Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
Identifier: MSS 26
Scope and Contents The Salzedo collection includes a personal scrapbook, composition books, and printed materials documenting his achievements as a child prodigy in France, his education at the Bordeaux and Paris Conservatories, and his performance career after moving to the United States. In addition, there are scrapbooks kept by Salzedo while serving as President of the Annual National Harp Festival (1922-31), records of the Harp Department at the Curtis Institute of Music (1924-61), snapshots of personal,...
Identifier: MSS 20
Scope and Contents The collection consists of the personal papers of Lynnwood Farnam, including correspondence, diaries and notebooks, scrapbooks, programs, clippings, and church service programs, all which document his personal life and career as a church and performing organist and head of the new organ department at the Curtis Institute of Music. The collection includes an extensive collection of photos and specifications of organs that Farnam viewed and played during his career and travels (1900-1928). In...
Identifier: PH 4
Scope and Contents This collection of photographs includes those taken and or commissioned by Curtis's Communications Department (now part of Advancement Dept.) and includes formal and informal events, performances, building photos, materials for publication, photos of visiting artists and Curtis tours. Photos were assigned to one of the following groups: 1. Students and Groups, 2. Individuals, 3. Buildings, 4. Graduation 5. Curtis Events, 6. Opera, 7. Orchestra, 8. Tours, 9. Friends of Curtis 10. Directors, 11....
Identifier: PH 1
Overview This collection consists of digitized photographs from the Curtis Archives General Collection, 1924-2011 (bulk 1924-1960). Photographs are cataloged by date of processing and include images from donated collections as well as "loose" images of unknown provenance. Images are for research purposes only. Copyright restrictions may apply. Please contact the Archives for information related to use, publication, and/or dissemination.