Found in 28 Collections and/or Records:
The collection consists of programs, scrapbooks, clippings, cast lists, photographs, illustrations, correspondence, personal items, invitations, a manuscript score of Aida, playbills, and reviews pertaining to New Orleans musical and theatrical performances between 1843 and 1990. There are also music programs from places outside of New Orleans.
The collection consists of costume designs and descriptions of four Carnival krewe balls: Maids of Troy; Andalusia, New Iberia; Faed Setum, Lafayette; and The Ancient Scribes. There are also color slides of costume designs from Ancient Scribes and Maids of Troy from 1963-1964. In addition, there are newsclippings and ball programs.
This collection consists of minutes, treasurers' reports, membership lists, hostesses' notebooks, program announcement post cards, and other records of the Friday Afternoon Club in New Orleans, Louisiana.
The collection consists of four scrapbooks of material about the French Opera House in New Orleans, Louisiana from 1856 to 1919. Items include cast lists from opera programs, subscription lists, and newspaper clippings.
This collection consists of personal and professional correspondence, biographical information, scores, music manuscripts, concert programs, handwritten and typed notes, printed material, and clippings regarding the life and career of music professor and composer, Giuseppe Ferrata. Ferrata founded the Newcomb College Piano Department in 1909 and taught there until his death in 1928.
This collection consists of handwritten and typed documents, certificates, correspondence, photographs, literary manuscripts, reports, speeches, club records, journals, clippings, and other papers pertaining to the life and work of Ida Weis Friend, a New Orleans native active in civic and social affairs.
The collection consists of research notes Louis Panzeri (1902-1983) used for his book, Louisiana Composers; programs and brochures; music associations material; and early letters on musical subjects. Panzeri, a music teacher and voice coach in New Orleans, collected Louis Moreau Gottschalk correspondence, mementoes, and newspaper clippings, which are also included. There are obituaries of other musicians as well as a photograph of the choir at St. Patrick's Church, New Orleans.
This collection consists of a biography, correspondence (1942-1979), photographs, invitations, newspaper clippings (1935-1970s), programs, and movie star memorabilia. There are biographies in addition to photographs of movie stars. Maud O'Bryan Ronstrom was a columnist for the Times-Picayune and the States-Item who wrote a daily advertising column. The clippings are of Ronstrom's own column and writings.
This collection includes programs, newsletters, concert schedules, broadsides, advertisements, correspondence, sheet music, performance descriptions, and other records of the New Orleans early-music ensemble that specializes in performing music of the Medieval and Early Baroque periods. The collection document's the group's founding in 1966, when it was originally called The Woodvine Recorder Consort.
The collection consists of the Ruth McEnery Stuart Clan's historical and biographical information, constitution, and bylaws. It also contains clippings, lists of officers, correspondence, minutes from meetings, treasurer's reports, bank statements, yearbooks, as well as scrapbooks. The literary society was founded in 1915 by Judith Hyams Douglas, who named the society after her friend, author Ruth McEnery Stuart.
Copies of documents and translations of material in the Papeles Procedentes de Cuba, Archivo General de Indias relating to the Spanish Colony of Louisiana. The documents were photographed in the Archivo for the Carnegie Institution of Washington. The translations were made by the W.P.A. from photostats loaned to the Howard Memorial Library.