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PITTSBURGH MUSIC - ARCHIVAL MATERIAL

 

CHARLES N. BOYD (1875-1937)

qr 780.973 B66s volumes 94-99: 1895, 1904, 1925, 1930-1936

Location: Oliver Room


FINDING LIST

NOTE: Volumes 94, 95, 96, 97, 98, & 99 have been combined into one volume.

Volume 94

A collection of programs, newspaper items, and music journal critiques from and about Pittsburgh music and musicians (1933-1934).

Volume 95

A collection of programs, newspaper items, and music journal critiques from and about Pittsburgh music and musicians (1925, 1932, 1933, 1935, 1936).

Includes a large, printed booklet, The Cathedral of Learning, by Chancellor John Bowman in 1925, detailing the purpose and need of this new main structure on the campus of the University of Pittsburgh.

Volume 96

A collection of programs, newspaper items, and music journal critiques from and about Pittsburgh music and musicians (1932, 1934, 1935).

Also included is a copy of CARNEGIE Magazine, Pittsburgh, November 1928 in which is a report of Founder's Day 1928. All speeches given are recorded here, especially a lengthy one by Andrew W. Mellon - Pittsburgh native and Secretary of the Treasury.

Volume 97

One program about Pittsburgh music and musicians (November 21, 1930).

Volume 98

A collection of programs, newspaper items, and music journal critiques from and about Pittsburgh music and musicians (1931-1934).

Special note: Also included here is an article from the Pittsburgh Press, October 9, 1904, headlined: "The Pittsburgh Orchestra's New Conductor" [Emil Paur] written by Charles N. Boyd

Volume 99

A collection of programs, newspaper items, and music journal critiques from and about Pittsburgh music and musicians (1930, 1933).

Special Note: Also in this volume is a program from Carnegie Music Hall, Pittsburgh dated December 13, 1895 when Mme. Melba was guest artist with the Operatic Concert Company for that evening's program.