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Robert L. Hoffman papers

 Collection 0112-SCPA
Abstract Robert L. Hoffman was an accomplished clarinetist who played under Arturo Toscanini, Leopold Stokowski, Leonard Bernstein and Edwin Franko Goldman. Hoffman studied at the Ernest Williams School of Music, New York University, and Columbia University. He taught at NYU and Queens College. Hoffman also conducted the Princeton University Band, the Westbury Fire Department Band, and the Roslyn Recreation Band. The Robert L. Hoffman papers consists of correspondence, programs, clippings,...

Robert M. Reed papers

 Collection 0056-MMC-NPBA
Abstract Robert Monroe Reed (1932-2011) began a twenty-year career in educational television as a production manager at WETV, Atlanta, Georgia from 1958 to 1960, then worked at WHA-TV at the University of Wisconsin from 1960 to 1962. He founded the Hawaii Educational Television Network and served as its General Manager from 1962 to 1969. Reed was the executive director of PBS Video from 1969-1976. He also worked at KUED in Salt Lake City as its manager from 1977 to 1978.The collection...

Robert Parris papers

 Collection 0148-SCPA
Abstract Robert Parris (1924-1999) was known both as a composer and music critic. He earned his B.S. in composition from the Julliard School of Music in 1948, continued studies at Tanglewood from 1950-51, and went on to complete a Fulbright Scholarship from 1952-53. Parris studied with a number of composers including, Peter Mennin, William Bergsma, Jacques Ibert, Aaron Copland, Otto Luening, and Arthur Honegger. Local to the Washington, DC metro area, Parris worked as music critic for both the...

Robert Sherman collection

 Collection 0081-SCPA
Abstract Robert Sherman (1932-2023) was a renowned radio broadcaster, author, and educator whose noteworthy career spans from the 1950s to today. At radio station WQXR in New York, Sherman worked as the Music Director and Program Manager, and he is best known for hosting numerous programs, including "Woody's Children" and the nationally broadcast "The Listening Room." As an author, Sherman has written columns for The New York Times as well as...

Mary Carter Roberts papers

 Collection 0024-LIT
Abstract Mary Carter Roberts (1899-1979) was a journalist and novelist. She was book review editor for the Washington Star, travel writer in the Maryland Department of Economic Development, and member of the Maryland Department of Information and the St. Mary's City Commission. She published two novels: The Abbot Sisters and Little Brother Fate. Her papers consist of correspondence; drafts of novels,...

Jim Robertson papers

 Collection 0058-MMC-NPBA
Abstract Ellis James Robertson (1918-2009) began his noncommercial broadcasting career as program director at WTTW (Chicago, IL) from 1954 to 1959. Starting in 1959, he held various Educational Television positions, including director of station relations and vice president and later president for network affairs. He also served as vice president and general manager for Community Television of Southern California, where he planned, equipped and constructed KCET. In 1970, Robertson became the Director...

Robinson Family papers

 Collection 0513-MDHC
Abstract The Robinson family lived in Baltimore City during the early part of the 19th century and was involved in shipping and trade. The collection consists primarily of correspondence between family members, particularly correspondence from sea captain Matthew Robinson, the head of the family, to his wife, Mary Robinson, during his time at sea, addressing such topics as market conditions for goods such as salt and cotton, family news and business, Matthew Robinson's sea travel, shipping news, and...

Roger P. Smith papers

 Collection 0064-MMC-NPBA
Abstract Roger Phillips Smith (1929- ) joined the CBS executive training program in 1955 and stayed with the network for several years. His public television career began at WTTW (Chicago, IL) in 1965. There he worked as an executive producer for a weekly one-hour prime time arts series titled Facet. His work on that series earned him two "Emmy" awards. He worked at WNET (New York, NY) from 1967 to 1968, producing the show Newsfront, then joined the...

Larry Rogin papers

 Collection 0035-LBR-RG95-008

The collection contains records created and retained by Larry Rogin during the course of his career as a labor educator within the American labor movement. The papers span the years 1926-1988, with the bulk of records dating between the early 1930s to late 1950s and consists of teaching and research materials related to labor education.

Ronald Richards collection of music for oboe

 Collection 0442-SCPA-RICHARDS
Abstract Ronald Richards (b. Buffalo, NY, June 5, 1930 - d. Amherst, NY, March 10, 2015), was an American oboist who began his musical career as a teenager. At fifteen years old, Richards was a founding member of the Amherst Symphony Orchestra in Williamsville, New York. At sixteen, he became one of the youngest musicians to play in the Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra. Richards was an active member of the Amherst Symphony Orchestra from its founding until his death. The Ronald Richards collection of...

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