Early Years

  • Ledger book, 1914. ASCAP Foundation Collection, Music Division, Library of Congress (001.00.00)
    [Digital ID # as0001]
  • First check from publisher, [1914]. ASCAP Foundation Collection, Music Division, Library of Congress (003.00.00)
    [Digital ID # as0003]
  • Dinner Given by The American Society of Composers, Authors, and Publishers in Honor of its President and Counsel Mr. George Maxwell and Mr. Nathan Burkan, Lüchows. Nov. 27, 1914. Photograph, 1914. ASCAP Foundation Collection, Music Division, Library of Congress (004.00.00)
    [Digital ID # as0004]
  • National Broadcasting Company radio agreement, 1932. ASCAP Foundation Collection, Music Division, Library of Congress (005.00.00)
    [Digital ID # as0005]
  • Framed collage created for ASCAP Office, ca. 1980. ASCAP Foundation Collection, Music Division, Library of Congress (006.00.00)
    [Digital ID # as0006]
  • Studio portrait of Joseph Deems Taylor, ca. 1950. ASCAP Foundation Collection, Music Division, Library of Congress (008.00.00)
    [Digital ID # as0008]
  • ASCAP's Cavalcade of Music 25th Anniversary Celebration. Photograph, 1940. ASCAP Foundation Collection, Music Division, Library of Congress (043.00.00)
    [Digital ID # as0043]
  • Policies of American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers. Washington, D.C.: United States Government Printing Office, 1958. ASCAP Foundation Collection, Music Division, Library of Congress (012.00.00)
    [Digital ID # as0012]

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Award Winners

  • Duke Ellington. ASCAP Award Winners: Duke Ellington. Album cover, ca. 1963. ASCAP Foundation Collection, Music Division, Library of Congress (007.00.00)
    [Digital ID # as0007]
  • Academy Award Oscar© for Best Song. ASCAP Foundation Collection, Music Division, Library of Congress (015.00.00)
    [Digital ID # as0015]
  • Alan Bergman, Marilyn Bergman, and Marvin Hamlisch at the Academy Awards ceremony, 1974. Photograph. ASCAP Foundation Collection, Music Division, Library of Congress (018.00.00)
    [Digital ID # as0018]
  • Alan and Marilyn Bergman. "The Way We Were." Holograph lyrics, 1973. ASCAP Foundation Collection, Music Division, Library of Congress (016.00.00, 016.00.01)
    [Digital ID # as0016, as0016p1]
  • Marvin Hamlisch, Alan Bergman, and Marilyn Bergman. "The Way We Were." Published piano-vocal score, autographed by Alan and Marilyn Bergman. New York: Colgems Music Corp., 1973. ASCAP Foundation Collection, Music Division, Library of Congress (017.00.00)
    [Digital ID # as0017]
  • Hal David. “Raindrops Keep Fallin’ on my Head.” Holograph lyrics, ca. 1969. ASCAP Foundation Collection, Music Division, Library of Congress (024.00.00)
    [Digital ID # as0024]
  • Photograph of Hal David, ca. 1995. ASCAP Foundation Collection, Music Division, Library of Congress (025.00.00)
    [Digital ID # as0025]
  • Tito Puente and Celia Cruz, ca. 1992. Reproduction. ASCAP Foundation Collection, Music Division, Library of Congress (044.00.00)
    [Digital ID # as0044]

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Composers

  • Photograph of Aaron Copland at the conducting podium, ca. 1980. Aaron Copland Collection, Music Division, Library of Congress (009.00.00)
    [Digital ID # as0009]
  • Check from ASCAP to Aaron Copland. Aaron Copland Collection, Music Division, Library of Congress (010.00.00)
    [Digital ID # as0010]
  • Writer Performance Record, 1987–1988. Aaron Copland Collection, Music Division, Library of Congress (011.00.00)
    [Digital ID # as0011]
  • Photographic proof, ca. 1982. ASCAP Foundation Collection, Music Division, Library of Congress (026.00.00)
    [Digital ID # as0026]
  • Studio portrait of Henry Mancini and the Pink Panther for the Cincinnati Pops recording of Mancini's Greatest Hits. Photograph, 1989. ASCAP Foundation Collection, Music Division, Library of Congress (023.00.00)
    [Digital ID # as0023]
  • Henry Mancini. Theme from The Pink Panther. Holograph full score, ca. 1963. ASCAP Foundation Collection, Music Division, Library of Congress (021.00.00)
    [Digital ID # as0021]
  • The Pink Panther: Music from the Film Score Composed and Conducted by Henry Mancini. Album cover. New York: RCA Victor, ca. 1964. ASCAP Foundation Collection, Music Division, Library of Congress (022.00.00)
    [Digital ID # as0022]

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Rhythm and Blues

  • Conductor's short-score of "Medley Chaser: Ain't No Mountain," autographed by the composers/lyricists. ASCAP Foundation Collection, Music Division, Library of Congress (035.00.00)
    [Digital ID # as0035]
  • A studio portrait of Nickolas Ashford and Valerie Simpson, ca. 1998. ASCAP Foundation Collection, Music Division, Library of Congress (034.00.00)
    [Digital ID # as0034]
  • 2009 ASCAP 22nd Annual Rhythm & Soul Music Awards. Program book, 2009. ASCAP Foundation Collection, Music Division, Library of Congress (029.00.00)
    [Digital ID # as0029]

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Television and Stage

  • Dan Foliart and Howard Pearl. "Roseanne Barr Theme." Original manuscript score, 1988. ASCAP Foundation Collection, Music Division, Library of Congress (036.00.00)
    [Digital ID # as0036]
  • em>Roseanne. "Crime and Punishment, Part II, Show # 614." Shooting script, 1992. ASCAP Foundation Collection, Music Division, Library of Congress (037.00.00)
    [Digital ID # as0037]
  • Paul Williams with the Muppets, 1976. Photograph. ASCAP Foundation Collection, Music Division (019.00.00)
    [Digital ID # as0019]
  • Paul Williams. "The Rainbow Connection." Holograph draft of lyrics, 1979. ASCAP Foundation Collection, Music Division, Library of Congress (020.00.00)
    [Digital ID # as0020]
  • Paul Williams testifying before the United States Congress, March 15, 2012. Reproduction. ASCAP Foundation Collection, Music Division, Library of Congress (013.00.00)
    [Digital ID # as0013]
  • Stephen Schwartz. Wicked. Piano-vocal score, 2003. ASCAP Foundation Collection, Music Division, Library of Congress (030.00.00)
    [Digital ID # as0030]
  • Stephen Schwartz. "End of Show" from Wicked. Holograph piano-vocal score, 2003. ASCAP Foundation Collection, Music Division, Library of Congress (031.00.00)
    [Digital ID # as0031]
  • Adam Guettel and Stephen Schwartz, n.d. Reproduction. ASCAP Foundation Collection, Music Division, Library of Congress (032.00.00)
    [Digital ID # as0032]

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Country and Wester

  • ASCAP Celebrates Garth Brooks on Capitol Hill. Program, 2002. ASCAP Foundation Collection, Music Division, Library of Congress (028.00.00)
    [Digital ID # as0028]
  • Garth Brooks and ASCAP President Marilyn Bergman. Photograph. Focused Images Photography, Inc., © 2002. ASCAP Foundation Collection, Music Division, Library of Congress (027.00.00)
    [Digital ID # as0027]
  • Lyle Lovett signing autographs in the Library of Congress, March 15, 2012. Reproduction. ASCAP Foundation Collection, Music Division, Library of Congress (014.00.00)
    [Digital ID # as0014]
  • Carolina Chocolate Drops. Photograph, ca. 2007. ASCAP Foundation Collection, Music Division, Library of Congress (033.00.00)
    [Digital ID # as0033]

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100 Years and Beyond

ASCAP: Mentoring a New Generation of Music Creators

  • The ASCAP Foundation Morton Gould Young Composer Awards. Poster, 2013. ASCAP Foundation Collection, Music Division, Library of Congress (038.00.00)
    [Digital ID # as0038]
  • The ASCAP Foundation Young Jazz Composer Awards. Poster, 2013. ASCAP Foundation Collection, Music Division, Library of Congress (039.00.00)
    [Digital ID # as0039]
  • ASCAP/SEAMUS Student Commission Competition. Poster, 2012. ASCAP Foundation Collection, Music Division, Library of Congress (040.00.00)
    [Digital ID # as0040]
  • The Power of a Song. The Power to Heal. The Power of ASCAP. Printers proof, 2001. ASCAP Foundation Collection, Music Division, Library of Congress (041.00.00)
    [Digital ID # as0041]
  • A Photographic montage of outreach and mentoring programs by ASCAP and its members, ca. 2005, created for this exhibition. ASCAP Foundation Collection, Music Division, Library of Congress (042.00.00)

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