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Baliot Collection, 1902-1997, bulk dates 1910-1928

 Collection
Identifier: A2021.0027
Abstract

The Baliot Collection is comprised of black and white print photographs, performance contracts, card photographs, printed materials, programs, a scrapbook, and a published book. The materials date from 1902 to 1997, the bulk ranging from 1910-1928. A significant portion of card and print photographs capture scenes of the Baliot aerial performers, acts, and publicity shots, primarily of Emma and Anton Riedler, stage named Erna and Tony Baliot. The scrapbook and printed materials consist of clippings, ephemera, and advertising of the Baliots as well as personal photographs and travel related printed materials.

Dates: Majority of material found within 1910 - 1928; 1902 - 1997

Lima Colonial Records

 Collection — Box: 1
Identifier: MSS 0-202
Scope and Contents

Four printed and manuscript documents from colonial Peru, documenting financial transactions and an excommunication in Lima.

Content is in Spanish, and English translations are available for Items 1, 2, and 3.

This collection was formerly titled "Peruvian Manuscripts."

Dates: Created: 1688, 1698; Other: Date acquired: 02/05/1957

Roy Lindsey collection

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: 02-11.0039
Scope and Contents

This is the collection of Roy Lindsey who served in World War II as part of the 81st Engineering Aviation Battalion in the European Theater. The collection contains postcards from America and Abroad and greeting cards. Letters between Roy Lindsey and his wife Irene, while Roy Lindsey was serving in the European Theatre are also included, along with photographs of Roy Lindsey during his time in the Army. Also included are letters between Roy Lindsey and his brother whom also served during World War II. There are telgrams, and an expired driver's license.

Dates: 1943-1949

Phillip Spurgeon Collection

 Collection
Identifier: FSUML-2020-030
Abstract

This collection contains materials related to music conductor Phillip Spurgeon who was a professor at and Florida State University from 1972-2003. Subject matter concerns orchestral conducting practice and pedagogy in the late twentieth century, related to music performed by the FSU Symphony Orchestra from 1972-2003 in the United States and Europe. This collection contains annotated musical scores, along with a few concert programs, memorandums, research notes, performance and rehearsal notes, and correspondence.

Dates: 1972 - 2020