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Richard White collection

 Collection 0001-MDHC
Abstract The Richard White Collection, which covers the period 1905 to 1920, includes correspondence between the Director of the Maryland Agricultural Experiment Station, H. J. Patterson, and the Superintendent of the Ridgely Sub-station, Charles Opperman. The two men discuss administrative details concerning the setup of the farm as an experiment sub-station, including questions about how expenses will be handled and what repairs should be made to the existing structures. The correspondence also...

Reed Whittemore papers

 Collection 0074-UA
Abstract Edward Reed Whittemore, Jr. (1919-2012) was a poet and emeritus professor of English at the University of Maryland, where he taught from 1967 to 1984. He served twice as the Poetry Consultant for the Library of Congress. The author of a major biography of William Carlos Williams, he also wrote numerous volumes of poems and essays. Whittemore's papers include correspondence, manuscripts, drafts, notes, galleys, proofs, scrapbooks, diaries, published materials, newspaper and magazine...

Wiley Housewright papers

 Collection 0441-SCPA-NAfME
Abstract

Dr. Wiley Lee Housewright (1913-2003) was president of the Music Educators National Association (MENC), now known as the National Association for Music Education (NAfME), from 1968 to 1970. The Housewright papers consist of administrative records related to Dr. Housewright's tenure as MENC President.

Mr. and Mrs. William R. Wilkins papers

 Collection 0094-LIT
Abstract William R. (Bill) Wilkins (1928- ) was born in Loveland, Colorado. His family moved to northern California during Wilkins's childhood, and Wilkins later attended Humboldt State College, graduating in 1951. Wilkins and his college sweetheart, Fern Stahl (born 1927), married in 1952. After graduation, Wilkins joined the Navy, for which he served until his retirement in 1974 at the rank of Lieutenant Commander. Wilkins's military career resulted in many moves for him, Fern, and their two...

Joseph Wilkinson photographs

 Collection 0215-UA
Abstract

Joseph Wilkinson graduated with a B.S. from the College of Business and Public Administration at the University of Maryland in 1950. This collection consists of six images (photographs and accompanying negatives) donated by Wilkinson portraying life for veterans on campus that appeared in a 50th anniversary exhibit for the Class of 1950.

Will Earhart papers

 Collection 0073-SCPA
Abstract Will Earhart (1871-1960) was born in Franklin, Ohio. He began teaching in Ohio, and by 1888 he was music supervisor in the public schools of Greenville, Ohio. By 1898 he was Director of the Richmond (Indiana) High School Orchestra and helped establish the Richmond Civic Orchestra. In 1912, Earhart was Director of Music in the Pittsburgh Public Schools. A year later, Earhart founded and administered the University of Pittsburgh's Department of Public School Music. Earhart held several offices...

William Foster papers

 Collection 0202-SCPA
Abstract William Patrick Foster (1919-2010) was the director of Florida A&M University’s "Marching 100" and was highly influential as a bandmaster, composer, and author. His book, Band Pageantry, a Guide for Marching Band, introduced new marching styles to the band scene, breaking away from the militarized marching formations, which was the norm in past bands. Foster was appointed to the American Council on the Arts by President Bill Clinton and inducted into...

William H. Hill papers and scores

 Collection 0147-SCPA
Abstract William H. Hill was born on December 27, 1930 in Paris, Texas and died December 16, 2000. In 1977, he received the American Bandmasters Association’s (ABA) Ostwald Composition Award for his work Dances Sacred and Profane, following a previous selection as runner-up in 1976. The William H. Hill Collection covers the period 1939-2001, with the bulk of the material undated. This collection consists mostly of William Hill’s published and unpublished scores,...

William J. Stannard papers

 Collection 0079-SCPA
Abstract William J. Stannard (1893-1950) was the first person appointed to the position of Leader of the U.S. Army Band. Stannard's entire career was spent as an Army musician, from his first enlistment with the Tenth Band of the Coast Artillery Corps in 1901, through his retirement from the U.S. Army Band in 1935, and his leaving the Army Officers Reserve Corps in 1942. This collection consists of both personal and professional papers including correspondence, scrapbooks and press clippings,...

William Kapell Collection

 Collection 0018-IPAM
Abstract An American pianist, William Kapell (1922-1953) was an active performer throughout his career. He gave many solo recitals and performances with orchestras in New York and on tours, including in North America, Europe, South America, and Australia. Kapell also recorded many of his performances with RCA Victor and composed many pieces, including piano pieces, popular songs for piano and voice, pieces for violin and piano, and transcriptions of pieces written by others. In addition, Kapell wrote...

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