Found in 16 Collections and/or Records:
Materials include a sheet of paper that looks like it was used for accounting or calculating sums of money. No date on item. Date of production not identified.
Contains personal notes, scrapbooks, and diaries of Hales and papers related to her Mother of the Year recognition. Also contains get well cards addressed to her as well as material from her funeral services. Dates range from 1916 to 1963.
Materials include a photocopy of the address given by Pastor Charles W. Shields at John K. Kane's funeral in Fern Rock, Philadelphia, on February 24, 1858. Dated February 24, 1858.
Contains audio recordings of funeral services, tributes, and memorial services for individuals with ties to Brigham Young University. Also includes a transcript of one of the recordings. Dates range from 1972 to 1981.
Subseries contains a set list of Christmas harp music. Includes music and a program where this set list was performed. Music is in the form of manuscript arrangements, photocopies of her manuscripts, and photocopies of sheet music. The program indicates that she performed this on December 24, 2011 at her Methodist church in Bloomington, Indiana. Dates approximately 2010-2012.
Subseries includes a funeral set list of harp music, funeral program, and an outline of a talk to be given regarding the harp in the Bible. She performed this setlist on July 18, 2012 at her Methodist church in Bloomington, Indiana. It's probable that this was performed many other places as well. The music is a combination of her manuscript scores, photocopied manuscripts, sheet music and photocopied sheet music. Dates approximately 2010-2012.
This series contains manuscripts, photocopied manuscripts, sheet music, and photocopied sheet music for the harp. Includes set lists for funerals, weddings, and Christmas. These set lists could have been performed by Eleanor Fell at any venue, or time. However, event programs included suggest that these were performed approximately between 2010-2012, and in her Methodist church in Bloomington, Indiana.
Letter from George Ticknor to John K. Kane saying that he did not receive Kane's letter because of several delays and consequently a mistake was made; however, he says that the mistake has been corrected. Dated September 21, 1838.