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Saturday Morning Musical Club records, 1909-1971 (bulk 1920-1948)

AZ 443


Collection Summary

Creator: Saturday Morning Musical Club (Tucson, Ariz.)
Collection Name:Saturday Morning Musical Club records,
Inclusive Dates: 1909-1971 (bulk 1920-1948)
Physical Description:9.2 linear feet
Abstract:This collection includes correspondence, reports, minutes of meetings, financial records, and programs of the various civic events and artists' series performances sponsored by the Saturday Morning Musical Club, as well as similar materials related to the Temple of Music and Art.
Collection Number:AZ 443
Repository: University of Arizona Libraries, Special Collections
University of Arizona
PO Box 210055
Tucson, AZ 85721-0055
Phone: 520-621-6423
Fax: 520-621-9733
URL: http://speccoll.library.arizona.edu/

Historical Note

The Saturday Morning Musical Club was organized in 1907 by Madeline Dreyfus Heineman. It began with twelve women performing at each others' homes but soon grew to include performances by well-known artists. The Club incorporated in 1917, and in 1927, the Club built the Temple of Music and Art to showcase these performances. The Temple of Music and Art, Inc. a non-profit corporation, was established by the Club in 1925 and closed its existence in 1961. The Club sold the building in 1972, but it continued as a non-profit organization.


Scope and Content Note

This collection includes correspondence, reports, minutes of meetings, financial records, and programs of the various civic events and artists' series performances sponsored by the Saturday Morning Musical Club, as well as similar materials related to the Temple of Music and Art.


Organization

This collection is organized into four series:
Series I: Saturday Morning Musical Club Records and Correspondence, 1911-1963
Series II: Temple of Music and Art Historical Items and Records, 1926-1963
Series III: Performance Records, 1909-1971
Series IV: Season Ticket Records, 1929-1963

Restrictions

Restrictions

None.

Copyright

It is the responsibility of the user to obtain permission to publish from the owner of the copyright (the institution, the creator of the record, the author or his/her transferees, heirs, legates, or literary executors). The user agrees to indemnify and hold harmless the Arizona Board of Regents for the University of Arizona, its officers, employees, and agents from and against all claims made by any person asserting that he or she is an owner of copyright.


Access Terms

Corporate Name(s)
Temple of Music and Art (Tucson, Ariz.)
Saturday Morning Musical Club (Tucson, Ariz.) -- Records and correspondence
Temple of Music and Art (Tucson, Ariz.) -- Records and correspondence

Geographic Name(s)
Tucson (Ariz.) -- History -- Sources

Subject(s)
Centers for the performing arts -- Arizona -- Tucson -- History -- Sources
Music -- Arizona -- Tucson -- Societies, etc. -- History -- Sources
Women -- Societies and clubs

Genre Form(s)
Bills
Correspondence
Programs


Administrative Information

Credit Line

Saturday Morning Musical Club papers(AZ 442). Special Collections, University of Arizona Libraries.


Container List

Series I: Saturday Morning Musical Club Records and Correspondence, 1911-1963
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1 Executive Board Minutes (2 volumes). , 1911-1916/17
1 Board of Directors Monthly Minutes (1 volume). , 1948-1963
1 Stock Receipts, no. 1-300.
11-2 Annual Reports. , 1921/22-1931/32, 1943?, 1945
13 "State of the Union" document. , 1933
14 Stockholders.
15-6 Stockholders Annual Meeting. , 1929, 1948-1958
17 Stock Certificates (including related correspondence).
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2 Memberships (4 volumes). , 1915/16-1924/25, 1950/51-1953/54
See also boxes 20-22, Season Tickets.
21 Articles of Incorporation and By-Laws. , 1922-1923
Includes correspondence with the Arizona Corporation Commission.
22 Property: "Cathedral Hall" on Ochoa St., Lot 11, Block 225.
Includes correspondence, taxes, bills, etc.
23 Property: South Stone and Scott, Lots 4 and 9, Block 231.
Includes correspondence, taxes, legal papers, etc.
24 Early rental of other buildings. , 1912-1929
25 Miscellaneous clippings and historical items.
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31-3 Correspondence: General. , 1920-1962
34 Correspondence: Harry Berger. , 1945-1953
35 Correspondence: Samuel S. Berger regarding mortgage. , 1955
36 Correspondence: Tucson Chamber of Commerce. , 1924-1929
37 Correspondence: Arizona Federation of Music Clubs. , 1918-1962
38 Correspondence: University of Arizona. , 1927-1963
39-10 Correspondence: Tickets and Memberships. , 1918-1963
311 Correspondence: Motion Picture Options. , 1928-1930
312 B-Sharp Club. , 1929-1934
313 La Campanella Club. , 1925-1934
314 Admission Taxes. , 1919-1962
315 Armistice Day Floats. , 1921-1923
316-17 Fund-Raising, Contributions, Gifts. , 1922-1962
318 Scholarships and music lessons. , 1924-1958
319 Stationery, forms, etc.
320 Miscellaneous undated items.
Series II: Temple of Music and Art Historical Items and Records, 1926-1963
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41 Miscellaneous historical items.
42 Correspondence: Arthur W. Hawes, Architect. , 1926-1928
43 Dedication. , October 21, 1927
4 Engraved Printer's Plates (3) used for the cover of the Dedication program.
4 Plates (4) of signatures and photograph used in the Dedication program.
4 Plate used for the program cover for Civic Concert, "In a Persian Garden." , October 27, 1922
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51 Bills: General building repairs.
52 Bills: Cleaning.
53 Bills: Electrical work and supplies.
54 Bills: Fire extinguishers, inspections, etc.
55 Bills: Fish pond, patio, shrubbery, building exterior.
56 Bills: Floor repairs.
57 Bills: Furniture.
58 Bills: Furnace, heaters, boiler.
59 Bills: Heating, fuel.
510 Bills: Janitor supplies.
511 Bills: Locks and keys.
512 Bills: Painting.
513 Bills: Plumbing problems.
514 Bills: Roofing.
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61 Rentals: Tucson Symphony Orchestra. , 1929-1937
62 Rentals: University of Arizona Shaman Players. , 1927-1930
62 Rentals: Tucson Community Players. , 1931-1933
63 Rentals: Tucson Festival Society. , 1959-1962
64 Rentals: Miscellaneous correspondence. , 1927-1963
6 Rentals: Ledgers (6 volumes). , 1927-1956
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71 Leases: Margaret Cusick School of Dancing. , 1927, 1929, 1936-1939
72 Leases: A. H. Yeomans, Motion Pictures. , 1928-1930
73 Leases: Tucson Fine Arts Association. , 1929, 1932-1942
74 Leases: Albert Stetson, Phoenix. , 1933
75 Leases: Monica F. Angulo, "El Charro" Cafe. , 1933-1935
76 Leases: Elizabeth Hawkey, Temple Hat Shoppe. , 1935-1937
77 Leases: Foster and Kleiser, billboard space. , 1935-1949
78 Leases: Seventh Day Adventists. , 1936-1937, 1943
79 Leases: Olive E. Leeke, Leader of Unity Center. , 1936-1939
710 Leases: Institute of Educational Music. , 1936-1947
711 Leases: Tucson Little Theatre. , 1938-1946
712 Leases: Inez Webster. , 1947-1949
713 Leases: Sarah Wilson & Edith Hickman, Tea Room. , 1928-1929
713 Leases: Roberta Humphrey, Dance Studio. , 1934
713 Leases: Arizona School of Arts and Crafts. , 1934-1935
713 Leases: William Strauss, proposed drama school. , 1935
713 Leases: Bunny Wheeler, Temple Fine Arts Gallery. , 1960-1961
713 Leases: Tucson Music Teachers Association. , 1961-1963
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81 Mortgage: Chase National Bank and others. , 1930-1960
82 Banks: Arizona Trust Company. , 1936-1960
Includes correspondence regarding care of the Temple building during the summer of 1936.
83 Banks: Southern Arizona Bank and Trust Co. , 1917-1929, 1952
84 Banks: Miscellaneous.
85 Insurance Policies: American Insurance Company. , 1947-1958
86 Insurance Policies: Paramount Fire Insurance Company. , 1945-1962
87 Insurance Policies: Queen Insurance Company of America. , 1945-1946
88 Insurance Policies: United States Fidelity and Guaranty Company. , 1945-1960
89-10 Insurance Policies: Industrial Commission of Arizona. , 1929-1963
811 Insurance Policies: Miscellaneous. , 1918-1961
812 Bond of Elizabeth Healy as Secretary-Treasurer. , 1948-1961
813 Contract with the Wage Scale Committee of Local no. 415 of the International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees and Moving Picture Machine Operators of the U. S. and Canada. , 1949-1958
814 Miscellaneous legal papers.
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91 Bills: Advertising, general.
92 Bills: Advertising, radio and TV.
93-4 Bills: Drayage. , 1917-1961
95 Bills: Flowers for special occasions.
96 Bills: Food, entertainment, gifts.
97 Bills: Organ repairs.
98 Bills: Piano purchase. , 1927-1929
99 Bills: Piano tuning and repairs.
910 Bills: Printing, El Tucsonese. , 1919-1937
911 Bills: Printing, F. E. A. Kimball. , 1917-1933
912 Bills: Printing, Acme Printing Co. , 1934-1948
913 Bills: Printing, various firms. , 1939-1962
914 Bills: Miscellaneous.
Includes Berger Plaque, name plates for backs of seats in the auditorium of the Temple and storage rental, 1939.
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101 Financial Reports: Various. , 1913-1962
102 Financial Reports: Monthly. , 1961-1962
103 Audits (not complete). , 1922-1962
10 Ledgers (3 volumes). , 1917-1928/29.
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11 Ledgers (2 volumes). , May 1934-March 1946
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12 Ledgers (2 volumes). , April 1946-March 1956
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13 Ledgers (2 volumes). , April 1956-May 1963
Series III: Performance Records, 1909-1971
These files contain the correspondence and bills relating to each performance. Additional programs for 1911-1916/17 will be found pasted in the two volumes of Executive Board Minutes in Box 1.
Civic Concerts and Programs, 1909-1963
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141-6 Civic concerts and programs. , 1909-1937/38
147 "Il Trovatore." , March 8, 1935
148 "Cavalleria Rusticana" and "I Pagliacci." , March 6, 1936
Includes also correspondence regarding a proposed performance of "Carmen."
149 Civic concerts and programs. , 1938/39-1940/41
1410 "Cavalleria Rusticana." , March 29, 1940
1411 Civic concerts and programs. , 1941/42-1943/44
1412 "The Warrior's Husband." , July 9-11, 1943
1413-15 Civic concerts and programs. , 1944/45-1962/63
Artist Series, 1913-1971
These files contain programs, correspondence, contracts, photographs, advertising, various financial records, etc., relating to each performance.
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151 Madame Schumman-Heink (contralto). , December 1, 1913
152 Zoellner String Quartette. , February 4, 1914
152 Havrah Hubbard Operalogue "Falstaff," with Claude Gotthelf. , December 20, 1916
152 Norma Gould Dancers. , November 24, 1919
152 Rudolph Reuter (pianist). , November 12, 1920
152 New York Chamber Music Society. , February 17, 1921
152 Frances Alda (soprano). , March 21, 1921
152 Margaret Matzenauer (contralto), Charles Carver (basso), and Frank LaForge (composer-pianist). , March 28, 1921
152 New York Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra, Joseph Stransky conductor. , April 18, 1921
152 Zoellner String Quartet. , December 12, 1921
152 Sophie Braslau (contralto). , February 28, 1922
152 Geraldine Farrar (soprano). , September 21, 1922
152 Marguerite D'Alvarwz (contralto). , November 24, 1922
152 Louis Graveure (baritone). , December 29, 1922
152 Efrem Zimbalist (violinist). , February 8, 1923
152 Flanzaley Quartet. , April 2, 1923
152 Griffes Group: Lucy Gates (soprano), Olga Steeb (pianist), and Sascha Jacobinoff (violinist). , January 22, 1924
152 Anna Case (soprano). , February 11, 1924
152 Mario Schamlee (tenor). , April 4, 1924
152 Louis Graveure (baritone). , October 20, 1924
152 Ignace Jean Paderewsky (pianist). , February 25, 1924
153 Sousa's Band. , January 10, 1922
154 "Cosi Fan Tutte," Hinshaw Opera Co. , February 28, 1923
155 Mischa Elman (violinist). , January 2, 1925
155 Denishawn Dancers. , January 8, 1925
155 Cherniavsky Trio. , January 26, 1925
155 Serge Rachmaninoff (pianist). , February 2, 1925
155 Florence Easton (soprano). , February 23, 1925
155 Rosa Ponselle (soprano). , March 20, 1925
156 Sousa's Band. , January 3, 1926
156 "La Traviata," San Carlo Opera Co. , January 15, 1926
156 "Marriage of Figaro," Hinshaw Opera Co. , February 5, 1926
156 John McCormack (tenor). , February 18, 1926
156 Indian Tribes in Song and Story: Homer Grunn (composer-pianist), and Evalyn Bentley (lecturer). , February 26, 1926
156 Charles M. Courbin (organist). , March 19, 1926
156 Tipica Orchestra of Mexico. , April 24, 1926
157 Amelita Galli-Curci (coloratura soprano). , November 29, 1926
157 Mordkin Ballet. , January 3, 1927
157 "Rigoletto," San Carlo Grand Opera Co. , January 13, 1927
157 Tipica Orchestra of Mexico. , April 24, 1926
157 Will Rogers. , March 2, 1927
158 "The Beggar's Opera." , November 22, 1927
158 Creatore and his Band. , January 20, 1928
158 Madame Schumann-Heink (contralto). , January 28, 1928
158 Os-ke-non-ton (Indian baritone).
158 Sigrid Onegin (contralto). , March 12, 1928
159 Sousa's Band. , October 27, 1928
159 Arthur Schmitz (pianist). , November 30, 1928
159 "Rose Marie." , December 31, 1928
159 Doris Niles Ballet. , January 28, 1929
159 Mildred Titcomb (pianist). , February 15, 1929
159 Geraldine Farrar (soprano). , March 12, 1929
159 Royal Belgian Band. , April 1929
1510 "Polly," Beggars Opera Co. , December 11, 1928
1511 Sir Harry Lauder and Company. , December 5, 1929
1511 Mary Lewis (soprano). , December 12, 1929
1511 Lawrence Tibbett (baritone). , January 27, 1930
1511 Tito Schipa (tenor). , February 6, 1930
1511 Kreutzberg and Georgi (dancers). , February 15, 1930
1512 Dino Borgioli (tenor). , November 26, 1929
1513 "Journey's End." , April 9, 1930
1514 Fritz Kreisler (violinist). , November 18, 1930
1514 Clare Clairbert (soprano). , December 9, 1930
1514 Kreutzberg and Georgi (dancers). , February 2, 1931
1514 "Die Walkuere," German Grand Opera Co. , February 4, 1931
1514 Cherniavsky Trio. , April 14, 1931
1514 Vasily Gromakovsky (baritone). , May 7, 1931
1515 "Street Scene," (canceled). , January 16, 1931
1516 United States Army Band. , October 15, 1931
1516 Carola Goya (Spanish dancer). , November 23, 1931
1516 "The Vinegar Tree," with Billie Burke. , December 4, 1931
1516 Richard Crooks (tenor). , December 5, 13.1
1516 Hart House Quartet.
1516 Luboviski Trio.
1516 Kreutzberg Dancers. , March 26, 1932
1517 Walter Hampden in "Cyrano de Bergerac." , March 5, 1932
1518 "House Beautiful," (canceled). , March 10, 1932
1519 Hall Johnson Choir. , November 10, 1932
1519 Clair Clairbert and D'Arkor (coloratura soprano and tenor). , December 2, 1932
1519 Thelma Given (violinist). , January 27, 1933
1519 Don Cossack Chorus. , February 7?, 1933
1519 Jose Mojica (tenor). , February 10, 1933
1519 "The Bad Man." , May 9, 1933
1520 Sir Harry Lauder. , December 13, 1932
1521 Walter Hampden in "Caponsacchi." , March 22, 1933
1522 Bartlett-Frankel String Quartet. , December 18, 1933
1522 Uday Shan-Kar and Company (Hindu dancers and musicians). , January 3, 1934
1522 Vienna Choir Boys. , January 13. 1934
1522 "A Night Off," Theater League, Inc. , March 9, 1934
1523 Luisa Espinel (Spanish folk music and dance). , December 5, 1933
1524 Elizabeth Rethberg (soprano). , November 10, 1934
1524 Myra Kinch and company of dancers. , December 13, 1934
1524 "Aida," San Carlo Grand Opera Co. , January 30, 1935
1524 Paris Instrumental Quintet. , February 27, 135
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161 Sidor Belarsky (basso). , January 10, 1936
161 Maria Isabel and Company (Spanish dancers) (canceled). , January 10, 1936
161 "Faust," San Carlo Opera Co. , February 4, 1936
161 Jascha Heifetz (violinist). , February 21, 1936
162 Hollywood Symphonic Ballet. , December 13, 1935
163 Igor Gorin (baritone). , November 19, 1936
163 Col. W. de Basil's Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo. , January 13, 1937
163 Richard Crooks (tenor). , January 30, 1937
163 Sigrid Onegin (contralto). , February 5, 1937
163 Roth String Quartet. , March 25, 1937
163 Luther King (tenor). , March 29, 1937
164 "Cosi Fan Tutte," Salzburg Opera Guild. , January 2, 1938
164 Jooss European Ballet. , January 14, 1938
164 Mischa Elman (violinist). , March 15, 1938
164 Igor Gorin (baritone). , March 22, 1938
165 "La Boheme," San Carlo Opera Co. , February 14, 1938
166 Jessica Dragonette (lyric soprano). , February 25, 1938
167 Trudi Schoop and her Comic Ballet. , March 8, 1938
168 Ballet Caravan. , November 21, 1938
168 Curtis String Quartet. , January 12, 1939
168 Alexander Kipnis (basso). , March 1, 1939
168 Martha Graham and Company (dancers). , March 6, 1939
169 Russian Don Cossack Choir. , January 19, 1939
1610 Tavo and Tanya (dancers). , November 24, 1939
1610 Luigi Palazzi (tenor). , February 6, 1940
1610 "La Traviata," San Carlo Opera Co. , February 16, 1940
1610 Margaret Sittig (violinist). , March 20, 1940
1611 United States Navy Band. , October 29, 1939
1612 "Golden Boy." , November 11, 1939
1612 "The Master Builder," with Eva Le Gallienne. , December 5, 1939
1613 San Francisco Opera Ballet. , January 19, 1940
1614 Luther King (tenor). , March 1, 1940
1615 Fray and Braggioti (duo-pianists). , March 11, 1940
1616 Igo Gorin (baritone). , March 25, 1940
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171 Devi Dja and her Bali and Java Dancers. , November 9, 1940
171 Mary Shahan (soprano) and Robert Hawkinson (pianist). , November 13, 1940
171 Manuela del Rio and her Spanish Ensemble. , January 17, 1941
171 Don Cossack Chorus. , January 28, 1941
171 Ruggiero Ricci (violinist). , February 10, 1941
171 Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo. , February 18, 1941
171 Kirsten Falgstad (soprano). , March 9, 1941
172 Jascha Heifetz (violinist). , January 26, 1942
172 Jan Kiepura (tenor). , March 2, 1942
172 "Horton Ballets." , March 17, 1942
173 Amparo and Jose Iturbi (duo-pianists). , February 5, 1942
174 Joseph Szigeti (violinist). , January 15, 1943
174 Robert O'Connor (pianist). , February 1, 1943
174 Ballet Theatre. , February 15, 1943
174 Helen Traubel (soprano). , April 30, 1943
175 Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo. , December 7, 1943
175 Anne Brown (soprano). , February 5, 1944
175 Bartlett and Robertson (duo-pianists). , March 25, 1944
175 Nelson Eddy (baritone). , April 1, 1944
176 Argentinita and Spanish Ensemble. , November 24, 1944
176 Don Cossack Chorus. , November 28, 1944
176 Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo. , December 12, 1944
176 Compinsky Trio. , January 27, 1945
176 Conrad Thibault (baritone) and Robert O'Connor (pianist). , March 1, 1945
176 Bartlett and Robertson (duo-pianist). , April 3, 1945
177 "Carmen," San Carlo Opera Co. , January 54, 1945
178 Bidu Sayao (soprano). , February 26, 1945
179 Ruth St. Denis (dancer). , November 19, 1945
179 Egon Petri (pianist). , November 26, 1945
179 Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo. , December 11, 1945
179 Bronislaw Huberman (violinist). , January 30, 1946
179 San Francisco Opera Ballet (cancelled). , February 4, 1946
179 The Theatre of Anga Enters. , March 26, 1946
179 Lupita Castro and her Mazalteco Group. , March 27, 1946
1710 "Carmen," San Carlo Opera Co. , February 17, 1947
1710 "Madame Butterfly," San Carlo Opera Co. , February 18, 1947
1710 Martha Lipton (contralto) (cancelled). , February 24, 1947
1710 Thomas L. Thomas (baritone). , March 23, 1947
1711 Ballet Ruse de Monte Carlo. , December 10, 1946
1712 Bartalini (singer, actor, dancer). , January 28, 1947
1713 Father Flanagan's Boys Town Choir. , October 27, 1947
1713 Jan Peerce (tenor) (cancelled). , November 4, 1947
1713 Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo. , December 9, 1947
1713 "Arms and the Man," Barter Theatre of Virginia. , December 18, 1947
1713 Artur Rubinstein (pianist). , January 7, 1948
1713 Percy Grainger (pianist). , February 26, 1948
1713 Nelson Eddy (baritone). , March 4, 1948
1713 "La Boheme," San Carlo Opera Co. (cancelled). , March 24, 1948
1714 Robert Brereton (pianist). , March 19, 1948
1715 Rhythms of Spain (Spanish ensemble). , November 29, 1948
1715 Marimi del Pozo (coloratura soprano). , January 3, 1949
1715 Ossy Renardy (violinist). , February 1, 1949
1715 Ballet Theatre (cancelled?). , February 8, 1949
1715 Christopher Lynch (tenor). , March 4, 1949
1716 Afro-Cuban Review (cancelled?). , September 9-11, 1949
1716 Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo. , December 15, 1949
1716 De Paur's Infantry Chorus. , February 14, 1950
1716 Sanroma (pianist). , February 24, 1950
1716 Ballet Theatre. , February 28, 1950
1716 Pierre Bernac (baritone) and Francis Poulenc (composer-pianist). , March 6, 1950
1717 Talley Beatty and Company in Tropicana. , October 21, 1950
1717 Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo. , December 14, 1950
1717 De Paur's Infantry Chorus. , January 16, 1951
1717 Vivian Della Chiesa (soprano). , February 5, 1951
1717 Whittemore and Lowe (duo-pianists). , February 26, 1951
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181 Mary Garden (lecture). , November 20, 1951
181 Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo. , December 12, 1951
181 Carl Palangi (basso cantante). , February 7, 1952
181 Jose Iturbi (pianist). , February 11, 1952
181 Jorge Bolet (pianist). , April 3, 1952
182 Stephan Hero (violinist). , January 16, 1953
182 Slavenska-Franklin Ballet, with Alexandra Danilova. , February 27, 1953
182 Katie Lee, her guitar and folk songs. , March 25, 1953
182 Jorge Bolet (pianist). , April 13, 1953
183 Guiomar Novaes (pianist) (cancelled). , March 8, 1954
183 Victoria de Los Angeles (soprano). , March 13, 1954
183 Patricia Benkman (pianist). , March 18, 1954
183 Jose Greco and his company of Spanish Dancers. , March 31, 1954
184 Vronsky and Babin (duo-pianists). , January 6, 1955
185 Societa Corelli (string ensemble). , December 2, 1954
185 Vronsky and Babin (duo-pianists). , January 6, 1955
185 Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo. , March 3, 1955
185 "Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves," Lesseli Marionettes. , March 5, 1955
185 Jose Greco and his Spanish Dance Company. , March 19, 1955
186 Leon Fleisher (pianist). , January 26, 1955
187 Arthur Fiedler and the Boston Pops Orchestra. , January 26, 1956
187 Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo. , February 24, 1956
187 Witold Malcuzynski (pianist). , March 9, 1956
187 Lola Montes and her Spanish Dancers. , March 19, 1956
188 De Paur Opera Gala. , January 25, 1957
188 Luboshutz and Nemenoff (duo-pianists). , February 4, 1957
188 Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo. , February 22, 1957
188 Jose Greco and his company of Spanish Dancers. , March 18, 1957
188 Philadelphia Woodwind Quintet. , May 27, 1957
189 Festival Quartet. , January 21, 1958
189 Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo. , January 27, 1958
189 Jorge Bolet (pianist). , February 26, 1958
189 Mattiwilda Dobbs (coloratura soprano). , March 24, 1958
189 National Ballet of Canada. , March 28, 1958
1810 Lois Brandwynne (pianist). , January 15, 1959
1810 Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo. , February 20, 1959
1810 Jose Greco and his company of Spanish Dancers. , February 27, 1959
1810 Benno and Sylvia Rabinof (violin and piano duo). , March 30, 1959
1811 Tong-Il Han (pianist). , January 20, 1960
1811 Jose Greco and his Spanish Ballet. , March 1, 1960
1811 "Rigoletto," New York Opera Festival (cancelled). , March 3, 1960
1812 Robert Joffrey Theatre Ballet. , November 13, 1959
1813 Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo. , February 23, 1960
1814 Jean-Leon Destine and his Haitian Dance Company (cancelled). , February 6, 1961
1814 Tong-Il Han (pianist). , March 2, 1961
1814 Whittemore and Lowe (duo-pianists). , March 17, 1961
1815 San Francisco Operatic Quartet. , January 13, 1962
1815 Jose Greco and his Spanish Ballet. , February 26, 1962
1815 John Browning (pianist). , April 6, 1962
1816 Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo. , February 24, 1962
1817 Ruth Page's Chicago Opera Ballet. , January 22, 1963
1817 Whittemore and Lowe (duo-pianists). , January 28, 1963
1817 Jose Greco and his Spanish Ballet. , March 12, 1963
1818 Dame Judith Anderson in "Lady Macbeth," and Medea." , February 2, 1963
1819 "On a Clear Day You Can See Forever," tour company. , January 13, 1968
1819 "Cabaret," tour company. , November 7-8, 1969?
1819 "I Do! I do!" tour company. , March 28, 1970
1819 "Zorba," tour company. , March 7, 1971
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191-3 Various. , 1921-1962
194 Armitage, Merle (for various agencies). , 1922-1932
195 Baman, Catharine. , 1921-1922
196-10 Behymer. L. E. , 1917-1947
1911 Columbia Artists Management. , 1949-1961
1912 Culbertson, Harry and Arthur. , 1921-1929
1913 Healy, Frank W. , 1929
1914 Legitimate Theatre Corporation of America. , 1939-1940
1915 Morini, Albert. , 1941-1963
1916 Morris, William. , 1946-1960
1917 Wagner, Charles L. , 1921-1937
Series IV: Season ticket records, 1929-1963
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201-6 Season Ticket Records. , 1929/30-1939/40
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211-7 Season Ticket Records. , 1941/42-1958
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221-4 Season Ticket Records. , 1959/60-1962/63