Russell V. Morgan Papers
Russell V. Morgan (1893-1952) was an American music educator, former President of MENC (1930-32) and MENC Hall of Fame inductee (1996). Morgan studied music education at Northwestern University where he received a BM (1915), MM (1921), and was awarded an honorary doctorate (1936). During his career, Morgan served as an army bandmaster during World War I, a church organist, a supervisor of music in public schools, and author of articles, books and school texts on music and music education. The Russell V. Morgan Papers covers the period from 1896-1998; the bulk of the materials date from 1920-1952. The collection consists of both personal and professional papers including published and unpublished writings, speeches, correspondence, programs, photographs, clippings, and articles related to the Morgans career as a music educator, his involvement with MENC, and music education and reference materials.
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Russell V. Morgan Papers, Special Collections, University of Maryland Libraries.
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