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A Nocturne : [manuscript vocal score]

Item is a manuscript of Edith J. Archibald's song for solo voice and piano in F Major entitled "A Nocturne," including the score and a separate typed sheet with the poem in English and French, also written by Archibald.

Archibald, Edith Jessie

Academic publications and manuscripts

Series contains literary manuscripts, academic offprints, and periodical publications written by John Daniel Logan as part of his work on poetry, philosophy, literary criticism, and literary history.

All things die not

File contains a copy of "The Monthly South Dakotan," Vol. 8, no. 9, which includes a publication of Logan's poem "All Things Die Not."

American prose style

File contains a copy of "The Atlantic Monthly" which includes a copy of Logan's article, "American Prose Style."

Autograph of Alma Gluck

File contains an autograph by the soprano Alma Gluck (1884-1938) of the Metropolitan Opera Company, signed on stationary from the King Edward Hotel in Toronto. Gluck was part of the Metropolitan Opera Company from 1909 to 1913.

Autograph of Amelita Galli-Curci

File contains an autographed program for a concert by the Italian coloratura soprano Amelita Galli-Curci. In addition to her signature, there are several annotations in pencil for each piece on the program by J.D. Logan.

Autograph of F.H. Torrington

File contains a booklet entitled "Tributes to F.H. Torrington," signed by Frederick Herbert Torrington (founder and conductor of various Toronto festivals, orchestras, choruses, and the Toronto College of Music). The booklet contains reprints of newspaper articles written about Torrington, a list of festivals in Toronto directed by Torrington, and a partial list of works performed in Toronto under his direction.

Autograph of Frederick Stock

File contains an autographed program by Frederick Stock, the conductor of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra. The program is for a concert given by the Chicago Symphony Orchestra at the Pabst Theatre in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, presented by the Milwaukee Orchestral Association. The program contains annotations in pencil by J.D. Logan.

Autograph of Frieda Hempel

File contains an autographed program by the soprano Frieda Hempel. The program is for a concert that she gave with the Harvard Glee Club, conducted by Dr. Archibald T. Davison. The program includes pencil annotations by J.D. Logan. File also contains Logan's ticket stub from the concert.

Autograph of Fritz Kreisler

File contains an autographed program by the violinist Fritz Kreisler. The program is from a concert he gave at the Pabst Theatre in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, sponsored by the Marion Andrews Concert Bureau. He was accompanied by Carl Lamson. The file also includes J.D. Logan's ticket stub from the concert.

Autograph of John McCormack

File contains an autographed program by the tenor John McCormack. The program is from a recital McCormack gave at the Milwaukee Auditorium, accompanied by Lauri Kennedy (cello) and Edwin Schneider (piano). The program is annotated in pencil by J.D. Logan. The file also includes Logan's ticket stub from the concert.

Autograph of Leo Slezak

File contains the autograph of the tenor Leo Slezak of the Metropolitan Opera Company, signed on a piece of letterhead from the Toronto Symphony Orchestra.

Autograph of Leopold Stokowski

File contains an autographed program by Leopold Stokowski, the conductor of the Philadelphia Orchestra. The program is for a concert given by the Philadelphia Orchestra at the Milwaukee Auditorium. File also contains J.D. Logan's ticket stub from the concert.

Autograph of Louis Moreau Gottschalk

File contains an autograph of the American composer and pianist Louis Moreau Gottschalk, addressed to Mr. L.J. List(?). Included on the page are three measures of monophonic music in G minor. This autograph would have been purchased or given to John Daniel Logan as a gift.

Autograph of Marie Rôze Mapleson

File contains the autograph of the French operatic soprano Marie Rôze Mapleson (1846-1926). The autograph is accompanied by two short lines of monophonic music. John Daniel Logan purchased the autograph for $100.

Autograph of Mischa Elman

File contains an autographed program for a concert sponsored by the Halifax Community Concert Association at Capitol Theatre. Mischa Elman was accompanied by Carroll Hollister on the piano.

Autographed photograph of Clara Butt-Rumford

File contains an autographed photograph of Clara Butt Rumford (1872-1936), an English contralto. She toured with her husband, Kennerley Rumford throughout Europe and America. This photograph was likely attained by John Daniel Logan during their extended world tour (1912-1914), which encompassed Canada, the United States, and Australia.

Autographed photograph of Frank E. Blachford

File contains an autographed photograph of the Canadian violinist, teacher, conductor, and composer Frank Edward Blachford (1879-1957) addressed to Dr. J.D. Logan in appreciation of his writing on music in Toronto.

Autographed photographs of W.O. Forsyth

File contains two photographs of the Canadian composer, teacher, and writer W.O. (Wesley Octavius) Forsyth, one of which is autographed for Dr. J.D. Logan.

Forsyth, W. O. (Wesley Octavius)

Autographs

Subseries contains autographs of musicians, some of which are on concert programs. These concert programs also frequently contain annotations by J.D. Logan about the music performed. Most of the autographs would have been obtained from the musician directly by John Daniel Logan, with the exception of the autograph of the American pianist and composer Louis Morceau Gottschalk (1829-1869) and that of the French operatic soprano Marie Rôze Mapleson (1846-1926).

Autographs and photographs of musicians and actors

Series contains autographs, autograph letters, and autographed photographs. The letters were purchased by John Daniel Logan and were predominantly written by composers, including Giuseppe Verdi and Jacques Offenbach. Many of the autographs are signed on concert programs, presumably from concerts that Logan attended. The photographs are of musicians and actors, including several of the English actor Johnston Forbes-Robertson, and were sent to or obtained by Logan for his personal collection and in his capacity as a music critic and journalist.

Autographs of Clara Butt-Rumford and R. Kennerley Rumford

File contains the autographs for the Rumfords on a piece of stationary paper from Hotel Vancouver. Clara Butt-Rumford (1872-1936) was an English contralto and Kennerley Rumford (1870-1957) was an English baritone. They toured together throughout Europe and America following their marriage in 1900. This autograph was likely attained during their extended world tour (1912-1914), which encompassed Canada, the United States, and Australia.

Autographs of Mark Hambourg and Boris Hambourg

File contains the autographs of two brothers, Russian pianist Mark Hambourg and the Russian cellist Boris Hambourg, addressed to Dr. J.D. Logan on behalf of the Colonel W.E. Thompson Library of Music and Musical Literature at Dalhousie University. Each of the Hambourg's signatures are accompanied by short musical incipits. The autographs are dated March 5, 1925 in Toronto, Ontario.

Autographs of the Hambourg Trio

File contains an autographed program by the Hambourg Trio (Geza de Kresz, violin; Reginald Stewart, piano; and Boris Hambourg, cello). The program is from a recital at Pythian Castle, Saint Join, New Brunswick. File also contains J.D. Logan's 1909-1910 season pass for the Massey Music Hall in Toronto, Ontario.

Britain calls : [lyrics]

File contains a newspaper clipping and letters to Edith J. Archibald concerning her song "Britain Calls," which was written for the Royal Canadian Regiment during World War One. The newspaper clipping includes the text, but not the music, of the song. The letters are from G.A. LeCain, Lieutenant-Colonel of the Commanding 25th Battalion; George Murray, Provincial Secretary; and Evelyn Starr, professional violinist of New York City. An inscription by Edith J. Archibald at the top of the letters reads, "This song, dedicated to the Royal Canadian Regt. has made their 'marchpost' and I am told by an officer of that Regt. that is was played and sung daily during the war. He himself said it had keeped [sic] the men when on the tramp, 'over many a weary mile.'"

Archibald, Edith Jessie

Canadian music and theatre programs

Subseries contains programs from concerts that John Daniel Logan attended in Canada, excluding Nova Scotia, predominantly at venues in Toronto and Montreal. Many of the programs include annotations by Logan.
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