New York: April 5, 1935. Variant of the portrait from the same session published in Portraits: The Photography... Read More about Portrait photograph of Aaron Copland
Paris: Librairie Fischbacher, 1900. Read More about Correspondence de Wagner et de Liszt. Traduction Française par L. Scmitt
New York: Alfred Scott Publisher, . First Edition. Read More about Carnegie Hall Program, SIGNED BY BRUNO WALTER
New York: H. de Marsan Dealer in Songs, Toy Books & C. No. 54 Chatham, nd. Read More about "The Father of Freedom. Air: Red, White and Blue."
London: Printed for T. Longman, C. and R. Ware, 1767. The Twenty-Eighth edition. Read More about Hymns and Spiritual Songs. In Three Books
Philadelphia: Theodore Presser, 1927. First edition. The compiler-arranger did his work at West Virginia Collegiate Institute. Read More about Forty Negro Spirituals. Compiled and Arranged for Solo Voice with Pianoforte Accompaniment
New York: May 31, 1946. She Broke the Color Barrier in American Opera. In 1946, the year Van Vechten shot this fine profile portrait of the young soprano, Camilla Williams (b. 1922) became the first Afro-American to sign a contract with a major American opera company (the New York City..... Read More about Portrait photograph of soprano Camilla Williams
Girard, Kansas: Haldeman-Julius Company, n.d. No 626 of the "Little Blue Book" series. Read More about Negro Songs. An Anthology
Brussels: ca. 21 May 1877. Manuscript Music Scores Commemorating Pope Pius IX. Manuscript fair copy scores by the Belgian composer Adolphe Wouters (1849-1924) for three unpublished works commemorating Pope Pius IX (1792–1878). The first two works, "Tu es Petrus" and "Messe Pontificale" — both works for tenor solo, 4-part choir..... Read More about Tu es Petrus et Messe Pontificale. Composés pour le Jubilé épiscopal de La Sainteté Pie IX...
New York: Alfred Scott Publisher, . First Edition. Read More about Carnegie Hall Program, SIGNED BY VASSILY ZAVADSKY
Chicago: 3 March 1903. Well known pianist, wife of Signumd Zeisler the Chicago lawyer, she toured Europe and played with the Chicago Symphony. From the autograph collection of Harry P. Kuhn Jr. Read More about Card signed "Fannie Bloomfield Zeisler"