ARTHUR FARWELL COLLECTION

Series 7: Correspondence

Sub-series A: Personal Correspondence

Box 33

folder 1 Adler, Frederick Charles.
Frederick Charles Adler to/from Arthur Farwell. 2 letters (2 typescript); dated May 13, 1936; January 3, 1938. 3 pp.
folder 2

Allen, Thornton W. (Thornton W. Allen Books and Music).
Thornton W. Allen to Arthur Farwell. 1 letter (typescript); dated September 23, 1935. 1 p.

  • Correspondence pertains to the publication of K. E. Waltz.
  • Accompanying document (contract for publication) separated; see Box 32, Folder 7 (Contracts).
folder 3 Armitage, Merle.
Merle Armitage to Arthur Farwell. 1 letter (typescript, signed in ink); dated July 13, 1936. 1 p.
folder 4

Ausfacher, Louis K.
Louis K. Ausfacher to Arthur Farwell. 1 letter (ink); dated June 11, 1940. 2 pp.

  • See also Box 35, Folder 45, for additional correspondence from Louis Ausfacher.
folder 5

Ball, Robert S.
Robert S. Ball to Arthur Farwell. 1 letter (typescript); dated October 3, 1931. 1 p. Letter trimmed, possibly incomplete.

    • Correspondence pertains to international copyright.

T. Rivington (Clerk) to Robert S. Ball. 1 letter (typescript, signed in ink); dated October 2, 1931. 1 p. Correspondence pertains to international copyright.

folder 6

Barnhart, Harry.
Harry Barnhart to/from Arthur Farwell. 10 letters (4 typescript, 6 ink); dated January 19, 1931; April 24, 1931; April 3, 1935; January 14, 1939 (incomplete); November 26, 1946; March 13, 1947; 4 undated. 26 pp.

  • Duplicate facsimiles (preservation copies) of letters dated January 19, 1931, and April 24, 1931. 4 pp.
folder 7

Barrère, Georges.
Georges Barrère to/from Arthur Farwell. 8 letters (8 typescript); dated May 22, [1932]; June 27, 1932; July 19, 1932; August 1, 1932; August 12, 1932; August 30, 1932; September 2, 1932 (accompanied by duplicate facsimile); September 13, 1932. 9 pp.

  • See also Box 35, Folder 47, for additional correspondence from Georges Barrère.

Also in folder:

  • 2 concert programs; dated April 1926; June 9, 1932. 6 pp.
folder 8

Barry, Phillips.
Phillips Barry to Arthur Farwell. 1 letter (typescript); dated October 29, 1905. 5 pp.

  • Accompanied by texts for the songs “The Lone Prairee” and “The Ocean Burial” as well as melody and text for “On Springfield Mountain.”
folder 9

Beach, John Parsons.
Arthur Farwell to John Parsons Beach. 5 letters (facsimiles of manuscript letters); undated. 17 pp.

  • On first page of letters: annotations regarding dating of the letter in the hand of Evelyn Culbertson (pencil).
folder 10 Behrend, Jeanne.
Jeanne Behrend to Arthur Farwell. 1 letter (ink), 1 postcard (ink); dated June 19, 1947; 1 undated.
folder 11 Bendell, Joan.
Joan Bendell to Arthur Farwell. 4 letters (4 ink); dated [April 1940]; [April 1946]; January 15, 1946; [April 28, 1948]; May 9, 1948. 13 pp.
Arthur Farwell to Mr. R. Bendell. 1 letter (carbon copy of typescript letter); dated April 13, 1940. 1 p.
folder 12 Bender, Mrs. James.
Arthur Farwell to Mrs. James Bender. 1 letter (carbon copy of typescript letter); dated April 17, 1948. 1 p.
folder 13

Berkwic, Ludmilla.
Ludmilla Berkwic to Arthur Farwell. 1 letter (ink); dated July 26, 1947. 1 p.

  • Accompanied by biography of Ludmilla Berkwic (typescript), including portrait. 1 p.
folder 14 Boardman, Luther.
Luther Boardman to Arthur Farwell. 1 letter (ink); dated March 7, 1932. 2 pp.
folder 15

Bohemian Club.
W. C. Bacon (Secretary, Bohemian Club) to/from Arthur Farwell. 3 letters (3 typescript); dated May 17, 1937; June 1, 1937; July 15, 1937. 5 pp.

  • Correspondence pertains to Arthur Farwell’s membership in the Bohemian Club.

Sequoia Trust Fund to Members of the Bohemian Club. 1 form letter (typescript); dated November 12, 1947. 1 p.
Holloway Jones (Secretary, Bohemian Club) to/from Arthur Farwell. 2 letters (typescript); dated August 21, 1950; November 18, 1950. 2 pp.
Arthur Farwell to unknown correspondent. 1 card (ink); dated July 28. 2 pp.

folder 16

BBC.
Helen Fogel to Arthur Farwell. 1 letter (facsimile of manuscript letter); dated June 5, 1939. 2 pp.
G. L. Marshall (BBC) to/from Arthur Farwell. 6 letters (6 typescript); dated October 5, 1938; October 30, 1938; April 4, 1939; May 15, 1939; June 7, 1939; July 12, 1939. 10 pp.

  • Duplicate facsimiles of letters dated October 5, 1938; April 4, 1939; June 7, 1939. 5 pp.

Karl Ulrich Schnabel to Arthur Farwell. 1 letter (facsimile of manuscript letter); dated June 7, 1939. 3 pp.
H. Waterman (for Music Executive, BBC Administrative Division) to/from Arthur Farwell. 2 letters (2 typescript); dated May 24, 1939; June 6, 1939. 2 pp.

  • Accompanied by manuscript note: “In re: BBC production of Symbolistic Study, No. 3, Belfast, June 16, 1939.” 1 p.
  • Correspondence pertains to rental of musical material.

Summary of payment from the BBC to Arthur Farwell (for rental of material); dated June 26, 1939. 1 p.
Manuscript note (ink); undated. 1 p.

folder 17

Bull, Dr. H. G. (Ulysses Press).
H. G. Bull to/from Arthur Farwell. 2 letters (2 typescript); dated [before June 21, 1937]; June 21, 1937. 4 pp.

  • Accompanied by duplicate facsimile of letter dated June 21, 1937. 2 pp.

Also in folder:

  • Research notes [by Evelyn Culbertson] (typescript, with annotations in pencil); undated. 1 p.
  • Press clipping (letter to the editor by Beatrice Farwell); dated April 1, 1962. 1 p.
folder 18

Broeder, Nathan (Associate Editor, G. Schirmer).
Nathan Broeder to/from Arthur Farwell. 2 letters (2 typescript); dated October 6, 1947; October 24, 1947. 2 pp.

  • Correspondence pertains to submission of article by Arthur Farwell, “Musical Psychology—What?”
  • See also Box 34, Folder 66 (“G. Schirmer”) for additional correspondence with Nathan Broeder.
folder 19

Burdick, Miss.
Arthur Farwell to Miss Burdick. 1 letter (typescript); dated February 6, 1934. 3 pp.

  • Accompanied by manuscript note [by Evelyn Culbertson]: “Important: traces influence of European composers on American music (Esp. French) Wa Wan P.” 1 p.
folder 20 Butler, Harold L. (Dean of the College of Fine Arts, Syracuse University).
Arthur Farwell to Harold L. Butler. 1 letter (typescript); dated May 23, 1937. 1 p.
folder 21

Buttelman, C. V. (Managing Editor, Music Educators Journal).
C. V. Buttelman to Arthur Farwell. 1 letter (typescript); dated November 18, 1937. 1 p.

  • Correspondence pertains to publication of editorial by Karl Gehrkens.
folder 22

Bynner, [Harold Witter “Hal”].Arthur Farwell to “Bynner.” 1 letter (typescript); dated December 29, 1933. 2 pp.

  • Correspondence pertains to staging of the “Canticle.”
folder 23 Carter, Artie Mason.
Artie Carter to/from Arthur Farwell. 1 letter (typescript), 1 postcard (ink); dated February 6, 1934; July 8, 1936. 3 pp.
folder 24 Christopher, Arthur J. (Christopher Publishing House).
Arthur J. Christopher to/from Arthur Farwell. 2 letters (2 typescript); dated December 11, 1947; April 22, 1948. 2 pp.
folder 25 Clark, Joseph S., Jr.
Arthur Farwell to Joseph S. Clark, Jr. 1 letter (typescript); dated October 4, 1930. 3 pp.
folder 26

Coelho, Miss.
Arthur Farwell to Miss Coelho. 1 letter (typescript); dated March 30, 1948. 1 p.

  • Accompanied by manuscript note [by Evelyn Culbertson]: “Use with ‘cartoon.’” 1 p.
folder 27

Cohn, Arthur (Stringart Quartet; Chairman of Program Committee, Chamber Orchestra of Philadelphia).
Arthur Cohn to/from Arthur Farwell. 6 letters (2 ink, 4 typescript); dated October 14, 1935; October 17, 1935; December 5, 1935; March 3, 1936; October 5, 1936; August 13. 7 pp.
Also in folder:

  • Press clipping (“Arthur Farwell Honored by Ojai Music Festival”), mounted on paper; undated. 1 p. Copy 2 (duplicate facsimile). 1 p.
folder 28

Composers-Authors Guild.
Florence Tarr (Treasurer, Composers-Authors Guild) to “Member.” 1 letter (typescript); dated January 27, 1947. 1 p.
Irwin Rowan (Secretary, Composers-Authors Guild) to/from Arthur Farwell. 5 letters (5 typescript); dated November 21, 1947; January 30, 1947; February 9, 1948; February 11, 1948; February 16, 1948. 5 pp.Also in folder:

  • Press release (“Sixth Annual Publication Award Contest”) issued by The Composer’s Press; undated. 1 p.
folder 29

Cooke, Sidney T. (Church of the Holy Apostles).
Sidney T. Cooke to Arthur Farwell. 10 letters (2 typescript, 7 ink, 1 pencil), 4 postcards (2 ink, 2 pencil); dated October 28, 1946; November 5, 1946; November 7, 1946; November 12, 1946; November 27, 1946; December 26, 1946; January 31, 1947; February 12, 1947; March 6, 1947; May 14, 1947; October 3, 1947; April 3, 1948; May 12, 1948; 1 undated. 24 pp.

  • Letter dated October 28, 1946, accompanied by text of “The United Nations Anthem” (typescript); undated. 1 p.
  • Letter dated November 27, 1946, accompanied by draft of letter from Sidney T. Cooke to John Foster Dulles (ink); dated November 27, 1946. 1 p.
  • Letter dated October 28, 1946, separated from Box 24, Folder 10 (“Intuition [clippings and notes]”).
folder 30 Cornish, Winifred Young.
Winifred Young Cornish to Arthur Farwell. Facsimile of 1 telegram; dated April 22, 1939. 1 p.
folder 31

Creed, A. Eleanor (Mrs. E. V.).
A. Eleanor Creed to Arthur Farwell. 1 letter (ink); dated December 21, 1936. 2 pp.

  • Correspondence pertains to music dealers in Portland, OR.
folder 32 Crowley, Herbert E.
Herbert E. Crowley to Arthur Farwell. 1 letter (ink); undated. 2 pp.
folder 33

Dana, Richard H. (President, Music Press, Inc.)
Richard H. Dana to Arthur Farwell. 5 letters (5 typescript); dated October 22, 1946; January 7, 1947; January 22, 1947; March 13, 1947; September 24, 1947. 5 pp.

  • Correspondence pertains to publication of Navajo War Dance No. 2.
folder 34

Danziger, Mrs.
Arthur Farwell to Mrs. Danziger. 1 letter (typescript); dated September 29, 1932. 3 pp.

  • Accompanied by manuscript note [by Evelyn Culbertson]: “Wa-Wan Press history & reflections on its success.” 1 p.
folder 35

Darling, Mrs. Fred.
Arthur Farwell to Mrs. Fred Darling. 1 letter (typescript); dated October 27, 1930. 2 pp.

  • Correspondence pertains to house rental agreement in East Lansing, MI.
folder 36

Davidoff, A.
Davidoff to Arthur Farwell. 1 letter (ink), in French; dated March 18/31, 1903. 2 pp. Copies 2-3 (duplicate facsimiles). Accompanied by:

  • English translation of letter from A. Davidoff, in the hand of Arthur Farwell (ink); undated. 2 pp. Copy 2 (duplicate facsimile). 2 pp.
  • Transcription of Arthur Farwell’s translation, in the hand of Evelyn Culbertson (ink); undated. 1 p.
  • Transcription of letter from A. Davidoff, accompanied by partial English translation by Claudio P. Tatom (pencil); undated. 1 p.

Also in folder:

  • “Tidings of the St. Petersburg Society of Musical Assemblies: July-August-September 1903.” English translation of report published in the journal of the Societés des Reunions Musicales, St. Petersburg, Russia (typescript, with annotations in ink); undated. 10 pp. Copy 2 (duplicate facsimile).
  • Manuscript notes [by Evelyn Culbertson] (ink); undated. 2 pp.
  • Drafts of material for Farwell biography [by Evelyn Culbertson] (ink and typescript), with annotations in pencil. 5 pp.
folder 37 De Golier, Ralph J.
Ralph De Golier to Arthur Farwell. 1 letter (ink); dated May 28. 1 p.
folder 38 De Lay, Cecile.
Cecile De Lay to Arthur Farwell. 1 letter (ink); dated May 29, 1939. 2 pp.
folder 39

Delta Kappa Epsilon.
Scott H. Wells (Secretary, Association of Sigma Tau Alumni of Delta Kappa Epsilon) to “Brother in Sigma Tau.” 1 letter (typescript); dated December 1946. Accompanied by:

  • List of Sigma Tau alumni who paid dues for 1945 (typescript); dated October 1946. 6 pp.
  • Return addressed envelope for 1946 dues. 1 item.
folder 40 Dodge, Majorie.
Majorie Dodge to Arthur Farwell. 1 letter (typescript); undated. 1 p.
Separated from Box 48, Folder 6 (“Theater of the Stars: performance/production materials.”)
folder 41 Dowling, Marjorie H.
Marjorie H. Dowling to Arthur Farwell. 1 letter (typescript); undated. 1 p.
folder 42

Downes, Olin.
Arthur Farwell to Olin Downes. 2 letters (2 typescript); dated May 23, 1937; March 13, 1938. 2 pp.

  • See also Box 35, Folder 71, for additional correspondence from Olin Downes.
folder 43 Eastham, Clark.
Clark Eastham to Arthur Farwell. 1 letter (typescript); dated November 12, 1941. 2 pp.
folder 44

Eaton, Miss.
Arthur Farwell to Miss Eaton. 1 letter (typescript); dated June 12, 1935. 2 pp.

  • Correspondence pertains to Charles Wakefield Cadman.
folder 45 Edwards, Dennis, Jr. (Real Estate).
Dennis Edwards, Jr., to Arthur Farwell. 1 letter (typescript); dated August 1, 1947. 1 p.
folder 46 Eldridge, Carlton.
Carlton Eldridge to Arthur Farwell. 1 letter (typescript); dated December 15, 1942. 1 p.
folder 47 Elliot, Mrs. H. R.
Address label from envelope addressed to Arthur Farwell from Mrs. H. R. Elliott. 1 item.
folder 48

Engel, Mr.
Arthur Farwell to Mr. Engel. 1 letter (typescript); dated May 13, 1937. 1 p.

  • Correspondence pertains to “The Mother’s Vow,” [op. 102, no. 4].
folder 49 Farris, Ellese A. (American Church Mission, Shanghai, China).
Ellese A. Farris to Arthur Farwell. 1 letter (ink); dated April 24. 1 p.
folder 50

Farwell, Gertrude.
NB: Following Arthur and Gertrude Farwell’s divorce in 1937, Gertrude married A. Dean Dudley. Thus, letters dating from 1947 bear the name “Mrs. A. Dean Dudley.”
Gertrude Farwell (Dudley) to Arthur Farwell. 26 letters (25 ink, 1 pencil); dated July 8, 1931; July 13, 1931; July 15, 1931; July 18, 1931; July 20, 1931; July 23, 1931; July 24, 1931; July 29, 1931; July 30, 1931; August 1, 1931; August 6, 1931; August 9, 1931; August 13, 1931; August 15, 1931; August 26, 1931; August 27, 1931; September 2, 1931; September 3, 1931; September 11, 1931; January 25, 1947; March 27, 1947; 2 undated [before 1937]; 3 undated [after 1937]. 117 pp.Arthur Farwell to Gertrude Farwell (Dudley). 5 letters (1 ink, 3 typescript, 1 pencil); dated March 27, 1928; September 11, 1934; September 14, 1934; March 15, 1941; 1 undated [before 1937]. 14 pp.

  • Correspondence accompanied by manuscript note: “Letters to or concerning Gertrude.”

Also in folder:

  • “Gertrude Farwell’s memories presented by Brice.” Typescript document; dated December 1954. 4 pp.
  • “Some Descendants of Edward Wyer of Charlestown Massachusetts, 1658-1910.” Brochure, printed for members of the Wyer family (Albany, NY: Gateway Press, 1910). 6 pp.
  • Collection of papers labeled, “Regarding the Divorce from Gertrude.” Includes:
    • Excerpt from letter from Arthur Farwell to Gertrude Farwell (ink); dated March 21, 1928. 1 p.
      • Correspondence pertains to Gertrude’s request to keep the family in California.
    • Typescript excerpt from letter from Arthur Farwell to Gertrude Farwell (typescript); dated April 5, 1928. 2 pp.
  • Front of manila envelope, with label: “Gertrude’s letters to Arthur from Camp Arden.” 1 p.
folder 51 Farwell, Janet.
Janet Farwell to Arthur Farwell. 5 letters (5 ink); dated October 10, 1931; November 7, 1931; February 15, 1932; January 5, [1933]; January 6, 1934. 21 pp.
folder 52 Farwell, Ross.
Ross Farwell to Arthur Farwell. 1 letter (ink); dated July 18, 1932. 2 pp.
folder 53

Farwell, Sidney.
Sidney Farwell to/from Arthur Farwell. 12 letters (11 typescript, 1 ink); dated July 10, 1931; April 21, 1932; April 20, 1933; May 4, 1933; May 23, 1933; December 26, 1933; December 31, 1934; April 22, 1935; August 23, 1935; September 9, 1935; November 14, 1935; December 22, 1935. 20 pp.

  • Letter dated July 10, 1931, accompanied by manuscript note [by Evelyn Culbertson]: “Use letters to/from Sidney Farwell 1931.”
  • Duplicate facsimile (preservation copy) of letter dated July 10, 1931. 2 pp.
folder 54

Fassett, James (Assistant Director, Music Department, Columbia Broadcasting System).
James Fassett to/from Arthur Farwell. 11 letters (11 typescript), 1 telegram; dated April 12, 1939; April 15, 1939; April 19, 1939; April 22, 1939; May 10, 1939; May 11, 1939; May 14, 1939; May 16, 1939; May 24, 1939; May 26, 1939; June 4, 1939; June 17, 1939; July 14, 1939. 12 pp.

  • Correspondence pertains to broadcast of [Symbolistic Study No. 6,] “Mountain Vision,” [op. 37].

Also in folder:

  • [Illegible] (Manager, Library Division, Columbia Broadcasting System) to Arthur Farwell. 1 letter (typescript); dated July 11, 1939.
    • Correspondence pertains to return of score and parts to Symbolistic Study No. 6, “Mountain Vision,” 37.
folder 55 Fentress, Robin.
Robin Fentress to Arthur Farwell. 2 letters (2 ink); dated May 29, [1939]; January 12. 5 pp.
folder 56 Field, Charles K.
Charles K. Field to Arthur Farwell. 1 letter (ink); dated June 17, 1940. 2 pp.
folder 57

Fischer, Carl, Inc.
Gustave Reese (Director of Publication, Carl Fischer, Inc.) to Richard Dana (President, Music Press, Inc.). 1 letter (typescript); dated February 4, 1947. 1 p.

  • Correspondence pertains to publication of Navajo War Dance No. 2.
folder 58 Fogel, Helen.
Helen Fogel to Arthur Farwell. 1 letter (ink); dated June 5, 1939. 2 pp.
folder 59

Fox, Logan and Mary.
Arthur Farwell to Logan Fox. 1 letter (typescript); dated January 5, 1931. 3 pp.

  • Duplicate facsimile (preservation copy) of letter. 3 pp.

Mary Fox to Arthur Farwell. 2 letters (2 ink); dated January 23; September 1. 10 pp.

folder 60

Freedley, George (A. and S. Lyons, Inc.).
George Freedley to/from Arthur Farwell. 2 letters (2 typescript); dated June 25, 1948; August 18, 1948. 2 pp.

  • Correspondence pertains to Cartoon.
folder 61 French, Wm. A. (Wm. A. French Studios, Inc.).
Wm. A French to Arthur Farwell. 1 letter (typescript); dated May 31, 1939. 1 p.
folder 62

Frost, Frank J.
Frank J. Frost to Arthur Farwell. 1 letter (typescript); dated March 22, 1926. 1 p.

  • Correspondence pertains to the Ojai Valley Chamber Music Festival.
folder 63 Gauss, Miss.
Arthur Farwell to Miss Gauss. 1 letter (typescript); dated March 9, 1934. 2 pp.
folder 64

Gilman, Lawrence.
Arthur Farwell to Lawrence Gilman. 1 letter (typescript); dated April 21, 1935. 1 p.

  • See also Box 35, Folder 83, for correspondence from Lawrence Gilman to Arthur Farwell.
folder 65

Gott, George.
George Gott to/from Arthur Farwell. 2 letters (1 ink, 1 typescript); dated March 20, 1931; March 31, 1931. 4 pp.

  • Duplicate facsimile (preservation copy) of letter dated March 31, 1931. 2 pp.
folder 66 Gott, Rudolph.
Arthur Farwell to Rudolph Gott. 1 letter (ink); dated “summer of 1905.” 16 pp.
folder 67

Guilmant, Alexandre.
Alexandre Guilmant to Arthur Farwell. 2 business cards (ink), 4 letters (ink), all in French, 4 accompanied by envelopes; dated December 1898; January 29, 1899; February 13, 1899; March 9, 1899; March 18, 1899; 1 undated. 8 pp. (and 4 envelopes). Accompanied by:

  • Excerpt of manila envelope, labeled “File” [in Arthur Farwell’s hand] and “Letters from Humperdinck, Guilmant, Mrs. Seidl … Autographs” [in Evelyn Culbertson’s hand].
  • Manilla envelope, labeled “Letters from Guilmant, Pfitzner” [by Evelyn Culbertson].

Accompanying letter from Hans Pfitzner (1 letter and envelope, postmarked February 11, 1908) separated; see Box 34, Folder 53.

folder 68

Hadley, Henry.
6 letters (2 ink, 4 typescript), 1 telegram; dated April 19, 1903; September 5, 1930; October 27, 1930; February 22, 1931; February 25, 1931; March 8, 1931; December 6, 1936. 8 pp.

  • Duplicate facsimiles (preservation copies) of telegram dated February 22, 1931, and letters dated February 25, 1931, and March 8, 1931. 3 pp.
folder 69

Hagen, Mrs. Hugo (President, The Musician’s Guild).
Arthur Farwell to Mrs. Hugo Hagen. 1 letter (typescript); dated March 31, 1936. 1 p.

  • Correspondence pertains to sheet music dealers in St. Louis.

Box 34

folder 1

Hahn, Reynolds.
Reynolds Hahn to Arthur Farwell. 1 letter (ink), in French; undated. 4 pp. Accompanied by:

  • Envelope, labeled “Letter from Reynolds Hahn, needs translation” [by Evelyn Culbertson]. 1 item.
  • Manuscript note [by Evelyn Culbertson]: “Rec’d from Emerson …” 1 p.
folder 2

Hall, Sharlot M.
Sharlot M. Hall to Arthur Farwell. 2 letters (1 pencil, 1 ink); dated October 16, 1904; April 20, 1905. 6 pp.

  • Letter dated April 20, 1905, accompanied by envelope, with manuscript notes in pencil [by Arthur Farwell].
folder 3

Hanson, Howard.
Howard Hanson to/from Arthur Farwell. 10 letters (10 typescript); dated March 27, 1931; March 31, 1931; April 19, 1931; October 2, 1931; October 2, 1931; October 5, 1931; October 5, 1931; October 9, 1931; October 18, 1931; December 18, 1931. 11 pp.

  • Correspondence pertains to performance of Gods of the Mountain by the Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra.
  • Accompanied by concert program (American Composers’ Concerts, Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra, Howard Hanson, conducting); dated October 29, 1931. 4 pp.
  • Duplicate facsimiles (preservation copies) of correspondence dated March 27, 1931, and April 19, 1931. 2 pp.
  • See also Box 36, Folder 6, for additional correspondence from Howard Hanson.
folder 4

Harris, Roy.
Roy Harris to/from Arthur Farwell. 33 letters (23 ink, 2 pencil, 8 typescript); dated [December 1930]; January 9, 1931; [Summer 1931]; [September 12, 1931]; September 28, 1931; [early October 1931]; October 10, 1931; [1931]; [1931]; [early 1932/before January 26, 1933]; January 26, 1933; [early 1933/February?]; [before June 13, 1933]; June 13, 1933; [July 13, 1933]; [after July 13, 1933]; [summer 1933]; [October 1933]; [1933]; [January 20, 1934]; February 6, 1934; [July 17, 1934]; [August 1934]; September 15, 1934; [September 19, 1934]; February 10, 1935; 7 undated. 83 pp.

  • 15 letters accompanied by manuscript notes [by Evelyn Culbertson] pertaining to dating of correspondence. 16 pp. 3 additional notes unattached to specific letters. 3 pp.
  • Letter dated [Summer 1931] accompanied by manuscript sketch of theme for Toccata by Roy Harris (ink). 1 p.
  • Letter labeled “quotes for article on Harris 1931” accompanied by manuscript sketch of theme from Harris’s Toccata (ink). 1 p.
  • Duplicate facsimiles (preservation copies) of letters dated January 9, 1931, and [October 1933]. 6 pp.
  • Accompanying document (press clipping) separated; see Box 48, Folder 15.
  • See also Box 36, Folder 7, for additional correspondence from Roy Harris.

Accompanying correspondence from Engelbert Humperdinck (2 cards; dated September 29, 1891; September 25, 1897) separated; see Box 34, Folder 15.

folder 5 Hauman, B. L. (Stationery Department, Brentano’s).
B. L. Hauman to Arthur Farwell. 1 letter (typescript); dated October 24, 1946. 1 p.
folder 6

Hayes, Ronald.
Arthur Farwell to Ronald Hayes. 4 letters (4 typescript); dated April 14, 1935; April 19, 1935; June 5, 1936; August 12, 1936. 4 pp.

  • Correspondence pertains to Hound of Heaven.
  • See also Box 36, Folder 10, for correspondence from Roland Hayes.
folder 7 Hering, Adelaide.
Adelaide Hering to Arthur Farwell. 1 letter (ink); dated September 23, 1941. 4 pp.
folder 8 Herrmann, Mrs. Christian (President, Michigan Federation of Music Clubs).
Mrs. Christian Herrmann to Arthur Farwell. 1 telegram; dated May 28, 1939. 1 p.
Mrs. Christian Herrmann to Gertrude Farwell. 1 letter (typescript); dated June 24, 1940. 1 p.
folder 9 Hochberg, Morris.
Morris Hochberg to Arthur Farwell. 1 letter (ink); dated January 26, 1941. 4 pp.
folder 10

Hoffmann, Bernhard.
Arthur Farwell to Bernhard Hoffmann. 1 letter (typescript); dated January 9, 1933. 3 pp.

  • Correspondence pertains to the Santa Barbara Community Chorus and the Santa Barbara School of the Arts.
  • Accompanying item (press clipping, titled “School of Arts’ History Closed”) separated; see Box 47, Folder 15.
folder 11

Howard, John Tasker.
Arthur Farwell to John Tasker Howard. 1 letter (typescript); dated April 19, 1931. 1 p.

  • Duplicate facsimile (preservation copy). 1 p.
folder 12

Howell, Miriam (Famous Artists Corporation).
Miriam Howell to Arthur Farwell. 1 letter (typescript); dated August 19, 1948. 1 p.

  • Correspondence pertains to publication of
folder 13

Hoyen, Mr.
Arthur Farwell to Mr. Hoyen. 2 letters (2 typescript); dated December 21, 1932; January 22, 1933. 4 pp.

  • Correspondence pertains to performance of Pageant Scene (adapted from music for the Pageant of Meriden, NH).
  • Correspondence accompanied by manuscript research note [by Evelyn Culbertson]. 1 p.
folder 14

Hubbell, J. L.
Arthur Farwell to J. L. Hubbell. 1 letter (typescript); dated August 18, 1908. 1 p. Letter includes response from J. L. Hubbell (ink); undated.

  • Correspondence pertains to request for assistance in compiling a collection of “cowboy songs.”
  • Accompanied by list of “cowboy songs,” titled “Have complete words and music (typescript). 1 p.
folder 15

Humperdinck, Engelbert.
Engelbert Humperdinck to Arthur Farwell. 3 cards (3 ink), 10 postcards (10 ink), 7 letters (7 ink, with 7 accompanying envelopes); dated September 29, 1891; September 15, 1897; September 25, 1897; January 22, 1898; March 17, 1898; April 25, 1898; July 21, 1898; July 31, 1898; November 23, 1898; March 29, 1899; September 19, 1899; July 2, 1900; January 10, 1901; February 2, 1902; February 16, 1903; September 13, 1903; January 22, 1907; August 9, 1911; 2 undated. 44 pp.
Hedwig Humperdinck to Arthur Farwell. 1 letter (ink); dated January 10, 1901. 3 pp.
Unknown correspondent to Arthur Farwell. 1 postcard (ink); dated September 29, 1934.

  • Image on postcard of Boppard, Germany. On reverse: annotation [in Arthur Farwell’s hand]: “Villa Humperdinck was off the card, at right, on the hill side.”

Unknown correspondent to Arthur Farwell. 1 postcard (ink); dated September 18, 1946. 1 p.

  • Correspondence pertains to phone number for Miss [illegible].

Also in folder:

  • Manuscript note from E. Humperdinck (ink); dated October 15, 1897. 1 p. Includes annotation [by Arthur Farwell]: “This early in my season of study with Humperdinck. First payment …”
  • “Anton Seidl.” Biographical article, in German, from the Bayreuther Blätter; undated. 2 pp.
folder 16 Hunsicker, Lillian (Mrs. Charles O.).
Lillian Hunsicker to Arthur Farwell. 1 letter (ink); dated May 28, 1939. 2 pp.
folder 17 Hutcheson, Ernest (Juilliard Foundation).
Arthur Farwell to Ernest Hutcheson. 1 letter (typescript); dated June 3, 1936. 1 p.
folder 18

James, Dorothy.
Dorothy James to Arthur Farwell. 1 letter (ink); dated December 22, 1938. 2 pp.

  • Correspondence pertains to Arthur Farwell’s winning the first award in Class IV of the Michigan Federation of Music Clubs contest.
folder 19 James, Miss.
Arthur Farwell to Miss James. 1 letter (typescript); dated March 6, 1938. 1 p.
folder 20 Jenkins, Miriam B.
Untitled document (transcription of vision received by Miriam B. Jenkins) (typescript); dated September 14, 1939. 1 p.
“Words to Mrs. Miriam B. Jenkins, Costa Mesa, California, on October 13, 1942.” Typescript document. 1 p.
folder 21

Jones, F. C. (The Texas Company).
Arthur Farwell to F. C. Jones. 1 letter (typescript); dated November 23, 1930. 1 p.

  • Duplicate facsimile (preservation copy). 1 p.
folder 22 Jones, John Fletcher.
John Fletcher Jones to Arthur Farwell. 1 letter (ink); undated. 2 pp.
folder 23

Kirkpatrick, John.
John Kirkpatrick to Arthur Farwell. 2 postcards (1 ink, 1 typescript); dated August 12, 1944; October 23, 1944. 2 pp.
Transcriptions of letters from Arthur Farwell to John Kirkpatrick. Document includes letters dated September 6, 1939; November 21, 1940; September 17, 1941; December 30, 1941; January 23, 1942; February 24, 1943; August 27, 1944; February 4, 1945; November 22, 1945; January 31, 1947; [January 1947]; May 26, 1947; June 19, 1947; July 1947; September 23, 1951. 9 pp.
Also in folder:

  • Press clipping (pertaining to performances by John Kirkpatrick); dated November 24, 1943. 1 p. Copy 2 (duplicate facsimile).
folder 24

Kountz, Richard (Editor, M. Witmark & Sons).
Richard Kountz to Arthur Farwell. 1 letter (typescript); dated June 1, 1932. 1 p.

  • Correspondence pertains to gift of complimentary copy of “Youth of the World” by Gena Branscombe.

Also in folder:

  • Manuscript note (“Edna Kingsley Wallace”); undated. 1 p.
  • Front cover of Bunker Hill Linen Writing Tablet. 1 item.
folder 25

Koussevitsky, Serge.
Serge Koussevitsky to/from Arthur Farwell. 10 letters (10 typescript); dated October 28, 1932; November 7, 1932; November 13, 1932; November 20, 1933; November 24, 1933; February 6, 1934; February 10, 1934; February 21, 1934; April 20, 1934; October 17, 1934. 10 pp.

  • Correspondence pertains to rehearsal of Prelude to a Spiritual Drama by the Boston Symphony Orchestra.

Also in folder:

  • Manuscript note, with quote from review of Prelude to a Spiritual Drama (pencil); undated. 1 p.
folder 26

Kramer, Walter (Musical America; Galaxy Music Corporation).
Arthur Farwell to Walter Kramer. 2 letters (2 typescript); dated May 12, 1934; May 23, 1937. 3 pp.

  • Letter dated May 12, 1934, accompanied by duplicate facsimile. 2 pp.
folder 27

Kreider, Noble.
See also Box 36, Folder 24, for additional correspondence from Noble Kreider.
Noble Kreider to/from Arthur Farwell. 56 letters (9 ink, 45 typescript), 1 postcard (pencil); dated August 25, 1906; [1925]; March 1930; [1930]; [1930]; [1930 or 1931]; November 29, 1931; [1931]; December 26, [1933]; May 22, 1934; [1934]; May 14, 1935; [1935]; February 29, 1936; September 5, 1945; May 21, 1946; October 27, 1946; December 18, 1946; May 26, 1948; October 4, 1948; 32 undated.

  • Letters dated September 5, 1945; May 21, 1946; December 18, 1946; October 4, 1948; accompanied by envelopes. 4 envelopes.

Correspondence labeled “use in Section II” [by Evelyn Culbertson]. Includes:

  • Noble Kreider to/from Arthur Farwell. 17 letters (17 typescript); dated [1925]; [December 9, 1931]; [1931]; [1931]; [1931]; [January 17, 1932]; July 9, 1932; April 23, 1933; [after Thanksgiving 1933]; [1935]; 7 undated. 30 pp.

Also in folder:

  • Label for folio of compositions by Arthur Farwell (“Compositions of Arthur Farwell Issued from His Lithographic Press …”); undated. 1 p.
  • Transcription of press notice (“Historic Church Receives UN”) (ink); dated November 7, 1946. 2 pp.
folder 28

Kroeber, Alfred.
Arthur Farwell to Alfred Kroeber. Facsimile of 1 letter (manuscript); dated August 12, 1903. 2 pp.

  • Facsimile copied from originals in the Alfred J. Kroeber Papers, Bancroft Library.
folder 29

Kroeger, Ernest.
Excerpt from letter from Arthur Farwell to Ernest Kroeger, transcribed by Arthur Farwell (ink); undated. 2 pp.Also in folder:

  • “Articles on Arthur Farwell’s Work.” Typescript document; undated. 1 p.
  • Manuscript document (list of citations for articles and books); undated. 2 pp.
folder 30 Langford, Mrs. George W.
Mrs. George W. Langford to Arthur Farwell. 1 telegram; dated May 29, 1939. 1 p.
folder 31 Larabee, Miss.
Arthur Farwell to Miss Larabee. 1 letter (typescript); dated March 21, 1939. 2 pp.
folder 32

Littledale, Clara Savage (Editor, Parents Magazine).
Arthur Farwell to Clara Savage Littledale. 2 drafts of letter (typescript); dated June 29, 1940; July 1, 1940. 3 pp.
Also in folder:

  • “Biographical Sketch of Sara Wyer Farwell.” Typescript document; undated. 2 pp. 2 copies.
  • Facsimiles of pages about Sara Wyer Farwell, from unidentified source. 2 pp. On reverse: manuscript notes about Farwell genealogy. 2 pp.
folder 33

Lummis, Charles F.
Chas. F. Lummis to Arthur Farwell. 2 letters (2 typescript); dated May 14, 1924; May 22, 1924. 2 pp.

  • Items separated from Box 30, Folder 15 (“Spanish California Songs [8]”).
  • See also Box 36, Folder 24, for additional correspondence from Charles F. Lummis.
folder 34 Madden, Richard J.
Arthur Farwell to Richard Madden. 1 letter (typescript); dated June 22, 1946. 1 p.
folder 35 Malcolm, Marian.
Marian Malcolm to Arthur Farwell. 1 letter (ink); dated May 30, 1889. 1 p.
folder 36 McLaughlin, Mrs. A. R.
Mrs. A. R. McLaughlin to Arthur Farwell. 1 letter (typescript); dated November 20, 1934. 1 p.
folder 37

Merrill, Keith.
Arthur Farwell to Keith Merrill. 1 letter (typescript); dated March 26, 1949. 2 pp.

  • Correspondence pertains to The Heroic Breed.
  • See also Box 36, Folder 33, for correspondence from Keith Merrill
folder 38

Merriman, Dana (National Broadcasting Company).
Arthur Farwell to Dana Merriman. 2 letters (typescript); dated January 11, 1934; January 12, 1935. 2 pp.

  • Letter dated January 11, 1934, pertains to “A Ruined Garden.”
  • Letter dated January 12, 1935, pertains to Dawn and Navajo War Dance.
  • Letter dated January 12, 1935, accompanied by memo from Arthur Farwell to Mr. Littau (typescript); undated. 2 pp.
folder 39 Mitropoulos, Dimitri.
Arthur Farwell to Dimitri Mitropoulos. 1 letter (typescript); dated October 17, 1948. 1 p.
folder 40

Modern Music.
Arthur Farwell to/from Mina Lederman (Editor, Modern Music). 5 letters (5 typescript); dated February 11, 1935; March 2, 1935; March 8, 1935; March 8, 1935; March 15, 1935. 6 pp.

  • Correspondence pertains to “Pioneering for American Music,” Arthur Farwell’s article for Modern Music, 12 (1934), 116–22.
folder 41 Moek, B.
B. Moek to Arthur Farwell. 1 postcard (typescript); dated July 25, 1940. 1 p.
folder 42 Moore, Mary Carr.
Mary Carr Moore to Arthur Farwell. 1 letter (typescript); dated November 14, 1949. 5 pp.
folder 43

Narodny, Ivan.
Arthur Farwell to Ivan Narodny. 1 letter (typescript); dated November 16, 1948. 2 pp.
Also in folder:

  • “Part of a letter to Narodny, March 31, 1944).” Typescript document, with annotation in pencil. 1 p.
folder 44 Native American Composers.
Morris Browda (Recording Secretary, Native American Composers) to Arthur Farwell. 1 letter (ink); dated June 29, 1940. 1 p.
folder 45 Nelson, Miss.
Arthur Farwell to Miss Nelson. Facsimiles of 2 letters (manuscript); dated May 7, 1939; May 17, 1939. 3 pp.
folder 46 Niesinder, Richard.
Richard Niesinder to Arthur Farwell. 1 letter (typescript); dated April 19, 1932. 1 p.
folder 47 Norton, Herter.
Herter Norton to Arthur Farwell. 1 letter (ink); dated December 27, 1938. 2 pp.
folder 48 Oberholtzer, Ernest C. (Quetico-Superior Council).
Arthur Farwell to Ernest C. Oberholtzer. 1 letter (typescript); dated January 3, 1932. 2 pp.
folder 49

Oliver, Altheda.
Altheda Oliver to Arthur Farwell. 1 letter (ink); postmarked January 8, 1932. 1 p. On reverse of letter: publicity circular for recital by Altheda; dated January 11, 1932.

  • Accompanied by envelope. 1 item.
folder 50 Overman, Mary Louise.
Mary Louise Overman to Arthur Farwell. 1 letter (ink); dated October 19, 1919. 2 pp.
folder 51

Pendleton, Emmet.
Emmet Pendleton to/from Arthur Farwell. 3 letters (3 typescript); dated May 22, 1933; October 10, 1935; March 4, 1936. 3 pp.

  • Correspondence pertains to performances of compositions by Arthur Farwell.
folder 52 Perrin, Grant R.
Grant R. Perrin to Arthur Farwell. 1 letter (typescript); dated June 21, 1932. 1 p.
folder 53

Pfitzner, Hans.
Hans Pfitzner to Arthur Farwell. 1 letter (ink); dated February 24, 1911. 2 pp. Copy 2 (duplicate facsimile). 2 pp. Accompanied by envelope.
Also in folder:

  • Manuscript note (“My copy of a humorous verse improvised and written by Hans Pfitzner to Humperdinck …”) (pencil); undated. 1 p. Mounted on paper, with inscription in ink (“Above is transcription of the postcard …”).
  • Typescript transcription of verse written by Hans Pfitzner (“Heil und hip hurrah dir, Humperdinck!”); dated 1898. 1 p. 2 copies.
  • Oversized item (concert program dated June 17, 1898) separated; see Box 47, Folder 16.
folder 54

Phoenix Mutual Life Insurance Company.
Albert H. Yost (Vice President and Counsel, Phoenix Mutual Life Insurance Co.) to Arthur Farwell. 3 letters (3 typescript); dated August 7, 1936; August 19, 1936; September 2, 1936. 3 pp.

  • Correspondence pertains to life insurance policy of James Leonard Farwell.
folder 55 Pinter, Myra Mortimer.
Myra Mortimer Pinter to Arthur Farwell. 1 letter (ink); dated June 5, 1939. 2 pp.
folder 56 Poole, Valter (Federal Music Project).
Arthur Farwell to Valter Poole. 1 letter (typescript); dated October 9, 1938. 1 p.
folder 57

Presser, Theodore, Co.
Arthur Farwell to employees of the Theodore Presser Co. Includes:

  • Arthur Farwell to Mr. Orem. 1 letter (typescript); dated September 5, 1930. 3 pp.
  • Arthur Farwell to unspecified recipient. 1 letter (typescript); dated December 10, 1932. 1 p.
  • Correspondence pertains to the Theodore Presser Company’s purchase of the John Church catalogue, with particular reference to The Evergreen Tree.
folder 58

Price, F. H. (Librarian, Edwin A. Fleisher Music Collection, The Free Library of Philadelphia).
Arthur Farwell to/from F. H. Price. 4 letters (4 typescript); dated May 3, 1935; May 7, 1935; July 5, 1936; July 16, 1935. 6 pp.

  • Correspondence pertains to addition of orchestral works by Arthur Farwell to the Edwin A. Fleisher Music Collection.
folder 59 Ransom, S.
S.[Sidney?] Ransom to “Friend” [Arthur Farwell]. 1 letter (ink); dated May 5, 1936. 4 pp.
folder 60 Raynor, Constance V. (President, Branscombe Choral).
Constance V. Raynor to Arthur Farwell. 2 letters (2 typescript); dated April 9, 1947; April 16, 1948. 2 pp.
folder 61 Rhodes, E.
See Box 30, Folder 3 (“Cowboy Songs”), which includes a very extensive letter from Eugene M. Rhodes to Arthur Farwell on the subject of cowboy songs.
folder 62

Richards, Lewis (Music Department, Michigan State College; Salzburg Orchestral Academy).
Arthur Farwell to Lewis Richards. 2 letters (2 typescript); dated July 18, 1932; July 20, 1932. 3 pp.

  • Letter dated July 18, 1932, consists of Arthur Farwell’s letter of resignation from Michigan State College and the Michigan State Institute of Music and Allied Arts.

Draft of letter from Arthur Farwell to Lewis Richards (pencil); undated. 10 pp. Accompanied by manuscript note: “Never sent.” 1 p.

folder 63

Sabin, Mr.
Arthur Farwell to Mr. Sabin. 1 letter (typescript); dated March 31, 1936. 2 pp.

  • Correspondence pertains to sheet music dealers in San Francisco.
folder 64 Safford, Tommy (Director of Music, Williams College).
Tommy Safford to Arthur Farwell. 1 letter (ink); dated September 20. 1 p.
folder 65 Sandburg, Carl.
Arthur Farwell to Carl Sandburg. 1 letter (typescript); dated July 5, 1933. 1 p.
folder 66

Schirmer, G., Inc.
Arthur Farwell to “Messrs. G. Schirmer.” 2 letters (2 typescript); dated May 27, 1929; March 9, 1937. 2 pp.
Nathan Broeder (Publications Department) to/from Arthur Farwell. 13 letters (13 typescript); dated October 6, 1947; December 19, 1947; January 4, 1948; January 27, 1948; February 3, 1948; July 28, 1948; September 27, 1948; February 9, 1949; April 3, 1949; [September 6, 1949]; February 3, 1950; April 19, 1950; June 5, 1950. 15 pp.

  • See also Box 33, Folder 18, for additional correspondence with Nathan Broeder.

Carl Engel (President, G. Schirmer Inc.) to/from Arthur Farwell. 3 letters (3 typescript); dated January 8, 1941; May 28, 1941; May 29, 1941. 3 pp.

Alice Herbert (Royalties Department) to Arthur Farwell. 2 letters (2 typescript); dated February 27, 1947; June 11, 1947. 2 pp.

  • Correspondence accompanied by stub from royalties stub. 1 p.

Moynihan, Agnes (Copyright Division). 1 letter (typescript); dated September 1, 1948. 1 p.

  • Correspondence accompanied by typescript notes and memos from Arthur Farwell pertaining to compositions published by G. Schirmer and royalties matters. 4 pp.

Reese, Gustave (Assistant Manager, Publication Department) to/from Arthur Farwell. 7 letters (7 typescript); dated April 24, 1929; January 9, 1930; March 19, 1936; September 1, 1936; September 18, 1936; October 4, 1936; October 14, 1943. 7 pp.

Also in folder:

  • “Matters to ask Mr. Broeder about.” Typescript document, with annotations in pencil. 1 p.
  • List of publications by Arthur Farwell in stock as of April 16, 1948. 1 p.
  • Oversized items (3 documents to supplement February 3, 1948, letter from Arthur Farwell to G. Schirmer) separated; see Box 47, Folder 17.
folder 67 Schnabel, Karl Ulrich.
Karl Ulrich Schnabel to Arthur Farwell. 1 letter (ink); dated June 7, 1939. 3 pp.
folder 68

Schuman, William (Juilliard School of Music).
William Schuman to Arthur Farwell. 1 letter (typescript); dated June 25, 1946. 1 p.

  • Correspondence acknowledges receipt of libretto from Arthur Farwell.
  • See also Box 36, Folder 55, for additional correspondence from Arthur Farwell to William Schuman.
folder 69

Schwab, Arnold T.
Arthur Farwell to Arnold T. Schwab. 1 letter (typescript); dated February 3, 1951. 3 pp.

  • Correspondence consists of Arthur Farwell’s recollections of “Jim” Huneker.

Box 35

folder 1 Scribner’s Magazine (Alfred Dashiell, Managing Editor).
Alfred Dashiell to/from Arthur Farwell. 19 letters (18 typescript, 1 pencil draft); dated August 11, 1933; August 28, 1933; September 12, 1933; September 14, 1933; September 28, 1933; October 4, 1933; October 12, 1933; October 14, 1933; October 21, 1933; October 25, 1933; October 28, 1933; October 30, 1933; January 9, 1934; January 18, 1934; January 29, 1934; March 9, 1934; April 5, 1934; April 11, 1934; April 12, 1934. 29 pp.

  • Correspondence pertains to Arthur Farwell’s article for Scribner’s Magazine (“Let Us Play,” published September 1934).
  • Accompanied by facsimile of “Let Us Play,” Scribner’s Magazine (September 1934), pp. 145-150. 6 pp.
folder 2 Selfridge, O. Brice, Jr. (Law Office of O. B. Selfridge, Jr.).
Brice Selfridge to/from Charles R. Hayden (Hayden, Hubbard & Rathbun). 2 letters (2 typescript); dated September 11, 1934; September 15, 1934. 3 pp.

  • Correspondence pertains to separation of Arthur and Gertrude Farwell.
  • Letter dated September 11, 1934, accompanied by duplicate facsimile (preservation copy). 2 pp.
  • Accompanied by manuscript note: “Re: Family letters.”
folder 3 Sheridan, James M.
James M. Sheridan to/from Arthur Farwell. 7 letters (7 typescript); dated December 21, 1932; February 7, 1933; July 28, 1936; August 5, 1936; August 10, 1936; August 12, 1936; 1 undated (March 9). 10 pp.

  • Letter dated “March 9” accompanied by duplicate facsimile of letter. 3 pp.
folder 4 Small, Arnold.
Arnold Small to Arthur Farwell. 1 letter (ink); dated July 30, 1936. 1 p.
folder 5 Smith, Carleton Sprague (Music Section, New York Public Library).
Arthur Farwell to Carleton Sprague Smith. 2 letters (2 typescript); dated March 25, 1937; July 15, 1937. 2 pp.
folder 6 Spencer, James (Director of Music, Adrian College).
James Spencer to Arthur Farwell. 1 letter (typescript); dated February 15, 1941. 1 p.
folder 7 Stephenson, Marie.
Marie Stephenson to Arthur Farwell. 1 letter (ink); dated July 12. 2 pp.
folder 8 Stevens, Thomas Wood.
Thomas Wood Stevens to Arthur Farwell. 1 letter (ink); dated September 17, 1937. 1 p.
folder 9 Stevenson, Christine Wetherill.
Christine Wetherill Stevenson to/from Arthur Farwell. 3 letters (1 pencil draft, 1 typescript, 1 ink); dated July 31, 1921; August 31, 1921; September 5, 1921. 10 pp.

  • Correspondence pertains to production of The Pilgrimage Play.
folder 10 Stewart, Frank A. (Director of Special Research, Educational Research Bureau).
Frank A. Stewart to Arthur Farwell. 1 letter (typescript); dated November 3, 1947. 1 p.
folder 11 Stokowski, Leopold (Philadelphia Symphony Orchestra).
Leopold Stokowski to/from Arthur Farwell. 7 letters (7 typescript); dated May 21, 1936; June 17, 1936; October 5, 1936; October 15, 1936; April 5, 1937; April 10, 1937; April 2, 1945. 7 pp.

  • Letter dated June 17, 1936, accompanied by:
    • Copies 2-3 (duplicate facsimiles). 2 pp.
    • 1 item. Copy 2 (duplicate facsimile). 1 p.
  • Letter dated April 10, 1937, accompanied by duplicate facsimile. 1 p.
  • Letter dated April 2, 1945, accompanied by duplicate facsimile. 1 p.

Marguerite Coyne (Assistant to Mr. Stokowski) to/from Arthur Farwell. 7 letters (7 typescript); dated May 28, 1936; July 22, 1936; October 8, 1936; October 15, 1936; December 14, 1936; January 15, 1937; April 5, 1937. 7 pp.

  • Letter dated April 5, 1937, accompanied by copy of letter from Arthur Farwell to Leopold Stokowski (typescript); dated April 5, 1937. 1 p.
folder 12 Tate, John, Jr.
John Tate, Jr., to Arthur Farwell. 1 postcard (ink); dated May 25, 1933. 1 p.
folder 13 Taylor, Deems (ASCAP).
Arthur Farwell to Deems Taylor. 1 letter (typescript); dated May 7, 1947. 3 pp.

  • Correspondence pertains to Arthur Farwell’s request for reclassification by ASCAP.
  • See also Box 36, Folder 62, for additional correspondence from Deems Taylor.
folder 14 Thompson, Oscar (Executive Editor, Musical America).
Arthur Farwell to Oscar Thompson. 1 letter (typescript); dated June 15, 1937. 1 p.
folder 15 Tolonen, Jouko.
Arthur Farwell to Jouko Tolonen. 1 letter (typescript); dated June 25, 1948. 2 pp.
folder 16 Torrance, Mabel.
Mabel Torrance to/from Arthur Farwell. 33 letters (31 ink, 2 typescript); dated October 14, 1936; November 5, 1936; December 30, 1936; December 27, 1936; January 1, 1937; January 5, 1937; January 7, 1937; January 7, 1937; January 17, 1937; January 12, 1937; January 28, 1937; February 18, 1937; April 7, 1937; May 30, 1939; 19 undated (January 25; February 7; March 13; March 25; April 21; April 29; May 10; May 27; June 6; June 22; July 11; July 19; July 26; August 19; September 16; December 15; December 28; Tuesday; Wednesday). 86 pp.
folder 17 Troyer, Laird J. (Friend of the Court, Lansing, MI).
Arthur Farwell to Laird Troyer. 4 letters (4 typescript); dated April 29, 1937; [July 1937]; [August 1937]; 1 undated. 4 pp.

  • Correspondence pertains to Arthur Farwell’s alimony payments.
folder 18 Union Building and Loan Association.
Arthur Farwell to Union Building and Loan Association. 3 letters (3 typescript); dated October 19, 1936; November 23, 1936; April 29, 1937. 3 pp.

  • Correspondence pertains to rental payments (for 533 Abbott Road).
folder 19 United Brewers Industrial Foundation.
Jacob Ruppert (Chairman, United Brewers Industrial Foundation) to/from Arthur Farwell. 2 letters (2 typescript); dated July 6, 1937; July 9, 1937. 2 pp.

  • Letter dated July 6, 1937, accompanied by brochure titled “United Brewers Industrial Foundation: A Statement of Policies, Purposes, Functions.” 4 pp.
folder 20 Upton, William Treat.
Arthur Farwell to William Treat Upton. 1 letter (typescript); dated February 6, 1931. 2 pp.

  • Correspondence pertains to Arthur Farwell’s recollections of Frederick Ayres.
  • Duplicate facsimile (preservation copy). 2 pp.
folder 21 Van Hoesen, H. B. (Librarian, Brown University Library).
Arthur Farwell to H. B. Van Hoesen. 1 letter (typescript); dated July 9, 1927. 1 p.
folder 22 Vaughan, George (Professor of Law, University of Arkansas).
George Vaughan to Arthur Farwell. 1 letter (typescript); dated November 30, 1936. 1 p.

  • Accompanied by press clipping (image with heading “Marching-Singing Idea Takes Root in New York”), from Musical America (May 25, 1918). 1 p.
folder 23 Vilas, William H.
William H. Vilas to Arthur Farwell. 2 letters (2 typescript); dated March 25, 1936; November 25, 1936. 2 pp.
folder 24 Wagner, Oscar (Committee on Applications, Juilliard School of Music).
Arthur Farwell to Oscar Wagner. 1 letter (typescript); dated July 18, 1937. 1 p.

  • Correspondence consists of letter of recommendation on behalf of Beatrice Brody.
folder 25 Walsh, E. J. B. (Charles Scribner’s Sons).
Arthur Farwell to E. J. B. Walsh. 1 letter (typescript); dated March 6, 1936. 2 pp.

  • Correspondence consists of Arthur Farwell’s review of A History of Music by Lansormy.
folder 26 Wecker, Mr.
Arthur Farwell to Mr. Wecker. 1 letter (typescript); dated July 16, 1937. 1 p.
folder 27 Whitney, Elizabeth Fay.
Elizabeth Fay Whitney to Arthur Farwell. 3 letters (3 ink); dated August 23, 1936; August 25, 1937; September 2, 1937. 12 pp.
folder 28 Wigle, Tom.
Tom Wigle to/from Arthur Farwell. 5 letters (4 ink, 1 typescript); dated November 3, 1931; April 9, 1933; April 6, 1936; December 25, 1939; 1 undated. 12 pp.
folder 29 Williams, Maude Smith.
Maude Smith Williams to Arthur Farwell. 2 letters (1 ink, 1 pencil), 2 Christmas cards (2 ink); dated May 10, 1907; 3 undated. 15 pp.
Also in folder:

  • Business card for Maude Smith Williams (“The Art of Relaxation and Rhythm”). 1 item
  • Excerpt of envelope, with annotation: “Spiritualism, Mind Reading, Prophesy (Psychic).” 1 item.
folder 30 Williamson, John Finley (President, Westminster Choir School).
John Finley Williamson to/from Arthur Farwell. 2 letters (2 typescript); dated March 10, 1937; December 17, 1946. 2 pp.
Rhea B. Williamson [to Arthur Farwell]. 1 letter (ink); undated. 1 p.
Also in folder:

  • Manuscript note (pencil). 1 p.
folder 31 Wilkins, C. O. (Comptroller, Michigan State College).
Arthur Farwell to C. O. Wilkins. 1 letter (typescript); dated July 27, 1947. 1 p.
folder 32 Woolsey, Charles G.
Charles G. Woolsey to Arthur Farwell. 1 letter (ink); undated. 1 p.
folder 33 Wright, Frank Lloyd.
See also Box 36, Folder 72, for additional correspondence from Frank Lloyd Wright.
Frank Lloyd Wright to/from Arthur Farwell. 4 letters (4 typescript); dated May 15, 1933; June 5, 1933; June 26, 1933; July 19, 1933. 6 pp.
Arthur Farwell to Olga Ivanovna Wright. 1 letter (typescript); dated September 15, 1933. 1 p.
Also in folder:

  • Transcription of letter from Arthur Farwell to Frank Lloyd Wright (typescript); [dated June 5, 1933]. 2 pp.
  • Architectural plans for proposed Farwell house, designed by Frank Lloyd Wright. 3 pp. Duplicate facsimile of main floor plan. 1 p.
folder 34 Unidentified correspondents.
“Blanca” to Arthur Farwell. 1 letter (ink); dated October 30, 1933. 2 pp.
“Bess” from Arthur Farwell. 1 letter (typescript); dated January 18, 1932. 1 p.
“Dick” to Arthur Farwell. 1 letter (ink); dated July 1946. 2 pp.
“Helen” to Arthur Farwell. 1 letter (ink); undated. 2 pp.
“Turbese” to Arthur Farwell. 1 letter (ink); undated. 3 pp.
folder 35 Brown, Gilmor, from Arthur Kevin.
Arthur Kevin to Gilmor Brown. 1 letter (ink); dated February 24, 1923. 2 pp.
folder 36 Culbertson, [Evelyn Davis, from Mae L. Stewart].
Folder labeled “Culbertson notes.”
Mae L. Stewart to Evelyn Davis Culbertson. 1 letter (typescript); dated January 16, 1988. 1 p.
folder 37 Farwell, Brice, [to Evelyn Davis Culbertson].
Brice Farwell to Evelyn Davis Culbertson. 1 letter (ink); dated February 7, 1978. 1 p.
Also in folder:

  • “Notice of Symphonic World Premiere.” Press release (typescript), distributed by Brice Farwell; dated February 10, 1978. 1 p.
  • Brice Farwell, “Arthur Farwell and Rudolph Gott.” Facsimile of typescript document; undated. 1 p.
  • Publicity circular for the Diablo Symphony Orchestra (including performance of the Rudolph Gott Symphony; dated 1977-1978. Facsimile of publicity circular. 1 p.
folder 38 Gott, Rudolph, to George Gott.
Rudolph Gott to George Gott. 1 letter (pencil); dated August 8, 1910. 2 pp.

  • Accompanied by manuscript note [by Arthur Farwell]: “Part of a letter from Rudolph Gott to his brother George …” 1 p.
folder 39 Hanson, Howard, to Evelyn H. Davis.
Howard Hanson to Evelyn H. Davis. 1 letter (typescript); dated February 10, 1971. 1 p. Copies 2-3 (duplicate facsimiles). 2 pp.

  • Accompanied by envelope, with manuscript notes (pencil). 1 item.
folder 40 Koussevitsky, Olga, to Beatrice Patton.
Olga Koussevitsky to Beatrice Patton. 1 letter (ink); dated July 28, 1948. 1 p.

  • Correspondence pertains to The Heroic Breed.
folder 41 Mears, Ernestine Wyer.
Ernestine Wyer Mears to Kirk Brice. 3 letters (3 ink); dated January 26, 1955; January 13, 1955; May 2, 1955. 7 pp.
Ernestine Wyer Mears to unidentified correspondent. 1 letter (ink); dated November 23. 1 p.
Also in folder:

  • “The Farwells.” Typescript document containing Ernestine Mears’s recollections of Arthur Farwell, with annotations in ink. 4 pp.
  • “Family of Arthur George Farwell.” Typescript document “courtesy of Mrs. Ernestine Wyer Mears,” with annotations in ink. 3 pp.
folder 42 Millikan, Greta B., to Gertrude Farwell.
Greta B. Millikan to Gertrude Farwell. 1 letter (ink); dated October 1, 1927. 2 pp.
folder 43 Sheridan, James M., to Maude E. Creason.
James M. Sheridan to Maude E. Creason (State Employment Service). 1 letter (typescript); dated August 5, 1936. 1 p.

  • Correspondence pertains to Dyer Crist.
folder 44 Wannamaker, John S. (Associate Professor, Drake University), to/from Brice Farwell.
John S. Wannamaker to/from Brice Farwell. 3 letters (3 typescript); dated August 28, 1968; September 9, 1968; September 21, 1968. 3 pp.

  • Correspondence pertains to request copy O Captain, My Captain for chorus of mixed voices and piano for research purposes.
  • Separated from Box 5, Folder 12.

Sub-series B: Autograph Collection

folder 45

Ausfacher, Louis.
Louis Ausfacher to Arthur Farwell. 1 letter (ink); undated. 1 p.

  • See also Box 33, Folder 4, for additional correspondence from Louis Ausfacher.
folder 46 Balch, A.
A. Balch to Arthur Farwell. 1 letter (ink); dated October 22, 1927. 1 p.
folder 47

Barrère, George.
George Barrère to Arthur Farwell. 1 postcard (ink); dated August 9, 1899. 1 p.

  • See also Box 33, Folder 7, for additional correspondence from George Barrère.
folder 48 Bispham, David.
David Bispham to Arthur Farwell. 1 letter (ink); dated April 29, 1908. 1 p.
Charles L. Owen (Assistant Curator of Anthropology, Field Museum of Natural History) to David Bispham. 1 letter (typescript); dated March 18, 1910. 1 p.
folder 49

Bragdon, Claude.
Claude Bragdon to Arthur Farwell. 2 letters (2 ink); dated July 25, 1936; August 6, 1936. 4 pp.

  • See also Box 36, Folder 73, for additional correspondence from Claude Bragdon to Gertrude Farwell.
folder 50 Braun, Heinrich.
Heinrich Braun to Hans Pfitzner. 1 letter (ink); dated March 7, 1898. Letter torn in 4 sections.
folder 51 Brice, Kirk.
Kirk Brice to Arthur Farwell. 3 letters (3 ink); dated December 19, 1921; April 12, 1922; June 15, 1922. 6 pp.
folder 52 Burkhart, Charles.
Charles Burkhart to Arthur Farwell. 5 letters (5 ink); dated September 14, 1946; January 14, 1947; February 26, 1947; June 25, 1947; 1 undated. 9 pp.
folder 53

Burt, Struthers (Three River Ranch, Jackson Hole, WY).
Struthers Burt to Arthur Farwell. 1 letter (ink); dated September 18, 1937. 1 p.

  • Accompanied by envelope. 1 item.
folder 54 Busch, Carl.
Portrait of Carl Busch with a contrabass saxophone. 1 black and white photograph, 3” x 4.5”. Inscription on reverse: “For dear Arthur…”
folder 55 Butler, Stanley.
Stanley Butler to Arthur Farwell. 1 letter (typescript); dated July 14. 1 p.
folder 56

Bynner, Hal.
Hal Bynner to Arthur Farwell. 2 letters (1 ink, 1 typescript); dated January 9, 1934; September 21, 1937. 2 pp.

  • Letter dated September 21, 1937, accompanied by envelope. 1 item.
folder 57 Cadman, Charles Wakefield.
Charles Wakefield Cadman to Arthur Farwell. 1 letter (ink); dated September 14. 2 pp.
folder 58 Carnegie, Andrew.
Andrew Carnegie to Arthur Farwell. 1 letter (typescript); dated May 2, 1908. 1 p.
folder 59 Carter, Artie Mason.
Artie Mason Carter to Arthur Farwell. 3 letters (2 ink, 1 typescript); dated September 23, 1925; April 6, 1926; 1 undated. 5 pp.
folder 60 Chadwick, George Whitefield.
George Whitefield Chadwick to Arthur Farwell. 1 letter (ink); dated May 25, 1893. 1 p.
folder 61

Connelly, W. (Personal Service Division, Consolidated Edison Co.).
W. Connelly to Arthur Farwell. 1 letter (typescript); dated March 12, 1948. 1 p.

  • Correspondence consists of acknowledgement of payment.
folder 62 Converse, F[rederick] S.
F. S. Converse to Arthur Farwell. 1 letter (ink); dated April 23, 1906. 1 p.
folder 63 Coolidge, [Elizabeth Sprague].
Elizabeth Sprague (Mrs. Frederic Shurtleff) Coolidge to Arthur Farwell. 2 letters (2 typescript); dated December 17, 1926; January 6, 1927. 2 pp.
folder 64

Cox, Kenyon.
Kenyon Cox to Arthur Farwell. 1 letter (ink); dated May 13, 1895. 1 p.

  • Accompanied by envelope. 1 item.
folder 65 Cox, Louise.
Manuscript receipt for payment in exchange for bookcover design, signed (ink); undated. 1 p.
folder 66 Damrosch, Walter.
Walter Damrosch to/from Arthur Farwell. 3 letters (2 typescript, 1 ink); dated May 6, 1922; May 3, 1935; April 24. 3 pp.
folder 67 Davies, Arthur Bowen.
Arthur Bowen Davies to Arthur Farwell. 10 letters (10 ink, with 9 envelopes); dated August 31, 1900; October 4, 1900; October 16, 1900; December 9, 1900; January 6, 1901; January 30, 1901; May 16, 1901; September 8, 1901; 2 undated. 16 pp.
folder 68

Dixon, Edith Hamlin.
Edith Hamlin Dixon to Arthur Farwell. 1 letter (ink); dated April 29, 1948. 2 pp.

  • Accompanied by manuscript note [by Evelyn Davis Culbertson]; undated. 1 p.
folder 69 Dixon, Maynard.
Maynard Dixon to Arthur Farwell. 2 letters (2 pencil); dated June 12, 1946; June 29. 2 pp.
folder 70 Dole, Nathan Haskell.
Nathan Haskell Dole [to Arthur Farwell?]. 1 letter (ink); dated March 1925. 4 pp.
folder 71

 Downes, Olin (Music Critic, New York Times).
Olin Downes to Arthur Farwell. 4 letters (4 typescript); dated May 10, 1937; May 31, 1937; March 31, 1939; June 16, 1939. 4 pp.

  • See also Box 33, Folder 43, for additional correspondence to Olin Downes.
folder 72 Dunsany, Beatrice.
Beatrice Dunsany to Arthur Farwell. 1 letter (ink); dated May 12, 1922. 1 p.
folder 73

Emerson, Ellen T.
Ellen T. Emerson to Arthur Farwell. 1 letter (ink); dated August 2, 1895. 1 p.

  • Accompanied by envelope. 1 item.
folder 74 Fletcher, Alice.
Alice Fletcher to Arthur Farwell. 3 letters (3 ink); dated August 19, 1917; [December 1917]; February 18, 1923. 4 pp.
folder 75 Foote, Arthur.
Arthur Foote to Arthur Farwell. 4 letters (4 ink); 4 undated. 7 pp.
folder 76 Fremstad, Olive [Anna Olivia Rundquist].
Olive Fremstad to Arthur Farwell. 1 letter (typescript); dated November 23, 1917. 1 p.
folder 77 Ganz, Rudolph (President, Chicago Musical College).
Rudolph Ganz to Arthur Farwell. 1 letter (typescript); dated August 12, 1948. 1 p.
folder 78 Geddes, Norman Bel.
Normal Bel Geddes to Arthur Farwell. 1 letter (typescript); dated June 22, 1948. 1 p.
folder 79

Geronimo.
Autograph, in colored pencil. On reverse: manuscript notes (pencil and ink). 1 p.

  • Accompanied by draft of letter from Arthur Farwell to Mr. Zabach (pencil); undated. 1 p.
    • Correspondence pertains to autograph of Geronimo.
folder 80 Gest, Morris.
Morris Gest to Arthur Farwell. 2 letters (2 typescript); dated January 18, 1927; January 20, 1927. 2 pp.
folder 81 Gibran, Kahlil.
Kahlil Gibran to Arthur Farwell. 3 letters (3 ink); dated May 2, 1911; Monday [1911]; 1 undated (“Friday”). 3 pp.
folder 82 Gilbert, Henry F.
Henry F. Gilbert to Arthur Farwell. 2 letters (1 ink, 1 typescript); dated September 22, 1921; June 6, 1925. 3 pp.
folder 83

Gilman, Lawrence (New York Herald Tribune).
Lawrence Gilman to Arthur Farwell. 1 letter (typescript); dated May 2, 1925. 1 p.

  • See also Box 33, Folder 64, for correspondence from Arthur Farwell to Lawrence Gilman.

Box 36

folder 1 Griffes, Charles Tomlinson.
Charles Tomlinson Griffes to Arthur Farwell. 2 letters (2 ink); dated March 28, 1915; May 22, 1917. 4 pp.
folder 2 Grierson, Francis.
Francis Grierson to Arthur Farwell. 1 letter (ink); dated July 27. 1 p.
folder 3

Grun, James.
James Grun to Arthur Farwell. 1 note (ink); undated. 1 p.

  • Annotation in pencil at bottom of page [by Arthur Farwell]: “Form of acceptance – by Grun.”
folder 4 Guilmant, Alexandre.
Front cover of Alexandre Guilmant: Music for the Church Service, No. 1: Magnificat and Nunc dimittis (Partis, Durand et Cie, 1910). 1 p. Inscription in upper right hand corner (“à Monsieur Arthur Farwell…”).
Front cover of Alexandre Guilmant: Music for the Church Service, No. 4: Come unto Me, Anthem (Partis, Durand et Cie, 1910). 1 p. Inscription in upper right hand corner (“à Monsieur Arthur Farwell…”).
folder 5

Hale, George Ellery (Mount Wilson Observatory).
George E. Hale to Arthur Farwell. 11 letters (4 typescript, 7 ink); dated May 22, 1920; August 1, 1921; August 10, 1921; September 21, 1921; August 10, 1923; August 29, 1924; September 30, 1925; August 21, 1927; June 1, 1925; June 10, 1929; September 6, 1932. 17 pp.

  • Letters dated August 21, 1927, and June 1, 1928, accompanied by envelopes. 2 items.
folder 6

Hanson, Howard (Director, Eastman School of Music).
Howard Hanson to Arthur Farwell. 2 letters (2 typescript); dated August 17, 1934; April 8, 1936. 2 pp.

  • See also Box 34, Folder 3, for additional correspondence to/from Howard Hanson.
folder 7

Harris, Roy (Westminster Choir School; Utah State Agricultural College; Fellowship of American Composers).
Roy Harris to Arthur Farwell. 5 letters (2 ink, 3 typescript), 1 postcard (ink); dated [April 1937]; December 22, 1937; September 22, 1938; January 9, 1948; August 7, 1948; 1 undated. 7 pp.

  • See also Box 34, Folder 4, for additional correspondence to/from Roy Harris.

Also in folder:

  • Marriage contract between Hilde Hemmingway Harris and Roy Harris (ink); dated March 20, 1933. 1 p.
folder 8 Hartley, Marsden.
Marsden Hartley to Arthur Farwell. 2 letters (2 ink); 2 undated. 5 pp.
folder 9 Hawthorne, Julian.
Julian Hawthorne to Arthur Farwell. 1 letter (typescript); dated November 10, 1908. 1 p.
folder 10

Hayes, Roland.
Roland Hayes to Arthur Farwell. 2 letters (2 typescript); dated March 27, 1935; August 2, 1936. 2 pp.

  • See also Box 34, Folder 6, for correspondence from Arthur Farwell to Roland Hayes.
folder 11

Heyman, Katherine.
Katherine Heyman to Arthur Farwell. 4 letters (4 ink), 1 postcard (ink); dated January 15, 1932; June 1933; June 2, 1944; September 23, 1944; September 26, 1944. 11 pp.

  • Accompanied by publicity circular (“Katherine Ruth Heyman: Recent European Notices in Three Words”); undated. 1 p.
folder 12

Homer, Louise.
Louise Homer to Arthur Farwell. 1 letter (ink); dated July 18, 1908. 1 p.

  • Accompanied by envelope. 1 item.
folder 13 Hull, G. Stanley (Clark University).
G. Stanley Hull to Arthur Farwell. 1 letter (typescript); dated May 26, 1911. 1 p.
folder 14 Ide, Chester.
Chester Ide to Arthur Farwell. 1 letter (ink); dated June 20, 1938. 5 pp.
folder 15

Irving, Henry.
Henry Irving to Thomas Mott Osborne. 1 letter (ink); dated July 20, 1897. 1 p.

  • Accompanied by envelope. 1 item.
folder 16 Jarassy, A.
A. Jarassy [to Arthur Farwell]. 2 cards with Christmas greetings (ink); undated. 2 pp.
folder 17

Jones, Robert Edmond.
Robert Edmond Jones to Arthur Farwell. 3 letters (3 ink); dated October 3, 1937; October 21, 1944; October 25, 1944. 3 pp.

  • Letter dated October 3, 1937, accompanied by envelope. 1 item.
folder 18 Jonson, Raymond.
Address for Raymond Jonson (ink), in his own hand; undated. 1 p.
folder 19

Kahn, Otto H.
Otto H. Kahn to Arthur Farwell. 2 letters (2 typescript); dated March 10, 1926; November 21, 1927. 2 pp.
Otto H. Kahn to Gertrude Farwell. 2 letters (2 typescript); dated October 11, 1927; December 22, 1932. 2 pp.
Otto H. Kahn to Mrs. Rowell (President, Music School Settlement). 1 letter (typescript); dated August 2, 1915. 1 p.

  • Correspondence pertains to appointment of Arthur Farwell as director of the Music School Settlement.
folder 20

Kelley, Edgar Stillman.
Edgar Stillman Kelley to Arthur Farwell. 1 letter (ink); dated May 29, 1939. 2 pp.

  • Accompanied by envelope. 1 p.

Also in folder:

  • Manuscript sketches, titled “Macbeth music themes from Overture, Edgar Stillman Kelley” (ink); undated. 1 p.
folder 21 Kelley, Mrs. Edgar Stillman [Jesse Gregg Kelley] (Chairman of Orchestra and Opera Committee, National Federation of Musical Clubs).
Mrs. Edgar Stillman Kelley to Arthur Farwell. 1 letter (ink); dated September 28, 1921. 2 pp. Letter torn.
folder 22 Kennedy, Charles (Bennet School).
Charles Rann Kennedy to Arthur Farwell. 1 letter (typescript); dated September 15, 1937. 1 p.
folder 23 Kerr, Harrison.
Harrison Kerr to Arthur Farwell. 1 letter (ink); dated July 15, 1937. 2 pp.
folder 24 Kneisel, Franz.
Franz Kneisel to Arthur Farwell. 1 letter (ink); dated September 30, 1915. 1 p.
folder 25

Kreider, Noble.
Noble Kreider to Arthur Farwell. 6 letters (6 typescript), 1 postcard (ink); dated March 16, 1936; October 16, 1937; November 8, 1938; 4 undated. 10 pp.

  • See also Box 34, Folder 27, for additional correspondence to/from Noble Kreider.

Also in folder:

  • Charles F. Lummis to Arthur Farwell. 3 letters (2 ink, 1 typescript); dated January 31, 1926; November 20, 1926; May 16, 1904. 7 pp.
    • See also Box 34, Folder 33, for additional correspondence from Charles F. Lummis.
  • Envelope, labeled “Noble Kreider; Letters for Autograph Collection.” 1 item.
folder 26 Krueger, Karl (Conductor, Kansas City Philharmonic Orchestra; New Records Inc.).
Karl Krueger to Arthur Farwell. 2 letters (2 typescript); dated June 1, 1936; December 10, 1951. 2 pp.
folder 27

Lanier, Mary Day.
Mary Day Lanier to Arthur Farwell. 1 letter (ink); dated July 18, 1897. 2 pp.

  • Accompanied by envelope. 1 item.
folder 28 Lloyd, Frank (Director General, Pageant of Liberty).
Frank Lloyd to Arthur Farwell. 1 letter (typescript); dated July 10, 1926. 1 p.
folder 29

MacDowell, Edward.
Edward MacDowell to Arthur Farwell. 2 letters (2 ink); dated October 10, 1893; [April 5, 1895]. 4 pp.

  • Letter dated [April 5, 1895] torn in halves and accompanied by envelope with annotation by Arthur Farwell (ink). 1 item.
folder 30

MacDowell, Marian [Mrs. Edward].
Marian MacDowell to Arthur Farwell. 2 letters (2 ink); dated July 15, 1928; 1 undated. 5 pp.

  • Undated letter accompanied by envelope. 1 item.
folder 31

MacKaye, Percy.
Percy MacKaye to Arthur Farwell. 6 letters (6 ink); dated September 29, 1921; September 12, 1937; December 16, 1927; April 23, 1928; October 23, 1928; October 7, 1944. 9 pp.

  • Letter dated September 12, 1937, accompanied by envelope. 1 item.
folder 32 Mackenzie, Morell.
Morell Mackenzie to Arthur Farwell. 1 letter (ink); dated August 17, 1891. 2 pp.
folder 33

Mannes, David.
David Mannes to Arthur Farwell. 1 letter (typescript); dated March 7, 1927. 1 p.

  • Correspondence pertains to volume of songs for children edited by David Mannes and Louis Untermeyer.
folder 34

Merrill, Keith.
Keith Merrill to Arthur Farwell. 2 letters (2 typescript); dated February 3, 1949; February 21, 1949. 2 pp.

  • See also Box 34, Folder 37, for correspondence from Arthur Farwell to Keith Merrill.
folder 35 Millikan, Robert Andrews (California Institute of Technology).
Robert Andrews Millikan to Arthur Farwell. 1 letter (typescript); dated April 9, 1929. 1 p.
folder 36 Mochi, Ugo.
Address for Ugo Mochi (ink), [presumably in his own hand]; undated. 1 p.
folder 37 Monteux, Pierre.
Pierre Monteux to Arthur Farwell. 3 letters (2 typescript, 1 ink); dated November 22, 1935; December 11, 1935; March 15, 1938. 3 pp.
folder 38 Moore, Marianne (The Dial).
Marianne Moore to Arthur Farwell. 1 letter (typescript); dated August 22, 1927. 1 p.
folder 39 Mortimer, Myra.
Myra Mortimer to Arthur Farwell. 1 letter (ink); dated March 6, 1926. 3 pp.
folder 40 Nevin, Arthur.
Arthur Nevin to Arthur Farwell. 2 letters (2 ink); dated October 24, 1905; January 1, 1937. 4 pp.
folder 41 Nikisch, Arthur.
Autograph (ink); dated April 14, 1893. 1 p. On reverse: manuscript notes in pencil and ink.
Accompanied by manuscript note (pencil and ink); [dated April 14, 1893]: “This is what Nikisch said to me when I asked for his autograph …” 1 p. On reverse: manuscript notes in pencil and ink.
folder 42

Os-ke-non-ton.
Os-ke-non-ton to Arthur Farwell. 1 letter (ink); dated February 9, 1926. 2 pp.

  • Accompanied by concert program (recital by Os-ke-non-ton); dated April 5. 4 pp.
folder 43

Patterson, Angelica.
Angelica Patterson to “Friends.” 2 letters (2 ink); dated May 13, [1930]; 1 undated (“April 3”). 4 pp.

  • Letter dated “April 3” accompanied by duplicate facsimile with annotation in pencil by “E. F.” 1 p.

Angelica Patterson to Gertrude Farwell. 1 letter (ink); undated (“April 10”). 2 pp.

  • Accompanied by duplicate facsimile with annotation in pencil. 2 pp.
folder 44

Patton, Beatrice.
Beatrice Patton to Arthur Farwell. 2 letters (1 ink, 1 typescript); dated February 2, 1944; November 2, 1944. 2 pp.

  • Oversized item (letter dated January 3, 1946) separated; see Box 47, Folder 18.
folder 45 Peabody, George Foster.
George Foster Peabody to Arthur Farwell. 1 letter (typescript); dated August 10, 1925. 2 pp.
George Foster Peabody to William J. Gaynor. 1 letter (typescript); dated April 8, 1911. 1 p.
folder 46 Phillips, H. I. (Editorial Department, The Sun).
H. I. Phillips to Arthur Farwell. 1 letter (typescript); undated. 1 p.
folder 47

Poulenc, Francis.
Francis Poulenc to Arthur Farwell. 1 letter (ink), in French; dated March 3, 1950. 1 p.

  • Accompanied by envelope. 1 item.
folder 48

Proctor, Edna Dean.
Edna Dean Proctor to Arthur Farwell. 3 letters (3 ink); dated April 27, 1911; July 26, 1911; September 30, 1912. 6 pp.

  • Accompanied by “Love Song of the Omahas,” poem by Edna Dean Proctor (typescript); undated. 2 pp.
folder 49

Riaño, Juan (Royal Spanish Embassy, Washington, DC).
Juan Riaño to Arthur Farwell. 1 letter (typescript); dated January 8, 1926. 1 p.

  • Correspondence pertains to the “Old California Spanish-Mexican Song Fiesta,” Los Angeles, CA.
folder 50 Roos, Charles O.
Charles O. Roos to Arthur Farwell. 1 letter (typescript); dated January 25, 1936. 1 p.
folder 51 Rudhyar, Dane.
Dane Rudhyar to Arthur Farwell. 1 letter (typescript); dated November 14. 1 p.
folder 52

Sanborn, Frank.
Frank Sanborn to Arthur Farwell. 1 letter (ink); dated July 29, 1913. 1 p.

  • Accompanied by envelope. 1 item.
folder 53

Schilling, Ernest.
Ernest Schilling to Arthur Farwell. 1 letter (typescript); dated August 31, 1917. 1 p.

  • Correspondence pertains to proposal to form a Musicians’ Unit of the Red Cross.
folder 54 Schneider, Edward.
Edward Schneider to Arthur Farwell. 1 letter (ink); undated. 2 pp.
folder 55

Schuman, William.
Arthur Farwell to William Schuman. 1 letter (ink); dated December 12, 1947. 1 p.

  • See also Box 34, Folder 68, for additional correspondence from William Schuman to Arthur Farwell.
folder 56

Seton, Ernest T.
Ernest Seton to Arthur Farwell. 4 letters (2 ink, 2 typescript); dated June 29, 1908; August 24, 1908; September 7, 1908; October 27, 1908. 4 pp.

  • Letters dated August 24, 1908, and October 27, 1908, accompanied by envelopes. 2 items.
folder 57 Shapley, Harlow.
Harlow Shapley to Arthur Farwell. 1 letter (typescript); dated July 9, 1946. 1 p.
folder 58

Shepherd, Arthur.

Arthur Shepherd to Arthur Farwell. 12 letters (11 ink, 1 typescript); dated May 14, 1933; June 9, 1934; July 26, 1934; September 2, 1934; Christmas 1934; January 26, 1935; January 13, 1936; May 24, 1936; February 2, 1941; March 15, 1946; July 10, 1946; 1 undated. 37 pp.

  • Undated letter incomplete.
folder 59

Sikorsky, I. I. (Sikorsky Aircraft).
I. I. Sikorsky to Arthur Farwell. 2 letters (2 typescript); dated December 27, 1943; June 28, 1944. 2 pp.

folder 60 Sokolsky, George E.
George E. Sokolsky to Arthur Farwell. 2 letters (2 typescript); dated March 10, 1946; April 9, 1948. 2 pp.
folder 61 Sterling, George.
“Dirge.” Poem by George Sterling (ink); undated. 1 p.
folder 62 Taber, Julia Marlowe.
Calling card for Julia Marlowe Taber, with note (ink); undated. 1 p.
folder 63

Taylor, Deems (President, ASCAP).
Deems Taylor to Arthur Farwell. 1 letter (typescript); dated October 6, 1944. 1 p.

  • See also Box 35, Folder 13, for additional correspondence from Arthur Farwell to Deems Taylor.
folder 64 Thurburn, Henry.
Henry Thurburn to Arthur Farwell. 1 letter (ink); dated February 15, 1920. 2 pp.
folder 65 Towne, Charles Hanson.
Charles Hanson Towne to Arthur Farwell. 1 letter (typescript); dated November 15, 1937. 1 p.
folder 66 Trask, Katrina.
Katrina Trask [to Arthur Farwell]. 4 letters (4 ink); 4 undated. 10 pp.
folder 67

Updike, D. B. (Merrymount Press).
D. B. Updike to Arthur Farwell. 1 letter (typescript); dated March 29, 1932. 1 p.

  • Accompanied by envelope. 1 item.
folder 68 White, Clarence Cameron.
Clarence Cameron White to Arthur Farwell. 1 postcard (ink); dated July 7, 1949. 1 p.
folder 69 Whithorne, Emerson.
Emerson Whithorne to Arthur Farwell. 1 letter (ink); dated September 22, 1937. 1 p.
folder 70 Whitmer, Carl.
Carl Whitmer to Arthur Farwell. 2 letters (2 ink); dated May 25, 1937; December 31, 1950. 3 pp.
folder 71 Widdemer, Margaret.
Margaret Widdemer to Arthur Farwell. 2 letters (2 typescript); dated October 8, 1945; 1 undated. 2 pp.
folder 72

Wright, Frank Lloyd.
Frank Lloyd Wright to Arthur Farwell. 3 letters (3 typescript); dated May 28, 1933; July 21, 1933; 1 undated. 7 pp.

  • Letter dated July 21, 1933, and undated letter accompanied by envelopes. 2 items.
  • See also Box 35, Folder 33, for additional correspondence to/from Frank Lloyd Wright.
folder 73

Bragdon, Claude, to Gertrude Farwell.
Claude Bragdon to Gertrude Farwell. 1 letter (ink); dated May 23, 1936. 2 pp.

  • Accompanied by duplicate facsimile. 2 pp.
  • See also Box 35, Folder 49, for additional correspondence from Claude Bragdon to Arthur Farwell.
folder 74

Bryce, James, to Thomas Mott Osborne.
James Bryce to Thomas Mott Osborne. 1 letter (ink); dated July 20, 1897. 2 pp.

  • Accompanied by envelope. 1 item.
folder 75

Davidson, John Wells (Associate Editor, The Papers of Woodrow Wilson), to Evelyn Davis.
John Wells Davidson to Evelyn Davis. Facsimile of 1 letter (typescript); dated April 13, 1970. 1 p.
[Brice Farwell] to John Wells Davidson. Facsimile of 1 letter (typescript); dated July 5, 1970. 1 p.

  • Correspondence pertains to request to locate original of letter from Woodrow Wilson to Arthur Farwell; dated ca. May 12, 1914. (Letter not located among Arthur Farwell’s papers.)
folder 76

Hooker, Isabella Beecher, to Sara Farwell.
Isabella Beecher Hooker to Sara Farwell. 1 letter (ink); dated August 3, 1893. 2 pp.

  • Accompanied by envelope. 1 item.
folder 77

Ireland, John (Archbishop), to Sara Farwell.
Archbishop John Ireland to Sara Farwell. 1 letter (ink); dated January 25, 1895. 2 pp.

  • Accompanied by envelope. 1 p.
folder 78

Le Gallienne, Richard.
Richard Le Gallienne to unidentified correspondent (“Madame”). 1 letter (ink); dated December 27, 1908. 1 p.

  • Correspondence pertains to request to use verse by Richard Le Gallienne.
folder 79

Massenet, Jules, to Homer A. Norris.
Jules Massenet to Homer A. Norris. 1 letter (ink), in French; dated February 27, 1893. 2 pp.

  • Accompanied by envelope. 1 item.
folder 80

Osborne, Thomas Mott, to William J. Gaynor.
Thomas Mott Osborne to William J. Gaynor. 1 letter (typescript); dated April 18, 1911. 2 pp.

  • Correspondence consists of letter of recommendation on behalf of Arthur Farwell.
folder 81 Peabody, George, to R. C. Beadle.
George Foster Peabody to R. C. Beadle (Secretary). 1 letter (typescript); dated February 16, 1911. 1 p.
folder 82

Ward, Mrs. Herbert, to Sara Farwell.
Mrs. Herbert Ward to Sara Farwell. 1 letter (ink); dated April 9, 1902. 1 p.

  • Accompanied by envelope. 1 item.
folder 83

Watson, Orville E., to Mr. Torrance.
Orville E. Watson to Mr. Torrance. 1 letter (ink); dated January 30, 1895. 1 p.

  • Letter affixed to paper, with note “Sara G. Farwell, St. Paul, May 1885.” On reverse: “Give and Live.” Poem by Lucy Larcom (ink); undated. 1 p.
folder 84 Certificate from Reverend M. Gilbert.
Certificate “that Arthur Farwell received the apostolic rite of laying on of hands at a confirmation, held in St. Paul’s Church, St. Paul, Minn., by … M. N. Gilbert, Assistant Bishop of Minnesota …”; dated June 17, 1888. 1 p.
folder 85

Unidentified.
[Illegible] (Embajada de Mexico en los Estados Unidos de America) to Arthur Farwell. 1 letter (typescript); dated March 5, 1926. 1 p.

  • Correspondence pertains to the “Old California Spanish-Mexican Song Fiesta,” Los Angeles, CA.

[Illegible] to Arthur Farwell. 1 letter (ink); undated. 2 pp.
[Illegible] to Arthur Farwell. 1 letter (ink), on personal letterhead with address “49 Twenty-fourth Street, West”; undated. 2 pp.
[Illegible] to Arthur and Gertrude Farwell. 1 postcard (ink); dated October 18, 1941. 1 p.

  • Correspondence consists of invitation to art show at 20 Exchange Place. 1 p.

Envelope addressed to “Mrs. Geo. L. Farwell” from “[illegible] de Vittoria à la Schola Cantorum.” 1 item.
Illegible autograph (pencil). 1 p.

Series 8: Photographs

Sub-series A: 8 x 10 prints

Box 37

sleeve 1 Arthur Farwell, ca. 1900.
1 black and white photograph, 8” x 10”. Photograph attributed to Charles Lummis. Stamp on reverse: “Item #N. 24535, Southwest Museum Collection.”
sleeve 2 Arthur Farwell, 1921.
Portrait. 1 black and white photograph, 7” x 9.25”. Photograph attributed to the Mojonier Studio.
sleeve 3 Arthur Farwell, 1921.
Portrait. 1 black and white photograph, 7” x 9.25”. [Likely from photoshoot at the Mojonier Studio.]
sleeve 4 Arthur Farwell with Fannie Charles Dillon, 1925.
1 black and white photograph, 7.5” x 9.5”. Affixed to reverse: typescript caption for photograph. 1 p.
sleeve 5 Arthur Farwell with Fannie Charles Dillon, 1925.
1 black and white photograph, 7.5” x 9.5”. On reverse: “Big Bear Lake with Theater of the Stars (about 1920/5?).”
sleeve 6 Arthur Farwell, 1934.
1 black and white photograph, 8” x 10”. 4 prints. On reverse of print 1: “Photo taken circa 1934, East Lansing, MI.”
Negative for photograph housed in Box 43, Folder 1.
Oversized print separated; see Box 47, Folder 19.
sleeve 7 Arthur Farwell, 1934.
1 black and white photograph, 8” x 10”. On reverse: “1934 at East Lansing, Mich.”
sleeve 8 Arthur Farwell, 1940.
1 black and white photograph proof, 7” x 10”. Superimposed on image: “Proof Only, Globe Press-Photo.”
sleeve 9 Arthur Farwell, 1940.
1 black and white photograph proof, 7” x 10”. Superimposed on image: “Proof Only, Globe Press-Photo.”
sleeve 10 Arthur Farwell [with son? ca. 1940?].
1 black and white photograph, 8” x 10”. 2 prints. On reverse of print 1: “Sara.” On reverse of print 2: “Jon.”
sleeve 11 Arthur Farwell with lithographic press, [1938].
1 black and white photograph, 7.75” x 9.75”.
sleeve 12 Arthur Farwell with lithographic press, [1938].
1 black and white photograph, 7.25” x 9.5”. On reverse: “Arthur Farwell, ’93; Lithography; Lansing, Mich, 1938.”
sleeve 13 Gibran sketch of Arthur Farwell.
Sketch of Arthur Farwell by Khalil Gibran; dated May 5, 1911. Facsimile of original sketch, printed on photographic paper, 8” x 10”. 2 prints. Annotation on print 1: “Original is in collected Gibran works in Washington, DC.”
sleeve 14 Arthur Farwell’s room at MIT.
Photograph of corner of AF’s room in University Park, Boston; dated 1890-91. 1 black and white photograph, 5.25” x 8.5”. Photograph attributed to Arthur Farwell (“with camera made by himself”). Annotation on reverse.
sleeve 15 Interior scene of birth place.
Photograph of library in Arthur Farwell’s old home (birthplace) in St. Paul, MN; dated ca. 1888. 1 black and white photograph, 5.25” x 8.5”.
sleeve 16 Arthur Farwell’s birthplace, St. Paul, MN.
Photograph of exterior of Arthur Farwell’s birthplace, at Corner Grove and Olive St., St. Paul, MN; dated ca. 1888. 1 black and white photograph, 5.25” x 8.5”.
sleeve 17 Arthur Farwell’s violin.
Photograph of Arthur Farwell’s violin. 1 black and white photograph, 5.25” x 8.5”.
sleeve 18 Harry Barnhart.
Photograph of Harry Barnhart. 1 black and white photograph, 7.75” x 9.75”. Photograph attributed to White Studio, NY. On reverse: “Harry Barnhart ! lifelong friend.”
sleeve 19 Davis Bispham, 1909.
Photograph of Davis Bispham, with inscription to Arthur Farwell; inscription dated 1909. 1 black and white photograph, 6.75” x 8.75”. Photograph attributed to Arnold Genthe.
sleeve 20 Davis Bispham.
1 black and white photograph, 6.25” x 8.25”. Annotation on photograph: “#118, 1910.” On reverse: “New York Center, around 1909, when I went on ‘Musical America.’”
sleeve 21 Gertrude Farwell.
1 black and white photograph, 8” x 10”. Stamp on reverse: “Maryland Studio, Hotel Maryland, Pasadena, Cal.”
sleeve 22 Gertrude Farwell.
1 black and white photograph, 8” x 10”. Photograph attributed to Underwood & Underwood, New York.
sleeve 23 Gertrude Farwell, 1921-22.
1 black and white photograph, 5.75” x 9.5”. Photograph attributed to “Witz, L. A.” [Albert Witzel].
sleeve 24 Rudolph Gott.
1 black and white photograph, 2.5” x 4.75”, printed on photographic paper sized 8” x 10”. On reverse: “For permission to further reproduce for publication, please write … Performing Arts Research Center, NYPL.”
sleeve 25 James Grun.
1 black and white portrait, 2.25” x 3”, printed on photographic paper sized 8” x 10”. On reverse: “For permission to further reproduce for publication, please write … Performing Arts Research Center, NYPL.”
sleeve 26 Katherine Ruth Hegman.
1 black and white photograph, 5” x 7.75”.
sleeve 27 Englebert Humperdinck.
1 black and white photograph, 2.25” x 3.5”, printed on photographic paper sized 8” x 10”. On reverse: “For permission to further reproduce for publication, please write … Performing Arts Research Center, NYPL.”
sleeve 28 Fort Snelling, MN.
1 black and white photograph, 5.25” x 8.5”. Photograph attributed to Arthur Farwell, “on a camera made by himself; circa 1890.”
sleeve 29 Pasadena Community Chorus.
Photograph of Arthur Farwell conducting the Community Chorus and Orchestra, Brookside Park, Pasadena, CA; dated about 1923. 1 black and white photograph, 6.75” x 8.75”. Photograph attributed to Reynolds.
sleeve 30 Pasadena Community Chorus.
Photograph of Arthur Farwell with the Community Chorus and Orchestra, Brookside Park, Pasadena, CA; dated about 1923. 1 black and white photograph, 7.5” x 9”. Photograph attributed to Reynolds.
sleeve 31 Pasadena Community Chorus.
Photograph of Arthur Farwell conducting the Community Chorus and Orchestra, Brookside Park, Pasadena, CA; dated about 1923. 1 black and white photograph, 8” x 10”. Photograph attributed to Reynolds.
sleeve 32 Pilgrimage Play, 1921.
Photograph of the stage of the Pilgrimage Play, Hollywood, CA; undated. 1 black and white photograph, 7.5” x 9.5”. Photograph attributed to Evans.

  • See also Box 42, Sleeve 16, for similar print.
sleeve 33 Pilgrimage Play, 1921.
Photograph of Bertha Fiske as Mary Magdalena, Pilgrimage Play; dated 1921. 1 black and white photograph, 7.5” x 9.5”. Photograph attributed to [Albert] Witzel. Inscription on photograph “To Arthur Farwell with deepest regard.”
sleeve 34 Arthur Farwell in mountain setting.
Oversized photograph separated; see Box 47, Folder 20.
Negative for photograph housed in Box 43, Folder 3.
sleeve 35 1921 publicity photograph of Arthur Farwell.
Oversized photographs separated (2 images); see Box 47, Folders 21-22.

Box 38

sleeve 1 Primavera at Santa Barbara, 1920.
Photograph of stage and audience, from rehearsal for La Primavera; dated April 28, [1920]. 1 black and white photograph, 8” x 10”.
sleeve 2 Primavera, Santa Barbara, 1920.
Photograph of performers from scene in La Primavera; dated April 28, 1920. 1 black and white photograph, 8” x 10”.
sleeve 3 Primavera, Santa Barbara, 1920.
Photograph of performers on stage after rehearsal for La Primavera; dated April 28, 1920. 1 black and white photograph, 4” x 9.75”.
sleeve 4 Primavera, Santa Barbara, 1920.
Photograph of performers from scene in La Primavera; dated April 28, 1920. 1 black and white photograph, 8” x 10”.
sleeve 5 Primavera, Santa Barbara, 1920.
Photograph of performers from scene in La Primavera; dated April 28, 1920. 1 black and white photograph, 8” x 10”.
sleeve 6 Primavera, Santa Barbara, 1920.
Photograph of stage and audience, from public rehearsal for La Primavera; dated April 28, 1920. 1 black and white photograph, 5” x 8”.
sleeve 7 Russian River, CA, Twilight of the Kings, 1918.
Photograph of performance of The Twilight of the Kings by the Bohemian Club Grove, in Russian River, CA. 1 black and white photograph, 7” x 10”.

  • See also Box 42, Sleeve 17, for duplicate prints.
sleeve 8 St. Johnsbury Pageant, 1912.
Photograph of orchestra and chorus at the music shed for the pageant of St. Johnsbury (Arthur Farwell in left foreground); dated 1912. 1 black and white photograph, 8” x 10”.

  • See also Box 40, Sleeve 34, for duplicate print.
sleeve 9 St. Johnsbury Pageant, 1912.
Photograph of “Civil War episode,” from the pageant of St. Johnsbury; dated 1912. 1 black and white photograph, 8” x 10”.

  • See also Box 40, Sleeve 37, for duplicate print.
sleeve 10 Masque of St. Louis, 1914.
Photograph of scene from Percy MacKaye’s Masque of St. Louis; dated 1914. 1 black and white photograph, 7.5” x 10.25”.
sleeve 11 Masque of St. Louis, 1914.
Photograph of “Mayan dancers” scene from Percy MacKaye’s Masque of St. Louis; dated 1914. 1 black and white photograph, 8” x 10.5”.
sleeve 12 St. Louis Pageant.
Photograph of scene depicting “return of Doniphau’s Expedition” from Percy MacKaye’s Masque of St. Louis; undated. 1 black and white photograph, 4” x 9.75”. Photograph attributed to Schweig, Art Nouveau Photo.
sleeve 13 St. Louis Pageant.
Photograph of “The Mound Builders” scene from Percy MacKaye’s Masque of St. Louis; undated. 1 black and white photograph, 4” x 9.25”. Photograph attributed to Schweig, Art Nouveau Photo.
sleeve 14 St. Louis Pageant.
Photograph of the “arrival of Marquette and Joliet” scene from Percy MacKaye’s Masque of St. Louis; undated. 1 black and white photograph, 4” x 9.5”. Photograph attributed to Schweig, Art Nouveau Photo.
sleeve 15 St. Paul Winter Carnival, 1887.
Photograph of the ice palace at the 1887 St. Paul Winter Carnival. 1 black and white photograph with typescript caption, 8” x 10”. On reverse: “A. F. saw these, as a young boy.”
sleeve 16 St. Paul Winter Carnival, 1889.
Photograph of the ice palace at the 1886 St. Paul Winter Carnival. 1 black and white photograph with typescript caption, 8” x 10”.
sleeve 17 Theater of the Stars.
Photograph of unspecified performance. 1 black and white photograph, 8” x 10”.
sleeve 18 Theater of the Stars.
Photograph of the audience at the Theater of the Stars, Big Bear Lake, Fawnskin, CA; dated about 1924. 1 black and white photograph, 7.5” x 9.5”.
sleeve 19 Theater of the Stars.
Photograph of performance of Arthur Farwell’s The March of Man, Big Bear Lake, Fawnskin, CA; undated. 1 black and white photograph, 7.5” x 9.5”.
sleeve 20 Theater of the Stars.
Photograph of “a twilight perspective of the ‘back drop’ of the Theater of the Stars,” Big Bear Lake, Fawnskin, CA; undated. 1 black and white photograph, 8” x 10”.
sleeve 21 Theater of the Stars.
Photograph of audience for unidentified performance at the Theater of the Stars, Big Bear Lake, Fawnskin, CA; undated. 1 black and white photograph, 8” x 10”.
sleeve 22 Theater of the Stars.
Photograph of audience for unidentified performance at the Theater of the Stars, Big Bear Lake, Fawnskin, CA; undated. 1 black and white photograph, 7.5” x 9.5”. 2 prints.
sleeve 23 Theater of the Stars.
Photograph of audience for unidentified performance at the Theater of the Stars, Big Bear Lake, Fawnskin, CA; undated. 1 black and white photograph, 7.5” x 9.5”.
sleeve 24 Theater of the Stars.
Photograph of unidentified performance at the Theater of the Stars, Big Bear Lake, Fawnskin, CA; undated. 1 black and white photograph, 7” x 9”. Photograph attributed to Dickson & Thurber.
sleeve 25 Theater of the Stars.
Photograph of the Cauldron Club, Roy V. Rhodes, conductor, at the Theater of the Stars, Big Bear Lake, Fawnskin, CA; undated. 1 black and white photograph, 7.5” x 9.5”. Photograph attributed to Dickson & Thurber.
sleeve 26 Theater of the Stars.
Photograph of unidentified performance at the Theater of the Stars, Big Bear Lake, Fawnskin, CA; undated. 1 black and white photograph, 8” x 10”.
sleeve 27 Theater of the Stars.
Photograph of large rock at Big Bear Lake, Fawnskin, CA (“60 foot monolith – a detail in the stage of the Theater of the Stars”); undated. 1 black and white photograph, 8” x 10”.
sleeve 28 Theater of the Stars – March of Man.
Photograph of the performers in The March of Man (among those in photograph: Arthur Farwell, Gertrude Farwell, Vernon Stiles, and Calmon Luboviski); dated September 6, 1925. 1 black and white photograph, 7.5” x 9.5”. 4 prints.
sleeve 29 Theater of the Stars – March of Man.
2 photographs of unidentified scene from The March of Man; undated. 2 black and white photographs, 8” x 10”.
sleeve 30 Theater of the Stars – March of Man.
Photograph of unidentified scene from The March of Man; undated. 1 black and white photograph, 7.5” x 9.5”. 2 prints.
sleeve 31 Theater of the Stars – March of Man.
Photograph of the “flashlight scene” from The March of Man; undated. 1 black and white photograph, 7.5” x 9.5”. 3 prints.
sleeve 32 Theater of the Stars – March of Man.
Photograph of unidentified scene from The March of Man; undated. 1 black and white photograph, 7.5” x 9.5”.
sleeve 33 Triumph of Bohemia, 1907.
Photograph labeled “Triumph of Bohemia 1907; Book by George Sterling; Music by E. F. Schneider.” 1 black and white photograph, 6” x 8”.
sleeve 34 Unidentified Woodland Scene – prize winning.
Photograph of unidentified man in woodland scene; dated 1892. 1 black and white photograph, 5.25” x 8.5”. Photograph attributed to Arthur Farwell. Manuscript note on reverse: “1st prize: general excellence; 2nd prize: artistic merit; Tech Photo Society, 1892 July.”
photos 35-38 “A. F.”
Oversized photographs (publicity photographs of mountain scenes) separated; see Box 54, Folders 2-5.

Sub-series B: 5 x 7 prints

Box 39

sleeve 1 Arthur Farwell, 5-6 years.
Portrait of Arthur Farwell; undated. 1 black and white photograph, 4.25” x 6.5”. Photograph attributed to C. A. Zimmerman, St. Paul, MN.
sleeve 2 Arthur Farwell, 7-8 years.
Portrait of Arthur Farwell; undated. 1 black and white photograph, 4.25” x 6.5”. Photograph attributed to C. A. Zimmerman, St. Paul, MN.
sleeve 3 Arthur Farwell, 1899.
Portrait of Arthur Farwell; dated 1899. 1 black and white photograph, 5” x 7.25”. Photograph attributed to Elmer Chickering.
sleeve 4 Arthur Farwell, 1892.
Portrait of Arthur Farwell; dated 1892. 1 black and white photograph, 4.25” x 6.5”. Photograph attributed to Hardy.
sleeve 5 Arthur Farwell, undated.
Portrait of Arthur Farwell; undated. 1 black and white photograph, 4.25” x 6.5”. Photograph attributed to the Notman Photographic Co.
sleeve 6 Arthur Farwell, 1893.
Portrait of Arthur Farwell; dated 1893. 1 black and white photograph, 4.25” x 6”.
sleeve 7 Arthur Farwell, ca. 1900.
Portrait of Arthur Farwell; dated ca. 1900. 1 black and white photograph, 4” x 5.5”.
sleeve 8 Arthur Farwell, ca. 1901.
Portrait (profile) of Arthur Farwell; dated ca. 1901. 1 black and white photograph, 5.25” x 7.25”. Photograph attributed to Purdy
sleeve 9 Arthur Farwell’s room at MIT, 1889-1890.
Photograph of corner of study in Union Park, Boston, MA; dated 1889-1890. 1 black and white photograph, 5” x 7”.
sleeve 10 Arthur Farwell with Chief Eagle Plume, 1935.
Photograph of Chief Eagle Plume and Arthur Farwell examining sheet music published by the Wa-Wan Press; dated 1935. 1 black and white photograph, 3.75” x 6”.
sleeve 11 Harry Barnhart.
Portrait of Harry Barnhart. 1 black and white photograph, 4.75” x 6.75”. Photograph attributed to Harris & Ewing.
sleeve 12 Sarah J. Farmer.
Photograph of Sarah J. Farmer and “the last of the Hutchinson Family of singers,” Greenacre, near Portsmouth, NH; undated. 1 black and white photograph, 5.25” x 7”.
sleeve 13 George Lyman Farwell.
Portrait of George Lyman Farwell. 1 black and white photograph, 4.25” x 6.5”. Photograph attributed to C. A. Zimmerman, Saint Paul, MN.
sleeve 14 Sidney Emerson Farwell, Sarah Farwell, George Farwell.
Photograph of Sidney Farwell, Sarah Farwell, and George Farwell, Mackinaw Island; dated summer of 1894. 1 black and white photograph, 4.25” x 5.25”.
sleeve 15 Sarah Farwell.
Portrait of Sarah Farwell; dated 1889. 1 black and white photograph, 4.25” x 6.5”. Photograph attributed to Fredricks & Koester.
sleeve 16 Sarah Farwell.
Portrait of Sarah Farwell; dated ca. 1873 or 1874. 1 black and white photograph, 4.25” x 6.5”. Photograph attributed to C. A. Zimmerman.
sleeve 17 Sarah Farwell.
Portrait of Sarah Farwell; dated 1891. 1 black and white photograph, 4.25” x 6.5”. Photograph attributed to C. A. Zimmerman.
sleeve 18 Sarah Farwell.
Portrait of Sarah Farwell; undated [1880s]. 1 black and white photograph, 4.25” x 6.5”. Photograph attributed to C. A. Zimmerman.
sleeve 19 Sarah Farwell.
Portrait of Sarah Farwell; dated 1889. 1 black and white photograph, 4.25” x 6.5”. Photograph attributed to Fredricks & Koester.
sleeve 20 Fran Engelbert Humperdinck.
Portrait of Fran Engelbert Humperdinck; undated. 1 black and white photograph, 4.25” x 6.5”. Photograph attributed to Giovanni Marziani.
sleeve 21 Noble Kreider.
Photograph of Noble Kreider; undated. 1 black and white photograph, 4.5” x 6.5”. Inscription on photograph from Noble Kreider.
sleeve 22 Noble Kreider.
Photograph of Noble Kreider; dated ca. 1920s. 1 black and white photograph, 4” x 5.75”.
sleeve 23 Noble Kreider.
Photograph of Noble Kreider; undated. 1 black and white photograph, 4.5” x 6.25”. Photograph inscribed “For Arthur, Noble.”
sleeve 24 Charles O. Roos, 1923.
Photograph of Charles O. Roos; dated 1923. 1 black and white photograph, 3.5” x 5.5”. Photograph inscribed to Arthur Farwell. On reverse: stamp for postcard usage.
sleeve 25 J. Heber Smith, 1891.
Portrait of J. Heber Smith; dated May 21, 1891. 1 black and white photograph, 4” x 6.5”. Photograph attributed to A. Marshall.
Duplicate print of photograph in Sleeve 26.
sleeve 26 J. Heber Smith, 1891.
Portrait of J. Heber Smith; dated May 21, 1891. 1 black and white photograph, 4” x 6.5”. Photograph attributed to A. Marshall. On reverse: annotation in ink.
Duplicate print of photograph in Sleeve 25.
sleeve 27 California Field.
Photograph from performance by 7,000 children, Arthur Farwell, conductor, at California Field; dated “September 18.” 1 black and white photograph, 4.5” x 6.5”. Photograph attributed to McCullagh Studio.
Duplicate print of photograph in Sleeve 29.
sleeve 28 California Field.
Photograph from performance at California Field; undated. 1 black and white photograph, 4.5” x 6.5”. Photograph attributed to McCullagh Studio.
sleeve 29 California Field.
Photograph from performance at California Field; undated. 1 black and white photograph, 4.5” x 6.5”. Photograph attributed to McCullagh Studio.
Duplicate print of photograph in Sleeve 27.
sleeve 30 California Masque, 1918.
Photograph from rehearsal of California, a Masque of Song; dated 1918. 2 black and white photographs, 5” x 6.75”. 2 prints of each photograph (4 total prints).
sleeve 31 Berkeley – California Masque, 1918.
Photograph from rehearsal of California, a Masque of Song, Greek Theater, University of California at Berkeley; dated 1918. 1 black and white photograph, 5” x 6.75”. 2 prints.

Box 40

sleeve 1 Canal lock.
Photograph of the Sault Ste. Marie Canal; undated. 1 black and white photograph, 4.25” x 5.25”.
sleeve 2 Canal lock, 1888-90.
Photograph of the Sault Ste. Marie Canal; dated ca. 1888-1890. 1 black and white photograph, 4.25” x 5.25”. Photograph attributed to Arthur Farwell.
sleeve 3 Fawnskin.
Photograph of forest near Fawnskin, CA; undated. 1 black and white photograph, 3.5” x 5.75”. Photograph attributed to Hawkeye Co.
sleeve 4 Fawnskin.
Photograph of forest near Fawnskin, CA; undated. 1 black and white photograph, 3.5” x 5.75”.
sleeve 5 Fawnskin.
Photograph of forest near Fawnskin, CA; undated. 1 black and white photograph, 3.5” x 5.75”. Photograph attributed to Hawkeye Co.
sleeve 6 Fawnskin.
Photograph of forest near Fawnskin, CA; undated. 1 black and white photograph, 3.5” x 5.75”.
sleeve 7 Fawnskin.
Photograph of forest near Fawnskin, CA; undated. 1 black and white photograph, 3.5” x 5.75”.
sleeve 8 Fawnskin.
Photograph of Bear Valley from the rim of the amphitheater, Fawnskin, CA; undated. 1 black and white photograph, 3.5” x 5.75”.
sleeve 9 Fawnskin.
Photograph of forest near Fawnskin, CA; undated. 1 black and white photograph, 3.5” x 5.75”.
sleeve 10 Fawnskin.
Photograph of forest near Fawnskin, CA; undated. 1 black and white photograph, 3.5” x 5.75”. Photograph attributed to Hawkeye Co.
sleeve 11 Fawnskin.
Photograph of forest near Fawnskin, CA; undated. 1 black and white photograph, 3.5” x 5.75”.
sleeve 12 Fawnskin.
Photograph of forest near Fawnskin, CA; undated. 1 black and white photograph, 3.5” x 5.75”.
sleeve 13 Fawnskin.
Photograph of forest near Fawnskin, CA; undated. 1 black and white photograph, 3.5” x 5.75”.
sleeve 14 “Mackinaw? ca. 1888.”
Photograph of three unidentified individuals at Arch Rock, Mackinac Island, MI; dated ca. 1888. 1 black and white photograph, 4.25” x 5.25”. Photograph attributed to Arthur Farwell.
sleeve 15 “Mackinaw? ca. 1888”
Photograph of shoreline of Mackinac Island, MI; dated ca. 1888. 1 black and white photograph, 4.25” x 5.25”. Photograph attributed to Arthur Farwell. Annotation by Brice Farwell on reverse: “probably Lake Superior near Baptism River summer place of AF’s family – or near Mackinaw.”
sleeve 16 Sara Farwell at Pageant of Meriden, 1913-14.
Photograph of Sara Wyer Farwell and Elizabeth Wyer (lower right) at the Pageant of Meriden, NH; dated 1913-14. 1 black and white photograph, 4.75” x 6.5”. 3 prints. Copy 1 damaged.
sleeve 17 Meriden Pageant, 1913
Photograph of “The Birds” episode from the Meriden Pageant, NH; dated 1913. 1 black and white photograph, 4.75” x 6.5”.
sleeve 18 Meriden Pageant, Arthur Farwell conducting, 1913.
Photograph of Arthur Farwell conducting the orchestra for the Meriden Pageant; dated 1913. 1 black and white photograph, 4.75” x 6.5”.

  • See also Box 42, Sleeve 14, for duplicate print.
sleeve 19 Pilgrimage Play, 1921.
Photograph of Jesus and the Madman from The Pilgrimage Play, the Story of the Christ, op. 58; dated 1921. 1 black and white photograph, 5” x 7”.

  • See also Box 42, Sleeve 16, for duplicate prints.
sleeve 20 Pilgrimage Play, 1921.
Photograph of scene wherein Jesus appears before Pilate from The Pilgrimage Play; dated 1921. 1 black and white photograph, 5” x 7”.
sleeve 21 Pilgrimage Play, 1921.
Photograph of John the Baptist from The Pilgrimage Play; dated 1921. 1 black and white photograph, 5” x 7”.
sleeve 22 Pilgrimage Play, 1921.
Portrait of the actor portraying Jesus in The Pilgrimage Play (“Frost”); undated. 1 black and white photograph, 4” x 5”. Photograph attributed to [Albert] Witzel.
sleeve 23 Pilgrimage Play, 1921.
Photograph of the members of the chorus for The Pilgrimage Play; dated 1921. 1 black and white photograph, 3.5” x 5.75”.

  • See also Box 42, Sleeve 16, for duplicate print.
sleeve 24 Pilgrimage Play, 1921.
Photograph of scene from The Pilgrimage Play (“adulterous woman &”); dated 1921. 1 black and white photograph, 5” x 7”.
sleeve 25 Pilgrimage Play, 1921.
Photograph of scene from The Pilgrimage Play (“Jesus & the children”); dated 1921. 1 black and white photograph, 5” x 7”.
sleeve 26 Pilgrimage Play, 1921.
Photograph of scene from The Pilgrimage Play depicting the resurrected Jesus appearing to a crowd; dated 1921. 1 black and white photograph, 5” x 7”.
sleeve 27 Pilgrimage Play, 1921.
Photograph of scene from The Pilgrimage Play (“Samaritan Woman”); dated 1921. 1 black and white photograph, 5” x 7”.
sleeve 28 Pilgrimage Play, 1921.
Photograph of scene from The Pilgrimage Play depicting unidentified woman; dated 1921. 1 black and white photograph, 5” x 7”.
sleeve 29 Pilgrimage Play, 1921.
Photograph of scene from The Pilgrimage Play (“Pilate: who should I release to you”); dated 1921. 1 black and white photograph, 5” x 7”.
sleeve 30 Pilgrimage Play, 1921.
Photograph of scene from The Pilgrimage Play (“Before Pilate”); dated 1921. 1 black and white photograph, 5” x 7”.
sleeve 31 Hollywood–Pilgrimage Play, 1920-22.
Photograph of scene from The Pilgrimage Play (“Suffer the little children to come unto me”); dated 1920-22. 1 black and white photograph, 5” x 7”.
sleeve 32 Hollywood–Pilgrimage Play.
Photograph of scene from The Pilgrimage Play (“Palm Sunday”); dated ca. 1920-22. 1 black and white photograph, 5” x 7”.
sleeve 33 St. Johnsbury Pageant.
Photograph of scene from the St. Johnsbury Pageant; undated. 1 black and white postcard, 3.5” x 5.5”. On reverse: “Interlude (3 x 4); Nature ­– Field & Stream; Spirits of the Valley; Spirits of the River; Spirits of the Future.”
sleeve 34 St. Johnsbury Pageant.
Photograph of the chorus and orchestra for the St. Johnsbury Pageant; undated. 1 black and white postcard, 3.5” x 5.5”. On reverse: “St. Johnsbury Pageant Music Stand.”

  • See also Box 38, Sleeve 8, for duplicate print.
sleeve 35 St. Johnsbury Pageant.
Photograph of the finale from the St. Johnsbury Pageant; undated. 1 black and white photograph, 3.25” x 5.5”. Caption on photo: “The Quality Art Store. No. 19-A.”

  • See also Box 42, Sleeve 18, for duplicate print.
sleeve 36 St. Johnsbury Pageant.
Photograph of scene from the St. Johnsbury Pageant; undated. 1 black and white postcard, 3.5” x 5.5”.
sleeve 37 St. Johnsbury Pageant.
Photograph of scene from the St. Johnsbury Pageant (“episode 8”); undated. 1 black and white postcard, 3.5” x 5.5”.

  • See also Box 38, Sleeve 9, for duplicate print.
sleeve 38 St. Johnsbury Pageant.
Photograph of the finale from the St. Johnsbury Pageant; undated. 1 black and white photograph, 3.25” x 5.5”. Caption on photo: “[illegible] Art Store. No. 31-B.”
sleeve 39 Pageant of St. Louis.
Photograph of riverbank, St. Louis, MO; undated. 1 black and white photograph, 3.5” x 7”.
sleeve 40 Santa Barbara.
Photograph of the audience and orchestra at the Christmas Community Concert; dated December 28, 1919. 1 black and white photograph, 3.5” x 5.75”.
sleeve 41 Santa Barbara.
Photograph of the Santa Barbara Community Chorus with Arthur Farwell, conductor; dated April 18, 1920. 1 black and white photograph, 3.5” x 5.5”. On reverse: “at the Ojai.”
sleeve 42 Santa Barbara, A. F. conducting.
Photograph of performance by the Santa Barbara Community Chorus with Arthur Farwell, conductor; dated April 18, 1920. 1 black and white photograph, 3.5” x 5.5”. On reverse: “at the Ojai.”
sleeve 43 Santa Barbara, A. F. conducting.
Photograph of the Santa Barbara Community Chorus with Arthur Farwell, conductor; dated April 18, 1920. 1 black and white photograph, 3.5” x 5.5”. On reverse: “at the Ojai.”
sleeve 44 A. F. conducting, Santa Barbara, 1920.
Photograph of Arthur Farwell conducting the Santa Barbara Community Chorus; dated April 18, 1920. 1 black and white photograph, 3.5” x 5.5”. 2 prints. On reverse of print 1: “at the Ojai.”
sleeve 45 A. F. conducting, Santa Barbara, 1920.
Photograph of Arthur Farwell conducting the Santa Barbara Community Chorus; dated April 18, 1920. 1 black and white photograph, 3.5” x 5.5”. 2 prints. On reverse of print 1: “at the Ojai.”
sleeve 46 A. F. conducting, Santa Barbara, 1920.
Photograph of Arthur Farwell conducting the Santa Barbara Community Chorus; dated April 18, 1920. 1 black and white photograph, 3.5” x 5.5”. 2 prints. On reverse of print 1: “at the Ojai.”
sleeve 47 Theater of the Stars.
Photograph of unidentified performance at the Theater of the Stars, [Big Bear Lake, Fawnskin, CA]; undated. 1 black and white photograph, 4” x 5.5”.
sleeve 48 Theater of the Stars.
Photograph of unidentified performance at the Theater of the Stars, [Big Bear Lake, Fawnskin, CA]; undated. 1 black and white photograph, 5” x 6.5”. On reverse: “Caption: Dramas in the night, where the actors appear in [illegible] and wooded depths. A dramatic fantasy at Fawnskin, hinting at the possibilities of the mountain stage.”

Sub-series C: 4 x 5 prints

Box 41

sleeve 1 Arthur Farwell (earliest known).
Portrait of Arthur Farwell as a young child; undated. 1 black and white photograph, 2.5” x 3.75”. Photograph attributed to Chas. W. Stiff.
sleeve 2 Arthur and Sidney Farwell, late 1880s.
Photograph of Arthur Farwell and Sidney Farwell practicing some legerdemain; dated ca. late 1880s. 1 black and white photograph, 4” x 5”.
sleeve 3 Arthur and Sidney Farwell, Baptism Falls.
Photograph of Arthur Farwell and Sidney Farwell “clowning around”; undated. 1 black and white photograph, 4” x 5”. On reverse: “Baptism River Scenery.”
sleeve 4 Arthur Farwell, 1888.
Photograph of Arthur Farwell, St. Paul, MN; dated 1888. 1 black and white photograph, 4” x 5”. On reverse: “Flash-light … I made this camera – recording lithograph, etc.”
sleeve 5 Arthur Farwell and Friends, ca. 1890.
Portrait of J. Howland Gardner, R. H. Kirk, Dick Belden, and Arthur Farwell; undated [ca. 1890]. 1 black and white photograph, 2.5” x 5”. Photograph attributed to [H. F.] Holland, Boston.
sleeve 6-7 Arthur Farwell and Friends, 1891.
Portrait of Arthur Farwell, John H, Gardner, and Heiichiro Mahi; dated 1891. 1 black and white photograph, 1.75” x 3.25”. Photograph attributed to [H. F.] Holland. 2 prints.
sleeve 8 Arthur Farwell, 1898.
Portrait of Arthur Farwell; dated July 7, 1898. 1 black and white photograph, 2.5” x 4”. Photograph attributed to Carl Daiber. On reverse: “while studying with Englebert Humperdinck.”
sleeve 9 Arthur Farwell at Grand Rapids, ca. 1908.
Photograph of Arthur Farwell, Henry K. Hadley, and Arthur Shepherd, Grand Rapids, MI; dated “about 1908.” 1 black and white photograph, 4.25” x 5”.
sleeve 10 Arthur Farwell, ca. 1910.
Photograph of Spencer Trask, [Katrina Trask?], and Arthur Farwell, Yaddo, Saratoga Springs, NY; dated ca. 1906-1911. 1 black and white photograph, 3.75” x 4.5”.
sleeve 11 Arthur Farwell, 1913.
Photograph of Arthur Farwell; dated November 1913. 1 black and white photograph, 2.5” x 2.5”.
sleeve 12 Arthur Farwell, 1925.
Photograph of Arthur Farwell with two unidentified individuals, Big Bear Lake, Fawnskin, CA; dated 1925. 1 black and white photograph, 3” x 4.5”.
sleeve 13 Arthur Farwell, 1927.
Photograph of Arthur Farwell and Lewis Richards, Santa Monica, CA; dated August 1927. 1 black and white photograph, 2.75” x 4.5”.
sleeve 14 Arthur Farwell, Newton Center, MA.
Photograph of Arthur Farwell, Newton Center, MA; undated September 1907. 1 black and white photograph, 3.5” x 5”.
sleeve 15 Arthur Farwell, 1930.
Photograph of Arthur Farwell, Michael Press, Fred Killean, Lewis Richards, and Zinory Kogan in academic regalia, East Lansing, MI; dated 1930. 1 black and white photograph, 2.5” x 2.5”.
sleeve 16 Arthur Farwell and son, ca. 1940.
Photograph of Arthur Farwell and Arthur Farwell, Jr., Michigan State College; undated (ca. 1940). 1 black and white photograph, 3” x 4.25”.
sleeve 17 St. Paul, Arthur Farwell’s neighborhood.
Photograph of Arthur Farwell’s neighborhood in St. Paul, MN; dated ca. 1888-1890. 1 black and white photograph, 4” x 5”.
sleeve 18 St. Paul birthplace, interior.
Photograph of the interior of Arthur Farwell’s childhood home/birthplace, St. Paul, MN; dated ca. 1887 or 1888. 1 black and white photograph, 4” x 5”.
sleeve 19 Baptism Falls home.
Photograph of house exterior; undated. 1 black and white photograph, 4” x 5”. On reverse: “Exterior of summer place – Baptism River (?).”
sleeve 20 Arthur Farwell’s birthplace.
Photograph of the exterior of Arthur Farwell’s childhood home/birthplace; undated [ca. 1889-1890]. 1 black and white photograph, 4” x 5”. Photograph attributed to Arthur Farwell.
sleeve 21 Farwell Business, ca. 1990.
Photograph of the exterior of the Farwell, Ozmun, Kirk & Co. building, St. Paul, MN; dated 1991. 1 color photograph, 3.5” x 5”.
sleeve 22 Farwell Friends, ca. 1888.
Photograph of George Farwell, Sidney Farwell, Sara Farwell, and Arthur Farwell, with four unidentified individuals; dated ca. 1888. 1 black and white photograph, 4” x 5”.
Photograph of George Farwell, Sidney Farwell, and Sara Farwell, with five unidentified individuals (including the same group as previous photograph); dated ca. 1888. 1 black and white photograph, 4” x 5”. Photograph attributed to Arthur Farwell.
sleeve 23 Farwell Friends, ca. 1889.
Photograph of 10 unidentified individuals (friends of Arthur Farwell); undated [ca. 1889]. 1 black and white photograph, 4” x 5”. Photograph attributed to Arthur Farwell.
sleeve 24 Arthur Farwell with Harry Barnhart, 1920s.
Photograph of Arthur Farwell with Harry Barnhart, Big Bear Lake, Fawnskin, CA; dated “early 1920s.” 1 black and white photograph, 2.75” x 4.5”.
sleeve 25 Arthur Farwell with Sergei Rachmaninoff, 1919.
2 photographs of Gertrude Farwell, Arthur Farwell, Sergei Rachmaninoff, and unnamed daughter of Sergei Rachmaninoff, Menlo Park, CA; dated 1919. 2 black and white photographs, 3.25” x 5”.
sleeve 26 Friends of Arthur Farwell, Shadow Falls, [MN], 1889.
Photograph of 7 unidentified individuals (Minnesota senior class of Baldwin English and Classical Seminary), Shadow Falls, St. Paul, MN; dated 1889. 1 black and white photograph, 4” x 5”.
sleeve 27 Geo. Farwell et al., Baptism River, 1889-90.
Photograph of George Farwell, [Miss Bailey], [Mrs. Bailey], Sara Farwell, Sidney Farwell, and [Alexander Mason]; undated [1889-1890]. 1 black and white photograph, 4” x 5”. Photograph attributed to Arthur Farwell. On reverse: “Interior of summer place (Baptism River?).”

  • See also Sleeve 28 for duplicate print.
sleeve 28 Geo. Farwell et al., Baptism River, 1889-90.
Photograph of George Farwell, Miss Bailey, Mrs. Bailey, Sara Farwell, Sidney Farwell, and Alexander Mason, Baptism River, MN; dated ca. 1889-1890. 1 black and white photograph, 4” x 5”.

  • See also Sleeve 27 for duplicate print.
sleeve 29 Shadow Falls, Baptism River, 1888.
Photograph of Sidney Farwell and George Farwell at Shadow Falls, Baptism River, MN; dated ca. 1888. 1 black and white photograph, 4” x 5”.
sleeve 30 Friends of Arthur Farwell at Baptism Falls, 1888-1890.
Photograph of George Farwell and Sidney Farwell with 6 unidentified individuals; dated ca. 1888-1890. 1 black and white photograph, 4” x 5”. Photograph attributed to Arthur Farwell.

  • See also Sleeve 32 for photograph of part of the same group.
sleeve 31 Baptism River, 1888-90.
Photograph of Baptism River (probably Shadow Falls area), MN; dated ca. 1888-1890. 1 black and white photograph, 4” x 5”. Photograph attributed to Arthur Farwell.
sleeve 32 Farwell Friends, Baptism River, ca. 1888.
Photograph of George Farwell and Sidney Farwell with 4 unidentified individuals, posing on a “rustic bridge” over Baptism River, MN; dated ca. 1888. 1 black and white photograph, 4” x 5”. Photograph attributed to Arthur Farwell.

  • See also Sleeve 30 for photograph including same individuals.
sleeve 33 Baptism River.
Photograph of Baptism River, MN; undated. 1 black and white photograph, 4” x 5”. Photograph attributed to Arthur Farwell.
sleeve 34 Shadow Falls, Baptism River, ca. 1888.
Photograph of Shadow Falls, Baptism River, MN; dated ca. 1888. 1 black and white photograph, 4” x 5”.
sleeve 35 Baptism River, ca. 1888.
Photograph of log cabin near Baptism River, MN; dated ca. 1888. 1 black and white photograph, 4” x 5.25”. On reverse: “I believe A. F. constructed camera where about 16 (1888) possibly a year earlier – 1887.”
sleeve 36 Baptism River.
Photograph of Baptism River, MN; dated ca. 1888-1890. 1 black and white photograph, 4” x 5”. Photograph attributed to Arthur Farwell.
sleeve 37 Baptism River.
Photograph of Baptism River, MN; undated. 1 black and white photograph, 4” x 5”. Photograph attributed to Arthur Farwell.
sleeve 38 California Masque, Greek Theater, Berkeley, CA.
Photograph of scene from California: A Masque of Music, Greek Theater, University of California at Berkeley, CA; dated 1919. 1 black and white photograph, 2.5” x 3.5”.

  • See also Box 43, Sleeve 5, for negative.
sleeve 39 California Masque, Greek Theater, Berkeley, CA.
Photograph of scene from California: A Masque of Music, Greek Theater, University of California at Berkeley, CA; dated 1919. 1 black and white photograph, 2.5” x 3.5”.
sleeve 40 Claude Bragdon lighting, Central Park, New York, NY.
Photograph of the lighting for the proscenium at the Song and Light Festival, Central Park, New York, NY; dated 1916. 1 black and white photograph, 3.5” x 4.5”. Lighting by Claude Bragdon.

  • See also Box 21, Folder 15 (“New York Community Chorus: performance/production materials”), for duplicate print.

Box 42

sleeve 1 George Farwell, ca. 1865.
Portrait of George Farwell; undated. 1 black and white photograph, 2.5” x 4.25”. Photograph attributed to Seaver & Lothrop, Boston.
Portrait of George Farwell; undated [1860s]. 1 black and white photograph, 2.5” x 4”. Photograph attributed to Martin’s Gallery, St. Paul, MN.
Portrait of George Farwell; undated [late 1860s]. 1 black and white photograph, 2.5” x 4.25”. Photograph attributed to Whipple, Boston.
sleeve 2 Sara Farwell and sister, 1890s.
Photograph of Sara Wyer Farwell and Elizabeth Wyer; undated [1890s]. 1 black and white photograph, 4.25” x 4.25”.
sleeve 3 Sara Farwell, 1860s.
Portrait of Sara Wyer Farwell; undated [1860s]. 1 black and white photograph, 2.5” x 4”. Photograph attributed to G. P. Lasselle.
sleeve 4 Sara Farwell, ca. 1869.
Portrait of Sara Wyer Farwell; dated ca. 1869. 1 black and white photograph, 2.5” x 4.25”. Photograph attributed to Chas. W. Stiff.
sleeve 5 Sara Farwell, 1861.
Portrait of Sara Wyer Farwell; dated 1861. 1 black and white photograph, 2.5” x 4.25”. Photograph attributed to Warren, Cambridgeport, MA.

  • See also Sleeve 8 for duplicate print.
sleeve 6 Sara Farwell, ca. 1890.
Portrait of Sara Wyer Farwell; dated ca. 1890. 1 black and white photograph, 2.5” x 4.25”. Photograph attributed to Hastings, Boston, MA.
sleeve 7 Sara Farwell.
Portrait of Sara Wyer Farwell; undated. 1 black and white photograph, 2.5” x 4”. Photograph attributed to A. Falkenshield, St. Paul, MN.
sleeve 8 Sara Farwell, 1861.
Portrait of Sara Wyer Farwell; dated 1861. 1 black and white photograph, 2.5” x 4.25”. Photograph attributed to Warren, Cambridgeport, MA.

  • See also Sleeve 5 for duplicate print.
sleeve 9 Sara Farwell, 1892.
Portrait of Sara Wyer Farwell; dated November 1892. 1 black and white photograph, 2.5” x 4.25”. Photograph attributed to Hastings, Boston, MA.
sleeve 10 Illustration for book on intuition (Angel with Sword).
Illustration of vision of an angel with a sword, for Arthur Farwell’s book on intuition; undated. 1 black and white print, 4” x 5.25”. 2 prints.

  • See also Box 48, Folder 1, for pencil drawing.
  • See also Box 43, Sleeve 7, for negative.
sleeve 11 Illustration for book on intuition (Hands).
Illustration of vision of hands, for Arthur Farwell’s book on intuition; undated. 1 black and white print, 4” x 5”. 3 prints.

  • See also Box 43, Sleeve 6, for negative.
sleeve 12 March of Man, Theater of the Stars, 1925.
Photograph of performance of Arthur Farwell’s The March of Man, Big Bear Lake, Fawnskin, CA; dated 1925. 6 black and white photographs, 3.5” x 4.5”.
Photograph of Gertrude Farwell in unidentified scene from The March of Man, Big Bear Lake, Fawnskin, CA; dated 1925. 1 black and white photograph, 3.5” x 4.5”. 2 prints.
sleeve 13 Meriden Pageant, poster.
Publicity illustration for the Pageant of Meriden, NH; dated June 1913. 1 black and white print, 3.5” x 5.25”.
sleeve 14 Meriden Pageant, Arthur Farwell conducting.
Photograph of Arthur Farwell conducting the orchestra for the Meriden Pageant; undated [1913]. 1 black and white photograph, 3.5” x 5.25”.

  • See also Box 40, Sleeve 18, for duplicate print.
sleeve 15 Pasadena Community Chorus.
Photograph of Arthur Farwell conducting the Pasadena Community Chorus; undated. 1 black and white photograph, 3.5” x 4.5”. 2 prints.
2 photographs of the Pasadena Community Chorus at unidentified performance; undated. 2 black and white photographs, 3.5” x 4.5”.
sleeve 16 Pilgrimage Play.
Photograph of the members of the chorus for The Pilgrimage Play; undated [1921]. 1 black and white photograph, 3.5” x 5”.

  • See also Box 40, Sleeve 23, for duplicate print.

Photograph of the stage of the Pilgrimage Play, [Hollywood, CA]; undated. 1 black and white photograph, 3.25” x 4.5”.

  • See also Box 37, Sleeve 32, for similar print.

Photograph of scene from The Pilgrimage Play (“Jesus & the children”); undated [1921]. 1 black and white photograph, 3.5” x 5”. 4 prints.

  • See also Box 40, Sleeve 25, for duplicate print.
sleeve 17 Russian River, CA, Twilight of the Kings, 1918.
Photograph of performance of The Twilight of the Kings by the Bohemian Club Grove, in Russian River, CA; dated 1918. 1 black and white photograph, 3.25” x 4.5”. 2 prints.

  • See also Box 38, Sleeve 7, for duplicate print.
sleeve 18 St. Johnsbury Pageant.
Photograph of the finale from the St. Johnsbury Pageant; undated. 1 black and white photograph, 3.5” x 5”. Caption on photo: “The Quality Art Store. No. 19-A.”

  • See also Box 40, Sleeve 35, for duplicate print.
sleeve 19 St. Johnsbury Pageant.
Photograph of scene from the St. Johnsbury Pageant; undated. 1 black and white photograph, 3.5” x 5”. On reverse: “The Fields & the Streams; Interlude (3 & 4) … Dance of the Rivers; St. Johnsbury.”
sleeve 20 St. Johnsbury Pageant.
Photograph of Civil War scene from the St. Johnsbury Pageant (“episode 8”); undated. 1 black and white photograph, 4” x 5”.
sleeve 21 St. Johnsbury Pageant.
Photograph of scene from the St. Johnsbury Pageant (“interlude between episode 3 and 4”); undated. 1 black and white photograph, 4” x 5”. On reverse: “Nature Spirits.”
sleeve 22 St. Johnsbury Pageant.
Photograph of episode 10 (“Scale-making”) from the St. Johnsbury Pageant; undated. 1 black and white photograph, 4” x 5”. On reverse: “Original Fairbanks Scales.”
sleeve 23 St. Johnsbury Pageant.
Photograph of episode 1 from the St. Johnsbury Pageant; undated. 1 black and white photograph, 4” x 5”. On reverse: “Roger’s Rangers, St. Johnsbury.”
sleeve 24 St. Johnsbury Pageant.
Photograph of the grand stand (empty) for the St. Johnsbury Pageant; undated. 1 black and white photograph, 4” x 5”.
sleeve 25 St. Johnsbury Pageant.
Photograph of view of the grand stand for the St. Johnsbury Pageant (in distance); undated. 1 black and white photograph, 4” x 5”.
sleeve 26 St. Johnsbury Pageant.
Photograph of scene from the St. Johnsbury Pageant (“Knights of St. Johnsbury”); undated. 1 black and white photograph, 4” x 5”.
sleeve 27 St. Louis Masque.
Photograph of the “Spirits of Metals” from the St. Louis Masque; undated. 1 black and white photograph, 3.75” x 4.75”. Photograph attributed to Schweig, Art Nouveau.
sleeve 28 Santa Barbara.
Photograph of the Santa Barbara Community Chorus, performing at the Plaza del Mar, Santa Barbara, CA; dated December 28, 1915. 1 black and white photograph, 3.5” x 4.5”.
sleeve 29 Santa Barbara.
Photograph of performance by the Santa Barbara Community Chorus, Santa Barbara, CA; undated. 1 black and white photograph, 3.25” x 4.25”.
sleeve 30 Santa Barbara.
Photograph of the Santa Barbara Community Chorus, Santa Barbara, CA; undated. 1 black and white photograph, 3.5” x 4.5”.
sleeve 31 Santa Barbara.
Photograph of performance by the Santa Barbara Community Chorus, Santa Barbara, CA; undated. 1 black and white photograph, 3.25” x 4.25”.
sleeve 32 Santa Barbara.
Photograph of the Santa Barbara Community Chorus, Santa Barbara, CA; undated. 1 black and white photograph, 3.5” x 4.5”.
sleeve 33 J. Heber Smith, 23 yr.
Portrait of J. Heber Smith; undated. 1 black and white photograph, 2.5” x 4”. Photograph attributed to L. H. Griffin. On reverse: inscription “For F. Aug 13, ’91.”
sleeve 34 J. Heber Smith.
Portrait of J. Heber Smith; dated January 1858. 1 black and white photograph, 2.5” x 4”. Photograph attributed to Emily Stokes.
sleeve 35 Hannah Wyer, ca. 1887.
Photograph of Hannah Haskins Judd Wyer, St. Paul, MN; dated ca. 1887-1888. 1 black and white photograph, 4” x 5”. Photograph attributed to Arthur Farwell.
sleeve 36 Unidentified interior.
Photograph of room in interior of unidentified house; undated. 1 black and white photograph, 4” x 5”.
sleeve 37 Unidentified girls, ca. 1888.
Photograph of three unidentified individuals; dated ca. 1888. 1 black and white photograph, 4” x 5”. On reverse: “Girls unknown to me, but probably classmates or friends of Dad’s … most certainly – and photo by A. F.”
sleeve 38 Unidentified scene.
Photograph of unidentified location; dated 1880s. 1 black and white photograph, 4” x 5”. On reverse: “Unknown scene – probably in St. Paul, or environs – 1880s; possibly Ft. Snelling, Minn, across Mississippi.”
sleeve 39 Unidentified girl and dog.
Photograph of unidentified individual; dated ca. 1887 or 1888. 1 black and white photograph, 4” x 5”. On reverse: “unknown to me, Emerson F., probably next door neighbor, as F. home in background.”
sleeve 40 Unidentified couple.
Photograph of two unidentified individuals in unidentified house; undated. 1 black and white photograph, 4” x 5”.

Sub-series D: Negatives

Box 43

sleeve 1 Arthur Farwell, ca. 1934.
Photograph of Arthur Farwell (headshot, cropped from photograph in Sleeve 2); undated [ca. 1934]. 1 black and white negative, 4” x 5”.

  • See also negative in Sleeve 2 (uncropped photograph).
sleeve 2 Arthur Farwell, ca. 1934.
Photograph of Arthur Farwell; dated 1934. 2 prints of negative: 1 black and white negative, 7” x 9.25”; 1 black and white negative, 8” x 10”.
sleeve 3 Arthur Farwell in mountain setting.
Photograph of Arthur Farwell, seated in unidentified mountain setting; undated. 1 black and white negative, 8” x 10”.
sleeve 4 Arthur Farwell, lecture recital cover.
Portrait of Arthur Farwell, in image for front cover of brochure for Arthur Farwell’s lecture recitals. 1 black and white negative, 8” x 10”.
sleeve 5 California Masque, Berkeley Greek Theater.
Photograph of the orchestra and stage for California: A Masque of Music, Greek Theater, University of California at Berkeley, CA; undated [1919]. 1 black and white negative, 2.5” x 3.5”.
sleeve 6 Intuition book: [image of hands].
Illustration of two hands reaching down from the sky [“The Hands of the Spirit Working in the Darkness of the World”], for Arthur Farwell’s book on intuition; undated. 2 prints of negative: 1 black and white negative, 5” x 7”; 1 black and white negative, 8” x 10”.

  • See also Box 42, Folder 11, and Box 47, Folder 3, for lithograph prints of illustration.
sleeve 7 Intuition book: angel with sword.
Illustration of an angel with a sword [“The Vision of the Destroyer, 2”], for Arthur Farwell’s book on intuition; undated. 2 prints of negative: 1 black and white negative, 5” x 7”; 1 black and white negative, 8” x 10”.

  • See also Box 48, Folder 1, Illustration 2, for pencil drawing.
  • See also Box 42, Folder 10, for print of illustration.
sleeve 8 Intuition book: illustration.
Illustration of two arms emerging out of the sea [“The Hand of the Unknown”], for Arthur Farwell’s book on intuition; undated. 2 prints of negative: 1 black and white negative, 5” x 7”; 1 black and white negative, 8” x 10”.
sleeve 9 Intuition book: illustration.
Illustration of two hands, for Arthur Farwell’s book on intuition; undated. 2 prints of negative: 1 black and white negative, 5” x 7”; 1 black and white negative, 8” x 10”.
sleeve 10 Intuition book: illustration.
Illustration of a biplane in a forest, for Arthur Farwell’s book on intuition; undated. 2 prints of negative: 1 black and white negative, 5” x 7”; 1 black and white negative, 8” x 10”.
sleeve 11 Intuition book: illustration.
Illustration of an angel with a sword descending over a rural landscape, for Arthur Farwell’s book on intuition; undated. 2 prints of negative: 1 black and white negative, 5” x 7”; 1 black and white negative, 8” x 10”.

  • See also Box 48, Folder 1, Illustration 1, for pencil drawing.
sleeve 12 Intuition book: illustration.
Illustration of a group of people reaching up toward a man floating in the air, for Arthur Farwell’s book on intuition; undated. 1 black and white negative, 8” x 10”.
sleeve 13 Intuition book: illustration.
Illustration of a throng of people next to the wall of a tall building [“Humanity at a Standstill”], for Arthur Farwell’s book on intuition; undated. 1 black and white negative, 8” x 10”.

  • See also Box 48, Folder 1, Illustration 3, for pencil drawing.
sleeve 14 Intuition book: illustration.
Illustration of a group of people building wooden frames for houses [“Work”], for Arthur Farwell’s book on intuition; undated. 1 black and white negative, 8” x 10”.

  • See also Box 48, Folder 1, Illustration 9, for pencil drawing.
sleeve 15 Intuition book: illustration.
Illustration of a two people facing the entrance to a cave [“The Dark Passage”], for Arthur Farwell’s book on intuition; undated. 1 black and white negative, 8” x 10”.

  • See also Box 48, Folder 1, Illustration 5, for pencil drawing.
sleeve 16 Intuition book: illustration.
Illustration of groups of people eating at long tables inside a building [“Abundance”], for Arthur Farwell’s book on intuition; undated. 1 black and white negative, 8” x 10”.

  • See also Box 48, Folder 1, Illustration 8, for pencil drawing.
sleeve 17 Intuition book: illustration.
Illustration of a man with a harp looking up at a choir of angels, for Arthur Farwell’s book on intuition; undated. 1 black and white negative, 8” x 10”.
sleeve 18 Intuition book: illustration.
Illustration of two men in a stone building looking at a vision appearing in the sky [“The Organ”], for Arthur Farwell’s book on intuition; undated. 1 black and white negative, 8” x 10”.

  • See also Box 48, Folder 1, Illustration 7, for pencil drawing.
  • See also Box 47, Folder 3, for lithograph prints of illustration.
sleeve 19 Intuition book: illustration.
Illustration of people watching an angel of destruction [“Cataclysm”], for Arthur Farwell’s book on intuition; undated. 1 black and white negative, 8” x 10”.

  • See also Box 48, Folder 1, Illustration 4, for pencil drawing.
sleeve 20 Intuition book: illustration.
Illustration of a column, labeled “Futile Accusations,” for Arthur Farwell’s book on intuition; undated. 1 black and white negative, 5” x 7”.

  • See also Box 48, Folder 1, Illustration 21, for pencil drawing (titled “Faith Accusations Rolling Away”).
sleeve 21 Intuition book: illustration.
Illustration of a circle depicting various scenes with people, for Arthur Farwell’s book on intuition; undated. 1 black and white negative, 5” x 7”.
sleeve 22 Intuition book: illustration.
Illustration of a finger pointing in darkness [“Up!”], for Arthur Farwell’s book on intuition; undated. 2 prints of negative: 1 black and white negative, 5” x 7”; 1 black and white negative, 8” x 10”.
sleeve 23 Intuition book: illustration.
Illustration of a rectangle, for Arthur Farwell’s book on intuition; undated. 1 black and white negative, 5” x 7”.
sleeve 24 Intuition book: illustration.
Illustration of a hand reaching toward a cylinder, for Arthur Farwell’s book on intuition; undated. 1 black and white negative, 5” x 7”.
sleeve 25 Intuition book: illustration.
Illustration of a man next to an arm reaching down from clouds, for Arthur Farwell’s book on intuition; undated. 1 black and white negative, 5” x 7”.
sleeve 26 Guide to the Music of Arthur Farwell: text.
Oversized items (negatives) separated; see Box 47, Folders 23-28.

Series 9: Sara Farwell

Box 44

folder 1 Diary, dated April 1865­–November 1868.
Diary of Sara Farwell (ink), with pages numbered and marginalia by Evelyn Culbertson (pencil and colored pencil). Binding removed, with loose pages inserted before first dated entry. 54 sheets.
folder 2 Diary, dated October 1886–November 1889.
Diary of Sara Farwell (ink), with pages numbered and marginalia by Evelyn Culbertson (pencil and colored pencil). Leather bound volume. 60 sheets.
folder 3 Diary, dated November 1889–February 1892.
Diary of Sara Farwell (ink), with marginalia by Evelyn Culbertson (pencil and colored pencil). Leather bound volume. 60 sheets.
Interleaved in diary: press clipping; undated. 1 p.
folder 4 Diary, dated February 1892–June 1893.
Diary of Sara Farwell (ink), with marginalia by Evelyn Culbertson (pencil and colored pencil). Leather bound volume. 56 sheets.
folder 5 Diary, dated July 1893–August 1900(?).
Diary of Sara Farwell (ink), with marginalia by Evelyn Culbertson (pencil and colored pencil). Leather bound volume. 60 sheets.
folder 6 “Friendship” lecture.
Lecture script (ink); undated. 56 pp.
folder 7 “New Life for Our Children” lecture.
“Introduction.” Lecture script (ink); undated. 1 p.
“New Life for Our Children.” Lecture script (ink), with annotations and emendations in pencil and ink; undated. 48 pp.
Material from original version of lecture, excised from later version. Lecture script (ink), with annotations in pencil (pages numbered 32-37); undated. 6 pp.
Material from previous version of lecture, excised from later versions. Lecture script (ink) (pages numbered 45-50); undated. 6 pp.
folder 8 “Obedience: Born under the Law” lecture.
Lecture script (ink); undated. 51 pp.
Lecture script (typescript); undated. 18 pp.
folder 9 “Religion of the Child” lecture.
Lecture script (ink); undated. 44 pp.
folder 10 “Religion of the Child” lecture.
Lecture script (typescript); undated. 17 pp. 2 copies.
folder 11 “Social Life of the Child” lecture.
Lecture script (ink); undated. 56 pp.
folder 12 “Autographs” album.
Leather bound volume. Includes autographs, inscriptions, and illustrations by various individuals; entries dated ca. 1861-1883. 73 sheets. Interleaved in album pages: fabric bookmark. 1 item.

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