Mary Howe papers, 1884-1972.


Howe, Mary, 1882-1964. Mary Howe papers, 1884-1972.

Mary Howe papers, 1884-1972.

The Mary Howe papers document the life and career of the American composer, pianist, and patron of music.

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For a slightly different version with 2 pianos, see callno.: U-2127.--Cf. Fleisher Collection. From the description of Waltz (of the Queen of Hearts) and finale : for small orchestra or with augmented strings : from "Cards" a ballet / Mary Howe. [19--]. (Franklin & Marshall College). WorldCat record id: 145498495 Composed 1936.--Cf. Fleisher Collection. From the description of Coulennes : (tableau de genre) / Mary Howe. [1936?] (Franklin & Marshall Colleg...