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Salvatore Minichini music collection

 Collection 0182-SCPA
Abstract Salvatore Minichini (b. 1884; Salerno, Italy - d. 1977; New York, New York) was an American bandmaster and composer. As conductor of the Italian Royal Marine Band, he made several recordings of Italian marches and operatic transcriptions between 1923 and 1929. He also composed twenty two marches for band, including I Zingari ("The Gypsies"), Chimes of America, and New Frontier. The Salvatore Minichini music collection consists of Minichini’s extensive collection of manuscript scores and...

Sam Raphling collection

 Collection 0359-SCPA-RAPHLING

Sam Raphling (1910-1988) was an American composer, pianist, and teacher. The Sam Raphling collection contains many of his scores, which are the bulk of this collection, as well as various texts. Also included are recordings of his performances, compositions, and arrangements.

Samuel Gompers Papers Project collection

 Collection 0057-LBR
Abstract The Samuel Gompers Papers consist of the documents created during the research, writing, and publishing of the twelve volumes of the Samuel Gompers Papers (University of Illinois Press). This project began under Stephen Kaufman in 1974 and was completed in 2011. The primary purpose of the project was to collect, annotate, and make available primary sources regarding early American Labor History. The files in this collection relate to the editing of the primary...

Samuel Regester collection

 Collection 0143-UA
Abstract Reverend Samuel Regester (1818-1881) was the tenth president of the Maryland Agricultural College, serving from 1869 to 1873. His religiosity and his decision to eliminate of much of the technical farm training led the trustees to request his resignation. While at the university, he also served as professor of moral science and religion. This collection contains an 1881 photograph of President Regester and an 1887 photograph of his wife, Frances Gray Regester. In addition, materials related...

William Sands papers

 Collection 0266-UA

One of the first two graduates of the Maryland Agricultural College, William B. Sands (1842-1913) was a publisher who was vitally interested in agriculture, education, and government. His papers consist of facsimiles of his correspondence to his future wife, Florence Murray Jessop, the records of the Calvert Fraternity, a ticket to the commencement ball of 1912, and copies of photographs of William B. and Florence M. Sands.

Sarah Chapman Hilsendager collection on Rudolf Laban and his students

 Collection 0357-SCPA

Sarah Chapman Hilsendager held academic and chair positions in the dance department at Temple University. This collection centers on her research into Rudolph Laban and his impact on dance education, which she used for the book, History of the Dance in Art and Education. Hilsendager collected materials on Laban and his work in England and Germany, along with his contributions to dance education research.

Satis Coleman collection

 Collection 0164-SCPA
Abstract Satis Narona Coleman (1878-1961) was a music educator who specialized in teaching children. She primarily taught in studios in both Washington, D.C and in New York City. Her belief was that a child's music education should begin at an early age and be an integral part of their life. This collection contains notes written by Coleman, pictures from an event honoring her in 1957, publications, and a Chinese gong set made in 1919 and tuned to the pentatonic scale. Materials date from between...

Jerry "Tucker" Schatz papers

 Collection 0040-MMC-LAB
Abstract Jerome H. Schatz (1925-2016) was a child actor of both film and radio during the 1930s and 1940s. Schatz, performing under the name Jerry Tucker, became the youngest actor ever placed under contract to Paramount Studios. His most prominent roles were in the Our Gang comedy shorts from 1931-1938. Feature films included Babes in Toyland (1934), San Francisco (1936), Captain January...

Herbert Schaumann papers

 Collection 0026-LIT

Herbert Schaumann (1909-1982) was a minor poet, a World War II veteran, and an associate professor of Comparative Literature and Creative Writing at the University of Maryland. In 1944, Schaumann met Katherine Anne Porter in Washington, D.C. The collection consists of correspondence between Schaumann and Porter between 1944 and 1947. Schaumann and Porter developed and ended an intimate relationship during this period. The letters discuss World War II, films, writing, and personal life.

Ray Scherer papers

 Collection 0556-MMC
Abstract Ray Scherer (1919-2000) was chief White House correspondent for NBC News through six presidential administrations, from Harry S. Truman to Gerald S. Ford. He was one of the first journalists to report live from the White House. In addition to the White House, Scherer covered the Pentagon and Congress. He became the network's London correspondent in 1969, returning to Washington after four years to report on the Watergate scandal. Scherer continued as senior reporter until 1975, when he was...

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