Found 29 collections related to Brochures

Pollikoff, Max
Music Division | JPB 86-1
11 boxes, 39 x 30 x 8 cm. or smaller; 11 boxes, 39 x 30 x 8 cm. or smaller
A violinist and conductor, Max Pollikoff was born in Newark, N.J., in 1904, and died in New York City in 1984. He organized Music in Our Time, a concert series which ran from 1954 to 1974 at the 92nd St. YMHA, New York. Published and unpublished... more
American composers orchestra
Music Division | JPB 87-66
Since its founding in 1977, the American Composers Orchestra has devoted itself exclusively to American orchestral repertoire of the 20th century. Dennis Russell Davies is its principal conductor. 35 programs and 15 brochures, comprising the... more
Weiss, Karel
Music Division | JPB 91-110
34 items
Eva Gauthier, a mezzo-soprano, was born in Ottawa. Her pupil Karel Weiss, of Baltimore, was 20 years old in 1947. 12 ALS from Eva Gauthier to Karel Weiss, 1947-1954; 2 ALS from Eva Gauthier to Weiss's mother, 1948 and 1956; 1 TL from Eva Gauthier... more
Hungerford, Bruce
Music Division | JPB 86-6
Bruce Hungerford was an American pianist and Egyptologist. Programs, clippings, and reviews of concerts and phonograph records; letters from Hungerford chiefly to Dr. and Mrs. George Dinsmore Stoddard; letters to Stoddard about Hungerford from... more
Allison, John, 1893-
Music Division | JPB 86-3
John Allison was an American singer, composer, lyricist, and collector of folk songs. Folk songs, chiefly lyrics only, including songs for Space way ballads and Katonah; correspondence, radio scripts, clippings, scrapbooks, brochures, and... more
Gauthier, Eva, 1885-1958
Music Division | JPB 91-42
24 items
Eva Gauthier, a mezzo-soprano, was born in Ottawa. John Edmunds was an American composer, 1 of 10 who collaborated in A Garland for Eva Gauthier, 1948. 12 ALS, chiefly on paper printed with the address Hotel Thirty-Three, 33 W. 51st St, New York... more
Irma and Paul Milstein Division of United States History, Local History and Genealogy | AZ 13-3610
11 linear feet (26 boxes)
Cranefield, Paul F. (Paul Frederic), 1925-
Billy Rose Theatre Division | *T-Mss 2006-006
19.5 linear feet (25 boxes)
The Paul Cranefield Papers, 1824-2002 [bulk years 1951-2002], document medical doctor and theater enthusiast Paul Cranefield’s interest and contribution to New York City’s theatrical world, and in particular the Off-Off Broadway movement. The... more
Estate Project for Artists with AIDS
Manuscripts and Archives Division | MssCol 4798
9 linear feet (21 boxes)
The Estate Project for Artists with AIDS formed in 1991 as a temporary project of the Alliance for the Arts and grew into a permanent organization with offices in New York City, Los Angeles, and Miami. These records document the first national... more
New York Foundation
Manuscripts and Archives Division | MssCol 18363
97.37 linear feet (231 boxes)
The New York Foundation is a philanthropic foundation, established in New York City in 1909 for the purpose of providing financial support towards "altruistic purposes, charitable, benevolent, educational, or otherwise." For over a century, the... more
Gay Men's Health Crisis, Inc.
Manuscripts and Archives Division | MssCol 1126
169.68 linear feet (408 boxes, 3 oversized folders, 1 tube); 14.18 Megabytes (2, 671 computer files); 916 video files, 168 vhs tapes
The Gay Men's Health Crisis (GMHC), America's oldest AIDS organization, formed in 1982, serves to educate the public about HIV/AIDS, provide care services for People with AIDS (PWAs), and advocate at all levels of government for fair AIDS... more
Tureck, Rosalyn
Music Division | JPB 86-4
6 linear feet (18 boxes)
Pianist, clavichordist and harpsichordist known for her interpretation of the works of J.S. Bach. Published and unpublished scores by various composers with markings by Tureck; programs, clippings, and brochures.
Randolph, David
Music Division | JPB 11-16
13.35 linear feet (42 boxes, 1 tube, 1 other item)
Conductor, radio host, and music educator David Randolph (1914-2010) was an active member of the New York classical music community. He served as musical director of the Randolph Singers, the Masterwork Chorus, and The St. Cecilia Chorus and was a... more
Radio City Music Hall (New York, N.Y.)
Billy Rose Theatre Division | *T-Mss 2002-005
The manuscript and photograph collection of James Stewart Morcom and John William Keck contains a scrapbook, newspaper and magazine clippings, photo albums, photographs, theater programs, souvenir brochures, playbills, theater journals, and a copy... more
Halprin, Anna
Jerome Robbins Dance Division
1.42 linear feet (1 box, 1 volume)
Anna Halprin, an American dancer known for her innovative and experimental technique, is a leading figure of the postmodern dance movement. This collection documents the artist's career with print materials, press clippings, biographies, San... more
Hamlin, George, 1869-1923
Music Division | JPB 87-34
3.86 linear feet (10 boxes)
George Hamlin (1868-1923) was an American tenor. His daughter, Anna (1900-1988), was a soprano and voice instructor. The George and Anna Hamlin papers, dating from 1868 to 1983, document the careers of both vocalists through clippings, diaries,... more
Philp, Richard
Jerome Robbins Dance Division | (S) *MGZMD 197
32 linear feet (75 boxes)
Richard Philp was the editor-in-chief of Dance Magazine, from 1989-2000. The collection reflects his editorship at the magazine.
Miller, Jacques, 1905-
Music Division | JPB 97-66
21 folders of music in 2 boxes
Freund, Marya, 1876-1966
Music Division | JOB 91-30
1.66 linear feet (6 boxes)
60 items of correspondence from Arnold and Gertrud Schoenberg to Marya Freund ; 121 items of correspondence from other musicians concerning performances of Schoenberg's works ; 31 programs and brochures, all with works of Schoenberg and all... more
Johnson, Carole Y.
Jerome Robbins Dance Division | (S) *MGZMD 313
1.26 linear feet (3 boxes)
The Carole Y. Johnson Aboriginal Dance portfolios hold documents relating to her work as an activist, art director, choreographer and dancer. Johnson, of African-American descent, developed Aboriginal Islanders dance programs through the Black... more
Clark Center for the Performing Arts (New York, N.Y.)
Jerome Robbins Dance Division | (S) *MGZMD 176
18.5 linear feet (38 boxes)
The Clark Center Records document the activities of the Clark Center for the Performing Arts, an arts organization focusing on dance training and the presentation of new talent and emerging dance companies. The collection covers the years... more
Harris, Dale, 1928-1996
Jerome Robbins Dance Division | (S) *MGZMD 201
8.19 linear feet (20 boxes)
Dale Harris was a preeminent dance critic who lectured on a wide variety of topics including ballet, cultural history, and opera. The collection consists of correspondence, lectures, articles, photographs, programs, contracts, legal records,... more
Viola, Renzo, 1889-1976
Music Division | JPB 92-60
1 linear foot (3 boxes)
Renzo Viola, born Lorenzo Viola in Sicily in 1889, was a piano teacher and composer in New York City and in Lindenhurst, Long Island. He composed music for the silent movie, The Trifling Woman ; invented an educational toy piano named Alice in... more
Index of New Musical Notation
Music Division | JPB 12-07
9.2 linear feet (18 boxes)
The Index of New Musical Notation was a research project formed in 1971 in New York City by music editor and writer Kurt Stone to bring unity and standards to modern music notation. The Index developed out of a committee at the Music Library... more
Hirschmann, Ira Arthur, 1901-1989
Music Division | JPB 86-10
The Ira Hischmann Papers provide information on the founding and activities of The New Friends of Music. Hirschmann's personal correspondence with famous musicians is included as well.
Hadassah, 1909?-1992
Jerome Robbins Dance Division | (S) *MGZMD 128
1.05 linear feet (3 boxes)
The New Dance Group (NDG), founded in 1932, provided classes, scholarships, studio rentals, public performances, and support of new choreographic work to the New York City dance community. The Hadassah collection of New Dance Group Studio, Inc.... more
Sherman, Stuart, 1945-2001
Billy Rose Theatre Division | *T-Mss 1996-012
13.8 linear feet (30 boxes, 7 oversized folders); 147.456 kb (5 computer files)
Stuart A. Sherman (1945-2001) was a New York-based visual, film, and performance artist. The Stuart A. Sherman artist files date from 1959 to 2000 and contain articles and essays, production files, and publications that document his work across... more
Cunningham, Merce
Jerome Robbins Dance Division | (S) *MGZMD 196
43 linear feet (84 boxes)
Merce Cunningham (1919-2009) was a choreographer. He started his career as a dancer with Martha Graham’s company, and then left to start his own company. The company, which was created over 60 years ago, is now closed. The collection brings... more
Symphony Space (Firm)
Music Division | JPB 16-16
80.34 linear feet (132 boxes, 28 volumes); 14.69 gb (9421 computer files)
Symphony Space, founded in 1978, is a multidisciplinary performing arts center located on the Upper West Side of Manhattan in New York City. The Symphony Space records (1978-2016) document the history, operation, and programming activity of the... more
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