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Guide to the Jack Lund Collection ARS.0045
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Series 1: Letters from Musicians and their Associates

Box 1

Alphabetical Document Files 1970-2006

Physical Description: 17 folders

Separated Materials note

1 bundle of newspaper clippings about Kirsten Flagstad and 2 individual clippings about Ignaz Jan Paderewski have been removed from Folder 1.1.5 and placed in Oversize Folder 1 (Box 141)
17 additional bundles of newspaper clippings have been removed from Box 1 and placed in Oversize Folder 2 (Box 141)
1 additional oversize folder of letters and clippings related to Jessye Norman has been moved to Box 98

Scope and Contents note

11 file folders containing primarily letters from various musicians but also photographs, newspaper clippings and opera program boolets. The contents of individual folders are as follows:
(1) Elly Ameling letters and postcards
(2) Dalton Baldwin letters, photographs and a program booklet from the Festival de Versailles, 1977
(3) David Bicknell, letters and other documents, 1981-1990
(4) Letters from Mme. Marcel Dupre and photographs of Marcel Dupre and Madame Dupre
(5) Kristen Flagstad and Ignaz Jan Paderewski clippings
(6) Edouard Lobkowicz correspondence, related letter from Kevin King, and related newspaper clipping
(7) Ivor Newton letters, postcards and other related material
(8) Jessye Norman letters and cards
(9) Blanche Thebom letter, and page from Musical America with record advertisement
(10) Notes and letter related to Diana Ross with 4 black and white photos
(11) Aksel Schiotz letters and other documents
(12) Letters and postcardsfrom various musician friends, including Gerd Schiotz and Gerard Souzay
(13) Letters from various music-related people and personal friends, written between 1959 and 2001
(14) Music related societies
(15) Miscellaneous documents and journals
(16) Letters, clippings and other materials related to various music events and people; letter to Edward Baron Turk; travel itinerary
(17) Opera program books
Five program books from San Francisco Opera performances

Subjects and Indexing Terms

Ameling, Elly
Baldwin, Dalton
Dupré, Marcel, 1886-1971
Flagstad, Kirsten, 1895-1962
Lobkowicz, Edouard, 1926-2010
Newton, Ivor
Norman, Jessye
Paderewski, Ignace Jan, 1860-1941
Ross, Diana, 1944-
Schiøtz, Aksel, 1906-1975
Thebom, Blanche
Box 139

Nadia Boulanger and Conservatoire américain de Fontainebleau 1968-1979

Physical Description: 3 folders

Scope and Contents note

Various items related to Nadia Boulanger and the Fontainebleau School of Music in four folders:
(1) Letters and cards from 1968 to 1970, from Boulanger and others; folder includes various menus from L'Ecoles d'Art Americaines
(2) Letters and postcards from people connected to L'Ecoles d'Art Americaines, including Boulanger; concert programs, brochures and various handwritten notes
(3) Letters and postcards from people connected to L'Ecoles d'Art Americaines, including Boulanger; concert programs, brochures and various handwritten notes
(4) Newspaper clippings, newsletters and copies of the summer course catalog for Fontainebleau Schools of Music and Fine Arts, 1968, 1969 and 1971 (Golden Jubilee)

Subjects and Indexing Terms

Boulanger, Nadia
Ecoles d’Art Américaines.
Box 139

Letters Inserted in Recording Containers 1985 January 24

Physical Description: 1 folder

Scope and Contents note

Folder (5): Letter from Manny to Jack Lund. Had been inserted in box with a 5" tape reel of early performances by Gerard Souzay. Tape reel is located in Box 7 of this collection.
 

Series 2: Toscanini Files

Subjects and Indexing Terms

Toscanini, Arturo, 1867-1957
Box 138

Toscanini Files, Part I

Physical Description: 8 folders

Separated Materials note

The following clippings have been removed from Box 138 and placed in Oversize Folder 1 (Box 141):
9 bundles of newspaper clippings (photocopies)
1 illustrated article clipping (original)

Scope and Contents note

Part I of the Toscanini files contain letter-size documents pertaining to the career of Arturo Toscanini:
(1) Brochures
(2) Concert programs
(3) Newspaper clippings
(4) Toscanini Society
(5) NBC broadcast list, Maroth #2 [original]
(6) Published articles
(7) The Maestro, 1969
(8) The Maestro, 1970-1975 (selected issues)

Subjects and Indexing Terms

Toscanini, Arturo, 1867-1957
Box 140

Toscanini Files, Part II

Physical Description: 4 folders

Scope and Contents note

One letter-sze folder and three legal size folders containing Toscanini-related material as follows:
(1) NBC Symphony schedules
(2) Toscanini Society newsletters, record trade lists, record-related articles
(3) Correspondence with collectors of Toscanini recordings
(4) Brochures, complete discography of Toscanini recordings, other record lists related to Toscanini recordings

Subjects and Indexing Terms

NBC Symphony Orchestra.
Toscanini, Arturo, 1867-1957
Box 2

Series 3: Concert Programs

Physical Description: folders
Box 2

Bay Area Concert Programs and Recording Lists 1928-1979

Physical Description: 3 folders

Scope and Contents note

Three folders of programs from concerts of various artsists, primarily pianists and singers, and one copy of Revue de Musicologie with information about French music research at the University of California, Berkeley
Box also contains two card files: (1) 5" x 8" cards listing contents of recorded tapes; (2) 3" x 5" cards, in an interior box, listing recordings with dates.
Box 3

Bay Area Opera and Symphony Concert Programs

Physical Description: 2 small boxes, 7 1/4" x 10 1/2" x 4"

Scope and Contents note

Two small boxes of various concert programs from performances sponsored by organizations such as the San Francisco Opera Association, Oppenheimer Concert Series, San Francisco Symphony Orcehstra
Mixed materials 98

Ballet and Mime Theatre Files

Physical Description: 4 folders

Scope and Contents note

Souvenir program books from mime performances of Marcel Marceau, Folies Bergere, performances of various ballet companies, and the Philadelphia Orchestra
(2) Marcel Marceau (5 program books)
(3) American Ballet Theatre ; Sadlers Wells Ballet ; Philadelphia Orchestra (4 program books)
(4) Russian ballet companies (8 program books)
(5) Folies Bergere (1 program book)
(6) Jessye Norman: additional letters and oversize clippings (removed from Box 138)

Subjects and Indexing Terms

American Ballet Theatre.
Marceau, Marcel
Philadelphia Orchestra.
Sadler's Wells Ballet.
Books 4

Series 4: Music Books

Subjects and Indexing Terms

Boulanger, Nadia
Toscanini, Arturo, 1867-1957
Box 4

Music Books

Physical Description: 15 books

Scope and Contents note

Jack Lund's library included over 150 books, primarily on musical topics. The books were checked against the Stanford Music Library's holdings, and all duplicate books in the Lund Collection were removed. All of the remaining books from the Lund Collection were retained and shelved in the Music Library.
Various clippings from newspapers and journals, letters and some photographs had been placed inside of many of the books. Those inserted materials have been removed from the books and placed in file folders each of which is labeled according to the book from which that folder's materials were taken.
Book titles and related information:
Seltsam, William H. Metropolitan Opera Annals. New York : H.W. Wilson, 1947. Autographed by the author
Sackville-West, Edward, and Shawe-Taylor, Desmond. The Record Guide. London : Collins, 1951. Inscribed to Jack Lund and dated by Desmond Shawe-Taylor
Leonie Rosenstiel. Nadia Boulanger: A Life in Music. New York : W.W. Norton, 1982
Steane, J.B. The Grand Tradition: Seventy Years of Singing on Record. New York : Charles Scribner's, 1974.
Sachs, Harvey. Toscanini. Philadelphia : J.B. Lippincott, 1978
Haggin, B.H. The Toscanini Musicians Knew. New York : Horizon Press, 1967. Autographed by the author
Marsh, Robert Charles. Toscanini and the Art of Orchestral Performance. Philadelphia : J.B. Lippincott, 1956
Taubman, Howard. The Maestro: The Life of Arturo Toscanini. New York : Simon and Schuster, 1951
Dyment, Christopher. Felix Weingartner: recollections & recordings. Triad Press Biographical Series no. 5, 1976
Antek, Samuel. This Was Toscanini. New York : Vanguard Press, 1963
Homnmage a Edouard Branly. Association des Amis d'Edouard Branly. Inscribed to Jack Lund by Marion Tournon-Branly
Gerhardt, Elena. Recital. London : Methuen & Co., 1953
Haggin, B.H. Music in the Nation. New York : William Sloane, 1949. Inscribed to Jack Lund by the author
Morris, Manuel. The Recorded Performances of Gerard Souzay: A Discography. New York : Greenwood Press, 1991. Inscribed to Jack Lund and dated by the author
Newton, Ivor. At the Piano: The World of an Accompanist. London : Hamish Hamilton, 1966.
Folders:
[1] Clippings etc. filed in Gerhardt: Recital
[2] Clippings etc. filed in Taubman: The Maestro
[3] Clippings etc. filed in Haggin: Music in the Nation
[4] Clippings etc. filed in Marsh: Toscanini and the Art of Orchestral Performance
[5] Clippings etc. filed in Haggin: The Toscanini Musicians Knew
[6] Clippings etc. filed in Sachs: Toscanini
[7] Clippings etc. filed in Steane: The Grand Tradition
[8] N. Boulanger: clippings etc. filed in the Rosenstiel biography
[9] Clippings etc. filed in Antek: This Was Toscanini
[10] Clippings filed in Morris: Souzay
[11] Clippings filed in Dyment: Weingartner
[12] Materials filed in Newton: At the Piano
[13] Book Lists: Folder contains 3 lists: (1) Lund Books Retained; (2) Lund Books Duplicatesl (3) 15 additional published volumes on various musical topics: Arturo Toscanini (5 vols.), Nadia Boulanger (1 vol.), singers, other musicians, and a record guide. Several of these books are autographed by their respective authors.
Mixed materials 4

Clippings and Other Inserts

Physical Description: 12 folders

Scope and Contents note

Inserted in the books in this collection were various clippings, photographs, letters and other materials, specifically related to the books into which these items had been placed. The inserted materials have been removed from the books and filed in folders as descrbied below. Oversize items, such as newspaper clippings, have been placed in an oversize folder.
Folders are as follows:
(1) Clippings, etc. filed in Gerhardt: Recital
(2) Clippings, etc. filed in Taubman: The Maestro
(3) Clippings, etc. filed in Haggin: Music in the Nation
(4) Clippings, etc. Clippings, etc. filed in Marsh: Toscanini and the Art of Orchestral Performance
(5) Clippings, etc. Clippings, etc. filed in Haggin: The Toscanini Musicians Knew
(6) Clippings, etc. filed in Sachs: Toscanini
(7) Clippings, etc. filed in Steane: The Grand Tradition
(8) Nadia Boulanger clippings, etc. filed in Rosenstiel biography
(9) Clippings, etc. filed in Antek: This Was Toscanini
(10) Clippings, etc. filed in Morris: Souzay
(11) Clippings, etc. filed in Dyment: Weingartner
12) Clippings, etc. filed in Newton: At the Piano

Separated Materials note

The following clippings have been removed from their original folders and placed with oversize materials in Oversize Folder 2 (Box 141):
"Death of Elena Gerhardt" (from Folder 4.4.1)
"A Great Lieder Singer" (from Folder 4.4.1)
"Supreme Lieder Singer" (from Folder 4.4.1)
"Second Thoughts on Toscanini" (from Folder 4.4.2)
"Wanda Toscanini Horowitz, Pianist's Bulwark, Dies at 90" (from Folder 4.4.6)
"A Role for Records? Purists Say: Yes, Just Listen" (from Folder 4.4.7)
"Masters' Voices" (from Folder 4.4.7)
"Reviewed by Arthur Bloomfield" (from Folder 4.4.7)
"Teacher of the Greatly Gifted" (from Folder 4.4.8)
"Everybody's Music Teacher" (from Folder 4.4.8)
"Book Review: Nadia Boulanger: A Life in Music" (from Folder 4.4.8)
"Books: Nadia Boulanger: A Life in Music" (from Folder 4.4.8)
"The Gift to Be Simple" (from Folder 4.4.8)
 

Series 5: Photographic Materials

Mixed materials 5

Photographic Materials

Physical Description: 4 folders containing photographs, slides and one autographed concert program

Scope and Contents note

Photographs, photographic images from concert programs, newspapers, or postcards, primarily of opera singers and pianists, mostly black and white, and most are autographed
General photographic materials have been divided into two groups by size and placed in the first two folders accordingly:
(1) 40 small, black and white photographic images and 6 small, color photographs, 3" x 4 1/2" to 5" x 7" with most being 3 1/2" x 5 1/2"
(2) 60 large, black and white photographic images and 1 large color photograph, 5 1/2"" x 8 3/4" to 9 3/4" x 10 3/4" + 3 color slides + 1 concert program with image of Marian Anderson on cover, autographed
(3) Pablo Casals Masterclass, University of California, Berkeley, 04/23/1962 to 05/04/1962: 20 small, black and white photographs 4 1/2" x 3 1/4" + 3 ticket stubs + publicity brochure
(4) Nadia Boulanger and Conservatoire américain de Fontainebleau: 54 photographs, some color, 3 1/2" x 5" to 9 1/2" x 7" + 1 black and white negative

Subjects and Indexing Terms

Boulanger, Nadia
Casals, Pablo, 1876-1973
Conservatoire américain de Fontainebleau.
 

Series 6: Other Print Materials

Box 98/1

Friden News 1952-1971

Physical Description: 1 folder

Scope and Contents note

One folder containing 5 issues of Friden News, ranging from May 1952 to February 1971.
Box 3

Librettos

Physical Description: 1 small box, 7 1/4" x 10 1/2" x 4"

Scope and Contents note

Assorted opera librettos, some from specific opera companies such as San Francisco Opera and Chicago Civic Opera.
Box 3

Nan's Programs 1887- 1887-1900

Physical Description: 1 bound volume

Scope and Contents note

Bound volume is a scrapbook containing numerous varied concert programs, playbills and newspaper clippings dating from 1887 to 1900. Some items are autographed. Handwritten on the cover of the volume: "Nan's Programs 1887-"
Box 3/1

Other Artist Autographs 1906-1963

Physical Description: 1 folder

Scope and Contents note

1 folder containing various concert programs, brochures, index cards and other fragments with autographs of musicians. Also included is an unsigned photograph of Jack Lund with Walter Damrosch

Subjects and Indexing Terms

Damrosch , Walter, 1862-1950
Box 1/5

Newspaper Clippings: Flagstad, Paderewski 1932-1963

Physical Description: 1 folder

Scope and Contents note

Photocopies of various newspaper clippings related to the career activities of soprano Kirsten Flagstad and pianist Ignaz Jan Paderewski.

Separated Materials note

Oversize newspaper clippings related to Flagstad and Paderewski are located in Oversize Folder 1 (Box 141).
Graphic materials 6

Chevaliers du Tastevin 1998 December 9

Physical Description: 1 oversize leaf in oversize folder labeled Box 6

Scope and Contents note

Highly decorative certificate in full color, 18 1/2" x 24 1/2" proclaiming Jack Lund a member of the Chevaliers du Tastevin and dated 9 Decembre 1998.
Box 141/Oversize Folder 1

Oversize clippings, etc.

Physical Description: 1 folder

Scope and Contents note

3 folders of oversize clippings: (1) Kirsten Flagstad clippings, removed from Box 1; (2) Ignace Jan Paderewski clippings removed from Box 1; (3) Arturo Toscanini clippings removed from Box 138
Box 141/Oversize Folder 2

Oversize clippings, etc.

Physical Description: 1 folder

Scope and Contents note

Oversize clippings removed from folders in Series 1 and Series 4:
From Series 1:
17 bundles of newspaper clippings removed from Box 1 and placed in this folder
From Series 4:
"Death of Elena Gerhardt" (from Folder 4.4.1)
"A Great Lieder Singer" (from Folder 4.4.1)
"Supreme Lieder Singer" (from Folder 4.4.1)
"Second Thoughts on Toscanini" (from Folder 4.4.2)
"Wanda Toscanini Horowitz, Pianist's Bulwark, Dies at 90" (from Folder 4.4.6)
"A Role for Records? Purists Say: Yes, Just Listen" (from Folder 4.4.7)
"Masters' Voices" (from Folder 4.4.7)
"Reviewed by Arthur Bloomfield" (from Folder 4.4.7)
"Teacher of the Greatly Gifted" (from Folder 4.4.8)
"Everybody's Music Teacher" (from Folder 4.4.8)
"Book Review: Nadia Boulanger: A Life in Music" (from Folder 4.4.8)
"Books: Nadia Boulanger: A Life in Music" (from Folder 4.4.8)
"The Gift to Be Simple" (from Folder 4.4.8)