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Administrative Papers, 1971-2001 (continued)
Meetings: Minutes and Reports, 1973-1999 (continued)
BOX-FOLDER 45/22 1997, Mar. 8
Business meeting.
BOX-FOLDER 45/23 1997, Mar. 9
Board of Trustees meeting.
BOX-FOLDER 45/24 1997, Sept. 6
Board of Trustees meeting.
BOX-FOLDER 45/25 1998, Feb. 18
see also Officers and Offices, Anne Dhu McLucas, Board meetings, 1998
Board of Trustees meeting.
BOX-FOLDER 45/26 1998, Feb. 21
Business meeting.
BOX-FOLDER 46/1 1998, Feb. 22
Board of Trustees meeting.
BOX-FOLDER 46/2 1998, Nov. 1
Board of Trustees meeting.
BOX-FOLDER 46/3 1999, Mar. 10
see also Officers and Offices, Anne Dhu McLucas, Board meetings, 1999
Board of Trustees meeting.
BOX-FOLDER 46/4 1999, Mar. 13
Business meeting.
BOX-FOLDER 46/5 1999, Mar. 14
Board of Trustees meeting.
BOX-FOLDER 46/6 1999, Nov. 4
Board of Trustees meeting.
BOX 47-69 Annual Conferences and Special Meetings, 1971-1999
Planning, programming, and registration materials for the official conferences. Includes programs and schedules, presentation handouts and accompanying materials, registration materials, lists of registrants, publicity materials, flyers and brochures, Program Committee materials, local arrangements information, correspondence, planning materials, accepted and rejected proposals and papers, presentation drafts and abstracts, financial and budget items, handwritten notes, articles and clippings.
Arranged chronologically.
BOX-FOLDER 47/1 1973, May 5-6, Sturbridge, Massachusetts, "Joyful Sounds"
The conference on early American music that led to the creation of the Sonneck Society.
BOX-FOLDER 47/2 1975, Oct. 17-19, Middletown, Connecticut
The annual meeting of the Society for Ethnomusicology at which the first organizational meeting of the Sonneck Society occurred. Two papers were read at a joint session of the two societies, a constitution was adopted, and a slate of officers was elected.
BOX 47/3-9--48/1-2 1976, May 28-30, Bayside, New York, "Two Centuries of Music in America"
see also Officers and Offices, Raoul Camus
(9 folders)
Includes Raoul Camus' correspondence and documents regarding the planning of the conference.
Raoul Camus donated five reel-to-reel audiotapes of the conference, which were transferred to the Library of Congress, Motion Picture, Broadcasting and Recorded Sound Division. For information, contact a reference librarian in the Recorded Sound Reference Center, Library of Congress.
BOX-FOLDER 48/3-4 1977, Apr. 15-17, Williamsburg, Virginia, "100 Years of Recording in America"
see also Realia
(2 folders)
Students sold "Oscar Who?" tee shirts at this conference.
BOX-FOLDER 48/5-6 1978, Apr. 7-9, Ann Arbor, Michigan, "Musical Instruments in America"
(2 folders)
BOX-FOLDER 48/7-9 1979, Feb. 9-11, New Orleans, Louisiana
(3 folders)
BOX-FOLDER 49/1-14--50/1-3 1980, Mar. 20-23, Baltimore, Maryland
see also Officers and Offices, J. Bunker Clark
(17 folders)
Includes correspondence and materials relating to the planning of the conference.
BOX-FOLDER 50/4-11--51/1 1981, Apr. 1-5, Greenvale, New York, "Musical Theatre in America"
see also Officers and Offices, Raoul Camus
(9 folders)
Includes correspondence and materials relating to the planning of the conference.
BOX-FOLDER 51/2-11--52/1-5 1982, Apr. 1-4, Lawrence, Kansas
see also Officers and Offices, J. Bunker Clark
(15 folders)
Includes correspondence and materials relating to the planning of the conference and to its special guest, Virgil Thomson.
An audiocassette relating to a session on "Traveling Musicians" was transferred to the Library of Congress, Motion Picture, Broadcasting and Recorded Sound Division. For information, contact a reference librarian in the Recorded Sound Reference Center, Library of Congress.
BOX-FOLDER 52/6-7 1983, Mar. 4-6, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
(2 folders)
BOX-FOLDER 52/8-11--53/1-7 1983, July 2-5, Keele, England, "British-American Musical Interactions"
see also Officers and Offices, Kate Van Winkle Keller and Photographs
(11 folders)
Includes correspondence and materials relating to the planning of the conference.
Fifteen audiocassettes of the conference proceedings and composer exchange were transferred to the Library of Congress, Motion Picture, Broadcasting and Recorded Sound Division. For information, contact a reference librarian in the Recorded Sound Reference Center, Library of Congress.
One audiocassette containing an 84th birthday tribute to Otto Albrecht (his reminiscence and Sonneck members singing Temperley's birthday song) was transferred to the Library of Congress, Motion Picture, Broadcasting and Recorded Sound Division. For information, contact a reference librarian in the Recorded Sound Reference Center, Library of Congress.
BOX-FOLDER 53/8-11--54/1-5 1984, Mar. 22-25, Boston, Massachusetts
(9 folders)
Includes programming materials, including abstract and paper submissions.
BOX-FOLDER 54/6-8--55/1-8 1985, Mar. 7-10, Tallahassee, Florida
(11 folders)
Includes correspondence and materials relating to programming and planning of the conference.
BOX-FOLDER 55/9-10--56/1-3 1986, Apr. 16-20, Boulder, Colorado
(5 folders)
BOX-FOLDER 56/4-40 BOX 57-58 1987, Apr. 1-5, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
see also Photographs
BOX-FOLDER 59/1-2 (78 folders)
Includes programming materials, including correspondence with the presenters and abstracts of their papers, as well as a significant amount of planning and local arrangements materials.
BOX-FOLDER 59/3-9--60/1-2 1988, Apr. 13-17, Danville, Kentucky
see also Photographs
(9 folders)
The programming materials include a significant number of accepted proposals accompanied by abstracts or drafts of the presentations.
BOX-FOLDER 60/3-7 1988, July 8-11, Oxford, England, "Music in the 19th Century"
see also Officers and Offices, Kate Van Winkle Keller and Photographs
(5 folders)
BOX-FOLDER 60/8-10 BOX 61-62 1989, Apr. 5-9, Nashville, Tennessee
see also Photographs
BOX-FOLDER 63/1-6 (31 folders)
Includes programming and planning materials, including budget materials, presentations, and items relating to Bill Monroe's induction as an honorary member of the Sonneck Society.
BOX-FOLDER 63/7-12 1990, Apr. 18-22, Toronto, Canada, "The Great Divide? Studies in Canadian and American Music"
see also Photographs
(6 folders)
BOX-FOLDER 63/13-14--64/1-3 1991, Apr. 3-7, Hampton, Virginia
see also Photographs
(5 folders)
BOX-FOLDER 64/4-9 1992, Feb. 13-16, Baton Rouge, Louisiana
(6 folders)
BOX-FOLDER 64/10-13--65/1 1993, Feb. 12-16, Pacific Grove, California
see also Officers and Offices, Gillian Anderson and Photographs
(5 folders)
BOX-FOLDER 65/2-14 BOX 66 1994, Apr. 6-10, Worcester, Massachusetts
see also Officers and Offices, Gillian Anderson
BOX-FOLDER 67/1-6 (32 folders)
Includes programming materials, such as program drafts, proposal evaluations, abstracts, and presentations.
A VHS tape containing Max Roach’s acceptance speech of the Sonneck Society Honorary Member Award was transferred to the Library of Congress, Motion Picture, Broadcasting and Recorded Sound Division. For information, contact a reference librarian in the Motion Picture and Television Reading Room.
BOX-FOLDER 67/7-16--68/1-7 1995, Apr. 5-9, Madison, Wisconsin
(17 folders)
Includes planning and programming materials.
The folder labelled "Final Report" was accompanied by a computer disk (3 1/2 inches).
BOX-FOLDER 68/8 1996, Mar. 20-24, Washington, D.C.
see also Photographs
BOX-FOLDER 68/9 1997, Mar. 5-9, Seattle, Washington
BOX-FOLDER 68/10-11--69/1-2 1998, Feb. 18-22, Kansas City, Missouri
(4 folders)
BOX-FOLDER 69/3-4 1999, Mar. 10-14, Fort Worth, Texas
(2 folders)
BOX 70-77 Standing Committees, 1975-2000
Correspondence, agendas, minutes, reports, memorandums, promotional and publicity materials, notes, announcements, policies and planning documents.
Arranged alphabetically by name of committee.
BOX-FOLDER 70/1 American Music Network Committee, 1996-1997
Includes correspondence between committee chair Robert Keller and members Dale Cockrell and George Keck.
BOX-FOLDER 70/2-8 American Music Week Committee, 1990-1996
(7 folders)
Includes William Everett's and Marjorie Mackay Shapiro's files.
BOX-FOLDER 70/9 Bio-Bibliographical Index Committee, 1978-1979
BOX-FOLDER 70/10 Conference Site Selection Committee, 1996-2000
see also Annual Conferences and Special Meetings; Standing Committees, National Conference Committee and Appointments, Conference Manager
BOX-FOLDER 70/11 Development Committee, 1997-1998
BOX-FOLDER 70/12 Finance Committee, 1994-1997
BOX-FOLDER 70/13-17--71/1 Honors and Awards Committee, 1986-1999
see also Lowens Award Committee and Miscellany
(6 folders)
This committee was initially called the Honors Committee, it changed its name to the Honors and Awards Committee around 1995.
These papers were accompanied by a computer disk (3 1/2 floppy disk).
BOX-FOLDER 71/2 Long Range Planning Committee, 1990-2000
BOX-FOLDER 71/3-4 Lowens Award Committee, 1983-2000
see also Honors and Awards Committee
(2 folders)
Includes materials on both the Irving Lowens Book Award and the Irving Lowens Article Award.
Lacking files between 1988-1993.
BOX-FOLDER 71/5-13 BOX 72 Membership Committee, 1975-1998
BOX-FOLDER 73/1-4 (22 folders)
Includes papers from committee chairs Arthur Schrader, Deane Root, Linda Whitesitt, Elise Kirk, Jean Geil, and Homer Rudolf.
BOX-FOLDER 73/5-13--74/1-4 National Conferences Committee, 1983-1996
see also Annual Conferences and Special Meetings; Standing Committees, Conference Site Selection Committee and Appointments, Conference Manager
(13 folders)
Includes papers from committee chairs Dale Cockrell, Katherine Preston, R. Allen Lott, and Pamela Fox.
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