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Music -- Instrucion and study

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Franklin Newton Taylor collection

Identifier: L359
Scope and Contents The collection contains papers connected with Franklin Newton Taylor's personal and professional lives, dating from 1878 to 1963. The papers, which include correspondence, documents, and publications, fall into three chronological periods: 1878-1918, previous to Taylor's departure for France; 1919, the period he lived in France and entertained servicemen in camps and hospitals during World War I; and 1920-1963,the time of Taylor's academic service to Jordan College of Music at Butler University...
Dates: 1896-1963

Indianapolis Conservatory of Music photograph collection

 Collection — Folder SP024
Identifier: SP024
Scope and Contents This collection includes 3 photographs printed on Kodak photo printer paper from the Indianapolis Conservatory of Music in Indianapolis, Indiana in 1918 and undated, which include the 1918 composite class photograph, three young women in front of a building, possibly the conservatory, and a fountain.
Dates: 1918, undated

John William Wainwright biography

 Collection — Folder S1347
Identifier: S1347
Scope and Contents This four-page typed paper gives the life story of John "Jack" William Wainwright, who taught band and orchestra playing to children and adults. He was founder of a band camp and also a State Representative. The biography was apparently written by his wife, Jeannette Streeter Wainwright, who donated the manuscript to the Library. At the end of the paper, Jack's three children are listed with their biographical information.
Dates: 1967

Wilhelmina Seegmiller collection

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: S2921
Scope and Contents This collection includes materials from and about Wilhelmina Seegmiller in Indianapolis, Indiana ranging from 1895 to 1913. Items comprise brief biographical information, obituaries, a review of one of her textbooks and several examples of her creative writing.
Dates: 1895-1913