Music Organizations collection
Scope and Contents
The Music Organizations collection (1909-1984) consists of the records of music organizations at Wellesley College including the Chamber Orchestra, the Collegium Musicum Wellesliensis chamber choir, the Madrigals, the Musical Club, the Music Lovers' Club, and the Tupelos. Records include concert programs, news releases, fliers, correspondence, membership lists, checks, and meeting minutes.
Conditions Governing Access
Collection is open for research. To make an appointment to view materials, please contact the Archives staff by email at email@example.com or by phone at (781) 283-3745.
Conditions Governing Use
The Wellesley College Archives welcomes researchers to use materials in the public domain, to make fair use of copyrighted materials as defined by copyright law, and to request permission to use works whose copyright is held by Wellesley College. All materials from the Archives, regardless of copyright status, should be attributed to the Wellesley College Archives, Library and Technology Services when cited, quoted, or reproduced.
0.4 Linear Feet (1 box)
Language of Materials
The Music Organization collection is an artificial collection; artificial collections are created by Archivists bringing together multiple smaller acquisitions to the archives from multiple creators, and organizing them based on their subject. This is unlike most archival collections which are organized by provenance, meaning by the original creator, and which maintain the original creator’s arrangement of the collection. The Music Organization has been arranged in alphabetical order by organization name.
- Wellesley College. Music Organizations collection, 1909-1984: a container list.
- Natalia Gutiérrez-Jones, Project Archivist
- 2021 May
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