Edgar Stillman Kelley Collection Edit

Summary

Identifier
030 92 KELLEY

Dates

  • 1860-2008 (Creation)
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  • Abstract

    Collection of materials related to the life of Edgar Stillman Kelley and his wife Jessie Kelley. Edgar Stillman Kelley is recognized as the quintessential American composer of the early 20th century. Edgar Stillman Kelley Collection Edgar Stillman Kelley Collection

  • Arrangement

    Note: Contents in the Edgar Stillman Kelley Collection are listed into various boxes contained within the content item. There are 103 boxes contained in this collection.

    Content Item 1: Boxes 1-20

    Box 1: Correspondence, Letters 1860s-1877

    Folder 1:

    Ben Thompson to H. Edgar Kelley 1855, 1861 (4 letters)

    Folder 2:

    Miss E. M. Kelley from Mary C. Kelley, 1864 (1 letter)

    Folder 3:

    Eddie Kelley (8 years old) from soldiers, 1865 (7 letters)

    Folder 4:

    Letter to or from Wagner?, 1865

    Folder 5:

    Patience Darling to Miss Edilress 1868, 1869 (2 letters)

    Folder 6:

    Mrs. Mary C. Kelley (Mary) to Mr. Alfred S. Sewall 1869 (1 letter)

    Folder 7:

    Mary to H. Edgar Kelley, NYC 1871 (9 letters)

    Folder 8:

    Mother to ESK, 1870-1872 (2 letters)

    Folder 9:

    ESK to parents, 1872-1874 (5 letters)

    Folder 10:

    Paul to Mother, Mother to Paul, Father to ESK, 1873, 1874 (4 letters)

    Folder 11:

    ESK to home, October 1874 to November 13, 1874 (13 letters, plus notes)

    Folder 12:

    Parents to ESK, 1874 (8 letters)

    Folder 13:

    ESK to Parents, 1st Chicago Study, July 1874 to August 1874 (20 letters)

    ESK to Parents, 1st Chicago Study, July 1874 to August 1874 (copies of 21 letters)

    Folder 14:

    ESK to Parents, 1876 (6 letters)

    Folder 15:

    ESK to Parents from Europe, 1876 (6 letters)

    Folder 16:

    Mary to HEK, April-May 1876 (6 letters)

    Folder 17:

    ESK to Parents, August 1876 (2 letters)

    Folder 18:

    ESK to Parents, Europe, December 1876 (17 letters)

    Folder 19:

    ESK to Parents, Parents to Paul, Germany, December 1876 (4 letters)

    Folder 20:

    Mary to HEK, Mobile, Alabama, 1876; ESK to Parents April 1877 (15 letters)

    Folder 21:

    ESK to Parents, 1877 (12 letters)

    Folder 22:

    Mary to HEK, January to May 1877 (48 letters)

    Folder 23:

    Parents to ESK, 1877 (21 letters)

    Folder 24:

    ESK to Parents, 1877 (16 letters)

    Folder 25:

    W. Hrigg to ESK

    Box 2: Correspondence, Letters 1877-1879

    Folder 1:

    ESK to Parents, Stuttgart, May-September 1877 (17 letters)

    Folder 2:

    ESK to Parents, Germany, January-December 1878 (25 letters)

    Folder 3:

    ESK to Parents, Germany, January-December 1878 (24 letters)

    Folder 4:

    Parents to ESK, 1878 (25 letters)

    Folder 5:

    1878 re: Paul Kelley's death (12 letters)

    Folder 6:

    Parents to ESK, January-July 1879 (13 letters)

    Folder 7:

    ESK to Parents, From Stuttgart, January to August 1879 (30 letters)

    Box 3: Correspondence, Letters 1879-1891

    Folder 1:

    Mary to Home, August 1879 to May 1880, from Europe (20 letters)

    Folder 2:

    Mary to Home, August 1879 to May 1880, from Europe (24 letters)

    Folder 3:

    1880 re: Mary Kelley's death (9 letters)

    Folder 4:

    A Gmelia to ESK (German), 1880 (1 letter)

    Folder 5:

    Letter with unidentified signature (German), 1880 (1 letter)

    Folder 6:

    Max Seifriz (Nicholl Hoouse?) to ESK (German), 1880-1885 (13 letters)

    Folder 7:

    W. Hriges and Fried Fink. to ESK regarding Composition for Adreffnd: Gray’s Music Store (German), 1885, 1892 (2 letters)

    Folder 8:

    HEK to ESK, 1883 (1 letter)

    Folder 9:

    ESK to HEK; HEK to ESK; others to ESK re: Macbeth 1885 (10 letters)

    Folder 10:

    ESK to HEK, January to December 1886 (15 letters)

    Folder 11:

    ESK to HEK, January to December 1886 (16 letters)

    Folder 12:

    HEK to ESK, January to April 1886 (6 letters)

    Researcher’s note about The Argonaut that was mentioned in a letter from HEK to ESK

    Folder 13:

    ESK to HEK, January to April 1887 (8 letters)

    Folder 14:

    ESK to HEK, January to December 1888 (8 letters)

    Folder 15:

    ESK to HEK, January to December 1889 (14 letters)

    Folder 16:

    ESK to HEK, January to December 1890 (12 letters)

    Folder 17:

    ESK to HEK, January to December 1890 (12 letters)

    Folder 18: JSK to HEK, 1891 (6 letters)

    Folder 19:

    Rob Franz, 1891-1893

    Box 4: Correspondence, Letters 1891-1892

    Folder 1:

    ESK to HEK, January to October 1891, many about Jessica and marriage (8 letters)

    Folder 2:

    ESK to HEK, January to October 1891, many about Jessica and marriage (14 letters)

    Folder 3:

    HEK to ESK, August 1892; Jessica to ESK, July 1891 (2 letters)

    Folder 4:

    Jessica from father, friends, ESK; April 1891 to September 1892 (12 letters)

    Folder 5:

    Friends to the Kelleys, 1891-1892 (40 letters)

    Folder 6:

    Friends to the Kelleys, 1891-1892 (29 letters)

    Folder 7:

    Family to the Kelleys, 1891-1892 (34 letters)

    Folder 8:

    JSK to HEK, January to December 1892 (10 letters)

    Folder 9:

    JSK to HEK, January to December 1892 (7 letters)

    Folder 10:

    Clarence Eddy to ESK, August to September 1892 (2 letters)

    Folder 11:

    Letters to ESK and JSK, 1892 (12 letters)

    Folder 12: Krehbiel, 1892 (article from 1912)

    Letter to ESK from Krehbiel, April 22, 1892 (Krehbiel 1) Letter to Krehbiel from ESK, April 27, 1892 (Kelley 1) Letter to Krehbiel from H.E. Krehbiel, April 29, 1892 (Krehbiel 2) Letter from ESK to Krehbiel, May 8, 1892 (Kelley 2) Letter to Mr. Kelley from H.E. Krehbiel, May 9, 1892 (Krehbiel 2.5) Letter to ESK from Krehbiel, May 18, 1892 (Krehbiel 3) Letter to ESK from Krehbiel, June 1, 1892 (Krehbiel 4) Letter to ESK from Krehbiel, June 26, 1892 (Krehbiel 5) Letter to Krehbiel from JSK (Kelley 3, reply to Krehbiel 3-5) Letter to ESK from Krehbiel, July 2, 1892 (Krehbiel 6) Letter to ESK from Krehbiel, November 2, 1892 (Krehbiel 7) Letter to Krehbiel from ESK, November 10, 1892 (Kelley 4, reply to Krehbiel 4-7) Envelope that contained many of the above letters Note mentioning Krehbiel and Rillilab? “Critic is under fire in controversy on Mahler”, Times Star, 1912

    Folder 13: Rev. Wm. Lord Dorchester

    Letter to ESK from Dorchester, July 20, 1892 Letter to ESK from Dorchester, July 25, 1892

    Box 5: Correspondence, Letters 1892-1895

    Folder 1:

    Mother and Grandmother to JSK, July-September 1892 (6 letters)

    Folder 2:

    Henry C. Kelley to ESK and HEK, September-October 1892 (7 letters)

    Folder 3:

    Bingham to HEK, January 1893 (3 letters)

    Folder 4: Warren Davenport to ESK, August 1893; John Parrott to JSK, October 1893 (2 letters)

    Folder 5:

    JSK & ESK to HEK, April-November 1893 (5 letters)

    Folder 6:

    JSK to ESK to HEK, February-December 1894 (4 letters)

    Folder 7:

    John Parrott to ESK, January, August-December 1894 (9 letters)

    Folder 8:

    Alexander Fraser to JSK, January, 1894, March 1895 (2 letters)

    Folder 9:

    Letters to JSK, 1895 (2 letters, 2 invitations/advertisements)

    Folder 10:

    Letters to JSK, January to June 1895 (8 letters)

    Folder 11:

    Letters to ESK, 1895 (2 letters)

    Folder 12:

    Letters to ESK, July-September 1895 (16 letters)

    Folder 13:

    Letters to ESK, July-September 1895 (16 letters)

    Folder 14:

    Telegrams from John Parrott to JSK, April 1895 (2 letters, 1 envelope)

    Folder 15:

    ESK to HEK, January, June, July 1895 (3 letters)

    Folder 16:

    Letters to ESK, July-December 1895 (6 letters)

    Folder 17:

    JSK to ESK to HEK, February-April 1895 (4 letters)

    Box 6: Correspondence, Letters 1896-1902

    Folder 1:

    JSK to Eva Gregg, 1896-1898 (10 letters)

    Folder 2:

    JSK to Eva Gregg, 1896-1898 (10 letters)

    Folder 3:

    JSK to HR Gregg, 1896-1898 (13 letters)

    Folder 4:

    JSK to HR Gregg, 1896-1898 (19 letters)

    Folder 5:

    Letters from JSK, 1896 (7 letters)

    Folder 6:

    ESK and JSK to HEK, 1896 (14 letters)

    Folder 7:

    JSK to Mrs. HEK (Mattie), 1896 (2 letters)

    Folder 8:

    Letters to ESK, 1896 (5 letters)

    Folder 9:

    Letters to JSK, 1896-1897 (13 letters)

    Folder 10:

    Letters to JSK, 1896-1897 (18 letters)

    Folder 11:

    Letters to JSK and ESK, 1899 (10 letters)

    Folder 12:

    JSK to Gregg Family, 1899 (8 letters)

    Folder 13:

    Letters to ESK, 1900 (15 letters)

    Folder 14:

    ESK to Rev. Hobart Whitney (In German, mentions Ben Hurr), 1900

    Folder 15:

    Letters to ESK, 1901 (5 letters)

    Folder 15:

    Letters to ESK and JSK, 1902 (10 letters)

    Box 7: Correspondence, Letters 1903-1908

    Folder 1:

    Letters to ESK and JSK, 1903 (4 letters)

    Folder 2:

    Letter between Mit Hochachtung? and ESK (German), 1903

    Folder 3:

    HCK to HEK, 1904 (3 letters)

    Folder 4:

    Luise Krau to “Frau Professor” (German), 1905

    Folder 5:

    Schwarwenka to ESK? (German), 1905

    Folder 6:

    Aleny to ESK (German), 1905

    Folder 7:

    Letter to Professor ESK (German), 1905-1907 (3 letters) (Two signatures unable to be found, the rest are from Robert Hirmann)

    Folder 8:

    Dr Albrecht to ESK (German), 1906

    Folder 9:

    ESK to JSK 1905-1906 Germany (12 letters)

    Folder 10:

    ESK to JSK 1905-1906 Germany (13 letters)

    Folder 11:

    ESK to JSK 1905-1906 Germany (22 letters)

    Folder 12:

    Ochs to ESK (German), 1907

    Folder 13:

    M. Taipoberg to ESK (German), 1907

    Folder 14:

    Fransfihorg to ESK (German), 1907

    Folder 15:

    Halfdan Cleve to ESK (German), 1907

    Folder 16:

    Dr. Paul Arndt to Professor ESK (German), 1907

    Folder 17:

    Letters to ESK & JSK, 1907 (13 letters)

    Folder 18:

    Letters to ESK & JSK, 1907 (14 letters)

    Folder 19:

    Letters to ESK & JSK, 1907 (8 letters)

    Folder 20:

    Etelka Gerster to JSK (German), 1907

    Folder 21:

    Himl to ESK, 1907

    Folder 22:

    Erst to ESK, 1907

    Folder 23:

    M. Tchaikowski, 1907

    Folder 24:

    Remmert to JSK (German), 1908 (3 letters)

    Folder 25:

    Letters to ESK, 1908, Germany (12 letters)

    Folder 26:

    Letters to ESK, 1908, Germany (12 letters)

    Folder 27:

    Mr. Gregg to JSK and ESK, 1908 (4 letters)

    Folder 28:

    Letters to JSK in Berlin, 1908 (20 letters)

    Folder 29: Johanna Paluce to ESK, 1908

    Folder 30: Two post cards, 1906, 1908, unable to read signatures

    Box 8: Correspondence, Letters 1908-1909

    Folder 1:

    Letters to JSK in Berlin, 1908 (25 letters)

    Folder 2:

    Letters to JSK in Berlin, 1908 (9 letters)

    Folder 3:

    Letters to ESK in Berlin, 1908 (25 letters)

    Folder 4:

    Letters to ESK in Berlin, 1908 (15 letters)

    Folder 5:

    ESK to JSK, 1908 (4 letters)

    Folder 6:

    JSK to Gregg, 1908 (1 letter)

    Folder 7:

    Letters to Edith c/o JSK, Berlin, 1908 (2 letters)

    Folder 8:

    Letters to ESK and JSK, 1908 (11 letters)

    Folder 9:

    Letters to ESK and JSK, 1908 (11 letters)

    Folder 10:

    Letter to JSK from Frances Ferrero, December 21, 1908

    Folder 11:

    Paul Horurity to ESK, 1908

    Folder 12:

    Otto Lebmann to ESK, 1908

    Folder 13:

    Marie Berg to ESK, 1908

    Folder 14:

    Julius Feuchtinger to ESK, 1908

    Folder 15:

    Anthisr Egior to ESK, 1908

    Folder 16:

    Mifo Thorne to ESK, 1908

    Folder 17:

    Wille Murreuy to ESK, 1908

    Folder 18:

    ESK to Unknown, 1908

    Folder 19:

    Benda to ESK, 1908

    Folder 20:

    Unknown to ESK, 1908-1909

    Folder 21:

    Dr. With. Altmann to ESK, 1908-1910

    Folder 22:

    Letters to ESK and JSK, 1909 (23 letters)

    Folder 23:

    Letters to ESK & JSK, 1909 (22 letters)

    Folder 24:

    Letters to ESK & JSK, 1909 (12 letters)

    Folder 25:

    Martha Remmert to “Professors” (German), 1909-1910 (4 letters)

    Folder 26:

    Oscar Benta to ESK, 1909

    Folder 27:

    Haverfete? To ESK, 1909

    Folder 28:

    Oskar Fried to ESK, 1909

    Folder 29:

    Alfred Wiesf to ESK? (German), 1910

    Folder 30:

    Western Union Telegram to Mrs. Kelley from ESK, 191?

    Box 9: Correspondence, Letters, 1909-1910

    Folder 1:

    Dr. Paul Ertel to Professor ESK (German), 1910

    Folder 2:

    Dr. Anton Palme to ESK (German), 1910

    Folder 3:

    Scharwenka to ESK (German), 1910

    Folder 4:

    Letters to ESK, 1910 (15 letters)

    Folder 5:

    JSK to ESK, July, September-October 1910 (13 letters)

    Folder 6:

    JSK to ESK, 1910 (7 letters)

    Folder 7:

    Letters from ESK, JSK (3 letters)

    Folder 8:

    ESK to JSK, May 1910 (5 letters)

    Folder 9:

    To JSK; From ESK; October 1910 (3 letters)

    Folder 10:

    Letters to ESK, 1910 (5 letters)

    Folder 11:

    JSK to ESK, September 1910 (5 letters)

    Folder 12:

    Letters to JSK & ESK, 1910 (20 letters)

    Folder 13:

    Letters to JSK & ESK, 1910 (13 letters)

    Folder 14:

    ESK to JSK, 1910 (9 letters)

    Folder 15:

    Gregg family to JSK, 1910 (2 letters)

    Folder 16:

    ESK, JSK, 1910 (25 letters)

    Folder 17:

    ESK to JSK, 1910 (1 letter)

    Folder 18:

    JSK to ESK, 1910 (3 letters)

    Folder 19:

    JSK to Miss Sawyer, 1910 (2 letters)

    Folder 20:

    Letters to ESK & JSK, 1910 (8 letters)

    Folder 21:

    ESK to JSK, 1910 (10 letters)

    Folder 22:

    Schiarwenke to ESK, 1909-1910

    Folder 23:

    Haier Lutter to ESK, 1910

    Box 10: Correspondence, Letters 1911-1912

    Folder 1:

    Letters to ESK, January-December 1911 (27 letters)

    Folder 2:

    Letters to ESK, January-December 1911 (29 letters)

    Folder 3:

    Letters to ESK, January-December 1911 (11 letters)

    Folder 4:

    Letters to JSK, January-December 1911 (11 letters)

    Folder 5:

    Auhrn Paluie to Professor ESK (German), 1911

    Folder 6:

    U. Eieruay to JSK (German), 1911

    Folder 5:

    ESK to JSK, September, 1912 (12 letters)

    Folder 6:

    ESK to JSK, 1912 (6 letters)

    Folder 7:

    Letters to JSK, January-December 1912 (21 letters)

    Folder 8:

    Letters to ESK, January-December 1912 (21 letters)

    Folder 9:

    Letters to ESK, January-December 1912 (14 letters)

    Box 11: Correspondence, Letters 1912-1913

    Folder 1:

    Letters to ESK & JSK, October-November 1912, re: death of Mrs. Gregg (21 letters)

    Folder 2:

    Letters to ESK & JSK, October-November 1912, re: death of Mrs. Gregg (21 letters)

    Folder 3:

    Letters to ESK & JSK, October-November 1912, re: death of Mrs. Gregg (14 letters)

    Folder 4:

    Letters to ESK & JSK, October-November 1912, re: death of Mrs. Gregg (11 letters, 1 article clipping)

    Folder 5:

    1912 (2 letters)

    Folder 6:

    W.A. ALtmann to ESK (German), 1912

    Folder 7:

    Dr. Ernst Kunwald to ESK (German), 1912

    Folder 8:

    Euch Kunwel to ESK (German), 1913

    Folder 9:

    Letters to ESK & JSK, 1913 (26 letters)

    Folder 10:

    Letters to ESK & JSK, 1913 (17 letters)

    Folder 11:

    Letters to JSK, re: course at Cons. Music (16 letters)

    Folder 12:

    Letters to JSK, re: course at Cons. Music (11 letters)

    Folder 13:

    ESK to JSK, 1913 (8 letters)

    Box 12: Correspondence, Letters 1914

    Folder 1: JSK to ESK, April-August 1914 (24 letters)

    Folder 2:

    JSK to ESK, April-August 1914 (8 letters)

    Folder 3:

    ESK to JSK, May-August 1914 (21 letters)

    Folder 4:

    ESK to JSK, May-August 1914 (13 letters)

    Folder 5:

    ESK to JSK, May-June 1914 (11 letters)

    Folder 6:

    1914 Correspondence, re: Art Publ. Society in St. Louis (11 letters)

    Folder 7:

    Letters to ESK, January-September 1914 (11 letters)

    Folder 8:

    Letters to ESK, January-September 1914 (12 letters)

    Folder 9:

    ESK to JSK, April-May 1914 (17 letters)

    Folder 10:

    ESK to JSK, April-May 1914 (12 letters)

    Folder 11:

    Mary A. Kellogg to ESK (German), 1914

    Folder 12:

    Correspondence between Martha Remmert and ESK (German), 1914 (2 post cards, 5 letters)

    Folder 13:

    Artur Nikisch to ESK (German), 1914

    Folder 14:

    Biam Mauh? to ESK (German), 1914

    Folder 15:

    Van Lattte to ESK (German), 1914

    Folder 16:

    [Unable to read signature] to ESK (German), 1914

    Folder 17:

    Eugene V. Huhm to JSK, 1914

    Folder 18:

    William to ESK?, 1914

    Folder 19:

    Unknown to ESK, 1914

    Folder 20:

    Franz E. Willmann to ESK, 1914

    Box 13: Correspondence, Letters 1914-1916

    Folder 1:

    Letters to JSK, May-July 1914 (9 letters)

    Folder 2:

    ESK to JSK, May-August 1914 (13 letters)

    Folder 3:

    ESK to JSK, May-August 1914 (8 letters)

    Folder 4:

    JSK to ESK, August 1914 (3 letters)

    Folder 5:

    Letters to JSK, January-December 1914 (14 letters)

    Folder 6:

    Letters to ESK, January-December 1914 (18 letters)

    Folder 7:

    Letters to ESK, JSK, 1915 (13 letters)

    Folder 8:

    Letters to ESK, January-December 1915 (17 letters)

    Folder 9:

    Letters to JSK, January-December 1915 (17 letters)

    Folder 10:

    Theodora Sponagel to ESK, 1915

    Folder 11:

    Dr. With. Altmann to ESK, 1915

    Folder 12:

    Simon? To ESK, 1915

    Folder 13:

    Letters to ESK, January-December 1916 (13 letters)

    Folder 14:

    Letters to ESK, January-December 1916 (6 letters)

    Folder 15:

    Letters to JSK, January-December 1916 (11 letters)

    Box 14: Correspondence, Letters 1917-1919

    Folder 1:

    Letters to JSK & ESK, 1917 (17 letters)

    Folder 2:

    Letters to JSK & ESK, 1917 (15 letters)

    Folder 3:

    Letters to JSK & ESK, 1917 (15 letters)

    Folder 4:

    ESK to JSK, 1917 (7 letters)

    Folder 5:

    E, Hodgkinson to ESK, 1917

    Folder 6:

    Gov. Siemom to ESK, 1918

    Folder 7:

    ESK to JSK, 1918 (17 letters)

    Folder 8:

    Clarence Eddy to ESK, 1918 (Pilgrim’s Progress)

    Folder 9:

    Letters to JSK, February-December 1918 (19 letters)

    Folder 10:

    Letters to JSK, February-December 1918 (7 letters)

    Folder 11:

    Letters to ESK, February-December 1918 (11 letters)

    Folder 12:

    Letters to ESK, February-December 1918 (12 letters)

    Folder 13:

    Letters to the Kelleys, 1918-1919 (9 letters)

    Folder 14:

    Letters to the Kelleys, 1918-1919 (9 letters + news article)

    Folder 15:

    Letters to the Kelleys, 1919 (15 letters)

    Folder 16:

    Letters to the Kelleys, 1919 (15 letters)

    Folder 17:

    JSK to Gregg, 1919 (2 letters)

    Folder 18:

    ESK to JSK, December 1919 (7 telegraphs and 4 letters)

    Box 15: Correspondence, Letters 1919-1920

    Folder 1:

    ESK to JSK, 1919-1920

    Folder 2:

    ESK to JSK, March 1920 (20 letters)

    Folder 3:

    ESK to JSK, March 1920 (2 letters)

    Folder 4:

    Miscellaneous to ESK, 1920 (3 letters)

    Folder 5:

    JSK to ESK, March, September 1920 (13 letters)

    Folder 6:

    Kelleys to Various People, 1920 (3 letters)

    Folder 7:

    Letters to ESK, JSK, March-December 1920 (10 letters)

    Folder 8:

    Letters to ESK, JSK, March-December 1920 (15 letters)

    Folder 9:

    Letters to JSK, March-October 1920 (6 letters)

    Folder 10:

    Letters to ESK, February-August 1920 (11 letters)

    Folder 11:

    Letters to ESK, 1920 (15 letters)

    Folder 12:

    Letters to JSK, 1920 (9 letters) Folder 12: Letters to JSK, 1920 (12 letters)

    Folder 13:

    Society for the Publication of American Music to JSK, 1920

    Folder 14:

    Carl W. Grimm to ESK, 1920

    Folder 15:

    Joseph M. Kratina to ESK, 1920

    Box 16: Correspondence, Letters 1921-1922

    Folder 1:

    Letters to JSK, 1921 (10 letters)

    Folder 2:

    Letters to JSK, 1921 (12 letters)

    Folder 3:

    JSK to ESK, 1921 (12 letters)

    Folder 4:

    Letters to ESK, 1921 (2 letters)

    Folder 5:

    Letters to ESK, 1921 (12 letters)

    Folder 6:

    JSK & ESK to Mrs. Andrew K. Gregg, 1921 (1 letter)

    Folder 7:

    ESK to JSK, 1921 (10 letters)

    Folder 8:

    Johanna Palme to ESK, 1921

    Folder 9:

    Dr. With. Altmann to ESK, 1921-1923

    Folder 10:

    Harrison M. WIld to ESK, 1921

    Folder 11:

    ESK to JSK, 1922 (15 letters)

    Folder 12:

    ESK to JSK, 1922 (25 letters)

    Folder 13:

    ESK to JSK, 1922 (8 letters)

    Folder 14:

    ESK to JSK, 1922 (9 letters)

    Folder 15:

    ESK to JSK, July-August 1922 (11 letters)

    Folder 16:

    Otto Fischer to ESK, 1922

    Folder 17:

    Leutseleu to ESK, 1922

    Folder 18:

    Unknown to ESK, 1922

    Box 17: Correspondence, Letters 1922-1924

    Folder 1:

    Letters to the Kelleys, 1922 (4 letters)

    Folder 2:

    Letters to the Kelleys, 1922 (11 letters)

    Folder 3:

    JSK to ESK, 1922 (10 letters)

    Folder 4:

    JSK to ESK, 1922 (15 letters)

    Folder 5:

    JSK to ESK, 1922 (11 letters)

    Folder 6:

    Letters to the Kelleys, 1922 (15 letters)

    Folder 7:

    JSK to ESK, 1923 (8 letters)

    Folder 8:

    Letters to ESK, 1923 (33 letters)

    Folder 9:

    ESK to JSK, March-June 1923 (14 letters)

    Folder 10:

    Letters to ESK (in German), 1923 (19 letters)

    Folder 11:

    ESK to JSK, 1923 (44 letters)

    Folder 12:

    From Wolfgang, 1923 (2 letters)

    Folder 13:

    Letters to ESK & JSK, 1924 (12 letters)

    Folder 14: Miscellaneous 1924 (8 letters)

    Box 18: Correspondence, Letters 1925-1928

    Folder 1:

    Letters to ESK, re: Pilgrims Progress (British prod.), 1925 (45 letters)

    Folder 2:

    Miscellaneous 1925 (9 letters)

    Folder 3:

    ESK to JSK, February-March 1925 (3 letters)

    Folder 4:

    Letters to ESK, 1926 (2 letters)

    Folder 5:

    JSK to ESK, 1926 (6 letters)

    Folder 6:

    Miscellaneous 1927 (9 letters)

    Folder 7:

    JSK to ESK, January-October 1927; ESK to JSK, July 1927 (13 letters)

    Folder 8:

    Letters to ESK, 1927 (9 letters)

    Folder 9:

    JSK to ESK, 1927 (13 letters)

    Folder 10:

    JSK to ESK, 1927 (17 letters)

    Folder 11:

    Walhelm Altmann to ESK?, 1927-1928 (3 letters)

    Folder 12:

    Martha Remmert to Kelleys, 1928

    Folder 13:

    Paul Arudt to ESK, 1928

    Folder 14:

    Letters to JSK & ESK, 1924-1968, n.d. (8 letters)

    Folder 15:

    Letters to ESK, 1928 (7 letters)

    Folder 16:

    Florence Holt to ESK, 1928 (1 letter)

    Folder 17:

    Martha Remmert to ESK, 1928-1932

    Box 19: Correspondence, Letters 1929-1930

    Folder 1:

    JSK to ESK, 1929 (8 letters)

    Folder 2:

    JSK to ESK, 1929 (6 letters)

    Folder 3:

    ESK to JSK, 1929 (10 letters)

    Folder 4:

    JSK to ESK, 1929 (22 letters)

    Folder 5:

    ESK to JSK, 1929 (15 letters)

    Folder 6:

    Johanna Palme to ESK, 1929

    Folder 6:

    Miscellaneous 1929 (7 letters)

    Folder 7:

    ESK to JSK, 1930 (33 letters)

    Folder 8:

    JSK to ESK, 1930 (18 letters)

    Folder 9:

    JSK to ESK, 1930 (10 letters)

    Folder 10:

    JSK to ESK, 1930 (23 letters)

    Folder 11:

    JSK to ESK, 1930 (10 letters)

    Folder 13:

    William Altmann to ESK, 1930

    Folder 14:

    HHH to ESK (Corianton?), 1930

    Folder 15:

    Stillman Bingham to ESK, 1930

    Folder 16:

    Martha Remmert to ESK, 1930

    Folder 17:

    Miscellaneous 1929-1930 (36 letters + 1 bill)

    Folder 18:

    Letter including ESK’s banking information from Deutsche Bank Und Disconto-Gesellschaft, 1930

    Folder 19:

    Letter to JSK from Charles Elliot Fouser, September 25, 1930

    Box 20: Correspondence, Letters 1931-1940s & Bills, Receipts

    Folder 1:

    ESK to JSK, 1931 (19 letters)

    Folder 2:

    Miscellaneous 1931-1933 (7 letters + article)

    Folder 3:

    1934 re: Pilgrims Progress (57 letters)

    Folder 4:

    1934 re: Pilgrims Progress (33 letters)

    Folder 5:

    1934-1936 (12 letters)

    Folder 6:

    Letters to Etelka Evans, 1937 (29 letters)

    Folder 7:

    Letters to Etelka Evans, 1937 (10 letters)

    Folder 8:

    Telegrams to ESK, 1937 (47 telegrams)

    Folder 9:

    Telegrams to ESK, 1937 (20 telegrams)

    Folder 10:

    Miscellaneous 1937 (18 documents) (Including a Letter to Dr. Walter Damrosch from ESK complimenting his “The Man Without a Country”, May 29, 1937)

    Folder 11:

    Miscellaneous 1940s (4 documents)

    Folder 12:

    Miscellaneous 1937 (34 documents)

    Folder 13:

    Letters to ESK, 1937 (12 letters, including unknown to the Kelleys, 1944 (Postcard))

    Folder 14:

    Checks and Paid Bills 1909-1914

    Folder 15:

    Checks and Paid Bills 1911-1912

    Folder 16:

    Miscellaneous Letters/Correspondence/Bills (21 letters + 1 bill)

    Folder 17: Undated Notes and Letters (English):

    Envelope addressed to ESK with blank card inside ESK to JSK Note about Gulliver Note about the postponement of a concert? ESK to Mrs. Edmund MacDowell Note about Sherlock Holmes Notes about a banquet scene Note about the Ben Hurr Prelude Letter to ESK from Edwin J. Stringham of the Walcott Conservatory of Music, September 24, year unknown Short note dated 1908 Handwritten notes on Book-Cadillar Hotel paper Handwritten notes Call slip for a book on ESK by Arthur Farwell Quotes about music Handwritten notes Notes dated May 11-18 Poem signed Valentine Handwritten notes dated August, 1891 Note on Henry Bickford Pasmore A note about an inscription in a copy of “Suite Primeval” Postcard of “Aunt Minerva” Miscellaneous note ESK to JSK William A. Fisher Kellermann to ESK

    Folder 18: Undated Letters (German):

    Franz Stury to ESK Luis Clenlise Lroose? To ESK Varette Ter Stepanoff to The Kelleys (2 letters) To “Professor Kelley” Unsigned Kresime to ESK ESK to Wagner Unsigned Martha Remmert to ESK? Empty envelope to ESK Wilhelm Altmen to ESK

    Note: Contents in the Edgar Stillman Kelley Collection are listed into various boxes contained within the content item. There are 103 boxes contained in this collection.

    Content Item 2: Boxes 21-38

    Box 21: Publications, Programs, Paper Clippings

    Folder 1:

    The Gypsy All Poetry Magazine, Summer Issue June 1932, Vol. VIII, No. 2

    Folder 2:

    Tempo Magazine, No. 1, 1934

    Folder 3:

    How to Use Music for Health, July 1939 by Harriet Ayer Seymour (Publication)

    Folder 4:

    The Ukrainian National Chorus by Mr. Max Rabinoff

    Folder 5:

    In Possession of a Strange Talent Program of the Foster Singers

    Folder 6:

    Birthday Greeting, 1934

    Folder 7: Miscellaneous Programs Invitation to The American Numismatic Society’s new exhibit, 1930 Invitation to a dinner hosted by the Academy of Arts and Letters, 1930 Invitation to the fourth concert hosted by the Academy of Arts and Letters, 1930 Invitation to an exhibition of works of Living artist members of the Academy of Arts and Letters, 1930 Reading Music: Seven Centuries of Notable Notation, Southern Ohio Museum An Hour of Songs by Miss Elizabeth Driver (Western College) Mrs. Edgar Stillman Kelley: Musical Monologues New York Federation of Music Clubs, 1945 New York Federation of Music Clubs Young Artists Contest (Two copies with different notes on each) University of Miami Symphony Orchestra, Modeste Alloo, conductor, Twenty Three Musical Events for 1945-1946 American Guild of Organists New York Times Hall, March 17, 1946, Sykora and Schwarz The Martha Kinney Cooper Ohioana Library “Les Amis D’Edgar Poe” (flier in French possibly) “Soiree Intime de Musique” by Mme. Annett Royak, Soprano Invitation to a ceremony hosted by The American Academy of Arts and Letters and the National Institute of Arts and Letters In Commemoration of The Opening of the New Building of the American Academy of Arts and Letters and In Honor of Visiting Delegates from Foreign Academies, November 13, 1930 Ohipo Federation of Music Clubs, The South-West District Conference Music Educators National Conference Recital by Lawrence Apgar Composers’ Forum Laboratory, December 1, 1937 Announcement of two special performances of Pilgrim’s Progress Preliminary Programme Forty-third Meeting and Concert of The Litchfield County Choral Union: “Festival of the Allies” Alice in Wonderland at Music Hall, Cincinnati, 1932 (Three copies) Cincinnati Zoo Opera Co., July 17, 1932 Cincinnati Zoo Opera Co., July 31, 1932 The Woman’s Music Club presents The Cleveland Orchestra, 1923 (Two copies) List of patrons who will occupy boxes at an unknown concert The Crafters Company presents Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Stillman Kelley in a new version of Alice in Wonderland, April, 1921 Alice in Wonderland, Music Hall Notes from a program for the May 20, 21 performance of Alice as a “Pantomimic Ballet” Mrs. Wilson-Greene presents The National Symphony Orchestra (First Concert) at Constitution Hall, January 31, 1930 Notes for The New England Symphony Carnegie Hall (1913?) The Oakland Symphony Orchestra, 1st concert, 6th season, November 14, 1939 The San Francisco Symphony Orchestra, 10th pair of Symphony Concerts, Season 1916-1917 Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, 27th season, 10th program, 1921-1922 The Hollywood Bowl Summer Concerts, July (first week), 1925 (4th annual season) Notes about The Pit and the Pendulum Fourth Concert of Music by American Composers (Dedication of the New Building of the American Academy of Arts and Letters), November 14, 1930 Cincinnati Conservatory of Music under the Auspices of the Cincinnati Institute of Fine Arts, An Evening of Compositions by students of Edgar Stillman Kelley, April 24, 1931 Program of the Oratorio Society of the New York City Christian Science Institute, December 14, 1926 Miami University, The School of Fine Arts presents The Oxford Choral Union and The University Symphony Orchestra in “Pilgrim’s Progress”, A Musical Miracle Play Toledo Choral Society, Second concert, Fifth season, April 29, 1924 Apollo Musical Club, Forty-ninth Season, Orchestra Hall, April 18, 1921 Festival of Music, Walter Damrosch (Director), April 6-11, 1920 Program titled “VIII.Symphonie=Abend DerKonigl.Kapelle”, Konigliches Opernhaus, March 9, 1910 “Dritte Grosse Musikfest” poster, April 25-27, 190? Flier titled “Schweriner Musikschule”

    Folder 8: Legal Papers and Financials

    Pocket Account Book (Advertisement for Insurance Company of North America) Note cards listing each of ESK’s works along with information such as parts and prices of each List of Compositions by ESK (Incomplete) Memorandum of Agreement between ESK and Western College Letters from The American Rolling Mill Co. concerning their stocks Agreement between ESK and Oliver Ditson Company Notice from The Cleveland Discount Company 29th Annual report to stockholders from The Formica Insulation Company, 1942 Annual report to stockholders from the Indiana Pipe Line Company, 1940 Receipts from the Hotel Great Northern 1947-1948 Bill from Harton and Co. Insurance, 1931 Notice of Stockholders Meeting, 1938 Paper from the Deutsche Bank (in German?) Paper from Berliner Musikalien Druckerei (in German?) Letter from Customs Brokers and Forwarders to ESK Receipts from United States Customs Service, Freedman and Slater, Customs Brokers and Foreign Freight Forwarders, and Berliner Musikalien Druckerei Envelope from Berliner Musikalien Druckerei Receipts from Berliner Musikalien Druckerei Letters from Deutsche Bank Letters from Berliner Musikalien Druckerei Partial list of the works of ESK, sent to Mr. Apgar, December 31, 1949 Income Tax special notice, 1864

    Folder 9: Legal Papers and Financials

    Note to ESK from Max Rhoade Receipt from The Christ Hospital for ESK, 9/6/40 Note, 1948 Letter to JSK from Superior and Boston Copper Company Memorandum of Agreement between ESK and and G. Schirmer Power of Attorney Document Letter from The Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Company Note on the back of a deposit slip Letter from the Boston Safe Deposit and Trust Co. Receipt from Zeitlin Service Letter to Mrs. Kelley on Musical Courier stationary Letters and receipts from The Otto Zimmerman and

    Folder 10: Corianton

    Power of Attorney document appointing JSK as ESK’s attorney in all matters relating to “Corianton” Agreement between Orestes U. Bean and ESK stating that ESK will compose music for “Corianton” Three copies of the agreement between Orestes U. Bean and ESK with a letter to JSK explaining the presence of the copies Agreement between Orestes U. Bean and ESK Letter to ESK from Orestes U. Bean, December 7, 1930 Letter to Orestes U. Bean from ESK, Date unknown Handwritten sheet music Letter to the Kelleys from Orestes U. Bean, August 17, 1930? Memo For Mrs. Stillman-Kelley Contracts Letter to the stockholders of Corianton Corporation, June 22, 1931 Corianton Corporation stock (Sample) Corianton Syndicate stock (Sample) Continuity of Music for Corianton (Summary of Corianton)

    Folder 11: The Wa-Wan Press and Arthur Farwell

    Letter to ESK from the Wa-Wan Press informing him that they have connected him to the house of G. Schirmer, (Inc.) of New York, March 28, 1912 Financial statement from the Wa-Wan Press, March 28, 1912 Royalty account of ESK from the Wa-Wan Press and a letter explaining it Sheet listing the costs of printing plates and a letter that goes with it Envelope that the above documents came in Letter to ESK from Arthur Farwell, 1909 Scrap of sheet music with “Farwell Letters” written on the back Letter (with envelope) to ESK from Arthur Farwell, January 6, 1902 Letter (with envelope) to ESK from Arthur Farwell, September 6, 1909 New York Center of the American Music Society pamphlet Letter to ESK from Arthur Farwell, August 28, 1909 Handwritten note Catalogue of The Wa-Wan Press, Publishers of American Music, Arthur Farwell, Editor, 1910 Letter to ESK in Berlin, Germany, from Arthur Farwell, August 17, 1907 Letter to JSK from Arthur Farwell, October 11, 1919 The Wa-Wan Press Monthly pages 17-20, May, 1907 (Vol. VI., No. 45)

    Folder 12: Paper Clippings

    “The Living Stage, Drama at Yale” by Roland Holt “8 Symphonies May Play for World’s Fair”, New York Herald Tribune, May 21, 1938 “Miss Driver and Ensenbles to Be Heard By Friday Musicale”, 1937? “Miss Driver and Ensemble Heard in All-Bach Concert”, The Florida Times-Union, March 6, 1937 “Chamber Music Society For Young People”, The Cincinnati Enquirer, February 11, 1940 Incomplete article clippings “Portland Polyphonic Society Heard By Federation Guests” by Katharine, Portland Press Herald, May 12, 1941 (Two copies) “Honor Guests At Music Federation Breakfast”, Portland Press Herald, May 14, 1941 “Thrilling Oratorio Climaxes Convention” (Continued from page one), Portland Press Herald, May 14, 1941 “Musical Clubs Score Success In Brilliant Performance”, May 14 “Stillman-Kelleys Form Team Which Created Great Music” and “Plaque Memorializing Kelley Hangs In Presser Hall Here”, Western College Then and Now, 1853-1953 “National Jubilee Chorus Led by Gena Branscombe at 50th COnvention of General Federation of Woman’s Clubs” “Distinguished Composer Here”, Photo of ESK Photo of ESK and JSK, Musical Leader “In San Juan” “Withrow Concert to be Repeated”

    Inside a Program: “Mr. Kelley’s Last Lecture, Effect of Race and Religion on Modern Music Was Discussed”, Albany Journal, April 5, 1898 “Listening to Music, Lecture Delivered in University Extension Course at the High School”, November 1898 “The Last Music Lecture, Mr. and Mrs. Kelley Delight a Large Audience” “Lecture on Music, An Interesting Discourse by Mr. George S. Kelley” “The Sources of Music, First Lecture by Mr. Kelley in the New University Extension Course, at the Woman’s Institute” “University Extension, Edgar Stillman Kelley Lecture Last Evening on “The Sources of Music” at Institute Hall” “Music of the Orient, Delightful Lecture By Edgar Stillman Kelley” “The Art of Listening to Music” “Shakespeare and the Welsh, His Interest in Them Explained by Miss Czarmonska at the Conference Upon Comparative Literature” “Music of the English, Anglo-Saxons Did More to Elevate Melody Than Any Other Race”, April 5, 1898 “Queer Sprigs of Gentility”

    Folder 13: Paper Clippings

    “Changes in Taste, Koussevitsky Discusses Shifts in His reactions in 15-Year Period” by Olin Downes and “Walton on Trends in Composition” by G. Gilbert” “To the Young- ‘Macbeth’”, June 4, 1939 “Two Concerts at Coolidge Temple”, The Springfield Daily Republican, September 27, 1919 The Western Round-Up Vol. 7 No. 21, March 13, 1937 The Western Round-Up Vol. 4 No. 15, January 25, 1934 The Western Round-Up Vol. 4 No. 14, January 18, 1934 “Cause of Depression Is Called Psychological”, September 10, 1934 “Orpheus Club Will Resume Rehearsals”, September 7, 1934 “Seen at Berkshire Festival” Photo of ESK, The Springfield Union/Springfield Republican, August 11, 1935 “Countess with a Mission, ‘The Little Mother’ Visits Traverse” by Catherine Crotser “Make Plans for Continuance of the Music Camp”, Traverse City Record-Eagle, August 20, 1934 “Symphony Season’s Plans Announced” “Oliver Herford” Untitled article “Our Universe Mapped: A New Cosmic Picture” by H. Gordon Garbedian, The New York Times, January 12, 1930

    Folder 14: JSK Clippings

    “A Memorial Fund” by Laura Stedman Gould, Atlantic City, N.J., June 10, 1927 “Airship’s World Flight Forecast 50 Years Ago”, The Cincinnati Times-Star “U.S. Poet in 1879 Forecast ‘Flying Fish’ Along Almost Exact Lines of Graf Zeppelin”, New York American, September 2, 1929 “Finds Old Prediction of Graf Zeppelin’s Flight”, The Cincinnati Times-Star, September 5, 1929 Dinner Marks Centenary of E.C. Stedman

    Folder 15: Paper Clippings

    Photo of Lauritz Melchior as Silvio in Pagliacci Page 7 of Enquirer Sunday Magazine, February 12, 1933 The music section of The New York Times, June 18, 1939 “Fine Artists Bill Stirs Debate, Opponents Fear Control in Pepper-Coffee Plan for Cultural Revival and Jobs” by Blair Bolles “Yesteryears of Music, Highlights of the Golden Age, Recalled by a Devotee of the Arts Who Has Been a Concertgoer for Seven Decades” by William Naumburg, Musical Leader “Publications of Exceptional Value Include Complete Works of Couperin” by Olin Downes “Damrosch Backed on Art Bill Fight”, March 7, 1938 Music section of The New York Times, March 10, 1940 “Many Hands Contribute to Symposium on Schonberg”, “Zurich Ends With Opera Festival” by Dr. Willi Reich, and “Summer Offerings Occupy Providence”, Musical America, August 1937 “Dr. William Lyon Phelps (Yale) America’s Outstanding Commentator” “Macdowell for Hall of Fame” by Olin Downes, New York Times, October 22, 1944 “Beloved in Music World”, The Indianapolis News, April 26, 1937 “Leading Figures as Music Festival Opened” The Springfield Daily Republican, August 5, 1938 (includes entire page) The music section of The New York Times, August 21, 1938 “Lieurance Conducts Own Works in April 5 Musical Program”, March 20, 1938 “Two Men Gain Tie in Music Contest”, The New York Times, April 22, 1939 “Flash! Walter Winchell Talks on ASCAP”, February, 1938 Amusements page of The New York Times, May 21, 1938 Musical America pages 5-10, May 10, 1938 Musical America pages 31-32, November 10, 1937 Juilliard Graduate School Faculty 1937-1938 Musical America pages 9-10, October 25, 1937 The Berkshire Evening Eagle, Third Section, August 4, 1938 “Realtors in Convention Urge Extension of FHA” and “Fifth Dimension Basis Of New Einstein Theory” by Thomas R. Henry, March 20, 1939 “Vast Power Source In Atomic Energy Opened by Science” by William Lawrence, The New York Times, May 5, 1940 “New Power Source Opened by Science” (continued) “The Opera’s Future, With Fund Raised, Metropolitan Must Face New Responsibilities” by Olin Downes, (The New York Times, May 19, 1940?) “Letter of Wagner’s Son” (The New York Times, May 19, 1940?)

    In envelope: “Children to Sing On Network” “Heavy Selling May Continue In Market”

    Folder 16: 1929 NFMC Meeting Clippings

    “Edison Winner Of ‘29 Turns to Spiritual Goal” Raymond C. Eaton Wins Baritone Music Contest, Quincy Public Ledger, Boston News-Clip Bureau, 06-10-1929 “Doubts ‘High-Brow’ Talk Has Bearing on Music”, Boston Traveler, Boston News-Clip Bureau, 06-11-1929 “Bay State 3D Music State”, Boston Post, Boston News-Clip Bureau, 06-12-1929 “Symphony Leader Has Rival of 7”, Boston Post, Boston News-Clip Bureau, 06-12-1929 “2000 Boston School Pupils Give Concert”, Boston Globe, Boston News-Clip Bureau, 06-12-1929 “Pfohl Family, Eight Musicians, Play Before National Federation Of Music Clubs Today”, The Boston Globe, Boston News-Clip Bureau, 06-12-1929 “Spreading Art of Music”, Boston American, Boston News-Clip Bureau, 06-11-1929 “Indian Princess Here to Attend Music Convention”, Boston Post, Boston News-Clip Bureau, 06-12-1929 Gloucester Times, Boston News-Clip Bureau, 06-10-1929 “Plan This Week Final Rehearsal Festival Chorus”, Salem News, Boston News-Clip Bureau, 06-10-1929 “Rita Breault Wins in Semi-Final Test, Providence Journal, Boston News-Clip Bureau, 06-09-1929 “All-State Chorus At Hub Meeting”, Providence Journal, Boston News-Clip Bureau, 06-09-1929 Providence Journal, Boston News-Clip Bureau, 06-09-1929 Boston Transcript, Boston News-Clip Bureau, 06-11-1929 “Artists Of Music Compete At Hub”, Worcester Telegram-Gazette, Boston News-Clip Bureau, 06-09-1929 “Music Delegates Consider Their Extension Work”, Boston Transcript, Boston News-Clip Bureau, 06-11-1929 Providence Journal, Boston News-Clip Bureau, 06-08-1929 “Indiana Federation Wins Class 1 Prize”, Boston Globe, The Boston Globe, Boston News-Clip Bureau, 06-12-1929 “Six-Year-Old Boy Conducts Orchestra at Festival”, Boston Herald, Boston News-Clip Bureau, 06-12-1929 “Mr. and Mrs. Edward Wigglesworth Grew to Give First Debutante Affair”, Boston American, Boston News-Clip Bureau, 06-11-1929

    In Envelope: “Prize Winners Give Concert At Banquet”, The Boston Globe, Boston News-Clip Bureau, 06-11-1929 “Discord Stalks Music Society”, Boston Herald, Boston News-Clip Bureau, 06-11-1929 “Music Clubs Delegates in Election Contest”, Boston Transcript, Boston News-Clip Bureau, 06-10-1928 “Plan Concert For Music Delegates”, Boston Herald, Boston News-Clip Bureau, 06-11-1929 “Music Clubs Open National Convention”, Boston Evening Globe, Boston News-Clip Bureau, 06-10-1929 “Better School Music is Plea”, Boston Traveler, Boston News-Clip Bureau, 06-10-1929 “Miss Virginia Boyd Anderson”, Providence Journal, Boston News-Clip Bureau, 06-05-1929 “Musical Clubs Of Nation In Festival”, Boston American, Boston News-Clip Bureau, 06-10-1929 “Danvers Doings”, Salem News, Boston News-Clip Bureau, 06-10-1929 “Music Week Program Is Held At Medfield”, Boston Evening Globe, Boston News-Clip Bureau, 06-10-1929

    “New Music Shed is Dedicated In Initial Concert” and “Cecilia Chorus and Orchestra Divide Program” “Cecilia Chorus and Orchestra Divide Program” (Continued from the first page) “Menotti’s ‘Amelia Goes to the Ball’ Presented at the Metropolitan-’Elektra’ Also Is Sung” by Olin Downes, The New York Times, March 4 The music section of The New York Times, December 31, 1944 The New York Times, pages 25 (list of deaths, marriages, births, etc.) and 26, December 24, 1944 The music section of The New York Times, February 13, 1944 The art section of The New York Times, November 28, 1937 “Operagrams” by Lawrence Gilman “Barbirolli Delayed; Enesco Continues”, Radio Dial, February 11, 1938 “The Berkshire Festival Offers a Genuine Treat to Lovers of Chamber Music”, “Fritz Enjoys His First Visit Here”, and “The Sale of the Partello Violin Collection” by Arthur M. Abell, The Musical Courier, October 5, 1922 “Koussevitzky: Mentor of Young Composers” by Olin Downes, The New York Times Magazine, July 23, 1944

    Folder 17: 4/37 NFMC Meeting Clippings

    “Memorable Luncheon”, Cincinnati Post, March 12,1938 Part of the Music Section of The Indianapolis including “1,000 Youngsters In Musical Events”, April 25, 1937 “Youthful Musicians Hold Spotlight at Festival” by James Thrasher (Two copies) “Music Federation Delegates Take Time Out For Food, Fun and-Music”, The Indianapolis Times, April 24, 1937 (Two Copies) “1,000 Juniors Prove Music In Safe Hands”, Sunday Star, April 25, 1937 (Three copies) Part of the Music Section of The Indianapolis Star including “Enthusiasm High as Music “Federation Opera Voice Contest is Decided Here”, April 26, 1937 “Local Admirers Honor Composer As He and Wife Pay Visit to City” “Music Festival in Last Full Day”, The Indianapolis News, April 29, 1937 “400 County Children Practice For Music Event Appearance” By Marion Porter, The Courier Journal, April 22, 1937 “Proposes Cabinet Music Post”, The Indianapolis Times, April 24, 1937 (Two copies) “Music Draws Throngs Here For Festival”, The Indianapolis Star, Vol. 34 No. 323, April 24, 1937 “Radio School Director Here”, The Indianapolis News, April 26, 1937 “Junior Day Observed at Music Club Festival; 1,000 Members of Younger Set Give Program” “Indiana Woman Named Officer By Music Club” Music Section of The Indianapolis including “1,000 Youngsters In Music Events” “Lawrence Cook, Organist, National Symphony and Choir Comprise Finale” by James Thrasher, April 29, 1937 “Concert Ends Federation’s Music Week” By Corbin Patrick, April 30, 1937 “Music Directors Select Officers” (Continued) (Three copies) “Juniors Perform Splendidly in Programs of Difficult Music”, The Indianapolis News, April 26, 1937 “Young Artists’ Finals To Climax Day’s Music Program”, The Indianapolis Times, April 26, 1937 “Music Clubs’ Big Festival”, April 21, 1937 “Better Music is Urged For Public Parks” by Corbin Patrick, Indianapolis Star, Vol. 34. No. 325, April 20, 1937 “Music Clubs Get Praise for Work” (Continued), The Indianapolis Star, April 29, 1937 “Music Festival Opens, The Indianapolis Times “Music Clubs Given Praise For Culture”, The Indianapolis Star, April 29, 1937 “Shelbyville Woman Named for National Music Honor” “Tells of Guild’s Work” “Leaders at Federation of Music Clubs’ Session”, The Indianapolis Star, April 27, 1937 “Pianists From New York And Chicago to Compete; Opera Winners Named” by James Thrasher, The Indianapolis Times, April 26, 1937

    Box 22: Paper Clippings, Posters

    Folder 1: Clippings 1939-1941

    Article for Dr. Edgar Stillman-Kelley’s 82nd birthday “Ohio Federation Of Music Clubs Honor Composer”, Music Courier, May 15, 1940 Note addressed to ESK and JSK “At Conservatory Commencement”, The Cincinnati Enquirer, June 7, 1940 “Music Drama To Aid Scholarship Fund”, The New York Times, March 12, 1940 Photo of ESK and Orley See from The Music Leader “Federated Music Clubs’ Convention Luncheon”, April 25, 1940 “Notables Speak At Ohio Music CLubs’ Luncheon”, The Cincinnati Enquirer, April 25, 1940 “Federated Music CLubs Luncheon at the Gibson”, The Cincinnati Times-Star, APril 25, 1940 “Western College, Founded In 1853, Modeled Upon Mount Holyoke Plan” By Barbara Clement Clarke, The Cincinnati Times-Star, April 25, 1940 Pages 15 and 16 of Musical Leader The Chimes, Vol. 1 No. 1, February 1941

    Folder 2: Clippings 1939-1941 (broken double page reading Letters to Johannes, plans for 1941 including 30 programs, letters, and clippings)

    Note reading “Letters to Johannes, Plans for 1941” “What Will the National Convention Mean to You?”, Texas Music News, April 1941 President’s Letter about the National Federation of Music Clubs, signed Mrs. Vincent Hilles Ober Michigan Federation of Music Clubs Bulletin “Program for the Masses Junior Orchestra Junior Day at the Biennial” Texas Music News, April 1941 Print out of a piece of art (Man stands by a lake, turned toward a grave) Wisconsin Federation of Music Clubs Bulletin, May, 1928 Preliminary Announcement for The Stillman Kelley Scholarship Fund for Western College (With written notes) Letter from John Warren Erb to Mrs. Patterson, February 15, 1941 (Mentions the Stillman Kelleys being in New York) Letter from Lawson Purdy to Mr. John Erb, April 18, 1941 (About running for office) Letter to Dr. Erb from Evars, September 1, 1941 Letter to Dr. Erb from Evars, August 21, 1941 “In The Kelleys’ Studio” by Alice Cobb A Musical Ritual for the Use of the National Federation of Music Clubs at conventions with handwritten notes on the back Handwritten notes “The Path to Peace” by Nicholas Murray Butler Letter from Mrs. Mabel Jacques Eichel to JSK National Council of Women of the United States, Membership list 1925-1926 Handwritten note Copy of a letter from JSK to Mr. Stivers, August 28, 1941 Letter from JSK to Mrs. Bingham, August 28, 1941 Handwritten letter from Mary Colbey to Dr. Erb, August 29, 1941 Poem sent to Dr. Erb from Herbert Edward, August 8, 1941 Program for “Elijah” an Oratorio, September 7, 1941 (Three copies) Copy of “Crystal Springs Chorus Gives Superb Performance”, The Evening Independent Massillon, September 8, 1941 Letter to “Jeanie”, September 12, 1941 Letter to Mr. Schwaab, September 12, 1941 Handwritten note Letter from JSK to Mrs. Goodbar Letter from Mrs. H. Carroll Day to Dr. Erb Letter from the Chairman Executive Committee to JSK Letter from the Chairman Executive Committee to Dr. Erb Notes of a blank staff

    Folder 3: 1939-1946 Clippings, Letters, Programs (33 pieces)

    Receipt from Hotel Great Northern, September 30, 1944 The Edgar Stillman Kelley Scholarship Awards, Seventh Series of Auditions 1946 Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Grace Mabee, February 12, 1941 National Federation of Music Clubs 22nd Biennial American Music Festival, Los Angeles, June 18-25, 1941 Letter from Grace Widney Mabee concerning movies with good music scores, January 15, 1941 “Mr. Disney and “Fantasia””, The New York Times, November 15, 1940 Highlights of the November Releases On The December Release Chart\ “50 Are Nominated For Film Awards”, The NEw York Times, February 10, 1941 Pictures Recommended By Preview Committee For Consideration By Judges Letter from Grace Mabee to ESK and JSK An Inter-American Music Day In International Music Week Booklet (Letter to Mr. C. M. Tremaine on White House letterhead, December 16, 1940 inside) Letter from Helen Havener to Mrs. Mabee, October 17, 1939 Handwritten note Letterhead labeled “Motion Picture Producers and Distributors of America, Inc.” and dated October 17, 1939 Note Concerning Moving Pictures Handwritten note Letter addressed to Col. Carl Milliken, January 2, 1940 Letter from Grace Mabee to Mr. Shapiro, January 2, 1940 “Gulliver Reaches Hollywood” by Herb Stern Letter from Grace Mabee to JSK, December 16, 1939 Letter from Irvin Shapiro of World Pictures Corporation to Mrs. Mabee (Handwritten note on bottom) Letter from Grace Mabee to JSK, January 2, 1940 Letter from Grace Mabee to JSK, December 9, 1939 Letter from Hazel Weaver to Grace Mabee Letter to JSK about the preview committees Letter from Grace Mabee to Dr. Erb, October 22, 1939 Letter from Julia to JSK Letter from Grace Mabee to Mrs. Kelley “Audience Heckles Arts Bill Backers”, The New York Times Unbiased Opinions of Current Motion Pictures, August 19, 1939 “Music in Films” by Boris Morros Film Guide to the 20th Century Fox Picture A Cosmopolitan Production, Young Mr. Lincoln

    Folder 4: 1939-1940s Clippings, Letters, Programs (43 pieces)

    Small Handwritten note Letter from Mrs. Frank A. Seiberling to JSK, May 24, 1921 Handwritten note to Mrs. Frank A. Seiberling Letter from Alice Bradley to JSK Letter from Alice Bradley to JSK Handwritten letter to JSK, July 14, 1921 Handwritten letter to JSK, July 14, 1921 Various checks from 1921 Handwritten letter to JSK The Virginia Musician, Official Bulletin of the Virginia Federation of Music Clubs, Vol. XIV No. 2, December, 1938 “Federation of Music Clubs Tells Plans”, 1941 Paper from the New York Federation of Music Clubs, Inc. announcing Charter Day The News Sheet pages 7 and 8 The News Sheet, February, 1942 Edgar Stillman Kelley Scholarship Awards 10th Series of Auditions 1949 Cincinnati Woman’s Club pamphlet, 1949 The Stillman Kelley National Scholarship Fund letter Letter from Mrs. Fuller to JSK, October 12, 1948 Handwritten note Letter from Etelka Evans concerning the rules for the 1946 auditions for the Edgar Stillman Kelley Junior Scholarship Letter from Mrs. Fuller concerning the rules for the 1949 auditions for the Edgar Stillman Kelley Scholarship Suggested list of compositions to play for the audition Letter from Mrs. Knox to “Federation Co-worker”, December, 1948 Pages 25 and 26 Music Clubs Magazine including a piece about the Kelley Scholarship Pages 33 and 34 of Music Clubs Magazine including a piece about the Kelley Scholarship Letter from Mrs Thomas to Governor Dewey, August 23, 1944 Letter addressed to Mr. Howard Fischer, September 20, 1944 Letter from the Baldwin Piano Company to JSK Handwritten letter dated August 24, 1944 Handwritten letter from Mary Phillips to JSK dated October 10, 1944 Handwritten letter from Mary Taber to JSK dated October 30, 1944 Report of the Edgar Stillman Kelley Scholarship 1947-1948 Letters from Mary Hail to JSK, June 22, 1921 Letter from Mrs. Seiberling to Mrs. Schwarz “Music Clubs to Stress American Composition”, Musical America, October, 1943 “Federation Plans Brilliant Week”, Musical America, March 25, 1947 Letter from the National Federation of Music Clubs about a performance of “Pilgrim’s Progress that will benefit the Edgar Stillman-Kelley Junior Scholarship

    Folder 5: Reviews 1920s-1940s American Composers, Clippings (92 pieces)

    Musical West pages 19 and 20, March 1935 “Women’s Orchestra Concert” “Government to Aid Unemployed Musicians”, New York, August 17, 1935 “Mrs. Stillman Kelley Devotes Time Towards Creation of Portfolio” by Anna Marie Tennant, The Springfield News, June 9, 1935 Untitled, The Enquirer, Cincinnati, December 1, 1934 “18,000 Musicians to Get Jobs In Federal Arts Relief Program”, The New York Times, August 4, 1935 “Is Music ‘Education’?” by Olin Downes “Mascagni ‘Nerone’ Produced in Milan”, The New York Times “Urges Support of Fine Arts Bill”, The Cincinnati Times-Star, May 25, 1935 “Radio Domination Laid to Composers” “Two Composers Contest Winners”, June 28, 1935 “Gift To Establish Fine Arts College” One nearly complete page of The New York Times, November 10, 1930 “American Academy to Open New Home” (Continued) List of Patrons for the Manhattan Orchestral Society “Thoughts on the Place of the Theater in This Chaotic World” by Brooks Atkinson, The New York Times “Two Operas Given as Season Closes”, The New York Times, March 17, 1940 “Philosopher of Americanism” Researcher’s notes on ESK’s philosophies Paper with some of ESK’s philosophies “Culture by Force, Studying Shakespeare in the Classroom at The End of a Birch Switch” by Brooks Atkinson “Bach’s ‘Musical Offering’” by Olin Downes “American Arts Academy Elects 5 New Members”, New York Herald Tribune, November 14, 1930 “Barrie as Chancellor” The top half of pages 39 and 40 of the New York Herald Tribune, November 14, 1930 “Notes Here and Afield”, January 12, 1936 “$500,000 Is Given To Help The Arts” (Three copies) “$500,000 Is Given To Help The Arts” (Continued) (Two copies) “$500,000 Gift For Art Made Anonymously”, New York Herald, December 14, 1935 “Sibelius At Seventy, Entire World Pays Homage To Genius of Finland’s Great Composer” by Olin Downes Untitled “Art and Living” Untitled, The Enquirer, Cincinnati, December 1, 1934 “Critics of Films to Make Their Own”, The New York Times, January 2, 1935 (Two Copies) “City Will Open Schools of Art and Music In Fall to Encourage Gifted Students” “City Music Centre Given To Relief Unit” “$9,561,827 PWA Grants To Be Sought”, September 3, 1935 “Four Will Direct Arts Work Relief”, The New York Times, July 27, 1935 “Opera in the Future” and “More Plaudits for Edith Mason”, Musical leader, May 11, 1935 “Music Sounds In the Hills of Stockbridge”, Boston Evening Transcript, August 12, 1935 “Geraldine Farrar DIscusses Problems of Vocal Training Today and Yesterday” and “Heard and Told…” by Eulalia S. Buttelman, Musical America, February 25, 1939 “Radio Guide” Vol. 8. No. 21. March 11, 1939” “Radio’s Responsibility” by Ray Lyman Wilbur and “Camouflaged Ballader” by James Street Pages 13 and 14 of Musical Courier, January 1, 1938 “Two Concerts Close Capital Festival” by Howard Taubman, “Kindler Symphony Ends 9th Season”, and “Red Issue Splits Artists’ Congress”, The New York Times, April 15, 1940 Paper campaigning for the continuation of the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra “Variations” by Leonard Liebling, Musical Courier, April 2, 1932 Radio notes about the National Federation of Music Clubs Amusements section of The New York Times, January 12, 1940 “Manuel De Falla: Musical Envoy to the New World” By Gilbert Chase, Musical America, June, 1940 “Euterpe In Washington” by Lawrence Gilman, New York Herald, June 30, 1935 “Philip Hale, Famous Critic and Scholar, Dies at 80, Erudite Annotator of Boston Symphony Programs Held to the Highest Precepts” By Grace May Stutsman, Musical America, December 10, 1934 Photo of ESK and JSK with a caption, Musical Courier, October 10, 1936 Untitled newspaper article, handwritten notes on the top “John Powell Plays With Women’s Orchestra” Untitled

    Folder 6: 1939-1940s Clippings, Letters, Programs

    “$500,000 Gift Made to Help the Artists” “New Work Given by Koussevitzky” by Olin Downes (And other short articles), The New York Times, March 12, 1939 “A Great American Gone: Philip Hale and His Lasting Contribution”, Musical America, December 10, 1934 “First American Composer” (About Francis Hopkinson) “National Theatre Prospects” by Brooks Atkinson, 1940 “Perspective of Mexican Music, Museum of Modern Art’s Program, Arranged by Carlos Chavez, Was a Panorama of Country’s Tonal History” By Olin Downes, Rio De Janeiro Season”, and “Notes of Musicians Here and Afield”, 1940 “Two-a-Day Mexican Programs Complete Run at Museum of Modern Art” and “First Contingent of Orchestra Men Sails For South America This Week” “Erica Morini Gives A Violin Program” by Howard Taubman, The New York Times, January 18, 1940 “Notables Attend Last Concert of Chamber Festival” by Glenn Dillard Gunn, Times-Herald, April 15, 1940 “Monteux Scans Nucleus For Symphony Season, Definite Announcement Is MAde on Opening Selections” by Alexander Fried “World Premiere Of Goossens Symphony At Music Hall” “Music from Electrons”, The New York Times, January 11, 1936 “Downes Denies Fair Neglects Music of U.S.” “Rochester’s Brave Beginning With the Eastman Orchestra” by H. C. Colles “Bartok Heard With Szigeti In Own Works, Hungarian Composer Plays Rhapsody and Sonata at Coolidge Festival Event” by Francis D. Perkins and “All-Debussy Program Given By Toscanini, Conductor Rises to Greatest heights in the Surging Splendor of ‘La Mer’” By Jerome D. Bohm “Kahn Says Music Lessens Crime”, The Sun and the Globe, November 28, 1923 “Harmony and Cash Aim of Composers”, The New York Evening Journal, May 15, 1936 “Mayor Asks Trade to Aid The Opera”< The New York Times, December 6, 1935 “Comstock Gives Pledge” “Symphony Plays Swan Song With Audience in Tears” By Glenn Dillard Gunn, Times Herald, April 15, 1940 “Snub to Our Music at Fair is Charged” “Rosenthal in Golden Jubilee” by Olin Downes and “News of the Orchestral World”, The New York Times, November 13, 1938 “Conservative Talent”, The New York Times “Tobias Matthay: An Appreciation” by Myra Hess, Musical Courier, June 7, 1930 Pages 13, 14, 41, and 42 of Music America, January 10, 1932 Pages 97 and 98 of Music America, February, 1932 Pages 11, 12, 6, and unnumbered of Music America, April 2, 1932 Pages 21 and 22 of Music America, November 21, 1931 Pages 23 and 24 of Music America, November 21, 1931 Pages 13 and 14 of Musical Leader, April 12, 1941 Pages 15 and 16 of Musical Leader, including “Manifold Activities” (About JSK), February 26, 1938 Page 20 of Musical Courier, January 1, 1941 Pages 5-8 of Musical America, January 25, 1931 Paper titled “Sales Points of Interest To Symphony Speakers

    Folder 7:

    Lecture, A Series of Ten Lectures by Edgar Stillman Kelley on The Art of Listening to Music, Lecture I, The Sources of Music

    Folder 8:

    Copy of Lecture,A Series of Ten Lectures by Edgar Stillman Kelley on The Art of Listening to Music, Lecture I, The Sources of Music

    Folder 9: Paper Clippings

    “Some of the Notables at Chicago Music Festival Luncheon” “Music Festival Luncheon Will Hail Dr. Kelley” by Philip Maxwell “Stillman Kelley a Native of Sparta; His Wife Is Also Wisconsin Notable” by Walter Monfried “Brilliant Opening Music Club To Honor National Board At Luncheon and Tea Monday”, Social News and Activities of Women Violinist Takes Part in Lecture Club Program, The Cincinnati Times-Star, December 11, 1933 Page one and two of the Portland Evening Express, May, 13, 1941, including article “Great Musical Culture Rising, Dr. Kelley Says” (Three copies) “Thrilling Oratorio Rendition Climaxes Music Convention” By Katherine Hatch Graffam, Portland Press Herald, May 14, 1941 “Oratorio Composer And Principals Enthusiastic After Rehearsal Here”, Portland Press Herald, May 12, 1941 (Two copies, Entire page included) Photo of JSK, Portland Sunday Telegram, May 4, 1941 (Two copies, Entire page included) “Alumnae Day Events Open At Western College” June 11, 1934 “House of Dreams Untold”, The Enquirer, Cincinnati, December 11, 1932 (Two copies) The Miami Student, June 11, 1934 (Full paper) “Rare Musical Hour is Event Thursday” by Mrs. Stillman-Kelley (Two copies) “Robertson on Shakespeare, Famous Actor tells of Bard’s Idol, Caesar, and points out peculiarities of the Poet’s Method”

    Box 23: Lecture Notes

    Folder 1:

    Lecture, The Art of Listening to Music, Lecture VI, The Classical Era

    Folder 2:

    Copy of Lecture, The Art of Listening to Music, Lecture VI, The Classical Era

    Folder 3:

    Lecture on Goethe (includes articles, notes)

    Folder 4:

    Lecture, Progressive Annotations, Kelley's Analysis of various works by 19th century composers

    Folder 5:

    Notes, Sketches for Wagner book Book by Richard Wagner titled “Das Judenthum in der Musik”

    Folder 6:

    Various Notes

    Folder 7:

    Lecture Notes Folder 8: Realism vs. Art Notes

    Box 24: Lecture Notes, Awards

    Folder 1:

    Lecture Notes

    Folder 2:

    Lecture Notes

    Folder 3:

    Lecture Notes

    Folder 4:

    Lecture Notes

    Folder 5:

    Lecture Notes

    Folder 6:

    Oxford Music Club Papers- Ophia Smith, Ruth McLeod

    Folder 7:

    Honors Received (2 awards/certificates)

    Box 25: Financial Records, 1910-1937

    Correspondence, re: bonds, insurance, receipts Check Stubs 1910-1912 Cancelled Checks 1911-1913 Check Stubs 1912-1913 Cancelled Checks 1912-1914 Cancelled Checks 1914-1915 Check Stubs 1919 1919 Checkbook Cancelled Checks 1919-1921 Check Stubs 1920 Bank Statement 1920-1921 Oil Stocks 1920s Cancelled Checks 1936-1937 Check Stubs 1936-1937

    Box 26: Non-ESK Music Compositions (Part I)

    Anghinelli, Edoardo Dino Anghinelli. Carmina Musicaeque dalla visione Selenica copy presented to Erb in 1937 Ayres, Frederic. The Wa-Wan Press, For Pianoforte Fugue, Op. 12 No. 1 Ayres, Frederic. Three Songs for Contralto with Piano Accompaniment, Op. 2 Ayres, Frederic. The Wa-Wan Press, Where the Bee Sucks, Op. 3 No. 2 Ayres, Frederic. Zwei Fugen for Klavier, Op. 9 Ayres, Frederic. The Open Road: A Brilliant Intermezzo for the Pianoforte, Op. 11 Ayres, Frederic. Sonata in B Minor for Piano and Violin Ayres, Frederic. Violin Sonata in B Minor for Pianoforte and Violin Ayres, Frederic. Quartelli E Minor, Score and Parts Ayres, Frederic. Sonata for Cello, to Pablo Casals Bach, J. Sebastian. Gavotte in E Bauer, Marion. Six Preludes for the Pianoforte Beach, John. The Wa-Wan Press, Is She Not Pure Gold, 1907 Beethoven. Violoncello Part of the Trias for Pianoforte Violin & Violoncello Bliss, James A. Sonata C. Minor For Pianoforte Bliss, Paul. Mandolins and Moonlight Brahms, Johannes. Cradle Song, Op. 49 No. 4 Researcher’s note about Brahms? Brockhoven, John. Scherzo Cadman, Charles Wakefield. The Garden of Mystery: A Grand Opera, 1925 Cadman, Charles Wakefield. Four American Indian Songs, Opus 45 Cadman, Charles Wakefield. Sonata in A Major for the Piano, Op. 58 Cadman, Charles Wakefield. The Pompadour' Fan, MCMIX Case, Henry Lincoln. Anthem Babylon is Fallen Chopin, Fredrich. Concert-Allegro for Pianoforte mit Orchester, Op. 46, 1881 Cleve, Halfdan. Konzert fr Pianoforte und Streichorchester, Op. 9 Clokey, Joseph W. & Hazel Jean Kirk. Childe Jesus: A Christmas Cantata for Mixed Voices Clokey, Joseph W. & Laura Spencer Portor. When the Christ-child Came Cornelius, Peter. Die Konige. Aus Weihnachtslieder Op. 8 No. 3 (Bass I (5x) Tenor I (4x), Tenor II, parts) Cornelius, Peter. Die Konige. Aus Weihnachtslieder Op. 8 No. 3, for eine Solostimme (alt oder Bariton) und Monnerchor Curtis, Natalie. Victory Song (Pawnee Indian) for Chorus of Mixed Voices Curtis, Natalie. A Cowboy Song for Four-Part Chorus of Men's Voices, with Tenor and Baritone Obbligatos

    Box 27: Non-ESK Music Compositions (Part II)

    Curtis-Burlin, Natalie. Hymn of Freedom for Sextet of Chorus of Mixed Voices with Piano Accompaniment Curtis-Burlin, Natalie. Negro Folk-Songs Curtis, Natalie. Dawn Song Based on A Cheyenne Indian Song, for Male Chorus: Tenor Solo & Flute or Oboe Obbligato Czerny, Carl. Erster Lehrmeister Op. 599 Czerny, Charles. Toccata ou Exercice for Pianoforte Debussy, Claude. Prelude L Apr s-midi d'un Faune, Transcription quatre mains Dillon, Fannie. Birds at Dawn Dillon, Fannie. Melodic Poems of the Mountains for the Piano Drrffel, Alfred. Choralbuch for Klavier oder Harmonium zum Schul-und huslichen Gebrauch Dumler, Martin G. Missa Gaudens Opus 22 Dumler, Martin G. Missa Latreutica, 1925 Farwell, Arthur. American Indian Melodies (The Wa-Wan Press) Farwell, Arthur. The Domain of Hurakan Op. 15 (The Wa-Wan Press, 1902) Farwell, Arthur. The Evergreen Tree Fisher, William Arms. Because I Live, Ye Shall Live Also Foote, Arthur. Revery Foote, Arthur. Exaltation Foote, Arthur. Four Character Pieces after the Rubiyet of Omar Khayyam for Orchestra Op. 48 Foote, Arthur. Trio in B dur No. 2 Op. 65 Ford, Franklin. God is Love; and He that Dwelleth in Love Dewelleth in God, and God in Him Foster. Etude de Concert, Chromatic Staccato Etude for the Pianoforte Fouser, Charles Elliott. Prairie Symphony (Second Movement) Side Road Fouser, Charles Elliott. Prairie Symphony (Second Movement) Side Road Fouser, Charles E. Exercises in Transposition and Technique for Piano

    Box 28: Non-ESK Music Compositions (Part III)

    Fouser, Charles Elliott. Reveille (Orchestral Parts & Full Score) Fouser, Charles Elliott. The Cataract (Orchestral Parts & Full Score) Fouser, Charles Elliott. Polonaise in E Minor (Orchestral Parts) Fouser, Charles Elliott. Overture (Orchestral Parts & Score) Fouser, Charles Elliott. Regimental March (Orchestral Parts & Score) Fouser, Charles Elliott. Parade March (Score) Fouser, Charles Elliott. Greeting to Illinois (Parts & Score) Fouser, Charles Elliott. The Night Calmly and Peacefully (Parts & Score) Fouser, Charles Elliott. Before the Curtain Overture (Orchestral Parts)

    Box 29: Non-ESK Music Compositions (Part IV)

    Franck, Cesar, Symphone (for Piano) Franz, Robert. Franz-Album I Franz, Robert. Franz-Album II Franz, Robert. Franz-Album III Franz, Robert. Franz-Album IV Friml, Rudolf. Woodland Echoes Intermezzo for Piano Gallico, Paolo. The Apocalypse Dramatic Oratorio Goetz, Hermann. Sonfonie (in four) for grolses Orchester Golson, Florence. A Spring Symphony Golson, Florence. A Spring Symphony Greig, Edvard. Quartett Greig, Edvard. Konzert for Pianoforte Op. 16 Gretchaninoff, A. Ice Floes (Part Song for Mixed Voices) Grimm, C. Hugo. The Coming of the Anointed: A Cantata Hadley, Henry. Music: An Ode for Mixed Chorus, Soli and Orchestra Hadley, Henry. Herod Overture, 1st & 2nd Horns in F Hadley, Henry. Herod Overture, Tympani in F-C, Drums & Cymbals Hagendorn, Gustav. Praise Ye The Father Hammil, Carrie Esther. Granfma Handel. The Messiah

    Box 30: Non-ESK Music Compositions (Part V)

    Hattori, Ryoichi. Ryoichi Hattori Music Album Haubiel, Charles. Vision of Saint Joan: A Dramatic Cantata Haubiel, Charles. Madonna: A Christmas Anthem Haubiel, Charles. Madonna: A Christmas Anthem Hartmann, Arthur. Eljen Ungarische Rhapsodie for Violine und Klavier Hartmann, Arthur. Eljen! Ungarische Rhapsodie Heilman, William C. April Green Helm, Everett. In Memoriam: William Kirby, Why Art Thou so Heavy Within Me? (original and copy) Henneman, Alexander. Melo-Harmonia: A Sight Reading and Ear Training Method Developing Oral Mastery of Melody and Harmony Henselt, Adolf. Twelve Characteristic Concert-Studies for the Piano, Op. 2 Hindemith, Paul. Meditation for Violine und Klavier Hopkins, Harry Patterson. Liebchen Hovaness, Alan Scott. String Quartet No. 1, Opus 8 Humiston, William Henry. A Southern Fantasie Huss, Henry Holden. Mankind's Own Song, words by Sidney Lanier Huss, Henry Holden. Mankind's Own Song, words by Sidney Lanier Johnston, E. Dwight. Her Beautiful Eyes, words by James Whitcomb Riley Johnston, E. Dwight. Green Fields and Running Brooks Kaun, Hugo. Miniature Suite (Vielliebchen): Eight Small Romantic Pieces for the Pianoforte Op. 3 Keefer, Charles H. Meeresleuchten Konzert-Etude for Klavier Keller, Walter. Prelude and Fugue (F Major) for Piano also Synchronously for Two Pianos or Piano and Organ (or Harmonium) Op. 10 Key, Francis Scott. The Star Spangled Banner National Anthem of The United States of America Klein, Manuel. The Lord is my Strength and Song Kohler, Louis. Little Studies Kountz, Richard. American Ode Kountz, Richard. American Ode Kuhlau, Fr. Sonatinen di Lasso, Orl. Drei humoristiscbe Lieder Lendvai, Erwin. Sonne und Liebe Lendvai, Erwin. Lied im Nebel Liszt, F. Symphonische Dichtungen for grolses Orchester Liszt, F. Preludien Loeffler, Ch. M. Psalm CXXXVII [By the Rivers of Babylon], for four-part chorus of women's voices, with accompaniment of organ, harp, two flutes, and violoncello obbligato Op. 3 Loomis, Harvey Worthington. My Ole Banjo, Part Song for Men's Voices Loomis, Harvey Worthington. Harlequin Loomis, Harvey Worthington. Hungarian Rhapsody Op. 53 No. 2 Loomis, Harvey Worthington. A Little Dutch Garden Loomis, Harvey Worthington. A Chinese Lullaby Loomis, Harvey Worthington & Arthur Edward Johnstone. America's Message: A Universal Anthem inspired by President Wilson's Memorable Address of April 2, 1917 Loomis, Harvey Worthington. Lyrics of the Red-Man Lyford, Ralph. Castle Agrazant: Grand Opera in Two Acts and Three Scenes

    Note: Contents in the Edgar Stillman Kelley Collection are listed into various boxes contained within the content item. There are 93 boxes contained in this collection.

    Content Item 2: Boxes 31-60

    Box 31: Non-ESK Music Compositions (Part VI)

    MacDowell, Edward. Benedick: A Sketch for the Scherzo from the second concerto for pianoforte MacFarlane, Will C. Open Our Eyes Maddison, A. Vier Lieder for eine Singstimme mit Klavierbegleitung Op. 21 Mason, Daniel Gregory. Sonata in G Minor for Piano and Violin Op. 5 Mason, Daniel Gregory. Sonata for Clarinet or Violin and Piano Op. 14 Mason, Daniel Gregory. Compositions for the Piano Mason, Daniel Gregory. Serenade for String Quartet Opus 31 Mason, Daniel Gregory. Serenade for String Quarter Opus 31 Mason, Daniel Gregory. Lendliche Bilder for Pianoforte zu 2 H nden Massenet, J. Esclarmonde Suite pour Orchestre Matthews, H. Alexander. Blessed be Thou, Lord God of Israel McCollin, Frances. Christmas Bells Mendelssohn. War March of the Priests from Athalia, Arranged for the organ by Samuel Jackson Mendelssohn's Elijah- Novellos Edition. Novellos Octavo Choruses Mendelssohn (Bartholdy), Felix. Ein Sommernachtstraum for Pianoforte zu vier Handen Mendelssohn-Bartholdy, Felix. Song without Words- Spring Song Miessner, W. Otto. Dryads Kisses Miessner, W. Otto. Sonata in E Minor Piano Solo Opus 10 Miessner, W. Otto. I Must go Back to the South Miessner, W. Otto. I am Music Miessner, W. Otto. Ode to Music Miessner, W. Otto. Let Us Make Music Morris, Harold. A Doll's Ballot Op. 1 No. 1 Moszkowski, Moritz. Style and Execution: 6 Brilliant Studies for the Pianoforte Nutter, Carl H. Sonic Suite Classic: Four Classic Songs Oesterle, Louis. Oesterle's Instructive Course of Piano Pieces Page, N. Clifford. Alice in Wonderland Page, N. Clifford. Four Songs Letter to Dr. and Mrs. Edgar Stillman Kelley from Cordelia Ayer Pauel with: Paine, Cordelia Ayer. Trade Winds: Sea Suite Paine, Cordelia Ayer. Come Paine, John Knowles. Oedipus Tyrannus of Sophocles Paine, John Knowles. Oedipus Tyrannus of Sophocles

    Box 32: Non-ESK Music Compositions (Part VII)

    Paine, John Knowles. Prelude to Oedipus Tyrannus of Sophocles Paine, John Knowles. Song of Promise Paine, John Knowles. Scenes from The Birds of Aristophanes Parker, Horatio W. Now Sinks the Sun Perlot, Herman. Six Salon Sketches, for the Pianoforte Phillipp, I. Exercises for Independence of the Fingers Ralston, F. Marion. Impressions at Wellesley: 2. Crimson and Gold Maples Ralston, F. Marion. Impressions at Wellesley: 3. Puck Ralston, F. Marion. Impressions at Wellesley: 4. Across the Lake Ralston, F. Marion. Impressions at Wellesley: 5. The Breeze Ralston, F. Marion. Orientales for the Piano: 1. Arabesque Ralston, F. Marion. Orientales for the Piano: 2. Valse Arabesque Ralston, F. Marion. Orientales for the Piano: 3. Serenade Ralston, F. Marion. Orientales for the Piano: 4. Intermezzo No. 1 Ralston, F. Marion. Orientales for the Piano: 5. Intermezzo No. 2 Ralston, F. Marion. Orientales for the Piano: 6. Night Song Ralston, F. Marion. Impressions at Wellesley: 1. On the Old Indian Trail Riker, Franklin. How Do I Love Thee Rubinstein, Anton. Serenade Rummel, Walter Morse. Six Vikingnes Nature-Studies for Piano Schubert, Franz. Hmoll- Symphonie Schubert, Franz. Kompositionen, Klavier zu 4 Handen Schubert, Franz. The Lord is My Shepherd (4 parts) Schumann. Symphony (Partial) Search, Frederick Preston. Sextet in F Minor for Strings Search, Frederick Preston. Sextet in F Minor for Strings (Parts) Shapleigh, Bertram. Funf Lieder Op. 41 Skilton, Charles Sanford. Music to the Electra of Sophocles Skilton, Charles Sanford. Suite Primeval on Tribal Indian Melodies for Grand Orchestra (In Two Parts) Smith, Hannah. Three Songs Spiering, Theodore. Der Schmied (The Blacksmith) Stanford, C. Villiers. Symphony (The Irish) in F Minor Op. 28 Stetson, Augusta E. Love's Lullaby

    Box 33: Non-ESK Music Compositions (Part VIII)

    Strauss, Richard. Till Eulenspiegels Lustige Streiche Strauss, Richard. Ein Alpensinfonie Surdo, Joseph. If Ye Break Faith (In Flanders Fields) Tschaikowsky, P. Symphonie No. 4 pour Orchestre Op. 36 Tschaikowsky, P. Symphonie V, Piano Four Hands Tschaikowsky, P. Symphonie VI, Piano Four Hands Tschaikowsky, P. Marche slave Op. 31 Tschaikowsky, P. Concerto Op. 23 Tuthill, Burnet C. Benedictie, Omnia Opera Wagenaar, Bernard. String Quartet No. III Wagenaar, Bernard. String Quartet No. III (Parts) Wagner, Richard. Der Ritt der Walkren Wagner, Richard. Verschiedene Werke No. 13, Huldigungsmarsch Wagner, Richard. Die Walkren for das Pianoforte Wagner, Richard. Selections Performed at the Wagner Festival Concerts Wagner, Richard. Transcriptions for Piano, Tannhuser Wagner, Richard. Perles Musicales, Sammlung, Kleiner Klavierstcke, 24. Polonaise Ward, Frank E. Quartet for Strings Op. 22 Ware, Harriet. A Song of the Sea Warlock, Peter. My Own Country, poem by Hilaire Belloc von Weber, C.M. Oberon (Piano) Weeber, T. Christian, Krauk, Friedrich. Lieberfammlung Fur Die Schule Whithorne, Emerson. Hototogisu, the Cuckoo, for the Pianoforte Op. 14 No. 1 Whithorne, Emerson. La Nuit Williams, David McK. The King's Highway Wood-hill, M. A Song for Courage Wood-hill, M. My Soul is Cast Down Wood-hill, M. My Soul is Cast Down Zech, Frederick. Sieben Charakferstcke for Pianoforte Zucca, Mana. Valse Brillante for the Pianoforte Op. 20

    Box 34: Non-ESK Music Compositions (Part IX) Miscellaneous

    No. 114, Educational Adaptations for the Pianoforte, National Dance and Folk Tunes First Russian Suite No. 216, Educational Adaptations for the Pianoforte, National Dance and Folk Tunes Second Russian Suite No. 217, Educational Adaptations for the Pianoforte, National Dance and Folk Tunes First French Suite (Bergerettes) No. 218, Educational Adaptations for the Pianoforte, National Dance and Folk Tunes First German Suite No. 219, Educational Adaptations for the Pianoforte, National Dance and Folk Tunes First Swedish Suite No. 333, Educational Adaptations for the Pianoforte, National Dance and Folk Tunes Netherland Suite No. 334, Educational Adaptations for the Pianoforte, National Dance and Folk Tunes On the Bridge of Avignon (France) No. 335, Educational Adaptations for the Pianoforte, National Dance and Folk Tunes On the Alma (Austrian-Tyrol) No. 335, Educational Adaptations for the Pianoforte, National Dance and Folk Tunes On the Alma (Austrian-Tyrol) No. 336, Educational Adaptations for the Pianoforte, Songs Wandering (Das Wandern) by Franz Schubert No. 337, Educational Adaptations for the Pianoforte, Songs Ah, Tis A Dream by Eduard Lassen No. 338, Educational Adaptations for the Pianoforte, National Dance and Folk Tunes Santa Lucia (Barcarolle), Italy No. 339, Educational Adaptations for the Pianoforte, Operas First Norma Suite by Vincenzo Bellini No. 341, Educational Adaptations for the Pianoforte, Operas First Rigoletto Suite from the opera by Giuseppe Verdi No. 342, Educational Adaptations for the Pianoforte, National Dance and Folk Tunes First Hungarian Suite No. 442, Educational Adaptations for the Pianoforte, Sacred Music Motet Adoramus Te by Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina No. 443, Educational Adaptations for the Pianoforte, National Dance and Folk Tunes Ruthenian Melodies (Russia) No. 444, Educational Adaptations for the Pianoforte, Sacred Music Church Melody by Alessandro Stradella No. 445, Educational Adaptations for the Pianoforte, Operas Mignon, Mignon's Story by Ambroise Thomas No. 446, Educational Adaptations for the Pianoforte, Songs Little Hedge Rose (Heidenrslein) by Franz Schubert No. 447, Educational Adaptations for the Pianoforte, Songs Song of the Bride, Dearest Beloved by Robert Schumann No. 448, Educational Adaptations for the Pianoforte, Songs Thine Eyes so Blue and Tender by Eduard Lassen No. 449, Educational Adaptations for the Pianoforte, National Dance and Folk Tunes First Irish Suite No. 532, Educational Adaptations for the Pianoforte, Orchestral Music Symphony No. 2, in G Minor by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart No. 534, Educational Adaptations for the Pianoforte, Operas Ada, Heavenly Ada- Celeste Ada by Giuseppe Verdi No. 535, Educational Adaptations for the Pianoforte, Songs Cradle Song (Wiegenlied) by Johannes Brahms No. 536, Educational Adaptations for the Pianoforte, Songs Florian's Song by Benjamin Godard No. 537, Educational Adaptations for the Pianoforte, Sacred Music The Messiah, But Who May Abide the Day (Air For Bass) by Georg Fredrich Handel Ten Songs for Ten Cents Piano Accompaniments Recent Successful Piano Pieces (on back of unidentified sheet music page) An Open Song to Chiquita Banana, The Wall Street Journal, Tuesday, January 27, 1970 Primo (miscellaneous pages) Primo (Single Russian page) Miscellaneous Bound Music Compositions Edition Peters Ausgewhlte Musik (Advertisement) Notecard with O Hidden Life Music by C. E. Fouser Note from Stillman to Rod with: Handel Choral Music, Hallelujah, Amen (From Judas Maccabaeus) by Georg Friedrich Handel Anthems for Special Occasions, How Lovely is Thy Dwelling-Place by Brahms Romance, Since first I met thee by Anton Rubinstein Items from Mabel Besthoff: Letter to Mrs. Edgar Stillman Kelley from Mabel Besthoff, May 22, 1944 Invitation to the Annual Spring Concert by the students of Mabel Besthoff at the Brookfield Consolidated School, Brookfield, Conn., May 15th [Year Unknown] Besthoff, Mabel. O Lord, Without Thee A Scot Joyl, May 17th, 1890, 1940 A Guide to Symphonic Music by W. Otto Miessner with Miessner Music Guide G. Schirmer's Galaxy of Orchestra Music (Single-Page)

    Box 35: Non-ESK Music Compositions (Part X) Moorish Dances Scores

    Unbound notes on John K. Paine's Moorish Dances from Opera Azara Instrument Parts for Moorish Dances from the Opera Azara by John K. Paine o Violino I (8 parts) o Violino II (7 parts) o Viola I (5 parts) o Violoncello (5 parts) o Contrabasso (4 parts) o Flauto I (1 part) o Flauto II (1 part) o Flauto III (1 part) o Oboe I (1 part) o Oboe II (1 part) o English-Horn (1 part) o Clarinetto I (1 part) o Clarinetto II (1 part) o Bass-Clarinetto (1 part) o Fagotto I (1 part) o Fagotto II (1 part) o Fagotto III (1 part) o Corno I (1 part) o Corno II (1 part) o Corno III (1 part) o Corno IV (1 part) o Tromba I (1 part) o Tromba II (1 part) o Trombone I (1 part) o Trombone II (1 part) o Trombone III (1 part) o Tuba (1 part) o Arpa (1 part) o Tympani (1 part) o Cymbales (1 part) o Tambourine (1 part) o Triangle (1 part) o Cover Page

    Box 36: Non-ESK Music Compositions (Part XI) Oedipus/Symphonie Scores

    Instrument Parts for Oedipus by John K. Paine o Violino I (1 part) o Violino II (2 parts)

    Instrument Parts for Prelude to Oedipus Tyrannus by John K. Paine o Violoncello (1 part) o Basso (4 parts) o Flauto 1 (1 part) o Flauto 2 (1 part) o Oboe 1 (1 part) o Oboe 2 (1 part) o Clarinetto 2 (1 part) o Fagotto 1 (1 part) o Fagotto 2 (1 part) o Corno 1 (1 part) o Corno 2 (1 part) o Corno 3 (1 part) o Corno 4 (1 part) o Tromba 1 (1 part) o Tromba 2 (1 part) o Trombone 1 (1 part) o Trombone 2 (1 part) o Trombone-Basso (1 part) o Timpani (1 part)

    Instrument Parts for Symphonie No. 1 by John K. Paine o Violine I (1 part) o Violine II (1 part) o Viola (1 part) o Violincell (1 part) o Flute I (3 parts) o Flute II (2 parts) o Oboe I (3 parts) o Oboe II (3 parts) o Klarinette I (3 parts) o Klarinette II (3 parts) o Fagott I (3 parts) o Fagott II (3 parts) o Horn I (3 parts) o Horn II (3 parts) o Horn III (3 parts) o Horn IV (3 parts) o Trompete I (3 parts) o Trompete II (3 parts) o Tenor Posaune I (3 parts) o Tenor Posaune II (3 parts) o Ba-Posaune (3 parts) o Pauken (3 parts)

    Box 37: Non-ESK Music Compositions & Books (Part XII) Paine Scores/Miscellaneous

    Tympani Part for Duo Concertante for Violin & Violoncello, by J. K. Paine, Op. 33 Cello I Part for Tempest by John K. Paine, Op. 31 Piano Score for Mass in D for Chorus, Orchestra and Organ, by John K. Paine, Op. 10 Piano Score for Mass in D for Chorus, Orchestra and Organ, by John K. Paine, Op. 10 Piano Score for Mass in D for Chorus, Orchestra and Organ, by John K. Paine, Op. 10

    Music Composition/Books:

    o Schumann, Op. 41 No. 1 Quartett A-moll. o Schumann, Op. 41 No. 1 Quartett A-dur. o Robert Schumann, Op. 41 No. 2, Quartett for 2 Violinen, Viola und Violeoncell o The Manufacture of Pianoforte Action: Its Rise and Development o Johannes Brahms. Op. 68, Symphonie #1, C moll M.4; Op. 73, Symphonie #2, D dur M.4; Op. 90, Symphonie #4, E moll- M.4; Anton Dvorak, Op. 95, Symphonie No. 5, E moll M. 4 o Symphonie No. 94; Glasunow Op. 48; Symphonie No. 4 o The MacDowell Society of Cincinnati, 1943-1944 Booklet o Boston Symphony Orchestra Sixty-Fifth Season, 1945-1946 Booklet o Journal of Bible and Religion, Volume 6, Fall 1938, Part 4 o Quarterly Bulletin, National Society Sons of the American Revolution, Volume XXVII April 1933 Number 4 o Rienzi: The Last of the Tribunes, Grand Tragic Opera, by Richard Wagner o Festival of Music, The Oratorio Society of New York, 1920 o "The Little Old Women" Piano score, cover of the Musical Leader with Mrs. Edgar Stillman Kelley, July 14,1934, Photograph of Mr and Mrs. Edgar Stillman Kelley

    Box 38: Non-ESK Books

    Rip Van Winkle by Percy MacKaye (signed by Percy MacKaye to Edgar Stillman Kelley, March 1920) Rand McNally Pocket Maps: New York, 1930 Census The Oxford Criterion Fall Issue, 1933 The Oxford Criterion Spring, 1934 (Two copies and a third copy of the section about Pilgrim’s Progress) The Oxford Criterion Mid-Winter Issue, 1934 The Oxford Criterion Spring, 1935 La Rehabilitation de Edgar Poe et ses plus beaux poemes en vers francais, Paris: 1933 The Cause of Anti-Jewism In the United States Booklet Pierre Keys Music Year Book 1925-26 The Annual Music Annual, 1925

    Miscellaneous Regalia:

    May 1925 Festival Baton, Edgar S. Kelley from E.S.K. Club ESK Baton, 1898

    Note: Contents in the Edgar Stillman Kelley Collection are listed into various boxes contained within the content item. There are 103 boxes contained in this collection.

    Content Item 3: Boxes 39-71

    Box 39-#1a- Aladdin, A Chinese Suite Op. 10 Complete set of orchestral parts

    Folder 1:

    Violin 1 (10 parts)

    Folder 2: Violin 2 (9 parts)

    Folder 3: Viola (3 parts)

    Folder 4: Bass (4 parts)

    Folder 5: Cello (5 parts)

    Folder 6: Harp (2 parts)

    Folder 7: Mandolin (2 parts)

    Folder 8: Bassoon 1 (1 part)

    Folder 9: Bassoon 2 (1 part)

    Folder 10: Oboe 1 (1 part)

    Folder 11: Oboe 2 (1 part)

    Folder 12: Flute 1 (1 part)

    Folder 13: Flute 2 (1 part)

    Folder 14: Piccolo (1 part)

    Folder 15: Clarinet 1 (1 part)

    Folder 16: Clarinet 2 (1 part)

    Folder 17: Bass Clarinet (1 part)

    Folder 18: Horn 1 (1 part)

    Folder 19: Horn 2 (1 part)

    Folder 20: Horn 3 (1 part)

    Folder 21: Horn 4 (1 part)

    Folder 22: Trumpet 1 (1 part)

    Folder 23: Trumpet 2 (1 part)

    Folder 24: English Horn (1 part)

    Folder 25: Trombone 1 (1 part)

    Folder 26: Trombone 2 (1 part)

    Folder 27: Trombone 3 (1 part)

    Folder 28: Tuba (1 part)

    Folder 29: Timpani (1 part)

    Folder 30: Auxiliary Percussion 1 (3 parts)

    Folder 31: Auxiliary Percussion 2 (3 parts)

    Box 40-#1b- Aladdin, A Chinese Suite Op. 10 Complete set of orchestral parts, appears to be unused

    Folder 1: Violin 1 (6 parts)

    Folder 2: Violin 2 (5 parts)

    Folder 3: Viola (4 parts)

    Folder 4: Bass (3 parts)

    Folder 5: Cello (3 parts)

    Folder 6: Harp (1 part)

    Folder 7: Mandolin (1 part)

    Folder 8: Bassoon 1 (1 part)

    Folder 9: Bassoon 2 (1 part)

    Folder 10: Oboe 1 (1 part)

    Folder 11: Oboe 2 (1 part)

    Folder 12: Flute 1 (1 part)

    Folder 13: Flute 2 (1 part)

    Folder 14: Piccolo (1 part)

    Folder 15: Clarinet 1 (1 part)

    Folder 16: Clarinet 2 (1 part)

    Folder 17: Bass Clarinet (1 part)

    Folder 18: Horn 1 (1 part)

    Folder 19: Horn 2 (1 part)

    Folder 20: Horn 3 (1 part)

    Folder 21: Horn 4 (1 part)

    Folder 22: Trumpet 1 (1 part)

    Folder 23: Trumpet 2 (1 part)

    Folder 24: English Horn (1 part)

    Folder 25: Trombone 1 (1 part)

    Folder 26: Trombone 2 (1 part)

    Folder 27: Trombone 3 (1 part)

    Folder 28: Tuba (1 part)

    Folder 29: Timpani (1 part)

    Folder 30: Auxiliary Percussion 1 (3 parts)

    Folder 31: Auxiliary Percussion 2 (3 parts)

    Box 41: #1c- Aladdin, A Chinese Suite Op. 10 Complete set of orchestral parts

    Folder 1: Violin 1 (8 parts)

    Folder 2: Violin 2 (8 parts)

    Folder 3: Viola (3 parts)

    Folder 4: Bass (4 parts)

    Folder 5: Cello (5 parts)

    Folder 6: Harp (1 part)

    Folder 7: Mandolin (1 part)

    Folder 8: Bassoon 1 (1 part)

    Folder 9: Bassoon 2 (1 part)

    Folder 10: Oboe 1 (1 part)

    Folder 11: Oboe 2 (1 part)

    Folder 12: Flute 1 (1 part)

    Folder 13: Flute 2 (1 part)

    Folder 14: Piccolo (1 part)

    Folder 15: Clarinet 1 (1 part)

    Folder 16: Clarinet 2 (1 part)

    Folder 17: Bass Clarinet (1 part)

    Folder 18: Horn 1 (1 part)

    Folder 19: Horn 2 (1 part)

    Folder 20: Horn 3 (1 part)

    Folder 21: Horn 4 (1 part)

    Folder 22: Trumpet 1 (1 part)

    Folder 23: Trumpet 2 (1 part)

    Folder 24: English Horn (1 part)

    Folder 25: Trombone 1 (1 part)

    Folder 26: Trombone 2 (1 part)

    Folder 27: Trombone 3 (1 part)

    Folder 28: Tuba (1 part)

    Folder 29: Timpani (1 part)

    Folder 30: Auxiliary Percussion 1 (3 parts)

    Folder 31: Auxiliary Percussion 2 (3 parts)

    Box 42: #1d- Aladdin, A Chinese Suite Op. 10 Complete set of orchestral parts

    Folder 1: Violin 1 (8 parts)

    Folder 2: Violin 2 (9 parts)

    Folder 3: Viola (6 parts)

    Folder 4: Bass (4 parts)

    Folder 5: Cello (6 parts)

    Folder 6: Harp (1 part)

    Folder 7: Mandolin (1 part)

    Folder 8: Bassoon 1 (1 part)

    Folder 9: Bassoon 2 (1 part)

    Folder 10: Oboe 1 (1 part)

    Folder 11: Oboe 2 (1 part)

    Folder 12: Flute 1 (1 part)

    Folder 13: Flute 2 (1 part)

    Folder 14: Piccolo (1 part)

    Folder 15: Clarinet 1 (1 part)

    Folder 16: Clarinet 2 (1 part)

    Folder 17: Bass Clarinet (1 part)

    Folder 18: Horn 1 (1 part)

    Folder 19: Horn 2 (1 part)

    Folder 20: Horn 3 (1 part)

    Folder 21: Horn 4 (1 part)

    Folder 22: Trumpet 1 (1 part)

    Folder 23: Trumpet 2 (1 part)

    Folder 24: English Horn (1 part)

    Folder 25: Trombone 1 (1 part)

    Folder 26: Trombone 2 (1 part)

    Folder 27: Trombone 3 (1 part)

    Folder 28: Tuba (1 part)

    Folder 29: Timpani (1 part)

    Folder 30: Auxiliary Percussion 1 (3 parts)

    Folder 31: Auxiliary Percussion 2 (3 parts)

    Box 43: #1e- Aladdin, A Chinese Suite Op. 10 Complete set of orchestral parts

    Folder 1: Violin 1 (3 parts)

    Folder 2: Violin 2 (6 parts)

    Folder 3: Viola (3 parts)

    Folder 4: Bass (3 parts)

    Folder 5: Cello (2 parts)

    Folder 6: Harp (2 parts)

    Folder 7: Mandolin (2 parts)

    Folder 8: Bassoon 1 (1 part)

    Folder 9: Bassoon 2 (1 part)

    Folder 10: Oboe 1 (1 part)

    Folder 11: Oboe 2 (1 part)

    Folder 12: Flute 1 (1 part)

    Folder 13: Flute 2 (1 part)

    Folder 14: Piccolo (1 part)

    Folder 15: Clarinet 1 (1 part)

    Folder 16: Clarinet 2 (1 part)

    Folder 17: Bass Clarinet (1 part)

    Folder 18: Horn 1 (1 part)

    Folder 19: Horn 2 (1 part)

    Folder 20: Horn 3 (1 part)

    Folder 21: Horn 4 (1 part)

    Folder 22: Trumpet 1 (1 part)

    Folder 23: Trumpet 2 (2 parts)

    Folder 24: English Horn (1 part)

    Folder 25: Trombone 1 (1 part)

    Folder 26: Trombone 2 (1 part)

    Folder 27: Trombone 3 (1 part)

    Folder 28: Tuba (1 part)

    Folder 29: Timpani (1 part)

    Folder 30: Auxiliary Percussion 1 (3 parts)

    Folder 31: Auxiliary Percussion 2 (3 parts)

    Box 44: #2a- Aladdin, A Chinese Suite Op. 10 printed + MS parts

    Folder 1: Violin 1 (21 parts)

    Folder 2: Violin 2 (3 parts)

    Folder 3: Viola (23 parts)

    Folder 4: Bass (16 parts)

    Folder 5: Cello (15 parts)

    Box 45: #2a- Aladdin, A Chinese Suite Op. 10 printed + MS parts (Continued)

    Folder 1: Harp (2 parts)

    Folder 2: Mandolin (6 parts)

    Folder 3: Bassoon 1 (4 parts)

    Folder 4: Bassoon 2 (4 parts)

    Folder 5: Oboe 1 (5 parts)

    Folder 6: Oboe 2 (2 parts)

    Folder 7: Flute 1 (5 parts)

    Folder 8: Flute 2 (4 parts)

    Folder 9: Piccolo (4 parts)

    Folder 10: Clarinet 1 (4 parts)

    Folder 11: Clarinet 2 (3 parts)

    Folder 12: Bass Clarinet (6 parts)

    Folder 13: Horn 1 (5 parts)

    Folder 14: Horn 2 (5 parts)

    Folder 15: Horn 3 (4 parts)

    Folder 16: Horn 4 (1 part)

    Folder 17: Trumpet 1 (3 parts)

    Folder 18: Trumpet 2 (2 parts)

    Folder 19: English Horn (5 parts)

    Folder 20: Trombone 1 (4 parts)

    Folder 21: Trombone 2 (3 parts)

    Folder 22: Trombone 3 (5 parts)

    Folder 23: Tuba (7 parts)

    Folder 24: Timpani (7 parts)

    Folder 25: Auxiliary Percussion 1 (2 parts)

    Folder 26: Auxiliary Percussion 2 (4 parts)

    Box 46: #2b- Aladdin, A Chinese Suite Op. 10 full orchestra printed scores and MS

    Folder 1:

    Manuscript for Movement 1

    Folder 2:

    Manuscript for Movement 2

    Folder 3:

    Manuscript for Movement 3

    Folder 4:

    Manuscript for Movement 4

    Folder 5:

    Manuscript of Sketches/Notes

    Folder 6:

    Sketches/Notes (and an article from the San Francisco Chronicle by Harvey Wickham about the final product)

    Folder 7:

    Full Printed Score

    Folder 8:

    Full Printed Score

    Folder 9:

    Full Printed Score

    Folder 10:

    Aladdin Corrections Corrections for Aladdin Note apologizing for the treatment of the “glib-drib” style (possibly in Aladdin?)

    Folder 11:

    Manuscript Society of New York, Third Public Meeting program, February 13, 1896

    Box 47: #3- Alice in Wonderland printed parts

    Folder 1: Four Two-Part Choruses from the Suit Alice in Wonderland

    1. Alice on Her Way 2. The White Rabbit (two copies) 3. In Wonderland 4. The Banquet of the Red Queen (three copies) Chorus Parts Complete (The four without accompaniment) (two copies)

    Folder 2:

    Violin 1 (strings with MS inserts) (5 parts)

    Folder 3:

    Violin 1 (Stamped Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra) (4 parts)

    Folder 4:

    Violin 1 (24 parts)

    Folder 5:

    Violin 2 (strings with MS inserts) (4 parts)

    Folder 6:

    Violin 2 (Stamped Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra) (3 parts)

    Folder 7:

    Violin 2 (22 parts)

    Folder 8:

    Viola (strings with MS inserts) (3 parts)

    Folder 9:

    Viola (Stamped Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra) (1 part)

    Box 48: #3- Alice in Wonderland printed parts

    Folder 1:

    Viola (27 parts)

    Folder 2:

    Bass (corrections in pencil) (4 parts)

    Folder 3:

    Bass (19 parts)

    Folder 4:

    Cello (corrections in pencil) (6 parts)

    Folder 5:

    Cello (13 parts)

    Folder 6:

    Harp (Stamped Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra) (1 part)

    Folder 7:

    (8 parts)

    Folder 8:

    Bassoon 1 (corrections in pencil) (1 part)

    Folder 9:

    Bassoon 1 (8 parts)

    Folder 10:

    Bassoon 2 (corrections in pencil) (1 part)

    Folder 11:

    Bassoon 2 (8 parts)

    Folder 12:

    Contra Bassoon (corrections in pencil) (1 part)

    Folder 13:

    Contra Bassoon (7 parts)

    Folder 14:

    Oboe 1 (corrections in pencil) (1 part)

    Folder 15:

    Oboe 1 (8 parts)

    Folder 16:

    Oboe 2 (corrections in pencil) (1 part)

    Folder 17:

    Oboe 2 (8 parts)

    Folder 18:

    Flute 1 (corrections in pencil) (1 part)

    Folder 19:

    Flute 1 (8 parts)

    Folder 20:

    Flute 2 (corrections in pencil) (1 part)

    Folder 21:

    Flute 2 (8 parts)

    Folder 22:

    Flute 3 (corrections in pencil) (1 part)

    Folder 23:

    Flute 3 (8 parts)

    Box 49: #3- Alice in Wonderland printed parts

    Folder 1: Clarinet 1 (corrections in pencil) (1 part)

    Folder 2: Clarinet 1 (8 parts)

    Folder 3: Clarinet 2 (corrections in pencil) (1 part)

    Folder 4: Clarinet 2 (8 parts)

    Folder 5: Bass Clarinet (corrections in pencil) (1 part)

    Folder 6: Bass Clarinet (8 parts)

    Folder 7: English Horn (corrections in pencil) (1 part)

    Folder 8: English Horn (8 parts)

    Folder 9: Horn 1 (corrections in pencil) (1 part)

    Folder 10: Horn 1 (8 parts)

    Folder 11: Horn 2 (corrections in pencil) (1 part)

    Folder 12: Horn 2 (8 parts)

    Folder 13: Horn 3 (corrections in pencil) (1 part)

    Folder 14: Horn 3 (7 parts)

    Folder 15: Horn 4 (corrections in pencil) (1 part)

    Folder 16: Horn 4 (8 parts)

    Folder 17: Trumpet 1 (corrections in pencil) (1 part)

    Folder 18: Trumpet 1 (8 parts)

    Folder 19: Trumpet 2 (corrections in pencil) (1 part)

    Folder 20: Trumpet 2 (8 parts)

    Folder 21: Trumpet 3 (corrections in pencil) (1 part)

    Folder 22: Trumpet 3 (8 parts)

    Folder 23: Trombone 1 (corrections in pencil) (1 part)

    Folder 24: Trombone 1 (8 parts)

    Folder 25: Trombone 2 (corrections in pencil) (1 part)

    Folder 26: Trombone 2 (8 parts)

    Folder 27: Trombone Bass (corrections in pencil) (1 part)

    Folder 28: Trombone Bass (8 parts)

    Folder 29: Tuba (corrections in pencil) (1 part)

    Folder 30: Tuba (8 parts)

    Folder 31: Tympani (corrections in pencil) (1 part)

    Folder 32: Tympani (8 parts)

    Folder 33: Percussion (corrections in pencil) (2 parts)

    Folder 34: Percussion (penciled Bass Drum) (6 parts)

    Folder 35: Percussion (10 parts)

    Folder 36: Celesta (corrections in pencil) (1 part)

    Folder 37: Celesta (8 parts)

    Box 50: #3- Alice in Wonderland printed parts

    Folder 1: Alice in Wonderland Notes 1

    Folder 2: Alice in Wonderland Notes 2

    Folder 3: Alice in Wonderland Notes 3

    Folder 4: Alice in Wonderland Notes 4

    Folder 5: Alice in Wonderland Notes 5

    Folder 6: Alice in Wonderland Full Score

    Folder 7: Alice in Wonderland Piano Solo

    Folder 8: Alice in Wonderland Piano Solo

    Folder 9: Alice in Wonderland Piano Solo

    Folder 10: Alice in Wonderland Piano Solo

    Folder 11: Alice in Wonderland Piano Solo

    Folder 12: Alice in Wonderland Piano Solo

    Folder 13: Alice in Wonderland Piano Solo

    Folder 14: Alice in Wonderland Piano Solo (includes a sheet of notes)

    Folder 15: Errata (correction sheet), Alice in Wonderland, piano solo arrangement

    Folder 16: Primo (Piano solo) (Probably Alice- 4 Hands)

    Folder 17: Alice in Wonderland, a serie [sic] of pantomime pictures for Grand Orchestra by Edgar Stillman-Kelley. [Cincinnati]: The Stillman Kelley Publishing Society, c1922.

    Folder 18:

    “A Christmas Gift to a Dear Child”, Alice in Wonderland: The Manuscript and its story by R.W.G. Vail, 1928

    Box 51: Ben Hur Op. 17

    Folder 1: Violin 1 parts for Ben Hur Op. 17 MS Finale, concert ending, 1 page only, Est 150 single copies

    Folder 2: Violin 2 parts for Ben Hur Op. 17 MS Finale, concert ending, 1 page only, Est 150 single copies

    Folder 3: Viola parts for Ben Hur Op. 17 MS Finale, concert ending, 1 page only, Est 150 single copies

    Folder 4: Cello parts for Ben Hur Op. 17 MS Finale, concert ending, 1 page only, Est 150 single copies

    Folder 5: Bass parts for Ben Hur Op. 17 MS Finale, concert ending, 1 page only, Est 150 single copies

    Folder 6: The Prophecy Violin 1 (9 parts)

    Folder 7: The Prophecy Violin 2 (12 parts)

    Folder 8: The Prophecy Viola (7 parts)

    Box 52: Ben Hur Op. 17

    Folder 1:

    The Prophecy (+ Mt Olivet) Bass (7 parts)

    Folder 1:

    The Prophecy Various Orchestral Parts (not complete)

    Folder 2:

    The Prophecy Cello (8 parts)

    Folder 2: Mt Olivet Viola part

    Folder 3:

    The Prophecy Harp (2 parts)

    Folder 3:

    Intro to Act VI manuscript parts

    Folder 4:

    The Prophecy Bassoon I (2 parts)

    Folder 4:

    Finale manuscript Horn I & Horn II

    Folder 5:

    The Prophecy (+ Mt Olivet) Oboe I (5 parts)

    Folder 5:

    Mt Olivet various MS orchestral parts

    Folder 7:

    The Prophecy Oboe II & English Horn (1 part)

    Folder 8:

    The Prophecy Flute I (1 part)

    Folder 9:

    The Prophecy Clarinet I (3 parts)

    Folder 11:

    The Prophecy Clarinet II (2 parts)

    Folder 12:

    The Prophecy Bass Clarinet (1 part)

    Folder 13:

    The Prophecy Horns I & II (1 part)

    Folder 14:

    The Prophecy Horns III & IV (1 part)

    Folder 15:

    The Prophecy (+ Mt Olivet) Trumpets (6 parts)

    Folder 16:

    The Prophecy Trombone I (2 parts)

    Folder 17:

    The Prophecy Trombone II (1 part)

    Folder 18:

    The Prophecy Trombone III (1 part)

    Folder 19:

    The Prophecy Tympani (1 part)

    Box 53: Ben Hur Op. 17 Full Orchestral Score for Drama

    Folder 1:

    The Prophecy Various Orchestral Parts (not complete) (Moved to Box 52)

    Folder 3:

    Intro to Act VI manuscript parts (Moved to Box 52)

    Folder 4:

    Finale manuscript Horn I & Horn II (Moved to Box 52)

    Folder 5:

    Mt Olivet various MS orchestral parts (Moved to Folder 52)

    Folder 6:

    MS sketches for Act IV & Prelude to Act I

    Folder 7:

    Full Orchestral Score- MS for Act I (including Prelude) & Act II

    Folder 8:

    MS sketches for new ending, full orchestral score, vocal score

    Folder 9:

    Full Orchestral Score, MS

    Folder 10:

    Full Orchestral Score, Act IV

    Folder 11:

    Clips for alterations in parts, etc.

    Folder 12:

    Full Orchestral Score, Act III (pages 11-16 missing)

    Folder 13:

    Song of Iras (1 page printed piano part, full orchestral score, various orchestral parts)

    Box 54: Ben Hur Op. 17 (Miscellaneous)

    Folder 1: Letters and notes concerning ESK’s time at Yale

    Letter to Mr. Sanford offering ESK the position of “Acting Professor of the Theory of Music in Yale University” Letter from Anson Phelps Stokes, Jr., Secretary for Yale, to ESK thanking him for being an acting professor Notes from ESK’s time at Yale The Yale Public Lectures, “The Influence of Race and Religion on Modern Music” Flier

    Folder 2: Clips- Ben Hur

    Short clips of sheet music Two pages of handwritten notes

    Folder 3: Sketches

    Int. to Act VI Scene I copy (or layout) (Handwritten) Handwritten score

    Folder 4:

    MS sketch of full orchestral score, Melodrama, Act IV

    Folder 5:

    MS full orchestral score, New Iras in D #2

    Folder 6:

    MS sketches, Prelude- the Approach of the Magi, The Star in the East, & the Prophecy full orchestral score

    Folder 7:

    Words and Music of Klaw & Erlanger's Production of Gen. Lew Wallace's Ben Hur, composed by Edgar Stillman Kelley, Acting Professor of Musical Theory, Yale University

    Folder 8:

    Ben Hur, Sacred Choruses from the Music to the Drama, Opus 33 (One dedicated to Dr. and Mrs. Boyd with other writing and a signature)

    Folder 9:

    Sacred Choruses from Ben Hur, vocal and piano parts

    Folder 10:

    Ben Hur, Sacred Choruses from the Music to the Drama by ESK Opus 33

    Folder 11:

    Ben Hur, Sacred Choruses from the Music to the Drama by ESK Opus 33

    Folder 12:

    Sacred Choruses from Ben Hur , vocal and piano parts

    Folder 2:

    Mt Olivet Viola part (moved to box 52)

    Folder 3:

    MS full orchestral score, Prelude to Act V

    Folder 6:

    MS full orchestral score, Prelude to Act VI

    Folder 7:

    MS full orchestral score, Prelude to Act IV

    Folder 8:

    MS full orchestral score, Act III

    Folder 9:

    MS orchestral parts, Preambulum: The Sorrows of Ben Hur (evidently an overture preceding the Prelude)

    Folder 10:

    Various Orchestral Parts, MS, Act IV & Prelude to Act I (Moved to Box 52)

    Box 55: Confluentia Op. 2 No. 2 & Prelude to Corianton

    Manuscript of Confluentia Op. 2 No. 2 Confluentia Violin I Part Confluentia Violin II Part Confluentia Viola Part Confluentia Violoncello Part Confluentia Double-Bass Part Confluentia Score Cover of Confluentia (For Piano) Notes and Sketches of Corianton Corianton Violino 1a Parts Corianton Violino 1b Parts Corianton Violino 2 Parts Corianton Viola Parts Corianton Cello Parts Corianton Basso Parts Corianton Harp Parts Corianton Fagotto 1 [Bassoon 1] Parts Corianton Fagotto 2 [Bassoon 2] Parts Corianton Oboe 1 Parts

    Box 56: Prelude to Corianton

    Corianton Oboe 2 Parts Corianton Flauto 1 [Flute 1] Parts Corianton Flauto 2 [Flute 2] (Piccolo) Parts Corianton Clarinetto 1 Parts Corianton Clarinetto 2 Parts Corianton Corni 1 & 2 [Horn 1 & 2] Parts Corianton Tromba 1 [Trumpet 1] Parts Corianton Tromba 2 [Trumpet 2] Parts Corianton Trombone 1 Parts Corianton Trombone 2 Parts Corianton Trombone 3 Parts Corianton Tuba Parts Corianton Timpani Parts Corianton Drums, etc. Parts Corianton Miscellaneous/Various Parts

    Box 57: Gulliver: His Voyage to Lilliput

    Bound & Printed Score of Gulliver: His Voyage to Lilliput, Symphony in Four Movements (17 copies)

    Box 58: Gulliver Symphony Third Movement Sketches

    Gulliver: His Voyage to Lilliput, Grandpas Tune, Israefel, Julius Caesar & Jury of Fate Manuscript sketches of full orchestral score Gulliver... Manuscript sketches of Satz II & Satz III (Gulliver...) Manuscript of Gullivers Voyage to Lilliput Second & Third Movements Manuscript Parts of Third Movement, Gulliver Symphony Manuscript of Grandpas Tune Israfel: o G. Schirmer, Inc. copy of Israfel, for Four-part Chorus of Womens Voices with Harp and Piano (with photocopies of miscellaneous pages) o Manuscript of Israfel, Poem by Edgar Allan Poe Music Setting by ESK, Op. 8 No. 2 o Manuscript of Israfel Op. 8 No. 2 o Manuscript of Three Poems by Edgar A. Poe with Musical Settings o Manuscript of Israfel o 2 pages of Israfel Sketches Israfel: Donations from Rod Nimtz (choruses, two copies) Israfel: Donations from Rod Nimtz (Song for a High (or Medium) Voice with Piano Accompaniment 6 copies) Manuscript of Julius Caesar Manuscripts of Jury of Fate

    Box 59: Macbeth Op. 27

    Bound Macbeth MS parts: o Violin 1 (5 copies) o Violin 2 (4 copies) o Viola (3 copies) o Cello (3 copies) o Bass (3 copies) o Harp (1 copy) o Bassoon 1 (1 copy) o Bassoon 2 (1 copy) o Oboe 1 (1 copy) o Oboe 2 & English Horn (1 copy) o Flute 1 (1 copy) o Flute 2 (1 copy) o Flute 3 & Kl. Flute (1 copy)

    Box 60: Macbeth Op. 27

    Bound Macbeth MS parts (Cont’d): o Clarinet 1 (1 copy) o Clarinet 2 & Bass Clarinet (1 copy) o Horn 1 (1 copy) o Horn 2 (1 copy) o Horn 3 (1 copy) o Horn 4 (1 copy) o Trumpet 1 (1 copy) o Trumpet 2 (1 copy) o Trumpet 3 (1 copy) o Trumpet 4 (1 copy) o Trombone 1 (1 copy) o Trombone 2 (1 copy) o Trombone 3 (1 copy) o Tuba (1 copy)

    Bound Macbeth Overture MS parts: o Violin 1 (6 parts) o Violin 2 (5 parts) o Viola (4 parts) o Cello (3 parts) o Bass (3 parts) o Flute 1 (1 part) o Flute 2 (1 part) o Flute 3 & Piccolo (1 part) o Oboe 1 (1 part) o Oboe 2 (1 part) o English Horn (1 part) o Clarinet 1 (2 parts) o Bass Clarinet (1 part) o Bassoon 1 (1 part) o Bassoon 2 (1 part) o Bassoon 3 (1 part) o Horn 1 (1 part) o Horn 2 (1 part) o Horn 3 (1 part) o Horn 4 (1 part) o Trumpet 1 (1 part) o Trumpet 2 (1 part) o Trumpet 3 (1 part) o Trombone 1 (1 part) o Trombone 2 (1 part) o Trombone 3 (1 part) o Tuba (1 part) o Pauken (1 part) o Becken & Triangle (1 part) o Harp (1 part)

    Note: Contents in the Edgar Stillman Kelley Collection are listed into various boxes contained within the content item. There are 93 boxes contained in this collection.

    Content Item 3: Boxes 61-78

    Box 61: Macbeth Op. 27

    Un-Bound Macbeth Overture MS parts:

    Folder 1: Violin 1 (3 parts) Folder 2: Violin 2 (2 parts) Folder 3: Viola (1 part) Folder 4: Cello (1 part) Folder 5: Bass (1 part) Folder 6: Flute 1 (1 part) Folder 7: Flute 2 (1 part) Folder 8: Flute 3 & Piccolo (1 part) Folder 9: Oboe 1 (1 part) Folder 10: Oboe 2 & English Horn (1 part) Folder 11: Clarinet 1 (1 part) Folder 12: Clarinet 2 & Bass Clarinet (1 part) Folder 13: Bassoon 1 (1 part) Folder 14: Bassoon 2 (1 part) Folder 15: Horn 1 (1 part) Folder 16: Horn 2 (1 part) Folder 17: Horn 3 (1 part) Folder 18: Horn 4 (1 part) Folder 19: Trumpet 1 (1 part) Folder 20: Trumpet 2 (1 part) Folder 21: Trumpet 3 (1 part) Folder 22: Trumpet 4 (1 part) Folder 23: Trombone 1 (1 part) Folder 24: Trombone 2 (1 part) Folder 25: Trombone 3 (1 part) Folder 26: Tuba (1 part) Folder 27: Pauken (1 part) Folder 28: Kleine Trommel (1 part) Folder 29: Becken & Triangle (1 part) Folder 30: Harp (1 part)

    Macbeth Duplicate MS parts:

    Folder 31: Violin 1 (3 parts) Folder 32: Violin 2 (3 parts) Folder 33: Viola (2 parts) Folder 34: Cello (2 parts) Folder 35: Bass (2 parts)

    Box 62: Macbeth Op. 27

    Full MS Orchestral Score, Act V Bound Score of Musik zu Macbeth Overture Bound Score of Musik zu Macbeth Akt I.II & III Bound Score of Musik zu Macbeth Akt IV & V Bound Score of Musik zu Macbeth Akt IV & V Copies of Vocal Score

    Box 63: Macbeth Op. 27

    Copies of Vocal Score (Cont’d) Finale The Defeat of Macbeth for four hands (2 copies) Notes by ESK on errors to be corrected, & MS piano score The Defeat of Macbeth Violin I (7 parts) The Defeat of Macbeth Violin II (8 parts) The Defeat of Macbeth Viola (8 parts) The Defeat of Macbeth Cello (7 parts) The Defeat of Macbeth Bass (6 parts) The Defeat of Macbeth Brass & Percussion (9 parts total) Horn 1-2 (1 part) Horn 3-4 (1 part) Trumpet 1-2 (1 part) Trumpet 3-4 (1 part) Kleine Trommel (1 part) Grosse Trommel (1 part) Tamtam (1 part) Triangle (1 part) Grosse Trommel (1 part) Miscellaneous Macbeth Parts Manuscript Book titled Notebook A of Macbeth Chorus of the Spirits [last pages!!!]

    Box 64: New England Symphony Op. 33

    MS Second Symphony in Bb Minor, New England, (4 parts for piano) with Notes and misc. score pages MS score 1st Movement MS score 2nd Movement MS score 2nd Movement MS score 3rd Movement MS score 3rd Movement MS score 4th Movement MS score 4th Movement Printed score of The New England Symphony (Two copies) Printed score of The New England Symphony Violin 1 MS (6 parts)

    Box 65: New England Symphony Op. 33

    Violin 1 Printed (8 parts) Violin 2 MS (7 parts) Violin 2 Printed (9 parts) Viola MS (3 parts) Viola Printed (6 parts) Bass MS (4 parts) Bass Printed (4 parts) Cello MS (4 parts) Cello Printed (4 parts) Flute 1 2 Printed, 1 MS (3 parts) Flute 2 2 Printed, 1 MS (3 parts) Flute 3 & Piccolo 2 Printed

    Box 66: New England Symphony Op. 33

    1 MS (3 parts) Oboe 1 2 Printed, 1 MS (3 parts) Oboe 2 & English Horn 4 Printed, 1 MS (5 parts) Clarinet 1 2 Printed, 1 MS (3 parts) Clarinet 2 2 Printed, 1 MS (3 parts) Bass Clarinet 2 Printed, 1 MS (3 parts) Bassoon 1 2 Printed, 1 MS (3 parts) Bassoon 2 2 Printed, 1 MS (3 parts) Horn 1 & 2 MS (3 parts) Horn 1 & 2 Printed (2 parts) Horn 3 & 4 2 Printed, 1 MS (3 parts) Trumpet 1 & 2 2 Printed, 1 MS (3 parts) Trombone 1 2 Printed, 1 MS (3 parts) Trombone 2 2 Printed, 1 MS (3 parts) Trombone 3 2 Printed, 1 MS (3 parts) Tuba 2 Printed, 1 MS (3 parts) Harp MS (2 parts) Harp Printed (2 parts) Percussion parts 3 Printed, 2 MS (5 parts) Miscellaneous Lost Parts (7 parts) 7 Bound Full Orchestral Scores Bound Full Orchestral Score, signed for colleague Dr. Joseph Clokey

    Box 67: Nunc et in Aeternum & The Pilgrims Progress Op. 37

    Nunc et in Aeternum Nunc et in Aeternum: One of three Chorals for the Mariemont Chimes (4 copies) Nunc et in Aeturnum [sic] sketch (6 pages) Nunc et in Aeternum: First sung at the dedication of Presser Hall (Western College), May 1931 Nunc et in Aeternum Printed Copy with Note Printed copies of Nunc et in Aeternum Pilgrim’s Progress Score (Conductor’s part) The Celestial City Score, Finale from the Pilgrim’s Progress, A Musical Miracle Play, ESK, Oliver Ditson Company, Boston (Notes inserted) Parts 1, 2, and 3, MS of Violin 1 Pilgrims Progress MS of Violin 2 Pilgrims Progress MS of Viola Pilgrims Progress MS of Viola Pilgrims Progress MS of Cello Pilgrims Progress MS of Bass Pilgrims Progress MS of Bells Pilgrims Progress MS of Percussion Pilgrims Progress MS of Flute The Crossing of the River from Pilgrims Progress MS of 4th Horn The Crossing of the River from Pilgrims Progress MS of Miscellaneous Viola Part & The Crossing of the River from Pilgrims Progress MS of Vanity Fair Score (4 parts) The Song of the Shepherd Boy from Pilgrims Progress and Miscellaneous Manuscripts (including Hail New York City, Improvisation, & Beethovens Sonata Op. 13) Miscellaneous Pilgrims Progress Notes

    Box 68: The Pilgrim's Progress Op. 37

    Bound & Printed Piano Score Bound & Printed Piano Score, with List of Members of Chorus of the Sing Celestial City first chorus Part 2: The Pilgrim's Progress: A Musical Miracle Play for Soli, Chorus & Orchestra Part 1: The Pilgrim's Progress: A Musical Miracle Play Part 1: The Pilgrim's Progress: A Musical Miracle Play Part 1: The Pilgrim's Progress: A Musical Miracle Play Part 1: The Pilgrim's Progress: A Musical Miracle Play Part 1: The Pilgrim's Progress: A Musical Miracle Play Mozart Music Blank Book with Celestial Chorus Notes The Celestial City Finale from The Pilgrim's Progress: A Musical Miracle Play (3 copies) The Wife's Entreaty Score from The Pilgrim's Progress

    Box 69: Pit & Pendulum & Polonaise Op. 35

    Pit and Pendulum Score published for the Society for the Publication of American Music 1930 Pit & Pendulum Sketches Pit & Pendulum Orchestral Parts (MS & Printed) Pit & Pendulum Orchestral Parts (Printed) 4 Printed Copies of Polonaise Op. 35 Polonaise Sketches Polonaise Orchestral Score Sketches Polonaise Parts & Sketches Polonaise Orchestral Parts Polonaise Orchestral Score Polonaise Orchestral Score Polonaise Orchestral Score 7 Copies of Polonaise Polonaise, Op. 35, by Edgar Stillman Kelley. Revised edition with poetic idea, form and structure, and harmonic analysis by the composer. Biographical sketch, fingering, phrasing, pedaling glossary, and instructive annotations on interpretations and method of study by Emerson Whithorne. St. Louis, London: Art Publication Society, c. 1916. Inscribed by Kelley to Lillian Thayer. Polonaise, Op. 35, by Edgar Stillman Kelley. Revised edition with poetic idea, form and structure, and harmonic analysis by the composer. Biographical sketch, fingering, phrasing, pedaling glossary, and instructive annotations on interpretations and method of study by Emerson Whithorne. St. Louis, London: Art Publication Society, c. 1916 (Donation from Rod Nimtz)

    Box 70: Prometheus Bound, Puritania, Scherzo, Western Chimes Dedication, & Other Miscellaneous

    Prometheus First draft Prometheus Unfinished Score and sketches(?) Choral Parts for Prometheus Bound Piano & Voice Manuscript for Prometheus Bound Printed Copy of Puritania, or the Earl and the Maid of Salem: Comic Opera in Two Acts Printed Copy of Puritania: Comic Opera in Two Acts Quintett Orchestral Parts 3 Copies of Quintett fr Klavier, 2 Violinen, Viola und Violoncell 2 Copies of Scherzo Op. 5 Miscellaneous: Booklet reading Mostly Pilgrim's Progress sketches- but also some very miscellaneous other sketches, mostly unidentified Eldorado Sky Line, for piano by Edgar Stillman Kelley, Op. 34, No. 1. NY: The Composers Press, Inc., c1916. Inscribed to Marian MacMillan, 1943; Sky Line Printed Copy (with photocopies of pages) Sky Line, for piano by Edgar Stillman Kelley, Op. 34, No. 1. NY: The Composers Press, Inc., c1916 (Donations from Rod Nimtz 5 copies) Manuscript of Western Chimes Dedication Hymn

    Poem by Edgar Allan Poe, Composed by Edgar Stillman Kelley, Op. 8, No. 1 for Medium Voice and Piano Flower in the Crannied Wall Two Printed Copies Three Compositions for Piano, The Headless Horseman Three Compositions for Piano, The Flower Seekers The Headless Horseman: Descriptive Piece for Piano The Headless Horseman: Donations from Rod Nimtz (Descriptive Piece for Piano, 2 copies) My Country Tis of Thee 1986 by Frank Miller Edgar Stillman Kelley setting College Song Alma Mater (Music by Edgar Stillman Kelley

    Miscellaneous: o Unidentified music manuscript on one sheet, 6-5/8 wide, 9-3/4 high o America's Creed Printed Copy o Hymn of Dedication, Three-Part Chorus for Women's Voices Printed Copy o wo Moods of Nature Printed Copy

    Box 71: Quartett Op. 25 76 copies of Quartett fr Violinen, Viola und Violoncell

    Books on Shelf:

    The Atlantic Monthly March 1913 Bach, Johann Sebastian. Das Wohltemperirte Klavier Bach, J. S. Klavier-Werke. Piano Compositions Band V. VI Bach, J.S. Opern und Oratorien Bach, J.S. Oratorium: Tempore Nativitatis Christi Beethoven. Quatuors pour 2 Violons, Alto et Violoncelle Beethoven. Mass in C in Vocal Score Beethoven. Symphonien Beethoven. Symphonie Beethoven. Symphonies Nos. 1 to 5 Beethoven. Trios fur Pianoforte Violine und Violoncell Beethoven's Trios and Haydens Quartettes Beethoven & Schubert. Sonatas for Violin and Pianoforte Chopin, Fr. S mmtliche Pianoforte-Werke Chopin, Fr. S ½mmtliche Pianoforte-Werke Cornelius, Peter. Der Barbier von Bagdad Cramer, J. B. Select Pianoforte Studies Crane, Walter. The First of May: A Fairy Masque Die Praktischen Studien zur Theorie der Musik: Lehrbuch des einfachen und doppelten Contrapunkts Dorajowsk s Miniature Scores, Symphonies Eulenburg s kleine Orchester-Partitur-Ausgabe Foote, Arthur. Modulation and Related Harmonic Questions (1919) Gehrkens, Karl W. The Fundamentals of Music (1924) Gilbert & Sullivan. The Mikado Gluck, Chr. Alceste Opra en Trois Actes Gluck, Chr. Armide Oper in fnf Acten Grobe, Charles. Grobes Musical Mirror: 6 Variations Composed J.S. Bachs Chorals and Other Church Music Kelley, Edgar Stillman. Alice in Wonderland Orchestral Suite Kelley, Edgar Stillman. Book A Kelley, Edgar Stillman. Chopin the Composer Kelley, Edgar Stillman. The Defeat of Macbeth, Op. 27 Finale Kelley, Edgar Stillman. New England Symphony Kelley, Edgar Stillman. Orchestral Sketches and Excerpts (1904) Kelley, Edgar Stillman. Pianoforte Music Kelley, Edgar Stillman. Studies in Counterpoint Kelley, Hermon Alfred. A Genealogical History of the Kelley Family Descended from Joseph Kelley of Norwich, Connecticut (1897) Klengel. Canons Et Fugues Pour le Piano Kruse, Georg Richard. Otto Nicolai Mendelssohn-Bartholdy, Felix. Elijah and Saint Paul Mozart. Die Walkure Mozart. Concertos Mozart, W. A. Overturen Mozart, W.A. Quartettes Mozart, W.A. Quintettes and Symphonies Mozart, W.A. Sonaten fur Pianoforte und Violine Mrs. Devereux's Blue Book of Cincinnati (1929) Nicolai, Otto. Merry Wives of Windsor Osburn, Mary Hubbell. Ohio Composers and Musical Authors Ouverren by Gluck, Haydn, Mehul, Paer, Cimaaaarosaa for Pianoforte for 4 Hands Paine Opera I Paine Opera II Paine Opera III Paine, John Knowles. Azara (printed piano and vocal score) Partitur-Bibliothek Pianoforte Duets, Vol. 3 Schubert, Franz. Pianoforte Duets Vol. 1 Schubert, Franz. Pianoforte Duets Vol. 2 Schumann, Robert. Manfred: A Dramatic Poem in Three Acts Schumann, Robert. Oeuvres Completes Pour le Piano Schumann, Robert. The Pilgrimage of the Rose Canata Sonneck, O. G. Early Opera in America (1915) Stetson, Augusta E. Greetings and a Message to the Dear Children Various Composers. Compositions for Harpsichord and Pianoforte Violin Parts of the Sonata for Violin and Pianoforte Wagner, Richard. Das Rheingold Wagner, Richard. Die Walkure Wagner, Richard. Parsifal Wagner, Richard. Tannhauser and The Tournament of Song at Wartburg Wagner, Richard. Tristan Und Isolde Wagner, Richard. Tristan Und Isolde Weber, C. M. Compositions Originales Pour Piano a Quatre Mains Who's Who in Music 1929 Edition

    Note: Contents in the Edgar Stillman Kelley Collection are listed into various boxes contained within the content item. There are 103 boxes contained in this collection.

    Content Item 4: Boxes 72-79

    Box 72: Records, LPs

    1. Class Record- Used in Speech Classes, 1943-1944

    2. Israfel by Edgar Stillman-Kelley sung by the Western College Choir

    3. Popular Songs- 5 Records by the Campus Choraliers

    #1- Miss Mater, Miss Peabody,Western Blue #2- With a Song in My Heart, For All We Know, Night and Day #3- Popular Songs #4- College Songs #5- Western Blue

    4. Liebeslieder- 2 copies by the Western College Choir

    5. Western College Choir

    6. Sophomore and other class songs

    7. Across the Campus... The Western College Choir (2 copies)

    8. Western College Madrigal Singers- Selections from the European Tour (recorded in France ) 3 copies

    Box 73: Artifacts

    Martha Kinney Cooper Award presented to ESK Gift Cards from Edgar Stillman Kelley's Memorial Service Address Book 1927 Memorandum of the Notes, Thoughts, and Observations, 1877-1882 Individual Sight-Singing Method by Sterrie A. Weaver (Third Series) Individual Sight-Singing Method by Sterrie A. Weaver (Fourth Series) Individual Sight-Singing Method by Sterrie A. Weaver (Fifth Series) Individual Sight-Singing Method by Sterrie A. Weaver (Sixth Series) Individual Sight-Singing Method by Sterrie A. Weaver (Seventh Series) Individual Sight-Singing Method by Sterrie A. Weaver (Eighth Series) Miessner Theme Finder Pitch Pipe Note explaining provenance of ESK baton US Passport 1925 The Oxford Criterion Spring Issue 1934 The Oxford Criterion Spring Issue 1934 The Oxford Criterion Spring Issue 1934 The Oxford Criterion Spring Issue 1934 Autograph Book 1874 Paul's autograph book, containing two locks of his hair & two letters he wrote to his mother when he was a young child Address Book, Undated Address Book, Undated The Keystone Memorandum Book No. 5 NotaBene Edgar Stillman Kelley's Primer Learning to Read- Harper's Picture Book 1856 Mailing Label to ESK from C.C. Birchard & Co. Publ. Invitation to reception from the American Ambassador to meet former President & Mrs. Roosevelt Copper printing block of Dr. John Warren Erb conducts performance of Dr. Edgar Stillman Kelley's Pilgrim's Progress Edward MacDowell Bronze Medal List Bronze Medal ESK's Eight day clock Copper printing block of ESK and Orly See, conductor of the Oklahoma Symphony Orchestra Copper printing block of ESK and JSK Former Guide to the Edgar Stillman Kelley Collection Envelope of papers collected by Student Assistant for ESK/JSK Displays and Exhibits in 2007

    Box 74: Compositional Sketches & Note Books

    Stucke von Edgar S. Kelley Notes Etc. Notebook (1878) Uebungen Edgar S. Kelley Notebook Sketches for Oratorio and Dramatic Works Notebook Choral on P8. & II Symphony Mozart Music Blank Book Satz IV Mozart Music Blank Book Polonaise Sketches Mozart Music Blank Book Symphony No. 2 Satz I Mozart Music Blank Book Corianton Sketches Mozart Music Blank Book Mozart Music Blank Book, Unidentified Sketches Book Suggestions for Various Compositions Marbled Notebook Notes from Life of Tennyson Notebook Carl Fischer [Inc.]s Music Writing Book New Testament Chorus of Spirits- Macbeth Edgar S. Kelley Notes, &c. Notebook Uebungen Edgar S. Kelley Notebook #2 Uebungen Edgar S. Kelley Notebook #3 Note Book B A Music Workbook Note Book A Sketch Book C 1881 Laundry Notebook

    Box 75: Compositional Sketches

    Sketches- Piano Scores Corianton Waltz Sketches Confluentia Sketches The Circus Song Sketches Lyric Opera Sketches Two PoemsSketches Electricity Sketches Miscellaneous MS Sketches- #1 Miscellaneous MS Sketches #2 Miscellaneous MS Sketches #3 Miscellaneous MS Sketches #4 Miscellaneous MS Sketches #5 Miscellaneous MS Sketches #6 Miscellaneous MS Sketches #7 Miscellaneous MS Sketches #8 Miscellaneous MS Sketches #9

    Box 76: Compositional Sketches

    Folder 1:

    Chas. H. Kitson and Co. Envelopes

    Folder 2:

    Chas. H. Kitson and Co. Envelopes

    Folder 3:

    Groves of Daphne Sketches

    Folder 4:

    Miscellaneous MS Sketches #10

    Folder 5:

    Miscellaneous MS Sketches #11

    Folder 6:

    Miscellaneous MS Sketches #12

    Folder 7:

    Miscellaneous MS Sketches #13

    Folder 8:

    Miscellaneous MS Sketches #14

    Folder 9:

    Miscellaneous MS Sketches #15

    Folder 10:

    Miscellaneous MS Sketches #16

    Folder 11:

    ESK Notes on Harmony

    Folder 12:

    Notes p. 1-2, 4-10: Donations from Rod Nimtz

    Folder 13: Bacchanale (Coriantum) Sketch

    Sketches of the following individual parts of Bacchanale by ESK: Cello (Two) Basso Flauto I Flauto II and Piccolo Oboe I Oboe II Clarinetto I Fagotto I Trombone I Trombone II Trombone III Tromba I Tromba II Corno I Corno II Tuba Timpani, Triangle, etc (Percussion) Clarinetto II

    Folder 14: Miscellaneous Sheet Music

    G. Schirmer Music Publishers Scratch paper (includes partial sketches of New Era (New Democracy), Prometheus, and other untitled works) Handwritten sheet music titled “Satzbildung” Sheet music titled “IV. The Caucus Race.” Sheet music titled “Die Christi Veritas” Handwritten sheet music titled “The Soothing implin of Nathus voices” (Handwritten notes on back) Untitled, handwritten sheet music Handwritten sheet music titled “Chinese Fox Trot” List of handwritten notes Handwritten sheet music titled “Prelude and Fugue Sister Drene”, 1916

    Folder 15:

    MS Sketches/notes #17

    Box 77: ESK, Miscellaneous Collections

    Folder 1: Correspondence about ESK Collection

    Letter to Mr. Martin Miller, Archivist, Special Collections, Miami University Library, from Bill Welsh, May 28, 1998 Letter to Librarian, Western College Library, Date Unknown from the wife of Charles Elliott Fouser Letter to Esther Duggleby, Librarian, Western College for Women, from Mrs. C. E. Fouser, March 23, 1957 Letter to Mrs. C. E. Fouser from Esther Duggleby, Librarian, Western College for Women, June 23, 1965 Letter to Mrs. C. E. Fouser from Eleanore Vail, Head, Department of Music, Western College for Women, September 15, 1965 Letter to Mrs. C. Elliott Fouser, from J. Joe Bauxar, University Archivist, Northern Illinois University, November 27, 1969 Letter to Mrs. C. E. Fouser from Betty Wasson, The Western College, February 26, 1970 Letter to Mrs. Eleanore Vail from Don Phillips, Music Librarian, March 3, 1970 Letter from Agnes Fowler, Historian, Ohio Federation of Music Clubs, May 12, 1965

    Folder 2: Correspondence: Donations from Rod Nimtz

    Letter to Judy Waldron from Roderick E. Nimtz, January 28, 2008

    Folder 3: Miscellaneous Programs, Pamphlets, etc.

    Edgar Stillman Kelley, A Celebration of the man and his music, March 25, 2007 Wanamaker Auditorium Program for Inaugural Concerts, Season 1912-1913 Envelope to Professor Rudolf Syring, from E. P. Appels, January 19, Date Unknown containing Das deutsche Theater Pages Wurlitzer: The World's Largest Music House, Ticket for Mrs. Edgar Stillman Kelley Christmas and New Year Card, Undated Oratorio: How it Began: First Records of Singing Found in Bible- The Sources of Inspiration by John Warren Erb, reprinted from Singing Information Page for the Monthly Meeting of the National Opera Club of America, Inc., February 12, 1948 C. Courtney Dead; Master Locksmith Article (3 pieces of article) Book cover for Chopin the Composer, by Edgar Stillman-Kelley Unfolded book cover for Chopin the Composer, by Edgar Stillman-Kelley (3 copies) Your Bill of Rights- and Mine Booklet Defend our Bill of Rights Sheet of Stamps Printed ballot for the election of Edward MacDowell, American Symphonic Composer, to the Hall of Fame [National Federation of Music Clubs] (11 copies) Paper Concerning modern American orchestra music American Music Forges Another Link Paper Announcement for the Festival of Pan American Chamber Music by the Committee on Cultural Relations with Latin America Letter to Sir or Madam from Post Office Inspectors, Date Unknown Letter to Sir or Madam from Post Office Inspectors, October 31, 1923 Pamphlet on Certificate of Incorporation of American Grand Rights Association, Inc. Aid to the American Composer: A Digest of the American Composition Program of the National Federation of Music Clubs Pamphlet Music in Hospitals 1947-1948 List Brochure for A History of the United States Annual Report of the Producers Oil Corporation of America and Its Subsidiaries for the Year 1937 Program for the National Opera Club of America, Inc., February 12, 1948 Program for The Council Against Intolerance in America, for the Sesqui-centennial celebration of the Bill of Rights, October 22, Date Unknown Folder with Jack Dempsey Stationary Page 3 of Paper Notice of 1942 Annual Meeting The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company Latimer Coat of Arms Program for Zion Passion Players Present. Bunyan's Pilgrims Progress Business Card of L. L. Barcas, National Cyclopedia of American Biography Envelope and Letter to Dr. John Warren Erb, May 17, 1948 Program for Fine Arts Chamber Music Society for College Students, Laws Memorial Hall, University of Cincinnati, May 17, 1942 Envelope with letter, reads Alfred Noyes Invitation and envelope to Miss Annette Royak, May 11, 1948 Love and Best Wishes Card from Esther Kramer Lasting Peace... Through Mutual Understanding Program for Timely Topics Club, Wednesday, March 10, 1948 Western Union Telegram 10/17/48 Letter to Dr. Erb from Berly McCollins, Christmas 1947 Christmas Greetings Card from George Gamarsch The Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Company Premium Receipt for Edgar E. Stoughton, Dr. Edgar Stillman Kelley, February 25, 1936 University of Miami Symphony Orchestra Program, for Twenty-Three Musical Events for 1945-1946 Program for the University Of Miami Symphony Orchestra, Sixth Subscription Concert, April 14, April 15, 1946 Program for the Anniversary Concert of the Bloomfield Symphony Orchestra, May 3, 1942 Program for the Western College Fourth Annual Concert by the Kenyon College Singers and the Western College Choir, April 16, 1950 Program for the Tenth Annual Butler County Music Festival, March 12, 1938 Program for the Goethe Centenary Celebration, April 14, 1932 (Two copies) Program In Memory of Roland Holt Taxation and The Distribution of Wealth by Edwin S. Todd, Reprinted from the June 1940 issue of Taxes- The Tax Magazine Letter to President friends, from Pres. Founder, Les Amis d Edgar Poe, 1935 Flyer on the International Poe Society, Les Amis d Edgar Poe Happy Birthday card to Mr. Charles E. Apgar [Charlie] from Aunt Virginia, April 26, 1951 Christmas Greetings from Jerusalem-Palestine, 1929 (with pressed flowers) (6 copies) Letter to Sir from Miss Z. Kaplan, Jerusalem-Palestine, November 21, 1929 Letter to Dr. Butler from W. D. Hooper, December 10, 1929 Letter to Charlie [Mr. Charles E. Apgar III] from grandmother, April 26, 1951 Flyer for Chicago World's Fair Contests for Ohio Juniors Initiation Banquet Program for Iota Chapter of Ohio of Phi Beta Kappa, March 21, 1934 A Souvenir Booklet Philadelphia Rendezvous, by Thomas Grant Springer Program for the Ninety-Fifth Annual Commencement Exercises of Miami University Program for an Organ Recital, June 10, 1934 Program for May 9th Chalfonte Hotel, Chopin Club of Atlantic City Miami University Bulletin, Oxford, Ohio, May, 1934 Alumni News Letter Program for the Cincinnati Conservatory of Music, Sixty-seventh Commencement Exercises, Season 1933-1934 Mark Burstein, Edgar Stillman Kelley, in Knight Letter, Publication by the Lewis Carroll Society of North America. Vol. II, Issue 8, Number 78, Summer 2007

    Folder 4: Notes by ESK or JSK

    38 pieces or groups of notes

    Folder 5: Miscellaneous Articles/Papers collected by Kelleys

    Lake Placid Club Chamber Music Contest information The Alabama Federation of Music Clubs list of officers Letter to unnamed person concerning the use of leftover money from “this series” (With a handwritten note on the back) Report of Chamber Music Chairman Page Lake Placid Club Stationery (With a note on the back) Chamber Music Article Note Report of Chamber Music Chairman What is Chamber Music by Charles E. Fouser Letter to State Chamber Music Chairmen Group of Notes (5 pages on ESK and JSK stationary) Group of Notes (6 pages) America the Beautiful Brochure Envelope for The Midland Mutual Life Insurance Company Policyholder Agreement with affiliated Music Corporation and the Edgar Stillman Kelley Society Agreement with affiliated Music Corporation and the Edgar Stillman Kelley Society List of Orchestrations in the Library Cincinnati Conservatory of Music Information page on the Kelleys Program for a special performance of Stillman-Kelley's Pilgrim's Progress, March 12, Year Unknown Agreement for November 1936 with affiliated Music Corporation with the Edgar Stillman-Kelley Society Agreement for November with affiliated Music Corporation with the Edgar Stillman-Kelley Society notes for agreement draft Piano Students List Brochure for the Second Volume 1929-1930 Who's Who in American Education Page from Student's Note Book for Music Appreciation Hour Western Union Telegraph Company Receipt Notes on Committee Chairmen (two pages) Program for 4th National Radio Audition Notes about Claridge Hotel Report on The Development of Music from Palestrina to Bach The Golden Bough Report Notes on The Atwater Kent Foundation stationary, two pages Sympathy card from Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Wallace Hinkle Note on The Royal Palace Hotel stationary Business Rely Card from the Mayflower Publishing Co. Brochure for Who's Who in the East 1930 Calendar of Events 1948-1949, The N.Y. Violin, Viola, Violoncello Teachers Guild Anton Seidl Plaque photo (in folder) with letter to Mrs. Edgar Stillman Kelley, February 28, 1938, and small image Annual Report, September 1947-August 1948 of the Musicians Emergency Fund, Health Rehabilitation Employment and Veteran Community Service Russian Program, November 13, Year Unknown Evening Program for Concert, Date Unknown, Stillman Kelley Auditorium, Presser Hall Musical Miracle Play Well Done, The Grand Rapids Press (4 copies) 35th Year Iroquois Council Fire Rites under Great Tree of Peace in Iroquois Forest, September 3, 1937 Program Nine Colleges Honored, The New York Times Letter to Constance de Caen from M. de P. O Connell, November 15, 1917 The Maker Speaks Poem G. H. Mead Calling/Business Card Parliamentary Procedure Notes Planet Thaws Article Note reading Baton presented to Edgar Stillman Kelley by the Edgar Stillman Kelley Club, May Festival 1925 Program for Senior Recital by Helen Mason, Soprano assisted by Anna Margaret Yahl, Pianist, May 27, 1934 Program for Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, Young People's Concert, February 1, 1938 The Fifth Annual Berkshire Symphonic Festival, Fifth Program, Sixth Program, August 13-14, 1938 (4 copies) Russian Music article in envelope Program for the Commemoration of the 34th Anniversary of the death of Mark Twain, New York University, April 21, 1944 Program for the Fifth Annual Berkshire Symphonic Festival... Inauguration of the New Music Shed at Tanglewood, August 1938 Copy of Telegram, Edgar Stillman Kelley, care John Warren Erb, from Rupert Hughes, May 7, 1938 Program for Emma- A Play, 1941

    Folder 6:

    Prelude/Notes for the Study of Music 31 pages

    Folder 7: Articles about ESK and JSK

    Edgar Stillman-Kelley 1857-1944 from Western College Bulletin, March 1945 Page 10 of Western College Bulletin, Mrs. Kelley Retires May 1934 Honoring Dr. Kelley, Western College Bulletin, August 1957, p. 18 Page 408 & 409, Kelley, Edgar Stillman, Dictionary of American Biography Newspaper clipping, no date, picture of Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Stillman-Kelley Springer, Thomas Grant. Poem, To Dr. Edgar Stillman-Kelley on his Eighty-second Birthday, April 15, 1939. In Musical Advances Supplement, May 1939. Program for a Concert in Commemoration of Edgar Stillman-Kelley, Kumler Chapel, April 28, 1946 In Society, The Enquirer, Cincinnati, February 10, 1940 Dr. and Mrs. Stillman-Kelley in New York, Musical Courier, November 25, 1933 Federation Festival Article (2 pieces) Guests of Honor Article Edgar Stillman Kelley, Grand Old Man of American Music, Dies at 87, November 25, 1944 Music Clubs Convention to Draw 500 Article Edgar Stillman-Kelley, Musical Courier, December 15, 1930s Stillman-Kelley's Gulliver Symphony Given by Federal Orchestra, Musical Courier, February 1, 1938 In Society Article May Dearness, Federated Music Clubs Convention Luncheon, Article, Thursday, April 25, 1940 (two copies) Anniversary Feted, Edgar Stillman-Kelley, Musical Courier, December 15, 1937 Federated Music Clubs Luncheon at the Gibson, The Cincinnati Times-Star, April 25, 1940 Students Play Stillman Kelley's Symphony Article Kelley, Jessie Stillman. Of American Biography, The National Cyclopaedia Vale Edgar Stillman Kelley, Famed Dean of American Composers Dies at 87 Musical Leader, Date Unknown Edgar Stillman Kelley Musical America Cover of Musical Leader, Vol. 69, No. 8, Saturday, April 24, 1937 of Dr. and Mrs. Edgar Stillman Kelley (two copies) America's Most Notable Symphony,� Musical America, December 18, 1915 The Society Article with Photo Edgar Stillman Kelley Passes, The Etude, January 1945 Maine Federation Applauds Chorus of 300 In Thrilling Hearing of Pilgrim's Progress, Musical Courier, June 1941 Mrs. Stillman-Kelley to Appear with Gale String Quartet, Dec. 8 Musical Leader Local Singers at New York Concert, Easton Express, March 13, 1940 (two copies) Federation War Rally on Site of First U. S. Capitol, Musical America, March 25, 1942 Speech reading, Happy New Year, dear Juniors. Settings of Poe Works Heard in Baltimore, Musical America, February 25, 1936 Musical Leader, March 1944 (cover of Dr. and Mrs. Edgar Stillman Kelley) Paper entitled Edgar Stillman-Kelley read to the Oxford Woman's Club at the Stillman-Kelley Studio, March 28, 1933 by Mrs. W. E. Smith Mrs. Edgar Stillman Kelley Musical Leader A Spot in Cincinnati, February 9, 1936 Federated Music Clubs Luncheon at the Gibson, The Cincinnati Times-Star, April 25, 1940 New York Society Honors Dr. Kelley's Musical Play, The Western Round-Up, Vol. 10 No. 19, Thursday, February 29, 1940 Society Notes, The Cincinnati Times-Star, Friday, April 14, 1939 Dr. Stillman-Kelley Coming Article with photo Y.W.C.A. Musical Arts Chorus in N.Y. on April 8, Saturday, February 24, 1945 America�s Music: A Composer States Case for Our Writers Article Paper entitled Edgar Stillman-Kelley read to the Oxford Woman's Club at the Stillman-Kelley Studio, March 28, 1933 by Mrs. W. E. Smith Poster for Edgar Stillman-Kelley Scholarship $750.00 Award Many Works by Edgar Stillman Kelley to be Played by Leading Organization This Season, Musical Leader Paper entitled Edgar Stillman-Kelley read to the Oxford Woman's Club at the Stillman-Kelley Studio, March 28, 1933 by Mrs. W. E. Smith Musical Leader, March 1944 (cover of Dr. and Mrs. Edgar Stillman Kelley) Musical Leader Magazine, Chicago, 1941 (Dr. & Mrs. Kelley on the front page, glossy of same picture in envelope) Article, Undated Dr. Edgar S. Kelley Dies; Composed Symphonic Works; Held Fellowship at Western,The Cincinnati Enquirer, November 13, 1944 Festival Programs of Music in Memory of Dr. and Mrs. Edgar Stillman Kelley A Fete on a Big Scale, Musical Leader, May 5, 1934 Musical Leader, Vol. 66 No. 23, Saturday, July 14, 1934 (on cover, Mrs. Edgar Stillman Kelley) Musical Leader, Vol. 73 No. 14, September 1941 (on cover, Dr. and Mrs. Edgar Stillman Kelley)

    Folder 8: Complete Piano Works of ESK

    Creative Keyboard Presents Complete Piano Works of Edgar Stillman Kelley, compiled and edited by Brian Kovach, 2000

    Folder 9: American Heirlooms

    Mel Bay Presents American Heirlooms for Piano, compiled and edited by Brian Kovach, 1998

    Folder 10: ESK Paper

    Edgar Stillman Kelley (A Paper read to the Oxford Woman�s Club at the Stillman-Kelley Studio, March 28, 1933 by Mrs. W. E. Smith)

    Folder 11: Interviews

    Mary Duffield Boehme Interview

    Letter to Mary Duffield Boehme from Jacky Johnson, September 18, 2006 Two pages of interview questions E-mail to Jacky Johnson from Judy Waldron, August 25, 2006 E-mail to Jacky Johnson from Judy Waldron, September 18, 2006 Copy of Envelope addressed to Jacky Johnson, from Mary Duffield Boehme, September 27, 2006 Two pages of interview questions with responses

    Additional Materials at end of box:

    Bound collection of correspondence between King Library at Miami University and Mr. Watts (Herbert Carleton Watts, grandnephew of ESK) about imposter Stillman Leroy Kelley Jr. posing as ESK’s grandson

    Box 78: JSK, Papers

    Folder 1: JSK's Autobiography

    Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Etta Hamilton Morris, August 20, 1930 Mrs. Stillman Kelley Information Pages (4 pages total) Letter to Mrs. Stillman-Kelley from Gustav von Gumpert, September 15, 1948 Letter to Holms Publishing Company from Gustav von Gumpert, No date Letter to Mr. Gustave Gumpert from Edgar Stillman-Kelley, August 3, 1948 Page reading 4pp. blog of JSK Manuscript of Autobiography Handwritten notes in pen and pencil, typed, and print out of ESK bibliography

    Folder 2: JSK, Correspondence, Postcards to JSK from Edith, June-August 1912

    5 pages of copies (and one note)

    Folder 3: JSK, Correspondence 1910s-1928

    Letter to Mrs. Kelley from J. D. Stoddard, June 29, 1912 Letter to Mrs. E. Stillman Kelley, December 21, 1912 Letter to Dear Sister from Herb, May 25, 1916 Letter to Mrs. Edgar Stillman Kelley from Robert de Bruce, February 15, 1921 Envelope to Mrs. E. Stillman Kelley from ... Discount Co., written sold me on May 3, 1922 Letter to Mrs. Edgar Stillman Kelley, c/o Western College for Women, from the Oxford National Bank, October 14, 1923 (in envelope) Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Ruth Ottaway, December 20, 1923 Letter to Mrs. Kelley with notes, February 2, 1925 Letter to Mrs. Stillman-Kelley from Augusta E. Stetson, August 9, 1925 Letter to Mr. Louis Geissler from Fred H. Kruse, September 5, 1925 (with envelope to Mr. Louis Geissler Introducing Mrs. Edgar Stillman Kelley) Letter to Mr. Arthur Geissler from Fred H. Kruse, September 5, 1925 (with envelope to Mr. Arthur Geissler Introducing Mrs. Edgar Stillman Kelley) Letter to Mrs. E. J. Ottaway from Mrs. Edgar Stillman-Kelley, January 18, 1928 Invitation to a Tuesday evening Sacred Concert, June 12, 1928 from Defenders of the Truth Society, Inc. Letter to Mrs. Stillman-Kelley from Chas. J. Livingood, October 11, 1928

    Folder 4: JSK, Correspondence, 1929

    Letter to Mrs. Morse from Delbert L. Loomis, October 29, 1929 Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Delbert L. Loomis, November 1, 1929 Top of Letterhead, November 21, 1929 Western Union Telegram to Mrs. Edward Stillman-Kelley from Henry, June 16, 1929

    Folder 5: JSK, Correspondence, 1930-May 1930

    Western Union Telegram to Mrs. Edgar S. Kelley from Mrs. Paul H. Heisey, 1930 1930 Letter to Mrs. Edgar Stillman Kelley from Gertrude Lyons Letter to Jessie from Edgar, February 15, 1930 with attached letter to friends from Rosalie Heller Klein and Note in German Letter to Mrs. Kelley, from M. M. Lichtmann, Vice-President Roerich Museum, March 5, 1930 Plan I of letter, April 1930 Letter Plan, April 1930 Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Marie Dikore, April 7, 1930 Letter to Mrs. Edmund H. Cahill, May 1, 1930 Letter to Mrs. Edmund H. Cahill, from Vladimir Rosing, May 1, 1930 Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Ernest La Prade, May 5, 1930 Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Mrs. John Dickinson Sherman, May 7, 1930 Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Jesse S. Butcher, May 9, 1930 Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Merle Thrasher, May 10, 1930 Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Rose L. Sutro, May 10, 1930 (with envelope) Letter to Mrs. Kelley from D. Cahill, May 12, 1930 Letter to Mrs. Edgar Stillman-Kelley from United States Department of Interior, Office of Education, May 12, 1930 Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Mrs. J. M. Talbott, May 14, 1930 Letter to Mrs. Ernest La Prade, May 16, 1930 Letter to Mr. M. B. Swaab, May 17, 1930 Letter to Mr. Charles Pearson, May 17, 1930 Letter to Mrs. E. H. Cahill, May 19, 1930 Letter to Mrs. Edgar Stillman-Kelley from Ernest La Prade, May 21, 1930 Letter to Mrs. E. H. Cahill from Frank T. Kitzing, May 24, 1930 Letter to Mrs. E. H. Cahill from Frank T. Kitzing, May 24, 1930 Letter to my dear friend, May 25, 1930 Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Etta Hamilton Morris, May 26, 1930 Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Grace Godard, May 28, 1930

    Folder 6: JSK, Correspondence, June 1930

    Letter to Mrs. Chas. A. Funhouser from Mrs. Edgar Stillman-Kelley, June 2, 1930 Letter to Miss Mabel Viney from Ernest La Prade, June 3, 1930 Letter in Envelope to Mrs. Edgar Stillman-Kelley from United States Department of the Interior, June 4, 1930 Letter to Mrs. Edgar Kelley from B. H. C. L., June 15, 1930 Letter to Baroness Von Klenner from Mrs. Edgar Stillman-Kelley, June 15, 1930 Letter to the National President of the Federation of Music Club and the State President of the Massachusetts Federation of Music Clubs, June 16, 1930 Letter to Miss Rose L. Sutro from Mrs. Edgar Stillman-Kelley, June 19, 1930 Letter (bottom reads Seventeenth Biennial Convention, San Francisco, June 22-29, 1931) Letter to Mrs. Edgar Stillman-Kelley from James F. Cooke, June 23, 1930 (with envelope) Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Miriam Gabler, Secretary to the President [Miss Johnson], The Western College for Women, July 23, 1930 Letter to Mrs. Martin K. McKee from Mrs. Edgar Stillman-Kelley, June 24, 1930 Letter to Mrs. W. D. Crebs from Mrs. Edgar Stillman-Kelley, June 24, 1930 Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Mrs. John A. Hoffman, June 24, 1930 Letter to Miss Julia Fuqual President from Mrs. Edgar Stillman-Kelley, June 26, 1930 Letter to Mrs. George Hail from Mrs. Edgar Stillman-Kelley, June 26, 1930 Letter to Mr. and Mrs. Frost from Mrs. Edgar Stillman-Kelley, June 26, 1930 Letter to Mrs. Grace W. Mabee from Mrs. Edgar Stillman-Kelley, June 26, 1930 Letter to Mrs. N. Carroll Day from Mrs. Edgar Stillman-Kelley, June 26, 1930 Letter to Mrs. Wm. S. Ridgly, from Mrs. Edgar Stillman-Kelley, June 26, 1930 Letter to Mrs. Wm. Egleston from Mrs. Edgar Stillman-Kelley, June 26, 1930 Letter to Mrs. L. L. Gamble from Mrs. Edgar Stillman-Kelley, June 26, 1930 Letter to Mrs. John W. Wilson from Mrs. Edgar Stillman-Kelley, June 26, 1930 Letter to Mrs. E. S. Kelley, June 30, 1930 Letter to Mrs. Edgar Stillman-Kelley from A. Walter Kramer, June 30, 1930

    Folder 7: JSK, Correspondence, July 1930

    Letter to Mrs. Kelley from A. W. Swinton, July 1, 1930 Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Mrs. C. Cobb, July 2, 1930 Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Julia Fuqua, July 2, 1930 Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Grace W. Mabee, July 2, 1930 Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Grace W. Mabee, July 2, 1930 Letter to Mrs. Samuel Mumford, July 2, 1930 Letter to Mrs. Abbie Raymond from Mrs. Edgar Stillman-Kelley, July 3, 1930 Letter to Mrs. Edgar Stillman Kelley from Cornelia B. Warner (in envelope), July 6, 1930 Letter to Mrs. Ed. Stillman Kelley from Rosalie Saalfeld, July 7, 1930 Letter to Mrs. Ed. Stillman Kelley from Rosalie Saalfeld, July 7, 1930 Letter to Mrs. Ed. Stillman Kelley from Rosalie Saalfeld, July 7, 1930 Letter to Mrs. Ed. Stillman Kelley from Rosalie Saalfeld, July 7, 1930 Letter to Mrs. Edgar Stillman Kelly from Etta Hamilton Morris, July 8, 1930 Letter to Mrs. Edgar Stillman Kelley from Mr. L. L. Gauiuhee [?], July 10, 1930 Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Petronella C. Peets, July 11, 1930 Letter to Miss Rosalie Saalfeld, July 12, 1930 Letter to Miss Rosalie Saalfeld, July 12, 1930 Letter to Mr. John A. Mac Millan, July 12, 1930 Letter to Miss Rosalie Saalfeld, July 12, 1930 Letter to Jessie Kelley from Amelia D, July 15, 1930 Letter to Mrs. Edgar Stillman Kelley, from William Smith Goldenburg, July 16, 1930 Letter to Mrs. Kelley from B. H. Egleston, July 16, 1930 Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Helen Crowe Snelling, July 17, 1930 Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Helen Schell, July 18, 1930 Letter to Miss Saalfeld from M. MacDowell, July 18, 1930 Letter to Mrs. Bertha H. Clark Lippert from Mrs. Edgar Stillman Kelley, July 19, 1930 Letter to Jessie K. from Edith, July 20, 1930 Letter to Mrs. Edgar Stillman Kelley from Lucila M. Lyon, July 21, 1930 Letter to Mrs. T. C. Donovan, July 21, 1930 Letter to Mrs. Mabel Bracey, July 21, 1930 Letter to Mr. Frank J. McEniry, from Jessie Stillman-Kelley, July 21, 1930 Birthday Greeting Telegram to Mrs. Edgar Stillman Kelley from Edith, July 23, 1930 Letter to Mrs. Elmer J. Ottaway from Leslie Harris, July 23, 1930 Western Union Telegram to Mrs. Edgar Stillman Kelley from Byron, July 24, 1930 Letter to Mrs. William M. Colquhoun, July 24, 1930 Letter to Mrs. R. A. Herbruck, July 24, 1930 Letter to Mrs. Blanche Greenland, July 24, 1930 Letter from Ira Louise, July 24, 1930 Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Harry C. Sherick, July 25, 1930 Letter to Mrs. Kelley, July 27, 1930 Letter to Mrs. Jessie Stillman-Kelley from Frank J. McEniry, July 28, 1930 Letter to Mrs. Kelley (First page), July 28, 1930 Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Mary Welling Megley, July 28, 1930 Western Union Telegram to Mrs. Edgar Stillman Kelley from Bertha M. Herbruck, July 28, 1930 Letter to Mr. Leslie Harris from Mrs. E. J. Ottaway, July 28, 1930 Letter to Mrs. Ottaway, July 30, 1930 Letter to Mrs. Edgar Stillman Kelley from Grace M. Day, July 30, 1930 Letter to Mrs. Edgar Stillman Kelley from Mrs. John W. Wilson, July 31, 1930

    Folder 8: JSK, Correspondence, August 1930

    Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Esther, August 1, 1930 Letter to Madam President, August 1, 1930 Letter to Madam President, from Lilliam Birmingham, August 1, 1930 Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Fred T. Baumgartner, August 2, 1930 Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Leslie Harris, August 3, 1930 Letter to Mrs. Corfmann, August 6, 1930 Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Evangelical Press, August 6, 1930 Postal Telegraph to Mrs. Edgar Stillman Kelley from Ruth Haller Ottawa, August 9, 1930 Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Paul Wozencraft, August 10, 1930 Letter to Dr. & Mrs. Edgar Stillman Kelley from E.A. Smith, August 10, 1930 Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Ellie Allen Kyde, August 11, 1930 Letter to Mrs. Elmer James Ottaway, August 11, 1930 Letter to Mrs. Blanche Greenland, August 11, 1930 Letter to Mrs. Edgar Stillman Kelley from Radio Department, Fuller & Smith & Ross Inc., August 11, 1930 Letter to Mrs. Kelley, August 12, 1930 Letter from Leslie Harris, August 12, 1930 Western Union Telegram to Dr. and Mrs. Edgar Stillman Kelley from Lester Park, August 13, 1930 Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Alvin L. Schmoeger, August 14, 1930 Letter to Mrs. Kelley from William T. Frary, August 14, 1930 Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Bertha M. Herbruck, August 14, 1930 Letter to Mrs. Kelley from L.M. Goodspeed, August 15, 1930 Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Mary Schiffeler, August 15, 1930 Letter to Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Stillman-Kelley from C. C. Shiffeler, August 18, 1930 Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Theodore Kratt, August 18, 1930 Letter to Mrs. Kelley, August 18, 1930 Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Catherine J. Gregg, August 19, 1930 Letter to Dr. and Mrs. Kelley from Mary H. Osburn, August 19, 1930 Letter to Mrs. Stillman-Kelley from Rudolph Penter, August 20, 1930 Western Union Telegram to Mrs. Edgar S. Kelley from Edgar, September 20, 1930 Letter from Eva Louise, August 21, 1930 Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Alice P. Taylor, August 21, 1930 Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Bertha M. Herbruck, August 21, 1930 Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Ellie C. Hughes, August 21, 1930 Western Union Telegram to Mrs. Edgar Stillman Kelley from Edgar, August 21, 1930 Western Union Telegram to Mrs. Edgar Stillman Kelley from Edgar, August 22, 1930 Letter to Dr. and Mrs. Edgar Stillman Kelley, from Louis L. Morch, President Roerich Museum, August 22, 1930 Letter to Mrs. Kelley, August 22, 1930 Letter to Mrs. Kelley from John W. Elwood, August 23, 1930 Western Union Telegram to Mrs. Edgar Stillman Kelley from Edgar, August 25, 1930 Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Laura Recktenwalt, August 25, 1930 Letter to Mrs. Stillman-Kelley from William T. Frary, August 26, 1930 Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Goldie S. Hervey, August 27, 1930 Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Registrar, Cincinnati Conservatory of Music, August 27, 1930 Letter to Mrs. Stillman-Kelley from Thomas Grant Springer, August 27, 1930 Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Constance I., August 27, 1930 Letter from Alma, August 29, 1930 Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Mrs. F. A. Kumler, August 29, 1930

    Folder 9: JSK, Correspondence, September 1930

    Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Mrs. De Los Lemuel Hill, September 1, 1930 Letter to Mrs. Kelley from T. L. Riddle, September 1, 1930 Letter to Mrs. Kelley from H. K. Blinn, September 2, 1930 Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Margaret Kumler, September 4, 1930 Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Virginia Federation of Music Clubs, September 4, 1930 Western Union Telegram to Mrs. Edgar Stillman Kelley from WLW, September 4, 1930 (in two pieces) Letter to Mrs. Kelly [sic] from Lillie Allen Kyde, September 4, 1930 Letter to Mrs. Kelley from D. D. Cahill, September 4, 1930 Letter to Mrs. Kelley from William T. Frary, September 5, 1930 Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Charles A. Sink, September 5, 1930 Letter to Mrs. Edgar Stillman Kelley from Lillian C. Heisey, September 9, 1930 Letter to Mrs. Kelley from T. L. Riddle, September 9, 1930 Letter to Mr. Riddle, September 9, 1930 Letter to Member from Burton J. Hendrick, September 9, 1930 Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Goldie S. Hervey, September 9, 1930 Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Alice Keith, September 10, 1930 Letter to Mrs. Jessie S. Kelley from J. Chas Rietz, September 11, 1930 Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Eusebia N. Davidson, September 11, 1930 Letter to Lester from Jessie Stillman Kelley, September 12, 1930 Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Leo C. Miller, September 13, 1930 Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Corianton Corporation, September 15, 1930 Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Mrs. Eugene C. Worden (Josephine Horden), September 15, 1930 Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Alberto Reardon, September 15, 1930 Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Margaret, September 16, 1930 Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Deshler Wallick Hotel, Martha Obetz, September 17, 1930 Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Harry Gulbertson, September 18, 1930 Letter to Dearest from Eva, September 18, 1930 Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Lillian C. Heisey, September 18, 1930 Letter to Mrs. Jessie S. Kelley from J. Charles Rietz, The Midland Mutual Life Insurance Co., September 19, 1930 Letter to Mrs. Henry Schurmann, September 19, 1930 Letter to Miss Elizabeth Lewis, September 19, 1930 Envelope to Dr. and Mrs. Edgar Stillman Kelley, from Edwina Kellenberger, September 19, 1930 Letter to Mrs. Stillman-Kelley, from Edwina Kellenberger, September 19, 1930 Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Mrs. F. A. Z. Kumler, September 20, 1930 Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Lillian C. Heisey, September 20, 1930 Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Goldie S. Hervey, September 20, 1930 Envelope and letter to Mrs. Edgar Stillman Kelley from Martha Maurer, September 21, 1930; Letter to Marguerite, September 21, 1930; Letter from Marguerite Letter to Mrs. Edgar Stillman-Kelley from Frederick G. Rodgers, General Program Director, Westinghouse Radio Stations, September 24, 1930 Letter to Mrs. Stillman-Kelley from Mrs. S. H. Wheeler, September 25, 1930 Western Union Telegram to Mrs. Edgar S. Kelley from Mrs. S. H. Wheeler, September 25, 1930 Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Susan H. Dans, September 25, 1930 Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Emma K. Mayhew, September 25, 1930 Letter from Eva, September 26, 1930 Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Eugene S. Thomas, September 26, 1930 Letter to Mrs. M. F. Buirley, Pres. The Woman�s Music Club, from Carolyn Owen, September 26, 1930 (with note to Mrs. Stillman-Kelley, October 6, 1930) Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Alberto Reardon, September 27, 1930 Letter to Mrs. Kelley from H. Augustine Smith, September 27, 1930 Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Alice Keith, September 27, 1930 Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Evangelical Press, Chas J. Theuer, September 27, 1930 Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Goldie S. Hervey, September 29, 1930 Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Gussie Parkhurst Hill, September 29, 1930 Western Union Telegram to Mrs. Edgar S. Kelley from Blanche Greenland, September 29, 1930 Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Miriam Bahr, Junior Chairman, September 30, 1930 Letter to Eva, September 30, 1930 Letter to Mrs. T. C. Donovan, September 30, 1930 Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Eusebia N. Davidson, September 30, 1930 Western Union Telegram to Mrs. Edgar S. Kelley from Bertha M. Herbruck, September 30, 1930 Letter to Mrs. Gordon Battelle, President, Dayton Music Club, September 30, 1930

    Folder 10: JSK, Correspondence, October 1930

    Letter to Ladz from Lilian Aldrich Thayer, October 1, 1930 Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Merle Thrasher, October 1, 1930 Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Mrs. L. B. Dobie, October 1, 1930 Letter to Nan from Betty, October 1, 1930 Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Hieda McKay, October 1, 1930 Letter to Mr. Byron Park from Mrs. Edgar Stillman-Kelley, October 2, 1930 Letter to Miss Lucille Wilkin from Mrs. Edgar Stillman-Kelley, October 2, 1930 Letter to Mrs. R. A. Herbruck from Mrs. Edgar Stillman-Kelley, October 2, 1930 Letter to Mrs. Raymond Osburn from Mrs. Edgar Stillman-Kelley, October 2, 1930 Letter to Mrs. J. A. Hervey from Mrs. Edgar Stillman-Kelley, October 2, 1930 Letter to Mrs. Jessie S. Kelley from J. Chas. Rietz, October 4, 1930 Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Hazel S. Steele, October 6, 1930 Western Union Telegram to Mrs. Edgar S. Kelley from Ruth H. Ottaway, October 6, 1930 Western Union Telegram to Mrs. Edgar S. Kelley from Rudolph Reuter, October 6, 1930 Western Union Telegram to Mrs. Edgar S. Kelley from Helen Mills, October 6, 1930 Letter to My Dears from C and H, October 6, 1930 Letter to Mrs. Raymond Osburn from Mrs. Edgar Stillman-Kelley, October 6, 1930 Letter to Miss Mary Stratton, from Secretary to Mrs. Stillman-Kelley, October 6, 1930 Letter to Mrs. F. A. Z. Kumler from Mrs. Edgar Stillman-Kelley, October 6, 1930 Letter to Miss E. N. Davidson from Mrs. Edgar Stillman-Kelley, October 6, 1930 Letter to Mr. Chas J. Theuer from Mrs. Edgar Stillman-Kelley, October 6, 1930 Letter to Mrs. William C. Graham from Mrs. Edgar Stillman-Kelley, October 6, 1930 Letter to Dr. Sidney Durst from Mrs. Edgar Stillman-Kelley, October 6, 1930 Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Emily Jack Goldthwaite, October 7, 1930 Letter to Mrs. Kelley, October 7, 1930 Letter to Mrs. Edgar Stillman-Kelley from Kate L. Raymer, October 7, 1930 Western Union Telegram to Mrs. Edgar S. Kelley from Mrs. Reid Steel, October 8, 1930 Letter to Mrs. Kelley, October 8, 1930 Letter to Madam President from Clara Grimes, October 9, 1930 Letter to Mrs. Edgar Stillman-Kelley, October 9, 1930 Western Union Telegram to Mrs. Edgar S. Kelley from Eva Louise Shermann, October 9, 1930 Western Union Telegram to Helen Mills from Jessie Stillman Kelley, October 10, 1930 Western Union Telegram to Mrs. Edgar Stillman Kelley from Helen Mills, October 10, 1930 Letter to Mrs. Emma K. Mayhew from Mrs. Edgar Stillman-Kelley, October 10, 1930 Letter to Mrs. M. B. Swaab from Mrs. Edgar Stillman-Kelley, October 10, 1930 Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Lillian C. Heisey, October 10, 1930 Letter to Mrs. Raymond Osburn, October 10, 1930 Letter to Mrs. M. F. Buirley from Mrs. Edgar Stillman-Kelley, October 10, 1930 Letter to Mrs. Catherine Gregg from Mrs. Edgar Stillman-Kelley, October 10, 1930 Letter to Mr. Harry Culbertson from Mrs. Edgar Stillman-Kelley, October 10, 1930 Letter to Mrs. Samuel C. Mumford from Mrs. Edgar Stillman-Kelley, October 10, 1930 Letter to Dearest from Alma, October 10, 1930 Card to Mrs. Kelley from Mabelle Phares with Letter to Mrs. Hoffman from Mabelle Phares, October 11, 1930 Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Eugene S. Thomas, October 13, 1930 Letter to Mrs. Edgar Stillman Kelley from Jeannette C., October 13, 1930 Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Agnes J., October 12, 1930 Letter to Mrs. Kelley from C. C. Cook, October 14, 1930 Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Mrs. Kumler, October 15, 1930 Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Bertha M. Herbruck, October 15, 1930 Letter to Club President from Merle Thrasher, October 15, 1930 Letter to Mrs. Kelley from M. H. Osburn, October 17, 1930 Letter to Mrs. Stillman-Kelley from Nellie Jacoby Dretke, October 20, 1930 Envelope to Mrs. Edgar Stillman Kelley from The Wednesday Afternoon Musical Club, Bridgeport, Connecticut, October 20, 1930 Letter to Honorary Member from Mary Morse-Granniss, President, The Wednesday Afternoon Musical Club, Bridgeport, Connecticut, October 20, 1930 Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Aida de Acosta Breckinridge, October 20, 1930 Letter to Little Lady, October 22, 1930 Letter to Mr. M. H. Aylesworth, President, National Broadcasting Company, from Mrs. Edgar Stillman-Kelley, October 27, 1930 Letter to Mrs. L. Shields, October 27, 1930 Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Carolyn Beebe, October 27, 1930 Letter to Mr. John W. Elwood, from Mrs. Edgar Stillman-Kelley, October 27, 1930 Letter to Mr. William T. Frary from Mrs. Edgar Stillman-Kelley, October 27, 1930 Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Mary H. Osburn, October 28, 1930 Letter to Friend from Ruth Meacham Bell, October 28, 1930 Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Lillian C. Heisey, October 29, 1930 Western Union Telegram to Mrs. Noble from Jessie Stillman Kelley, October 29, 1930

    Folder 11: JSK, Correspondence, November 1930

    Telegram to Ernest LaPrade from Mrs. Edgar Stillman Kelley, November 1, 1930 Telegram to Mrs. E. S. Kelley from Ernest LaPrade, November 1, 1930 Letter to Miss Doris E. Lee from Secretary to Mrs. Stillman-Kelley, November 3, 1930 Letter to Mrs. Adolf Hahn from Mrs. Edgar Stillman-Kelley, November 3, 1930 Letter to Mrs. Ella May Smith from Mrs. Edgar Stillman-Kelley, November 3, 1930 Letter to Mrs. F. A. Z. Kumler from Mrs. Edgar Stillman-Kelley, November 3, 1930 Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Clara Allen Shields, November 5, 1930 Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Alice Powers Ruth, November 5, 1930 Letter to My Dears, November 6, 1930 Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Marian N., November 8, 1930 Letter to Jessie from Grace, November 8, 1930 Letter to Mrs. Edgar Stillman Kelley from Alice Keith, November 11, 1930 Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Alice Keith, November 15, 1930 Letter to Mrs. Elmer James Ottaway from Broadcasting Director, American School of the Air, November 15, 1930 Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Mildred Shipman, November 22, 1930

    Folder 12: JSK, Correspondence, December 1930

    Letter to Miss Alice Keith from Mrs. Edgar Stillman-Kelley, December 1, 1930 Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Bertha M. Herbruck, December 1, 1930 Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Margherita Tirindelli, December 1, 1930 Letter to Mr. C. Hugo Grimm from Mrs. Elmer James Ottaway, December 3, 1930 Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Stelka Evans, December 4, 1930 Letter to Lady from Abbie Jamison, December 6, 1930 Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Victor V. Lytle, December 7, 1930 Letter to Miss Margherita Tirindelli, December 10, 1930 Letter to Mrs. Richard M. Gray, December 10, 1930 Letter to Mrs. Helen Harrison Mills, December 10, 1930 Letter to Mrs. R. A. Herbruck, 2nd Vice President, The Ohio Federation of Music Clubs, December 10, 1930 Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Stelka Evans, December 11, 1930 Letter to Mrs. Kelley from D. D. Cahill, December 11, 1930 Western Union Telegram to Mrs. Edgar Stillman Kelley from Bertha M. Herbruck, December 13, 1930 Letter to Mrs. Edgar Stillman Kelley from Frances, December 17, 1930 Hotel Statler Credit Card for Year 1930 with Letter to Mrs. Jessie Stillman Kelley from H. F. Dugan, Manager, Hotel Statler, Cleveland, December 20, 1930 Letter to Mrs. Edgar Stillman Kelley from Charles L. Muro, Conductor, Burbank Choral Club, December 20, 1930 Letter to dear friend, from Alpha G., December 23, 1930 Western Union Holiday Greeting to Mrs. [sic] and Mrs. Stillman Kelley from Frances, December 24, 1930

    Folder 13: JSK, Correspondence, 1931-1935

    Western Union Telegram to Mrs. Edgar Stillman Kelley from Edgar, January 3, 1931 Letter to Madam [Jessie S. Kelley] from O. Berman, President, The Crown Overall Mfg. Co., February 16, 1931 Letter to My Dears, from C. and G [?], February 17, 1931 Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Frances, February 4, 1933 Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Harold Walberg, September 25, 1933 Letter to Miss Dorothy Fulton from J. Stillman Kelley, October 28, 1933 Copy of Letter to Mrs. C. Graham, October 30, 1933 Copy of Letter to Mrs. Catherine Gregg, October 30, 1933 Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Grace E. Kline, December 9, 1933 Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Marie Maddy, the National Music Camp, October 16, 1933 Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Marie Maddy, the National Music Camp, November 8, 1933 Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Marie Maddy, the National Music Camp, December 28, 1933 Letter to Mrs. Stillman-Kelley from Marie Maddy, the National Music Camp, January 5, 1934 Two applications for membership to the National Music Camp (attached with National Music Camp letters) Letter to my dear friend [JSK] from Cornelia B. Warner, January 4, 1934 Letter to Mrs. Stillman Kelley from Mrs. John A. Hoffman, January 24, 1934 Western Union Telegram to Mrs. Edgar Stillman Kelley from Catherine J. Gregg, February 20, 1934 Letter to Dearest Jessie, March 2, 1934 Letter to Mrs. Edgar Stillman Kelley from Mrs. Martha W. Angier, May 16, 1934 Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Constance, July 13, 1934 Letter to Mrs. Kelley, from Cornelia B. Warner, August 1, 1934 Letter (in envelope) from Ginling College to Mrs. Edgar Stillman-Kelley, August 20, 1934 (written July 19 from Catharine E. S. class of 15) Letter to Mrs. Edgar Stillman Kelley from Bernice Walsh, Secretary to Mr. Blake, September 5, 1935 Letter to Mrs. Kelley, from Constance, September 5, 1934 Western Union Telegram to Mrs. Edgar Stillman Kelley from James Francis Cooke, September 5, 1934 Letter to Mrs. Edgar Stillman Kelley from Philip Wyman, July 18, 1935 with Letter to Mrs. Edgar Stillman Kelley from Philip Wyman, July 11, 1935 Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Cornelia B. W., July 30, 1935 Letter to Dr. Edgar Stillman Kelley, August 21, 1935, with letter to Mrs. Kelley, Joseph Surds [?] Letter to Mrs. Kelley from C. B. W., August 24, 1935 Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Amy Loomis, September 17, 1935 Envelope to Mrs. Edgar Stillman Kelley, September 24, 1935 Letter to Mrs. Kelley, September 20, 1935 Letter to Mrs. Edgar Stillman-Kelley from William T. Frary, October 3, 1935 Letter to Jessie from Pasha, October 3, 1935

    Folder 14: JSK, Correspondence, 1936-1939

    Letter to Mrs. Stillman Kelley from G. Schirmer, Inc., Music Publishers, New York, April 28, 1936 with three attached note pages Envelope to Mrs. E. S. Kelley, May 23, 1936 Letter to Mrs. Edgar Stillman-Kelley from F. C. Adler, October 15, 1936 Letter to Mrs. Stillman-Kelley from F. C. Adler, October 15, 1936 Letter to Mrs. Edgar Stillman-Kelley from F. C. Adler, October 19, 1936 Letter to Mrs. Stillman-Kelley from F. C. Adler, October 26, 1936 Letter to Mrs. Stillman-Kelley from F. C. Adler, October 31, 1936 Letter to Mrs. Stillman-Kelley from F. C. Adler, November 19, 1936 Letter to Mrs. Edgar Stillman-Kelley from F. C. Adler, November 21, 1936 Letter to Mrs. Edgar Stillman-Kelley from F. C. Adler, January 11, 1937 Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Mrs. Herbert Witherspoon, January 16, 1937 Letter to Mrs. Edgar Stillman-Kelley from Douglas Moore, January 19, 1937 Letter to Mrs. Edgar Stillman-Kelley from Douglas Moore, January 19, 1937 Letter to Mrs. Edgar Stillman-Kelley from Douglas Moore, January 19, 1937 Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Douglas Moore, January 19, 1937 Letter to Mrs. Edgar Stillman-Kelley from Douglas Moore, January 19, 1937 Letter to Mrs. Edgar Stillman-Kelley from Douglas Moore, January 19, 1937 Letter to Mrs. Edgar Stillman-Kelley from Barbara Chadwick, January 20, 1937 Letter to Mrs. Edgar Stillman-Kelley from Ashley Pettis, January 25, 1937 Letter to Mr. Edward Ellsworth Hipsher from Mrs. Edgar Stillman Kelley, January 27, 1937 Letter to Mr. F. C. Adler from Mrs. Edgar Stillman-Kelley, January 27, 1937 with attached note, Letter to Mr. Otto Luening from F. C. Adler, January 25, 1937, and letter to Mr. Otto Luening from Mrs. Edgar Stillman Kelley, January 27, 1937 Letter to Mrs. Stillman-Kelley from Albert I. Elkus, January 27, 1937 Letter to Mrs. Stillman-Kelley from Walter Piston, Harvard University, Division of Music, January 30, 1937 Letter to Mrs. Stillman-Kelley from Edward B. Hill, Harvard University, Division of Music, January 30, 1937 Letter to Mrs. Edgar Stillman Kelley from Howard Hanson, February 1, 1937 Letter to Mrs. Edgar Stillman-Kelley from F. C. Adler, February 1, 1937 Letter to Mrs. Curtis Bok, from Mrs. Edgar Stillman-Kelley, February 10, 1937 Letter to Mrs. Curtis Bok, from Mrs. Edgar Stillman-Kelley, February 10, 1937 Letter to Mr. Sanders from F. C. Adler, February 11, 1937 (concerning JSK) Letter to Miss Merle Boub from F. C. Adler, February 11, 1937 (concerning JSK) with attached letter to Gentlemen from Merle Boub, January 28, 1937 Letter to Mrs. Edgar Stillman-Kelley from F. C. Adler, February 11, 1937 Letter to Mrs. Edgar Stillman-Kelley from Otto Luening, February 25, 1937 Letter to Mrs. Edgar Stillman-Kelley from Otto Luening, March 1, 1937 Letter to Mrs. Edgar Stillman-Kelley from F. C. Adler, March 10, 1937 Letter to Mrs. Edgar Stillman-Kelley from F. C. Adler, March 25, 1937 Letter to Mrs. Edgar Stillman-Kelley from F. C. Adler, April 1, 1937 Letter to Mr. Theodore F. Cannon, cc: JSK, April 1, 1937 Letter to Mrs. Edgar Stillman-Kelley from F. C. Adler, April 3, 1937 Letter to Mrs. Edgar Stillman-Kelley from F. C. Adler, April 6, 1937 Letter to Mrs. Edgar Stillman-Kelley from F. C. Adler, April 21, 1937 Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Harold M., May 25, 1937 Letter to Mrs. Edgar Stillman-Kelley, from Milton Diamond, May 28, 1937 Letter to Mrs. Stillman-Kelley from Otto Cesana, May 29, 1937 Letter to Mrs. Edgar Stillman-Kelley from W. Lakond, June 8, 1937 Letter to Mrs. Edgar Stillman-Kelley from Milton Diamond, June 8, 1937 with three pages of notes and letter to Mrs. Edgar Stillman-Kelley from W. Lakond, June 15, 1937 Western Union Telegram to Mrs. Edgar Stillman Kelley from W. Lakond, June 15, 1937, with attached notes for a letter to Mr. Leuning Letter to Mrs. Edgar Stillman Kelley from C. Hugo G., June 24, 1937 Letter to Mrs. Edgar Stillman-Kelley from Affiliated Music Corporation, July 6, 1937 Letter to Mrs. Edgar Stillman-Kelley from W. Lakond, July 8, 1937 Letter to Mrs. Edgar Stillman-Kelley, July 19, 1937 Letter to Mrs. Edgar Stillman-Kelley from W. Lakond, August 4, 1937 Letter to Mrs. Jessie Stillman Kelley from C. H. Cleaver, Treasurer, Indiana Pipe Line Company, November 12, 1937 Letter to the Members of the Women's National Radio Committee (in envelope), 1937

    Note: Contents in the Edgar Stillman Kelley Collection are listed into various boxes contained within the content item. There are 93 boxes contained in this collection. Content Item 4: Boxes 79-82

    Box 79: JSK, Papers

    Folder 1: JSK, Correspondence, 1940s

    Letter to Jessie from Winifred, March 13, 1940 Letter to Mrs. Edgar Stillman-Kelley (in envelope no letter- empty�) June 23, 1940 Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Cornelia B. Warner, January 25, 1941 (with envelope) Western Union Telegram to Mrs. Worchester Reed Warner from Jessie Stillman-Kelley, October 11, 1941 Western Union Telegram to Mrs. Alexander Thomson and Dr. Molyneaux from Jessie Stillman-Kelley, November 12, 1941 Western Union Telegram to Mrs. Lowell Fletcher Hobart from Jessie Stillman-Kelley, November 12, 1941 Western Union Telegram to Dr. John Hoffman, Dean, Cincinnati Conservatory, from Jessie Stillman-Kelley, November 12, 1941 Western Union Telegram to Mrs. George Howard from Jessie Stillman-Kelley, November 12, 1941 Letter to Dear Lady from Miss Etelka Evans, October 2, 1942 Letter to Mrs. Kelley from George H. Klusmeyer, October 20, 1942 Letter to Mrs. Edgar Stillman Kelley from Mrs. Paul J. Weaver with attached letter to Librarian of Edgar Stillman Kelly [sic] Collection from Thusnelda T. Tope, January 15, 1943 Letter to My Dear from Anne, December 18, 1944 with small letter attached from Anne on name card of Mrs. Guy patterson Gannett Letter to Mrs. Edgar Stillman Kelley from Carrie Moody Williams, October 3, 1944 Letter to Mrs. Edgar Stillman Kelley from Edith Heyes Greene, November 18, 1944, attached vote for election Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Fred Piket, March 22, 1945 Letter to Mrs. Edgar Stillman Kelley from Helen Havener, March 27, 1945 with attached letter to Friends from Edna Ocker, March 13, 1945 Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Joseph Wagner, April 18, 1945 Letter to Mrs. Edgar Stillman Kelley from Helen Havener, April 20, 1945 Letter to National Federation of Music Clubs, Attn: Mrs. Edgar Stillman Kelley (with envelope) from Aileen Peters, May 34, 1945 with attached: What is Chamber Music? Letter to Mrs. Edgar Stillman Kelley from Sgt. Charles C. Peterson, June 9, 1945 Letter to Mrs. Kelley from C. Stewart Todd, June 17, 1945 Letter to Mrs. Edgar Stillman Kelley from Robert Stoltze, July 2, 1945 Envelope addressed to Mrs. Edgar Stillman Kelley from Cpt. Robert Stoltze, July 3, 1945 Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Gardner Read, August 12, 1945 Letter top Mrs. Edgar Stillman Kelley from Blanche Moore Matthews, October 8, 1945 Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Katharine E. Lucke, November 28, 1945 Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Mr. Reginald Darby, November 29, 1945 Letter to Mrs. Stillman Kelley (with envelope) from H.F.M., December 3, 1945 Christmas Greetings letter to Jessie from Cornelia B. Warner, December 13, 1945 Letter to Mrs. Edgar Stillman Kelley from Alma K. Anderson, March 3, 1946 Letter to Mrs. Anderson from Mrs. Edgar Stillman Kelley, March 12, 1946 Letter to Mrs. Edgar Stillman-Kelley from Lolita Cabrera Gainsborg, May 24, 1948 Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Theodore S. Evans, September 21, 1948 Letter to Mrs. Jessie Stillman Kelley from Esther, October 11, 1948

    Folder 2: JSK, Correspondence, Undated Letters and Notes

    Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Elsie Press, Tuesday Morning, Date Unknown Card to Mrs. Kelley from Elsie, Saturday, Date Unknown Letter to Mrs. Kelley, on Western College stationary, Date Unknown Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Mary Helen James, Date Unknown Letter from Mrs. Edgar Stillman Kelley, Date Unknown Letter from Mrs. Edgar Stillman Kelley, Date Unknown Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Fern Dielmann, Date Unknown Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Illinois Federation of Music, Mrs. Louis Kirschbaum, Date Unknown (only first page) Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Grace Kirschbaum, Date Unknown Letter to Mrs. Edgar Stillman Kelley from Mary Stratton, August 6, Year Unknown Page Two of Letter from Jessie Stillman-Kelley, Date Unknown Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Mabel Black T., Date Unknown Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Gena Brauscombe, Date Unknown Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Maude Vallance, Date Unknown Letter to Dearest Jessie, Date Unknown Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Helen McBride, Sunday, Date Unknown Letter from Jessie Stillman Kelley on back of Ohio Federation of Music Clubs Official Call to the 1932 State Convention Letter to Mrs. Kelley from L. Ebbert Parlin, Date Unknown Letter to Mrs. Edgar Stillman-Kelley from Allen, August 8, somewhere in New Mexico, Date Unknown Letter to beloved Sister Jessie, Sunday, Date Unknown Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Florence, June 20, Year Unknown Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Merle Thrasher, Friday, Date Unknown Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Mrs. Arthur L. Roberts, Date Unknown Letter/Notes on Manager Hotels-New York City Stationary, Date Unknown (3 pages) Letter/Notes on lined paper, Date Unknown (3 pages) Western Union Telegram to Mrs. Edgar Stillman Kelley from Agnes, September 7, Year Unknown Western Union Telegram to Mr. Norman Kelley from Cousin Jessie, Date Unknown Western Union Telegram from Mrs. Edgar Stillman Kelley, Date Unknown Western Union Telegram to Joseph Sundo from Mrs. Stillman Kelley, Date Unknown Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Catherine J. Gregg, November 7, Year Unknown Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Mary Davis-Hahn, Thursday, Date Unknown Letter, October 15, Year Unknown Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Susan Davis, Date Unknown

    Letter to Queen of Music Realms from Ora D. Lane, Date Unknown (Copy) Letter to Queen of Music Realms from Ora D. Lane, Date Unknown (Copy) Letter to Queen of Music Realms from Ora D. Lane, Date Unknown (Copy) Letter to Queen of Music Realms from Ora D. Lane, Date Unknown (Manuscript) Western Union Telegram to E. L. K., Date Unknown Western Union Telegram, Date Unknown Letter/Note on Hotel Gibson Stationary, Date Unknown Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Gray, September 25, Year Unknown Letter from Ora D. Lane, Sunday, Date Unknown Letter to Mrs. Harry Elstuer Talbott, Date Unknown Letter to Mrs. Stillman-Kelley from Jeannette M. Thurbert, October 21, Year Unknown Letter/Note on The Western College for Women Stationary (2 pages) Western Union Telegram to Mrs. Stillman Kelley from Altwater Kent, Date Unknown Notes on Schedules of Recitations (2 pages) Western Union Telegram to Mrs. Edgar Stillman-Kelley from Edgar, Date Unknown Notes on Schedules of Recitations (4 pages) Letter to Gentlemen from Mrs. E. H. Cahill, Date Unknown Letter to Mrs. Kelley from D. D. Cahill, February 12, Year Unknown Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Abbie L. Snoddy, Date Unknown Letter to Mrs. Kelley, Date Unknown Miscellaneous Note/Letter (1 page) Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Hazel S. Steele, Date Unknown Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Nelle Rothwell May, November 10, Year Unknown Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Dee D. Cahill, June 17, Year Unknown Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Louise McKee, Date Unknown Letter to Mrs. Kelly [sic] from Halstead, February 29, Year Unknown Letter to Mrs. Kelley, May 23, Year Unknown Letter to Trio-Cornelius Van Vleet, Cellist; Salvatore De Stefano, Harpist; John Corgliano, Violinist; from Charles Pearson, Date Unknown Letter to Mrs. Kelley from D. D. Cahill, Date Unknown Western Union Telegram from Edgar Stillman Kelley (and Mrs. Kelley), Date Unknown Letter to Mrs. Kelly [sic] from Mrs. C. H. M. [?], Date Unknown Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Laura Recktenwalt, Date Unknown Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Marie Maddy, Tuesday, Nineteenth, Date Unknown Note/Letter (1 page) Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Margaret, Date Unknown Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Harold Triggs, Date Unknown Letter to Miss Mabel Viney, from Managing Director, Date Unknown Letter from Gray, Date Unknown Letter to My dear from Nancy Crabbs, Date Unknown Letter to McEwing, Date Unknown Western Union Telegram to Bacher, Date Unknown Letter to Mr. Loomis, Date Unknown Western Union Telegram to Mrs. Edgar S. Kelley from Amelia Donovan, December 10, Year Unknown Letter to my dears from Eva Louise, Date Unknown Note/Letter on Schedule of Recitations (3 pages) Letter to my dear from O.D.L., Tuesday, Date Unknown Note/Letter on lined paper Western Union Telegram to Mrs. Edgar Stillman Kelley from Catherine Gregg, December 5, Year Unknown Letter, Date Unknown Letter to Mrs. Kelley, from Bertha Mathers, December 13, Year Unknown Western Union Holiday Greeting to Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Stillman Kelley, from Edith Western Union Telegram Note Letter to Mrs. Kelley, Saturday, Date Unknown Note on back of Program for Recital by Miss Elizabeth Driver, April 19, 1930 Letter to Common Stockholders of The American Rolling Mill Company from Chairman of the Board, Date Unknown

    Folder 3: JSK, Correspondence, Notes, Pamphlets, Programs, etc.

    Letter to Mrs. Kent from Martha Maurer, September 14, 1930 Important! Flyer (2 copies) Program for Mrs. Stillman Kelley presents Miss Lucile Wilkin in a Piano Recital... March 24, 1916 Pamphlet Letter To Our Musicians (2 copies) Misc. Notes (manuscript, 1 page) Printed Notes/Information Page Easter in California Poem Ecstacy [sic] Poem MS page of Program to be given at Springfield, I, Fortnightly Musical Club Opera Budget Charts (3 pages) State Audition Dates Page Form of Proposal of Candidates, National Institute of Arts and Letters Second part of an article “Holding the Fort” about the American Institute of Arts and Letters, 1971 National Broadcasting Company Radio Program on White House Conference Pages Notes on back of Page 3 Page 2 W. Otto Miessner, Schedule of Institutes Page Newspaper Article National Federation of Music Clubs to Hold Biennial Convention The MacDowell League Member's Pledge Card Indiana Federation of Art Clubs, Bulletin No. 2, Vol. V, November 1, 1930 Member's Ticket for The Wednesday Afternoon Musical Club Membership Tickets for The Wednesday Afternoon Musical Club Program for the Committee for the Meeting of State Board of Ohio Federation of Music Clubs, Cincinnati, October 21 and 22, 1930 Women and World Peace, by Mrs. John F. Sippel, Ladies Home Journal, February 1929 L.A. Music Leader Says Junior Symphony Rare Bloom in Garden City, The Oregon Journal, April 15, 1930 Program for Junior Day, May 17, 1930, Seventh Annual Convention, Maine Federation of Music Clubs Program for Junior Day, May 17, Afternoon Session To Protect Art by Neutral Flag, The New York Times, Friday, August 8, 1930 Program for Madeleine Monnier, Celliste Newspaper clipping, George Wharton Pepper In the Senate Bill, Western Union Telegraph Company, August 1930 American Railway Express Co., Inc. Form Program for Rosalie Saalfeld Program for The Etelka Gerster School of Singing, Opening October 1, 1930 News of 1930, Bulletin No. 15, October 1928 Ohio Federation of Music Clubs, State Bulletin, November 1923 Letter to Madame President from Mrs. Frank A. Seiberling, Date Unknown Europe 1895-1923 Page 1/2 Pennsylvania Federation of Music Clubs, Vol. II No. 6, October 1923 Indiana Federation of Music Clubs Bulletin, Vol. II No. 9, September 1923 Missouri Federation of Music Clubs News Letter, Date Unknown The Mothers Memorial (Booklet, with an invitation on the first page to Mrs. Edgar S. Kelley to participate in organizing the Mothers Memorial Foundation) Program for The National Federation of Music Clubs, Song Recital by Madame Maria Maximovitch, Amy Lee, Accompanist, September 12, 1941 Invitation to The Ohio Federation of Music Clubs event Life and Letters of Edmund Clarence Stedman Pamphlet

    Note: Contents in the Edgar Stillman Kelley Collection are listed into various boxes contained within the content item. There are 103 boxes contained in this collection.

    Content Item 5: Boxes 80-84

    Box 80: JSK, Music Clubs

    Folder 1: Music Clubs, Contests, Judges, etc.

    List of Subjects and Semester Hours for Music Field Courses Still to be Taken for B.M. Degree Page Two of Courses Still to be Taken for B.M. Degree Young Artists Program National Federation of Music Clubs/New York Federation of Music Clubs Information Page National Federation of Music Clubs/New York Federation of Music Clubs Information Page Pamphlet for National Interstate Student Contest to be conducted by the National Federation of Music Clubs National Federation of Music Clubs Student Contest Materials, April 1927 Soprano Lyric Page Soprano Lyric Page Soprano Lyric Page Soprano Lyric Page Soprano Lyric MS Page Soprano Lyric Notes Page Young Artists Page Page two of Young Artists The National Federation of Music Clubs, Application Questionnaire for the second biennial Students Contest Young Artists Page with notes California Federation of Music Clubs Page Donors of Prizes for Young Artist Musicians of National Contests Page Label reading 4. One piece of Student's choice Label reading Separate contest bulletins... Student Violin Notes Page Notes of 4. Any of the pieces by... Purpose of the Contest Page Contestants Information Page National Federation of Music Clubs, Entry blank for the first biennial Students Contest National Interstate Contest Form National Federation of Music Clubs Application- Questionnaire for the Young Artists’ Seventh Biennial Contests Top of The National Federation of Music Clubs Letterhead/Stationary Purpose of the Contest Information Page Pamphlet for National Interstate Student Contest to be conducted by the National Federation of Music Clubs with notes Madam Samaroff's Piano Requirements for Students Page Notes reading III. Last movement of the Sonate... Young Artists Page Contest Chairmen Page 1 Contest Chairmen Page 2 Notes on people from different states Prize Awards: Page Pamphlet with National Federation of Music Clubs Entry Blank for the First Biennial Students Contest Notes from Thomie Prewett Williams, Conservatory of Music, Cincinnati Reserve Page Seventh Biennial National Contest for Young Artist Musicians Western Union Telegram to Mrs. Edgar Stillman Kelley from Emma K. Fisher Young Artists Notes Page National Prizes: Page (3 copies) Second Biennial National Contest for Student Musicians Information Page (3 copies) Page 7/8 from Official Bulletin- National Federation of Music Clubs Music Magazine Pages 5/6 Music Magazine Pages 35/36 Notes- Unidentified Student Musicians Page Expense Notes Yellow/Orange Page on Students- Musicians Yellow/Orange Page on Young Artists An American Institution Published by American Society of Composers An American Institution published by American Society of Composers, Authors, and Publishers Young Artists Contest for Pianists...Violinists...Vocalists Draft of Program for Eighth Biennial National Contest for Young Artist Musicians Draft of Program for Second Biennial National Contest for Student Musicians National Federation of Music Clubs Application-Questionnaire for the Young Artists’ Seventh Biennial Contests National Federation of Music Clubs Application-Questionnaire for the First Biennial Students Contest List of officers National Federation of Music Clubs Application-Questionnaire for the Young Artists’ Second Biennial Contests Sixteenth Biennial Convention, National Federation of Music Clubs, Theme of Program- “Peace”, (Festival Masses Chorus Concert)

    Folder 2: Music Clubs, Contests, Judges, etc.

    Label reading The judges will consider the following points in rating the performance of the contestants... National Prizes Page Judges Ballot- Violin Solo Judges Ballot- Piano Solo Judges Ballot- Tenor Solo Judges Ballot- Soprano Solo Judges Ballot- Baritone Solo Judges Ballot- Alto Solo National Interstate Contest for Student Musicians- Soprano Solo, Judging Comments Page National Interstate Contest for Student Musicians- Tenor Solo, Judging Comments Page National Interstate Contest for Student Musicians- Baritone Solo, Judging Comments Page National Interstate Contest for Student Musicians- Violin Solo, Judging Comments Page National Federation of Music Clubs Biennial Badges, etc. (in envelope) National Federation of Music Clubs Library List Petition to the International Disarmament Conference (to be held at Geneva, 1932) from the Women of the United States of America Artist Committee and Executive Committee Lists (3 copies) Petition to the Members of the United States Senate from the women of the United States of America (handwritten notes fill the back of the page, possibly about Gulliver?) The National Federation of Music Clubs believes... (3 copies) First Biennial Federation Music Students Contests of the National Federation of Music Clubs Pages Test Pieces Page Pamphlet announcing The Official List for the Fifth Annual Music Memory Contest, April 24, 1925 Letter to Mr. Wilcox, January 26, 1925 Letter to Mrs. Kelley from E. H. Wilcox, January 24, 1925 Prize Awards: Page Letter to Mrs. Edgar Stillman Kelley, President National Federation of Music Clubs, from Mrs. Elfridg S. Jones, April 25, 1927 Donor of Prizes Page Contest Notes in envelope to Mrs. Edgar Stillman Kelley, President National Federation of Music Clubs Letter to Mrs. Kelley from F. T. Dereks (2 pages) The Critic Talks to Music Lovers Article by Samuel L. Laciar Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Katherine Palmer Letter to Mrs. Chamberlain from Dorothea M. Minst, 2/22/26 Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Emily Bentley Dow, June 20, 1927 Letter to Mrs. Kelley with To the Chairman of Young Artists Contest for 1927 and 1929 Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Mrs. T. J. Lorraine Riach, June 14, 1927 Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Mrs. R. H. Hall, May 30, 1927 Letter to Mrs. Anderson, May 30, 1927 Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Mrs. W. W. Audrus, May 25, 1927 Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Mrs. Audrus Letter to Mrs. Edgar Stillman Kelley from Mrs. E.E. Ivy G. Corfman including: The Utah Federation of Music Clubs Membership Card Ticket for The Utah Federation of Music Clubs, Samuel Harwill, Pianist, Monday, April 18, 1927 notes of Members of the Utah Fed. M.C. Letter to Mrs. Kelley from E. H. Wilcox, April 29, 1924 Letter to Mrs. Kelley from E. H. Wilcox, March 17, 1924 Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Loraine Evans, May 14, 1924, with notes Letter to Mrs. Jardine, May 9, 1924 National Federation of Music Clubs, Standardization in Listing American Composers Page Second Biennial National Contest for Student Musicians draft with details of the contest Eighth Biennial National Contest for Young Musicians draft First Annual Federation Music Students’ Contests of the National Federation of Music Clubs (Papers establishing the goals and regulations of the contests) Letter to Mr. Randolph from Mrs. Edwin B., March 12, 1925 Letter to Mr. Morse from Mrs. Edwin B., March 20, 1925 Letter to Mrs. Garrigues, March 25, 1925 Envelope addressed to Mr. Arthur H. Morse, March 20, 1925

    Folder 3: Music Clubs, Contests, Judges, etc.

    News Release, New York Federation of Music Clubs, September 6, 1946 Notes on National Federation of Music Clubs Mrs. Edgar Stillman Kelley, President Stationary News Release from Helen Havener, Publicity Director, National Federation of Music Clubs Letter to Federation Co-Worker from Mrs. Guy P. Gannett, July 10, 1945 Letter to Club President from Mrs. Guy P. Gannett, April 29, 1944 Letter to Board Member from Mrs. Guy P. Gannett, October 10, 1944 Letter to State Chairman from Mary Howe, January 22, 1945 List of American Compositions for Small Orchestra compiled by American Composition Committee of the National Federation of Music Clubs Letter to the National Federation of Music Clubs, Department of Chamber Music, Attention: Mrs. Eber Arthur from Lee Andritsos, May 6, 1945 National Federation of Music Clubs letter to Friends of the Federation, November 21, 1942 New York Federation of Music Clubs, Inc. Stationary Duties of a state chairmen of Young Artists Auditions as outlined by Miss Ruth Ferry, National Chairman Page (two copies) Official Call to the Twenty-Ninth Annual State Convention for the Ohio Federation of Music Clubs, May 5-7, 1948 Ninth Biennial Prize for Competition for American Composers Pamphlet Letter to the Kelleys, from the Fishers Letter to Mrs. Kelley from L. M. Lyon, August 16, 1924 Group of Letters The University of North Dakota, Department of Music, Page 2, 11/5/23 Page Three of the University of North Dakota, Department of Music, 11/5/23 Letter to Mrs. Kelley, November 5, 1923 Letter to Mrs. Lyons from E. H. Wilcox, September 21, 1923 (2 pages) Notes on back of Letter to Madam from Blond, November 15, 1923 Piano (4 pages) Second Page of Letter from E. H. Wilcox, 11/13/23 Letter to Mrs. Kelley from E. H. Wilcox, November 23, 1923 First page of Letter to Mrs. Kelley, November 13, 1923 Unidentified page reading, Aria. Some weeks back after receiving... Unidentified page reading, Evidence shows that District President was dominated by National Committeeman. Page reading, Copy- Report ...Wilox Copy- Statement- EA Flinn Jr. Pages 1-3 Letter to Mr. E. H. Wilcox, May 29, 1925 First Page of Letter to Mr. E. H. Wilcox, May 27, 1925 Letter to Friends from Mrs. T. J. Lorraine Griffin Riach, March 31, 1927 Letter to Madame President and Directors, March 30, 1927 Letter to Mrs. Riach, March 29, 1927 Copy of Letter to Whom it may concern, from Mrs. William George Wilt, April 27, 1925 Copy of Letter to Whom it may concern, from Elvera W. Beason, April 20, 1925 Letter to Rev L. S. Bowerman from Don Copy of Letter to Mr. Wilcox, April 30, 1925 Copy of Letter to Mr. Bowerman from D. W. Bennett, May 19, 1925 Copy of Letter to Mr. Wilcox, May 13, 1925 Letter to Mrs. Hall from Mrs. John F. Lyone, President, National Federation of Music Clubs Letter to Mrs. Lyone from Mary G. Reed, October 8, Year Unknown Letter to Mrs. Lyons from P. G. Clapp, October 8, 1924 Letter to Dr. Clapp from Mrs. John F. Lyons, October 16, 1924 Letter to Mrs. Kelley from L. M. Lyons, July 31, 1924 Letter to Mrs. Kelley from L. M. Lyons, July 23, 1924 Letter to Mrs. Kelley from L. M. Lyons, March 25, 1924 Letter to Mrs. Hall from E. H. Wilcox, February 16, 1924 Pamphlet for First Contest for Junior Students of Music Letter to Mrs. Stillman from Mrs. William John Hall, April 21, 1924 Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Addye Yeargain Hall, March 23, Year Unknown Young Artists Notes Piano Requirements for Young Artists Notes Madame Samaroff's Piano Requirements for Students’ Page Misc. Notes on Student Musicians Clippings Letter to Mrs. Edgar Stillman Kelley from Florence W. Anderson, May 23, 1927 The National Federation of Music Clubs, Mrs. Edgar Stillman Kelley, President, Enrollment Form/Certificate Contest Chairmen List Report of Contest Chairmen (2 copies) Note reading Violin cello Page reading Organ. Note reading III. Last movement of the Sonate National Interstate Contest for Student Musicians- Piano Judging Comments Page

    Folder 4: Newspaper Clippings, Programs, Music

    Mrs. Edgar Stillman Kelley's copy of the Special Commemoration Edition of Washington's Farewell Address to the People of the United States Program for Song Recital by Naomi R. Hoffman, Monday, September 12, Year Unknown The Utah Federation of Music Clubs Membership Card, April 1, 1927 to April 1, 1928 Present Officers Retained by Music Clubs Article Opera Rehearsal Hours Changed for Men, Women Article Article with advertisements (2 pieces) Marion Talley Coming Article Clipping Westminster gives Annual Program Music Faculty Presents Soloist Article At the Court of Love Pamphlet Elect Officers at Convention & Noted Pianist In Recital Tonight Articles Pianist Plays to Big Crowd Article Musicians Open State Conference Article Elect Officers at Convention Article, June 23, 1927 Music Hath Charms, but Not for W.B. Jefferson Article State Music Conclave Here Article, June 19, 1927 Music Program Opens on Wed. June 21, 1927 Article Music Program Opens Wednesday Article, Tuesday, June 21, 1927 Musicians Open State Conclave Article, June 22, 1927 Utah Federation of Music Clubs Stationary WNYC and a Musical Tradition Article A Scotch Joyl Program, May 17, 1940 Mozart as an Allegorist, Reprinted from Musical Courier, November 15, 1930 (4 copies) Kingdom Pamphlet No. 1 America's Midnight Hour, January 31, 1933 Oratorio: How it Began: First Records of Singing Found in Bible- The Sources of Inspiration by John Warren Erb, reprinted from Singing Plays Original Role & Riegger's Work Wins Music Critics Award “Riegger’s Work Wins Music Critics Award”, The New York Times, Tuesday, June 8, 1948 “Phils Trip Cards on Sisler Homers”, The New York Times, Tuesday, June 8, 1948 “Largest Telescope Dedicated to Man’s Service at Palomar” Article by WIlliam L. Lawrence, The New York Times, Date Unknown “Spare Holy Land is Spellman Plea” Article “The Statue” by Eleanor Roosevelt, Article Program for Arthur Alan Olsen, “Promising Young Pianist Chooses Baldwin Today’s Greatest Piano” “Paris Commies” by Eleanor Roosevelt, Article “May Dearness, Symphony Workers Assemble at “Peterloon”” Article The Little Defenders, March of the Trombones, Prelude Op. 28, No. 9 Sheet Music, March 1944 Oratorio: How it Began: First Records of Singing Found in Bible- The Sources of Inspiration by John Warren Erb, reprinted from Singing Carnegie Hall Program, 1944 Musical Leader, According to Marion Bauer Article The Technic of the Month conducted by Guy Maier March 1944 Carnegie Hall booklet

    Folder 5: Articles, Programs

    “Class Day Celebrated at Conservatory”, The Cincinnati Enquirer, June 11, 1936 “Federation History a Fine Record of Achievement”, Musical America, April 25, 1935 Music Club Magazine, October 1930 “Great Yesterdays in Music”, From a Conference with Dr. Edgar Stillman Kelley, Eminent American Composer, Music and Culture March 1944 “Birthday Celebration in Oxford” Article “Two Colleges Bestow Honorary Degrees on Mrs. Stillman-Kelley” Article, Musical America, June 1934 “Receives Double Honor” Musical Courier, July 14, 1934 “Choir's Success is due to Two Personalities” Grand Rapids Herald, November 19, Year Unknown (1920?) Blurb on Mrs. Stillman-Kelley Note on The Cecilian Club “Westward Ho! To San Francisco!” Article (Reprint from February, 1930, Music Club Magazine) New York Federation of Music Clubs, Inc. Letterhead: List of officers Pages 4, 9, 10, 15, 16, 17, and 18 from the Musical Leader, assumed to be from the same issue: April, 1946 Vol. 78 No. 4. Includes the following two articles: “Mrs. Stillman-Kelley to Appear with Gale String Quartet”, Dec. Musical Leader, Page 10 (mentioning JSK) “Mrs. Stillman Kelley Leads Legislative Session”, Musical Leader Page 17 Photo of JSK from the Directory of the National Federation of Music Clubs President's Message from the Directory of the National Federation of Music Clubs Note reading Mrs. Edgar Stillman Kelley (Jessie Gregg Kelley) Clipping about Mrs. Stillman Kelley with notes on it Two pages of Articles from Musical Leader July 1934; “Honors for Mrs. Edgar Stillman Kelley” Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Mrs. George Stevenson Syme, February 26, 1935 with notes and questionnaire Provisional Paragraphs for Dean Byrne Short information pages on JSK (2 pages) The National Federation of Music Clubs Newsletter/Pamphlet Western Round-Up, Vol. 21, No. 19, Friday, May 4, 1951 Pages 35-36 of Musical America October 10, 1941 Music Club Magazine, National Federation of Music Clubs, October 1930 [Short] Biography of: Jessie Stillman Kelley (two copies) “Honored at Oxford”, Article, Wednesday, June 13, 1934 “Symphony Commentator”, The Enquirer, Cincinnati, Thursday, October 13, 1938 (2 copies) Junior Bulletin National Federation of Music Clubs, Vol. 4 No. 5 Program for the Ohio Federation of Music Clubs official call to Ohio Board Meeting in Dayton, Ohio, Oct. 6 and 7, 1933 Musical America, April 25, 1935 Pages 1, 4, 5, and 6

    Folder 6: Articles, Programs

    Guest at Luncheon The Cincinnati Times-Star (2 copies) May Dearness, Leaders in Federation to Attend Dayton Event Article, Wednesday, October 12, 1938 Ohio Woman is Named Head of Council of Arts Dayton Journal Sunday, December 13, 1934 Concert to Honor MacDowell Musical Leader Musical Art Celebrates 20th Anniversary At Dinner Article Musical Art will Give Dinner Party, 1936 Receives Two Music Degrees Article Honored by 2 Colleges 1934 Cincinnati Times-Star Article Mrs. Grief dies at 90, Widow of Composer, The New York Times, Tuesday, December 10, 1935 President's Message from Jessie Stillman Kelley Honored at Oxford Article, Wednesday, June 13, 1934 Program for The Women's Music Club to present the Cleveland Orchestra in a Matinee for Young People, November 9, 1923 (2 copies) Speaking of Modern Art Article Photograph Clipping of Concert Mrs. Vincent Astor Heads the Committee for Navy Relief Society Dance Oct. 22 Article Great Painters of France Are Represented in Collection to be Exhibited in Cincinnati, The Enquirer Cincinnati Program for Western College Commencement Recital, Sunday, June 1, 1958 Oratorio: How it Began, First Records of Singing Found in Bible- The Source of Inspiration by John Warren Erb, Reprinted from Singing (2 copies) Western College Commencement Concert Program, June 5, 1932 Tschaikowsky Script of Play Form titled “Aus der Koniglichen Bibliothek zu Berlin” (mentioning Tschaikowsky) Calling up the Dodo Article Detroit Biennial to Present Choral Composition Article Interlochen Bowl, National Music Camp Operetta Workshop, Program, Saturday, August 8, 1942 Agenda of Fifth Congress of American Poets, New York World's Fair, New York Program for Song Recital by Madame Maria Maximovitch, September 12, 1941 Program from the Clifton Music Club, Cincinnati, Ohio, presenting Mrs. Edgar Stillman Kelley, Pianist with the Queen City String Quartet, October 21, 1941 (2 copies) Flyer for Carina Orasto, Dramatic Soprano Putting New Faiths to Work, The Arts Guild Article with Educational Procedures of the Arts Guild Three Pages from Musical America April 25, 1935 Carnegie Hall Program (Signed Brico Cesana) 1929 Critics of Films to Make their own Article (2 copies) The Bohemians Program with Mme. Kirsten Flagstad, Guest of Honor, Celebrating the Twenty-Fifth Anniversary of her Operatic Career, Sunday, December 18, 1938

    Folder 7: Articles, Programs

    Fast Machine Held Aid to Roosevelt Article Holyoke's New Plan The New York Times, Sunday, June 16, 1935 In Washington December 25, 1934 President Asked to Speed Housing Article Miscellaneous Article Clipping from Herald Tribune Pa ett out twice last week Article In Society, The Enquirer, Cincinnati, Saturday, December 1, 1934 End Poverty Plan Offered by Woman The New York Times, Sunday, June 23, 1935 Flyer for Historic Art Galleries, Barbizon-Plaza Hotel, New York Class Day Celebrated at Conservatory The Enquirer, Cincinnati, Thursday, June 11, 1936 Envelope with Damrosch clippings Program for Robertina Robertson, Contralto Mrs. Talbott Article continued from other page My Aims Paper Dr. Edgar Stillman-Kelley Honored on the Occasion of His Birthday Musical America May 10, 1934 The Mystic Trumpeter Program, Pine Grove Theatre, Friday, September 2, 1927 Our America Flyer reprinted from the New York Times, December 2, 1923 Poems of Science Pamphlet Program for Cordelia Ayer Paine, Song Poet of the Piano, with article from June-July-August 1932 Invitation from the Elizabeth Sprague Coolidge Foundation on Sunday, April 14 to meet the Composers and Artists participating in the Ninth Festival of Chamber Music, Year Unknown Invitation from The Michigan Federation of Music Clubs, Twenty-Fourth Annual Convention, April 10, 11, 12, 1940 Invitation from the North Carolina Federation of Music Clubs, Twenty-Fourth Annual Convention, April 24-27, 1940 Invitation from the Pennsylvania Federation of Music Clubs, at Banquet, Thursday Invitation to meet Mrs. Elizabeth Sprague Coolidge and the Artists participating in the Library of Congress Chamber Music Festival, Saturday, April 13, 1943 Envelope with Clipping of Mrs. Chandler Starr, Rockford Club about Pilgrim National Federation of Music Clubs, Information for State Presidents and State Choral Chairmen Letter to Members of NBC Advisory Panel of Listeners, from the Public Service Program Division of the National Broadcasting Company Program for Mayor La Guardia and the New York City WPA Music Project presents The New York City Symphony Orchestra, Carnegie Hall, Sunday Evenings New York City Colony National Society New England Women, Year Book, 1940-1941 List of October 17, 1941 List of the Women's Division of the Greater New York Committee Nita Milstead, English Pianist, In Recital Program Invitation to the Matine Musicale Club, Cincinnati, Recital of Pianoforte Music by Jos Iturbi, October 21, 1930 Bulletin No. 1, The National Federation of Music Clubs Bulletin No. 1, The National Federation of Music Clubs draft, attached is a Preliminary Announcement of the Stillman Kelley Scholarship Fund Page on the Kelleys Bulletin No. 1, The National Federation of Music Clubs New York Federation of Music Clubs, Inc. Envelope New York City Federation of Womens Clubs, Inc. Resolutions Submitted, October 31, 1941 Program for the One Hundred and Sixteenth Convention of the New York City federation of Women’s Clubs, October 31, 1941 President's Message from Clubs for December, 1933 Dedication Copies Notes $3,000 Notes $1.45 Notes Program for the U. S. Works Progress Administration Federal Music Project of New York City, Composers Forum-Laboratory, January 27, 1937 Jazz on Way Out, Music Club Head Says Article Ripped letter from Clara K. Vollmer

    Folder 8: JSK, Correspondence

    Letter to Mrs. Edgar Stillman Kelley from Mrs. John Alexander Jardine, July 13, 1934 Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Mrs. John Alexander Jardine, August 25, 1934 Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Mrs. John Alexander Jardine, June 26, 1935 Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Mrs. John Alexander Jardine, June 26, 1935 Letter (in envelope) to Mrs. Edgar Stillman Kelley from National Federation of Music Clubs, April 23, 1940 Letter to Mrs. Kelley from A. H. Schroeden, April 2, 1947 Letter to Jessie, April 3rd, 1949 Letter to Mrs. Edgar Stillman Kelley from Mrs. Depew Head Executive Director, The Martha Kinney Cooper Ohioana Library, October 10, 1945 Letter to Jessie from Arthur Farwell, April 1, 1947 Letter to Mrs. Kelley from White Laughlin, June 1, 1932 Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Helen, June 3, 1936; Letter, May 17 Letter to Mrs. Kelley, from Mrs. C. Arthur Bullock, October 21, 1948 Letter to Dr. Kelley, October 28 Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Ralph K. Hickok, May 10, 1934 Letter to Madam President from Mrs. Edgar Stillman-Kelley, May 31, 1930 Notes on envelope Letter to Mrs. Stillman-Kelley, August 30, 1948 Letter to Mrs. Fields, Date Unknown Letter to Mrs. Stillman-Kelley, from Brie Fields, July 11, 1948 Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Ethel Glasby, Wednesday, September 15, 1948 Letter to Jessie from Arthur M. Abell, March 26, 1947 Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Gertrude D. Brill Christmas Card from Mrs. Richard Meredith Gray Christmas Card from Herbert Greer French, 1930 Christmas Card from Wilmerad Christmas Card from Mr. & Mrs. James L. Price Christmas Card from Mr. & Mrs. Robert Denton Christmas Card from Mr. & Mrs. Walter Charles Love, Marian May and Bobbie Christmas Card from Alfred and Nance O'Neil Devereux-Hickman Letter from Sunday, Date Unknown Letter to Mrs. Kelley from James Rowland Angell, June 24, 1940 Letter to Mr. Kelley from James C. Tebbetts, September 26, 1939

    Folder 9: JSK Correspondence: Donations from Rod Nimtz

    Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Walter Damruntz (?), November 28, 1928

    Folder 10: JSK, Musical Monitor, 1917

    The Musical Monitor: The Official Magazine of the National Federation of Musical Clubs, April 1917

    Box 81: JSK, Music Clubs

    Folder 1: JSK, National Federation of Music Clubs, Magazines & Programs, 1923-1926

    Ohio Federation of Music Clubs, 1923 Official Program Book 1924 Convention, Ohio Music Teachers Association Forty-second annual session and Ohio Federation of Music Clubs Sixth annual session and Association of Presidents of State Music Teachers Associations Tenth Annual session, Toledo, Ohio, April 28, 29, 30, May 1, 2, 1924 Music News, Indianapolis and Ohio Special, May 16, 1924 Official Program Book of Ohio Music Teachers Association Forty-fourth Annual Session Ohio Federation of Music Clubs Eighth Annual Session, Cincinnati, April 27, 28, 29, 30, 1926 Child Welfare Magazine, April 1926

    Folder 2: JSK, National Federation of Music Clubs, 1926

    National Federation of Music Clubs, 1926 National Federation of Music Clubs, 1926

    Folder 3: National Federation of Music Clubs, Magazines & Programs, 1927

    Official Bulletin, May 1927 National Federation of Music Clubs, A Detailed Account of The Singing Biennial at Chicago, April 18th to 25th, 1927 National Federation of Music Clubs 1927

    Folder 4: National Federation of Music Clubs, Magazines & Programs, 1928

    National Federation of Music Clubs, 1928

    Folder 5: National Federation of Music Clubs, Magazines & Programs, 1929

    National Federation of Music Clubs, 1929

    Folder 6: National Federation of Music Clubs, Magazines & Programs, 1929

    Music Supervisors National Conference Program, Spring 1929 National Association of Schools of Music: Constitution and By-Laws, Specimen Examinations, Approved Curricula, Code of Ethics, Membership, 1929 Convention Bulletin and Official Program of the North Carolina Federation of Music Clubs, Asheville Convention, April 10, 11, 12, 1929 The Music Club Magazine, Official Bulletin, National Federation of Music Clubs, May-June 1929

    Folder 7: National Federation of Music Clubs, Magazines & Programs, 1930-1931

    Cincinnati Fine Arts Journal, Cincinnati, Ohio, October 1930 Ohio Federation of Music Clubs 1930 National Association of Schools of Music: Constitution and By-Laws, Specimen Examinations, Approved Curricula, Code of Ethics, Membership, 1931

    Folder 8: National Federation of Music Clubs, Magazines & Programs, 1931

    National Federation of Music Clubs, 1931

    Folder 9: National Federation of Music Clubs, Magazines & Programs, 1932

    Chicago Musical College, Summer Master School 1932 Honor Listing of Winners in National, State, and District School Music Contests, Receiving Certificate Awards, 1932

    Folder 10: National Federation of Music Clubs, Magazines & Programs, 1932-1933

    Cincinnati Conservatory of Music Summer Bulletin 1932 Cincinnati Conservatory of Music Sixty-Sixth Annual Announcement, 1932-1933 1932 News Letter Lillian-Aldrich-Thayer School of Music, Cincinnati, Ohio Professional Directory of Lecturers, Musicians and Entertainers, Published in conjunction with The Register of Women's Clubs, 1932-1933

    Folder 11: National Federation of Music Clubs, Magazines & Programs, 1932-1936

    Cincinnati Conservatory of Music, Sixty-Seventh Annual Announcement, 1933-1934 Index to the S.A.R. Magazine, Vol. XXVII: July 1932; October 1932; January 1933; April 1933 The Musical Mercury, January-February, 1934 The Musical Mercury, October-November, 1934 Vol. 1 No. 1 Pacific Coast Musician, Vol. XXV, No. 4, February 15, 1936

    Folder 12: JSK, Music Clubs Magazines, 1937 (Donations from Rod Nimtz)

    Music Clubs Magazine, January/February 1937 Music Clubs Magazine, September/October 1937

    Box 82: JSK, Music Clubs & Miscellaneous, Programs, Articles, Publications, Radio, Artifacts, etc.

    Folder 1: National Federation of Music Clubs, Magazines & Programs, 1937-1941

    Music Clubs Magazine, National Federation of Music Clubs, April 23-29, 1937 Musical Leader, Greetings to the National Federation of Music Clubs- Indianapolis, April 23-29, Chicago, Saturday, April 24, 1937 Junior Magazine, Vol. XIII September 1939, October, No. 1 Musical Leader, Vol. 73, No. 10, May 24, 1941 Musical Leader, Vol. 73, No. 14, September 1941

    Folder 2: National Federation of Music Clubs, Magazines & Programs, 1942-1947

    Musical Leader, March 1943 Musical Leader, March 1944 Music Clubs Magazine, September 1945 October Volume XXV No. 1 Musical Courier, June 1946 Musical America, May 1947

    Folder 3: National Federation of Music Clubs, Correspondence

    National Federation of Music Clubs, New York Federation of Music Clubs, State Composition Contest Committee & List of Classifications National Federation of Music Clubs, New York Federation of Music Clubs, State Composition Contest Committee & List of Classifications Miscellaneous Notes Memorandum to the State Prize Winners, Date Unknown Memorandum about the State Committee of the Atwater Kent Audition, Date Unknown Letter to Mrs. Edgar Stillman Kelley, November 27, Year Unknown Information Page about Contest Committee (2 pages) Letter to Mrs. Edgar Stillman Kelley from Josef Castle, Date Unknown Wilcox Report List of Contest Chairmen List of Members attending C.M.T.A. at Oxford, O. June 14-17, 1920 Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Lucile M. Lyons, August 29, 1924 List for Junior Contest, July 25 to June 1927 Letter to Mrs. E. S. Kelley from Regina McAdoo, January 16, 1927 Letter to Mrs. Kelley from E. H. Wilcox, June 7, 1927 Letter to Mrs. Kelley from E. H. Wilcox, June 9, 1927 Letter to Mrs. Tyler from Mrs. Edgar Stillman Kelley, October 31, 1927 Letter to Mrs. Tyler from Mrs. Edgar Stillman Kelley, October 31, 1927 Letter to Mrs. Tyler from Mrs. Edgar Stillman Kelley, October 31, 1927 Letter to Mrs. Morse from Emma T. Fisher, November 12, 1927 Letter to Mrs. Wright from Secretary to National President, Mrs. Edgar Stillman Kelley, December 10, 1927 Letter to Mrs. Kelley, December 26, 1927 Seventh Biennial National Contest for Young Artist Musicians Program, edited for Eighth Contest in 1929 First Biennial National Contest for Student Musicians Program, edited for Second Contest in 1929 Letter to Mrs. McAdoo from Secretary to President, January 27, 1928 Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Wallace Goodrich, February 6, 1928 Western Union Telegram to Mrs. Edgar Stillman Kelley from Wallace Goodrich, February 6, 1928 Western Union Telegram to Mrs. Edgar Stillman Kelley from Wallace Goodrich, February 7, 1928 Letter to Miss Lenore Cornwell from Mrs. Edgar Stillman Kelley, February 10, 1928 Letter to Mrs. William Arms Fisher from Mrs. Edgar Stillman Kelley, February 10, 1928 Suggestions for State Contests to the Chairman of the Young Artists Contest for 1929 Suggestions for District Contests (1929) Second Biennial National Contest for Student Musicians, National Federation of Music Clubs Brochure, June, 1929 Copy/Draft for Second Biennial National Contest for Student Musicians, National Federation of Music Clubs Brochure, June, 1929 Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Julia, January 4, 1938 Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Bee Jones, September 12, 1938 Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Jones, September 29, 1938 Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Helen L. Gunderson, October 26, 1938 Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Helen L. Gunderson, November 2, 1938 Letter to Mrs. Edgar Stillman-Kelley from DD Cohill, November 8, 1938 Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Helen L. Gunderson, November 15, 1938 Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Helen L. Gunderson, November 22, 1938 Letter to Mrs. Kelley, December 19, 1938 (first page); Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Julia, September 26, 1938; Page 2 of letter Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Helen L. Gunderson, December 20, 1938 Letter to Mrs. Kelley (first page), December 28, 1938 Letter to Mr. Pettis from Mrs. Vincent Ober, December 31, 1938 National Federation of Music Clubs & State-National Composition Contest Committee letter to Chairmen of State Composition Contests from Miss Helen L. Gunderson, 1/39 (two copies) Letter to Miss Gunderson from Mrs. Joseph S. Correll, January 13, 1939 Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Julia, January 3, 1939 Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Helen L. Gunderson, January 3, 1939 Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Julia, January 6, 1939 Letter to Miss Merle Halloway, from Marie R. Fary, January 8, 1939 Letter to Mrs. Ober from John Knowles Weaver, January 9, 1939 Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Helen L. Gunderson, January 13, 1939 Letter to Mrs. Edgar Stillman-Kelley from Helen L. Gunderson, January 17, 1939 Letter to Mrs. Edgar Stillman-Kelley from Helen L. Gunderson, January 22, 1939 Envelope with letter, to Mrs. Edgar Stillman Kelley, from Mrs. P. D. Grim, January 25, 1939 Letter to Mrs. Kelley from W. J. Marsh, January 26, 1939 Western Union Telegram to Mrs. Edgar Stillman Kelley from Mrs. Joseph S. Correll, January 28, 1939 Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Helen L. Gunderson, March 6, 1939 Letter/Memorandum to the National Federation of Music Clubs, March 25, 1939 Letter/Memorandum to the National Federation of Music Clubs, March 25, 1939 (4 copies) Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Mrs. John D. Williams, April 5, 1939 Envelope to Mrs. Edgar Stillman-Kelley from Mrs. John D. Williams, April 6, 1939 Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Helen L. Gunderson, April 6, 1939 Letter to Mrs. Stillman-Kelley from Carl A. Preyer, April 14, 1939 Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Helen L. Gunderson, April 17, 1939 Letter to Madam Contest Chairman (Miss Gunderson) from Mrs. Edgar Stillman-Kelley, April 24, 1939 Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Mary C. Jackson, April 26, 1939 Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Mary C. Jackson, April 26, 1939 Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Mary C. Jackson, April 26, 1939 National Federation of Music Clubs Receipt, April 28, 1939 with attached list of expenditures for The N.F.M.C. Composition Contest for 1938-1939 Letter to Miss Gunder, May 24, 1939 Western Union Bill to Mrs. E. Stillman Kelley, July 1930 The N. Y. Violin Viola Violoncello Teacher�s Guild Stationary (two pages)

    Folder 4: Publications, Music and Society

    Music and Society, by Elie Siegmeister

    Folder 5: Radio

    Radio in Education, Booklet School Radio in 1928-1929 Plans Completed for Broadcasting Damrosch Concerts Letter to Mrs. Edgar Stillman Kelley from Alice Keith, Radio Corporation of America, October 1928 Summary of the Meetings of the Advisory Council of the Division of Education, Radio Corporation of America, New York, October 8 and 9, 1928 Article, Schools to hear Damrosch Music Article, Council is Formed to Aid Damrosch RCA Radiola 16 with RCA Loudspeaker 100-A Information Pages RCA Centralized Radio Receiving Equipment, Booklet, Radio Corporation of America October 4, 1928 Announcement from District Sales Manager, Radio Corporation of America Letter to Mrs. Edgar Stillman Kelley, from Director, Division of Education, Radio Corporation of America, November 10, 1928 Letter to Mrs. Kelley from Director, Division of Education, Alice Keith, Radio Corporation of America, October 11, 1928 Letter to Mrs. Kelley from B. H. Darrow, Director of Radio Broadcasting, State of Ohio, Department of Education, November 22, 1928 Notes on Sponsorship Letter to Mr. B. H. Darrow from Secretary to the President, November 28, 1928 Council is formed to aid Damrosch, New York Times, October 10, 1928 Information Pages on Radio Letter to Mrs. Edgar Stillman Kelley from George E. Cole, Manager- Centralized Radio Sales, October 18, 1928 Advisory Council & Advisory Committee Lists Better Schools Bulletin, Vol. IX No. 2, Columbus, Ohio, November 1928

    Folder 6: JSK, Miscellaneous Articles, Programs

    Note reading Do you care for treatment of subject- starts on a negative note Page 9/10 of Music Clubs Magazine What is Chamber Music? Report Note and What is Chamber Music? by M. Wilsinski Note reading The display of vocabulary detracts Index card For National Federation of Music Clubs Competition What is Chamber Music? Report Note with Chamber Music Report Introduction... Notes Letter to Miss Trotter from Suzie Stephens, Date Unknown What is Chamber Music? (with Suzie Stephens's name in top left corner) MS Composition by Jacob Obrecht Page 2 of Report MS Composition by Marco d' Aguila Page 3 of Report Page 4 of Report MS Composition by Biagio Marini Page 5 of Report MS Composition by Archangelo Corelli Page 6 of Report MS Composition by Franz Biber Page 7 of Report Page 8 of Report Page 9 of Report Page 10 of Report MS Composition of Giuseppe Tartini Page 11 of Report Page 12 of Report Page 13 of Report MS Composition of Joseph Haydn Page 14 of Report Page 15 of Report Page 16 of Report Page 17 of Report MS Composition of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Page 18 of Report Page 19 of Report Page 20 of Report MS Composition of Ludvig van Beethoven Page 21 of Report Page 22 of Report Page 23 of Report MS Composition of Franz Schubert Page 24 of Report Page 25 of Report Page 26 of Report MS Composition of Johannes Brahms Page 27 of Report Page 28 of Report Page 29 of Report Page 30 of Report What is Chamber Music? Manuscript report Stillman Kelley Celebration Year Article Edgar Stillman Kelley's Work to be Given in New York for N. F. M. C. Scholarship Fund Article Musical Advance Supplement May 1939, To Doctor Edgar Stillman-Kelley On his Eighty-second Birthday, April 15, 1939 Pamphlet for The Sulgrave Institution of the United States and of the British Commonwealth... A Statement and Programme (1922) with Invitation to Mrs. E.S. Kelley

    Folder 7: JSK, Signed/Complementary Sheet Music

    Moonlight, An Intermezzo for the Pianoforte, Op. 12 No. 2 by Frederic Ayres (signed to Jessie Stillman Kelley, 1917) Two American Songs, by Harvey Worthington Loomis (signed to Mrs. Kelley) Compositions by Harvey Worthington Loomis: Harlequin (signed to Mrs. Edgar Stillman Kelley) The American Flag by Carl Busch (signed to Mrs. Edgar Stillman Kelley, May 13, 1924) General Anthems (Complementary Copy) Twelve Folk Hymns, edited by John Powell (signed copy) Variations on Yankee Doodle, in the styles of Various Composers for Pianoforte, by Daniel Gregory Mason, Op. 6 (signed to Mrs. Edgar Stillman Kelley) Score from the Plymouth Tercentenary Pageant, Harrying Chorus, Text by Hermann Hagedorn, (signed to Mr. Martin from ESK) (Second copy with no dedication) Letter to ESK from Hermann Hagedorn, January 25, 1922

    Items in Envelopes at end of box:

    Mrs. Kelley's Silver Tray Jessie Stillman Kelley Honorary Degree from Miami University, 1934 Mrs. Kelley's Gavels (two gavels)

    Note: Contents in the Edgar Stillman Kelley Collection are listed into various boxes contained within the content item. There are 93 boxes contained in this collection. Content Item 5: Boxes 83-85

    Box 83: Photos (Part 1)

    Photo of working on Bust by Arvia MacKaye Photo of Bust by Arvia MacKaye Photo of Bust on Steps Photo of three Busts, one of Edgar Stillman Kelley Photo (with envelope) of Dr. Edgar Stillman Kelley, Composer in Residence, during the 1920s 11 Snapshots of Kelleys with Edwin Arthur Kraft, pupil and friend of ESK, listed in Who's Who in Music, 1929

    o Photograph of Edgar Stillman-Kelley with Woman holding child o New Mexico Photograph of Edgar Stillman-Kelley with man in cowboy outfits with Indian woman in middle o New Mexico Photograph of Edgar Stillman-Kelley with man in cowboy outfits with Indian woman in middle o New Mexico Photograph of Edgar Stillman-Kelley with man in cowboy outfits on horses o Photograph of Edgar Stillman-Kelley in white suit with man o Photograph of ESK with man and woman, in jackets o Photograph of Group of Five men in jackets, ESK included o Photograph of ESK in suit standing with man outside (Kraft and Kelley) o Photograph of ESK in suit standing with man outside, reads, Kraft & Edgar had such a good visit- Please send this back. o Photograph of Kelley with man, reads, Orly See (?) o Photograph of Kelley with man standing outside (Kraft and Kelley)

    Photograph of Kelley in white suit standing outside of porch, reads, Elliot took this the last time we were in Oxford.- I do not know if you have a print- but it splendid? Photograph of Edgar Stillman-Kelley In Front of Alumnae Hall Photograph of Edgar Stillman-Kelley in white suit sitting on bench with white hat, 1921 Photograph of Edgar Stillman-Kelley in white suit sitting on bench with white hat Photograph of Edgar Stillman-Kelley in white suit sitting on bench with white hat, J. L. Gatchill, Photographer, Omaha Photograph of Edgar Stillman-Kelley in white suit sitting on bench with white hat, J. L. Gatchill, Photographer, Omaha, signed,For Mr. and Mrs. Corson from their friend Edgar Stillman Kelley, Christmas 1921, back reads, Corsons lived in Corson (Western Campus) House demolished by Miami University for Batchelor Hall Photograph of Edgar Stillman-Kelley in white suit holding brochure book next to bench Photograph of Edgar Stillman-Kelley in white suit holding brochure book next to bench Small Photograph of Edgar Stillman-Kelley outside (Western girls at right) Photograph of Edgar Stillman-Kelley in suit standing on road (Western bridge in background) Photograph of Edgar Stillman-Kelley in suit holding jacket, outside near E.S.K. studio Four negatives of ESK portrait 2 Photos of Edgar Stillman Kelley as a youth 3 Photos of ESK composing 1 Photo of ESK composing with pupil 3 Photos of ESK on porch at Lower House, Peterboro, New Hampshire 2 Photos of ESK and pupil on porch at Lower House, Peterboro, New Hampshire 1 Photo of ESK in suit holding brochure, Peterboro? Photo of Lower House, Peterboro, New Hampshire 2 Photos of ESK, honorary degree conferred by the University of Cincinnati, 1917 (one with Frank Duveneck) 5 Photos of bust of ESK by Fredrick Allen Williams, NYC 1936 3 Photos of ESK, oil painting by Annette Covington Envelope of Negatives with note reading, I thought you might like these to take to Mrs. K.- I have a number of those of Mr. K.- & a larger one of the two of them- MH.

    o Negative of ESK standing outside o Negative frame o Negative of ESK and JSK at table with ceramics o Negative of Tea Party, ESK and JSK included with five other women o Negative of JSK sitting at piano and ESK turning the sheet music page o Negative of Tea Party with six women, ESK, and JSK o Negative of Edgar Stillman-Kelley at the Piano and Jessie (?) standing over him o Negative of Edgar Stillman-Kelley at the piano and Jessie (?) standing to the right of him

    Photograph of Oratorio Society of New York, 1920 Festival Photograph of Oratorio Society of New York, 1920 Festival Photograph of City Hall Aud., Portland, Me., Pilgrims Progress, May 13, 1941 Photos related to Herbert R. Gregg, Loomis, Washington:

    o Photograph of RR 12 miles from Loomis o Stereoscope of Over flow of water floom [sic?] o Stereoscope of Toalscouta Falls o Stereoscope of My dog Mike o Stereoscope of Nary yard near Seattle; Carrie on right, Margaret Millard next, Era third and a friend last o Photograph of Near Loomis o Photograph of Close view of Loomis, my place with x marked o Photograph of Found near Marx LR o Stereoscope of Sinlehakin Creek o Photograph of Loomis wash, looking south o Photograph of Loomis, looking north o Photograph of Loomis, our house with ring around our studies o Photograph of Laking [?] machinery to the mines

    Photos of Kelley and Gregg families

    o Photograph of Henry Smith Bingham, Co C. 19th Regt. Wisconsin Volunteer served from April 1861 to April 1865, son of Luther Stillman and Grandson of Luther p.3553 o Photograph of ESK's mother, Mary Clarissa Bingham o Photograph of Jessie Gregg o Photo labeled In appreciation of the Alice sweet yours lovingly, Katherine Morse o Photo of Marjorie Julia, age 5 months, with man o Photo of Woman (mid-nineteenth-century) o Photo of Man (mid-nineteenth-century) o Photo of Robert E. Hall Edgar and Rachel Hall Jessie o Carte de Visite of young woman o Carte de Visite of young man o Photo of two children wearing winter cats and coats o Photo of two children o Photo of two children o Photo labeled I am true, ever to you, Aunt Jessie, more love than, words can tell, Katherine Morse o Photo of unidentified man o Carte de Visite of Jessie Gregg o Carte de Visite of Herbert Gregg o Carte de Visite of Jessie May Bingham, February 13, 1878, 15 months old o Photo labeled Mrs. Kelley's brother? o Photo labeled Aunty Jessie & Uncle Edgar... from Sarahkins.... June o Photo labeled just a snap shot taken in the art room of our store o Photo labeled Taken Jan 1st 1914 o Stereoscope labeled here we are again except your illustrious graces the picture on the left o Stereoscope labeled on the front porch again o Photo of Ms. Kelley (with envelope) o Photo of Mabel & Mary in Lake at end of pier, Jan 1st

    2 Photos of ESK with Orly See, conductor of the Tulsa Symphony, one reads, To Edgar Stillman-Kelley with admiration and affection, Orley See Photo of ESK with Edgar Friedlander, manager of the Cincinnati Symphony, Feb. 1942 Photo of Presentation with Mrs. Lowell F. Hobart Photo of Count Thun & Otto Roth Photo labeled Joseph Joachim, 1217 Photo naval officer in front of car Photo of group Photo clipped from magazine, of Marguerite Melville Photo of Monticilo [?], Pittsburg, Celiste [sic?] & Family Photo labeled Greetings to Mr. & Mrs. Edgar Stillman Kelley from Marces [?] & Helen Frances, June 1913, in the Delphiniums & poppies Portrait of unidentified Man Formal Photo of Dr. Edgar Stillman-Kelley, to be returned to Publicity Office, reads, copy in Multifaria better & right size (slightly larger) Photo of Edgar sitting on bench in white suit Photo of unidentified Man Photo of Al Embassy Court Theater Photo of This photo was taken by Les (on a dark day) just at the gate of the castle at Aldenburg, E. Photo signed To Edgar Stillman-Kelley in remembrance of a long friendship with assurances of esteem and admiration, Sir Henry Heyman, 1880!, S.F. March 1917 Photo labeled D of Edgar and Jessie Stillman-Kelley with two young women Portrait of unidentified woman, labeled 5765 (previously held in Box 10 folder 12 with letters to ESK & JSK Oct-Nov 1912, re: death of Mrs. Gregg) Photo of Packing oranges at Kenwood Place (previously held with letters to ESK, re: Pilgrim's Progress, 1925) Photo of In the grounds at Kenwood Place (previously held with letters to ESK, re: Pilgrim's Progress, 1925) Photo of Mr. William Keith with paintbrushes and easel

    Box 84: Photos (Part 2)

    2 Photos of ESK labeled Peterboro? 2 Portraits of ESK Photo of ESK in Ceremony Robe Square photo of Mr. & Mrs. Kelley at the piano 3 Photos of ESK, proof from Blackstone Studios Photo of ESK shaking hands with man, brass band in background Photo of ESK with 2 men Photo labeled With kindest greetings to Dr. & Mrs. Edgar Stillman Kelley from Janet C. Mead, National Chairman, N.S.D.A.R. Advancement of American Music taken in the Brant Memorial Room, Oxford, Ohio, Thursday, June 27, 1940 3 Photos of the Kelleys with 2 men Photo of dinner Photo of the Kelleys at table Photo of the Kelleys with 2 men Photo of the Kelleys at table Photo of the Kelleys at the piano Portrait of ESK Postcard Photo of woman Small Photo of Mr. and Mrs. Kelley Photo of Mr. and Mrs. Kelley Photo of Mr. and Mrs. Kelley with 2 friends Photo of the Kelleys with friends or family Photo of Mr. and Mrs. Kelley 4 small photos of Mr. and Mrs. Kelley Portrait of ESK Photo labeled Dr. & Mrs. Edgar Stillman Kelley� Photo of Mr. and Mrs. Kelley with man Photo of House 2 Photos of widow Mrs. Edgar Stillman-Kelley after unveiling of memorial plaque, presented Oct. 23 to Western College Photo of House Photo from memorial plaque unveiling Paper reading Edgar Stillman Kelley, Music Department has major collection of Photographs. See Miss Bracher Photo of the Kelleys at a party Formal Photo of Dr. and Mrs. Kelley Photo of Mr. and Mrs. Kelley at the piano Photo of the Kelleys in ceremony robes Photo of the Kelleys in ceremony robes in front of Peabody Hall Photo of ESK shaking hands with student in ceremony robe Photo labeled Dr. & Mrs. Edgar Stillman Kelley, on the campus of Western College, Oxford, Ohio, where they have lived for the past thirty-four years Photo of ESK with 2 men Photo of ESK at desk near piano Photo of people on porch Photo of Christmas celebration Photo labeled a picture of the, The dear Kelleys, Charles and me, on a high mountain enroute [sic] from Washington in Oct-1938 Photo labeled E.K.H. June 1917, Western House, ESK studio 1916 Photo of people in front of porch Photo of Mr. and Mrs. Kelley in front of house Photo labeled Miss Wilkins must have a try with the new camera at the first opportunity! in front of Peabody Hall Photo labeled E.K.H. June 1917 Portrait of ESK Photo of the Kelleys in ceremonial robes Photo of unidentified building Photo labeled Convent at Waplani [?] on Sacred Way from Athens in Eleisis [?], Photo by F.L.C., enlarged by Aleinari, Florence, 1932 3 Photos of unidentified European building Photo of unidentified [Russian Orthodox?] Church Photo labeled Haunsburg [?] Photo labeled City Hall with Mozart Chimes Photo labeled Schloss Haunesberg [?] 2 Photos of ESK posed with friends against the California redwoods 1 Photo of ESK baby picture with his mother 1 Photo of ESK in his twenties, NYC Photo of S. W. corner of porch, Jan 1st 14 (previously held with letters to ESK, Jan-Sept 1914) Three ESK negatives (previously held with postcard photos of ESK, Berlin) Portrait Card of Sarah Coleman Braydon Photo of Schiller's Birthplace, Marbach, August 1818 (previously held with 1880 Letters, re: Mary Kelley's death, Box 3 Folder 3) Photo of Edgar Stillman-Kelley in suit Photo of Blirtndale [?] in front of cottage Photo of The Illustrious Master Camile Saint-Sans, In Henry Heyman- taken at the Cliff House S.F. Jul 1915 Small Photo of ESK in academic robe Signed Photo To Mr. Edgar Stillman Kelley from his admirer Edwin Arthur Teaft, Wheeling, W.Va Sept 7, 1906 Photo of unidentified Man Photo Clipping of Edgar Stillman Kelley and Mrs. Kelley (reverse side is photo of Original score of the Western College Alma Mater, Music, Edgar Stillman Kelley; Words, Florence L. Smith Photograph of Edgar Stillman-Kelley at the piano with Mrs. Kelley, Ted Music Project, 11/12/37, Dr. Reilly Composer, Photographer: Robbins, Negative No. 2586-5, part of the Photographic Division, Federal Art Project, W.P.A Mr. Giddings Photograph of Mr. and Mrs. Kelley outside by large tree Photograph in cardboard frame of a young Edgar Stillman-Kelley at the piano with woman looking over him Photos with letter to Mrs. Edgar Stillman-Kelley from Ginling College, China, August 20, 1934 Photograph reading, The first commencement in our new chapel. The architecture is Chinese, with typical Chinese coloring Photograph reading, A dance drama recently given. Our college.... teachers of physical education, as well as in other subjects. Postcard reading, Our new music hall, chapel. It has red columns & colored frieges [?] that add much to its beauty. Photos from September 25, 1933 letter to Mrs. Kelley from Harold Walberg Photo reading, Dr. Eicheim in a gay mood Photo reading, Dr. Eicheim is much favored. Regena on his left & my boy Thor. Cellist trying to get out of the picture. Intermission-rehearse all So. Cal. College Symphony Complimentary photos to Mrs. Kelley

    o Photo Postcard of Nellie Melba (as Gretchen), signed Mrs. Kelley who sings better things o Photograph signed To my dear Mrs. Kelley with many loves, Hermine Seturanz, Berlin, 14/V 07

    Large Photograph Portrait of Man, signed, With my best wishes to Mme Kelly [sic] Alexander Oumansky [?], Nov. 23, 1923 Photograph Portrait of Woman sitting in chair, signed, To my dear friend Mrs. Kelley- Ae.G. 1. Epsom Salts- article on Lecture 2. Plain cotton not fancy modeling [?] Letter to.... Prepare... for Sat., Sit Cello Hum parts ready Shoe Strings Jessie Stillman-Kelley with seven other people (one dressed in elaborate costume) Jessie Stillman-Kelley with seven other people (one dressed in elaborate costume), back reads, Madame Veloz, Mme Agreneva Slaviansky, Mrs. Stillman Kelley, Mr. Bogrimel Sykora, Vice Consul Nicolas Veloz, John Warren Erb, Princess Slaviansky, Mme Schrocter, October 1945 Jessie Stillman-Kelley sitting down, plate of food being served to her by a woman; five other people sitting down in room Photo Postcard reading, Jan, Jossie in her Polish Dress. Photo of Jessie in an academic gown, reads, Mrs. Edgar Stillman-Kelley of New York and Oxford, Ohio, Past President of the National Federation of Music Clubs, present Chairman of the Chamber Music Committee of the Federation, and wife of Dr. Edgar Stillman-Kelley, the 84-year-old dean of active American composer. Photo of Jessie Stillman-Kelley in evening gown Photo of Jessie Stillman-Kelley in evening gown Photo of Jessie Stillman-Kelley in evening gown Photo of Jessie Stillman-Kelley in evening gown Photo of Jessie Stillman-Kelley in evening gown Photo of Jessie Stillman-Kelley in evening gown Photo of Jessie Stillman-Kelley in evening gown Photo of Jessie Stillman-Kelley in evening gown Photo of Jessie Stillman-Kelley in evening gown Photo of Jessie Stillman-Kelley in evening gown Photo of Jessie Stillman-Kelley in evening gown Photo of Jessie Stillman-Kelley standing behind desk chair Photo of Jessie Stillman-Kelley sitting in a chair reading papers, back of the photo reads, Mrs. Edgar Stillman Kelley of New York City, president of the National Federation of Music Clubs throughout the country. Mr. and Mrs. Kelley have been spending the summer at Magnolia, Massachusetts where Mrs. Kelley has taken a keen interest in the America Opera Company which is rehearsing their for their winter program. Mr. Kelley wrote the music for Ben Hur when it was first so popular with the theatre-going public. The Kelleys plan to go from Magnolia to New Mexico where Mrs. Kelley with supervise the organization of music clubs in that section. The National Federation of Music Clubs now has a membership of 350,000 people throughout the United States. Photograph of Mrs. Kelley in black hat and gown, from Blackstone Studios, New York Photo of Jessie Stillman-Kelley in evening gown, reads, Mrs. Edgar Stillman Kelly [sic] 1910- Photo of Jessie Stillman-Kelley in hat with flowers with another woman in a hat with flowers Photo of Jessie Stillman-Kelley in straw hat, signed ....Greetings... H.H.H.[much illegible] Photo clipping of Jessie Stillman-Kelley sitting in chair reading papers, photo reads, Mrs. Edgar Stillman Kelley Photo of group of 8 men and four women sitting down in the front row, includes Jessie Stillman-Kelley, by Thos. Coke Knight, Photographer, New York Portrait of Jessie Stillman-Kelley, mounted on brown paper, from Wertheim, Leipzigerstr (slightly oversized) Portrait Photograph of Jessie Stillman-Kelley by Blackstone Studios, Inc. Photograph of Jessie Stillman-Kelley standing up behind desk chair, photo caption reads, Jessica Stillman-Kelley, Western College faculty member and nationally recognized music educator. George R. Hoxie Photograph of Jessie Stillman-Kelley on stage receiving Plaque in honor of Edgar Stillman Kelley George Hoxie photograph of Jessie Stillman-Kelley in chair with woman sitting on couch next to her George Hoxie photograph of Jessie Stillman-Kelley sitting in chair George Hoxie photograph of Jessie Stillman-Kelley revealing plaque in memory of Edgar Stillman-Kelley, woman on stage with her George Hoxie photograph of Jessie Stillman-Kelley revealing plaque in memory of Edgar Stillman-Kelley, woman on stage with her, reads, Kindly destroy negative. This picture must not be used, Mrs. Edgar Stillman Kelley, Mrs. J. J. Eagleson. George Hoxie photograph of Jessie Stillman-Kelley posing next to memorial plaque for Edgar Stillman-Kelley George Hoxie photograph close-up of Jessie Stillman-Kelley

    Note: Contents in the Edgar Stillman Kelley Collection are listed into various boxes contained within the content item. There are 103 boxes contained in this collection.

    Content Item 6: Boxes 85

    Box 85: Photos (Part 3)

    Photographs from Jessica Stillman-Kelley Photos envelope with sticky-note reading, Stillman Kelly [sic] requesting this envelope of pictures SK, These are all duplicates- okay to go to him. o Photograph of Jessie Stillman-Kelley standing outside building o Photo of Jessie Stillman-Kelley in hat with flowers with another woman in a hat with flowers o Photograph of Mrs. Edgar Stillman Kelley Painting o Photo of Jessie Stillman-Kelley in hat with flowers with another woman in a hat with flowers o Photo of Jessie Stillman-Kelley in evening gown o Photo of Jessie Stillman-Kelley in evening gown, reads, For my...[?]... Dorothy, J.S.K., H.H.H. o Photo clipping Kelley 24253 of Mrs. Kelley in chair holding sheet music o Small photo of Jessie Stillman-Kelley standing outside in white dress o Photograph of Jessie Stillman-Kelley standing up behind desk chair, reads, Please return to Mrs. George Howard, 101...55th St. N.Y. City o Photograph of Jessie Stillman-Kelley sitting in chair reading papers, Photograph by Bachrach o Photograph of Jessie Stillman-Kelley sitting in chair with papers in hand looking up, Photograph by Bachrach o Photograph Proof by Associated News Photographic Services, New York o Photograph Portrait of Jessie Stillman-Kelley by Blackstone Studios, Inc. o Portrait of Jessie Stillman-Kelley, mounted on brown paper, from Wertheim, Leipzigerstr (slightly oversized) o Portrait of Jessie Stillman-Kelley, mounted on brown paper, from Wertheim, Leipzigerstr (slightly oversized) Photographs from Dr. John Warren Erb o Photograph of Dr. John Warren Erb, by Edwig F. Townsend, N.Y. o Photograph of Dr. John Warren Erb, by Edwig F. Townsend, N.Y. o Photograph of Dr. John Warren Erb, by Edwig F. Townsend, N.Y. o Photograph of Dr. John Warren Erb, by Edwig F. Townsend, N.Y. o Photograph of Dr. John Warren Erb in black suit o Photograph of Dr. John Warren Erb in black suit o Photograph of Dr. John Warren Erb in stripped gray suit o Photograph of Dr. John Warren Erb in stripped gray suit (different pose), reads, Dr. John Warren Erb., Social Sat. o Photograph of Dr. John Warren Erb in woolen suit, reads, Theatre, ERB o Photograph of Dr. John Warren Erb in white suit talking with two other men o Photograph of Dr. Erb, Mrs. Grace Widney Mabie, Leo Forbestein Music Director of Warner Bros. Moving Pictures Inc., Warner Bros. Studios at Hollywood, 1939 o Photograph of Dr. Erb, Dallies Franz, Mrs. Vincent Hilles Ober President of the National Federated Music Clubs at the Motion Picture Studios of Metro-Gold-Meyer Co. Culver City Hollywood Cal. June 1940 o Photograph of Dr. Erb and other at large dinner table o Photograph of Mr. Goldschmidt & I at Garlstein [?] o Photograph of Dr. Erb posing with unidentified man o Photograph Postcard of Young Man on horse o Photograph Postcard of Unidentified Man o Photograph Postcard of V.1 Schlo Sanssouci mit den Sphinxen. o Small Photograph of Man posing in front of house, leaning on column o Small Photograph of Man standing outside of house o Small Photograph of Jessie and Edgar Stillman-Kelley standing outside o Photograph of two elder women sitting among rock walls, back reads, Our party, Mrs. Jenks, Mr. Ed Jenks, Miss Hoar, Ms. Bunker, in the Corner, Camden Me, Aug. 4th o Photograph of Man posing at statue o Photograph of Unidentified Woman in gray coat and hat o Photograph of Unidentified Woman in white dress standing by pine trees o Photograph of unidentified woman sitting on steps by house with two dogs and wearing a large hat o Carte de Visite of Unidentified Woman in [satin?] evening dress holding a fan, Morse, 916 Market St., San Francisco, Cal. o Circular Photograph of Unidentified Woman with high collar white dress and broach pearl necklace o Photograph of unidentified dark-haired woman reading book in Asian motif room o Group Photograph of People dressed for an occasion in a fancy parlor with lace window shades (Mrs. Kelley among the group) o Photograph of young girl in white dress with large barrette, boy in sailor outfit, and woman in dark dress [inside parlor?] o Photograph of unidentified dark-haired woman holding a child in Asian motif room o Postcard Photograph of Unidentified Woman on horse o Photograph clipping from magazine, reads, Mme. Buckhout. Available for Concerts, recitals, oratorios, clubs, and Sunday afternoons, for church services.... selections from the Operas; German, French and Norwegian Songs will be on programs... A Specialty Will Be Groups of Songs Dedicated to Mme. Buckhout by Marion Bauer, Mary Helen Brown, Oley Speaks, Laura Sedgwick Collins, Ward Stephens, Ernest Kroeger, John Cushing, L. J. Munson, Gustav L. Becker, Carl H. Tollefsen, Cornelius Rbner, and Many Other Well Known Composers. o Postcard of Group Photograph of Six Unidentified People o Postcard of Group Photograph of Six people, reads, From left, myself-Dr. Masters, Carrie, Anita, below the girls father and Teresa. o Photograph of Unidentified man in a suit and woman sitting in chair in summer room or porch o Photograph of stone fence and trees o Photograph of Unidentified woman drinking from glass out in front of porch of house o Group or family portrait of unidentified 22 people o Carte de Visite of Unidentified man in suit with beard, from Leipzig, Eulenstein photograph, Ecke der Tauchaer Strasse 29, d. Schtzenhaus gegenber, Leipzig, Vervielfltigung jeder Art verbenhalten, DiePlatten werden aufbewahet (with photo folder) o Large Carte de Visite [?] of unidentified woman sitting in front of double mirror (attached to red photo folder from Shaw's Spectretype Photograph Gallery, Ocean Front & New York Ave. Atlantic City, N.J.) o Photograph of Group of 9 unidentified people, reads, Kelley on back o Large Carte de Visite [?] of unidentified man with long chin-length hair wearing suit and jacket, from Louis Held, Hof-Photograph, Weimar Marienstrasse 1. o Photograph of Group of 9 unidentified people, reads, Dr. Greif on back o Large Carte de Visite [?] of unidentified man wearing suit, with white hair and mustache o Large Carte de Visite [?] of unidentified man wearing suit, from Chas. Lainer, San Francisco Cal. o Large Carte de Visite [?] of unidentified man wearing suit and bow tie, from Albert Meyer Nachf. Oscar Brettschneider, Berlin, W., Postdamerstr. 125 o Photograph Postcard of woman holding child, and of woman sitting, holding child, with man standing above, reads, Merry Christmas to Gamma from Sarah Tuthill- & her parents.- 1911.- o Photograph of man with young girl, reads, Mary Hunter- Jenie John & Jenie- [?] o Photograph from opera or play, three people, a man, a woman (in a corded petticoat) and Jessie Stillman-Kelley in the middle o Folded brown display with three photographs, one of woman with baby, one of house, and one of man with baby, reads, We wish you were here in this garden of ours, With the baby, the birds and the tangle of flowers, But wherever the garden in which you abide, Our thoughts are all with you this dear Christmas Tide. o Folded tan display with three photographs, one of man in rocking chair, another of person standing at porch steps, and another of woman sitting in rocking chair, reads, 1928. A Merry Christmas from the Batchelders. Alice, Ernest. Alan. o Photograph Portrait of woman in Photo folder from Donnelly Studio, New Haven. Conn, signed, Faithfully yours Frances Barney o Photograph Portrait from Garraways Ltd., B Way, N.Y., 1495, of Man signed, To My Teacher-Friend Mr. Edgar Stillman Kelley, Alexander hisself, 1909 o Large Photograph Portrait signed, To Dr. Erb in sincerest friendship and gratitude, Fred Premsinl [?] o Large Photograph Portrait signed, To my dear friend... John W. Erb Ensign Edward Miller J.S.N.K. o Large Photograph of Dr. Erb with unidentified Man

    Photographs of Various People o Postcard Blue Photograph of Unidentified Woman in White Dress and wearing a hat o Large Photograph Portrait in photo folder, signed,To Dr. Edgar Stillman-Kelley- great musician- inspiring teacher- with best wishes- Neatel Louise [?], April 14, 1944 o Large Photograph Portrait of unidentified woman in large hat with feather and dress suit o Large Photograph Portrait of Harrison M. Wild, Conductor, Apollo Musical Club, Chicago, Ill. o Large Photograph Portrait of Harrison M. Wild, Cond., The Apollo Musical Club, Chicago Ill. o Large Photograph Portrait of Man, signed, To my beloved Master, Edgar Stillman Kelley, Faithfully, W. Otto Miessner o Large Photograph Portrait of John Elmer NeCollins, Woodcliff Lake, New Jersey, Nov. 10, 1931, John Elmer NeCollins, Woodcliff Lake, New Jersey o Photograph of Man at Piano, signed To my distinguished teacher and friend, Mr. Edgar Stillman-Kelley in highest esteem, Harold Morris, Feb 1919 o Photograph of Four men at set of bells, signed, To Edgar Stillman-Kelley, from his loyal disciples: [illegible signature], Ott. Meissner, H. V. Stearns, Leo C. Miller o Small Photographs in Campus Mail Miami University Envelope with note reading, JK request, Soda Bay 8 small snapshots (really 12 snapshots) Photograph reading, After the bath, Little Beach, Soda Bay Photograph reading, Mound Cottage, Lakeport Photograph reading, Soda Bay Hotel Photograph reading, Approaching Grade to Soda Bay Photograph reading, Spring house in distance from wharf Photograph reading, Uncle Sam and Kelsey Creek Photograph reading, On the way to the barn Photograph reading, Your Illustrious Brother at Highland Springs Photograph reading, Barn Photograph reading, Hotel from billiard room, Soda Bay Photograph reading, Soda Bay Hotel Porch, Eita Barrett and husband on poarch [sic] Photograph reading, Mr. Binningham in the Spring, Soda Bay

    Note: Contents in the Edgar Stillman Kelley Collection are listed into various boxes contained within the content item. There are 103 boxes contained in this collection.

    Content Item 7: Box 86

    Box 86: ESK Postcards

    Chteau de COUCY. Vue prise au couchant Postcard to Mrs. Eva Gregg (date unknown, but 1900s, probably 1895) United States of America Postcard to Edgar Stillman Kelley from J. S. K., 1895 Verona. S. Zeno Maggiore Postcard to Mrs. Eva Gregg from Dot, May 8, 1895 United States of America Postcard to H. E. Kelley from Edgar, June 12, 1895 United States of America Postcard to Mr. E. S. Kelley, August 2, 1895 United States of America Postcard to Edgar S. Kelley from J. S. K., August 16, 1895 United States of America Postcard to Mr. E. S. Kelley from Jessie, September 16, 1895 Cartolina Postale Italiana Postcard to Mrs. Edgar Kelley from M. G., May 29, 1896 United States of America Postcard to H. R. Gregg , November 6, 1896 United States of America Postcard to H. R. Gregg Esq., December 23, 1896 United States of America Postcard to H. R. Gregg Esq., November 21, 1897 United States of America Postcard to H. R. Gregg Esq., November 23, 1897 Postkarte Postcard to Edgar Stillman Kelley Esq., 1902 Postcarte, Carte-Postale-Cartolina Postale Postcard of Pastoral Scene to Mrs. Stillman Kelley, 1903 Lakeport- Clear Lake- Mt. Kenockti Postcard to Mrs. E. D. Sperry from Zettie M. Hawkins, December 24, 1903 Rembrandt van Rijn, Portret van den schilder als officier, Portrait du peintre en officier Postcard to Mrs. Edgar Stillman-Kelley, October 12, 1904 Westminster Abbey- London Postcard to Mrs. E. N. Gregg, February 30, 1905 Frimedal on Bornholdm Id. Postcard to Mrs. Gregg, August 30, 1905 Kigreich Bayern Postcard to Prof. Edgar Stillman-Kelley, 1906 Seattle Water Front Postcard to Mrs. E. Gregg from Carrie and Herb, April 9, 1906 Postkarte Postcard to Prof. Stillman-Kelley from Prof. A. Egidi, June 13, 1906 Hildesheim, Das Rathaus Postcard to Mrs. Edgar Stillman-Kelley, June 26, 1906 Panorama v. Gonergrat Postcard to Mrs. Andrew K. Gregg, from Gardie, July 19, 1906 Rothenburg o. T., Portal im Rathaushofe Postcard to Mrs. Gregg, August 20, 1906 Knigreich Bayern Postcard to Prof. Stillman-Kelley, August 22, 1906 Placing Machinery on Palmer Mountain, Loomis, Wash. Postcard to Mrs. E. Gregg from Herb, November 13, 1906 Firenze Palazzo del Podest Cortile Postcard to Mrs. Stillman-Kelley from Edith, 1907 Reims. Cathdrale.- Le Grand Portail Postcard to Mrs. Stillman-Kelley from Edith, 1907 Cortona Panorama visto dalla Stazione Postcard to Mrs. Stillman-Kelley from Edith, 1907 Bamberg, 1007-1907 Postcard to Edgar Stillman-Kelley, 1907 Venezia. Chiesa dei Frari- Vergine col Bambino e Santi-Bellini Postcard to Mrs. Stillman-Kelley from Edith, 1907 Bellagio. (Lago di Como) Postcard to Mr. Edgar S. Kelley from Alice, 1907 Paris. Notre-Dame. Une Chimre Postcard to Mrs. E. Stillman-Kelley, January 23, 1907 10019. Konstanz. Kreuzgang im Inselhotel Postcard to Mrs. Eva Gregg from Edith, March 11, 1907 Roma. S. Pietro veduto dal Pulvinare Imperiale Postcard to Mrs. Edgar S. Kelley from Alice, May 1907 The Kaiser leading his regiment in the review on the Kings birthday... Postcard to Mrs. Gregg from L., May 3, 1907 Bad Nauheim Postcard to Mrs. Edgar Stillman Kelley, May 4, 1907 P.P. Rubens, Isabella d Este (Imperial Gallery, Vienna) Postcard to Mrs. Edgar Stillman Kelley, May 5, 1907 P. P. Rubens. Selbstbildniss, Kais. Gemlde-Gallerie, Wien Postcard to Mrs. Edgarda Rickman [?], May 6, 1907 P. P. Rubens. Kaiser Maximilian I. (Kais, Gemlde-Gallerie, Wien) Postcard to Mrs. Stillman-Kelley, May 6, 1907 Roma- Fontana delle Terme- Una naiade Postcard to Edgar Stillman-Kelley, Esq., May 13, 1907 R. Pinacoteca Bologna, Raffello Sanzio Postcard to Mrs. Stillman-Kelley from E. K. P., May 15, 1907 Bologna- Panorama di Bologna, colla veduta particolare delle due Torri Asinelli e Garisenda Postcard to Mrs. Stillman-Kelley from Edith, May 15, 1907 Roma. Porta Pinciana. Postcard to Mrs. Stillman-Kelley from Edith, May 16, 1907 Roma. Via Appia- Tomba dei Curiazi Postcard to Mr. Edgar Stillman-Kelley, May 17, 1907 Roma- Arco di Druso Postcard to Mrs. Stillman-Kelley, May 18, 1907 Roma. Tomba di Cecilia Metella Postcard to Miss Edgarda Robinson, May 19, 1907 Roma. Tempio di Castore e Polluce Postcard to Mrs. Stillman-Kelley from Edith, May 19, 1907 Roma- Colosseo veduto dal Palatino Postcard to Mrs. Eva N. Gregg from Edith, May 20, 1907 Roma. Castel St. Angelo e Tevere- Veduta antica. Postcard to Mrs. Stillman-Kelley from Edith, May 21, 1907 Rome Postcard to Mrs. Edgar Stillman Kelly [sic] from Henry Valentine Strams, May 23, 1907 Roma. Museo delle Terme. Tipo di donna greca ammantata Postcard to Mrs. Edgar Stillman-Kelley, May 23, 1907 Roma. Foro Romano- Basilica Giulia. Postcard to Mrs. Stillman-Kelley from Edith, May 24, 1907 Roma. Cappella Sistina. Sibilla Cumea. Michelangelo Postcard to Miss Dorothy Rich, May 25, 1907 Roma. Cappella Sistina. Sibilla Persica. Michelangelo Postcard to Miss Edgarda Robinson, May 25, 1907 Tivoli. Tempio della Sibilla veduto da Villa Gregoriana Postcard to Mrs. Edgar Stillman-Kelley, May 25, 1907 Tivoli. Tempio della Sibilla, veduta panoramica Postcard to Mrs. Eva N. Gregg, May 27, 1907 Arezzo- Monumento a Guido Monaco (Salvino Salvini), Ed. Caruso Giuseppe- Pisa Postcard to Mr. Edgar Stillman-Kelley from Edith, May 29, 1907 Ole Bulls Villa, Lysen Postcard to Mrs. Stillman-Kelley, May 30, 1907 Firenze- Angelo del Tabernacolo- Beato Fra Angelico- Gall Uffizi Postcard to Miss Dorothy Rich, May 31, 1907 Paris. Le Penseur de Rodin au Pantheon Postcard to Mrs. Stillman-Kelley from Edith, June 1907 LL. Carrire. Maternit. Muse du Luxembourg, Paris Postcard to Mrs. Stillman-Kelley from Edith, June 1907 Firenze La Madonna che adora il Bambino Lippi Filippino- Gall. Uffizi Postcard to Mrs. Stillman-Kelley, June 1, 1907 Francesco Petrarca Postcard to Mr. Edgar Stillman-Kelley, June 1, 1907 Firenze. Galleria Pitti, Ritratto di Angelo Doni- Raffaello Postcard to Mrs. Stillman-Kelley from Edith, June 2, 1907 Milano- Brera- Va Vergine col Figlio (Giovanni Bellini) Postcard to Mr. Edgar Stillman Kelley, June 4, 1907 Lago di Como- Panorama di Bellagio Postcard to Mrs. Stillman-Kelley, June 5, 1907 Martigny et la Tour de la Btiaz Postcard to Mrs. Stillman-Kelley, June 6, 1907 Lago di Como- Varenna veduta dal giardino della Villa Serbelloni Postcard to Mrs. Stillman-Kelley, June 6, 1907 Das Matterhorn, Le Mont Cervin� Postcard to Mrs. Edgar Stillman-Kelley from Edith, June 7, 1907 J. J. 6377 Brig, Jallien frres. Pht. Editeurs, Genve Postcard to Mrs. Stillman-Kelley from Edith, June 7, 1907 Spreewald Gasthaus zum frhlichen Hecht in Lehde. Postcard to Prof. Stillman Kelley, June 8, 1907 Monte Rosa vom Gornergrat ges. Wehrli A.-G. Kilehberg, Zurich Postcard to Mrs. Stillman-Kelley from Edith, June 8, 1907 J. J. 62 Martigny et la Tour de la Batiaz Postcard to Mrs. Gregg, June 9, 1907 Visp mit Matterhorn, La Vige et le Cervin Postcard to Mrs. Edgar S. Kelley, June 10, 1907 Interlaken und die Jungfrau Postcard to Mrs. Gregg from Edith, June 12, 1907 Interlaken- Die Jungfrau Postcard to Mrs. Stillman-Kelley, June 13, 1907 Hildesheim, Umgestlpter, Zuckerhut u. Durchgang Postcard to Mrs. E. Stillman-Kelley from Gardie, June 13, 1907 Verlagsanstalt Paul Gertsch, Interlaken, Wappenkarien, gesetzlich geschtzt Postcard to Mrs. Stillman-Kelley, June 13, 1907 Der Trmmelbachfall bei Lauterbrunnen, Wehrli A.-G., Kilchberg, Zurich Postcard to Mrs. Stillman-Kelley from Edith, June 13, 1907 Jungfrau 4167 m Postcard to Mrs. Eva N. Gregg from Alice, June 14, 1907 Hildesheim, Rathaussaal Postcard to Mrs. Andrew K. Gregg from Gardie, June 14, 1907 11587 Axenstrasse und Bristenstock, Grand-Hotel Brunnen� Postcard to Mrs. Stillman-Kelley, June 16, 1907 Grand Hotel Brunnen Postcard to Mrs. Gregg from Laury, June 16, 1907 Dessin la Plume, PARIS, Notre Dame Porte Centrale Postcard to Mrs. Stillman-Kelley, June 20, 1907 Peintures Murales du Panthon. La Vie de Sainte Genevive: Sainte Genevive veille sur Paris; par Puvis de Chavannes Postcard to Mrs. Stillman-Kelley from Edith, June 22, 1907 Isabey.- Bonaparte, Muse de Versailles Postcard to Mrs. Stillman-Kelley from Edith, June 22, 1907 Bruxelles. Palais de Justice Postcard to Mrs. Andrew Gregg from Gardie, June 23, 1907 Eglises de France, Cathdrale de CHARTRES Postcard to Mrs. Stillman-Kelley from Edith, June 24, 1907 Cortona Postcard to Mrs. Andrew Gregg, June 26, 1907 Grand- Le Chateau des Comtes XI Mur denceinte Palais et Donjon (1180), Gent.s Gravensteen XI: Ringmuur. Paleis en Meeste Toren (1180) Postcard to Prof. Stillman-Kelley, June 26, 1907 Paris- Le Muse de Cluny Postcard to Mrs. Stillman-Kelley from Edith, June 26, 1907 Paris. Le Reliquaire de la Sainte-Chapelle Postcard to Mrs. Stillman-Kelley from Edith, June 27, 1907 Paris. La Sainte-Chapelle Postcard to Mrs. Edgar Stillman-Kelley, June 27, 1907 Elmira, N.Y. Corner of Lake and Water- Streets Postcard, June 27, 1907 Fiesole, Terme Romane Postcard to Mrs. Stillman-Kelley from Laury, June 28, 1907 Paris. Bois de Boulogne, La Promenade sur les Bords du Lac Postcard to Mrs. Eva Gregg from Alice, July 1907 Carrire (Ebgne).- La Familie. Muse du Luxembourg, Paris Postcard to Mrs. Stillman-Kelley from Edith, July 1, 1907 Die Selkirkgebirgeinmit Marionsee (Canada) Postcard, July 4, 1907 Reims. Grant Hotel du Lion d'Or. Postcard to Mrs. Stillman-Kelley from Edith, July 5, 1907 Raphael.- Portrait de Jeanne d'Aragon. Musee du Louvre, Paris Postcard to Mrs. Stillman-Kelley from Edith, July 5, 1907 Ancien Paris. Abside de L'Eglise Notre-Dame, en 1850, avant la reconstruction de la Flche Postcard to Mrs. Stillman-Kelley from Edith, July 7, 1907 Verdun. La Tour Chausse. Vue prise du Pont Chausse. Postcard to Mrs. Stillman-Kelley from E.K.J., July 7, 1907 glise St. Germain-des-Pris Postcard to Mrs. Gregg, July 7, 1907 Trier- Porta Nigra Postcard to Mr. Edgar Stillman-Kelley, July 8, 1907 Bad Bertrich v. Often Postcard to Mrs. Edgar Stillman-Kelley, July 11, 1907 Trier-Markplatz Postcard to Mrs. Gregg, July 9, 1907 Die Mosel, Marienburg Postcard to Mrs. Gregg from Edith, July 9, 1907 Ancien Costume Normand Postcard to Mrs. Gregg, July 15, 1907 Letter with 6 blue postcards to Mrs. Edgar Stillman-Kelley, July 22, 1907 Route d Honfleur Trouville, Villerville Postcard to Mrs. Gregg from Virginia, July 24, 1907 Berlin. Tiergarten Lwenbrcke Postcard to Mrs. Stillman-Kelley from Edith, July 24, 1907 Mchen- Wittelsbacher Brunnen Postcard to Mrs. E. N. Gregg from J., July 25, 1907 Berlin. Erkeram Mrk. Museum Postcard to Mrs. Stillman-Kelley from Edith, July 25, 1907 Dauvant- Une Maitrise d Enfants Postcard to Mrs. Eva Gregg, July 29, 1907 Berlin. Schloss. Postcard to Mrs. Stillman-Kelley from E. K. P., July 31, 1907 Milano- La salma di S. Caterina deposta dagli angeli nel sepoicro- Bernardino Luini Postcard to Mrs. Stillman-Kelley from Edith, August 1907 Villerville (Calvados), La Grande-Rue Postcard to Mrs. Gregg from Virginia, August 5, 1907 Jagdschloss Grunewald Postcard to Mrs. Gregg, August 6, 1907 Wien, Votivkirche Postcard to Mrs. Andrew Gregg from Sallie, August 7, 1907 Rothenburg o/T. Wolfgangskirche Postcard to Edgar Stillman-Kelley, August 8, 1907 Rothenburg o/T. Rathaus Postcard to Mrs. Stillman-Kelley from Edith, August 8, 1907 Lindau im Bodensee Postcard to Mrs. Stillman-Kelley from Edith, August 11, 1907 Lindau i. Bodensee, Diebsturm Postcard to Mrs. Eva Gregg, August 12, 1907 M. C. 305 Vue gnrale de Sion Postcard to Mrs. Eva Gregg from Edith, August 16, 1907 ...Churfirsten, Gozen, Alvier, Sntis Postcard to Mrs. Eva Gregg from Laury, August 18, 1907 Jena, Normannia-Haus Postcard to Mrs. E. S. Kelley, August 19, 1907 Paris. Le Square Saint-Pierre et le Sacr-Coeur Postcard to Mrs. Eva N. Gregg from Alice, August 22, 1907 Nrnberg, Schlosshof m. Linde Postcard to Prof. E. Stillman Kelley from H. H. H., August 24, 1907 Knigreich Bayern Postcard to Prof. Stillman-Kelley, August 26, 1907 Berlin. Amazone am Museum Postcard to Mr. Edgar Stillman-Kelley from E. K. P. , August 27, 1907 Burg Hohenzollern Postcard to Prof. Stillman-Kelley, September 14, 1907 Burgruine Schreckenstein von Wannow gesehen Postcard to Mrs. Eva Gregg, September 30, 1907 Cochem u. Cond a. d. Mosel Postcard to Mrs. Gregg from Edith, October 1907 Luxembourg. Ville haute et Faubourg du Grund Postcard to Mrs. Gregg, October 6, 1907 Loches. La Tour Saint-Antoine et le Chateau Royal Postcard to Mrs. Andrew Gregg from Edith, October 30, 1907 Geisha Postcard to Mrs. Edgar S. Kelley from Berkeley, December 14, 1907 A. Quertant Postcard from Virginia (date unknown, but probably 1907-1908) Vannes. Le Port. LL. Postcard to Mrs. Edgar Stillman Kelley, July 11 (year unknown, but probably 1907-1908) Wien... Hof-Museum Postcard to Mrs. Stillman-Kelley from E. J. B. (date unknown but probably 1907-1908) La Maja, 1891 Hauser y Menet.-Madrit, Goya Postcard to Mrs. Edgar Stillman-Kelley (date unknown but probably 1907-1908) Country Cottage Postcard to Mr. Kelley from Edith Livermore (date unknown but probably 1907-1908) Anvers. La Gare Centrale. Postcard to Mrs. Edgar Stillman Kelley from E. (date unknown but probably 1907-1908) Firenze- Museo di S. Maria del Fiore- Fanciulli che danzano (Donatello)� Postcard to Mrs. Stillman Kelley (date unknown but probably 1907-1908) Alczar de Sevilla Galeria y entrada las alcobas de los Reyes Moros Postcard to Mrs. Kelley from E. J. B. (date unknown but probably 1907-1908) Firenze- Cortile di Palazzo Vecchio Postcard to Mrs. Kelley (date unknown but probably 1907-1908) Granada, Alhambra, El Patio de los Leones desde la Entrada� Postcard to Mrs. E. Stillman Kelley from E. J. B. (date unknown but probably 1907-1908) Interlaken Postcard to Mrs. Edgar Stillman-Kelley (date unknown but probably 1907-1908) Types russes / Equipage prive Russian Postcard to Madame E. Stillman Kelley from E. J. B. (date unknown but probably 1907-1908) Mellek, gegen die Loferer Steinberge Postcard to Mrs. Kelley (date unknown but probably 1907-1908) Prag. Pulverthurm Postcard to Mrs. Stillman-Kelley from Edith (date unknown but probably 1907-1908) Muse de Versailles, Gros (Antoine-Jean, Baron) (1771-1835) Napoleon BONAPARTE au Pont de Lodi Postcard to Mrs. Stillman-Kelley (date unknown, but probably 1907-1908) Roma. Foro Romano- Tempio della Concordia Postcard to Mr. Edgar S. Kelley from Alice (date unknown, but probably 1907-1908) Venezia- Ponte dei Sospiri Postcard to Mrs. Edgar S. Kelley from Alice (date unknown, but probably 1907-1908) Salzburg. Mozartdenkmal Postcard to Herrn Edgar Stillman Kelley (date unknown, but probably 1907-1908) Flower Postcard to Prof. Stillman-Kelley (date unknown, but probably 1907-1908) Hallstatt. Echernthal Postcard to Mrs. E. S. Kelley from E. Huhn (date unknown, but probably 1907-1908) Marguerite Melville Postcard to Mrs. E. S. Kelley (date unknown, but probably 1907-1908) Vilsalpsee bei Tannheim. Tirol. Postcard to Prof. & Mrs. Edgar Stillman-Kelley (date unknown, but probably 1907-1908) Mrs. Powell on ground, two boys on horses Postcard from Dr. Winekler (date unknown, but probably 1907-1908) Carnegie Music Hall and Lyceum, N. Y. City Postcard (date unknown, but probably 1907-1908) A little scene near Loomis Postcard (date unknown, but probably 1907-1908) Unser Kronprinzenpaar Postcard to Miss Edith Pillsburry from Eva Gregg, May 9 (year unknown, but probably 1907-1908) Ostende Eglise S. S. Pierre & Paul Postcard (date unknown, but probably 1907-1908) Saufft-itirbit! Saufft net- itirbit a! Allo iaufft Postcard (date unknown, but probably 1907-1908) Tillamook Bay, Ore.- H. R. Gregg Photo, Bay City, Ore. Postcard (date unknown, but probably 1907-1908) Watercolor postcard (date unknown, but probably 1907-1908) Harold A. Parker Tahoe Tavern, Lake Tahoe, California Postcard, August 29 (year unknown, but probably 1907-1908) Strassburgg Kammerzell-Hous Postcard (date unknown, but probably 1907-1908) Sun Rise Over Kinoctl. Clear Lake. Lake Co. Postcard (date unknown, but probably 1907-1908) A Beautiful drive up the Miami River Postcard (date unknown, but probably 1907-1908) Winter Scene Postcard (date unknown, but probably 1907-1908) Our Friends the Retzers Home Postcard (date unknown, but probably 1907-1908) Hildesheim, Kaiserhaus Postcard (date unknown, but probably 1907-1908) Norddeutscher Lloyd, Bermen, Reichspostdampfer ,Prinz Friedrich Wilhelm, Teilansicht des Gesellschaftszimmers Postcard to Mrs. Eva Gregg from Edith (date unknown, but probably 1907-1908) Pont-Aven- Vue gnrale de ses Quais Postcard to Mrs. Eva Gregg from Edith (date unknown, but probably 1907-1908) ...Knigl. Schloss und Lustgarten. Postcard to Mrs. Eva Gregg from Sara (date unknown, but probably 1907-1908) Corot. Le Chemin de S�vres, Musée du Louvre, Paris� Postcard to Mrs. Gregg from Edith (date unknown, but probably 1907-1908) Paris. Panorama de la Seine (c�t� Est)� Postcard to Mrs. Gregg from Edith (date unknown, but probably 1907-1908) Milano- Interno Duomo Postcard to Mrs. Gregg from Laney [?] (date unknown, but probably 1907-1908) Un salut... Postcard to Mrs. Eva N. Gregg from Alice, June 3 (year unknown, but probably 1907-1908) Eglise de VILLERVILLE (Calvados) Style Roman XIe si�cle� Postcard to Mrs. Gregg (date unknown, but probably 1907-1908) Praha. Malostransk� mostn� vě�e� Postcard to Mrs. Eva N. Gregg (date unknown, but probably 1907-1908) Partie in der Breitachklamm II Postcard to Mrs. E. N. Gregg (date unknown, but probably 1907-1908) Museo del Prado, Murillo, El Nino Dios, Pastor Postcard to Mrs. Gregg, May 21 (year unknown, but probably 1907-1908) Ourscamps prs Noyon. L'Abside Postcard to Mrs. Eva Gregg from Edith, August 18th (year unknown, but probably 1907-1908) Obersee (Königssee) Postcard to Mrs. Gregg (not dated, but probably around 1907-1908) Nrnberg, Panorama Postcard to Mrs. Gregg (not dated, but probably around 1907-08) Praha. Pohled z Riegrova n�brez� ku Hradcanum� Postcard to Mrs. Eva Gregg from Alice (not dated, but probably around 1907-1908) Paris. La Place de la Bastille Postcard to Mrs. Eva Gregg (not dated, but probably around 1907-1908) Paris. Le Pont Alexandre III Postcard to Mrs. Eva Gregg (not dated, but probably around 1907-1908) Silver Postcard to Mrs. Gregg (not dated, but probably around 1907-1908) ...Algu, 731 m. Postcard to Mrs. E. N. Gregg (not dated, but probably around 1907-1908) Nrnberg, Schlosshof mit Linde Postcard to Mrs. E. N. Gregg from Jessie (not dated, but probably around 1907-1908) Milano- Piazza della Scala Postcard to Mrs. Eva N. Gregg from Edith (not dated, but probably 1907-1908) Girl at Desk Writing, Postcard to Mrs. E. N. Gregg from Jessie (date unknown, but probably around 1907-1908) Interlaken- Generalansicht Postcard to Mrs. Gregg from E. J. Boalt, July 26 (year unknown, but probably 1907-1908) Bruxelles. La Place Royale Postcard to Mrs. Andrew Gregg from Gardie (not dated, but probably around 1907-1908) Avers- Musée D' Antiquite de Steen Postcard to Mrs. A. Gregg from Gardie (not dated, but probably around 1907-1908) Blue Photo Print Postcard to Mrs. Eva Gregg from Edith, 1908 ont-Aven- Les magnificences de la Cote de Roz Manech laissent un souvenir inoubliable Postcard to Mrs. Eva Gregg from Edith, 1908 Chateau de Chantilly. Le Chatelet Postcard to Mrs. Eva Gregg from Edith, 1908 Le Havre. Pêcheurs au port Postcard to Mrs. Gregg from Virginia, 1908 Edmundsklamm (Bhm, Schweiz), Breiter Stein Postcard to Prof. E. Stilman [sic] Kelley from Anton Palme, 1908 Zeppelins Luftschiff Postcard to Fran Eva Gregg from E., 1908 Paris. Notre-Dame. Chim�res. Postcard to Prof. Edgar Stillman-Kelley from C. G. Buck, 1908 Paris. La Tour Saint-Jacques Postcard to Mr. E. Stillman-Kelley from E. B., 1908 Immenstadt, Hotel Bayr. Hof Postcard to Stillmann [sic] Kelley, 1908 Leonardo and four of his lads, Piazza della Scala, Milano Postcard (previously in folder of correspondence to ESK and JSK from Frances Ferrero, 1908) Hildesheim Postcard to Mrs. Edgar Stillman Kelley from A. M. Surette, 1908 Firenze- Una veduta sull�Arno� Postcard to Mr. & Mrs. Stillmann [sic]-Kelley from Dot, 1908 Ancien Paris. Choeur de la Sainte-Chapelle, apr�s la restauration� Postcard to Mrs. E. Stillman Kelley from E. J. B., 1908 PARIS. L�Avenue du Bois de Boulogne. Retour des Courses. LL. Postcard to Mrs. E. Stillman-Kelley from S. M. W., January 1908 Redaktion der Allgemeinen Musik=Leitung� Postcard to Prof. Dr. Altmann, March 10, 1908 Bamberg, Rathaus� Postcard to Mrs. Eva Gregg from Edith, April 1, 1908 Bamberg von der Sternwarte aus. Postcard to Mrs. Gregg, April 1, 1908 Paris. Eglise de la Madeleine� Postcard to Mrs. Eva Gregg from Edith, April 15, 1908 Frohe Ostern� Postcard to Mrs. Edgar Stillman Kelley from Frances Beaus, April 18, 1908 Frohe Ostern, Mailick� Postcard to Mrs. Edgar Stillman Kelley from Caroline Little, April 18, 1908 Paris. Le Boulevard Montmartre� Postcard to Mrs. Eva Gregg from Edith, April 22, 1908 Erfurt, Dom u. Severikirche (Fr. Wilh. Platz)� Postcard to Mrs. Gregg from Carrie F. Smith and Meta C. Mohr, April 23, 1908 Chartres. Place de la Poissonnerie� Postcard to Mrs. Eva Gregg from Edith, April 24, 1908 Eisenach, Drachenschlucht� Postcard to Mrs. Edgar Stillman-Kelley from Henry Steams, April 26, 1908 San Luis Rey Mission, showing the Court, San Diego County, Cal. Postcard to Mrs. Gregg, April 27, 1908 Sold by The Wa-Wan Press to the addressee� Postcard to Edgar Stillman-Kelley, May 4, 1908 Bremen ,Die Ritter� am Rathaus� Postcard to Mrs. Gregg from Virginia, May 10, 1908 Liberia Cartoleria Gio. Zanetti, Venezia� Postcard to Mrs. Andrew Gregg, May 11, 1908 Firenze- Cortile del Bargello Postcard to Mrs. Eva Gregg from Dottie, May 27, 1908 Portrait Postcard to Mr. Kelley from Alex. Russell, Berlin, June 1908 Paris. La Statue de Camille Desmoulins Postcard to Mrs. Eva Gregg from Edith, June 1908 Soci�t� Nationale des Beaux-Arts (1908) Postcard to Mrs. Eva Gregg from Edith, June 2, 1908 LONDON. Hyde Park Corner.- LL� Postcard to Mrs. E. S. Kelley from Jessie L., June 3, 1908 Paris. Le Pont ses Saints-P�res� Postcard to Mrs. Eva Gregg from Edith, June 12, 1908 Postkarte� Postcard to Mrs. Edgar Stillman-Kelley from Henry Steams, June 13, 1908 Chantilly. Le Viaduc des Etangs de Comelle� Postcard to Mrs. Eva Gregg from E. H. P., June 15, 1908 Paris. Le Jardin des Tuileries et l�Arc de Triomphe du Carrousel� Postcard to Mrs. Eva Gregg from Edith, June 16, 1908 Sargent. Carmencita, Musée du Luxembourg� Postcard to Mrs. Eva Gregg from Edith, June 24, 1908 Musée de Versailles, Louis XVII pastel par Mme Vigée Lebrun. Postcard to Mrs. Eva Gregg from Edith, June 27, 1908 Panorama de Versailles� Postcard to Mrs. Eva Gregg from Edith, June 28, 1908 Beauvais. Int�rieur d�une ancienne maison canoniale� Postcard to Mrs. Eva Gregg, June 30, 1908 Pierrefonds. Les Bords de l�Etang. Postcard to Mrs. Eva Gregg from Edith, June 30, 1908 Musée du Louvre, L�onard de Vinci, T�te de Sainte Anne� Postcard to Mrs. Eva Gregg from E. K. P., June 22, 1908 Musée de Versailles. Marie-Antoinette et ses Enfants� Postcard to Mrs. Eva Gregg from Edith, June 24, 1908 Pierrefonds. Le Ch�teau et le Lac. Postcard to Mrs. Eva Gregg from Edith, June 25, 1908 Beauvais, Le grand Portail de la Cath�drale et l�entr�e du Palais de Justice� Postcard to Mrs. Eva Gregg, from Edith, June 29, 1908 Lac du Riffel et le Mont Cervin (4482 m) Riffelsee und Matterhorn� Postcard to Mrs. E. Gregg from E. J. Boalt, July 2, 1908 Canterbury Cathedral� Postcard to Mrs. Eva Gregg, July 4, 1908 Gainsborough. Rustic Children, the National Gallery, London Postcard to Mrs. Eva Gregg from Edith, July 4, 1908 Reynolds (Sir Joshua) P. R. A. The Infant Samuel, Kneeling at Prayer Postcard to Mrs. Eva Gregg from Edith, July 6, 1908 Maroni. Portrait of an Italian Nobelman. The National Gallery (London) Postcard to Mrs. Eva Gregg from Edith, July 6, 1908 Stoke Pogis Church Postcard to Mrs. Eva Gregg from Edith, July 7, 1908 Oberer Langbathsee Postcard to Mrs. E. S. Kelley, July 9, 1908 The Divinity School, Oxford, Postcard to Mrs. Eva Gregg from Edith, July 13, 1908 Salisburg. The Cathedral and Dearney Gardens� Postcard to Mrs. Eva Gregg from Edith, July 13, 1908 Mountain Drive� Postcard to Mrs. Edgar S. Kelley from F., July 15, 1908 Blenheim Palace, North Front Postcard to Mrs. Eva Gregg from Edith, July 17, 1908 The Houses of Parliament and Westminster Bridge Postcard to Mrs. Eva Gregg, July 17, 1908 Oxford Cathedral� Postcard to Mrs. Eva Gregg, July 18, 1908 Gremsm�hlen� Postcard to Mrs. L. Gregg, July 18, 1908 Paysage aux environs de Zermatt et le Mont Cervin� Postcard to Mrs. E. Stillman-Kelley from E. Boalt, July 20, 1908 London, Mansion House� Postcard to Mrs. Eva Gregg, July 22, 1908 Salisbury, Harnham Gate� Postcard to Mrs. Eva Gregg from Edith, July 22, 1908 Compi�gne. Palace-H�tel� Postcard to Mrs. Eva Gregg from E. K. P., August 1908 Paris. Rosace de la Sainte-Chapelle� Postcard to Mrs. Eva Gregg from Edith, August 2, 1908 Pont-Aven- L�H�tel de Roz Manech, succursale de l�H�tel Julia Postcard to Mrs. Eva Gregg from Edith, August 5, 1908 Max Sinz, Kunstverlag, Dresden Postcard to Mrs. Gregg from Carrie F. Smith, August 8, 1908 ...Aussee mit dem Dachstein. 2996 m.Postcard to Mrs. Edgar Stillman-Kelley, August 8, 1908 Hildesheim, 1000 J�hr. Rosenstock. Postcard to Mrs. Eva Gregg from Edith, August 10, 1908 Murillo- La Vierge au Chapelet� Postcard to Mrs. Eva Gregg from Edith, August 11, 1908 Stonehenge� Postcard to Mrs. Edgar Stillman-Kelley from H. S., August 12, 1908 Reynolds. Master Hare� Postcard to Mrs. Eva Gregg, August 12, 1908 Senlis, Abside de la Cath�drale� Postcard to Mrs. Eva Gregg from Edith, August 13, 1908 St-LEU-d�ESSERENT. Abside de l�Eglise� Postcard to Mrs. Eva Gregg from Edith, August 14, 1908 Ermenoville- Le Parc- Le Ch�teau� Postcard to Mrs. Eva Gregg from Edith, August 14, 1908 Senlis- Villem�trie- Le Moulin� Postcard to Mrs. Eva Gregg from Edith, August 15, 1908 The Robinson House� where I am now staying� Postcard to Mrs. Andrew K. Gregg, August 18, 1908 Soissons. La Cath�drale (XIVe Si�cle)� Postcard to Mrs. Eva Gregg from Edith, August 20, 1908 Meaux. Vue G�n�rale prise de l�H�tel de Ville� Postcard to Mrs. Eva Gregg from Edith, August 25, 1908 Christl. Hospiz u. Pension, Eisenach i. Th�r� Postcard to Prof. Edgar Stillman-Kelley, September 4, 1908 Christl. Hospiz u. Pension, Eisenach i. Th�r� Postcard to Prof. Edgar Stillman-Kelley, September 4, 1908 Paris. Le Luxembourg. La Fontaine de Carpaux� Postcard to Mrs. E. Gregg from Rex, September 9, 1908 Bremen. Auf dem Teerhofe� Postcard to Mr. Edwin Staf Bellanap from J. K., September 18, 1908 Bremen. Rathause (anno 1405 erbaut)� Postcard to Mrs. Eva Gregg from Edith, September 19, 1908 Norddeutscher Lloyd, Bremen. Reichspostdampfer ,Prinz Friedrich Wilhelm�� Postcard to Mrs. Eva Gregg from Edith, September 20, 1908 Ostseebad. ARENDSEE i. M. Kurhaus und Strand� Postcard to Prof. Stillman-Kelley from Johannes Palme, September 22, 1908 Old Senate House built about 1675, Kingston, N. Y. Postcard to Mrs. Edgar Stillman-Kelley, October 10, 1908 Cath�drale de Chartres. Le Transept� Postcard to Mrs. Eva Gregg, from Edith, October 22, 1908 Paris (IXe) L�Op�ra. Postcard to Mrs. Gregg from Julie, November 19, 1908 Japanese Print Postcard from Helen, December 1908 Monte-Carlo. Les Terrasses Postcard to Mr. & Mrs. E. S. Kelley from Laurence Adler, 1909 C. Duran. Le Po�te � la Mandoline, Musée du Luxembourg, Paris Postcard to Mrs. Eva H. Gregg from Alice, 1909 Portrait Postcard to Professor Kelley from Franz Hanauer, 1909 Rijks-Museum- Amsterdam, Nicolaas Maes. De spinster./The spinner./La fileuse./ Die Spinnerin. Postcard to Mrs. Edgar Stillman-Kelley, 1909 Paris. La Madeleine et la Place� Postcard to Mrs. Eva Gregg, 1909 Chartres. La Cath�drale, c�t� sud� Postcard to Mrs. Eva Gregg from Edith, 1909 Cartolina Postale Italiana� Postcard to Ervin Lendvai, 1909 Levelezo-Lap� Postcard to Ervin Lendvai, 1909 Helena Lewyn� Postcard to Mrs. Edgar Stillman-Kelley from Helena Lewyn, 1909 Portrait of himself, Rembrandt� Postcard to Mrs. Eva Gregg, January 15, 1909 1301 Harrison Street� Postcard to Jessie from Grace Stratton, February 20, 1909 Die Wartburg von S�d-West, F. Bayerlein, M�chen� Postcard to Prof. & Mrs. E. S. Kelley from Leo, March 18, 1909 Firenze- Veduta dei Lungarni coi Ponti Vecchio, S. Trinit�, Carraia e di Gerro alle Cascine� Postcard to Mrs. Stillman-Kelley, June 16, 1909 Luzern. Wasserturm. Kapellbr�cke u. Rathausquai. Postcard to Prof. Edgar Stillman Kelley from H. E. Miller, June 20, 1909 Souvenir de Naples, Hotel Riviera� Postcard to Mrs. Eva Gregg from Sarah, June 22, 1909 Has Holbein d. J�ngere (?), Portr�t� Postcard to Mrs. Edgar Stillman-Kelley, June 23, 1909 Entrance to City Park, Portland, Ore. Postcard to Mrs. Eva Gregg from Herb, June 29, 1909 Spreewalderinnen Postcard to Mrs. Edgar Stillman Kelley, July 10, 1909 Bayreuth, Festspielhaus Postcard to Prof. Edg. Stillman-Kelley, August 7, 1909 Beyenburg a. d. Wupper Postcard to Mr. & Mrs. Edgar Stillman Kelley, August 9, 1909 Bayreuth- Villa Wahnfried Postcard to Mr. & Mrs. E. S. Kelley from Leo Miller, August 13, 1909 Veduta del Pantheon d�Agrippa Postcard to Mrs. Eva Gregg from Rex, August 19, 1909 Beauvais. Vue G�n�rale� Postcard to Mrs. Eva Gregg from Edith, August 25, 1909 Algerie.- Village Kabyle et le Djurdjura.- LL. Postcard to Mr. & Mrs. E. Stillman Kelley, from H. R. Rich, November 9, 1909 Musée du Louvre, Lancret (Nicolas), Le�on de Musique� Postcard to Mrs. Edgar Stillman Kelley, November 11, 1909 Stuttgart, Turmstrasse� Postcard to Mrs. Gregg from Julie, November 16, 1909 Now all our neighbors... Postcard to Mrs. Edgar S. Kelley from Nance M. Grotecloos, December 8, 1909 Santa Barbara Mission, California. Founded 1786� Postcard to Fran Edgar Stillman Kelly [sic], December 10, 1909 Colorado Scenery, after the original painting by Leslie J. Skelton. A COLORADO RANCH� Postcard to E. Stillman-Kelley, December 14, 1909 Building/Square Postcard to Mrs. Edgar Stillman-Kelley from Edith, December 18, 1909 Mockba- Moscou� Postcard to Mr. & Mrs. Stillman-Kelly [sic], December 23, 1909 Portrait Postcard from Annie F. Bingham, December 28, 1909 Marseille. Quai du Port. 1C. Postcard to Mrs. Edgar Stillman Kelley, December 29, 1909 Wittelsbachbrunnen Postcard to Mr. Edgar Stillman-Kelley, December 30, 1909 Firenze. Galleria Uffizi- Andrea Verrocchio- Lorenzo di Credi, dip. Postcard to Mrs. Stillman-Kelley, 1910 Watercolor Postcard from Constance, January 1, 1910 Rotten Row, Hyde Park, London� Postcard to Mr. Stillman Kelley from H. R. Miller, January 16, 1910 Gruss ans Hessen Postcard to Mrs. Stillman-Kelley from M. Honan, March 14, 1910 Schnbrunn, Wien XIII Postcard to Mrs. E. Stillman-Kelley, April 16, 1910 PARIS. Boulevard Saint-Michel� Postcard to Mrs. Edgar Stillman Kelley, May 1910 Mulikpdagogilcher Derband E. J. Postcard to Mr. & Mrs. Ed. Stillman Kelley, May 4, 1910 München- Universität, Ludwigstraße u. Ludwigskirch Postcard to Mrs. Edgar Stillman-Kelley fro Benham, May 17, 1910 Eiger 3975m, Mnch 4105m, Jungfrau 4166m, 3148 Thunersee-Beatenbucht� Postcard to Mrs. E. S. Kelley, May 20, 1910 Nrnberg, Insel Schtt. Postcard to Mrs. Stillman-Kelley from L. Bacon, May 27, 1910 The Stewart Prince Charles Edward� Postcard to Mrs. E. S. Kelley, June 1, 1910 Mailsteamer ,Lapland Postcard to Mrs. Andrew Gregg from Grace Watson, Ju. 4, 1910 PARIS. Notre-Dame et le Pont. LL. Postcard to Mrs. E. S. Kelley, June 6, 1910 Schlachtensee Neue Fischerhtte Postcard to Mrs. E. Gregg from Frances J., June 6, 1910 London. Albert Memorial Postcard to Mrs. Gregg from Leo, June 7, 1910 Headquarters of Gen. Price, Battle of Wilsons Creek Postcard to Mrs. Eva Gregg from Edgar, June 11, 1910 Elkhorn Tavern, Pea Ridge Battlefield, Rogers, Ark. Postcard to Fran Jessie Stillman-Kelley from E., June 11, 1910 Photo Postcards (two) to Mamma and Sister from Herb, June 16, 1910 Santa Barbara, Cal. Postcard to Mrs. Eva Gregg from Edith, June 20, 1910 St. Pauls from Cheapside, London Postcard to Mrs. Edgar-Stillman Kelley, June 22, 1910 Oberammergau: Anton Lang Postcard to Mrs. Eva Gregg from Margaret Goldsmith, July 11, 1910 Rimini- Rocca Malatestiana Postcard to Fran Prof. Stillman-Kelley from Rex, July 21, 1910 Ruins of St. Oswalds Priory, Gloucester Postcard to Mrs. E. Stillman-Kelley, August 17, 1910 Stuttgardt, Schlossplatz mit altem Schloss Postcard to Prof. & Mrs. E. S. Kelley from Leo, October 3, 1910 Geraniums in Bloom, Empire Grounds, Grass Valley, Cal. Postcard to Mrs. Gregg, October 15, 1910 Venezia. Jl ponte dei Sospiri� Postcard to Mrs. Andrew Gregg, 1911 Fredrich der Gro�e als Tierfreund� Postcard to Fran Professor Stillmann Kelley from N. L., March 19, 1911 On the Lake Hakone, by Hokusai� Postcard to Mrs. Edgar Stillman-Kelley from Edith, June 5, 1911 Portals of the Past, G. G. Park, S. F. Cal. Postcard to Mrs. Edgar Stillman-Kelley from Edith, June 19, 1911 Tahoe Postcard to Mrs. Edgar Stillman-Kelley from Edith, August 16, 1911 Post Office: Windsor, Vermont� Postcard to Mr. Kelley, September 5, 1911 Montreux, Gorges du Chaudron� Postcard to Mrs. Gregg from Leo, September 9, 1911 Farm Postcard to Mrs. Eva Gregg from Dottie, September 15, 1911 China� Postcard to Mr. Edgar S. Kelley, August 17, 1911 Tillamook Bay & Bar, Ore. Postcard to A. K. Gregg (previously in folder for postcards to JSK from Edith, 1912) Tillamook Postcard (previously in folder for postcards to JSK from Edith, 1912) Tillamook Road Postcard (previously in folder for postcards to JSK from Edith, 1912) Hotel Traymore, Atlantic City, N. J. Postcard (previously in folder for postcards to JSK from Edith, 1912) Kandersteg und Gemmipass Postcard to Edgar Stillman Kelley (previously in folder for postcards to JSK, 1912) Juniper Tree in the Sierras Postcard to Mrs. Edgar Stillman-Kelley from Edith, January 1912 Carl Busch Postcard to Mrs. Kelley from Carl Busch, February 8, 1912 Photo of Building Postcard to Mrs. Edgar Stillman-Kelley from Edith, February 9, 1912 Oak Street and Highland Avenue Card to Edgar Stillman Kelley from a student of the Cincinnati Conservatory of Music, March 1, 1912 IPH Postcard to Mr. Kelly [sic] from Isabello F. Hopkins, May 18, 1912 Mt. Tamalpais Postcard to Mrs. Edgar Stillman-Kelley from Edith, June 13, 1912 Dayville R. R. Station, Dayville, Conn. Postcard to Mrs. Eva Gregg from E., August 28, 1912 Postcard to Cousin Kelleys from George and Annie Bingham, November 14, 1912 (re: death of Mrs. Gregg) Beatrice, Nebr. Postcard to Mrs. Edgar Stillman Kelley, November 15, 1912 (re: death of Mrs. Gregg) Cliffs at Hunter Beach Head� Postcard (previously held in folder for postcards to ESK and JSK, 1913) Returning to Camp after a Day�s Fishing� Postcard to Mrs. Stillman-Kelley, August 10, 1913 Rote-Kreuz-Sammlung 1914, Leipzig� Postcard, 1914 Fr�hliche Weihnachten Postcard from Margaret (previously in folder of postcards to JSK 1914) Cln a. Rh. St. Aposteln Postcard (previously in folder of postcards from ESK to JSK 1914) Cln a. Rh. St. Ursula (Schatzkammer)� Postcard (previously in folder of postcards from ESK to JSK 1914) Ostende- La Place Vander Zweep Postcard (previously in folder of postcards from ESK to JSK 1914) Ostende, Sur la plage Postcard (previously in folder of postcards from ESK to JSK 1914) Holland-Amerika Linie, Rotterdam- New York Postcard (previously in folder of postcards from ESK to JSK 1914) Kln a. Rh. Am St. Gereon Postcard (previously in folder of postcards from ESK to JSK 1914) Postcard and envelope to Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Stillman Kelley, January 1, 1914 Postcard and envelope to Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Stillman Kelley, March 24, 1914 Postcard to Mrs. Jessie Stillman Kelley, April 7, 1914 Postcard to Mrs. Jessie Stillman Kelley, April 8, 1914 To the Traveller Postcard to Mr. Edgar Stillman Kelley from Sara L., April 8, 1914 Hamburg-Amerika-Linie, Hamburg Postcard to Mrs. Jessie Stillman Kelley, April 10, 1914 Hamburg-Amerika-Linie Postcard to Mrs. Jessie Stillman Kelley, April 10, 1914 Postcard to Professor Kelley, April 20, 1914 Postcard to Professor Kelley, April 21, 1914 Leipzig. Neues Rathaus Postcard to Mrs. Jessie Stillman Kelley, April 21, 1914 Altenburg. Herzogl. Hoftheater Postcard to Mrs. E. S. Kelley, April 28, 1914 Altenburg S.-A. Grosser Teich u Insel Postcard to Mrs. Jessie Stillman Kelley, April 28, 1914 Postcard to Mrs. J. Stillman Kelley from D. D., May 5, 1914 Leipzig. Neues Theater Postcard to Jessie, May 8, 1914 Zeppelin am alten Rathaus, Leipzig Postcard to Mrs. Jessie Stillman Kelley from D. D., May 10, 1914 Postcard to Edgar Stillman Kelley from Franz E. Willmann, May 12, 1914 Building Postcard to Jessie Stillman Kelley from Julius, May 13, 1914 Knig Friedrich August v. Sachsen im Kreise seiner Kinder Postcard to Mrs. J. Stillman Kelley from E., May 16, 1914 Photograph 5939 Brookside Park, Salisburg, Conn. Postcard to Mrs. Edgar Stillman Kelley from H. McDowell, May 17, 1913 Dresden-Neustadt Postcard to Mrs. Edgar Stillman Kelley, May 17, 1914 Postcard to Mrs. Jessie Stillman Kelley, May 21, 1914 Pension Kurfrstendamm-Haus Postcard to Mrs. Jessie Stillman Kelley, May 29, 1914 Erbprinz zu Braunschweig u. Lneburg Postcard to Mrs. J. Stillman Kelley from D. D., May 29, 1914 Mchen Frauenkirche und neuer Rathausturm Postcard to Mrs. J. Stillman Kelley, June 3, 1914 Berlin W. Brandenburger Tor Postcard to Mrs. Edgar Stillman Kelley, June 4, 1914 Altenburger Bauern in der Dorfschinke Postcard to Edgar Stillman-Kelley, June 10, 1914 Augsburg. Augustusbrunnen Postcard to Mrs. E. Stillman Kelley, June 7, 1914 Zwischen Immenstadt und Sonthofen Postcard to Mrs. Edgar Stillman Kelley, June 10, 1914 Berlin Postcard to Mrs. Jessie Stillman Kelley, June 18, 1914 Michen, Isartal bei Baierbrunn Postcard to Mrs. J. Stillman Kelley, July 10, 1914 Dresden. Freitreppe der Brihlischen Terrasse Postcard to Mrs. E. Stillman Kelley, June 16, 1914 Fissen, Neuschwanstein Postcard to Mr. E. S. Stillman Kelley, June 23, 1914 52, Avenue de la Bourdonnai Postcard to Mr. Kelley, June 29, 1914 Michen, Maximilianeum Postcard to Fran. J. Stillman Kelley, June 30, 1914 Postcard to Mrs. J. Stillman-Kelley, July 5, 1914 Postcard to Mrs. J. Stillman Kelley, July 6, 1914 Am Ammersee Postcard to Mrs. J. Stillman Kelley, July 8, 1914 Oberaudorf mit Brinstein Postcard to Mrs. J. Stillman Kelley, July 17, 1914 Leipzig, Partie am Vilkerschlacht-Denkmal Postcard to Mrs. J. Stillman Kelley, July 22, 1914 Cln a. Rh. Rathaus u. Dom. Postcard to Mrs. Jessie Stillman Kelley, July 22, 1914 M Postcard to Mrs. Kelley from Harold Morris, July 28, 1914 Cln a. Rh. St. Gereon Postcard to Mrs. Jessie Stillman Kelley, August 6, 1914 Carte Postale/Postka Postcard to Mrs. Jessie Stillman Kelley, August 7, 1914 Envelope with 6 blank Altenburg postcards, to Mrs. Jessie Stillman Kelley, August 13, 1914 Postcard to E. Stillman Kelley, August 24, 1914 Altenburg S. A. Schlo�hof mit Stadtansicht� Postcard to Mrs. Jessie Stillman Kelley, August 24, 1914 Ordville, Wash. July 4, 1914� Postcard to Mrs. E. S. Kelley from Herb, August 31, 1914 The Albert Hall� Postcard to Mrs. Jessie Stillman Kelley, August 1914 Oak Street and Highland Ave� Card to Mrs. Kelley (previously held in Box 13 Folder 3, correspondence May-Aug. 1914) Berlin, Kaiser Wilhelm-Ged�chtnis-Kirche� Postcard to Mrs. Jessie Stillman Kelley from Edgar (previously held in Box 13 Folder 3, correspondence May-Aug. 1914) Ecke Kaiser-Allee� Postcard to Mrs. Jessie Stillman Kelley (previously held in Box 13 Folder 3, correspondence May-Aug. 1914) Altenburg, Blick vom Schloss-Altan� Postcard (previously held in Box 13 Folder 3, correspondence May-Aug. 1914) Altenburg, S.-A. Blicknach dem Schloß” Postcard (previously held in Box 13 Folder 3, correspondence May-Aug. 1914) Herzogliche Familie von Sachsen-Altenburg� Postcard (previously held in Box 13 Folder 3, correspondence May-Aug. 1914) Altenburg S. A. Blick nach dem Schloß” Postcard (previously held in Box 13 Folder 3, correspondence May-Aug. 1914) Altenburg S. A. Herzogl. Schloß” Postcard (previously held in Box 13 Folder 3, correspondence May-Aug. 1914) Der Thuringer hof in Leipzig� Postcard (previously held in Box 13 Folder 3, correspondence May-Aug. 1914) Altenburg Herzogl. Hoftheater� Postcard (previously held in Box 13 Folder 3, correspondence May-Aug. 1914) Altenburg S.-A. Blick a. Herzogl. Schloss u. Stadt� Postcard (previously held in Box 13 Folder 3, correspondence May-Aug. 1914) Altenburg� Postcard (previously held in Box 13 Folder 3, correspondence May-Aug. 1914) Se. Hoheit Herzog Ernst II. von Sachsen-Altenburg� Postcard (previously held in Box 13 Folder 3, correspondence May-Aug. 1914) Altenburg S. A. Markt. Postcard (previously held in Box 13 Folder 3, correspondence May-Aug. 1914) Leipzig. Poniatowski-Denkmal. Postcard (previously held in Box 13 Folder 3, correspondence May-Aug. 1914) Altenburg S.-A. Herzogl. Schloss� Postcard (previously held in Box 13 Folder 3, correspondence May-Aug. 1914) Westminster Abbey, Henry VII�s Chapel, London� Postcard to Mrs. J. Stillman Kelley, August 31, 1914 Shottery, Ann Hathaway�s Cottage, The Kitchen� Postcard to Mrs. J. Stillman Kelley from Edgar, August 31, 1914 Postcard to Mr. Kelley, January 26 (previously held in folder with correspondence to ESK, JSK 1915) Pillars, Palace of Fine Arts. Postcard to Mrs. Edgar Stillman-Kelley, March 13, 1915 Swiss Cottage, Crapo Park in the Winter Tim, Burlington, Iowa� Postcard to Mrs. Edgar Stillman-Kelley from Charles, December 14, 1915 Photo Postcard to Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Stillman-Kelley from Footes, August 17, 1916 Royal Gorge, Colo., from above� Postcard to Mrs. Edgar Stillman Kelley from Edgar, February 25, 1917 The Desert, Arizona� Postcard to Mrs. Edgar Stillman Kelley from Ed, February 26, 1917 Postcard to Mrs. Edgar Stillman Kelly [sic] from C. W., June 14, 1917 Postcard to Mr. Kelley from Annie P. Tate, November 7, 1917 Boston Art Club� Postcard, November 9, 1917 Boston Art Club� Postcard, November 11, 1917 Postcard to Mrs. Kelley from Annie, 1918 Postcard to Mr. Kelley from Grace Barr Bowen, January 6, 1918

    Bathing Avon, N.J. Postcard to Mr. & Mrs. Edgar Stillman Kelley, June 16, 1919 The Sponge Geyser, Yellowstone National Park� Postcard to Mr. Edgar Stillman Kelley from Joe C., July 16, 1919 On Street Card Line from Potter Hotel Postcard to Mrs. Edgar Stillman Kelley, October 15, 1919 Bulletin Board, Chinatown� Postcard (previously held in Box 15 Folder 2, misc. correspondence to ESK, 1920) Beautiful Oaks and Ball Player Monument- University of California, Berkeley Postcard (previously held in Box 15 Folder 2, misc. correspondence to ESK, 1920) Boys and Girls of Chinatown, San Francisco, Calif. Postcard (previously held in Box 15 Folder 2, misc. correspondence to ESK, 1920) The Campanille- University of California, Berkeley, Calif... Postcard (previously held in Box 15 Folder 2, misc. correspondence to ESK, 1920) Group of Buildings and Campanille- University of California, Berkeley� Postcard (previously held in Box 15 Folder 2, misc. correspondence to ESK, 1920) The Bells, San Gabriel Arcangel Mission, California� Postcard to Mrs. Edgar Stillman Kelley from Edith Clawson, March 12, 1920 Serra Cross, Mt. Rubidoux. Riverside, California� Postcard to Mrs. Edgar Stillman-Kelley from Edith, August 23, 1920 Postcard to Jessie from Edgar, 1921 Florida Postcard to Mrs. Jessie Stillman Kelley from E., January 1921 Dipping and Scrapping Pine Trees, Turpentine Industry, in Florida. Postcard to Mrs. Jessie Stillman-Kelley, January 1921 Florida East Coast Railway, Key West Extension, Express Train at Sea, Florida� Postcard to Mrs. Jessica Stillman Kelley from E., January 8, 1921 Beautiful Florida, Blue Heron at Home in the Everglades Postcard to Mrs. Jessie Stillman-Kelley from E., January 10, 1921 Under the shade of the Bamboo tree, Florida. Postcard to Mrs. Jessie Stillman Kelley from D. D., January 17, 1921 Hotel McAlpin, New York� Postcard to Mrs. Edgar Stillman Kelley from D. D., September 27, 1921 Postcard to E. Stillman Kelley, July 5, 1922 Postcard to E. Stillman Kelley, July 22, 1922 von Vlohm & Voß” Postcard to Prof. Stillman-Kelley, July 22, 1922 Ship Postcard to Miss Stillman Kelley from the Kepplers, July 22, 1922 Postcard to Prof. E. Stillman Kelley, July 29, 1922 Postcard to E. Stillman Kelley, August 2, 1922 Postcard to E. Stillman Kelley, August 3, 1922 Postcard to Dr. Anton Palme, August 8, 1922 Postcard to E. Stillman Kelley, September 6, 1922 Postcard to Dr. Anton Palmes from Jessie Kelley, October 7, 1922 Postcard to E. Stillman Kelley, October 8, 1922 Postcard to E. Stillman Kelley, October 12, 1922 Postcard to E. Stillman Kelley, October 19, 1922 Postcard to E. Stillman Kelley, November 1, 1922 Postcard to E. Stillman Kelley, November 5, 1922 Holland-America Line, Rotterdam-New York� Postcard to Mrs. Edgar Stillman-Kelley from D. D., November 8, 1922 London: Westminster Abbey, Ext. Postcard to Mrs. E. Stillman-Kelley from D. D., November 19, 1922 London. The Tower Bridge, closed Postcard to Mrs. Edgar Stillman-Kelley from D. D., November 20, 1922 Postcard to E. Stillman Kelley, November 28, 1922 Postcard to E. Stillman Kelley, 1923 Autographed Christmas Postcard including signatures from Joseph Lewis, Kidson, John Hill, Edward Richards, Percy L. Adams, William Wilford, John H. Cattell, and Edgar Stillman-Kelley (previously kept in folder of 1923 correspondence) Paris. La Tour Saint-Jacques- Saint James Tower� Postcard to Mrs. Edgar Stillman-Kelley from Edgar, April 2, 1923 Postcard from London to Mrs. Edgar Stillman-Kelley from D. D., April 4, 1923 Postcard to Edgar S. Kelley Esq. from Lucas, April 12, 1923 City of Birmingham Choir Postcard to E. Stillman Kelley Esq. from Joseph Lewis, April 24, 1923 The Ohio Federation of Music Clubs� Postcard to E. Stillman Kelley, March 24, 1923 Prof. Schr�der-Pl�n� Portrait Postcard (previously held in folder of correspondence to ESK from Schr�der-Pl�n, March 27, 1923) Old Church at Chelsea� Postcard to Mrs. Edgar Stillman-Kelley from D. D., May 2, 1923 City of Birmingham Choir� Postcard to Edgar Stillman Kelley Esq. from Joseph Lewis, May 3, 1923 Postcard to E. Stillman Kelley, May 7, 1923 Photograph Postcard from H. H. Mytton to Professor E. Stillman Kelley, June 6, 1923 Talbot Woods, Bournemouth� Postcard to Mrs. E. Stillman-Kelley (Previously held in folder of correspondence June 8, 1923) Lake Tahoe and Int. Tallac from Glenbrook Postcard to Mrs. Edgar Stillman-Kelley from Edith, October 3, 1924 Card to Mrs. Kelley from Ida L. Vanimau, March 8, 1925 Postcard to Mrs. Edgar Stillman-Kelley from E., February 19, 1929 Postcard to Mrs. Edgar Stillman-Kelley from D. D., February 20, 1929 Postcard to Mrs. Edgar Stillman-Kelley from E., February 21, 1929 A Glimps [sic] into Fishes Paradise, through Glass-Bottom Boat, Silver Springs, Florida� Postcard to Mrs. E. Stillman-Kelley from E., February 25, 1929 Postcard to Mrs. Edgar Stillman Kelley from E., February 25, 1929 The Homestead from Golf Course, Hot Springs, VA Postcard to Mr. & Mrs. Edgar S. Kelley, July 26, 1930 Villar Pellice- Piazza Vittorio Emanuele II. Postcard to Mrs. E. Stillman Kelley from Alice Sage, August 30, 1930 Postcard to E. Stillman Kelley, September 15, 1930 Postcard to E. Stillman Kelley, October 2, 1930 Postcard to Mrs. Edgar Stillman Kelley from Merle Thrasher, October 9, 1930 Postcard to Mrs. Edgar Stillman-Kelley from Merle Thrasher, October 17, 1930 Postcard to Mrs. Edgar Stillman Kelley from O.D.L., October 23, 1930 Postcard to Mrs. Edgar Stillman Kelley from O.D.L., October 30, 1930 Postcard to Mrs. Edgar Stillman-Kelley from Edgar, November 24, 1930 Postcard to Mrs. Edgar Stillman-Kelley (Jessie) from Mr. Jessie Stillman Kelley, December 10, 1930 Ohio Federation of Women�s Clubs� Postcard to Mrs. Edgar Stillman Kelley, August 28, 1934 Postcard to Jessie Stillman-Kelley from Berta, August 1, 1936 Postcard to Dr. Edgar Stillman Kelly [sic] from Ruth M. Fraser, April 16, 1937 Postcard to Miss Kitty Cheathaue [?] from Alice, April 16, 1937 Postcard to Mr. Edgar Stillman Kelley from Warren Staebler, January 16 (year unknown, but probably 1930s or 1940s) Yachts in Marblehead Harbor, Marblehead, Mass. Postcard to friend (date unknown, but probably 1930s or 1940s) Postcard to Mrs. Kelley from Warren Miller (Monday, date unknown, but probably 1930s or 1940s) Private Mailing Card� Postcard to Kitty from Louis L. T., April 14, 1940 Loon Lake, Chestertown, N.Y. Postcard to Mr. & Mrs. Edgar Stillman-Kelly [sic], July 12, 1940 The Paderewski Testimonal Fund� Postcard to Mr. & Mrs. Edgar Stillman Kelley, October 3, 1941 Das Begr�bnis des Armen� Postcard (Blank) Br�nigstrasse am Lopper mit Pilatus� Postcard (Blank) ROMA- Via dell�Impero dal Colosseo� Postcard (Blank) Schloss Haunspzu [?] Postcard (Blank) Schloss Haunspzu [?] Postcard (Blank) Schloss Haunspzu [?] Postcard (Blank) Schloss Haunspzu [?] Postcard (Blank) Schloss Haunspzu [?] Postcard (Blank) Schloss Haunspzu [?] Postcard (Blank) Reims- La Cath�drale Postcard (Blank) Il Redentore- Leonardo da Vinci, Pinacoteca di Brera, Milano� Postcard (Blank) Firenze- Museo di S. Maria del Fiore- Una Formella della Cantoria di Luca Della Robbia� Postcard (Blank) Potsdam. Der segnende Christus vor der Friedenskirche. Postcard (Blank) Potsdam. Marmorpalais. Postcard (Blank) Potsdam. Scholss Babelsberg. Postcard (Blank) Gruss aus Potsdam. Froschfontaine. Postcard (Blank) Potsdam, Schloss Sanssouci mit den Terrassen Postcard (Blank) Potsdam. Das Matrosenhaus und Fiatowturm Postcard (Blank) Potsdam, Schloss Sanssouci Postcard (Blank) Potsdam. Friederich der Grosse im Park von Sanssouci Postcard (Blank) Potsdam. Neues Palais. Postcard (Blank) Potsdam, Schloss Sanssouci mit der grossen Fontaine Postcard (Blank) Potsdam. Langebr�cke. Postcard (Blank) Potsdam, Nicolaikirche u. K�nigl. Stadtschloss Postcard (Blank) Potsdam. Historische M�hle. Postcard (Blank) Bamberg. Dom, K�nig Konrad. Postcard (Blank) Bamberg. Portal der alten Residenz. Postcard (Blank) Bamberg, F�rstenportal, Das letzte Gericht� Postcard (Blank) Gruss aus Potsdam. Chinesischer Pavillon Postcard (Blank) Firenze, Bassorilievo di Luca della Robbia- Cantoria (Museo di S. Maria del Fiore) Postcard (Blank) Firenze- Palazzo Strozzi- Reggi-stendardo e campanella in ferro battuto (Nicol� Grosso detto il Caparra) Postcard (Blank) ROMA- Adrianna addormentata (Museo Vaticano)� Postcard (Blank) Rijksmuseum- Amsterdam. Jan Haekaert. De esschenlaan. Ash-alley. All�e de fr�nes. Esschen-Allee. Postcard (Blank) P. P. Rubens- L�Assomption de la Vierge. Cath�drale d�Anvers. Postcard (Blank) ROMA. Museo delle Terme. La Sposa. Postcard (Blank) ROMA. Museo Vaticano. Ninfa. Postcard (Blank) Holbein. Didier �rasme. Musée d�Anvers� Postcard (Blank) Holbein. Didier �rasme. Musée d�Anvers� Postcard (Blank) Holbein. Didier �rasme. Musée d�Anvers� Postcard (Blank) Josef Isra�ls� Postcard (Blank) Public Library Boston, Mass. From Photography by Baldwin Coolidge� Postcard (Blank) Delivery Room, Boston Public Library, from photograph by Dadmun Co., Boston� Postcard (Blank) Art by Bela L. Pratt- Boston Public Library, from photography by Baldwin Coolidge� Postcard (Blank) Hosea- Boston Public Library, by John S. Sargent, from Copley Print, Copyright by Curtis & Cameron, Boston Postcard (Blank) Pastoral Poetry, Dramatic Poetry, Epic Poetry,- Boston Public Library Postcard (Blank) Isaiah- Boston Public Library, by John S. Sargent Postcard (Blank) From painting by Puvis de Chavannes, Musée welcoming the genius of enlightenment Boston Public Library Postcard (Blank) Chemistry from painting by Puvis de Chavannes, Boston Public Library Postcard (Blank) Physics, from painting by Puvis de Chavannes, Boston Public Library Postcard (Blank) Philosophy, Astronomy, History Boston Public Library Postcard (Blank) Unidentified Art Sketching Postcard (Blank) Grand Staircase- Boston Public Library, from Photograph by N. L. Stebbins Postcard (Blank) California Hall. University of California, BERKELEY. Boalt Hall of Law. Postcard (Blank) California Hall. Boalt Hall of Law. General Campus View, University of California, BERKELEY Postcard (Blank) California Hall. Center Path. Boalt Hall of Law. University of California, BERKELEY� Postcard (Blank) Las Hilanderas. Vel�zquez, Hauser y Menet. Madrid. Postcard (Blank) La Anunciati�n, Murillo, Hauser y Menet. Madrid. Postcard (Blank) Photograph of Vergangenheit u. Gegenwart (Bornholm) Runenstein bei Brogaard Br�cke� Sketch clipping from E. A. Wright Bank Note Co., Phila. G.B. Portrait Postcard (Blank) Moss Glen Falls� Postcard (Blank) Las Meninas. Vel�zquez, Hauser y Menet. Madrid. Postcard (Blank) Wilhelm Grimm� Postcard (Blank) Courtyard of Castle of Issogne, Verr�s, Val d�Aosta [?], Italy Postcard (Blank) Invitation de Danse� Postcard (Blank) Smetana. Postcard (Blank) The Bowl. National High School Orchestra Camp, Interlochen, Mich. Postcard (Blank) The Bowl. National High School Orchestra Camp, Interlochen, Mich. Postcard (Blank) The Bowl. National High School Orchestra Camp, Interlochen, Mich. Postcard (Blank) St. John's Church and Rectory, Essex, N.Y. Postcard (Blank) St. John's Church and Rectory Postcard (Blank) Villa Scharwenka. Saarow-Ost. Postcard (Blank) Cabin Painting Postcard (Blank) Villa Scharwenka, Saarow-Ost. Postcard (Blank) Dresden. Henrietta von Frankreich. K�nigin von England, van Dyck� Postcard (Blank) Elmira College. ELMIRA, N.Y. Postcard (Blank) Buckingham Hotel, opposite Forest Park� Envelope (Blank) Metropolitan Life Insurance Building, New York� Postcard (Blank) Midlake Station, Great Salt Lake, Utah. Southern Pacific Co.'s Ogden Lucin Cut-off Postcard (Blank) Truckee River, Nevada. Postcard (Blank) White House, Norfolk, Ct. Postcard (Blank) White House, Norfolk, Ct. Postcard (Blank) The Music Shed, Norfolk, Conn. Postcard (Blank) The Music Shed, Norfolk, Conn. Postcard (Blank) Elmira College -- The Dining Hall, Elmira, N.Y. Postcard (Blank) Volcanic Cone and Lava Bed, New Mexico� Postcard (Blank) Castlewood, Residence of John H. Hanan, Newport, R.I. Postcard (Blank) The Elms, Residence of E. J. Berwind, Newport, R.I. Postcard (Blank) Japanese Tea House, Estate of Mrs. O. H. P. Belmont, Newport, R.I. Postcard (Blank) U.S. Naval Training Station, Newport, R.I., War College Postcard (Blank) Bunker Hill, General Warren Statue, Charlestown, Mass.Postcard (Blank) Club House, Alexander's Lake, Dayville, Conn. Postcard (Blank) Post office, Dayville, Conn. Postcard (Blank) Dayville Woolen Mill, Dayville, Conn. Postcard (Blank) Main Street, Dayville, Conn. Postcard (Blank) Main Street, Dayville, Conn. Postcard (Blank) Rembrandt, die Pfannkuchenb�ckerin, 1635. Postcard (Blank) Rembrandt, Wasser-Landschaft, 1650. Postcard (Blank) Rembrandt, die H�tten am Kanal. Postcard (Blank) Rembrandt, sitzender Bettler, 1630. Postcard (Blank) Rembrandt, der verlorene Soh, 1636. Postcard (Blank) Rembrandt, Landschaft. Postcard (Blank) Rembrandt, der zw�lfj�hrige Jesus im Tempel. Postcard (Blank) Die Feen, Richard Wagner-Zyklus� Postcard (Blank) Rienzi, Richard Wagner-Zyklus� Postcard (Blank) Der Fliegende Holl�nder, Richard Wagner-Zyklus� Postcard (Blank) Tannh�user, Richard Wagner-Zyklus� Postcard (Blank) Lohengrin, Richard Wagner-Zyklus� Postcard (Blank Tristan und Isolde, Richard Wagner-Zyklus� Postcard (Blank) Die Meistersinger, Richard Wagner-Zyklus� Postcard (Blank) Rheingold, Richard Wagner-Zyklus� Postcard (Blank) Die Walk�re, Richard Wagner-Zyklus� Postcard (Blank) Siegfried, Richard Wagner-Zyklus� Postcard (Blank) Gitterd�mmerung, Richard Wagner-Zyklus Postcard (Blank) Parsifal, Richard Wagner-Zyklusi Postcard (Blank) tage Used Durign High Jinks, Bohemian Grove� Postcard (Blank) Natural Theatre, Bohemian Grove� Postcard (Blank) Natural Theatre- Bohemian Grove, Russian River, Cal. Postcard (Blank) Famous Leaning Tree, Bohemian Grove, Cal.Postcard (Blank) Mammoth Redwoods, Bohemian Grove, Cal. Postcard (Blank) Bohemian GroveDining Room, Cal. Postcard (Blank) Poe Cottage before it was moved Postcard (Blank) Cottage Postcard (Blank) Poe Cottage present condition Postcard (Blank) Fordham Manor Ref. Church Postcard (Blank) Poe Cottage, Kingsbridge Road, Fordham, N.Y. Postcard (Blank) Chimney in Cottage Postcard (Blank) Cottage Postcard (Blank) Bedpost Postcard (Blank) Residence in California. Home of C. C. Bragdon, Pasadena, Cal. Postcard (Blank) Cunard R.M.S. Berengaria, Tonnage 52,700 Postcard (Blank)

    Note: Contents in the Edgar Stillman Kelley Collection are listed into various boxes contained within the content item. There are 103 boxes contained in this collection.

    Content Item 8: Box 87-93

    Box 87: ESK Postcards (Continued)

    Barbizon-Plaza. Overlooking Central Park. New York Postcard (Blank, The Biltmore Hotel, Los Angeles, The Host of the Coast Postcard (Blank) Sistine Madonna, Raphael Picture The Peerless Pantry Postcard (Blank) The Mayflower at Sea, A.S. Burbank Postcard (Blank) Public Library, MAGNOLA, Mass. Postcard (Blank) Cut Bank Camp, in the Cut Bank Canyon, Glacier National Park, Montana. On Main Line Great Northern Railway, See America First Postcard (Blank) View from the Hotel Cecil Looking East. Postcard (Blank) Cunard R.M.S. Aquitania, Carolean Smoking Room Postcard (Blank) Cunard R.M.S. Berengaria, First-class smoking room Postcard (Blank) Mother Ann, near Magnolia, Mass. Postcard (Blank) Ann Hathaway's Cottage, Shottery. Postcard (Blank) The Mill, Guy Cliff, Warwick Postcard (Blank) Mervins Bower, Kenilworth Castle Postcard (Blank) Warwick Castle Postcard (Blank) Kenilworth Castle Postcard (Blank) Road to Station thru the Willows, Magnolia, Mass. Postcard (Blank) Italian Garden, Coolidge Estate. Magnolia, Mass. Postcard (Blank) Warwick Castle Postcard (Blank) Soda Bay and Clear Lake, Lake County, California Postcard (Blank) Panorama from Nob Hill, overlooking Business District, San Francisco. Postcard (Blank) Town Square Postcard (Blank) Sunday Concert at Interlochen Bowl, near Traverse City, Mich.Postcard (Blank) Sunday Concert at Interlochen Bowl, near Traverse City, Mich. Postcard (Blank) Sunday Concert at Interlochen Bowl, near Traverse City, Mich. Postcard (Blank) Terrace Inn, Bay View, Mich. Postcard (Blank) Terrace Inn, Bay View, Mich. Postcard (Blank) The Arch, Fort Marion, St. Augustine, Fla. Postcard (Blank) The Arch, Fort Marion, St. Augustine, Fla. Postcard (Blank) A Southern Home, New Orleans, La. Postcard (Blank) San Miguel, the oldest church in America, Santa Fe, New Mexico Postcard (Blank) Oreste Giolito 108-110 W. 49th Street, New York Postcard (Blank) Pines on the Lake, Lake Shore Drive, Northern Michigan Postcard (Blank)French Lick Springs Hotel, French Lick, Ind. Postcard (Blank) Autos at Oceanside Entrance, Magnolia, Mass. Postcard (Blank) Florentine Dining Room, Hotel Gibson, Cincinnati, Ohio. Postcard (Blank) Casa Loma Hotel, Redlands, Calif., R. E. Sandford, Prop. and Mgr. Postcard (Blank) Columbia River Highway, Oregon. Multnomah Falls, Benson and Highway Bridges. Postcard (Blank) Oceanside Hotel from Shore, Magnolia, Mass. Postcard (Blank) photograph of Lake and Railroad Hotel McAlpin, New York. Postcard (Blank) Bunker Hill Monument, Charlestown, Mass. Postcard (Blank) Invitation de Danse with fruits Postcard (Blank) Prospect Point, Niagara Falls. Postcard (Blank) Horseshoe Fall from Goat Island, Niagara Falls Postcard (Blank) American Fall from Goat Island, Niagara Falls. Postcard (Blank) American Fall, from Below Niagara Falls. Postcard (Blank) American Fall from Canadian Side, Niagara Falls. Postcard (Blank) Niagara Falls from Canadian Side Postcard (Blank) American Fall from Goat Island, Niagara Falls. Postcard (Blank) Whirlpool Rapids Below the Bridge, Niagara Falls. Postcard (Blank) Rock of All Ages and Cave of the Winds, Niagara Falls Postcard (Blank) Great Whirlpool Rapids, Niagara Falls. Postcard (Blank) A. H. Cheney, Stowe, VT. Postcard (Blank) A. H. Cheney, Stowe, VT. Postcard (Blank) A. H. Cheney, Stowe, VT. Postcard (Blank) A. H. Cheney, Stowe, Vt. Postcard (Blank) A. H. Cheney, Stowe, VT. Postcard (Blank) A. H. Cheney, Stowe, VT. Postcard (Blank) View of summit from east side of Nost, Mt. Mansfield Postcard (Blank) Maple St. Stowe VT. Postcard (Blank) Bingham's Falls, Stowe, Vt. no. IV Postcard (Blank) Moss Glen... Postcard (Blank) Moss Glen Cascade, Stowe, Vt. Postcard (Blank) Moss Glen Falls, Stowe, Vt. Postcard (Blank) Garden at Mariemont Postcard (Blank) Walter Scott Postcard (Blank) The Toronto Power Co. Ltd., Niagara Falls, Canada Postcard (Blank) Horseshoe Fall from Below Niagara Falls. Postcard (Blank) Bobby Leach's Awful Plunge over Niagara Falls, July 25th, 1911.Postcard (Blank) Erstes internationales Wettfliegen in Deutschland, zu Berlin-Johannisthal, Sept.-Okt. 1909 Postcard (Blank) Orville Wright mit seiner Flugmaschine. Postcard (Blank) Forest Fire [?]Postcard (Blank) Rubens. La Descente de Croix. Musée d'Anvers. Postcard (Blank) Hauser y Menet. Madrid, Burgos: La Catedral Postcard (Blank) Burgos, Catedral: Detalle del Trasaltar, Coleccin DASLOC. Nm. 9 Postcard (Blank) Anvers, La Cathedral. Postcard (Blank) Anvers, Le Steen. Postcard (Blank) Burg Rheinstein, Gruss vom Rhein Postcard (Blank) Cln a. Rh. St. Gereon, Pieta. Postcard (Blank) Cln a. Rh. St. Gereon. Postcard (Blank) Ostende. Tombeau de la Reine Louise-Marie. Postcard (Blank) ANVERS, Le Puits Quintin Matsys Postcard (Blank) Cathedral de REIMS- Statues du Grand Portail, La Reine de Saba, Un Mage, Saint-Joseph, Marie, Phototypie J. Bienaim, Reims, Hotel du Lion d'Or. Postcard (Blank) ANVERS, La Place Verte Postcard (Blank) Club House, Alexander's Lake, Dayville, Conn. Postcard (Blank) Main Street, Kelseyville, Lake Co., Cal. Postcard (Blank) A little scene on the Willamette River, Portland Postcard (Blank)

    Sacra Familia del Cordero, Rafael de Urbino, Hauser y Menet. Madrid Postcard (Blank) Sacra Familia del Pajarito, Murillo, Hauser y Menet. Madrid Postcard (Blank) Velazquez. Principe D. Baltasar Carlos, Hauser y Menet. Madrid Postcard (Blank) Fernando VII, Hauser y Menet. Madrid Postcard (Blank) La Porciúncula, Murillo, Hauser y Menet. Madrid Postcard (Blank) Sacre Familia del Lagarto, Rafael de Urbino, Hauser y. Menet. Madrid Postcard (Blank) San Ildefonso, Murillo, Hauser y Menet. Madrid Postcard (Blank) Rey D. Felipe IV., Velazquez, Hauser y Menet. Madrid Postcard (Blank) La Rendición de Breda, Velazquez, Hauser y Menet. Madrid Postcard (Blank) Retrato de un Enano, Velazquez, Hauser y Menet. Madrid Postcard (Blank) D. Fernando de Austria, Velazquez, Hauser y Menet. Madrid Postcard (Blank) La Visitacion, Rafael de Urbino, Hauser y Menet. Madrid Postcard (Blank) La Vendimia, Goya, Hauser y Menet. Madrid Postcard (Blank) La Actriz La Tirana, Goya, Hauser y Menet. Madrid Postcard (Blank) Príncipe De. Baltasar Carlos, Velázquez, Hauser y Menet. Madrid Postcard (Blank) La Reina Maria de Inglaterra, Moro, Hauser y Menet. Madrid Postcard (Blank) Musée Royal d'Anvers- La Sainte Vierge, d'après les frères Van Eyck. Postcard (Blank) Musée Royal d’Anvers- Portrait, par A. Van Dyck. Postcard (Blank) Rubens. Le Christ entre les Deux Larrons, Musée d ‘Anvers Postcard (Blank) Musée Royal d’Anvers- Christ d�pos� de la Croix, par A. Van Dyck. Postcard (Blank) Musée Royal d’Anvers- Le duo, par David Teniers. Postcard (Blank) Musée Royal d’Anvers- Le duo, par David Teniers. Postcard (Blank) Musée Royal d’Anvers- Le duo, par David Teniers. Postcard (Blank) Musée Royal d’Anvers- Portrait de femme, par Rembrandt van Rijn. Postcard (Blank) Musée Royal d'Anvers - Portrait de femme, par Rembrandt van Rijn. Postcard (Blank) Musée Royal d'Anvers - Jeune Pêcheur, par Rembrandt van Rijn. Postcard (Blank) ANVERS, Le Steen. Postcard (Blank) ANVERS, Portique de la Cathdrale Postcard (Blank) Anvers, Interieur de l'hotel de ville. Cabinet du Bourgmestre, la cheminée. Postcard (Blank) Anvers, Musée Plantin. Coin de la Cour. Postcard (Blank) ANVERS, L'Hôtel de ville d'Anvers, Het Stadhuis Postcard (Blank) Anvers, Cour du Musée Plantin. Postcard (Blank) Anvers, Musée Plantin. Coin de la Cour. Postcard (Blank) Musée Royal d'Anvers- Christ au tombeau, par A. Van Dyck. Postcard (Blank) La Descente de Croix, par P. P. Rubens, Cathédrale d'Anvers. Postcard (Blank) L'Élévation de Croix par P. P. Rubens, Cathédrale d'Anvers. Postcard (Blank) Musée Royal d'Anvers- Dieu le Père , après Les Frères Van Eyck. Postcard (Blank) Musée Royal d'Anvers. Le Christ et ses Anges, par Hans Memling. Postcard (Blank) Musée Royal d'Anvers - Anges jouant des instruments de musique, par Hans Memling. Postcard (Blank) Musée Royal d'Anvers - Anges jouant des instruments de musique, par Hans Memling. Postcard (Blank) Mariemont Postcard (Blank) Mariemont Postcard (Blank) Mariemont Postcard (Blank) Mariemont Postcard (Blank) Mariemont Postcard (Blank) Mariemont Postcard (Blank) Mariemont Water Garden. Postcard (Blank) Road near Sargant School... Postcard (Blank) Road near Sargant School... Postcard (Blank) Garden at Mariemont. Postcard (Blank) Addison Walk, Mariemont Garden. Postcard (Blank) Addison Walk, Mariemont Garden. Postcard (Blank) Mariemont, Addison Walk Postcard (Blank) Mariemont Garden. Postcard (Blank) Postcard Sleeve for 12-piece set of Ausable Chasm Postcards Elephant's Head, Ausable Chasm, N.Y. Postcard (Blank) Ausable Chasm, N.Y. Postcard (Blank) Ausable Chasm, Adirondacks, N.Y. Postcard (Blank) The Flume, Moonlight on the River, Ausable Chasm, N.Y. Postcard (Blank) Sable Rock, Ausable Chasm, Adirondack Mountains, N.Y. Postcard (Blank) Ausable Chasm, N.Y. Postcard (Blank) Entrance to Ausable Chasm in the Adirondack Mts., N.Y. Postcard (Blank) Jacob's Ladder, Ausable Chasm, N.Y. Postcard (Blank) Looking Down from the Mecca. Ausable Chasm, N.Y. Postcard (Blank) Looking up the River, Ausable Chasm, N.Y. Postcard (Blank) Ausable Chasm, Adirondack Mountains, N.Y. Postcard (Blank) Board Walk and Long Gallery, Ausable Chasm in the Adirondack Mts., N.Y. Postcard (Blank) Antoinette Szumowska Postcard (Blank) Harold Bauer Postcard (Blank) Dr. Karl Muck Postcard (Blank) Josef Adamowski Postcard (Blank) Heinrich Gebhard Postcard (Blank) Carl Wendling Postcard (Blank) Walter Damrosch Postcard (Blank) Augusta Zuckerman Postcard (Blank) Franz Kneisel Postcard (Blank) Arthur Nikisch Postcard (Blank) Edgar Stillman-Kelley full length statue Photo Postcard (Blank) Edgar Stillman-Kelley full length statue Photo Postcard (Blank) Edgar Stillman-Kelley full length statue Photo Postcard (Blank) Edgar Stillman-Kelley full length statue Photo Postcard (Blank) Edgar Stillman-Kelley full length statue Photo Postcard (Blank) Edgar Stillman-Kelley full length statue Photo Postcard (Blank) Edgar Stillman-Kelley full length statue Photo Postcard (Blank) Edgar Stillman-Kelley full length statue Photo Postcard (Blank) Edgar Stillman-Kelley full length statue Photo Postcard (Blank) Edgar Stillman-Kelley full length statue Photo Postcard (Blank) Edgar Stillman-Kelley full length statue Photo Postcard (Blank) Edgar Stillman-Kelley full length statue Photo Postcard (Blank) Edgar Stillman-Kelley full length statue Photo Postcard (Blank) Edgar Stillman-Kelley full length statue Photo Postcard (Blank) Edgar Stillman-Kelley full length statue Photo Postcard (Blank) Edgar Stillman-Kelley full length statue Photo Postcard (Blank) Edgar Stillman-Kelley full length statue Photo Postcard (Blank) Edgar Stillman-Kelley full length statue Photo Postcard (Blank) Edgar Stillman-Kelley Charcoal Drawing (1913) by Annette Covington Postcard (Blank) Edgar Stillman-Kelley Charcoal Drawing (1913) by Annette Covington Postcard (Blank) Edgar Stillman-Kelley Charcoal Drawing (1913) by Annette Covington Postcard (Blank) Edgar Stillman-Kelley Charcoal Drawing (1913) by Annette Covington Postcard (Blank) Edgar Stillman-Kelley Charcoal Drawing (1913) by Annette Covington Postcard (Blank) Edgar Stillman-Kelley Charcoal Drawing (1913) by Annette Covington Postcard (Blank) Edgar Stillman-Kelley Charcoal Drawing (1913) by Annette Covington Postcard (Blank) Edgar Stillman-Kelley Charcoal Drawing (1913) by Annette Covington Postcard (Blank) Edgar Stillman-Kelley Charcoal Drawing (1913) by Annette Covington Postcard (Blank) Edgar Stillman-Kelley Charcoal Drawing (1913) by Annette Covington Postcard (Blank) Postcard of Edgar Stillman-Kelley Painting (Blank) Postcard of Edgar Stillman-Kelley Painting (Blank) Postcard of Edgar Stillman-Kelley Painting (Blank) Postcard of Edgar Stillman-Kelley Painting (Blank) Postcard of Edgar Stillman-Kelley Painting (Blank) Stillman-Kelley Studio, Western College for Women, Oxford, Ohio Postcard (Blank) Stillman-Kelley Studio, Western College for Women, Oxford, Ohio Postcard (Blank) Edgar Stillman-Kelley Portrait Postcard (Blank) Edgar Stillman-Kelley Portrait Postcard (Blank) Edgar Stillman-Kelley Portrait Postcard (Blank) Edgar Stillman-Kelley Portrait Postcard (Blank) Edgar Stillman-Kelley Portrait Postcard (Blank) Edgar Stillman-Kelley Portrait Postcard (Blank) Edgar Stillman-Kelley Portrait Postcard (Blank) Edgar Stillman-Kelley Portrait Postcard (Blank) Edgar Stillman-Kelley Portrait Postcard (Blank) Edgar Stillman-Kelley Portrait Postcard (Blank) Edgar Stillman-Kelley Portrait Postcard (Blank) Edgar Stillman-Kelley Portrait Postcard (Blank) Palmer Mt. Band, Loomis, Wash. H, R, Gregg Photo. Postcard (Blank) Kelley and Other Musician Photo Postcard (Blank) Edgar Stillman-Kelley Outside Photo Postcard (to Dr. John, undated) Edgar and Jessie Stillman-Kelley Photo Postcard (Blank) Edgar and Jessie Stillman-Kelley Photo Postcard (Blank) Photo of Man on Porch Kelley/Gregg Family Postcard (Blank) Photo of Man on Porch Kelley/Gregg Family Postcard (Blank) Photo of Man on Porch Kelley/Gregg Family Postcard (Blank) Photo of Man in Garden Kelley/Gregg Family Postcard (from Herb, dated August 7, 1910) Photo of Woman in White with Baby Kelley/Gregg Family Postcard (Blank, reads twelve weeks old.) Photo of Women in Stripped Dress with Baby Kelley/Gregg Family Postcard (Blank, reads six weeks old.) Moss Glen Falls, Stowe, VT Postcard (reads On the estate of Luther Bingham- great-grand-father of Edgar Stillman Kelley) Photo of Women in White Kelley/Gregg Family Postcard (Blank) Photo of Man with Baby Kelley/Gregg Family Postcard (Blank, reads twelve weeks old.)

    Box 88: Oversize ESK Photographs & Manuscripts

    Large Photographs of Dr. John Warren Erb

    4 Photographs by Strauss-Peyton, New York 1 Photograph by Edwin F. Townsend, N.Y. 2 Portraits by Angelica King, 1937 2 Photographs at piano by Angelica King, 1937

    Large Portrait of Man signed, To dear Mr. Kelley in appreciation of his kind patience and interest as a teacher and in admiration of his beautiful compositions, Bon Voyage, Leo C. Miller, Berlin, April 20, 1910 Photogr. Kunst-Atelier Wertheim, Berlin. Three Large Portraits of Jessica Stillman-Kelley from Underwood and Underwood Portrait Studios Three Large Portraits of Edgar Stillman-Kelley Large Photograph of Edgar Stillman-Kelley in suit, jacket with hat Manuscript of music Marctoso Composition Manuscript tissue pages of Polonaise (in folder) Landscape Photograph of The Pilgrim's Progress, by Edgar Stillman Kelley with Lawrence Choral Union-Children's Chorus and University of Kansas Symphony Orchestra & Soloists, Directed by Otto Miessner-Hoch Auditorium- Mar. 27, 1938 Landscape Photograph of Luncheon in Honor of Walter Damrosch on his 75th Birthday given by David Sarnoff, Hotel Pierre, January 28, 1937 Booklet with 4 portraits of Edgar Stillman-Kelly by Whitock & Sons, London Booklet with 11 portraits of Edgar Stillman-Kelley by Doris Ulmann

    Box 89: Oversize ESK Photographs & Manuscripts

    Photo Proof of Jessica Stillman-Kelley from Underwood and Underwood Studios, New York Photograph of unidentified woman, signed Davis T. Eickemeyer [possibly JSK's or ESK's relative??] Photograph of unidentified woman [possibly JSK's or ESK's relative??] Photograph of two unidentified woman [possibly JSK's or ESK's family??] Photograph of Edgar Stillman-Kelley with For Mrs. Isabel Flitt [?] with best wishes of Edgar Stillman Kelley, Oxford, O. March 25/[19]26 Photograph of Edgar Stillman-Kelley, January 1st, 1900 for Mrs. Gould with regards from Edgar Stillman Kelley, Jan. 1st 1900 Formal photo of ESK in Los Angeles (in envelope) S.K. Scrapbook for Berlin 1914 Portrait (1 photo) S.K. Scrapbook for Berlin 1914 portraits (2 photos) Envelope for 5 proofs of large photos of ESK in New York 4 Photo proofs of ESK portrait from Apeda Studio, New York Photo proof of ESK portrait from Photographic Service, Inc., New York City Folder with 7 formal portraits of Edgar Stillman-Kelley, New York City Envelope for the 7 reproductions of Annette Covington's sketch of E. Stillman-Kelley and 6 typewritten sheets with information, Oxford, Ohio, 1913 Folder containing 6 typewritten sheets, information on the copy of Annette Covington's charcoal drawing of ESK Eight Non-Framed Charcoal drawings of ESK by Annette Covington Framed Charcoal drawing of ESK by Annette Covington Framed Photograph of ESK and JSK, colorized

    Box 90: ESK Scrapbooks

    Scrapbook- Birmingham, Alabama Performance 1937 Scrapbook- Loose-leaf pages, reads Isabel FLETT Bullamore 27 on front page Scrapbook- Brown Songbook Puritania April 1890, October 1894

    Box 91: ESK Scrapbook- Macbeth

    Scrapbook- Souvenir of the first production of the Defeat of Macbeth Jan 6th. 1882

    Box 92: CDs of Music, Lectures, & Photos

    CD of Images of Edgar Stillman Kelley CD of Edgar Stillman Kelley music Three CDs of E.S. Kelley, lecture/recital I 25 March 2007 Three CDs of E.S. Kelley, lecture/recital II 25 March 2007 Edgar Stillman Kelley Complete Works for Piano including Alice in Wonderland, Brian Kovach, piano, CD

    Box 93: Edgar Stillman Kelley,

    Miscellaneous Doctoral Dissertation on ESK by Maurice R. King Copy of Little Intimate Stories of Charles Wakefield 1932 Report of the Edward MacDowell Association, Inc. 1904 Official Programme of the 16th May Festival at Cincinnati 8 postcards of Edward MacDowell Memorial Association "The Panorama and Other Stories" 1931 Report of the Edward MacDowell Association, Inc. Mu Phi Epsilon, National Honorary Musical Sorority Song Book 3 vols.-Society of Mayflower Descendants in the State of Ohio Program 1987 Fall Session of National Federation of Music Clubs Duplication of Jessie Stillman Kelley's autobiography With Bells on My Toes 1933,1934, 1936 engagement calendars - handwritten appointments Edgar Stillman Kelley Zepplin material 1948 Program - South West District Conference, Ohio Federation of Music Clubs Copy of paper read to Oxford Music Club at the Stillman-Kelley Studio, March 28, 1933 by Mrs. W.E. Smith Scrapbook-Newspaper clippings 1880-85 H. Edgar Kelley's Sons of Temperance Certification 1844 Certificate to ESK from the Library of Congress acknowledging the inclusion of ESK compilations to collection 1914 Book presented by Ohio Federation of Music Clubs in memory of ESK Newspaper clippings about the death of ESK Tributes to ESK in presentation of Pilgrim's Progress Plaque dedication of S-K studio Paper for Faculty Club 1935-"The Hebrews-Their Ethnic Composition" Letter from Jessie Stillman Kelley to "Western" Friends dated, October 12, 1948 2 copies of "The Song of the Shepherd Boy" Letter Addressed to Mrs. Stillman Kelley from Clifford Page who attempts to console her after the loss of her husband (ESK) Additional Materials (Not in Box): Scrapbook- Marbled Binding, reads Speidel on first page written in ïVanity Fair Chorus (Old Score Songs) Manuscript Box labeled, Manuscript Orchestra and Band,Charles C. Foster Posters: Philharmonie. Freitag, 29. September, abends 7 Uhr. Konzert mit dem Philharmonischen Orchester, Edgar Stillman-Kelley Eigene Werke Shakspearian Festival, with the Entire Music by Edgar S. Kelley, Macbeth, Commencing Monday, Nov. 2d Mitwirkende Orchefter:... Mitwirkende Dirigenten:... Mitwirkende Soliften: * Additional large newspaper clippings collected by ESK and JSK are housed in the Poster Portfolio. See archivist for details.

    Note: Contents in the Edgar Stillman Kelley Collection are listed into various boxes contained within the content item. There are 103 boxes contained in this collection.

    Content Item 9: Box 94-96

    Box 94: Class notes and assignments

    Folder 1: Notes: Music 452

    Notes from Music 452, dated March 30 through June 5

    Folder 2: LA-1 451

    Music 451 Listening Assignment #1, Music of the Mass for Easter Sunday Medieval Church Modes (sheet music)

    Folder 3: LA-2 451

    Music 451 Listening Assignment #2

    Folder 4: LA-3 451

    Music 451 Listening Assignment #3, Polyphonic Music of the Thirteenth Century (Two versions of page two) Music 451 Listening Assignment #3 with a reading assignment at the top

    Folder 5: LA-4 451

    Music 451 Listening Assignment #4

    Folder 6: LA-5 451

    Music 451 Listening Assignment #5 Folder 7: LA-6 451- Quiz 8- Winter ‘65

    Music 451 Listening assignment #6, Music of the Late Ars Nova and Early Renaissance

    Folder 8: LA-8 451: Spring 1965

    Music 451 Listening Assignment #8

    Folder 9: LA-9 451

    Music 451 Listening Assignment #9

    Folder 10: LA-10 451

    LA-10 451

    Music 451 Listening Assignment #10: Chansons and Madrigals of the Sixteenth Century

    Folder 11: LA-11 451

    Music 451 Listening Assignment #11 (Two versions)

    Folder 12: Music 452

    Music 452 reading assignments Joseph Haydn, Symphony No. 99 in Eb Major- breakdown of the elements in each movement (Two copies) Mozart’s Piano Concerto No. 26 in D Major, K. 537- breakdown of the elements in each movement Leading motives for “Die Gotterdammerung”, R. Wagner- breakdown of the elements of the piece on sheet music (Three copies) Immolation Scene from “Twilight of the Gods” by Richard Wagner (Two copies) “Carmen”, Act II, Flower song (Three copies) “The Ring of the Nibelung” opera cycle by Richard Wagner. A synopsis (Thompson) (Three copies) Notes from May 18th and 20th “An Die Musik” (“To Music”), Composed March, 1817, published December, 1827. Poem by Franz von Schober “Ganymed” with translation and notes “Gretchen am Splarade” (“Gretchen at the Spinning Wheel”) by Franz Schubert. Composed October, 1814, published April, 1821. Poem from Goethe’s “Faust”. Includes translation and notes Berlioz, “Fantastic Symphony”, First movement- breakdown of the elements Quiz IVa Listening - Beethoven “Eroica” Quiz IV Listening - Beethoven “Eroica” Music 452 class notes Music 452 - Listening program I (#11A) Outline - Music 452, Listening Center Program Haydn, Franz Joseph, Quartet, Op. 3, No. 5- breakdown of the elements in each movement Music 452: questions on Grout, Chapters XIII and XIV Mozart: Fantasia in D minor, K. 397- sheet music with notes Background and summary of “Cosi Fan Tutte” by Mozart Music 452 “Cosi Fan Tutte” - Quiz #2 Music 452 “Cosi Fan Tutte” - Quiz #2a Beethoven, Sym. No. 3 in Eb - themes Beethoven, Sym. No. 3 in Eb- breakdown of the elements in each movement Typed notes- Music since 1900, Nicolas Slonimsky Written notes from June 1st Breakdown of the elements in an unnamed piece and “Epilogue” from Symphony #5 by Ralph Vaughan-Williams Written notes from May 27th The Ohio State University School of Music, Music 505, comparison between baroque and late eighteenth century (hub) style music Handwritten listening quiz Music 452 Listening examination

    Folder 13: OSU 404-405

    Music 404 Quiz 8-A - S63 Music 405 Gregorian Chant, Liturgical Texts with Added Melody (Chart) Music 404 Quiz 6-A - S64 Music 404 Final Examination A-63 (C) Music 404 Quiz 6-C - S64 Questions Relevant to the Music 404 Final Examination, Summer 1961 Music 404 - Listening Labs schedule, Winter 1963 Music 405 Immolation Scene from “Twilight of the Gods” by Richard Wagner (in German and English) Instruments of the Orchestra Analysis by comparison: Christiansen & Cain A Capella Chorus Book Exam: 14th Century Exam: Early polyphony Music 404 Quiz 2-A, W-65 Sheet music: Prometheus, Die Geschopfe Des Prometheus -- Promethee Overture Op.43 by Beethoven (Two copies) Music 404, Winter 1962, Test No. 6 Guide to “The Young Person’s Guide to the Orchestra” by Benjamin Britten (Two copies) Music 404 Quiz 2-C, A62 Music 405 Syllabus - Spring 1961 Music 404 Final Examination B-S-63 Music 404 Quiz 7-B-A62 Music 404 Final Examination S-63 Music 404 - Listening Labs - Winter, 1964 Music 404 Quiz 9-A, A 64 Music 404 Evening Section, February 19, 1964, Hour Examination Question sheet about singing (Chambers 511-5) Music 404 Final Examination, Winter 1962 Music 451 Final Examination - Part III

    Folder 14: Music 451

    Music 451 - Outline, tapes 13-22 (Two copies) Music 451 - Quiz #1 - April 8 (Three copies) Concepts and terms (For the Greek period, Plainsong, and Gothic music) Questions on Plato’s Republic and questions on Aristotle’s Politics (Three copies) Music 451 Questions for “The Early Christian View of Music” section of “Source Readings in Music History” (Three copies) Ronde: C’est la-gieus and Ronde:C’est desoz l’olive (Three copies) Music 451 - Renaissance test Music 451 - Exam II Music 451 - Quiz #8 (Wednesday May 27) Comparison chart between Medieval, Renaissance, and Baroque styles of music Outline: Music 451 - The Development of Instrumental Music (Two copies) Baroque Vocal Music evolution chart Music 451: for tape #15, lyrics of “Summer is icumen in” (Three copies) Sheet music: “Summer is icumen in” - Roto (Three copies) Music 451 - Quiz #5 - May 6, 1964 Lyrics for tape #18,( Mareazio, Gemialdo, and Gabriali, Giovanni) (Two copies) Music 451 - Vocabulary from MM before 1750. Part II (Two copies) Music 451 - Quiz #6 (Wednesday May 13) (Two copies, one key) Music 451 - Questions on an excerpt from “II Cortegiano” Music 451 - Quiz #7 (Wednesday May 20) Paper with a late pass and reading assignment Music 451 - Quiz #8: Bach Fugue (Wednesday May 27) Number sheet for studies of imitation (Three copies) Notes about the different elements of G. F. Handel’s “WIth Pious Heart” from Solomon and W. A. Mozart’s “Finale” from Symphony #41 (Three copies) Music 451 - Final examination parts II and V Music 451 - Melodic Phrase Test Questions about Baldassare Castiglions, excerpt from II Cortagiano Sonata Pathetique, Op. 13, Beethoven: a breakdown of the elements

    Folder 15: LA-7 -Quiz 5, Winter ‘65 461

    Music 461 Listening Assignment #7, Music of the Early Renaissance

    Folder 16: Hour exam- Fall ‘65

    Music 451 Hour Examination- Fall 1965 Music 451 Midterm Exam (Define: rhythmic modes, cantus firmus mass, fauxbourdon, etc) Music 451 Midterm Exam (What is the name given to this kind of music?) Music 451 Quiz (Three versions) Music 451 Hour Examination Winter 1966 Music 451 Final Examination (Define/identify: Schutz, Ritornello, Camerata, etc) Music 451 Final Examination (Match: Trio sonata, ricercar, sarabande, etc) Music 451 Final Examination (The composer who brought the Baroque style to Germany was…)

    Folder 17: 451- Quiz 1

    Music 451 Quiz “If a composer in the Renaissance were to write a mass…” Music 451 Final Examination Music 451 “Four pieces from the listening assignments will be played twice…” Handwritten matching assignment (draft?) Music 451 - Quiz #1 (Five versions) Music 451 Midterm Examination Music 451 Hour Examination (Define talea, hocket, troubadour, etc) Music 451 Hour Examination (Define: opera buffa, scherzo, opera finale, etc) Music 451 Quiz “Match each of the following words…” (Magnus liber organi, Melismatic, etc.” Music 451 Quiz “A piece from the listening assignments will be played twice…” Music 451 Quiz “Two pieces from the listening assignments will be played twice…” Music 451 Midterm Examination Music 451 Quiz #1 (Two copies, one key) Music 451 Quiz (Define: antiphone, sequence, Minnesinger, etc) Music 451 Quiz (Define: Ordinary, Melismatic, responsorial, etc) Music 451 Quiz (Describe: the musical style used in the two pieces played..) Music 451 Quiz (Describe and name the earliest form of polyphonic music) Music 451 Quiz (The ancient Greeks divided music into…) Music 451 Quiz (The music of the Roman church in called Gregorian chant because…) Music 451 Quiz (Define: rondo, style galant, cadenza, etc)

    Folder 18: 452

    Notes from Monday, May 25 Music 452 - Listening Program: Ralph Vaughan Williams - Arrangements of English folk songs Music 452 - Quiz on Romantics (forms A and B) Music 452 - Listening Program: Bela Bartok - first movement from Music for Stringed Instruments, Percussion, and Celeste Music 452 - Listening Program: Claude Debussy: Piano Preludes Music 452 - Listening Program: Ravel - Madagascan songs con’t Music 452 - Immolation Scene from Twilight of the Gods by Richard Wagner Stravinsky - “Histoire du Soldat”: a breakdown of the elements of each measure Music 452 - Listening Program: Paul Hindemith: Mathis der Maler con’t Music 452 - Listening Program: Alban Berg - Concerto for Violin and Orchestra Music 452 - Listening Program: Copland - “Billy the Kid” - Suite from the ballet Music 452 Listening Center Program Outline Music 452 - Listening Program: Haydn, Franz Joseph, Quartet, Op. 3, No. 5 (#11B) Music 452 - Listening Program: Joseph Haydn, Symphony No. 99 in Eb Major Sheet music for Fantasia in D minor, K. 307. by Mozart Music 452: Questions on Grout, Chapters XIII and XIV Music 452 - An Die Musik (To Music) Composed March 1817, Published December 1827. Poem by Franz von Schober Sheet music for Concerto- Mozart- K. 537 Mozart’s Piano Concerto No. 26 in D Major, K. 537: a breakdown of the elements Beethoven’s Symphony No. 3, con’t: a breakdown of the elements Beethoven’s Symphony No. 3 in Eb major, (Eroica), Op. 55: a breakdown of the elements Sheet music for Beethoven’s Symphony No. 3 in Eb major Music 452 - “Cosi fan Tutte” - Quiz #2 Music 452 - Questions of Grout - Romantic era Music 452 - Examination on Mozart Piano Concerto, K. 537 The Story of a Soldier by Igor Stravinsky Music 452 - Listening Program: Claude Debussy: Piano Prelude Music 452 - Midterm, Winter 1962 Music 452 - Listening Program: Charles Ives - Song - General WIlliam Booth Enters Into Heaven The Ohio State University Music 452 multiple choice Rigoletto (in two languages) Music 452 - Listening Program I: J.S. Bach Brandenburg Concerto No. 2 (#11A) Music 452 - Quiz I, Winter 1963 Music 452 - Listening Program: Berlioz, Fantastic Symphony, 1st movement The Development of Instrumental Music From the Renaissance (Chart) Music 452 - QUestions Music 452 - Modern Music Exam (Two versions) How Schoenberg Employed the Row

    Folder 19: U. of Miami Psychology of Learning, Dr. Slater

    Notes from Dr. Slater’s Psychology 508, September 26-January 25

    Folder 20: 451

    Paper titled “The Liturgical Year” Notes from 451 (a religion, art, or history class?), June 1-April 8

    Folder 21: Eng 654

    Notes on Intro to Medieval Literature, Eng 654, Winter Quarter 1962

    Folder 22: Eng 640

    Timeline from 1800-1890 of Literature? English 640 Professor’s notes?, Spring 1962

    Folder 23: 175 type tape

    Korn tape, copy of master for OSU library, 175 type tape

    Box 95: Miscellaneous

    Folder 1: Wallenstein Replication Code

    Handwritten notes Handwritten notes titled “Proloque” Paper titled “Alice Dialogue Fragment” Letter to JSK from ESK Handwritten letter addressed to ESK Letter to JSK from ESK Letter to JSK from Mrs. Stoeckel Letter addressed to ESK Western Union Telegram from JSK Handwritten letter Letter to ESK, February 26, 1929 Letter to ESK from JSK Letter from ESK, August 21 (1930?) Letters from ESK to JSK? Letter addressed to JSK Letter addressed to ESK Letter from ESK, October 5, 1930 Letter to Mr. Frederic Smith from Gustar Hinrichs Letter to Mr. Hinrichs from ESK, July 8, 1921? “The Trend of Modern Compositions”, reprinted from the Proceedings of the Music Teachers’ National for 1913 Note and letter from William Mason Letter to ESK Half written paragraph about ESK’s lifestyle Letter to JSK from ESK (Written on a Cincinnati Conservatory of Music program, 1929)

    Folder 2: Letters- Misc. and Var. #1

    Letter to the Kelley Family from the Rieb Family, December 14, 1908 Money Order Letter to ESK and JSK from Philip Maxwell concerning the fourteenth annual Chicago Music Festival, April 6, 1943 Letters to JSK concerning the writer’s choice for first prize in a composition competition, March, 1939 Letter from an employee of The Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra thanking ESK for his advice Letter addressed to ESK Note to ESK from Arthur Foote, 1992 Letter dated October 10, 1904 Letter from Mabel Daniels complementing the style of the chamber music competition of the National Federation of Music Clubs Very small envelope with a thank you card inside Western Union Telegram from Roy Harris Letter to ESK from Fom Springer Letter to Dr. Upham from Mr. Stock, April 23, 1934 New Years Card, 1937 Letter to ESK asking for a short statement from him on the importance of band January 5, 1934 Letter to ESK, September 16, 1915 Thank you note from Alfred Umham to ESK Letter to ESK Letter to ESK asking for his memories of an old friend, Steele Mackaye, September 8, 1916 Western Union Night Letter from Nikolai Sokoloff Thank you note to ESK Letter to JSK from Howard Hanson

    Folder 3: Letters- Cards

    Letter from Wallingford Riegger to a professor, September 7, 1910 Letter to ESK, January 24, 1915 Letter to ESK from O. G. Sonneck, September 10, 1914 Letter, August 2, 1907 (Not in English) Letter to ESK from Charles Cadman, December 15 Letter to ESK from John Powell, September 6, 1931 Letter from A. L. Erlanger and Miss Adams asking to use the “Chinese music” he wrote Letter to JSK from Emanuel Balaban, January 24, 1929 Letter to ESK from one of his students, May 27, 1926 Letter to ESK from Leopold Godowsky, September 6, 1907 Card from Felix Weingartner, June 4, 1907 Postcard to ESK (In German?) Letter, December 2

    Folder 4: Oxford Western College Papers, 1910-1934

    Chapter IX, The Years 1910-1917: New England Symphony Engagements calendar for January 1927 Letter to Mr. Waldron, other unidentified writing on Cincinnati Conservatory of Music stationery Note, “Already in 1913 K (Kelley) was listed in the Proceedings of the MTNA as being from Cincinnati, Ohio” “Kitty Cheatham, A Masterly Interpreter of the Spirit of Childhood in All People”, reprinted from the February (1914) issue of Current Opinion, New York (Handwritten notes on the back) The Outlook, “America and the World War From the German Point of View” by Dr. F. E. Junge and Dr. Ervin Acel and “Pete Crowther, Salesman by E. E. Ferris. Vol. 108 No. 15, December 9, 1914 Miami University, The School of Fine Arts announces the presentation of “Pilgrim’s Progress”, April 27, 1934 “Make Plans For Continuance of Music Camp”, Traverse City Record-Eagle, August 20, 1934 Weekly Bulletin, September 27, 1930 Western College Oxford, Ohio Seventy-Ninth Annual Commencement, June 9, 1934 Letter to ESK from Palmer House Chicago Letter addressed to Stillman Kelley Handwritten letter The Western College for Women, The Faculty presents “Come Michaelmas” and “The Dear Departed”, March 11, 1918 “Music Club Will Observe Half Century Of Culture” “140 Given Diplomas At Miami”, The Cincinnati Times-Star “Brilliant Benefit Recital”, May 25, 1915 “Talented Young Lady to be Presented in Piano Recital By Mrs. Edgar Stillman Kelley” “Mrs. Stillman Kelley Presents Miss Lucile Wilkin in a Piano Recital”, March 24, 1916 Paper titled “Percy Mackaye” which tells of Percy Mackaye’s arrival and time at Miami Letter to Allen Brown from ESK Notes of the events that took place at Western College on May 22, September 12, and September 26, 1913 Note about the head of the comp. Department since 1910 List of degrees? The Ohio State University Memorandum “Western College For Women is at the Front”, The Christian Endeavor World, July 7, 1910 “Mrs. Edgar Stillman Kelley, Musical Monologues”, 1919-1920 Flier: Violin Recital by Andre de Ribaupierre, November 6, 1920 Library borrowing slip for the complete works of Johann Sebastian Bach, Notes on the back “Edgar Stillman Kelley’s New Studio”, Musical Courier, November 30, 1916 Invitation to a chamber music recital to celebrate the completion of the Stillman Kelley Composition Studio, November 18, 1916 Handwritten note Copy of testimonials given about ESK Correspondence between Dean Sawyer and ESK Biography of ESK Original Testimonials given about ESK Correspondence with Miami University President Boyd Packet on the history of music at Western College Excerpt from “The Outlook” for December 9, 1914 about endowing composers as Western did for ESK The Oxford Criterion, Vol. 2 No. 3, 1934, includes preface, table of contents, and a page about contributors, including ESK Handwritten note Handwritten notes made by a researcher?

    Folder 5: Misc. 1 (After 1934)

    The Congress of American Poets, June 14th to October 12th, 1936 Telegram to ESK from Ellen S. Woodward, Assistant Administrator WPA, December 1, 1937 University of Kansas School of Fine Arts Complimentary Recital Honoring ESK and JSK, March 24, 1938 The Cincinnati Conservatory of Music 75th anniversary event invitation “Music Circles Fete Stillman-Kelleys”, The Western Round-Up, February 20, 1937, Pages 1-4 of the paper are included “Composer’s Wife Active Partner, Mrs. Edgar Stillman Kelley Has Own Record of Accomplishments”, Daily Journal World, 1938 “Great Musical Culture Rising Dr. Kelley Says”, Portland Evening Express, May 13, 1941 Overview of a letter from JSK to Jessica Fredericks, July 7, 1939 Letter to JSK from J. F. Williamson requesting her presence at the Board of Trustees of Westminster Choir School meeting, May 31, 1935 Program for The Talbott Festival, Westminster Choir School, 1935 Invitation to The 1935 Talbott Festival of Westminster Choir School Receipt from The Mayflower (Hotel) Handwritten note “Philip Nelson is Splendid Pianist”, Record Eagle, August 8, 1936 Clipping from the Musical Courier, February 9, 1935 (About International Poe Society) “Off for Kansas City”, Cincinnati Enquirer, March 11, 1938 Overview of a 1943 article from the Chicago Tribune Copy of letter to Nance O’Neil from ESK, December 10, 1938 Letter from both Stillman Kelleys, November 15, 1938 Overviews of miscellaneous articles from 1937-1938 Overviews of miscellaneous articles from 1940 Western College for Women Festival Programs of Music in memory of Dr. and Mrs. Edgar Stillman Kelley, April 28, 1951 “Composer To Hear Oratorio At Music Convention May 13, Erb Will Conduct 500-Voice Chorus In Stillman-Kelley’s ‘Pilgrim’s Progress’”, Portland Sunday Telegram, April 27, 1941 Western College Seventy-Ninth Annual Commencement, June 9, 1934 “Dr. Edgar S. Kelley Dies; Composed Symphonic Works; Held Fellowship At Western”, 1944 Letter to “Our young friends” from the the Stillman Kelleys Western College, College Day Recital by members of the Faculty of the Department of Music, October 15, 1949

    Folder 6: Misc. 2

    “Eddie & Freddie”, Musical Leader, September, 1941 “Future Plans Divulged By National Board of N. F. M. C.”, Musical Leader, September, 1941 “Active in N. Y. Circles”, Musical Leader, 1938 “A Holiday Tour” “New York Concert” “Noted Composer and Wife, Talented Pianist, Attend Festival Concert Series”, The Berkshire Evening Eagle, August 10, 1935 “Pantomime Cast” and “At The Gibson” “Edgar Stillman Kelley Feted”, The Argonaut, 1940 “Edgar Stillman Kelleys Music Clubs’ Guests” by Marion Bowen, Los Angeles Times “Honored at Luncheon”, Cincinnati Times Star, 1940 “Famous Composer Symphonic Music Wichita’s Guest”, The Wichita Eagle, March 21, 1938 “Dean of Composers Praises Festival”, Wichita Beacon, March 21, 1938 “In Society” (About JSK’s involvement in making a new department of science, art, and literature in the US Government), The Enquirer, Cincinnati, May 9, 1935 “Stillman Kelleys Are Guests in This City” Clipping from the Enquirer, Cincinnati about ESK’s 80th Birthday Celebration, April 10, 1937 “The Futurists”, 1915? Photo of ESK “Stillman-Kelley Belies His Years; Hears Own Works Today”, Chicago Herald, 1937 “Class Day Celebrated At Conservatory”, The Enquirer, Cincinnati, June 11, 1936 “New Honors Bestowed On Musician”, The Enquirer, Cincinnati, June 11, 1937 “Composer Will Crown Prince & Princess 15th” and “Camp’s Planned Great Welcome of Damrosches”, Traverse City Record-Eagle, August 14, 1936 “Dr. Kelley Honored”, The Western Round-Up, April 18, 1940 Letter to ESK from Sophie Kenyon, August 1, 1940

    Folder 7:

    Letters from ESK to JSK, 1930

    Folder 8: Minor Pieces not seen

    Legal document of the sale of music written by ESK to Archibald Clavering Gunter

    Folder 9: Untitled

    Cincinnati Conservatory of Music, An evening of Compositions by students of Edgar Stillman-Kelley Article about Cincinnati Conservatory of Music student Chalmers Clifton Frederic Ayres Johnson Private and Class Instruction in the Various branches of Theory of Music Mr. Frederic Ayres Johnson Informal Music Talks Syllabus Letter from Wallin about a performance of “Pilgrim’s Progress” for ESK’s birthday, April 3, 1934

    Folder 10: Letters from ESK

    Letter to Mr. Moses Strauss from ESK, October 28, 1928 Letter in German Unaddressed letter from ESK Letter to Mr. Edward Sriug? fromESK

    Folder 11: Becky Stevens - M.A. Stencil Prospectus

    German program for a concert of ESK’s original works on September 29, 1922 The MacDowell Club Program, February 6, 1911 Researcher’s note on MacDowell Lord Mayor’s Show Souvenir Programme, November 9, 1922 Letter to ESK from Lanie Moned, June 25, 1930 Handwritten note mentioning Ben Hurr Letter to ESK from Alfred Hertz, November 7, 1928 Letter to ESK from Olin Downes Handwritten notes (on tonal music?) Letter to JSK from Lucile (Wilkins?) Letter to ESK, JSK, and Mrs. Gregg from Leo (Miller?), October 23, 1911 Letter to JSK, September 17, 1935 Letter to ESK from the secretary of The Society for the Publication of American Music, May 5, 1919 Researcher’s note with the address for The Society for the Preservation of the American Musical Letters to ESK from H. W. Gray, 1913-1914

    Folder 12: Miscellaneous Programs and newspaper clippings

    Grand Vocal and Instrumental Concert, at the Michigan Avenue Baptist Church, April 9, 1872 Invitation to “A Pastor Concert” for the benefit of the Baptist Church, September 25, 1874 Sparta Centennial Fourth of July Programme, 1876 (Two copies) Parlor Concert, The Third Parlor concert, by the Sparta Amateurs, December 3, 1873 Parlor Concert, The Fourth Parlor concert, by the Sparta Amateurs, date unknown The Ilma De Murska Grand Concert Company, Season 1874-1875 Cornet Band Concert. Opera Hall, November 26, year unknown (Two copies) “A Grand Entertainment”, 1879? “Tableau.” Untitled article about a beautiful bouquet on display in Sparta Opera Hall, Sparta. The Redpath English Opera Company. Showing F Von Flotow’s “Martha”, July 19, 1875 Columbus Symphony Orchestra, Evan Whallon, Music Director, January 23, 1965 The Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, April 13-14, 1928 The Twenty-Sixth Biennial Cincinnati May Music Festival, May 5-9, 1925 Boston Symphony Orchestra, Twentieth Season 1900-1901 Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, April 9-10, 1937 “Art of Listening to Music” University of the State of New York Extension Department, November 1896 “The Art of Listening to Music”, Albany University Extension Lectures, First Course by ESK of the New York College of Music Business card advertising two lectures to be given by ESK under the auspices of The Clio Club (Two copies)

    Folder 13: Miscellaneous

    The Stillman Kelley Publication Society Letter (Two copies) Scrap of handwritten sheet music labeled “Melodrama Act III” Toast at Chicago Banquet by ESK “Francis Grierson- Musical Liberator”, Musical America, December 13, 1913 “The National Movement for American Music” by Arthur Farwell, reprinted from the Review of Reviews, December, 1908 “Why De Koven Came Back as a Critic” by Claire Ross, Musical Courier, January 16, 1919 Program: Choral and Orchestral Concert, Chorus of Mixed Voices of the Hamilton High School, May 19, 1916 (including Mr. Robert Motzer in the orchestra) Booklet titled “Edgar Kelley’s “Puritania” Music” Poster announcing a “Grand Concert! Complementary to ESK, at the Baptist Church” October 5, 1875 Booklet titled “Edgar Stillman Kelley Composer, Author, Teacher, Lecturer” by the Department of Theory of Music Cincinnati Conservatory of Music Untitled newspaper clipping about the New Haven Symphony under the direction of Professor Kelley Newspaper clipping with a quote from ESK in California “Building Statistics” Untitled clipping “Teachers of Music. Third and Last day of the National Convention”, The Boston Daily Globe, July 3, 1886 “How Kelley Builds Operas. He Talks About His Latest Work.”, 1892? Compositions by Edgar Stillman Kelley Published by G. Schirmer, New York (Incomplete) Compositions by Edgar Stillman Kelley (Incomplete) Photocopy of handwritten notes List of performances of and articles about ESK’s compositions 1882-1893 Timeline of ESK’s life (Handwritten) Timeline of ESK’s life (Typed) Outline of the types of materials you may find relating to the Kelleys Notes on “Alice” rehearsal Letter to ESK from Jos. Brooks, Ben Hurr Business Director, with notes by ESK on the back, May 23, 189? Letter in German (Partially translated), April 25, 1914 “Phases of Love” Op. 6, text by American Poets, music by ESK “Music” by A. Sharp, The Wasp, date unknown “A Star. A Symphony, and Pilgrim’s Progress”, The Outlook Photo of a girl and a young boy (two copies) “A Guileless Fool.” by James Gibbons Huneker, The World, February 13, 1920 (Partial article) “Music in America” (Photocopy of page 370) Photocopy of a page about ESK in a book Untitled article over an interview with ESK about American composition “Music in America XIII- Edgar Stillman Kelley” by Rupert Hughes, Godey’s Magazine, May 1896? Letter in German, from Prof. Wilhelm Speidel?, May 10, 1880

    Folder 14: Untitled

    Letter from ESK from Kississimmee, Florida, February 28, 1929 Handwritten list Paper about ESK’s humor Note about the effects of ESK’s early bad health? Quote from a letter from JSK to her grandmother, May 15, 1892 Anti-Semitism note Quote about ESK in the theater Note about the influencing factors that made ESK a good composer

    Box 96: Biography and Genealogy

    Folder 1: ESK’s Early Art Attempts and Influences

    Researcher’s notes copied from correspondence between Mary C. Kelley and her family mentioning ESK Call slips for “History of Monroe Co., Wisc.”, “Early Settlement of LaCrosse and Monroe Counties”, “Kelley, Edgar Stillman Sketch, 3 p.”, and “Merriam Genealogy in Eng. and Amer.” Researcher’s note about ESK’s early art attempts Inside envelope: Two sketches of men by ESK(scattered notes mentioning Humpty Dumpty on the back) Sketch of a man in a heavy coat labeled “Keeping Cool in Sparta” by ESK Self-portrait by ESK Small rectangle that has been stitched to read “Holy Bible” Researcher’s note Photocopy of a newspaper article titled “Minute Upon the Resignation of Dea. H. E. Kelley Adopted by the First Congregational Church, Sparta, Jan. 21, 1886” Copied portion of a letter from ESK to his mother, May 6, 1872 Researcher’s note telling that ESK was an agent for N. E. Fire Insurance Co. Sketch of a confederate flag Sketches of a small house in the country Colored sketch of houses in the distance Sketch of three circles, two showing the outdoors and one showing a mother and infant inside a house, titled “Cradle Song”, signed Sketch made by a child of two houses, titled “The Summer Night” More polished sketch of “Cradle Song”, signed Sketch of an old man titled “The Doctor”, signed Sketch of a sleeping man titled “Under the Living Oak!”, signed, December 12, 1875 Miscellaneous sketches Small rectangle that has been stitched to show a house Small rectangle that has been stitched to show a flower Small incomplete rectangle that has been stitched Small incomplete rectangle that has been stitched Paper addressed to Master Henry S. Bingham Researcher’s note about ESK’s early music life Sketch of a bridge and a door Sketch of a tall building by a river Sketch of a cannon Colored sketch of a girl standing by an outdoor structure Miscellaneous sketches Chalk? drawing of a mill Chalk? drawing of two people standing by a lake Chalk? drawing of two men in the distance

    Folder 2: Family

    Researcher’s note Clipping of an interview with ESK about the appreciation of American composers “The Name of Kelley. It Is Called an English Corruption of an Ancient Form”, The New York Times, July 11, 1932 “The Kelleys and the Meanys”, The New York Times, July 20, 1932? Researcher’s notes about ESK’s correspondence with his father Researcher’s notes about ESK’s father Researcher’s notes about ESK’s mother “One of the Latest Involuntary Voyages Over the Pacific” Sate Sunday School Association certificate issued to Mrs. HEK, 1880

    Folder 3: Early Music, Study, and Activities

    Monthly Report, February 11, 1870 Monthly Report, March 11, 1870 Monthly Report, April 4, 1870 Monthly Report, May, 1870 Spelling test, September 29 Spelling test, September 25 Spelling test, September 31 Spelling test, September 11 Spelling test, October 1 Spelling test, October 2, 1872 Spelling test, October 3, 1872 Spelling test, October 7 Conjugation chart (Latin) Quiz answers? Latin Papers List of steps to make straw paper (Signature practice on the back) Description of Atomic Theory Penmanship practice? Definitions Latin Papers Proof of the rotundity of the Earth 5 facts concerning the History of Columbus A Brief Sketch of the Life of Christopher Columbus Properties of elements Researcher’s note: ESK hated music at first Cradle Song sheet music, by Mrs. Mary C. Kelley Mary Bingham grade sheet C. C. Curtiss’s School Report for Edward Kelley, October 25, 1872 Sparta Public Schools Monthly Report for Edgar Kelley, November 22, 1872 Sparta Public Schools Monthly Report for Edgar Kelley, January 31, 1873 Musical Leader Vol. 66, No. 18, May 5, 1934, ESK is featured on the cover, includes “A Fete on a Big Scale, Miami University and Western College Honor Edgar Stillman Kelley at All Day Celebration of Seventy-seventh Birthday- Social and Artistic Gatherings- Visitors from Many States Hear Remarkable Performance of “Pilgrim’s Progress”” and “To Welcome Ohio’s New State President of Federation” “What Shakespeare Meant to Me as a Child” by Edgar Stillman Kelley, Music and Youth, Vol. 1 No. 7, April, 1926

    Folder 4: Religion and Sparta

    Letter to ESK’s cousin, Anna, from ESK (Speaks of his religious views), June 27, 1912 Researcher’s note “Woman’s Board of Missions. Annual Meeting This Morning”, 1872 Researcher’s notes Letter to ESK from Louis T. Hill, July 26, 1935 Two photos of the house next door to ESK’s old home in Sparta Photo of the H. E. Kelley family grave marker Photo of ESK’s old home in Sparta (404 E. Oak) Letter to ESK from A. Clark, October 14, 1878 Researcher’s note

    Folder 5: Genealogy and Relatives

    Marriage certificate of HEK and Mary Kelley Letter from ESK to his father (HEK) Researcher’s note Note to JSK from Mary and Sears “Ethnologist Tells of Indians’ Tek from Old World to Southern Tier, ‘Promised Land,’ 4,000 Years Ago” by Dr. E. A. Bates “Man, 96, Likes Auto Driving, Church Songs” (About W. W. Kelley), Illinois State Journal, February 10, 1929 Piece of wood with smudged writing on it and a pressed leaf (Inside envelope) Society of Mayflower Descendants in the State of California, Bulletin No. 124 (ESK inducted) Letter to ESK from Herbert Fregar, November 9, 1920 Letter to ESK from his cousin Stillman H. Bingham regarding their genealogy, June 28, 1910? Researcher’s note Letter to JSK from ESK? “Perils of High Seas, Mutiny and Thrilling Adventure, Lot of Late Binghamtonian, Capt. Edmund Kelley Survived Many Dangers in Life on Ocean”, published after 1918 Postcard to JSK Postcard to JSK from ESK about the Kelley family history Rough family tree that leads to ESK Paternal Lineage of ESK Maternal Lineage of ESK Notes about ancestors on ESK’s maternal side Researcher’s note about the importance of genealogy to ESK Handwritten notes Postcard Quotes from “Eleven Centuries of the Remote Ancestry of the Rockwell Family” by Howard Shumway Rockwell Note on the origin of the last name Kelley Letter to Mr. H Stillman Kelley “The Golden Wedding. Celebration of the Fiftieth Marriage Anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Bingham, of Sparta, Aug. 17th, 1878.” Letter to ESK from his cousin Lee M Bingham Researcher’s notes Chapter II, Ancestry and Early Training: 1857-1876 The Mayflower Quarterly, published by General Society of Mayflower Descendants, Vol. 7 No. 1, October 15, 1941 Researcher’s note Newspaper clippings (4) mentioning HEK Newspaper Clipping mentioning ES Kelley Name card for Mr. and Mrs. Stillman R. Bingham Paper on the Stillman name Letter from HEK to ESK, July 18, 1892 Researcher’s note on Carl and Esther Kelley Newspaper article about a surprise party thrown for HEK’s 15th wedding anniversary, 1871 Obituary of Mary C. Kelley Small card with the name S. R. Bingham printed on it Correspondence between Norman C. Kelley and JSK Letter to ESK from Jos. Huggins regarding their shared ancestor (Partial Family tree enclosed) Large notecard with notes about ESK’s genealogy research Researcher’s note about ESK’s mother’s letter of November 3, 1874 Letter from Mary C. Kelley to her sister (in-law?), Mary, 1862 Researcher’s note about the above letter Researcher’s note Researcher’s note about Merriam Family genealogy Researcher’s note about ESK’s father and relatives Researcher’s note on the marriage of HEK and Mary Bingham Researcher’s notes on ESK’s Mother (Mary Kelley) Note and a lock of hair

    Folder 6: Mary Kelley Writings (mostly literature)

    Cradle Song. Words and Music by Mrs. Mary C. Kelley Letter (in German?) to “Professor E. Stillman Kelley” (ESK), August 21, 1906 Handwritten sheet music with note on the back To-do list regarding a composition, short story on the back Handwritten note Religion of Japa (by Mary Kelley? Copy of the cradle song? Paper on the significance of the words yes and no Soliloquy of a Broonr A story “Chronicles”

    Folder 7: Broekhoven (Brofkhaven, Brockhoven?) Papers

    Acme Dry Stencil Paper container Certificate of Citizenship for John A. Brofkhaven, issued by the Probate Court of Hamilton County, Ohio on August 18, 1874 “Nationale Militie. Hertogdom Limburg” (Not in English) Photocopy of a paper titled “Burgerlijke Stand” (Not in English) Letter from 1881 (Not in English) Paper (Not in English) with a blue stamp in the bottom left corner Note (Not in English) that lists different years with a sentence or two following them, blue stamp in the bottom left corner Marriage license between John Jacob Broekhoven (Brockhoven?) and Ann Catherine Roehrenbeck, November 2, 1865 Certificate of Naturalization for Peter Jacob Brockhoven, November 22, 1867 Correspondence between Mr. Hartwell Cabell and Mr. John Broekhoven after the death of Mr. Broekhoven’s Uncle, 1930 Envelope with “The Broekhoven Course Of Musical Composition” label “The New American Drama” by J. Van Broekhoven (Typed) “Drama in the Sticks”, New York Tribune, January 9, ‘27 “The New American Drama” by J. Van Broekhoven (Handwritten) Paper titled “Free Educational Sunday Concerts given under the direction of J. Van Broekhoven”, 1908 Paper titled “ The Trouble with the Study of Harmonies in America” Letter in German? From 1863, Broekhoven is mentioned Paper titled “To the musical Professor” Paper titled “The Coming Music Drama in the Movie Theater” by J. Van Broekhoven Paper titled “The Status of Women a Dramatist and Composer” by J. Van Broekhoven Letter to Mr. Broekhoven from Thomas Envelope labeled Broekhoven Course Envelope labeled Broekhoven Matter Program for the String Orchestra Recitals of the College of Music of Cincinnati under the direction of John A. Broekhoven, 1889 (Two copies) Program for the String Orchestra Recitals of the College of Music of Cincinnati under the direction of John A. Broekhoven, 1890 (Three copies) Program for the Chamber Concert of the College of Music of Cincinnati under the direction of John A. Broekhoven, 1891 (Three copies) Program for the 38th Recital of the College of Music of Cincinnati under the direction of John A. Broekhoven, May 1894 (Three copies) Program for the Public Recitals of the College of Music of Cincinnati under the direction of John A. Broekhoven, June 1894 (Three copies) Advertisement for a singing book, “The True Method of Tome Production” by J. Van Broekhoven Forms titled “Bewijs Van Goed Gedrag”, dated March 5, 1863

    Folder 8: Yale School of Music

    Large flashcards with miscellaneous Yale information on them Dar Ker’s N. H. Addresses Notes on Yale’s policies Music in American Colleges and Universities (Music at comparable college institutions) from Rose Yont President’s reports 1900-1901, Y31 A13 Chart of costs Department of music catalogs- 1893-1920 (catalogs only given every other school year until 1905) Student enrollment chart for 1894-1920 Department of Music catalog- 1892-1893 Yale Alumni Review Rough draft of a general description of the music department Correspondence at Yale

    Folder 9: Horatio Parker

    Horatio Parker and Music at Yale Chad’s Summary of Parker’s Yale Accomplishments Outline: Parker at Yale University Letter to Mr. Booker from W. Otto Miessner about Horatio Parker Letter to Mr. Booker from a retiree of the Silver Burdett Company Letter to Mrs. Semler regarding her father, Parker, May 25, year unknown Outline of the biography of Parker Table of contents for Parker’s biography The following are from correspondence with William Kearns about his graduate work on Parker:

    o Chapter IV

    o Letter to Bill (William) about chapter V, 1964

    o Chapter V

    o Letter to Bill about chapters I through VII

    o Chapter VII (Middle Years) and chapter VIII

    o Preface, March 17, 1964

    o Chapter IX, March 25, 1964

    o Letter to Bill from Scott Goldthwaite, May 31, 1961

    o Letter to Bill from Scott Goldthwaite, August 11, 1961

    o Letters to Scott Goldthwaite from Bill

    o Letter to Bill from Robert M. Sutton, May 6, 1963

    o Letter, May 12, 1963?

    o Letter to Bill from Robert M. Sutton, May 17, 1963

    o Letter to Bill from Scott Goldthwaite, May 15, 1963

    o Letter to Bill from Scott Goldthwaite, May 23, year unknown

    o Letter to Scott Goldthwaite from Bill, January 11, 1963

    o Letter to Scott Goldthwaite from Bill, October 23, 1963

    o Letter to Scott Goldthwaite from Bill, September 20, 1963

    o Letter to Scott Goldthwaite from Bill, November 25, 1963

    o Graduate student petition for William K. Kearns requesting a time extension for his PhD

    o Letter to Bill from Scott Goldthwaite, February 17, 1964

    o Letter to Bill from Scott Goldthwaite, June 23, 1964

    o Letter to Scott Goldthwaite from Bill, July 19, 1964

    o Letter to Scott Goldthwaite from Bill, undated Vita (Resume?) of William Kay Kearns, made after 1959

    Folder 10: General Biography 1857-1944

    Researcher’s note of a quote from ESK? Researcher’s note about ESK’s studying with Eddy Researcher’s note about ESK’s Ledochowsky study Researcher’s note of a letter to ESK from his mother, Mary C. Kelley, April 22, 1874 Researcher’s note titled “Philosophy behind and approach to K’s early life and influences” (Outline of these topics) Researcher’s note regarding psychology and ESK Miscellaneous researcher’s notes Timeline of Kelley residencies in Sparta? Researcher’s note titled “Father and Literary Contact” Researcher’s note about ESK’s childhood personality Researcher’s note about JSK as a US representative in Berlin? Researcher’s notes about ESK’s childhood influences Researcher’s notes about ESK’s early life and influences (12 notes) Researcher’s note about HEK’s influence on ESK through his use of language Researcher’s note Article on the parts of ESK’s childhood that lead him to be a composer, The Indicator Annual “Great Yesterdays in Music, From a Conference with Dr. Edgar Stillman Kelley” by Jay Media, March, 1944 (Two copies) “Then and Now” by Edgar Stillman Kelley, May 1922 (Full article and clippings of miscellaneous paragraphs) “A California Composer. Edgar S. Kelley and His Works- The “Overture to Macbeth” (Two copies) Quote from ESK about the poetry to which he was exposed Researcher’s note about a circumstance that lead toward ESK’s professional career Researcher’s note about ESK growing up on the Western frontier Researcher’s note referencing evidence that ESK entered the world of pedagogy at an early age Researcher’s note referencing what may be ESK’s earliest attempt at composition Researcher’s note “At the age of 13, ESK was a good student” Researcher’s note regarding ESK and Blind Tom Researcher’s note about Louis Plaidy Researcher’s notes about Farwell Wilder Merriam Miscellaneous notes (Footnotes?) Quote from ESK about his old teacher, Professor O. R. Smith Researcher’s notes about ESK’s early home influences Typed paper that tells of ESK’s early life Researcher’s note about Merriam “Vale Edgar Stillman Kelley, Famed Dean of American Composers Dies at 87”, Musical Leader Summary of ESK’s arrival at recognition Biography of ESK and the highlights of his career Researcher’s note Researcher’s note about ESK’s name preference Notes or handwritten copy of “A Star, A Symphony, and Pilgrim’s Progress”, The Outlook, February 13, 1918 Researcher’s note List of Misspellings Researcher’s note about Kelley’s schooling and education Researcher’s note about Justice Wm. O. Douglas Note: “Biog sketch MAc BSB p. 43 p. 12, 13 Indicator” Researcher’s note: Life and Character Letter to ESK from Charles N. Boyd, October 16, 1918 MIscellaneous note List of organizations that ESK was a member of List of professional milestones of ESK Researcher’s note: ESK was a member of the San Francisco “Bohemian Club”? “Edgar Stillman Kelley, Ohio Composer” by Ophia D. Smith “Edgar Stillman-Kelley A Biographical Sketch” by Ophia D. Smith “In His Own Country” by Percy MacKaye, Oxford Criterion “Many Nations at Fair” by Olin Downes, The New York Times, April 23, 1939 List of early influences which show up later in ESK’s music Comments by ESK on various topics “Composer Kelley. He’s Only 35, But is Extremely Clever. Then He Has a Bright Wife to Help Him.”, 1892 Letter to ESK from Louis Hill, April 24, 1934 ESK short biography (ancestors, compositions up to “New England Symphony”) ESK biography tracing his professional career Article about ESK and JSK, November 30, 1928 Western College Beechwoods Review Vol. 5, No. 2, June, 1951 Miscellaneous list ESK- Early Biography ESK Biography (parents, education, professional career, marriage, music style) “Greetings From Mrs. Kelley”, Junior Magazine Researcher’s notes on the above article (“Greetings From Mrs. Kelley”) “The Composer Edgar Stillman-Kelley” by Professor Wilhelm Altmann, Berlin “Der Komponist Edgar Stillman-Kelley”, Allgemeine Musik-Zeitung, March 27, 1908 (Article in German, Two copies) “E. S. Kelley, Dean of U. S. Composers, Musician, Who Was Honored for Variety of Works, Dies at 87- Once a Critic”, The New York Times, November 13, 1944 “First Child Born At Sparta, Now in Ohio, Rose To Fame As Noted Music Composer”, La Crosse Tribune and Leader-Press, December 29, 1940 “Kelley a Native of Sparta; His Wife Is A Wisconsin Notable, Milwaukee Journal, 1942? (Two copies) Researcher’s notes on autobiographical statements made by ESK at the age of 77 Researcher’s note Researcher’s note on ESK’s American ancestors and a list of places where Aladdin was played Researcher’s note containing a list of places ESK lived and what he did while he was there Miscellaneous Researcher’s note Researcher’s note on ESK’s musical training and brief analysis of miscellaneous compositions Researcher’s note listing people with short description of their importance Researcher’s note about “The Man in the Moon” “A Few Biographical Notes on Stillman-Kelley” (Biography #1, Two copies) Biography #2 (Three copies) Biography (See printed in premiere prog., Cincinnati May Festival, 1918 Biography notes on ESK handwritten in 1913 by JSK Researcher’s note on ESK’s early diary Envelope containing a poem dedicated to Mr. and Mrs. L.S. Bingham for their 50th wedding anniversary, and a short biography on ESK in spanish Pocket diary for 1868 (ESK’s?)

    Folder 11: Sparta History

    Researcher’s notes about Sparta, Wisconsin’s history “One Half Century. Justice H. E. Kelley Has Resided in This City Fifty Years. Many Changes Since 1856. Well Know Justice Tells How the Town Looked in Early Days”, Monroe Co. “Democrat”, 1906 Researcher’s note on the general effect of Sparta on the early development of ESK Researcher’s note on the early settlement of La Crosse and Monroe County Researcher’s note on the History of Sparta, Wisconsin Researcher’s note on education in Sparta Researcher’s note of miscellaneous events that took place in Sparta Researcher’s note with some miscellaneous addresses

    Folder 12: ESK Biographical Information

    Researcher’s note “Lieurance Traces American Indian Music to Oriental Origins” by Hazel Gertrude Kinscella, Musical America, April 7, 1923 Notes from ESK’s Lecture X- The Art of Listening to Music Letter to ESK from Edwin N. C. Barnes, February 16, 1929 (Handwritten notes in margins) Letter to ESK and JSK from John Warren Erb (Handwritten notes on the back) “Amusements Coming” Researcher’s note on the discrepancies that appear in ESK biographical information Copied letter from ESK to his mother, May 6, 1872 “Blind Tom’s Friend Pays His Tribute, Henry Watterson Recalls Memories of Odd Musical Genius” Researcher’s notes on “Blind Tom” “Boy With I.Q. of 55 is Genius at Piano”, New York Times, 1972 or 1973? Marion Division, 34, S. of T. Select Concert and Festival Card, May 24, 1855 Quote from ESK book

    Folder 13: Kelley’s Personal Life: Letters on expressed affection for wife age 35-70+

    Letter to JSK from ESK, undated Letter to JSK from ESK, May 15, 1892 “Composer Kelley And Wife Make A Duet Out Of Life” by Lucia Giddens Letter to JSK from ESK, September 30, 1930 Letter to JSK from ESK, undated Note from a researcher on the evolution of the terms of endearment used by ESK Letter to JSK from ESK, undated Letter to Mr. Rivenburrg from Brian Alexander, July 14, 1966

    Folder 14: Photos:

    Photo of ESK and JSK? Outside of a house Photo of Marc (Max?) Seifriz Photo of W. Seyboth Photo of “Aunt ???”, September 1923 Photo of ESK Photo of Max Seifriz (2 copies) Photo of ESK at 15? Photo of Mary Bingham (Kelley) as a child (2 copies) Photo of an old woman Photo of ESK as a young man Photo of ESK with another man Photo of Theodor Bohlmann Photo of Alice B. Aeal Signed photo of Heuii L. LeRoy dedicated to ESK and letter from Heuii L. LeRoy to ESK Photo of a crumbling building, 1892 Two photos of ESK and JSK? Photo of ESK at age 7 Photo of ESK writing on a desk Photo of a young boy Photo of Alk Gregg Eng? Photo of a young girl (on a material like plastic?) Photo of a young girl (on a material like plastic?) Photo of a young woman Photo of a young ESK?

    Note: Contents in the Edgar Stillman Kelley Collection are listed into various boxes contained within the content item. There are 103 boxes contained in this collection.

    Content Item 10: Box 97-99

    Box 97: ESK Composition Press and Programs

    Folder 1: Macbeth

    Newspaper clipping about ESK and Macbeth “Success of Carleton’s “Nanon” at the Baldwin. The California Macbeth.” ““Macbeth.” The Coming Production of in at the California.”, S. F. Report, October 31, 1885 (Three copies) “Macbeth Revived. Shakespeare’s Play as a Spectacle.”, S. F. Chronicle, October 31, 1885 Copy of an article sent to ESK by H. B. Pasmore (10/16/04) Note about Macbeth

    Folder 2: Pilgrim’s Progress Press #1

    “2LO In America”, tells of a concert that included “The Pilgrim’s Progress” that was broadcast across the Atlantic (3-13-25?) “Honored the Kelleys” “”Need Have No Fear of the Future” Says Kitty Cheatham, the Famous Diseuse”, The Musical Leader (Entire page included) Pilgrim’s Progress Will Be Season’s Outstanding Event”, The Oxford Press, April 26, 1934 (Two copies) “Kelley Miracle Play Wins Thunderous Applause Here”, The Oxford Press, May 3, 1934 “Oxford Notes” The Pilgrim’s Progress, photo of an orchestra and choir “B.B.C. Concert At Covent Garden”, The Era “The Pilgrim’s Progress” “Wolverhampton Choir at Covent Garden, First Performance of “The Pilgrim’s Progress”” “American Antimacassor Music” “Wolverhampton Choir in London, First English Performance of “Pilgrim’s Progress” Broadcast from Covent Garden”, March 13, 1925 “Broadcast Concert”, Morning Post Westminster Gazette clipping “South Staffordshire”, Musical Opinion “ “Pilgrim’s Progress” Music”, Weekly Dispatch “Broadcast Oratorio, A First Performance of “Pilgrim’s Progress” ” “Bunyan Set to Music. “The Pilgrim’s Progress” Broadcast Last Night” “ “Pilgrim’s Progress”, New Choral Work Broadcast” “The Week’s Music” “British Broadcast Concert”, Sunday Times, March 15, 1925 Untitled, 1925 “ “Pilgrim’s Progress Set to Music, Wolverhampton Choir in London”, Yorkshire Post, March 13, 1925 “Broadcasting Concert. “The Pilgrim’s Progress” at Covent Garden”, Scotsman, March 13, 1925 “John Bunyan at Covent Garden”, The Referee Untitled “Mayflower Ancestry” B.B.C.’s Fourth Concert, Financial News, March 14, 1925 “Gory Hands”, Daily Graphic, March 14, 1925 Untitled “Pilgrim’s Musical Progress” Untitled, March 21, 1925 “Church and Stage”, March 14, 1925 “The B.B.C.”, Daily Telegraph “ “The Pilgrim’s Progress”, Midland Singers at Covent Garden, Wireless Production of American Work”, Birmingham Mail Untitled “Miracle Play, Evening Dress Show of “The Pilgrim’s Progress” ”, Daily Herald, March 13, 1925 “Pilgrim’s Musical Progress”, Evening News, March 3, 1925 “The Pilgrim’s Progress”, Punch, March, 1925 The Pilgrim’s Progress”, Punch, or The London Charivari, March 18, 1925 Researcher’s note on Pilgrim’s Progress Page about Pilgrim’s Progress published by the Oliver Ditson Co., Boston, Mass. San Francisco Musical Club program, December 19, 1918 “S.F. Musical Club Enjoys Concert”, San Francisco Chronicle, December 20, 1918 “Want Auditorium In San Francisco, Alfred Hertz Suggests This Form of Memorial to Fallen Heros”, January 4, 1919 “Artists Come For ‘Pilgrim’s Progress’”, April 27, year unknown

    Folder 3: Pilgrim’s Progress #2

    Draft and final copies of a paper on “Pilgrim’s Progress” “Great Performances of “Pilgrim’s Progress”, Veteran Composer, Edgar Stillman Kelley, Presented with Medal of Honor- Chorus of 200 and Orchestra of 80 Directed by John Warren Erb”, Musical Leader, March 22, 1941 Untitled newspaper clipping about the Kelleys in London when “Pilgrim’s Progress” was to be broadcast, Musical Courier, March 26, 1925 “More Wireless Feats.”, Yorkshire Ols “Music Drama to Aid Scholarship Fund, Mrs. Roosevelt a Patroness of ‘Pilgrim’s Progress’ Benefit”, The New York Times, March 12, 1946 “Musical Miracle Play Well Done, Dr. Edgar Stillman Kelley, Composer, Lauds Work of Local Singers”, Grand Rapids Press, May 12, 1937 (Three copies) Researcher’s note on the above article Note to all members of The Toledo Choral Society and Prospective Members about the rehearsal of “The Pilgrim’s Progress”, 1924 “Stirring Program by Choral Union, Great Audience Hears Performance of “Pilgrim’s Progress””, Lawrence Daily Journal- World, March 28, 1938 “Choral Union Notes” Knoll Papers by Lyman Abbott, The New York Festival of Music, The Outlook, May, 1920 “The Festival.” “Festival Chorus Makes Pilgrim’s Progress With E. S. Kelley’s Oratorio”, New York Times, 1920? “‘Miracle Play’ Wins Praise in Premier Here”, New York Tribune, April 10, 1920 “Kelley’s “Pilgrim’s Progress”, New York Evening Post, April 10, 1920 Notes mentioning “Pilgrim’s Progress” “Bunyan’s Allegory Revived” Musical Arts Chorus, 1939-1940 Season “Americana” (Announces Miami University’s plan to perform “Pilgrim’s Progress” “Praises Oratorios”, Letter from “Kitty Cheatham”, Musical America, April 3, 1926 “The Apollo Club Honors The N. M. C. as Well as Itself in a Magnificent Presentation of Edgar Stillman Kelley’s “Pilgrim’s Progress””, The Music News, April 22, 1927 “Edgar Stillman Kelley’s Work to be Given in New York for N. F. M. C. Scholarship Fund” by Julia Fuqua Ober, Musical Leader, February 22, 1941 Edgar Stillman Kelley as a Youth (Then and Now), May 1922 ““Pilgrim’s Progress.” Wolverhampton Opinions on a Choral Setting”, Express and Star, May 12, 1923 (Two copies) “Dr. Edgar Stillman-Kelley Honored on the Occasion of his Birthday”, Musical America, May 10, 1934 “Portlanders Hear Pilgrim’s Progress”, Musical Leader PIlgrim’s Progress Excisions Apollo Musical Club Fiftieth Anniversary, 1921

    Folder 4: Pilgrim’s Progress

    Letters to ESK from Charles P. Taft requesting that he write a musical score to Mrs. Hodgkinson’s adaptation of Pilgrim’s Progress, 1916 Letters to the Kelleys from William Arms Fisher, who is helping to get the Pilgrim’s Progress parts checked, printed, and distributed, 1917 Letter to ESK from Charles P. Taft stating that he will be fully compensated for the cost of copying, February 23, 1918 Letters to the Kelleys from William Arms Fisher, 1918 Letters to the Kelleys from William Arms Fisher, 1919 (Includes one letter to Mr. Ditson from William Arms Fisher because it is referenced in his letter to the Kelleys) Letters to the Kelleys from William Arms Fisher, 1920 (Includes some notes that are written on the backs of letters) The Song of the Shepherd Boy from Pilgrim’s Progress, High Voice Researcher’s note about The Song of the Shepherd Boy from Pilgrim’s Progress Telegram form William A. Fisher to ESK

    Folder 5: Pilgrim, Wife’s Entertainment and Misc. Notes

    Four pages of quotes titled “Attitudes of Wife, Children, and Family” Three pages titles “The Wife’s Rebuke” “Where Bunyan Got HIs Famous “Pilgrim’s Progress””, Chicago Herald and Examiner, November 4, 1928 Pilgrim’s Progress Notes Telegram to ESK from Percy McKay, May 20, 1918 Pilgrim’s Progress note List of musical movements with the time they take to play without cuts Scratch music written on a score Pilgrim’s Progress Notes The Wife’s Entreaty Score

    Folder 6: Pilgrim’s Progress notes

    Researcher’s note about “Wife’s Entreaty” and “Madame Bubbles” Researcher’s note from the New York Society program, April 9, 1920 Researcher’s note comparing Pilgrim’s Progress to other ESK works Researcher’s note breaking down Pilgrim’s Progress by section Researcher’s note tying ESK’s composition of Pilgrim’s Progress back to his childhood reading of the book

    Folder 7: Clips- Pilgrim’s Progress. London 1925 (Pilgrim’s Progress Radio Broadcast)

    Letter to ESK from The General Press Cutting Association, March 3, 1925 Form of Subscription to the The General Press Cutting Association Letter to ESK from Woolgar & Roberts’ Press Cutting, Printing & Advertising Agency Letter to ESK from Woolgar & Roberts’ Press Cutting, Printing & Advertising Agency Woolgar & Roberts’ order form Handwritten letter Paper labeled Woolgar & Roberts’ Press Cutting, Printing & Advertising Agency Radio Times, March 14, 1925 “Miracle Play by Wireless. “Daily Express” Music Critic”, Daily Express, March 13, 1925 “Impression of Grandeur”, Daily News, March 13, 1925 “America Listens-in. “Pilgrim’s Progress” Broadcast from Covent Garden.”, Daily Graphic, MArch 13, 1925 “Pilgrim’s Progress. New Choral Work Broadcast”, Daily Mail, March 13, 1925 “Bunyan Set to Music. “The Pilgrim’s Progress” Broadcast Last Night”, Daily Chronicle, March 13, 1925 Clipping from Musical Courrier, New York “Composed “Pilgrim’s Progress””, Glasgow Bulletin, March 6, 1925 “Coming Music. Mr. E. S. Kelley’s “Pilgrim’s Progress”.”, Daily Mail, March 7, 1925 “People You Will Hear Next Week. Four Popular Artists in “The Pilgrim’s Progress,” at Covent Garden, on March 12th.”, Radio Times, March 6, 1925 “Radio Items. To-night’s Symphony Concert.”, Bristol Times, March 12, 1925 “Romance of a Miracle Play”, Newcastle Chronicle, March 4, 1925 “Wolverhampton Musical Society. Midland Interest in To-night’s Performance”, Birmingham Post, March 12, 1925 “U.S. to Hear 5XX. Long-Distance Radio Experiment”, Shields Daily News, March 3, 1925 “A Musical “Pilgrim’s Progress”.” by Percy A. Scholes, Radio Times, March 6, 1925 “The Pilgrim’s Progress”, Glasgow Herald, March 3, 1925 “Setting “The Pilgrim’s Progress” to Music. American Composer’s Work of a Lifetime. Interesting Work to be Broadcast Next Week.”, Dundee Eug Tele, March 7, 1925 “Musical Matters. Bristolian to Sing to an Audience of 100,000,000”, Bridol Eug News Clipping from Referee, March 8, 1925 “Musical Miracle Play”, Westminister Gazette, March 7, 1925 “Musical “Pilgrim’s Progress”.”, Glasgow Record, March 1925 “A Midland Triumph. Covent Garden Production of American Work”, Birmingham Dispatch, March 3, 1925 “Romance of a Miracle Play”, Liverpool Post, March 4, 1925 “Pilgrim’s Progress to Music” (Photo of the Kelleys), Daily Graphic, March 6, 1925 “100 Million Audience. Plans for Broadcasting of Pilgrim’s Progress”, Notts Journal, March 3, 1925 “Midland Choir’s Honour”, Birmingham Gazette, March 3, 1925 “His Life’s Work” (Photo of the Kelleys), Daily Sketch, March 6, 1925 (Three copies) “Remarkable Week in Broadcasting”, Morning Post, March 7, 1925 “Broadcasting Progress. Plans for Rapid Development”, The Times, March 7, 1925 “Master Musicians on the Wireless. New Era in British Broadcasting”, Liverpool E Express, March 4, 1925 Clipping from The Daily Telegraph, March 7, 1925 “5 I.T Musicians for Covent Garden”, Birmingham Gazette, March 7, 1925 “The Pilgrim’s Progress”, Morning Post, March 9, 1925 “Music This Week. London Symphony Orchestra”, The Times, March 9, 1925 “Man Who Composed “Pilgrim’s Progress.” Music A Lifetime In The Making: Dream Themes, Broadcast Plans”, The Star, March 3, 1925 (Two Copies) “The Programme- Thursday”, Radio Times, March 6, 1925 “America To Hear 5XX. Long-Distance RAdio Experiment. Broadcast Opera”, Manchester Dispatch, March 3, 1925 “Pilgrim’s Progress On Radio”, Daily News, March 3, 1925 ““The Pilgrim’s Progress.” Musical Miracle Play”, Daily Telegraph, March 3, 1925 “Chink-Of-Gold Music. Unorthodox Play to Be Broadcast”, Daily Express, March 3, 1925 (Three copies) “Bunyan Adapted to Wireless. “The Pilgrim’s Progress” Concert”, Morning Post, March 3, 1925 (Three Copies) “Up-to-date Pilgrim. Chinking of Gold Set to Music”, Liverpool Courier, March 3, 1925 ““Pilgrim’s Progress” World-Wide Audience For Miracle Play”, Sheffield ?????, March 3, 1925 Clipping from Yorkshire Post, March 3, 1925 ““Pilgrim’s Progress” American Miracle-Play to be Broadcast from London”, Glasgow Bulletin, March 3, 1925 “The Pilgrim’s Progress. “Miracle” Play to be Broadcast”, Newcastle Journal, March 3, 1925 “Broadcast Play”, Westminister Gazette “The “Pilgrim’s Progress” Play”, Liverpool Post, March 3, 1925 “A Musical “Miracle Play””, Manchester Guardian, March 3, 1925 ““Miracle” Play on Radio”, Star, March 3, 1925 Clipping from Jewish Chronicle, February 27, 1925 ““The Pilgrim’s Progress.” Musical Miracle Play”, The Daily Telegraph, March 3, 1925 “‘Pilgrim’s Progress’ On Radio”, Daily News, March 3, 1925 “World to Listen-in. Covent Garden Miracle Play to be Broadcast”, Daily Graphic, March 3, 1925 Photo of Ursula Greville, Daily Graphic, March 3, 1925 “To-night’s Broadcast” (Photo of the Kelleys), Gllustralid Chronicles Photo of Ursula Greville, Daily Express, March 12, 1925 Photo of Ursula Greville and ““The Pilgrim’s Progress.” Midland Musicians at Covent Garden.”, Daily News, March 12, 1925 “The Pilgrim’s Progress”, Birmingham Dispatch, March 11, 1925 “The Fourth Symphony Concert”, Popular Winclass, March 14, 1925 “Wireless Notes. Miracle Play For All Stations”, Western Mail, March 12, 1925 Clipping from The Referee, March 8, 1925 “The Pilgrim’s Progress.”, Evening Chronicle, March 7, 1925 “The Pilgrim’s Progress.”, Morning Post, March 9, 1925 “For Listeners-in”, Morning Post, March 10, 1925 “Broadcasting. First Performances of “Pilgrim’s Progress””, Liverpool Courier, March 12, 1925 ““Pilgrim’s Progress” To Music” (Photo of the Kelleys), The Daily Graphic Envelope labeled “Advance Publicity” “Man Who Composed “Pilgrim’s Progress” Musical A Lifetime In The Making: Dream Themes.”, Star, March 3, 1925 “The Man Who Composed the Music for “The Pilgrim’s Progress”, Sphere, March 21, 1925 “The Pilgrim’s Progress”, Musical Standard, March 7, 1925 Photo of ESK, Winclass Whely Note to the Kelleys from Holland, March 13, 1925 ““The Pilgrim’s Progress.” Musical Miracle Play.”, Daily Telegraph, March 3, 1925 Flier announcing the “First English performance of the Pilgrim’s Progress”, March 12, 1925

    Folder 8: Alice in Wonderland Press

    “Camp’s Planned Great Welcome of Damrosches”, Traverse City Record-Eagle, August 14, 1936 “Edgar Stillman Kelley’s “Alice in Wonderland” Produced at Cincinnati Zoo, The Music News “Alice in Wonderland”, Cincinnati Fine Arts Journal, 1932 “Alice in Wonderland”, Cincinnati Fine Arts Journal (Two copies) Researcher’s note on the Forest of Forgetfulness from Alice in Wonderland

    Folder 9: New England Symphony Press

    “A New American Symphony” “Edgar Stillman Kelley’s New Symphony” (Copied from the Cincinnati Enquirer), The Music News “His Symphony Played at German Festival”, The Cincinnati Times-Star (April 28, 1914?) Handwritten Notes “San Francisco Hears An American Symphony”, Musical America, March 17, 1917 List of performances of ESK’s New England Symphony “World-Noted Composer to Hear Concert, Stillman Kelley Will Be Guest of Oakland Symphony”, Oakland Tribune, October 29, 1939 “Music Views” by Eugene Stinson, Chicago Daily News, July 10, 1941 “Concerts Opened By Civic Symphony, Federal Music Project Plays Stillman-Kelley Work” by Arthur Loesser Program Notes Handwritten notes “New Songs of the Pilgrims”, New York Times, July 20, 1920 Short biography of ESK relating to the New England Symphony, January 31, 1930 “American Composers at the Eastman”, Rochester Times-Union, January 16, 1936 “Notes Here and Afield”, The New York Times “Honors Are Paid To American Musician” by Stewart B. Sabin, Rochester Democrat and Chronicle, January 17, 1936 “Stillman Kelley Symphony Played at Rochester” by Gardner Read, Musical Leader, 1936 “National Symphony of Wide Interest” “Dr. Edgar Stillman Kelley and His “New England” Symphony Given Ovation by Huge Audiences at Cincinnati Symphony Concerts”, Musical Leader (1942?) “Kelley’s New England Symphony, Feature of the Opening Philadelphia Symphony Concert”, Musical Courier “Twenty Years Ago in Cincinnati, February 17, 1922” “Symphony Concert”, The Commercial Tribune, April 24, 1915 “Kelley’s “The New England Symphony” Published”, Musical Courier “An Ovation Given The New England Symphony”, April 24, 1915 “Music and Musicians” by Redfern Mason German article, April 29, 1914

    Folder 10: Aladdin Programs and Press

    Inside the envelope addressed to H. E. Kelley: Aladdin press “Manuscript Society’s Concert”, The Musical Courier, February 19, 1896 Extract from the New York “Herald”, February 14, 1896 Untitled article (Mentions Gulliver as well as Aladdin), 1896 (Two copies) “The Manuscript Society” (Mentions Gulliver as well as Aladdin), 1896 “Town Topics”, February 20, 1896? The Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra, Fourteenth Popular Concert Program, January 23, 1916 Will L. Greenbaum Presents The Russian Symphony Orchestra, April 30, Year Unknown Instructions on how to play Aladdin so that it sounds the way it was intended to (Three copies) “14th Popular Orchestra Concert”, January 24, 1916 “Popular Orchestral Concert With Frances Nash”, The Minneapolis Morning Tribune, January 24, 1916 (Two copies) German Program: “Richard Wagner-feste” The Edward MacDowell Memorial Association Begs to Announce Festival of Music, August 21-24, 1913 Clune’s Pasadena Theater Program, April 25, 1911? Denver Musicians C. W. A. Symphony Orchestra Program, February 11, 1934 Smith’s Theater Program (Mentions the Russian Symphony Orchestra), 1911 The Forty-Fourth Annual Worcester Music Festival, September 26, 1901 “Glories of the Twenty-Second May Festival Now a Brilliant Page in Musical History”, The Enquirer, Cincinnati, May 6, 1916 Cincinnati May Festival, Fifth Concert, May 6, 1916 Cincinnati Conservatory of Music presents the Conservatory Symphony Orchestra in a Festival of Music by American Composers, April 1951 (Two Copies) Pittsburgh Exposition Program, August 28- October 19, 1912 Handwritten quote from the instructions found at the beginning of this folder Possible cuts in Aladdin Article from the Boston Transcript, April, 1915 Article from the San Francisco Chronicle “American Composer Honored at Matinee”, The Musical Leader Letter to ESK August 31, 1915 “Great Feast of Music, Third Public Concert of the Manuscript Society a Great Success”, New York Journal, 1896 “Stillman-Kelley’s “Aladdin” Suite” (From the Boston Evening Transcript), April 1915 Letter to ESK from Edward Hiel Tavoli Opera House Sixth Symphony Concert Program, April 13, 1894 Tavoli Opera House Second Symphony Concert Program, February 9, 1894 (Two copies) “The Manuscript Society of New York”, The Vocalist, 1896 Quote from ESK?

    Folder 11: Gulliver Press

    Chronicles. Translated and of the Original Tongues for and respectfully dedicated to Pioneer Lodge No. 13 Analysis of the 3rd movement of Gulliver’s Symphony Researcher’s note

    Folder 12: German Press

    Newspaper clipping from the Hamburger Fremdenblatt, April 29, 1914 Newspaper clipping from the Hamburgischer Correspondent, April 28, 1914 Newspaper clipping from the Die Post, April 28, 1914 Newspaper clipping from the Leipziger Neueste Nachrichten, April 29, 1914

    Folder 13: The Theater

    The Theater, A Weekly Record of the Stage, Vol. V. No. 13, May 18, 1889

    Folder 14: Articles by or about ESK

    Sparta Herald, Vol. 12 No. 24, September 28, 1880 The Examiner, San Francisco, various articles including “Posthumous Persecution” by ESK, March 17, 1895 “Edgar Stillman Kelley has Faith in Artistic Destiny of California” by Redfern Mason, The San Francisco Examiner “Muratore’s Programme Includes Operatic Gems”, March 4, 1917 “Symphony No. 2, “New England,” in B flat minor, Op. 33 by ESK New England Symphony program notes “In on Composers’ Harmony Attempt”, International News Photo by Evening Journal “Symphony Lecture Most Interesting. Mrs. Edgar Stillman Kelley Proved Real Treat” “America’s Most Notable Symphony” (New England Symphony) by A. Walter Kramer “The California Meadow Lark” by Charles Keeler “Musico-Dramatic Problems.” by ESK, The Musical Courier “MacDowell’s Ideal Realized” by ESK, Musical Courier, September 10, 1913 “The American Spirit” by Henry Latrobe Roosevelt (Assistant Secretary of the Navy) “The American’s Creed” pamphlet “Twelve Historical Phases or Parts in the Study of the American’s Creed” pamphlet “The Patriot’s Program” by Louis A. Bowman Card with the Pledge of Allegiance and The American’s Creed “The American’s Creed”, Sheet music by ESK “Importance of Melody”, The Billboard, September 1, 1923 “And Then They Sat Down At the Piano…” by Harold C. Schonberg, The New York Times, January 26, 1969 “Master Of The Third Dimension” by ESK, Enquirer Sunday Magazine, February 12, 1933 “Mayflower Society Congress. Ninth Triennial Gathering of Descendants of the Mayflower Passengers” (Among other articles), Old Colony Memorial, Vol. 100 No. 36, September 9, 1921 Partial picture of ESK “Edmund Clarence Stedman, The poet-prophet of Aviation” by ESK, Enquirer Sunday Magazine, October 8, 1933 (Three copies) Letter to ESK from the Cincinnati Times-Star “Edison’s Influence Upon Dramatic and Musical Art, Early Interview of Edgar Stillman Kelley With Inventor” by ESK, Cincinnati Times-Star, November 2, 1931 “Stephen Foster: In Facts and Figures” by Oscar Thompson, Musical America, April 10, 1934 “Contemporary American Composers”, The Musical Courier “What Makes Music Modern, A Special Idiom Need Not Be Sole Test of Contemporaneity- Factors in Attitude of the Critic”, By Olin Downes, 1940 Photo of J. Courtland Cooper “Establishing Music School Standards in America” by Burnet Corwin Tuthill, M.A., The Etude, February, 1932 Manuscript Society of New York, Prospectus, season of 1890-1891 (Pamphlet) “Patrick S. Gilmore The Father of the American Concert Band” by Michael Cummings” “Will the music of Ultra-Modernists Survive? A Symposium by Eminent Musicians”, The Etude (ESK is a contributor) “The Influences of Race and Religion on Modern Music” by ESK

    Folder 15: News Columns by Mary C. Kelley

    Mobile, Alabama: “Mardi-Gras. Account of the Carnival in the City of Mobile, Aln.”, March 2, 1876 “A Mobile Missive. Flowers, Moths, and the other Drawbacks, Hard Times, and Thievery”, February 12, 1876 (Two copies) “A Spartan Lady in the Far South.”, January 1, 1876 (Two copies) Stuttgart, Germany: “A Spartan Lady in Germany- Fires and their Consequences”, December 10, 1879

    Box 98: May music festival and other programs

    Folder 1:

    Official Programme: Twenty-second May Music Festival, May 2-6, 1916 (Aladdin)

    Folder 2:

    Official Programme: Twenty-third May Music Festival, May 7-11, 1918 (Pilgrim’s Progress) Official announcement of the Cincinnati May Music Festival, May 7-11, 1918 (Pilgrim’s Progress) May Festival, May 7-11, 1918 (Pilgrim’s Progress)

    Folder 3:

    Official Programme: Twenty-Sixth May Music Festival, May 5-9, 1925 (Pit and the Pendulum)

    Folder 4:

    Official Programme: Twenty-Seventh May Music Festival, May 3-7, 1927

    Folder 5:

    New York Chamber Music Society Sunday Salons (ESK on Honorary Committee), 1936-1937

    Folder 6:

    Worcester Music Festival, 1921 (Pilgrim’s Progress)

    Folder 7:

    The Pilgrim’s Progress score for soli, Chorus and Orchestra, Op. 37, Oliver Ditson Company, Copyright 1917

    Folder 8: The Pilgrim’s Progress score for soli, Chorus and Orchestra, Op. 37, Oliver Ditson Company, Copyright 1917 and 1920

    Box 99: The Pilgrim’s Progress

    Folder 1: Conductor’s Score

    The Pilgrim’s Progress: Conductor’s Score Op. 37, Copyright 1917 and 1920 (Contains notes)

    Folder 2: Prologue & The Wicket Gate

    The Pilgrim’s Progress: Prologue & The Wicket Gate by Stillman Kelley (handwritten score with notes)

    Folder 3: Vanity Fair

    The Pilgrim’s Progress: Vanity Fair by Stillman Kelley (handwritten score with notes)

    Folder 4: Part III (The Delectable Mountains Crossing of the River and The Celestial City)

    The Pilgrim’s Progress: Part III, The Delectable Mountains Crossing of the River and The Celestial City by Stillman Kelley (handwritten score with notes)

    Folder 5: The Valley of Humiliation

    The Pilgrim’s Progress: The Valley of Humiliation by Stillman Kelley (handwritten score with notes)

    Note: Contents in the Edgar Stillman Kelley Collection are listed into various boxes contained within the content item. There are 103 boxes contained in this collection.

    Content Item 10: Box 100-103

    Box 100: Compositions

    Water Scenes Op. 13 by Fthelbert Nevin, Copyright 1891

    Lucky Lindy! Words by L. Wolfe Gilbert Music by Abel Baer

    Beer Barrel Polka (Roll Out The Barrel) by Lew Brown, Wladimir A. Timm and Jaromir Vejvoda, Copyright 1934

    Published for the Society for the Publication of American Music 1924-1925, Trio in D Minor for Piano, Violin and Violoncello, Frederic Ayres (Handwritten note dated June 10, 1926)

    Breitkopf and Hartel’s Partitur-Bibliothek. John K. Paine. Azara Opera in three Acts

    Breitkopf and Hartels Orchesterbibliothek. No. 1417/1421. John K. Paine Azara, Tuba, Preis 6 Mark

    Breitkopf and Hartels Orchesterbibliothek. No. 1417/1421. John K. Paine Azara, Viola, Preis 6 Mark

    Breitkopf and Hartels Orchesterbibliothek. No. 1417/1421. John K. Paine Azara, Violoncell, Preis 6 Mark

    Breitkopf and Hartels Orchesterbibliothek. No. 1417/1421. John K. Paine Azara, Violine I, Preis 6 Mark

    Breitkopf and Hartels Orchesterbibliothek. No. 1417/1421. John K. Paine Azara, Violine I, Preis 6 Mark

    Box 101: Compositions

    Breitkopf and Hartels Orchesterbibliothek. No. 1417/1421. John K. Paine Azara, Fagott I, Preis 6 Mark

    Breitkopf and Hartels Orchesterbibliothek. No. 1417/1421. John K. Paine Azara, Fagott II, Preis 6 Mark

    Breitkopf and Hartels Orchesterbibliothek. No. 1417/1421. John K. Paine Azara, Fagott III, Preis 6 Mark

    Breitkopf and Hartels Orchesterbibliothek. No. 1417/1421. John K. Paine Azara, Englisches Horn, Preis 6 Mark

    Breitkopf and Hartels Orchesterbibliothek. No. 1417/1421. John K. Paine Azara, Buhnenmusik, Preis 6 Mark

    Breitkopf and Hartels Orchesterbibliothek. No. 1417/1421. John K. Paine Azara, Babklarinette, Preis 6 Mark

    Breitkopf and Hartels Orchesterbibliothek. No. 1417/1421. John K. Paine Azara, Bass, Preis 6 Mark

    Breitkopf and Hartels Orchesterbibliothek. No. 1417/1421. John K. Paine Azara, Posaune I, Preis 6 Mark

    Breitkopf and Hartels Orchesterbibliothek. No. 1417/1421. John K. Paine Azara, Posaune II, Preis 6 Mark

    Breitkopf and Hartels Orchesterbibliothek. No. 1417/1421. John K. Paine Azara, Posaune III, Preis 6 Mark

    Breitkopf and Hartels Orchesterbibliothek. No. 1417/1421. John K. Paine Azara, Grobe Trommel, Becken und Triangel, Preis 6 Mark

    Breitkopf and Hartels Orchesterbibliothek. No. 1417/1421. John K. Paine Azara, Horn I, Preis 6 Mark

    Breitkopf and Hartels Orchesterbibliothek. No. 1417/1421. John K. Paine Azara, Horn II, Preis 6 Mark

    Breitkopf and Hartels Orchesterbibliothek. No. 1417/1421. John K. Paine Azara, Horn III, Preis 6 Mark

    Breitkopf and Hartels Orchesterbibliothek. No. 1417/1421. John K. Paine Azara, Horn IV, Preis 6 Mark

    Breitkopf and Hartels Orchesterbibliothek. No. 1417/1421. John K. Paine Azara, Harfe, Preis 6 Mark

    Breitkopf and Hartels Orchesterbibliothek. No. 1417/1421. John K. Paine Azara, Flote I, Preis 6 Mark

    Breitkopf and Hartels Orchesterbibliothek. No. 1417/1421. John K. Paine Azara, Flote II, Preis 6 Mark

    Breitkopf and Hartels Orchesterbibliothek. No. 1417/1421. John K. Paine Azara, Flote III, Preis 6 Mark

    Breitkopf and Hartels Orchesterbibliothek. No. 1417/1421. John K. Paine Azara, Klarinette I, Preis 6 Mark

    Breitkopf and Hartels Orchesterbibliothek. No. 1417/1421. John K. Paine Azara, Klarinette II, Preis 6 Mark

    Breitkopf and Hartels Orchesterbibliothek. No. 1417/1421. John K. Paine Azara, Oboe I, Preis 6 Mark

    Breitkopf and Hartels Orchesterbibliothek. No. 1417/1421. John K. Paine Azara, Oboe II, Preis 6 Mark

    Breitkopf and Hartels Orchesterbibliothek. No. 1417/1421. John K. Paine Azara, Pauken, Preis 6 Mark

    Breitkopf and Hartels Orchesterbibliothek. No. 1417/1421. John K. Paine Azara, Tambourin, Preis 6 Mark

    Breitkopf and Hartels Orchesterbibliothek. No. 1417/1421. John K. Paine Azara, Trompete I, Preis 6 Mark

    Breitkopf and Hartels Orchesterbibliothek. No. 1417/1421. John K. Paine Azara, Trompete II, Preis 6 Mark

    Breitkopf and Hartels Orchesterbibliothek. No. 1417/1421. John K. Paine Azara, Trompete III, Preis 6 Mark

    Box 102: Publications and Correspondence

    Ancient Irish Music: Comprising One Hundred Irish Airs Hitherto Unpublished; Many of the Old Popular Songs; and Several New Songs. Collected and edited by P. W. Joyce, LL.D., M.R.I.A., The Harmonies by Professor Glover, 1901

    Irish Music and Song: A Collection of Songs in the Irish Language Set to Music. Edited for the Society for the Preservation of the Irish Language by P. W. Joyce, LL.D., M.R.I.A., 1903

    The One Hundred and One Best Songs published by The Cable Company, Copyright 1915

    The Edward MacDowell Association Incorporated Report For the Year 1922

    The Edward MacDowell Association Incorporated Report For the Year 1925

    The Edward MacDowell Association Incorporated Peterborough New Hampshire, 1907-1932

    The book “Musical Instruments” written and autographed by ESK, February 21, 1931

    American Composers, Second Edition September 1932, A Catalogue compiled by Claire Reis, Published by The United States Section of The International Society for Contemporary Music

    Ella May Smith Studios, “Progressive Series of Piano Lessons”

    Edward MacDowell And The Peterborough Idea by Etelka Evans

    The Peterborough Idea by Edwin Arlington Robinson

    A Nautical Comic Opera In Two Acts. Billee Taylor; or, “The Reward of Virtue” by H. P. Stephens and Edward Solomon. Boston: Oliver Ditson and Co.

    Yale University Symphony Programmes Conducted and Annotated by Edgar Stillman-Kelley Acting Professor (Two Copies)

    Folder 1: Biography ESK

    Western College Alma Mater

    Letter from John Warren Erb to ESK

    Biography of ESK by his wife (Personal copy)

    Folder 2: 1916 Correspondence

    Letter from Ernest O. Hiler to Mr. Meyer, January 1, 1916

    Letter from Grace Alben Fornch to JSK, January 5, 1916

    Letter from Edith Sterrit Neff, January 10, 1916?; Letter from Mr. and Mrs. Karl Dietz, January 20, 1916

    Letter from Wille Alfranun to ESK, January 21, 1916

    Letter from Arthur Farwell to ESK, January 23, 1916

    Letter from unknown to JSK, January 26, 1916

    Program for “A Musical Pilgrimage” by JSK, February 8, 1916

    Letter from Edward Builiujaeue Hill? to ESK, February 10, 1916; Letter from Edward Builiujaeue Hill, February 28, 1916

    Letter from Emerson Whithorne to ESK, February 18, 1916

    Letter from Morgan L. Hughes to JSK, March 6, 1916

    Letter from M. R. Copithorne to ESK, March 8, 1916

    Letter from Laura T. Beaver to Miss Sawyer, March 16, 1916

    Letter from John Parrott to ESK, March 24, 1916

    Letter from Blanche Zehner to JSK, n.d.

    Letter from R. S. Waldron to JSK, March 31, 1916

    Letter from John Parrott to “Maestro”, April 14, 1916; Musical Association of San Francisco newsletter

    Letter from Krehbiel and Co. to ESK, May 2, 1916

    Letter from F. M. Ruchstukl to ESK, June 30, 1916

    Letter from John Parrott to “Maestro”, August 14, 1916; Letter from John Parrott to ESK, September 19, 1916

    Letter from Footes to ESK and JSK, August 17, 1916

    Letter from Ernest M. Skinner to ESK, August 29, 1916

    Letter from the office of Charles P. Taft to ESK, September 5, 1916

    Letter from Edward Beulinjaeue Hill to ESK, November 23, 1916

    Letter from ESK to JSK, November 24, 1916

    Letter from James Cole Hancock to JSK, December 22, 1916; Letter from Horatis Packer to ESK, November 15, 1916; Letter from James Cole Hancock to JSK, December 3, 1916; Letter from Jimmie to “Aunt Fannie”, December 22, 1916

    Letter from Jimmie to “Aunt Fannie”, December 29, 1916; Letter from James Cole Hancock to JSK, December 29, 1916

    Folder 3: 1917 Correspondence

    Letter from The Musical Blue Book of America, 1916-1917 Letter from F. N. Ruelstukl to ESK, January 8, 1917 Letter from G. S. Vounick to ESK, January 9, 1917

    Letter from Grozine Heohnis-Thomas to ESK, January 10, 1917 Article titled Sir Henry Heyman Honored by Colleagues, Pacific Coast Musical Review, January 27, 1917

    Short story called “The Distinguished Stranger” by Robert Louis Stevenson Unaccrued Royalty Account of Edgar Stillman-Kelly, Salary and Accrued Royalty Account of Edgar Stillman-Kelly, Letter from the Art Publication Society cashier to ESK, January 30, 1917

    Letter from Burleigh E. Jacobs to ESK, February 3, 1917 Letter from Leopold Godowsky (?) to ESK, n.d.

    Letter from Alexina Wilde to JSK, February 16, 1917

    Postcard from ESK to JSK, February 25, 1917

    Postcard from unknown to JSK, February 26, 1917

    Letter from John C. Frund (?) to ESK, February 27, 1917

    Letter from Earl to JSK, February 28, 1917

    Letter from unknown to JSK, March 2, 1917

    Letter from unknown to JSK, March 3, 1917

    Letter from W. P. Southend to JSK, March 4, 1917

    Letter from Carl Stocckel to JSK, March 14, 1917

    Letter from Emmie Brooks to JSK, No date

    Letters from M. Gralsh Leiy to ESK, March 17, 15, 8, and June 21, 1917 Letter from W. W. Boyd to JSK, April 27, 1917

    Letter from Edgecliffe to JSK, April 30, 1917

    Letter from Edgecliffe to JSK, n.d.

    Letter from Edgecliffe to JSK, April 23, 1917

    Letter from Edgecliffe to JSK, n.d.

    Letter from W. P. Burnis to ESK, May 17, 1917

    Letter from Annie S. Lafe to JSK

    Letter from The Authors’ League of America to ESK, May 24, 1917 Letter from the Executive Conservatory of Music to ESK, n.d.

    Letter from Alla Pearl Little to ESK, May 28, 1917 Letter from Olive R. McLashan to JSK, May 29, 1917

    Letter from Every to JSK, June 1, 1917

    Letter from Haney Hosen to JSK, June 6, 1917

    Letter from Dr. J. M. Withrow to JSK, June 8, 1917 Letter from Charlet Dabuey to ESK, June 13, 1917

    Letter from unknown to JSK, n.d.

    Letter from Liay Every to JSK, June 16, 1917?

    Letter from Eva Jackson to JSK, June 25, 1917

    Letter from Wallington Riegger(?) to ESK, June 26, 1917

    Letter from John McMormack to ESK, July 1, 1917?

    Letter from Liam L. Euivy to JSK, July 3, 1917

    Letter from the Art Publication Society cashier to ESK, July 19, 1917, Unaccrued Royalty Account of Edgar Stillman-Kelly (July 15, 1917), Salary and Accrued Royalty Account of Edgar Stillman-Kelly (July 15, 1917) Letter from the Library of Congress to ESK, July 24, 1917

    Letter from Arthur E. Beston to ESK, July 26, 1917

    Letters from the Library of Congress to ESK, July 31 and March 19, 1917

    Letter from Clara Edmundo-Hemingaray to JSK, August 9, 1917

    Letter from Joseph Muller to ESK, August 21, 1917

    Letter from Annie S. Lafe to JSK, August 22, 1917?

    Letter from Ph. Srepp to ESK, September 25, 1917 Letter from Carl Stoeckel to ESK, October 10, 1917

    Letter from Dr. J. M. Withrow to JSK, October 12, 1917

    Midland Mutual Life Insurance Company Renewal of Policy receipt for JSK, October 15, 1917

    Letter from Gralsh Leiy to ESK, November 1, 1917

    Letter from ESK? To JSK?, November 6, 1917

    Letter from Annie S. Lafe to ESK, November 7, 1917

    Letter from unknown to unknown, November 9, 1917

    Letter from ESK? To JSK?, November 12, 1917

    Letter on Boston Art Club stationery, November 14, 1917(?)

    Letter, November 14, 1917

    Letter from unknown to JSK, November 14, 1917

    Letter from Sara McKinley to JSK, November 16, 1917

    Letter to JSK, November 19, 1917

    Letter from Elizabeth Hodgl Tindor to JSK, December 23, 1917

    Letter from Annie S. Lafe to JSK

    Letter from Will Kech to Torses

    Letter from H. H. H. H. H.

    Letter from H. H. H. H.

    Letter from Annie S. Lafe to JSK

    Folder 4: Rosa Dembo- 1976

    Two library slips for a book titled “Lithuanian immigrant. OSU Alumna. Impressions of World War II, etc. by Rosa Dembo

    Letter from Rosa Dembo to Robert A. Tibbetts, April 5, 1976

    Letter from Rosa Dembo to Robert A. Tibbetts, April 6, 1976

    Letter from Rosa Dembo to Robert A. Tibbetts, April 25, 1976

    Letter from Rosa Dembo to Robert A. Tibbetts, May 4, 1976

    Letter from Robert A. Tibbetts to Rosa Dembo, June 3, 1976

    Table of Contents: Wonderful World by Rosa Dembo

    A Letter from Judith to Jack Pearson on September 6, 1945

    Diary entries? From November, 1939

    Table of Contents for the Diary of Rosa Dembo- 1914 to 1919

    Diary of Rosa Dembo: Childhood

    Diary of Rosa Dembo: Adolescence

    Diary of Rosa Dembo:Adulthood

    Photo of Rosa Dembo

    Article titled “the Russian Literary Heritage” by Mrs. Rosa Dembo, The Evening Collegian, May, 1946

    Box 103: Correspondence

    Folder 1: Correspondence 1877-1891

    Paper labeled “Memorandums of the Notes, Thought, and Observations of ESK commenced, June 9, 1877 in Stuttgart, Germany”

    Letter from A. C. Gunter to ESK, June 30, 1880

    Letter from C. M. S. M. Liuane? To ESK, April 28, 1887

    Letter from Caryl Floris to ESK, April 28, 1887

    Letter from Edmund S. Mattoon to ESK, December 20, 1887

    Letter from Max Heinrich to ESK, February 11, 1888

    Letter from Richard Mansfield to ESK, May? 26, 1888

    Letter from John Parroth to to ESK, June 9, 1888

    Letter from the secretary of Thomas A. Edison to ESK, July 7, 1888

    Letter from Harry Edwards to ESK, July 10, 1888

    Letter from L. Austin to ESK?, July 26, 1888

    Letter from Jerri Bovth to ESK, December 2, 1888

    Letter from Wilson G. Smith, December 22, 1888

    Letter from Clay W. Greene? to ESK, January 12, 1889

    Letter from A. J. Goodnich to ESK, February 15, 1889

    Engagement Contract between Randall’s Theatrical Bureau? And ESK, February 27, 1889

    Letter from Dudley Buck to ESK, April 14, 1889

    Letter from S. B. Mills to ESK, June 24, 1889

    Letter from Carl Formes to ESK, June 26, 1889

    Letter from John Philip Sousa to ESK, September 24, 1889

    Letter from unknown to Rev. S. Humpington?, October? 30, 1889

    Letter from Johannes Elinblad to ESK, November 3, 1889

    Letter from G. A. Zumsteeg to ESK, March 20, 1890

    Letter from R. Goldbeck to ESK, March 28, 1890

    Receipt from St. Nicholas Magazine to ESK for a piece titled “An Old English Song”, June 19, 1890

    Letter from Pauline Hall to ESK, July 11, 1890

    Invitation to a reception for Xaver Scharwenha, August 18, 1890

    Letter from Gartenhaus III? To ESK, April 6, 1891?

    Letter from John A. Brockhaven to ESK, April 11, 1891

    Letter from Mason Carnes to ESK, June 7, 1891

    Letter from J. DE Zielinski to ESK, October 1, 1891

    Letter from Lawrence Stoddard to ESK, October 19, 1891?

    Letter from Dillian Armstrong to ESK, November 19, 1891

    Letter from Robert Soldbeck to ESK, 1891

    Letter from Lawrence Hoddard to ESK, October 28, (no year)

    Letter from Conrad Ansorge to ESK?, n.d.

    Letter from William Mason to Shirwood, n.d.

    Folder 2: “The Opera” (January, 1882)

    Sections of a journal by ESK including:

    A reflection on his childhood, why he wrote musicals, and other thoughts on musicals/operas

    An outline of the form of “Gulliver’s Voyage…”

    Writing about Macbeth

    Writing about Sonata Pathiligme? Op. 13

    Writing about Marches

    Writing about Suite for Organ

    Writing about Gulliver’s Trip (Voyage)

    Writing about the “Light of Faith”

    Writing about “Modern Instrumental Music”

    Writing about Plagiarism

    Writing about “Morals obtained from inspecting works of art”

    *Other musicals may be mentioned as well

    Folder 3: 1891-1892 Correspondence

    Letter from HEK to JSK, July 14, 1891

    Letter from HEK to JSK, July 14, 1891

    Letter from Rev. C. L. Miel to ESK, August 20, 1891

    Letters from Rafael Joseffy to ESK, October 18, 1891? And November 1891

    Letter of Yee Shan How

    Letter from H. W. Mabie to ESK, November 11, 1891

    Letter from Rober Goldbeck to unknown, November 25, 1891

    Letter from Lyman Abbott to ESK, December 5, 1891

    Letter from McDowell to ESK, January 4, no year (1892?)

    Letter from Gerrit Smith to ESK, January 23, 1892

    Letter from G. P. Lathrop to ESK, April 1, no year

    Letter from G. P. Lathrop to ESK, April 12, 1892

    Letter from unknown to “Children”, April 26, 1892

    Letter from Mrs. Reich J. Wilmore to ESK, May 3, 1892?

    Letter from Osmund N. Junsoon to ESK, May 9, 1892

    Telegram from N. C. Page to ESK, June 6, 1892

    Letter from O. J. Wilmore to ESK, June 10, 1892

    Letter from Richard Stahl to ESK, June 11, 1892

    Letter from Loremen J. Taang? To ESK, n.d.; Letter from Wm. H. Howard? To ESK, June 17, 1892?

    Letter from S. G. Pratt to ESK, June 18, 1892

    Letter from C. M. S. McSwan to ESK, n.d.

    Letter from Louis Leser? to ESK, June 19, 1892

    Letter from F. H. Sayur to ESK, June? 22, 1892

    Letter from Mrs. Reich J. Wilmore to ESK, June 25, 1892

    Letter from unknown to JSK, July 5, 1892?

    Letter from O. J. Wilmore to ESK, July 5, 1892

    Letter from Franklin Layent to ESK, July 14, 1892

    Letter from O. N. Jankins to ESK, July 30, 1892

    Letter from JSK to Annie, August 8, 1892

    Letter from Louis Lisser? To ESK, September 13, 1892

    Letter from Meeh to ESK, September 23, 1892

    Letter from Edmund S. Morgan to ESK, October 20, 1892

    Letter from ESK? To Mr. Jackson, 1892?

    Folder 4: 1892-1904 Correspondence

    Letter from unknown to William Mason, May 2, ‘77

    Letter from F. H. Sealy to ESK, July 10, 1892; Letter from unknown to ESK, June 4, 1892

    Letter from Mason Caines to ESK, September 6, 1892

    Letter from William Mason to ESK, October 8, 1892

    Letter from unknown to ESK, January 27, 1893

    Letter from unknown to William Mason

    Letter from William Mason to ESK, February 5, 1893

    Letter from David W. Loring to ESK, February 11, 1893

    Letter from Bauer to ESK, March 19, 1893

    Letter from John Lamer to ESK

    Letter from J. Parrott to “My Dear Maestro”, April 7, 1893

    Portion of a letter to ESK, April 12, 1893

    Notes of ESK’s birthday, April 14, 1893

    Letter from H. T. Fincer? Of the St. Nicholas Magazine To ESK (includes receipt of payment for the music “Alladin”), August 20, 1893

    Flier in commemoration of the fiftieth Anniversary of Johann Strauss as conductor, October 15, 1894

    Article on ESK, The Bulletin: San Francisco, December 23, 1900

    List of members of The National Institute of Arts and Letters, 1901-1902?

    Letter from R. U. Johnson, secretary of the National Institute of Arts and Letters, May 14, 1904

    Folder 5: 1908 Correspondence

    Official document (In German) February? 10, 1908

    Letter from Debie Lynian Polin to JSK, May?, 1908

    Letter from Waldemar Meyer to ESK?, May 13, 1908

    Letter from Daniel S. Mason to ESK, July 30, 1908

    Letter from Ella Rosalia Smith to Mrs. Goldsmith and Margaret, August 13, 1908

    Letter from Hoatin Comlle? to ESK, September 28, 1908

    Letter from unknown to Edith, October 1, 1908

    Letters from Edith to JSK, October 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 9, and 11. 1908

    Letter from Edith to JSK, October 13, 1908

    Letter from Ella Rosalia Smith to ESK, October 15, 1908

    Letter from Edith to JSK, October 18, 1908

    Letter from Edith to JSk, October 19, 1908

    Letter from ESK to JSK, October 20, 1908

    Letter from C. G. Buch to ESK, October 29, 1908

    Letter from Edith to JSK, December 4, 1908; International money order, November 30, 1908

    Folder 6: 1909 Correspondence- Jan.-April

    Letter from Edith to JSK, January 1, 1909; Article titled “Madame Gadski Next Week”

    Letter from Gardie to Mrs. R?, n.d., Letter from Edith K Pielo Mary? To Mr. and Mrs. Gugg, January 3, 1909

    Letter from Edith to JSK, January 23, 1909

    Letter from HEK to his son and daughter (ESK and JSK?) January? 30, 1909

    Letter from Edith to JSK, February 1, 1909; Articles titled “Strauss’ Latest is Drowned in Music”, “German Art” by Hildebrand von Schweizerkaese, and “Clouds Rain Reptiles in Golden Gate Park”

    Letter from Daniel Sregory Mason to ESK, February 11, 1909

    Letter from HEK to his son and daughter (ESK and JSK?), February? 13, 1909

    Letter from Edith to JSK, February 15?, 1909; Program for a song recital by Caroline Halsted Little

    Letter from Grace Shalton to JSK, February 20, 1909

    Letter from Larvin and Co. to ESK, February? 25, 1909

    Letter from Edith to JSK, February 26, 1909

    Letter from Edith to JSK, February? 31, 1909

    Letter from Edith to JSK, March 2, 1909

    Letter from Edith to JSK, March 14, 1909

    Letter from “papa” to “Chrildren”, March 14, 1909; Letter from “papa” to Jessie, March 16, 1909, Letter from “papa” to Jeb, March 17, 1909

    Letter from Dot to “Mother Kelley”, March 21, 1909

    Letter from Edith to JSK, March 21, 1909

    Letter from Mabel W. Daniels to ESK and JSK, March 29, 1909; Advertisement “Songs by Mabel W. Daniels”; Program, March 26-27

    Letter from Edith to JSK, April 3, 1909; Article titled “Englishmen-- By George Ade”

    Letter from HEK to his son and daughter (ESK and JSK?), April 3, 1909

    Letter from Edith to JSK, April 8, 1909

    Letter from HEK to his son (ESK?), April 14, 1909

    Letter from “papa” to “Children”, April 17, 1909

    Letter from Edith to JSK, April 17, 1909

    Folder 7: 1909 Correspondence- May-Dec.

    Letter from Edith to JSK, May 1, 1909

    Letter from Allen A. Brown to ESK, May 5, 1909

    Letter from SHerman, Clay, and Co. to ESK, May 13, 1909

    Letter from Thomas? To ESK, May 15, 1909; handwritten sheet music, May 12, 1909; The American Music Society program, April 2, 1909; The American Music Society program, May 3, 1909;Colorado Springs Musical Club program, April 5, 1909

    Letter from Edith to JSK, May 16, 1909

    Letter from G. Schirmer to ESK, May 19, 1909

    Letter from Louise A. Boyd to ESK, May 19, 1909

    Letter from Raymond C. K. to JSK, May 22, 1909

    Letter from “papa” to “children”, May 28, 1909

    Letter from Herb (HEK?) to “My dear Sister and folks”, May 29, 1909; scenic photos

    Letter from Henry Braswell to ESK, June 9, 1909; Letter from David Bispham to ESK, October 8, 1909

    Letter from Edith to JSK, July 20, 1909; Letter from Elise Rosenboeker to unknown, 1909

    Letter from Edith to JSK, July 22, 1909

    Letter from Oscar Piaus to Dr. Altmann, September 4, 1909

    Letter from Henry Braswell to JSK, October, 1909

    Letter from ESK to unknown, October 24, 1909

    Letter from C. C. Birchard to ESK (includes a royalty statement for the sheet music “O Captain”, December 8, 1909

    Letter from Harry L. Vifford to ESK, December 14, 1909

    Letter from Virginia? To JSK, n.d.

    Letter from unknown to Ervin Lendvai, 1909

    Folder 8: 1914 in St. Louis

    Letter from Mrs. L. D. Frank to JSK, January 23, 1914

    Letter from Frederic Ayres to “Friends”, February 9, 1914?

    Letter from Jonny Polk Aosea? to ESK, April 1, 1914

    Letter from F. Moris Claus? To ESK, February 4, 1914

    Letter from ESK to JSK, April 12, 1914

    Letter from Th. Baker to ESK, February 17, 1914

    Letters from ESK to JSK, April 18 and 19, 1914

    Letter from R. U. Johnson to JSK, April 30, 1914

    Letter from unknown to JSK?, July 6, 1914

    List of Milestones, July 23, 1914; Letter from Fanny Fill? To JSK, July 21, 1914

    Folder 9: Letters from ESK to JSK, 1914

    Letter from ESK to JSK, March 8, 1914

    Letter from Hamburg-American Line to ESK, March 27, 1914

    Note from Mary Saus to unknown, June 1914; Ticket to Neues theater, May 7, 1914; Business card for Louis Winslow Austin; Business card for Waldemar Meyer

    Notes on an envelope by ESK?, n.d.

    Postcard from ESK to JSK, May 29, 1914; Postcard from SK to JSK, June 16, 1914

    Letter from Frank Patterson to ESK, June 4, 1914

    Letter from unknown to ESK, June 10, 1914

    Official German bank document, June 10, 1914

    Letter from ESK to JSK, June 12, 1914; Letter from ESK to JSK, June 10, 1914

    Letter from ESK? To JSK, June 13, 1914

    Letter from Fhihn? To unknown, June 18, 1914

    Letter from ESK to JSK, June 18, 1914

    Letter from ESK to JSK, June 27, 1914

    Letter from Mr. Thomas to ESK, June 29, 1914; Letter from Aana P. Layle to ESK, April 1914

    Letter from ESK to JSK, June 29, 1914

    Letter from ESK to JSK, June 30, 1914; Letter from ESK to JSK, August 31, 1914

    Letter from ESK to JSK, July 6, 1914; Letter from ESK to JSK, July 5, 1914

    Official German bank document, July 14, 1914

    Letter from ESK to JSK, n.d.; Fragments of notes by ESK?; Letter from ESK? To JSK?, July 18, 1914

    Letter from ESK? To JSK, August 2, 1914

    Letter from ESK to JSK, August 11, 1914

    Letter from ESK to JSK, August 13, 1914

    Letter from ESK to JSK, August, 1914?

    Letter from unknown, 1914

    Postcard photos of places in Germany?, n.d.

    Photo of ESK at the gate of the castle at Alderbury?, n.d.

    Postcard from unknown to ESK, 1914

    Three letters from ESK to JSK, n.d.

    Folder 10: 1914 Correspondence January-April

    Letter from Herbert to ESK, January 1, 1914

    Postcard from unknown, January 1, 1914

    Letter from unknown to JSK, January 6, 1914

    Letter from R. U. Johnson to ESK, January 7, 1914

    Letter from T. Baker to ESK, January 23, 1914

    Program from the Philharmonic Society of New York, January 24, 1914

    Letter from Herb to his sister, January 28, 1914

    Letter from Georgina Thomas to JSK, February 7, 1914

    Letter from Lizzie Brolt to ESK, February 12, 1914

    Letter from G. Schirmer to ESK, February 16, 1914

    The St. Cecilia Club newsletter mentioning a concert from February 26-27, 1914; Letter from Victor Harris to ESK, n.d.

    Letter from Otto Lobner to ESK?, March 5, 1914

    Letter from Alice Mattullath to ESK, March 9, 1914

    Letter from HEK to his son (ESK?), March 10, 1914

    Letter from Carl Stoeckel to ESK, March 12, 1914

    Letter from Herb? To ESK, March 23, 1914

    Letter from Otto Miessner to JSK, April 5, 1914

    Letter from ESK to JSK, April 7, 1914

    Letter from ESK to JSK, April 8, 1914

    Letter from JSK? To ESK?, April 8, 1914

    Letter from JSK to ESK, April 8, 1914

    Letter from ESK to JSK, April 9, 1914

    Letter from ESK to JSK, April 10, 1914

    Letter from Frank Patterson to ESK, April 11, 1914

    Letter from Tori T Noraly? To unknown, April 12, 1914

    Letter from ESK to JSK, April 14, 1914; Letter to ESK from the Musical Courier Company, April 13, 1914

    Letter from HEK to JSK, April 15, 1914

    Letter from H. H. H. H. H., n.d.; Letter from ESK to JSK?, April 19, 1914; Letter from H. H. H. H. to H. H., May 19, 1914

    Letter from HEK? to JSK, April 19, April 24, July 20, June 4, May 27, June 9, 1914

    Letter from ESK to JSK?, April 21, 1914; Letter from ESK to JSK, April 20, 1914; Postcard from unknown to ESK, April 20, 1914; Postcard from Reumert to ESK, April 21, 1914; Letter from ESK to JSK?, April 3, 1914

    Letter from unknown to unknown, April 23, 1914

    Letter from Ella May Smith to JSK, April 23, 1914

    Letter from ESK to JSK, April 24, 1914

    Letter from H. H. H. H. to JSK?, April 25, 1914; Letter from ESK? to JSK? May 2, 1914

    Letter from ESK to JSK, April 26, 1914

    Postcards from ESK to JSK, April 27, 1914

    Letter from ESK to JSK, April 28, 1914

    Letter from HEK to his son (ESK?), April 28, 1914

    Letter from unknown to JSK, April 29, 1914

    Letter from H.H.H.H.H… (JSK?) to ESK?, April 29, 1914

    Letter from H.H. (JSK?) to ESK?, April 30, 1914

    Folder 11: 1914 Correspondence May

    Letter from Alpha to unknown, May 1, 1914; Advertisement for a study abroad home in Berlin

    Letter from unknown to JSK?, May 2, 1914

    Letter from H.H.H.H.H.H. to unknown, May 5, 1914

    Letter from H.H.H.H.H. to unknown, May 6, 1914?

    Letter from E. D. D. (ESK?) to JSK?, May 7, 1914

    Letter from ESK to JSK?, May 7, 1914

    Letter from ESK to JSK< May 8, 1914

    Letter from ESK to JSK, May 8, 1914

    Letter from Luvieuce Maxwell to JSK, May 9, 1914

    Letter from ESK? To JSK?, May 10, 1914?

    Letter from Ella May Smith to JSK, May 11, 1914; Article titled “Will Play Composition of Edgar Stillman Kelley”; Letter from H.H.H.H.H (ESK?) to JSK?, May 6 and 13, 1914

    Letter from unknown to JSK, May 11, 1914; Letter from Marr Wuu? To ESK, May 10, 1914; Letter from ESK to JSK, n.d.; Letter from Weipmacy? to unknown, May 10, 1914

    Letter from ESK? To JSK, May 12, 1914; Letter from Leo Miller to ESK, May 3, 1914; Letter from Franz E. Willmann, May 11, 1914

    Letter from Paul Heinrich, Cfui Minn, and Julius Amos to JSK, May 13, 1914

    Letter from Alpha G. to ESK, May 13, 1914

    Letter from Heiwish Meyn to JSK, May 14, 1914

    Letter from ESK? To JSK?, May 14, 1914; Letter from ESK? To JSK?, n.d.

    Letter from Carl Stoeckel to “Friends”, May 16, 1914

    Letter from ESK to JSK, May 16?, 1914

    Letter from ESK to JSK, May 17, 1914

    Letter from D.D. to JSK, May 18, 1914

    Letter from ESK to JSK, May 19, 1914

    Letter from D.D. to JSK, May 19, 1914

    Letter from Jos Nrafina to ESK, May 20, 1914

    Letter from ESK? To JSK?, May 22, 1914

    Letter from unknown with newspaper clipping about Chicago, May 22, 1914

    Letter from Haulu Garland to ESK, May 22, 1914?

    Letter from Clara D. Ulaywell to ESK, n.d.

    Letter from Gwynn Holmes Thomas to ESK, May 23, 1914

    Letter from Herrn I. Friedmann to unknown, May 23, 1914; Letter from ESK to JSK, June 3, 1914?; Letter from unknown to ESK, May 30, 1914; Letter from ESK to JSK, April 26, 1914; Letter from Mit Hochachtung to ESK, June 2, 1914

    Letter from HEK to ESK, May 23, 1914; Letter from ESK? To JSK?, May 22, 1914

    Letter from ESK to JSK, May 21, 1914

    Letter from Tiggr Boalls to ESK, May 25, 1914

    Letter from Albert Stahl? To ESK, May 28, 1914

    Letter from ESK? To JSK, May 29, 1914

    Letter from G. H. Thomas to ESK, May 30, 1914; Letter from unknown to ESK, May 20, 1914; Letter from ESK to JSK, June 1, 1914

    Letter from DD (ESK?) to JSK, May 30, 1914

    Letter from ESK? To JSK?, May 31, 1914

    Folder 12: 1914 Correspondence- June

    Letter from Eavey to JSK, June 4, 1914

    Letter from Stahl to ESK, June 5, 1914

    Letter from Laun Alle? To JSK, n.d.

    Letter from ESK to JSK, June 7, 1914

    Letter from ESK to JSK, June 10, 1914

    Letter from ESK? To JSK?, June 10, 1914

    Letter from HEK to JSK, June 10, 1914

    Letter from Haulu Garland to ESK, June 16, 1914

    Letter from Frank L. Lelarle? to ESK, June 16, 1914; Letter from Natalie Clark to ESK, January 14, 1914; Letter from Natalie Clark to JSK, January 14, 1914

    Letter from Allen Brown to ESK, June 18, 1914

    Letter from ESK? To JSK?, June 19, 1914; Letter from the Musical Courier Company to JSK, June 11, 1914; Letter from JSK? To ESK?, June 17, 1914; Letter from JSK? to ESK?, June 20, 1914

    Letter from ESK to JSK, June 23, 1914

    Letter from ESK to JSK, June 24, 1914

    Letter from ESK? To JSK?, June 24, 1914

    Letter from ESK? To JSK?, June 24, 1914

    Letter from Gertrude to JSK, June 28, 1914; Newspaper article about ESK attending a gathering, Newspaper article titled “A Berlin Reception for Edgar Stillman Kelley”, June 20, 1914

    Folder 13: 1914 Correspondence July

    Letter from ESK to JSK, July 1, 1914

    Letter from Allen ct. Brown to JSK, July 1, 1914

    Letter from ESK to JSK, July 3, 1914

    Letter from Schmenger to JSK, July 7, 1914; Letter from ESK? to JSK?, July 9, 1914

    Letter from HEK? To ESK and JSK, July 8, 1914

    Letter from Ella May Smith to JSK, July 9, 1914; Letter from JSK to ESK?, July 27, 1914

    Letter from unknown to JSK, July 10, 1914

    Letter from Ernest M. Skinner to Ella May Smith, July 10, 1914

    Letter from ESK to JSK, July 10, 1914

    Letter from July 11, 1914; Letter from Miessue to JSK, July 5, 1914; Letter from JSK to ESK, July 11, 1914; Article a Festival of the MacDowell Memorial Association at Peterborough, The Cincinnati Times-Star

    Letter from ESK to JSK, July 11, 1914

    Letter from ESK to JSK, July 13, 1914; Letter from unknown to JSK, July 12, 1914

    Letter from ESK? To JSK?, July 14, 1914

    Letter from H.H.H.H.H. to unknown, July 17, 1914

    Letter from ESK to JSK, July 17, 1914

    Letter from Hochachtungsvoll? to ESK, July 21, 1914

    Letter from ESK to JSK, July 22, 1914

    Letter from ESK to JSK, July 23, 1914

    Letter from ESK? To JSK?, July 23, 1914; Letter to Bertha, n.d.

    Letter from ESK to JSK, July 25, 1914

    Letter from unknown to ESK, July 25, 1914; Partial letter from ESK to JSK, n.d.; Letter from unknown to JSK, July 28, 1914?; Telegraph from ESK to JSK, n.d.

    Letter from D.D. (ESK?) to JSK, July 26, 1914

    Letter from ESK to JSK, July 29, 1914

    Letter from ESK to JSK, July 31, 1914

    Folder 14: 1914 Correspondence- August

    Letter from ESK to JSK, August 1, 1914

    Letter from unknown (Maybe ESK or HEK?) to JSK, August 3, 1914?

    Letter from ESK to JSK, August 4, 1914

    Letter from H.H.H.H.H. to JSK?, August 4, 1914

    Letter from unknown to JSK, August 5, 1914

    Letter from ESK to JSK, August 6, 1914

    Postcard from D.D. (ESK?) to JSK, written July 24, 1914, postmarked August 6, 1914

    Postcard from ESK to JSK, August 7?, 1914

    Letter from ESK to JSK, August 7, 1914

    Letter from ESK to JSK, August 7, 1914

    Letter from ESK to JSK, August 7, 1914

    Telegram from ESK to Mrs. Emery Mariemonte, August 8, 1914

    Letter from H.H.H.H. to JSK?, August 8, 1914

    Letter from D.D. (ESK?) t JSK, August 8, 1914; Letter from ESK? to JSK?, August 9, 1914

    Two letters from JSK to ESK, August 9, 1914; Letter from Seorma? Holmes Thomas to ESK, August 4, 1914; Ticket for the Memorial Theater, August 15, 1914; Letter from H.H.H.H.H. to unknown, n.d.; Letter from H.H.H. (JSK?) to ESK?, July 27, 1914; Letter from Thomas to ESK, August 6, 1914

    Letter from ESK to JSK, August 10, 1914; Letter from ESK to JSK, n.d.

    Letter from H.H.H.H.H. to ESK?, August 10, 1914

    Letter from August 12, 1914

    Letter from ESK to JSK, August 14, 1914

    Letter from H.H. (JSK?) to ESK?, August 15, 1914

    Letter from ESK? To JSK, August 16, 1914

    Letter from Roland Hoef to JSK, August 16, 1914

    Letter from frank Patterson to JSK, August 17, 1914

    Receipt from Brown, Shipley & Co. for one month worth of mailing services, August 18, 1914

    Letter from ESK to JSK, August 20, 1914 (Postmarked August 31)

    Form filled out by ESK concerning his boat home, August 22, 1914

    Letter from unknown (ESK?) to JSK, n.d.

    Letter from ESK? to JSK, August 23, 1914

    Letter from HEK to JSK, August 29, 1914; Letter from H.H.H. to ESK, August 13, 1914

    Folder 15: 1914 Correspondence Sept.-Dec.

    Letter from Ella May Smith to JSK, September 5, 1914; Letter from Carl Fischer to Ella May Smith

    Letter from Edgar Richmond to ESK, September 10, 1914

    Letter from Ella May Smith to JSK, September 11, 1914

    Letter from Ernest H. Abbott to ESK, September 14, 1914

    Letter from Henry Wood to ESK?, September 17, 1914

    Letter from Marie Burkhart to ESK, September 19, 1914

    Letter from Carlo Friches to ESK, September 23, 1914

    Letter from Ernest H. Abbott to ESK, October 5, 1914

    Letter from Steillip Codim to JSK, October 6, 1914

    Letter from Bui I. Wheeler to ESK, October 7, 1914

    Letter from S. R. Loundry to ESK, October 11, 1914

    Letter from Carl Stoeckel to ESK, October 12, 1914

    Letter from the Edward Mac Dowell Memorial Association to JSK, October 24, 1914

    Flier for a vocal recital by Feilding Roselle, November 11, 1914

    Letter from Henry Hadley to Ella May Smith, November 24, 1914

    Statement from The Willis Music Co. for JSK, December 1, 1914; Statement from G. M. Adams & Co. for JSK, June-December, 1914; Statement from the Losanti Hospital for ESK, December 11, 1914; Statement from Geo. B. Jenning, Dealer and Importer of Music and Music Books, for JSK, December 1, 1914

    Letter from A.W. Lilieuthat to ESK, December 2, 1914

    Letter from Wallington Riegger to ESK, December 11, 1914

    Letter from unknown to ESK, December 13, 1914

    Letter from SK to JSK, December 21, 1914

    Letter from ESK to JSK, December 22, 1914

    Shipping order receipt, December 23, 1914

    Letter from N. C. Chairfield-Layhn to ESK, December 27, 1914

    Statement from The Ebbert & Richard Co. for ESK (And The Stillman Kelley Publication Society), December 29, 1914

    Telegraph from Leopold Godowsky to JSK, December 29, 1914

    Telegram from R. S. Waldron to ESK, December 30, 1914

    Letter from H.H.H.H.H… (JSK?) to ESK?, n.d.

    Letter from H.H. (JSK?) to ESK?, n.d.

    Letter from Dot to “Mother Kelley”, n.d.

    Letter from Arthur Toote to JSK, n.d.

    Letter from W.S. to JSK, n.d. (~January 1915?)

    Letter from G. Holmes-Thomas to ESK, n.d.

    Letter from Masha Remuest to ESK, n.d.

    Letter from ESK (D.D.) to H.H.H.H.H… (JSK?), n.d.

    Partial letters from ESK, n.d.

    Letter from unknow, n.d.

    Telegram form, n.d.

    Letter from D.D. (ESK?) to JSK?, n.d.

    Letter from unknown to JSK, n.d.

    Letter from ESK to JSK, date reads “30 juilet, 1914”

    Letter from H.H.H.H.H. (JSK?) to unknown (ESK?), n.d.

    Sketch of a cover for the New England Symphony?, n.d.

    Letter from ESK? To JSK, n.d.

    Letter from ESK? To JSK?, n.d.

    Folder 16: 1915 Correspondence

    Letter from Carl Stoeckel to ESK, January 7, 1915

    Letter from R. S. Wildron? (Vice-President of the Art Publication Society) to ESK, January 9, 1915

    Letter from R. S. Wildron? (Vice-President of the Art Publication Society) to ESK, January 14, 1915

    Letter from R. S. Wildron (Vice-President of the Art Publication Society) to ESK, January 18, 1915

    Letter from Ernest H. Abbott to ESK, March 2, 1915

    Letter from Charlie Codwan to ESK, March 3, 1915

    Letter from Mary Elizabeth Boyle to JSK, March 10, 1915

    Letter from Ernest R. Kroger to ESK, March 16, 1915

    Letter from E. Brooks, March, 1915

    Letter from Eva Perry Moore to ESK, April 19, 1915

    Letter from Helen Hinkle to ESK, n.d.

    Letter from Amelia Damham? to ESK, April 21, 1915

    Letter from Cher J Linigood? To ESK, April 22, 1915

    Telegraph from Lily Foster Livingood to ESK, April 24, 1915

    Telegraph from Edith to unknown, n.d.

    Letter from Louis Victor Laas, April 28, 1915

    Letter from the Art Publication Society to ESK, April 28, 1915

    Letter from ESK? To JSK?, May 3, 1915?

    3 letters in German with unknown dates and authors, 1 letter to JSK, May 6, 1915?

    Letter from Beute Schellc Luill to unknown, May 17, 1915

    Letter from unknown to ESK, May 20, 1915

    Statement of Royalties from July 1, 1915 to December 31, 1915 from G. Schirmer (Inc.)

    Letter from unknown to ESK, August 27, 1915

    Letter from Edith Masoh to JSK, September 13, 1915

    Letter from Edward Burlin Hill to ESK, November 28, 1915

    Christmas card from Mr. and Mrs. Frank A. Seiberling, December 25, 1915

    Letter from Glenn Dillard Gunn to ESK, n.d.

    Letter from Helen Pauline Tedaus to JSK, n.d.

    Letter from Harriet C. Roth to JSK, June 18, 1915

    Letter from the Art Publication Society to JSK, July 1, 1915

    Letter from ESK? To JSK?, August 14, 1915

    Letter from Sweey? to ESK, August 16, 1915

    Letter from Thowald Sollerg, Register of Copyrights, to ESK regarding the New England Second Symphony, September 13, 1915

    Letter from Glenn Dillard Gunn to Ella M. Smith, August 21, 1915, Letter from Ella May Smith to JSK, n.d.

    Letter from Milys Hale to ESK, September 1915

    Letter from Liam Le Euey? To ESK, September 17, 1915

    Letter from Heinnsch Meyn to JSK, September 29, 1915

    Letter from Ella May Smith to JSK, November 11, 1915

    Letter from unknown to JSK, December 14, 1915

    Letter from Edith to JSK, December 20, 1915

    Letter from Latter? to unknown, n.d.

    Letter from ESK to Godovsky?, 1915?

    Letter from Leopold Godowsky to ESK, n.d.

    Letter from ESK to JSK, n.d.

    Letter from ESK to JSK, n.d.

    Letter from H. H. H. H. H. to Mrs. Eveay?, n.d., Letter from unknown to Ricks, n.d.

    Letter from unknown to unknown, n.d.

    Folder #17: Undated Correspondence 1

    Postcard from unknown to unknown, July 22, no year

    “Development of Music in Ohio, A Historical Sketch”, by May Herbell

    Analysis of Symphony in B minor (Schnhert)

    Letter from ESK to JSK, n.d.

    Letter from Dot to ESK and JSK, n.d.

    Letter from Edith to JSK, January 18,1900?

    Letter from Edith to JSK, n.d.

    Letter from Florence to JSK, n.d.

    Program titled “Satzungen der Franz Liszt-Gesellschaft”

    Letter from Helen Love? To JSK, n.d.

    Letter from ESK to JSK, n.d.

    2 postcards with notes made by ESK?, n.d.

    2 postcard photos

    Letter from ESK to JSK, n.d.

    Letter from Harriet R. Rich to JSK, n.d.

    Letter from JSK to ESK?, August 28, no year

    Letter from Mary Lenston? To ESK, n.d.

    Letter from ESK to JSK, n.d.

    Folder 18: Undated Correspondence 2

    Letter from D.D. (ESK?) to JSK, May 22, no year

    Letter from ESK to JSK, May 24, no year

    Letter from ESK to JSK, May 26, no year

    Letter from ESK to JSK, May 23, no year

    Letter from unknown (ESK?) to unknown (JSK?), n.d.

    Letter from ESK to R.S. Waldron, n.d.

    Letter from ESK to JSK?, n.d.

    Letter from Florence Curtis Knox to Miss Pillsbury, January 21, no year

    Letter from Florence to JSK, November 22, no year

    Letter from Florence to Edith, n.d.

    Letter from Edith to unknown, n.d.

    Letter from Virginia to Mary Mirks?, n.d.

    Letter from Virginia to JSK, May 2, no year

    Letter from Aff. E. J. Boult? To JSK, n.d.

    Letter from Virginia to JSK, n.d.

    Postcard from Freitz Becker to JSK, n.d.

    Letter from Georgine Thomas to JSK, n.d.

    Letter from ESK to JSK, June 4, no year

    Letter from Lizzie Briall to ESK, June 6, no year

    Postcard from ESK to JSK, n.d.

    Official document in German for ESK, June 6, no year

    Letter from Cehahaus Chifton? To JSK, n.d.

    Letter from Lucile Wilkins to JSK, September 8, no year

  • Conditions Governing Access

    Materials do not circulate and are made available to users in the Western College Memorial Archives, Oxford, Ohio.

  • Conditions Governing Use

    Researchers are requested to cite Miami University, Western College Memorial Archives when using materials for publication purposes.

  • Preferred Citation

    Cite: Edgar Stillman Kelley Collection, Western College Memorial Archives, Miami University, Oxford, Ohio.

  • Existence and Location of Originals

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  • Other Descriptive Information

    http://westernarchives.lib.muohio.edu/show_content.php?unique_id=27

  • Biographical or Historical Information

    Edgar Stillman Kelley was a distinguished American composer of the early 20th century. A pianist, conductor, scholar, teacher, lecturer and author he captured the hearts and minds of audiences and critics around the world. Born in 1857 in Sparta, Wisconsin, he was surrounded by music, art and literature. His mother was an accomplished musician who gave Edgar his first piano lessons and inspired Edgar to pursue a professional career in music. He received formal lessons from noted musicians and was given opportunities to perform with recognized orchestras. In 1874, he moved to Chicago where he studied piano with the Director of the Chicago Conservatory of Music. He went to Germany in 1876 where he entered the Stuttgart Conservatory. There Kelley studied with instructors of international renown and in 1883 earned national attention when he performed his "Macbeth" overture in Chicago.

    During his career Kelley worked as an interim conductor of a light opera company, a church organist, a music critic for the San Francisco Examiner, a lecturer at New York University, a teacher at the New York College of Music and an interim professor and conductor at Yale University. In 1891, he married Jessie Gregg, who would play a role in his success. An accomplished pianist and singer, she continued to perform but sacrificed much of her career to promote her husband's. He received notable acclaim for his composition "Aladdin Suite," based on his study of Chinese music in San Franciso in 1894, and in 1899 composed music for a dramatization of the Lew Wallace novel Ben Hur.

    When friends in Prague and Berlin persuaded the Kelley's to launch careers in Europe, they moved to Germany for eight years. In 1910 they left Berlin to accept positions at Western College for Women in Oxford, Ohio, where Jessie served as director of music theory and Edgar held the first resident fellowship for creative work ever given by an American college. His national reputation helped recruit students to the college where Kelley was able to devote himself exclusively to creative work. Kelley composed music for the Western College alma mater and continued work with orchestras, publishing companies, and conservatories. He published Chopin the Composer in 1913 and conducted the first performance of his "New England Symphony" at the Norfolk (Connecticut) Festival of Music that same year. A special train transported the entire Western student body to Cincinnati when the work was performed by the Cincinnati Orchestra.

    While Jessie continued as an associate professor at Western, they both served on the faculty of the Cincinnati Conservatory of Music at the same time. In 1914 Jessie lectured, and Edgar performed in Germany at the invitation of the Duke of Saxe-Altenburg for the Liszt Society Festival. The couple was so highly regarded at Western College that the Class of 1916 spearheaded a campaign to build them a studio cottage on the campus where they could live and compose music. Where there, he composed among others, "Pilgrims Progress" and "The Pit and the Pendulum." In 1931 Western's Presser Hall was dedicated, and its auditorium was named in their honor. In addition, honorary degrees were conferred upon Edgar by the University of Cincinnati, on Jessie by Western College for Women, and on both of them by Miami University.

    After twenty-four years in Oxford, the couple moved to New York, where they continued conducting and performing, but they returned each year to visit Western College. Edgar continued to compose music and collaborate with musicians. His symphony, "Gulliver in Lilliput," was first presented in Cincinnati in 1937 and performed on radio by the NBC Symphony Orchestra in honor of Kelley's eightieth birthday. When Edgar Kelley died in 1944 at the age of eighty-seven, the New York Times called him "Dean of Music Composers."

  • Related Materials

    http://staff.lib.muohio.edu/westernarchives/kelley/

  • Scope and Contents

    The collection consists of materials related to Edgar Stillman Kelley and his wife Jessie's personal and professional careers. They include scores, music, compositions, correspondence, monographs, manuscripts, awards, recordings, pamphlets, postcards, programs, photographs and compact discs.

  • Processing Information

    Collection processed by Western Archives staff.

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