Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents The collection includes materials donated by former students of Mildred Andrews. It includes family and professional photographs, wedding albums, memorial albums for Andrews and family members, marriage documents, biographical materials, correspondence with family, manuscripts, employment files, and items from her estate in Norman, Oklahoma. There is also material regarding Andrews' memorial concert held at the University of Oklahoma and the creation of the Mildred Andrews Boggess Memorial...
Scope and Contents The collection consists of the business records of Concert Recording Company, a professional organization that specialized in the creation of organ recordings and organ accessories. Due to the behind-the-scenes nature of the materials, these records offer an interesting insider perspective on the organ music scene in the 1970s. Some promotional materials from Concert Company, a division of Concert Recording, are also represented in the collection. One of the strengths of this...
Scope and Contents The collection consists of the papers of Rose Diamond from 1931-1974. The collection documents Rose Diamond's performances for the New York City Y.M.C.A. radio program, "Lenton Organ Meditations," as well as her involvement with the Los Angeles Organists Breakfast Club. The papers include personal correspondence, financial records, legal documents concerning the estate of Jascha Bron, manuscripts, photographs, and printed materials. Correspondences include personal letters from other...
Scope and Contents The collection consists of the papers of Betty Gould from approximately 1910-1985. The collection documents Betty's career as a theatre organist across the country, from her earliest headshots, to her time working with Priscilla "Jean" Holbrook on the twin-console Wurlitzer on Staten Island as "Betty and Jean," to her radio career, and her many concerts at Organ Stop Pizza in Mesa, Arizona. The papers include photographs, printed material, correspondence, and ephemera. The bulk of the...
Scope and Contents The collection consists of papers and photographic materials dated from 1927-1986. Most of the collection is dated between 1930-1935 and 1965-1975. Ann Leaf's early career as a radio and television organist, as well as her subsequent silent film and concert performances are documented through performance programs, promotional materials, photographs, newspaper clippings, press releases and reviews, and correspondence. The correspondence primarily includes letters from Leaf's fans and...