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Geraldine Farrar papers, 1895-1960s

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Correspondence, 1901-1965 (continued)
BOX-FOLDER 11/2 Prisoner (anonymous)
BOX-FOLDER 11/3 Puccini, Giacomo
BOX-FOLDER 11/4 Rachmaninoff, Sergei and Natalie
see also Scrapbook: Box 33
BOX-FOLDER 11/5 Raisa, Rosa
Republican National Committee
see Scrapbook: Box 33
BOX-FOLDER 11/6 Rogers, James H.
BOX-FOLDER 11/7 Rostand, Edmond
BOX-FOLDER 11/8 "O-R" miscellaneous
Scharf, Bernard W.
see Scrapbook: Box 33
BOX-FOLDER 11/9 Schirmer, Rudolph E.
BOX-FOLDER 11/10 Schumann-Heink, Ernestine
BOX-FOLDER 11/11 Sembrich, Marcela
see also Scrapbook: Box 33
BOX-FOLDER 11/12 Sheldon, Edward
BOX-FOLDER 11/13 Slezak, Leo
Smith, Delos Jr.
see Scrapbook: Box 33
BOX-FOLDER 11/14 Spanuth, August
BOX-FOLDER 11/15 Stockholm Opera
BOX-FOLDER 11/16 Stokowski, Olga Samaroff
BOX-FOLDER 11/17 Strauss, Richard
Sturgis, David
see Scrapbook: Box 33
BOX-FOLDER 11/18 "S" miscellaneous
BOX-FOLDER 11/19 Takaoki, Sumiko
BOX-FOLDER 11/20 Taylor, Deems
BOX-FOLDER 11/21 Tempest, Marie
BOX-FOLDER 11/22 Thompson, Samuel S.
BOX-FOLDER 11/23 Thorburg, Kerstin
BOX-FOLDER 11/24 Thursby, Emma Cecelia
BOX-FOLDER 11/25 Torrey, George Burroughs
Toscanini, Arturo
see Scrapbook: Box 33
BOX-FOLDER 11/41 Unidentified
see also Scrapbook: Box 33
BOX-FOLDER 11/26 Universal Pictures Corporation
BOX-FOLDER 11/27 U. S. Army, Women's Army Corps
BOX-FOLDER 11/28 U. S. Government, Office of Civil Defense
BOX-FOLDER 11/29 U. S. Government, Office of Price Administration
BOX-FOLDER 11/30 "T-V" miscellaneous
BOX-FOLDER 11/31 Waller, Frank Laird
BOX-FOLDER 11/32 Webb, Annie B.
Whitcomb, Lois Elisabeth
see Scrapbook: Box 42
BOX-FOLDER 11/33 Wiggin, Kate Douglass ("Katydid")
BOX-FOLDER 11/34 Wilhelm, Crown Prince, 1901-1941
see also Scrapbook: Box 33
BOX-FOLDER 11/35 Wilhelm, Crown Prince, 1945-1951
BOX-FOLDER 11/36 Wilhelm II, Kaiser
BOX-FOLDER 11/37 Wilkie, Mrs. Wendell
Wright, Mrs. Earl D.
see Scrapbook: Box 39
BOX-FOLDER 11/38 Wolff, Albert
BOX-FOLDER 11/39 "W-Z" miscellaneous
Zenatello, Giovanni
See: Gay, Marcia
BOX 12 Contracts, 1904-1940
Farrar's contracts with the Metropolitan Opera comprise the bulk of this series. There are also a considerable amount of film contracts with Goldwyn Pictures Corporation. Farrar's contract with the Berlin Royal Opera dates from 1904 while a contract dated 1940 regarding royalties from her autobiography with Greystone Press is the most recent. Illustrative of Farrar's popularity as both a prima donna and an actress is her contract with Benjamin Claggett regarding the production and distribution of "Geraldine Farrar Candy." Included are other business related materials, such as concert tour itineraries and receipts.
Arranged alphabetically by organization or format.
BOX-FOLDER 12/1 American Piano Company
BOX-FOLDER 12/2 American Society of Composers, Authors, and Publishers
BOX-FOLDER 12/3 Anderson, E. H.
BOX-FOLDER 12/4 Associated Exhibitors, Inc.
BOX-FOLDER 12/5 Claggett, Benjamin F., 1917
BOX-FOLDER 12/6 Comité de l'Assocìation de Secour Mutuels entre les Artistes Dramatiques
BOX-FOLDER 12/19 Concert tour itineraries
BOX-FOLDER 12/7 Ellis, C.A.
BOX-FOLDER 12/8 Foley, Charles J.
BOX-FOLDER 12/9 German Government
BOX-FOLDER 12/10 Goldfish, Samuel
BOX-FOLDER 12/11 Goldwyn Pictures Corporation, 1915-1919
BOX-FOLDER 12/12 Greystone Press, Inc., 1940
BOX-FOLDER 12/13 Houghton Mifflin Company
BOX-FOLDER 12/14 Jesse L. Lasky Feature Play Company
BOX-FOLDER 12/15 Metropolitan Opera Company, New York, 1908-1918
BOX-FOLDER 12/17 New England Concert Company
BOX-FOLDER 12/16 Peat, Harold R.
BOX-FOLDER 12/20 Receipts
BOX-FOLDER 12/18 Victor Talking Machine Company
BOX 13-15 Scripts, 1932-1938
This series contains scripts for radio programs and pageants in both manuscript and typescript forms. These reflect Farrar's career as a musical commentator for various radio programs and as a volunteer in civic organizations after her retirement from opera singing. The majority of the scripts are from the years 1934 and 1935, including scripts from Farrar's guest appearances in the Metropolitan Opera broadcasts. The script from the General Electric Show on February 14, 1932, is the earliest.
Arranged alphabetically by title or name.
BOX-FOLDER 13/1 Aïda
BOX-FOLDER 13/2 American Radiator Company, "Sunday Evenings"
BOX-FOLDER 13/3 Damrosch concert, 1935 January 20
BOX-FOLDER 13/4 Caruso memorial, 1935 February 25
BOX-FOLDER 13/6 Don Giovanni
BOX-FOLDER 13/7 Don Pasquale
BOX-FOLDER 13/8 La forza del destino
Ponselle
BOX-FOLDER 13/9 General Electric Show, 1932 February 14
BOX-FOLDER 13/10 Handel and Bach, 1938
Metropolitan Christmas broadcast
BOX-FOLDER 13/11 Hänsel und Gretel
BOX-FOLDER 14/2 Lucia di Lammermoor
BOX-FOLDER 14/4 Metropolitan Opera pre-season, 1934-1935
BOX-FOLDER 14/3 Palmolive
"Stars of the Future" audition
BOX-FOLDER 14/1 Pons, Lily
BOX-FOLDER 14/5-6 Red Cross
BOX-FOLDER 14/7 Romeo et Juliette
BOX-FOLDER 15/1 La serva padrona
BOX-FOLDER 15/2 Simon Boccanegra
BOX-FOLDER 15/3 La sonnambula
Bori
BOX-FOLDER 15/4 Tannhäuser
BOX-FOLDER 15/5 Tibbet, Laurence
Interview
BOX-FOLDER 15/6 La traviata
BOX-FOLDER 15/7 Tristan et Isolde
Martinelli
BOX-FOLDER 15/8 Unidentified
BOX-FOLDER 13/5 Die walküre
BOX-FOLDER 15/9 WEAF Radio Station
BOX-FOLDER 15/10 WOR Radio Station
BOX-FOLDER 15/11 WQXR Radio Station
BOX-FOLDER 15/12 WTIC Radio Station
BOX 16 Programs, 1895-1934
The programs date from Farrar's first recitals in Melrose, Massachusetts, during her teenage years to her final appearances as a concert singer in 1931. Many are from the Metropolitan Opera, from 1914 to 1922. Additionally, there are numerous programs from Farrar's concert recitals, dating from 1922 to 1934.
Arranged chronologically.
BOX-FOLDER 16/1 1895-1908
BOX-FOLDER 16/2 1910-1918
BOX-FOLDER 16/3 1918-1921
BOX-FOLDER 16/4 1921
BOX-FOLDER 16/5 1922-1927
BOX-FOLDER 16/6 1928-1930
BOX-FOLDER 16/7 1931-1934
BOX-FOLDER 16/8 Undated
BOX 17 Awards and Certificates, 1918-1950
The awards and certificates relate to Farrar's many civic and artistic activities, including her volunteer service in World War I and World War II, the Red Cross, ASCAP, and the Society of American Arts and Letters.
Arranged by format.
BOX 17 Clippings, 1898-1951
This series comprises miscellaneous clippings cut from periodicals and newspapers.
Arranged chronologically.
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