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PAUL HUME PAPERS
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Box: 2 Fold: 44 Gerard Souzay
August 3, 1966

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Ruth Hume from Gerard Souzay: ALS with envelope, dated 8/3/1966 (2 pages/1 sheet). Reference to work performing and recording.

Box: 2 Fold: 45 Gerard Souzay
January 16, 1967

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Ruth Hume from Gerard Souzay: ALS with envelope, dated 1/16/1967 (2 pages/1 sheet). Reference to anticipated meeting, and to giving a concert and master class at Oberlin College.

Box: 2 Fold: 46 Gerard Souzay
February 5, 1967

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Ruth Hume from Gerard Souzay: ALS with envelope, dated 2/5/1967 (2 pages/1 sheet). Expresses gratitude for continued support.

Box: 2 Fold: 47 Gerard Souzay
February 18, 1967

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Paul and Ruth Hume from baritone Gerard Souzay: ALS with envelope, dated 2/18/1967 (2 pages/1 sheet). Thanking the Humes for a reception and reference to recording work.

Box: 2 Fold: 48 Gerard Souzay
December 27, 1967

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Ruth Hume from Gerard Souzay: ALS with envelope, dated 12/27/1967 (5 pages/3 sheets). Reference to critical reviews of his performances.

Box: 2 Fold: 49 Gerard Souzay
January 1, 1968

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Ruth Hume from Gerard Souzay: ALS with envelope, dated 1/1/1968 (4 pages/2 sheets). Reference to enjoying recent performances in Japan and Hong Kong.



Box: 2 Fold: 50 Gerard Souzay
April 10, 1968

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Ruth Hume from Gerard Souzay: ALS with envelope, dated 4/10/1968 (2 pages/1 sheet). Thanking the Humes for their continued support and friendship.

Box: 2 Fold: 51 Gerard Souzay
October 23, 1969

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Paul and Ruth Hume from baritone Gerard Souzay: ALS with envelope, dated 10/23/1969 (2 pages/1 sheet). Reference to enjoying a meeting with the Humes in Washington, expressing appreciation for their friendship and that of Baldwin Dalton, long-time friend and accompanist.

Box: 2 Fold: 52 Gerard Souzay
January 14, 1970

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Paul Hume from baritone Gerard Souzay: TLS dated 1/14/1970 (1 page). Reference to Rudolf Bing and to Colin Davis. Also includes copy of review blurbs for Souzay's performance with the Metropolitan Opera in 1965.

Box: 2 Fold: 53 Gerard Souzay
February 1, 1970

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Paul Hume from baritone Gerard Souzay: ALS with envelope, dated 2/1/1970 (2 pages/1 sheet). Reference to Colin Davis.

Box: 2 Fold: 54 Gerard Souzay
February 22, 1970

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Ruth Hume from Gerard Souzay: ALS with envelope, dated 2/22/1970 (2 pages/1 sheet). Reference to good performances.

Box: 2 Fold: 55 Gerard Souzay
November 25, 1971

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Ruth Hume from Gerard Souzay: ALS with envelope, dated 11/25/1971 (2 pages/1 sheet). Reference to busy schedule, performing and recording.

Box: 2 Fold: 56 Gerard Souzay
September 4, 1975

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Ruth Hume from Gerard Souzay: ALS with envelope, dated 9/4/1975 (2 pages/1 sheet). Reference to Dalton Baldwin and busy schedule.

Box: 2 Fold: 57 Gerard Souzay
November 21, 1987

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Paul Hume from baritone Gerard Souzay: ALS with envelope, dated 11/21/1987 (1 page). Reference to coordination a lecture by Hume and a concert by Souzay and Dalton Baldwin at the University of Texas.

Box: 2 Fold: 58 Gerard Souzay
October 11, 1987

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Paul Hume from baritone Gerard Souzay: ALS dated 10/11/1987 (1 page). Reference to sending Hume a copy of his book.

Box: 2 Fold: 59 Gerard Souzay
undated

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Paul and Ruth Hume from baritone Gerard Souzay: ACS Christmas card, undated.

Box: 2 Fold: 60 Gerard Souzay - Photograph
undated

DESCRIPTION: Photograph (b/w, 8"x10") of baritone Gerard Souzay, undated.

Box: 2 Fold: 61 Sylwin Strakacz
1934-68

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Ruth Hume from Sylwin Strakacz re attached copy of TLS from Ignace Jan Paderewski to Rom Landau (dated 4/10/1934 in Polish) with TLS reply from Landau (dated 5/7/1934 in English). Reference to Paderewski's offense at a biography on him by Landau.

Box: 2 Fold: 62 Louis Sudler - Biography by Paul Hume
July 26, 1986

DESCRIPTION: TL from Paul Hume to baritone Louis Sudler, dated 7/26/1986, re accompanying typed manuscript by Paul Hume, "Louis Sudler, the Best of Both Worlds."

Box: 2 Fold: 63 Louis Sudler - Biography by Paul Hume
1986

DESCRIPTION: Copy of typed manuscript of biography of Louis Sudler by Paul Hume, "Louis Sudler, the Best of Both Worlds."

Box: 2 Fold: 64 Louis Sudler Prize in the Arts (Yale University)
undated

DESCRIPTION: Printed brochure describing the Louis Sudler Prize in the Arts offered by Yale University. Includes typed news release by A. Bartlett Giamatti re the Louis Sudler Prizes which annually honor winners from 15 universities in the arts.

Box: 2 Fold: 65 Clive Swansbourne
December 28, 1981

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Paul Hume from young pianist Clive Swansbourne: TLS dated 12/28/1981. Includes sample programs and publicity notices.

Box: 2 Fold: 66 George Szell
October 1, 1962

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Paul Hume from George Szell (1897-1970), musical director of the Cleveland Orchestra: TLS dated 10/1/1962. Responding to a letter from Hume.

Box: 2 Fold: 67 Virgil Thomson
January 13, 1949

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Paul Hume from composer Virgil Thomson (1896-1989): TLS dated 1/13/1949 (1 page). Reference to a complimentary review by Hume and to composers Henry Cowell and Wallingford Riegger.

Box: 2 Fold: 68 Virgil Thomson
September 1970

DESCRIPTION: Typed carbon from Paul Hume to composer Virgil Thomson re the proposed performance of Thomson's "Four Saints in Three Acts" by the Opera Society of Washington. Includes memoranda between Hume and Jean White, Washington Post.

Box: 2 Fold: 69 Virgil Thomson
October 6, 1970

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Paul Hume from composer Virgil Thomson: ALS dated 10/6/1970, with envelope. Reference to Hume's request to review Thomson's work, "Four Saints in Three Acts."

Box: 2 Fold: 70 Virgil Thomson
October 24, 1970

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Paul Hume from composer Virgil Thomson: ALS dated 10/24, 1970. Includes copy of TLS from Hume dated 10/20/1970. Reference to cancellation of a performance of Thomson's work, "Four Saints in Three Acts," which Hume had planned on reviewing.

Box: 2 Fold: 71 Virgil Thomson
October 8, 1982

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Paul Hume from composer Virgil Thomson: TLS dated 10/8/1982 with envelope. Reference to review by Hume of Thomson to be forwarded to the latter by mutual friend John Brown.

Box: 2 Fold: 72 Virgil Thomson - Obituary note
1989

DESCRIPTION: Copy of typed obituary note for composer Virgil Thomson.

Box: 2 Fold: 73 Alan Titus
June 18, 1972

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Paul Hume from singer Alan Titus (1945- ): ALS dated 6/18/1972 with envelope. Reference performing Leonard Bernstein's "Mass."

Box: 2 Fold: 74 Alan Titus - Photographs
undated

DESCRIPTION: 2 photographs of singer Alan Titus (undated, b/w, 8"x10"): 1. studio portrait; and 2. Titus as Nero with Noelle Rogers as Poppea, Opera Society of Washington, D.C.

Box: 2 Fold: 75 James Tocco
October 13, 1982

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Paul Hume from pianist James Tocco (1943- ): ALS dated 10/13/1982 with envelope. Thanking Hume for a supportive review.

Box: 2 Fold: 76 James Tocco - Photographs
undated

DESCRIPTION: 2 photographs (undated, b/w, 8"x10") of pianist James Tocco.

Box: 2 Fold: 77 James D. Wagoner
February 22, 1981

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Paul Hume from composer James Wagoner: TLS dated 2/22/1981. Reference to performance of new work by Wagoner, "Achilles." Includes news release about the premier of the piece at the Corcoran Gallery, Washington, D.C. Also includes photograph of Wagoner (b/w 8"x10").



Box: 2 Fold: 78 John O. Ward
June 10, 1960

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Paul Hume from John Owen Ward, manager, music department, Oxford University Press, Inc.: TLS dated 6/10//1960. Reference to Hume's inquiries re sheet music.

Box: 2 Fold: 79 Justine Bayard Ward
1950

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Paul Hume from music educator Justine Bayard Ward (1879-1975): TLS dated 3/9/1950 with envelope. Reference to a review by Hume of a performance by violinist Odette Hertz. Includes clipping of the article and typed carbons from Hume to Hertz and to Ward (both dated 3/17/1950).

Box: 2 Fold: 80 Justine Bayard Ward
August 13, 1956

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Paul Hume from Justine Bayard Ward: TLS dated 8/13/1956 (1 page). Reference to the recent publication of a book by Hume (title not mentioned).

Box: 2 Fold: 81 Justine Bayard Ward
1975

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Paul Hume from Vincent Shields: ALS and TLS dated 11/22/1975 and 11/24/1975, respectively. Attached are typescript for an obituary for Justine Bayard Ward and copy of typed list of honors and awards received by her. Shields also refers to some photographs of Ward that he forwarded to Hume (some of these are in Folder 2:82; however some appear to be missing.)

Box: 2 Fold: 82 Justine Bayard Ward - Photographs
1945-62

DESCRIPTION: 5 b/w photographs (various sizes) of Justine Bayard Ward. Descriptions are provided in a letter dated 11/24/1975 from Vincent Shields to Paul Hume (see Folder 2:81). Includes 1 photograph of Sister Rose Vincent.

Box: 2 Fold: 83 Helmut Wobisch
November 7, 1956

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Paul Hume from brass soloist Helmut Wobisch (1912-80): TLS dated 11/7/1956, in German.

Box: 2 Fold: 84 Robert D. Young
1980-81

DESCRIPTION: Copies of translations by Robert D. Young: 1. Liebeslieder Walzer by Johannes Brahms; and 2. Alfred de Musset's "Stances a la Malibran," inscribed and signed to Paul Hume, dated April 16, 1980. Includes ACS postcard from Young to Hume, postmarked 8/21/1981.

Box: 2 Fold: 85 Correspondence 1947 (B-H)
1947

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Paul Hume from Edward Burling, Jr., chairman, Sustaining Fund Committee, National Symphony Orchestra; Kathryn Campbell, Chemical and Engineering News; Carley Dawson; Elaine Dunseth; Edwin Fadiman, president, Fadiman Associates, Ltd.; J.G. Frain, Washington Art Center Association, Inc.; Louis Hubbard.

Box: 2 Fold: 86 Correspondence 1947 (K-T)
1947

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Paul Hume from Margaret Knight (TLS); Floyd E. Kurtz (ALS); Charles K. Moser (TLS); Calmon Sperling (ALS); Roberta Taylor (ALS); Ellsworth Tompkins (ALS).

Box: 2 Fold: 87 Correspondence 1948 (B-F)
1948

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Paul Hume from Robert Wilson Barnitt (TLS); Louise Bissell (ALS); Alice C. Cardozo (ALS); Weldon Carter, director, Washington Musical Institute, Inc. (TLS); Margaret F. Castle (2 ALS); Gladys Swarthout Chapman (TLS); Jean B. Clary (ALS); William Davlin (TLS); Earl Dworecksi (TLS); Frederick Fall (TL carbon); James H. Fassett; Mary Fraser (ALS).

Box: 2 Fold: 88 Correspondence 1948 (G-J)
1948

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Paul Hume from Marjorie Guggenheim (TCS postcard); Francis Harrell (ALS); Dorothy Joyce (ALS, TLS); G.E. Judd, manager, Boston Symphony Orchestra (TLS).

Box: 2 Fold: 89 Correspondence 1948 (K-N)
1948

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Paul Hume from Howard Keats (ACS postcard); Marie Kraft (ALS); W.G. Land (TLS); Rosalie Leslie, assistant dean of women, University of Maryland (TLS); Harry B. Merican (TLS); Phyllis Milans (ALS); Mary Nicholson (TLS).

Box: 2 Fold: 90 Correspondence 1948 (P-V)
1948

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Paul Hume from Virginia Pierce (ALS); Cody Pfanstiehl, promotion manager, WTOP Columbia Broadcasting System, Inc., Washington, D.C. (TLS); Lenard Quinto, chief of music recreation service special services, Veterans Administration (TLS); C. Smith (TLS); John Suter (TLS); Beatrice Tendler (TLS); Gordon Tiger (2 TLS); George H. Vaillancourt (ALS).

Box: 2 Fold: 91 Correspondence 1949 (B-H)
1949

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Paul Hume from Rebecca Blundell (ACS postcard); Alberta Carpenter; Joseph M. Cormack (TLS); Carley Dawson (TLS); Dorothea de Schweinitz (TLS); E.R. Finkenstaedt, National Symphony Orchestra (TLS); Virginia Henderson, assistant to the president, Community Concert Service, Division of Columbia Artists Management Inc. (TLS); Shara Herkel (ALS); Ross V. Hersey to Richard Bales, National Gallery of Art (TLS).

Box: 2 Fold: 92 Correspondence 1949 (K-W)
1949

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Paul Hume from Bernard Krug; Selma Levine; George Maitland; William Osten; Gilderoy Scott; Selma Stein; Rudolph Von Abele; Otthilie Van Allen; Joseph Whiteford, Aeolian-Skinner Organ Company; Berenice Wilson Wiers.

Box: 2 Fold: 93 Correspondence 1950 (A-H)
1950

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Paul Hume from James H. Anderson; Edward Boykin, director, National Capital Sesquicentennial Commissions; Leigh Driskill; Louise Dyer; Herman Fakler; Stuart Hamilton, director, Public Affairs Lecture Service; Harold Haugh; Marcella L. Hinsdale.

Box: 2 Fold: 94 Correspondence 1950 (K-P)
1950

DESCRIPTION: Correspondence to Paul Hume from C. Klatchko; Calvin B. LeCompte Jr.; Leah Marks; Dorothy McLean; J.L. Mikelson; Max Pons.

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