Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:
Collection — Folder S1826
Scope and Contents This collection includes two items of correspondence between the Indiana State Library and Carl H. Bratton. The first item, dated October 10, 1836, is a copy of a letter sent to Mr. Bratton requesting copies of the three songs he composed. The second item is Bratton's October 24, 1936 handwritten response.
Collection — Folder S1994
Collection — Multiple Containers
Scope and Contents This collection includes correspondence, tear sheets, music copyrights, stock certificates, sheet music, news clippings, songs, poems, other writings, and a photograph from Edna May Green in Indianapolis, Indiana ranging from 1918 to 1954, regarding Edna May Green, her compositions and other works. Correspondants, include Josiah K. Lilly and various music publishers; most correspondence deals with Green's attempts to have her music more widely played and recognized. The tear sheets and...
Collection — Folder S2447
Scope and Contents This collection includes correspondence and research documents ranging from 1899 to 1944 compiled by Harry J. Skornia and his students at Indiana University for a series of radio programs about Indiana composers that were broadcast Sunday mornings from the Bloomington campus studios in cooperation with the WIRE radio station in Indianapolis. The research documents include biographies, lists of the composer's musical compositions, and typewritten transcriptions of articles from newspapers and...
Collection — Folder S1354
Scope and Contents There are five items in this collection as follows: (1) Indianapolis News article dated September 3, 1966, titled "It Goes Like This" with photo of Homer J. Walt presenting Gov. Roger Branigin with a copy of his song, "In Hoosierland," written in 1949; (2) an article from The Plain Dealer, North Vernon, Indiana, dated October 13,1966, with photo, entitled "Tunnel Mill Should Be Restored Now"; (3) a...
Collection — Folder OB116
Scope and Contents This collection comprises 6 prints of portraits of individuals from the United States. The original artwork was created between circa 1830 to 1934, while the prints were created later. Identified subjects in the portraits are as follows: composer Stephen Collins Foster (2 different paintings), Dr. Mary Angela Spink, architect Ithiel Town, entrepreneur Hugh J. McGowen, Abraham Lincoln, Robert K. Kyle (by artist Alexander Rosenfeld), and Lew Wallace.
Dates: circa 1830-1934, undated