Manuscripts/Mixed Material Richard Adler Collection

Format Manuscripts/Mixed Material
Language English
Subjects Abbott, George
Adler, Clarence
Adler, Richard
American Musical Theater
Bloch, Ernest
Copland, Aaron
Damrosch, Walter
Einstein, Albert
First Families
Fosse, Bob
Green, Paul
Hammerstein, Oscar
Harris, Julie
Humphrey, Hubert H.
Hurst, Fannie
Johnson, Claudia Alta Taylor (Lady Bird)
Kennedy, Jacqueline
Popular Music
Porter, Cole
Prince, Harold
Rachmaninoff, Sergei
Ross, Jerry
Stevenson, Adlai
Richard Adler Collection
Subject Headings
-  American Musical Theater
-  Popular Music
-  Radio/Television
-  Adler, Richard
-  Bloch, Ernest
-  Copland, Aaron
-  Damrosch, Walter
-  Hurst, Fannie
-  Einstein, Albert
-  Rachmaninoff, Sergei
-  Stevenson, Adlai
-  Humphrey, Hubert H.
-  Johnson, Claudia Alta Taylor (Lady Bird)
-  Kennedy, Jacqueline
-  Harris, Julie
-  Porter, Cole
-  Hammerstein, Oscar
-  Adler, Clarence
-  Green, Paul
-  Ross, Jerry
-  Abbott, George
-  Fosse, Bob
-  Prince, Harold
-  First families
-  Collection of the papers of the noted Jewish-American lyricist, composer and producer is rich in correspondence with notable figures of the 20th century. Also included: 23 scrapbooks, nearly 200 sound recordings, tapes and discs, photographs, theatrical ephemera, production and publicity materials, personal memorabilia. (contents)
-  Richard Adler Collection, Music Division, Library of Congress. (Preferred Citation)
-  Adler, Richard (sort)
-  The papers and music of the American lyricist, composer and producer. (browse display)
-  Researchers wishing to work with special collections are advised to inquire in advance about availability of material since many special collections are stored off-site. (Access Permissions)
-  Certain restrictions to use or copying of materials may apply. (copyright)
12 ft.
3 boxes
Music Division, Library of Congress
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