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State University of New York at Buffalo. Music Library

State University of New York at Buffalo. Music Library

112 Baird Hall
Buffalo, NY 14260, United States
The history of music at the University at Buffalo is documented through several archival collections, including programs and clippings generated by Music Department events, audio recordings of concerts and lectures dating back to 1956, and personal archival collections of several music faculty members. Visual documentation includes extensive collections of photographs of local events as well as a large collection of flyers and posters.

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King, A. Hyatt (Alec Hyatt), 1911-1994
The collection consists of printed materials and correspondence compiled by the noted British music librarian, bibliographer, and musicologist Alec Hyatt King. The printed materials include offprints of articles, complete journal issues, exhibition catalogs, catalogs from music publishers and booksellers, membership lists and organizational histories, and concert programs.
Conlogue, Barbara Ann, 1928-1995
The Barbara Ann Conlogue Collection of Eleanor Steber Photographs and Clippings, circa 1935-1990 contains 383 images and eight clippings documenting the life and career of soprano Eleanor Steber. The collection includes stock publicity photographs, but is special for the many informal snapshots of Steber at various functions throughout her career. The snapshots include photographs of a television screen during broadcasts of Steber performances.
Buffalo Musicians' Association (Buffalo, N.Y.)
Buffalo Musicians' Association records dating from 1889 to the present. Bulk of collection includes meeting minutes and financial records. Collection contains materials from Local 43 (white musicians' union), Local 533 (black musicians' union), Local 92 (merger of Locals 43 and 533, still in existence), Local 649 (Hamburg, N.Y., merged with Local 92 in 1999), and general AFM records.
Bradley, Carol June
Contains the extensive research papers of music librarian Carol June Bradley, including biographical information about fifteen American music librarians, files compiled in preparation of her history of music libraries in the United States, documents pertaining to the history of the Music Library Association, teaching materials used in courses in the Music Librarianship graduate program at the University at Buffalo, collected writings by other authors about librarianship, a bibliography of song literature for singers, her research about song literature, and her personal, business-related correspondence.