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Musical instruments

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

C. G. Conn, Ltd. letter

 Collection — Folder S2912
Identifier: S2912
Scope and Contents This collection contains one letter and one envelope from the C. G. Conn Ltd. Musical instrument manufacturer in Elkhart and dated March 17, 1921. The letter is addressed to Mr. Ross E. Moore, Hutsonville, Illinois, and has no personal signature. It is stamped “C. G. Conn, Ltd.” The company employee enclosed the price list for cases, as Mr. Moore had requested. This price list is not included in this collection. On the back of the letter are photos of band leaders including several women. In...
Dates: 1921/03/17

New Albany American Legion band music books

Identifier: L331
Scope and Contents This collection contains a series of music books used by the New Albany American Legion marching band. There are two sets and each book is labeled for a different instrument. Song titles in the books include: "March-Blazing the Trail," "On the Picket Line," "Spirit of Peace," "Under the American Flag," "The Hague Conference," and "Florizel Overture." Books in the H-64 set are stamped with the name of the store where they were purchased, "H.H. Dreyer, New Albany, Indiana."
Dates: circa 1920s

Wilbourn S. Scruggs, Camp Shelby World War I panoramic photograph

 Collection — Folder OBF021
Identifier: OBF021
Scope and Contents This collection comprises a black-and-white panoramic photograph taken by Wilbourn S. Scruggs at Camp Shelby in Hattiesburg, Mississippi on August 30, 1918 of the Headquarters Company of the 151st Infantry Regiment, 38th Division of the U.S. Army.
Dates: 1918/08/30

Wilking Music Company photograph collection

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: SP008
Scope and Contents This collection contains photographs of the Wilking Music Company store, showroom, and manufacturing division, circa 1930s-1940s, depicting the retail store and the manufacturing location where they repaired, tuned, nd restyled pianos.
Dates: circa 1930-circa 1950