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PITTSBURGH MUSIC - ARCHIVAL MATERIAL

 

CHARLES N. BOYD (1875-1937)

qr 780.973 B66s volumes 26-30, 1905-1909

Location: Oliver Room


FINDING LIST

Volume 26

Scrapbook N
Notation by Charles Boyd: "Complete and Indexed July 6, 1908."

A collection of newspaper items and music journal critiques from Pittsburgh and elsewhere.

Volume 27

  1. A collection of programs, newspaper items, and music journal critiques from Pittsburgh and elsewhere.

  2. Under date of August 14, 1908 is a news clipping titled "A Good Suggestion: Why not a Department of Music at Carnegie Library, Free to the People." Signed by "Pianissimo," Pittsburgh, August 12, 1908. Final paragraph: "I am a citizen and taxpayer of Pittsburgh and member of a musical family of limited means. Our one extravagance, if it may be called such, is the purchase of sheet music. I will admit the self-interest in the suggestion [of a Department of Music], but there are probably thousands of persons in my fix who would appreciate and benefit by a circulating musical library."

Volume 28

Scrapbook S
Notation by Charles Boyd: "Complete and Indexed December 6, 1909."

A collection of programs, newspaper items, and music journal critiques from Pittsburgh and elsewhere.

Volume 29

Scrapbook R

A collection of programs, newspaper items, and music journal critiques from Pittsburgh and elsewhere. [Variable dates from 1905 - 1909]

Volume 30

Scrapbook P
Notation by Charles Boyd: "Complete and Indexed May 17, 1909."

A collection of programs, newspaper items, and music journal critiques from Pittsburgh and elsewhere.