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Photographs, 1895-1993 (continued)
Warren, with Others, 1922-1990 (continued)
BOX-FOLDER 59/23 Warren, with Marilyn Horne in Warren's music room, taken during a videotaped conversation, October 1990
BOX-FOLDER 59/24 Warren, with Marilyn Horne in Warren's music room; photograph taken during a break from recording a videotaped conversation, October 1990
Two copies.
Photographs Inscribed to Warren, 1913-1936
BOX-FOLDER 59/26 Bauer, Harold, 1913
see also: Photographs: Bauer, Harold. Photograph album containing original autographed photographs of well-known musical personalities
Inscribed: To miss Elinor Warren, from Harold Bauer, Los Angeles, 1913."
Photograph is a reproduction of the original photograph (Original photograph is housed in a scrapbook, Box 60)
BOX-FOLDER 59/27 Berumen, Ernesto, December 1922
see also: Photographs: Berumen, Ernesto. Photograph album containing original autographed photographs of well-known musical personalities
Inscribed: "To Elinor Warren in sincere admiration of her splendid talent and beautiful playing, wishing her a great career, New York City, December 1922."
Photograph is a reproduction of the original photograph (Original photograph is housed in a scrapbook, Box 60)
Berumen, Ernesto, 1923
see: Photographs: Berumen, Ernesto. Photograph album containing original autographed photographs of well-known musical personalities
Inscribed: "To Elinor Warren, the splendid young artist in sincere admiration of her great talent, Ernesto Berumen, New York, 1923."
Photograph is a reproduction of the original photograph (Original photograph is housed in a scrapbook, Box 60)
BOX-FOLDER 59/28 Bori, Lucrezia, 1934
Inscribed: "To Elinor Remick Warren, affecionate remembrance, Lucrezia Bori, 1934."
BOX-FOLDER 59/29 Conner, Nadine, undated
Inscribed: "To my dear friends Elinor and Z. Wayne, whose artistry, encouragement, and help have been a great inspiration to me. Love - Nadine."
BOX-FOLDER 59/30 Crooks, Richard, 1936
Inscribed: "To my dear friend Elinor Warren, Sincerely, Richard Crooks, 1936."
Easton, Florence, undated
see: Photographs: Easton, Florence. Photograph album containing original autographed photographs of well-known musical personalities
Inscribed: "To Elinor, in remembrance, Florence Easton."
BOX-FOLDER 59/31 Easton, Florence, undated
see also: Photographs: King, Carlotta. Photograph album containing original autographed photographs of well-known musical personalities
Inscribed: "To dear Elinor with happy memories of our first tour together, affectionately, Florence Easton."
Photograph is a reproduction of the original photograph (Original photograph is housed in a scrapbook, Box 60)
BOX-FOLDER 59/32 Easton, Florence, undated
Inscribed: "My dear Elinor, a charming companion and perfect accompanist, affectionately, Florence Easton."
BOX-FOLDER 59/33 Eddy, Nelson, undated
Inscribed: "To Elinor and Wayne - Friends and neighbors always."
BOX-FOLDER 59/34 Gahagan, Helen (Helen Gahagan Douglas), undated
Inscribed: "To Elinor, with my love, Helen."
Ganz, Rudolf, undated
see: Photographs: Ganz, Rudolf. Photograph album containing original autographed photographs of well-known musical personalities
Inscribed: "To Miss Elinor Remick Warren, with best wishes for her lovely artistic, musical playing. Sincerely, Rudolf Ganz, Los Angeles."
BOX-FOLDER 59/35 Giannini, Dussolina, undated
Inscribed: "To Elinor Remick Warren, with best wishes, Dussolina Giannini."
King, Carlotta, undated
see: Photographs: King, Carlotta. Photograph album containing original autographed photographs of well-known musical personalities
Inscribed: "To dear Elinor, with sincere friendship (a friendship which grows dearer each year), affectionately always, Carlotta."
La Forge, Frank, 1921
see: Photographs: La Forge, Frank. Photograph album containing original autographed photographs
Inscribed: "To Miss Elinor Warren, with the wish that she may reach the great artistic heights which her wonderful talents justify, Frank La Forge, 1921."
BOX-FOLDER 59/37 La Forge, Frank, 1923
see also: Photographs: La Forge, Frank. Photograph album containing original autographed photographs of well-known musical personalities
Inscribed: "To my gifted pupil, Elinor Warren with sincere compliments for her great talents, cordially, Frank La Forge, New York, 1923."
Photograph is a reproduction of the original photograph (Original photograph is housed in a scrapbook, Box 60)
BOX-FOLDER 59/38 Mario, Queena, undated
Inscribed: "To Elinor Warren in appreciation of her great talents, both as composer and accompanist, Affectionally, Queena Mario."
BOX-FOLDER 59/39 Matzenauer, Margaret, 1922
see also: Photographs: Matzenauer, Margaret. Photograph album containing original autographed photographs of well-known musical personalities
Inscribed: "To Miss Elinor Warren with many thanks for the beautiful song and deep appreciation for her unusal talent. All good wishes for the future! Margaret Matzenauer, New York, 1922."
Photograph is a reproduction of the original photograph (Original photograph is housed in a scrapbook, Box 60)
BOX-FOLDER 59/40 Matzenauer, Margaret, undated
Inscribed: "To my sweet little friend, the charming pianist, accompanist, and composer, Elinor Warren, with much love from Margaret Matzenauer."
BOX-FOLDER 59/41 Morgana, Nina, 1929
see also: Photographs: Morgana, Nina. Photograph album containing original autographed photographs of well-known musical personalities
Inscribed: "To my dear Elinor Remick Warren with great admiration for 'our' Children of the moon, fondly, Nina Morgana, 1929."
Photograph is a reproduction of the original photograph (Original photograph is housed in a scrapbook, Box 60)
BOX-FOLDER 59/42 Oberhoffer, Emil Johann, August 23, 1923
see also: Photographs: Oberhoffer, Emil. Photograph album containing original autographed photographs of well-known musical personalities
Inscribed: "For Miss Elinor Warren with compliments on her joyous performance of the Mozart Concerto at the Bowl from Emil Oberhoffer, August 23."
Oberhoffer conducted the Hollywood Bowl performance in 1923.
Photograph is a reproduction of the original photograph (Original photograph is housed in a scrapbook, Box 60)
BOX-FOLDER 59/43 Ross, Gertrude, undated
see also: Photographs: Ross, Gertrude. Photograph album containing original autographed photographs of well-known musical personalities
Inscribed: "To my dear gifted Elinor Warren with much love, Gertrude Ross [followed by a bar of musical notation]"
Photograph is a reproduction of the original photograph (Original photograph is housed in a scrapbook, Box 60)
BOX-FOLDER 59/44 Steeb, Olga, undated
see also: Photographs: Steeb, Olga. Photograph album containing original autographed photographs of well-known musical personalities
Inscribed: "To Elinor Warren, wishing you every success in your musical career, lovingly, Olga Steeb."
Photograph is a reproduction of the original photograph (Original photograph is housed in a scrapbook, Box 60)
BOX-FOLDER 59/45 Stueckgold, Grete, December 25, 1936
Inscribed: "To my dear Elinor Warren, with much admiration and friendiest greetings, from Grete Stueckgold, Xmas 1936."
BOX-FOLDER 59/46 Tibbett, Lawrence, September 1923
see also: Photographs: Tibbett, Lawrence. Photograph album containing original autographed photographs of well-known musical personalities
Inscribed: "To my charming friend and wonderful accompaniste, Elinor with best wishes from - Lawrence Tibbett, September 1923."
Photograph is a reproduction of the original photograph (Original photograph is housed in a scrapbook, Box 60)
BOX-FOLDER 59/47 Tibbett, Lawrence, 1931
Inscribed: "To Elinor - always with the affection and admiration of Lawrence, 1931."
Tréville, Yvonne de, 1923
see: Photographs: Tréville, Yvonne de. Photograph album containing original autographed photographs of well-known musical personalities
Inscribed: "To dear Elinor Warren, in affectionale souvenir, Yvonne de Tréville, 1923."
Wille, Stewart, undated
see: Photographs: Wille, Stewart. Photograph album containing original autographed photographs of well-known musical personalities
Inscribed: "To my very dear friend, Elinor with sincere appreciation and admiration, Stewart Wille."
Stewart Wille was Lawrence Tibbett's piano accompanist for many concerts. During a Tibbett recital, January 1940, Wille featured an arrangement of Bach's Bist du bei mir, arranged by Warren.
BOX-FOLDER 60/1 Album containing autographed photographs, circa 1913-1930s
Early tooled leather photograph scrapbook, containing original inscribed photographs of well-known musical personalities who played major roles in her early musical life - either by teaching her, performing her music or concertizing with her.
Contents: Inscribed photographs of Harold Bauer, Ernesto Berumen (2 photographs), Florence Easton (2 photographs), Rudolf Ganz, Carlotta King, Frank La Forge (2 photographs), Margaret Matzenauer, Nina Morgana, Emil Oberhoffer, Gertrude Ross, Olga Steeb, Lawrence Tibbett, Yvonne de Tréville, Stewart Wille, and an unsigned photograph of Warren, with Margaret Matzenauer and music publisher Harold Flammer
Miscellany, 1950s-1993
BOX-FOLDER 59/25 Warren's work room, located on the second floor of her Los Angeles, California home, undated
BOX-FOLDER 59/36 The Singing Earth; Thomas Hampson, chorus and orchestra, Church of the Bernardines, Krakow, Poland, June 21-24, 1993
Recording session for a Cambria Records cd issue of Warren's work.
BOX 61 Articles about Warren, 1926-1988
Articles, biographies, and clippings related to Warren's personal life, works, and performances.
Arranged chiefly alphabetically by author surname .
BOX-FOLDER 61/15 American Historical Company.
Encyclopedia of American biography. New series. New York: American Historical Company, Inc., 1952.
BOX-FOLDER 61/1 Beck, William. "The Ellis-Orpheus Men's Chorus: the story of its first century," Hazard's Pavilion, no. 5 (October 1988)
Full magazine.
Warren and her father, who was active in this organization early in the 20th century, are mentioned throughout this article (pages 3-32)
BOX-FOLDER 61/2 C. F. [name not provided in full]. "Kathryn Montreville Cocke: Teacher of children," Pacific Coast Musician, (May 8, 1926)
Photocopy: a photograph of Warren's first piano teacher, Kathryn Montreville Cocke, is featured on the front cover; a two-page article describes Cocke's teaching efforts.
BOX-FOLDER 61/3 Cook, J. Douglas. "Visits to the homes of famous composers, no. XI. Elinor Remick Warren," Opera and Concert, volume 13, no. 3 (March 1948)
Two copies; one copy original from magazine, the other a typed text.
BOX-FOLDER 61/16 LePage, Jane Weiner.
Women composers, conductors, and musicians of the twentieth century. Volume II. Metuchen, New Jersey: Scarecrow Press, 1983.
Detailed article on Warren (pages 305-321)
BOX-FOLDER 61/4 Norcott, B. J. "California's own composer Elinor Remick Warren," The Californian, (February 1950)
Two printed copies af this article (pages 47-48); also included is the original typed draft copy, with penciled corrections.
BOX-FOLDER 61/5 Princi, Carl. "Profile: Elinor Remick Warren," KFAC (Los Angeles classical radio station) Magazine, (November/December 1976)
A drawing of Warren is on the cover of this issue.
BOX-FOLDER 61/6 Quirk, Lucy. "Elinor Remick Warren," Tableau volume 2, no. 5 (November 1947)
Two copies.
BOX-FOLDER 61/7 Saunders, Richard D. Article on the Passing of King Arthur is missing. [Cover photograph of the Los Angeles Philharmonic, Oratorio Society, Albert Coates, conductor and Elinor Remick Warren], Musical Courier volume 121, no. 8, (April 15, 1940)
The accompanying article which began on page 4 is missing.
The group photograph, taken at the premiere of Warren's The Passing of King Arthur is featured on the front cover of this issue.
BOX-FOLDER 61/8 Unidentified author. "A happy blend," Musical Courier, (February 15, 1955)
Two typed text-only copies.
A photograph of Warren is on the cover of this issue.
BOX-FOLDER 61/9 Unidentified author. "Elinor Remick Warren" Pan Pipes, vol. 50, no. 2, 1957
Brief article mentions recent performances of works such The Harp weaver, completion of Transcontinental and recent appearances by Warren.
BOX-FOLDER 61/10 Unidentified author. "Elinor Remick Warren honored in Israel" National Federation of Music Clubs, October 1976
Brief article mentions recent performance of Abram in Egypt, held during the Israel Festival.
BOX-FOLDER 61/11 Unidentified author. "Elinor Remick Warren work performed in Hawaii" Music Clubs Magazine, Special Issue, vol. 57, no. 3, 1977-1978
A photograph of Efrem Zimbalist, Jr. discussing the narration for Good morning, America!. Brief article discusses the recent performances of Warren's work with full orchestra, December 16, 18, and 20, 1977 in Hawaii.
BOX-FOLDER 61/12 Unidentified author. "Warren - Suite - Wallenstein - Premiere" Pan Pipes, (January 1956)
Article mentions that Warren was featured on the front cover (not present)
Brief article mentions the United States premiere of her Suite for orchestra; the article also described the Canadien premiere of the same work on May 6, 1955. Article comments on public performances of several other Warren works: The Passing of King Arthur, The Crystal Lake, Along the western shore,The Singing Earth, Four Sonnets for soprano and string quartette, Hymn of the city mentioning recent appearances of the works.
BOX-FOLDER 61/13 Unidentified author. "Elinor Remick Warren - As a humorist", (undated)
Two-page typed paper that appears to be an interview with Warren on the topic of her sense of humor and related subjects.
BOX-FOLDER 61/14 Unidentified author. "Elinor Remick Warren - Hobbies", (undated)
Two-page typed paper that appears to be an interview with Warren on the topic of her hobbies.
BOX-FOLDER 61/17-24 Clippings, 1910-1990
BOX 61-62, 65, 75, 84 Biographical Materials, circa 1900-1991
Awards and honors, several autobiographical essays, an interview transcript by Virginia Bortin, a list of premieres of Warren's works, address and telephone books, and other miscellaneous writings and items.
Arranged alphabetically by subject.
Autobiographical Materials, circa 1900-1988
BOX-FOLDER 65/21-38, 84/1 Awards and honors, 1936-1990
Awards, certificates of recognition, honorary degrees, and other items.
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