St. Louis Theater Collection

Accession Number:  SC 17:03
Location:  RB-M
Dates:  1867-2010
Size:  11 legal Hollingers; 3.63 cubic feet
Creator/Collector:  SLPL Staff
Acquisition info:  Transfer from Fine Arts
Accruals:  No accruals expected
Custodial history:  SLPL Fine Arts
Language:  English and German
Processed by:  Melissa Miller, September 2017
Conservation notes:  Stored in acid-free folders
Scope and Content: The collection contains programs, tickets, flyers, and other ephemera from St. Louis theaters and performance groups.
Arrangement:  Collection organized alphabetically by theater or performance group
Restrictions:  No restrictions
Remarks:  To determine type of document, see key on last page of finding aid

St. Louis Theater Collection
1867-2010
11 legal Hollingers; 3.63 cubic feet

Box/Folder Description
 1/1  Finding Aid
 1/2  American Fund for French Wounded
-Two Plays (P)
 1/3  American Guild of Organists-Festival Music Service; Westminster Presbyterian Church; September 29, 1924 (P)
-St. Anthony’s Choristers; St. Anthony’s Church; April 10, 1927 (P)
-Nineteenth National Convention; July 1948 (P)
-Edward Linzel organ recital; Graham Memorial Chapel, Washington University; July 6, 1948 (P)
-Frederick Swann organ recital; Christ Church Cathedral; June 21, 1965 (P)
 1/4  American Guild of Violinists-Fourth Annual Convention; Planters Hotel; June 1914 (P) (2)
 1/5  American Legion Musician’s Post Band-Concert; Soldiers’ Memorial; August 24, 1938 (P)
 1/6  American Theatre, 1918-1949, Programs (7th and Market)
-"Tiger Rose"; December 1918 (P)
-"Mis’ Nelly of N’Orleans"; April 14, 1920 (P)
-"Declassee"; December 1920 (P)
-"Lightnin"; November 1922 (P)
-"The Merchant of Venice"; December 1923 (P)
-"Richelieu," "King Lear," "As You Like It," "Julius Caesar," "Hamlet," and "Merchant of Venice"; February 1924 (P)
-"The School for Scandal"; January 1926 (P)
-"The Merry Wives of Windsor"; January 1928 (P)
-"Strange Interlude"; February 1929 (P)
-"Caprice"; October 1929 (P)
-"Wings Over Europe"; November 1929 (P)
-"Marco Millions"; January 1930 (P)
-"Sherlock Holmes"; March 1930 (P) (2)
-"A Month in the Country"; December 1930 (P)
-"Elizabeth, the Queen"; March 1931 (P) (2)
-"Green Grow the Lilacs"; April 1931 (P)
-"Private Lives"; November 1931 (P)
-"Tomorrow and Tomorrow"; December 1931 (P)
-"Three’s a Crowd"; January 1932 (P) (2)
-Ted Shawn and His Dancers; February 1932 (P)
-"The Merchant of Venice"; February 1932 (P)
-"The Green Pastures"; February 29, 1932 (P)
-"The Band Wagon"; March 1932 (P)
-"Reunion in Vienna"; November 1932 (P)
-"Alice in Wonderland," "Through the Looking Glass," and Hedda Gabler"; January 1934 (P) (3)
-"Richelieu," "The Servant in the House," "Hamlet," and "Macbeth"; January 1934 (P)
-"As Thousands Cheer"; January 1935 (P)
-"Ah, Wilderness!"; February 1935 (P)
-"Mansion on the Hudson," "The Loves of Charles II," and "The Wives of Henry VIII"; February 193 (P)
-Abbey Theatre Players; April 1935 (P) (3)
-Abbey Theatre Players; February 1938 (P) (2)
-"Pins and Needles"; October 1938 (P)
-"The Time of Your Life"; December 22, 1940 (P)
-"The Corn is Green"; March 1942 (P)
-"Arsenic and Old Lace"; Januay 2, 1944 (P)
-"Blithe Spirit"; January 1944 (P)-"State of the Union"; April 1946 (P) (2)
-"Lute Song"; November 4, 1946 (P) (2)
-"Up in Central Park"; November 11, 1946 (P) (2)
-"A Moon for the Misbegotten"; March 24, 1947 (P)
-"Sweethearts"; February 8, 1948 (P)
-"Man and Superman"; December 1948 (P)
-"Brigadoon"; February 1949 (P)
-"Inside USA"; October 30, 1949 (P)
 1/7  American Theatre, 1950s, Programs (Grand and Olive)
-"The Man Who Came to Dinner"; January 16, 1950 (P)
-"Oklahoma!"; April 9, 1950 (P)
-"Death of a Salesman"; April 24, 1950 (P)
-"Kiss Me, Kate"; May 1950 (P)
-"As You Like It"; November 1950 (P)
-"The Guardsman"; March 5, 1951 (P)
-"Guys and Dolls"; March 9, 1953 (P)
-"Kind Sir"; October 1953 (P)
-"Dial ‘M’ for Murder"; April 1954 (P)
-"The Teahouse of the August Moon"; December 1954 (P) (2)
-"Plain and Fancy"; January 1955 (P)
-"Don Juan in Hell"; October 1955 (P)
-"The Pajama Game"; October 1955 (P)
-"The Chalk Garden"; November 1956 (P) (2)
-"The Waltz of the Toreadors"; December 1957 (P)
-National Chorus of America; April 22, 1958 (P)
-"Romanoff and Juliet"; November 1958 (P)
-"Li’l Abner"; February 23, 1959 (P)
 1/8  American Theatre, 1960-1967, Programs-"JB"; January 4, 1960 (P)
-"Mary Stuart"; April 4, 1960 (P)
-"The Music Man"; October 1960 (P) (2)
-"Make a Million"; November 1961 (P)
-"Destry Rides Again"; December 1960-January 1961 (P)
-"Camelot"; October 1963 (P)
-"A Man for All Seasons"; November 1963 (P)
-"The Seagull"; March 1964 (P)
-"Hello, Dolly!"; December 1965-January 1966 (P)
-"The Subject Was Roses"; February 1966 (P)
-"This Was Burlesque"; February 1966 (P)
-"Generation"; September 1966 (P)
-"Funny Girl"; September-October 1966 (P)
-"Where’s Charley?"; October 1966 (P)
-"Fiddler on the Roof"; October-November 1966 (P)
-Les Ballets Africains; November 1966 (P)
-"The Odd Couple"; December 1966 (P) (2)
-"Wait Until Dark"; January-February 1967 (P)
-"D’Oyly Carte Opera Company"; February 1967 (P)
-"The Fantasticks"; February 1967 (P)
-"This Was Burlesque"; March-April 1967 (P)
-"Half a Sixpence"; April 1967 (P)
-Eddie Fisher and Buddy Hackett; May 1967 (P)
-"Wait a Minim!"; October 1967 (P)
-"Mame"; December 1967 (P)
-"You Know I Can’t Hear You When the Water’s Running; December 1967 (P)
 1/9  American Theatre, 1968-1969, Programs
-"The Odd Couple"; January 1968 (P)
-"Black Comedy"; February 1968 (P)
-"The Lion in Winter"; March 1968 (P)
-"Star-Spangled Girl"; April 1968 (P)
-"Man of La Mancha"; April-May 1968 (P) (2)
-"Cactus Flower"; September-October 1968 (P)
-"I Do! I Do!"; October 1968 (P)
-"Don’t Drink the Water"; November 1968 (P)
-"Canterbury Tales"; December 1968 (P)
-"Come Blow Your Horn"; January 1969 (P)
-"Cabaret"; March 1969 (P)
-"Man of La Mancha"; May 1969 (P)
-"Under the Yum-Yum Tree"; May 1969 (P)
-"Cactus Flower"; September 1969 (P)
-"You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown"; September-October 1969 (P) (2)
-"Hadrian VII"; December 1969 (P)
-"Spofford!"; December 1969 (P)
 1/10  American Theatre, 1970s, Programs
-"The Price"; February 1970 (P)
-"Forty Carats"; October 1970 (P)
-"This Was Burlesque"; October 1970 (P)
-Emlyn Williams as Charles Dickens; November 1970 (P)
-"1776"; November-December 1970 (P) (2)
-"Last of the Red Hot Lovers"; December 1970 (P)
-"Plaza Suite"; December 1970-January 1971 (P)
-"The Apple of His Eye"; January 1971 (P)
-"Play It Again, Sam"; January 1971 (P)
-"Butterflies Are Free"; March 1971 (P)
-"Coco"; April 1971 (P) (3)
-"The Sound of Music"; April 1971 (P)
-Anthony Newley and Buddy Hackett; May 1971 (P) (2)
-"And Miss Reardon Drinks a Little"; November 1971 (P)
-"Sleuth"; February 1972 (P)
-"Sleuth"; September 1972 (P) (2)
-"Purlie"; September-October 1972 (P)
-"Godspell"; December 1972-January 1973 (P)
-"Twigs"; February 1973 (P)
-"Clarence Darrow"; September 1974 (P)
-"The Ragtime Years"; October 1974 (P)
-"Grease"; October-November 1974 (P)
-"Godspell"; November-December 1974 (P)
-"When You Comin’ Bak, Red Ryder?"; December 1974 (P)
-Blackstone Magic Show; September-October 1978 (P)
-"Whoopee!"; December 1978 (P) (3)
-"Dracula"; January-February 1979 (P) (2)
-"Deathtrap"; February-March 1979 (P)
-"The Gin Game"; March 1979 (P)
-"Eubie!"; March-April 1979 (P)
-"Neil Simon’s Chapter Two"; October 1979 (P)
 2/1  American Theatre, Unknown Dates, Programs
-"4 Girls 4" (P)
-"Annie" (P)
-"The Apple Cart" (P) (2)
-"The Belle of Amherst" (P)
-"The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas" (P) (2)
-Blackstone Magic Show (P)
-"Bubbling Brown Sugar" (P)
-"Burlesque USA" (P)
-"A Chorus Line" (P)
-"Comedy with Music" (P) (3)
-"Copperfield" (P)
-"Daisy Mayme" (P)
-"Dancin’" (P)
-"Diversions & Delights" (P)
-"A Doll’s House" (P)
-"Don Juan in Hell" (P)
-"Earl Carroll Vanities" (P)
-An Evening with Beatrice Lillie (P)
-"Give ‘Em Hell Harry!" (P)
-"Good Evening" (P)
-"Hair" (P)
-"The Happiest Millionaire" (P)
-"Hughie" (P)
-"Makin’ Whoopie" (P)
-"Misalliance" (P)
-"My Fair Lady" (P)
-"Nash at Nine" (P)
-"No Time for Sergeants" (P)
-"The Prisoner of Second Avenue" (P)
-"The Royal Family" (P)
-"Same Time Next Year" (P)
-San Carlo Grand Opera Company (P)
-"Seesaw" (P)
-"Shenandoah" (P)
-"That Championship Season" (P)
-“Waltz of the Toreadors” (P)
 2/2  American Theatre, Miscellaneous Items
-1969-1970 season information (B)
-"Whoopee"; October 20, 1978 (A)
-Change of Schedule for "Whoopee"; October 26, 1978 (A)
-1980-1981 subscription information (B)
-"3 for Tonight" (O) (2)
-"The 5th Season" (O)
-1979-1980 Season (O)
-"Anastasia" (O)
-"Anniversary Waltz" (O)
-"Auntie Mame" (O)
-"Bad Seed" (O)
-"The Boy Friend" (A) (O)
-"Bus Stop" (O)
-"Can-Can" (O)
-"Cat on a Hot Tin Roof" (O)
-"The Chalk Garden" (O)
-Child’s ticket (T)
-"Damn Yankees" (A) (O)
-"Dear Charles" (O)
-"Dial ‘M’ for Murder" (O)
-"The Diary of Anne Frank" (O)
-"Diversions & Delights" (F)
-"Don Juan in Hell" (O) (2)
-"Elizabeth the Queen" (O)
-An Evening with Beatrice Lillie (O)
-"The Gazebo" (A)
-Genevieve Hamper (F) (2)
-"The Gin Game" (F)
-"The Girls in 509" (O)
-"Grease" (O)
-"The Great Sebastians" (O)
-"The Happiest Millionaire" (O)
-"Harvey" (A)
-"Henry V" and "Hamlet" (O)
-"Hilary" (O)
-"Janus" (O)
-"JB" (O)
-"Kind Sir" (T)
-"The Lark" (O)
-"The Last of Mrs. Cheyney" (F)
-"Li’l Abner" (O)
-"Long Day’s Journey into Night" (O)
-"Look Back in Anger" (O)
-"Mary Stuart" (F) (O)
-"The Match Maker" (O)
-"Middle of the Night" (O)
-"Misalliance" (O)
-"Mister Roberts" (A)
-"The Moon Is Blue" (O) (T)
-"Most Happy Fella" (O)
-"Much Ado About Nothing" (O)
-"My 3 Angels" (O)
-"New Faces" (O)
-"No Time for Sergeants" (A)
-"Oklahoma!" (O)
-"The Pajama Game" (O) (2)
-"Papa Juan" (F) (3)
-"Plain and Fancy" (O)
-"Porgy and Bess" (O)
-"The Rainmaker" (O)
-"Richelieu" (F)
-"The River Niger" (F)
-"Romanoff and Juliet" (O)
-"Separate Tables" (O)
-"The Seven Year Itch" (O)
-"The Solid Gold Cadillac" (O)
-"South Pacific" (O)
-"Strange Interlude" (O)
-"Sunrise at Campobello" (O)
-"Tea and Sympathy" (O) (2)
-"The Teahouse of the August Moon" (O) (2)
-"The Tender Trap" (O)
-Teresa & Luisillo Ballets Espagnols (O)
-"There’s a Girl in My Soup" (F)
-"This Thing Called Love" (O)
-"The Threepenny Opera" (O)
-"Time Out for Ginger" (O)
-"Two for the Seesaw" (O)
-"Up in Central Park" (A)
-"Visit to a Small Planet" (O)
-Walter Hampden (F)
-"Waltz of the Toreadors" (O)
-"The Warm Peninsula" (O)
-Wednesday matinees (A)
-"The Wooden Dish” (O)
-“Words and Music” (A) (O)
-“Ziegfeld Follies” (A) (O)
 2/3  Ancient String Instrument Ensemble-Brochure (B)
-Concert; Augustana College Chapel, Rock Island, Illinois (P)
 2/4  The Arena (5700 Oakland Ave.)
-Ice Capades; March 1945 (P)
 2/5  Art Theatre (3143 Olive St.)
-“Hymn of the Nations” (A)
 2/6  Artist Presentation Committee
-1949-1950 Series (B)
 2/7  Arts and Education Council (607 N. Grand)
-Brochures; 1968-1969 (B) (2)
-Newsletters; March 1970-December 1972 (N) (12)
 2/8  August Opera Festival (Washington University Quadrangle)
-Season information; 1959-1969 (F) (B) (12)
-"The Barber of Seville"; August 1960 (P)
-"Don Giovanni"; August 1960 (P)
-"The Tales of Hoffmann"; August 1961 (P)
-"Cosi Fan Tutte"; August 1961 (P)
-"Die Fledermaus"; August 1962 (P)
-"Aida"; August 1966 (P)
-"Lucia di Lammermoor"; August 1966 (P)
-"Il Trovatore"; August 1967 (P)
-"Magic Flute," "Faust," "Gianni Schicchi," and "Pagliacci"; August 1968 (P)
-"Don Giovanni," "The Italian Girl in Algiers," and "The Tales of Hoffmann"; August 1969 (P)
 2/9  Bach Society
-Mass in B Minor; Municipal/Kiel Auditorium; May 1941-May 1967 (B) (P) (3)
-Bach Festival information; 1942-1972 (F) (O) (P) (26)
-St. Matthew Passion; Municipal/Kiel Auditorium; May 1943-March 1961 (B) (P) (2)
-Special All Bach Program; St. Louis Institute of Music; May 7, 1948 (P)
-Special All Bach Program; Wednesday Club Auditorium; May 5, 1950 (P)
-Christmas Festival Concert; Kiel Auditorium; December 13, 1952 (P)
-Candlelight Christmas Concert; Kiel Auditorium; December 1954-December 1967 (B) (P) (7)
-"Bach Renaissance in St. Louis" by Ernst C. Krohn; October 1955 (B)
-Great Music for the Christmas Season; Kiel Auditorium; December 12, 1969 (B)
-"Israel in Egypt"; April 13, 1973 (P)
 2/10  Band Concerts in the Park (Laclede Concert Band)
-Schedule; 1960-1963 (F) (8)
-"Salute to the Municipal Opera"; Forest Park; June 11, 1961 (P)
-Band Concert in the Park; Tilles Park; August 7, 1963 (P)
-Band Concert in the Park; Forest Park (P) (3)
 2/11  Barn Dinner Theatre (Ellisville, Missouri)
-"No Hard Feelings"; September 11, 1974 (I) (P) (T) (4)
-"Everybody Loves Opal"; October 1974 (I) (P) (2)
-"6 RMS Riv Vu" (P)
-"Born Yesterday" (P) (3)
-"Butterflies Are Free" (P)
-"Charley’s Aunt" (P)
-"Come Blow Your Horn" (P)
-"Don’t Drink the Water" (P)
-"Finishing Touches" (P)
-"Fun City" (P)
-"Goodbye Charlie" (P)
-"Harvey" (P)
-"Here Lies Jeremy Troy" (P)
-"I Do! I Do!" (P)
-"The Impossible Years" (P)
-"Last of the Red Hot Lovers" (P)
-"Love Is a Time of Day" (P)
-"Mary, Mary" (P)
-"The Owl and the Pussycat" (P)
-"Play It Again, Sam" (P)
-"Plaza Suite" (P)
-"The Tender Trap" (P)-"There’s a Girl in My Soup" (P)
-"A Thousand Clowns" (P)
-Ticket stubs; August 7, 1974 (T) (2)
-"Under the Yum-Yum Tree" (P)
-"You Can’t Take It With You" (P)
 2/12  Beethoven Conservatory (4325 Olive St.)
-“Hansel and Gretel”; April 24, 1911 (P)
-“The Neighbors”; April 27, 1917 (P) (2)
 2/13  Belleville Philharmonic Society
-"History of the Belleville Philharmonic Society"; 1961 (B)
 2/14  Benton Hall (Bruno St.)
-Pianist Frederic Lillebridge and Soprano Charlotte Lachs-Lillebridge (P) (2)
 2/15  Marietta Bitter
-Harp recital; 314 N. Euclid Ave.; February 13, 1927 (P)
 2/16  Bollinger Piano School (Odeon Building)
-Information (B) (F)
-"The Sphinx, Fantasy-Suite" (F)
-Tuition prices (F)
 2/17  Bremen Theatre (20th and Bremen Ave.)
-Special Program; April 1915 (P)
3/1   Castle Square Opera Company (Exposition Music Hall)
-"Faust"; November 1899 (P)
-"Il Trovatore"; November 1899 (P)
-"Martha"; November 1899 (P) (3)
-"Mikado"; November 1899 (P)
-"Maritana"; December 1899 (P)
-"Bohemian Girl"; December 1899 (P)
-"HMS Pinafore" and "Cavalleria Rusticana"; December 1899 (P) (2)
-"A Basso Porto" and "Pirates of Penzance"; January 1900 (P) (2)
-"Lucia di Lammermoor"; January 1900 (P)
-"Romeo and Juliet"; January 1900 (P)
-"Mignon"; January 1900 (P)
-"Der Freischutz"; February 1900 (P)
-"Chimes of Normandy"; February 1900 (P)
-"Aida"; February 1900 (P)
-"Il Trovatore"; March 1900 (P)
-"Carmen"; March 1900 (P)
-"Rigoletto"; March 1900 (P)
-"Fra Diavolo"; March 1900 (P)
-"Lohengrin"; April 1900 (P) (2)
-"Tannhauser"; April 1900 (P)
-"Il Trovatore," "Lucia di Lammermoor," "Mikado," "Faust," and "Aida"; April 1900 (P)
-"The Prophet"; November 1900 (P)
-"El Capitan"; December 1900 (P)
-"Queen’s Lace Handkerchief"; December 1900 (P)
-"Patience"; February 1901 (P)
-"Boccaccio"; February 1901 (P)
-"La Boheme"; March 1901 (P)
-"The Isle of Champagne"; March 1901 (P)
-"Faust"; April 1901 (P)
 3/2  Cathedral Basilica of St. Louis (4431 Lindell Blvd.)
-Organ Recital; February 13, 1916 (P)
-A Concert of Organ and Choral Music; June 1957-May 1971 (P) (9)
-A Concert of Organ Music; October 1958-June 1964 (P) (2)
-A Concert of Organ and Violin Music; June 1959-May 1961 (P) (3)
-A Concert of Christmas Organ, Instrument, and Choral Music; January 1964-January 1967 (P) (2)
-Summerfete; August 1970 (B)
-A Concert of Christmas Organ and Choral Music; January 1971-January 1979 (P) (4)
-A Concert of Christmas Choral and Instrumental Music; January 1972-January 1973 (P) (2)
-An Easter Concert of Choral and Instrumental Music; April 16, 1972 (P)
-Oratorio of St. Boniface; May 25, 1975 (P)
-Rededication Concert of the Newly Rebuilt Kilgen Organ; July 26, 1984 (P)
-Christine Brewer and Mozart’s Grand Mass in C Minor; May 3, 2002 (P)
-Organ Concert (P)
-A Joint Organ and Vocal Recital (P) (2)
 3/3  Center of Contemporary Arts (COCA) (524 Trinity Ave.)
-Family Theatre Series; 2001-2002 (B)
 3/4  Chamber Music/Central West (Ken Palmer Studio)
-Information (B)
 3/5  Chamber Orchestra of St. Louis
-Chamber Orchestra Concert; Missouri School for the Blind; November 20, 1961 (P)
-Concert program; Pius XII Memorial Library; April 5, 1964 (P)
 3/6  Chase Hotel/Chase Park Plaza
-American Federation of Arts; Fourteenth Annual Convention; May 1923 (I) (P) (2)
-Morse-Pettingill Dramatic Recitals; "The Ring of the Niblung"; February 1924 (P)
-Ad Maiorem Dei Gloriam (AMDG) 1957 White House Sponsors Victory Dinner; May 13, 1957 (P) (2)
-Cheetah Fashion Ball; May 26, 1967 (P) (T) (3)
 3/7  Choral Art Society of St. Louis
-"Stabat Mater"; Lindell Avenue Methodist Episcopal Church; February 6, 1908 (P)
-Brahms’ Requiem; Lindell Avenue Methodist Episcopal Church; April 30, 1908 (P)
-First Season, First Concert; The Sheldon; January 21, 1914 (P)
-Concert program; Second Baptist Church; March 28, 1951 (P)
 3/8  Christ Church Cathedral (1210 Locust St.)
-Noon-Day Organ Recital by Arthur Davis; April 1914-November 1922 (P) (2)
-Miss Marian Ross in Concert; August 3, 1944 (P)
-Music for Strings and Harpsichord; November 20, 1944 (P)
-Cathedral Concert Series; 1956-1957 (B)
-Organ Recital by Nesta Lloyd Williams; March 5, 1957 (P)-Organist Glenn Watkins; January 22, 1957 (P)
-Epiphany Noon Organ Recitals; January-February 1962 (P) (2)
-Pre-Lent Noon Organ Recitals; February-March, 1962 (P)
-Eastertide Noon Organ Recitals; April-May 1962 (P) (2)
-Organ Dedication concert; May 4, 1965 (P)
-Concert in Memory of John F. Kennedy; November 22, 1965 (P)
-Bicentennial Bachfest concerts; January-February 1966 (P)
-Concert Organist Robert Glasgow; January 15, 1968 (F)
-Organist Pierre Cochereau; April 18, 1969 (F)
-Organist Ronald Arnatt; November 30, 1969 (P)
-"Celebrations of Life" concert; March 18, 1970 (P)
-"Berlioz Composition to Be Performed at Christ Church Cathedral"; April 21, 1970 (PR)
-Te Deum concert; April 21, 1970 (P)
-"Passion According to St. John"; March 15, 1970 (P)
-Festival of Creation; November 7, 1971 (F)
-"Creations of Life" (F)
 3/9  Christmas Choral Pageant (Kiel Auditorium)
-Pageant programs; December 1950-December 1955 (P) (6)
 3/10  Cinerama Theatre (4248 Lindell Blvd.)
-"Julie Andrews as the Star!" special preview; December 1968 (O) (P)
 3/11  Circuses
-Moolah Temple Shrine Big Time Circus and Fireworks Display; Missouri locations; June-July 1968 (F)
-Police Circus; St. Louis; 1969 (P)
 3/12  The City Club
-Farewell Recital; March 25, 1916 (P)
 3/13  Civic Chorus of St. Louis
-Information; 1947-1948 season (B) (2)
 3/14  Civic Music Association of St. Louis, 1922-1959
-Music Week programs; St. Louis Public Library; April 1922 (P) (2)
-Member letter; October 6, 1924 (L)
-Song Recital by Amelita Galli-Curci; February 20, 1931 (P)
-Wiener Saenger Knaben; New Municipal Auditorium; November 25, 1934 (P)
-Concerts information; 1935-1955 seasons (B) (F) (12)
-Pianist Alexander Brailowsky; Municipal Auditorium; January 18, 1944 (F)
-Baritone Martial Singher; Kiel Auditorium; October 15, 1946 (P)
-Pianist Benno Moiseiwitsch; Kiel Auditorium; March 15, 1949 (P)
-Ana Maria’s Spanish Ballet; Kiel Auditorium; November 27, 1951 (P)-Vienna Choir Boys; Kiel Auditorium; March 8, 1955 (F)
-"La Boheme"; Kiel Auditorium; November 1, 1955 (P)
-Berlin Dance Theater; Kiel Auditorium; December 13, 1955 (P)
-Contralto Jena Madeira; Kiel Auditorium; January 10, 1956 (P)
-Bass Jerome Hines; Kiel Auditorium; November 6, 1956 (P) (2)
-Pianist Leonard Pennario; Kiel Opera House; November 27, 1956 (P)
-Rise Stevens of the Metropolitan Opera Association; January 1957 (P)
-Vienna Choir Boys; Kiel Auditorium; February 12, 1957 (P)
-American Ballet Theatre; Kiel Auditorium; February 26, 1957 (P) (2)
-"La Traviata" by the New York Opera Festival; Kiel Auditorium; November 26, 1957 (P)
-Pianist Paul Badura-Skoda; Kiel Auditorium; January 21, 1958 (P) (3)
-Tenor Jan Peerce; Kiel Auditorium; February 4, 1958 (P) (3)
-National Ballet of Canada; Kiel Auditorium; March 4, 1958 (P) (2)
-Three Piano Festival with Orchestra; Kiel Auditorium; March 11, 1958 (P) (2)
-"Rigoletto" by the New York Opera Festival; Kiel Auditorium; November 18, 1958 (P) (3)
-Pianists Nora Kovach and Istvan Rabovsky; Kiel Auditorium; December 9, 1958 (P) (2)
-Roger Wagner Chorale; Kiel Auditorium; January 20, 1959 (P) (3)
-Pianist Alexander Uninsky; Kiel Auditorium; February 10, 1959 (P) (3)
-Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra; Kiel Auditorium; March 3, 1959 (P) (2)
-Baritone Leonard Warren; Kiel Auditorium; April 7, 1959 (P) (2)
-National Ballet Theatre of Finland; Kiel Auditorium; October 20, 1959 (P) (2)
-Pianist Grant Johannesen; Kiel Auditorium; November 24, 1959 (P) (2)
 3/15  Civic Music Association of St. Louis, 1960-1969 and Undated
-Concerts information; 1960-1969 seasons (B) (14)
-Contralto Jean Madeira; Kiel Auditorium; January 5, 1960 (P) (2)
-Vienna on Parade; Kiel Auditorium; February 17, 1960 (P) (2)
-Tenor Cesare Valletti; Kiel Auditorium; March 1, 1960 (P) (2)
-"The Ballad of Baby Doe" by the New York City Opera; Kiel Auditorium; March 15, 1960 (P) (2)
-Jose Greco and His Spanish Ballet; Kiel Auditorium; March 20, 1961 (P)
-Soprano Mary Costa; January 30, 1963 (P) (2)
-Leonard Bernstein Gala; February 11, 1963 (P) (2)
-San Francisco Ballet; March 27, 1963 (P)
-Bass Jerome Hines; April 23, 1963 (P)
-Pianist John Browning; November 19, 1963 (P)
-Leading Basso Cesare Siepi; January 21, 1964 (P)
-Soprano Victoria de Los Angeles; January 30, 1964 (P)
-Robert Shaw Chorale and Orchestra; February 6, 1964 (P)
-Orchestra San Pietro of Naples; March 10, 1964 (P)
-Gala Bicentennial Concert; Kiel Auditorium; October 27, 1964 (P)
-Pianist Rudolf Serkin; December 10, 1964 (P)
-Goldovsky Grand Opera Theater; January 28, 1965 (P)
-Jose Molina Bailes Espanoles; March 2, 1965 (P)
-Netherlands Chamber Orchestra; November 2, 1965 (P)
-Soprano Ingrid Bjoner; November 30, 1965 (P)
-Pianist Claudio Arrau; January 11, 1966 (P)
-Les Grands Ballets Canadians; March 15, 1966 (P)
-Tenor Jan Peerce; November 16, 1966 (P)
-Feis Eireann; January 17, 1967 (P)
-Ferrante & Teicher; March 7, 1967 (P) (2)
-Chamber Symphony of Philadelphia; April 11, 1967 (P) (3)
-Tenor John Alexander (P)
-Baritone John Charles Thomas; The Odeon (P)
-Kedroff Quartet; The Odeon (F)
-Krakow Choir and Orchestra (P)
 3/16  Civic Opera Association of St. Louis (Kiel Opera House)
-"Madame Butterfly"; May 20, 1959 (F) (P) (2)
-Season information; 1961 (B) (2)
-Civic Opera News; February 1961 (N) (3)
-"Tosca"; April 12, 1961 (P)-"Fedora"; April 19, 1961 (P)
-"Faust"; April 26, 1961 (P)
-"Il Trovatore"; May 3, 1961 (P)
 3/17  Civic Theatre of St. Louis (Sebago Club)
-"George Washington Slept Here" (P) (2)
 318  The Coliseum (Washington and Jefferson)
-St. Louis Music Festival; Spring 1909 (P)
-Grand Opera in St. Louis; April 1910 (P) (3)
-Nellie Melba and Jan Kubelik; November 18, 1913 (F) (P) (3)
-Ellis Opera Company; November 1916 (P) (2)
-Enrico Caruso Gala Concert; May 2, 1919 (P)
-The Vatican Choirs; October 30, 1919 (P)
-Maestro Arturo Toscanini and La Scala Orchestra American Tour; February 10, 1921 (P) (F) (PR) (3)-John McCormack Song Recital; January 17, 1922 (P)
-Saint Louis Massenchor Charity Concert; February 6, 1924 (P)
-John McCormack Song Recital; April 2, 1924 (P)
-"The Miracle"; December 1925-January 1926 (B) (P) (3)
-Prague Teachers’ Chorus; January 31, 1929 (P)
-John McCormack Benefit Concert; January 28, 1931 (P)
-Christmas Trade Carnival; November 1932 (F)
-French Army Band (P)
-Ernestine Schumann-Heink (P)
-Sousa and His Band (F)
-Ukrainian National Chorus (P) (2)
 4/1  Columbia Theatre (Southwest Ave.)
-Season Programs; 1899-1903 (P) (3)
 4/2  Community Concert Association
-Harpist Mildred Dilling; 1957-1958 season (P)
-Pianist Jorge Bolet; 1958-1959 season (P)
-Soprano Mary McMurray; 1959-1960 season (P)
-Tossy and Jascha Spivakovsky Duo; 1959-1960 season (P)
-Pierrette Alarie and Leopold Simoneau; 1960-1961 season (P)
-Fine Arts Quartet; 1960-1961 season (P)
-Arthur Gold and Robert Fizdale; 1960-1961 season (P)
-Robert de Cormier Folk Singers; 1962-1963 season (P)
-St. Louis Symphony Woodwind Quintet; 1962-1963 season (P)
-Membership campaign (B)
 4/3 Community Music Schools Foundation of St. Louis-Information (B) (N) (9)
-"Heralds of Spring"; April 1936 (I)
-"The Indian Princess"; Huntleigh, Missouri; May 15, 1937 (I)
-Annual Report; 1954-1963 (B) (8)
-Program of Indian Music (I) (2)
 4/4  Community School Association
-Folk Lore of France in Poetry and Music; May 12, 1919 (P) (2)
 4/5  The Concert Bulletin
-Program of Attractions; October 1920-October 1922 (N) (4)
 4/6  Concordia Seminary (801 Seminary Pl.)
-Concordia Seminary Orchestra Annual Concert; Zion School Auditorium; April 11, 1918 (P)
-Concordia Seminary Students Chorus Annual Concert; The Odeon; May 1918-April 1932 (P) (2)
-Concordia Seminary Students Chorus; November 15, 1918 (P)
-Organist Gunther Ramin; November 9, 1934 (P)
-"The Passion According to St. Matthew"; April 9, 1957 (P)
-Friend of the Lyceum letter; April 23, 1957 (L)
-Festival Week Schola Cantorum; July 1969 (P)
 4/7  Condon Concert Course
-Violinist Mischa Elman; April 26, 1934 (P)
-Soprano Rosa Ponselle; March 28, 1935 (P)
-Series information (F)
 4/8  Cosmopolitan Concert Choir
-Concert information; Beaumont High School Auditorium (F)
 4/9  The Crystal Palace (Gaslight Square)
-"The Nervous Set"; March 10, 1959 (P) (2)
-Coming Attraction notice (F) (2)
-"Clerambard" (F)
-Compass Players (F)
-"Friend of the Family" (F)
-"Waiting for Godot" (P)
 4/10  Elizabeth Cueny (Impressaria)
-Season information; 1917-1918 (B)
 4/11  Curtain Up Dinner Theatre
-“Come Blow Your Horn” (P)
-“Never Too Late” (P)
 4/12  Dance St. Louis
-Season information; 2000-2001 (B)
 4/13  DeBar Theater
-Engagement of Edwin Booth (F)
 4/14  Dead Timber Dramatic Society
-“Vendetta Travolta!” (F)
 4/15  Delmar Opera Company
-“The Wizard of the Nile” and “The Princess Bonnie” (F)
 4/16  Deutsche Damen Chor/Deutschen Damen und Manner-Chore
-Massen Conzert; The Odeon; January 27, 1915 (P) (2)
-A Musical Flower Garden; St. Louis House; October 11, 1952 (P)
 4/17  Deutsches Theater
-"Alt Heidelberg"; The Odeon; January 3, 1913; in English/German (P)
-"Kyritz Pyritz"; The Odeon; January 12, 1913; in English/German (P)
-"Mutter und Sohn"; The Odeon; January 19, 1913; in English/German (P)
-"Bruder Straubinger"; The Odeon; January 26, 1913; in English/German (P)
-"s’Lorle aus’m Schwarzwald"; The Odeon; February 2, 1913; in English/German (P)
-"Mutter Segen"; The Odeon; February 9, 1913; in English/German (P)
-"Die Memoiren des Teufels"; The Odeon; February 16, 1913; in English/German (P)
-"Das Musikantenmadel"; The Odeon; February 23, 1913; in English/German (P)
-"Sonnenscheinchen"; Victoria Theater; March 16, 1913; in English/German (P)
-"Der Salontyroler"; Victoria Theater; March 23, 1913; in English/German (P)
-"Fraeulein Feidwebel"; Victoria Theater; November 12, 1916; in English/German (P)
-"Das Glueck im Winkel"; Victoria Theater; November 19, 1916; in English/German (P)
-"Der Amerika Sepp’l"; Victoria Theater; November 26, 1916; in English/German (P)
-"Ponische Wirtschaft"; Victoria Theater; December 3, 1916; in English/German (P)
-"Wenn Frauen Lieben"; Victoria Theater; December 10, 1916; in English/German (P)
-"Der Menschenfresser"; Victoria Theater; December 17, 1916; in English/German (P)
-"Das Marchen vom Heiligenwald"; Victoria Theater; December 24, 1916; in English/German (P)
-"Robert und Bertram"; Victoria Theater; January 1, 1917; in English/German (P)
-"Rosenmontag"; Victoria Theater; January 14, 1917; in English/German (P)
-"20,000 Mark Belohnung!"; Victoria Theater; January 21, 1917; in English/German (P) (2)
-"In Behandlung"; Victoria Theater; January 28, 1917; in English/German (P)
-"Der Protzenbauer"; Victoria Theater; February 4, 1917; in English/German (P)
-"Die Dame von Maxim"; Victoria Theater; February 11, 1917; in English/German (P)
-"Hasemann’s Toechter"; Victoria Theater; February 18, 1917; in English/German (P)
-"Die Hochzeit des Referviften"; Victoria Theater; February 25, 1917; in English/German (P)
-"Ein Walzertraum"; Victoria Theater; March 4, 1917; in English/German (P)
-"Der Walzergraf"; Victoria Theater; March 18, 1917; in English/German (P)
-"Ein Teufelsjunge"; Victoria Theater; March 25, 1917; in English/German (P)
-"Koenig Krause"; Victoria Theater; April 1, 1917; in English/German (P)
-"Der Pfarrer von Kirchfeld"; Victoria Theater; April 8, 1917; in English/German (P)
-"Der Froschkoenig"; Victoria Theater; April 15, 1917; in English/German (P)
  4/18  Drama Association of St. Louis
-Season information; Shubert Theater; 1931-1932 (B)
4/19  Ellenwood Players
-The Ellenwood Players News; March 31, 1937 (N)
 4/20  Empress Playhouse (Olive and Grand)
-"Remains to Be Seen"; November 1952 (P)
-Season information; 1953-1954 season (B)
-Ordering envelope; 1953-1954 season (O)
-"Our Town"; March 1953 (P)
-"Detective Story"; October-November 1953 (P)
-"Affairs of State"; January-February 1954 (P)
-"The Philadelphia Story"; February 1954 (P)
-"Sabrina Fair"; September-October 1955 (P)
 4/21  Evangelical Guild of Organists
-Organist Corporal Mario Salvador; St. Paul’s Evangelical and Reformed Church; November 21, 1943 (P)
 4/22  Fellowship Society
-Piano recital; June 5, 1909 (P)
 4/23  Festival of Religion and the Arts-Festival programs; April 1955-February 1956 (P) (2)
 4/24  Fine Arts Theatre
-Recital program; March 12, 1913 (P)
 4/25  First Night in Grand Center
-2002/2003 (NP) (OBJ)
-2004/2005-2007/2008 (P) (2)
 4/26  Fox Theatre (527 N. Grand Blvd.)
-Arturo Toscanini and His NBC Symphony Orchestra; May 15, 1950 (P) (2)
-St. Louis Teamsters Annual Charity Show; October 31, 1968 (P) (T) (4)
-"The Eagle"; April 2, 1971 (P)
-"Hunchback of Notre Dame"; December 3, 1971 (P) (2)
-70th Anniversary Matinee; February 27, 2000 (I)
-Informational brochures (B) (2)-Bookmarks (OBJ) (2)
 4/27 Garden Theatre
-"Much Ado About Nothing"; July 5, 1927 (F)
-"Louie the 14th"; June 1929 (P)
-"An American in Paris" (F)
 4/28  Gateway Theatre
-"Red Peppers" and "Sweet Bird of Youth"; May-June 1963 (P)
-"The Enchanted" (P)
-Season information (B)
-"Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?" (P)
 4/29  Gay 90s Melody Museum
-Carousel Organ, Issue No. 4; July 2000 (N)
-Museum information (B) (F) (6)
-Tickets (T) (2)
 4/30  Gayety Theatre
-Union fliers (F) (2)
 4/31  George Williams Players
-"The Salem Witchcraft Trials"; Old Courthouse; April 1959 (F) (2)
-"A Sleep of Prisoners"; Trinity Episcopal Church; February 1960 (P)
-"All the Way Home"; Belasco Theatre; November 30, 1960 (F) (2)
-History information (B)
 4/32  Germania Theatre
-“Priscilla”; January 3, 1895 (P)
 4/33  Joseph Glushack
-Baritone concert and oratorio singer (B)
 4/34  Goldenrod Showboat
-Place setting card (OBJ)
-"The Streets of New York"; August-September 1975 (P)
-"The Royal Slave"; January-February 1976 (P)
-"Sweeney Todd the Barber"; June-August 1976 (P)
-"Under the Gaslight"; August-September 1976 (P)
-"From Rags to Riches"; September-November 1976 (I) (P) (3)
-"The Queen of the Highway"; April-June 1977 (P)
-"Davy Crockett"; September-November 1977 (P)
-"The Fatal Glass"; November 1977-January 1978 (I) (P) (2)
-"The Cricket on the Hearth"; November 1978-Janaury 1979 (P)
 4/35  Grand Opera House
-Program; 1878 (P)
-"Fritz in Ireland"; September 1881; photocopy (F)
-Wurster’s German Dramatic Company; February 19, 1882 (P)
-"Robin Hood"; January 13, 1891 (P)
-"Lohengrin"; October 1891 (P)
-Autumn season information; October 1934-October 1935 (F) (2)
-Dr. Cook book lecture (F)
 4/36  Grand Theatre (Hotel York)
-“Life with Father” (P)
 4/37  Grandel Theatre Cabaret
-Season information; September-December 2000 (B)
-Amanda McBroom ticket stub; September 13, 2000 (T)
 4/38  Greater St. Louis Folk and Square Dance Federation
-Officer candidate list (L)
- Member letters (L) (2)
-16th Annual Gateway of the West Square Dance Festival tickets (T) (4)
-20th Annual Square Dance Round; April 1968 (P)
 5/1  Hagan Opera House (400 N. 3rd St.)
-"Pair of Kids"; April 1895 (P)
-"Cleopatra"; April 1895 (P)
-"Gentleman Jack"; April 1895 (P)
-"In Old Tennessee"; May 1895 (P)
 5/2  Hatton Glee Club
-Concert program (P)
 5/3  Heink Conservatory of Music (Studio Building)
-Catalogue (B)
 5/4  Henneman Hall (3723 Olive)
-Lichtenstein Quartet; January 22, 1903 (P)
-Pianist Rudolph Gruen (P)
 5/5  Holy Roman Repertory Company
-"The War Within the State"; April 1992 (I) (3)
 5/6  Hope Congregational Church (Semple and Cote Brillante)
-CW Best Artists’ Series, The Russian Company; February 25, 1915 (B)
-CW Best Artists’ Series, Fenetta Sargent Haskell; March 25, 1915 (B)
 5/7  Hudson Theatre (11th and Park)
-"The Big Show Is Coming!" by the American Unemployment Benefit Association (AUBA); March 1, 1933 (P)
 5/8  Industrial Aid for the Blind
-Violinist John Halk; Hotel Statler (P)
 5/9  International Institute (4484 W. Pine)
-St. Louis Horizons; January 16, 1966 (I)
 5/10  Intimes Theater
-"Edles Blut"; November 1, 1911; in German (P)
-"Der Vielgeprufte"; December 13, 1911; in German (P)
-"Das Konzert"; November 2, 1916; in German (P)
-"Die grosse Pause"; December 7, 1916; in German (P)
 5/11  “The Irish Are Coming”
-3rd Concert Tour; Affton Senior High School; October 18, 1974 (P) (T) (3)
 5/12  Jefferson Hotel
-Robyn Reception and Testimonial; June 1, 1910 (P)
 5/13  Junior Players
-"Cinderella"; St. Louis Artists’ Guild; January 1920 (P) (2)
-Letter to Antoinette Douglas; September 11, 1921 (L)
-Balcony Scene from "Romeo and Juliet"; St. Louis Artists’ Guild (P)
-Pre-Organization Prospectus (B)
 5/14  Kiel/Municipal Auditorium
-"A Midsummer Night’s Dream"; December 1934 (P)
-Ted Shawn and His Men Dancers; February 18, 1935 (P)
-"The Ivory Door"; March 1, 1935 (P)
-San Carlo Opera Company; April 1935 (P)
-"Le Lac des Cygnes," "La Boutique Fantasque," "Le Spectre de la Rose," "Prince Igor"; December 28, 1935 (P)
-St. Louis on Parade; March 1936 (B)
-Lily Pons Operatic Concert; December 2, 1936 (P)
-Pianist Jose Echaniz; December 1937-January 1938 (F)
-Music of Josef Hofmann; November 1937 (F)
-Don Cossack Chorus and Dancers; October 20, 1943 (P)
-Pianist Vladimir Horowitz; March 23, 1944 (F)
-Pianist Vladimir Horowitz; March 13, 1945 (P)
-Paul Robeson; January 24, 1947 (F)
-Metropolitan Opera Company; May 1947-May 1948 (F) (2)
-Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo; November 3, 1948 (P)
-"South Pacific"; September-October 1950 (P) (2)
-Sadler’s Wells Ballet; December 1950 (P)
-"Dancers of Bali"; November 1952 (P)
-Ballet Theatre; March 1953 (P) (2)
-"The King and I"; September-October 1954 (F) (P)
-Vienna Choir Boys; March 8, 1955 (F)
-"My Fair Lady"; September 1957 (P) (3)
-The Dublin Players; February 10, 1958 (P)
-"My Fair Lady"; May 10, 1959 (P)
-Royal Danish Ballet; September 1960 (P)
-Royal Ballet; October 1960 (B) (P) (2)
-Montovani and His Orchestra; November 1, 1960 (P)
-Metropolitan Opera Company; May 1962 (P)
-San Francisco Ballet; January 23, 1964 (P)
-Metropolitan Opera National Company; October 1966 (P) (2)
-Vienna Johann Strauss Orchestra; November 17, 1966 (P)
-Royal Winnipeg Ballet; February 22, 1967 (P)
-Royal Winnipeg Ballet; January 28, 1969 (P)
-American Ballet Theatre; April 30, 1969 (P)
-American Ballet Theatre; February-March 1970 (P)
-Ballet Folklorico of Mexico; January 23, 1974 (P)
-"A Chorus Line"; April 1978 (P)
-Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo (P) (2)
-"Black Hills Passion Play" (B) (F) (2)
-Patron letter (L)
-The Black Watch Royal Highland Regiment (P) (PR) (2)
-Pianist Henri Deering (F)
-Baritone Nelson Eddy (F)
-Violinist Zino Francescatti (F)
-Pianist Rudolph Ganz (F)
-Benny Goodman and His Orchestra (B)
-Baritone Mack Harrell (F)
-Columbia Opera Company of New York (F)
-"D’Oyly Carte Opera Company" (P)
-Violinist Jascha Heifetz (F)
-Pianist Vladimir Horowitz (P)
-Mezzo-Soprano Gloria Lane (F)
-Lenin Memorial (T)
-Singer David Lloyd (F)
-Mantovani (F) (P)
-Soprano Helen Phillips (F)
-Cellist Gregor Piatigorsky (F)
-Serge Prokofieff (F)
-Paul Robeson (P)
-Royal Danish Ballet (B)
-Pianist Arthur Rubinstein (F)
-"Shakespeare’s Ages of Man" (P)
-Albert Stoessel (F)
-"Tristan and Isolde" (F)
 5/15  Kroeger School of Music (Musial Art Building)
-Annual Lenten Recitals; February-March 1917 (P)
-Commencement Exercises; Musical Art Hall; June 20, 1917 (P)
-Commencement Exercises; The Sheldon; June 1942-June 1952 (P) (4)
-Instructor Walter Gerak information (F)
-School information (B) (6)
-Class schedule (F)
-Instructor Donald D. Lowmiller information (B)
-Instructor Gari Shelton information (F)
 5/16  Legion of Honor
-Recital; Pickwick Hall; ca. 1880 (P)
 5/17  Lenox Hall (University City, MO)
-Aline van Barentzen piano recital; November 19, 1915 (P)
 5/18  Lichtenstein School of Music
-Studio recitals; Musical Art Building; October-December 1914 (P) (3)
-Folk Songs of Various Nations; United Hebrew Congregation; October 12, 1915 (P) (2)
-Second Season of Informal Talks; Chapel of Temple Israel; November 1915-January 1916 (B)
-Fourth Season of Informal Talks; 5088 Washington; October 1917-March 1918 (B)
 5/19  Little Playhouse Company
-Information; 1916-1917 (B) (4)
-Performances announcement; 1916 (B)
-"Don Pietro Caruso"; Artists Guild Theatre; February-March 1917 (P)
 5/20  Little Symphony (Washington University Quadrangle)
-Program insert; July 22, 1949 (A)
--"Music Under the Stars"; July 1967-July 1969 (P) (2)
 5/21  Loretto Academy (3423 Lafayette Ave.)
-Recital series information; 1942 (B)
 5/22  Loretto-Hilton Repertory Theatre (Webster Groves, MO)
-"Antigone"; March 1935 (P)
-"The Hostage"; 1967 (P)
-Season information; July 1967-April 1968 (B)
-"The Caucasian Chalk Circle," "The Time of Your Life," and "The Miser"; Winter 1967-1968 Season (P)
-"Will Rogers’ USA"; January 1970 (P)
-"Will Rogers’ USA"; September 1971 (P)
-"At the Turn of the Century" (P)
-"Cabaret" (P)
-"The Concept" (P)
-"Jacques Brel Is Alive and Well and Living in Paris" (P) (2)
-"The Mousetrap"; (P)
-"She Stoops to Conquer" and "The Time of Your Life" (P)
 5/23  Ludwig College of Music (709 Pine St.)
-Letter regarding lessons; October 14, 1947 (L)
 5/24  Marillac College
-Organist Mario Salvador; July 26, 1970 (P)
 5/25  Mary Blackwell Stevenson Piano School
-Two Concerts; Webster Groves High School Auditorium (P)
 5/26  Marymount School
-“The Trouble with Angels”; March 30, 1966 (P)
 5/27  Maryville College Little Theatre
-"The School for Wives"; November 14, 1951 (P)
-"Love’s Labour’s Lost" (P)
 5/28  Matinee Musicale
-String Quartette Concert; March 16, 1916 (P)
 5/29  McCarty, Madame Pernet
-Costume Recital; Studio Building; April 15, 1916 (P)
-Opera Lecture Recital; Studio Building; March 31, 1917 (P)
 5/30  Memorial Hall
-An Evening with H. Plunkett Greene; March 4, 1896 (P)
 5/31  Miller-Ferguson Institute of Music (Euclid Building)
-School information; 1921-1922 (B) (2)
 5/32  Mississippi River Festival
-Performance information (F)
 5/33  Missouri Theatre (Grand and Lucas)
-Weekly performance information (P)
 5/34  Municipal Theatre Association of St. Louis
-1979 Season (P)
 5/35  Music Educators National Conference
-Conference information (F)
-Conference program; March-April 1938 (P)
-National High School Orchestra and College Choir Festival; Municipal Auditorium; March 31, 1938 (P)
-National Junior Orchestra Concert; Municipal Auditorium; April 1, 1938 (P)
-National Choral and Instrumental Music Festival; Municipal Auditorium; April 1, 1938 (P)
 5/36  Music Teachers National Convention
-Souvenir program; photocopy; July 1895 (P)
 5/37  Musial Art Hall (Boyle and Olive)
-Three Song Recitals by Pupils of Ethan Allen Taussig; June 1913-June 1914 (P) (2)
-Vocal recital by pupils of John Towers; January 28, 1914 (P)
-Song Recital by pupils of John W. Bohn; June 4, 1914 (P)
-Addye Yeargain Stemmler studio information; 1914-1915 season (B) (2)
-First Sonata Evening; January 21, 1915 (P) (2)
-Second Sonata Evening; February 18, 1915 (P)
-Third Sonata Evening; March 17, 1915 (P)
-Studio Recital by pupils of Hunter Jones; December 30, 1916 (P)
-Instruction John Towers information (F)
-Pianoforte Recital by pupils of L. Ernest Walker (P)
 5/38  Musical Union
-Season information; 1885-1886 (B)
-Fourth Concert; March 18, 1890 (P)
 5/39  Musicians’ Guild of St. Louis
-Concert program; Gatesworth Hotel; April 24, 1927 (P)
-Grand Concert; Scottish Rite Temple; May 7, 1927 (P)
-Ernest R. Kroeger composition recital; Coronado Hotel Crystal Ballroom; October 9, 1932 (P)
-Franz Schubert lecture information; Congress Hotel Tower Room (F)
 5/40  National Association of Organists, St. Louis Chapter
-Organist Louis Vierne; St. Francis Xavier Church; April 3, 1927 (P)
 5/41  National Conference of Music Supervisors
-Member list; March-April 1919 (B)
-Music Supervisors’ National Conference Chorus concert; The Odeon; April 3, 1919 (P)
 5/42  Nelson Presbyterian Church (6500 Natural Bridge)
-"The Color Organ" (A)
 5/43  Estella Neuhaus and J. Howe Clifford
-Piano and literature recital (P)
 5/44  New Music Circle
-Season information; 1960-1971 (B) (O) (14)
-"L’Histoire du Soldat 1918"; Brown Hall Auditorium; January 8, [1961] (P)
-Concert; Three Fountains Restaurant; April 30, 1961 (P)
-"The Turn of the Screw"; February 18, 1963 (P)
-Free River Festival; August 3, [1963] (F)-"Curlew River"; Loretto Hilton Center; November 13, 1967 (F)
-Concert; Pet, Inc.; January 10, 1972 (P)
 6/1  The Odeon
-James Whitcomb Riley; December 19, 1900 (P)
-"The Puritans"; June 12, 1902 (P)
-"Kiralfy’s Louisiana Purchase Spectacle"; [1904] (P)
-Lambardi Grand Opera Company; March-April 1909 (P)
-Conrath’s Conservatory of Music Graduating Exercises; June 20, 1911 (P) (T) (2)
-Danseuse Adeline Genee; January 20, 1913 (P)
-"La Danse"; April 3, 1913 (P)
-Pianist Rudolph Ganz; April 5, 1913 (P)
-Pianist Ignace Jan Paderewski; December 3, 1913 (P) (3)
-Pavlowa and the Imperial Russian Ballet; January [1914] (B)
-Soprano Maggie Teyte and Violinist Mischa Elman; February 10, 1914 (P)
-Boston Grand Opera Company and the Pavlowa Ballet Russe; October 1914 (P)
-Violinist Kritz Kreisler; February 9, 1915 (B) (P) (3)
-"The College Hero"; March 1915 (P)
-Vocalist Louise Homer; January 6, 1916 (P) (2)
-Pianist IJ Paderewski; January 26, 1916 (P) (2)
-San Carlo Grand Opera Co.; February 17, 1916 (P)
-New York Symphony Orchestra with pianist Josef Hofmann; May 11, 1916 (P) (2)
-Grand Opera to Open in St. Louis November 3; September 17, 1916 (NP)
-Serge de Diaghileff’s Ballet Russe; January 30, 1917 (P)
-Violinist Fritz Kreiser; November 30, 1916 (P)
-Soprano Alma Gluck; January 14, 1918 (P)
-Violinist Michel Gusikoff, cellist H. Max Steindel, and pianist Rudolph Gruen; April 6, 1919 (P)
-Baritone Antonio Scotti; May 11-12, [1919] (P)
-Peoples Concert Course seating prices; 1920-1921 season (O)
-Pianist Sergei Rachmaninoff; January 13, 1920 (P)
-"Ensemble Unique"; January 22, 1920 (P)
-Violinist Michel Gusikoff, cellist H. Max Steindel, and pianist Mrs. David Kriegshaber; March 24, 1920(P)
-Adolph Bolm Ballet Intime; May 5, 1920 (P)
-Pianist Sergei Rachmaninoff; January 31, 1921 (B)
-Cadman-Tsianina; March 28, 1921 (P)
-Pianist Sergei Rachmaninoff; January 27, 1922 (B)
-Ignaz Friedman and Maurice Dambois recital; March 6, 1922 (P)
-Violinist Erna Rubinstein; November 6, 1922 (B) (P) (2)
-Vocalist Geraldine Farrar; November 13, 1922 (P)
-Violinist Jacques Thibaud; December 29-30, [1922] (B)
-Subscription concert series information; 1923-1924 (F)
-"The Book of Job"; January 26-27, 1923 (P)
-Contralto Margaret Matzenauer; January [1924] (B)
-Pianist Sergei Rachmaninoff; February 6, 1924 (B) (P) (2)
-"Secret of Suzanne"; February 9, 1924 (P)
-San Carlo Grand Opera Co. schedule; March 1924 (F) (3)
-"La Tosca"; March 25, 1924 (P)
-"Il Trovatore"; March 29, 1924 (P) (2)
-Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra; October 18, [1924] (B)
-Contralto Madame Schumann-Heink; October 31, [1924] (B)
-Bass Feodor Chaliapin; December 2, 1924 (P)
-Anna Pavlowa and Her Ballet Russe; January 1925 (P)
-Pianist Sergei Rachmaninoff; January 27, 1925 (B)
-Violinist Fritz Kreisler; February 5, 1925 (P)
-San Carlo Grand Opera "Il Trovatore"; March 28, 1925 (P)
-"The Barber of Seville"; February 2, 1926 (P)
-Roland Hayes; February 24, 1927 (F)
-"The King’s Henchman"; January 1928 (B)
-German Grand Opera Company; 1929-1930 season (B)
-Count Michael Karolyi; February 16, 1930 (F) (PR) (2)
-Violinist Fritz Kreisler; October 30, 1931 (A)
-Tenor Roland Hayes; December 2, 1931 (P) (3)
-Artist series information; 1932-1933 (B)
-Mary Wigman; January 21, 1932 (P)
-"Lucia di Lammermoor"; April 10, 1932 (B)
-Wiener Saenger Knaben; January 3, 1934 (P)
 6/2  The Odeon, Undated
-Dr. Anne Besant (B)
-Col. WA Bishop (B)
-Boston Symphony Orchestra (P)
-Feodor Chaliapin (P)
-Gilbert K. Chesterton lecture (B)
-Detroit Symphony Orchestra (B)
-Soprano Claire Dux (B)
-Violinist Mischa Elman (B) (P) (3)
-"Lucia di Lammermoor" (O)
-Violinist Carl Flesch (B)
-Violinist Rose Ford (B)
-Pianist Rudolph Ganz (B)
-Soprano Alma Gluck (B)
-Soprano Alma Gluck and Violinist Efrem Zimbalist (B) (P)
-Pianist Leopold Godowsky (P)
-Grand Opera (B)
-Violinist Michel Gusikoff (P)
-Dr. Bengamin Gayelord Hauser (B)
-Tenor Roland Hayes (B) (P)
-Vocalist Frieda Hempel (B) (P) (3)
-"In Abraham’s Bosom" (P)
-Soprano Maria Ivogun (F)
-Pianist Tina Lerner and violinist Marie Caslova (P)
-"Louis XIV" (F)
-Violinist Francis MacMillen (B)
-Pianists Guy Maier and Lee Pattison (B)
-Anna Pavlowa and Her Ballet Russe (B) (P) (3)
-Tenor Josef Rosenblatt (P)
-Rosenthal piano recital (A)
-San Carlo Grand Opera Co. (B) (P) (3)
-Scotti Grand Opera Company (B)
-Soprano Maggie Teyte (B)
-John Charles Thomas (B)
-Theodore Thomas Orchestra and Jan Kubelik (P)
-Thorwald Olsen Voice Studio (B)
-Ukrainian National Chorus (B) (F) (P) (3)
 6/3  Olympic Theatre
-Season program; 1890 (P)
-Boston Opera Company and Orchestra; January 1910 (P)
-"Sweethearts" (P)
 6/4  Opera Theatre of St. Louis
-Season information; 1976-2001 (B) (8)
-Annual Reports; 1990-1997 (B) (4)
-Press Coverage; 1995-1997 (B) (2)
 6/5  Orpheum Theatre
-“The Play’s the Thing”; March 1930 (P)
-“Let Us Be Gay”; April 1930 (P)
-“Your Uncle Dudley”; May 1930 (P)
-“June Moon” (P)
-“The Ladies of the Jury” (P)
 6/6  Oratorio Society
-“The Messiah” libretto; January 3, 1878 (B)
 6/7  Ottmar Moll Piano School (Studio Building)
-School information (B)
 6/8  Our Lady of Good Counsel Convent (1849 Cass Ave.)
-Pianist Marie Stanton; May 10, 1916 (P)
 6/9  Peoples Concert Course
-Season information; 1919-1921 (F) (P) (4)
-Mischa Levitzki; November 6, 1920 (P)
-Raoul Vidas and Merle Alcock; December 17, 1920 (P)
-Julia Claussen; February 26, 1921 (P)
-Adolph Bolm Ballet Intime; March 11, 1921 (P)
 6/10  The People’s Forum
-Musical and Dramatic Recital; Memorial Hall; February 8, 1911 (F)
 6/11  Pershing Theatre
-“Robin Hood” film screening (P)
 6/12  Pettingill Tuesday Musicale
-Seventh Season, Fourth Meeting recital; Delmar Loop Building; February 11, 1936 (P)
 6/13  Philharmonic Society of St. Louis
-Bel Canto Choral Club and Wood Wind Choir spring concert; Bishop Tuttle Memorial; May 5, 1932 (P)
-Audition information; September 1948 (F)
-Stefan Bauer-Mengelberg press release; May 12, 1960 (PR)
-2002-2003 Concert Series; Webster University (P) (6)
-Intermezzo; April 2003 (N)
-Benefit Pops Concert; Queeny Park; August 2003-August 2006 (P) (3)
-Season information; 2003-2010 (B) (5)
-2004-2005 Concert Series; Webster University (P) (4)
-2005-2006 Concert Series; Webster University (P) (2)
-2006-2007 Concert Series; Washington University (P) (6)
-Benefit Pops Concert; Blanche M. Touhill Center; August 2007-August 2008 (P) (2)
-2007-2008 Concert Series; Washington University/560 Music Center (P) (6)
-2008-2009 Concert Series; 560 Music Center/Purser Center Logan College of Chiropractic (P) (5)-2009-2010 Concert Series; 560 Music Center/Purser Center Logan College of Chiropractic (P) (4)
-2010-2011 Concert Series, Second Concert; Purser Center Logan College of Chiropractic; November
19, 2010 (P)
 6/14 Plantation Dinner Theatre
-"Fiddler on the Roof"; June 25, 1974 (I) (P) (T) (5)
-"The Mind with the Dirty Man"; August-September 1976 (P)
-"The Baggy Pants Revue" (P)
-Directions to theater (B)
-"Don’t Drink the Water (P) 
 6/15  The Players
-"The Magical City"; St. Louis Artists’ Guild; December 1916 (I) (P) (2)
-"Dark," "Light," and "Shadow"; St. Louis Artists’ Guild; November 19, 1918 (F) (P) (2)
-"The Harlequinade"; February 25, 1919 (P)
-"Moonshine," "The Grandmother," and "The Point of View"; St. Louis Artists’ Guild; February 2, 1920 (P)
-"Where the Cross is Made" and "O’Flaherty, VC"; St. Louis Artists’ Guild; March 22, 1921 (P)
-Members information; November 1921-August 1927 (B) (L) (5)
-"Brand" and "The Boy Comes Home"; St. Louis Artists’ Guild; December 19, 1921 (P) (3)
-"The Green Cockatoo"; St. Louis Artists’ Guild; February 7, 1923 (P)
-"In a Garden"; St. Louis Artists’ Guild; November 1926 (P) (3)
-"How He Lied to Her Husband" and "Bedroom Suite"; St. Louis Artists’ Guild; January 20, 1927 (P) (2)
-"The Legend of Leonora"; Wednesday Club Auditorium; February 28, 1927 (P) (2)
-"The Leghorn Hat"; St. Louis Artists’ Guild; May 1932 (P) (2)
 7/1  Players’ Guild
-The St. Louisan, Vol. 2, No. 47; [November 1927] (N)
-"The Detour"; April 1928 (P)
-"Ariadne"; St. Louis Artists’ Guild; November 1928 (P)
-Season information; 1927-1929 (B) (F) (2)
-"The Twelfth Disciple"; Little Theatre; November 1929 (I) (P)
 7/2  Play-Goer’s Guild of St. Louis
-Constitution and By-laws; 1925 (B) (2)
-Annual dues form; 1925-1926 season (O)
 7/3  Playgoers of St. Louis, Inc.
-Season information; 1939-1961 (B) (4)-Member letters; 1941-1960 (L) (2)
-Membership applications; 1940-1942 (O) (2)
 7/4  The Principia
-Violinist Jacques Thibaud; January 19, [1923] (B)
-Cellist Pablo Casals; January 20, [1923] (B)
-Thomas Wilfred; April 13, 1923 (B) (P) (2)
-"The Chinese Lantern" (P)
-Soprano Florence Easton (B)
-Pianist Ossip Gabrilowitsch (B)
-Baritone Arthur Middleton (B)
 7/5  Repertory Theatre, 1968-1976 (Loretto-Hilton Repertory Theatre)
-"Ring ‘Round the Moon"; September 1968 (I) (P) (3)
-"The Ides of March"; October 1969 (P)
-"You Can’t Take It With You"; November 1969 (P)
-"Once Upon a Mattress"; December 1969 (P)
-"Othello"; January 1970 (P)
-"Arms and the Man"; February 1970 (P)
-"The Hot L Baltimore"; December 1973-January 1974 (P)
-"Indians"; October-November 1974 (P)
-"Once in a Lifetime"; March 1976 (P)
 7/6  Repertory Theatre, 1983-2012 and Undated
-"The Glass Menagerie"; September-October 1983 (P)
-"Sleuth"; January-February 1984 (P)
-"Twelfth Night"; September-October 1985 (P)
-Season information; 1995-1996 (B)
-"Sunday in the Park with George"; January 2012 (P)
-"Horatio" (P)
-"Irma" (P)
-"Marat/Sade" (P)
-The Repertory Theatre 25th (B)
-"Witness for the Prosecution" (P)
 7/7  Roof Top Theatre (Union and Enright)
-Season information; 1944-1949 (B) (2)
-"Beauty" (F)
-"A Midsummer Night’s Dream" (P)
 7/8  Rotary Club of St. Louis
-Rotary Revue; 1928 (P)
 7/9  St. Cecilia and George Herbert Societies
-“The Play of Daniel” (P)
 7/10  St. George Church (Gravois and Gardenville)
-Dedicatory Concert of the New Wicks Liturgical Pipe Organ; February 13, 1966 (P) (2)
 7/11  St. Joseph Croatian Hall (12th and Russell)
-The Croatian Junior Tamburitzans; March 4, 1973 (P)
 7/12  St. Louis A Capella Choir
-An Evening of Enchantment; Municipal Auditorium; February 21, 1942 (P)
-"Songs of Triumph Moving Hearts to Hope"; Kiel Auditorium; January 17, 1945 (P)
-Concert; Scottish Rite Auditorium; March 18, 1950 (P)
-Fifth Season Annual Concert; The Sheldon (F)
 7/13  St. Louis Art Fair (Clayton, MO)
-Program Guide; September 2008 (P)
 7/14  St. Louis Artists’ Guild Theatre
-"The Bridal," "The Ferry," and "The Proposal of Marriage"; January 20, 1917 (P)
-"Bushido" and "The Lost Silk Hat"; May 1, 1917 (P)-Season information; 1917-1918 (B) (2)
-"The Seventh Princess," "To Kill a Man," and "Saltimbank"; March 1920 (P)
-"Pygmalion"; November 1921 (P)
-"Great Catherine"; March 1924 (P)
-"Right You Are! (If You Think So)"; December 1930 (P)
-Artists’ Guild Follies; May 7, 1932 (P)
-"Gas"; December 1932 (P)
-"A Twelfth Night" Party; January 5, 1935 (I)
-Reedy’s Mirror article (NP)
-"A Bunch of Bolsheviki," "The Wagon Tramp," and "The Tents of the Arabs" (P)
-"Hynd Horn" (P) (2)
-Subscribers notice (A) (2)
-Third production notice (A) (3)
-A Play by Strindberg notice (A)
-Three One Act Plays (P) (3)
-"Trifles," "Abraham and Isaac," and "The Little Man" (P) (3)
-"When Greek Meets Greek" (P) (2)
 7/15  St. Louis Black Repertory Company
-"Timbuktu!"; 23rd Street Theatre; December 1985-January 1986 (P) (2)
-Season information; 1992-1993 (B)
 7/16  St. Louis Choral-Symphony Society
-Fourth Concert; October 31, [1885] (P)
-Sixteenth Season; 1895-1896 (P)
-Twentieth Season; The Odeon; 1899-1900 (P) (2)
-Programme Five; The Odeon; April 3, 1905 (P)
 7/17  St. Louis Cinema Guild (455 N. Boyle)
-Performance schedule; October-December 1955 (A)
 7/18  St. Louis Classical Guitar Society
-Benefit Concert; Webster College; September 19, 1982 (F)
-Guest Artist Concert Series; 1983-1987 (B) (5)
-Pepe Romero; May 1985 (F)
 7/19  St. Louis College of Music (5223 Cabanne Ave.)
-School information (B) (2)
 7/20  St. Louis College of Pharmacy Players
-The "St. Louis" One Acts of Tennessee Williams; March 1986 (P)
 8/1  St. Louis Community Playhouse (812 Union Blvd.)
-"Susan and God"; October-November 1945 (P)
-"Spring Again"; January-February 1946 (P)
-Season information; 1947-1948 (B)
 8/2  St. Louis Conservatory and School for the Arts (CASA) (Trinity at Delmar)
-CASA in Concert; 1980-1986 (B) (4)
-Course Offerings; 1980-1984 (B) (3)
-Violinist Elmar Oliveira; January 25, 1983 (F)
-Guitarist Julian Bream; November 4, 1984 (F)
-Great Artist Series; 1985-1986 (B)
-The Romeros; November 15, 1986 (F)
-Baritone Hakan Hagegard; February 2, 1987 (P)
-Percussion Ensemble Spring Concert; April 13, 1987 (F)
-Guitarist Eliot Fisk and Flautist Marya Martin (F)
-"Guys and Dolls" (F)
 8/3  St. Louis Exposition and Music Hall
-Vocalist Adelina Patti; March 15, 1887 (P)
-Festival of the North American Saengerbund; June 16, 1888 (P)
-Dr. Hans von Bulow’s Grand Farewell Concert; April 23, 1890 (P)
-Grand Testimonial Concert; October 18, 1891 (P)
-"Melba"; November 21, 1895 (P)
-"Les Huguenots"; March 11, 1899 (P)
-"The Prophet"; November 19, 1900 (F) (P) (2)
-"El Capitan"; December 3, 1900 (F)
-"Lohengrin"; December 31, 1901 (F)
-"Der Freischutz"; January 7, 1901 (F)
-"Rob Roy"; January 14, 1901 (F)
-"Lucia di Lammermoor"; January 21, 1901 (F)
-"Romeo and Juliet"; January 28, 1901 (F)
-"HMS Pinafore" and "Cavalleria Rusticana"; February 18, 1901 (F)
-"Faust"; February 25, 1901 (F)
-"The Isle of Champagne"; March 25, 1901 (F)
-"Aida"; April 1, 1901 (F)
-"Il Trovatore"; April 13, 1901 (F)
-"La Boheme" (F)
-"Erminie" (F)
-"Fra Diavolo" (F)
-"Martha" (F)
-"Patience" (F)
-"Il Trovatore" (F) (2)
-Wagner Operatic Festival (B) (2)
 8/4  St. Louis Festival Society
-"Lost in the Stars"; University City High School Auditorium; June 1960 (F) (P) (3)
 8/5  St. Louis Grand Opera, 1910-1915 (The Odeon)
-"La Boheme," "Il Trovatore," and "Faust"; April 1910 (P)
-"Thais," "The Secret of Suzanne," "Hansel and Gretel," "Tristan und Isolde," and Carmen"; February 1912 (F) (P) (4)
-"The Jewels of the Madonna," "Le Jongleur de Notre Dame," "Lucia di Lammermoor," and "Die Walkuere"; April 1913 (P) (4)
-"Parsifal," "Rigoletto," "Tosca," and "Aida"; April 1914 (P) (B) (3)
-"Rigoletto," "Cavalleria Rusticana," "I Pagliacci," "Barber of Seville," "La Traviata," "Aida," and "Tales
of Hoffman"; November 1914 (F)
-"Cavalleria Rusticana" and "I Pagliacci"; November 11, 1914 (P) (2)
-"Barber of Seville"; November 12, 1914 (P)
-"Aida"; November 13, 1914 (P)
-"Carmen"; November 16, 1914 (P)
-"Masked Ball"; November 17, 1914 (P)
-"Rigoletto"; November 21, 1914 (P)
 8/6  St. Louis Grand Opera, 1916-1939
-"The Magic of the Dance" lecture; Stix, Baer & Fuller Restaurant; February 29, 1916 (P)
-"Siegfried"; Robison Field; June 1916 (P) (5)
-Puccini Festival; Boston-National Grand Opera Company; The Odeon; April 1917 (P)
-Prospectus of Grand Opera Season; 1922-1923 (B) (2)
-"Barbiere di Siviglia," "La Traviata," and "Lucia di Lammermoor"; The Odeon; March 1924 (B) (P) (2)
-"La Traviata," "La Gioconda," "Lohengrin," "Carmen," "Martha," "La Forza del Destino," "Tosca," "Rigoletto," and "Il Trovatore"; The Odeon; April 1926 (P)
-"La Rondine," "Carmen," "Madame Butterfly," "La Boheme," "La Forza del Destino," "Lohengrin," and "Tosca"; Municipal Auditorium; October 1934 (F) (P) (3)
-Duotone print order form; October-November 1935 (O)
-"Die Walkure," "Otello," and "Faust"; Municipal Auditorium; April 1939 (B) (P) (3)
-"Aida," "La Boheme," "Amelia Goes to the Ball," "Pagliacci," and "Siegfried"; Municipal Auditorium; October-November 1939 (B) (P) (2)
-Soprano Marjorie Lawrence; Municipal Auditorium; November 20, 1939 (B)
 8/7  St. Louis Grand Opera, 1940-1964 and Undated
-"Rigoletto," "Carmen," and "Manon"; April 19-29, 1940 (B) (P) (2)
-"Don Giovanni," "Mignon," "La Traviata," "Cavalleria Rusticana," and "Pagliacci"; April 16-26, 1941 (B) (P) (2)
-"Martha," "Tosca," and "Falstaff"; Municipal Auditorium; October 18-November 10, 1941 (B) (P) (2)
-Season information; 1946-1947 (B) (3)
-Opera workshop letter; November 12, 1946 (L) (2)
-Season information; 1947-1948 (B)
-New York City Opera Company; Kiel Auditorium; December 16-17, 1949
-Concert program; St. Louis Art Museum; June 7, 1960 (P)
-Concert program; St. Louis Art Museum; February 5, 1963 (P)
-"The Marriage of Figaro," "Hansel and Gretel," and "The Crucible"; October 24 1963-January 17, 1964 (B)
-"The Marriage of Figaro"; Fontbonne College Auditorium; October 24-November 14, 1963 (P) (2)
-"The Crucible"; St. Louis Art Museum; January 14, 1964 (A)
-French Opera Arias and Folk Songs; St. Louis Art Museum (A)
-"If You Love Truly Great Music" brochure (B)
-Opera illustrations (PIC)
 8/8  St. Louis House (2345 Lafayette)
-Buchmann School of Dancing Annual Recital; June 1952 (P)
 8/9  St. Louis Institute of Music (Clayton, MO)
-Organist Charles Pabor; Christ Church Cathedral; May 23, 1939 (P)
-"Masterpieces of Music Literature" lecture; Brown Hall, Washington University; June-July 1944 (B)
-Soprano Ilona Kelmay-Vaida; St. Michael and St. George Auditorium; December 1, 1947 (P)
-Five Young Artists of Leo Sirota; St. Michael and St. George Auditorium; June 4, 1948 (P)
-All Mozart Program; Hanley Junior High School Auditorium; November 30, 1948 (P)
-Pianist Lyndon Croxford and violinist Jerome Rosen; St. Michael and St. George Auditorium; December 6, 1948 (P)
-Pianist Leo Sirota; Wednesday Club Auditorium; February 14, 1949 (P)
-"Elijah"; Ward Junior High School Auditorium; May 26, 1949 (P)
-"The Magic Flute"; Hanley Junior High School Auditorium; May 31, 1949 (P)
-Chamber Music program; First Congressional Church of St. Louis; January 11, 1949 (P)
-Six Young Artist Students of Leo Sirota; Ward Junior High School Auditorium; June 3, 1949 (P)
-Cellist Gabriel Magyar; Wednesday Club Auditorium; December 2, 1949 (P)
-Opera Department performance; Wednesday Club Auditorium; February 7, 1950 (P)
-Opera Department; Wednesday Club Auditorium; March 4, 1950 (P)
-Pianist Beverly Quekemeyer; St. Michael and St. George Auditorium; March 19, 1950 (P)
-Pianist Clayton Williams; St. Michael and St. George Auditorium; March 31, 1950 (P)
-Faculty Chamber Music Recital; Wednesday Club Auditorium; April 14, 1950 (P)
-The Institute Orchestra; Hanley Junior High School Auditorium; April 24, 1950 (P)
-Special All Bach Program; Wednesday Club Auditorium; May 5, 1950 (P) (2)
-"Tiefland"; Hanley Junior High School Auditorium; May 16, 1950 (P)
-The Institute Chorus; Ward Junior High School Auditorium; May 22, 1950 (P)
-Pianists Patti Hightower Blake and Leo M. Sirota; Wednesday Club Auditorium; May 24, 1950 (P) (2)
-Conducting Class Orchestral Program; Ward Junior High School Auditorium; May 29, 1950 (P)
-Four Young Artist Students of Leo Sirota; Ward Junior High School Auditorium; June 2, 1950 (P)
-Violinist Eugene Stoia; St. Michael and St. George Auditorium; November 28, 1950 (P)
-"Don Giovanni"; Hanley Junior High School Auditorium; March 20, 1951 (P)
-Excerpts of Opera and Operettas; Wednesday Club Auditorium; May 31, 1951 (P)
-Five Young Artist Students of Leo Sirota; The Sheldon; June 1, 1951 (P)
-Cellist Avram Lavin; St. Michael and St. George Auditorium; March 17, 1952 (P)
-Institute Chorus and Orchestra; Artists’ Guild; May 25, 1952 (P)
-Violinist Jerome D. Rosen and pianist Lyndon Croxford; St. Michael and St. George Auditorium; May 4, 1952 (P)
-Excerpts of Opera and Operettas; Wednesday Club Auditorium; June 4, 1952 (P)
-Young Artist Students of Leo Sirota; St. Michael and St. George Auditorium; June 6, 1952 (P)
-Annual Student-Parent Program; St. Michael and St. George Auditorium; April 24, 1953 (P)
-Five Young Artists of Leo Sirota; Wednesday Club Auditorium; June 4, 1953 (P)
-"The Magic Flute" and "The Marriage of Figaro"; Wednesday Club Auditorium; June 5, 1953 (P)
-Bach Piano Concerto Program; Wednesday Club Auditorium; April 27, 1955 (P)
-Opera and Operetta Excerpts; Wednesday Club Auditorium; May 28, 1955 (P)
-Student and course handbook; 1956-1957 (B)
-Piano Recital; St. Michael and St. George Auditorium; May 11, 1956 (P)
-Opera and Operetta Excerpts; Wednesday Club Auditorium; May 19, 1956 (P)
-Five Young Artist Students of Leo Sirota; St. Michael and St. George Auditorium; June 1, 1956 (P)
-"Kismet"; Kiel Auditorium; March 24, 1957 (P)
-Bach Piano Concerto Program; Clayton High School Auditorium; April 6, 1957 (P)
-Violinist Raymond Samuel Jones; Institute Auditorium; April 18, 1959 (P)
-Five Young Artist Students of Leo Sirota; St. Michael and St. George Auditorium; May 29, 1959 (P)
-Pianist Edward Petsch; St. Michael and St. George Auditorium; March 25, 1962 (P)
-Pianist Wallace Kleucker; Institute Auditorium; March 18, 1967 (P)
-Cellist Gabriel Magyar (F)
-"Music Explorations" brochure (B)
-Opera Department information (B) (2)
-Pre-Commencement Programs (P)
 9/1  St. Louis Jazz Club
-Newsletters; August 1974-February 1977 (N) (25)
 9/2  St. Louis Music University (Grand and Shenandoah)
-Fall semester enrollment (F)
 9/3  St. Louis Opera Company
-"Lucia di Lammermoor," "La Traviata," and "La Gioconda"; Spring 1936 (P)
 9/4  St. Louis Orchestra Club (Central High School Auditorium)
-Concert programs; May 1913-May 1918 (P) (8)
-Musician invitation; 1917 (A)
 9/5  St. Louis Resident Theatre
-Formation announcement (A) (2)
 9/6  St. Louis School of Musical Art
-Instructor information; September 1921 (B)
 9/7  St. Louis School of Theatre
-School information; 1940-1941 (B)
 9/8  St. Louis Sinfonietta
-Concert program; University of South Carolina (P)
 9/9  St. Louis Symphony, 1910-1946
-Symphony Society postcards; 1910-1914 (O) (4)
-Tour season postcards; 1913-1914 (A) (3)
-Lecture Concert series; Soldan High School Auditorium; January-March 1914 (P) (3)
-Lecture Concert; The Odeon; January 29, 1915 (P)
-"Land of Hope and Glory" lyrics; The Odeon; November 20, 1924 (B)
-Young People’s Concert series; November 1926-Decmeber 1938 (L) (P) (20)
-Project contest rules; October 1934 (L)
-Guest conductor and pianist Igor Stravinsky; Municipal Auditorium; February 10, 1935 (B) (P) (4)
-Symphony Society Articles of Association and Bylaws; 1938 (B)
-Great Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo; Municipal Auditorium; January 1939 (P)
-Concert schedule; 1941-1942 season (B)
-Guest conductor Andre Kostelanetz; January 28, 1943 (F) (2)
-Russian Ballet; Kiel Auditorium; January 1945 (P)
-Ballet Russe; Kiel Auditorium; December 1946 (P)
 9/10  St. Louis Symphony, 1952-1969
-Concert schedule and information; Kiel Auditorium; 1952-1966 seasons (B) (F) (4)
-Concert programs; Kiel Auditorium; November 1953-February 1969 (P) (4)
-Pops Concert programs; Kiel Auditorium; January 1956-January 1958 (P) (3)
-St. Louis Pops; Chase Hotel; February 1958 (P)
-"Music in Our Time" benefit concert; American Theatre; April 17, 1959 (B) (P) (3)
-An Evening of Gaiety and Music with Jack Benny; Kiel Auditorium; November 10, 1959 (B)
-Gala Symphonique invitation; Chase Hotel; September 16, 1960 (I)
-Young Artists’ Music Week; 1961 (P)
-Yearbooks; 1962-1967 (B) (3)
-The River Queen concert; May 25, 1963 (B)
-Boston Symphony Orchestra; Powell Hall; March 27, 1968 (F)
-Pianist Rudolf Firkusny; Powell Hall; April 1969 (F)
-Vocalist John Gary; Powell Hall; April 20, 1969
-Philadelphia Orchestra; April 29, 1969 (P) (2)
 10/1  St. Louis Symphony, 1970-1988 (Powell Hall)
-Season information; 1970-1988 seasons (F) (B) (25)
-Prague Symphony Orchestra; March 6, 1972 (P)
-Osipov Balalaika Orchestra of Moscow; March 17, 1972 (P) (2)
-Summer concerts information; 1974-1986 (F) (B) (3)
-Concert programs; February 1972-November 1979 (P) (10)
-Annual Report; 1977-1978 season (B)
-St. Louis Symphony Youth Orchestra; November 23, 1979 (P)
-Holiday Concerts; 1979-1986 (B) (P) (2)
-The Symphony Sound; Winter 1982-Fall 1986 (N) (3)
-Chamber Music information; 1983-1985 seasons (B) (2)
-Pops Concert information; 1983-1985 seasons (B) (3)
-Contributors’ Concert; September 16, 1984 (P)
-Open rehearsal; May 18, 1985 (P)
 10/2  St. Louis Symphony, 1995-2002 and Undated
-Season information; 1995-2002 seasons (B) (4)
-Pianist Robert Casadesus (F) (2)
-Cellist Gaspar Cassado (B)
-Concert program (P)
-Free concerts schedule (F)
-Gala Opera Concert (P)
-New Year’s Night concert (F)
-Open rehearsal program (P)
-Philadelphia Orchestra (F)
-Guest conductor Richard Rodgers (B)
-Cellist Mstislav Rostropovich (F)
-"Six St. Louisans Tell Why You Should Support the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra" (B)
-"The Sphinx, Fantasy-Suite" (B)
-"Why Business and Industry Should Support the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra" (B)
-Soprano Frances Yeand (F)
 10/3  St. Louis University Theatre
-Season information; 1952-1953 season (B)
-"The Skin of Our Teeth"; May 1962 (P)
 10/4  Scruggs-Vandervoort-Barney Piano Salon and Auditorium
-Welte Philharmonic Organ and Victrola recitals; November-March 1916 (P) (23)
-Recital by pupils of Mildred D. Runyan Kellogg; June 12, 1918 (P)
-"The Crucifixion"; April 11, 1922 (P)
-Mezzo-Soprano Princess Watahwaso (P)
 10/5  The Sheldon (3648 Washington Ave.)
-Public Recital; February 22, 1914 (P)-Scenes from "The Song of Hiawatha"; March 2, 1916 (P)
-Pianist Leo Ornstein; October 21, 1916 (F) (P) (2)
-Violinist Michel Gusikoff; February 2, 1918 (P)
-Soprano Lucy Gates; March 7, 1919 (P)
-Pianist Arthur Koch; November 6, 1925 (B)
-The Historic George Steck piano recital; April 9, 1929 (P)
-Pianist Josephine Harreld; March 8, 1940 (B)
-"Music for Tonight"; February 21, 1955 (P)
-Kaplan String Quartet; February 6, 1961 (P)
-Steck String Quartet; January 5, 1961 (P)
-Violinist Robert Gimprich; February 20, 1962 (P)
-Mader Quartet; February 1964-February 1965 (P) (2)
-Guitarist Ray Reussner; December 3, 1967 (F)
-Julliard String Quartet; March 17, 1969 (F)
-Chamber Music season information; 1970-1971 season (B)
-Concert information and calendar; Fall 2002 (B)
-Gilbert K. Chesterton lecture (B)
-Clarinet, Cello, and Piano concert (P)
-Violinist Saul Cohen (P)
-Flonzaley Quartet (P)
-Dorothy, Rosalind, and Cynthia Fuller (P)
-Diseuse Madame Yvette Guilbert (B) (F) (P) (3)
-Joint Recitals (B)
-Cellist Leslie Parnas (F)
-St. Louis Ensemble (P)
 10/6 Sheraton-Jefferson Dinner Theatre (12th and Locust)
-"Guys and Dolls" (B) 
 10/7  Shubert-Jefferson Theatre (12th and Locust)
-"The Bat"; January 1922 (P)
-Walter Hampden in Repertoire; March 1923 (P)
-"Romeo and Juliet"; September 1923 (P)
-EH Sothern and Julia Marlowe in Shakespeare’s Plays; March 1924 (B) (P) (2)
-"Cyrano de Bergerac"; October 1924 (P)
-"Rose-Marie"; September 1925 (P)
-"The Business Widow" (P)
-"A Charming Conscience" (P)
-"The Fool" (P)
-"The Highwayman" (P)
-"I’ll Say She Is" (B)
 10/8  Shubert-Rialto Theatre (Grand and Olive)
-"The Master Builder"; April 1926 (P)
-"The Honor of the Family"; April 1927 (P)
-"Oh Kay!"; March 1928 (P)
-"Burlesque"; November 1928 (P)
-"Macbeth"; March 1929 (P)
-"Balieff’s Chauve-Souris"; November 1929 (P)
-"Bird in Hand"; December 1929 (P)
-"Journey’s End"; February 1930 (P) (2)
-"June Moon"; March 1930 (P)
-"Candle-Light"; September 1930 (P)
-"Scarlet Sister Mary"; October 1930 (P)
-"The School for Scandal"; October 1931 (P)
-"The Barretts of Wimpole Street"; May 1932 (O) (P) (2)
-"Everywoman" (B)
-"The First Mrs. Frazer" (P)
-"Grand Hotel" (P)
-Madame Yvette Guilbert (P)
-"The Hawk" (B)
-The Marx Brothers in "Animal Crackers" (P)
-"The New Moon" (P)
 10/9  Sing-Out St. Louis
-Information (B)
 11/1  Sir John Falstaff Theatre (Spanish International Pavilion)
-"Nobody Loves an Albatross"; June-July 1969 (I) (P) (2)
-"Take Her, She’s Mine"; July-August 1969 (P) (3)
-"Holiday for Lovers" September 1969 (P) (2)
-"The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie"; October 1969 (P)
-"Barefoot in the Park"; December 1969-January 1970 (P)
-"Visit to a Small Planet"; January-February 1970 (P)
-"What Did We Do Wrong"; March 1970 (P)
-"Everybody Loves Opal"; March-April 1970 (P)
-"Zorba"; April 1970 (P)
 11/2  La Sociedad Española de St. Louis
-"La Marcha de Cadiz"; Saints Mary and Joseph New School Hall; April 28, 1928 (P)
 11/3  Southtown Players (Richmond Theatre)
-"The Rainmaker"; March 1962 (P)
-"Send Me No Flowers"; April-May 1962 (P)
-"Marriage Go-Round"; April-May 1963 (P)
-"Who Was That Lady I Saw You With?"; November 1963 (P) (2)
-"A Thousand Clowns"; September 1964 (P) (2)
-"Three’s a Family"; September-October 1968 (P)
-"The Haunting of Hill House"; November 1968 (P)
-"Sunday in New York"; March 1969 (P) (2)
-"Come Back, Little Sheba"; May 1969 (P)
-"Hayfever"; September-October 1969 (P)
-"Ramshackle Inn"; November 1969 (P)
-"Dark of the Moon" (P)
-"Little Mary Sunshine" (P)
-"Three in the Round" (P)
 11/4  Stix, Baer & Fuller
-“The Golden Threshold” (P)
 11/5  Strassberger’s Conservatories of Music
-Information (B)
 11/6  Theatre Guild of Webster Groves (517 Theatre Lane)
-“The Gazebo”; February 1962 (P) (2)
-“The Country Girl”; Spring 1964 (P)
 11/7  Tivoli Theatre (6350 Delmar)
-Movie schedule; March-June 2005 (B)
 11/8  Tower Grove Park Concerts
-Programs; July 1910-September 1916 (P) (4)
 11/9  Town Square Theatre
-"Morning’s at Seven"; July-August 1940 (P)
-"Engaged"; August 1940 (P)
-"The Time of Your Life"; August 1942 (P)
 11/10  Trinity Presbyterian Church (Washington and Kingsland)
-Dedicatory Concert for the Casavant Organ; October 25, 1970 (P)
-American Harp Society recital; November 21, 1976 (P)
 11/11  Tuscan Temple
-Sacred Concert; October 26, 1913 (P)
 11/12  University City Symphony
-Concert program; University City High School; February 13, 1972 (P)
 11/13  University of Missouri-St. Louis
-Evening Concert Series; 1964-1965 (B)
-Cleo Laine (F)
 11/14  Varieties Theatre
-Contract; May 30, 1867; photocopy (DOC)
-Rules and Regulations; photocopy (DOC)
 11/15  Victoria Theatre
-"He Snoops to Conquer"; May 8, 1913 (P)
-"Nipped in the Bud"; May 1914 (P)
-"The Yellow Jacket"; January 1916 (A) (B) (P) (3)
-"Louis XI"; March 1, 1916 (P)
-"Love in a Toy Shop" (B)
 11/16  Washington University
-Pianist Soulima Stravinsky; October 3, 1951 (F)
-Harpsichordist Fernando Valenti; November 14, 1951 (P)
-University Opera Workshop; November 25, 1951 (P)
-University Concerts schedule; 1958-1960 seasons (B) (2)
-University Composer’s Exchange; November 1958 (P)
-Assembly Series; October 1959 (A)
-Dancer Katharine Litz; March 5, 1961 (P)
-Festival of the Arts; April 1961 (P)
-Sunday Evening Concerts; 1962-1963 seasons (B) (L) (3)
-"Façade"; April 11, 1965 (F)
-Yale Glee Club; June 12, 1968 (P)
-St. Louis String Quartet; 1970-1971 season (P)
-Chamber Music Programs (B) (2)
-Christmas Concert (P)
-"Falstaff" (F)
-Dancer Daniel Nagrin (P)
-New Works Performance (F)
-"Pagliacci" and "Hello Out There" (P)
 11/17  Wednesday Club Auditorium
-St. Louis Art League concert; February 24, 1921 (P)
-Mummers of St. Louis season information; 1935-1936 (B)
-Mummers of St. Louis; "Gentlemen Wear Gloves"; May 1938 (F)
-Central Opera Association season 1952-1953 information (B)
-St. Louis Art League Little Theatre Tournament (P)
-St. Louis Art League String Quartet (PIC)
 11/18  Webster Groves High School
-“The Lucky Jade”; April 1931 (P)
 11/19  Webster University
-Concert schedule; 1984-1985 (B)
 11/20  Weltner Conservatory of Music (3620-3622 Finney Ave.)
-Commencement Exercises Concerts; June 1910 (P) (2)
 11/21  Westport Playhouse
-“The Oscar Ladies” (P)
 11/22  William Fox Liberty Theatre (Delmar and Grand)
-Daily Matinees program (P)
 11/23  Women’s Symphony Orchestra of St. Louis
-Concert program; Municipal Auditorium; January 20, 1942 (P)
 11/24  Wydown Players
-"Jane"; Church of St. Michael and St. George; February 1959 (P)
 11/25  Young Men’s Christian Association (YMCA) Hall (Grand and Franklin)
-Pianist ER Kroeger; April 14, 1899 (P)
 11/26  Young Men’s/Women’s Hebrew Association (YMHA/YWHA)
-Tenor Dmitry Dobkin; March 31, 1927 (P)
-Film Guild; “South Seas” (F)
-Film Guild; “Her Highness Commands” (F)
 11/27  Young People’s String Orchestra
-Concert program; Soldan High School; May 2, 1913 (P)
-Concert program; Webster Groves High School; December 5, 1913 (P) (2)
-Second and Third Concerts; Musical Art Hall; May 1916 (P)
-Concert program; Grover Cleveland High School; April 12, 1917 (P) (2)
-Third Concert; Central High School; May 25, 1917 (P)
-Concert program; Musical Art Hall; May 26, 1918 (P) (3)
Key
A = announcement
B = booklet/brochure
DOC = document
F = flyer
I = invitation
L = letter
N = newsletter
NP = newspaper
O = order form
OBJ = object
P = program
PIC = picture
PR = press release
T = ticket
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