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PITTSBURGH MUSIC - ARCHIVAL MATERIAL

 

CHARLES N. BOYD (1875-1937)

qr 780.973 B66s volumes 45-51, 1916-1924

Location: Oliver Room


FINDING LIST

Volume 45

A collection of programs, newspaper items, and music journal critiques from and about Pittsburgh music and musicians. (1917-1918).

Includes a page from MUSICAL AMERICA of October 20, 1917 with headline: "Pittsburgh to spend $250,000 for its concerts alone this year." Many interesting photos of leading musicians accompany this page.

NOTE: The pages from this volume 45 have been combined with volumes 48 & 49.

Volume 46

A collection of programs, newspaper items, and music journal critiques from and about Pittsburgh music and musicians. (1921-1924).

NOTE: The four pages from this volume 46 have been combined with volumes 47, 50 & 51.

Volume 47

A collection of programs, newspaper items, and music journal critiques from and about Pittsburgh music and musicians. (1919-1920).

NOTE: The pages from this volume 47 have been combined with volumes 46, 50 & 51.

Volume 48

A collection of programs, newspaper items, and music journal critiques from and about Pittsburgh music and musicians. (1916-1917).

Note: In a letter dated October 15, 1916 Boyd was asked to submit his account of his professional career for the BAKER'S BIOGRAPHICAL DICTIONARY OF MUSICIANS, Third Edition.

NOTE: The pages from this volume 48 have been combined with volumes 45 & 49.

Volume 49

A collection of programs, newspaper items, and music journal critiques from and about Pittsburgh music and musicians. (1917-1919).

NOTE: The pages from this volume 49 have been combined with volumes 45 & 48.

Volume 50

A collection of programs, newspaper items, and music journal critiques from and about Pittsburgh music and musicians. (1923-24).

NOTE: The four pages from this volume 50 have been combined with volumes 46, 47 & 51.

Volume 51

A collection of programs, newspaper items, and music journal critiques from and about Pittsburgh music and musicians, including an article of "local color" about Harvey Gaul's new automobile being stolen, in which was one of his new compositions. (1923-1924).

NOTE: The pages from this volume 51 have been combined with volumes 46, 47, & 50.