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#32 Casaday Chicago Music:


  • Illinois Philharmonic, 1985-86 Season; Ticket Order Form

  • Columbus Drive Auditorium; March 12, 1982; Liona Boyd & Nicholas Pennell, “The Rose & the Fire”; The Arts Institute of Chicago; Program Bulletin & Ticket Stub

  • Orchestra Hall; March 12, 1945; Lotte Lehmann (Soprano), Paul Ulanowsky (Piano); The Adult Education Council of Chicago; Program Bulletin (2 copies)

  • Orchestra Hall; November 3, 1934; 44th Season 1934-35; Henry E. Voegeli (Manager), Frederick Stock (Conductor), Eric DeLamarter (Associate Conductor); Chicago Symphony Orchestra; Program Bulletin

  • Assisting Artists Auditorium; October 27, 1918; Enrico Caruso in Concert; The Metropolitan Musical Bureau; Program Bulletin

  • Orchestra Hall; October 26, 1930; Albin Steindel Recital (Violin), Walter Steindel (Piano); Program Bulletin/Ticket Order Form in one

  • Auditorium Theatre; November 16, 1924; John McCormack, Edwin Schneider (Accompanist); Charles L. Wagner & D.F. McSweeney (Management); Program Bulletin

  • No Location; n.d.; The Little Symphony Orchestra of Chicago, George Dasch (Conductor); Program Bulletin

  • No Location; n.d; Percy Grainger (Pianist-Composer); Antonia Sawyer (Management); Program Bulletin

  • Orchestra Hall; April 11, circa 1947; Kirsten Flagstad (Singer); Harry Zelzer (Management); Ticket Order Advertisement

  • Orchestra Hall; March 27, 1932; 13th Season 1931-32; The Civic Orchestra of Chicago; Henry E. Voegeli (Concert Direction), Fredrick Stock (Musical Director), Eric DeLamarter (Conductor), Mari Barova (Contralto), Thaddeus Kozuch (Pianist), Sascha Corado (Baritone); The Civic Music Association of Chicago; Program Bulletin

  • No Location; February 23, 1930; The Ensemble of Fourteen from the Little Symphony Orchestra of Chicago; George Dasch (Conductor); The Art Institute of Chicago; Program Bulletin

  • Grant Park; September 6, 1929; George Dasch (Conductor); Chicago Federation of Musicians Series of Evening Concerts; Program Bulletin

  • Grant Park; August 18, 20, 21 & 22, 1965; Edward Gordon (Managing Director), Irwin Hoffman (Principal Conductor); Chicago Park District; Program Bulletin

  • Guild Theatre; October 24, 1937; Harald Kreutzberg, Friedrich Wilckens (Piano); Frances Hawkins (Management); Program Bulletin

  • Rockefeller Memorial Chapel, The University of Chicago; December 3 & 17, 1978; “Messiah an Oratorio”, The Rockefeller Chapel Choir & Orchestra, Richard Vikstrom (Conductor); Program Bulletin (2 copies)

  • The Swift Bridge of Service; July 1, 1934 (Week of); “A Century of Progress Series,” The Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Eric DeLamarter (Conductor); Swift & Company; Program

  • Orchestra Hall; October 19, 1930; Geraldine Farrar, Valentin Pavlovsky (Piano); C.J. Foley (Direction); Program (2 copies)

  • Orchestra Hall; November 20, 1927; Geraldine Farrar, Claude Gonvierre (Piano); Bertha Ott (Local Direction), C.J. Foley (Direction); Program

  • Orchestra Hall; Sixth Week, November 8, 10 & 11, 1973; 83rd Season 1973-74; The Chicago Symphony Orchestra; Sir Georg Solti (Musical Director), Henry Mazer (Associate Conductor), Sir Georg Solti (Conductor); Program (2nd copy in box 31)

  • Orchestra Hall; Twenty-Fourth Week, March 18, 19 & 20, 1971; 80th Season 1970-71; The Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Georg Solti (Music Director), Carlo Maria Giulini (Principal Guest Conductor), Henry Mazer (Associate Conductor), Carlo Maria Giulini (Conductor), Pinchas Zukerman (Violin); Program & Ticket Envelope with Ticket Stub

  • Orchestra Hall; Fourth Week, October 17, 18 & 19, 1968; 78th Season 1968-69; The Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Irwin Hoffman (Acting Musical Director), Irwin Hoffman (Conductor), Jay Friedman (Trombone); Program

  • Orchestra Hall; Twenty-Fourth Program, March 30 & 31, 1967; 76th Season 1966-67; The Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Jean Martinon (Music Director); Irwin Hoffman (Associate Conductor); Jean Martinon (Conductor), Vladimir Ashkenazy (Soloist); Program

  • Orchestra Hall; Third Program, October 7 & 8, 1965; 75th Season 1965-66; The Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Jean Martinon (Music Director), Irwin Hoffman (Associate Conductor), Jean Martinon (Conductor), John Browning (Soloist); Program

  • Orchestra Hall; Nineteenth Program, February 14 & 15, 1952; 61st Season 1951-52; The Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Rafeal Kubelik (Conductor), George Schick, (Assistant Conductor), Bruno Walter (Guest Conductor), Zinka Milanov (Soprano), Elena Nikolaidi (Contralto), David Poleri (Tenor), Cesare Siepi (Basso), Choral Organizations of Northwestern University – George Howerton (Director); Program; Advance Programs, February 21-22; Rafael Kubelik (Conductor), Myra Hess (Soloist); Program Bulletin (2 copies)

  • Orchestra Hall; Various Performances for the month of January, 1932; January 9, 16 & 30th – Popular Concert Programs; January 20th – The Young People’s Concert; January 31st – The Civic Orchestra; Program

  • Orchestra Hall; Performances for October & November, 1931; October 24th – The Popular Concerts; November 7 & 14 – The Popular Concerts; Program

  • Orchestra Hall; Performances for October & November, 1931; October 17 & 24 – The Popular Concerts; November 7th – The Popular Concerts; Program

  • Orchestra Hall; Eighth Program, December 2 & 3, 1927; 37th Season 1927-28; The Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Frederick Stock (Conductor), Eric DeLamarter (Assistant Conductor); Maurice Marechal (Soloist); Program

  • Orchestra Hall; Third Program, October 30 & 31, circa 1925; 35th Season 1925-26; The Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Frederick Stock (Conductor), Eric DeLamarter (Assistant Conductor); Program

  • Orchestra Hall; First Program, October 10 & 11 circa 1924; 34th Season 1924-25; The Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Frederick Stock (Conductor), Eric DeLamarter (Assistant Conductor); Program

  • Tenthouse Theatre, Highland Park; Week of July 26, 1959; Louis Armstrong & His Concert Group; Presented by Herb Rogers; Program

  • Orchestra Hall; December 12, circa 1950; William Kapell (Pianist); Judson, O’Neill & Judd Inc. – Management; 1 Page Advertisement

  • Ravinia Opera House; Ravinia Season 1931; Week of August 17-23; 17th – La Rondine, 18th – Faust, 19th – Ballo in Maschera, 20th – Children’s Program, 21st – Peter Ibbetson, 22nd – La Juive, 23rd – Orchestra Program, 23rd - Marouf ; Program (2 copies)

  • Ravinia Opera House; Ravinia Festival 1944; June 27-August 15; Music Under the Stars; Program

  • Ravinia Opera House; Ravinia Festival 1969; Eighth Week, 34th Season; August 12-17; Program

  • Ravinia Opera House; Ravinia Festival 1970; 35th Season; August 11-18; Program

  • Ravinia Opera House; Ravinia Festival 1972; Sixth Week, 37th Season; July 24-30; Program & Ticket Stub

  • Ravinia Opera House; Ravinia Festival 1974; Third Week, 39th Season; July 10-13; Program & Ticket Stub

  • Orchestra Hall; April 11, 1947; Kirsten Flagstad with Edwin McArthur (Piano); Harry Felzer Concert Management; Program

  • Orchestra Hall; November 21, 1948; Ezio Pinza with Herman Allison (Piano); Allied Arts Corporation; Program

  • Studebaker Theatre; 1930-31 Season; November 2, 1930; Frieda Hempel with Alfred Boyington (Violin) & Isaac Van Grove (Piano); Bertha Ott Inc.; Program

  • Various Locations, Civic Opera House, The Playhouse, Civic Theatre, Orchestra Hall & Studebaker Theater; 1930-31 Season; Various Dates & Performances for the month of February, 1931; Bertha Otts Inc.; Program


#33 Casaday Miscellaneous Music:
Civic Music Association, South Bend:

  • Central High School; January 19, circa 1935; The Saint Louis Symphony Orchestra, Vladimir Golschmann (Conductor); Arthur J. Gaines (Manager); Program Bulletin

  • No Location; n.d.; Marian Anderson in Concert with Kosti Vehanen (Piano); Civic Concert Service Inc., George Engles (President); Program Bulletin (3 copies)

  • No Location; n.d.; Cecil Arden (Mezzo-Soprano), New York String Quartet; Civic Concert Service Inc.; Program Bulletin (The bulletin is torn in half, creating 2 separate pages)

  • No Location; November 21, 1954 (Date is hand written on the front of the bulletin); Gina Bachauer (Piano); Civic Concert Service Inc.; Program Bulletin

  • No Location; December 5, 1934 (Date is hand written on the front of the bulletin); Attilio Baggiore (Tenor), Robert Macdonald (Piano); Civic Concert Service Inc.; Program Bulletin; Attilio Baggiore Biography Bulletin (The program is inside the biography)

  • Central High School; April 30, no year; Attilio Baggiore; NBC Artists Service (Management); Performance History & Biography; No Location; n.d.; Attilio Baggiore (Tenor); Robert Macdonald (Piano); Civic Concert Service Inc.; Program Bulletin (The performance history & biography is inside the program bulletin)

  • No Location; circa, post 1943; The Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Desire Defauw (Conductor & Musical Director), Leon Fleisher (Soloist); Civic Concert Service Inc.; Program Bulletin

  • John Adams High School (This location was discerned by a hand written note on the front of the bulletin stating, “Last concert in John Adams”); March 16, 1957 (This date was also hand written on the front of the bulletin); The Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, Thor Johnson (Music Director); Civic Concert Service Inc.; Program Bulletin; Membership Renewal Reminder; Flyer (Inside the program bulletin)

  • No Location; circa 1933-43 (Information was found on the following bulletin); The Cleveland Orchestra, Artur Rodzinski (Conductor), Rudolph Ringwall (Associate Conductor); Civic Concert Services Inc.; Program Bulletin (2 copies)

  • No Location, circa 1947 (Information gathered from short biography on the front of the bulletin, info was also used to discern approximate years for the previous listing); The Cleveland Orchestra; George Szell (Musical Director & Conductor), Rudolph Ringwall (Associate Conductor); Civic Concert Service Inc.; Program Bulletin

  • No Location, circa 1954; The Cleveland Orchestra, George Szell (Musical Director & Conductor); Civic Concert Service Inc.; Program Bulletin

  • No Location; n.d.; The Continental Ensemble, Emma Runitch, Victor Chenkin, Raphael, Leo Lefleur (Piano); Civic Concert Service Inc.; Program Bulletin; Central High School; January 7, no year; The Continental Ensemble, Victor Chenkin, Emma Runtich, Raphael; Flyer (Is inside the program bulletin)

  • No Location; March 19, 1955 (Handwritten on front of bulletin); The Detroit Symphony Orchestra, Paul Paray (Conductor); Civic Concert Service Inc.; Program Bulletin (2 copies)

  • No Location, n.d.; Arthur Fear (Baritone), Ralph Angell (Piano); Civic Concert Service Inc.; Program Bulletin (2 copies)

  • High School Auditorium, February 25, no year; Arthur Fear (Baritone); NBC Artists Service (Management); Press Release & Biography

  • No Location, n.d.; Festival of Song, Lara Hoggard (Director), Felisa Conde (Feature), Wallace Hornibrook (Piano); Civic Concert Service Inc.; Program Bulletin

  • No Location, n.d.; Kristen Flagstad (Soprano); Civic Concert Service Inc.; Program Bulletin

  • No Location, n.d.; Cesare Formichi (Baritone), Jacques Gordon (Violin); Civic Concert Service Inc.; Program Bulletin (2 copies)

  • No Location; n.d.; Helen Freund (Soprano), Alfred Wallenstein (Cellist), Virginia Wilson (Piano); Civic Concert Service Inc.; Program Bulletin

  • No Location, n.d.; Dusolina Giannini (Soprano), Molly Bernstein (Piano); Civic Concert Service Inc.; Program Bulletin

  • No Location, October 9, 1955 (Date is handwritten on front of bulletin, also has the word, “Excellent” written on it); Arthur Gold & Robert Fizdale (Duo-Pianists); Civic Concert Service Inc.; Program Bulletin

  • No Location, n.d.; Martha Graham & Company, Louis Horst (Musical Director); Civic Concert Services Inc.; Program Bulletin

  • No Location, n.d.; Percy Grainger (Piano); Civic Concert Services Inc.; Program Bulletin

  • No Location, November 11, 1955 (Date handwritten on front of bulletin); Frank Guarrera (Baritone), Sherman Frank (Piano); Civic Concert Service Inc.; Program Bulletin (3 copies, only 1 has the date written on it)

  • No Location, n.d.; Winifred Heidt (Contralto), Eugene Conley (Tenor), Marcel Frank (Piano); Civic Concert Service Inc.; Program Bulletin

  • No Location, n.d.; Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra, Fabien Sevitzky (Musical Director & Conductor); Civic Concert Service Inc.; Program Bulletin

  • No Location; n.d.; Mary McCormic (Soprano), Percy Grainger (Piano), Civic Concert Service Inc.; Program Bulletin (2 copies); Annotations (Program Bulletins are inside the Annotations)

  • No Location, n.d.; James Melton (Tenor), Peter Hansen (Piano); Civic Concert Service Inc.; Program Bulletin

  • No Location; n.d.; Robert Merrill (Baritone), Carroll Hollister (Piano); Civic Concert Service Inc.; Program Bulletin

  • No Location; n.d.; Metropolitan Opera Artists Ensemble, Jarmila Novotna (Soprano), Hertha Glaz (Contralto), Raoul Jobin (Tenor), Martial Singher (Baritone), Leo Muller (Piano); Civic Concert Service Inc.; Program Bulletin

  • No Location; n.d.; Poldi Mildner (Piano); Civic Concert Service Inc.; Program Bulletin

  • No Location; n.d.; Nathan Milstein (Violin); Civic Concert Service Inc.; Program Bulletin

  • South Bend High School; February 16, 1935 (Location & Date are handwritten on front page of 1 of the bulletins); Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra, Eugene Ormandy (Conductor); Civic Concert Service Inc.; Program Bulletin (3 copies); Press Release Bulletin (Program Bulletins are inside)

  • No Location; n.d.; Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra, Dimitri Mitropoulos (Conductor); Civic Concert Service Inc.; Program Bulletin

  • No Location; n.d.; Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra, Antal Dorati (Musical Director), Thomas Nee (Assistant Conductor); Civic Concert Service Inc.; Program Bulletin

  • No Location; n.d.; Claudia Muzio (Prima Donna Soprano); Civic Concert Service Inc.; Program Bulletin

  • No Location; n.d.; New York Pro Musica, Noah Greenberg (Musical Director); Civic Concert service Inc.; Program Bulletin

  • No Location; n.d.; The New York String Quartet; Civic Concert Service Inc.; Annotations for the Program (Program Bulletin appears to be missing. The annotations do not belong to the following entry)

  • Blackstone Theatre; November 16, 1926; New York String Quartet; Arthur Judson (Concert Management); No Publisher Info; Program Bulletin

  • No Location; n.d.; Elly Ney (Piano), Glenn Drake (Tenor), Bernard Helfrich (Accompanist); Civic Concert Service Inc.; Program Bulletin

  • No Location; n.d.; de Paur Infantry Chorus, Leonard de Paur (Conductor); Civic Concert Service Inc.; Program Bulletin

  • No Location; n.d.; Jan Peerce (Tenor), Warner Bass (Piano); Civic Concert Service Inc.; Program Bulletin

  • Notre Dame (This location is inferred, the program bulletin lists Notre Dame as being in co-operation); circa 1940 (Date is handwritten on the front of the bulletins); Philadelphia Orchestra, Eugene Ormandy (Conductor); Civic Concert Service Inc.; Program Bulletin (2 copies)

  • No Location; n.d.; Philadelphia Orchestra, Eugene Ormandy (Conductor); Civic Concert Service Inc.; Program Bulletin

  • Notre Dame; April 30, 1945; Philadelphia Orchestra, Eugene Ormandy (Conductor), Saul HCaston (Associate Conductor); No Publisher Info; Press Release Bulletin (There is no Program Bulletin attached to this press release, so it is uncertain which, if any, of these bulletins it belongs to. However, the prior Notre Dame program is a good possibility)

  • No Location; n.d.; Philadelphia Orchestra, Eugene Ormandy (Conductor); Civic Concert Service Inc.; Program Bulletin (2 copies)

  • No Location; n.d.; Ezio Pinza (Basso), Fritz Kitzinger (Piano); Civic Concert Service Inc.; Program Bulletin (2 copies)

  • No Location; n.d.; The Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra, Paul Paray (Guest Conductor); Civic Concert Service Inc.; Program Bulletin

  • No Location; n.d.; The Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra, William Steinberg (Conductor); Civic Concert Service Inc.; Program Bulletin; * (Inside Bulletin) – A letter to a Mrs. A.A. Myer from the Chicago Tribune’s Assistant Circulation Director, H.J. Hirsch. The letter is in regards to a review written by Miss Claudia Cassidy. There is also a news clipping of the review entitled, “On the Aisle”. There is nothing to indicate why the letter & news clipping are included in this particular program.

  • No Location; n.d.; The Robert Shaw Chorale, Robert Shaw (Conductor); Civic Concert Service Inc.; Program Bulletin (3 copies) One of the copies has several numbers written in it next to the musical items, there are also notes & items scratched out, as well as a mathematical equation on the back.

  • No Location; n.d.; Artur Rubinstein (Piano); Civic Concert Service Inc.; Program Bulletin

  • No Location; n.d.; Russian Symphonic Choir, Basile Kibalchich (Conductor); Civil Concert Service Inc.; Program Bulletin; Annotations for the program (Bulletin is inside the Annotations)

  • No Location; 1936-37 Season; St. Louis Symphony Orchestra, Vladimir Golschmann (Conductor), Arthur J. Gaines (Manager); Civic Concert Service Inc.; Program Bulletin

  • No Location; n.d.; St. Louis Symphony Orchestra, Vladimir Golschmann (Conductor); Civic Concert Service Inc.; Program Bulletin

  • No Location; November 11, 1959 (Date is handwritten on the front of 1 bulletin); Irmgard Seefried (Leading Soprano-Vienna State Opera), Paul Ulanowsky (Piano); Civic Concert Service Inc.; Program Bulletin (2 copies)

  • No Location; n.d.; Rudolf Serkin (Piano); Civic Concert Service Inc.; Program Bulletin (3 copies)

  • No Location; n.d.; Societa Corelli, Silvano Zuccarini (Cello), Mirella Zuccarini (Piano); Civic Concert Services Inc.; Program Bulleti

  • No Location; n.d.; Marjorie Lawernce (Soprano); Civic Concert Service Inc.; Program Bulletin

  • No Location; n.d.; Josef Lhevinne (Piano); Civic Concert Service Inc.; Program Bulletin (2 copies)

  • No Location; March 15-April 11, 1927; The Little Symphony Orchestra of Chicago, George Dasch (Conductor), Herman Felber (Violin); Civic Concert Service Inc.; Program Bulletin (2 copies); Annotations (2 copies) Bulletins are inside the annotations. One of the bulletins has a blank check, made out to the Civic Music Association, attached to it.

  • No Location; March 19-April 13, 1928; The Little Symphony Orchestra of Chicago, George Dasch (Conductor), Theodore Du Moulin (Violin); Civic Concert Services Inc.; Program Bulletin

  • No Location; March 24, 1956 (Date handwritten on 1 of the bulletins); Victoria De Los Angeles (Soprano), Paul Berl (Piano); Civic Concert Services Inc.; Program Bulletin (3 copies) Inside one of the bulletins is a news clipping, dated October 19, 1958 (Date is handwritten); Title of news clipping is, “De Los Angeles Heard in Recital”.

  • No Location; n.d.; John Charles Thomas (Baritone), Carroll Hollister (Piano); Civic Concert Services Inc.; Program Bulletin

  • No Location; n.d.; Alexander Uninsky (Piano); Civic Concert Services Inc.; Program Bulletin

  • No Location; October 23, 1958 (Date is handwritten on front of bulletin); Cesare Valletti (Tenor), Leo Taubman (Piano); Civic Concert Services Inc.; Program Bulletin

  • No Location; January 30, 1955 (Date is handwritten on front of bulletin); Victor Herbert Festival, Robert Rounseville (Tenor), Lillian Murphy (Soprano), Jean Leslie (Mezzo-Soprano), Glenn Darwin (Baritone), Rene Wiegert & Aldo DiTullio (Piano); Civic Concert Services Inc.; Program Bulletin (3 copies)

  • No Location; n.d.; Vienna Choir Boys, Rector Josef Schnitt (Dean), Victor Gomboz (Musical Director); Civic Concert Services Inc.; Program Bulletin

  • No Location; n.d.; Reinald Werrenrath (Baritone), Herbert Carrick (Piano); Civic Concert Service Inc.; Program Bulletin (2 copies but 1 copy is just the program, the other copy is the program and the annotations)

  • Saint Mary’s College; January 15, 1959; Stuttgart Chamber Orchestra, Karl Munchinger (Conductor), Werner Krotzinger (Violin), Johannes Rainer Koelble (Violin), Siegfried Barchet (Violoncello); No Publisher Info; Program Bulletin

  • No Location, circa post 1962; Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra, Izler Solomon (Conductor); Summy-Birchard Company; Program Bulletin

  • No Location; circa post 1962; Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra, Izler Solomon (Conductor); Civic Concert Service Inc.; Program Bulletin

  • No Location; n.d.; I Musici, Felix Ayo, Italo Colandrea, Anna Marie Cotogni, Walter Gallozzi, Giulio Cesare Casellato, Luciano Vicari (Violin), Carmen Franco, Cino Ghedin (Violas), Enzo Altobelli, Mario Centurione (Cello), Lucio Buccarella (Bass), Maria Teresa Garatti (Piano); Civic Concert Services Inc.; Program Bulletin

  • No Location; n.d.; Don Cossack Russian Male Chorus, Serge Jaroff (Conductor); Civic Concert Services Inc.; Program Bulletin

  • John Adams Auditorium; January 15, 1944; The Philadelphia Opera Company; Advertisement Flyer



Pennsylvania/Connecticut Music:

  • Villanova University, Penn.; 1964; 4th Annual Intercollegiate Jazz Festival; Presented by the Student Council; No Publisher Info; Souvenir Program

  • Pittsburgh Penn., University of Pittsburgh; April 5, 1966; Organ Recital, Robert Sutherland Lord; Program Bulletin

  • Heinz Hall, Pittsburgh Penn.; June 12-16, circa 1973; Harry Belafonte; Program; Inside Program, a News Clipping; June 13, 1973; “Harry Belafonte Show Mixture of Concert Hall, Nightclub Fare”

  • Pittsburgh Penn.; February 4 & 6, 1966, 1965-66 Season; Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra, William Steinberg (Music Director); Program

  • Washington Club Hall, Conn.; August 23, 1929; Golden Jubilee Concert, Washington Choral Club, Dr. Arthur D. Woodruff (Conductor), Irene Williams (Soprano), Willard Amison (Tenor), Reinald Werrenrath (Baritone), Mrs. William B. Hickox (Piano); Times Print Shop, New Milford, Conn.; Program


Massachusetts, Music:

  • Symphony Hall, Boston; 66th Season 1946-47, 11th Program January 7, 14, 21, 28, 1947; Boston Symphony Orchestra, Serge Koussevitzky (Conductor), Richard Burgin (Associate Conductor), George E. Judd (Manager); Program

  • Symphony Hall, Boston; 66th Season 1946-47, 15th Program February 4, 11,18, 25, 1947; Boston Symphony Orchestra, Serge Koussevitzky (Conductor), Richard Burgin (Associate Conductor), George E. Judd (Manager); Program

  • Symphony Hall, Boston; 67th Season 1947-48, 10th Program December 16, 23, 30, 1947 & January 6, 1948; Boston Symphony Orchestra, Serge Koussevitzky (Conductor), Richard Burgin (Associate Conductor); Program; Subscription Order Blank for the Theatre Arts inside Program

  • Symphony Hall, Boston; 67th Season 1947-48, 14th Program January 13, 20, 27, 1948 & February 3, 1948; Boston Symphony Orchestra, Serge Koussevitzky (Conductor), Richard Burgin (Associate Conductor); Program

  • Symphony Hall, Boston, 67th Season 1947-48, 21st Program March 2, 9, 16, 23, 1948; Boston Symphony Orchestra, Serge Koussevitzky (Conductor), Richard Burgin (Associate Conductor); Program

  • Symphony Hall, Boston; 63rd Season 1948, 1st Program May 4, 11, 18, 1948; Boston Pops Orchestra, Arthur Fiedler (Conductor); Program Bulletin

  • Symphony Hall, Boston; 35th Season 1920, June 23, 24, 25, 26, 28, 29, 1920; The Symphony Hall Pops, W.H. Brennan (Manager); Program (Inside the program on the June 23rd concert, there are a multiple number of autographs)

  • Symphony Hall, Boston; 52nd Season 1932-33, 10th Program December 22, 23, 1932 (11th Program listed in back); Boston Symphony Orchestra, Dr. Serge Koussevitzky (Conductor); Program

  • Symphony Hall, Boston; 52nd Season 1932-33, 11th Program December 30, 31, 1932, 12th Program January 13, 14, 1933; Boston Symphony Orchestra, Dr. Serge Koussevitzky (Conductor); Program

  • Symphony Hall, Boston; 58th Season 1938-39, 7th Program November 25, 26, 1938, 8th Program December 2, 3, 1938; Boston Symphony Orchestra, Dr. Serge Koussevitzky (Conductor); Program

  • Poli’s Theatre; Season 1923-24, 1st Concert in Series, November 9, 1923; Mrs. Wilson-Greene’s Concerts, The Duncan Dancers (Anna, Lisa, Margo) & Alberto Salvi (Harp); Program

  • Symphony Hall, Boston; 65th Season 1945-46 Programs 9-12, December 1, 8,15, 22, 1945; Boston Symphony Orchestra, Serge Koussevitzky (Conductor), Richard Burgin (Associate Conductor); Program

  • Symphony Hall, Boston; 65th Season 1945-46 Programs 13-16; December 29, 1945, January 5, 12, 19, 1946; Boston Symphony Orchestra, Serge Koussevitzky (Conductor), Richard Burgin (Associate Conductor); Program

  • Symphony Hall, Boston; 65th Season 1945-46 Programs 17-20; January 26, 1946, February 2, 9, 16, 1946; Boston Symphony Orchestra, Serge Koussevitzky (Conductor), Richard Burgin (Associate Conductor); Program

  • Symphony Hall, Boston; 65th Season 1945-46 Programs 21-24; February 23, 1946, March 2, 9, 16, 1946; Boston Symphony Orchestra, Serge Koussevitzky (Conductor), Richard Burgin (Associate Conductor); Program

  • Symphony Hall, Boston; 65th Season 1945-46 Programs 25-26; March 23, 30, 1946; Boston Symphony Orchestra, Serge Koussevitzky (Conductor), Richard Burgin (Associate Conductor); Program

  • Symphony Hall, Boston; 65th Season 1945-46 Programs 27-30; April 6, 13, 20, 27, 1946; Boston Symphony Orchestra, Serge Koussevitzky (Conductor), Richard Burgin (Associate Conductor); Program; News Clipping inside the program, A Line O’ Type or Two, “Nymph of the Nile”

  • Symphony Hall, Boston; 66th Season 1946-47 Programs 1-4 (Programs 2 & 3 are missing); October 8, 29, 1946; Boston Symphony Orchestra, Serge Koussezitzky (Conductor), Richard Burgin (Associate Conductor); Program

  • Woolsey Hall, New Haven; 66th Season 1946-47 Programs 5-8; November 12, 19, 26, 1946, December 3, 1946; Boston Symphony Orchestra, Serge Koussevitzky (Conductor), Richard Burgin (Associate Conductor); Program

  • Sanders Theatre, Cambridge; 66th Season 1946-47 Programs 7-10; November 26, 1946, December 3, 10, 17, 1946; Boston Symphony Orchestra, Serge Koussevitzky (Conductor), Richard Burgin (Associate Conductor); Program

  • Symphony Hall, Boston; 58th Season 1938-39 Programs 7-8; November 25, 26, 1938, December 2, 3, 1938; Boston Symphony Orchestra, Serge Koussevitzky (Conductor), Richard Burgin (Associate Conductor); Program; Inside Program, Erlanger Theatre, Chicago, April 12, “Idiot’s Delight” Bulletin; Wilbur Theatre, Boston, November 21, 1938, “American Landscape” Bulletin; The Christian Science Publishing Society, “Welcome Visitor”, Boston, Mass, Visitor’s Booklet

  • Symphony Hall, Boston; November 17, 1940; Dorothy Maynor (Soprano); Program Bulletin; Inside, News Clipping, Music, “Dorothy Maynor” The original copy has been discarded do to acid damage, and has been replaced by a photocopy.

  • Widener, Harvard University; May 8, 15, 22, 1923; The Harvard Glee Club, Dr. Archibald T. Davison (Conductor); Program Bulletin

  • Lenox, Massachusetts; July 2 – August 10, 1958; Berkshire Festival, Boston Symphony Orchestra, Charles Munch (Music Director); Calendar of Events

  • Tanglewood, Lenox, Massachusetts; 1951 Season Programs 10-12; August 2, 4, 5; Berkshire Festival, Boston Symphony Orchestra, Charles Munch (Music Director); Program

  • Tanglewood, Lenox, Massachusettes; 81st Season, 1961, August 4, 5, 6; Berkshire Festival, Boston Symphony Orchestra, Charles Munch (Music Director); Program

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