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Bonacio, Bennie, 1903-1974
The Bonacio, Bennie mss., 1945-1946, consist of clippings, correspondence, scrapbooks, and programs relating to jazz saxophonist Bennie Bonacio, as well as several recording discs of Bonacio's performances and compositions.

5. Busch mss. II, 1945 1 Folder

Busch, Fritz, 1890-1951
The Busch mss. II, circa 1945, consists of a bound manuscript copy of Shubert's Taenze-Suite orchestrated by Fritz Busch and an LP record given to Thomas Eisner on his sixteenth birthday by Busch.
Busoni, Ferruccio Benvenuto, 1866-1924
The Busoni mss., 1901-1920, are the letters of Ferruccio Benvenuto Busoni, 1866-1924, Italian pianist and composer. Born in Tuscany and dying in Berlin, Busoni writes these letters in German. To Otto Hessmann of Charlottenburg in 1901 and 1902 he writes about his recent concert tour and comments on the work of the Norwegian composer Christian Sinding.

7. Campbell, Mary mss., 1954-2012 75 linear feet

Campbell, Mary, 1934-2012
The Campbell, Mary mss., 1954-2012, consist of the personal correspondence, writings, photographs, concert and theatre programs, and professional materials of music and theatre journalist Mary Campbell.

8. Carmichael mss., 1921-1955 1 Box (1 standard)

Carmichael, Hoagy, 1899-1981
The Carmichael mss., 1921-1955, consist of the papers of Hoagland Howard (Hoagy) Carmichael, 1899-1981, composer, radio artist, recording artist, writer and actor for Broadway shows and motion pictures.

9. Charpentier mss., 1899-1901 1.35 linear feet (1 folder; 1 box)

Charpentier, Gustave
The Charpentier mss., circa 1899-1901, consist of letters removed from Louise: roman musical en quatre actes et cinq tableaux, by Gustave Charpentier. Paris: Heugel & Cie, 1900.

10. Cinti-Damoreau mss., 1827-1856 .35 linear feet (1 folder; 1 volume)

Cinti-Damoreau, Laure (Cinthie Montalant), 1801-1863
The Cinti-Damoreau mss., 1827-1856, consists of letters and a contract of singer and composer Mme. Laure (Cinthie Montalant)Cinti-Damoreau, 1801-1863, who resided much of her life in Paris, France.