- Call number
- JPB 90-76
- Physical description
- .25 cu. ft.
- Preferred Citation
- Correspondence concerning singing schools, ca. 1830-1921, in the Northeastern States, Music Division, The New York Public Library
- Music Division
- Access to materials
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46 ALS, 12 TLS and 6 postcards to Mrs. Edith M. Judkins and her daughter Miss Edith M. Judkins II from various persons responding to an appeal in The American Agriculturalist, 1961 Jan. 7, for information about singing schools, singing masters, and song-books, for use in the daughter's master's thesis. Letters originate chiefly in the Northeastern States and contain reminiscences and other material covering years from about 1830 through 1921.
Using the collection
New York Public Library for the Performing Arts, Dorothy and Lewis B. Cullman Center
40 Lincoln Center Plaza, New York, NY 10023-7498