Chamber Music: The Life and Legacy of Elizabeth Sprague Coolidge
was developed under the leadership of
James H. Billington, Librarian of Congress.
This exhibition is made possible through the generous support of the Ira and Lenore Gershwin Trust for the benefit of the Library of Congress.
- William Jacobs, Chief, Interpretive Programs Office
- Kimberli Curry, Exhibition Director, Interpretive Programs Office
- Robin Rausch and Caitlin Miller, Exhibition Curators, Music Division
- Rachel Waldron and Mary Christ, Registrars, Interpretive Programs Office
- Karen Werth, Production Officer, Interpretive Programs Office
- Christopher O’Connor, Lead Production Specialist, Interpretive Programs Office
Interpretive Programs Office Staff
Denise Agee, Vicki Fortuno, Carroll Johnson-Welsh, David Jung, Stacie Moats, Betsy Nahum-Miller, Cheryl Regan, Marc Roman, Patrick Shepler, and Cynthia Wayne
Library of Congress Staff
Mark Sweeny, Library Services; Susan Vita, Anne McLean, Mike Turpin, and Raymond A. White, Music Division; Brian Cornell and Jan McKee, Motion Picture, Broadcasting and Recorded Sound Division; Lisa Moberg and Dana Hemmenway, Conservation Division; Dominic Sergi and Andrew Cook, ITS Digital Scan Center; William Kellum Thip Padavong, and Laura Moiseev, Office of Strategic Initiatives; Stanley Bandong, Graphic Services Unit; Stacie Rudy, Printing Management Section; Donna Urschel and Shawn Miller, Public Affairs Office
Exhibition and Brochure Design
The Library wishes to thank Marjorie Short for allowing us to include her film The Great Lady of Music: Elizabeth Sprague Coolidge in this exhibition.
Special thanks to Cyrilla Barr, author of Elizabeth Sprague Coolidge: American Patron of Music.