Joseph E. Howard Papers 1895-2009 (bulk 1947-1966)

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Joseph E. Howard Papers 1895-2009 (bulk 1947-1966)

MS 582


Collection Summary

Creator: Howard, Joseph E. (Joseph Edgar), 1878-1961 Howard, Miriam
Creator: Howard, Miriam
Collection Name: Joseph E. Howard Papers
Inclusive Dates: 1895-2009
Bulk Dates: (1947-1966)
Physical Description:16.5 linear feet
Abstract:Contains sheet music written by Howard, as well as correspondence and press documenting his long life as a vaudevillian and public performer. It includes his 1956 autobiography, Gay Nineties Troubadour , and photographs of Howard, his family, and other performers.
Collection Number:MS 582
Language: Materials are in English.
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/
E-Mail: LBRY-askspcoll@email.arizona.edu

Biographical Note

Joseph E. Howard (1878-1961) was a skilled composer and vaudevillian. Born in New York in 1878, he ran away from home around the age of seven after the death of his mother. He ended up in St. Louis, where he took to singing and performing on the streets to earn money. He received a break as a teenager when a vaudeville group invited him to travel with them. At the time of his death, Howard had been married nine different times. Many of his wives were fellow performers, including his first wife, Ida Emerson, who helped write and perform Howard’s most famous song, “Hello! My Baby.” Sometimes his marriages ended in divorce and other times in death. He had at least two sons, Joseph Jr. and Lionel, and one daughter, Josephine.

In addition to “Hello! My Baby” (1899), Howard’s most well-known songs include “Goodbye My Lady Love” (1904), and “I Wonder Who’s Kissing Her Now” (1909). He also composed the official state song of Montana in 1945. A motion picture based on Howard’s life, also titled “I Wonder Who’s Kissing Her Now,” was released in 1947 starring Mark Stevens and June Haver. Soon after the release of the movie, Howard was sued by his former assistant, Harry Orlob, for stealing the lyrics to the song “I Wonder Who’s Kissing Her Now.” They settled by agreeing to remove Howard’s name from the song, though it is still often associated with him.

The second part of his career began in 1939 when he collaborated with Beatrice Kay to produce a successful radio show, “Gay Nineties Revue.” He wrote an autobiography titled Gay Nineties Troubadour that was published in 1956, but it was commercially unsuccessful. Howard continued performing on stage even after his retirement, and he died during a curtain call in Chicago on May 19, 1961. He was posthumously inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame in 1970.


Scope and Content Note

The Joseph E. Howard collection consists primarily of his sheet music and correspondence. Most of the sheet music comes from the early 20th century, and there is some music written and composed by other musicians. The correspondence mostly relates to business matters, including Howard’s eponymous publishing house and copyright issues. It contains a considerable amount written to or by his last wife, Miriam, concerning Howard’s estate after his death; it also includes some letters by his sons, Joseph Jr. and Lionel. A few years after Howard’s death in 1961, Miriam remarried to Charles Kirschner of the Cincinnati area. There is some ephemera and correspondence of the Kirschner family and of Ben Gillespie, Miriam’s son from a previous relationship. In fact, much of the material from the late 1960s and 1970s relates to Gillespie.

Included in correspondence is a letter by Jacqueline Kennedy and a couple of short letters from Ed Sullivan giving thanks for a performance or appearance, as well as various letters from Congressmen and fellow composers and musicians. The photographs are mainly of Howard performing and Howard’s wives and sons. There are also shots from the 1947 motion picture “I Wonder Who’s Kissing Her Now,” based on Howard’s life. Scripts are typed drafts or revisions of many of the plays that Howard wrote music for, including “The Time, the Place, and the Girl.” In addition to greeting card artwork and postcards, ephemera consists of performance ephemera and personal items. The financial series includes copyright claims, receipts, and royalty statements. It also contains appraisals of the estate of one of Joseph’s later wives, Mary Howard, as well as documents relating to Joseph’s death.


Arrangement

This collection is organized into nine series.

Restrictions

Restrictions

There are no restrictions.

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.


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Access Terms

Personal Name(s)
Adam, Frank R.(Frank Ramsay), 1883-1963
Hough, William M., 1882-1962
Howard, Joseph E. (Joseph Edgar), 1878-1961

Corporate Name(s)
American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers
Edward B. Marks Music Corporation
Joseph E. Howard Music House
Music Publishers Holding Corporation (Harms, Inc.)
Robbins Music Corporation
Songwriters Hall of Fame

Geographic Name(s)
Montana—Songs and Music

Subject(s)
Entertainers—United States
Musical theater
Vaudeville songs—United States
Vaudeville—United States—20th Century

Genre Form(s)
Audiotapes
Autobiography
Biography
Clippings
Film
Manuscripts
Photographs
Sheet Music


Administrative Information

Credit Line

Joseph E. Howard collection (MS 582). Special Collections, University of Arizona Libraries.. Special Collections, University of Arizona Libraries.

Processing History

Processed by Mark F. Sandoval.


Container List

Series I Music, 1895-1969
This series contains two subseries: Subseries I: Joseph Howard Sheet Music, 1899-1969, undated Subseries II: Howard Publishing, Other Artists’ Music, Lyrics, 1895-1961, undated
Subseries I Joseph Howard Sheet Music, 1899-1969, undated
This subseries consists of an alphabetical list of sheet music written by Joseph E. Howard.
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11 Across the River, undated
12 Actors' Boarding House, 1969
13 At the End of an Evening with You, 1948
14 Auld Lang Syne, 1950
15 Bachelor Bear, 1913
16 Be Sweet to Me, Kid, undated
17 Beautiful Sisters, undated
18 The Best Days of Our Lives, 1950
19 Blow the Smoke Away, 1933
110 California, 1907
111 Can-Can, 1969
112 Can't Get You Out of My Mind, 1948
113 The Cello Fellow, 1912
114 Central, Give Me Back My Dime, 1905
115 Circumstancial Evidence, undated
116 Compilations of Joseph Howard Sheet Music and Compositions, undated
117 Compilations of Joseph Howard Sheet Music and Compositions, undated
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21 Cotton Pickin' Time in Tennessee, 1913
22 Custom of Dressing for Dinner, 1956
23 The Dream Waltz Melody, undated
24 Drink to the Glorious Night, 1904
25 Dublin, undated
26 Ev'ry Little Stone, 1952
27 First and Only, 1906
28 Forever, Forever I Want You, 1926
29 Friend of Mine, undated
210 Frisco Fizz, 1911
211 "The Girl Question" (Selection), 1907
212 Go Get 'Em (Soldier Boys), 1942
213 Goodbye, My Lady Love, 1904, 1932
214 Good Night People, 1961
215 The Hat That I Kissed You Under, 1946
216 The Haunted Pool, 1909
217 Heart to Heart Talk with My Heart, 1944
218 A Heart to Let, undated
219 Hello! My Baby, 1899, 1961
220 Honey Will You Miss Me When I'm Gone, undated
221 Honeymoon, undated
222 "Honeymoon Trail" (Selection), 1908
223 Honolulu, 1904
224 How Could You Do It to Me, 1942
225 I Don't Like Your Family, 1906
226 I Don't Want to Marry Your Family, 1909
227 I Never Knew What Love Was (Till I Met You), 1946
228 I Sends Her Roses, 1969
229 I've Always Been True Blue to You, 1923
230 I Want to Talk with You, 1947
231 I Will Wait, undated
232 I Wonder What's Become of Sally, undated
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31 I Wonder Who's Kissing Her Now, 1909, 1936
32 If All the Moons Were Honeymoons, 1909
33 If I Can Take You From Someone, undated
34 If I Had Married Rip Van Winkle, 1955, 1957
35 If I Were in Love with Somebody Else, 1923
36 If the Last is the Best of All, undated
37 If You Should Stop Caring, undated
38 I'm Lonesome for You, 1905
39 In Dear Old Kankakee, 1904
310 In the Evening Time, 1916
311 The Irish Suffragette, 1913
312 It's Lonesome Tonight, undated
313 I've Written All My Love Songs, undated
314 Junior Miss, undated
315 Just Across the River, undated
316 Just Hold Her Hand, 1948
317 Just a Little Smile, undated
318 Just Love Me, undated
319 Just My Style, undated
320 Keep Mum Chum, 1942
321 The Land of Used-To-Be, 1909
322 Lauderdale By the Sea, 1956
323 Let Me Call You Sweetheart, undated
324 Let Me Ride by Your Side, 1942
325 Let's Do It All Over, 1942
326 Let's Start All Over, undated
327 Let's Stay Over Here, 1939
328 Let's Take a Ride on a Rocket, 1946
329 Let's Talk About the Weather, undated
330 Levee Lou, 1924
331 Look Out for the Big Banshee, 1919
332 Looking for a Bully, 1941
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41 The Lord Loves the Irish, undated
42 Love is a Will-O-the-Wisp, 1942
43 Love Me All the Time, undated
44 Love Me Just Because, 1908
45 A Love Song Lullaby, undated
46 Love Street, 1948
47 Loving You to Music, 1940
48 The Luck of the Irish, 1969
49 Mandy Came Along, 1950
410 Medley, undated
411 Meet Me at the New York World's Fair, 1937
412 Meet Me in Miami, undated
413 Montana, 1946
414 Montreal, My Montreal, undated
415 My Baby Girl, undated
416 My Dad's Violin, 1950
417 My Gal Has Left Me, 1899
418 Nothing Too Good For You, Dear, 1910
419 Oh! You Wedding Bells, 1913
420 Old Broadway, 1950
421 On a Saturday Night, 1931
422 Once in a Lifetime, 1965
423 Our Jimmie's Coming Home, 1935
424 Out of the Dark, 1947
425 Paradise is Love, 1948
426 A Prince of Tonight, undated
427 Rainbow Over Chicago, 1947
428 Rocket to the Moon, undated
429 Rubbers Dance Routine, undated
430 The Salvation Glide, 1913
431 San Francisco Frizz ("Hey Hey"), 1947
432 Sheila O'Shea, undated
433 The Ship of Dreams, 1909
434 The Silver in Your Hair, 1946
435 A Smile, a Tear, a Kiss, Dear, 1954
436 Some of These Long Nights, undated
437 Something in My Eye, undated
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51 Something I've Never Told You, 1946
52 Sometimes, 1903
53 Somewhere in France (is the Lily), 1917
54 The Song of the Butterfly, 1909
55 The Song That Was Born in My Heart, 1946
56 Strings of My Heart, undated
57 A Stubborn Cinderella, 1908
58 Sulphur Baths, undated
59 The Sweetest Girl, undated
510 That's What I Call Heaven, 1938
511 There's a Kiss in Your Eyes, 1955
512 There's Nothing Like a Good Ol' Song, undated
513 There's Something in My Eye, 1942
514 The Time, the Place, and the Girl (Selection), undated
515 Those Wonderful Eyes, 1912
516 Thursday is My Jonah Day, undated
517 Tonight is the Last Night, 1947
518 Tonight Will Never Come Again, 1909
519 Too Many Nights, 1955
520 Travelin' Man, 1942
521 The Trolleys of Old Broadway, undated
522 Tuning the Strings of My Heart, 1913
523 The Umpire is a Most Unhappy Man, 1905
524 "The Umpire (Selection), 1906
525 Untitled Sheet Music, undated
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61 We Never, Never Lost a War, 1943
62 We've Never Walked in the White Moonlight, undated
63 What Every Man Should Know (What a Man), 1969
64 What is Left of Yesterday, undated
65 What's the Use of Dreaming, 1934
66 What's the Use of Loving You, undated
67 What Would You Do, 1969
68 When Eyes Like Yours Looked Into Eyes Like Mine, 1907
69 When I Feel Like Loving, 1905
610 When You First Kiss the Last Girl You Love, undated
611 Where Are They Now, undated
612 Where is Your Girl, 1924
613 Won't You Be My Girlie, undated
614 You'll Be Sorry When We Say Goodbye, undated
615 You're a Dear Old World After All, 1909
Subseries II Howard Publishing, Other Artists' Music, Lyrics, 1895-1961, undated
This subseries consists of sheet music published by the Joseph Howard Music House, as well as sheet music that Howard did not have a part in writing. There are also sheet music covers and lyrics of songs, many of which Howard wrote.
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71 Josephe Howard Music House Sheet Music, 1937-1961
72 Multiple/Unknown Artists' Sheet Music, undated
73 Other Artists' Sheet Music A-I, 1910-1960, undated
74 Other Artists' Sheet Music J-Z, 1895-1952, undated
75 Sheet Music Covers, undated
76 Lyrics, undated
Series II Autobiographies and Biographies, 1950-1956, undated
This series contains several drafts of Joseph E. Howard’s autobiography and the published product, Gay Nineties Troubadour. There are also excerpts of biographies of Howard and a short autobiography of Miriam Howard.
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77 Autobiography Contract and Correspondence, 1950-1956
78 Gay Nineties Troubadour, 1956
79 Joseph Howard Autobiography Draft, undated
710 Joseph Howard Autobiography Draft, undated
711 Joseph Howard Autobiography Draft, undated
712 Joseph Howard Autobiography Draft, undated
713 Joseph Howard Autobiography Draft, undated
714 Joseph Howard Autobiography Draft--Irma Kilgallin, undated
715 Joseph Howard Biographies, undated
716 Miriam Howard Autobiography, undated
Series III Correspondence, 1930-1978, undated
This is an alphabetical arrangement of correspondence, mostly involving Joseph E. Howard or his last wife, Miriam.
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81 A, 1953-1954, 1957-1960, 1972
82 Adams, Frank, 1950-1963, undated
83 AGAC, 1961-1972, undated
84 ASCAP, 1953, 1957, 1961-1964, 1972
85 B, 1937, 1947, 1953, 1957-1962, 1968-1969
86 C, 1955-1961, 1972
87 Caldarone, Mike, 1957-1959, undated
88 Calvary and Allied Cemeteries, 1955
89 Cole, Maurice, 1959-1960
810 Coppola, James, 1955-1959
811 Copyright Office, Library of Congress, 1958-1970, 1973, undated
812 Coughlin, Walter, 1954-1960
813 D, 1955-1960
814 DeBus, Allen, 1955-1964, 1967-1968
815 Dillon, William, 1958
816 E, 1960-1970, 1978
817 Earle, Bobby, 1959
818 Eaton, Rhea, 1956-1961, undated
819 Marks, Edward B., 1953-1972, undated
820 F, 1950-1964
821 Fay, Ed, 1956-1958
822 Fetters, Robert "Bob", 1954, 1957, 1969
823 Flaum, Joe, 1956-1961
824 Fletcher, Robert "Bob", 1957-1958
825 G, 1956-1967, 1972, undated
826 Gilbert, L. Wolfe, 1955-1956
827 Gillespie, Ben, 1971, undated
828 Gold, Ralph, 1952-1954, undated
829 Green, Harry, 1956-1958
830 Greene, Iris and Maude, 1954-1962, undated
831 H, 1954-1962, undated
832 Heberlein, Frederick, 1949, 1956-1961, undated
833 Henry, Dick, 1955-1960
834 Hill, Lance, 1957-1960
835 Hough, William "Bill", 1954-1963, 1967, 1969, undated
836 Howard Family, 1955-1959, 1961, undated
837 Ingalls, Miles, 1956-1958
838 J, 1944, 1954-1966, undated
839 Jerome, Nat S., 1958, undated
840 K, 1943, 1947, 1956-1966, 1972, 1977
841 Kalchiem, Jack, 1956-1957
842 Kennedy, Jacqueline, 1963
843 Kirschner Family, 1930-1937, 1955, 1968, 1971
844 Kornblum, I.B., 1955-1956, 1959, 1962, undated
845 L, 1947-1957, 1961-1963, undated
846 Leddy, Mark J., 1956, 1959-1961
847 Lindahl, John H., 1956-1962
848 Loitz, Bella, 1959-1961
849 Loose, Dennick, 1960-1961, undated
850 Lord, Alice and Fred, 1956-1957
851 M, 1950, 1956-1964, 1969, undated
852 Machat, Martin, 1958
853 Malloy, John Cyril, 1963
854 Marshall, Walter, 1957, 1967-1969
855 McCollister, Raymond, 1971
856 McCune, C.N., 1957, 1961-1962
857 McInerney, Harold and Mary, 1957-1961
858 Mills Music, Inc., 1955-1963, undated
859 Miriam Rose Stern Agency, 1971-1974
860 Mister Donut, 1962-1964
861 Mitchell, Ray, 1959
862 Montana Children's Home and Hospital, 1956-1966
863 Montana Historical Society, 1968-1971, undated
864 Morgan, Duke, 1970
865 Mourra, J.G., 1964-1965
866 Music Publishers Holding Corporation, 1955-1963, 1969, undated
867 N, 1956-1966
868 National Variety Artists, Inc., 1956-1959, undated
869 O, 1956-1960
870 Orlob, Harry, 1948, 1959, 1963, undated
871 P, 1946, 1956-1961, 1972
872 Passantino Printing Compnay, Inc., 1956-1961, undated
873 Penn Nurseries, 1952-1953
874 Peterson, Charles, 1954, 1956-1958, 1961
875 President of the United States, 1965, 1972
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91 R, 1949, 1954-1961, 1970
92 Randell, Louis P., 1961-1962
93 Randolph, Bob, 1961-1963
94 Riley, Edward, 1959-1960
95 Ripley, John, 1956-1962
96 Robbins Music Corporation, 1956-1966, 1975
97 Roche, Olga, 1960
98 Rogers, Paul, 1963, 1966, 1971-1972
99 Rooney, Pat, 1956-1961
910 S, 1953-1961, 1965-1972, 1978, undated
911 Schwartz, Harry, 1956
912 Shawnee Press Inc., 1962-1965
913 Shea, Harry, 1956-1960
914 Shepherd Sisters, 1956-1957, undated
915 Songwriters Hall of Fame, 1970-1978, undated
916 Southern Music Corporation, 1957-1961
917 St. John, Louis, 1956-1961
918 Sterling Gold Coast Furniture, 1961
919 Sullivan, Ed, 1957, 1961
920 T, 1957, 1960, 1970, undated
921 Tenney, F.M., 1956-1957
922 Thomas, Bert and Chris, 1956-1961
923 Tobias, Henry, 1958-1959
924 Tracey, Fred, 1957, undated
925 Twentieth Century Fox Corporation, 1956-1959
926 U, 1956, 1969-1970
927 Unidentified People, 1952-1959, 1961-1963, 1969, undated
928 United Attractions, Inc., 1959-1960
929 V, 1956, 1964, 1969
930 W, 1942, 1954-1964, undated
931 Wendell, Ola, 1961-1963
932 Whitaker, Freda, 1959, undated
933 Whyte, Bette S., 1954-1959, undated
934 Wisner, Carl V., 1963-1965, 1973, undated
935 Z, 1961
936 Los Zeas (Burdette Wilson and Salvador Cabrera), 1956-1957
937 Notes, 1968, undated
938 Postcards, undated
Series IV Photographs, 1947, 1954, undated
This series consists of photographs, primarily of Howard and his family. There are also many unidentified photographs.
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101 Atlantic City Centennial, 1954
102 "I Wonder Who's Kissing Her Now" Movie, 1947
103 Joseph Howard Photographs, undated
104 Joseph Howard's Wives and Sons, undated
105 Negatives, undated
106 Performers--Autographed or Identified Photographs, undated
107 Unidentified People and Places, undated
108 Unidentified Performers, undated
Series V Ephemera, 1907-1978, undated
This series includes both performance ephemera and personal ephemera. While there is performance ephemera related to Joseph E. Howard’s career, most of the performance ephemera is unrelated to his work. Ephemera of Ben Gillespie, a son of Miriam Howard from a previous relationship, is also included. There is personal ephemera related to Howard’s life, including a scrapbook of one of his visits to the state of Montana to celebrate his writing of Montana’s state song.
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111 Ben Gillespie Performance Ephemera, 1948-1961
112 Ben Gillespie Ephemera, undated
113 Joseph Howard Performance and Music House Ephemera, 1910, 1952-1961, 1966, undated
114 Non-Joseph Howard Performance Ephemera, 1956-1966, 1969, 1978
115 Non-Joseph Howard Performance Ephemera, 1955-1964, 1969-1971, undated
116 Non-Joseph Howard Performance Ephemera, 1948, 1955-1964, undated
117 Non-Joseph Howard Performance Ephemera, 1964, 1967, 1972, undated
118 Non-Joseph Howard Performance Ephemera, 1955-1965, 1968, 1971, undated
119 Non-Joseph Howard Performance Ephemera, undated
1110 Rare Performance Ephemera, 1924, 1930, undated
1111 Ephemera--Personal, 1907-1956, 1961, 1975
1112 Ephemera, undated
1113 Ephemera--Montana Souvenirs, undated
1114 Ephemera--Postcards, undated
1115 Ephemera--Menus, 1926, undated
1116 Ephemera--Illustrated Greeting Cards, undated
1117 Ephemera--Address Books and Prayer Books, 1954, 1963, undated
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12 Oversize--Montana Scrapbook, undated
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132 Oversize--Posters, undated
Series VI Scripts, 1905, 1939-1969, undated
This series consists of manuscripts of plays, including plays that feature Howard’s music. There are also transcripts of radio shows, some of which include Howard as host or guest.
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141 "All's Fair" Incomplete Script and Notes, undated
142 "Born Lucky" Script, undated
143 "Intermission" or "Life" Script, undated
144 "The Isle of Bong-Bong" Script, 1905
145 "Love and Politics" Script, 1961
146 "My Midnight Sweetheart" Incomplete Script, undated
147 "My Midnight Sweetheart" Incomplete Script, undated
148 "The Old Composer" Script, undated
149 "Quandry" Script, undated
1410 "Ten Nights in a Bar Room" or "The Curse of Drink" Script, undated
1411 "The Time, the Place, and the Girl" Script, 1942
1412 "The Time, the Place, and the Girl" Script, 1942
1413 "The Time, the Place, and the Girl" Script, 1969
1414 "The Time, the Place, and the Girl" Script, 1969
1415 "The Time, the Place, and the Girl" Script, 1969
1416 "The Time, the Place, and the Girl" Script, undated
1417 "The Time, the Place, and the Girl" Script, undated
1418 "The Time, the Place, and the Girl" Incomplete Script and Notes, undated
1419 "The Toy Prince" Script, undated
1420 "The Umpire" Script, undated
1421 Unidentified and Incomplete Scripts, undated
1422 Untitled Script, undated
1423 "Gay Nineties Revue" Radio Show Scripts, 1939-1940
1424 Show Scripts, 1946, 1966, undated
Series VII Newspaper Clippings, 1916-1978, undated
This series primarily contains newspaper clippings that feature Joseph E. Howard, including advertisements for his upcoming shows.
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1425 Newspaper Clippings, 1916-1961, 1970, 1978
1426 Newspaper Clippings, 1943-1969, 1972
1427 Newspaper Clippings, undated
1428 Newspaper Clippings, undated
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131 Oversize Newspaper Clippings, 1943-1945, 1957, 1966, 1971, undated
Series VIII Financial, 1942-2009 (1952-1966), undated
This series primarily consists of contracts, royalty statements, and copyright claims, as well as documents related to Howard’s death and estate.
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151 Financial--Contracts, 1947-1959
152 Financial--Leases, 1954-1961
153 Financial--Receipts, 1942, 1952-1965, undated
154 Financial--Last Wills and Testaments, 1952, 1959, undated
155 Financial--Social Security, 1956-1961
156 Financial--Royalty Statements--Edward B. Marks Corporation, 1959-1971, 2003-2009
157 Financial--Royalty Statements--Music Publishers Holding Corporation (Harms, Inc.), 1956-1963, 1968
158 Financial--Royalty Statements--Robbins Music Corporation, 1956-1966, 1975
159 Financial--Joseph Howard Estate Documents, 1961-1962
1510 Financial--Mary Howard Estate Documents, 1952-1953
1511 Financial--Copyright Claims, 1941, 1946, undated
1512 Financial--Copyright Notes, undated
1513 Financial--Copyright Notes, undated
1514 Financial--Copyright Notes, undated
1515 Financial--Notes, 1952, undated
Series IX Audio/Visual Materials, 1964-1966, undated
This series contains mostly unidentified 8mm film, ¼”audio tapes, and three Dictabelt records.
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16 Untitled 8mm Film, 3" Reel, undated
16 Untitled 8mm Film, 3" Reel, undated
16 "Montana" 3" Reel, 1/4" Audio Tape, 1964
16 "New York World's Fair" 3" Reel, 1/4" Audio Tape, undated
16 Untitled 3" Reel, 1/4" Audio Tape, undated
16 "An Evening with Joe Howard," 5" Reel, 1/4" Audio Tape, 1966 March 3
16 Untitled Records of Allen DeBus, 5" Reel, 1/4" Audio Tape, undated
16 "What's the Use of Dreaming" and "New York World's Fair," 5" Reel, 1/4" Audio Tape, undated
16 "An Evening with Joe Howard," 7" Reel, 1/4" Audio Tape, 1966 March 3
16 Jack Benson Recordings, 7" Reel, 1/4" Audio Tape, undated
16 Recordings of Ola Wendell Songs, 7" Reel, 1/4" Audio Tape, undated
16 Untitled 1/4" Open Audio Tape, 7" Reel, undated
16 Untitled 1/4" Open Audio Tape, 7" Reel, undated
16 Untitled 1/4" Open Audio Tape, 7" Reel, undated
16 3 Untitled Envelopes of Dictabelt Records, undated