Musicians -- Indiana -- 20th century
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
Adolph Schellschmidt collection
Scope and Contents This collection includes sheet music from Adolph Schellschmidt in Indianapolis, Marion County, Indiana ranging from 1884 to 1939 regarding music parts for the cello, violin, and piano.
Dates: 1848-1939, undated
Cole Porter letter
Collection — Folder S1068
Scope and Contents This collection includes an original signed letter from Cole Porter to Reverend William S. Warford in Fayette, Missouri, on July 8, 1952, stating that he [Cole] had no mimeographed copy of the script of "Out of This World", suggesting that Warford write to The Salem Company, 17 A East 57th St., New York New York, to obtain a copy.
Found in: Rare Books and Manuscripts / Cole Porter letter
Indianapolis Musicians Local No. 3 collection
Scope and Contents This collection includes autographed, typed and printed minutes, membership lists and other documents from Indianapolis Musicians Local No. 3 in Indianapolis, Indiana ranging from 1890 to 1954 regarding the organization.
John William Wainwright biography
Collection — Folder 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.
New Albany American Legion band music books
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