Scope and arrangement
The Frédérique Petrides papers are arranged in ten series:
Correspondents with several letters include: Mathieu Crickboom, David Diamond, Sophie Drinker, Musical Advance, National Broadcasting Company, Carol Neuls-Bates, A. R. Orage, Parks Department (of New York City), George Schaun, Virginia L. Short, Emily Skeel, H. B. Whitaker, and the World Center For Women's Archives, Inc.
Includes the publication Women in Music, August 1935 to December 1940. Also includes clippings, correspondence, articles, photographs and notes pertaining to the publication.
-Clippings, programs, photographs, correspondence.
-Mostly typed, some autograph material.
-Related names and works: Petrides, Frédérique; Dalton School; Llewellyn Park; Masters School, Dobbs Ferry; Seymour School; Mitropoulos, Dimitri.
Includes correspondence, clippings, articles and programs including Orchestrette Classique, West Side Community Concerts, Carl Schurz and Washington Square Parks concerts
Includes correspondence, legal papers, personal notebooks and writings.
Includes photographs of family and career, sketches, drawings, and posters.
Includes holographs, manuscripts, and published scores, some with dedications to Petrides.
Autograph books listing works by various composers in Petrides hand.
Clippings and programs relating to Frédérique Petrides and her concerts.
Includes radio transcript and material by Jan Ellen Groh.