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University of Chicago Library

Guide to the Music Relating to the University of Chicago Records 1895-1939

© 2007 University of Chicago Library

Descriptive Summary

Title:

Music Relating to the University of Chicago. Records

Dates:

1895-1939

Size:

1 linear foot (1 oversixe box)

Repository:

Special Collections Research Center
University of Chicago Library
1100 East 57th Street
Chicago, Illinois 60637 U.S.A.

Abstract:

This collection consists of sheet music and band scores for several songs featured at band events, mainly, at the University of Chicago.

Information on Use

Access

No restrictions

Citation

When quoting material from this collection, the preferred citation is: Music Relating to the University of Chicago. Records, [Box #, Folder #], Special Collections Research Center, University of Chicago Library

Historical Note

This collection consists of sheet music and band scores for several songs featured at band events, mainly, at the University of Chicago.

Scope Note

This collection consists of sheet music and band score for several songs featured at band events.

Related Resources

The following related resources are located in the Department of Special Collections:

http://www.lib.uchicago.edu/e/spcl/select.html

Subject Headings

INVENTORY

Box 1   Folder 1

  • Lyrics to "Songs of the University of Chicago"
  • Lyrics for "Annual Alumni Sing," 14 June 1902
  • "Alumni Favorite Songs" (8 copies)
  • "University of Chicago Football Songs
  • Songs for "University of Chicago Sing," 9 June 1945
  • Sheet music for "Our Chicago Song," words and music by Norman Reid (5 copies)
  • Lyrics for "Thanksgiving Day Songs and Cheers"
  • Lyrics for "University of Chicago Sing"
  • Music and lyrics for "Bells of Freedom"
  • Handwritten sheet music for "Latin Play Mostellara," Elizabeth Ayers Kidd, 1919
  • Score for "Alma Mater," University of Chicago, 1939
  • Sheet music and lyrics for "Alma Mater," words by Edwin H. Lewis
  • Sheet music for "Alma Mater," for multiple instruments
  • Cheer, "Spell it," Miss E.H. Lattam
  • Cheer, "Marshall Field," Miss E.H. Lattam
Box 1   Folder 2

  • Sheet Music for "Down the Field," Music by S.P. Friedman, words by C.W. O'Connor
  • Sheet music for "Flag of Maroon," Music by Donald Richberg, for multiple instruments
  • Sheet music for "Maroon, March and Two Step," by Daniel R. Richberg, for multiple instruments
  • Sheet music for "Campus Capers, A College Intermezzo," by Albert Sabath
Box 1   Folder 3

Sheet music for "University Medley, A quartette," arranged by E.O. Taylor

Box 1   Folder 4

Poster for "The Sleeper, Quartette or Song and Chorus," music by E.M. Shaw

Box 1   Folder 5

  • Misc. music book, "The Golden Girl"
  • "Chicago Victory Chorus," words and music by Donald R. Richberg
Box 1   Folder 6

  • "Flag of Maroon," Words and music by Donald Richberg, 1926 (2 copies)
  • "Wave the Flag," by Gordon Erickson
  • "Go U Northwestern," by Theo. C. Van Etten, 1913
  • Copy of words and music for "The Quadrangler Waltze," Charlotte V. Thear (?)
  • Sheet music for "On, Wisconsin," words by Carl Beck and music by W.T. Purdy (909), with new words by Dr. Filip A. Forsbeck, with "the Road to Mandalay" and "Pickles and Peppers," 1 Sep 1927
Box 1   Folder 7

  • Sheet music for "The University of Chicago, Collection of Choruses," (6 copies)
  • Sheet music for "Nevin's Quartets for Man's Voices," 1896 (2 copies)
  • Lyrics for "University of Chicago Songs," (4 copies)
  • Lyrics for "Songs for the Chicago Alumni Club at the University of Chicago"
  • Lyrics for "Song for the Home-Coming of Chicago Men," 12 June 1911 (2 copies)
Box 1   Folder 8

  • "Our Chicago Song," words and music by Norman Reid, 1926
  • "Chicago, We're True to You," by J. Beach Cragun, 1915
  • "The March Maroon," by Harry Turner, 1906 (2 copies)
  • "The Man who wears the "C", by Hansen-Klein," 1907
Box 1   Folder 9

  • "Song of the C," words and music by Donald R. Richberg, 1910 (6 copies)
  • "Song of the Emblem," word by H.N. Gottlieb, (9 copies)
Box 1   Folder 10

  • "To the Team," words and music by Ernest Hatch Wilkens, 1923
  • "Chicago Victory Chorus," words and music by Donald R. Richberg, 1921
  • "The March of the Maroons," Music by William T. Purdy, 1906 and words by Campbell Marvin, 1912
  • "The Maroon," words by Jack Patton and music by G.A. Garrett, 1907
  • "Maroon, A Marching Song for the University of Chicago," words and melody by Donald R. Richberg, signed and dedicated by Richberg
Box 1   Folder 11

"Snell Hall Two Step,"composed by Stacy C. Mosser, Pres. W. R. Harper, Compliments of the author," 1895