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Civil War-Era Pictorial envelopes and song sheets

 Collection 0370-MDHC
Abstract This collection consists of twenty-four Civil War-Era envelopes and four song sheets, depicting nine different locations in Baltimore, Maryland. The views consist of: the Washington Monument, Fort McHenry, Belger Barracks, Camp Chesebrough, Fort Federal Hill, Lafayette Barracks, Fort Marshall, the Battery at Stewart's Place, and U.S.A. General Hospital at McKim's Mansion. They are decorated with full lithographic and stencil color or metallic inks. They are both colored and monochrome. Three...

Clara Rockmore papers

 Collection 0047-SCPA
Abstract Clara Rockmore (1911-1998) was trained as a violinist and later became a premiere thereminist. She was born Klara Reisenberg in Vilna, Lithuania. By the age of four, she had enrolled in the St. Petersburg Conservatory to study with Leopold Auer. Later, after immigrating to the U.S. in the mid-1920s she met Leon Theremin and became an expert on the Theremin. She married the producer Robert Rockmore in 1933. Her sister was the pianist Nadia Reisenberg and her nephew the broadcaster Robert...

Clarence E. Sawhill papers

 Collection 0086-SCPA
Abstract Clarence E. Sawhill (1906-1982) was a conductor, music educator, and clinician. He was Director of Bands at the University of California at Los Angeles from 1952-1972. Prior to this, he was Director of Bands at the University of Southern California, Assistant Director of Bands at the University of Illinois, and a high school band director in Urbana, Illinois and Lawrence, Kansas. Sawhill was elected to the American Bandmasters Association in 1948. The Clarence E. Sawhill Papers consists of...

Deena Clark papers

 Collection 0019-MMC-LAB
Abstract Deena Clark (1913-2003) was a writer and broadcast journalist who worked primarily in Washington, D.C., television. Before going into television, Clark freelanced as a writer and was heard on local radio station WRC with a program called Capital Bylines. She made her television debut as a guest moderator on Meet the Press in 1954. On WRC-TV, Clark began doing five-minute interviews as fillers between daytime programs. Eventually, ...

Betty Quirk Clarke memorabilia and photographs

 Collection 0121-UA
Abstract

This collection donated by Betty Quirk Clarke, a member of the Class of 1936, includes memorabilia and photographs from the 1930s and photographs of the 30th Reunion of the Class of 1936, held in 1966. Among the 1930s items are dance programs, athletic tickets and photographs of R.O.T.C. training drills. A preliminary inventory is available and can be found in the "Additional Description" section of this finding aid.

Claude-Gray-Hughes-Tuck-Whittington Family papers

 Collection 0076-MDHC
Abstract

The collection contains the papers of five 19th-century Annapolis families who were interrelated by marriage. The materials reflect daily life in Annapolis and at the Naval Academy, conflicts with the Spanish in the Louisiana Territory, local and national politics, and the Civil War. The papers also document religion, family relationships and personal affairs, 19th-century medical practices, and attitudes towards Black people and slavery.

Claude T. Smith score manuscripts

 Collection 0013-SCPA
Abstract Claude Thomas Smith was an American educator, conductor, and composer born in Missouri in 1932. A prolific composer, Smith completed over 110 compositions for band, twelve orchestral works, and fifteen choral pieces. His compositions include the works Emperata Overture which was featured at the 1964 Mid-West Band and Orchestra Clinic; Eternal Father Strong to Save which was commissioned in 1975 to commemorate the 50th...

Cleon E. Dalby papers

 Collection 0108-SCPA
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Cleon E. Dalby organized and conducted high school bands in the Western Slope region of Colorado from 1914 to 1965. After leaving the public schools system, he continued to direct and teach privately for 28 years. Dalby was member of the American Bandmasters Association and was honored as a "Trendsetter in Music Education" by the Colorado Music Educators Association in 1989.

Clifford Brooks collection on music education

 Collection 0447-SCPA-BROOKS
Abstract Clifford J. Brooks (b. 1951) is an arts administrator, music educator, and librarian based in the New York Metropolitan area. He was the former manager of the Boston Opera Company and has led educational workshops on opera and musical theater with universities, opera companies, and other arts organizations. The collection consists of Brooksā€™ publications with Music! Words! Opera!, earlier opera educational materials, and personal and professional files related to...

Clifford V. Buttelman papers

 Collection 0142-SCPA
Abstract Clifford V. Buttelman (1886-1970) served as the first executive secretary of the Music Educators National Conference (MENC), now known as the National Association for Music Education (NAfME), from 1930 until 1955, and as managing editor and director of publications of the Music Educators Journal from 1930 until 1962. His collection consists of professional papers related to his positions with MENC and MEJ, professional and personal correspondence, writings,...

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