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Washington D.C. Music:

  • Poli’s Theatre; November 26, 1929; Roland Hayes (Tenor), Percival Parham (Piano); The Concertgoer; Program; Inside program, an advertisement for “The Infinite Shoeblack”

  • Poli’s Theatre; December 6, 1929; Fritz Kreisler (Violin), Carl Lamson (Piano); The Concertgoer; Program

  • Poli’s Theatre; February 4, 1930; Boston Symphony Orchestra, Dr. Serge Koussevitzky (Conductor); Mrs. Wilson-Greene’s Concerts; Program

  • Poli’s Theatre; February 11, 1930; Emma Otero (Soprano), Frank La Forge (Piano); Mrs. Wilson-Greene’s Concerts; Program

  • Poli’s Theatre; February 19, 1930; Rosa Ponselle (Soprano), Stuart Ross (Piano); Mrs. Wilson-Greene’s Concerts; Program

  • Poli’s Theatre; February 28, 1930; Beniamino Gigli (Tenor), Margaret Shotwell (Piano), Miguel Sandoval (Accompanist); Mrs. Wilson-Greene’s Concerts; Program

  • The President Theatre; November 21, 1922; Rachmaninoff Pianist; Mrs. Wilson-Greene’s Concerts; Program; Inside Program, Advertisement for Tareyton London Smoking Mixture, Pennsylvania Train Ticket Envelope and Ticket Stub dated January 6, 1924, A Postcard to a Theresa (?) in Washington D.C. from a Lillian L.V. at Culver Academy, Indiana postmarked October 29, 1923

  • Poli’s Theatre; February 20, 1923; Lucrezia Bori (Soprano), Wilfred Pelletier (Piano); Mrs. Wilson-Greene’s Concerts; Program

  • Poli’s Theatre; December 3, 1923; Vladimir DePachmann (Piano); Mrs. Wilson-Greene’s Concerts; Program

  • Poli’s Theatre; October 28, 1928; Amelita Galli-Curci (Soprano), Homer Samuels (Piano), Ewlad Haun (Flute); Mrs. Wilson-Greene’s Concerts; Program

  • Poli’s Theatre; November 7, 1928; Louise Homer (Contralto) & her daughter, Louise Homer Stires (Soprano); Mrs. Wilson-Greene’s Concerts; Program

  • Poli’s Theatre; November 27, 1928; Roland Hayes (Tenor), Percival Parham (Piano); Mrs. Wilson-Greene’s Concerts; Program; Inside Program, Advertisement for “A Night in Spain”

  • Poli’s Theatre; December 5, 1928; Fritz Kreisler (Violin), Carl Lamson (Piano); Mrs. Wilson-Greene’s Concerts; Program; Inside Program, Advertisement for “Thurston the Famous Magician”

  • Poli’s Theatre; February 5, 1929; Sigrid Onegin (Contralto), Franz Rupp (Piano); Mrs. Wilson-Greene’s Concerts; Program; Inside Program, Advertisement for ED. Wynn in “Manhattan Mary”

  • Poli’s Theatre; February 11, 1929; The Revelers (Radio & Record Artists); Mrs. Wilson-Greene’s Concerts; Program

  • Poli’s Theatre; March 6, 1929; The Boston Symphony Orchestra, Serge Koussevitzky (Conductor); Mrs. Wilson-Greene’s Concerts; Program

  • Poli’s Theatre; November 4, 1929; Vladimir Horowitz (Piano); The Concertgoer; Program


New York Music:

  • Carnegie Hall; December 11, 1906; MME. Gadski (Recital), Loudon Charlton (Management); Publisher, Alfred Scott; Program

  • No Location; n.d.; MME. Kirsten Flagstad, Benefit Concert for The Children’s Aid Society; Advertisement Bulletin

  • Carnegie Hall; November 8, no year; Kristen Flagstad (Soprano), Edwin McArthur (Piano); Program Bulletin (Possibly the bulletin to the preceding entry)

  • Labor Stage; June 15, circa 1938; A Recital of Folk Songs, Isa Kremer; Program Bulletin

  • 108 West 16th Street; December 27, 1942, January 3 & 10, 1943; Doris Humphrey & the Humphrey-Weidman Repertory Company, Norman Cazden (Musical Director); Program Bulletin

  • Carnegie Hall; July 16, 1944; The New York Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra, Fritz Reiner (Director), Rudolf Serkin (Assisting Artist, Piano); Program Bulletin; Program for July 23 is on the back

  • Columbia University, Philosophy Hall; July 24, 1935; Recital, Georg Gut (Tenor), Hienz Eickoff (Accompanist); Program Bulletin

  • Carnegie Hall; Golden Anniversary Season 1940-41, November 8, 1940; Kristen Flagstad (Soprano), Edwin McArthur (Piano); Program

  • A page of a program, torn from an unknown source; circa early 1900s

  • Metropolitan Opera House; April 6-12, 1931, 24th Week 1930-31 Season; Metropolitan Opera Company; Gala Concert, Giulio Gatti-Casazza (General Manager); Program

  • Lincoln Center, Philharmonic Hall; December 5-8, 1963, 122nd Season 1963-64; New York Philharmonic, Leonard Bernstein (Music Director); Program


United Kingdom (UK) Music:

  • Usher Hall, Edinburgh; August 22, 1954; Edinburgh International Festival, Opening Concert; Danish State Radio Symphony Orchestra, Erik Tuxen (Conductor); Program

  • Usher Hall, Edinburgh; August 27, 1954; Edinburgh International Festival of Music & Drama; Orchestre National de la Radiodiffusion Francaise, Charles Munch (Conductor), Isaac Stern (Violin); Program

  • Edinburgh; August 23-September 11, 1954; The Edinburgh Festival; Scottish Command presents The Edinburgh Tattoo; Parades, Drills & Band by the Royal Academy; Program

  • Queen Elizabeth Hall; May 29-31, 1976; Strauss in Vienna; London Concert Orchestra, John Ludlow (Leader), Marcus Dods (Conductor), Vilem Tausky (Conductor); Contains the program listing for all days of the show; Program & Ticket Stub for May 31, 1976

  • Royal Albert Hall; July 27, 1973; Henry Wood Promenade Concert; BBC Symphony Orchestra, Eli Goren (Leader), Pierre Boulez (Conductor); Program & Ticket Stub

  • Royal Festival Hall; July 4, 1954; The London Philharmonic Orchestra, Joseph Shadwick (Leader), Royalton Kisch (Conductor); Program

  • Royal Festival Hall; February 29, 1956; New Era Concert; Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Arthur Leavins (Leader), Richard Austin (Conductor); Program


Switzerland/Germany Music:

  • Luzern; August 8-28, 1954; Luzern Internatioale Musik-Festwochen; Philharmonia Orchestra London, Herbert Von Karajan (Leader); Souvenir Program (Mostly in German, some French), Ticket Order Form & Bookmark

  • Lucerne, August 8-28, 1954; Lucerne International Festival of Music; Schedule of Events; Program Bulletin (Same event as above, this schedule is in English)

  • Casino Kursaal Lucerne, August 9-13, 1954; Orchestrre Du Casino, M. Ernst Hans Beer (Director); Program (Mostly in German)

  • Munich, TheatreGemeinde; August 10, 1954; The Munich Philharmonic (Die Munchener Philarmoniker), Adolf Mennerich (Leader), Rosl Schmid (Piano); Program Bulletin (In German)

  • Munich; August 9, 1954; Festkonzert, Columbus, Werner Egk; The Munich Philharmonic (Die Munchener Philarmoniker); Program Bulletin (In German)


Paris, France Music:

  • Theatre De Verdure; July 25, 1954; Gilbert Becaud, Raymond Bernard (Piano); Program (In French); Inside Program, Advertisement for Maxim’s La Troupe Officielle Du Carrousel & a Program Bulletin for Les Amis Du Theatre Populaire; July 23, 1954; “Le Mythe Solaire Dans Macbeth”

  • Theatre Des Champs-Elysees; April 4, 1974; Orchestre National de l Office de Radiodiffusion-Television Francaise, Jean Martinon (Director), Daniel Wayenberg (Piano), Gerald English (Tenor); Program (In French)


Purdue University, West Lafayette Indiana, Music:

  • Hall of Music; November 16, 1966; The Vienna Johann Strauss Orchestra; Two Ticket Stubs

  • Edward C. Elliott Hall of Music; April 16, 1969; The Cleveland Orchestra, George Szell (Musical Director), Pierre Boulez (Conductor), Robert Marcellus (Clarinet); Program & Ticket Stub

  • Edward C. Elliott Hall of Music; March 13, 1969; Vladimir Ashkenazy (Piano); Purdue University Convocations & Lectures Series; Program Bulletin & Ticket Stub

  • Edward C. Elliott Hall of Music; March 17, 1967; Byron James (Piano); Purdue University Convocations & Lectures Series; Program Bulletin & Ticket Stub


Michigan, Music:

  • Lutkin Hall, Evanston Illinois; November 12, 1965; Northwestern University & University of Michigan, Men’s Glee Clubs, “Music Men” William Ballard (NWU Conductor), Philip A. Duey (UofM Conductor); Program Bulletin

  • Michigan State University; n.d.; The State Singers, Dr. Harold Brown (Director); Program Bulletin

  • University of Michigan; 1950; Symphonic Band, William D. Revelli (Conductor); Program Bulletin


Winona Lake, Indiana; Music:

  • Tabernacle; August 16, 1927; Farewell Concert, Madame Schumann-Heink, Edward Collins (Piano); Program Bulletin

  • No Location; August 16, 1921; Song Recital, Amelita Galli-Curci, Manuel Berenguer (Flute), Homer Samuels (Piano); Program Bulletin

  • No Location; August 19, 1920; Song Recital, Amelita Galli-Curci, Manuel Berenguer (Flute), Homer Samuels (Piano); Program Bulletin; Hand written notes on back

  • Tabernacle; August 6, no year; Madame Louise Homer, Miss Ruth Emerson (Piano); Program Bulletin


Miscellaneous; Music

  • Indiana University Auditorium; November 13, 1966-67 Season, 148th Program; Varsity-Civic Band, William Russell (Conductor) & Symphonic Wind Ensemble, Ronald D. Gregory (Conductor); Program Bulletin

  • Elkhart, Indiana; 1972-73; List of Officers & Board of Directors; Concert Club Inc.

  • Festival Concert Hall, Stratford, Ontario; August 7, 1956, 2nd Annual Season of Music July 7 – August 11; Stratford Shakespearean Festival, Rudolf Serkin (Piano), Martial Singher (Baritone); Program Bulletin

  • No Location; n.d.; The Vienna Johann Strauss Orchestra, Eduard Strauss II (Conductor), Dagmar Koller (Soprano), Walter Kraeutler (Tenor); Program Bulletin

  • No Location; Season 1969-70; The Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra, Izler Solomon (Music Director & Conductor), Thomas Briccetti (Associate Conductor); The Community Concert Association; Bravo Magazine; Program

  • The First Congregational Church, Columbus, Ohio; December 23, 1973; La Nativite Du Seigneur; G. Dene Barnard (Organist); Program Bulletin

  • Moorhead, Minnesota; 1974 Concert Season; The Concordia Choir, Paul Christiansen (Conductor), Kurt Wycisk (Manager); Program Bulletin; Inside Bulletin, Flyer of Upcoming Events for 1973-74 Music-Lecture Series

  • Cathedral Hall Masonic Temple; May 15, 1935; Recital; Celia Wolberg (Piano), Sol Dworkin (Manager); Program Bulletin

  • Bangkok, Thailand; n.d.; Nan Nall (Soprano); United States Information Service & American University Alumni Center; Program Bulletin; Inside Bulletin, Small Note announcing Mr. Roel van Drimmelen on Flute, Page with poetry about the Orient, Page with biographical information on Nan Null, Barbara Owens & Carl Fuerstner


#34 Casaday Miscellaneous Items & Information:
Art Exhibits, South Bend (S.B.) Area:

  • Tribune Auditorium, S.B.; October 14-23, no year; An Exhibition of Important Paintings by Prominent American Artists; League of Women Voters; Bulletin

  • Y.M.C.A., S.B.; April 12-18, 1921; Annual Art Exhibit of the Department of Art of the Progress Club; Progress Club; Bulletin

  • Progress Club, S.B.; April 2-9, 1922; Catalogue, Paintings by Nicholas R. Brewer & Contemporary Artists; Progress Club; Bulletin

  • Progress Club, S.B.; April 3-18, 1923; Fourth Annual Art Exhibition; Art Department of the Progress Club; Bulletin

  • Progress Club House, S.B.; Beginning January 11, 1926; Seventh Annual Art Exhibition; Art Department of the Progress Club; Bulletin; A few handwritten notes inside

  • 620 West Washington Ave., S.B.; 1947; South Bend Art Association Inc.; Introductory Bulletin; Relates facts about the association and its founding. Franklin D. Schurz, of the Schurz Library, is listed as a trustee.

  • The E.M. Morris School (Formerly Tippicanoe Place), 610 West Washington Ave, S.B.; May 4-10, 1947; South Bend Art Exhibit of Hoosier Salon Paintings; Hoosier Art Patrons Association; Bulletin

  • No Location Given but probably at 620 West Washington Ave., S.B.; February 10 – March 31, 1948; American Painting in the manner of the Late Nineteenth & Early Twentieth Centuries; South Bend Art Association; Program

  • No Location Given but probably at 620 West Washington Ave., S.B.; April 25 – May 1, 1948; Twenty-Fourth Annual Hoosier Salon; South Bend Art Association; Bulletin

  • South Bend Art Center; January 7-22, 1973; Artist & Model Three Views, Recent Portraiture by Anthony Droege, Harold R. Langland & Harold Zisla; Program Book; All three artists at the time were IUSB faculty. There is a hand drawn map on the back cover.


Various Items Not Assigned To A Folder:

  • IUSB; 1975; The James Lewis Casaday Theatre Collection of IUSB, Vol. 1; A Bibliographical listing of holdings from the Casaday Collection

  • Goodman Theatre; February & March, 1959; Exhibitions Educational Activities; The Art Institute of Chicago; Booklet; Mailed to a Miss Ada A. Myer

  • Light Opera Librettos, Gilbert & Sullivan Operas; n.d.; “The Gondoliers; or The King of Barataria”; Bass Publishers; Script; (4 copies) Three of the copies have names written on the front cover (most likely belonging to the different cast members). Each copy also has hand written notes in them. One copy contains the name James L. Casaday. The fourth copy is not marked on.

  • Orchestra Hall, Chicago; November 16, no year; La Argentina, Spain’s Greatest Dancer; Metropolitan Music Bureau; Program Bulletin

  • Civic Opera House; February 21, circa 1940; San Francisco Opera Ballet, Harry Zelzer (Director, Concert Management); Advertisement Flyer (2 Copies)

  • The Irish Theatre, New York; circa 1930-31; Art Exhibit & Theatre Information, Patric Farrell (Director), Mrs. Dorothea Donn-Byrne (General Chairman), Aidan Roark (Floor Committee Chairman); Program Bulletin; Inside, Invitation to ‘AE’ George Russell Reception, January 11, 1931; The Irish Theatre, Membership Application; A Composite Criticism of The Irish Theatre, George Bernard Shaw, George Jean Nathan, Gilbert Seldes

  • April 1958, Vol. 23, Number 9; “Guide to the Discussion of the M-G-M Screen Version of Dostevsky’s The Bothers Karamazov” Yul Brynner as Dmitri Karamazov; Prepared by Joan Rosengren, William Lewin Ph.D. (General Editor); Photoplay Studies

  • May 1958, Vol. 23, Number 10; “A Guide to the Discussion of the Kirk Douglas Production The Vikings”; Prepared by Donald L. Smith, William Lewin (General Editor); Photoplay Studies

  • Valparaiso University, The Memorial Chapel; April 24, 1959; Founders Day Convocation, Valparaiso University Centennial; Program (3 Copies, the programs along with the following items are all enclosed in a plastic bag); Flyer containing information on Memorial Chapel; Western Union Telegram to Casaday, info on dress for the event; Follow up letter from telegram, discusses further the required dress & thanks for participation; Tentative Program of Events; Information for Delegates letter; Instructions to Participants; Train & Bus Schedule; “The Torch of Valparaiso University” Newspaper

  • The Picture Galleries, Marshall Field & Company, Chicago; January 28 – February 11, 1939; The 15th Annual Hoosier Salon, Art Exhibit; Hoosier Salon Patrons Association, John C. Shaffer (President); Program, Contains handwritten notes inside

  • Westchester County Center, White Plains New York; 1937, 1938; Westchester Workshop; Westchester County Commission, Mrs. Eugene Meyer (Chairman); Program

  • 23 Arcade Court, Chicago; September 3, 1937; Copper Kettle (Restaurant); Menu

  • The New Education Center, South Bend Indiana; August 27, 1969; Reception for Superintendent Donald A. Drake; Program

  • IUSB, Northside Hall Auditorium; June 23, no year; Invitation to the Dedication of the Franklin D. Schurz Library

  • Justice & Peace Center, South Bend Indiana; February 2, 1976; United Religious Community of St. Joseph County, URC Education Task Force; Program Bulletin

  • Opera House, Chicago; March 15, no year; Victor Borge, “Comedy in Music”; Ticket Order Form

  • Selwyn Theatre, Chicago; December 1948 – January 1949; “The Red Shoes”; Ticket Order Form

  • The Latchis Theatre, Brattleboro Vermont; January 15 & 17, 1988; Mozart’s “The Magic Flute”; The Brattleboro Music Center; Ticket Order Form

  • Erlanger Theatre, Chicago; December 29, 1935; This Week in Chicago, Judith Anderson, Helen Menken “The Old Maid”; Front Page only of Program

  • No Location, 1970; Musical Show, Special Man of LaMancha Issue; Published in New York; Program Notes & Information

  • Selwyn Theatre, Chicago; December 30, no year; “Art Versus Propaganda in the Theatre” A Symposium; The Drama Union; Bulletin; Also advertised, After-Theatre Supper Party, January 4, no year

  • No Location; n.d.; La Mort De Cleopatre (The Death of Cleopatra); A Drama in One Act by Henri Cain & Maurice Bernhardt; Presented by Sarah Bernhardt; Fred Rullman Inc. New York (Publisher); Script

  • Apollo Theatre, Chicago; March 22, no year; Guy Bates Post, “A Lady in Pawn”; Ralph Thomas Kettering; Advertisement Flyer

  • No Location; circa 1920s.; “The Fool” by Channing Pollock; Booklet; Discusses the play, also contains scenes and critic’s views

  • Art Institute of Chicago; November 6, 1957; 75th Anniversary Exhibition, Picasso – Private Showing; The University of Chicago Alumni Association; Program Bulletin

  • James Whitcomb Riley High School; June 4, 1965; Senior Awards Assembly (Commencement); Program Bulletin; Inside bulletin is a program note concerning the speakers at the ceremony

  • Central High School; April 16, 1943; Easter Service; Hi-Y Club of Central High School; Church Bulletin

  • Central Junior/Senior High School Auditorium; April 28, 1944; Memorial Assembly, Honoring Local Veterans who died during WWII; Program Bulletin

  • No Location; October 14, no year; Testimonial in Honor of W. Thorton, Teacher; Program Bulletin

  • Playland Park, South Bend; June 29-30, 1940; Reserve League Horse Show, 2nd Annual; Program

  • The Cube, Chicago; n.d.; Oscar Wilde’s “Salome”; Ticket Order Form

  • Colonial Theatre, Boston; December 7, 1903; No Title of Production; Program (2 Copies); Either pages are missing from both copies, or these are some type of advertisement, because there is no production featured in either one.

  • Goodman Memorial Theatre, Chicago; April 28, 1960; Great Lakes Foundation, Fourteenth Annual Board of Directors Meeting; Program

  • No Location; 1974; Twenty Years of Lyric Opera; 1974 Gala Anniversary Season; Subscription Advertisement

  • John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts; January 6-10, 1988; American College Theater Festival, 20th Anniversary; NBC; Program

  • Civic Theatre; March 10, no year; America’s Great Dancer, Martha Graham; Harry Zelzer (Concert Management); Advertisement Flyer

  • Civic Opera, Chicago; Week of October 27, no year; The Chicago Civic Opera (1st Week); Schedule of Performances



Completed 2005 by IUSB Archives Student Worker, Terri Vega.



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