Organizational records, 1973-1993.


Organizational records, 1973-1993.

Board, executive committee, and staff meeting minutes; financial records; correspondence and miscellaneous records; newsletters, news releases, and newspaper clippings; reports; grant applications; printed programs; and similar materials documenting the activities of a Twin Cities nonprofit organization formed in 1973 to provide financial and other assistance to Minnesota music composers. The Forum received financial support from a number of Minnesota foundations, from the Minnesota State Arts Board, and from the National Endowment for the Humanities.

5.25 cu. ft. (6 boxes).


SNAC Resource ID: 7314933

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