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Popular sheet music, 1910-1950.
Robert W. Waite was a cellist for the Saturday Night Club. His collection includes personal papers from his time spent as a member of the group.
Rodney Hansen was an organist and choirmaster who graduated from the Peabody Conservatory of Music and spent much of his career in Baltimore. His personal papers include correspondence, concert programs, and clippings related to his career.
James Ross Gould was a film actor and songwriter who served as a first lieutenant in the United States Army. The Ross Gould papers contain manuscript and facsimile scores of songs by Gould, poems by Gould inscribed to the painter Durett Stokes, publicity photos of Gould from his Hollywood film career, and clippings.
The Ruth K. Inglefield papers and harp music collection (assembled approximately 1960-2018) contain music for harp used by former Peabody Conservatory faculty member Ruth Inglefield. Most items are printed scores or reproductions composed between 1960 and 2010 and contain Inglefield's annotations. Many scores of chamber music include parts. The collection also contains a copy of Inglefield's dissertation and some professional ephemera.
Sam Carner is a musical theater composer and librettist who collected sheet music along with his father (Frank Carner) and grandfather (Al Rose). The Sam Carner sheet music collection contains 19th and 20th century popular sheet music, musical magazines, and song compilations.
Sheet music composed or published by songwriter William Henry Kennedy, better known as Harry Kennedy.
Sergio Cervetti left his native Uruguay in 1962 to study composition in the United States, graduating with a degree from the Peabody Conservatory in 1967 and later teaching music at the Tisch School of the Arts at New York University from 1972 to 1997. As a composer, he wrote more than 100 works drawing from electronic music, folk elements, European tradition, and minimalist aesthetics. The Sergio Cervetti papers contain scores and recordings of his works.