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Frances Elliott Clark Papers

Abstract

Title:
Frances Elliott Clark Papers
Author/Creator:
Clark, Frances Elliott
Collection number:
0
Size:
7.25 Linear Feet
Bulk dates:
1911-1957
Inclusive dates:
1890-1963
Collection Area:
Special Collections in Performing Arts
Repository:
Special Collections in Performing Arts, Michelle Smith Performing Arts Library, Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center, University of Maryland, College Park, MD 20742. Contact the curator: http://www.lib.umd.edu/scpa/contact
Abstract:

Frances Elliott Clark (1860-1958), born near Angola, Indiana, taught in the public schools of Illinois and Iowa until 1903, when she became the supervisor of the Milwaukee public schools. In 1911, she became the director of the Education Department of the Victor Talking Machine Company, where she promoted the use of the phonograph in music education. A founding member of the Music Educators National Conference (now the National Association for Music Education), she presided over the annual Founder's Breakfasts, served on the executive committee, and chaired at various times the archives, necrology, and the Lowell Mason Sesquicentennial Committees. She was an officer of the NEA music section and was active in the Music Teachers National Association and the National Federation of Music Clubs. The collection consists of both personal and professional papers including published and unpublished writings, correspondence, addresses, programs, reports, memorabilia, clippings, and articles related to Clark's work as a music educator.

Important Information for Users of the Collection

Restrictions:

The collection is open for research use.

Preferred citation:

Frances Elliott Clark Papers, Special Collections, University of Maryland Libraries.

Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: http://hdl.handle.net/1903.1/1772
Publication rights:

Materials from this collection must be used in the Michelle Smith Performing Arts Library's Irving and Margery Morgan Lowens Special Collections Room, 10:00 am to 5:00 pm, Monday through Friday. Contact the curator for an appointment: http://www.lib.umd.edu/scpa/contact

Status:

This collection is PROCESSED.

Historical Note

Frances Elliott Clark (1860-1958), born near Angola, Indiana, taught in the public schools of Illinois and Iowa until 1903. In 1903, she became the supervisor of the Milwaukee public schools. In 1911, she became the director of the Education Department of the Victor Talking Machine Company, where she promoted the use of the phonograph in music education. She was a founding member of the Music Supervisors National Conference, later renamed the Music Educators National Conference and then the National Association for Music Education, where she presided over the annual Founder's Breakfasts, served on the executive committee, and chaired at various times the archives, necrology, and the Lowell Mason Sesquicentennial Committees. She was an officer of the NEA music section and was active in the Music Teachers National Association and the National Federation of Music Clubs. Dr. Clark addressed many groups and wrote numerous articles concerning music education for professional journals and newspapers.

Scope and Contents of the Collection

The Frances Elliot Clark Papers covers the period from 1890 to 1963; the bulk dates of the materials date from 1911 to 1957. The collection consists of both personal and professional papers including published and unpublished writings, correspondence, addresses, programs, reports, memorabilia, clippings, and articles related to Clark's work as a music educator, including her work with the Victor Talking Machine Company and with various music education organizations such as the National Education Association music section, the Music Teacher National Association, the National Federation of Music Clubs, and the Music Supervisors National Conference for which she was a founding member.

Custodial History and Acquisition Information

Gift of John F. Clark, grandson of Frances Elliott Clark, received in two shipments on August 1971 and June 1973.

Processing Information

Processed by:

Heather Jackson and Colleen McKnight, June 2007

Processing note:

Processing supported by the Rose Marie Grentzer Fund.

Encoded by:

EAD markup created using EAD database in Microsoft Access. Markup completed by Colleen McKnight, July 2007.

Detailed Description of the Collection

Series 1: Professional Addresses, 1906-1952 (1.75 Linear Feet)

This series contains addresses and speeches given by Clark to various organizations, clubs, and radio programs. This series has been divided into four subseries.

Subseries 1.1: RCA Victor Addresses, 1911-1934 (4 Folders)

This subseries is composed of professional addresses and speeches given by F.E. Clark in her capacity as head of the Victor Education Department. Speeches are arranged chronologically, and when appropriate, topically.

DescriptionSeriesBox / ReelFolder / FrameItem
Victor Addresses, 1911 and undatedseries 1.1box 1folder 1
"Paper Read at Detroit." Address read "few weeks after opening the Victor Dept", April 1911series 1.1box 1folder 1item 1.0
Wannamaker Address, New York. Victor's role in making America "musical center of the world", September 13, 1911series 1.1box 1folder 1item 2.0
"Appreciations and Understanding." Address given to RCA Victor Education Department. Camden, NJ, undatedseries 1.1box 1folder 1item 3.0
Victor Addresses, 1914-1924, and undatedseries 1.1box 1folder 2
Address to Victor Jobbers Convention, July 1914series 1.1box 1folder 2item 1.0
"Address at the Opening of the Victor Temple of Music." San Francisco, February 10, 1915series 1.1box 1folder 2item 2.0
"Our Educational Work-Its Status-Its Problems-Its Future." Synopsis of address given by Mrs. Frances E. Clark at the recent Educational Convention held at the Victor Offices, August 25-29, 1919series 1.1box 1folder 2item 3.0
"Talk on Educational Work." Address to the Traveling Men's Meeting regarding sales of Victor to "the Trade", September 1924series 1.1box 1folder 2item 4.0
"Ten Records as a Basic for Discrimination." Address regarding "saleability" of various records, undatedseries 1.1box 1folder 2item 5.0
Victor Dealers and Distributors Addresses, 1911-1934 and undatedseries 1.1box 1folder 3
Address given at Victor Dealers and Distributor's meeting, Bellevue-Stratford, December 1911series 1.1box 1folder 3item 1.0
"An Hour with Music Literature and Art." Address delivered to Atlantic City Show-Rooms, July 8, 1926series 1.1box 1folder 3item 2.0
"Address at Distributors Meeting." Atlantic City, NJ, June 7, 1930series 1.1box 1folder 3item 3.0
Speech at Distributors Meeting in conjunction with radio show." Chicago, June 8, 1931series 1.1box 1folder 3item 4.0
Address at Victor Distributors Meeting. Chicago, August 7, 1934series 1.1box 1folder 3item 5.0
Address at California Distributors and Dealers Meeting, undatedseries 1.1box 1folder 3item 6.0
The Victor in Public Education, 1912, 1914, and undatedseries 1.1box 1folder 4
"The Talking Machine as a Necessary Part of the Equipment in the Modern School." Address to the Department of School Administration of the NEA, Chicago, July 11, 1912series 1.1box 1folder 4item 1.0
"Education and the Victor." Address to unknown audience, 1914series 1.1box 1folder 4item 2.0
"The Talking Machine has entered the Educational field..." Address to unknown audience, undatedseries 1.1box 1folder 4item 3.0
"Folk Dances and Singing Games." Address to unknown audience, undatedseries 1.1box 1folder 4item 4.0
"Music Appreciation for Children." Address to unknown audience regarding use of Victor in schools, undatedseries 1.1box 1folder 4item 5.0

Subseries 1.2: Education and Music Organization Addresses, 1906-1952 (1.25 Linear Feet)

This subseries is composed of addresses F. E. Clark delivered to MENC, MTNA and various teachers organizations, and speeches to the National Federation of Music Clubs and other musical organizations. Also included are addresses related to music and education, including Lowell Mason speeches, given to unknown audiences. Addresses are organized by audience and than chronologically.

DescriptionSeriesBox / ReelFolder / FrameItem
MENC Addresses, 1928-1938series 1.2box 1folder 5
"Greetings my Dearly Beloved." Address at MENC. Cleveland, 1928series 1.2box 1folder 5item 1.0
"1901-1910." Address at MENC Breakfast. St. Louis, April 11, 1930series 1.2box 1folder 5item 2.0
"My dear Children...." Address at MENC Conference Banquet. St. Louis, March 29, 1938series 1.2box 1folder 5item 3.0
MENC Addresses, 1940-1947series 1.2box 1folder 6
"Attitudes, Understanding, Insights, and Appreciation that Should Develop Through Rural Music." Address at MENC. Los Angeles, 1940series 1.2box 1folder 6item 1.0
"Attitudes, Understanding, Insights, and Appreciation that Should Develop Through Rural Music." Address at MENC Rural Section. Los Angeles, 1940series 1.2box 1folder 6item 2.0
"Top o' the morning." Address at conference breakfast St. Louis, 1944series 1.2box 1folder 6item 3.0
"The Fruits of the Spirit of Keokuk." Address at Northwest Section of MENC. Seattle, 1947series 1.2box 1folder 6item 4.0
MENC Addresses, 1952series 1.2box 1folder 7
Address at MENC. Philadelphia. "The Spirit of Keokuk", 1952series 1.2box 1folder 7item 1.0
MENC Founders Breakfast, 1930-1952series 1.2box 1folder 8
Address to the Conference Breakfast, 1930series 1.2box 1folder 8item 1.0
Address at Conference Breakfast honoring the Founders. Milwaukee, April 1942series 1.2box 1folder 8item 2.0
Speech at the Founders Breakfast. Cleveland, April 1946series 1.2box 1folder 8item 3.0
"My Opening Speech at Founders Breakfast." Address at MENC. St. Louis, 1950series 1.2box 1folder 8item 4.0
Music Teachers National Association Addresses, 1930-1933series 1.2box 1folder 9
"Education through the air." Address to MTNA. St. Louis, 1930series 1.2box 1folder 9item 1.0
"Through Service to Emancipation." Address to the MTNA. Lincoln, December 27, 1933series 1.2box 1folder 9item 2.0
National Education Association Addresses, 1911-1924series 1.2box 1folder 10
Music and Americans. Address delivered at NEA meeting, San Francisco, July 1911series 1.2box 1folder 10item 1.0
"Public Schools and Our National Music." Address delivered to Music Section-NEA, 1911series 1.2box 1folder 10item 2.0
"Appreciation of Appreciation." Address to the Music Section of the NEA. St. Louis, December 7, 1923series 1.2box 1folder 10item 3.0
"School Music-1836-1886-1911-1936." Address to the Music Section of the NEA. Washington, D.C, July 3, 1924series 1.2box 1folder 10item 4.0
California Teachers' Association Addresses, 1927-1928series 1.2box 2folder 1
"Music Appreciation: Leaven or Garnish." Address to the California State Supervisors' Conference. Long Beach, CA, February 18, 1927series 1.2box 2folder 1item 1.0
Music in Education for World Peace. Address to the California State Teachers' Association. Los Angeles, December 20, 1928series 1.2box 2folder 1item 2.0
Indiana State Teachers Association, 1920-1935series 1.2box 2folder 2
Address to Music Section of the Indiana State Teachers' Association. Regarding benefits of school music education, December, 1920series 1.2box 2folder 2item 1.0
"Newer Aspects in Music Appreciation." Address to the Music Section of the Indiana State Teachers Association. Indianapolis, October 22, 1925series 1.2box 2folder 2item 2.0
"They Have Ears to Hear and Hear Not." Address to North Central Indiana Teachers Association. South Bend, IN, October 16, 1926series 1.2box 2folder 2item 3.0
"The New Day." Address to the Indiana State Teachers Association regarding the "machine age." Indianapolis, October 20-22, 1932series 1.2box 2folder 2item 4.0
"The Place, Purpose and Function of Music in Education." Address to the North Central Music Educators Conference. Indianapolis, March 1935series 1.2box 2folder 2item 5.0
Iowa State Teachers Addresses, 1906-1931, and undatedseries 1.2box 2folder 3
Address to Iowa State Teachers. Regarding music as the universal language, 1906series 1.2box 2folder 3item 1.0
"The use of the Victrola in the large High School." Paper read by Frances Wright, Supervisor of Music Public Schools. Des Moines, February 10, 1912series 1.2box 2folder 3item 2.0
"The Inter-Relation and Inter-Dependence of Records and Radio." Address to North Central Music Supervisors Conference. Des Moines, April 15, 1931series 1.2box 2folder 3item 3.0
"The Place of Music in a Twentieth Century Education." Address delivered to unknown audience of educators. Ottumwa, Iowa, undatedseries 1.2box 2folder 3item 4.0
Wisconsin State Teachers Addresses, 1910-1922series 1.2box 2folder 4
Address to Wisconsin State Teachers' Association. Regarding rapid changes in school music education, 1910series 1.2box 2folder 4item 1.0
"Practical Value of Music." Address to the Wisconsin State Teachers' Association. Milwaukee, November 9, 1922series 1.2box 2folder 4item 2.0
Various State Teacher Association Addresses, 1921-1935series 1.2box 2folder 5
"A Square Deal for the Country Child." Address to the North Carolina State Teachers' Association, November 24, 1921series 1.2box 2folder 5item 1.0
"Speech for State Education Association." Address to the Texas State Education Association. Houston, December 1, 1922series 1.2box 2folder 5item 2.0
"In the light of Modern Education." Address to the Missouri State Teachers Conference. Kirksville, MO, October 24, 1928series 1.2box 2folder 5item 3.0
"Making Bricks Without Straw." Address to the New Jersey State Teachers Association, April 11, 1933series 1.2box 2folder 5item 4.0
"Widening Horizons in Music." Address to the Rhode Island State Teachers' Association. Providence. NOTE: Same address may have also been delivered in East Orange and in Philadelphia to MTNA as copies are marked to indicate this, 1935series 1.2box 2folder 5item 5.0
Philadelphia Music Teachers Association, 1918-1943, and undatedseries 1.2box 2folder 6
"The War is over." Delivered to Philadelphia Music Teachers Association, November 1918series 1.2box 2folder 6item 1.0
"Beauty in Literature Art, and Music." Delivered to Philadelphia Supervisors' Club, March 10, 1938series 1.2box 2folder 6item 2.0
"In Memoriam to George Lindsay." Delivered to the Philadelphia In and About Club, 1943series 1.2box 2folder 6item 3.0
Introduction of J.F. Cooke delivered to Philadelphia Supervisors' Club, undatedseries 1.2box 2folder 6item 4.0
Supervisors' Meeting Addresses- Eastern Conference, 1926, 1931series 1.2box 2folder 7
"From Buckwheat Notes to Symphonic Poem." Address to the Eastern Supervisors' Conference. Atlantic City, NJ, March 11, 1926series 1.2box 2folder 7item 1.0
"The Development of Musical Culture in America." Address to the Eastern Supervisors' Conference. Syracuse, NY, March 20, 1931series 1.2box 2folder 7item 2.0
Regional Supervisors' Conferences Addresses, 1919-1932series 1.2box 2folder 8
"There are at least three ways...." Address to the Supervisors' Meeting. St. Louis, 1919series 1.2box 2folder 8item 1.0
"An Appreciation." Address to the Superintendents' Conference. Kansas City, March 1925series 1.2box 2folder 8item 2.0
"Mr. President, Fellow Martyrs...." Address to the Supervisors' National Conference. Kansas City, March 28, 1925series 1.2box 2folder 8item 3.0
"The Fourth Musician." Address to the Southern Music Supervisors' Conference. Tulsa, March 3, 1927series 1.2box 2folder 8item 4.0
"A Balanced Program of School Music." Address to the Southwestern Supervisors' Conference, April 3, 1929series 1.2box 2folder 8item 5.0
"Founders Service." Address to the Silver Anniversary Meeting of the Music Supervisors National Conference, April 3, 1932series 1.2box 2folder 8item 6.0
"In Memoriam: Robert Foreman." Address to the In and About Supervisors' Club. Montclair, NJ, November 19, 1932series 1.2box 2folder 8item 7.0
Various Educational Organizations Addresses, 1927-1940series 1.2box 2folder 9
The Golden Age of the Desire for Music. Address delivered at World Federation of Education meeting. Toronto, August 1927series 1.2box 2folder 9item 1.0
Address delivered to National Education, Recreation, and Playground Association. Salem, June 26, 1930series 1.2box 2folder 9item 2.0
"The Fine Arts in the Education of Youth." Address to the Members of the Academy of Fine Arts. Richmond, November 23, 1932series 1.2box 2folder 9item 3.0
"The Educational and Cultural Value of Music." Address to the Ethical Society, January 11, 1932series 1.2box 2folder 9item 4.0
"Music in Education." Address to the Philadelphia In and About University Club, November 2, 1940series 1.2box 2folder 9item 5.0
National Federation of Music Clubs Addresses, 1911-1923, and undatedseries 1.2box 3folder 1
"To the Members of Clubs in the National Federation." Address delivered National Federation of Music Clubs. Philadelphia, 1911series 1.2box 3folder 1item 1.0
"Music in Education." Address delivered to National Federation of Music Clubs. St. Louis, November 9, 1921series 1.2box 3folder 1item 2.0
"Play Any Instrument In the Orchestra, But Play Something for The House That We All Want to Build." Address to the Federation, April 27, 1923series 1.2box 3folder 1item 3.0
"Beginnings." Handwritten address to the NFMC, undatedseries 1.2box 3folder 1item 4.0
"From Noah to Bach: the Beginnings of Music." Revised address to the NFMC, undatedseries 1.2box 3folder 1item 5.0
"Music in Education." Address to the NFMC, undatedseries 1.2box 3folder 1item 6.0
National Federation of Music Clubs "Genesis" Address, 1951series 1.2box 3folder 2
The Genesis of the National Federation of Music Clubs. Address delivered National Federation of Music Clubs. St. Louis, 1951series 1.2box 3folder 2item 1.0
NFMC- Matinee Musical Club Addresses, 1924-1943, and undatedseries 1.2box 3folder 3
Address delivered National Federation of Music Clubs-Junior Matinee Musical Club. Philadelphia, December 6, 1924series 1.2box 3folder 3item 1.0
"Presenting Miss Elizabeth Burchenal." Address delivered to NFMC-Matinee Musical Club Luncheon. Philadelphia, December 13, 1932series 1.2box 3folder 3item 2.0
"Fiftieth Anniversary of the Matinee Musical Club." Address to the NFMC-Matinee Musical Club. Philadelphia, 1943series 1.2box 3folder 3item 3.0
"Sketchy Notes." Address to the NFMC-Matinee Musical Club. Philadelphia, undatedseries 1.2box 3folder 3item 4.0
"Three Hundred Years of American Music." Address to the NFMC-Matinee Musical Club. Philadelphia, undatedseries 1.2box 3folder 3item 5.0
Musical Organizations/Clubs Addresses, 1918-1948, and undatedseries 1.2box 3folder 4
Address delivered to the Folk Dance Society. Philadelphia, 1918series 1.2box 3folder 4item 1.0
"The Message of the Schools." Address delivered to the New York Society of Arts and Sciences, January 21, 1923series 1.2box 3folder 4item 2.0
"Second Annual Festival." Address delivered to American Society of Ancient Instruments. Philadelphia, April 5, 1938series 1.2box 3folder 4item 3.0
Address delivered to the Music Merchants, February 1948series 1.2box 3folder 4item 4.0
"Womanhood and Music in World Crisis." Address delivered to Sigma Alpha Iota Dinner, undatedseries 1.2box 3folder 4item 5.0
Possible address about the Academy of Music in Philadelphia, undatedseries 1.2box 3folder 4item 6.0
Lowell Mason Addresses- unknown audiences, 1942 and undatedseries 1.2box 3folder 5
"Our American Music in the Making: Lowell Mason 1792-1942." Address delivered to unknown audience, 1942series 1.2box 3folder 5item 1.0
"Singing School Ways Recalled: The Hundredth Anniversary of Dr. Lowell Mason's Birth Celebrated." Address to unknown audience, undatedseries 1.2box 3folder 5item 2.0
Music Education Addresses- unknown audiences, 1911-c.1945, and undatedseries 1.2box 3folder 6
"Music in Public Schools." Address delivered to unknown audience, August 1911series 1.2box 3folder 6item 1.0
"The very thought of music of the right sort." Address delivered to unknown audience, October 16, 1919series 1.2box 3folder 6item 2.0
"Basic Principles of All Forms of Art Shown Thru Music Materials." Address to unknown audience, May 28, 1929series 1.2box 3folder 6item 3.0
"Music in education...Education in music." Address to unknown audience, c.1935-1945series 1.2box 3folder 6item 4.0
"Music in Education." Address to unknown audience, undatedseries 1.2box 3folder 6item 5.0
Music Appreciation Excerpts, undatedseries 1.2box 3folder 7
"It is a great pleasure to meet so many of you who are on the Firing Line...", undatedseries 1.2box 3folder 7item 1.0
"Excerpts", undatedseries 1.2box 3folder 7item 2.0
"or fevers or wild jibberings...", undatedseries 1.2box 3folder 7item 3.0
"Life is a rhythm", undatedseries 1.2box 3folder 7item 4.0
"Making Music a Part of the Being in the High School Announcement." Excerpts, undatedseries 1.2box 3folder 7item 5.0
Undated addresses to unknown audiences [Folder 1 of 3], undatedseries 1.2box 3folder 8
"Attitude of Supervisors Toward Teachers and Principals." Address to unknown audience, undatedseries 1.2box 3folder 8item 1.0
"To begin the education of a child properly..." Address to unknown audience, undatedseries 1.2box 3folder 8item 2.0
"Conducting." Address to unknown audience, undatedseries 1.2box 3folder 8item 3.0
"A crisis in phonograph recordings for audience education." Address to unknown audience, undatedseries 1.2box 3folder 8item 4.0
"The discussion as to the relative value of the technical and the artistic..." Address to unknown audience, undatedseries 1.2box 3folder 8item 5.0
"Education is and has always been..." Address to unknown audience, undatedseries 1.2box 3folder 8item 6.0
"England." Address to unknown audience, undatedseries 1.2box 3folder 8item 7.0
"Friends of Music!" Address to unknown audience, undatedseries 1.2box 3folder 8item 8.0
Undated addresses to unknown audiences [Folder 2 of 3], undatedseries 1.2box 3folder 9
"The oratorio had its beginning..." Address to unknown audience, undatedseries 1.2box 3folder 9item 1.0
"Order of Shakespeare." Address to unknown audience regarding music and Shakespeare, undatedseries 1.2box 3folder 9item 2.0
"The Settling of the Massachusetts Bay Colonies" Address to unknown audience, undatedseries 1.2box 3folder 9item 3.0
"Stephen Collins Foster." Address to unknown audience. Partially handwritten, undatedseries 1.2box 3folder 9item 4.0
Undated addresses to unknown audiences [Folder 3 of 3], undatedseries 1.2box 3folder 10
"Theodore Presser has gone:" Address to unknown audience, undatedseries 1.2box 3folder 10item 1.0
"Two busy business men..." Address to unknown audience, undatedseries 1.2box 3folder 10item 2.0
"Wagner." Address to unknown audience, undatedseries 1.2box 3folder 10item 3.0
"The whole idea of education..." Address to unknown audience, undatedseries 1.2box 3folder 10item 4.0
"Why are There So Many Thousands of People Who Know Music?" Address to unknown audience, undatedseries 1.2box 3folder 10item 5.0
"Why Belong?" Address to unknown audience, undatedseries 1.2box 3folder 10item 6.0
"Woman in Music." Address to unknown audience, undatedseries 1.2box 3folder 10item 7.0
"Women in Music as a Vocation." Address to unknown audience, undatedseries 1.2box 3folder 10item 8.0
Page 7 of an address regarding the "resourceful" music teacher, rest of address is missing, undatedseries 1.2box 3folder 10item 9.0

Subseries 1.3: Other Organization Addresses, 1912-1945 (0.25 Linear Feet)

This subseries includes addresses delivered to women's, men's and children's organizations that are not education-specific.

DescriptionSeriesBox / ReelFolder / FrameItem
Addresses to women's organizations, 1912-1933, and undatedseries 1.3box 4folder 1
"Training the Ear in Music Before School Age." Address at the 16th Child Welfare Conference and National Congress of Mothers and Parent Teacher Associations. St. Louis, March 20-25, 1912series 1.3box 4folder 1item 1.0
Lecture-Recital: Music, Literature and Art in Rural Communities. Program with lecture notes. Pennsylvania State Federation of Women. Erie, October 18, 1917series 1.3box 4folder 1item 2.0
"Music in Education." Address to the Federation of Women's Clubs. Hot Springs, AK, May 2, 1918series 1.3box 4folder 1item 3.0
"Music and the Child." Address to the Music Section of the Camden Woman's Club. Camden, NJ, January 21, 1924series 1.3box 4folder 1item 4.0
"Music in Country Lanes." Address to the Farm Women's State Organization at the Illinois Farmers Institute. Dixon, IL, February 24, 1924series 1.3box 4folder 1item 5.0
"Musical Moments with Foreign Mothers- A Minor Musical Project." Address to the Pennsylvania Society of Farm Women. Harrisburg, January 21, 1930series 1.3box 4folder 1item 6.0
Musical address to the YWCA-Crescendo Club. Atlantic City, NJ, January 18, 1933series 1.3box 4folder 1item 7.0
Extract of an address from the Minutes of the 15th Biennial Council of the National Society of the Colonial Dames of America, undatedseries 1.3box 4folder 1item 8.0
Addresses to rural organizations, 1924, 1926, and undatedseries 1.3box 4folder 2
"Music in Country Lanes." Address to the Illinois Farmers Institute. Dixon, IL, February 24, 1924series 1.3box 4folder 2item 1.0
"Music in the Rural Schools." Address to the Rural Section of MENC. Detroit, April 15, 1926series 1.3box 4folder 2item 2.0
"Music, Literature and Art in the Rural Community." Address to unknown rural organization, undatedseries 1.3box 4folder 2item 3.0
Addresses to children's organizations, 1941-1945series 1.3box 4folder 3
"Music in Character Building-Youth-Beauty-Spirituality." Address to the Girls' High School. Philadelphia, October 23, 1941series 1.3box 4folder 3item 1.0
"Instruments." and "Dedication." Address to the American Society of Ancient Instruments- Children's Concert, December 1, 1941series 1.3box 4folder 3item 2.0
"Greetings." Address to South High School. Salt Lake City, September 4, 1945series 1.3box 4folder 3item 3.0
Addresses to men's organizations, undatedseries 1.3box 4folder 4
"Mrs. Clark's Lecture." Address to the Rotary Club. Baltimore, undatedseries 1.3box 4folder 4item 1.0

Subseries 1.4: Broadcast Addresses, 1935-1948 (1 Folder)

This subseries contains addresses delivered as radio broadcasts.

DescriptionSeriesBox / ReelFolder / FrameItem
Broadcast Addresses, 1935-1948series 1.4box 4folder 5
Broadcast for Sinfonietta. Philadelphia, February 21, 1935series 1.4box 4folder 5item 1.0
Broadcast for "The Centennial of Music in Education-KYW." St. Louis, January 22, 1938series 1.4box 4folder 5item 2.0
Broadcast for Pierre V. Keys' "Hour", January 27, 1938series 1.4box 4folder 5item 3.0
Broadcast for "Magic Key." St. Louis, March 26, 1938series 1.4box 4folder 5item 4.0
Broadcast for "Music Competition." Salt Lake City, June 21, 1948series 1.4box 4folder 5item 5.0

Series 2: Professional Writings, 1900-1947 (1.25 Linear Feet)

This series contains F.E. Clark's professional writing. It has been divided into two subseries.

Subseries 2.1: Published Writings, 1900-1947 (0.75 Linear Feet)

Includes articles about music education and the role of the phonograph in education, pamphlets, and bound instructional materials, including her series entitled A Course of Lessons in Public School Music.

DescriptionSeriesBox / ReelFolder / FrameItem
Music in Public Schools-published articles, 1911-1938, and undatedseries 2.1box 4folder 1
Clark, F.E. "Music in the Public Schools." School Board Journal, March 19, 1911series 2.1box 4folder 1item 1.0
Clark, F.E. "Music in the Schools." Drafts/revisions of article published in School Board Journal, March 19, 1911series 2.1box 4folder 1item 2.0
Clark, F.E. "The educational world has long understood...." published in The Talking Machine World, 1912series 2.1box 4folder 1item 3.0
"A New Profession" Musical America, 1922series 2.1box 4folder 1item 4.0
Clark, F.E. "Appreciation of Appreciation." The School and Community, 1923series 2.1box 4folder 1item 5.0
Clark, F.E. "Urges National Training School for Supervisors." Musical America, March 3, 1923series 2.1box 4folder 1item 6.0
Clark, F.E. "The Function of the Victrola in Public School Music." The Paducah Evening Sun, November 30, 1923series 2.1box 4folder 1item 7.0
Clark, F.E. "Music Appreciation Leaven or Garnish." Public School Music Bulletin, 1927series 2.1box 4folder 1item 8.0
Clark, F.E. "Federal Recognition of Fine Arts in Education." Music Educators Journal 25, no. 3, 1938series 2.1box 4folder 1item 9.0
Clark, F.E. "A World Brotherhood Through Music." Journal of the National Education Association, undatedseries 2.1box 4folder 1item 10.0
Clark, F.E. "Through Rhythm and Song." Unknown journal, undatedseries 2.1box 4folder 1item 11.0
Instructional Publications-Music Education, 1900-ca.1920, and undatedseries 2.1box 4folder 2
Clark, F.E. A Handbook of Music. Des Moines, Iowa: F.L. Douglass, 1900series 2.1box 4folder 2item 1.0
Clark, F.E. Prospectus of Public School Music Course. Siegel-Myers Correspondence School of Music. Chicago, IL, 1911series 2.1box 4folder 2item 2.0
Clark, F.E.. Siegel Myers Correspondence School of Music materials. Including sample lesson, long catalog with testimonials, and short catalog, ca.1911series 2.1box 4folder 2item 3.0
The Musical Monitor courses of study listings, ca.1920sseries 2.1box 4folder 2item 4.0
University Extension Conservatory materials. Chicago, IL, undatedseries 2.1box 4folder 2item 5.0
Journal reprints of addresses, 1926-1947, and undatedseries 2.1box 4folder 3
Clark, F.E. "From Buckwheat Notes to the Symphonic Poem." The Musician, 1926series 2.1box 4folder 3item 1.0
Clark, F.E. "They Have Ears to Hear and Hear Not." Music Supervisors Journal 13, no. 2, 1926series 2.1box 4folder 3item 2.0
Clark, F.E. "Bird's Eye View of Radio in Education." Cooperative School Bulletin. Draft and published version, 1930series 2.1box 4folder 3item 3.0
"The Message of Beauty." The Iris Leaflet. Original poem and published version, 1941series 2.1box 4folder 3item 4.0
Clark, F.E. "The Fruits of the "Spirit of Keokuk", 1947series 2.1box 4folder 3item 5.0
Clark, F.E. "The Educational Department makes its best courtesy..." Published in unknown publication. Draft, undatedseries 2.1box 4folder 3item 6.0
A Course of Lessons in Public School Music. Nos. 1-25, bound. Siegel-Myers Correspondence School of Music, 1911series 2.1box 5folder 1
A Course of Lessons in Public School Music. Nos. 26-50, bound. Siegel-Myers Correspondence School of Music, 1911series 2.1box 5folder 2
A Course of Lessons in Public School Music. Nos. 51-75, bound. Siegel-Myers Correspondence School of Music, 1911series 2.1box 5folder 3
A Course of Lessons in Public School Music. Nos. 76-100, bound. Siegel-Myers Correspondence School of Music, 1911series 2.1box 5folder 4

Subseries 2.2: Unpublished Manuscripts, Undated (0.50 Linear Feet)

Contains two unpublished manuscripts by F.E. Clark: Music In Education As I Have Lived It and America's Song.

DescriptionSeriesBox / ReelFolder / Frame
Music In Education As I Have Lived It [Folder 1 of 2], undatedseries 2.2box 6folder 1
Music In Education As I Have Lived It [Folder 2 of 2], undatedseries 2.2box 6folder 2
America's Song. Leather bound manuscript with marginalia, undatedseries 2.2box 6folder 3

Series 3: Personal Writings, 1939-1943 (0.25 Linear Feet)

This series contains personal writings and notes by F.E. Clark that were never intended to be published. They consist of personal notes and sketches made by F.E. Clark related to her reports and speeches, and poems and songs written by F.E. Clark, the majority of which are undated.

DescriptionSeriesBox / ReelFolder / FrameItem
Handwritten notes and sketches, undated series 3box 7folder 1
Handwritten notes and note cards for lectures and speeches, undated series 3box 7folder 1item 1.0
Miscellaneous notes, undated series 3box 7folder 1item 2.0
Handwritten notes and lists regarding Lowell Mason, undated series 3box 7folder 1item 3.0
Poems [Folder 1 of 2], 1941-1943, and undated series 3box 7folder 2
"A Patriot", undated series 3box 7folder 2item 1.0
"A Song of Joy", undated series 3box 7folder 2item 2.0
"America's Song", 1943 series 3box 7folder 2item 3.0
"An Easter Ode to My Dear Children of the MENC", undated series 3box 7folder 2item 4.0
"Blue Lupin", undated series 3box 7folder 2item 5.0
"Collect." Poem written for the Founders of MENC, undated series 3box 7folder 2item 6.0
"Dedication." Poem written for the first Young People's Concert, 1941 series 3box 7folder 2item 7.0
"Gypsy Fiddler", undated series 3box 7folder 2item 8.0
"Gypsying", undated series 3box 7folder 2item 9.0
"Here's the Health to You." Handwritten poem "to our accompanist leaving teaching to enter University", undated series 3box 7folder 2item 10.0
"Howdy", undated series 3box 7folder 2item 11.0
"If Radio's Slim Fingers Can Pluck a Melody From Night", undated series 3box 7folder 2item 12.0
"If the Vanquished Warriors Bow", undated series 3box 7folder 2item 13.0
"In a Rope of Mist", undated series 3box 7folder 2item 14.0
"June", undated series 3box 7folder 2item 15.0
"Tit Tat Toe", undated series 3box 7folder 2item 16.0
"Listen My Children; You Have Heard." Poem for the banquet of National Institute Chicago, 1942 series 3box 7folder 2item 17.0
Poems [Folder 2 of 2], 1939-1942, and undated series 3box 7folder 3
"Monmouth, Illinois." Poem labeled Kirkpatrick and Alexander Attorneys at Law, undated series 3box 7folder 3item 1.0
"Say Not Welcome When We Come", undated series 3box 7folder 3item 2.0
"Silver Flutes of April", undated series 3box 7folder 3item 3.0
"The American Flag", undated series 3box 7folder 3item 4.0
"The Matinee Musical Club", 1939 series 3box 7folder 3item 5.0
"The Message of Beauty." Poem read at the Girls' High School. Philadelphia, 1942 series 3box 7folder 3item 6.0
"The Trail to the Sunset's a Wonderful Place." Poem for the Conference Breakfast Honoring the Founders, 1942 series 3box 7folder 3item 7.0
"To the Twenty Year Founders of the MENC", undated series 3box 7folder 3item 8.0
"Toast to Indiana", undated series 3box 7folder 3item 9.0
"Twas a Beautiful Day", undated series 3box 7folder 3item 10.0
"Vive l'Amour" A toast for MENC, undated series 3box 7folder 3item 11.0
"When in the Dim Silence, Sleep One May Relax", undated series 3box 7folder 3item 12.0
"Yellow Roses in the Rain", undated series 3box 7folder 3item 13.0
"You are a Lu Lu and I am Your Steady", undated series 3box 7folder 3item 14.0
"Your Billet Doux Came Albeit Tardily." Poem for the 36th wedding anniversary of Ned and Miriam Garrigues, undated series 3box 7folder 3item 15.0
Songs, undated series 3box 7folder 4
"Class Song", undated series 3box 7folder 4item 1.0
"My Psalm", undated series 3box 7folder 4item 2.0
"The Sweet Red Rose", undated series 3box 7folder 4item 3.0
"Comrade Rest! Thy Song is Ended", undated series 3box 7folder 4item 4.0
"We are Young Christian Soldiers", undated series 3box 7folder 4item 5.0

Series 4: Correspondence, 1893-1961 (1.50 Linear Feet)

This series consist of correspondence written by and received by F.E. Clark and correspondence between third parties that discuss F.E. Clark and her work. It has been divided into six subseries:

Subseries 4.1: RCA Victor Professional Correspondence, 1910-1946 (0.25 Linear Feet)

This series largely contains correspondence to and from F.E. Clark regarding her work with RCA Victor and the use of the phonograph in education. Some correspondence is written by third parties and relates to F.E. Clark's work with RCA Victor. The subseries is organized by topic and then chronologically.

DescriptionSeriesBox / ReelFolder / FrameItem
Victor Talking Machine Correspondence, 1911-1946series 4.1box 8folder 1
Geissler, Louis. Letter to distributors announcing F.E. Clark's promotion to head of Victor's Educational Department, 1911series 4.1box 8folder 1item 1.0
Hollis E. Dann. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding her promotion, April 21, 1911series 4.1box 8folder 1item 2.0
Stauffer, Vernon. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding her promotion, April 29, 1911series 4.1box 8folder 1item 3.0
Lehman, J.B. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding her promotion, May 3, 1911series 4.1box 8folder 1item 4.0
Bispham, David. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding Victor's terms of work, September 6, 1911series 4.1box 8folder 1item 5.0
Protheroe, Daniel. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding composition competition, October 30, 1911series 4.1box 8folder 1item 6.0
Letter to Maude Adams, unsigned Educational Department, January 25, 1913series 4.1box 8folder 1item 7.0
Clark, Alfred. Letter to Louis Geissler regarding effect upon the public, August 27, 1913series 4.1box 8folder 1item 8.0
Geissler, Louis. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding correspondence, October 28, 1914series 4.1box 8folder 1item 9.0
Buxton, C.B. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding shipment, December 31, 1914series 4.1box 8folder 1item 10.0
Excerpt from Letter of Elizabeth O'Connor, March 15, 1915series 4.1box 8folder 1item 11.0
Clark, F.E. Victor Talking Machine Company. Letter to L.F. Geissler, regarding letters from Everett Worthington, April 2, 1915series 4.1box 8folder 1item 12.0
Geissler, Louis. Victor Talking Machine Company. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding San Francisco Exhibition, November 30, 1915series 4.1box 8folder 1item 13.0
Excerpt from letters of Elizabeth O'Connor and Edith Rhetts regarding F.E. Clark's personality, April 17, 1920series 4.1box 8folder 1item 14.0
Dykema, Peter. Teachers College, Columbia University. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding honorarium from Victor, September 3, 1926series 4.1box 8folder 1item 15.0
Excerpt from Letter of Ada Bicking regarding F.E. Clark's letters. Educational Department, Victor Talking Machine Company, March 22, 1927series 4.1box 8folder 1item 16.0
Excerpt from letter from Edith Rhetts regarding F.E. Clark's Department, July 4, 1927series 4.1box 8folder 1item 17.0
Mills, William. National Association of Music Merchants, Incorporated. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding One Billionth Record celebration, October 22, 1946series 4.1box 8folder 1item 18.0
RCA Victor Correspondence with Everett Worthington, 1914-1915series 4.1box 8folder 2
Worthington, Everett. Western Union Night Letter to F.E. Clark, December 21, 1914series 4.1box 8folder 2item 1.0
Worthington, Everett. Handwritten Letter to F.E. Clark, San Francisco, February 13, 1915series 4.1box 8folder 2item 2.0
Worthington, Everett. Victor Talking Machine Company. Letter to F.E. Clark, March 1, 1915series 4.1box 8folder 2item 3.0
Worthington, Everett. Victor Talking Machine Company. Letter to F.E. Clark, March 27, 1915series 4.1box 8folder 2item 4.0
Worthington, Everett. Western Union. Telegram to F.E. Clark, March 29, 1915series 4.1box 8folder 2item 5.0
Worthington, Everett. Victor Talking Machine Company, March 31, 1915series 4.1box 8folder 2item 6.0
Worthington, Everett. Victor Talking Machine Company. Letter to F.E. Clark, April 1, 1915series 4.1box 8folder 2item 7.0
Worthington, Everett. Victor Talking Machine Company. Letter to F.E. Clark, April 2,1915series 4.1box 8folder 2item 8.0
Worthington, Everett. Victor Talking Machine Company. Letter to F.E. Clark, April 5, 1915series 4.1box 8folder 2item 9.0
Worthington, Everett. Victor Talking Machine Company. Letter to F.E. Clark, April 6, 1915series 4.1box 8folder 2item 10.0
Phonograph in Education Correspondence, 1911-1948, and undatedseries 4.1box 8folder 3
Inskeep, Alice. Board of Education. Letter to F.E. Clark requesting a list of school appropriate Victrola records, April 3, 1911series 4.1box 8folder 3item 1.0
Cooley, R.L. The Peninsula Fruit Farm. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding using Victrola outdoors, April 18,1911series 4.1box 8folder 3item 2.0
Keith, Royston. The Talking Machine Company. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding letters of endorsement from principals, April 26, 1911series 4.1box 8folder 3item 3.0
Bispham, David. Handwritten letter to F.E. Clark regarding singing in "good English", June 10, 1911series 4.1box 8folder 3item 4.0
Finck, Henry. Handwritten letter to F.E. Clark regarding article on using the Victrola in the classroom. An undated handwritten letter from Fred Clark accompanies this letter, June 14, 1911series 4.1box 8folder 3item 5.0
Edson, Charles. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding records for public schools, September 26, 1911series 4.1box 8folder 3item 6.0
Smith, Constance Barlow. Urbana, Illinois. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding recommending Victrola to highest grades, March 9, 1912series 4.1box 8folder 3item 7.0
Rix, Frank. Department of Education-City of New York. Handwritten letter to F.E. Clark regarding $5000 budge for phonographs in schools, September 21, 1912series 4.1box 8folder 3item 8.0
Hull, Harry. John Winthrop School. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding her worth to the Victor Company, October 28, 1912series 4.1box 8folder 3item 9.0
Geissler, Louis. Victor Talking Machine Company. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding use of Rix letter in Voice of the Victor, March 27, 1914series 4.1box 8folder 3item 10.0
Geissler, Louis. Victor Talking Machine Company. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding letter to dealers, May 20, 1915series 4.1box 8folder 3item 11.0
Geissler, Louis. Victor Talking Machine Company. Letter to F.E. Clark thanking her for work at the Victor Educational Day, July 18, 1916series 4.1box 8folder 3item 12.0
Hale, Florence, Agent for Rural Education. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding her work for use of the Victor in rural schools, March 21, 1927series 4.1box 8folder 3item 13.0
Thompson, J.M. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding Miss Streeter visit to schools to discuss Victor Talking Machine, February 12, 1928series 4.1box 8folder 3item 14.0
Dunham, Frank. Handwritten letter to F.E. Clark regarding RCA Victor contributions to the nation, April 20, 1944series 4.1box 8folder 3item 15.0
Josephine, G. Radio Corporation of America. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding education recording ban at Victor Company, October 20, 1948series 4.1box 8folder 3item 16.0
Clark, F.E. "Note." Note regarding Mr. Geissler's vision for recorded music in schools, undatedseries 4.1box 8folder 3item 17.0
Clark, F.E. Victor Talking Machine Company. Letter in response to letter of inquiry requesting information about Victrola in schools, undatedseries 4.1box 8folder 3item 18.0
Third Party Phonograph in Education Correspondence, 1910-1929series 4.1box 8folder 4
Gilbert, O.G. Letter to Gimbel Brothers regarding educational orchestral records, June 1, 1910series 4.1box 8folder 4item 1.0
Lake, W.J. The American School Board Journal. Letter to Victor Talking Machine Advertising regarding music in the public schools, March 13, 1911series 4.1box 8folder 4item 2.0
Shartle, H.J. Letter to Louis Geissler regarding F.E. Clark's talk at Philadelphia Normal School, November 1, 1911series 4.1box 8folder 4item 3.0
Miller, Henry. Letter to Victor Talking Machine Company regarding F.E. Clark's lecture and Victrola demonstration, December 14, 1911series 4.1box 8folder 4item 4.0
Unknown Author. Letter to Clarence Meleney regarding talking machine adoption in Brooklyn Public Schools, May 6, 1913series 4.1box 8folder 4item 5.0
Rix, Frank. Letter to Gustave Straubenmuller regarding adding Victor Talking Machine to supply list, 1914series 4.1box 8folder 4item 6.0
Grubbs, H.C. Letter to George Kiley regarding sales and promotion of Victrolas by F.E. Clark, October 2, 1929series 4.1box 8folder 4item 7.0
RCA Victor European trip, 1928series 4.1box 8folder 5
Unsigned. The Gramophone Company Ltd. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding visit to London, May 11, 1928series 4.1box 8folder 5item 1.0
Unsigned. The Gramophone Company Ltd. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding hotels in London, May 11, 1928series 4.1box 8folder 5item 2.0
Directeur General. Cie Francaise du Gramophone. Letter regarding visit to school music class, June 11, 1928series 4.1box 8folder 5item 3.0
Gaisberg, F.W. Cie Francaise du Gramophone. Letter to Alfred Cortot arranging school visit for F.E. Clark, June 12, 1928series 4.1box 8folder 5item 4.0
Directeur General. Cie Francaise du Gramophone. Letter regarding authorization to visit school music class at the Prefecture de la Seine, June 14, 1928series 4.1box 8folder 5item 5.0
Scholes, Percy A. Letters to F.E. Clark while she was in London, June-July 1928series 4.1box 8folder 5item 6.0
Scholes, Percy. Telegraphs to F.E. Clark regarding American British dinner in London and arrangements for conference, 1928series 4.1box 8folder 5item 7.0
Horner, Eddie. Royal Academy of Music. Letter regarding attending an R.A.M. function, June 27, 1928series 4.1box 8folder 5item 8.0
Mayer, Robert. Orchestral Concerts for Children. Letter regarding "field day", June 28, 1928series 4.1box 8folder 5item 9.0
Robertson, Alec. The Gramophone Company Ltd. Letter regarding hotel accommodations in London, July 22, 1928series 4.1box 8folder 5item 10.0
Correspondence regarding Lausanne Meeting, 1931, 1933series 4.1box 8folder 6
Letters from "Paul" to F.E. Clark written on board the S.S. Leviathan, regarding Inga Hill, meetings in Lausanne, and visits in London, 1931series 4.1box 8folder 6item 1.0
Terramare Office-Music Department. Berlin. Letter regarding list of music festivals in Germany in 1931, May 15, 1931series 4.1box 8folder 6item 2.0
Rosshirt, Hanns. Letter to Paul Weaver regarding attendance at Anglo-American Music Conference-Lausanne, June 5, 1931series 4.1box 8folder 6item 3.0
Calciolari, O. Cornell University Department of Music. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding enclosed documents related to Lausanne Meeting. Lausanne letter from Paul Weaver, June 8, 1931series 4.1box 8folder 6item 4.0
Weaver, Paul. Cornell University Department of Music. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding Lausanne Conference in 1931, June 27, 1933series 4.1box 8folder 6item 5.0

Subseries 4.2: MENC/MTNA Correspondence, 1909-1961 (0.50 Linear feet)

This subseries deals with correspondence to, from, and about F.E. Clark relating to her work with MENC and MTNA. Included are correspondence about the MENC Founder's Association and Breakfast, correspondence related to the creation of the MENC archives, varied correspondence with Charles Buttelman, and correspondence, including reports, related to F.E. Clark's work with various committees.

DescriptionSeriesBox / ReelFolder / FrameItem
American Songs/Library of Congress, 1909-1914series 4.2box 9folder 1
The Star Spangled Banner, Hail Columbia, America, and Yankee Doodle, 1909series 4.2box 9folder 1item 1.0
Letter to F.E. Clark from Library of Congress, 1913series 4.2box 9folder 1item 2.0
Letter to F.E. Clark from Library of Congress, 1914series 4.2box 9folder 1item 3.0
Letter to F.E. Clark from Library of Congress, 1914series 4.2box 9folder 1item 4.0
MENC/Julliard Foundation, 1920series 4.2box 9folder 2
Dykema, P.W. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding Julliard money, September 23, 1920series 4.2box 9folder 2item 1.0
Commissioner-Department of the Interior, Bureau of Education. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding Julliard money, September 23, 1920series 4.2box 9folder 2item 2.0
Miller, C.H. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding Julliard money, September 23, 1920series 4.2box 9folder 2item 3.0
McConathy, Osbourne. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding Julliard money, September 23, 1920series 4.2box 9folder 2item 4.0
Farnsworth, Charles. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding Julliard money, September 24, 1920series 4.2box 9folder 2item 5.0
Dann, Hollis. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding Julliard money, September 25, 1920series 4.2box 9folder 2item 6.0
Giddings, Thaddeus. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding Julliard money, September 27, 1920series 4.2box 9folder 2item 7.0
Gehrkens, Karl. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding Julliard money, September 29, 1920series 4.2box 9folder 2item 8.0
Earhart, Will. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding Julliard grant, September 30, 1920series 4.2box 9folder 2item 9.0
C.V. Buttelman Correspondence, 1931-1961series 4.2box 9folder 3
Buttelman, C.V. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding metal membership emblem for life members, August 5, 1931series 4.2box 9folder 3item 1.0
Clark, F. E. Letter to C.V. Buttelman regarding death of Mrs. Fullerton in street car accident at Lausanne Conference, August 7, 1931series 4.2box 9folder 3item 2.0
Buttelman, C.V. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding stationery, February 23, 1938series 4.2box 9folder 3item 3.0
Buttelman, C.V. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding Committee on Archives, November 29, 1940series 4.2box 9folder 3item 4.0
Buttelman, C.V. Memorandum regarding appointment of F.E. Clark to committee for music education in connection with National Defense Program, February 13, 1941series 4.2box 9folder 3item 5.0
Clark, F.E. Letter to C.V. Buttelman regarding request from Washington to appoint a MENC committee to assist in Defense work, February 13, 1941series 4.2box 9folder 3item 6.0
Buttelman, C.V. Telegram to F.E. Clark regarding emergency meeting in Chicago, February 16, 1941series 4.2box 9folder 3item 7.0
Clark, F.E. Letter to C.V. Buttelman regarding changing the complexion of the "Journal", November 30, 1942series 4.2box 9folder 3item 8.0
Buttelman, C.V. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding Archives Committee, December 28, 1945series 4.2box 9folder 3item 9.0
Buttelman, C.V. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding University Extension Conservatory, May 31, 1949series 4.2box 9folder 3item 10.0
Buttelman, C.V. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding May-June issue, June 13, 1949series 4.2box 9folder 3item 11.0
Buttelman, C.V. Handwritten letters to F.E. Clark meeting of the board of directors and RCA book, November 2 and April 24, ?series 4.2box 9folder 3item 12.0
Additional Buttelman-F.E. Clark Correspondence, 1949-1954series 4.2box 9folder 3item 13.0
C.V. Buttelman and John E. Clark correspondence, 1960-1961series 4.2box 9folder 3item 14.0
MENC Founders' Association/Breakfast, 1915-1930series 4.2box 9folder 4
Pratt, Elizabeth. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding Founders' Breakfast, 1915series 4.2box 9folder 4item 1.0
Hayden, P.C. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding breakfast attendance, December 16, 1922series 4.2box 9folder 4item 2.0
Carmichael, Elizabeth. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding locating founders for breakfast, February 20, 1923series 4.2box 9folder 4item 3.0
Carmichael, Elizabeth. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding locating founders for breakfast, March 17, 1923series 4.2box 9folder 4item 4.0
Clark, F.E. Letter to P.C. Hayden regarding locating founders for breakfast, February 20, 1923series 4.2box 9folder 4item 5.0
Gehrkens, Karl. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding Founders' Breakfast, February 22, 1923series 4.2box 9folder 4item 6.0
Hayden, P.G. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding Founders' Breakfast, February 24, 1923series 4.2box 9folder 4item 7.0
Clark, F.E. Letter to Karl Gehrkens regarding notice for breakfast, March 14, 1923series 4.2box 9folder 4item 8.0
Fleming, Ada. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding locating the founders, March 20, 1923series 4.2box 9folder 4item 9.0
Crane, Julia. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding Founders' Breakfast, March 31, 1923series 4.2box 9folder 4item 10.0
Dixon, Ann. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding Founders' Breakfast, April 24, 1923series 4.2box 9folder 4item 11.0
Clark, F.E. Letter to Cora Armstrong regarding the founders present at meeting, April 30, 1923series 4.2box 9folder 4item 12.0
Hayden, P.C. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding Founders' Breakfast, May 2, 1923series 4.2box 9folder 4item 13.0
Westhoff, F.W. Illinois State Normal University. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding Founders' Breakfast, May 5, 1923series 4.2box 9folder 4item 14.0
Armstrong, Cora. Letter to Clark thanking her for efforts in organizing the Founder's Breakfast, May 24, 1923series 4.2box 9folder 4item 15.0
Carmichael, Elizabeth. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding Founders' Breakfast, January 24, 1924series 4.2box 9folder 4item 16.0
Hayden, P.C. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding Founders' Breakfast, April 17, 1924series 4.2box 9folder 4item 17.0
Carmichael, Elizabeth. Report to F.E. Clark regarding Founders' Breakfast, 1924series 4.2box 9folder 4item 18.0
Earhart, Will. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding Founders' Breakfast, November 28, 1927series 4.2box 9folder 4item 19.0
Hayden, Mrs. P.C. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding Founders' Breakfast speech, January 26, 1928series 4.2box 9folder 4item 20.0
Earhart, Will. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding Founders' Breakfast music, January 29, 1928series 4.2box 9folder 4item 21.0
Clark, F.E. Letter to Paul Weaver regarding speaker and cake for Founder's Breakfast. [FRAGILE], February 2, 1928series 4.2box 9folder 4item 22.0
Clark, F.E. Invitation to Founders' Breakfast, February 9, 1928series 4.2box 9folder 4item 23.0
Earhart, Will. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding Founders' Breakfast music, February 11, 1928series 4.2box 9folder 4item 24.0
Earhart, Will. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding Founders' Breakfast, April 2, 1928series 4.2box 9folder 4item 25.0
Bushong, Melvin. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding Founders' Breakfast, April 10, 1928series 4.2box 9folder 4item 26.0
Owen, Herman. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding Founders' Breakfast, April 12, 1928series 4.2box 9folder 4item 27.0
Wisenall, Jane. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding the Founders' Association, March 30, 1930series 4.2box 9folder 4item 28.0
MENC Founders' Association/ Breakfast Letters, 1932-1946, and undatedseries 4.2box 9folder 5
Clark, F.E. Letter to MENC founders regarding the Founders' breakfast and baby pictures, January 15, 1932series 4.2box 9folder 5item 1.0
Clark, F.E. Letter to MENC founders regarding the Founders' breakfast, March 21, 1932series 4.2box 9folder 5item 2.0
Clark, F.E. Letters to C.H. Miller, Ada Bicking, Frank Beach, C.A. Fullerton, Elizabeth Pratt, Alice Inskeep, J.M. Black, and Cora Bell regarding the Founders' picture, April 13, 1932series 4.2box 9folder 5item 3.0
Dann, Hollis. Letter to F.E. Clark congratulating her on the Founders' picture, April 20, 1932series 4.2box 9folder 5item 4.0
Bowen, George. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding Founders' Breakfast and picture, April 22, 1932series 4.2box 9folder 5item 5.0
Beach, Edwin. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding the Founders Breakfast, May 2, 1932series 4.2box 9folder 5item 6.0
Clark, F.E. Letter to William Arms Fisher regarding the Founders Breakfast, May 5, 1932series 4.2box 9folder 5item 7.0
Johnson, Edwin. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding the Founders, July 7, 1932series 4.2box 9folder 5item 8.0
Clark, F.E. Letter to Edwin Johnson regarding the Founders Breakfast, September 6, 1932series 4.2box 9folder 5item 9.0
Founders' of Music Supervisors conference addresses, ca. 1932series 4.2box 9folder 5item 10.0
Lawler, Vanett. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding the Founders addresses, October 11, 1933series 4.2box 9folder 5item 11.0
Lawler, Vanett. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding the Founders addresses, January 18, 1934series 4.2box 9folder 5item 12.0
McConathy, Osbourne. Letter to F.E. Clark accepting membership on committee, January 2, 1937series 4.2box 9folder 5item 13.0
Gehrkens, Karl. Letter to F.E. Clark accepting membership on breakfast committee, January 3, 1937series 4.2box 9folder 5item 14.0
Bowen, George. Letter to F.E. Clark offering assistance with the breakfast, January 3, 1937series 4.2box 9folder 5item 15.0
Weaver, Paul. Letter to F.E. Clark joining the breakfast committee, December 31, 1937series 4.2box 9folder 5item 16.0
Griffith, Charles. . Letter to F.E. Clark regarding Centennial Breakfast, December 31, 1937series 4.2box 9folder 5item 17.0
Hesser, Ernest. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding Centennial Breakfast., January 3, 1938series 4.2box 9folder 5item 18.0
Dunham, Franklin. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding Centennial Breakfast, January 5, 1938series 4.2box 9folder 5item 19.0
Maddy, Joseph. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding Centennial Breakfast, January 6, 1938series 4.2box 9folder 5item 20.0
Hahnel, Eugene. Letter to F.E. Clark accepting position on committee, January 8, 1938series 4.2box 9folder 5item 21.0
Smith, Herman. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding Centennial Breakfast, January 13, 1938series 4.2box 9folder 5item 22.0
Hosmer, Helen. Letter to F.E. Clark accepting part in breakfast pageant, January 14, 1938series 4.2box 9folder 5item 23.0
Sims, Grover. Letter to F.E. Clark accepting position on committee, January 15, 1938series 4.2box 9folder 5item 24.0
Glenn, Mabelle. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding singers for the breakfast., January 18, 1938series 4.2box 9folder 5item 25.0
Pitts, Carol. Letter to F.E. Clark declining invitation to sing, January 20, 1938series 4.2box 9folder 5item 26.0
Hahnel. Eugene. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding brass quintet, January 21, 1938series 4.2box 9folder 5item 27.0
Bicking, Ada. Letter to F.E. Clark accepting committee position, January 24, 1938series 4.2box 9folder 5item 28.0
Blakeslee, Earle. Letter to F.E. Clark accepting position on committee, January 26, 1938series 4.2box 9folder 5item 29.0
Giddings, Thaddeus. Letter to F.E. Clark declining invitation to breakfast, February 7, 1938series 4.2box 9folder 5item 30.0
Giddings, Thaddeus. Letter to F.E. Clark declining breakfast, February 14, 1938series 4.2box 9folder 5item 31.0
Curtis, Louis Woodson. Letter to F.E. Clark about Breakfast committee, March 4, 1938series 4.2box 9folder 5item 32.0
Clark. F.E. Letter to Herman F. Smith about Breakfast Juice gathering of Founders, March 15, 1938series 4.2box 9folder 5item 33.0
Curtis, Louis Woodson. Letter to F.E. Clark about Founders' Breakfast, January 24, 1940series 4.2box 9folder 5item 34.0
Smith, Herman. Letter to F.E. Clark about Founders' Breakfast, February 19, 1940series 4.2box 9folder 5item 35.0
Inskeep, Alice. Letter to F.E. Clark about Founders' Breakfast, February 19, 1940series 4.2box 9folder 5item 36.0
Wilson, Grace. Letter to F.E. Clark about Founders' Breakfast, February 19, 1940series 4.2box 9folder 5item 37.0
Cass, Dean E. Doug. Letter to F.E. Clark about Founders' Breakfast., February 19, 1940series 4.2box 9folder 5item 38.0
Fishburn, Hummel. Letter to F.E. Clark about Founders' Breakfast, February 20, 1940series 4.2box 9folder 5item 39.0
Morgan, Russell. Letter to F.E. Clark about Founders' Breakfast, February 20, 1940series 4.2box 9folder 5item 40.0
Clark, F.E. Letter to Glenn Woods regarding program for breakfast, March 2, 1940series 4.2box 9folder 5item 41.0
Clark, F.E. Letter to John W. Beattie regarding program, March 2, 1940series 4.2box 9folder 5item 42.0
Watson, Hilda. Letter to F.E. Clark about Frank Dunham declining invitation to Breakfast, November 22, 1940series 4.2box 9folder 5item 43.0
Moore, Earl. University of Michigan, School of Music. Letter to F.E. Clark, November 23, 1940series 4.2box 9folder 5item 44.0
Riemenschneider, Albert. Baldwin-Wallace College. Letter to F.E. Clark., November 25, 1940series 4.2box 9folder 5item 45.0
Gehrkens, Karl. Oberlin College. Letter to F.E. Clark, November 27, 1940series 4.2box 9folder 5item 46.0
Price, James Denning. Letter to Glenn Gildersleeve regarding helping with the founder's breakfast, March 4, 1941series 4.2box 9folder 5item 47.0
Fink, Ella. Letter to F.E. Clark about Founders' Breakfast, March 25, 1942series 4.2box 9folder 5item 48.0
Pitts, Lilla Belle. Letter to F.E. Clark about Founders' Breakfast, January 17, 1944series 4.2box 9folder 5item 49.0
Fullerton, C.A. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding attendance at Founders' breakfast, February 22, 1944series 4.2box 9folder 5item 50.0
Teel, Stanley. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding remarks at breakfast meeting, December 14, 1946series 4.2box 9folder 5item 51.0
Gansvoort, A.J. Letter to MSNC regarding Founders' Breakfast, undatedseries 4.2box 9folder 5item 52.0
Clark, F.E. Partial letter to Luther Richman, John C. Kendall, C. Buttelman and Fowler Smith regarding executive committee meeting and founder's association, undatedseries 4.2box 9folder 5item 53.0
MTNA/MENC President's Letters, ca. 1920-1949series 4.2box 9folder 6
Dann, Hollis. Partial Letter to unknown recipient regarding 1920 conference, ca. 1920series 4.2box 9folder 6item 1.0
Robbins, Edith. President-Nebraska MTNA. Letter to F.E. Clark, January 19, 1934series 4.2box 9folder 6item 2.0
Clark, F.E. Telegram to Pres. Ralph Rush at the MENC conference, April 1, 1935series 4.2box 9folder 6item 3.0
F.B. Stiven, President-Music Teachers National Association. Letters to F.E. Clark, December 2, 1935 & January 6, 1936series 4.2box 9folder 6item 4.0
Maddy, Joseph. President-MENC. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding banquet, February 10, 1938series 4.2box 9folder 6item 5.0
Hughes, Edwin, President-Music Teachers National Association. Letter to P.W. Dykema, February 24, 1938series 4.2box 9folder 6item 6.0
Hughes, Edwin, President-Music Teachers National Association. Letter to F.E. Clark, March 12, 1938series 4.2box 9folder 6item 7.0
Curtis, Louis Woodson. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding conference, June 24, 1940series 4.2box 9folder 6item 8.0
Pitts, Lilla Belle. Letter to the officers regarding gatherings of large groups in wartime, August 14, 1942series 4.2box 9folder 6item 9.0
Kendel John. Letters to F.E. Clark, November 9 & December 18, 1945series 4.2box 9folder 6item 10.0
Richman, Luther. Letter to F.E. Clark, January 8, 1947series 4.2box 9folder 6item 11.0
Dykema, Peter. Handwritten letter to F.E. Clark regarding speech for conference, December 1, 1949series 4.2box 9folder 6item 12.0
Dykema, Peter. Letter to former MENC presidents regarding Conference speeches, December 17, 1949series 4.2box 9folder 6item 13.0
MENC Constitution Committee Correspondence, 1940series 4.2box 9folder 7
Earhart, Will correspondence. Contents: Letter received from Richard Grant regarding Constitution Committee and Earhart's reply, March 20, 1940series 4.2box 9folder 7item 1.0
Grant, Richard W correspondence. Contents: Letter to F.E. Clark regarding Constitution Committee, Thank you letter to the committee, Memo to F.E. Clark from committee, March 22, 1940series 4.2box 9folder 7item 2.0
MENC Necrology Committee Correspondence [Folder 1 of 2], 1929-1932, and undatedseries 4.2box 9folder 8
Drysdale, Grace. Letter to Josephine Airy, October 21, 1929series 4.2box 9folder 8item 1.0
Clark, F.E. Letter to Paul Weaver, April 15, 1929series 4.2box 9folder 8item 2.0
Clark, F.E. Letter to Paul Weaver, April 26, 1929series 4.2box 9folder 8item 3.0
Weaver, Paul. Letter to F.E. Clark, April 29, 1929series 4.2box 9folder 8item 4.0
Dykema, Peter. Letter to Paul Weaver, September 12, 1929series 4.2box 9folder 8item 5.0
Weaver, Paul. Letter to F.E. Clark, October 15, 1929series 4.2box 9folder 8item 6.0
Weaver, Paul. Letter to F.E. Clark, October 11, 1929series 4.2box 9folder 8item 7.0
Weaver, Paul. Letter to F.E. Clark, November 1, 1929series 4.2box 9folder 8item 8.0
Weaver, Paul. Letter to F.E. Clark, January 27, 1930series 4.2box 9folder 8item 9.0
Clark, F.E. Letter to Superintendent of Schools, Dayton, OH, October 24, 1929series 4.2box 9folder 8item 10.0
Clark, F.E. Letter to William Arms Fisher, November 19, 1929series 4.2box 9folder 8item 11.0
Greene, Nebbie. Letter to F.E. Clark, October 8, 1930series 4.2box 9folder 8item 12.0
Clark, F.E. Letter to C.C. Birchard, October 13, 1930series 4.2box 9folder 8item 13.0
Smith, Herman. Letter to F.E. Clark, November 10, 1930series 4.2box 9folder 8item 14.0
Wilson, Grace. Letter to F.E. Clark. (all Wilson letters housed together), November 13, 1930series 4.2box 9folder 8item 15.0
Wilson, Grace. Letter to F.E. Clark, January 16, 1931series 4.2box 9folder 8item 16.0
Wilson, Grace. Letter to F.E. Clark, November 6, 1931series 4.2box 9folder 8item 17.0
Clark, F.E. Letter to Grace Wilson, November 10, 1931series 4.2box 9folder 8item 18.0
Wilson, Grace. Letter to F.E. Clark, December 12, 1931series 4.2box 9folder 8item 19.0
Wilson, Grace. Letter to F.E. Clark, January 5, 1932series 4.2box 9folder 8item 20.0
Wilson, Grace. Letter to F.E. Clark, January 15, 1932series 4.2box 9folder 8item 21.0
Wilson, Grace. Letter to F.E. Clark, March 22, 1934series 4.2box 9folder 8item 22.0
Wilson, Grace. Letter to F.E. Clark, undatedseries 4.2box 9folder 8item 23.0
Rosenberry, M. Claude. Letter to F.E. Clark, November 18, 1930series 4.2box 9folder 8item 24.0
Eddy, Alice. Letter to F.E. Clark, June 16, 1931series 4.2box 9folder 8item 25.0
Clark, F.E. Letter to Alice Eddy, June 19, 1931series 4.2box 9folder 8item 26.0
Eddy, Alice. Letter to F.E. Clark, July 1, 1931series 4.2box 9folder 8item 27.0
McClure, Charles. Letter to F.E. Clark, September 12, 1931series 4.2box 9folder 8item 28.0
Baldwin, Ralph. Letter to F.E. Clark, October 24, 1931series 4.2box 9folder 8item 29.0
Clark, F.E. Letter to Ralph Baldwin, October 27, 1931series 4.2box 9folder 8item 30.0
Baldwin, Ralph. Letter to F.E. Clark with March 9th report, March 12, 1932series 4.2box 9folder 8item 31.0
Birge, Edward. Letter to F.E. Clark, October 21, 1931series 4.2box 9folder 8item 32.0
Clark, F.E. Letter to Edward Birge, October 26, 1931series 4.2box 9folder 8item 33.0
Morgan, Russell. Letter to Milton Cook, October 20, 1931series 4.2box 9folder 8item 34.0
Clark, F.E. Letter to Milton Cook, October 26, 1931series 4.2box 9folder 8item 35.0
Pitcher, E.S. Letter to F.E. Clark, October 25, 1931series 4.2box 9folder 8item 36.0
Clark, F.E. Letter to E.S. Pitcher, October 27, 1931series 4.2box 9folder 8item 37.0
Newenham, Frances. Letter to F.E. Clark, October 25, 1931series 4.2box 9folder 8item 38.0
Clark, F.E. Letter to Frances Newenham, November 3, 1931series 4.2box 9folder 8item 39.0
Trutner, Herman. Letter to F.E. Clark, October 27, 1931series 4.2box 9folder 8item 40.0
Clark, F.E. Letter to Herman Trutner, November 3, 1931series 4.2box 9folder 8item 41.0
Morgan, Russell. Letter to F.E. Clark, October 8, 1931series 4.2box 9folder 8item 42.0
Morgan, Russell. Letter to F.E. Clark, October 16, 1931series 4.2box 9folder 8item 43.0
Clark, F.E. Letter to Russell Morgan, January 5, 1932series 4.2box 9folder 8item 44.0
Carter, E.M. Letter to Hannah Whitacre, January 7, 1932series 4.2box 9folder 8item 45.0
Carpenter, Estelle. Telegram to F.E. Clark, January 29, 1932series 4.2box 9folder 8item 46.0
Clark, F.E. Letter to Estelle Carpenter, March 7, 1932series 4.2box 9folder 8item 47.0
Strause, Catharine. Letter to F.E. Clark, February 29, 1932series 4.2box 9folder 8item 48.0
Envelope and contents, including Necrology committee list of deceased supervisors, April 2, 1932series 4.2box 9folder 8item 49.0
Butterfield, Walter. Letter to F.E. Clark, 1932series 4.2box 9folder 8item 50.0
Clark, F.E. Letter to Walter Butterfield, October 10, 1932series 4.2box 9folder 8item 51.0
MENC Necrology Committee Correspondence [Folder 2 of 2], 1933, 1934, and undatedseries 4.2box 9folder 9
Wood, Harry. Letter to F.E. Clark, October 23, 1933series 4.2box 9folder 9item 1.0
Cook, Albert. Letter to F.E. Clark, October 24, 1933series 4.2box 9folder 9item 2.0
Lawler, Vanett. Letter to F.E. Clark, April 5, 1933series 4.2box 9folder 9item 3.0
Lawler, Vanett. Letter to F.E. Clark, October 13, 1933series 4.2box 9folder 9item 4.0
Clark, F.E. Letter to Vanett Lawler, October 17, 1933series 4.2box 9folder 9item 5.0
Lawler, Vanett. Letter to F.E. Clark, December 16, 1933series 4.2box 9folder 9item 6.0
Clark, F.E. Letter to Vanett Lawler, December 19, 1933series 4.2box 9folder 9item 7.0
Bryant, Laura. Letter to F.E. Clark, February 6, 1934series 4.2box 9folder 9item 8.0
Clark, F.E. Letter to Laura Bryant, March 20, 1934series 4.2box 9folder 9item 9.0
Bicking, Ada. Letter to F.E. Clark, March 13, 1934series 4.2box 9folder 9item 10.0
Hartmann, Helen. Letter to F.E. Clark, April 29, 1934series 4.2box 9folder 9item 11.0
Clark, F.E. Letter to Christine Munoz, June 18, 1934series 4.2box 9folder 9item 12.0
Necrology notes, clippings, undatedseries 4.2box 9folder 9item 13.0
Necrology Committee, newspaper clippings, undatedseries 4.2box 9folder 9item 14.0
Lists of deceased members. Necrology Committee, undatedseries 4.2box 9folder 9item 15.0
MENC Archives/UNESCO Correspondence [Folder 1 of 2], 1938-1941series 4.2box 9folder 10
Conrad, Warren. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding gavel commissioned by Thaddeus Giddings, July 1, 1938series 4.2box 9folder 10item 1.0
Series of letters between C.V. Buttelman and F.E. Clark regarding archives work and proper location for housing archives, 1938-1940series 4.2box 9folder 10item 2.0
Clark, F.E. Letter to Elizabeth Pratt regarding committee work, November 21, 1939 & March 9, 1940series 4.2box 9folder 10item 3.0
Series of letters between Mary Ireland and F.E. Clark regarding archives committee work, 1939-1940series 4.2box 9folder 10item 4.0
Series of letters between Franklin Dunham and F.E. Clark regarding archives committee work, 1939-1940series 4.2box 9folder 10item 5.0
Series of letters between Edwin Barnes and F.E. Clark regarding archives committee work, 1939-1940series 4.2box 9folder 10item 6.0
Series of letters between Ethel Henson and F.E. Clark regarding archives committee work, 1939-1940series 4.2box 9folder 10item 7.0
Series of letters between Helen Leavitt and F.E. Clark regarding National Music Course and Archives committee work, 1939-1940series 4.2box 9folder 10item 8.0
Series of letters between Grace Wilson and F.E. Clark regarding Archives Committee work, 1939-1941series 4.2box 9folder 10item 9.0
Series of letters between Ada Bicking and F.E. Clark regarding Archives Committee work, 1939-1941series 4.2box 9folder 10item 10.0
Ralph Baldwin and F.E. Clark correspondence, August 19, 1939 - March 12, 1940series 4.2box 9folder 10item 11.0
Clark, F.E. Letter to Thaddeus Giddings regarding committee work, November 21, 1939series 4.2box 9folder 10item 12.0
Committee on Archives form letters from F.E. Clark, November 21, 1939series 4.2box 9folder 10item 13.0
Giddings, Thaddeus. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding gavel and committee work, February 22 & March 9, 1940series 4.2box 9folder 10item 14.0
Series of letters between Augusta Swan and F.E. Clark regarding bequeathment of "The Christian Psalmist" book to the archives, 1939-1941series 4.2box 9folder 10item 15.0
Series of letters between W.W. Livengood and F.E. Clark regarding Archives Committee work, 1939-1940series 4.2box 9folder 10item 16.0
Series of letters between Will Earhart and F.E. Clark regarding collection of materials for the archives, 1940series 4.2box 9folder 10item 17.0
O'Meara, Eva. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding Mason material for archives, January 16, 1940series 4.2box 9folder 10item 18.0
Jaquish, John-F.E. Clark correspondence regarding committee work and Ernest Willia, February 28 & June 10, 1940series 4.2box 9folder 10item 19.0
Glover, Nellie - F.E. Clark regarding Primary Melodies and Sunshine Melodies, March 5 & May 20, 1940series 4.2box 9folder 10item 20.0
Drain, John - F.E. Clark correspondence regarding illustrations in the "Musician" and Photostats, March 7 & 9, 1940series 4.2box 9folder 10item 21.0
Clark, F.E - James Price regarding music journals and found volumes of "Music", March 7 & 19, 1940series 4.2box 9folder 10item 22.0
MENC Archives/UNESCO Correspondence [Folder 2 of 2], 1940-1946series 4.2box 9folder 11
Clark, F.E. - David Gebhard correspondence regarding Bailey papers, March 7 & 13, 1940series 4.2box 9folder 11item 1.0
Clark, F.E. Letter to Haydn Morgan regarding donations, March 9, 1940series 4.2box 9folder 11item 2.0
Clark, F.E. Letter to Frances Wright regarding archives, March 9, 1940series 4.2box 9folder 11item 3.0
Breach, William. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding missing materials and 3 miniature pages of a Public School Song book from 1846, March 11, 1940series 4.2box 9folder 11item 4.0
Ward, Arthur. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding Foresman materials, including an undated letter from Foresman, Edith, March 12, 1940series 4.2box 9folder 11item 5.0
Jones, Jennie. Letter to Mary E. Ireland about materials for the "Archives.", March 25, 1940series 4.2box 9folder 11item 6.0
Unknown author. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding MENC archives written on MEJ letterhead, April 27, 1940series 4.2box 9folder 11item 7.0
Series of letter between, Birdie Alexander and F.E. Clark about materials for the archives, 1940-1942series 4.2box 9folder 11item 8.0
Economos, James. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding School Music debt, May 6, 1940series 4.2box 9folder 11item 9.0
Birchard, C.C. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding unavailable materials, May 14, 1940series 4.2box 9folder 11item 10.0
Gartlan, George. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding Directors of Music in New York City and archives, May 17, 1940series 4.2box 9folder 11item 11.0
Curtis, Louis Woodson. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding housing of the archives, June 24, 1940series 4.2box 9folder 11item 12.0
Smith, Fowler. Letter to F.E. Clark suggesting additional committee members, November 25, 1940series 4.2box 9folder 11item 13.0
Farr, Frank. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding School Music Archives, January 11, 1941series 4.2box 9folder 11item 14.0
Farr, Frank. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding School Music Archives, January 20, 1941series 4.2box 9folder 11item 15.0
Damrosch, Hetty. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding Damrosch papers for archives, January 26, 1941series 4.2box 9folder 11item 16.0
Clark, F.E. Letter to Hetty Damrosch regarding visit to inspect Damrosch papers, May 12, 1941series 4.2box 9folder 11item 17.0
Butterfield, Walter. Letter to F.E. Clark accepting position on archives committee, February 11, 1941series 4.2box 9folder 11item 18.0
Clark, F.E. Letter to Edwin Hughes regarding committee, February 13, 1941series 4.2box 9folder 11item 19.0
Woolfolk, Helen. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding books for the collection., April 30, 1941series 4.2box 9folder 11item 20.0
Kendal, John. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding archives committee work, May 9, 1941series 4.2box 9folder 11item 21.0
Clark, F.E. Letter to Alys Bentley regarding collection for the archives, May 12, 1941series 4.2box 9folder 11item 22.0
Clark, F.E. Letter to Harold Spivacke regarding collection for the archives, May 12, 1941series 4.2box 9folder 11item 23.0
Waters, Edward. Acting Chief-Division of Music-LOC. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding mailing labels--HOUSED WITH SPIVACKE LETTERS, June 20, 1941series 4.2box 9folder 11item 24.0
Spivacke, Harold, Chief-Division of Music-LOC. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding work on MENC archives, July 9, 1941series 4.2box 9folder 11item 25.0
Clark, F.E. Letter to Harold Spivacke, director Music Division-LOC regarding sending books for archives, July 23, 1941series 4.2box 9folder 11item 26.0
Clark, F.E. Letter to Edward Bailey Birge about archives, July 23, 1941series 4.2box 9folder 11item 27.0
Clark, F.E. Letter to William Potter regarding materials for archives. List of items possessed by Mr. Potter, August 27, 1941series 4.2box 9folder 11item 28.0
Clark, F.E. Letter to Peter Dykema regarding Alexander materials, October 3, 1941series 4.2box 9folder 11item 29.0
Hosmer, Helen. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding Crane archival materials, November 28, 1941series 4.2box 9folder 11item 30.0
Wilson, Thomas. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding Asaph Choir Book, February 16, 1942series 4.2box 9folder 11item 31.0
Ziegler, Electa. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding her father's books, February 21, 1942series 4.2box 9folder 11item 32.0
Smith, Sarah McCann. Handwritten letter to F.E. Clark regarding McCann books, March 3, 1942series 4.2box 9folder 11item 33.0
Smith, Sarah McCann. Handwritten letter to F.E. Clark regarding McCann books, March 7, 1942series 4.2box 9folder 11item 34.0
Clark, F.E. Letter to Charles Farnsworth regarding materials from teaching days, March 12, 1942series 4.2box 9folder 11item 35.0
Clark, F.E. Letter to Elizabeth Pratt regarding MENC archives, March 13, 1946series 4.2box 9folder 11item 36.0
Letter from Library of Congress, Washington, DC regarding UNESCO/archives, July 30, 1946series 4.2box 9folder 11item 37.0
Lawler, Vanett. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding UNESCO/archives, December 18, 1946series 4.2box 9folder 11item 38.0
Mailing lists and archive inventories, undatedseries 4.2box 9folder 11item 39.0
MENC/MTNA Additional Correspondence, 1910-1946series 4.2box 9folder 12
Hayden, P.C. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding proceedings of Conference, September 13, 1910series 4.2box 9folder 12item 1.0
Cooke, James Frances. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding dues, December 14, 1914series 4.2box 9folder 12item 2.0
Fullerton, C.A. Letter to F.E. Clark sending regrets for upcoming conference, 1915series 4.2box 9folder 12item 3.0
Inskeep, Alice. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding aid for student supervisors., October 2, 1920series 4.2box 9folder 12item 4.0
Farnsworth, Charles. Letter to the members of the educational council, March 11, 1922series 4.2box 9folder 12item 5.0
Meyer, Pauline A. Eastern Music Supervisors Conference. Letter to F.E. Clark about documents from Paul J. Weaver, October 14, 1929series 4.2box 9folder 12item 6.0
MTNA: Music in National Education Report, December 29, 1932series 4.2box 9folder 12item 7.0
Smith, H.L. Letter to members of the committee on International Relations regarding the death of Augustus O. Thomas, February 4, 1935series 4.2box 9folder 12item 8.0
Mason, Daniel. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding Eastern Conference in Buffalo, March 24, 1937series 4.2box 9folder 12item 9.0
Drain, John. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding photographs for MENC, January 15, 1938series 4.2box 9folder 12item 10.0
Hahnel, Eugene. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding arrangements for St. Louis meeting, January 17, 1938series 4.2box 9folder 12item 11.0
Breach, William. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding picture of Everett Baker, January 17, 1938series 4.2box 9folder 12item 12.0
Bryant, Laura. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding pageant, January 18, 1938series 4.2box 9folder 12item 13.0
Bicking, Ada. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding aid for Mae Johnson, January 25, 1938series 4.2box 9folder 12item 14.0
Forsythe, Ruth. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding letter received by President Ernest Hatch Wilkins, February 21, 1938series 4.2box 9folder 12item 15.0
Landsbury, John. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding Louis Wersen in the Northwest Conference, August 31, 1938series 4.2box 9folder 12item 16.0
Hahnel, Eugene. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding St. Louis conference, September 19, 1938series 4.2box 9folder 12item 17.0
Hesser, Ernest. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding inability to attend L.A. conference, February 16, 1940series 4.2box 9folder 12item 18.0
McConathy, Osbourne. Handwritten letter to F.E. Clark regarding MENC "call", November 26, 1942series 4.2box 9folder 12item 19.0
Miller, Charles. Handwritten letter to F.E. Clark sending regrets, February 13, 1944series 4.2box 9folder 12item 20.0
Winslow, Ralph. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding Utah conference, October 22, 1945series 4.2box 9folder 12item 21.0
Clark, F.E. Letter to Edwin Stein, Southern Division Chairman, December 17, 1946series 4.2box 9folder 12item 22.0
Series of form letters written by F.E Clark regarding music appreciation, 1946series 4.2box 9folder 12item 23.0
MENC Additional Correspondence, 1947-1959series 4.2box 9folder 13
Smith, Herman. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding letter to Mr. Stein., January 3, 1947series 4.2box 9folder 13item 1.0
Hosmer, Helen. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding Resolutions Committee, February 11, 1947series 4.2box 9folder 13item 2.0
Maynard, Clarke. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding booklet for the Journal, February 16, 1947series 4.2box 9folder 13item 3.0
Alexander, Birdie. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding inability to attend conference, February 18, 1947series 4.2box 9folder 13item 4.0
Maynard, Clarke. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding state chairman and meeting, February 21, 1947series 4.2box 9folder 13item 5.0
Maynard, Clarke. Letter to "associates" regarding Opera in Education committee, March 10, 1947series 4.2box 9folder 13item 6.0
Cardin, Fred. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding Scranton convention, April 1, 1947series 4.2box 9folder 13item 7.0
Jones, Archie. The University of Texas. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding his presidency, July 3, 1947series 4.2box 9folder 13item 8.0
Fishburn, Hummel. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding his presidency, July 7, 1947series 4.2box 9folder 13item 9.0
McBride, William B. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding new job, July 10, 1947series 4.2box 9folder 13item 10.0
Unknown Author to F.E. Clark regarding brochure for conference with accompanying copy of Kinscella letter, June 22, 1950series 4.2box 9folder 13item 11.0
Maynard, Clarke. Wilmington Public Schools. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding Eastern conference, January 6, 1953series 4.2box 9folder 13item 12.0
Ward, Arthur. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding Eastern conference, March 18, 1953series 4.2box 9folder 13item 13.0
Maynard, Clarke. Wilmington Public Schools. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding Eastern conference, April 2, 1953series 4.2box 9folder 13item 14.0
Telegrams to and from F.E. Clark during the 1954 MENC Conference, March 27 & 30, 1954series 4.2box 9folder 13item 15.0
Nordholm, Harriet. Letter to F.E. Clark from the MENC board of directors, March 22, 1956series 4.2box 9folder 13item 16.0
Telegram to F.E. Clark from the MENC board of directors, April 18, 1956series 4.2box 9folder 13item 17.0
Alexander, Birdie. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding 50th anniversary, July 3, 1956series 4.2box 9folder 13item 18.0
Unknown Author. MENC memorandums asking for F.E Clark current address, ca. 1956series 4.2box 9folder 13item 19.0
Milton, Robert. Letter to John Clark regarding MENC division meeting, March 14, 1957series 4.2box 9folder 13item 20.0
Hartsell, M. Telegram to F.E. Clark regarding MENC division meeting, March 14, 1957series 4.2box 9folder 13item 21.0
Correspondence between MENC and researcher Gareth Larsen about documents for a master's thesis on MENC's early history, 1957series 4.2box 9folder 13item 22.0
Telegrams and letters regarding F.E. Clark's death, June 1959series 4.2box 9folder 13item 23.0

Subseries 4.3: Lowell Mason Committee Work, 1938-1942 (0.25 Linear Feet)

This subseries includes correspondence related to F.E. Clark's involvement in the Lowell Mason committee as a member and chairman.

DescriptionSeriesBox / ReelFolder / FrameItem
Lowell Mason Correspondence, 1938-1940series 4.3box 10folder 1
Ganz, Rudolph. Chicago Musical College. Letter to F.E. Clark, November 19, 1938series 4.3box 10folder 1item 1.0
Griffith, Charles. Silver Burdett Company. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding Lowell Mason's grave, December 23, 1938series 4.3box 10folder 1item 2.0
Clark, F.E. Letter to Mr. Richman regarding dinner meeting, 1938series 4.3box 10folder 1item 3.0
McConathy, Osbourne. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding Lowell Mason's ancestry, November 20, 1939series 4.3box 10folder 1item 4.0
McConathy, Osbourne. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding Lowell Mason's ancestry, December 8, 1939series 4.3box 10folder 1item 5.0
McConathy, Osbourne. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding Lowell Mason's ancestry, December 21, 1939series 4.3box 10folder 1item 6.0
Ward, Arthur. Public Schools, Montclair, New Jersey. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding Lowell Mason's grave, November 4, 1940series 4.3box 10folder 1item 7.0
Lowell Mason Correspondence [Folder 1 of 3], 1941series 4.3box 10folder 2
Scanlon, Mary. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding Orange Valley Church [incomplete], January 18, 1941series 4.3box 10folder 2item 1.0
Scanlon, Mary. Handwritten Letter to F.E. Clark regarding Lowell Mason Sesquicentennial, May 5, 1941series 4.3box 10folder 2item 2.0
McConathy, Osbourne. Letter to Henry Mason regarding grave marking, June 2, 1941series 4.3box 10folder 2item 3.0
McConathy, Osbourne. Letter to Henry Mason regarding grave marking, June 9, 1941series 4.3box 10folder 2item 4.0
McConathy, Osbourne. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding letter to Henry Mason, June 9, 1941series 4.3box 10folder 2item 5.0
Clark, F.E. Letter to Edward Bailey Birge regarding plans for Lowell Mason birthday, July 23, 1941series 4.3box 10folder 2item 6.0
Foote, Henry Wilder. Handwritten letter to F.E. Clark regarding Hymn Society involvement in Mason planning, August 21, 1941series 4.3box 10folder 2item 7.0
Clark, F.E. Letter to Edward Bailey Birge regarding Federal Council of Churches, August 27, 1941series 4.3box 10folder 2item 8.0
Clark, F.E. Letter to Henry Wilder Foote-president of Hymn Society regarding collaboration, August 27, 1941series 4.3box 10folder 2item 9.0
Clark, F.E. Letter to Fowler Smith regarding Mason memorial committee, August 27, 1941series 4.3box 10folder 2item 10.0
Clark, F.E. Letter to Arthur E. Ward regarding Auburndale trip, August 27, 1941series 4.3box 10folder 2item 11.0
Clark, F.E. Letter to Charles Griffith regarding Orange Valley Church, August 27, 1941series 4.3box 10folder 2item 12.0
Clark, F.E. Letter to C.V. Buttelman regarding Orange Valley Church, August 27, 1941series 4.3box 10folder 2item 13.0
Daniel, John. Handwritten letter to F.E. Clark regarding use of Orange-Highland Avenue Church, September 3, 1941series 4.3box 10folder 2item 14.0
McAll, Reginald. The Hymn Society of America. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding collaboration on Mason celebration, September 12, 1941series 4.3box 10folder 2item 15.0
Ward, Arthur. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding Mason memorial, September 12, 1941series 4.3box 10folder 2item 16.0
Ward, Arthur. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding letter to founders, September 18, 1941series 4.3box 10folder 2item 17.0
Mason, Henry. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding Lowell Mason hymns, September 20, 1941series 4.3box 10folder 2item 18.0
McConathy, Osbourne. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding Luther Mason, September 23, 1941series 4.3box 10folder 2item 19.0
Clark, F.E. Letter to Arthur E. Ward regarding Lowell Mason Sesquicentennial, September 23, 1941series 4.3box 10folder 2item 20.0
Pearce, E. Telegram to F.E. Clark regarding C.V. Buttelman's availability, September 24, 1941series 4.3box 10folder 2item 21.0
McAll, Reginald. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding committee appointed for Mason celebration, September 25, 1941series 4.3box 10folder 2item 22.0
Ward, Arthur. Public Schools, Montclair, New Jersey. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding combined MENC/National Hymn memorial, September 25, 1941series 4.3box 10folder 2item 23.0
McAll, Reginald. The Hymn Society of America. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding Mason meeting, October 1, 1941series 4.3box 10folder 2item 24.0
McConathy, Osbourne. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding Hymn Society and music pamphlet, October 2, 1941series 4.3box 10folder 2item 25.0
Smith, Fowler. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding Mason committee, October 2, 1941series 4.3box 10folder 2item 26.0
Scanlon, Mary. Handwritten letter to F.E. Clark regarding Ohio State fellowship, October 4, 1941series 4.3box 10folder 2item 27.0
McConathy, Osbourne. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding missing genealogy letter, October 5, 1941series 4.3box 10folder 2item 28.0
McConathy, Osbourne. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding reservation, October 6, 1941series 4.3box 10folder 2item 29.0
Ward, Arthur. Public Schools, Montclair, New Jersey. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding Lowell Mason's memorial, October 6, 1941series 4.3box 10folder 2item 30.0
Lowell Mason Correspondence [Folder 2 of 3], 1941series 4.3box 10folder 3
Gildersleeve, Glenn. Letter to F.E. Clark asking to be excused from meeting, October 13, 1941series 4.3box 10folder 3item 1.0
McAll, Reginald. Handwritten note to F.E. Clark regarding material, October 14, 1941series 4.3box 10folder 3item 2.0
Buttelman. C.V. Telegram to F.E. Clark regarding MENC involvement in Mason celebration, October 18, 1941series 4.3box 10folder 3item 3.0
McConathy, Osbourne. Letter to C.V. Buttelman regarding Lowell Mason meetings, October 21, 1941series 4.3box 10folder 3item 4.0
Spivacke, Harold. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding joining the Mason committee, October 21, 1941series 4.3box 10folder 3item 5.0
Scanlon, M. Handwritten Letter to F.E. Clark regarding Lowell Mason Sesquicentennial, October 22, 1941series 4.3box 10folder 3item 6.0
Jaquish, John. Atlantic City High School, Atlantic City. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding committee meeting, October 22, 1941series 4.3box 10folder 3item 7.0
Durham, Franklin. Letter to F.E. Clark declining invitation to lunch, October 25, 1941series 4.3box 10folder 3item 8.0
Buttelman, C.V. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding Louis Curtis, October 27, 1941series 4.3box 10folder 3item 9.0
McConathy, Osbourne. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding Mason pamphlet, October 27, 1941series 4.3box 10folder 3item 10.0
Unknown Author-MENC. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding inscription on monument, October 27, 1941series 4.3box 10folder 3item 11.0
McConathy, Osbourne. Letter to Arthur Ward, copied to F.E. Clark regarding bronze sign, October 28, 1941series 4.3box 10folder 3item 12.0
Wilson, Tom. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding report of meeting, November 7, 1941series 4.3box 10folder 3item 13.0
McConathy, Osbourne. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding report of meeting, November 7, 1941series 4.3box 10folder 3item 14.0
Dykema, Peter. Handwritten letter to F.E. Clark regarding spelling, November 8, 1941series 4.3box 10folder 3item 15.0
Rich, Arthur. Catawba College. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding manuscript of book on Lowell Mason book, November 10, 1941series 4.3box 10folder 3item 16.0
Hayden, Glen. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding Rich dissertation, November 12, 1941series 4.3box 10folder 3item 17.0
Hesser, Ernest. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding Mason anthem, November 13, 1941series 4.3box 10folder 3item 18.0
Smith, Fowler. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding Mason meeting and expenditures, November 14, 1941series 4.3box 10folder 3item 19.0
Clark, F.E. Letters to various recipients regarding Mason committee meeting dinner, November 14, 1941series 4.3box 10folder 3item 20.0
Jaquish, John. Letter to Wilbert Hitchner regarding celebration of Mason's birth, November 17, 1941series 4.3box 10folder 3item 21.0
McConathy, Osbourne. Letter to United States Bronze Sign Company regarding order for plaque, November 17, 1941series 4.3box 10folder 3item 22.0
McConathy, Osbourne. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding speaking at a meeting, November 17, 1941series 4.3box 10folder 3item 23.0
McConathy, Osbourne. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding wording for plaque, November 17, 1941series 4.3box 10folder 3item 24.0
McConathy, Osbourne. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding speaking at a meeting, November 17, 1941series 4.3box 10folder 3item 25.0
Buttelman, C.V. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding Music Educators Journal, November 17, 1941series 4.3box 10folder 3item 26.0
Barnes, Edwin. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding meeting, November 19, 1941series 4.3box 10folder 3item 27.0
McAll, Reginald. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding meeting and additions to paper, November 22, 1941series 4.3box 10folder 3item 28.0
McConathy, Osbourne. Letter to United States Bronze Sign Company regarding confirmation of wording for plaque, November 24, 1941series 4.3box 10folder 3item 29.0
Hackett, Mabel. Handwritten letter to F.E. Clark regarding chairman for dinner, November 24, 1941series 4.3box 10folder 3item 30.0
Studebaker, J.W. Federal Security Agency, U.S. Office of Education. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding inability to serve on the Mason committee, November 24, 1941series 4.3box 10folder 3item 31.0
McConathy, Osbourne. Letter to C.V. Buttelman regarding Mason songs, November 25, 1941series 4.3box 10folder 3item 32.0
Clark, F.E. Letter to Homer Mowe regarding singers for the celebration, 1941series 4.3box 10folder 3item 33.0
Mowe, Homer. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding singers for the celebration, November 26, 1941series 4.3box 10folder 3item 34.0
McAll, Reginald. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding Mason service and article, November 28, 1941series 4.3box 10folder 3item 35.0
Lowell Mason Correspondence [Folder 3 of 3], 1941series 4.3box 10folder 4
Dykema, Peter. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding singing school scenes, December 3, 1941series 4.3box 10folder 4item 1.0
Mason, Daniel. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding invitation to Mason dinner meeting, December 3, 1941series 4.3box 10folder 4item 2.0
Jaquish, John. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding presiding at graveside ceremony, December 3, 1941series 4.3box 10folder 4item 3.0
Morgan, Russell. Telegram to F.E. Clark regarding regrets at inability to attend Mason memorial, December 10, 1941series 4.3box 10folder 4item 4.0
Edwards, Deane. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding material for program, December 11, 1941series 4.3box 10folder 4item 5.0
MacDonnell, Elizabeth. Handwritten letter to F.E. Clark regarding plaque, December 11, 1941series 4.3box 10folder 4item 6.0
Morgan, Russell. Board of Education, Cleveland. Letter to F.E. Clark, December 11, 1941series 4.3box 10folder 4item 7.0
Jaquish, John. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding Eastern Conference expenditures, December 12, 1941series 4.3box 10folder 4item 8.0
Grant, Richard. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding Mason meeting, December 13, 1941series 4.3box 10folder 4item 9.0
McConathy, Osbourne. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding bronze sign, December 15, 1941series 4.3box 10folder 4item 10.0
McConathy, Osbourne. Letter to United States Bronze Sign Company regarding casting of plaque, December 15, 1941series 4.3box 10folder 4item 11.0
McConathy, Osbourne. Letter to C.V. Buttelman regarding Lowell Mason plaque, December 15, 1941series 4.3box 10folder 4item 12.0
McConathy, Osbourne. Letter to Arthur Ward regarding Lowell Mason plaque, December 15, 1941series 4.3box 10folder 4item 13.0
Clark, F.E. Letter to Dr. Cover regarding graveside program, December 15, 1941series 4.3box 10folder 4item 14.0
Birchard, C.C. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding faculty at first summer school, December 18, 1941series 4.3box 10folder 4item 15.0
Covert, William. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding the dinner committee, December 19, 1941series 4.3box 10folder 4item 16.0
Goodykoontz, Bess. Federal Security Agency, U.S. Office of Education. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding inability to serve on the Mason committee, December 22, 1941series 4.3box 10folder 4item 17.0
Barnes, Edwin. DC Schools. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding Mason hymns, December 23, 1941series 4.3box 10folder 4item 18.0
Smith, David. Letter accepting invitation to serve on Mason committee, 1941series 4.3box 10folder 4item 19.0
Clark, F.E. Suggested Letter to be sent to MENC Founders, 1941series 4.3box 10folder 4item 20.0
Lowell Mason Correspondence, 1942 and undatedseries 4.3box 10folder 5
Catron, Frances Smith. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding contribution to Mason plaque, January 5, 1942series 4.3box 10folder 5item 1.0
Clark, F.E. Note to committee members, January 8, 1942series 4.3box 10folder 5item 2.0
McAll, Reginald. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding service and printer issues, January 9, 1942series 4.3box 10folder 5item 3.0
McConathy, Osbourne. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding source authority, January 12, 1942series 4.3box 10folder 5item 4.0
Griffith, Charles. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding dinner program, January 15, 1942series 4.3box 10folder 5item 5.0
Hooper, Gladys. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding Mason service, January 16, 1942series 4.3box 10folder 5item 6.0
McConathy, Osbourne. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding Mason's absence in Europe, January 23, 1942series 4.3box 10folder 5item 7.0
Ward, Arthur. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding bills and program, January 24, 1942series 4.3box 10folder 5item 8.0
Ward, Arthur. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding bills and complaints with Hymn Society, January 28, 1942series 4.3box 10folder 5item 9.0
Buttelman, C.V. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding deficit on Mason celebration, January 31, 1942series 4.3box 10folder 5item 10.0
Ward, Arthur. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding check from Hymn Society, February 6, 1942series 4.3box 10folder 5item 11.0
McConathy. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding payment for plaque, February 6, 1942series 4.3box 10folder 5item 12.0
McClintock, Bessie. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding change in bill, February 10, 1942series 4.3box 10folder 5item 13.0
Clark, F.E. Letter to C.V. Buttelman regarding journal and program, 1942series 4.3box 10folder 5item 14.0
Unknown author. Cosmos Club. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding Mason hymns, undatedseries 4.3box 10folder 5item 15.0

Subseries 4.4: Other Professional Organizations Correspondence, 1893-1952 (0.25 Linear Feet)

This subseries contains professional correspondence related to F.E. Clark's involvement in numerous organizations including the National Federation of Musical Clubs, the National Committee for Music in Education, various State and Local Music Clubs, the Institute of Musico-Therapy Inc, and others.

DescriptionSeriesBox / ReelFolder / FrameItem
National Summer Music School Correspondence, 1906, 1950series 4.4box 11folder 1
Pierce, Mary Reid. American Book Company. Letter to F.E. Clark, August 21, 1906series 4.4box 11folder 1item 1.0
Halvorson, Henry. Ginn and Company. Letter to F.E. Clark including 1893 graduate list of National Summer School, July 5, 1950series 4.4box 11folder 1item 2.0
National Federation of Musical Clubs Letters, 1910-1952, and undatedseries 4.4box 11folder 2
Casterton, Elizabeth. Letter to Mrs. Kelsey, President- National Federation of Music Clubs, December 12, 1910series 4.4box 11folder 2item 1.0
Kinney, Leila. Letter to the Officers and Members of the National Federation of Musical Clubs, October, 1912series 4.4box 11folder 2item 2.0
Kinney, Leila. National Federation of Music Clubs, Eighth Biennial Festival. Letter to F.E. Clark, February 3, 1913series 4.4box 11folder 2item 3.0
Gilfillan, Lilian. National Federation of Music Clubs, Ninth Biennial Festival. Letter to F.E. Clark, October 16, 1913series 4.4box 11folder 2item 4.0
Smith, Ella May. Letter to F.E. Clark asking her to be on the American Music Committee, August 25, 1915series 4.4box 11folder 2item 5.0
Smith. Ella May. Letter to F.E. Clark. Detailing her frustrations as board member, January 7, 1919series 4.4box 11folder 2item 6.0
Seiberling, Gertrude. Western Union telegram to F.E. Clark regarding dismissal of Mrs. Steele, January 30, 1920series 4.4box 11folder 2item 7.0
Seiberling, Gertrude. National Federation of Music Clubs. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding memberships and endowments, February 17, 1920series 4.4box 11folder 2item 8.0
Seiberling, Gertrude. National Federation of Music Clubs. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding, March 24, 1920series 4.4box 11folder 2item 9.0
Smith, Ella May. National Federation of Music Clubs. Letter to F.E. Clark, October 15, 1921series 4.4box 11folder 2item 10.0
Lyons, Lucile. National Federation of Music Clubs. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding report on North Carolina meeting, December 8, 1921series 4.4box 11folder 2item 11.0
National Federation of Music Clubs Check for $100.00, January 20, 1923series 4.4box 11folder 2item 12.0
Lyons, Lucile. Letter to F.E. Clark, February 24, 1930series 4.4box 11folder 2item 13.0
Ottaway, Ruth. National Federation of Music Clubs. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding her resignation from the board of directors, April 17, 1930series 4.4box 11folder 2item 14.0
Linch, Mabel. The Matinee Musical Club of Philadelphia. Letter to F.E. Clark, October 12, 1933series 4.4box 11folder 2item 15.0
Keith, Marie. National Federation of Music Clubs. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding the 1951 Biennial Convention Committee, November 17, 1949series 4.4box 11folder 2item 16.0
Dougan, Vera. National Federation of Music Clubs. Letter regarding planning of biennial convention, September 21, 1950series 4.4box 11folder 2item 17.0
Keith, Marie. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding Biennial planning, November 1, 1950series 4.4box 11folder 2item 18.0
Clark, F.E. Letter to Vera Dougan regarding luncheon on State Day, November 6, 1950series 4.4box 11folder 2item 19.0
Fisher, Emma. Letter to F.E. Clark, August 15, 1951series 4.4box 11folder 2item 20.0
MacDowell, Mrs. Edward. Letter to Clara Abbott regarding endowment fund, October 3, 1952series 4.4box 11folder 2item 21.0
Clark, F.E. Letter to members of National Federation regarding public School Music, undatedseries 4.4box 11folder 2item 22.0
Clark, F.E. Letter regarding Public School Music Committee, undatedseries 4.4box 11folder 2item 23.0
Warner, Emilia. Letter to F.E. Clark, undatedseries 4.4box 11folder 2item 24.0
National Federation of Music Clubs Circulars and Reports, 1910, 1913, 1951, and undatedseries 4.4box 11folder 3
National Federation of Music Clubs, Statement for Publicity, 1910series 4.4box 11folder 3item 1.0
Clark, F.E. Report from the committee on Public School Music, 1913series 4.4box 11folder 3item 2.0
Clark, F.E. Report from the committee on Public School Music. Chicago, 1913series 4.4box 11folder 3item 3.0
Clark, F.E. "Report of the Public School Music Committee." Regarding the reorganization of committee, 1913series 4.4box 11folder 3item 4.0
Clark, F.E. "Report of the Public School Music Department", 1913series 4.4box 11folder 3item 5.0
"Board Meeting of National Federation of Musical Clubs, April 26, 1913series 4.4box 11folder 3item 6.0
Clark, F.E. "The Genesis of The National Federation of Music Clubs", 1951series 4.4box 11folder 3item 7.0
Articles of the National Federation of Music Clubs, undatedseries 4.4box 11folder 3item 8.0
National Federation of Music Clubs, Special Policy Rules, undatedseries 4.4box 11folder 3item 9.0
National Federation of Music Clubs, Suggested List of American Compositions, undatedseries 4.4box 11folder 3item 10.0
"NFMC", undatedseries 4.4box 11folder 3item 11.0
Seiberling, Gertrude. "Statement Concerning the Type of Organization Covered By the Corporation of the National Federation of Music Clubs, undatedseries 4.4box 11folder 3item 12.0
Membership roster, undatedseries 4.4box 11folder 3item 13.0
State and Local Music Clubs, 1921-1951, and undatedseries 4.4box 11folder 4
Murdoch, Margaret. New Jersey State Federation of Women's Clubs. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding conference, December 27, 1921series 4.4box 11folder 4item 1.0
Dykema, P.W. Teachers College, Columbia University. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding "In and About" Club, November 14, 1932series 4.4box 11folder 4item 2.0
Dykema, P.W. Teachers College, Columbia University. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding "In and About" Club, March 11, 1937series 4.4box 11folder 4item 3.0
Clark, F.E. Letter to Loretta Sanders regarding Music Week. Attached are letter to the Club and a song for The Matinee Musical Club, May 4, 1939series 4.4box 11folder 4item 4.0
Merrick, James Kirk. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding Art Alliance, February 2, 1944series 4.4box 11folder 4item 5.0
Chase, Kate. New York Federation of Music Clubs. Letter to special members of the Federation with ticket enclosed, November 14, 1945series 4.4box 11folder 4item 6.0
Jaxtheimer, Louise. Pennsylvania Federation of Music Clubs. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding judging a contest, February 26, 1946series 4.4box 11folder 4item 7.0
Johnston, Mary Winslow. The Matinee Musical Club of Philadelphia Letter to F.E. Clark regarding American Music dinner, April 17, 1946series 4.4box 11folder 4item 8.0
Maynard, Clarke. Wilmington Public Schools. Handwritten letter to F.E. Clark regarding Philadelphia Music Club, May 17, 1951series 4.4box 11folder 4item 9.0
Dash, James Allan. An Important Announcement. Letter regarding All-America Chorus, undatedseries 4.4box 11folder 4item 10.0
National Committee for Music in Education, 1937-1941series 4.4box 11folder 5
Clark, F.E. Letter to Franklin Dunham. National Broadcasting Company, Incorporated, May 18, 1937series 4.4box 11folder 5item 1.0
Landebury, John. University of Oregon. Letter to F.E. Clark, February 7, 1938series 4.4box 11folder 5item 2.0
Engel, Carl. Letter to F.E. Clark agreeing to help on committee, February 24, 1938series 4.4box 11folder 5item 3.0
Williams, Charl Ormond. Letter to F.E. Clark declining to serve on committee, March 14, 1938series 4.4box 11folder 5item 4.0
Zook, George. Letter to F.E. Clark declining to appear at hearing, March 15, 1938series 4.4box 11folder 5item 5.0
Clark, F.E. Letter to S.T. Burns regarding failed bill, March 9, 1940series 4.4box 11folder 5item 6.0
Maddy, Joseph. President- National Music Camp. Letter to F.E. Clark, November 26, 1940series 4.4box 11folder 5item 7.0
Heffernan, Helen. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding failed bill, December 9, 1940series 4.4box 11folder 5item 8.0
Clark, F.E. Letter to Harold Meyer. Office of Education, March 13, 1941series 4.4box 11folder 5item 9.0
Clark, F.E. Letter to Paul McNutt. Director-Federal Security Agency, March 13, 1941series 4.4box 11folder 5item 10.0
Givens, Willard. National Committee on Education and Defense. Letter to F.E. Clark, January 23, 1941series 4.4box 11folder 5item 11.0
Smith, Fowler. Western Union telegram and MENC draft proposal. Letter to F.E. Clark, February 24, 1941series 4.4box 11folder 5item 12.0
ASCAP/National Broadcasting Correspondence, 1940-1941series 4.4box 11folder 6
Letter to F.E. Clark from National Broadcasting Company, Incorporated, December 16, 1940series 4.4box 11folder 6item 1.0
National Association of Broadcasters. Letter to the Authors and Composers Who are Members of ASCAP, January 1, 1941series 4.4box 11folder 6item 2.0
National Association of Broadcasters. Letter to American Music Lovers, January 17, 1941series 4.4box 11folder 6item 3.0
Committee of Training in Athletics, Physical Education and Recreation Correspondence, 1940-1941, and undatedseries 4.4box 11folder 7
McNutt, Paul. Federal Security Agency. Memo regarding educational policies in school, September 13, 1940series 4.4box 11folder 7item 1.0
Studebaker, J.W. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding music and morale, December 19, 1940series 4.4box 11folder 7item 2.0
Studebaker, J.W. Telegram invitation to join committee. Western Union, February 10, 1941series 4.4box 11folder 7item 3.0
Studebaker, J.W. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding committee meeting, February 12, 1941series 4.4box 11folder 7item 4.0
Gartlan, George H. Board of Education, New York. Letter to F.E. Clark, February 21, 1941series 4.4box 11folder 7item 5.0
Kelly, Fred. Federal Security Agency, U.S. Office of Education, Washington, DC. Letter to F.E. Clark, February 26, 1941series 4.4box 11folder 7item 6.0
Meyer, Harold. Federal Security Agency, U.S. Office of Education, Washington, DC. Letter to F.E. Clark, March 5, 1941series 4.4box 11folder 7item 7.0
Clark, Henry. Lafayette College. Letter to F.E. Clark, March 17, 1941series 4.4box 11folder 7item 8.0
Membership roster. Advisory Committee on Training in Athletics, Physical Education and Recreation, undatedseries 4.4box 11folder 7item 9.0
Preliminary Report, undatedseries 4.4box 11folder 7item 10.0
Music Therapy Correspondence, 1944-1949, and undatedseries 4.4box 11folder 8
Belden, Darwin. Letter to Frances Paperte-Walter Reed General Hospital, May 10, 1944series 4.4box 11folder 8item 1.0
Extract from Report of Dr. Clark, September 8, 1944series 4.4box 11folder 8item 2.0
Clark, Frances Elliott. Letter to John G. Paine, September 8, 1944series 4.4box 11folder 8item 3.0
Report by F.E. Clark, Institute of Musico Therapy, Incorporated, October 4, 1944series 4.4box 11folder 8item 4.0
Ackerly, Spafford. Letter to Frances Paperte. University of Louisville, Louisville, Kentucky, November 25, 1944series 4.4box 11folder 8item 5.0
Pennell, Capt. S. Letter to Frances Paperte, March 1945series 4.4box 11folder 8item 6.0
Atchison, Sgt. Charles N. Letter to Frances Paperte, March 23, 1945series 4.4box 11folder 8item 7.0
Welling, Dr. Arthur W. Letter to Frances Paperte-Institute of Musico Therapy, Incorporated, 1945series 4.4box 11folder 8item 8.0
Clark, Frances Elliott. Letter to Frances Paperte-Institute of Musico Therapy Incorporated, President, July 6, 1945series 4.4box 11folder 8item 9.0
Paperte, Frances. Letter to Frances Elliott Clark, July 17, 1945series 4.4box 11folder 8item 10.0
Article Reprint-Music in Military Medicine, by Frances Paperte, 1946series 4.4box 11folder 8item 11.0
Paperte, Frances. Letter to Frances Elliott Clark, September 22, 1949series 4.4box 11folder 8item 12.0
Short Music in Military Medicine pamphlets, no author, undatedseries 4.4box 11folder 8item 13.0
List of "Songs of Appeal", undatedseries 4.4box 11folder 8item 14.0
Recommended Selections of Music, undatedseries 4.4box 11folder 8item 15.0
Philadelphia Committee Correspondence, 1942-1945, and undatedseries 4.4box 11folder 9
American Unity Music Committee-Philadelphia. Meeting minutes with pamphlet by C.V. Buttelman titled "The Professional Organization and the War Effort", 1942series 4.4box 11folder 9item 1.0
Mayor's Philadelphia Committee for Victory, Thanksgiving, and Rededication. List, 1944series 4.4box 11folder 9item 2.0
Program Committee, 1944series 4.4box 11folder 9item 3.0
Program for Event "A", 1944series 4.4box 11folder 9item 4.0
Program for Event "B", 1944series 4.4box 11folder 9item 5.0
Festival of Thanksgiving and Praise committee minutes, 1944series 4.4box 11folder 9item 6.0
Musser, Mrs. Charles S. Letter to Pastor, 1944series 4.4box 11folder 9item 7.0
Lindsay, G.L. Philadelphia Council of Defense "Music for Victory" Committee, June 23, 1944series 4.4box 11folder 9item 8.0
Samuel, Bernard, Mayor. Letter to F.E. Clark, September 7, 1944series 4.4box 11folder 9item 9.0
Samuel, Bernard, Mayor. Letter to F.E. Clark, September 13, 1944series 4.4box 11folder 9item 10.0
Samuel, Bernard, Mayor. Letter to F.E. Clark, September 20, 1944series 4.4box 11folder 9item 11.0
Bolger, Robert. Letter to William K. Huff, September 21, 1944series 4.4box 11folder 9item 12.0
Committee minutes. Philadelphia, September 26, 1944series 4.4box 11folder 9item 13.0
Short, Frank. Mayor's Philadelphia Committee for Victory, Thanksgiving, and Rededication, October 10, 1944series 4.4box 11folder 9item 14.0
Palmquist, Elim. The Philadelphia Federation of Churches, October 16, 1944series 4.4box 11folder 9item 15.0
Musser, Mrs. Charles S. "Special Announcement." Mayor's Philadelphia Committee for Victory, Thanksgiving, and Rededication, April 12, 1945series 4.4box 11folder 9item 16.0
Samuel, Bernard, Mayor. Letter to F.E. Clark, 1945series 4.4box 11folder 9item 17.0
Samuel, Bernard. Letter to F.E. Clark, May 11, 1945series 4.4box 11folder 9item 18.0
Samuel, Bernard. "V-J Day Celebration." Mayor's Philadelphia Committee for Victory, Thanksgiving, and Rededication, August 13, 1945series 4.4box 11folder 9item 19.0
Rosenblum, Maxwell. Mayor's Philadelphia Committee for Victory, Thanksgiving, and Rededication, September 6, 1945series 4.4box 11folder 9item 20.0
Short, Frank. Mayor's Philadelphia Committee for Victory, Thanksgiving, and Rededication, undatedseries 4.4box 11folder 9item 21.0
Miscellaneous Professional Correspondence, 1893-1950, and undatedseries 4.4box 11folder 10
Thomas, Emma, Director of Music of Detroit Public Schools to F.E. Clark informing her that there are no teaching positions available, August 22, 1893series 4.4box 11folder 10item 1.0
Damrosch. Frank, Director of Institute of Musical Art to F.E. Clark. Accepting invitation to speak at National Educational Association Music Section in Denver, November 9, 1908series 4.4box 11folder 10item 2.0
Pearson, Enoch W. Letter to F.E. Clark congratulating her for work, May 9, 1912series 4.4box 11folder 10item 3.0
Cooke, James Francis. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding Tri-State College application, December 3, 1935series 4.4box 11folder 10item 4.0
Kelhey, E.B. Telegram to F.E. Clark regarding regrets, August 4, 1938series 4.4box 11folder 10item 5.0
Beattie, J.W. Letter to F.E. Clark, February 20, 1940series 4.4box 11folder 10item 6.0
Griffith, Charles. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding a printed photograph, October 29, 1940series 4.4box 11folder 10item 7.0
Unknown, Peter. Letter regarding length of her speech, February 25, 1950series 4.4box 11folder 10item 8.0
Landsbury, John. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding job at Columbia, undatedseries 4.4box 11folder 10item 9.0

Subseries 4.5: Publication Correspondence, 1907-1944 (2 Folders)

This subseries includes letters regarding proposed and written publications by F.E. Clark. Included are letters written by publishers to F.E. Clark and from F.E. Clark to publishers, as well as some third party letters regarding an unpublished Clark manuscript.

DescriptionSeriesBox / ReelFolder / FrameItem
Publisher Correspondence, 1907-1944series 4.5box 11folder 11
Tapper, Thomas, American Book Company. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding Siefert Book and upcoming national education conferences, May 17, 1907series 4.5box 11folder 11item 1.0
Dykema, Peter, C.C. Birchard. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding Laurel Music Reader, September 3, 1907series 4.5box 11folder 11item 2.0
Hayden, P. C. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding Des Moines articles, January 11, 1908series 4.5box 11folder 11item 3.0
American Book Company. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding booklets and pamphlets, October 3, 1911series 4.5box 11folder 11item 4.0
Mathews, W.S.B. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding the printing of a book, May 19, 1911series 4.5box 11folder 11item 5.0
Springer, D.W. Letter to F.E. Clarke regarding galley proofs of her address for corrections, November 13, 1915series 4.5box 11folder 11item 6.0
Campbell, Ola. The Musical Monitor. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding report for Musical Monitor, December 17, 1918series 4.5box 11folder 11item 7.0
Fisher, William. Oliver Ditson Company. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding Grace Before Meals book. (3 Letters), March 1923series 4.5box 11folder 11item 8.0
Hayden, P.C. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding submission of 200 word letter for School Music. (HOUSED WITH 1908 HAYDEN LETTER), April 15, 1924series 4.5box 11folder 11item 9.0
Birchard, C.C. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding her manuscript. (HOUSED WITH 1907 BIRCHARD LETTER), August 31, 1944series 4.5box 11folder 11item 10.0
F.E. Clark Manuscript Correspondence -- Contents:Correspondence between F.E. Clark, H. Kinscella, Vanett Lawler, C.V. Buttelman and a publisher regarding the unpublished Clark manuscript Music In Education As I Have Lived It, 1949-1950series 4.5box 11folder 12

Subseries 4.6: Personal Correspondence, 1911-1952 (7 Folders)

This subseries contains personal correspondence between F.E. Clark and her friends, family and colleagues, including thank you notes, letters, and cards.

DescriptionSeriesBox / ReelFolder / FrameItem
Personal Correspondence, 1913-1937series 4.6box 11folder 13
Updegraff, Harlan. Letter to F.E. Clark declining dinner, October 7, 1913series 4.6box 11folder 13item 1.0
Pierce, Mary. Letter to F.E. Clark describing travel difficulties, November 3, 1914series 4.6box 11folder 13item 2.0
Unknown, Edith. Handwritten letter to F.E. Clark regarding her travels, May 23, 1915series 4.6box 11folder 13item 3.0
Cooke, James Francis. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding PMTA dinner, October 19, 1919series 4.6box 11folder 13item 4.0
Unknown Author. Handwritten letter to F.E. Clark regarding astrological chart, February 4, 1921series 4.6box 11folder 13item 5.0
Presser, Theodore. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding dinner, February 4, 1921series 4.6box 11folder 13item 6.0
Tovey, Henry. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding a jade pendant, June 29, 1926series 4.6box 11folder 13item 7.0
Cooke, James Frances (possibly). Handwritten letter to F.E. Clark from Europe, April 10, 1927series 4.6box 11folder 13item 8.0
Rose, J. Handwritten letter to F.E. Clark, March 31, 1927series 4.6box 11folder 13item 9.0
Winslow, Agnes. Excerpt from letter, December 2, 1927series 4.6box 11folder 13item 10.0
Grandchild (name unknown). Handwritten letter, November 17, 1937series 4.6box 11folder 13item 11.0
Personal Correspondence, 1938-1952, and undatedseries 4.6box 11folder 14
Coburn, E.L. Handwritten letter to Elizabeth Pratt, April 20, 1938series 4.6box 11folder 14item 1.0
Lyons, Lucile. Handwritten letter F.E. Clark regarding working together, May 21, 1938series 4.6box 11folder 14item 2.0
Clark, F.E. Letter to C.V. Buttelman regarding his illness, December 17, 1942series 4.6box 11folder 14item 3.0
Clark, F.E. Letter to Cecil Creel regarding her grandson, December 17, 1942series 4.6box 11folder 14item 4.0
Birchard, C.C. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding death of Theresa, February 14, 1944series 4.6box 11folder 14item 5.0
Rosenberry, Claude. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding his summer schedule, July 9, 1947series 4.6box 11folder 14item 6.0
Kendel, John. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding visit, September 5, 1947series 4.6box 11folder 14item 7.0
Cooke, James Francis. Letter to F.E. Clark inviting her to a concert, October 1, 1947series 4.6box 11folder 14item 8.0
Cooke, James Francis. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding his retirement, October 28, 1949series 4.6box 11folder 14item 9.0
Hershey, Lewis. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding her illness, March 9, 1951series 4.6box 11folder 14item 10.0
Rush, Ralph. Handwritten letter to F.E. Clark regarding a copy of a picture, October 24, 1952series 4.6box 11folder 14item 11.0
Congdon, C. Letter fragments, undatedseries 4.6box 11folder 14item 12.0
Letters to Family: European Trip -- Contents: Clark, F.E. Collected letters to family, written while on European trip, 1928series 4.6box 11folder 15
Cards, 1919-1928, and undatedseries 4.6box 11folder 16
Christmas card from Frank Sieberling to F.E. Clark, 1919series 4.6box 11folder 16item 1.0
High Country Card from "Josephine" in Wyoming, 1927series 4.6box 11folder 16item 2.0
Invitation card to Fancy Dress Ball from Frank Sieberling to F.E. Clark, December 14, 1928series 4.6box 11folder 16item 3.0
Christmas Card from Frank Sieberling to F.E. Clark, 1928series 4.6box 11folder 16item 4.0
Christmas card from Daisy Magee to F.E. Clark, undatedseries 4.6box 11folder 16item 5.0
Personal Correspondence from Alfred Spouse, Arthur Ward and Cornelia Warner, 1929-1954, and undatedseries 4.6box 11folder 17
Spouse, Alfred. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding her 85th birthday, May 31, 1945series 4.6box 11folder 17item 1.0
Spouse, Alfred. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding her 85th birthday, July 18, 1947series 4.6box 11folder 17item 2.0
Spouse, Alfred. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding her "accident", September 3, 1948series 4.6box 11folder 17item 3.0
Ward, Arthur. Letter to F.E. Clark urging her to write her memoirs, January 15, 1947series 4.6box 11folder 17item 4.0
Ward, Arthur. Letter to F.E. Clark offering his service, November 15, 1954series 4.6box 11folder 17item 5.0
Warner, Cornelia. "Just after our 21st Birthday Breakfast in Stevens hotel and a week or two before I sailed for Europe", April 25, 1928series 4.6box 11folder 17item 6.0
Warner, Cornelia. Handwritten letter to F.E. Clark from Vienna, June 7, 1929series 4.6box 11folder 17item 7.0
Warner, Cornelia. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding disgust with Victor management, June 2, 1931series 4.6box 11folder 17item 8.0
Warner, Cornelia. Handwritten letter to F.E. Clark regarding St. Louis conference, April 30, 1938series 4.6box 11folder 17item 9.0
Warner, Cornelia. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding her ocean voyage, undatedseries 4.6box 11folder 17item 10.0
Warner, Cornelia. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding family visit, undatedseries 4.6box 11folder 17item 11.0
Thank You Letters and Cards, 1911-1934series 4.6box 11folder 18
Pearson, Enoch. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding Mr. Shartle, December 15, 1911series 4.6box 11folder 18item 1.0
Society of Arts and Sciences. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding dinner, January 24, 1923series 4.6box 11folder 18item 2.0
Bennett, Minerva. Handwritten letter to F.E. Clark regarding nomination for honorary degree, March 23, 1927series 4.6box 11folder 18item 3.0
Musical Field Day Thank Yous, July 1928series 4.6box 11folder 18item 4.0
Bennett, Minerva. Thank you letter to F.E. Clark, May 15, 1930series 4.6box 11folder 18item 5.0
Paul, Marion. Thank you note to F.E. Clark, May 16, 1930series 4.6box 11folder 18item 6.0
Wellington, A.R. Thank you not to F.E. Clark regarding Playground Workers conference, July 7, 1930series 4.6box 11folder 18item 7.0
Aylesworth, M.H. Thank you note to F.E. Clark, May 2, 1931series 4.6box 11folder 18item 8.0
Peacock, S. A. Thank you letter to RCA Victor regarding F.E. Clark, November 8, 1932series 4.6box 11folder 18item 9.0
Owen, Frank. Batavia Public Schools. Thank you note to F.E. Clark, July 15, 1933series 4.6box 11folder 18item 10.0
Neulen, Leon. New Jersey Board of Education. Thank you note to F.E. Clark, October 27, 1933series 4.6box 11folder 18item 11.0
Neulen, Leon. New Jersey Board of Education. Thank you note to RCA Victor regarding F.E. Clark, October 27, 1933series 4.6box 11folder 18item 12.0
Mecaskie, Elsie. Handwritten thank you note to F.E. Clark, November 1, 1933series 4.6box 11folder 18item 13.0
Wilson, Thomas. Public Schools, Elizabeth, NJ. Thank you note to F.E. Clark, November 5, 1933series 4.6box 11folder 18item 14.0
Haley, Ada. Handwritten thank you note to F.E. Clark, January 14, 1934series 4.6box 11folder 18item 15.0
Sayre, Martha. Public Schools, Moorestown, NJ. Thank you note to F.E. Clark, December 13, 1934series 4.6box 11folder 18item 16.0
Thank You Letters and Cards, 1935-1945series 4.6box 11folder 19
Rosenberry, M. Claude. Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, Department of Public Instruction. Thank you note to F.E. Clark, February 21, 1935series 4.6box 11folder 19item 1.0
Clemens, Bertha. Handwritten thank you note to F.E. Clark, October 23, 1935series 4.6box 11folder 19item 2.0
Hausknecht, C. Edward. State Teachers College, Department of Music. Thank you note to F.E. Clark, February 12, 1936series 4.6box 11folder 19item 3.0
Lobach, Pearl. Handwritten thank you note to F.E. Clark, February 26, 1936series 4.6box 11folder 19item 4.0
Scott, J.L. University of Pennsylvania. Thank you note to F.E. Clark, April 22, 1936series 4.6box 11folder 19item 5.0
Snyder, Ruth. Thank you letter to RCA Victor regarding F.E. Clark, April 28, 1936series 4.6box 11folder 19item 6.0
Bennett, Minerva. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding choral festival, June 1, 1936series 4.6box 11folder 19item 7.0
Geissler, Louis. Thank you letter to F.E. Clark, August 22, 1936series 4.6box 11folder 19item 8.0
Hesser, Ernest. NYU School of Education. Thank you letter to F.E. Clark, August 4, 1937series 4.6box 11folder 19item 9.0
Cooke, James Francis. Letter to F.E. Clark regarding dinner, January 27, 1945series 4.6box 11folder 19item 10.0
Musser, Florence. Letter to F.E. Clark thanking her for lecture, January 20 [undated]series 4.6box 11folder 19item 11.0

Series 5: Programs and Memorabilia, 1890-1961 (2.00 Linear Feet)

This series consists of programs, clippings, brochures, reports and other memorabilia related to F. E. Clark's professional activities and personal interests. It has been divided into three subseries.

Subseries 5.1: Programs, 1890-1952 (0.50 Linear Feet)

This subseries includes programs and orders of events for concerts, conferences, lectures and meetings attended by F.E. Clark.

DescriptionSeriesBox / ReelFolder / FrameItem
Field Day Programs, 1928series 5.1box 12folder 1
"Dinner at Verrey's Restaurant." Program for First Field Day for Music Educationists, July 7, 1928series 5.1box 12folder 1item 1.0
"First Field Day for Music Educationists British and American." Program, July 7, 1928series 5.1box 12folder 1item 2.0
Lowell Mason Sesquicentennial Programs, 1892, 1942series 5.1box 12folder 2
"Singing School Ways Recalled." The Hundredth Anniversary of Dr. Lowell Mason's Birth Celebrated, 1892series 5.1box 12folder 2item 1.0
"A Service of Divine Worship." Program for service commemorating the 150th Anniversary of the Birth of Lowell Mason, January 8, 1942series 5.1box 12folder 2item 2.0
"Service of Divine Worship." Program for service commemorating the 150th Anniversary of the Birth of Lowell Mason, January 8, 1942series 5.1box 12folder 2item 3.0
"Lowell Mason Celebration." Program for unveiling of memorial tablet commemorating the 150th Anniversary of the Birth of Lowell Mason, January 8, 1942series 5.1box 12folder 2item 4.0
"Lowell Mason Hymns." Program of hymns used in service commemorating the 150th Anniversary of the Birth of Lowell Mason, January 8, 1942series 5.1box 12folder 2item 5.0
"Lowell Mason Hymns." Program of plaque text, January 8, 1942series 5.1box 12folder 2item 6.0
"Lowell Mason Sesqui-centennial." Program of Highland Avenue Church service, January 8, 1942series 5.1box 12folder 2item 7.0
MENC programs, 1907-1952, and undatedseries 5.1box 12folder 3
"School Music Supervisor's Conference." Program for original MENC meeting in Keokuk, Iowa, 1907series 5.1box 12folder 3item 1.0
"The First Program." Program of events for Keokuk, Iowa conference, April 10-12, 1907series 5.1box 12folder 3item 2.0
"Preliminary Program: National Conference of Music Supervisors." Program for 1913 Conference. Rochester, NY, April 7-11, 1913series 5.1box 12folder 3item 3.0
"Preliminary Program: National Conference of Music Supervisors." Program for 1914 Conference. Minneapolis, MN, April 27-May 1, 1914series 5.1box 12folder 3item 4.0
"Eighth Annual Meeting Music Supervisors National Conference." Program for the 1915 Conference. Pittsburgh, PA, March 22-26, 1915series 5.1box 12folder 3item 5.0
"Music Supervisors' National Conference." Program for the 10th Meeting. Grand Rapids, MI, March 12-23, 1917series 5.1box 12folder 3item 6.0
Program for the Music Supervisors' National Conference Banquet. Philadelphia, PA, March 20, 1920series 5.1box 12folder 3item 7.0
"Music Supervisors National Conference Official Ballot, 1921." Ballot for election of MENC officers at 1921 conference, 1921series 5.1box 12folder 3item 8.0
"Music Supervisors National Conference." Bulletin for the conference held April 4-8, 1921series 5.1box 12folder 3item 9.0
"Conference Participation in the Service of the Sunday Evening Club." Program of events. Chicago, IL, April 8, 1930series 5.1box 12folder 3item 10.0
"Founders' Association." Program from Music Supervisors Nation Conference, 1934series 5.1box 12folder 3item 11.0
"Centennial Banquet." Program for the MENC Centennial Banquet, March 29, 1938series 5.1box 12folder 3item 12.0
"Music Education National Conference." Chronological list of locations and presidents, 1952series 5.1box 12folder 3item 13.0
"The Advancement Program." Long-term MENC program for music education, undatedseries 5.1box 12folder 3item 14.0
"MENC State-Division-National Committee Organization Plan." Supplement to item 12, undatedseries 5.1box 12folder 3item 15.0
MENC Founders Breakfast Programs, 1923-1937series 5.1box 12folder 4
"First Annual Breakfast of the Founders' Association." Program. Also includes minutes, April 10, 1923series 5.1box 12folder 4item 1.0
"Second Annual Breakfast of the Founders' Association." Program, April 8, 1924series 5.1box 12folder 4item 2.0
"Founders' Breakfast." Program, April 13, 1926series 5.1box 12folder 4item 3.0
"A Book of Greetings from British Musicians." Bulletin for the conference held in Chicago, printed for the Founders' Breakfast, 1928series 5.1box 12folder 4item 4.0
"Breakfast. In Honor of Its Founders." Program for the conference held in Chicago, printed for the Founders' Breakfast, April 18, 1928series 5.1box 12folder 4item 5.0
"Founders' Service." Program, April 3, 1932series 5.1box 12folder 4item 6.0
"Founders' Breakfast." Program, April 6, 1932series 5.1box 12folder 4item 7.0
"Founders of the MENC." Program, March 31, 1936series 5.1box 12folder 4item 8.0
"Founders and Life Members Breakfast." Program, April 15, 1937series 5.1box 12folder 4item 9.0
Music Programs, 1900-1941series 5.1box 12folder 5
Music program for Southeastern Iowa Teachers' Association Sixth Annual Session. Iowa, March 29-31, 1900series 5.1box 12folder 5item 1.0
"Summer Session: Series of Twelve Lectures on the Teaching of Music Appreciation" Program. Teachers' College-Columbia University, July 8, 1912series 5.1box 12folder 5item 2.0
"Music Dinner." Society of Arts and Sciences, January 21, 1923series 5.1box 12folder 5item 3.0
Program of concert given in Convention Hall Chamber of Commerce, Camden, April 1, 1926series 5.1box 12folder 5item 4.0
Program for State Conference of Music Supervisors and Teachers. California State Board of Education, February 17-19, 1927series 5.1box 12folder 5item 5.0
"Official Program." Southwest Music Supervisors' Conference-First Biennial Meeting. Tulsa, OK, March 2-5, 1927series 5.1box 12folder 5item 6.0
Fowles, Ernest. "Fiftieth Annual Banquet." Program for Society of Musicians of Great Britain. Oxford University Press, December 28, 1928series 5.1box 12folder 5item 7.0
Program for Music Appreciation. Organized by F.E. Clark courtesy of the Victor Talking Machine Company, 1929series 5.1box 12folder 5item 8.0
Arthur Jordan Conservatory of Music Program. Faculty and Calendar listings, 1935series 5.1box 12folder 5item 9.0
Program- Frances Elliott Clark Music Club, 1936series 5.1box 12folder 5item 10.0
McGuffey Night. Program for the Banquet of the Department of Elementary School Principals, February 28, 1938series 5.1box 12folder 5item 11.0
"Eleventh Annual Festival." Program of the American Society of Ancient Instruments Festival. Philadelphia, 1939series 5.1box 12folder 5item 12.0
"Young Peoples Concert." Dedication written by F.E. Clark, December 4, 1941series 5.1box 12folder 5item 13.0
National Conference of Mothers and Parent-Teacher Associations, 1912series 5.1box 12folder 6
"Sixteenth Child-Welfare Conference." National Conference of Mothers and Parent-Teacher Associations. St. Louis, March 20-25, 1912series 5.1box 12folder 6item 1.0
National Summer Music School, 1890-1911, and undatedseries 5.1box 12folder 7
Fourth Annual Concert, National Summer Music School, July 17, 1890series 5.1box 12folder 7item 1.0
Fifth Annual Concert, Supplement, National Summer Music School, July 6, 1891series 5.1box 12folder 7item 2.0
Fifth Annual Concert-National Summer Music School for Teachers, July 17, 1891series 5.1box 12folder 7item 3.0
Seventh Season-National Summer Music School, June 28, 1892series 5.1box 12folder 7item 4.0
Concert-National Summer Music School, July 28, 1892series 5.1box 12folder 7item 5.0
Concert and Graduation Exercises-National Summer Music School, July 11, 1893series 5.1box 12folder 7item 6.0
Alumni Association of the National Summer School of Music, 1903series 5.1box 12folder 7item 7.0
Twenty-Fifth Anniversary-National Summer School of Music, 1911series 5.1box 12folder 7item 8.0
Pamphlet-National Summer Music School for Teachers, undatedseries 5.1box 12folder 7item 9.0
Envelope- Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography- handwritten note indicates "precious" National Summer Music School data had been enclosed, undatedseries 5.1box 12folder 7item 10.0
Philadelphia Music Teachers Association, 1913, 1918, 1928series 5.1box 12folder 8
Philadelphia Music Teachers Association. Twenty Third Season meeting program, 1913-1914series 5.1box 12folder 8item 1.0
Philadelphia Music Teachers Association. Invitation/Program, 1918series 5.1box 12folder 8item 2.0
Possible Activities of a Music Bureau, February 9, 1928series 5.1box 12folder 8item 3.0
Philadelphia Programs, 1929-1943, and undatedseries 5.1box 12folder 9
"Temple Alumni Bulletin." Program for conferring of honorary degrees, February 1929series 5.1box 12folder 9item 1.0
"Founder's Day." Temple University. Program for conferring of degrees, February 15, 1929series 5.1box 12folder 9item 2.0
"Opening." Program of events for music education meeting, October 27, 1933series 5.1box 12folder 9item 3.0
"In Memoriam: Dr. George LeRoy Lindsay." In and About Philadelphia Music Educators Club, October 30, 1943series 5.1box 12folder 9item 4.0
"Mayor's Philadelphia Committee for Victory, Thanksgiving and Rededication." Program of events, undatedseries 5.1box 12folder 9item 5.0
Victor Convention Programs, 1917, 1919, and undatedseries 5.1box 12folder 10
"First Convention of the Heads of the Educational Departments of Victor Distributors and Dealers." Victor Talking Machine Company, August 27, 1917series 5.1box 12folder 10item 1.0
"Second Convention of the Heads of the Educational Departments of Victor Distributors and Dealers." Program. Victor Talking Machine Company, August 25, 1919series 5.1box 12folder 10item 2.0
"The Men Who Direct the Destinies of the RCA Victor Company.", undatedseries 5.1box 12folder 10item 3.0
Undated Programs, undatedseries 5.1box 12folder 11
"Miss Florence Pertz, Pianist." Brochure with lecture reviews by British newspapers, undatedseries 5.1box 12folder 11item 1.0
Lausanne Program. List of attendees, undatedseries 5.1box 12folder 11item 2.0
"Memorial Service.", undatedseries 5.1box 12folder 11item 3.0
"Program." Stephen Foster Dedication, undatedseries 5.1box 12folder 11item 4.0

Subseries 5.2: Clippings, Articles, and Other Materials, 1904-1961 (0.25 Linear Feet)

This subseries contains clippings, articles, brochures and reports related to events and people significant to F.E. Clark.

DescriptionSeriesBox / ReelFolder / FrameItem
ASCAP Brochures, undatedseries 5.2box 13folder 1
American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers. "Portrait of a Protector", undatedseries 5.2box 13folder 1item 1.0
Field Day Clippings, 1923, 1928, and undatedseries 5.2box 13folder 2
"Music Field Day." The Daily Observer, 1923series 5.2box 13folder 2item 1.0
"A Musicians' 'Field Day'." The Times, June 27, 1928series 5.2box 13folder 2item 2.0
"British and American Musicians." The Times, July 7, 1928series 5.2box 13folder 2item 3.0
"King's Message to Musicians." The Daily Observer, undatedseries 5.2box 13folder 2item 4.0
"Musician's Field Day.", undatedseries 5.2box 13folder 2item 5.0
"Music Educationists. A Field Day.", undatedseries 5.2box 13folder 2item 6.0
"Band of Combs and Paper.", undatedseries 5.2box 13folder 2item 7.0
"Morris Dancing-English Folk Dances Revived.", undatedseries 5.2box 13folder 2item 8.0
Lausanne meeting agenda and attendance list, March 18, 1931series 5.2box 13folder 3
Lectures and Articles, 1907-1932, and undatedseries 5.2box 13folder 4
Brand, Louise. "Music in the Schools of Milwaukee.", April 1907series 5.2box 13folder 4item 1.0
Pearson. "Notes taken from Lecture by Mr. Pearson." Text of a lecture, 1911series 5.2box 13folder 4item 2.0
Percy A. Scholes. "Five Thousand Music Teachers." School Music Review, 1928series 5.2box 13folder 4item 3.0
Warner, Cornelia. "Russia Revisited." Text of a lecture, 1932series 5.2box 13folder 4item 4.0
Scholes, W.S. "A Vice-Presidential Appeal", undatedseries 5.2box 13folder 4item 5.0
"S.L. Music Meeting Hears Challenge." St. Louis Times, undatedseries 5.2box 13folder 4item 6.0
Bruce, Frank. "The Penalty of Leadership", undatedseries 5.2box 13folder 4item 7.0
Junor, William. "Your Heritage, America." Award winning essay, undatedseries 5.2box 13folder 4item 8.0
Lowell Mason Materials, 1941-1952, and undatedseries 5.2box 13folder 5
Ward, Arthur. Notes on Lowell Mason Memorial Committee Meeting, October 20, 1941series 5.2box 13folder 5item 1.0
Ward, Arthur. Acting Secretary's report on the meeting of the Lowell Mason Memorial Committee, October 20, 1941series 5.2box 13folder 5item 2.0
List of living descendants of Lowell Mason, with addresses, 1941series 5.2box 13folder 5item 3.0
Mason, Henry Lowell. "Lowell Mason: An Appreciation of His Life and Work." The Papers of the Hymn Society, 1941series 5.2box 13folder 5item 4.0
"Suggestions for Memorial Tribute." List of suggestions for Lowell Mason memorial, January 18, 1942series 5.2box 13folder 5item 5.0
Ward, Arthur. "Lowell Mason Memorial Fund." Balance sheet and notes, June 15, 1942series 5.2box 13folder 5item 6.0
MENC. Note regarding double spread of "School Songs." Attached to copy of spread titled "School Songs by Lowell Mason, 1942series 5.2box 13folder 5item 7.0
Fredericks, Mary. "He Set America Singing." Article on Lowell Mason in unknown publication, January 1952series 5.2box 13folder 5item 8.0
Seward, Theodore. "Lowell Mason, Doc. Mus." The published works of Lowell Mason, undatedseries 5.2box 13folder 5item 9.0
MENC Clippings, 1921series 5.2box 13folder 6
"Music Supervisors' Conference Opened." St. Joseph News-Press, April 5, 1921series 5.2box 13folder 6item 1.0
"Second Program of Festival Good." St. Joseph Gazette, April 6, 1921series 5.2box 13folder 6item 2.0
"Today the Last Day of the Music Feast." St. Joseph News-Press, April 1921series 5.2box 13folder 6item 3.0
MENC rosters, notes, 1920, 1926, and undatedseries 5.2box 13folder 7
"Keokuk, Iowa, 1907", undatedseries 5.2box 13folder 7item 1.0
"What They Talked About in 1907", undatedseries 5.2box 13folder 7item 2.0
Gary, Charles L. "Vignettes of Music Education History", undatedseries 5.2box 13folder 7item 3.0
"Founders' Dinner." List of acceptances and regrets, undatedseries 5.2box 13folder 7item 4.0
List of those present at Keokuk and Indianapolis who have not attended any other meetings, undatedseries 5.2box 13folder 7item 5.0
"Life Memberships." Typed and handwritten lists of MENC life members, undatedseries 5.2box 13folder 7item 6.0
"Baby Pictures of Founders." Handwritten list of MENC founders and date pictures were returned, undatedseries 5.2box 13folder 7item 7.0
"Founders." Typed and handwritten lists of founders of MENC and conferences attended, undatedseries 5.2box 13folder 7item 8.0
"Cleveland 1908." List of those attending the Cleveland meeting in 1908, undatedseries 5.2box 13folder 7item 9.0
"Cincinnati 1910." List of those attending the Cleveland meeting in 1910, undatedseries 5.2box 13folder 7item 10.0
"Detroit 1911." List of those attending the Detroit meeting in 1911, undatedseries 5.2box 13folder 7item 11.0
Founders' Breakfast regrets and mailing lists, undatedseries 5.2box 13folder 7item 12.0
"Supervisors attending one or more of the first 8 conferences." Lists, undatedseries 5.2box 13folder 7item 13.0
List of attendance for the 13th Conference Meeting, 1920series 5.2box 13folder 7item 14.0
List of acceptances for the 1926 Founders' Breakfast, 1926series 5.2box 13folder 7item 15.0
MENC rosters, notes (oversized), 1913-1932, and undatedseries 5.2box 13folder 8
"Sixth Annual Meeting." Attendance list for the Music Supervisors' National Conference in Rochester, April 7-11, 1913series 5.2box 13folder 8item 1.0
"Seventh Annual Meeting." Attendance list for the Music Supervisors' National Conference in Minneapolis, April 27-May 1, 1914series 5.2box 13folder 8item 2.0
"Supervisors Attending One or More of the First 6 Conferences", January 15, 1932series 5.2box 13folder 8item 3.0
"List of Supervisors who were at Rochester or Minneapolis Conferences, Present Addresses Wanted.", undatedseries 5.2box 13folder 8item 4.0
Assorted brochures, pamphlets and minutes, 1904, 1913, 1961, and undatedseries 5.2box 13folder 9
"High School Music Course" pamphlet. Report of the Music Conference, 1904series 5.2box 13folder 9item 1.0
Foresman, Robert. "The Lyric Music Method." Scott, Foresman & Company. Chicago, IL, 1913series 5.2box 13folder 9item 2.0
Joliet Grade School Bands. Program, 1961series 5.2box 13folder 9item 3.0
The Pennsylvania Society of the Colonial Dames of America. "Extract from Minutes of the 15th Biennial Council", undatedseries 5.2box 13folder 9item 4.0
Miscellaneous clippings and documents, undatedseries 5.2box 13folder 10

Subseries 5.3: Memorabilia and Personal Items, 1910-1939 (1.25 Linear Feet)

This subseries includes items related to F.E. Clark's travels such as passports, clippings and travel documents, scrapbooks from the Victor Talking Machine Company Panama-Pacific International Exposition, and other memorabilia such as business cards and various organization's letterhead.

DescriptionSeriesBox / ReelFolder / FrameItem
Memorabilia and Personal Items-Travel [Folder 1 of 2], 1928 and undatedseries 5.3box 13folder 11
Passport of the United States of America, No. 509537, Issued March 17, 1928, 1928series 5.3box 13folder 11item 1.0
F.E. Clark's personal autograph book, undatedseries 5.3box 13folder 11item 2.0
Memorabilia and Personal Items-Travel [Folder 2 of 2], 1910, 1939, and undatedseries 5.3box 13folder 12
Travel documents and receipts, undatedseries 5.3box 13folder 12item 1.0
Nesbit, Wilbur Dick. "A friend or two." Illustrated book of verse, 1910series 5.3box 13folder 12item 2.0
Membership card for Keystone Automotive Club, May 1, 1939series 5.3box 13folder 12item 4.0
Foster, Stephen Collins. "Oh Boys Carry Me Long." Sheet music transcribed by unknown author, undatedseries 5.3box 13folder 12item 5.0
Recessional by Kipling. Inscription "Christmas 1912. In memory of ye olden times. Carrie and [Orla?]", 1912series 5.3box 13folder 12item 3.0
Miscellaneous memorabilia, undatedseries 5.3box 13folder 13
Miscellaneous letterhead and envelopes, undatedseries 5.3box 13folder 14
Victor Talking Machine Company Panama-Pacific International Exposition -- Contents: Bound scrapbook of San Francisco Exposition, compiled by Everett Worthington for F.E. Clark, 1915series 5.3box 14folder 1
Victor Talking Machine Company Panama-Pacific International Exposition -- Contents: Bound scrapbook of San Francisco Exposition, compiled by Everett Worthington for F.E. Clark, 1915series 5.3box 14folder 2
Victor Talking Machine Panama-Pacific International Exposition, Volume 1 -- Contents: Bound programs delivered at San Francisco Exposition, 1915series 5.3box 15folder 1
Victor Talking Machine Panama-Pacific International Exposition, clippings -- Contents: Bound press clippings of the San Francisco Exposition, 1915series 5.3box 15folder 2
Two F.E. Clark photo negatives, undatedseries 5.3box 16folder 1

Series 6: Writings on F.E. Clark, 1903-1963 (0.25 Linear Feet)

This series contains correspondence, manuscripts, and published articles written about F.E. Clark's life and works, including information compiled for the F.E. Clark memorial issue published by the Music Educators Journal. It has been divided into two subseries.

Subseries 6.1: Memorial Journal Article, 1958-1960 (2 Folders)

This subseries contains manuscripts of articles and personal remembrances solicited for Frances Elliott Clark memorial edition of the Music Educators Journal, published April/May 1960.

DescriptionSeriesBox / ReelFolder / FrameItem
Memorial Issue, ca.1959-1960series 6.1box 16folder 2
F.E. Clark-compiled letters. "Mrs. Clark Abroad", ca.1959-1960series 6.1box 16folder 2item 1.0
Alexander, Birdie remembrance of F.E. Clark and correspondence concerning it, ca.1959-1960series 6.1box 16folder 2item 2.0
Cooke, James Francis. "Mother Clark", ca.1959-1960series 6.1box 16folder 2item 3.0
Dent, Ellsworth C. "Clark Centennial Memorial Tributes", ca.1959-1960series 6.1box 16folder 2item 4.0
Dunham, Franklin. "Clark Centennial Memorial Tributes", ca.1959-1960series 6.1box 16folder 2item 5.0
Hollweck, L.V. "Frances Elliott Clark and RCA Victor", ca.1959-1960series 6.1box 16folder 2item 6.0
Hollweck, L.V. Published version with attached letter approving draft, ca.1959-1960series 6.1box 16folder 2item 7.0
Keith, Royden James. "Frances Elliott Clark", ca.1959-1960series 6.1box 16folder 2item 8.0
Kendel, John C. "Clark Centennial Memorial Tributes", ca.1959-1960series 6.1box 16folder 2item 9.0
Kendel, John C. Letter to Vanett Lawler. "At the mention of the name...", ca.1959-1960series 6.1box 16folder 2item 10.0
Kinscella, Hazel Gertrude. Letter to C.V. Buttelman. "Mother of the Conference: a Tribute to Frances Elliott Clark", ca.1959-1960series 6.1box 16folder 2item 11.0
Kinscella, Hazel Gertrude. Letter to B. Kowall. "Mother of the Conference: a Tribute to Frances Elliott Clark", ca.1959-1960series 6.1box 16folder 2item 12.0
Wolfe, Irving. "Rural School Music Missionary", ca.1959-1960series 6.1box 16folder 2item 13.0
Kowall, B. Letter to Irving Wolfe. "Rural School Music Missionary" [galley proof], ca.1959-1960series 6.1box 16folder 2item 14.0
Memorial Issue Correspondence, 1958-1960series 6.1box 16folder 3
Lawler, Vanett. Letter to Karl Ernst regarding memorial journal, July 8, 1958series 6.1box 16folder 3item 1.0
Unknown authors. Letters and routing slips regarding F.E. Clark journal issue, January & July 1959series 6.1box 16folder 3item 2.0
Wersen, Louis. Letter to C.V. Buttelman regarding Cooke write-up, January 21, 1959series 6.1box 16folder 3item 3.0
Hollweck, L.V. Letter to Charles Gary regarding photograph negatives for journal cover, December 16, 1959series 6.1box 16folder 3item 4.0
Buttelman, C.V. Letter to L.V. Hollweck regarding design draft for F.E. Clark issue, December 23, 1959series 6.1box 16folder 3item 5.0
Buttelman, C.V. Letter to David Sengsteck regarding sketch draft of journal, December 23, 1959series 6.1box 16folder 3item 6.0
Letters regarding Hollweck article, 1959series 6.1box 16folder 3item 7.0
Unknown, "Ted." Letter to C.V. Buttelman regarding memorial journal, January 27, 1960series 6.1box 16folder 3item 8.0
Airy, Josephine. Letter to C.V. Buttelman regarding remembering F.E. Clark, March 9, 1960series 6.1box 16folder 3item 9.0
Moir, Margaret. Letter to C.V. Buttelman regarding remembering F.E. Clark, March 13, 1960series 6.1box 16folder 3item 10.0
Kowall, B. Gallery proof letters, March 14, 1960series 6.1box 16folder 3item 11.0
Buttelman, C.V. Letter to Marie Keith regarding galley proof for journal, March 24, 1960series 6.1box 16folder 3item 12.0
Kowall, B. Letter to Irving Wolfe regarding pictures for memorial journal issue, May 17, 1960series 6.1box 16folder 3item 13.0
Kowall, B. Letters returning pictures of F.E. Clark for the journal, May 17, 1960series 6.1box 16folder 3item 14.0
O'Keeffe, Anne of RCA Victor. Letter to C.V. Buttelman regarding cost of obtaining memorial issues, May 27, 1960series 6.1box 16folder 3item 15.0
Various C.V Buttelman correspondence with John Elliot Clark , Vanett Lawler, RCA Victor and the Kable Printing Company regarding memorial issue, 1956 -1960series 6.1box 16folder 3item 16.0

Subseries 6.2: Feature Articles and Obituaries about F.E. Clark, 1903-1963 (4 Folders)

This subseries contains various articles and newspaper clippings regarding to speeches, presentations, programs, and demonstrations delivered by Clark, feature articles written about Clark, and published obituaries following her death.

DescriptionSeriesBox / ReelFolder / FrameItem
Articles written about F.E. Clark's speeches and presentations, ca.1920s, 1924, and undatedseries 6.2box 16folder 4
"Ragtime Menaces Child's Ear." St. Louis Times, undatedseries 6.2box 16folder 4item 1.0
"Mrs. Clark Addresses National Conference." The Voice of the Victor, June 1924series 6.2box 16folder 4item 2.0
Articles about F.E. Clark and the Victor, ca.1920sseries 6.2box 16folder 4item 3.0
Assorted Feature Articles, 1903-ca.1958, and undatedseries 6.2box 16folder 5
"To leave Ottumwa." Unidentified Press Release, August 24, 1903series 6.2box 16folder 5item 1.0
"Men, Women, and Things." The Birmingham Agent, May 13, 1920series 6.2box 16folder 5item 2.0
"People Who are Putting It Over." Musical Observer, June-July 1929series 6.2box 16folder 5item 3.0
A.S. Hall. "Radio and Records Become 'School Books.'" Evening Courier, Camden, New Jersey, 1930series 6.2box 16folder 5item 4.0
Utah Newspaper Clippings about F.E. Clark, 1943-1953series 6.2box 16folder 5item 5.0
F.E. Clark Obituaries, ca.1958series 6.2box 16folder 5item 6.0
"Victor Gave Music True Appreciation", undatedseries 6.2box 16folder 5item 7.0
Smith, Jane Abbott. "A Notable Career in National Music Education", undatedseries 6.2box 16folder 5item 8.0
Clark, John Elliott. "A Brief resume of the life of Dr. Frances Elliott Cark, (1860-1958)" -- A biography written as a supplement to the manuscripts "The Lady from Indiana." And "Music in Education as I Have Lived It", September 23, 1963series 6.2box 16folder 6
Biographical Information, ca.1930, and undatedseries 6.2box 16folder 7
Unknown author. "Frances (Mary) Elliott was born near Angola, Indiana, of well-to-do farmer parentage...", ca.1930series 6.2box 16folder 7item 1.0
Unknown author. "Who's Who: Dr. Frances Elliott Clark, Nationally known Music Educator.", undatedseries 6.2box 16folder 7item 2.0
Unknown author. (possibly RCA Victor biography). "Mrs. Frances Elliott Clark was selected as manager. . .", undatedseries 6.2box 16folder 7item 3.0
Unknown author. Various Biographies, undatedseries 6.2box 16folder 7item 4.0
Governing Documents -- Contents: This folder contains the governing documents for the collection. These are handwritten lists by John Clark documenting the items in the collection, undatedseries 6.2box 16folder 8

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This collection is part of the National Association for Music Education Historical Center (formerly the Music Educators National Conference Historical Center).

Additional information on F.E. Clark is located in the Clifford V. Buttelman Papers also located in the NAfME Historical Center.

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