Records, 1900-[ongoing] (bulk 1975-[ongoing]).

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Chicago Symphony Orchestra. Artistic Administration Dept. Records, 1900-[ongoing] (bulk 1975-[ongoing]).

Records, 1900-[ongoing] (bulk 1975-[ongoing]).

Correspondence, contracts, programs, printed publicity material, photographs including prints, slides, and negatives, reports, artifacts, and some awards and certificates relating to the output of the department, music directors, and other conductors of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra.

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