Found in 59 Collections and/or Records:
A. Harold Goodman's correspondence.
Collection includes (spans the dates 1952-1996) hand-written manuscripts created by Merrill Bradshaw, original scores and parts, published and bound scores such as “Title of Liberty” and “The Restoration”; papers centered around his teaching years such as grade transcripts and class rolls; audio/video recordings that include reel-to-reel tapes, cassette tapes, CDs, video cassettes, and LPs, and correspondence.
Correspondence from the Department of Music faculty.
Outgoing correspondence from the music department faculty.
Contains a proposal to the Ford Foundation, dating from 1961.
Contains correspondence between the departments of the college including the departments of Art, Music, and Speech and Dramatic Arts. The correspondence is on the subject of day-to-day affairs of each department and their interactions with each other and the community. Materials date from between 1959 and 1970.
Contains correspondence, minutes, and other materials produced during Crawford Gates' term as department chair.
Contains correspondence, minutes, programs, syllabi, and other general department files produced and collected by the department chair. Materials date from between 1941 and 1988.
Contains form letters and newsletters regarding music clinics and festivals. Materials date from 1955.
Contains incoming, outgoing, and general correspondence from the department chair. Materials date from between 1960 and 1980.