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The Marshall Bartholomew papers, 1929-1966 (inclusive).

Author: Marshall Bartholomew
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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The Marshall Bartholomew Papers document Bartholomew's life and work as conductor of the Yale Glee Club, leader of international choral exchanges, and organizer of Army singing during World War 2. The Papers contain manuscripts of Bartholomew's musical compositions and choral arrangements. The Papers also hold correspondence, programs, writings by Bartholomew, and miscellaneous items.
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Genre/Form: Correspondence
Named Person: Guido Adler; Luiz Heitor Corrêa de Azevedo; Marshall Bartholomew; Prescott Sheldon Bush; Robert Commanday; Clarence A Grimes; Alfred Whitney Griswold; Fenno Heath; Hans W Heinsheimer; Reuben A Holden; Edwin Hughes; K B Jirák; John Kirkpatrick; Carl A Lohmann; Glenn Miller; Earl V Moore; Geoffrey O'Hara; Rollin G Osterweis; George Wilson Pierson; Francis Rogers; William Schuman; Charles Seymour; Bruce Simonds; Carleton Sprague Smith; Harold Spivacke; Rudy Vallée
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Marshall Bartholomew
OCLC Number: 702190754
Description: 4.5 linear ft. (10 boxes)
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The Marshall Bartholomew Papers document Bartholomew's life and work as conductor of the Yale Glee Club, leader of international choral exchanges, and organizer of Army singing during World War 2. The Papers contain manuscripts of Bartholomew's musical compositions and choral arrangements. The Papers also hold correspondence, programs, writings by Bartholomew, and miscellaneous items.

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