Alphabetical List of Special Collections

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M

Magyar, Gabriel
Malin, Don  **
Martirano, Salvatore  **
Maslen, Edward R.  +
Mickel, Jere C.  +
Morey, Lloyd and Edna  +
Musicological Archives for Renaissance Manuscript Studies


N

O

Oak Street, Large Ensembles Collections at  +
Oglesby, Yolande  +
Other Collections

P

Partch, Harry *
Phillips Rosenbaum, Edna

Powell, Maud  +
Powell, Morgan  *
Price, Paul *

Q

R

Radcliffe, Thomas A.  **
Reeves, George  ** +
Renaissance Music Archive (see Musicological Archives for Renaissance Manuscript Studies)
Rensch, Roslyn  **
Rolland, Paul  ** +
Romanian **

S

Sandborg Collection of Yrjo Kilpinen Music *

Scheibenreif, Frank  +
School of Music recordings  *
Shipman, Jerome S.  ** +
Shirk, William A. 
Skinner, Frank 
Smith, Carleton  **
Smith, Frank  +
Smith, Portia  **
Stiven, Frederic B.
Stravinsky, Soulima  **
Szigeti, Joseph

T

Tibbett, Lawrence *

U

Ushenko, A.P. +

V

Vaky, James **

W

Ward, Harriet B. **
WGN
Wilensky, Shirley Rose  **
Wilkey, Lucille V.  *
Williams, Lew  *
Williams, Ned *

X

Y

Young, Barnard and Morris

Z

Zirner, Ludwig  **
Zonn, Paul **

* Denotes a Sousa Archives and Center for American Music Collection.  Some collections were initially held in the Music Library Special Collections, but because of their archival nature, were moved into the Sousa Archive's care.

** Denotes a dispersed gift or purchased collection.  Most of these collections are dispersed among the circulating/cataloged collection, and some collections have not remained together. 

Gift collections are typically large collections of a patron's private library. Today, the Music Library still receives gifts but they are not included as a special collection.

+ Denotes a collection located in the University Press Building or missing.  These were often gift collections. Unfortunately, some collections received many years ago were moved to multiple locations have no confirmed location.  Missing collections are most likely in the University Press Building, but would require searching. Please expect limited access.