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Otto Albrecht papers

Ms. Coll. 1106

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Summary Information

Repository:
University of Pennsylvania: Kislak Center for Special Collections, Rare Books and Manuscripts
Creator:
Albrecht, Otto E. (Otto Edwin), 1899-1984
Title:
Otto Albrecht papers
Date [bulk]:
1930-1984
Date [inclusive]:
1870-1984
Call Number:
Ms. Coll. 1106
Extent:
27.5 linear feet (28 boxes)
Language:
English
Language Note:
The bulk of the collection is in English, however, there is some material in Dutch, French, German, and Italian.
Abstract:
Otto Edwin Albrecht (1899-1984) was an internationally known music bibliographer and professor of romance languages and musicology at the University of Pennsylvania. This collection documents his professional career and contains extensive information on his research relating to the history of music in Boston, New York and Philadelphia, the location of European music manuscripts in the United States, and his work identifying sources for Répertoire International des Sources Musicales; his work with music organizations including the American Musicological Society and the Music Library Association; and his work at and for the University of Pennsylvania's Music Library.
Cite as:
Otto Albrecht papers, 1870-1984 (bulk: 1930-1984), Ms. Coll. 1106, Kislak Center for Special Collections, Rare Books and Manuscripts, University of Pennsylvania
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Biography/History

Otto Edwin Albrecht (1899-1984) was an internationally known music bibliographer and professor of romance languages and musicology at the University of Pennsylvania. He was born in Philadelphia on July 8, 1899, to Antonius Carl Albrecht and Mary Ann Parker Albrecht and had four older siblings, Ethel, H. Carl, Emil, and Gilbert. Otto Albrecht enrolled at the University of Pennsylvania in 1917 and graduated in 1921 with an A.B. in romance languages. His graduate degrees were also in romance languages from Penn and included an M.A. in French in 1925 and a Ph.D. in French literature in 1931. While researching his dissertation, Albrecht collaborated with medieval musicologist Jean Beck; but otherwise, Albrecht was self-taught in the field of musicology.

In addition to his studies, the bulk of Albrecht’s professional career was spent at the University of Pennsylvania, where he taught in one capacity or another from 1923 until 1970. From 1922 to 1923, Albrecht served as visiting lecturer in French at the University of Copenhagen, Denmark. In 1936, he held a fellowship from the Oberländer Trust to study the musical settings of Goethe’s poetry at the Prussian State Library in Berlin. At the University of Pennsylvania, he served as Instructor and later Assistant Professor of French before also joining the Music Department in 1938. He was made Associate Professor of Music in 1962, and Emeritus Professor upon his retirement in 1970. Among the courses he taught at Penn was his specialty "Bibliography of Music," as well as topics in Baroque and Romantic music, and American music to 1860. His research interests in many ways paralleled his teaching areas. He studied Medieval (12th century) liturgical drama, art song, Brahms, American music, musicology in Germany, and, of course, music bibliography. He was considered by many to be the foremost expert on the history of music in Philadelphia.

Albrecht’s achievements in the field of music bibliography include A Census of Autograph Music Manuscripts of European Composers in American Libraries from 1953, a monumental publication which he was in the process of revising at the time of his death. He was involved in the establishment of the Music Microfilm Archive, which provided access for the first time to a large number of music manuscripts by subscription. Serving from 1974 to 1981 as the chair of the AML-MLA Joint Committee for Répertoire International des Sources Musicales (RISM), he was co-editor of  Series A I, Einzeldrucke vor 1800 (comprehensive listing of music manuscript before 1800 with an individual composer), for volumes 8 and 9. With University of Pennsylvania curator of rare books Neda Westlake, he jointly edited the catalog of the collection of singer Marian Anderson, and he made significant contributions to the catalog of the Mary Flager Cary collection at the Morgan Library.

His biggest impact at the University of Pennsylvania was probably his systematic building of the collections of the Music Library over a span of at least 40 years. According to Albrecht in a 1971 letter to Dr. Glenn R. Morrow, "in the thirty-seven years that [he] held the position of curator …, the Library [grew] from less than a hundred volumes to 30,000 books and scores, 19,000 phonograph records, and a growing collection of tapes and microfilms ... [and was] called by competent observers the best music reference library between New York and Washington and regularly serve[d] not only scholars [at the University of Pennsylvania], but also readers from many institutions within a wide range of Philadelphia," (box 3, folder 21). In 1937, he was appointed Curator of the Music Library by the president of the University and took on the title officially in 1953. When the first Music Librarian, Kostas Ostraukas, was hired in 1957, Albrecht officially relinquished the title of curator, but served unofficially as such for the remainder of his life. In 1970, upon his retirement from the Music Department, the Music Library was named for him.

In addition to building the Music Library’s general research collections Albrecht brought a significant number of rare material into the library. He was gifted at cultivating donors, and a few of his most important acquisitions include the music manuscripts of colonial forefather Francis Hopkinson, the music collection of the Art Alliance, the collection of renowned musicologist Alfred Einstein, and a cabinet reputed to have belonged to Ludwig van Beethoven. He established the Friends of the Music Library (which many said was more aptly called the Friends of Otto E. Albrecht) raising significant amounts of money which was used for music purchases.

Albrecht belonged to several professional organizations over the course of his career. He was a member of the American Musicological Society (AMS), serving on the board of directors in 1939 and 1945, as treasurer from 1954 to 1970, as business manager of the Society’s journal from 1958 to 1980, and as advertising manager of the journal from 1980 to 1984. He was a member of the Music Library Association (MLA), and served twice as vice president, from 1940 to 1945 and again from 1950 to 1952. He was also a member of the Pennsylvania chapter of the MLA, as well as the International Association of Music Libraries (IAML), and the Sonneck Society (today known as the Society for American Music). He served as treasurer of the 1961 Congress of the International Musicological Society and was named an honorary fellow of the Morgan Library in 1971. A festschrift was written in his honor in 1974 for his 70th birthday and he received the MLA Citation, the Association’s tribute for lifetime achievement, in 1979.

Albrecht was inducted into the army in 1918 and served honorably at the rank of private for seven months in the Student Army Training Company located at the University of Pennsylvania. During World War II, Albrecht served as Resident Representative of the Intergovernmental Committee on Refugees for Bavaria helping to resettle displaced German immigrants. Following WWII, Albrecht served as Chief of Publications for the US Military Government in Hesse where he put his talents to use in fostering the rebirth of the music publishing business in post-war Germany. In 1961, Albrecht traveled to the Soviet Union where he served with fellow musicologists Gustav Reese, Golen Haydon, and William Mitchell as music specialists on behalf of the United States Department of State.

Albrecht was married at age 27 to Miriam Josephine Sensinig. They had three sons Anthony C., John R., and H. Carl and the family lived in the Mt. Airy section of Philadelphia. Listed in his college yearbook as Lutheran, Albrecht was later a member of Germantown Monthly Meeting of the Society of Friends (Orthodox). His wife preceded him in death; and in 1982, Albrecht moved into the Quaker retirement community at Pennswood Village in Newtown, Pennsylvania.

Albrecht died on July 4, 1984, just two days before his 85th birthday. At the time of his death, the Music Department at the University of Pennsylvania was preparing for a concert in honor of his birthday. It was to have been at Holy Trinity Church, with the Concerto Soloists conducted by the legendary conductor Max Rudolf. Instead, a memorial was held at the Friends Meeting House at George School. As a bequest to the University, he left his personal collection and the Otto E. Albrecht Memorial Fund was established for the purchase of rare music materials.

Scope and Contents

This collection documents the professional career and research interests of Otto Albrecht who worked as a music bibliographer and professor of romance languages and musicology at the University of Pennsylvania for almost the whole of his career, from the 1930s to the 1980s. While Albrecht's family and personal life is only marginally documented; the collection contains extensive information on his research relating to the history of music in Boston, New York and Philadelphia, the location of European music manuscripts in the United States, and his work identifying sources for Répertoire International des Sources Musicales; his work with music organizations including the American Musicological Society and the Music Library Association; and his work at and for the University of Pennsylvania's Music Library. The collection also provides a glimpse into Albrecht's appreciation of music, containing programs and lists of many, if not all, performances which he attended. These programs indicate not only Albrecht's personal preferences, but also document more than a century of music performances, as some programs precede Albrecht's birth.

The collection is organized in ten series: I. Personal materials, II. Correspondence, III. Courses taught; IV. Research; V. Writings; VI. American Musicological Society; VII. Music Library Association; VIII. University of Pennsylvania; IX. Programs; and X. Objects. Additional information regarding the content within each series is provided at the series level.

This collection will be especially valuable to researchers interested in the history and development of the University of Pennsylvania Music Library; the history of music in Boston, New York, and Philadelphia; and the dispersal of composers' musical manuscripts across the globe, particularly European composers' manuscripts to the United States.

Administrative Information

Publication Information

University of Pennsylvania: Kislak Center for Special Collections, Rare Books and Manuscripts,  2018 March 22

Finding Aid Author

Finding aid prepared by John Anderies

Access Restrictions

The bulk of this collection is open for research use, however, a few folders contained in Series III. "Courses taught" include student records and are therefore restricted. Researchers interested in obtaining access to portions of the folders must contact rbml@pobox.upenn.edu to consult with a curator.

Use Restrictions

Copyright restrictions may exist. For most library holdings, the Trustees of the University of Pennsylvania do not hold copyright. It is the responsibility of the requester to seek permission from the holder of the copyright to reproduce material from the Kislak Center for Special Collections, Rare Books and Manuscripts.

Processing Information note

The correspondence series (Series II) was processed at an unknown date by an unknown processor prior to the 2018 processing of the collection as a whole.

Series IV, Subseries C was processed by Marissa Hendricks.

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Related Materials

Controlled Access Headings

Corporate Name(s)
  • American Musicological Society.
  • International Inventory of Musical Sources (Organization) .
  • Music Library Association.
  • University of Pennsylvania. Department of Music.
  • University of Pennsylvania. Department of Romance Languages.
  • University of Pennsylvania. Otto E. Albrecht Music Library. Friends.
  • University of Pennsylvania. Otto E. Albrecht Music Library.
  • University of Pennsylvania.
Form/Genre(s)
  • Administrative records
  • Concert programs
  • Correspondence
  • Financial records
  • Receipts (financial records)
  • Research notes
  • School records
  • Writings (documents)
Subject(s)
  • Education, Higher
  • Music
  • Music education
  • Music--Bibliography
  • Music--History and criticism
  • Music--Instruction and study
  • Musicology

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Collection Inventory

I. Personal materials.

Scope and Contents note

The first series, "Personal materials" contains materials covering Albrecht’s personal life, including biographical information, materials related to his family, expenses, retirement, and estate. A significant portion of this series consists of lists and notes, and as a group gives a sense of Albrecht's personal life. However, the greatest content may be found within the Christmas letters, which provide short summaries of the year and the activities of his children and wife, as well as his own activities and research. Excerpts of a number of letters were compiled by Anthony Albrecht and donated in 1999 with a letter stating that the letters "reveal [Otto Albrecht's] love of life, family, friendship, music, and travel," (box 1, folder 6). Researchers interested in Albrecht's personal life may also be interested in his travel narratives (box 1, folder 19).

This series is arranged by file title in alphabetical order.

Box Folder

Albrecht 80th birthday, correspondence and lists regarding solicitation of contributions to the Friends of the Albrecht Music Library, largely to and from Eugene K. Wolfe, chairman of the University of Pennsylvania Music Department, 1979.

1 1

Albrecht library, lists of material offered for sale, loan or gift and lists of photographs and lantern slides (largely related to travel), undated.

1 2

Banghart, Ann C., estate (includes correspondence, financial documents, and last will and testament), 1977-1982.

1 3

Bank register, 1981-1982.

1 4

Biographical and personal material (including biographical sketches and chronologies; family tree and other family documents; an interview with Albrecht; a small number of education documents; and awards and honors), 1916-1983.

1 5

Christmas letters, 1942-1983.

1 6

Correspondence, 1922-1977.

1 7

Expense diary, undated.

1 8

Photograph of Leopold Stokowski, inscribed "to Dr. Carl Albrecht, in souvenir of the Mahler [Eighth] Symphony", 1916.

1 9

Letters from Mary Ann Albrecht to Carl Albrecht, relating to a trip to Europe, 1927 July 16-30.

1 10

Memorial for Miriam Albrecht, invitation, lists of music and readings, lists of messages of sympathy and people invited to memorials, and obituaries, 1972.

1 11

Miscellaneous ephemera, 1956-1969.

8 7

Miscellaneous personal materials (includes a small number of travel documents; lists and notes; and other fragments), undated.

1 12

Moving/household possessions, lists and appraisals, 1980-1982.

1 13

Pennswood Village, letters and notices to residents, 1982-1984.

1 14

Photographs and negatives of people (unidentified, but possibly family), concerts, buildings, musical manuscripts, and events, 1921-1960.

1 15

Power of Attorney/end of life documents, 1982.

1 16

Retirement benefits, 1982-1984.

1 17

Roofing lawsuit, 1982.

1 18

Strauss, Richard, cabinet card photograph and reproduction of a letter, undated.

1 9

Travel, lists and notes, itineraries, and narratives, 1920-1976.

1 19

II. Correspondence.

Scope and Contents note

Series II. Correspondence includes the extensive professional correspondence of Albrecht, as well as a small amount of personal correspondence including family letters from Albrecht's wife, Miriam, and two of his three sons, Anthony and Carl. It is clear that Albrecht's professional relationships merged with his personal relationships, as many of the letters are largely related to business but also include personal notes and content. Furthermore, there are a large number of letters from professional contacts wishing Albrecht well on birthdays or at the time of his retirement, as well as sympathizing with him at the time of his wife's death in 1972.

Prior to processing this collection in 2018, the correspondence series was arranged by University of Pennsylvania staff in alphabetical order by correspondent. It is believed, however, that the correspondence may have come to the University of Pennsylvania in chronological order which would have preserved large groupings of responses to Albrecht's mass mailings requesting information, and which makes up a significant percentage of the correspondence. It is appears that in 1939 and 1941, while working on his A census of autograph music manuscripts of European composers in American libraries, Albrecht sent letters to many academic libraries, government libraries, and even private libraries requesting information relating to their holdings. Librarians from across the country responded and researchers will often find their lists of autograph musical manuscripts included in correspondence files. In 1975, it appears that Albrecht sent letters to the same sort of institutions requesting inventories of musical scores. Requests for support of the Albrecht Music Library seem to have been sent en masse in both 1970 and 1974; and in 1974, these requests often coincided with plans for Albrecht's 75th birthday celebrations.

This series is arranged in alphabetical order by correspondent.

Box Folder

Abreu, Abraham, 1963 January, October.

1 20

Academie Royale Belge Classe des Beaux-Arts, 1953 February 6.

1 21

Adams, Courtney, 1966-1972.

1 22

Adkins, Cecil, 1972 March-June.

1 23

Agate, Elisabeth, 1973 June 25.

1 24

Albrecht, Anthony Charles, 1950, 1972, undated.

1 25

Albrecht, Carl, 1967 August 20.

1 26

Albrecht, Emil R., 1971 June 30.

1 27

Albrecht, Florence, 1940 July 20-24.

1 28

Albrecht, Miriam, 1925-1938.

1 29

Albrecht, Ralph G., 1974 January 19.

1 30

Alden, John, 1949 January-February.

1 31

Alekseeva, E.N., 1962-1963.

1 32

Allen, Gwendolyn E., 1983 October 24.

1 33

Allen, Richard, 1951 March 15.

1 34

Allen, Warren D., 1940-1941.

1 35

Amis de la Musique, 1951-1964.

1 36

Anderson, Marian, 1940 October-November.

1 37

Andrews, Richard, 1977 May-July.

1 38

Angell, Richard S., 1938-1944.

1 39

Angermüller, Rudolph, 1972, 1979.

1 40

Anateblian, Margaret Sanderson, 1977-1978.

1 41

Apel, Willi, 1941 May 18.

1 42

Appel, Eleanor R., 1976 January 25.

1 43

Appel, Richard G., 1938-1939, 1974-1975.

1 44

Archer, H. Richard, 1948 August 11.

1 45

Aretz de Ramón, Isabel, 1963 June 25.

1 46

Arnett, John and Kitty, 1971, 1974.

1 47

Aronoff, Max, 1973, 1979.

1 48

Arróspide de la Flor, César, 1963 September 24.

1 49

Ashbrook, H.F., 1951-1953.

1 50

Asow, M. von, 1953 December 22.

1 51

Associated Music Publishers, Inc., 1934, 1938.

1 52

Austin, Bill, 1974 January 17.

1 53

B. & L. Wilson, Ltd., 1951-1953.

1 54

Bachmann, Edwin, 1940-1941.

1 55

Backus, Edythe N., 1938-1942.

1 56

Badura-Skoda, Eva, 1964-1980.

1 57

Badura-Skoda, Paul, 1971 July 6.

1 58

Bagdon, Robert J., 1981 September 1.

1 59

Bailly, Louis, 1939 July 11.

1 60

Balk, Leo F., 1980-1981.

1 61

Ballard, Mary Anne, 1977, undated.

1 62

Bamford, John F., 1939-1940.

1 63

Banghart, Ann C., 1977, 1979.

1 64

Banghart, Byron D., 1968 April 30.

1 65

Banghart, Dorotea, 1978.

1 66

Barashenov, V., 1962 February-March.

1 67

Barbazàn, Julian, 1963 February-April.

1 68

Barber, Elinore, 1975 July 11.

1 69

Barbour, J. Murray, 1939, 1957.

1 70

Barbour, Philip L., 1941 April 7.

1 71

Bärenreiter (includes photographs "Continuous-tone illustrations for Johnson's and Diehl's articles in the Albrecht Festschrift), 1950-1980.

1 72

Barker, John W., 1965 June 17.

1 73

Barksdale, A.B., 1954 June-August.

1 74

Barlow, [S.J.], 1939 October 19.

1 75

Barnhouse, Donald, undated.

1 76

Baron, Herman, 1959-1984.

1 77

Barrett, Roger W., 1973 December.

1 78

Barry, Evelyn, 1973 July-August.

1 79

Bartels, John F., 1941 July.

1 80

Bartholomew, W.T., 1941 May 10.

1 81

Barzin, Barbara, secretary for National Orchestral Association, Inc., 1938 August 11.

1 82

Barzun, Jacques, 1952, 1954.

1 83

Bass, John, 1940-1942.

1 84

Bassingthwaighte, V., 1972 April 30.

1 85

Bastista dos Santos, Geraldo, 1963 September-October.

1 86

Bator, Victor, 1953, 1964.

1 87

Bauer, Hans-Joachim, 1983 September 6.

1 88

Bauer, Harold, 1939, 1941.

1 89

Bauer, Karl F., 1952 February 28.

1 90

Bauer, Marion, 1939, 1941.

1 91

Baugh, Daniel A., 1952 December.

1 92

Baum, Richard, 1947-1948.

1 93

Bauman, Thomas, 1977 February 11.

1 94

Beach, Amy M., 1939 July 10.

1 95

Beach, John W., 1977 June.

1 96

Beach, Walter E., 1979 November 26.

1 97

Beatty, Lewis B., 1929 October 8.

1 98

Beck, Jean B., 1939, 1941.

1 99

Beck, Sydney, 1959 October 13.

1 100

Beckerath, Herbert von, 1950 April 24.

1 101

Becker-Glauch, Irmgard, 1966 April.

1 102

Beckwith, John, 1973 April 17.

1 103

Beerman, Herman, 1980 March 7.

1 104

Behrend, Jean, 1974 January 14.

1 105

Béla Bartók Archives, 1964 May 13.

1 106

Bell, Barbara, 1972 September 28.

1 107

Bell, J. Bertram, 1939 July17.

1 108

Bell, Whitfield J., Jr., 1977, 1980-1982.

1 109

Bellis, Serena de, curator of Frank V. De Bellis Collection of the California State University and Colleges, 1976, 1982.

1 110

Bengtsson, Ingmar, 1976 November.

1 111

Bente, Martin, 1978-1983.

1 112

Benton, Rita, 1966-1978.

1 113

Berky, Andrew S., 1964 July.

1 114

Bernstein, Carole, 1982 February 5.

1 115

Bernstein, Lawrence, 1974-1981.

1 116

Bernstein, Martin, 1941, undated.

1 117

Besteland, Niklos K., 1979 January 14.

1 118

Bethany, Ms., 1980 December 22.

1 119

Beveridge, Lowell P., 1940 February.

1 120

Bidwell, John, 1975 August 18.

1 121

Bienstock, Abraham L., 1941-1942.

1 122

Billman, Carl, 1950-1956.

1 123

Binder, A.W., 1949 July 9.

1 124

Bishop, John, undated.

1 125

Bittner, Herbert, 1941.

1 126

Bixby, E.R., 1940 February 9.

1 127

Black, Dorothy, 1983 January 25.

1 128

Black, Frank, 1941 January-March.

1 129

Black, Matthew W., 1959 March 7.

1 130

Blackwell, Beatrice J., 1982 July 27.

1 131

Blackwell's Music Shop, 1959, 1962, 1974, 1977-1979.

1 132

Blatt, Maurice J., 1934 August 7.

1 133

Bleecker, Ruth M, 1981 March 2.

1 134

Blitzsten, Mrs. N.L., 1941 January 18.

1 135

Block, Ernest, 1939 July 18.

1 136

Block, Peter, 1972 July 6.

1 137

Bloom, Julius, 1975 May 1.

1 138

Bloom, Peter A., 1974.

1 139

Blum, Fred, 1970-1971, 1974.

1 140

Blume, Friedrich, 1953-1954, 1974.

1 141

Blume, Ruth, 1968-1984.

1 142

Blumenthal, Martin, 1941 February, April.

1 143

Bock, Carl H., 1951 April 19.

1 144

Bodanzky, Artur, 1928, 1938.

1 145

Boerner, Wolfgang, 1938 September 7.

1 146

Boeyink, Karen B., 1975 August 5.

1 147

Bok, Mary Louise Curtis, 1938-1940, 1975.

1 148

Bok, Nellie Lee, 1973 December 6.

1 149

Boles, Russell S., M.D., 1977 April-May.

1 150

Boll, Theo, 1971 May 21.

1 151

Bonds, Evan, 1980 December 16.

1 152

Bonin, Jean M., 1972, 1975.

1 153

Boonin, Joseph M., 1970-1973.

1 154

Boorkman, Charles J., 1953 December.

1 155

Bottega d'Erasmo, 1953 January-February.

1 156

Bouvet, Edmond, 1934 March.

1 157

Bowen, Catherine Drinker, 1971-1973.

1 158

Boyd, D., 1943 September 3.

1 159

Boyd, Julian P., 1937-1938.

1 160

Boyd, Morrison C., 1934 November 13.

1 161

Bozarth, George S., 1975-1977, 1984.

1 162

Bradley, Carol, 1978 January-May.

1 163

Bradley, Sculley, 1951 November 7.

1 164

Braga, Henriqueta Rosa Fernandes, 1963 June 30.

1 165

Brandenburg, S., 1975 November 17.

1 166

Braunstein, Joseph, 1941-1942.

1 167

Brautigam, Herman, 1983-1984.

1 168

Breitkopf & Härtel, Leipzig, 1938 September 23.

1 169

Brennecke, Wilfried, 1959, 1961.

1 170

Bridge, Peter H., 1972 June 16.

1 171

Bridges, Tom, 1969, undated.

1 172

Briggs, John, 1941 February-March.

1 173

Briner, Andres, 1965, 1971, 1974, 1983, undated.

1 174

Britton, Allen P., 1984 January 7.

1 175

Broadbent, M.S., 1959 November 13.

1 176

Broder, Nathan, 1945-1964.

1 177

Brody, Barbara A., 1962 May 11.

1 178

Brofsky, Howard, 1960 March.

1 179

Brogan, John C., 1956 December 14.

1 180

Brook, Barry S., 1974 October 7.

1 181

Brosche, Günter, 1973-1974.

1 182

Broude, Alexander, 1952, 1956.

1 183

Broude, Ronald, 1974, 1976.

1 184

Broude Brothers, 1952 February.

1 185

Brown, Howard Mayer, 1970, 1977, 1979-1981.

1 186

Brown, Maurice J.E., 1922, 1955, 1959, 1962, 1970.

1 187

Brown, Nina C., 1948 October 1.

2 1

Brown, W. Norman, 1966 December 2o.

2 2

Brunswick, Mark, 1941 April.

2 3

Buelow, George J., 1969, 1984.

2 4

Bukofzer, Manfred F., 1940 November 1.

2 5

Bulatoff, P., 1973 March 19.

2 6

Bull, Storm, 1951 May 8.

2 7

Bumgardner, Georgia B., 1973 June 13.

2 8

Burkat, Leonard, 1941-1972.

2 9

Burkart, Marie Annette, 1977 June 23.

2 10

Bush, Helen, 1941-1942.

2 11

Butler, Douglas L., 1974.

2 12

Cagle, William, 1973 November 29.

2 13

Cahoon, Herbert, 1968-1975, 1983.

2 14

Calerisi Bryce, Maria, 1976, 1983.

2 15

Cameron, George A., Jr., 1939, 1942.

2 16

Campbell, Frank C., 1970, 1974, 1977, 1984.

2 17

Camus, Raoul F., 1979, 1982.

2 18

Cane, Roger D., 1938 September 22.

2 19

Cantrell, Barton, 1974 February 10.

2 20

Capanna, Robert, 1981 October 12.

2 21

Carey, Jane C., 1980.

2 22

Carpenter, Charles K., 1940 March 8-9.

2 23

Carroll, Mr., 1971 May 26.

2 24

Cary, Mary F., 1940-1941.

2 25

Casals, Senora, 1975 January 23.

2 26

Casson, Lionel, 1951 May-June.

2 27

Cataldo, Bernie, 1973-1974.

2 28

Catalogue Press, 1962 June 8.

2 29

Cebra, John J., 1955.

2 30

Cellier, Rose, 1953 May 19.

2 31

Cenower, Barry S., 1978 April 21.

2 32

Chamberlain, Gladys E., 1940-1942.

2 33

Charteris, Richard, 1978 December 14.

2 34

Chase, Gilbert, 1962-1963.

2 35

Chasins, Abram, 1939 August 5.

2 36

Checcia, Anthony, 1977 September 22.

2 37

Cherpack, Clifton, 1983-1984.

2 38

Cherry, Paul S., 1969 March.

2 39

Cheslock, Mr., 1939 June 30.

2 40

Chusid, Martin, 1976 February 12.

2 41

Citron, Jack P., 1956 December 14.

2 42

Clapham, John, 1959, 1966, 1977.

2 43

Clapp, P.G., 1939 July 13.

2 44

Clark, J. Bunker, 1978, 1980, undated.

2 45

Clark, Raymond B., Jr., 1956-1957.

2 46

Clarke, Henry Leland, 1974, 1982.

2 47

Claspy, Lois, 1975 December 2.

2 48

Claypool, Richard D., 1975, 1978-1982.

2 49

Clifton, Chalmers, 1938.

2 50

Cobb, Margaret, 1973, 1979, undated.

2 51

Coblentz, Carl W., 1971 November 30.

2 52

Cochran, Tom, 1974 February 22.

2 53

Cohen, Edmund H., 1956 December 14.

2 54

Cohen, Hennig, 1980, undated.

2 55

Colby, Edward E., 1950, 1974.

2 56

Cole, Joe Bailey, 1972, undated.

2 57

Cole, Rossetter G., 1939 July 21.

2 58

Collier, Earlynn, 1965 June 19.

2 59

Collman, Sophie M., 1938 October 17.

2 60

Conant, Trabel Pope, 1976 January 19.

2 61

Connolly, Thomas H., 1977, 1979.

2 62

Coolidge, Elizabeth Sprague, 1938 August 30.

2 63

Cooney, L., 1953 June 27.

2 64

Coopersmith, J.M., 1941, 1953.

2 65

Coover, James B., 1981.

2 66

Copeland, Aaron, 1939 July 14.

2 67

Corbellini, Mario, 1958 January 21.

2 68

Corbin, Solange, 1967, 1973.

2 69

Corner, George W., 1980 December 29.

2 70

Corrêa de Azevedo, L.H., 1963, 1971.

2 71

Correll, Linda E., 1967 April-May.

2 72

Costa Greene, Belle da, 1938, 1941.

2 73

Costanzo, Mathew W., 1972 April 26.

2 74

Cottrell, G.W., Jr., 1941 April-August.

2 75

Courcy, Geraldine I.C., de, 1952-1953, 1965.

2 76

Cousins, Edna, 1981 February 4.

2 77

Cox, Reavis, 1974 January 27.

2 78

Craig, Clara, 1939 July 5.

2 79

Craigie, Annie Louise, 1939 July 12.

2 80

Craggs, Stewart R., 1972.

2 81

Cranmer, Margaret V., 1975.

2 82

Craven, Robert R., 1983 October-December.

2 83

Crawford, Dorothy, 1977, 1980, undated.

2 84

Crawford, J.P. Wickersham, 1938 June 28.

2 85

Crawford, Richard, 1984 January 31.

2 86

Creyghton, 1964 January 21.

2 87

Crofts, Elizabeth, 1983 April 11.

2 88

Crooks, Richard, 1939 July 19.

2 89

Crosby, Arthur U., 1971, 1974.

2 90

Crumb, Liz, 1981 April 15.

2 91

Cudworth, Charles, 1967 November 14.

2 92

Cullis, Alice F., 1961, 1964.

2 93

Cunningham, Caroline, 1971 October 16.

2 94

Curran, James, P.R., 1973 August 5.

2 95

Current Musicology, 1978 February 21.

2 96

Currier, T. Franklin, 1938 July 29.

2 97

Cuyler, Louise E., 1955 December.

2 98

Cvetko, Dragotin, 1974 September 22.

2 99

Dallett, Francis James, 1974, 1981.

2 100

D'Amico, Fedele, 1952-1954.

2 101

Damrosch, Walter, 1939-1940.

2 102

Dana, Richard H., 1941 March.

2 103

Danton, J. Periam, 1941 July 3.

2 104

Darmstadt, George, 1948 August 21.

2 105

Dauber & Pine Bookshops, Inc., 1938 August 30.

2 106

Daugherty, D.H., 1938 April 11.

2 107

Dauthon, Henri, 1963 March 12.

2 108

David, Charles W., 1946-1953.

2 109

David, Hans T., 1939.

2 110

Davidson, Mary, 1976 January 7.

2 111

Davison, A.T., 1941 May 23.

2 112

Dawson, Giles E., 1938 July 28.

2 113

Day, Emily, undated.

2 114

Dayton, Art, 1972 November 5.

2 115

Dayton, Christine, 1979 February 5.

2 116

Dedel, Peter, 1978.

2 117

De Gennaro, Richard, 1970-1981.

2 118

DeMayo, John B., 1982 July 27.

2 119

Dennis, Rodney G., 1975 April-May.

2 120

Dennison, Sam, 1975 May 23.

2 121

DeRungs, Maria, 1982 June 3.

2 122

Deutsch, Otto Erich, 1952-1954, 1964.

2 123

Diamon, Harold J., 1975 July 16.

2 124

Dichter, Harry, 1954, 1957.

2 125

Dickinson, G.S., 1939-1941.

2 126

Dickinson, June, 1953 July 15.

2 127

Dickson, Agnes Mae A., 1972 November 9.

2 128

Diehl, George K., 1972, 1976.

2 129

Diller, Angela, 1940 April.

2 130

Dlur, Ann, 1983-1984.

2 131

Dodson, Leonidas, 1963 October 31.

2 132

Doggett, R.L.S., 1935 November 20.

2 133

Dohrn, Klaus, 1947 January 27.

2 134

Dohrn, Reinhard, 1946 May 29.

2 135

Dominjoud, Marthe, 1953.

2 136

Dorfmüller, Kurt, 1976 May 6.

2 137

Dorian, Frederick, 1939 July 28.

2 138

Dorronsoro, Carmen, 1963.

2 139

Dorsey, Father, 1974 February 20.

2 140

Dounias, Minos E., 1953 December 6.

2 141

Downes, Edward O.D., 1964 May.

2 142

Downes, Olin, 1939 July 6.

2 143

Downs, Kitty (Mrs. T. McKean Downs), undated.

2 144

Doyle, Ralph T., 1966, 1968.

2 145

Drake, Allison, 1971, 1974.

2 146

Drake, James F., 1938 August 30.

2 147

Drinker, Henry S., 1937, 1940, 1949.

2 148

Drinker, Sophie, 1939 April 7.

2 149

Driver, Clive E., 1965 May 19.

2 150

Driver, Harold E., 1973 February 7.

2 151

Driver, Wilhelmine Creel, 1973 February 12.

2 152

Drüner, Ulrich, 1984.

2 153

Duckles, Vincent, 1950, 1953-1954, 1961.

2 154

Dulles, Eleanor Lansing, 1935 May 31.

2 155

Duncan, Barbara, 1938-1939, 1941.

2 156

Duris, Richard M., 1977-1978.

2 157

Dürr, Walther, 1969-1970.

2 158

Dyer, Louise, B.M., 1951, 1953.

2 159

Dymond, Clare, 1977-1979, 1982.

2 160

Dymond, F.J., 1959.

2 161

E. Ploix-Musique, 1959, 1964.

2 162

Earnshaw, Boulton, 1932 June 22.

2 163

Eastwood, Barbara, 1965 May 24.

2 164

Eberlein, Roxane, 1936 June 18.

2 165

Edizioni de Santis, 1963-1964.

2 166

Ehlers, Alice, 1939 July 19.

2 167

Eichheim, Henry, 1939 July 15.

2 168

Eigeldinger, Jean-Jacques, 1978.

2 169

Einhorn, Nathan R., 1962 November 6.

2 170

Einstein, Alfred, 1939-1942.

2 171

Eismann, Georg, 1965, undated.

2 172

Eldridge, Muriel, 1971 July 20.

2 173

Elkington, Howard, 1948 February 19.

2 174

Ellenberger, Erica, 1977 April.

2 175

Ellert, Laurence B., 1938 September 9.

2 176

Elliker, Calvin, 1982 June 22.

2 177

Ellinwood, Leonard, 1937-1939.

2 178

Elliott, Hamilton, 1974 January 8.

2 179

Elvers, Rudolf, 1972, 1982.

2 180

Emerson, John A., 1977 October 4.

2 181

Emerson, Virginia B., 1973 July 23.

2 182

Emery, Valérie, 1959-1960, 1968-1981.

2 183

Emmerig, Thomas, 1982 April 28.

2 184

Engel, Carl, 1938, 1941.

2 185

Enriquez, Manuel, 1978 September 25.

2 186

Eppert, Carl, 1933 March.

2 187

Epstein, Dena J., 1977-1979.

2 188

Erderly, Stephen, 1974, undated.

2 189

Erslev, Wendy, 1976, undated.

2 190

Eschman, Karl H., 1938 August 3.

2 191

Evans, James D., Jr., 1973 May 25.

2 192

Everitt, Margaret Anne, 1979 February.

2 193

Faegenburg, David H., 1951 November 29.

2 194

Fairley, Lee, 1942.

2 195

Fanger, Eva-Brit, 1976 January 21.

2 196

Farrell, David, 1977 May 2.

2 197

Faulcon, Clarence A., 1982.

2 198

Federhofer, Hellmut, 1974 September 20.

2 199

Fédorvov, Madame, 1979 May 7.

2 200

Feiss, Carl, 1971, 1974.

2 201

Feiss, Paul L., 1938 September 7.

2 202

Fenske, David E., 1973 November 20.

2 203

Ferand, Ernest T., 1941, 1961.

2 204

Fierro, Arthur, 1972 January 14.

2 205

Finch, Gertrude, 1941.

2 206

Finscher, Ludwig, 1956 September 27.

2 207

Finstein, Arthur M., 1973 March-April.

2 208

First Edition Bookshop, 1951, 1953, 1959.

2 209

Fischer, K. von, 1975 May.

2 210

Fiveisky, Lydia, 1963 April 5.

2 211

Flanigan, Charles J., 1951 July 31.

2 212

Fleisher, Edwin A., 1940 March 9.

2 213

Fletcher, Ifan Kyrle, 1959 June 6.

2 214

Fletcher, Peter, 1953 October 9.

2 215

Floyd, H.B., undated.

2 216

Fog, Dan, 1969, 1972, 1976, 1978.

2 217

Fogg, John M., Jr., 1945 April 10.

2 218

Foster, Richard W., 1960, 1971, 1974, 1977.

2 219

Fox, Charles Warren, 1953 July-August.

2 220

Franck, Wolf, 1961-1962.

2 221

Frank, Benno D., 1946 June.

2 222

Franklin, Dwight, 1942 July 14.

2 223

Fraser, Lillie H., 1939 April 3.

2 224

Frazee, Elizabeth, 1956 May 29.

2 225

Freeman, Robert N., 1976 March 1.

2 226

Freeman, W. Brownell, 1941 May 20.

2 227

Freitas, Maria de, 1942 May 8.

2 228

French, F.E., 1939 July 12.

2 229

Frickert, Walter, 1957 October 11.

2 230

Friedman, Frederick, 1956 December 14.

2 231

Friedman, Herbert J., 1953 August 31.

2 232

Frieswyk, Siebolt, 1940.

2 233

Frohnknecht, Mrs. O., 1941.

2 234

Fronefield, Ed, 1971, 1974.

2 235

Front, Theodore, 1964, 1975, 1979-1980.

2 236

Fruchtman, Professor, 1973 October 30.

3 1

Fuld, James J., 1961, 1964, 1971-1979, 1984.

3 1

Fürstner, Adolph, 1938 September 7.

3 1

G. Henle Verlag, 1981 July 22.

3 1

G. Schirmer and Co., 1933 January-February.

3 1

Gaffney, Thomas J., 1965-1966.

3 1

Gajewski, Ferdinand, 1970, 1979-1980.

3 1

Ganley, Eric H., 1953, 1959, 1962.

3 1

Ganz, Minnie Ch., 1958-1962.

3 1

Garrett, Edith Vogl, 1938, 1976.

3 1

Garver, Willa K., 1941 July 8.

3 1

Gates, Thomas S., 1935 February 12.

3 1

Gatti-Kraus, Baron Giulio, 1976 July.

3 1

Gaul, George F., 1938 September 8.

3 1

Gauthier, Eva, 1939 July.

3 1

Gean, Alisa, 1981, undated.

3 1

Geck, Martin, 1967.

3 1

Geil, Jean, 1976-1977.

3 2

Geiringer, Karl, 1974 September 13.

3 2

Gelatt, Roland, 1954 June 11.

3 2

Giard, C.F., 1939 July 12.

3 2

Ginastera, Alberto, 1963 February.

3 2

Glasser, Dorothy, 1972 March 9.

3 2

Glover, Lawrence, 1979.

3 2

Godsall, Robert, 1949 February 19.

3 2

Goff, John A., 1971 May 21.

3 2

Goldberg, Louise, 1980 February 8.

3 2

Goldman, Edwin Franko, 1939, 1941.

3 2

Goldman, Richard Franko, 1974.

3 3

Goldschmidt, Lucien, 1941, 1954.

3 4

Goldsmith, Helen, 1973 October 30.

3 4

Goldstein, Mr., 1939 June 30.

3 4

Goldthwaite, W. Scott, 1939 July 5.

3 4

Golschmann, Vladimir, 1939 July 11.

3 4

Gombosi, Otto, 1940-1941.

3 4

Gonzalez-Zuleta, Fabio, 1962 November 17.

3 4

Good, Dale, 1976, undated.

3 4

Goodchild, Donald, 1936 April 8.

3 4

Goodspeed's, 1938 August 30.

3 4

Goodwin, John E., 1939 July 12.

3 4

Goody, Sam, 1951 May 28.

3 4

Gookin, Edward L., 1941 September-December.

3 4

Gordon, Elisabeth L., 1946, 1951.

3 4

Gordon, Florence G., 1979 February-March.

3 4

Gossett, Philip, 1967-1968.

3 4

Goth, Trudy, 1939, undated.

3 4

Göthel, Folker, 1975 October 16.

3 4

Gottlieb, Ernest E., 1950-1955.

3 4

Gottschalk, Paul J., 1939-1942, 1948.

3 5

Gotwals, Joan I., 1982-1983.

3 5

Grabie, Monica, 1972 February-March.

3 5

Graeff, Arthur D., 1939 December 8.

3 5

Grant, John, 1938 September 16.

3 5

Grant, Steven A., 1979 February 1.

3 5

Grant, W. Parks, 1972 March-April.

3 5

Gramm, Hanns, 1947 May 2.

3 5

Graphic Microfilm Service, 1941-1942.

3 5

Graves, Perceval, 1945 January 3.

3 5

Grebe de Marconi, Maria Ester, 1963-1964.

3 5

Green, Jean M., 1957, 1979-1980.

3 5

Green, Otis H., 1971 May 19.

3 5

Gregorian, Vartan, 1980 February.

3 5

Griffiths, Nancy, 1983 November 8.

3 5

Griggs, Earl Leslie, 1950 December 18.

3 5

Grigorieva, I.F., 1962 April 21.

3 5

Grout, Donald J., 1939-1942, 1955, 1961-1974.

3 5

Grove Dictionary of Music, 1974 September 23.

3 5

H. Bouvier u. Co., 1953 April 30.

3 5

H.F. Ashbrook Antiquarian Bookseller, 1951.

3 5

Haar, James, 1974-1979.

3 5

Haas, Joseph, 1946 November 10.

3 6

Haas, Otto, 1938-1940, 1953-1957, 1974, 1979.

3 6

Haas, Warren J., 1968-1979.

3 6

Hadley, Mrs. Henry, 1939 July 6.

3 6

Halffter, Rodolfo, 1963 August 27.

3 6

Half-price Music Shop, 1940 December 7.

3 6

Hamel, Fred, 1948 February 5.

3 6

Hamilton, Robert, 1975 December 31.

3 6

Hamm, Charles, 1974.

3 6

Haney, John L., 1928 December 10.

3 6

Hanaway, Lorraine, 1983 March.

3 6

Hansell, Sven H., 1974 February-March.

3 6

Hanson, Howard, 1938, 1941.

3 6

Harbeson, John F. (page 1 missing), undated.

3 6

Harcourt, Brace and Company, Inc., 1938 September 12.

3 6

Hardy, Helen, 1980 May 12.

3 6

Hargreaves, G.D., 1983 June 12.

3 6

Harling, W. Franke, 1939 September 3.

3 6

Harnwell, Gaylord P., 1963 October 10.

3 6

Harris, Roy, 1938 August 15.

3 6

Harris, Stuart, 1984 March 5.

3 6

Harrison, Carol, undated.

3 6

Harrison, J. Barton, 1972, 1977.

3 6

Hart, Mrs. Earl, 1932, undated.

3 6

Hart, M.C.B., 1938 August 30.

3 6

Hartman, Elizabeth R., 1970 January.

3 6

Hartmann, Arthur, 1938 November 11.

3 6

Harvard University, Department of Music, 1939 July 11.

3 6

Harvey, Marian Bradley, 1974 September 20.

3 6

Haselden, Reginald Berti, 1938 August 3.

3 6

Haskell, Diana, 1973 June 26.

3 6

Haubiel, Charles, 1938 October 15-16.

3 6

Haus der Bücher A.G., 1955 December 5.

3 6

Hauer, Arthur A., 1938 September 15-16.

3 6

Hayden, Glen, 1939, 1941.

3 6

Hazard, Spencer P., 1939 July 12.

3 6

Heck, Werner A., 1938 September 10.

3 7

Heckmann, Harold, 1979 July 30.

3 7

Hedley, Arthur, 1953 September 4.

3 7

Heebner, A. Gilbert, 1974-1976.

3 7

Hein, Carl, 1938 September 20.

3 7

Heineman, D.N., 1941, 1957.

3 7

Heineman, James H., 1974 January 22.

3 7

Heitz, P.H., 1962 February 28.

3 7

Helenius-Öberg, Eva, 1973, 1975.

3 7

Helm, Everett, 1941, 1954, 1966, 1971.

3 7

Helmut Tenner Buchhandlung u. Antiquariat, 1938 August 9.

3 7

Hemsted, S., 1974 May-June.

3 7

Henderson, Charles, 1971, 1974, 1976.

3 7

Henderson, Clayton W., 1970 March 18.

3 7

Henle, Günter, 1953, 1964-197.

3 8

Henry, Barbara D., 1977, 1980.

3 9

Henry, Edward A., 1939 July 26.

3 9

Hernried, Robert, 1941 May 23.

3 9

Hertzmann, Erich, undated.

3 9

Herwig, H., 1979 January 28.

3 9

Herz, Gerhard, 1977, 1979-1980.

3 9

Herz, Margaret, [1946] May 26.

3 9

Heselgrave, Sherman, 1978.

3 9

Hetherston, John C., 1961 May 15.

3 9

Hettinger, Sarah, 1938-1974.

3 9

Hewitt, Helen, 1938-1940, 1951, 1971.

3 9

Hiersemann, Karl W., 1938 September 7.

3 9

Higbee, Dale S., 1959 March 25.

3 9

Hill, Benjamin D., Jr., 1928 October 30.

3 9

Hill, Cecil, 1979-1980.

3 9

Hill, Edward B., 1939 September 23.

3 9

Hill, George R., 1974-1975.

3 9

Hill, John, 1981, undated.

3 9

Hill, Richard S., 1938-1953.

3 9

Hill, William, 1942 May 7.

3 10

Hind, John H., undated.

3 10

Hinderas, Natalie L., 1959 May 19.

3 10

Hinrichsen, Evelyn, 1971, 1982.

3 10

Hinrichsen, Walter, 1962, 1974, 1983.

3 10

Hirsch, Felix E., 1939 September 8.

3 10

Hirsch, Rudolf, 1962, 1966-1970.

3 10

Hirshberg, Jehoash, undated.

3 10

Hispanic Society of America, 1938, 1941.

3 10

Hitchcock, Wiley, 1960 May 12.

3 10

Hoagland, Kathleen, 1959 March-May.

3 10

Hoboken, Anthony van, 1953, 1962, 1973.

3 10

Hoesen, Henry B. van, 1939 July 7.

3 10

Hoffmann, Frederick H., 1980 August 28.

3 10

Hofman, Josef, 1938.

3 10

Hohn, Charles E., 1941 January-February.

3 10

Homer, Sidney, 1939 July 18.

3 10

Hoover, Cynthia, 1968, 1975-1976.

3 10

Hope, Carol (letters to Miriam), undated.

3 10

Hopkinson, C., 1953, 1962-1963.

3 10

Hopkinson, Edward, Jr., 1937-1938.

3 10

Horn, Edward T., III, 1965 May 19.

3 10

Hornick, Henry, undated.

3 10

Hort, Margaret J., 1958 April 7.

3 10

Houck, Paul W., 1971 May-June.

3 10

Howard, John, 1982.

3 10

Howson, Roger, 1938 August 29.

3 10

Hubbard, Carolyn, 1976 January-March.

3 11

Hudson, Barton, 1970 October 22.

3 11

Huff, William K., 1941, 1955.

3 11

Huggins, Lee O., undated.

3 11

Hughes, Anselm, O.S.B., 1941.

3 11

Hughes, Charles W., 1941-1942.

3 11

Hughes, David G., 1974 September 13.

3 11

Hughes, Edwin, 1938, 1941.

3 11

Hughes, Robert, 1955 July 5.

3 11

Hugill, Olivia I., 1973 October 10.

3 11

Huntington Library and Art Gallery, 1976, undated.

3 11

Hurst, David M., 1972 April 28.

3 11

Hutcheson, Ernest, 1938, 1941.

3 11

Hutchinson, Ed, 1976 December 31.

3 11

Hyman, Leonard, 1950-1957.

3 11

Ipser, Karl, 1951-1953.

3 11

Irvine, Demar, 1955-1966.

3 11

Iturbi, Mr., 1939 November 6.

3 11

Iturriaga, Enrique, 1964 February 18.

3 11

Ives, Charles E., 1933 March 6.

3 11

Jackson, Richard, 1977, 1981.

3 11

Jacobi, Erwin R., 1972 September 4.

3 11

Jacobs, Charles, 1960 February 11.

3 11

Jacobs, Ian, 1977 January 12.

3 11

Jacobs-Bond, Carrie, 1939 July 18.

3 11

Jaffe, Stephen, 1977 April 19.

3 11

James, F. Cyril, 1942.

3 11

Jenkins, John H., 1982 February 4.

3 11

Jenkins, Phillip T., 1981 October 15.

3 11

Jeppesen, Knud, 1940 March 20.

3 11

Jerguson, Miss, 1936 February 26.

3 11

Jo, Ida, undated.

3 11

Jockers, Ernst, 1949 February 19.

3 11

Johansson, Cari, 1975 July 14.

3 11

Johns, Elizabeth, 1981 November 20.

3 11

Johnson, Gus, 1973-1974.

3 11

Johnson, H. Earle, 1940-1941, 1971-1979.

3 11

Johnson, Peggy S., 1972 April 21.

3 11

Johnson, Walter J., 1942 June-July.

3 11

Johnston, Bliss, 1976, undated.

3 11

Jones, Bill and Virginia, 1983 September.

3 11

Jones, J. Barrie, 1972 October-November.

3 11

Jones, John Langdon, 1949 November 12.

3 11

Jordahl, Leigh, 1946.

3 11

Joyce, William L., 1975 April 9.

3 11

K.F. Koehlers Antiquarium, Leipzig, 1938 September 7.

3 12

Kahn, Esther, 1974 January 18.

3 12

Kahn, Sue Ann, 1961 January 23.

3 12

Kallir, Otto, 1941 January-July.

3 12

Kallman, Helmut, 1973 October 5.

3 12

Kamphoefner, Walter D., 1983 August 9.

3 12

Kane, Helen Waldo, undated.

3 12

Kappel, Gertrude, 1928-1929.

3 12

Kartomi, Margaret J., 1979 October 29.

3 12

Katzbichler, Emil, 1963 April 20.

3 12

Kauffman, Henry J., 1967 November.

3 12

Kaufman, Charlotte R., 1983 August-December.

3 12

Kaufman, Helen, 1974, undated.

3 12

Kearns, William, 1984.

3 12

Keating, George T., 1939-1942.

3 12

Kecskemétil, Istvàn, 1970, 1974.

3 12

Keeler, James W., 1974-1975, 1980.

3 12

Keffer, Dr., 1938 June 29.

3 12

Kellar, Herbert A., 1941 June-July.

3 12

Keller, Kate van Winkle, 1977 June-July.

3 12

Kellner, Herbert A., 1980 May 31.

3 12

Kelly, John Alexander, 1932-1933.

3 12

Kent, Frederick James, 1975 August 19.

3 12

Kenton, Egon F., 1970 October 3.

3 12

Kerman, Joseph, 1980 October 21.

3 13

Kern, Jerome, 1939 July 5.

3 13

Kiev, I. Edward, 1949 April.

3 13

Kindermann, Jürgen, 1977-1982.

3 13

King, Hyatt, 1974.

3 13

Kingman, Barclay A., 1972-1973.

3 13

Kippenberg, Anton, 1936 August.

3 13

Kirkendale, Warren, 1959, 1964, 1977.

3 13

Kirkpatrick, John, 1943 July 12.

3 13

Kirkpatrick, Ralph, 1941 June 14.

3 13

Kirschhoff, R.L., 1953 October 19.

3 13

Kitzinger, J., 1957 March 5.

3 13

Klagge, Violet, 1965 March-April.

3 13

Klein, Randolph S., 1984.

3 13

Klein, William M., 1982 June 30.

3 13

Kleiss, Charlotte A. ("Lottie"), 1946, 1974, 1984, undated.

3 13

Klemperer, Lotte, 1976-1977.

3 13

Kluxmeyer, George H., 1939 July 26.

3 13

Knapp, J. Merrill, 1973-1974,1977, 1983.

3 13

Knapp, Janet, 1975 April 16.

3 14

Knapp, Lucille Gale, 1941.

3 14

Knollenberg, Margaret, 1932 April 23.

3 14

Knud Larsen Musikforlag, 1959 February 7.

3 14

Knudsen, Vern O., 1939 July 7.

3 14

Kohl, Dorothy, 1949 November 16.

3 14

Kohler, William, 1980-1981.

3 14

Kollen, John L., 1973 June 21.

3 14

Koons, Linda C., 1983 February 15.

3 14

Korne, Henri de, 1964 May 4.

3 14

Kosty, Pam, 1983 April 20.

3 14

Kothny, G.L., 1946 September 4.

3 14

Koyl, George S., 1938, 1948-1949.

3 14

Krabbe, Dr., 1936 November 20.

3 14

Kramer, A. Walter, 1939 June-July.

3 14

Krappe, Stephanie, 1981-1982.

3 14

Krasner, Louis, 1939, 1941, 1975, 1979.

3 14

Kraus, Hans P., 1941, 1948.

3 14

Kraus Periodicals, 1959, 1962.

3 14

Kremens, F., 1977 April 27.

3 14

Krohn, Ernst C., 1941 May 23.

3 14

Kross, Siegfried, 1982 June 1.

3 14

Krummel, Don, 1966-1983.

3 15

Kuhn, Alfred B., 1973 July 23.

3 16

Kulundis, Elias N., 1975 September.

3 16

Lambert, Barbara, 1975 July 29.

3 16

Lance, Evelyn B., 1974 April 12.

3 16

Lancie, John de, 1981 December 18.

3 16

Landon, Christa, 1966-1976.

3 16

Landon, H.C. Robbins, 1977-1978.

3 16

Lang, Paul H., 1953, 1974.

3 16

Lange, Hans, 1939 August 4.

3 16

Lanier, Nancy, 1939 July 14.

3 16

Larsen, Jens Peter, 1974, 1976, 1983.

3 16

Larsen, Ruth and Jens, 1976 July 21.

3 16

Larson, David, 1975 May 28.

3 16

LaRue, Jan, 1966, 1974.

3 16

Lathrop, F.C., 1939 July 12.

3 16

Laventhol, Lewis J., 1977 May 10.

3 16

Lawrence, Vera Brodsky, 1972, 1974.

3 16

Lawson, O. Gerald, 1939 July 7.

3 16

Leavitt, Donald L., 1974 September 18.

3 16

Ledwith, James R., 1977 July 12.

3 16

Lee, Barbara, 1961 August 17.

3 16

Lee, Benjamin, 1989 April 21.

3 16

Lee, Robert Ch., 1966 February 28.

3 16

Leguy, Sylvette, 1977 October 8.

3 16

Lehman, Robert O., 1972-1973.

3 16

Leider, Michael H., 1955 April 27.

3 16

Lenaerts, Kanunnik R.B., 1974 September 17.

3 16

Lenneberg, Hans, 1975 March 18.

3 16

Lesure, François (in French), 1974-1976.

3 16

Leventhal, Lewis, 1977 May 7.

3 16

Levin & Munksgaard, 1938 September 6.

3 16

Levitt, Marc, 1974 October 22.

3 16

Levy, Kenneth, 1968 February.

3 16

Levy, Lester S., 1972, 1974-1975.

3 16

Lewenthal, Raymond, 1972-1973.

3 16

Lewin, John Henry, 1971 May 25.

3 16

Lewis, Leo Rich, 1941 May 14.

3 16

Libin, Laurence, 1979 February-March.

3 16

Librairie de Nobele, 1962 February 7.

3 16

Librairie Henri Dauthon, 1964 April 4.

3 16

Librairie Musicale Pugne (in French), 1960 March 12.

3 16

Librairie Vidal (in French), 1960 June-July.

3 16

Library of Congress, 1952-1953.

3 16

Lichtenwanger, William, 1951-1954, 1977.

3 16

Lieberman, Frederic, 1977 January 25.

3 16

Lifschey, Samuel, 1938 November-December.

3 16

Limbach, Reinhard (in German), 1946 August 5.

3 16

Linda, 1979 July 9.

3 16

Lindahl, Charles, 1976-1983.

3 17

Lingel, Robert, 1941 July 10.

3 18

Linker, Robert W., 1955 September 30.

3 18

Lipkin, Arthur Bennett, 1974 October 2.

3 18

List und Frande G.m.b.h. (in German), 1938 September 8.

3 18

Little, Evelyn Steel, 1939 July 13.

3 18

Little, William A., 1973-1974.

3 18

Lockspeiser, Edward, 1959 February.

3 18

Lockwood, Lewis, 1973-1974.

3 18

Logan, Kathie, 1976 July 28.

3 18

Long, Lawrence C., 1939 August 8.

3 18

Long, Odean, 1980 February 13.

3 18

Loock, A. van, 1968 September.

3 18

Lospinuso, Margaret F., 1978-1981.

3 18

Lowe, Robert Liddell, 1983, undated.

3 18

Lowens, Irving, 1960, 1964, 1974, 1978, 1981.

3 18

Lowens, Margery, 1984 March-April.

3 18

Lower, Thelma Reid, 1978, undated.

3 18

Lowinsky, Edward, 1941, 1971, 1974, 1983.

3 18

Lownes, Albert E., 1941, 1973, 1975.

3 18

Lubrano, John P., 1980 October 10.

3 18

Ludden, Bennet, 1974 February.

3 18

Ludy, George, undated.

3 18

Luther, W.M. (in German), 1951.

3 18

Lutheran Theological Seminary at Philadelphia, 1982 April 29.

3 18

Luto, Jean, 1953 February 5.

3 18

M. Lengfeld'sche Buchhandlung Köln, 1938 September 20.

3 18

MacArthur, Lucy Stanley, 1955 June 16.

3 18

Macdonald, Hugh, 1967, 1976.

3 18

Mace, Anne, 1973 November 27.

3 19

Mace, John Y., Esquire, 1972 December 7.

3 19

MacGregor, J.D., 1973 February 20.

3 19

Mack, Lenore, 1977 September 9.

3 19

MacNutt, Richard, 1968-1968, 1975-1983.

3 19

Madigan, Mrs. Thomas F., 1938 August 22.

3 19

Maggs Brothers, 1938, 1974.

3 19

Magnani, Fausto (Maestro), 1942 March 19.

3 19

Malkin, B., 1939 July 8.

3 19

Mallery, David, 1976 December 27.

3 19

Mandell, Eri, 1965 December 6.

3 19

Mandel, Nancy Siegmeister, undated.

3 19

Mann, Alfred, 1974 September 12.

3 19

Mannix, Florence, 1963 February 5.

3 19

Marble, M.M., 1938 September 15-16.

3 19

Marmar, Elisabeth, 1953 December 3.

3 19

Marriner, Guy, 1971 November.

3 19

Martin, William C., 1956 May 24.

3 19

Martin, William McKelvy, 1939 July 13.

3 19

Martineau, Allen L, 1973 October 18.

3 19

Marvin, Fredrick, 1975 September-October.

3 19

Mary, undated.

3 19

Marshall, Warner, 1980 March 27.

3 19

Masland, Marion, 1974 January 16.

3 19

Mason, Daniel Gregory, 1933.

3 19

Maxfield, Anne, 1983 December 5.

3 19

Mayfarth, William Casimir, 1937 June 10.

3 19

McCarthy, William H., Jr., 1965 May 17.

3 19

McClelland, George William, 1942 March 14.

3 19

McClellan, William M., 1972, 1974, 1978.

3 19

McClintock, Carol, 1972 January.

3 19

McClure, Grace S., 1939 July 3.

3 19

McClymonds, Marita, 1982 October 30.

3 19

McCollin, Mrs. Edward G., 1937 July 11.

3 19

McComb, John H., 1950 June-August.

3 19

McConnell, Sam, 1974 January 16.

3 19

McCorison, Marcus A., 1968, 1971.

3 19

McCorkle, Donald M., 1969-1971.

3 19

McCorkle, Margit L., 1979, 1983.

3 19

McCoy, Edwin F., 1982.

3 19

McDaniel, W.B., II, 1948, 1964.

3 20

McDonald, Harl, 1941 May 16.

3 20

McGoff, Martin A., 1938 September 5.

3 20

McIntosh, Kathleen, 1976 December 12.

3 20

McPeek, Gwynn S., 1960.

3 20

Mendel, Arthur, 1941, 1955, 1974.

3 20

Merlander, Kurt B., 1962 April.

3 20

Merritt, A. Tillman, 1961, 1974.

3 20

Metcalf, Frank J., 1941 May 15.

3 20

Metcalf, K.D., 1940 October.

3 20

Meyer, Eve R., 1974, 1976, undated.

3 20

Meyerson, Martin, 1971-1972.

3 20

Michael, Friedrich, 1946 February 13.

3 20

Millen, Irene, 1942 January-March.

3 20

Miller, Bertha, 1939 July 11.

3 20

Miller, Catherine K., 1949-1950.

3 20

Miller, John G., 1971 May 22.

3 20

Miller, Karl G., 1952 September 8-9.

3 20

Miller, Kenneth E., 1965 November 20.

3 20

Miller, Philip Lieson, 1949, 1974, 1976.

3 20

Miller, Roger, undated.

3 20

Miller, Verna (photocopy), 1971 September 20.

3 20

Miller, William B., 1964, 1979.

3 20

Miller, William E., 1980 February 18.

3 20

Millinghauser, Louis A., undated.

3 20

Mills, Jesse C., 1965 June 15.

3 20

Mintz, Donald, 1963 March-June.

3 20

Misch, Ludwig, undated.

3 20

Mitchell, Ehrman B., Jr., 1974 April 18.

3 20

Mitchell, Joyce, 1939, 1949, 1958-1960, 1969.

3 20

Mixsell, Raymond B., 1939 June 24.

3 21

Moine, Henri (in French), 1934, undated.

3 21

Moldenhauer, Hans, 1953, 1956-1965, 1974-1976.

3 21

Molina, Ciro, 1971 September 20.

3 21

Mongenet, J., 1938 September 13.

3 21

Mooney, James E., circa 1976.

3 21

Moore, Earl V., 1939, 1941.

3 21

Moore, Ellen, 1971 September 20.

3 21

Moretto, Kathleen, 1975-1976.

3 21

Morgan, Paula, 1979 December 19.

3 21

Morley, Charles L., 1941.

3 21

Morris, Deborah, 1934, 1937.

3 21

Morrow, Glenn R., 1971 May 19.

3 21

Morse, Martin, 1971, 1974.

3 21

Moses, Julian M., 1953, undated.

3 21

Mott, Howard S., 1968 August-September.

3 21

Mott, Margaret M., 1940-1942, 1946.

3 21

Moyer, John, 1968 June.

3 21

Muller, Joseph, 1937 December 11.

3 21

Mummery, Kenneth, 1973, 1977.

3 21

Murphy, Mabel A., 1972.

3 21

Musical Fund Society, 1962 September.

3 21

Musicana Unlimited, 1950-1951.

3 21

Music and Letters, 1953 February 28.

3 21

Musica Rara, 1952, 1957.

3 21

Musik in Geschichte und Gegenwart, 1960 September 8.

3 21

Myers, Gordon, 1983 March.

3 21

Myers, Kurtz, 1975 June 3.

3 21

Nadig, Barbara Anne, 1958 August 21.

3 21

Nall, Mrs. E.A., 1941 February-May.

3 21

Narmour, Eugene, 1980, undated.

3 21

Nathan, Hans, 1941, 1974.

3 21

Neal, Harry L., 1961 January-April.

3 21

Nebehay, Christian M. (in German), 1950 May.

3 21

Nectoux, Jean Michel, 1973 January-February.

3 22

Neeks, Alice, 1939 July 3.

3 22

Nettl, Paul, undated.

3 22

Neuburger, Hugo, 1940 April-June.

3 22

Neuwerk-Buchhandlung (in German), 1946 March 1.

3 22

Newberry, Todd, 1976 May-June.

3 22

Newberry Library, 1973 May 28.

3 22

Newman, William S., 1957, 1970, 1974.

3 22

New York Times, 1982 April 26.

3 22

Nicholson, Helen, 1972 April 29.

3 22

Nijhoss, Martinue, 1938 September 7.

3 22

Nikisch, Mrs. Artur, 1948 July 12.

3 22

Nim, Myrtle H., 1977 June 4.

3 22

Nimitz, Catherine V., 1943-1944.

3 22

Noble, T. Tertius, 1939 July 17.

3 22

Nohl, Günter (in German), 1980 August 1.

3 22

Norden, Hugo, 1938 September 8.

3 22

Norton, Mrs., 1939 July 5.

3 22

Nova, Fritz, 1954-1955.

3 22

Nutler, Charles R., 1939 July 9.

3 22

Ochs, Michael (one letter incomplete), 1981, undated.

3 22

Oeser, Fritz (two letters in German), 1951, 1972.

3 23

Offergeld, Robert, 1982.

3 23

O'Hara, David, Esq., 1979, undated.

3 23

Ohio State University, 1963 October.

3 23

Ohmiya, Makoto, 1965.

3 23

Oja, Carol J., 1983 January 26.

3 23

Olschki, Leo S., 1938 September 17.

3 23

Olson, Clair C., 1941 May.

3 23

O'Meara, Eva J., 1936-1939, 1941.

3 23

Omers, Constant, 1939 July 13.

3 23

Onseil Polonais de la Musique, 1975 May 14.

3 23

Oppenheimer, Margaret, 1946 May 20.

3 23

Oras, Janet M., 1964 May 15.

3 23

Ordynski, Richard, 1941-1942.

3 23

Orlinick, S., 1954, 1964, 1968, 1973-1979.

3 23

Ormondroyd, Jesse, 1974 February-March.

3 23

Orr, George P., 1961 March.

3 23

Ortmann, Otto, 1940-1941.

3 23

Osar Neuer's Bookstore, 1950-1952.

3 23

Ospeyer, 1946 May 9.

3 23

Ostrauskas, Kostas, 1960-1970, 1975.

3 23

Ostrove, Geraldine, 1976 June 22.

3 23

Otlin, Samuel, 1945.

3 24

Ott, Alfons, 1970, 1974.

3 24

Ott, John Ronald, 1961 October-November.

3 24

Owen, Patricia E., 1975 December.

3 24

Ozolins, Egils, 1975 May 28.

3 24

Palisca, Claude V., 1972 March 17.

3 24

Palmer, Margaret Gayley, 1960 June.

3 24

Paludan, Erik, 1955 December 9.

3 24

Pam, 1974 January 11.

3 24

Paoli, Arnaldo, 1963 January 7.

3 24

Pardo-Tovar, Andres, 1963 June 6.

3 24

Parker, Peter J., 1975 March 3.

3 24

Parnes, Samuel Will, 1981 May.

3 24

Parsons, Chauncey L., 1914 July 21.

3 24

Patten, Nathan van, 1953.

3 24

Patterson, Murray G., 1939 July 7.

3 24

Paul, Normal H., 1980 October 2.

3 24

Payne, Mrs. Oliver H., 1939 July 12.

3 24

Pelletier, Wilfred, 1939 September 13.

3 24

Pepper, William, 1938 March 31.

3 24

Pequeno, Mercedes Reis, 1968 December.

3 24

Pereira Salas, Eugenio, 1973 July 14.

3 24

Perlongo, Suzanne T., 1979, 1982.

3 24

Persinger, Louis, 1939-1940.

3 24

Peters, Evelyn (photocopy), 1974 July 15.

3 24

Petersen, Barbara A., 1971-1972, 1983.

3 24

Peterson, Melva, 1980 October 24.

3 24

Pfatteicher, Carl F., 1952, 1954, 1956-1957.

3 24

Pfatteicher, Lilian, undated.

3 24

Pforzheimer, Arthur, 1940 April.

3 24

Picker, Martin, 1974 September 19.

3 24

Pierpont Morgan Library, 1964, 1974.

3 24

Pisk, Paul A., 1961 May 20.

3 24

Plaut, Alice S., 1953 April 8.

3 24

Poley, Irvin C., 1971 May 19.

3 24

Pomeroy, Elizabeth W., 1977.

3 25

Pomfret, John Edward, 1943 April 19.

3 25

Poppe, Karl Max, 1938.

3 25

Porter, Susan L., 1980 March 11.

3 25

Poštolka, Milan, 1971, 1979.

3 25

Power, Eugene B., 1940 April.

3 25

Powers, Harry, 1969 May 27.

3 25

Preston, Jean F., 1975.

3 25

Preston, Malcolm G., 1971 May 19.

3 25

Preston, Mrs. Malcolm, 1971 September-November.

3 25

Preucel, Ruth G., 1976 November 30.

3 25

Price, Philip, 1971 May 26.

3 25

Prince, David C., 1974 January.

3 25

Pringle, Reg, 1983 June.

3 25

Propert, William B., 1978 April 25.

3 25

Pruett, James, 1961, 1974-1975.

3 25

Putnam, Herbert (Library of Congress), 1938 May 5.

3 25

Quarles, James, 1939 June 30.

3 25

Quevedo, Aida, 1963 September 12.

3 25

Quinn, Arthur Hobson, 1918, 1938.

3 25

Raab, Wilhelm, 1953 July 17.

3 25

Ramage, James A., 1979 July-September.

3 25

Ramalingam, Vivian S., 1978 October 27.

3 25

Ranald, Margaret Loftus, 1980 November 17.

3 25

Randall, David, 1938-1940.

3 25

Ranschburg, Otto H., 1939, 1941.

3 25

Ratlifff, Neil, 1977 September-October.

3 25

Ray, Paul S., 1940-1941.

3 25

Rayner, Clare G., 1961 February-March.

3 25

Reagor, Simone, 1974 July-August.

3 25

Rebmann, G. Rutherford, Jr., 1971 May 24.

3 25

Redlich, Hans F., 1962 June 30.

3 25

Reed, Ginny, 1974 February 4.

3 25

Reese, Gustave, 1938-1941, 1945, 1962-1963, 1971, 1975-1976.

3 25

Reeves, William, 1938, 1942, 1963.

3 25

Rehm, Helga (in German), 1970, 1975, 1977, 1982.

3 25

Rehm, Wolfgang (in German), 1970-1982.

3 26

Reich, Nancy B., 1974 May 31.

3 27

Reichenberger, Arnold, 1973 December 24.

3 27

Reichner, Herbert, 1940-1941.

3 27

Reilly, Edward R., 1970 October 14.

3 27

Reimars, Lennart, 1965 June 11.

3 27

Reiter, Marion (in German), 1971 July 8.

3 27

Renner, Virginia J., 1975-1976.

3 27

Reynolds, Mr. and Mrs. Cyril F., 1971 September 22.

3 27

Reynolds, Stephen M., 1964 October 22.

3 27

Rhoads, Jonathan E., 1972 January 5.

3 27

Rich, Maria F., 1969 October-November.

3 27

Rich, Thaddeus, 1939 April-July.

3 27

Richardson, Delphine, 1974 January 15.

3 27

Richter, Bodo L.O., 1971 May 25.

3 27

Ricketts, Rauland, 1974-1976.

3 27

Riedel, Herbot, 1964 April.

3 27

Riedmann & Gilsing, 1954-1955.

3 27

Riegger, Ruth E., 1977 September 17.

3 27

Riley, Miss, 1971 September 29.

3 27

Riley, Lyman W., 1963-1964, 1975, 1977, undated.

3 27

Rimicci, Steven, 1978 June 1.

3 27

Ringer, Alexander L., 1970 December 4.

3 27

Ripin, Edwin M., 1974 July 12.

3 27

Rising Sun News Agency, 1983 June 23.

3 27

Rita (in French), 1965 July 26.

3 27

Rivera y Rivera, Roberto, 1963, 1967.

3 27

Robbin, Leon, 1975-1976.

3 28

Roberts, Helen H., 1941 May 23.

3 29

Robinson, F. Bruce, 1982 April 16.

3 29

Rochberg, George, 1960-1968, 1974.

3 29

Roehn, Franz, 1940-1943, 1948, 1971.

3 29

Rogers, Francis, 1939 July 8.

3 29

Rogers, Natalie, 1979 May 7-9.

3 29

Rohner, Traugott, 1953 July 11.

3 29

Roosevelt, Franklin D. (letter signed by personal secretary, M.A. LeHand), 1940 March 14-19.

3 29

Rosé, Alfred, 1952 July 11.

3 29

Roseman, Charles E., Jr., 1940 March-April.

3 29

Rosenbach Company, 1938, 1940-1941.

3 29

Rosenbaum, Samuel R., 1960, 1971.

3 29

Rosenblum, Sandra P., 1972 March-April.

3 29

Rosenthal, Albi, 1950-1953, 1973-1984.

3 29

Rosenthal, H.B. (Ludwig Rosenthal's Antiquariaat), 1972-1973.

4 1

Rosenwald, Hans H., 1939 August 14.

4 1

Rösing, Helmut, 1975-1981.

4 1

Rothman, Walter, 1939 July 18.

4 1

Rowell, Lewis, 1983 September 8.

4 1

Roy, James G., 1975-1976.

4 1

Rubinstein, Arthur, 1941.

4 1

Rubsamen, Walter H., 1941 June 9.

4 1

Rudinow, Moshe, 1939 September-December.

4 1

Rudolf, Max, 1974-1981.

4 1

Runge, William H., 1972 March 7.

4 1

Rushworth & Dreaper, Ltd., 1938 September 6.

4 1

Rykken, Clyde, 1965 June 11.

4 1

Ryskamp, Charles, 1972-1976.

4 1

Saalbach, Raymond, 1974-1975, 1977.

4 1

Sachs, Charles W., 1979 March 20.

4 1

Sadie, Stanley, 1971-1979.

4 2

Sadowski, Susan, 1980 May 1.

4 2

Salas, Filomena, 1946 November 11.

4 2

Salloch, William, 1977 May 5.

4 2

Saltonstall, Cecilia D., 1974-1984.

4 3

Saltonstall, Henry, undated.

4 4

Samuel, Harold E., 1967-1970, 1974, 1980.

4 4

Sánches de Fuentes, Eduardo (in Spanish), 1939 October 17.

4 4

Sanders, Cora, 1938 August-October.

4 4

Sanders, Robert L., 1941 May 15.

4 4

San Francisco State College, 1976 August 3.

4 4

Sant, Monroe van, 1974, 1981.

4 4

Santa Cruz, Domingo, 1941, 1963-1964.

4 4

Santisteban, Teresa Silva, 1963 June 19.

4 4

Sawyer, Charles J., 1938 September 7.

4 4

Schab, William H., 1941 February-July.

4 4

Schaefer, Josef, 1959.

4 4

Schaeffer, Myron, 1939-1941.

4 4

Schaff, Merle, 1971 May 19.

4 4

Schapp, Richard A., 1981.

4 4

Schatzki, Walter, 1942 July 23.

4 4

Scheide, William H., 1953, 1974.

4 4

Schelling, Helen M. (Mrs. Ernest), 1948 August 26.

4 4

Schelling, Felix E., circa 1945.

4 4

Schirmer, Ernest C., 1938 September 7.

4 4

Schlager, Karlheinz (some letters in German), 1975-1980.

4 5

Schlichte, Joachim, 1982-1983.

4 6

Schmid, Adolf, 1941 July 26.

4 6

Schmid, Ernst Fritz (in German), 1956-1957.

4 6

Schmid, Hans (in German), 1966 November 7.

4 6

Schmidgall, Gary, 1979 November 14.

4 6

Schneider, Hans, 1954-1964, 1971, 1976.

4 6

Schneider, Marius, 1961 July 12.

4 6

Schnoor, Hans, 1964 November 18.

4 6

Schoenbach, Sol, 1976, 1981, undated.

4 6

Scholz, Janos, 1941-1942.

4 6

Scholz, R. Bigelow, 1941 January 21.

4 6

Schreiber, Carl F., 1933, 1936-1937.

4 6

Schwartz, Harold, 1970 December 24.

4 6

Schwarz, Boris, 1962-1963.

4 6

Schwarz, Patty, 1974 September 21.

4 6

Schwegmann, George A., Jr., 1938-1943.

4 6

Scientific Library Service, 1953 October 13.

4 6

Seashore, Carl E., 1941 May 14.

4 6

Seeger, Charles, 1941 December 10.

4 6

Seelig, Harry, 1966 December 12.

4 6

Segal, Bernard G., 1971 December 20.

4 7

Seifert, Wolfgang (in German), 1965 August 2.

4 7

Seipt, David, 1976-1977.

4 7

Seitz, E.J., Jr., 1949 November 3.

4 7

Seitz, Irene (in German), 1979.

4 7

Seiz, Paul H., 1965 July 14.

4 7

Selden-Goth, Gisella, 1939-1942, 1953.

4 7

Selsam, Georgia K., 1982 October 18.

4 7

Semler, Evelyn W., 1972.

4 7

Semler, George Herbert, Jr., 1972 May 17.

4 7

Serkin, Rudolf, 1975 May.

4 7

Servera, Bartolomé March, 1973 May 28.

4 7

Serwer, Howard, 1975 December 15.

4 7

Setton, Kenneth M., 1956-1965.

4 7

Sevitzky, Fabien, 1940 March 23.

4 7

Shafer, Mary C., 1966 July 1.

4 7

Shapiro, Elliott, 1939 July 19.

4 7

Shapiro, Oscar, 1971 February.

4 8

Shepard, Brooks, 1954 April 29.

4 8

Shine, Carolyn R., 1957, 1970.

4 8

Shirley, Wayne D., 1964-1977.

4 8

Shore, Eric, 1984 March 14.

4 8

Shrubsole, A. Grahame, 1983.

4 8

Shryock, Richard H., 1938 July 12.

4 8

Shumway, D.B., 1932, 1936.

4 8

Shurman, Margaret G., 1939 July 7.

4 8

Sibelius Museum, 1979.

4 8

Siegel, Sophie, undated.

4 8

Silver, Martin A., 1975 August 27.

4 8

Silverberg, Martin, 1959 January 26.

4 8

Silverstein, Barbara, 1981 October 15.

4 8

Simon, Eric, 1942, 1969.

4 8

Simpson, Helen, 1974 April 9.

4 8

Sinclair, Amy, 1940 November 25.

4 9

Sinclair, John E., 1943 March 12.

4 9

Sleeper, Helen G., 1951 January.

4 9

Sleeper, Henry Dike, 1941 May 24.

4 9

Slonimsky, Nicolas, 1939, 1947.

4 9

Smallwood, Lydia, 1973-1974.

4 9

Smiraglia, Richard P., 1976-1977.

4 9

Smith, Bill, undated.

4 9

Smith, Carleton Sprague, 1938-1943, 1949, 1953-1954, 1963, 1971-1972, 1976.

4 10

Smith, Charles W., 1941 June 30.

4 11

Smith, Elizabeth Sperry, undated.

4 11

Smith, Ethelwyn, 1972 February 25.

4 11

Smith, Lawrence, M.C., undated.

4 11

Smith, William R., 1971, 1974.

4 11

Smither, Howard E., 1980 November 24.

4 11

Snyder, Betty, 1962, 1981.

4 11

Somfai, László, undated.

4 11

Sommer, Heinz D., 1984 March 24.

4 11

Sommer, Susan T. (Suki), 1974-1982.

4 11

Sotheby Parke Bernet & Co., 1978-1979.

4 11

Soule, Phelps, 1934, 1936, 1953.

4 11

Spangenberg, Kristin L., 1977 November.

4 11

Specht, Anita Socola, 1939 July 3.

4 11

Spencer, Charles W., 1939 July 7.

4 11

Spengler, Gernot, 1972 April 2.

4 11

Speyer, Edward, 1946 May 17.

4 11

Speyer, Marie (in German), 1946 May.

4 11

Speyer, Otto W., 1946 June 6.

4 11

Spiess, Lincoln B., 1967, undated.

4 11

Spivacke, Harold, 1939-1941, 1953, 1964-1965.

4 11

Springer, Otto, 1960, 1970-1971.

4 11

Sprenton, Win (Mrs. Benton), 1972 November 6.

4 11

Starr, Jack, 1974 January 14.

4 11

Stassen, Harold E., 1948, 1950, 1953.

4 11

Stassévitch, Paul, 1938 September 22.

4 11

State University of Iowa, 1966 April 21.

4 11

Statsbiblioteket, 1963-1964.

4 11

Stechert-Hafner, Inc., 1953, 1957.

4 11

Stein, Gerald H., 1957 April 26.

4 11

Steinbach, George A., 1941 April.

4 12

Steiner, Roger L., 1973 December 30.

4 12

Stephens, William E., 1969 March-May.

4 12

Sternacher, Bonnie, 1973 December 24.

4 12

Sternberg, Jonathan, 1978 May 29.

4 12

Sternfeld, Fred W., 1981 July 18.

4 12

Steuermann, Clara, 1975, 1980.

4 12

Stevens, David, 1938 September.

4 12

Stevens, Denis, 1971 July 8.

4 12

Stevens, Halsey, 1972, 1976.

4 12

Stewart, Mr., 1977 January 17.

4 12

Stewart, Jean, 1972.

4 12

Stiverson, Cynthia Z., 1975 July 24.

4 12

Stoessel, Mr., 1939 July 18.

4 12

Stojowski, Sigismond, 1939 July 27.

4 12

Stonborough-Wittgenstein, Margaret, 1941 July.

4 12

Stone, David, 1971, 1975.

4 12

Stone, Donna, 1969 January 7.

4 12

Stone, James D., 1984 April-May.

4 12

Stopher, Dr., 1939 July 14.

4 12

Strakava, Theodora, 1962 September 21.

4 12

Strasfogel, Ian, undated.

4 12

Strecker, Wilhelm, 1946 January-February.

4 12

Stringfield, Lamar, 1939 July 11.

4 12

Stringfield, Lamar, 1939 July 11.

4 12

Stringham, Edwin J., 1939, 1941.

4 12

Stringham, Scott, 1971 February-June.

4 12

Stromberg, Muriel, 1982 August 14.

4 12

Strong, George F., 1939 July 18.

4 12

Strunk, Oliver, 1936, 1957.

4 12

Stumacher, Bonnie Insull, 1975 August-September.

4 12

Suck, Friedrich (some letters in German), 1949-1964, 1971, 1976.

4 12

Suderburg, Robert, 1979 May 17.

4 13

Sullivan, Cornelius F., 1965 June 13.

4 13

Summers, William, 1975 December 4.

4 13

Sunderman, F. William, 1971, 1983.

4 13

Surette, Thomas Whitney, 1936 May 7.

4 13

Svenskt Musikhistoriskt Arkiv, 1975 March 15.

4 13

Swalin, Benjamin F., 1941 May 21.

4 13

Swan, Alfred J., 1951 August 25.

4 13

Swann, Arthur, 1941-1942.

4 13

Swarthout, Max vL., 1939 July 7.

4 13

Sweet, Reginald L., 1937 July-August.

4 13

Szeliska, Rose L. von, 1972 December 9.

4 13

Szeliski, Victor von, 1974 February.

4 13

Tapley, Harriet S., 1939 July 5.

4 13

Taruskin, Richard, 1981.

4 13

Tatum, George B., 1971 June 3.

4 13

Tawa, Nicholas, 1973.

4 13

Taylor, Burt Eddy, 1940 March-April.

4 13

Teahan, Frederick H., 1962.

4 13

Temperley, Nicholas, 1972, 1975, 1978-1979.

4 13

Terzian, Alicia (In Spanish, 1974.

4 13

Teune, Henry, 1981-1982.

4 14

Texaco Opera Quis, 1963 March 2.

4 14

Thew, Lisbet, 1973 September 27.

4 14

Thomas, Wilbur, 1936-1944.

4 14

Thompson, C. Seymour, 1937, 1940.

4 14

Thompson, Oscar, 1936, 1939.

4 14

Thuman, J.H., 1939 July 10.

4 14

Thweatt, John H., 1972 February 22.

4 14

Tiedemann, H., 1953 January 24.

4 14

Tillman, J., 1982 May.

4 14

Tilly, H. Dorothy, 1941 May 27.

4 14

Tischer, Gerhard (in German), 1947 February 17.

4 14

Tischler, Hans, 1974 January 23.

4 14

Toch, Ernst, 1939 July 17.

4 14

Todd, Phelps, 1974 January 16.

4 14

Tonkin, Humphrey, 1982 November 1.

4 14

Tonkin, Lillian, 1964 October.

4 14

Toomey, Kathleen, 1975-1976.

4 14

Torrey, Norman L., 1938 August 29.

4 14

Townsend, Douglas, 1982 February 22.

4 14

Tully, Alice, 1974 January.

4 14

Turner, Gordon B., 1974.

4 14

Turner, J. Rigbie, 1976, 1979-1980.

4 15

Tuttle, Stephen, 1939 July 12.

4 16

Tweedy, Donald, 1939 July 2.

4 16

Tyson, Alan, 1965-1977.

4 16

Udbye, Odd, 1955 May-June.

4 16

Ulrico Hoepli, 1938 September 15.

4 16

University of Illinois, 1976 May 31.

4 16

University of North Carolina, 1943 September 3.

4 16

Utley, George B., 1941 May 15.

4 16

Vallas, Léon, 1938 May-June.

4 16

Vancouver Opera Association, 1976 June 12.

4 16

Van den Arend, Hood, 1948 April 19.

4 16

Van Steenbergen, Anna, 1968.

4 16

Van Steenwyk, Linda, 1966 April 13.

4 16

Velimirovic, Miloš, 1959-1960, 1974.

4 16

Verein Beethovenhaus, 1962 April 10.

4 16

Vicuña, Magdalena, 1963-1964.

4 16

Viles, Miss, 1976 July 14.

4 16

Vinton, John, 1964 June-December.

4 16

Visca, Pedro, 1948 February-March.

4 16

Voisine, Joan, 1976 June 25.

4 16

Von Trapp family (in German), 1938-1939, 1980, 1982.

4 16

Voois, Jacques C., 1974 August 2.

4 16

Voss, Egon (in German), 1973, 1977.

4 16

Vötterle, Hildegard, 1979 July 5.

4 16

Vötterle, Karl (some letters in German), 1938, 1957, 1972, 1974.

4 16

Vötterle, Kurt (in German), 1946 March 21.

4 16

W. Heffer and Sons, Ltd., 1950-1951.

4 17

Wachtell, Manheim & Grouf, 1942 May 29.

4 17

Wainwright, Nicholas B., 1976 May-June.

4 17

Waite, Bill, 1960 April-May.

4 17

Wagner, John W., 1970-1971.

4 17

Waldbauer, Imri, 1951 September 18.

4 17

Waldbauer, Ivan, 1960 January 24.

4 17

Walker, George, 1940 February 11.

4 17

Wallbaum, Christel, 1976-1980.

4 17

Ward, John M., 1952, 1976, 1980-1983.

4 17

Ward, Tom R., 1980 March 11.

4 17

Ward-Jones, Peter A., 1980 March.

4 17

Warner, Geneva, 1973 December 7.

4 17

Warner, K.R., 1973 October 31.

4 17

Watanabe, Ruth, 1971 March 20.

4 17

Waterhouse, Mary, 1981 December 9.

4 17

Waters, Edward N., 1938-1945, 1951, 1953, 1974.

4 18

Watkins, Thomas T, 1975.

4 19

Weaver, J.R.H., 1934 August 30.

4 19

Weaver, Wallace, 1976 December 23.

4 19

Webster, James, 1980 March 25.

4 19

Wechsler, Louise, 1974 October 17.

4 19

Weichlein, William J., 1965 November 15.

4 19

Weigel, Oswald, 1938 September 7.

4 19

Weinberger, Gerhard (in German), 1984 February 27.

4 19

Weinberg, Jacob, 1939 July 15.

4 19

Weiss, Piero, 1970 December 15.

4 19

Weitte, Hans, 1936 June 19.

4 19

Welch, R.D., 1938 April 15.

4 19

Wellek, Albert, 1961 December 9.

4 19

Wells, Henry, 1977 January 4.

4 19

Werfel, Mrs. Franz, 1941 July 11.

4 19

Wernick, Richard, 1974 October 23.

4 19

Westlake, Neda M., 1968 March 15.

4 19

Weston, George Benson, 1941-1942.

4 19

Wetzel, Richard, 1977 July 20.

4 19

Weyhe Gallery, 1940.

4 19

White, Dorothy, 1974 January 21.

4 19

White, Eric W., 1974 June 18.

4 19

Whitney, Marvin G., 1971 May 24.

4 19

Widmer, Ernst, 1963.

4 19

Wienandt, Elwyn A., 1974 February 7.

4 19

William, R.N., II, 1948 September 23.

4 19

Wilson, Bernard E., 1975.

4 19

Wilson, David G., 1961 August 14.

4 19

Wilson, Stewart, 1940 March 10.

4 19

Windisch, A.J. (in German), 1978 February 27.

4 19

Windle, John T., 1941-1943.

4 19

Winkler, E.W., 1939 July 10.

4 19

Winklhofer, Sharon, 1981, 1983.

4 19

Wittgenstein, Paul, 1941 June.

4 20

Wittman, Helene, 1940 January 30.

4 20

Wittman'sche Buchhandlung, 1955, 1959, 1963.

4 20

Wolbach, Albert B., 1953 December 17.

4 20

Wolff, Katharine, 1949 October 30.

4 20

Wright, Catharine Morris ("Kit"), 1933, 1965, 1972-1973, 1980-1981.

4 20

Wright, Francis W., 1975 March 24.

4 20

Wunderle, Carl, 1939 July 7.

4 20

Yakounchikoff, V., 1939 July 10.

4 20

Yanez-Barnuevo, Luis Romero, 1962 June 12.

4 20

Yarustovsky, Boris, 1963 February 27.

4 20

Yasser, Joseph, 1939 July 9.

4 20

Yellin, Victor, 1960-1961.

4 20

Yoder, Paul, 1966 August 13.

4 20

Young, Karl, 1931 March-April.

4 20

Young, William G., Jr., 1953 December 17.

4 20

Ytterli, Solveig, 1964 July 10.

4 20

Zabriskie, Christian, 1940 March-April.

4 20

Zahn, Mabel, 1940 June 25.

4 20

Zangrando, Robert L., 1968 July 3.

4 20

Zavelles, 1963 February 16.

4 20

Zimbalist, Efrem, 1939 August 10.

4 20

Zimbalist, Mary Louise, 1955 May 7.

4 20

Zimmerman, Betty L., 1972 February-March.

4 20

Zimmerman, Elena, 1980 April 13.

4 20

Zimmerman, Franklin B., 1969, 1976-1977.

4 20

Zucker, Paul, 1943 July 21.

4 20

Unidentified correspondents (letters to and from Otto Albrecht), 1924-1984.

4 21

III. Courses taught.

Scope and Contents note

Series III. "Courses taught" contains materials relating to Albrecht's teaching for both the Romance Languages Department and the Music Department at the University of Pennsylvania. With the exception of one folder of material related to a French class, all the files here pertain to his teaching in the Music Department. It appears that the course numbering system changed during Albrecht’s tenure so files for some course topics exist with more than one course number and in some cases, materials for both an earlier and a later course number have been combined.

Files contain syllabi, reading lists, hand written notes, and notes about composers. Three files contain student work or grades (Music 523, Music 524, and Grade Book) and are therefore restricted from use. Researchers interested in seeing portions of these folders for their research must contact rbml@pobox.upenn.edu in order to consult with a curator.

Box Folder

Music 21: Introduction to the History of Music, 1966.

4 22

Music 23: Art Song, undated.

4 23-25

Music 423: Music in America, 1962.

5 1

Music 462, undated.

5 2

Music 514: Art Song, undated.

5 3

Music 523: Music in America [RESTRICTED until 2024], 1954, undated.

5 4

Music 524: Music Bibliography [RESTRICTED until 2030], 1958, 1960.

5 5

Music 524/600: Music Bibliography, 1958, 1969.

5 6

Music 524/600: Music Bibliography, 1958-1966.

5 7

Music 524/600: Music Bibliography, 1969.

5 8

Music 600: Music Bibliography, undated.

5 9

Music 600: Music Bibliography, undated.

5 10

Music 750: Art Song, 1941, 1963.

5 11

Music 770: Studies in Music in American Civilization, 1963.

5 12

French 4, undated.

5 13

Grade book [RESTRICTED until 2039], 1961-1969.

5 14

IV. Research.

Scope and Contents note

Series IV. "Research" contains material related to several of his most important projects throughout his career. The series is divided into four subseries: A. Census and Music Microfilm Archives materials; B. Répertoire International des Sources Musicales (RISM); C. History of Music in Boston, Philadelphia and New York; and D. Other research materials. A. Census and Music Microfilm Archives material documents Albrecht's efforts to compile a list of musical manuscripts created by European composers in libraries, archives, and personal collections in the United States. Albrecht's work appears to have been initiated by the Oberlaender Trust's interest in a Music Library Association's project to obtain microfilm reproductions of musical manuscripts in European Libraries. In order to gather his information, Albrecht corresponded with libraries across the country asking if the library had any musical manuscripts by European composers in their collection; if they did, how many and to include a list; if the manuscripts were catalogued or described; and how much it would cost for reproductions. The bulk of the responses can be found within Series II. "Correspondence," but researchers should also consult this series in order to be certain that all correspondence is found. According to a letter in box 5, folder 16, the original plan for the microfilm archive included both European and American libraries; however, "the project [was] forced by present conditions to limit itself to works of European composer in manuscript in American libraries and in certain British libraries." Interested libraries could subscribe to the microfilm on an annual basis. There is some correspondence is the folders relating to the Music Microfilm Archives, but the bulk of letters will be found within Series II. "Correspondence."

B. Répertoire International des Sources Musicales (RISM) includes both administrative files and files on particular source libraries arranged here by RISM Siglum. In 1952, the American Musicological Society and the Music Library Association created a plan for an International Inventory of Musical Sources. A Joint Committee of the International Association of Music Libraries and the International Inventory of Musical Sources designed "a project for the publication of a book catalogue of editions and manuscripts of early music," (Box 5, folder 21). Work in the United States began almost immediately with membership from the American Musicological Society and the Music Library Association. Questionnaires were sent to American libraries in 1953 and again from 1961 to 1964. Albrecht served as the chairman of the Joint MLA-AMS Committee on RISM from 1974 to 1981; and in 1978, a subcommittee was formed "to deal with the reporting of American holdings for Series A/II (Manuscripts)," (box 5, folder 20). Researchers interested in the history of the International Inventory of Musical Sources should consult the Report on U.S. Activities to January 1, 1966 in box 1, folder 21.

Albrecht also completed a significant amount of research on a project to document the history of music in the east coast cities of Boston, New York, and Philadelphia from 1801 to 1840. This research includes reports and transcriptions of newspaper articles and advertisements relating to music in Boston, Philadelphia, and New York, such as advertisements for musical instruments for sale or auction, announcements for upcoming performances, criticsm, reviews, and articles. The intended final product of this research is unclear, but this research appears to have been conducted around the same time as his work on the census of musical manuscripts created by European composers in libraries, archives, and personal collections in the United States.

Finally, the series concludes with files that do not fit into any of the above categories, and include several notebooks compiled by Albrecht on topics such as Music in Philadelphia, German lieder, New Orleans opera and others.

A. Census and Music Microfilm Archives materials.

Box Folder

Census materials, 1930-1940.

5 15

Census materials, 1938-1942.

5 16

Census notecards, circa 1930s-1940s.

24-26

Correspondence, 1936-1940.

7 19

Correspondence, 1941.

8 1

Correspondence, 1942.

8 2

Correspondence, 1947-1972.

8 3

Miscellaneous form letters, outlines, and notes, 1941, 1968-1969, undated.

8 8

Music microfilm archive materials, 1939-1945.

5 17

Music microfilm archive materials, correspondence, 1941-1954.

5 18

B. Répertoire International des Sources Musicales (RISM).

Box Folder

Albrecht expenses, 1964-1982.

5 19

American Musicological Society/Music Library Association Joint Committee, 1952-1981.

5 20

Annual reports and other documents, 1966-1983.

5 21

Cataloging for RISM, 1971-1981.

5 22

Correspondence, 1959-1981.

5 23

Miscellaneous catalog cards and order slips, used to submit entries to RISM, undated.

5 24

Miscellaneous notes related to RISM entries, 1975-1983.

5 25

Music in magazines, undated.

5 26

Music in magazines, undated.

5 27

"Negative responses", 1977.

5 28

Philadelphia area libraries reporting to RISM, 1964, undated.

5 29

"RISM expenses from December 1975," and notes, undated.

5 30

Report on RISM holdings in American libraries, 1965.

5 31

Sigla, 1960-1980.

5 32

"Verzeichnis der autoren und herausgeber für den alphabetischen Katalog der Individualdrucke", 1968.

5 33

Národní muzeum - České muzeum hudby, hudebně-historické oddělení, Praha (CZ-Pnm), undated.

5 34

Privatbibliotek Jens Peter Larsen, Charlottenlund (DK-CHlarsen), undated.

5 35

Rowe Music Library, King's College, University of Cambridge, Cambridge (GB-Ckc), undated.

5 36

The British Library, London (GB-Lbl), 1980.

5 37

Muzeum - Zamek w Lancucie, Biblioteka i Archiwum, Lancut (PL-LA), 1976.

5 38

William L. Clements Library, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI (US-AAc), undated.

5 39

Muhlenberg College, John A. W. Haas Library, Allentown, PA (US-AL), undated.

5 40

University of Texas at Austin, Harry Ransom Center, Austin, TX (US-AUS), 1984.

5 41

New England Conservatory of Music, Harriet M. Spaulding Library, Boston, MA (US-Bc), undated.

5 42

Boston Public Library, Music Department, Boston, MA (US-Bp), undated.

5 43

The Bancroft Library - University of California, Berkeley, CA (US-BEb), undated.

5 44

Baldwin-Wallace College, Riemenschneider-Bach Institute, Emilie and Karl Riemenschneider Memorial Bach Library, Berea, OH (US-BER), 1976.

5 45

Moravian Music Foundation, Bethlehem, PA (US-BETm), undated.

5 46

Bangor Theological Seminary, Bangor, ME (US-BGt), undated.

5 47

N. H. Harding private collection, Chicago, IL (US-Charding), undated.

5 48

N. H. Harding private collection, Chicago, IL (US-Charding), 1979.

6 1

Library Prof. Edward E. Lowinsky, Chicago, IL (US-Clowe), undated.

6 2

Chicago Public Library, Harold Washington Library Center, Visual and Performing Arts Department, Chicago, IL (US-Cp), undated.

6 3

University of Chicago, Joseph Regenstein Library, Special Collections, Chicago, IL (US-Cu), undated.

6 4

Harvard University, Houghton Library, Cambridge, MA (US-CAh), 1980-1984.

6 5

John Milton Ward, private collection, Cambridge, MA (US-CAward), 1979-1983.

6 6

University of Virginia, Music Library, Charlottesville, VA (US-CHum), 1976.

6 7

Cincinnati Art Museum, Cincinnati, OH (US-CIam), undated.

6 8

Cleveland Public Library, Fine Arts Department, Cleveland, OH (US-CLp), undated.

6 9

Claremont College Libraries, Claremont, CA (US-CLAc), undated.

6 10

University of Maryland, Theodore R. McKeldin Library, College Park, MD (US-CP), 1975.

6 11

Prof. Dr. Warren Kirkendale private collection, Durham, NC (US-DMkirkendale), 1979.

6 12

Northwestern University, Music Library, Evanston, IL (US-Eu), undated.

6 13

Saul Starr private collection, Eastchester, NY (US-ECstarr), 1965.

6 14

Southern Illinois University, Edwardsville, IL (US-EDu), undated.

6 15

Yale University, Lewis Walpole Library, Farmington, CT (US-FAy), 1937.

6 16

A. Constant Vauclain private collection, Gladwyne, PA (US-GLvauclain), undated.

6 17

Cornell University Music Library, Ithaca, NY (US-I), 1975, 1981.

6 18

William A. Little - private collection, Ivy, VA (US-IVlittle), undated.

6 19

The University of Missouri - Kansas City, Conservatory of Music and Dance, Library, Kansas City, MO (US-KC), 1976.

6 20

University of California, Music Library, Los Angeles, CA (US-LAum), 1975.

6 21

Lancaster Theological Seminary of the United Church of Christ Library, Lancaster, PA (US-LCts), undated.

6 22

University of Kentucky, Margaret I. King Library, Lexington, KY (US-LEX), undated.

6 23

University of Louisville, School of Music, Library, Louisville, KY (US-LOu), 1981.

6 24

Rutgers - The State University of New Jersey, Blanche and Irving Laurie Music Library, Mabel Smith Douglass Library, New Brunswick, NJ (US-NBu), undated.

6 25

New Jersey Historical Society, Newark, NJ (US-NEhs), 1977.

6 26

Yale University, Music Library, New Haven, CT (US-NH), 1938, 1941, 1975.

6 27

Broadcast Music, Inc, New York City, NY (US-NYbm), 1975.

6 28

Grand Lodge Library and Museum, Free and Accepted Masons, New York City, NY (US-NYgl), undated.

6 29

New York Public Library for the Performing Arts, Music Division, New York, NY (US-NYp), 1972.

6 30

The Morgan Library & Museum, New York City, NY (US-NYpm), 1974, 1983.

6 31

University of Pittsburgh, Music Library, Pittsburgh, PA (US-Pu), undated.

6 32

Schwenkfelder Historical Society Library, Pennsburg, PA (US-PE), 1964.

6 33

Otto E. Albrecht private collection, Philadelphia, PA (US-PHalbrecht), 1979.

6 34

Free Library of Philadelphia, Music Department, Philadelphia, PA (US-PHf), 1968.

6 35

Historical Society of Pennsylvania Library, Philadelphia, PA (US-PHhs), 1964, 1979.

6 36

Lutheran Theological Seminary at Philadelphia, Krauth Memorial Library, Philadelphia, PA (US-PHkm), 1964.

6 37

Library Company of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA (US-PHlc), 1964.

6 38

The Presbyterian Historical Society Library, Philadelphia, PA (US-PHphs), undated.

6 39

American Philosophical Society, Philadelphia, PA (US-PHps), 1972-1979.

6 40

University of Pennsylvania Libraries, Philadelphia, PA (US-PHu), 1957-1976.

6 41-42

Yarnall Library of Theology of St. Clement's Church, Philadelphia, PA (US-PHy), 1964.

6 43

Lester S. Levy private collection, Pikesville, MD (US-PIlevy), 1977.

6 44

Library Prof. E. A. Lowe, Princeton, NJ (US-PRlowe), undated.

6 45

Princeton University Library, Princeton, NJ (US-PRu), 1976.

6 46

Sibley Music Library, Eastman School of Music, University of Rochester, Rochester, NY (US-R), 1978-1979.

6 47

Dr. Eric Offenbacher private collection, Seattle, WA (US-Soffenbacher), 1979.

6 48

Peabody and Essex Museums, James Duncan Phillips Library, Salem, MA (US-SA), undated.

6 49

Henry E. Huntington Library & Art Gallery, San Marino, CA (US-SM), 1977-1982.

6 50

Stanford University, Green Library, Department of Special Collections, Stanford, CA (US-STu), undated.

6 51

Old Sturbridge Village Research Library, Sturbridge, MA (US-STB), undated.

6 52

The Pennsylvania State University Library, University Park, PA (US-UP), undated.

6 53

The Library of Congress, Music Division, Washington, D.C. (US-Wc), undated.

6 54

Folger Shakespeare Library, Washington, D.C. (US-Ws), undated.

6 55

Winterthur Museum, Winterthur, DE (US-WIN), undated.

6 56

American Antiquarian Society Library, Worcester, MA (US-WOa), undated.

6 57

C. History of Music in Boston, New York and Philadelphia materials.

Box Folder

Boston newspapers, 1811-1812, notes, circa 1930s-1940s.

6 61

Boston newspapers, 1812, notes, circa 1930s-1940s.

6 62

Boston newspapers, 1813, notes, circa 1930s-1940s.

6 63

Boston newspapers, 1813-1814, notes, circa 1930s-1940s.

6 64

Boston newspapers, 1814, notes, circa 1930s-1940s.

6 65

Boston newspapers, 1815, notes, circa 1930s-1940s.

6 66-68

Boston newspapers, 1815, notes, circa 1930s-1940s.

7 1

Boston newspapers, 1815, notes, circa 1930s-1940s.

7 15-16

Boston newspapers, 1816, notes, circa 1930s-1940s.

7 4-7

Boston newspapers, 1801-1810, 1815, miscellaneous notes, circa 1930s-1940s.

7 8

Boston newspapers, auctions and sales, 1815, notes, circa 1930s-1940s.

7 2

Boston newspapers, dealers, 1811, notes, circa 1930s-1940s.

6 58

Boston newspapers, dealers, 1812, notes, circa 1930s-1940s.

6 59

Boston newspapers, dealers, 1813, notes, circa 1930s-1940s.

6 60

Boston newspapers, dealers, 1814, notes, circa 1930s-1940s.

7 9

Boston newspapers, operas, 1811, notes, circa 1930s-1940s.

7 10

Boston newspapers, teachers, 1811, notes, circa 1930s-1940s.

7 11

Boston newspapers, teachers, 1812, notes, circa 1930s-1940s.

7 12

Boston newspapers, teachers, 1813, notes, circa 1930s-1940s.

7 13

Boston newspapers, teachers, 1814, notes, circa 1930s-1940s.

7 14

Boston newspapers, teachers, 1815, notes, circa 1930s-1940s.

7 3

Burd, Philip G., A History of Music in New York City, 1801-1803, undated.

7 17

Burd, Philip G., A History of Music in New York City, 1801-1803, undated.

7 18

Murro, Kathleen, Annals of Music in New York City, 1839, 1937.

8 11

Murro, Kathleen, Annals of Music in New York City, 1839, 1937.

8 12

New York City newspapers, New York Morning Herald;  Morning Dispatch;  Sunday Morning Atlas, 1839, notes, circa 1930s-1940s.

8 13

New York City newspapers, The Evening Post;  New York City American, 1839, notes, circa 1930s-1940s.

8 14

New York City newspapers, Les courier des Etats-Unis;  New York Commercial Advertiser;  The Albion, 1839, notes, circa 1930s-1940s.

8 15

New York City newspapers, NY Mirror;  Evening Tattler;  Evening Star;  NY Times;  NY Spectator;  Emancipator;  Journal of Commerce;  Albion, circa 1930s-1940s.

8 16

New York City newspapers, NY Daily Express;  Knickerbocker;  Musical Review, 1839, notes, circa 1930s-1940s.

8 17

circa 1930s-1940s.

8 18

New York: Notices, announcements, etc. on music from the Commercial Advertiser, 1838, undated, notes, circa 1930s-1940s.

8 19

Philadelphia: Aurora General Advertiser excerpts, 1800-1802, 1935.

8 21

Philadelphia: Aurora General Advertiser excerpts, 1803-1805, 1935.

8 22

Philadelphia: Aurora General Advertiser excerpts, 1806-1807, 1935.

8 23

Philadelphia: Aurora General Advertiser excerpts, 1807-1808, 1935.

8 24

Philadelphia: Aurora General Advertiser excerpts, 1808-1809, 1935.

8 25

Philadelphia: Aurora General Advertiser excerpts, 1809-1811, 1935.

9 1

Philadelphia: Aurora General Advertiser, 1811-1812, 1935.

9 2

Philadelphia: Paulson's Daily American Advertiser, 1800-1811, 1935.

9 3

Philadelphia: Paulson's Daily American Advertiser, 1800-1811, 1935.

9 4

Philadelphia Newspapers, 1808: Aurora General Advertiser, 1956.

9 5

Philadelphia Newspapers, 1811-1812, Paulson's Daily American Advertiser, 1935.

9 6

Philadelphia Newspapers, 1813-1815, Paulson's Daily American Advertiser, 1935.

9 7

Philadelphia Newspapers, 1815, Paulson's Daily American Advertiser, 1935.

9 8

Philadelphia Newspapers, 1816, Paulson's Daily American Advertiser, 1935.

9 9

Philadelphia Newspapers, 1817, Paulson's Daily American Advertiser, 1935.

9 10

Philadelphia Newspapers, 1817, Paulson's Daily American Advertiser, 1935.

9 11

Philadelphia Newspapers, 1828, undated.

9 12

Philadelphia Newspapers, 1831, undated.

9 13

Philadelphia Newspapers, 1832, undated.

9 14

D. Other research materials.

Box Folder

Anonymous requiem manuscript, photocopy, undated.

9 25

Appraisals, 1971-1982, undated.

9 26

Auden, W.H. and Chester Kallman, music by Nicolas Nabokov, photocopy of libretto to "Love's Labour Lost", undated.

9 15

Berlioz, undated.

9 27

Brahms, photographs, undated.

9 28

Catalog of Orchestral and Choral Compositions Published and in Manuscript between 1790 and 1840 from the Library of the Musical Fund Society of Philadelphia (Albrecht marked copy), 1974.

9 29

Composer Index for Instrumental Music Printed or Copied in Manuscript before 1700, undated.

9 30

Dewey classification schedule for music, 780, undated.

9 31

Farnaby, Gils, notes and correspondence relating to manuscript of Psalms of David composed by Farnaby, 1914-1952, undated.

8 20

First Performances of Musical Productions in Boston, 1801-1811, undated.

9 32

Gottschalk, undated.

9 33

Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians, 1971-1973.

9 34

Handel solo flute sonatas (nos. 6-9, incomplete), sheet music, undated.

9 24

"International Music from a Small Country" by Dr. Andris Briner, typed lecture, 1957.

8 5

International Piano Library, brochures and bulletins, 1967, undated.

8 6

Krauss, libretto, undated.

9 35

Manuscripts, photocopy.

9 16-17

Miscellaneous lists, 1938-1970, undated.

8 9

Miscellaneous printed journals, book lists and periodicals, 1954-1967.

8 10

Music departments, American universities and colleges, undated.

9 36

Music in Philadelphia, undated.

9 37

Music on stamps, undated.

9 38

Music stamps, notecards, undated.

26

Music Reference and Research Materials: A Union List of Holdings in Pennsylvania Libraries, 1978.

9 39

Music related pamphlets, undated.

9 40

Musical scores/notated music, undated.

9 41
Drawer Folder

Musical scores/notated music, undated.

107
Box Folder

Musicians autograph letters, photocopies, undated.

10 1

Musik in Geschichte und Gegenwart, 1959.

10 2

New Orleans opera, 1961.

10 3

Notebook, Census of Autograph Music Compositions by European Composers in the USA, undated.

10 4

Notebook, European music manuscripts in US libraries, undated.

10 5

Notebook, French opera, undated.

10 6

Notebook, German lieder before Schubert, undated.

10 7

Notebook, "Imperfect copies" and other topics, undated.

10 8

Notebook, Lists of private music collections around the world, undated.

10 9

Notebook, Lexica of musical sources, undated.

10 10

Notebook, Music in America to 1860, undated.

10 11

Notebook, "Music in Philadelphia in the Year 1833", undated.

10 12

Notebook, Music in Philadelphia libraries, undated.

10 13

Notebook, New Orleans opera, undated.

10 14

Notebook, New Orleans opera, undated.

10 15

Notebook, Operas, undated.

10 16

Notebook on Song, undated.

10 17

Notebook, Vita Metrica St. Nicholas, undated.

10 18

Opera, notecards, undated.

23 1-13

Opera in America, undated.

10 19

Opera in Philadelphia, undated.

10 20

Opera in Philadelphia, undated.

10 21

Opera in Philadelphia, notecards, undated.

23 14-17

Pierpont Morgan Library, 1970-1972.

10 22

Printed choral music inventory, undated.

10 23

Private collections, undated.

10 24

Resources of American Music History, 1976, 1979.

10 25

Robert Franz lieder index, undated.

10 26

"The Role of the Empire in the Radiation of the Northern Repertoire, 1500-1530", undated.

10 27

Schubert songs, undated.

10 28

Seller catalogs: Dutch, 1959-1975.

9 18

Seller catalogs: English, 1940-1968.

9 19-21

Seller catalogs: French, circa 1960s.

9 22

Seller catalogs: German, 1925, 1950s-1960s.

9 23

Tars of Tripoli, undated.

10 29

United States firsts, notecards.

23 18

Wolf-Mörika songs, notes, undated.

10 30

Wolf songs, undated.

10 31

Research notes, miscellaneous, undated.

11 1-4

Unidentified index cards, undated.

26-27

V. Writings.

Scope and Contents note

In Series V. "Writings," Albrecht’s own writings are arranged alphabetically by titles and include work he completed for dictionaries and encyclopedias such as the Grove Dictionary of Music and Die Musik in Geschichte und Gegenwart (MGG), as well as materials he wrote for publication in musicological and library periodicals. There are also a number of files on articles that seem never to have made it to print.

Box Folder

Adventures and Discoveries of a Manuscript Hunter, 1975.

11 5

Albrecht, Otto, 1969, undated.

11 6

America's Early Acquaintance with Beethoven, 1980, undated.

11 7

"Anyone with a love of music nowadays..." (on music in Philadelphia), undated.

11 8

Autographs of Viennese Composers in the USA, undated.

11 9

Beethoven Autographs in the United States, undated.

11 10

"Birthday on the beach" (on Albrecht's 80th birthday), 1983.

11 11

Bok, Mary Louise Curtis, undated.

11 12

The Brahms Centenary Exhibition, 1933.

11 13

Cataloging of Music for the University of Pennsylvania, 1950.

11 14

Clark, Hugh Archibald, 1971, undated.

11 15

Cohn, Arthur, 1972, undated.

11 16

Collections, private, 1977.

11 17

Crumb, George, 1972, undated.

11 18

Curtis, Mary Louise, undated.

11 19

"Dedal", undated.

11 20

Degrees in Music, American Universities, 1940.

11 21

Drinker, Henry Sandwith, undated.

11 22

18th Century Music in the University Library, 1937.

11 23

18th Century Music in the University Library, 1934.

8 4

English Pre-Romantic Poetry in Settings by German Composers, 1969-1970.

11 24

Erlebnisse und entdeckungen eines manuskript-jägers in USA, 1948.

11 25

Filadelfia: teatro musicale, 1954-1966.

11 26

Fleischer, Edwin A., undated.

11 27

"For last 6 months..." (on Goethe), undated.

11 28

"For Rex Crawford" (eulogy), 1976.

11 29

"For some time..." and "Mr. Merrick, Mr. Guest of honor" (on Sol Schoenbach), undated.

11 30

Francis Hopkinson, Music, Poet, and Patriot, 1938.

11 31

German Music and Musicians in Philadelphia, 1983.

11 32

Geothe and Beethoven, undated.

11 33

Goethe in Music, undated.

11 34

Haar, James, undated.

11 35

Heyer, Wilhelm, undated.

11 36

Johannes Brahms and Hans von Buelow, 1933.

11 37

Joseph Hopkinson and Hail Columbia, 1948.

11 38

Legatum de Chicagone ad Bodleianam - Collectio Hardingensis, 1981.

11 39

Marian Anderson: A Catalog of the Collections at the University of Pennsylvania Library, undated.

11 40

Microfilm Archives and Musicology, 1940.

11 41

Morgan Library, undated.

11 42

Mozart in Philadelphia, undated.

11 43

"Mrs. Kline and members of the Women's Committee" (on Philadelphia Orchestra), 1958.

11 44

Music Libraries in Philadelphia, 1939.

11 45

Musical Autographs from Monteverdi to Hindemith (book review), undated.

11 46

The Musical Fund Society's Archives, 1972.

11 47

Musical Life in Philadelphia, 1800-1830, undated.

11 48

Musical Life in Philadelphia, 1800-1830, undated.

11 49

Musical Treasures in the Music Library, 1972.

11 50

The Nürnberg Trials, 1983.

11 51

Opera in Philadelphia (incomplete), undated.

11 52

Opera in Philadelphia, 1800-1830, 1979.

11 53

Opera in Philadelphia, 1830-1860, undated.

11 54

Philadelphia, undated.

11 55

Philadelphia, undated.

11 56

Philadelphia, undated.

11 57

Philadelphia's Contribution to Music, 1982.

11 58

The Present State of Music Reference Works, undated.

11 59

Prolegomena to the History of Instruction in Music in the University of Pennsylvania, 1979.

11 60

Reference Works in Music, undated.

11 61

Serendipitous Searches for Seldom Seen Sources, 1983.

11 62

Serkin, Rudolf, undated.

11 63

"These three hitherto unpublished love songs...", undated.

11 64

"When I tell you that my first check..." (on membership in Music Library Association), 1981.

11 65

Miscellaneous incomplete typescripts, undated.

11 66

Reviews of Albrecht's "A Census", 1953-1954.

11 67

VI. American Musicological Society.

Scope and Contents note

In Series VI. American Musicological Society (AMS), researchers will find a small number of administrative files and conference handouts. There are also newsletters, information regarding the Philadelphia chapter, and a list of some masters' theses in musicology.

Box Folder

American Musicological Society, general, 1941-1982.

11 68

American Musicological Society, general, undated.

11 69

American Musicological Society newsletters, 1969, 1975-1976.

11 70

American Musicological Society - Philadelphia chapter, 1941-1942.

11 71

A Selective List of Masters' Theses in Musicology, 1970.

11 72

VII. Music Library Association.

Scope and Contents note

Series VII. Music Library Association (MLA) includes a small number of administrative files and conference handouts. Researchers will find newsletters and a citation as well.

Box Folder

Music Library Association, general, 1939-1984.

12 1

Music Library Association newsletters, 1971-1978.

12 2

Music Library Association citation, 1975.

12 3

VIII. University of Pennsylvania.

Scope and Contents note

Series VIII. University of Pennsylvania is divided into three subseries: A. Music Department, B. Music Library, and C. Other University of Pennsylvania materials. This series consists mostly of administrative files for both the Department of Music and the Music Library. Of note in the Music Library files are those which document particular collections of and gifts to the Music Library, captions from the many music exhibitions mounted by Albrecht (including for the exhibit of his own concert programs entitled, "Fifty Years of Looking and Listening"), Friends of the Music Library records, five folders of miscellaneous notes and inventories of musical works, and receipts, arranged alphabetically by company, mostly from music publishing and distribution companies which would have sold Albrecht materials for the Music Library. Other University of Pennsylvania Materials includes files of the Phi Beta Kappa, University of Pennsylvania Chapter and the University Senate.

A. Music Department.

Box Folder

Memorandum on the appointment and resignation of the chairman of the department of music in academic year 1968-1969, 1969.

12 4

Music degrees granted, 1960-1970.

12 5

Music department budgets, 1966-1971.

12 6

Music department description, circa 1980.

12 7

Music department faculty handbook, 1961.

12 8

Music department, general, 1932-1984.

12 9

Music department minutes, 1960-1966.

12 10

Music major evaluation examination, undated.

12 11

Report of the Department of Music, 1958.

12 12

Report of the Graduate Students to the Library Committee, 1981.

12 13

Department of Romance Languages, Doctors of Philosophy, 1975.

12 14

B. Music Library.

Box Folder

Albrecht sales of Music Library, undated.

12 15

Collections, Finzi, undated.

12 16

Collections, Hopkinson, 1931-1974.

12 17

Collections, Shapiro, undated.

12 18

Collections, Simpson, undated.

12 19

Collections, Simpson opera scores, 1967.

12 20

Exhibition captions, undated.

12 21

Exhibition captions, undated.

12 22

Exhibition captions, 1970.

12 23

Exhibition captions, 1974-1975.

12 24

Exhibition captions (related to Francis Hopkinson), undated.

12 25

Exhibition captions from "Fifty Years of Looking and Listening", undated.

12 26

Friends of the Music Library, 1971-1979.

12 27

Friends of the Music Library, 1979.

12 28

Friends of the Music Library accounts, 1983.

12 29

Friends of the Music Library budget summaries, 1971-1983.

12 30

Friends of the Music Library contributions, 1979.

12 31

Friends of the Music Library transmittals, 1971-1973.

12 32

Gifts from Otto Albrecht, 1950-1982.

12 33

Gifts from Byron Banghart, 1968.

12 34

Gifts from Walter Bethel, 1981.

12 35

Gifts from Dr. Boles, undated.

12 36

Gifts from H.T. Craven, 1973.

12 37

Gifts from Mrs. W. Rex Crawford, 1977, undated.

12 38

Gifts from Mrs. Henry Drinker, 1940-1965.

12 39

Gifts from Henry T. Hasapes, 1981.

12 40

Gifts from Russel Kingman, undated.

12 41

Gifts from Guy Marriner, 1952, 1971.

12 42

Gifts from Philadelphia Art Alliance, undated.

12 43

Gifts from Lyman Riley, 1976.

12 44

Gifts from Mrs. Max Rudolf, 1978.

12 45

Gifts from Ethelwyn Smith, 1871-1972.

12 46

Gifts from Mrs. Van den Arend, 1948.

12 47

Gifts from George B. Weston, undated.

12 48

Gifts from Samuel R. Wartman, 1978.

12 49

Gifts to the Music Library, 1940-1981.

12 50

Libraries newsletters, 1976-1979.

12 51

List of members of the Musical Club of University of Pennsylvania, undated.

12 52

Loans from Fleischer Music Collection to Penn, 1960.

12 53

Music exhibitions, 1965-1980.

12 54

Music Library annual reports, 1959-1965.

12 55

Music Library committee, 1981.

12 56

Music Library correspondence, 1939-1981.

12 57

Music Library duplicate sales invoices, 1968-1972.

12 58

Music Library, general, 1938-1980.

12 59

Music Library, miscellaneous catalog cards and order slips, undated.

12 60

Music Library orders, 1972-1974.

13 1

Music Library record of receipts, 1968-1971.

13 2

Music Library statistics, 1964-1977.

13 3

"Music Library xeroxes", 1973.

13 4

Music lists, 1930s-1980s.

13 5-9

Music Treasures in the University of Pennsylvania Libraries, undated.

13 10

Poster from book exhibit, "Fifty Years of Looking and Listening", undated.

13 11

Rare Books and Music Recently Stolen from the Library, 1977.

13 12

Receipts, 1951-1980.

13 13-35

Report of the systems planning committee, 1983.

13 36

Schatzki's book and print store, New York, 1942, 1972, undated.

13 37

C. Other University of Pennsylvania materials.

Box Folder

Phi Beta Kappa, University of Pennsylvania chapter, 1915-1956.

13 38

University of Pennsylvania miscellaneous materials, undated.

13 39

University Senate Records, 1952-1954.

13 40

University Senate Records, 1954-1957.

13 41

University Senate Records, 1957-1959.

13 42

IX. Programs.

Scope and Contents note

Series IX. Programs is arranged in three subseries: A. Programs, reviews, and ticket stubs collected in envelopes; B. Loose Programs; and C. Lists of Programs. The first subseries, "Programs, reviews, ticket stubs collected in envelopes," consists of concert, play, and opera programs, reviews of the performances, and ticket stubs for admission saved by Albrecht from 1920 to 1946. Pertinent information from the programs (such as works performed, names and biographies of performers, program notes and the like) and clippings of reviews from newspapers were carefully cut out by Albrecht and these materials were saved in small manila envelopes, one for each event. In a few cases, there are also notes about the performance cut out from Albrecht's diary, as well as lists of those attending the performance with him. These envelopes typically include the performer or composer, title of work, venue, and date of attendance written on them, as well as the occasional note about the performance. In one envelope from a performance of the Ziegfeld Follies on March 12, 1925 he saved a set of 3-D glasses (called "shadowgraph glasses" for use in the "Shadow Number"). The genres of music and theater represented by this group includes opera, symphony orchestra music, solo recitals and chamber music, plays, musicals, revues, and occasionally lectures.

B. Loose programs is made up of concert, play, and opera programs mostly collected by Albrecht during his lifetime. However, some of the programs come from before Albrecht's birth in 1899 or in his very young childhood, and it seems likely that these were collected by a family member, perhaps Albrecht's father. The date range of the programs is 1870 to 1984. With few exceptions (including those noted as being too early in time), most of the programs appear to have been from performances that Albrecht attended himself. He would often cut out the printed performance information from the physical program book and he sometimes annotated the programs in his own hand or using a typewriter. In addition to providing information about a particular performance (what he thought about it, or how it was performed), he might note the substitution of one composition for another, or one performer for another. For opera performances, in particular, Albrecht often included a number on the program, which indicated how many times he had seen that particular work up to that point in time. From looking at programs from his later years, researchers are given a sense of the magnitude of his lifetime of concert-going. For instance, over the course of his life he attended 6 performances of the opera Eugene Onegin, 9 performances of Der Rosenkavalier, 13 performances each of Götterdämmerung and Boris Godunov, 17 performances of The Marriage of Figaro, and 22 performances of Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg. Most of Albrecht's concert-going took place in Philadelphia, with New York City coming in second. He spent many summers in Europe and also took trips across the US, as well as to Mexico, Brazil, Argentina, and other destinations south of the border. Closer to home, he performed in or attended numerous student, faculty and guest performances at the University of Pennsylvania campus. Of note, Albrecht saw hundreds of performances of the Philadelphia Orchestra, and he saw pianist Sergei Rachmaninoff in recital over 10 times and violinist Fritz Kreisler in recital over 15 times. Other concert organizations, performing ensembles, or venues well represented in this grouping include the American Society of the Ancient Instruments, the Berkshire Music Center (Tanglewood), the Bethlehem Bach Festival (and Bach Choir of Bethlehem), the Chamber Music Association [of Philadelphia], the Chamber Music Society [of Philadelphia], the Chestnut Street Opera House, the Choral Arts Society, the Combs College of Music, the Contemporary Chamber Music Society of Philadelphia, the Curtis Institute of Music, the Ethical Culture Society, the Friends of Chamber Music Society, the Marlboro Music Festival, the Mask and Wig Club, the Metropolitan Opera House [in Philadelphia], the Musical Fund Society of Philadelphia, the Penn Athletic Club Musical Association, the Philadelphia All Stars Concert Series, the Philadelphia Art Alliance, the Philadelphia Civic Opera, the Philadelphia Coffee Concerts, the Philadelphia Conservatory of Music, the Philadelphia Forum, the Philadelphia Lyric Opera Company, the [Philadelphia] Savoy Company, the Philomathean Players [at University of Pennsylvania], the Powelton Village Music Festival, the Robin Hood Dell, the Rose Valley Chorus, and the Theatre of the Living Arts. Theater venues he frequented include the Adelphia Theatre, the Broad Street Theatre, the Forrest Theatre, the Garrick Theatre, the Hedgerow Theatre, and the Walnut Street Theatre. Albrecht also heard concerts while attending conferences such as the American Musicological Society, the Music Library Association, and others.

C. Lists of Programs consists of three notebooks which Albrecht kept during periods of his life. These include lists of operas heard by Albrecht, as well as playwrights and actors seen. Also, a wooden box contains notecards listing operas heard by Albrecht. On these cards Albrecht transcribed the composer, lyricist, and title of each opera, as well as information related to the particular performance, such as venue, performing ensemble, conductor, soloists, and even sometimes the names of those who attended the performance with Albrecht. He also frequently included on the cards his own notes about the particular performance.

A. Programs, reviews, and ticket stubs collected in envelopes.

Box Folder

Kreisler, [Recital], 1920 October 23.

14 1

Gabrilowitsch, [Recital], 1920 October 27.