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BOX 69 Programs, 1894-1940
Printed programs and newsprint announcements, chiefly about Harry Von Tilzer performances or compositions.
BOX-FOLDER 69/15 1894-1906
BOX-FOLDER 69/16 1909-1929, 1940, undated
BOX 70, 74 Photographs
Portraits and casual photos of Harry Von Tilzer and family members. Also includes miscellaneous photos of other performers.
BOX-FOLDER 70/1, 74/1-7, 74/9 Harry Von Tilzer, alone
BOX-FOLDER 70/2, 74/10 Harry Von Tilzer, with others
BOX-FOLDER 70/3, 74/8 Others, including family members
BOX-FOLDER 70/4-5 Male performers (identified and unidentified)
BOX-FOLDER 70/6-7 Female performers (identified and unidentified)
BOX-FOLDER 70/8-9 Groups of performers (identified and unidentified)
BOX-FOLDER 70/10 Child performers
BOX 71-72 Clippings, 1900-1959
Arranged by subject or decade.
BOX-FOLDER 71/1 Harry Von Tilzer
Writings, biographical materials, and obituaries
BOX-FOLDER 71/2 Obituary notices for William V. Goldie
BOX-FOLDER 71/3 Notices regarding Dolph Singer
BOX-FOLDER 71/4 Articles on estate settlements
BOX-FOLDER 71/5 1900-1909
BOX-FOLDER 71/6-7 1920-1929
BOX-FOLDER 71/8-10 1930-1939
BOX-FOLDER 72/1-3 1940-1949
BOX-FOLDER 72/4-5 1950-1959
The following complete issues were also included, but had crumbled beyond legibility: The Billboard (Special souvenir issue, 1894-1950; Sept. 2, 1957)
New York Daily News (April 16, 1948)
Variety (July 31, 1957; Oct. 9, 1957; Oct. 23, 1957; TV film commercials produced since Jan. 1, 1957).
BOX 70, 73 Miscellany
Artwork, publicity materials, and publications.
Artwork
BOX-FOLDER 73/4 Cartoons: "Birth of a Song" by Paul Carruth and Joseph R. Fliesler (signed) and "Seems Like Yesterday" by C. Kessler
BOX-FOLDER 73/4 Clipping: The Philadelphia Inquirer, July 30, 1939, illustrating "She's Only a Bird in a Gilded Cage" with slides from an early nickelodeon accompaniment of the song
BOX-FOLDER 73/5 Placemats: "Claytoon" illustrations of Harry Von Tilzer songs from a series entitled "The Gay Nineties" by the Sass-Dorne Studios of Hollywood, California
Publicity - HVTMPC
BOX-FOLDER 70/11 "A Tribute to Harry Von Tilzer"
Printed flyer
BOX-FOLDER 70/12 List of on-air plugs, 1936-1939
BOX-FOLDER 70/13 Notes for "The Silver Anniversary of the Silver Haired Composer Harry Von Tilzer"
Manuscript
Publications
BOX-FOLDER 70/14 Pamphlets, booklets, flyers, etc.
BOX-FOLDER 70/15 Spaeth, Sigmund. Read 'Em and Weep: The Songs You Forgot to Remember. New York/Garden City: Doubleday, Page & Co., 1927.
BOX-FOLDER 70/16 Proposal for "The International Ice Frolics"
Typescript
BOX-FOLDER 70/17 Miscellany

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