Rosemaling in the Upper Midwest Collection, 1987-1995

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Series: I: MANUSCRIPT MATERIALS. Mills Music Library Wisconsin Music Archives. Wisconsin Folk Museum Collection.
Box   1
Freistadt Alte Kameraden Band 50th Anniversary Celebration pamphlet, 1992
Box   2
A.P.92.1.14: Instructor for the Concertina, Book 1 by Henry Silberhorn, 1910
Box   2
A.P.92.1.15: Melodies by Lawrence Duchow, New York: Hill and Range Songs, Inc., 1950
Box   2
Ach Ya! Posters
Physical Description: Three copies 
Box   2
B.92.1.28: Hustisford Concertina Club concert, 1942 April 9-10
Box   3
Scores:
Little Annie Rooney (with words) in original compositions and arrangements for the Zither by Maurice Jacobi. Washington, D.C.: Franz Waldecker and Co.
Pastime for Zither Players, arr. Max Maier. San Francisco: Max Maier, 1884
Pfingstrosen (op. 630). By Jos Rixner in Albumblatter: Sammlung beliebter Zither-Compositionen. Bremen: A.E. Fischer. New York: Carl Fischer.
Box   3
Henry Silberhorn materials (in a yellow envelope):
Sheet music arr. By Henry Silberhorn
Physical Description: 4 pieces 
German Song Album no. 3. Chicago: Henry Silberhorn, 1913
Henry Silberhorn's Instructor for the Concertina. Chicago: Henry Silberhorn, 1927
Fifteen Children's songs and games with words arranged and published for concertina. Chicago: Henry Silberhorn, 1928
Silberhorn music list by Gruetzmacher's Concertina: sales, service, sheet music, T3136 Calico Ln., Wausau, Wisconsin 54401
Box   3
Newspapers (in acid-free paper):
The Daily Herald, Wausau-Merrill, Wisconsin, 1984 October 18
Note: Includes a cover photo of Dan Gruetzmacher with a concertina.
Watertown Daily Times, 1976 June 12
Box   3
Wisconsin Folklife Center, Folklore Village Farm Ach Ya! Order forms
Box   4
Miscellaneous German-American materials
Deutsches Volksliedarchiv, Freiburg (German Folk Song Archive)
Scope and Content Note: Letter in German
Essen Haus
Scope and Content Note: Calendar of events for 1988 March and 1989 March
German American Project file