Romero family papers

Finding aid prepared by Jamie Madrigal, Anja Espinoza, and Leilani Dade, Student Processing Assistants.
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Descriptive Summary

Title: Romero family papers
Date (inclusive): circa 1920-2013, undated
Collection Number: MS 305
Creator: Romero, Celedonio
Extent: 81.38 linear feet (151 boxes)
Repository: Rivera Library. Special Collections Department.
Riverside, CA 92517-5900
Abstract: This collection is comprised of programs, reviews, correspondence, and other material pertaining to the Romero family and Romero Guitar Quartet. The quartet was founded in 1960 by Celedonio Romero and has included his sons Angel, Celin, and Pepe as well as his grandsons Celino and Lito. Topics covered include music, the arts, travel, finances, and family life. A substantial part of this collection is comprised of programs and reviews that document performances of the Romero Guitar Quartet over the span of nearly eighty years. Professional and personal correspondence primarily between Celedonio Romero and his friends, family, and business associates is also present as are written works, photographs, scores, and a wide variety of documents.
Languages: The collection is primarily in English and Spanish.

Access

The collection is open for research.

Publication Rights

Copyright Unknown: Some materials in these collections may be protected by the U.S. Copyright Law (Title 17, U.S.C.). In addition, the reproduction, and/or commercial use, of some materials may be restricted by gift or purchase agreements, donor restrictions, privacy and publicity rights, licensing agreement(s), and/or trademark rights. Distribution or reproduction of materials protected by copyright beyond that allowed by fair use requires the written permission of the copyright owners. To the extent other restrictions apply, permission for distribution or reproduction from the applicable rights holder is also required. Responsibility for obtaining permissions, and for any use rests exclusively with the user.

Preferred Citation

[identification of item], [date if possible]. Romero family papers (MS 305). Special Collections & University Archives, University of California, Riverside.

Acquisition Information

Gift of Celedonio, Angel, and Jose G. Romero, 2013.

Processing History

Processed by Jamie Madrigal, Anja Espinoza, and Leilani Dade, Student Processing Assistants, 2015-2016.
Processing of the Romero family papers was completed by undergraduate students from the University of California, Riverside as part of the Special Collections & University Archives Backlog Processing Project started in 2015. This project was funded by the UCR Library and administered by Bergis Jules, University and Political Papers Archivist, and Eric Milenkiewicz, Manuscripts Curator.

Biographical Note

The Romero Guitar Quartet was founded in 1960 by Celedonio Romero and included his sons Angel, Celin, and Pepe as well as his grandsons Celino and Lito. Celedonio Romero was a renowned soloist in Spain and introduced his three sons to guitar at a very young age with all making their musical debut by age 7. In 1957, the family moved from Spain to the United States and formed the quartet whose music centered around the romantic and baroque styles played on guitar. The quartet has achieved international notoriety and success playing at venues throughout the world since the 1960s and became a multi-generational ensemble when Celedonio's grandsons joined the quartet as replacements for Angel and Celedonio.

Collection Scope and Contents

This collection is comprised of programs, reviews, correspondence, and other material pertaining to the Romero family and Romero Guitar Quartet. Topics covered include music, the arts, travel, finances, and family life. A substantial part of this collection is comprised of programs and reviews that document performances of the Romero Guitar Quartet over the span of nearly eighty years. Professional and personal correspondence primarily between Celedonio Romero and his friends, family, and business associates is also present as are written works, photographs, scores, and a wide variety of documents.
A portion of this collection remains unprocessed. Please contact Special Collections & Archives for additional information regarding this material.

Collection Arrangement

This collection consists of the following eight series which have been arranged alphabetically:
  • Series 1. Artifacts, 1996, undated
  • Series 2. Correspondence, circa 1949-206, undated
  • Series 3. Documents, circa 1920-2012, undated
  • Series 4. Photographs and media, 1962-1996, undated
  • Series 5. Programs, 1932-2013
  • Series 6: Publications, press clippings, and other material, 1921-2010, undated
  • Series 7. Reviews, 1927-2010, undated
  • Series 8. Scores, undated

Indexing Terms

The following terms have been used to index the description of this collection in the library's online public access catalog.

Subjects

Romero, Celedonio
Romero, Pepe
Romeros family
Romero, Angel
Romero, Celino
Romero, Angelita
Art and music
Guitar
Musicians

Genres and Forms of Materials

Correspondence
Photographs
Programs
Reviews
Scores


 

Series 1. Artifacts 1996, undated

Series Scope and Contents

This series contains artifacts collected by or pertaining to members of the Romero family. Includes a stamp and coin collection, Celedonio Romero's death mask mold, a pocket watch, and other ephemeral material.

Series Arrangement

This series is arranged sequentially by box and folder number.
Box 127

Various artifacts (1 of 3) undated

Boxes 129-131

Various artifacts (2 of 3) undated

Box 142

Various artifacts (3 of 3) undated

Box 143

Death mask mold of Celedonio Romero 1996

 

Series 2. Correspondence circa 1949-2006, undated

Series Scope and Contents

This series contains correspondence between members of the Romero family and their friends, relatives, and business associates. Both personal and professional correspondence is contained in this series including invitations, greeting cards, and postcards.

Series Arrangement

This series is arranged alphabetically by format type and then sequentially by box and folder number.
Box 140, Folder 4

Cards handmade by relatives undated

Box 93, Folders 4-5

Condolences regarding the deaths of Celedonio and Angelita Romero (1 of 3) circa 1996-1999

Box 94, Folders 1-5

Condolences regarding the deaths of Celedonio and Angelita Romero (2 of 3) circa 1996-1999

Box 95, Folders 1-3

Condolences regarding the deaths of Celedonio and Angelita Romero (3 of 3) circa 1996-1999

Box 96, Folders 4-5

Greeting cards addressed to Celedonio and Angelita Romero 1958-1998

Box 97, Folders 1-5

Greeting cards (blank) undated

Box 98, Folders 1-4

Greeting cards sent to the Romero family (1 of 3) undated

Box 99, Folders 1-5

Greeting cards sent to the Romero family (2 of 3) undated

Box 100, Folder 1

Greeting cards sent to the Romero family (3 of 3) undated

Box 100, Folders 2-5

Greeting cards sent to the Romero family (1 of 2) circa 1950-1970

Box 101, Folders 1-2

Greeting cards sent to the Romero family (2 of 2) circa 1950-1970

Box 93, Folder 1

Invitations to Pepe and Celedonio Romero regarding formal events and dinners from prominent political figures such as President Nixon and King Don Juan Carlos I of Spain circa 1969-1997

Box 93, Folder 2

Invitations to events, including ones hosted by the White House and and the Consul of Spain circa 1974-1991

Box 93, Folder 3

Invitations and letters regarding Celedonio Romero's 80th birthday circa 1970-1978

Box 88, Folder 1

Letters from publishing societies including American Society of Composers, Authors, and Publishers (ASCAP), Union Musical Ediciones, and Union Musical Espanola 1980-1991,undated

Box 88, Folder 2

Letters regarding Celedonio Romero's honorary degree from the University of Victoria and letters of congratulations 1995

Box 88, Folder 3

Letters regarding Celedonio Romero's honorary degree from the University of San Diego and letters of congratulations 1992-1993

Box 88, Folder 4

Letters between Adolphe Boschot and Farrington Stoddard in regards to a guitar that belonged to Louis Hector Berlioz 1954,undated

Box 88, Folder 5

Letters from Henry Dagand to Celedonio Romero and children regarding Ed Sullivan Show 1962

Box 88, Folder 6

Letters regarding guitar sales 1962-1965

Box 88, Folder 7

Letters regarding "Novela de Adolfo" 1968-1969,undated

Box 88, Folder 8

Letters between Celedonio Romero and the Schlote family circa 1958-1988

Box 88, Folder 9

Letters between Celedonio Romero, Pepe Romero, and L.J. Shanteler 1962-1967,undated

Box 88, Folder 10

Letters to Pepe 1965-2002,undated

Box 88, Folder 11

Letters thanking the Romero Guitar Quartet family for performances 1958-1988

Box 88, Folder 12

Letters to the Romero Guitar Quartet including cards with illustrations 1967-1988,undated

Box 88, Folder 13

Letters between Celedonio Romero and Herman Hauser 1954,undated

Box 89, Folders 1-3

Letters to Celedonio Romero circa 1961-1995

Box 89, Folder 4

Letters between Celedonio Romero and F.F. and E Stoddard 1956-1987,undated

Box 89, Folder 5

Letters to Angel Romero 1972,undated

Box 90, Folders 1-2

Letters to Angelita Romero from various people including her daughter 1972-1997,undated

Box 90, Folder 3

Letters to Celin Romero from various people including Columbia Artists 1971-2006

Box 90, Folder 4

Letters to Celedonio Romero regarding his 80th birthday 1993

Box 90, Folders 5-6

Letters to Celedonio and Angelita Romero from relatives, Farrington and Evelyn Stoddard, and others circa 1959-1993

Box 91, Folder 2

Letters to Celedonio and Angelita Romero from Equestrian order of the Holy Sepulchre of Jerusalem 1991-1994

Box 91, Folder 3

Letters to Celedonio Romero and Mabelle Collins from Miguel Rodriquez 1961-1977

Box 91, Folder 4

Letters to Celedonio Romero from Cristobal Colon, some containing attachments 1990-1995

Box 91, Folder 5

Letters regarding awards for Celedonio Romero from various institutions including University of California, Riverside and University of Southern California 1976-1992

Box 91, Folder 6

Letters to Celedonio and Pepe Romero from various correspondents regarding composing 1984-1992,undated

Box 91, Folder 7

Letter to Celedonio Romero from Joseph G. Lesko regarding Celedonio's guitar collection 1962

Box 91, Folder 8

Letters between the Romero Guitar Quartet and the White House circa 1969-1997

Box 91, Folder 9

Letters to the Romero Guitar Quartet from various management corporations including Columbia Artists Festivals, Phonogram, and Delos International circa 1962-1991

Box 91, Folder 10

Letters to Angel and Celedonio Romero from the General Consulate of Spain 1977-1994

Box 92, Folders 1-2

Letters to Celedonio Romero from Joaquin Rodrigo originating from Spain circa 1968-1988

Box 92, Folders 3-5

Letters to Celedonio Romero from Federico Moreno Torroba, originating from Spain circa 1971-1996

Box 92, Folder 6

Letters to the Romero Guitar Quartet from various correspondents including Capitol Committee inc., UCLA Center for Performing Arts, and Columbia Artists Management inc. regarding tours 1949-1986.

Box 120, Folder 1

Letters that includes a large folded paper with inscriptions from children at AW Elementary school in Hamilton, Texas, addressed to Pepe Romero 1956-1995

Box 128, Folder 1

Letters between people outside of the Romero family 1977-1996,undated

Box 128, Folder 2

Letters from California mayor and the U.S. government 1967-1999

Box 128, Folder 3

Letters within the Romero family circa 1960-1990

Box 95, Folder 4

Postcards addressed to Celedonio and Angelita Romero 1955-1963, undated

Box 96, Folder 1

Postcards (blank) undated

Box 91, Folder 1

Telegrams to the Romero family from friends of the family 1961-1978

 

Series 3. Documents circa 1920-2012, undated

Series Scope and Contents

This series contains written works, financial and legal documents, and other material pertaining to the personal and professional lives of the Romero family and Romero Guitar Quartet. The personal material includes documents pertaining to naturalization, travel, daily life, and related topics while the professional material includes documents pertaining to contracts, royalties, performances, and music.

Series Arrangement

This series is arranged sequentially by box and folder number.
Box 102, Folder 1

Notes from Pepe and Celin Romero (handwritten) 1966-1987

Box 102, Folder 2

Articles (handwritten) including some by Celedonio Romero 1947-1950, undated

Box 102, Folder 3-5

Poetry by Celedonio Romero, Jose Romero, Pepe Romero, and others undated.

Box 102, Folder 6

Essays and writings by Celedonio Romero, F. Moreno Torroba, and Pepe Romero undated

Box 103, Folder 1

Book titled "Poemas, Prosas, Pensamientos y Cantares" by Celedonio Romero circa 1995

Box 103, Folder 2

Drafts of "Poemas, Prosas, Pensamientos y Cantares" by Celedonio Romero circa 1995

Box 103, Folders 3-4

Notebooks, address books, and planners that belonged to Celedonio Romero 1986, undated

Box 103, Folder 5

Interview transcripts of the Romero Guitar Quartet 1952-1956,undated

Box 104, Folder 1

Draft of "The Celedonio Romero Method of the Classical Guitar" 1969

Box 104, Folder 2

Documents relating to Celedonio Romero's method book including drafts, contracts, and copies of photographs undated

Box 104, Folder 3

Manuscript about the Romero Guitar Quartet (untitled) 1996

Box 106, Folder 9

Awards and certificates, such as the Don Quixote award, a certificate of appreciation from the Gulf Coast Latin Chamber of Commerce, the recognition of becoming Knight and Lady of the Holy Sepulchre of KGCHS, and honorary doctorate circa 1981-1995

Box 107, Folder 4

Grammar school documents including school newspaper with poem from Celino Romero, 6th grade promotion program with Lito Romero 1979-1981

Box 107, Folder 5

Ticket stubs for performances by the Romero Guitar Quartet and solo performances circa 1971-2012

Box 107, Folder 6

Original drawings by family members and friends, the majority of which are drawings by the Romero children for their parents and grandparents. Also includes portraits of Celedonio and Angelita drawn by family friend named Dolores 1958, undated

Box 107, Folder 7

Documents related to Celedonio's 80th birthday celebration, including event program, newsletters, scheduling information, menu, and speech notes 1993

Box 107, Folder 8

Documents pertaining to travel including stationary and ticket receipts 1957, undated

Box 108, Folder 6

Business cards for associates, service industry professionals, banking representatives, and members of the Romero family undated

Box 108, Folder 7

Documents regarding an honorary Doctorate in Music from the University of Victoria 1995

Box 108, Folder 8

Transcripts of interviews done by the Romero Guitar Quartet 1960-1990

Box 109, Folder 1

Copyright forms for Romero Guitar Quartet recordings and Celedonio Romero's compositions, instruction booklets on how to obtain a copyright 1997-1992

Box 109, Folder 2

Copyright forms for Romero Guitar Quartet recordings and Celedonio Romero's compositions, instruction booklets on how to obtain a copyright 1948-1995, undated

Box 109, Folder 3

Tour itineraries for the Romero Guitar Quartet. Includes timetables of events, concert schedules, and destination lists 1975-2009, undated

Box 109, Folder 4

Recording documents regarding work done by Celedonio Romero through multiple labels, such as Phillips and Delos Records 1960-1998

Box 109, Folder 5

Documents regarding the developement of the website "romeroguitarquartet.com" circa 2001, undated

Box 109, Folder 6

Biographies of multiple members of the Romero family circa 1982-1993, undated

Box 110, Folder 1

Press releases regarding performances by the Romero Guitar Quartet and soloist shows 1961-1987

Box 110, Folder 2-4

Press material regarding Celin Romero, Pepe Romero, and the passing of Celedonio Romero circa 1992-1996

Box 110, Folder 5

Press material regarding Pepe Romero 1992-2009

Box 115, Folder 1

Poetry written by various individuals circa 1995-1999

Box 115, Folder 2

Advertisements including posters, flyers, pamphlets and other materials (1 of 2) 1951-2003

Box 117, Folders 1-5

Advertisements including posters, flyers, pamphlets and other materials (2 of 2) 1951-2003

Box 118, Folder 1

Instrument documents including Aranjuez strings advertisement, Guitar Salon International catalogue 2010 in which Pepe Romero Jr.'s guitar appears, a guitar building diagram of Torres' guitar, proposal for a Celedonio Romero classical guitar museum, and Celedonio's guitar inventory 1954-1997, undated

Box 118, Folder 2

Newsletters for guitar societies including the Lincoln Guitar Society, Classical Guitar Society of Lansing, the Manhattan Institute for the Guitar, Piedmont Classical Guitar Society, the Victoria Guitar Society, the International Classical Guitar Society, guitar Salon International, and Atlantis:The Imagery Newsletter 1956-1996, undated

Box 118, Folder 3

Celedonio Romero Guitar Institute information packet addressed to Celin Romero containing students' resumes, schedules, and maps 2009, undated

Box 118, Folders 4-5

Biographies on Joaquin Rodrigo, Vicente Espinel, Emilio Pujol, Manuel de Falla, Frederico Garcia Lorca, Antonio Janigro, Cesar Franck, Joaquin Malats, Regino Sainz, and Andres Segovia, and other notable performers and composers 1920-1997, undated

Box 118, Folder 6

Calendars of Classical Guitar Masters of the 20th century and one notated travel calendar 1978-1998

Box 119, Folders 1-4

Religious documents including pamphlets, bible excerpts, and iconography 1979-1999, undated

Box 120, Folder 2

Itineraries for Romero Guitar Quartet concert tours in Europe 1981

Box 120, Folder 3

Award from the "Orden de Isabela la Catolica", proclamation from the city of San Diego, and the Quixote Award 1981

Box 120, Folder 5

Guitar lesson plans for Celedonio's guitar classes in Malaga, Spain, and the "Celedonio Romero Masterclass Week" at the University of San Diego 1989-1991

Box 120, Folder 6

Resume belonging to Celedonio Romero addressed to the St. James Catholic Church undated

Box 120, Folder 7

Interview with Pepe Romero in regards to his father's death, in French 1996

Box 120, Folder 8

Advertisements for a guitar recital played by Celedonio Romero in Spain 1941

Box 128, Folder 4

Documents pertaining to schooling 1948-1954,undated

Box 141, Folder 1

Decorative scrolls regarding religion and astrology undated

Box 141, Folder 2

Artwork collected by the Romero family including pastel prints undated

Box 141, Folder 3

Posters pertaining to religion collected by the Romero family undated

Box 142, Folder 1

Manuscript titled "Meditacones" undated

Box 142, Folder 2

Book from funeral of Celedonio and Angelita Romero 1996-1999

Flat-File-Folder 1, Flat-File-Folder 2, Flat-File-Folder 3

Advertisements including posters and flyers for performances by Romero Guitar Quartet undated

 

Series 4. Photographs and media 1962-1996, undated

Series Scope and Contents

This series is comprised of photographs, audio recordings, and other material pertaining to the Romero family and Romero Guitar Quartet. Includes images of performances, family gatherings, and travel as well as audio cassettes and vinyl records of various performers.

Series Arrangement

This series is arranged sequentially by box and folder number.
Box 121, Folders 1-5

Photographs pertaining to the professional career of the the Romero Guitar Quartet (1 of 2) undated

Box 122, Folders 1-3

Photographs pertaining to the professional career of the the Romero Guitar Quartet (2 of 2) undated

Box 122, Folders 4-5

Photographs pertaining to the Romero family (1 of 2) undated

Box 123, Folders 1-3

Photographs pertaining to the Romero family (2 of 2) undated

Box 124, Folder 1

Transparencies pertaining to the professional career of the the Romero Guitar Quartet undated

Box 124, Folder 2

Viewmaster reels pertaining to different regions of the world undated

Box 124, Folder 3

Film reels including footage of a Romero family trip to Santa Barbara 1962, undated

Box 123, Folder 4

Negatives pertaining to the professional career of the the Romero Guitar Quartet undated

Box 124, Folder 5

Negatives pertaining to the Romero family undated

Box 125, Folders 1-3

Slides pertaining to the Romero family undated

Box 125, Folder 4

Slides pertaining to the professional career of the the Romero Guitar Quartet undated

Box 126, Folders 1-3

Vinyl records of various artists including Beethoven and Rafael Romero 1964-1973, undated

Box 126, Folder 4

Audio cassette of a recording by the Romero Guitar Quartet 1996

Box 133, Folders 1-2

Photographs pertaining to the professional career of the the Romero Guitar Quartet (oversize) undated

Box 133, Folder 3

Photographs pertaining to the professional career of the the Romero Guitar Quartet (oversize) undated

 

Series 5. Programs 1932-2013

Series Scope and Contents

This series contains programs from the Romero Guitar Quartet's performances dating from 1932-2013.

Series Arrangement

This series is arranged sequentially by box and folder number. Select programs span multiple years and are filed according to the most recent year that is represented.
Box 1, Folder 1

Programs 1932-1960

Box 1, Folder 2-3

Programs 1961-1962

Box 1, Folder 4-5

Programs (1 of 2) 1963-1964

Box 2, Folders 1-2

Programs (2 of 2) 1963-1964

Box 2, Folders 3-4

Programs (1 of 2) 1965-1966

Box 3, Folders 1-5

Programs (2 of 2) 1965-1966

Box 4, Folders 1-5

Programs 1967-1968

Box 5, Folders 1-5

Programs (1 of 3) 1969-1970

Box 6, Folders 1-5

Programs (2 of 3) 1969-1970

Box 7, Folders 1-4

Programs (3 of 3) 1969-1970

Box 8, Folders 1-5

Programs (1 of 2) 1971-1972

Box 9, Folders 1-4

Programs (2 of 2) 1971-1972

Box 10, Folders 1-5

Programs (1 of 2) 1973-1974

Box 11, Folders 1-5

Programs (2 of 2) 1973-1974

Box 12, Folders 1-5

Programs (1 of 2) 1975-1976

Box 13, Folders 1-4

Programs (2 of 2) 1975-1976

Box 13, Folder 5

Programs (1 of 2) 1977-1978

Box 14, Folders 1-5

Programs (2 of 2) 1977-1978

Box 15, Folders 1-5

Programs (1 of 3) 1979-1980

Box 16, Folders 1-5

Programs (2 of 3) 1979-1980

Box 17, Folders 1-4

Programs (3 of 3) 1979-1980

Box 18, Folders 1-4

Programs (1 of 2) 1981-1982

Box 19, Folders 1-5

Programs (2 of 2) 1981-1982

Box 20, Folders 1-5

Programs (1 of 2) 1983-1984

Box 21, Folders 1-5

Programs (2 of 2) 1983-1984

Box 23, Folders 1-5

Programs (1 of 3) 1985-1986

Box 24, Folders 1-5

Programs (2 of 3) 1985-1986

Box 25, Folder 1

Programs (3 of 3) 1985-1986

Box 25, Folders 2-6

Programs (1 of 3) 1987-1988

Box 26, Folders 1-5

Programs (2 of 3) 1987-1988

Box 27, Folders 1-5

Programs (3 of 3) 1987-1988

Box 28, Folders 1-5

Programs (1 of 3) 1989-1990

Box 29, Folders 1-5

Programs (2 of 3) 1989-1990

Box 30, Folders 1-3

Programs (3 of 3) 1989-1990

Box 30, Folders 4-5

Programs (1 of 4) 1991-1992

Box 31, Folders 1-5

Programs (2 of 4) 1991-1992

Box 32, Folders 1-5

Programs (3 of 4) 1991-1992

Box 33, Folders 1-2

Programs (4 of 4) 1991-1992

Box 33, Folders 3-5

Programs (1 of 4) 1993-1994

Box 34, Folders 1-5.

Programs (2 of 4) 1993-1994

Box 35, Folders 1-5

Programs (3 of 4) 1993-1994

Box 36, Folders 1-3

Programs (4 of 4) 1993-1994

Box 36, Folders 4-5

Programs (1 of 5) 1995-1996

Box 37, Folders 1-5

Programs (2 of 5) 1995-1996

Box 38, Folders 1-5

Programs (3 of 5) 1995-1996

Box 39, Folders 1-5

Programs (4 of 5) 1995-1996

Box 40, Folder 1

Programs (5 of 5) 1995-1996

Box 40, Folders 2-5

Programs (1 of 6) 1997-1998

Box 41, Folders 1-5

Programs (2 of 6) 1997-1998

Box 42, Folders 1-4

Programs (3 of 6) 1997-1998

Box 43, Folders 1-4

Programs (4 of 6) 1997-1998

Box 44, Folders 1-5

Programs (5 of 6) 1997-1998

Box 45, Folder 1

Programs (6 of 6) 1997-1998

Box 45, Folders 2-5

Programs (1 of 4) 1999-2000

Box 46, Folders 1-5

Programs (2 of 4) 1999-2000

Box 47, Folders 1-5

Programs (3 of 4) 1999-2000

Box 48, Folders 1-5

Programs (4 of 4) 1999-2000

Box 49, Folders 1-5

Programs (1 of 5) 2001-2002

Box 50, Folders 1-5

Programs (2 of 5) 2001-2002

Box 51, Folders 1-4

Programs (3 of 5) 2001-2002

Box 52, Folders 1-4

Programs (4 of 5) 2001-2002

Box 53, Folders 1-3

Programs (5 of 5) 2001-2002

Box 53, Folders 4-5

Programs (1 of 5) 2003-2004

Box 54, Folders 1-5

Programs (2 of 5) 2003-2004

Box 55, Folders 1-5

Programs (3 of 5) 2003-2004

Box 56, Folders 1-5

Programs (4 of 5) 2003-2004

Box 57, Folders 1-2

Programs (5 of 5) 2003-2004

Box 57, Folders 3-5

Programs (1 of 4) 2005-2006

Box 58, Folder 1-5

Programs (2 of 4) 2005-2006

Box 59, Folders 1-5

Programs (3 of 4) 2005-2006

Box 60, Folders 1-2

Programs (4 of 4) 2005-2006

Box 60, Folders 3-5

Programs (1 of 5) 2007-2008

Box 61, Folders 1-5

Programs (2 of 5) 2007-2008

Box 62, Folders 1-5

Programs (3 of 5) 2007-2008

Box 63, Folders 1-5

Programs (4 of 5) 2007-2008

Box 64, Folders 1

Programs (5 of 5) 2007-2008

Box 64, Folders 2-5

Programs (1 of 6) 2009-2010

Box 65, Folders 1-5

Programs (2 of 6) 2009-2010

Box 66, Folders 1-5

Programs (3 of 6) 2009-2010

Box 67, Folders 1-5

Programs (4 of 6) 2009-2010

Box 68, Folders 1-5

Programs (5 of 6) 2009-2010

Box 69, Folders 1-2

Programs (6 of 6) 2009-2010

Box 69, Folders 3-5

Programs (1 of 4) 2011-2012

Box 70, Folders 1-5

Programs (2 of 4) 2011-2012

Box 71, Folders 1-5

Programs (3 of 4) 2011-2012

Box 72, Folders 1-5

Programs (4 of 4) 2011-2012

Box 73, Folders 1-5

Programs (1 of 2) 2013

Box 74, Folders 1-2

Programs (2 of 2) 2013

Box 75, Folders 1-3

Programs undated

Box 76

Programs (bound) 1987

Box 132, Folders 1-2

Programs (oversize) 1939-2013,undated

 

Series 6. Publications, press clippings, and other material 1921-2010, undated

Series Scope and Contents

This series contains publications, press clippings, and other material pertaining to the Romero Guitar Quartet, Romero family, and their travels.

Series Arrangement

This series is arranged sequentially by box and folder number.
Box 105, Folders 1-4

Magazines featuring the Romero Guitar Quartet including TIME and Newsweek (1 of 2) 1962-2007, undated

Box 111, Folder 1

Museum pamphlets for Centro Cultural "Manuel de Falla", the Mozart Museum, Centro Cultural Tijuana, Eugenio chicano guitarras 60, the Johann Sebastian Bach museum, a Joaquin Turina exhibition, and other cultural destinations 1970, undated

Box 111, Folder 2

Maps of Tokyo, Rome, Malaga, Copenhagen, and a Eurail map 1987-2000, undated

Box 111, Folder 3

Travel brochures for various tourist and cultural destinations 1970, undated

Box 111, Folder 4

Newsletters and newspaper clippings on the Romero Guitar Quartet 1989-2010,undated

Box 114, Folders 1-4

Publications on topics including history, religion, and grammar 1948-1984, undated

Box 115, Folder 3

Magazines featuring the Romero Guitar Quartet including TIME and Newsweek (2 of 2) 1966-2007,undated

Box 120, Folder 10

Magazines and newspaper clippings (oversize) including Temas 1965-1982

 

Series 7. Reviews 1927-2010, undated

Series Scope and Contents

This series contains press reviews of the Romero Guitar Quartet's performances dating from 1927-2010.

Series Arrangement

This series is arranged sequentially by box and folder number.
Box 77, Folder 3

Reviews 1927-1961

Box 77, Folders 4-5

Reviews 1962-1964

Box 78, Folder 1

Reviews 1965-1967

Box 78, Folders 2-5

Reviews 1968-1970

Box 79, Folders 1-5

Reviews 1971-1973

Box 80, Folders 1-2

Reviews 1974-1975

Box 80, Folder 3

Reviews 1976-1977

Box 80, Folders 4-5

Reviews 1978-1979

Box 81, Folders 1-3

Reviews 1980-1982

Box 81, Folders 4-5

Reviews 1983-1984

Box 82, Folders 1-6

Reviews 1985-1986

Box 83, Folder 1

Reviews 1986

Box 83, Folders 2-6

Reviews 1987-1988

Box 84, Folders 1-5

Reviews 1989-1991

Box 85, Folders 1-3

Reviews 1992-1993

Box 85, Folders 4-6

Reviews 1994

Box 86, Folders 1-3

Reviews 1995-1996

Box 86, Folders 4-5

Reviews 1998-1999

Box 87, Folders 1-2

Reviews 2000-2001

Box 87, Folder 3

Reviews 2002-2010

Box 77, Folders 1-2

Reviews undated

Box 134, Folder 1

Reviews (oversize) 1930-1949, undated

Box 134, Folder 2

Reviews (oversize) 1950-1959

Box 134, Folders 3-4

Reviews (oversize) 1960-1969

Box 135, Folders 1-3

Reviews (oversize) 1970-1979

Box 136, Folders 1-3

Reviews (oversize) (1 of 3) 1980-1989

Box 137, Folders 1-3

Reviews (oversize) (2 of 3) 1980-1989

Box 138, Folders 1-2

Reviews (oversize) (3 of 3) 1980-1989

Box 138, Folder 3

Reviews (oversize) 1990-1999

 

Series 8. Scores undated

Series Scope and Contents

This series contains a selection of handwritten and printed scores including the titles "Cuadros Espanoles" and "Fantasia Espanola."

Series Arrangement

This series is arranged sequentially by box and folder number.
Box 112, Folders 1-4

Handwritten and printed composition titled "Fiesta Andaluza" undated

Box 112, Folder 5

Printed composition titled "Cuadros Espanoles" undated

Box 113, Folders 1-2

Printed composition titled "Fantasia Espanola" undated

Box 113, Folder 3

Handwritten and printed untitled music sheets undated

Box 116, Folder 1

Published music sheets by various composers circa 1950-1990

Box 116, Folder 2

Handwritten music sheets including "Brandenburg Concerto #6" circa 1961-1991

Box 139, Folders 1-2

Printed music sheets including composition titled "Fantasia Espanola" (bound) undated

Box 139, Folder 3

Handwritten untitled music sheet undated

Box 140, Folder 1

Handwritten composition titled "Suite Antigua" undated

Box 140, Folder 2

Printed composition titled "Tema con variaciones" (bound) undated

Box 140, Folder 3

Handwritten composition titled "Cuadros Espanoles" undated

Box 142, Folder 3

Handwritten and printed composition titled "Concierto de Malaga" undated