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Harry Kruger Collection (MC 89)


Biographical Note

Harry Kruger was born in Atlanta, Georgia in 1929 and died there on October 9, 2009.  He was a music professor at Columbus State University from 1965 to 2000, and conducted the Columbus Symphony from 1965 to 1986.  He also founded the Middle Georgia Symphony orchestra in 1977 in Macon, Georgia and was its conductor, as well.


Scope and Content

The collection is mostly unprocessed, but includes several boxes of 78 rpms, and LPs, some apparently recorded at performances of the Columbus Symphony Orchestra in the 1970s and 1980s.  There is a partial, handwritten listing of performances in the administrative folder of the collection.

1910s - 2000s                                  19 boxes (23 l.f.)


Permission to Publish

Permission to publish material from the Harry Kruger Collection must be obtained from the Columbus State University Archives at Columbus State University.  Use of the following credit line for publication or exhibit is required:

Harry Kruger Collection(MC 89)
Columbus State University Archives
Columbus, Georgia


Provenance

Donated by Harry Kruger in 1987.  In addition, several recordings of Kruger conducting the Bowling Green State University Symphony Orchestra were later donated by Mrs. Dexter Jordan.


Box and Folder List

Series 1: Columbus Symphony Orchestra


Box 1

Folder 1 – Andy Anderson' (Manager) Correspondence

Folder 2 – Artifacts

This folder contains: Pipe – "Columbus College Fine Arts Hall" Stamp – "Investment! A & sound, 1981-1982 (Badge) – 3 Photos – Maestro's Baton

Folder 3 – Awards
This folder contains: National League of American Pen women Honors Harry Kruger, May 23, 1979 – 1984, 1987 Page One Awards – "The Rupert Foundation in Association with the British Broadcasting Corporation Sixth International Young conductors Awards", London, January 16/20, 1982 – Association of the United States Army Awards a Certificate of Commendation to The Columbus Symphony Orchestra

Folder 4 – Board Meetings, and Minutes I, 1977, 78, 79, 80, 81

Folder 5 – Board Meetings, and Minutes II, 1982, 83, 84, 85

Folder 6 – Bumper Stickers
This folder contains: "Columbus Symphony Making Great Music Come Alive!" – "Columbus Symphony That's the Ticket!" – "Columbus Symphony a &ound Investment"

Folder 7 – By-Laws

Folder 8 – Callaway Gardens, 1978, 1979
This folder contains: "Stepping Lively" – "Around the World in Music" – "Light and Lively" – "Broadway to Paris" – "A symphony in the Gardens" – "East Meet West" – "A Symphony in the Gardens" – "A World Premiere of Mozart's Horn Concerto 370B in E" – "Pops" – "Flag Day concert" – "Musical Memories Concert" – "Cole Porter Meets Mozart" – "a Salute to Show Business" – "Children concert" – "Symphony in the Gardens" June 3, 1979, June 10, 1979, June 17, 1979, June 24, 1979 – May 11, 1980, May 25, 1980, June 8, 1980, June 22, 1980, July 31, 1983, July 15, 1984, August 3, 1985 – "A Musical Salute to America" – "A Children concert" – "Light and Carefree" – "Broadway Plus" – "Shall we Dance?" – "A Mother's Day Concert" – Correspondence – "Reflections" Spring/Summer 1981 – "Chrysanthemum Festival, October 1984

Folder 9 – Cassettes: MVT # 1 for symphony Orchestra, 1995 Spencer Cleveland, Stan Hodgin: Beethoven, Symp. # 7, Sunday am 8/21/83, 1995

Folder 10 – Children's Appreciation Notes
This folder contains: The Brookstone School, Mrs. Jordan's Fourth Grade, 1984 – Westfield Schools, Perry, GA, 1980 – Waddell School, Mrs. Watkins's Fourth Grade, 1982 – Double Churches School, 4 Grade, 1982 – Wesley Heights School, Mrs. King, Second Grade, 1981 – Waddell School, Mrs. Watkins Fourth Grade, 1981 – Clubview Elementary, Mrs. Moore's First Grade – Dimon elementary School, Mrs. Harriet B. Barrow, 1980 – Correspondence

Folder 11 – Columbus Symphony Women's association Newsletters1979, 90, 81, 82, 83, 84, 85, 87
This folder contains: Vol. 1, # 1, Jan. 1979 – Vol. 1, # 2, February 1979 – Vol. 1, # 5, June 1979 – Vol. II, # 2, October 1979 – Vol. II, # 5, June 1980 – Vol III, # 1, Sept. 1980 – Vol. III, # 3, January 1981 – Vol. III, # 6, May 1981 – Vol. III, # 7, June 1981 – Vol. IV, # 2, Sept. 1981 – Vol. IV, # 2, October 1981 – Vol. IV, # 3, November/December 1981 – Vol. IV, # 4, January 1982 – Vol. IV, # 5, February 1982 – Bol. Iv, # 6, April 1982 – Vol. IV, # 7, May 1982 – Vol. V, # 1, September/October 1982 – Vol. VI, # 2, November/December 1982 – Vol. VI, # 3, December 1982 – Vol. VI, # 4, March 1983 – Vol. Vi, # 5, May 1983 – Vol. Vii, # 1, September/October 1983 – Vol. VIII, # 2, November/December 1983 – Vol. VIII, # 4, April/May 1984 – Vol. IX, # 1, September/October 1984 – Vol. IX, # 2, November/December 1984 – Vol. IX, # 3, January/February 1985 – Vol. Ix, # 4, March/April 1985 – Vol. IX, # 5, May/June 1985 – Vol. X, # 2, November/December 1985 – Vol. X, # 4, March/April 1986Vol. XI, # 2, Spring 1987 – Columbus Arts Council Newsletter, Vol. 17, # 2, November 1979

Folder 12 – Columbus symphony Women's Association, Miscellaneous, 1970s, 1980s
This folder contains: "Everything Old ...is New Again", September 30, 1982 – "A Fashion Entertainment and Champagne-Luncheon", April 3, 1979 – "Sunshine Sunday, March 9, 1980 – "New-York, New-York, a Fashion Entertainment and Champagne-Luncheon", March 5, 1980 – "Scent-imental" Fashions, March 11, 1986 – "A Gourmet tour", September 25, 1979 – "Around the World in Six Minutes", Kinder Concert, 1987 - Annual Membership Luncheon, May 17, 1984 – Correspondence – Brochures

Folder 13 – Committee Meetings, 1976, 78, 79, 80, 81, 82

Folder 14 – Competitions, Auditions, 1980s

Folder 15 – Conferences, Workshops... I, 1980s
This folder contains: American Symphony Orchestra League National Conference Sessions and Meetings for Conductors' Guild Members, Music directors, and conductors, Chicago, June 22/26, 1983 – National Conference, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, June 5/9, 1984 – Georgia High School Music Workshop, June 13/19 and June 20/26, 1982 – Musemont Fine Arts Camp, June 10/30 – Studies Abroad 1982 summer Programs – 1984, Music Festival, March 8, 1984 – Columbus Convention & Visitors bureau – Arts Management Seminars, September 20/26 –Innovative Regional Workshops to Assist You and Your Orchestra, 1980 – Conductor's Guild, ASOL Winter Symposium, 1981 – The American Symphony Orchestra League National conference, June 15/19, 1981 – Columbus college's Positive Learning Experiences, Spring 1981 – Six Regional Workshops, 1982 – Annual Convention GMEA, Jekyll island, January 28/30, 1982 – All-City Honor Orchestra Music clinics, January 15/16, 1982 – Suwannee Summer Music Center, June 26/August 1, 1982 – Music is Everybody's Language, March 7/13, 1983 – American Assistant Conductors Workshop, 1984 – 1982 Piano Teacher's workshop & Student Program, august 2/4, 1982 – The Florida Orchestra Workshops, January 24/26, 1985

Folder 16 – Conferences, Workshops... II, 1980s
This folder contains: American symphony Orchestra League National Conference, June 15/19, 1981, Dallas – Orchestra Management Seminars, 1981 – American Symphony Orchestra League Gulf Regional Workshop, November 7/8, 1980 – Mid-south Regional Workshop, January 30/31, 1981 – Chicago conference – Orchestra Management Seminar, August, 8/14, 1985 – Fantasies Conference – Mid-West International Band & Orchestra clinic, Dec. 16/20, 1986 – Georgia Music Educators Ass., Festival for Stage Band, Jazz Band, Lab Band – 1986/87 Conducting Workshops – The Louisville Regional Workshop, February 7/9, 1985 – Music Educators National conference, New Orleans, March 23/26, 1975 – Mid-South Regional Workshop, January 30/31, 1981

Folder 17 – Correspondence, 1970, 71, 72, 73, 74, 75, 76, 77, 78, 79, 80

Folder 18 – Correspondence, 1981, 82, 83, 84, 85, 86, 87

Folder 19 – Correspondence, 1993, 94, 96, 97, 98

Folder 20 – C.S.U., Columbus State University, 1990s

Box 2
Folder 1 – C.S.O., Columbus Symphony Orchestra, Miscellaneous

Folder 2 – Educational (Planning, Correspondence, 1980s

Folder 3 – Financial I, 1970s

Folder 4 – Financial II, 1980s

Folder 5 – Forming a Symphony, 1987
This folder contains: Legal documents of symphony Orchestras – Articles of Incorporation of Tucson Symphony Society and Amendments to Same Dated, May19, 1961, Jan. 21, 1971, May 4, 1978, Oct. 14, 1980 – Bylaws of the Oregon Symphony society – Bylaws of the Durham Symphony, Inc. – The Florida Orchestra, Inc. – Governing Boards of Symphony Orchestras – What the Governing Board of Trustees Needs to Know to Make the Orchestra Effective and successful – How to Build a Strong Association – My Definition of the Ideal Symphony Volunteer – Starting a Financial System for your Auxiliary – Nine Points for Volunteer Supervisors

Folder 6 – Fort Benning
This folder contains: Fort Benning Officers' Wives Club, March 5, 1983, May 8, 1982 – SCO, February 21, 1987 – The fort Benning Theater Guild Presents Boots Randolph and the Columbus Symphony Orchestra, January 21, 1977

Folder 7 – Gainesville Pro Musical concert Series, 1988, 89, 90, 92, 93
This folder contains: 1988/89 (Ruth Slenczynska, Robert Parris, Melanie Cramer and Nella Rigell, William Preucil and Carey Lewis) – 1989/90 Season (Christine Ko, Mary Akerman, Christopher O'Riley, Phyllis Bryn-Julson) – Theresa Santiago, March 5, 1996 – Alexander Shtarkman, March 4, 1997 – Dmitrij Teterin, October 25, 1994 – Christopher O'Riley, February 13, 1990 – 1992/93 Season (Lee Luvisi, Columbus College Quartet, Christopher Pulgram and Cary Lewis

Folder 8 – Grants

Folder 9 – Handwritten Notes I, 1980s

Folder 10 – Handwritten Notes II, 1984, 85, 86

Folder 11 – Handwritten Notes III, 1984, 85, 86

Folder 12 – Handwritten Notes IV, 1992, 93, 94, 97, 98, 99

Folder 13 – Handwritten Programs I, 1975, 76, 77, 78, 79

Folder 14 – Handwritten Programs II, 1980, 81, 82, 83, 85

Folder 15 – Kinder Concerts (Programs), 1970s, 1980s
This folder contains: "Symphony Sue", March 4, 1972 – "Key Concert", April 15, 1972 – "Symphony Sircus", November 11, 1972 – "It's a Small world", March 10, 1973 – "Music Under the Stars", April 23, 1973 – "It's a Musical World", March 9, 1974 – "Tiny Tots Concert", 1976/77 – "Happy birthday America", January 25, 1976 – "Sesame Street Symphony", January 30, 1977 – "We've got Rhythm", March 11, 1979 – "Country Notes & Western Hearts", February 14, 1982 – "A Symphony in space", February 13, 1983 – "Thriller", February 24, 1985 – "Slim Goodbody", February 19, 1984 – "Back to the Future", February 23, 1986 – "Around the World in Sixty Minutes", February 22, 1987

Box 3

Folder 1 – La Grange Symphony Orchestra, 1990s
This folder contains: Correspondence – Handwritten Notes – Programs – Financial – Newspaper clippings

Folder 2 – La Grange Symphony Orchestra, a Christmas Concert, 1991

Folder 3 – La Grange Symphony Orchestra, Activities, 1994
This folder contains: Correspondence – Handwritten Note – Programs: "Pops concert", April 9, 1994 – "Dr. Harry Kruger in concert", February 20, 1994 – "Spring concert", May 29, 1994

Folder 4 – La Grange Symphony Orchestra, Christmas Concert, December 3, 1995

Folder 5 – La Grange Symphony Orchestra, 1997
This folder contains: Minutes – Correspondence – Newspaper Clippings – Programs: "LSO in concert", November 30, 1997 – LSO in concert", February 16, 1997 – "Let Make Music", 1996/97 – "My Favorite Things", September 19, 1997 – Schedules

Folder 6 – La Grange Symphony Orchestra, 1998/1999
This folder contains: Correspondence – Minutes – Newspaper Clippings – Financial

Folder 7 – Liberace
This folder contains: "Liberace, Complete Life Story", 1954 – "Liberace by Candlelight" – "Liberace at the Piano", 1954 – Newspaper Clippings, 1950s

Folder 8 – List of Names (Board Members, Symphony Members), 1978/79 – 1979/80 – 1980/81 – 1981/82 – 1982/83 – 1983/84

Folder 9 – Macon symphony Orchestra, Master Agreement, 1995

Folder 10 – Mc Call, Alvin, 1982

Folder 11 – Medias, 1970s, 1980s

Folder 12 – Miscellaneous
This folder contains: Correspondence – Handwritten Notes – Brochures – "Mahler his time has come" by Leonard Bernstein in Hight Fidelity Magazine, September 1967 – "Columbia Artists, Solo Artists Preliminary List, Season 1981/82 – Georgia Arts Newsletter, Vol. 14, # 2, Spring 1980 – "The Virgin guide to Music Opera and Dance in London", October 1986 – The Rodgers & Hammerstein Concert Library – "Wolf Trap", 1981 Season – Columbia Artists, solo Artists & Attractions, Season 1981/82 – "In Tune" Peach State Public Radio: November 1986, December 1986, January 1987, February 1987

Folder 13 – Muscogee County School District, Department of Music Education, 1979, 82, 83, 84, 85, 86

Folder 14 – (Oversize) Music Scores + Parts

Folder 15 – Newsletters/Bulletin (School Related), 1980s
This folder contains: Columbus college News Bulletin: October 17, 1983 – February 6, 1984 – April 2, 1984 – June 18, 1984 – November 5, 1984 – November 18, 1986 – January 26, 1987 – Columbus Arts council Newsletters: 1981, 1983 – The Georgia Academy of Music, Summer Program, 1982 – "Tangle wood Music Center, Newsletter, summer 1985 – University System of Georgia, Faculty Newsletter, May 1981, Vol. 1, # 2 – Georgia Arts Newsletter: Vol. 10, # 1, September 1975, Vol. 10, # 4, June 1976 – University of Georgia Department of Music Newsletter, Vol. 1, # 2, Fall 1980 – Georgia Council for the Arts Newsletter, 1986 – aaup News: Vol. 6, # 1, Fall, 1979, Vol. 7, # 3, Spring 1981 – Fanfare, Vol. 1, # 1, Fall 1981

Folder 16 – Newspaper Clippings, 1960s, 1970s

Folder 17 – Newspaper Clippings, 1977

Folder 18 – Newspaper Clippings, 1978

Folder 19 – Newspaper Clippings, 1979

Folder 20 – Newspaper clippings, 1980

Folder 21 – Newspaper Clippings, 1981

Folder 22 – Newspaper Clippings, 1982

Folder 23 – Newspaper Clippings, 1983

Folder 24 – Newspaper Clippings, 1984

Folder 25 – Newspaper Clippings, 1985

Folder 26 – Newspaper Clippings, 1986

Folder 27 – Newspaper clippings, 1987

Folder 28 – Newspaper Clippings, No Date

Folder 29 – Newspaper Clippings I, Copies, 1970s, 1980s

Folder 30 – Newspaper clippings, Copies, 1970s, 1980s

Box 4

Folder 1 – Panama City, Florida, 1980s
This folder contains: Correspondence, Handwritten Notes – Brochures – "Bay Biz" Magazine: Autumn, 1986 – spring, 1987 – summer, 1987 – winter, 1987

Folder 2 – Patterson – Wainwright Genealogies, 1970s

Folder 3 – Personal Miscellaneous + Photos

Folder 4 – Pops Concerts (Programs), 1970s, 1980s

Folder 5 – Posters I

Folder 6 – Posters II

Folder 7 – Posters III (Oversize)

Folder 8 – Professional & Personal

Folder 9 – professional, 1976/77/78/79/80/81/82/84/85/87

Folder 10 – Programs, 1847 – 1946/47 – 1945 – 1946/47

Folder 11 – Programs I, 1968/69 – 1969/70 – 1971/72 – 1972/73 – 1973/74 – 1974/75 – 1975/76 – 1976/77 – 1977/78 – 1978/79 – 1979/80 – 1980/81 – 1981/82 – 1982/83 – 1983/84 – 1984/85 – 1985/86 – 1986/87

Folder 12 – Programs II, 1980/81 – 1981/82 – 1982/83 – 1983/84 – 1984/85 – 1985/86 – 1986/87

Folder 13 – Programs with Student's Annotation, 1977/78 - 1979/80 – 1981/82 – 1982/83 – 1983/84 – 1984/85 – 1985/86 – 1997/98

Folder 14 – Programs, Miscellaneous
This folder contains: Music Columbus college, 1971/72 – "To Our Nuts"January 15, May 4, 1987 – The Faculty concert Series, April 3, 1986 (Columbus college) – "Music a sound Investment", Georgia Music Educators, January 30, 1982 – C.C. Homecoming '86 – C.C. the Faculty Concert Series, January 11, 1987 – C.C. the Faculty Concert Series, November 19, 1981 – Southeastern Music Center, June 30, August 4, 1985 – Columbus Music Teachers Association "Around the world in Music", May 22, 1983 – Columbus Civic Chorale "A Mighty Fortress", October 30, 1983 – Springer Ballet Theater "The Nutcracker", December 1972 – "Everyone Ought to Have One" – "The sounds, the Fashions" September 22, 1983 – 1984 Music Festival, March 8, 1984 – Springer Opera House " A Christmas Carol", December 8/18, 1977 – Springer Opera House "Brigadoon", July 25, 1974 – C.S.O. "An Evening of Rodgers & Hammerstein", November 16, 1985 – The Tupelo Symphony "Atlanta Ballet, State Ballet Company of Georgia", February 3, 1979 – University of Michigan, Summer 1980 – and others

Box 5

Folder 1 – Programs C.S.O. I, 1960s, 1970s, 1980s
This folder contains: 1965/66 Concert Series – Harry Kruger with Thomas Brockman, October 11, 1966 – 1968/69 Concert Season – 1970/71 Concert Season – 1970/71 Concert Season – "Handel's Immortal Messiah", December 3, 1972 – 1971/72 Concert Season – 1972/73 concert Season – 1973/74 Concert Season – 1975/76 Concert Season – "Music Under the Stars", April 28, 1975 – 1976/77 Concert Season – 1977/78 Concert Season – "Music Under the Stars", April 29, 1979 – Hardaway High School Band Honoring the Columbus S.O., May 24, 1979 – "A Symphony in the Garden", June 10, 1979, June 3, 1979 – 1979/80 Concert Season – Chamber Orchestra concert, February 27 – "A Triple-Header", October 24, 1981/82 – 1980/81 Concert Season – "Mostly Mozart", March 8, 1981 – 1982/83 Concert Season – 1982 Music Festival – The Faculty Concert Series, 1983/84 – 1983/84 Concert Season

Folder 2 – Programs C.S.O.II, 1980s
This folder contains: The Columbus Symphony Gala, 12 May, 1984 – 1984/85 Subscription Series – Springer Opera House "My Fair Lady", September 13/29, 1984 – 1983/84 Concert Season – 1985/86 Subscription Series – "An Evening of Rodgers & Hammerstein", November 16, 1985 – "Old Fashion Day in the Park", April 14, 1986 – 1986/87 Subscription Series

Folder 3 – Programs I (Outside Columbus), 1970s, 1980s, 1990s
This folder contains: Macon Cherry Blossom Festival, March 20, 1983 – The Savannah Symphony, 1981/82 – Pittsburgh Ballet Theater "Giselle", March 3, 1982 – Southeastern Music Center, June 30, Aug. 4, 1985 – Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, 1987/88 Season – Spoleto Festival, 1978 – Auburn University Concert Choir and choral Union, April 27, 1982 – Ballet Creek Symphony Orchestra, 1982/83 Season – The Cleveland Orchestra, Blossom 1980 – Aspen Music Festival, 1981 – World festival of the Yiddish Spirit and the Celebration of Jewish Culture in Georgia and the South, 1981 – The Florida Music Festival, July 8, Aug. 3, 1981 – New York Festival Orchestra, July 13, Aug. 2, 1981 – Oklahoma Symphony Orchestra, 1983 Season – Albany Area Arts council, Spring 1984 – American Symphony Orchestra League, Season Ticket, 1973/74, 1974/75 – Macon, 1979 Dedication – The Savannah Symphony, 1982/83 Season – S.S.O. Diamond Jubilee Season, 1953/83 – Fairfax Symphony, 1980/81 Season – The Cleveland Orchestra, 1980/81 Season – Breward Musical Center, July 2, 1976 – Augusta Symphony Orchestra, 1976/77 Season – Albany, Winter 1984 – Macon Symphony Orchestra, 1997/98 Season

Folder 4 – Programs II (Outside Columbus)
This folder contains: New York Philharmonic, March 1987 – The Augusta Ballet Company, March 28, 1981 – The Atlanta Ballet, "The Tupelo Symphony", February 3, 1979 – The Tupelo Symphony Orchestra "The Dallas Ballet", December 8, 1979 – Mercer University Atlanta Department of Music, May 31, 1984 – Symphony Hall, Salt Lake City, Utah: November 6, 1979 – November 23, 24, 1979 – January 11, 12, 1980 – January 25, 26, 1980 – October 10, 11, 1980 – The Florida Orchestra, 1984/85 Season – The Civic Orchestra of Chicago, 1979/80 Season – Greensboro Symphony Orchestra, 1980/81 Season – The Cleveland Orchestra, 1980/81 Season – La Grange College "Hansel and Gretel", December 9, 10

Folder 5 – Programs III (Outside Columbus)
This folder contains: "In Tune" Peach State Public Radio, April 1986, March 1986, June 1986, May 1986, February 1986, September 1986 – Mercer University Atlanta Department of Music, Community Chamber Orchestra, May 31, 1984 – Atlanta symphony Orchestra, January 29, 1983 – Sunday serenades with the Symphony (Macon), November 15, 1981 – The Albany Symphony Orchestra, 1975/76 – The Augusta Opera, "La Boheme", 1976 – Tupelo Symphony Orchestra, The Dallas Ballet, The Nutcracker Ballet, December 8, 1979 – Atlanta Community Orchestra, November 8, 1982 – ICM Artists, the 1982/83 Season – Savannah Symphony 1980/81 – Bowling Green State University, 1961/62, 1962/63, 1963/64 Season – The Music Ministry of the First Baptist Church, Macon, GA, 1978 – Musemont Fine Arts Camp, June 12, 25, 1966 – Make it Macon – Georgia Music Educators Association 1977 Music Festival – Summer sounds, The Birmingham Symphony "Pops" Orchestra, 1973/74 Season

Folder 6 – Schedules I (CSO), 1973, 74, 78, 79, 80, 81, 82, 83, 84, 85, 86, 87

Folder 7 – Schedules II (CSO), 1984/85, 1986/87
This folder contains: Rehearsal/Concert Schedules – "The Georgia Association for Lyric Arts" Organizational Plan and 1981 Season, July 1989

Folder 8 – Schedules and Programs, 1972/73, 1973/74, 1975, 1976, 1977, 1978, 1979, 1981, 1984

Folder 9 – School/Student Related
This folder contains: Results of final All-State Auditions for Junior High Orchestra, January 28, 1982 – Student course Evaluation – Student Information sheet – Letters from Muscogee County School Children about Symphony concerts

Folder 10 – School/Teaching Related – Miscellaneous, 1970s, 1980s
This folder contains: Chamber Orchestra's Schedules – Agreement Between CSO and Muscogee School District – Librarian's Job Description and Duties with the CSO – All-State Application Georgia Music Educators Association, Inc. – Ludwig Kustig & Florian, Ltd., Artists Management, Season 1973/74 – Music Department Personnel (List) – Guest Artists for the 1979/80 Season – Definition of CSO Volunteer Committee Functions – Columbus, Georgia First Consolidated Government Proclamation – Correspondence – CSO Members (List) – Petition

Folder 11 – Schwob School of Music, 1990s
This folder contains: Correspondence – CSU WWW Information System Faculty Class List: Fall Semester 1998 – Final Teacher Course Load and Schedule, September 11, 1998 – Calendar, 1998, 1997, 1999 – Suggested Course of Study – CSU Fall 1998 Music Major Class Schedule – "Celebrate the Arts!", April 18,19, 1998 – Fall 1998 Teaching Assignment – Celebrate the Georgia Year for Arts Education, July 1, 1997, June 30, 1998 – Semester Course Offerings, June 2, 1997 – Classical Music and Dance Guide, May 1, 1998 – Schwob Concert Calendar, Fall Semester 1998 – Georgia Council for the Arts, GCA Reports – Handwritten Notes – drawings – Portfolio

Folder 12 – Schwob Department of Music Calendars, 1991/92, 1993

Folder 13 – Soloists I, 1960s, 1970s, 1980s
This folder contains: Correspondence

Folder 14 – Soloists II, 1980s
This folder contains: Correspondence – Brochures

Folder 15 – Soloists III, 1980s
This folder contains: Correspondence – Brochures

Folder 16 – Soloists IV, 1980s
This folder contains: Correspondence – Brochures

Folder 17 – Thank You Notes I, 1973, 74, 75, 76, 77, 78, 79

Folder 18 – Thank You Notes II, 1980, 81

Folder 19 – Thank You Notes III, 1982, 83, 84, 85, 86, 87

Folder 20 – Thank You Notes IV, No Dates

Folder 21 – Urban/Community Symphony Orchestras, Comparative Report, 1972/73, 1973/74, 1974/75 (Oversize)

 

Series 2: Middle Georgia Symphony Orchestra


Box 1

Folder 1 – Administrative Material, 1970s, 1980s

Folder 2 – Correspondence Folder 3 – Financial, 1980s

Folder 3 – Handwritten Material I, 1980s

Folder 4 – Handwritten Material II, 1980s

Folder 5 – Members, 1980s

Folder 6 – Middle Georgia Symphony Orchestra, Miscellaneous, 1980s
This folder contains: Adrian Gnam, Music Director and conductor, Macon Symphony Orchestra, 1983/84 – Program for the 1979 Dedication of Macon's City Auditorium – Discover Macon – "A Tribute to Arthur Fielder", January 26, 1980 – The MGSO, February 17, 1980 – Verdi Requiem, January 27, 1979 – Prospectus for the Middle Georgia Symphony Orchestra Season 1979/80

Folder 7 – Newspaper Clippings, 1980s

Folder 8 – Programs I, 1978, 79, 80, 81
This folder contains: Correspondence - Prospectus for the Middle Georgia Symphony Orchestra, Season 1977/78, 1979/80 - Super Sunday Series, 1980/81 - – MGSO 1978/79 Season – MGSO, Saturday Pops Benefit concert, Bidder's Suite II, 1981 – MGSO Presents Linda Lane, February 21, 1981 – Carl Orff, Carmina Burana, April 25, 26, 1981

Folder 9 – Programs II, 1978, 79, 80, 81
This folder contains: The MGSO Robert McDuffie, Violinist, January 29, 1978 – MGSO, Edward Eikner, Pianist, May 8, 1978 – MGSO, David Northington, Pianist, November 19, 1978 – MGSO, Verdi Requiem, January 27, 1979 – MGSO, Barbara Altman, Cellist, April 8, 1979 – MGSO, Robert McDuffie, Violin, Olga Rostropovich, Cello, Alexander Piskunov, Piano, November 11, 1979 – MGSO, February 17, 1980 – MGSO, Sandra Walker, Mezzosoprano, April 20, 26, 1980 – Sunday Serenades with the Symphony, November 15, 1981

Folder 10 – Programs III, 1982, 1983
This folder contains: MGSO Pops Benefit concert IV, 1982 – 1982/93 Season – HI-Notes from the NGSO, January 1983 – Welcome to the MGSO Pops concert, 1983 – Music at Mercer

Folder 11 – Programs IV, 1982, 1983
This folder contains: Sunday Serenades with the Symphony, April 25, 1982 – Brandenburg Concerto # 2 in F with Trumpet David Hickman, 1982 – Symphony # 9, March 13, 1983 – MGSO, Benita Valente, Soprano, April 17, 1983

Folder 12 – Schedules, 1980s

Folder 13 – Soloists, 1980s

Folder 14 – Thank You Notes and Appreciation, 1980s
Posters: "String Along with Us!", MGSO, 1981/82 Season

 

Series 3: Employment


Box 1

Folder 1 – Conductor Guild, 1980s
This folder contains: Correspondence – Newsletter, Vol. 6, # 3, summer 1983, Vol. 1, # 2, spring 1980, Vol. 8, # 3, summer 1985 – Workshops – Symposium – CG 1985 Membership Directory – CG 1981 Membership Directory – 1980 Membership Directory – Job Announcements, 1987
Folder 2 -- Employment, 1968, 70, 71, 72, 73, 74, 75

Folder 3 – Employment 1976, 78

Folder 4 – Employment 1979

Folder 5 – Employment 1980

Folder 6 – Employment 1981

Folder 7 – Employment 1982

Folder 8 – Employment 1983

Folder 9 – Employment, January, February, March, 1984

Folder 10 – Employment, May, June, July, August, September, October, November, December, 1984

Folder 11 – Employment I, 1985

Folder 12 – Employment II, 1985

Folder 13 – employment I, 1986

Folder 14 – Employment II, 1986

Folder 15 – employment 1987

Folder 16 – Employment No Dates

Folder 17 – The New England Conservatory of Music I, Placement Bulletin, 1980, 81, 84, 85

Folder 18 – The New England Conservatory of Music II, Placement Bulletin, 1986, 87

 

Series 4: Reference Material


Box 1

Folder 1 – Bandwagon (Magazine), 1975
This folder contains: # 75, # 78, # 89, # 92

Folder 2 – BMI – The Many worlds of Music (Magazine) I, 1977, 1980, 1982, 1983
This folder contains: Issue 1, 1977 – Issue 2, 1980 – Issue # 3, 1982 – Issue # 1, 1983 – Issue # 4, 1983

Folder 3 -- BMI – The Many Worlds of Music (Magazine) II, 1984, 1985
This folder contains: Issue # 3, 1984 – Issue # 4, 1984 – Issue # 2, 1985 – Issue # 3, 1985 – Issue # 4, 1985

Folder 4 – Catalogues – Handbooks, etc.... I, 1980s
This folder contains: Pops Library (List) – G. Schirmer Associated Music Publishers "Rental & Performance Guide, Supplement, 1981 – Edwin F. Kalmus "Orchestra Catalog", April 1980 (2 copies) – Edwin F. Kalmus "Orchestra Catalog", 1980, 1981 (2 copies) – Catalogue of Orchestrations of songs, Arias and Extractions from Operas and Choral Works, 1980, 1981 – Edwin F. Kalmus Music Publications "Reference Catalog", 1982, 1983 – Dover Publications "Music and Books on Music"

Folder 5 – Catalogues, Handbooks, etc.... II
This folder contains: Correspondence - Savannah Symphony Library Contents, May 1969 – Music List – Edwin F. Kalmus "Orchestra Catalog", 1981, 1982 (2 copies) – Orchestral Music for Pops Concerts from alexander Broude, Inc. – "Symphonic/Pops Rental Catalog", United Artists Music, 1982 – Boelke-Bomart Publications, Mobart Music Publications "Complete Catalogue, 1982 – "The Mantovani Orchestra" Program – "Musicians Publications for Symphony Orchestra"- Columbia Artists, Solo Artists Preliminary List, Season 1983-1984 – Sam Fox Music Sales Corporation "Orchestra and String Orchestra Programs" – "The Music Mart" Music List 1983, 1984 – "MadAmina!" a Chronicle of Musical Catalogues, Fall 1982

Folder 6 – Catalogues Handbooks, etc.....III
This folder contains: Correspondence – Kalmus Orchestra Catalogue, 1983, 1984 - Birmingham Symphony Library, 1970 – "New Arrangements for Symphony Orchestra" from "Pops", Catalog 6, 1979, 1980 – Savannah Symphony Music List, September 1981 – "Galaxy Highgate" Orchestral Catalogue, September, 1983 – "Artists & Attractions" 1984, 1985 Season

Folder 7 – Catalogues Handbooks, etc....IV
This folder contains: Georgia Music Educators Association "Handbook" 1979, 1980 – "The Musician's Guide", December 1980 – Catalogue of Orchestrations of songs, Arias and Extractions from Operas and Choral Works, 1982 – Edwin F. Kalmus, Orchestra Catalogue, 1979, 1980 – Edwin F. Kalmus, Orchestra Catalogue, 1978, 1979 – HD, Orchestra Directors Guide, 1982, 1983 – Edwin F. Kalmus, Conductor's Large Orchestra Score Catalogue, January 1984 – Boosey & Hawkes Scores, March 1982 – Edwin F. Kalmus, Conductor's Large Orchestra Score Catalogue, 1982 – Gerard & Billaudot Editeur, Catalogue d'Orchestre – B&H, Rental Catalog, 1979 supplement

Folder 8 – Catalogues, Handbooks, etc.... V
This folder contains: Edwin F. Kalmus, Conductor's Large Orchestra Score Catalogue, January 1983 – Luck's Music Library, January 1983 – Warner Bross, Rental Catalog – Luck's Music Library, Orchestra Catalog, 1982, 1983 (2 copies) – Schawnee Press, Inc., Instrumental Music Catalog – Luck's Music Library, Music for Orchestra, 1979, 1980

Folder 9 – Catalogues, Handbooks, etc....VI
This folder contains: Correspondence – Georgia Music Educators Association, Inc., 1977/78 Handbook – Program Music Resources, Inc., 1983 Annotated Catalog & Buyer's Guide – "New Ways", Vol. 1, # 2, spring 1985 – Wenger, 1985 Budget Planning Catalog for Band and Orchestra – Schirmer Books, Music and the Performing Arts New and Recent Publications, 1986, 1987

Folder 10 – Columbus Magazine, 1983, 1984
This folder contains: May/June 1983 – January/February, 1984

Folder 11 – Conductor's Guild Newsletters, Membership Directory... 1980s
This folder contains: Vol. 8, # 2, Winter 1986, Spring 1987 – Vol. 9, # 1, Summer 1986 – Vol. 9, # 3, Summer 1987 – Vol. 4, # 4, Fall 1981 – Vol. 7, # 2, Spring 1984 – Conductor's Guild 1982-83 and 1983-84 Membership Directory – 1983/84 Season -

Folder 12 – Conductor's Guild (Journal of the...), 1980, 1981, and 1984
This folder contains: Vol. 1, # 4, Fall 1980 – Vol. 1, # 3, Summer 1980 – Vol. 2, # 2, Spring 1981 – Vol. 4, # 2, Spring 1981 – Vol. 2, # 4, Fall 1981 – Vol. 2, # 1, Winter 1981 – Vol. 2, # 1, Winter 1981 – Vol. 3, # 3, Summer 1982 – Vol. 5, # 3, Summer 1984

Folder 13 – Educational Brochures I
This folder contains: Fine Arts at Columbus College – Columbus Music Teachers Association, 1979/80 – The women's Committee of the Cleveland Orchestra, 1980, 1981 – Required Music List, 1983, 1984 – Atlanta Arts, March 1987 – Tanglewood Music Center, July/August 1986 – Aspen Music School, Summer 1985 – Southeastern Music Center, 1983 – Columbus college Music Department – The Sixth Columbus college Alumni Recognition Banquet, April 16, 1977 – Columbus College Fine Arts, 1971 – Guide to Georgia, January 1973 – A Position Paper of the Georgia Music Educators Association – Georgia Music Educators Association, Handbook, 1981, 1982 – 1985, 1987 – 1983, 1985 – Aspen Music School, summer 1981

Folder 14 – Educational Brochures II
This folder contains: Muscogee Music Project, 1972 – invest in Your Self! Through continuing Education at Columbus College, summer 1980 Catalog – Plunge into summer, Continuing Education Division, summer 1982 – Color Your Future, Continuing Education, fall 1981

Folder 15 – Educational Brochures III
This folder contains: Sounds from the Department of Music, Georgia State University, fall 1979 – Sounds, spring 1981 – Metropolitan Life Insurance Company, Statistical Bulletin, Vol. 61, # 4, October/December 1980 – The Los Angeles Philharmonic Institute, 1984 – The Cleveland Orchestra, August 23, 1980 – The Washington International Arts Letter – The Aaron Copland School of Music – Georgia Council for the Arts, Guide to Programs, 1983, 84 – The Florida Orchestra – High School Chamber Music Workshop, Columbus College, February, 1985 – News from Georgia Citizens for the Arts, winter 1985 – 1982 Georgia Junior High School All-State Band and Orchestra, January 30, 1982 – Aaup News, Vol. 7, # 1, fall 1980 – Warm up to a New Idea, Continuing Education at Columbus College, winter 1982

Folder 16 – Fanfare Newsletters, 1980's
This folder contains: Vol. 1, # 1, fall 1981 – Vol. 2, # 2, winter 1983 – Vol. 2, # 1, winter 1983 – Vol. 2, # 2, spring 1983 – Vol. 3, # 3, spring 1984 – Vol. 4, # 1, fall 1984 – Vol. 4, # 2, winter 1985 – Vol. 4, # 3, spring 1985 – Vol. 5, # 1, fall 1985 – Vol. 6, # 1, fall 1986 – Vol. 5, # 2, winter 1986

Folder 17 – Festivals
This folder contains: Summer Opera & Music Festivals in Europe, 1982 – Tanglewood, June 30, August 27 – Tanglewood, 1986 – Aspen music Festival, 39th Season, 1987 -

Box 2

Folder 1 – Georgia Music News I (Magazine), 1974, 75, 77, 78
This folder contains: Music Educators Journal, October 1974, October 1875, September 1977 – Georgia Music News, Vol. 36, # 2, November 1975, Vol. 41, # 4, May 1981

Folder 2 – Georgia Music News II (Magazine), 1981, 82, 85
This folder contains: Georgia Music News Vol. 42, # 1, September 1981, Vol. 42, # 2, November 1981, Vol. 43, # 1, September 1982Vol. 46, # 1, September 1985, Vol. 42, # 3, February 1982, Vol. 43, # 3, February 1983 – Music Educators Journal, May 1985

Folder 3 – Magazines (Miscellaneous), 1970s, 1980s
This folder contains: "Viol" Magazine, Vol. 1, # 2, January 1976, Vol. 2, # 2 – "Musical America", May 1987 – "Image", Vol. 8, # 2, February 1985 – NOA News, spring 1986 – Orchestra News, Vol. XIV, # 3, December 1975 – "Catalyst", fall 1975 – "The Musical Arts Association", the Cleveland Orchestra Annual Report 1978/79 – "Association of Urban and Community Symphony Orchestras, Vol. 1, Charter Issue, October 1975 – "Allegro", Vol. 3, #3, March 1980 – Georgia council of the Arts Newsletter, winter 1984 – Scherl & Roth Orchestra News, Vol. XVII, # 2, fall 1979 – "Atlanta Arts", February 1981 – "Wenger" 1981/82 – Columbia Artists Management Inc., 5oth anniversary, 1930/1980 – "sounds" winter 1978

Folder 4 – Magazines, Newsletters, 1980s
This folder contains: Department of Music Newsletter, Vol. 2, # 1, spring 1981 – Georgia Arts Newsletter, Vol. 17, # 2, spring 1981, Vol. 18, # 2, April 1982, Vol. 17, # 3, summer 1981 – "Sharps and Flats" July 1980 – Arts Resources in Georgia 1974 – "Musical Heritage Review", Vol. 7, # 14, 1983 – Madison-Morgan Cultural Center Newsletter, Vol. XII, # 3, July 1987 – Emile&Baran Newsletter

Folder 5 – Miscellaneous Brochures
This folder contains: Correspondence – Land Records, GA – "The Greenhouse-Garden Complex", Pine Mountain, GA – Callaway Gardens Newsletter, spring 1982 – Disney Audition Tour, 1985 – "Faith" – Summer in Aspen – Make it Macon – "The Lamp", fall 1983

Folder 6 – Music Educator Journal (Magazine), 1977, 1982
This folder contains: March 1977, October 1982 – April 1976

Folder 7 – Opus 91 (Magazine), 1983
This folder contains: June 1983, August 1983, September 1983, November 1983, and December 1983

Folder 8 – Symphony Magazine I, 1980, 1981
This folder contains: December 1980, June/July 1981, and December 1981

Folder 9 – Symphony Magazine II, 1982
This folder contains: February/March 1982, summer Festival Issue, 1982, August/September 1982, October/November 1982, and December 1982

Folder 10 – Symphony Magazine III, 1983, 1984
This folder contains: June/July 1983, December 1983, February/March 1984, and April/May 1984

Folder 11 – Symphony Magazine IV, 1984, 1985, 1986, 1987
This folder contains: June/July 1984, August/September 1985, December 1986, April/May 1987, and June/July 1987

Folder 12 – Symphony News I, 1973, 1974, 1975, 1976
This folder contains: Vol. 24, # 5, October/November 1973 – Vol. 25, # 1, February/March 1974 – Vol. 25, # 2, May 1974 – Vol. 25, # 3, June 1974 – Vol. 25, # 4, August/September 1974 – Vol. 26, # 5, October 1975 – Vol. 27, # 2, April 1976

Folder 13 – Symphony News II, 1976, 1977, 1978
This folder contains: Vol. 27, # 3, June 1976 – Vol. 27, # 4, August 1976 – Vol. 28, # 2, April 1977 – Vol. 28, # 4, August 1977 – Vol. 28, # 5, October 1977 – Vol. 28, # 6, December 1977 – Vol. 29, # 5, October 1978

Folder 14 – Technical Magazines, 1984, 1985, 1986
This folder contains: June 1984 – December 1984 – June 1985 – June 1986


Audio Recordings

[Processor's note – The following boxes of 78s and LPs were re-boxed in August of 2018.  They were removed from cubic foot boxes and placed in smaller, more easily lifted boxes.  Most of the folders are old and were apparently re-used from an even earlier arrangement and do not match the current box numbers.  These folders need to be replaced with acid-free ones that reflect the current box and file information.]

There is no discernable order to their arrangement.  There is, however, a label attached to many of the 78s that might indicate an index referent.  The label information is included in brackets for each entry where there is a label.

With a few exceptions, the physical condition of the 78rpm records ranges from poor (dirty and/or worn) to terrible (chipped, cracked and/or broken).]

Box 1

Folder 1 – [S-68-24-115] "Waters of Waikiki" and "Isles of Ochu", Frank Ferrera, Columbia

Folder 2 – [S-68-24-119] "The Barefoot Trail" and "Lassie O'Mine", Oscar Seagle, Columbia

Folder 3 – [S68-24-52] "Doggin Me Blues" and "Brown Skin Blues", Lilian Glinn, Columbia

Folder 4 – [S68-24-105] "Golden Showers" and "Hawaiian Sunset", Ferrera Quintet, Columbia

Folder 5 – [S-68-24-107] "When I Send You a Picture of Berlin", sung by Arthur Field and Peerless Quartette and "Your Lips are No Man's but Mine", sung by Campbell & Burr, Columbia

Folder 6 – [S-68-24-11] "What a Friend We Have in Jesus" and "Abide with Me", sung by Henry Burr, Columbia

Folder 7 – [no label] "La Mia Canzone" (Tosca) and "Because" (D'Hardelot), sung by Enrico Caruso, RCA Victor

Folder 8 – [S-68-24-57] "My Blue Ridge Mountain Home" and "Death's Shadow Song", Vernon Dalhart & Charles Wells, Columbia

Folder 9 – [S-68-24-2] "River of Jordan" and "Couldn't Hear Nobody Pray", Fisk University Jubilee Singers, Columbia

Folder 10 – [S-68-24-130] "Bill Bailey, Won't You Please Come Home" and "Are You from Dixie?" Young Brothers Tennessee Band, Columbia

Folder 11 – "Absent" and "Good Night, Little Girl, Good Night", Lewis James, Columbia

Folder 12 – [S-68-24-113] "Meet Me, Sweet Kathleen in Honeysuckle Time", Fred Helf, Columbia and "Winter Song", F.E. Bullard, Columbia

Folder 13 –"I Just Won't Hay" and "It's just too bad", Barbecue Bob, Columbia
[Processor's note – Folder 13 was missing as of August, 2018]

Folder 14 – [S-68-24-123] "Where the Lazy Mississippi Flows" and "I Lost my Heart to You", Sasha Jacobsen, Columbia

Folder 15 – [S-68-24-124] "April Showers" and "June Moon", Eddie Elkins Orchestra, Columbia

Folder 16 – [S-68-24-129] "Jesus Prayed" and "Life's Railway to Heaven", Smith's Sacred Singers, Columbia

Folder 17 – [S-68-24-126] "Going on Down Town" and "Mississippi Sawyer", Gid Tanner & his Skillet Lickers, Columbia

Folder 18 – [S-68-24-3] "Carry me Back to Virginia" and "The Old Oaken Bucket", Stellar Quartette, Columbia

Folder 19 – [S68-24-131] "Jacob Rassled with the Angel" and "Elijah the Key Man", Rev. J.M. Gates & Congregation, Okeh Electric

Folder 20 – [S-68-24-54] "New Prison Blues" and "Fo Day Blues", Peg Leg Howell, Columbia

Folder 21 – [S-68-24-56] "Slippery Elm Tree" and "The Old Mule", Len & Joe Higgins, Columbia

Folder 22 – [S-68-24-127] "Ringtail Blues" and "Bluin' the Blues", Wilbur Sweatman's Original Jazz Band, Columbia

Folder 23 – [S-68-24-75] "The Two Roses" and "Juanita", Archibald Brothers Quartette, Columbia

Folder 24 – "Sunrise and You" and "The Green Hills of Ireland", James Melton, Columbia

Folder 25 – [S-68-24-111] "Don't Bring Me Posies" and [illegible], Columbia

Folder 26 – [S-68-24-92] "You Didn't Want Me When You Had Me" and "That's Worth...Waiting For", Irving Kaufman, Columbia

Folder 27 – "Valencia" and "The Blue room", The Revelers, RCA Victor

Folder 28 – [S-68-24-117] "Hawaiian Nights" and "Sweet Hawaiian Moonlight", Kalaluki Hawaiian Orchestra, Columbia

Folder 29 – [S-68-24-5] "The Jolly Blacksmiths", Haydn Quartet, RCA Victor

Folder 30 – "Golden Days" and 'Drinking Song" Paul Baron Orchestra and Chorus, Majestic

Folder 31 – "Deep in My Heart, Dear" and "Serenade", P.B. Orchestra, Majestic

Folder 32 – "Melody of Love" and "None but the Lonely Heart-Waltz", Wayne King & His Orchestra, His Master Voice (BROKEN)

Folder 33 – "Winter Time Blues", Mississippi Sheiks, Okeh Electric and "Alberta Blues", Mississippi Sheiks, Okeh Electric
[This folder was missing as of August, 2018]

Folder 34 – [S-68-24-43] "Good Bye Broadway, Hello France", Peerless Quartet and "Throw no Stones in the Well that Gives You Water", Arthur Fields, Columbia

Folder 35 – "You May be Lonesome" and "I Had Someone Else Before I Had You", The Whispering Pianist, Columbia

Folder 36 – [S-68-24-132] "I'm Forever Blowing Bubbles" and "Till we Meet Again", Bob Nichols & Riley Puckett, Columbia

Folder 37 – [S-68-24-60] "Black Star Line" and "My Jamaica", George & Roscoe, Columbia

Folder 38 – "Then I'll Find my Paradise", James Harrod and "Are You from Heaven", Henry Burr, Columbia

Folder 39 – [S-68-24-39] "Death's Shadow Song" and "My Blue Ridge Mountain Home", Vernon Dalphart & Charlie Wells, Columbia

Folder 40 – [S-68-24-136] "Dallas Blues" and "Has Anybody Seen my Corinne", Wilbur Sweatman's Original Jazz Band, Columbia

Box 2

Folder 1 – [S-68-24-51] "Somebody" and "Susan", Prince's Dance Orchestra, Columbia

Folder 2 – [S-68-24-77] "Memories of Spring" and "Fraternity", Spanish String Orchestra, Columbia

Folder 3 –[S-68-24-128] "Leave Me with a Smile" and "How Many Times", Happy Six, Columbia

Folder 4 – [S-68-24-79] "Painting the Clouds with Sunshine" and "Forever", The Knickerbockers, Columbia

Folder 5 – "The Letter Edged in Black" and "Zeb Turney's Gal", Al Craver, Columbia

Folder 6 – "The Alcoholic Blues" and "I'm Going to Settle Down Outside of London Town", Billy Murray, Columbia

Folder 7 – [S-68-24-114] "The Downfall of Nebuchadnezzar" and "I've Even Heard of Thee", Rev. J. Burnett, Columbia

Folder 8 – [S-68-24-116] "That's the [?] Sunny South", Irvin Kaufman, Columbia – "If I was you", Irvin Kaufman, Columbia

Folder 9 – "Uncle Fud" and "I'm in Love with a Married Man", Dorothy Shay, Columbia

Folder 10 – [S-68-24-81] "My One and Only", Clicquot Club Eskimos and "It's Wonderful", Ipana Troubadours, Columbia

Folder 11 – [S-68-24-55] "When You're Gone, I Won't Forget" and "When I'm Gone, You'll Soon Forget", Riley Puckett, Columbia

Folder 12 – [S-68-24-53] "Fox Chase" and "The Arkansaw Traveler", Gid Tanner & R. Puckett, Columbia

Folder 13 – [S-68-24-91] "Married Life Blues" and "Henry Ford's Model A", Oscar Ford, Columbia

Folder 14 – [S-68-24-68] Shortening Bread" and "I Don't Love Anybody", G. Puckett & His Skillet-Lickers, Columbia

Folder 15 – [S-68-24-35] "I Can't Keep You out of my Dreams" and "Hello Little Girl of my Dreams", Art Gillham, Columbia

Folder 16 – [S-68-24-99] "Two Black Crows", parts 1 & 2, Moron & Mack, Columbia

Folder 17 – [S-68-24-112] "Pictures from the Other Side" and "Where We'll Never Grow Old", Smith's Sacred Singers, Columbia

Folder 18 –[S-68-24-110] "New Jelly Roll Blues" and "Beaver Slide Rag", Peg Leg Howell, Columbia

Folder 19 – "My Cathedral" and "Bless this House", Fred Waring, DECCA

Folder 20 – "Your Cheatin Heart" and "I Believe", Frankie Lane, Columbia

Folder 21 – [S-68-24-72] "The Wreck of the Southern Old '97", Gid Tanner, Columbia

Folder 22 – "Well, Git It!" and "I'll be Seeing You", Tommy Dorsey & His Orchestra, RCA Victor

Folder 23 – [S-68-24-65] "The Wise Old Owl" and "Tell it to the Marines", Kay Kyser & His Orchestra, Columbia

Folder 24 – [S-68-24-69] "Pensacola Waltz" and [illegible], Frank Ferrera, Columbia

Folder 25 – [S-68-24-71] "Crying to the Lord", Birmingham Jubilee, Columbia

Folder 26 – [S-68-24-73] "The Missouri Waltz" and "Smiles", Earl Fuller's Rector Novelty Orchestra, Columbia

Folder 27 – [S-79-24-59] "Alone at Last" and "You Forgot to Remember", Lewis James, Columbia

Folder 28 – [S-68-24-7] "Stop that Rag" and "The Girl with a Brogue", Collins & Harlan, Columbia

Folder 29 – [S-68-24-8] "Rock and Gravel Blues" and "Low-Down Rounder Blues", Peg Leg Howell, Columbia

Folder 30 – [S-68-24-25] "Two Black Crows", Part 1 and 2, Moran & Mack, Columbia

Folder 31 – [S-68-24-89] "I Wonder Why you Kept on Saying si-si-si-si Senor" and "Oh! Susie..." A. Jolson, Columbia

Folder 32 – [S-68-24-74] "Sleep, Baby, Sleep" and "Little Log Cabin in the Lane", Riley Puckett, Columbia [BROKEN]

Box 3

Folder 1 – "I'm so in Love with You" and "Shout 'Em Aunt Tillie" Duke Ellington and His Cotton Club Orchestra

Folder 2 – "Motet for double Choir", The Westminster Choir (Part 1 and 2)

Folder 3 – "Gypsy Dreams" Jasha Datsko and his Gypsy Ensemble (3 78s)

Folder 4 – "Paris" – Sibelius, RCA Phonogram

Folder 5 – Lizt "Prelude" and Paderewski [?] "D. Minuet", RCA Phonogram

Folder 6 – "Sanabande" – Handel and "Chamindde[?]", RCA Phonogram

Folder 7 – "Children's Prayer" and Godard "Berceuse" [?], RCA Phonogram

Folder 8 – Mendelsohn "Consolation" and Paderewski "Minuet in B", RCA Phonogram

Folder 9 – "La Boheme", Andre Kostelanetz and his Orchestra, Columbia

Folder 10 – "Du Schwarzer Zigeuner" – "Melodia", Decca

Folder 11 – "Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring" and "Lord God of Heaven and Earth", Choir of the Temple Church, London

Folder 12 – "Carmen", Bizet and "Marriage of Figaro", Mozart, Opera Highlights

Folder 13 – "Indian Love Call" and "Deep in My Heart, Dear", Fritz Kreisler

Folder 14 – "Capriccio Italien, Opus 45" and "Overture 1812", Tchaikovsky

Folder 15 – Opera Excerpts -- "The Barber of Seville" and "Lucia Di Lammermoor"

Folder 16 – Strauss Waltz Overtures

Folder 17 – Opera Highlights

Folder 18 – Arthur Fieldler and the Boston Pops play Leroy Anderson Favorites
[This folder was missing as of 8/2018]

Folder 19 – "Way Down Yonder in New Orleans", Frankie Trumbauer and His Orchestra [BROKEN]

Folder 20 – "Wild Man Blues" and "Gully Low Blues", Louis Armstrong and his Orchestra

[This folder was missing as of 8/2018]

Folder 21 – "Watchin' the Clock" and "Freeze Out", Clarence Williams Orchestra

Folder 22 – "Wanted Fox Trot" and "Crying Mood", Clarence Williams and his Washboard Band

Folder 23 – "Yes! We Have No Bananas", Golden Gate Orchestra and "Memphis Glide", Original Memphis Five

Folder 24 – "You're a Lucky Guy" – "You're Just a No Account", Louis Armstrong and His Orchestra
[This folder was missing as of 8/2018]

Folder 25 – "You've Got Everything a Sweet Mama Needs but Me" and "Walking and Talking Blues", Edna Hicks

Folder 26 – "Charleston Crazy" and "You've Got to Get Hot", Fletcher Henderson and His Orchestra

Folder 27 – "You Ain't Quitting Me without Two Weeks' Notice" and "It Takes a Brown Skin Man to Make a High Yellow Blue", Williams & Bessie Brown

Folder 28 – "You Don't Like it-Not Much", Lucky Ten Entertainers and "Struttin' Jerry", Indiana Five

Folder 29 – "Estrellita" and "Cupid Captive", sung by Lily Pons

Folder 30 – "You Need Some Loving" and "He's Never Gonna Throw Me Down", George Williams & Bessie Brown

Folder 31 – "You for me, Me for You" and "My Own Blues", Dixie Washboard Band

Folder 32 – "Sweet William and Bad Bill in New York", Dialog Comedy

Folder 33 – "Toledo Shuffle" and "I Can't Dance", Bernard Addision and His Rhythm

Folder 34 – "There'll be Some Changes Made" and "Horn of Plenty Blues", Pee-Wee Russell's Rhythmakers

Folder 35 – "Two Timin' Man" and "Was I?", Lil Johnson

Folder 36 – "Underneath the Harlem Moon" and "Mighty River", Chick Bullock and His Levee Loungers

Folder 37 – "Up the Country" and "Shake that Thing", Wingy Mannone and His Orchestra

Folder 38 – "When it's Sleepy Time Down South" and "I Surrender, Dear", Louis Armstrong and His Orchestra

Folder 39 – "When you're Smiling" – "Some of These Days", Louis Armstrong and His Orchestra
[This folder was missing as of 8/2018]

Folder 40 – "Got No Blues" – "West End Blues", Louis Armstrong and His Orchestra

Box 4

Folder 1 – "Wait Till You See My Baby do the Charleston" and "Livin' High", Dixie Washboard Band

Folder 2 – "Wouldn't I be a Wonder" and "Georgia Rockin' Chair", Red McKenzie and His Rhythm Kings

Folder 3 – "What Can a Poor Fellow Do?" and "Black and Tan Fantasy", Duke Ellington and His Orchestra

Folder 4 – "Things We Want Most are Hard to Get" and "Broadway Rhythm", Lou & His Ginger-Snaps

Folder 5 – "Wolverine Blues" and "Mr. Jelly Lord", Jelly Roll Morton
[This folder was missing as of 8/2018]

Folder 6 – "The Wolf Wobble" and "Why Did it Have to be Me?" Dorsey Brothers and Their Orchestra

Folder 7 – "Walkin' the Dog" and "March of the Hoodlums", Ed Lang and His Orchestra

Folder 8 & 9 – "White Man Stomp" and "I'm Coming Virginia", Fletcher Henderson & His Orchestra (2 copies)

Folder 10 – "St-James Infirmary" and "When You're Smiling", Ten Black Berries

Folder 11 – "I Came Upon the Midnight Clear" and "Joy to the World", Lew White

Folder 12 – "O Little Town of Bethlehem" and "The First Nowell", Lew White and His Organ

Folder 13 – "The World is Mad" Part 1 & 2, Count Basie and His Orchestra

Folder 14 – "La Capinera" and "La Paloma", Amelita Galli-Curci

Folder 15 – "Ceasing to Care" and "Where is the Song of Songs for Me?", James Melton

Folder 16 – "You Didn't Have to Tell Me" and [illegible], Ben Pollack & His Orchestra

Folder 17 – "You Didn't Have to Tell Me", Jack Albin and His Hotel Pennsylvania Dance orchestra and "Hello Beautiful", Gil Rodin and His Orchestra

Folder 18 – "When it's Sleepy Time Down South" and "Can't You See", Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra

Folder 19 – "Who's Sorry Now?" and "Snakes Hips", Memphis Five

Folder 20 – "Willow Weep for Me" and "So at Last it Come to This", Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra

Folder 21 – "That Red Head Girl" – "I Never Miss the Sunshine", Original Memphis Five

Folder 22 – "Vibraphonia Number 2" – "Send Me", Joe Venuti and His Blue four

Folder 23 – "The Varsity Drag", Sam Lanin's Dance Orchestra and "Jelly Roll Blues", Golden Gate Dance Orchestra

Folder 24 – "Walk, Jenny, Walk!" and "Hot Dawg!", Porter's Blue Devils

Folder 25 – "Four or Five Times" and "Weary Blues", Joe Marsala

Folder 26 – "Lonesome Mama Blues" and "What do You Care", Edith Wilson and Johnny Dunn's Original Jazz Rounds

Folder 27 – "With a Song in my Heart" and "Easy to Love", Bobby Hackett

Folder 28 – "When You and I were Young, Maggie" and "Dardanella", Red Nichols and His Orchestra

Folder 29 – "O Sole Mio" and "A Vucchella", Enrico Caruso

Folder 30 – "My Suppressed Desire" and "Rhythm King", Paul Whiteman's Rhythm Boys

Folder 31 – "Sweet and Hot" and "You Said It", Loring "Red" Nichols and His Orchestra

Folder 32 – "Red Hot Pepper" – "Mournful Serenade", Jelly Roll Morton and His Red Hot Peppers
[This folder was missing as of 8/2018]

Folder 33 – "Jazz Me Blues" – "St-Louis Blues", Original Dixieland Jazz Band
[This folder was missing as of 8/2018]

Folder 34 – "You're a Viper" – "After You've Gone", Stuff Smith and His Onyx Club Boys
[This folder was missing as of 8/2018]

Box 5

Folder 1 – "Novelty Blues" and "Tickle Britches Blues", Richard Jones and His Wizards

Folder 2 – "Please Come on Down to My House" and "Street Walkin' Blues", Washboard Rhythm Kings

Folder 3 – "Sideways" and "A Pound of Blues", Johnny Hodges and His Orchestra

Folder 4 – "Heebie Jeebies" and "Muskrat Ramble", Louis Armstrong and His Hot five (Broke)

Folder 5 – "Running Wild" and "Loose Feet", Original Memphis five

Folder 6 – "Cotton Club Stomp" and "Arabian Lovers", Duke Ellington and His Cotton Club Orchestra (Broke)

Folder 7 – "Hello Lola" and "Never Had a Reason to Believe in you", Red McKenzie and the Mount City Blue Blowers

Folder 8 – "Mutiny in the Parlor" and "The Panic is On", Mezz Mezzrow and His Swing Band

Folder 9 – "Everybody Shout" and "Funny Feathers Blues", Red Allen and His Orchestra

Folder 10 – "The Mooche" and "Hot and Bothered", Duke Ellington and His Orchestra
[This folder was missing as of 8/2018]

Folder 11 – "Softy Through the Night is Calling" and "Ave Maria", John McCormack-Fritz Kreisler

Folder 12 – "Charley, My Boy" and "Doodle-Doo-Doo", Missouri Jazz Band

Folder 13 – "When I Take my Sugar to Tea" and "Charming to Me", Jerry Mason and His Californians

Folder 14 – "Hello, Hello" and "I Ain't Gonna Give Nobody None O' This Jellyroll", Wilbur Sweatman's Original Jazz Band

Folder 15 – "Sweetness" and "Song of the Blues", Sam Lanin and His Troubadours

Folder 16 – "Hot Heels" and "Freeze an' Melt", Ed. Lang and His Orchestra

Folder 17 – "Too Wonderful for Words" and "Steppin' Along", All Star Orchestra

Folder 18 – "In the Merry Month of Maybe" and "Crazy Quilt", Frank Trumbauer and His Orchestra

Folder 19 – "When the Morning Glories Wake up in the Morning", Jacques Renard and His Cocoanut Grove Orchestra and "Blue River", Jean Goldkette and His Orchestra

Folder 20 – "The New Yorkers" and "I May be Wrong", Red Nichols and His Five Pennies

Folder 21 – "Mama Goes Where Papa Goes" and "Walk Jenny, Walk", The Cotton Pickers

Folder 22 – Oriental Swing" and "Let's Get Happy Together", Lil Armstrong and Her Swing Orchestra
[This folder was missing as of 8/2018]

Folder 23 – "Move, Turtle" and "I Would if I Could but I Can't", Mickey Mouse and the Turtle (BROKEN)

Folder 24 – "What are you Thinking about, Baby" and "A Hot-Dog, a Blanket and You", Gene Kardos and His Orchestra

Folder 25 – "St-James Infirmary" and "Alcoholic Ward Blues", Chick Bullock

Folder 26 – "St-Louis Blues" and "Coney Island Washboard", Mills Brothers

Folder 27 – "If you Never Been Vamped by a Brownskin, You've Never Been Vamped at All" and "Bandana Days", Sissel & Blake

Folder 28 – "Bricks in my Pillow" and "If the Blues was Whiskey", Bumble Bee Slim

Folder 29 – "Steppin' Out' and "Dancing Dan", Original Memphis Five

Folder 30 – "You're Not the Kind" and "Why do I Lie to Myself About You", Fats Waller and His Rhythm

Folder 31 – "Heah me Talkin' to Ya?" and "Tight Like This", Louis Armstrong and His Orchestra

Folder 32 – "Blue Little You", the Lumberjacks and "I Faw Down All Go Boom", Bob Haring and His Orchestra

Folder 33 – "Dark town Strutters Ball" and "You Rascal You", Mound city Blue Blowers

Folder 34 – "Iyone, my Own Iyone" and "Hi, Diddle, Diddle", Ted Lewis and His Band

Folder 35 – "It's a Precious Little Thing Called Love" and "Do Something", McKinney's Cotton Pickers

Folder 36 – "It All Depends on You" and "Muddy Water", Jack Pettis and His Band

Folder 37 – "I Beg your Pardon, Mademoiselle" and "Goofus", Gene's Merrymackers

Folder 38 – "I Would do Anything for You" and "Mad Moments, Claude Hopkins and His Orchestra

Folder 39 – "I Wish I Were Twins" and "I Never Slept a wink", Henry Allen and His Orchestra

Folder 40 – "I Ain't Got Nobody" and "57 Varieties", Earl Hines

Folder 41 – "I Get the Blues When it Rains", Fred Rich and His Orchestra and "Makin' Friends", Kentucky Grasshoppers

Box 6

Folder 1 – "I've Got my Heart Set on You" and "Laugh Your Way Through Life", Wingy Mannone and His Orchestra

Folder 2 – "In Blinky Winky Chinky Chinatown" and "A Smile Will go a Long Way", Vic Berton and His Orchestra

Folder 3 – "Am I Blue", Astoria Dance Players and "Just Blues", Memphis Jazzers

Folder 4 – "Aggravatin' Papa" and "Four O'clock Blues", The Original Memphis Five

Folder 5 – "Bughouse" and "Blues in E Flat", Red Norvo and his Swing Octet

Folder 6 – "Don't Hold Everything", Jerry Mason and His Californians – "Baby", Jimmy Mc Hugh's Bostonians

Folder 7 – "Blazin" and "The Wang Wang blues", Fletcher Henderson and His Orchestra

Folder 8 – "Black Door" and "We Gonna Move", Washboard Sam and His Washboard Band

Folder 9 – "Barnacle Bill, the Sailor" and "Bessie Couldn't Help it", Hoagy Carmichael and His Orchestra

Folder 10 – "Baby, Won't You Please Come Home" and "Trying to Stop my Crying", Frank Teschemacher

Folder 11 – "Blue and Sentimental" and "Jet Propelled Papa", Helen Humes

Folder 12 – "Everybody Loves my Baby", Kitty Irvin

Folder 13 – "Blue River" and "Deep Elm", Willard Robinson and His Piano

Folder 14 – "Barb Wire Blues" andd "You Ain't got Nothin' I Want", Mound City Blue Blowers

Folder 15 – "Blind Man Blues" amd "Sing Em for Mamma, Play Em for Me", Katie Crippen

Folder 16 – "Arkansaw Blues" and "Blue Blues", Mound City Blue Blowers

Folder 17 – "All Night Long" and "You got me Worrying", Tampa Red and the Chicago Five (BROKEN)

Folder 18 – "Death Letter Blues" and "Prescription for the Blues", Clara Smith and Her Jazz Trio

Folder 19 – "A Peach of [?]", the Clevelanders and "You're Simply Delish", Jack Teagarden

Folder 20 – "Apologies" and "Sendin' the Vipers", Mezz Mezzrow and His Orchestra

Folder 21 – "At Last I'm Happy" and "Truly, I Love You", Ted Lewis and His Band

Folder 22 – "Baby Brown" and "No Lovers Allowed", New Orleans Rhythm Kings

Folder 23 – "Ain't Misbehavin'" and "Black and Blue", Louis Armstrong and His Orchestra

Folder 24 – "He's My Guy" and "Doll Dance", Freddie Slack

Folder 25 – "Magnificat", "Gloria Patri"; "Hymn in Honor of St-John the Baptist"; "Examples of Organum and Diaphony"; and "Example of Discant", Palestrina Choir

Folder 26 – "Hodie Christus Natus Est" and "Crucifixus", Dayton Westminster Choir

Folder 27 – "Caution Blues" and "A Monday Date", Earl Hines

Folder 28 – "Aggravatin Papa", Esther Bigeou and "Mean Eyes", Kitty Brown

Folder 29 – "Apex Blues" and "Sweet Lorraine", Jimmie Noone's Apex club Orchestra

Folder 30 – "A Good Man is Hard to Find" and "That's Got 'Em", Wilbur Sweatman's Original Jazz Band

Folder 31 – "A Faded summer Love", Ben Bernie and His Orchestra and "Chances Are", The New Yorkers

Folder 32 – "Arkansaw Blues" and "Blue Blues", Mound city Blue Blowers

Folder 33 – "Exactly Like You" and "Who", Glenn Hardman and His Hammond Five

Folder 34 – "Everybody Stomp" and "I Ain't Got Nobody Blues", The Tennessee Tooters

Folder 35 – "Fancy Meeting You" and "A Good Man is Hard to Find", Wingy Mannone and His Orchestra

Folder 36 – "Feeling Drowsy" and "Wing Out"

Folder 37 – "Gotta Go" and "My! Oh, My", Eddie South and His Orchestra

Folder 38 – "Give it to Me Right away" and "Smiles", Boyd Senter and His Senterpedes

Folder 39 – "Gator Wobble" and "My Business Ain't Rich", Memphis Jug Band

Folder 40 – "Gertie" and "Craving", Boyd Senter

Folder 41 – "Doin' the Raccoon", Ernie Golden and His Orchestra – "Crying blues", Willie Creager and His Orchestra

Folder 42 – "Diga, Diga, Doo" and "Doin' the New Low down", Duke Ellington and His Orchestra

Folder 43 – "Lullaby" and "Dodging a Divorcee", The New Music of Reginald Foresythe

Folder 44 – "Davenport Blues" and "Somebody Loves Me", Adrian Rollini and His Orchestra

Folder 45 – "You've been a good Ole Wagon" and "Dixie Flyer Blues", Bessie Smith

Box 7

Folder 1 – "Double Trouble" and "That's What you Think", Red McKenzie and His Rhythm Kings

Folder 2 – "Dunn's Cornet Blues" and "You're Never Heard the Blues", Johnny Dunn

Folder 3 – "Doin" the Shake" and "Wild Waves", Baron Lee & Blue Rhythm Boys

Folder 4 -- "Drag "Em" and "Night Life", Mary Lou Williams

Folder 5 – "If We Never Meet Again", Louis Armstrong and His Orchestra and "Dipper Mouth", Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra with Louis Armstrong

Folder 6 – "Cross Words between Sweetie and Me" and "Don't Bring Lulu", the Little Ramblers

Folder 7 – "Clearing House Blues" and "West Indies Blues", Rosa Henderson with Fletcher Henderson's Jazz Five

Folder 8 – "Charley, My Boy", Fletcher Henderson and His Orchestra and "Doodle-Doo-Doo", Missouri Jazz Band

Folder 9 – "Camel Walk' and "Down and Out Blues", The Hottentots

Folder 10 – "Clarinet Marmalade" and "Sugar Foot Stomp", Fletcher Henderson and His Orchestra

Folder 11 – "Wait for the Happy Ending" and "Can't We be Friends?", Red Nichols and His Five Pennies

Folder 12 – "Chant of the Weed" and "Shakin' the African", Don Redman and His Orchestra

Folder 13 – "Big 80 Blues" and "Policy Dream Blues", Bumble Bee Slim

Folder 14 – "Charmaine" and "Oh Boy", Jimmie Lunceford and His Orchestra

Folder 15 – "Can I Tell You?" and "My Good Man Sam", King Oliver Orchestra

Folder 16 – "Dixie Doorway" and "Wah-Dee-Dah", Cab Callaway and His Orchestra

Folder 17 – "Dip Your Brush in the Sunshine" and "The Little Old Church in the Valley", Ted Lewis and His Band

Folder 18 – "Doo Wacka Doo" and "Toodles", St-Louis Low Downs

Folder 19 – "Crying all Day" and "A Good Man is Hard to Find", Frankie Trumbauer and His Orchestra

Folder 20 – Digga Digga Do", Goody and His Good Timers and "Four or Five Times", Majestic Dance orchestra

Folder 21 – "Do You Believe in Love at Sight?" and "Wrap Your Troubles in Dreams", McKinney's Cotton Pickers

Folder 22 – "I'm Gonna Hang Around" and "Five Foot Two, Eyes of Blues", Lanin's Red Heads

Folder 23 – "Without a Song" and "Great Day", Paul Whiteman

Folder 24 – "Baltimore Oriole" amd "Sweet Lorraine", Hoagy Carmichael and Orchestra

Folder 25 – "Crow Jane" and "Old Time Blues", Carl Martin (Broke)

Folder 26 – "Clearing [?] Blues" and "Wes [?]", Rosa Henderson with Fletcher Henderson's Jazz Five

Folder 27 – "Song of the Islands" and "Blue, Turning Grey over You", Louis Armstrong and His orchestra

Folder 28 – "Rhapsody Jr." and "Bird of Paradise", Jimmie Lunceford and His Orchestra

Folder 29 – "Intermezzo" and "Hungarian Dance # 1", Tosha Seidel

Folder 30 – "Memories of You" and "Bugle Call Rag", Teddy Wilson Quintet

Folder 31 – "Barbecue Blues" and "Cloudy Sky Blues", Barbecue Bob

Folder 32 – "Boogie Woogie" and "Mule Face Blues", King Oliver's Orchestra

Folder 33 – "Ballin' the Jack" and "Grandma's Ball", the Chicago Footwarmers

Folder 34 – "Big Apple Dance" and "Panama", Bob Crosby and His Orchestra

Folder 35 – "Bashful Baby", Ben Pollack and His Park Central Orchestra and "I've Waited a Lifetime for You", Victor Arden, Phil Ohman and their Orchestra

Folder 36 – "Pagan Love Song" and "Come Back Sweet Papa", Bob Crosby and His Orchestra

Folder 37 – "Beedle Um Bum" and "Selling that Stuff", Mc Kinney's Cotton Pickers

Folder 38 – "Coal Yard Shuffle", Joe Steele and His Orchestra

Folder 39 – "Big Chief de Sotto" and "Cross Patch", Bob Crosby and His Orchestra

Box 8

Folder 1 – "Honey, I'm in Love with You" and "Yes Sir, That's My Baby", The Goofus Five

Folder 2 – "Golden Gate", Savoy Plaza Dance Orchestra and "Red Head Blues", Alabama Red Peppers

Folder 3 – "If I could be with You One Hour Tonight" and "Zonky", McKinney's Cotton Pickers

Folder 4 – "Hard Hearted Hannah", Five Birmingham Babies and "Charley, My Boy", Golden Gate Orchestra

Folder 5 – "Kansas City Blues", Wilbur Sweatman's Original Jazz Band and "The Alcoholic Blues", Louisiana Five

Folder 6 – "Kansas City Blues", Wilbur Sweatman's Original Jazz Band and "The Alcoholic Blues", Louisiana Five (copy 2)

Folder 7 – "Linger a Little Longer in the Twilight" and "How Can I Go On, Without You", Ruth Etting

Folder 8 – "In Our cottage of Love" and "Lazy Mama", Clarence Williams' Washboard Band

Folder 9 – "Jericho", Fred Rich and His Orchestra and "Where hHas Mammy Gone?" Six Black Diamonds

Folder 10 – "Jack Ass blues" and "Getting's the Blues", Red Hot Syncopators

Folder 11 – "Loveless Love" and "Loveless Love 2", Jack Teagarden's Orchestra

Folder 12 – "Lovable and Sweet", Campus Boys and "It's so Good", Gil Rodin and His Boys

Folder 13 – "Running Wild" and "Loose Feet", The Cotton Pickers

Folder 14 – "Looking Good but Feeling Bad" and "I Need Someone like You", Fats Waller and His Buddies

Folder 15 – "Love Me Daddy Blues" and "Woman's Trouble Blues", Bessie Smith

Folder 16 – "Loose Feet" and "The Great White Way Blues", the Original Memphis five

Folder 17 – "Stroking Away" and "Low Gravy", Jelly Roll Morton and His Red Hot Peppers

Folder 18 – "Lost" and "A Melody from the Sky", Mezz Mezzrow and His Swing Band

Folder 19 – "The Music Goes Round and Around" and "The Broken Record", Mound City Blues Blowers

Folder 20 – "Dixieland Shuffle" and "Muskrat Ramble", Bob Crosby and His Orchestra

Folder 21 – "Indiana" and "Dinah", Red Nichols and His Five Pennies

Folder 22 – "Little Girl" and "My Blue Days Blew Over", Eubie Black and His Orchestra

Folder 23 – "Lazy River" and "When Your Lover Has Gone", Louis Armstrong and His Orchestra

Folder 24 – "Just One Girl" and "She's Crying for Me", Wingy Mannone and His Orchestra

Folder 25 – "Jazz Me Blues", Charlie Pierce and His Orchestra and "Drop That Sack", Louis Armstrong and His Orchestra

Folder 26 – "It All Depend on You" and "Muddy Water", Jack Pettis and His Band

Folder 27 – "Love in the First Degree" and "My Gal Mezzanine", Cleo Brown

Folder 28 – "Getting Told" and "Play Me Slow", Mound City Blues Blowers

Folder 29 – "Say the Word" and "Going to Town", Luis Russell and His Orchestra

Folder 30 – "Gates blues", Jimmy Wade and His Dixielanders and "Parkway Stomp", Albert Wynn's Creole Jazz Band

Folder 31 – "Do What I Do" and "Get up Off your Knees", Ethel Waters

Folder 32 – "In a Mist", Bix Beiderbecke and "Wringin' and Twistin"", Tram-Bix and Lang

Folder 33 – "The Georgia Stomp" and "Home Sweet Home Blues", Charles Fulcher and His Orchestra

Folder 34 – "How Long How Long Blues" and "Easy rider", the New Orleans Seven Orchestra

Folder 35 – "Spanish Dreams" and "Hallelujah Blues", Johnny Dunn's Original Jazz Hounds

Folder 36 – "He Don't Love Me Anymore" and "Pleasing Man Blues", Helen Humes

Folder 37 – "House of David Blues" and "Somebody's Wrong, New Synco Jazz Band

Folder 38 – "Head Rag Hop", Romeo Nelson and "Detroit Rocks", Montana Taylor

Folder 39 – "Jazz Me Blues" and "Honeysuckle Rose"

Folder 40 – "Hawkins' Barrel-House" and "Voodte", Coleman Hawkins

Folder 41 – "Have you Ever Felt that Way?" and "Walk That Broad", Clarence Williams' Washboard Five

Folder 42 – "House Hop" and "I Would Do Anything for You", Benny Goodman and His Orchestra

Folder 43 – "When I'm Blue" and "I Want Somebody to Love", The Halfway House Dance Orchestra

Folder 44 – "Head Rag Hop", Romeo Nelson and "Wilkins Street Stomp", Speckled Red

Folder 45 – "One More Time" and "Ho Hum!", Ted Lewis and His Band

Folder 46 – "My Sweet Tooth Says I Wanna" and "Oh, It Looks Like Rain", Fletcher Henderson and His Connie Inn Orchestra

Folder 47 – "Military Mike" and "Bass Ale Blues", Original Memphis Five

Folder 48 – "Moanin' Low" and "Close Fit Blues", Memphis Jazzers

Folder 49 – "My Pet" and "Borneo", Frankie Trumbauer and His Orchestra

Folder 50 – "I'm Confessing", Billy Arnold and Tussy

Folder 51 – "I Get the Blues when it Rain", Fred Rich and His Orchestra and "Makin' Friends", Kentucky Grasshoppers

Box 9

Folder 1 – "Make Me Know It" and "My Mamma's in Town", Fess Williams and His Royal Flush Savoy Orchestra

Folder 2 – "My Sweetie Turn me Down" and "Kammenoi-Ostrow" the Gold Coast Orchestra

Folder 3 – "Melancholy Lou" and "Deep Elm", the Little Ramblers

Folder 4 – "Loving You the Way I do" and "You're Lucky to Me", the Charleston Chasers

Folder 5 – "Lovers, Come Back to Me", Frank Keyes and His Orchestra and "Sweetest Melody", Mills Musical Clowns

Folder 6 – "Ida! Sweet as Apple" "Feelin' No Pain", the Red Heads

Folder 7 – "I'm Gonna Sit Right Down and Write Myself a Letter" and "Rhythm in my Nursery Rhymes", Mound City Blue Blowers

Folder 8 – "Git Whit It" and "Ideas", Monk Hazel and His Beinville Roof Orchestra

Folder 9 – "I wonder What's Become" – "If You can't [?] The Man", Ethel Waters

Folder 10 – "Jockey Stomp" and "Stomp That Thing", Alabama Rascals

Folder 11 – "Kickin' the Cat" and "Beatin' the Dog", Joe Venutt's Blue Four

Folder 12 – "Keep a Song in Your Soul" and "The River and Me", Duke Ellington and His Cotton Club Orchestra

Folder 13 – "I Wish I Could Shimmy Like my Sister Kate" and "Got to Cool My Doggies Now", the Cotton Pickers

Folder 14 – "I'd Leave Ten Men Like Yours to Love One Man Like Mine", Original Indiana Five and "St-Louis Hop", University Six

Folder 15 – "I'll See You in my Dreams" and "How I Love that Girl", the Arkansaw Travellers

Folder 16 – "In the Evening" and "Where the Lazy Daisies Grow", Jean Goldkette and His Orchestra

Folder 17 – "I Want to be Ready" and– "Hard Trials", Negro spiritual Song

Folder 18 – "I Ain't Got Nobody" and "Jelly Roll Blues", Golden Gate Dance Orchestra

Folder 19 – "I Take to You" and "It Ain't Right", Washboard Wonders

Folder 20 – "It Must be True" and "Fool me Some More!", Gus Arnheim and His Orchestra

Folder 21 – "If it's Good" and "West End Blues", Louis Armstrong and His Orchestra

Folder 22 – "Let's Sit and Talk about You" and "In a Great Big Way", Jimmy Mc Hugh's Bostonians

Folder 23 – "In the Evening" and "Where the Lazy Daisies Grow", Jean Goldkette and His Orchestra

Folder 24 – "If I Had a Girl like You" and "Darktown Shuffle", Seattle Harmony Kings

Folder 25 – "I Ain't Got Nobody" and "Jazz Me Blues", Wingy Mannone and His Orchestra

[Processor's note – the following 14 LPs were loose on top of the boxes and have been placed here because there was space in the box]

Folder 26 – The Bowling Green State University Symphony Orchestra, Harry Kruger, Conductor – Jerome Rose, Piano:
Wagner, Prelude to Die Meistersinger
Giannini, Symphony Number Two
Beethoven, Piano concerto # 5, Finale Jerome Rose, Piano

Folder 27 – "The University Union Symphony Orchestra", Harry Kruger, Conductor
Side One: An Outdoor Overture....Copland

Folder 28 – Dr. Warren Joseph Conducting the Bowling Green State University Choral Union & Symphony Orchestra
Handel, "Messiah" Excerpts

Folder 29 – Bowling Green State University Symphony Orchestra, Harry Kruger, conductor
Side one: Symphony in D Minor....Franck – Lento: Allegro Non Troppo
Side Two: same

Folder 30 – Bowling Green State University Symphony Orchestra, Harry Kruger, Conductor
Side One: Concerto for Violin in D Major....Tchaikovsky
Allegro Moderato
Side Two: Concerto for Violin in D Major....Tchaikovsky
Andante
Allegro Vivacissimo
Air for G String.......J.S. Bach

Folder 31 – Bowling Green State University Symphony Orchestra, Harry Kruger, Conductor (2 copies)
Symphony # 5 op. 64, E Minor....Tchaikovsky
Side One
Symphony # 5 in E Minor
Andante-Allegro Con Animo
Side Two
Symphony # 5 in E Minor
Andante Cantabile
Allegro Moderato
Side Three
Symphony # 5
Allegro Vivace
Symphony of Psalms
Side Four
Symphony of Psalms

Folder 32 – The Columbus Symphony Orchestra, Harry Kruger, Conductor
With a Chorus from the Churches of the Columbus Ministerial Alliance, Recorded in concert at the Three Arts Theatre Columbus, Ga

Folder 33 – Columbus Symphony Orchestra, Harry Kruger, Conductor, Jean Deis, Guest Tenor Soloist
Highlights from the Premeire Concert of the Season, November, 1965

Folder 34 – Columbus Symphony Orchestra, Harry Kruger, conductor
Highlights from 1968-69 Season

Folder 35 – Columbus Symphony Orchestra, Harry Kruger, conductor; Andrew Gialos, Violinist; Samuel Timberlake, Baritone
Highlights of 1971-72 Season

Folder 36 – Columbus symphony Orchestra, Harry Kruger, Conductor
Highlights of 1972-73 Season

Folder 37 – Columbus symphony Orchestra, Harry Kruger, conductor
30th Anniversary (2 copies)

Folder 38 – Columbus symphony Orchestra, Harry Kruger, conductor (2 copies)
Side One: Prelude, Chorale and fugue – J.S. Bach – Abert Moldau - Smetana
Side Two: A Night on Bald Mountain – Moussorgsky – Symphony # 5 – Beethoven Allegro Con Brio – Suite in A Minor for Solo Flute and Strings Telemann – Minuet – Rejouissance – Flute – Natalie Kruger

Box 10

Folder 1 – [S-68-24-120] "The Moon Shines on the Moonshine" and "Somebody", Bert Williams

Folder 2 – [S-68-24-27] "Casey Jones" and "Steamboat Bill", Riley Puckett

Folder 3 – [S-68-24-1] "Tricks" and "Are You Playing Faire", Eddie Elkins' Orchestra

Folder 4 – [S-68-24-118] "I'm going Where the Chilly Wind Don't Blow" and "Don't Try It for It Can't be Done", Riley Pickett

Folder 5 – [s-68-24-106] "How Can I Forget", Robert Lewis and "Just as Your Mother Was", Campbell and Burr

Folder 6 – [S-68-24-108] "Lost John" and "I'll be with You When the Roses Bloom Again", Burnett and Rutherford

Folder 7 – "Where is my Mama?" Al Craver and Charlie Wells and "Little Marian Parker", Al Craver

Folder 8 – [S-68-24-46] label in Greek

Folder 9 – [S-68-24-48] label in Greek

Folder 10 – "Ave Maria" and "Think of Me", Lily Pons

Folder 11 – [S-68-24-63] "In the Great Getting' up Mawnin", Fisk University Male Quartette

Folder 12 – [S-68-24-38] "Jesus, Lover of my Soul" and "Where is my Wandering Boy Tonight?", Henry Burr

Folder 13 – [S-68-24-18] "La Paloma" and "The Trailing Arbutus", Prince's Orchestra

Folder 14 – [S-68-24-100] "Oh! What a Thrill" and "Good Night Moon", Ben Selvin and His Orchestra

Folder 15 – [S-68-24-96] "Halleluiah! I'm a Bum" and "The Bum Song", Vernon Dalhart

Folder 16 – [S-68-24-34] "Nobody Lied" and Haunting Blues", Marion Harris

Folder 17 – [S-68-24-78] "When You and I were Young Maggie" and "Silver Threads Among the Gold", McMichen's Melody Men

Folder 18 – [S-68-24-101] "The Great Camp Meeting" and "Good News, the Chariot's Coming", Fisk University Jubilee Orchestra

Folder 19 – [S-68-24-42] "The Angel Done Gone Down" and [Illegible], Rev. J.C. Burnett

Folder 20 – [S-68-24-12] "Oh, Mother, I'm Wild" and "Why Did You Do It?", Jack Kaufman

Folder 21 – [S-68-24-26] "Lazy River" and "That Saxophone Waltz", the Cavaliers

Folder 22 – [S-68-24-22] "Sweet Bunch of Daisies" and "Let me Call You Sweetheart", McMichen's Melody Men

Folder 23 – [S-68-24-24] "Yeedle-Deedle Lena" and "Hokey Pokey", Al Bernard and Frank Kamplain

Folder 24 – [S-68-24-15] "When Yankee Doodle Sails upon the Good Ship Home, Sweet Home" and "How'Ya Gonna Keep Em Down on the Farm?", Nora Bayes

Folder 25 – [S-68-24-36] "Silver Bell" and [Illegible], Prince's Military Band

Folder 26 – [S-68-24-61] "Ain't Nobody's Business" and "Three [?] Experience", Earl Johnson and His Dixie Entertainers

Folder 27 – "Cuban Moon" – "In Old Manilla", Art Hickman's Orchestra

Folder 28 – [S-68-24-44] "Cross my Heart and Hope to Die", Ada Jones and "For Me and My Gal", M.J. O'Connell

Folder 29 – [S-68-24-30] [both sides illegible]

Folder 30 – [S-68-24-32] "Kansas City Blues" and "The [?] Blues", Louisiana Five

Folder 31 – [S-68-24-16] "I Live, I Die for You", the Colombians and "Eyes That Love", The Sterling Orchestra

Folder 32 – [S-68-24-17] "Isn't That Just Like Love" and "Do You Know Why?", The Merry Macs

Folder 33 – [S-68-24-104] "Slow Time Waltz" and "Flow Rain Waltz", Mumford Bean and His Ita Wambians

Folder 34 – [S-68-24-121] "Satisfied Blues" and "Double Crossin' Daddy", George Williams and Bessie Brown

Folder 35 – [S-68-24-103] "Aladdin" and "Naughty! Naughty! Naughty!", Samuel Ash

Folder 36 – "Bo-La-Bo" and "Harem Life-Oriental Fox Trot", Paul Biese and His Novelty Orchestra

Folder 37 – [S-68-24-94] "Merci Beaucoup" and "My Cairo Love", Waldorf-Astoria Dance Orchestra

Folder 38 – [S-68-24-70] "Let Me Call You Sweetheart" and "Sweet Bunch of Daisies", Mc Michen's Melody Men

Box 11

Folder 1 – [S-68-24-33] "Rebecca", Jazarmba Orchestra and "Moonlight", The Happy Six

Folder 2 – [S-68-24-66] "Talking Blues" and "Hannah", Chris Bouchillon

Folder 3 – [S-68-24-31] "White House Blues" and "Monkey on a String", Charlie Poole with the North Carolina Ramblers

Folder 4 – [S-68-24-62] "My Mammy", Yerkes Jazarimba Orchestra and "Do you Ever Think of Me?" The Happy Six

Folder 5 – [S-68-24-28] "Beale Street" and [illegible], [?] Prince's Band

Folder 6 – [S-68-24-85] "Don't Forget the Pal that you Left at Home", The Whispering Pianist and "Twiddlin' my Thumbs", Art Gillham and His Southland Syncopators

Folder 7 – [S-68-24-88] "Down in Florida on a Hog" and "Birmingham Town", Darby and Tarlton

Folder 8 – [S-68-24-98] "There is a Light Shining for me" and "O Mary, Don't you Weep, Don't you Mourn", Fisk University Male Quartette

Folder 9 – [S-68-24-62] "Thomas [?]" and [illegible], Al Craver

Folder 10 – [S-68-24-47] "Slow Buck" and "Sal Let Me Chaw Your Rosin", Riley Puckett and Clayton McMichen

Folder 11 – [S-68-24-86] "Corrine, Corrina" – "I Left My [Gal in?] Mountains", Bob Nichols and Hugh Cross

Folder 12 –[S-68-24-4] "Just Leave it to Me" and "You'd be Surprised", Irving Kaufman

Folder 13 – [S-68-24-50] "Let the Rest of the World Go By", Campbell and Burr and "Rings", Lewis James and Charles Harrison

Folder 14 – [S-68-24-40] "Black Eyed Susie" and "Alabama Sally[?]", Gid Tanner and Riley Puckett

Folder 15 – [S-68-24-10] "Texas and Pacific Blues" and "Sunshine Special", Frenchy's String Band

Folder 16 – [S-68-24-20] "Down by the Meadow Brook" and "Enid", Columbia Orchestra

Folder 17 – [S-68-24-125] "Come Join in our Laughter" and "He Laughs and So Do I", Irene Young and Al Weston

Folder 18 – [S-68-24-80] "Corn Licker Still in Georgia", parts 7 and 8, Clayton Mc Michen, Riley Puckett, Gid Tanner, Lowe Stokes, Fate Norris and Tom Dorsey

Folder 19 – [S-68-24-82] "Sleep Baby Sleep" and "Little Log Cabin in the Lane", Riley Puckett

Folder 20 – [S-68-24-95] "The St-Louis Blues" and "Homesickness Blues", Marion Harris

Folder 21 – [S-68-24-13] "River of Jordan" and "Couldn't Hear Nobody Pray", Fisk University Male Quartette

Folder 22 – [S-68-24-90] "Just another [?] Gone Wrong" and [illegible], Louisiana Five Jazz Orchestra

Folder 23 – [S-68-24-23] "Mojoe Blues" and "Country Breakdown", Charlie Lincoln

Folder 24 – [S-68-24-21] "Need of Prayer" and "Death's Black Train is Coming", Rev. J.M. Gates

Folder 25 – [S-68-24-45] "Hard Luck Blues" and "Chain Gang Trouble", Laughing Charley

Folder 26 – [S-68-24-49] "I'm Drifting Back to Dreamland" and "My Carolina Home", Riley Puckett and Bob Nichols

Folder 27 – [S-68-24-84] "Till We Meet again" – "I'm Forever Blowing Bubbles", Bob Nichols and riley Puckett

Folder 28 –[S-68-24-28] "Pictures from Life's Other Side" and "Where We'll Never Grow Old", Smith Sacred Singers

Folder 29 – [S-68-24-19] "Oh! Papa, Oh! Papa", Arthur Fields and "Oh! Johnny, Oh! Johnny", Elisabeth Brice

Folder 30 – [S-68-24-122] "I Wonder Who's Under the Moon with you Tonight" and "Save the Last Dance for Me", the Cavaliers

Folder 31 – [S-68-24-103] "If I Had my Way" and "Children"