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Amanda Stadtmiller papers

 Collection
Identifier: CSC-049
Abstract

Collection of personal material donated by Amanda Stadtmiller, a Dayton-area organist. The collection contains ephemera from her time teaching as well as books and coursework from her organist training and education, especially at the Gregorian Institute of America.

Dates: 1939-1956

American Christian Music Collection

 Collection
Identifier: CSC-039
Abstract:

Collection of Christian songbooks from the United States, as well as a songbook of Mexican songs featuring Christian songs.

Dates: 1880-1980

Brother Donald Boccardi papers

 Collection
Identifier: ML-054
Abstract

This collection contains manuscripts and a draft of a proposed publication containing essays from multiple authors.

Dates: circa 1981 - 1992

Dayton Bach Society records

 Collection
Identifier: UASC-002
Abstract

This collection contains administrative, publicity, and performance materials of the Dayton Bach Society, a highly regarded semi-professional chorus in Dayton, Ohio, founded by UD music professor Dr. Richard P. Benedum in 1974. The Dayton Bach Society dissolved in 2002.

Dates: 1974-2002

Eileen L. Sears papers

 Collection
Identifier: UASC-027
Abstract

Papers of music and physical education instructor, Eileen L. Sears, who also served as director of the student union in the 1950s. This small collection includes photographs, correspondence, performance programs, clippings, and research and draft manuscripts of Sears' published Civil War novel, Born a Rebel (1990).

Dates: 1912-1993

Glenn R. Walters collection

 Collection
Identifier: UASC-015
Abstract

Collection of video recordings produced by Glenn Walters and his production company, Valdhere, Inc., during his active career as a non-theatrical film and television producer. The recordings cover topics of business and industry throughout the twentieth century. In addition to video footage, the collection includes scripts; shooting, editing, and sound mixing notes; and pre-production research.

Dates: 1893-1999; Majority of material found within 1954 - 1999

Josephine L. Schwarz papers

 Collection
Identifier: UASC-003
Abstract

Personal and professional documents pertaining to dancer and choreographer Josephine Schwarz and to the Schwarz School of Dance and Dayton Ballet, both of which she founded in Dayton, Ohio, in 1927 and 1937, respectively.

Dates: 1905-1999

Kenneth and Micheline Kuntz collection

 Collection
Identifier: UASC-019
Abstract

Programs and sheet music collected by Kenneth and Micheline Kuntz. The collection is primarily local in scope, although it also covers performing arts events around the United States and abroad. The collection spans the late 19th to early 21st centuries.

Dates: 1893-2009; Majority of material found within 1999 - 2009

Marian sheet music collection

 Collection
Identifier: ML-037
Abstract

This collection contains sheet music with a Marian dimension. This collection is international in scope, and a bulk of the music dates from the 1860s through the present day.

Dates: 1598-2012, bulk 1860-2012; Majority of material found within 1860 - 2012

Richard P. Benedum papers

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Identifier: UASC-023
Abstract

Faculty papers of University of Dayton music professor Dr. Richard P. Benedum, including teaching materials, grant project files, correspondence, news clippings, and writings, most notably his program notes for the Dayton Philharmonic Orchestra programs (1976-2006).

Dates: 1972-2006

Urban Deger Sheet Music collection

 Collection
Identifier: UASC-029
Scope and Contents

This collection includes 45 pieces of organ sheet music from the early 20th century.

Dates: 1888 - 1941

Victory Theatre records

 Collection
Identifier: UASC-014
Abstract

The Victory Theatre records consist of Victory Theatre Association governing documents, as well as rental agreements, posters, photographs, sheet music, and other organizational records. The Victory Theatre (now known as the Victoria Theatre) is located on the corners of First and Main streets in downtown Dayton, Ohio, and has been a center for performing arts since 1866.

Dates: 1902-1981