Papers regarding John Powell [manuscript] 1890-1979.

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Mead, Ernest Campbell, 1918-. Papers regarding John Powell [manuscript] 1890-1979.

Papers regarding John Powell [manuscript] 1890-1979.

The papers contain a copy of a letter, 1890 May 23, London, Ignace Jan Paderewski to Teodor Leszetycki regarding his schedule of concerts, his professional debut in London, his debt to his teacher, and the pianist Careno; an introduction, 1942, by Powell to Winston Wilkinson's book on traditional Virginia ballads; Recording at the fair : reflections, 1979, by Charles W. Freeman; the wedding announcement of John and Louise Powell and newspaper photograph of them; and a photograph of a portrait of them; and a photograph of a portrait of him.

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