Boston (Mass.)

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42.3601, -71.0589 Map of Boston (Mass.)

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"XYZ" correspondence

File contains an alphabetical file of correspondence between Himmelman Supply Company and correspondents with names beginning with X, Y, or Z. Correspondents include the Yarmouth-Boston Freight Service, James. N. Young, Young's Marine Electronic Service, and Zwicker and Company.

Correspondence from Edna F. Anderson

File contains a letter from Edna F. Anderson of the Boston Symphony Ensemble to John Daniel Logan concerning booking concerts in Yarmouth, Saint John, Moncton, Charlottetown, Sackville, Truro, Halifax, Wolfville, and Annapolis Royal. In her letter she included the proposed programs for two Halifax concerts. The folder also includes biographical information about the ensemble, its conductor Augusto Vannini, and their Canadian tour, as well as several programs for concerts by the Boston Symphony Ensemble.

Correspondence regarding "The Drama of the Oceans"

File contains correspondence with Pilkington Bros. Ltd., Princeton University Press, Alessandro Olschki, Claire McDonald, Sheila Martin, Boston Museum of Fine Arts, N. B. Marshall, Tom Mahnken, The Metropolitan Museum, Harry N. Abrams, Cyril Glasse, Judith Munns, Brian J. Rothschild, Donna D. Schwartz, A. M. Kennedy, Kjel Sandved, Srpoka Knizevna Zadruga, Flip Schulke, Professor Vigneaux, John Sylvester, Jack Drafahl, Deirdre Silberstein. Most of the correspondence relates to clearing pictures for inclusion in Elisabeth Mann Borgese's "The Drama of the Oceans."

In the forest : four piano compositions, Op. 12

File contains copies of each of the four compositions: "Titania's Waltz"'; "Weeping Willows"; "In the Rushes"; and "Soughing Pines." The work was dedicated to Paolo Gallico (1868–1955). Each piece bears an inscription to Ellen Ballon, Goldmark's student in 1909. The pieces were published by the Oliver Ditson Company in Boston in 1908.

Goldmark, Rubin

In the rushes, Op. 12, no. 3

Item contains the third piece in Rubin Goldmark's composition "In the Forest: Four Piano Compositions." This piece is dedicated to Paolo Gallico.

Photographs of Louise Edvina Edwardes

File contains an autographed photograph of the Montreal-born opera singer Louise Edvina Edwardes (nee Martin), known by her stage name "Madame Edvina." File also contains a print of Louise Edvina in costume from the opera "Tosca" by Giacomo Puccini. Logan's notes on the reverse side of the print and at the bottom of the photograph indicate that she was known for her creation of the title role of Louise in an opera by Gustave Charpentier.

Positive letters on The Leaving to Budge Wilson

File contains copies of letters from Joel Taxel, editor of "The New Advocate," and Allyn M. Johnston, senior editor of Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, Publishers, to Paul Wiseman, executive editor of Philomel Books.

Program from the St. James Theatre

File contains two copies of a program for a concert by the People's Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Emil Mollenhauer with Stuart Mason, assistant conductor. The program notes were written by Warren Storey Smith.

Programs from the Symphony Hall

File contains three season programs and one season poster for concerts by the Boston Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Pierre Monteux. The file also includes John Daniel Logan's ticket stub from one of the performances and an annotated newspaper clipping of a review by Philip Hale on one of the Symphony's performances. One of the programs is for a concert given for the Handel and Haydn Society Centenary (1815-1915) at the Symphony Hall in Boston, Massachusetts; the program includes extensive historical notes on the Society.

Soughing pines, Op. 12, no. 4

Item contains the fourth piece in Rubin Goldmark's composition "In the Forest: Four Piano Compositions." This piece is dedicated to Paolo Gallico.

Souvenir program from the Arlington Theatre

File contains a program from a production of the comic opera "Robin Hood" by Harry B. Smith and Reginald de Koven, presented by the Boston Opera Company at the Arlington Theatre in Boston, Massachusetts.

Titania's waltz, Op. 12, no. 1

Item contains the first piece in Rubin Goldmark's composition "In the Forest: Four Piano Compositions." This piece is dedicated to Paolo Gallico.

Weeping willows, Op. 12, no. 2

Item contains the second piece in Rubin Goldmark's composition "In the Forest: Four Piano Compositions." This piece is dedicated to Paolo Gallico.