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Gordon Myers Music and Personal Papers, 1919–2006

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Descriptive summary

Creator(s)
Title Gordon Myers Music and Personal Papers
Dates 1919–2006
Extent 12 cu. Feet (27 boxes)
Location Housed in the American Music Research Center



Scope and Contents

Papers of Gordon Myers (1919–2006), composer, musicologist, humorist, professor of music at Columbia College (1965–68) and Trenton State College (1968–85), member of New York Pro Musica, including published and unpublished music manuscripts; correspondence; scrapbooks; programs; and audio and video recordings of Myers' compositions and performances. Includes the score and parts to God's Trombones, his dissertation (ED D.) from Columbia University.



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Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], Gordon Myers Music and Personal Papers, University of Colorado, Boulder



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Publication Rights

All requests for permission to publish or quote from manuscripts must be submitted in writing to the American Music Research Center.

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The collection is open for research.



Biography of Gordon Myers

Gordon Myers was born May 9, 1919, on Jackson Township’s Eastlane farm, Bremer County, Iowa, to Logan Clifton Myers and Ruth Iowa Jones Myers. He graduated from Finchford Consolidated High School in 1937 and won a scholarship in singing and graduated from Cornell College, Mt. Vernon, Iowa, in 1941.

In the fall of 1941, he won a fellowship in singing at the Juilliard Graduate School, New York City, NY. Study was interrupted when he enlisted in the U.S. Army, August, 1942. As a soldier, he was chosen by Frank Loesser to premiere his The Ballad of Rodger Young, on the NBC’s The Army Hour, March 25, 1945.

Myers earned his Master’s degree from Teacher’s College, Columbia University in 1948. He was the featured singer, program director, and Vice President of WGHF-FM (10 East 40th Street) in New York City from 1948 to 1955.

He continued his studies, sang concerts, oratorio, composed and directed a Community Chorus. He sang with the Margaret Dodd Singers, the Randolph Singers. In addition, from 1957 to 1963 he also recorded and toured England, Europe and the United States with the New York Pro Musica.

Myers earned his doctors degree (ED.D.) from Teacher’s College, Columbia University in 1965. His Doctoral thesis was a 90-minute choral work, God’s Trombones by James Weldon Johnson, which was published in 1966 by Eastlane Music Corporation with the help of a $1,000 grant from BMI. The copyright to God’s Trombones was transferred to Paraclete Press in 1994 when it was recorded on CD by Gloriae Dei Cantores. The full score with parts for brass was published by Paraclete Press in 1996.

He was Chairman of the Music Department, Columbia College, Columbia, South Carolina, from 1965 to 1968. He then moved to Trenton State College, Trenton , New Jersey, in 1968 and retired as full professor of music in 1985.

He received two Rockefeller Foundation Grants for the summers of 1969 and 1970 to research for today’s performance of American vocal music published and performed before 1800. His “Yankee Doodle Fought Here,” the story of New Jersey in the American Revolution, drew $60,000 in grant monies to tour his Trenton State College Singers one day a week for three years and they performed it 226 times before more than 84,000 school children in New Jersey, 1974-1977.

He sang faculty recitals for every year he taught in colleges and invented The Art of Belly Canto, a repertoire of humorous songs that came to be known nation-wide. The Art of Belly Canto songs and Myers autobiography, I Sing – Therefore, I Am are published by Leyerle Publications, 1989 to 1998.

Gordon Myers died at home, October 7, 2006.



Detailed Description

Compositions
Published compositions by Myers
Box 1
1 Music by Gordon Myers: opp. 13, 14, 15, 16, 18, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25
2 Music by Gordon Myers: opp. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 9, 10
3 Songs — Abingdon Press
  • While Shepherds Watch'd Their Flocks By Night
  • Let Us Break Bread Together (Solo arr.)
  • Let Us Break Bread Together (SATBB)
  • When Jesus Wept
4 Songs — Bourne Inc.
  • The Love of Spike Malone
  • Two With God
5 Songs — Carl Fischer, Inc.
  • Road Signs
  • Cradled in a Manger
6 Songs (Humorous) — Eastlane Music Corp
See also: CD 28
  • Mini-Song Cycle
  • Crows and Other People
  • Wedding Song (Not To Be Sung In Church)
7 Songs (Sacred) — Eastlane Music Corp
  • The Lord's Prayer (for Christian Science Church)
  • Thanksgivin (for Christian Science Church)
  • Prayer of St. Francis (for Christian Science Church)
  • Six Songs of Early Americans
  • Except the Lord Build The House (for Christian Science Church)
  • Beloved, Let Us Love One Another (for Christian Science Church)
8 God's Trombones — Eastlane Music Corp
9 Songs (Children) — Holt, Reinhart & Winston
See also: Cassette 43
10 Do You Sing, Mr. Twain? — Leyerle Publications
11 In Pursuit of Happiness — Leyerle Publications
12 Poor Richard Says — Leyerle Publications
13 They Said… A Modern Song Sickle Cutting Through the Quotes of Time (Vol. 1) — Leyerle Publications
14 They Said… A Modern Song Sickle Cutting Through the Quotes of Time (Vol. 2) — Leyerle Publications
15 God's Trombones — Scrapbook: Introduction
16 God's Trombones — Scrapbook: 1-4
17 God's Trombones — Scrapbook: 5 (Myers Dissertation)
18 God's Trombones — Scrapbook: 6-10
19 God's Trombones — Scrapbook: 11-15
Box 2
1 God's Trombones — Scrapbook:16-24
2 God's Trombones — Scrapbook:25-32
3 God's Trombones — Scrapbook: 33
4 God's Trombones — Source material
See also: CDs 29-32
5 God's Trombones — Full Score and parts
Box 22
1 God's Trombones—Pencil master, Chorus parts
2 God's Trombones—Piano Vocal Score
3 God's Trombones—Orchestra Score, mvts II, III, IV
4 God's Trombones—Brass parts (Set II), lacking Trombone II, III
5 God's Trombones—Brass parts (Set III)
6 Know the Love of God, 1956 (Apr. 22)
7 The Lord Is My Shepherd, 1954 (Oct.)
8 The Prince of Peace—Piano Vocal Score (onion skins)
9 The Prince of Peace—Piano Vocal Score
10 There is no Love of Such Virtue
11 Three Shakespeare Plays for A Capella Voices
Box 25
1 God's Trombones—Brass Quintet Version; Pencil Masters (sets 1-4)
2 God's Trombones—Brass Quintet Version; Pencil Masters (sets 5-8)
3 God's Trombones—Brass Quintet Version; Onion skins
4 God's Trombones—Full Orchestra Score; Onion skins
5 God's Trombones—Chorus parts
Box 26
1 God's Trombones—Full score
2 God's Trombones—Score for Brass Quintet
3 God's Trombones—Score for Brass Quintet; Copy 2
4 God's Trombones—Score for Brass Quintet; Copy 3
5 The Prince of Peace—Copyist's manuscript
Box C1
CD 28 Mini Song Cycle : Composed for Barbara Harris, 1968 (Compact Disc)
CD 29 God's Trombones [Myers/James Weldon Johnson] (Compact Disc)
CD 30 Lift Every Voice And Sing (Compact Disc)
CD 31 Let My People Go, 1964 (Feb. 21) (Compact Disc)
CD 32 God's Trombones (first poem, read by James Weldon Johnson) (Compact Disc)
CD 33 The Belly Cantata, 1979 (Jul. 9) (Compact Disc)
Unpublished compositions by Myers
Box 2
6 Unpublished Choral works
  • We The People
  • Four Shakespeare Songs
7 Unpublished Sacred Songs
  • Behold, What Manner of Love
  • Amazing Grace
  • Seven Short Songs
  • Let Shine In Us
  • Faith
  • Atonement
  • Christ Shall Give Thee Light
8 Unpublished songs
  • Something Borrowed — Something Blue
  • A Net for a Night Raven
  • The 23rd Psob
  • Lullaby
  • I'm Just a Happy Little Feller
  • I Get a Blizzard in my Gizzard Cryin' Over you
9 The Belly Cantata, 1977
See also: CD 33
10 I Shall Be Very Quiet
11 Unpublished songs
  • A Magical Thing
  • On Visiting Myrtle Beach
  • Hear The Voice of the Bard
  • Rain Falls Through a Maple
  • April Love
  • At Least Once A Day
  • Leaning Trees on a Windy Hill
  • My Mother Was So Very Nice
  • Wee Watlz
  • Look Up – and Sing!
  • The Arrow and the Song
  • My Heart Was but Swimming in the Sea
  • Epitah
  • Four Songs For A Birthday (Green is the Forest)
  • To Effie, Again – The Music of Us
Box 3
1 Songs/Compositions — Miscellaneous
2 Adam and Eve, the World's First Opera
See also: CD 34
3 A Promise
4 At Least Once a Day
5 At the Turning Point of Time [Myers/Rudolph Steines], 1993
6 Barren Woman [Myers/Hellen King]
7 Beauty's More Than Skin Deep [Myers/Matthew Griffith]
8 Bless the Lord All You Angels (Psalms 103, 91)
9 Dilemma
10 Favorite Haiku Poems
See also: CD 35
11 God Only Made So Many Perfect Heads, and other short anecdotes
12 A half-a-cup-o-Decaffinated Coffee Cantata
13 Holy, Holy, Holy Lord God Almighty
14 Hope
See also: CD 36
15 Humpty Dumpty Sat On A Wall
16 [In Time of Grief and Heartache]
17 Jesus Sat at the Treasury
18 La Ci Darem La Mano
See also: CD 37
19 Lines from the Prophet
20 Listen to the Night [Myers/Leslie Kalison]
21 Little Jesus Sweetly Sleep
22 The Loaves and the Fishes
23 The Lord Is My Shepherd, Oct., 1954
24 Mist Upon the River This Morning
See also: CD 38
25 Prayer for a New Baby
26 Prayer for St. Francis
See also: CD 39
27 Quiet Piece for Organ
28 Rejoice in the Lord Always
29 Remember [Myers/Christina Rossetti]
30 Ring Out, Wild Bells [Myers/Alfred, Lord Tennyson, 1989
31 Roundelay
See also: CD 40
32 Schubert Had A Horse, 1989
33 Something Borrowed, Something Blue
34 Sow to Yourselves in Righteousness
35 Speak to Us of Love [Myers/Kahil Gibran]
36 Three Songs of Patience Worth
See also: CD 41
37 Through the Cycles of Time
38 To Know Music
39 Two Boytims In A Pear Tree
40 Two Sonnets of Rhea T. Workman
41 Single works
  • If Your Head is Wax
  • Desiderata
  • The Sweet and Sour Suite for Baritone and Basoon
  • Oh, There's a River
42 Single works
  • Madrigal: The Faculty Affairs Committee
  • A Most Unusual Wedding: Missey Mouse Weds Great Lord Frog
  • A Half-a-cup-o-Decaffinated Coffee Cantata
  • A Baker's Dozen: 13 songs for church and concert
Box C1
CD 34 Adam and Eve : The World's First Opera (Compact Disc)
CD 35 My Favorite Haiku [Myers/Robin Hoffman] (Compact Disc)
CD 36 Hope [Myers /perf. Carol Andrew] (Compact Disc)
CD 37 La ci darem la mano [Wolfgang Mozart] (Compact Disc)
CD 38 Songs of Patience Worth, 1986 (Jan.) (Compact Disc)
  • Dreams
  • Music
  • Wit is the Bead Upon the Cup
  • I Tune My Lute
  • Love
CD 39 Prayer of St. Francis (Compact Disc)
CD 40 Roundelay [settings by Stanley Austin, Myers] (Compact Disc)
CD 41 Songs of Patience Worth (Compact Disc)
  • Dreams
  • Love
  • Music
CD 44 Hunting Vicissitudes [Dibdin/perf. Gordon Myers, Harriet Myers] (Compact Disc)
Composer-in-Residence, Trenton State College
Box 4
1 Upper Township Middle School, New Jersey, 1996
2 Upper Township Middle School, New Jersey, 1996 (Nov)–1997 (Jan)
3 Upper Township Middle School, New Jersey, 1998 (Jan–Oct)
4 Upper Township Middle School, New Jersey, 1998 (Oct)–1999
5 Upper Township Middle School, New Jersey, 1999 (Oct)–2000 (Mar)
6 Upper Township Middle School, New Jersey — Programs, 1996–2000
7 Upper Township Middle School, New Jersey — Student "Thank Yous"
8 Upper Township Middle School, New Jersey
Arrangements and editions by Myers
Box 4
9 As Shepherds In Jew'ry Were Guarding [William Billings/Trans.: Myers
10 Belly Canto, 1966–79
11 Belly Canto, 1980–
12 Five Songs For A Birthday
13 For the Massachusetts Magazine: Sheet Music & Notes
14 Four Psalm Tunes Sung In Early America: With texts from the Bay Psalm Book
15 Give Thanks to God [Jacob French/Trans.: Myers]
16 Insectata: A Zoolgical Cantata featuring four early American insects
17 Lord Jesus Has A Garden [William Pijper/Myers]
18 Montgomery [Justin Morgan/arr.: Myers]
19 The Multiplication Table [George K. Jackson/arr.: Myers]
Box 5
1 Songs of Early Americans: 24 Songs for Church (A Thanksgiving Celebration)
2 Songs by others: for church (Belly Canto 1)
3 Songs by others: for church (Belly Canto 2)
4 Thanksgiving (solo): Master Copy
5 This is the Day When Christ Arose [Samuel Holyoke/arr.:Myers]
6 Tune to You Fair Ladies, Now On Land
7 We Give Thanks To Thee (Spring Wind) [Eric H. Thiman/arr.: Myers]
Box 22
12 The Cricket [G.K. Jackson/Ed.: Myers]
13 Lenox
Box 23
1 Songs of Early Americans, 1973 (May 8)
2 The Bee (1798)
3 Fly (1802)
4 The Grasshopper [E. Mann], 1970
5 Hallelujah
6 London
7 Old Hundred
8 Old 113th
9 Pater Noster
10 Seven Songs for Harpsichord or Fortepiano [Francis Hopkinson]
11 Ten Commandments
12 There Is No Rose [Anon.]
13 Windsor
14 York
15 Play of Daniel (Photographs, Westminster)
Box 24
1 Peter and the Wolf [Serge Prokofieff]
2 Seven Songs for the Harpsichord or Fortepiano [Francis Hopkinson]
3 Columbia's Guardian Sleeps in Dust [Oliver Holden]
4 America [William Billings/Ed.: R. F. Goldman]
5 Jeffersons and Liberty
6 A Funeral Anthem [Oliver Holden]
7 An Ode to the 22 of February [Oliver Holden]
8 Fiftieth Psalm Tune [Supply Belcher]
9 The Power of Music [Supply Belcher]
10 Invitation [Supply Belcher]
11 While Shepherds Watched Their Flocks By Night [John Stickney]
12 O Christ, Thou, My Shepherd/Miserere, My Maker [Anon./Trans: Myers]
13 As Shepherds in Jew'ry Were Guarding Their Sheep [William Billings/Trans.: Myers]
14 Hallelujah, Jesus Christ Is Born
15 A Madrigal: The Faculty Affairs Committee
Compositions by other authors
Box 5
8 Americana [Randall Thompson]
9 Consider the Lillies [James G. MacDesmid]
10 Good Luck to Beecham's Pills [An Anateur]
11 March: Battle of Trenton (photocopy) [Francis Hopkinson]
12 Songs [Francis Hopkinson]
13 O Lord Thou Art My God [James G. MacDesmid]
14 Psalm 100: For Thanksgiving Day Morning [William Billings]
15 The Shadow of Thy Wings [James G. MacDesmid]
16 Smick, Smack, Smuck [John Philip Sousa]
17 Trees [Oscar Rasbach/Joyce Kilmer]
18 Wond'rous Love
Teaching career
Box 6
1 Alice in (the) Wonderland – of Song
2 Art of Belly Canto — Birth and Evolution
3 Art of Belly Canto no. 1, 1971 (Oct. 13)
See also: Cassette 19
4 Art of Belly Canto no. 2, 1977 (Mar. 10)
See also: Cassette 20
5 Art of Belly Canto no. 3, 1977 (Jun.)
See also: Video 6
6 Art of Belly Canto no. 4, 1979 (Jul. 9)
See also: Cassette 21
7 Art of Belly Canto no. 5, 1981 (Dec.)
See also: Cassette 22
8 Art of Belly Canto no. 6, 1982 (Nov. 21)
See also: Cassette 23
9 Art of Belly Canto no. 7, 1983 (Nov. 20)
See also: Cassette 24
10 Art of Belly Canto no. 8, 1987 (Jul. 30)
See also: Cassette 25
11 Art of Belly Canto no. 9, 1989 (Jul. 4)
See also: CD 15
12 Art of Belly Canto no. 10, 1990 (Dec.)
See also: Cassette 26
13 Art of Belly Canto no. 11, 1998 (Jul.)
See also: Video 7
14 Art of Belly Canto no. 12, 1999 (May 9)
See also: Video 8
15 Art of Belly Canto no. 13, 2002 (Mar. 20)
See also: Video 9
16 Belly Canto—Performance at Castle Stanzione, 2000 (Mar. 11)
17 The Art of Belly Canto—University of Montevallo Performance, 2000 (Mar. 13)
18 Things to do as the Result of our Trip to Alabama, 2000
19 Belly Canto—A Concert for Cambodia (Article by Grayson van Camp), 1979
20 The Belly Cantata
Box 7
1 Ballad of Roger Young, 1945
See also: Cassette 27
2 Benjamin Franklin: America's Renaissance Man, 1984 (Sep. 30)
3 Musical Life of Benjamin Franklin, 1985
4 Benjamin Franklin: 286th anniversary of his birth, 1992
See also: Cassette 28
5 Benjamin Franklin: The Music in his Life (unpublished manuscript)
6 Chorus Sung Before General Washington
7 Frances Cole: Harpsichordist for G. Myers…Slam Stewart…Baroque
See also: CD 16
8 Do You Sing, Mr. Twain?: Gordon Myers Celebrates his 80th Birthday
See also: Video 10
9 Drink To Me Only With Thine Eyes: Variations, 1974
See also: CD 17
10 Duet Recital, Cleveland Museum of Art, 1953 (Mar. 18)
11 Duet Recital, Cornell College, 1953 (Mar. 16)
12 Duet Recital, Carnegie Hall, NY, 1954 (Aug. 24)
13 Early American Psalmody, 1950
See also: CD 18
14 Early American Psalmody
15 Episcopal Diocese of New Jersey—"Bi-Song-Tennial" (1785–1985), 1985
16 Fashion : Equity Library Theatre, 1948 (Feb.)
See also: Cassette 29
17 Fifteen Songs of Henri Duparc
18 Five Mystical Songs/Vaughan Williams, 1974 (Apr. 27)
See also: CD 19
19 Franklin, Jefferson, Revere: Men of Music (Article by Donald P. Delany), 1971
Box 8
1 God's Trombones—Preliminary Seminar Report, 1963
2 God's Trombones—Advertisement by Paraclete Press
3 God's Trombones—Written analytical report of the original composition, 1965
4 God's Trombones—Review by Claire McPhail, 1969
5 Golden Age, 1963
See also: Cassette 30, 31
6 Golden Age: Lyceum Theater—Review and Program, 1963
7 Francis Hopkinson—Seven Songs for the Harpsichord or Fortepiano
See also: CD 20, 21
8 Little Fun With History: 1776 (Librarian's Choice, Paul DuBois), 1976
9 Miscellaneous and Music
10 Performance—Music from the Massachusetts Magazine, 1982 (Apr. 1)
11 Prince of Peace, 1957
See also: CD 22
12 Notebook of Fifty-Three Early American Hymns & Fuguing Tunes—Choral
13 Punch Opera: Hugh the Drover, Volpone, 1952-53
See also: Cassette 32, 33
Box 9
1 Punch Opera—"Volphone" (New York Times) (Photocopy), 1953 (Jul. 5)
2 Randolph Singers: "Cradled in a Manger" and other Christmas carols, 1952
See also: CD 23, 24 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 See also: Cassettes 23, 24
3 "Remembering the Summer of '72?"
See also: Cassette 34
4 "Remembering the Summer of '72?" — Ambassadors for Friendship Concert Tour, 1972
5 Reviews and Music
6 Society for the Performing Arts of Trinity Cathedral—"Thoughts", "Five Songs to Nature", 1986 (Jan. 5)
See also: Cassette 35
7 Society for the Performing Arts of Trinity Cathedral—"I Tune My Lute", 1989 (Jan. 22)
See also: Cassette 36
8 Society for the Performing Arts of Trinity Cathedral—"Il Bove"
See also: Cassette 36
9 Society for the Performing Arts of Trinity Cathedral—Dean Llyd Chattin Retirement Concert, 1992
See also: Video 11
10 "Songs for the Ballot Box", 1983–88
See also: Video 5
11 Songs of Early Americans: Insectata, 1970
See also: CD 25
12 Songs of Early Americans: Multiplication Table, 1977 (Apr. 28)
13 Songs of Early Americans—Music Journal, 1969 (Sep.)
14 Songs of Early Americans—National Association of Teachers of Singing
15 Songs of Early Americans: "Old Barracks", 1989 (Apr. 16)
16 Songs of Early Americans—Review and Program, 1965–66
17 Songs of Early Americans—Rockefeller Foundation Grant, 1969–70
Box 10
1 Songs of Early Americans—Rockefeller Foundation Grant, 1969–70
See also: Cassette 37, 38
2 Songs of Early Americans—"Volunteers", 1795
3 Stories narrated by Gordon Myers, 1956–82
See also: Cassette 39
4 Stories narrated by Gordon Myers, 1980–86
See also: Cassette 40
5 Stories narrated by Gordon Myers
6 Thanksgiving Celebration—Rockefeller Foundation Grant, 1984, 86
See also: Cassette 41
7 Thanksgiving Celebration—A Coruncopia of Hymns, History from Early America
8 Thanksgiving Celebration—Lawrenceville Presbyterian Choir, 1985
9 Thanksgiving Celebration—Trenton State College, 1984
10 They Made A Constitution (1), 1987
See also: Cassette 5, CD 48
11 They Made A Constitution (2), 1987
12 They Made A Constitution—Receipts, 1986–87
Box 11
1 Twis the Night Before Christmas, 2004–5
See also: CD 6
2 Toscanini and the Robert Shaw Chorale, Carnegie Hall: Verdi Requiem, 1951 (Jan. 27)
See also: CD 7
3 Voices—The Unusual Wedding of Missy Mouse and the Great Lord Frog", 1992
See also: Video 3
4 War Requiem/Britten
See also: CDs 8, 9
5 The Way It Was—America: 1620-1800—Rockefeller Grant, 1973
See also: Cassette 6
6 The Way It Was—A Musical History of Young America (article by Donald P. Delany), 1973
7 "Yankee Doodle Fought Here"—Rockefeller Foundation Grant, 1975
8 "Yankee Doodle Fought Here"—Let's Talk Bicentennial conference, 1973
9 "Yankee Doodle Fought Here"—Trenton State College Singers, 1974
10 "Yankee Doodle Fought Here"—Premiere performance, 1974 (Jul. 4)
See also: Cassette 7, 8
11 "Yankee Doodle Fought Here"—Original Score, 1974
12 "Yankee Doodle Fought Here"—Touring Program, 1974–77
Box 12
1 "Yankee Doodle Fought Here"—Abbreviated score for schools, 1975
2 "Yankee Doodle Fought Here"—Published score and CDs, 1975, 2002
See also: CDs 26, 27
3 "Yankee Doodle Fought Here"—Letters of Praise, 1974–76
4 "Yankee Doodle Fought Here"—Tour, 1977
See also: Video 12
5 "Yankee Doodle Fought Here"—Article and Complete Program, 1975
6 "Yankee Doodle Fought Here"—Finale, 1977
7 "Yankee Doodle Fought Here"—Trenton State College Singers photographs (Photocopies)
8 "Yankee Doodle Fought Here"—LP Jacket (photocopy)
9 Programs, 1947–90
10 Articles published on Music, 1960–2002
11 "10 Days, 28 Concerts, 30,000 Children"—Music Educators' Journal, 1967
12 "A Sense of Continuity"
13 "Musick in the Massachusetts Magazine (1789–1796)—Music Journal, 1970
14 "The Precentor: Early America's Unsung Hero"
15 Correspondence—Music Journal, 1969–70
16 Correspondence—Music Educators' National Conference, 1966
17 Correspondence—Allen P. Britton (American Music: A Quarterly Journal), 1981–84
18 Correspondence—Grant Proposal, 1968–70
19 Correspondence, 1972–1994
20 Correspondence, 1975
21 Correspondence—Faculty Affairs Committee, Trenton State College, 1975
22 Faculty Recitals—Columbia College, 1965 (Dec.)
See also: Cassette 12
23 Faculty Recitals—Columbia College, 1966 (Oct. 9)
See also: Cassette 13, 14
24 Faculty Recitals—Columbia College, 1968 (Jan. 2)
See also: CD 13
25 Faculty Recitals—Columbia College, 1968
See also: Cassette 15
26 Faculty Recitals—Winthrop College, 1968
27 Faculty Recitals—Trenton State College, 1971 (Jan.)–1979 (Oct.)
28 Faculty Recitals—Trenton State College, 1980 (Sep.)
See also: CD 14
29 Faculty Recitals—Trenton State College, 1981 (Oct.)
See also: Cassette 16
30 Faculty Recitals—Trenton State College, 1982 (Dec.)
See also: Cassette 17
31 Faculty Recitals—Trenton State College, 1985 (Feb.)
See also: Cassette 18
Box 27
1 Cornell College of Iowa (10" disc)
2 New York Pro Musica—The Play of Daniel (12" disc)
3 New York Pro Musica—Sacred Music of Thomas Tallis (12" disc)
4 Randolph Singers—The Triumphes of Oriana (12" disc)
5 Yankee Doodle Fought Here (12" disc)
Box B1
Cassette 5 They made A constitution (read-through) (Cassette)
Cassette 6 The Way It Was—America (1620–1800), 1973 (Aug. 25) (Cassette)
Cassette 7 Yankee Doodle Fought Here (Premiere) (I, II), 1974 (Jul. 4) (Cassette)
Cassette 8 Yankee Doodle Fought Here (Premiere) (III) (Cassette)
Cassette 12 Chapel—Bach-Schweitzer, Columbia College, 1965 (Dec. 1) (Cassette)
Cassette 13 Faculty Recital—Columbia College (tape 1), 1966 (Oct. 9) (Cassette)
Cassette 14 Faculty Recital—Columbia College (tape 2), 1966 (Oct. 9) (Cassette)
Cassette 15 Yankee Doodle—Upside Down (Cassette)
Cassette 16 Faculty Recital—Trenton State College, 1981 (Oct. 25) (Cassette)
  • Listen, Lord—From God's Trombones
  • At Least Once A Day
  • Songs for Concert
  • Music for Church
  • For Baritone and Horn
  • For Baritone and Clarinet
Cassette 17 Magnificat [Johann Sebastian Bach/perf. Trenton State College Chorus], 1982 (Dec. 7) (Cassette)
Cassette 18 Dover Beach [Samual Barber], 1985 (Feb. 27) (Cassette)
Cassette 19 Concert of Humorous Songs, 1971 (Oct. 13) (Cassette)
Cassette 20 Six Songs for Singer and Saw in C [Myers; Otto Helbig], 1977 (Mar. 10) (Cassette)
Cassette 21 The Art of Belly Canto: The Belly Cantata, K.1977, 1979–88 (Cassette)
Cassette 22 The Art of Belly Canto—NATS National Convention, 1981 (Dec. 12) (Cassette)
Cassette 23 The Art of Belly Canto, 1982 (Nov. 21) (Cassette)
Cassette 24 Duet: Concert of Humor, 1983 (Nov. 20) (Cassette)
Cassette 25 The Art of Belly Canto—Delta Omicron triennial conference, 1987 (Jul. 30) (Cassette)
Cassette 26 The Art of Belly Canto—Gala Banquet, NATS, 1990 (Dec.) (Cassette)
Cassette 27 The Ballad of Rodger Young [Frank Loesser] (Cassette)
  • Baby it's Cold Outside [perf. Frank & Lynn Loesser]
  • Rodger Young segment of "The Army Hour
  • "A Soldier's Prayer", "On & On & On"
  • The Bells of St. Mary's
Cassette 28 Musical Examples: Music for Glass Harmonica (Cassette)
Cassette 29 Entre'act music to "Fashion", 1948 (Feb.) (Cassette)
  • The Love of Spike Malone (premiere)
  • Prologue
  • The Fashion of Love
  • From Hats to Highbrow
  • The Birds, The Bees and the Flowers
Cassette 30 The Golden Age (part I), 1963 (Nov.) (Cassette)
Cassette 31 The Golden Age (part II), 1963 (Nov.) (Cassette)
Cassette 32 Volpone [George Antheil] (parts 1, 2), 1953 (Cassette)
Cassette 33 Volpone [George Antheil] (part 3), 1953 (Cassette)
Cassette 34 Remember the Summer of '72? (Cassette)
  • Mode
Cassette 35 Thoughts [Christopher Myers], Five Songs to Nature [Eleanor Freer], 1986 (Jan. 6) (Cassette)
Cassette 36 I Tune My Lute [Patience Worth], Il Bove [Heitor Villa Lobos], 1989 (Jan. 22) (Cassette)
Box B2
Cassette 37 Songs of Early Americans, 1966 (Nov.) (Cassette)
Cassette 38 Songs of Early Americans, 1969 (Mar. 2) (Cassette)
Cassette 39 Gordon Myers Narration, 1956–1982 (Cassette)
  • Tweeter & Woofer [G. Kleinsinger]
  • I'm Dreaming of a White Christmas
  • Twas the Night Before Christmas
  • Peter and the Wolf [Sergei Prokofiev]
Cassette 40 Carnival of the Animals [Saint-Saens], The Story of Celeste [George Kleinsinger], 1980–81 (Cassette)
Cassette 41 Rockefeller Foundation Grants—A Thanksgiving Celebration, 1984–86 (Cassette)
Cassette 42 Myers Music Published (Cassette)
  • The Love of Spike Malone
  • Let Us Break Bread Together [arr. Myers
  • When Jesus Wept [Billings/arr. Myers]
  • While Shephards Watch'd Their Flocks
  • Cradled In a Manger
  • Let Us Break Bread Together [arr. Myers]
  • Road signs
Cassette 43 Recording Children's Songs for Holt, Reinhart & Winston (Cassette)
Cassette 44 Songs Composed but Not Published (Cassette)
  • To Effie—The Music of Us
  • It Rises out of the Calm
  • I Shot an Arrow
  • My Mother Was So Very Nice
  • Look Up and Sing
  • Wee Waltz
  • A Magical Thing
  • Green is the Forest
  • It Rises Out of the Calm
  • April Love
  • Epitaph
Box C1
CD 6 Twas the Night Before Christmas (read by Gordon Myers), 2004 (Compact Disc)
CD 7 Requiem [Giuseppe Verdi/perf. Arturo Toscanini; Robert Shaw Chorale], 1951 (Jan. 27) (Compact Disc)
CD 8 War Requiem [Benjamin Britten/perf. Columbia University Teacher's College Chorus; St. Killian's Boy Choir] (disc 1), 1966 (Jul. 28) (Compact Disc)
CD 9 War Requiem [Benjamin Britten/perf. Columbia University Teacher's College Chorus; St. Killian's Boy Choir] (disc 2), 1966 (Jul. 28) (Compact Disc)
CD 13 The Three B's plus Two Negro Spirituals (Compact Disc)
  • Cantata no. 56 [Johann Sebastian Bach]
  • Three English Songs [Ludwig van Beethoven]
  • Vier ernste Gesänge [Johannes Brahms]
  • Round the Glory Manger [Willis James]
  • Let Us Break Bread Together [arr. Myers]
CD 14 Green Is the Forest—Thoughts—and Other Noteable High Notes (Compact Disc)
  • Every Calf in the World [Moore/Myers]
  • Thoughts—Wind [Christopher Myers]
  • Six Selected Songs for Singer and Saw in C
  • I Shall Be Very Quiet [Myers/Copeland]
  • Wretched Tative (Belly Cantata) [Myers]
  • The Sweet & Sour Suite [Moore/Myers]
  • The Purple Cow [Moore/Myers]
  • Il Vove [Heitor Villa-Lobos]
  • Green is the Forest [Eversole/Myers]
  • Epitaph–Alcuin [Myers/McKinney]
  • Encore [Helbig/Myers]
CD 15 A Little Sing' and A Little Composin' (Compact Disc)
  • I'm Just a Happy Little Feller
  • Emcee and featured singer, NATS Convention
  • Hi-Ho, Nobody Home
  • Spontaneous Song [perf. TSC Singers]
  • It Rises Out of the Calm
  • Roundelay [Eugene Copeland/Myers]
  • O Beautiful For Spacious Skies
  • Roundelay [Myers]
  • Drink To Me Only With Thine Eyes
  • I Shall Be Very Quiet
  • Mozart Round
CD 16 Frances Cole, Harpsichordist (Compact Disc)
CD 17 Variations on Drink To Me Only With Thine Eyes (Compact Disc)
CD 18 Early American Psalmody (Compact Disc)
  • Windsor
  • Ten Commandments
  • London
  • Old 113th
  • Pater Noster
  • Old Hundred
  • Hallelujah
  • York
CD 19 Five Mystical Songs [Ralph Vaughan Williams], 1974 (Apr. 27) (Compact Disc)
CD 20 Seven Songs to George Washington (Francis Hopkinson), 1988 (Nov. 20) (Compact Disc)
CD 21 Seven Songs to George Washington (Francis Hopkinson) (Compact Disc)
  • Seven Songs to George Washington (Francis Hopkinson)
  • Four Songs from Shakespeare (Benjamin Carr)
CD 22 The Prince of Peace [Myers/Perf. Jersey City Choral Society], 1957 (Compact Disc)
CD 23 Christmas Soloist [perf. Randolph Singers; Gordon Myers; Harriet Myers], 1952 (Compact Disc)
CD 24 Triumphes of Oriana [Perf. Randolph Singers] (Compact Disc)
  • Hard By a Crystal Fountain [Thomas Morley]
  • Arise, Awake, Awake [Thomas Morley]
CD 25 Songs of Early Americans, 1970–77 (Compact Disc)
  • The Cricket [G. K. Jackson]
  • The Bee [anon.]
  • Multiplication Table [George K. Jackson/arr. Myers]
  • The Fly [Jacob French]
  • The Grasshopper [Elias Mann]
CD 26 Yankee Doodle Fought Here, 2002 (Compact Disc)
CD 27 Yankee Doodle Fought Here (copy 2), 2002 (Compact Disc)
CD 47 Iolanthe—Mutual Radio Network [perf. Cornell College], 1939 (Jun. 3) (Compact Disc)
CD 48 They Made A Constitution!, 2002 (Compact Disc)
Box D1
VHS 3 A Most Unusual Wedding: Missey Mouse & Great Lord Frog (VHS)
VHS 5 Songs for the Ballot Box, 1988 (Oct. 19) (VHS)
VHS 6 Art of Belly Canto (New Jersey Public Television), 1977 (Jun) (VHS)
VHS 7 Art of Belly Canto (Westminster Choir College), 1998 (VHS)
VHS 8 Art of Belly Canto (Connecticut), 1998 (VHS)
VHS 9 Art of Belly Canto, segment (College of New Jersey), 2002 (Mar. 20) (VHS)
VHS 10 Do You Sing, Mr. Twain?—Gordon Myers' 80th Birthday (VHS)
VHS 11 Dean Chattin's Retirement Concert, 1992 (VHS)
  • Cantata in Blue
  • The Art of Belly Canto
  • The Prayer of St. Francis
VHS 12 Yankee Doodle Odyssey (Trenton State College Singers tour to Russia, Romania), 1977 (VHS)
VHS 13 New Jersey Public Television Excerpts (VHS)
  • To Grandfather's House
  • People, Pets & Dr. Marc
  • They Came to Work
  • You, Me & Technology
  • The Awakening
  • It Figures
VHS 14 I Shot An Arrow Into The Air (Upper Township Middle School Choir) (VHS)
Affiliations
Box 13
1 American Academy of Teachers of Singing, 1976–2002
2 American Academy of Teachers of Singing—Minutes, 1999–2000
3 American Academy of Teachers of Singing—Minutes, 2001
4 American Academy of Teachers of Singing—Correspondence
5 American Antiquarian Society—Concert and Research Arrangements, 1989 (Sep.)
6 American Antiquarian Society—Music for Concert, 1989 (Sep.)
See also: CDs 4, 5
7 American Antiquarian Society—Music by Samuel Holyoke
8 American Antiquarian Society—Music by William Selby
9 American Antiquarian Society—Music by Abraham Wood
10 American Antiquarian Society—Music by Hans Gram
11 American Antiquarian Society—Music by Horatio Garnet
12 American Antiquarian Society—Music by Elias Mann
13 American Antiquarian Society—Music by Oliver Holden
14 American Antiquarian Society—Music by William Cooper
15 American Antiquarian Society—Music by Frederick Granger
16 American Antiquarian Society—Music by Alexander Reinagle
17 American Antiquarian Society—Music by unidentified composers
18 American Antiquarian Society—Massachusetts Magazine
19 American Antiquarian Society—Anecdote
20 American Antiquarian Society—Worcester Historical Museum—Isaiah Thomas
21 American Theatre Wing—Béla Wilda: Summer the Lovely
22 American Theatre Wing—FBI and Schubert's 2 Gesänge
See also: CD 42
23 American Theatre Wing—For the Record, 1955
24 American Theatre Wing—Mme. Gauthier
25 American Theatre Wing—Music on the Wing (WNYC), 1954
26 American Theatre Wing—Recording of Mme. Gauthier, c. 1916
27 American Theatre Wing—The Prompt Box Newsletter, 1951 (Nov. 19)
28 Delta Omicron, 1988–2006
29 Foundation for American Christian Education—Early American Music Seminar, 1975 (Jul.)
30 Foundation for American Christian Education—In God We Trust (Words, Score)
Box 14
1 The Jersey City Choral Society
2 National Association of Teachers of Singing—History of Nats [Harvey Ringel], 1990
3 National Association of Teachers of Singing—National Convention, 1976, 92
See also: Cassette 2
4 National Association of Teachers of Singing—Art Song in the United States (1759–1999): An Annotated Bibliography
5 National Association of Teachers of Singing—History of New Jersey NATS [Lawana Ingle]
6 New York Pro Musica—History
7 New York Pro Musica—"Pied Piper: The Many Lives of Noah Greenberg", 2001
8 New York Pro Musica—"Disks: Spring Music for theFall" [Raymond Ericson], 1961
9 New York Pro Musica—Interview with Gordon Myers
See also: Video 4
10 New York Pro Musica—Tours: US, Holland, Spain, Israel, Jugoslavia, 1958–63
11 New York Pro Musica—Programs, 1958–63
12 New York Pro Musica—Program for the Opening Ceremonies of the 12th Century Spanish Apse, Metropolitran Museum of Art, 1961
13 New York Pro Musica—Recordings made
See also: Cassette 9, 10, CD 11
14 New York Pro Musica—Recordings made
15 New York Pro Musica—Play of Daniel
See also: CD 12
16 New York Pro Musica—Play of Daniel, 1960
17 New York Pro Musica—Play of Daniel, performed England, France, Italy
See also: Cassette 11
18 New York Pro Musica—Play of Daniel (Score), 1959
19 New York Pro Musica—Jeu de Daniel, 1960
20 New York Pro Musica—"A Window into the 12th Century"
21 New York Pro Musica—"From the Organ Gallery: Review of the Play of Daniel" [Robert N. Roth]
22 New York Pro Musica—Play of Daniel Review [Andrew J. Kelly]
23 Rowan College Chamber Choir
24 Sonneck Society—General
25 Sonneck Society—Archers (full score & backup material), 1989
Box 15
1 Sonneck Society—Half-a-cup-o-Decaffinated Coffee Cantata
See also: Cassette 3
2 Sonneck Society—House of Love [Edith Borroff/Myers]
See also: Cassette 1
3 Sonneck Society—Carleton Sprague Smith Performances and Celebrations
See also: CD 43
4 Sonneck Society—Vier Gedichte (Oscar Sonneck/Edgar Allen Poe)
See also: Cassette 4
5 Television music—Composing Music for Television, 1977–87
6 Television music—Awakening: A Narrative in Bronze
7 Television music—Great American Eating Machine, You!
8 Television music—It Figures
9 Television music—People, Pets & Dr. Marc
10 Television music—They Came to Work
11 Television music—To Grandfather's House We Go
12 Television music—You, Me & Technology
13 Trenton State College Singers—Photographs (photocopy)
14 Trenton State College Singers—Photographs (photocopy), 1976 (Mar. 10-15)
15 Trenton State College Bicentenniel Singers, 1975, 76
16 WGHF-FM—Without A Song (66 15-minute programs)
See also: CD 45
17 WGHF-FM—Rural Radio Network
18 WGHF-FM—Gladys and Gordon
See also: CD 10
19 WGHF-FM—Gordon Myers Named Program Director
20 WGHF-FM—Storecasting
21 WGHF-FM—Air Music, Inc.
22 WGHF-FM—Facsimile Broadcasting, Multiplexing, Store Commercials in Parking Lots
23 WGHF-FM—Resignation of Gordon Myers; Eastern Broadcasting System, Inc.
24 WGHF-FM—Correspondence
Box B1
Cassette 1 A House of Love (Edith Borroff/Myers), 1989 (Jan. 22) (Cassette)
Cassette 2 Songs from The Massachusetts Magazine, 1992 (Cassette)
  • On Musick [William Selby]
  • Brief encore
  • The Grasshopper [Elias Mann]
  • Song [Gentleman from Worcester]
  • A Shape Alone Let Others Prize [Hans Gram]
  • Sally [Samuel Holyoke]
Cassette 3 Half-a-Cup-o-Decafinated Coffee Cantata, 1994 (Apr. 6) (Cassette)
Cassette 4 Four Poems by Edgtar Allen Poe, 1977 (Mar. 10) (Cassette)
Cassette 9 New York Pro Musica—Gordon Myers' Solos (Cassette)
  • Three Motets : Fama Malum; Dulces Exuviae; Tu Solus Qui Facis Mirabilia
  • Tobacco [Tobias Hume]
  • E la don don [Anonymous Villancico]
  • Cantiga no. 166
  • Quis Dabit Capiti Meo Aquam
  • Agnus Dei [Senfl]
  • Nova, Nova—Deo Gracias
  • Gross Weh Ich leid' [Senfl]
Cassette 10 New York Pro Musica—at the "Downstiars at the Upstairs" club, 1957–58 (Cassette)
Cassette 11 The Play of Daniel, 1960 (Jul. 16) (Cassette)
Box C1
CD 4 Lecture-recital: Songs from the Massachusetts Magazine, 1798-1796, 1989 (Sep. 17) (Compact Disc)
  • Ah! How Needless…
  • The Grasshopper [Elias Mann]
  • Ode On Spring [Abraham Wood]
  • Winter [Alexander Reinagle]
  • A Shape Alone Let Others Prize [Hans Gram]
  • SALLY—A Pastoral [Samuel Holyoke]
  • Ode to Columbia's Favorite Son [Oliver Holden]
  • Ode for American Independence [Horatio Garnet]
  • The Rural Retreat [William Selby]
  • On Musick [William Selby]
CD 5 Lecture-recital: Songs from the Massachusetts Magazine, 1798-1796 (copy), 1989 (Sep. 17) (Compact Disc)
CD 10 Gladys and Gordon, WGHF-FM, 1948–55 (Compact Disc)
CD 11 Gordon Myers in the New York Pro Musica (Compact Disc)
  • Cantiga no. 166 [Alfonso X El Sabio]
  • E la don don [Anoymous Villancico]
  • Tobacco is Like Love [Tobias Hume]
  • Three Motets [Josquin Des Préz]: Fama Malum, Dulce Exuviae, Tu Solas
  • Gross Weh Ich Leid [Ludwig Senfl]
  • Deo Gracias Anglia [Agincourt carol]
  • Nova, Nova [Medieval Christmas carol]
CD 12 The Play of Daniel [perf. New York Pro Musica], 1958–60 (Compact Disc)
CD 42 Drei Gesänge [Franz Schubert], 1971 (Jan. 6) (Compact Disc)
CD 43 Panis Angelicus (Compact Disc)
CD 45 Without A Song—WGHF-FM, 1948 (Compact Disc)
  • Why Do I Love You [Kern]
  • Music from "Fashion"
  • My Days Have Been So Wond'rous Free [Hopkinson]
  • The Song of the Swamps [Harry Robert Wilson]
  • Oh, Lord, We Kneel Before Thee [Felix Mendelssohn/Myers]
  • To The Queen of Heaven [Dunhill]
Box D1
VHS 4 Interview by John Burkhalter at Princeton University (VHS)
Personal
Box 15
25 Poetry
26 Letters to the Editor—Trenton Times, 1980–2002
27 Reincarnation: Earth and Other Planets I have Known (Memoir)
Box 16
1 Mormon Hymns
See also: CD 1
2 Swan Song
See also: Video 1
3 Interviews with Gordon Myers—WWFM-FM, 1974, 1995
See also: CD 2
4 Interview with Gordon Myers—Paul DuBois, 1987 (Nov. 12)
See also: Video 2
5 Personal correspondence—Christmas Letters, 1963–2004
6 Personal correspondence—Christopher's Letters to Aunt Elizabeth w/ Cartoons
7 Personal correspondence—Columbia College Bulletin Board, Photographs of Christopher
8 Cornell College—America was Song and Laughter
9 Cornell College—Class of '41 (50th Reunion)
10 Cornell College—Fair Old Cornell
See also: CD 46
11 Cornell College—Iolanthe (1939)
12 Cornell College—Al Johnson
13 Cornell College—Music of America in Cornell Spotlight, 1975
14 I Sing, Therefore I Am (Autobiography), 1998
15 Singing Teachers Wear Many Hats
16 Early writings
17 Chimes, Silence, and Heaven (prose)
18 Looking back0ù After WWII (Autobiographical segment)
19 Poetry—Roundelay
See also: CD 3
20 Poetry—It Rises Out Of Calm
21 Poetry—General
22 Poetry—Pick A Star
23 Poetry—New York
24 Poetry—Spain
25 Poetry—?
26 Poetry—On Christopher and Gordon
Box C1
CD 1 Mormon Hymns by Eliza Snow Smith (Compact Disc)
  • O My Father (early Columbia recording)
  • The Lord's Prayer [Mormon Tabernacle Choir; Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy]
  • How Great the Wisdom and the Love
CD 2 Gordon Myers interview on WWFM (Compact Disc)
  • Discussing "World of Song" with Mark Miller
  • Discussing "Yankee Doodle Fought Here" with Ralph Collier
CD 3 Roundelay [poem by Myers] settings by Arno Safron, Stanley Austin, Eugene Copeland, Gordon Myers, 1972 (Compact Disc)
CD 46 Centennial Celebration (1853-1953), c. 1951 (Compact Disc)
  • Thousands Have From Far & Near [T. S. Skinner]
  • Cornell Fights For Victory [Claude E. Rose]
  • Fair Old Cornell [Horace Lozier]
Box D1
VHS 1 Swan Songs (VHS)
  • Trenton State College—85 years
  • A capella song : Christopher wedding
VHS 2 Trenton State College—Oral History Program, 1987 (Nov. 12) (VHS)
Scrapbooks
Box 17
1 Scrapbook no. 1
2 Scrapbook no. 2
3 Scrapbook no. 3
4 Scrapbook no. 4
5 Scrapbook no. 5
6 Scrapbook no. 6
7 Scrapbook no. 7
8 Scrapbook no. 8
9 Scrapbook no. 9
Box 18
1 Scrapbook no. 10
2 Scrapbook no. 11
3 Scrapbook no. 12
4 Scrapbook no. 13
5 Scrapbook no. 14
6 Scrapbook no. 15
7 Scrapbook no. 16
8 Scrapbook no. 17
9 Scrapbook no. 18
10 Scrapbook no. 19
Box 19
1 Scrapbook no. 20
2 Scrapbook no. 21
3 Scrapbook no. 22
4 Scrapbook no. 23
5 Scrapbook no. 25
6 Scrapbook no. 26
7 Scrapbook no. 27
8 Scrapbook no. 28
9 Scrapbook no. 29
10 Scrapbook no. 30
11 Scrapbook no. 31
12 Scrapbook no. 32
Box 20
1 Scrapbook no. 33
2 Scrapbook no. 34
3 Old files, boxes, papers, letters: 1
4 Old files, boxes, papers, letters: 2
5 Old files, boxes, papers, letters: 3
6 Old files, boxes, papers, letters: 4
7 Old files, boxes, papers, letters: 5
8 Old files, boxes, papers, letters: 6
9 Old files, boxes, papers, letters: 7
10 Old files, boxes, papers, letters: 8
Box 21
1 New Jersey Miscellaneous: 1-3
2 New Jersey Miscellaneous: 4-6
3 New Jersey Miscellaneous: 7
4 New Jersey Miscellaneous: 8
5 New Jersey Miscellaneous: 9
6 New York, New Jersey, 1947–53
7 Trenton State College
8 Special Papers Great and Small: 1
9 Special Papers Great and Small: 2