The Julius Bloom Collection

Table of Contents

Descriptive Summary
Historical / Biographical Note
Scope and Content Note
Arrangement
Administrative Information
Controlled Access Headings
Collection Inventory
Series I: CHC
Series II: CH International
Series III: CH Society
Series IV: CH Jeunesses Musicales

Descriptive Summary

Title
Julius Bloom Collection
Repository
Carnegie Hall Archives
881 Seventh Avenue
New York, NY 10019
Phone: (212) 903-9629
E-mail: archives@carnegiehall.org
Creator
Bloom, Julius, 1912-1984
Date [bulk]
Bulk, 1965-1978
Date [inclusive]
1960-1982
Extent
14.2 Linear feet 34 boxes
Language
English
Abstract
Julius Bloom was the acting Executive Director of Carnegie Hall from July to September 1960, after which he took over the post permanently. In July of 1977 he resigned as Executive Director and became Director of Corporate Planning and Vice Chairman of the Board of Trustees. On June 30, 1979 he resigned from these two posts. Bloom was also a member of the Carnegie Hall Board of Trustees from its inception in 1960 until he left in 1979. This collection covers the years 1960 to 1982. It includes administrative and programming records, correspondence and minutes and reports of the Board of Trustees. These records are valuable because they are the first administrative records of the non-profit Carnegie Hall Corporation, formed in July 1960. They reflect the variety of activities associated with both artistic programming and daily management of Carnegie Hall.

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Historical / Biographical Note

Julius Bloom was born September 23, 1912 in Brooklyn, New York. He graduated from South Side High School, Newark, New Jersey in 1929 and went on to receive a B.A from Rutgers University in 1933. In 1935 he married Emily Spicer, a bacteriologist. They had two sons, Joseph and David.

Bloom did not seek a career in music after he graduated from Rutgers. Although classical music was always one of Bloom's interests, philosophy and literature were his intended career paths. He was associate editor of a monthly magazine entitled The Literary World and in 1936 became a teacher of Philosophy at Rutgers University.

In 1936, upon advice from his doctor, he took a break from teaching to allow his eyes to recover from stress. During this time he was asked to assist the director of the Brooklyn Institute of Arts and Sciences, which also included the Brooklyn Academy of Music. In 1941 he took over as director and was responsible for presenting cultural and educational programs. He continued at this post for 17 years.

In 1959 Bloom had wanted to retire to concentrate on writing, editing, and translating. However, this retirement was short-lived because he took a job as director of concerts and lectures at Rutgers University. 1960 was the year that Carnegie Hall was saved from demolition and the non-profit Carnegie Hall Corporation was born. Julius Bloom became the first Executive Director of Carnegie Hall on September 1, 1960.

Before 1960 Carnegie Hall was privately owned and run as a rental hall. After the City of New York bought Carnegie Hall and the Corporation was created to manage the halls and studios, the idea emerged to begin sponsoring events. This was a slow process, beginning with one event for the 1960-61 season. Today the Carnegie Hall Corporation presents approximately one third of all the events in Isaac Stern Auditorium/Perelman Stage, Zankel Hall, and Weill Recital Hall.

Julius Bloom was also Executive Director of the Corporation's four affiliates. One of these, the Carnegie Hall Society, which raises funds for the Hall, is still in existence. The other three no longer exist. They were: Carnegie Hall International, which initiated cultural projects abroad; Carnegie Hall Jeunesses-Musicales, which was affiliated with comparable organizations in 34 other countries and worked on behalf of youth and music; and the Carnegie Hall Institute for Advanced Musical Studies, which sponsored seminars and workshops.

From July 1977, when he resigned as Executive Director, until his full resignation on June 30, 1979, he was Director of Corporate Planning and Vice Chairman of the Board of Trustees. Julius Bloom died at his home in Brooklyn on July 6, 1984 at the age of 71.

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Scope and Content Note

The Julius Bloom Collection measures 14.2 linear feet and covers the years 1960 to 1982 (with one document from 1957). The bulk of the collection spans the years 1965 to 1978. Records include correspondence, minutes and reports, and memorandum. Photographs have been removed from the collection if they have relevance to the Photograph Collection. Any other photographs have been placed in Mylar sleeves and remain in the appropriate file. There are four series in the Bloom Collection: The Carnegie Hall Corporation (with sub-series Board of Trustees); Carnegie Hall International; The Carnegie Hall Society (with sub-series Board of Trustees); and Carnegie Hall Jeunesses-Musicales. The Carnegie Hall Corporation series encompasses administrative and programming details. These records are important because they are the first administrative records of the Carnegie Hall Corporation. The growth of the Corporation can be seen in the changes that took place over the course of Julius Bloom's tenure as Executive Director. The Corporation began in 1960 with less than 15 employees and did not present any concerts. The creation of various departments, such as Public Relations, Development and Subscription can be traced in this series.

Carnegie Hall International promoted, alone or in cooperation with governmental agencies, performances of foreign orchestras and artists at Carnegie Hall and countrywide. While Carnegie Hall International no longer exists, the series provides insight into the importance of outreach in Carnegie Hall's artistic programming.

The Carnegie Hall Society series deals with fundraising, an essential activity for the non-profit Carnegie Hall Corporation, and includes the earliest records from the Bloom Collection. The records in this series reflect the work taken to organize fundraising events, such as the files regarding the efforts to organize a benefit concert to help refurbish Carnegie Recital Hall (now Weill Recital Hall) in 1962-63.

The Carnegie Hall Jeunesses-Musicales series documents the process of presenting young musicians from abroad in concerts in the United States, as well as sending young American musicians to perform and study in foreign countries. Jeunesses-Musicales is a world-wide movement, founded in Belgium in 1945, that provides performance and educational opportunities to young musicians. The Carnegie Hall affiliate of Jeunesses-Musicales (1962-63) was the first in the United States and helped provide the ground work for the formation of additional affiliates in this country. Carnegie Hall Jeunesses-Musicales sponsored musicians such as Ruth Laredo, Pinchas Zukerman and Radu Lupu at the beginning of their concert careers. The Carnegie Hall affiliate was disbanded in 1979 because of financial concerns.

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Arrangement

Folders are arranged alphabetically within each series. The files are grouped into 4 series:

I. CHC
II. CH International
III. CH Society
IV. CH Jeunesses Musicales

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Administrative Information

Publication Information

Carnegie Hall Archives September 3, 1992

881 Seventh Avenue
New York, NY, 10019
(212) 903-9629
archives@carnegiehall.org

Revision Description

 Finding aid revised and updated by Rob Hudson 2013

Restrictions on Access

Open for research.

Restrictions on Use

There may be some restrictions on the use of the collection. For more information please contact the Carnegie Hall Archives:

E-mail: archives@carnegiehall.org
Phone: (212) 903-9629

Provenance

The Carnegie Hall administrative offices were located on the 10th floor from 1960 until 1979 when they moved to the 7th floor. In 1986 Gino Francesconi transferred half of the collection from a 7th floor storage area to the newly established Carnegie Hall Archives. Joseph Bloom donated the remainder of his father's records to the Archives in 1987.

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Controlled Access Headings

Corporate Name(s)

Personal Name(s)

Subject(s)

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Collection Inventory

Series I: CHC 1960-1979 

Box Folder

Board of Trustees 1960-1963 

1 1

Board of Trustees 1965-1971 

1 2

Board of Trustees: Advertising and Publicity Committee 1975, 1977-1978 

1 3

Board of Trustees: Business Operations Committee 1974, 1976-1978 

1 4

Board of Trustees: Executive Committee 1973-1975 

1 5

Board of Trustees: Executive Committee 1976-1978 

1 6

Board of Trustees: Individuals 1960-1967 

1 7

Board of Trustees: Individuals 1971-1975 

1 8

Board of Trustees: Individuals 1976-1978 

1 9

Board of Trustees: Interface Committee 1976-1978 

1 10

Board of Trustees: Minutes & Reports 1963 

1 11

Board of Trustees: Minutes & Reports 1966-1967 

1 12

Board of Trustees: Minutes & Reports 1970-1972 

1 13

Board of Trustees: Minutes & Reports 1972-1973 

1 14

Board of Trustees: Minutes & Reports 1973-1974 

2 1

Board of Trustees: Minutes & Reports 1974-1975 

2 2

Board of Trustees: Minutes & Reports 1975-1976 

2 3

Board of Trustees: Minutes & Reports 1976-1977 

2 4

Board of Trustees: Minutes & Reports 1977-1979 

2 5

Board of Trustees: Minutes & Reports: Executive Committee 1966 

2 6

Board of Trustees: Minutes & Reports: Executive Committee 1973 

2 7

Board of Trustees: Minutes & Reports: Executive Committee 1973-1974 

2 8

Board of Trustees: Minutes & Reports: Executive Committee 1974-1975 

2 9

Board of Trustees: Minutes & Reports: Executive Committee 1975-1976 

2 10

Board of Trustees: Minutes & Reports: Executive Committee 1976-1977 

2 11

Board of Trustees: Minutes & Reports: Executive Committee 1977-1979 

2 12

Board of Trustees: News Bulletins 1964 February 17-April 22 

2 13

Board of Trustees: Staff and Organization Committee 1972-1977 

2 14

Carnegie Hall Institute of Advanced Musical Studies: Board of Trustees: Minutes & Reports 1971, 1973, 1975 

2 15

Advertising Workshop, Inc. 1974 

3 1

AFL-CIO 1969-1971, 1973 

3 2

Ailes and Associates, Inc. 1973 

3 3

Alliance of Major Concert Halls 1977 

3 4

Allied Maintenance 1965 

3 5

Almeida, Antonia de 1974 

3 6

Alswang, Ralph 1973 

3 7

Altenburg Piano House, Inc, 1974-1975 

3 8

A & M Records 1977 

3 9

America-Israel Cultural Foundation, Inc. 1972-1973 

3 10

America-Israel Music Alliance 1962 

3 11

American Academy of Dramatic Arts 1960 

3 12

American Express 1971, 1973 

3 13

American Federation of Musicians 1971-1974 

3 14

American Opera Society 1963, 1965, 1967, 1970-1971 

3 15

American Orchestra for Contemporary Music, Inc. 1974-1975 

3 16

American Radiator and Standard Sanitary Corporation 1960-1961 

3 17

American Symphony Orchestra 1962-1978 

3 18

Amram, David 1977 

3 19

Anti-Piracy Bill 1973-1975 

3 20

Associated Musicians of Greater New York 1963 

3 21

Aspen Institute 1974 

3 21

Audio-Fidelity Records Inc. 1963-1964 

3 22

A Miscellaneous 1962-1978 

3 23

Barnes, P.L. 1973 

3 24

Beckwith Productions 1969-1970 

3 25

Bell & Howell 1968-1969 

3 26

Belville, Jr., Mrs. Hugh M. (Tenant) 1969 

3 27

Bendelari, Mary (Tenant) 1966 

3 28

Bequest Forms 1965 

3 29

Bloom, David (Systems Analyst) 1974-1977 

3 31

Bloom, Joseph 1971 

3 32

Bloom, Julius: Consultant 1962-1963 

3 33

Booking Department 1968, 1970-1972, 1976 

3 34

Box Office 1974-1978 

3 35

Branigan, James E. 1967 

4 1

Bravo Publishing Company 1967-1969 

4 2

Breslin, Herbert H. 1963, 1965-1966 

4 3

Bruce, Lenny 1962, 1972 

4 4

Brut Productions, Inc. 1976-1977 

4 5

Bust: George Gershwin 1974 

4 6

Bust: Artur Rubinstein 1975-1977 

4 7

B Miscellaneous 1969-1977 

4 8

Café Carnegie 1960, 1965, 1971-1978 

4 9

Canada Council 1968-1969 

4 10

Capitol Records 1960 

4 11

Carleddy Store (Tenant) 1971 

4 12

Carlton International 1961-1962 

4 13

Carnegie Hall Cinema 1963-1977 

4 14

Carnegie Hall: Modernization Recommendation 1960 

4 15

Carnegie Hall: Policy Statements for Booking Halls 1968 

4 16

Carnegie Hall Tavern 1969-1973 

4 17

Carnegie House 1981 

4 18

Carnegie Productions, Inc. 1963 

4 19

Carnegie Restaurants, Inc. 1963-1966; 1970-1975 

4 20

Case Study of Carnegie Hall 1976 

4 21

Cayton-Klemperer Public Relations 1960-1961 

5 1

CBS Records 1976-1977 

5 2

CBS Television 1970 

5 3

Certificates & Awards: Julius Bloom 1975-1977 

5 4

Chamber Orchestra Series 1962 

5 5

Chandette Productions 1964 

5 6

Chapter Hall 1969-1970 

5 7

Chargit 1975-1979 

5 8

City of New York: Commission for Cultural Affairs 1976-1978 

5 9

City of New York: Real Estate Department 1961-1966 

5 10

City of New York: Rent Remission 1968-1974 

5 11

City of New York: Rent Remission 1976-1978 

5 12

Cleveland Orchestra 1976-1978 

5 13

Cohen, Howard 1969-1972 

5 14

Collectors Cabinet 1976 

5 15

Columbia Artists Management 1971, 1976 

5 16

Columbia Pictures 1972 

5 17

Complaints 1966-1972 

5 18

Complaints 1973-1978 

5 19

Concerned Citizens for the Arts 1970; 1972; 1974 

6 1

Concert Agreement Descriptions circa 1970-1979 

6 2

Concert Artists Guild 1969-1971 

6 3

Concertgebouw Orchestra 1975-1978 

6 4

Concert Network, Inc. 1963 

6 5

Concours Renaissance 1975-1976 

6 6

Con Edison 1972, 1974 

6 7

Contemporary Chamber Ensemble 1977-1978 

6 8

Cosgriff Company 1974 

6 9

Counsel 1960-1965 

6 10

Counsel 1968, 1970-1973 

6 11

Counsel 1974-1976 

6 12

Counsel 1977-1978 

6 13

Curtain; Main Hall Stage 1974 

6 14

C Miscellaneous 1968-1978 

6 15

Dalrymple Associates 1977 

6 16

Delsener, Ron 1969-1978 

6 17

Ditchley Foundation 1977 

6 18

Dun & Bradstreet 1976 

6 19

D Miscellaneous 1976 

6 20

Educational and Cultural Trust Fund of the Electrical Industry 1969, 1971 

6 21

Ernst & Ernst 1961-1966, 1969, 1976-1977 

6 22

Ellington, Duke: Album Covers 1977 

6 23

Employee Pension Plan 1968-1971 

7 1

Everest Records 1963 

7 2

E Miscellaneous 1962-1977 

7 3

Facey School of Ballet (Tenant) 1969 

7 4

Fifth Avenue Association 1969 

7 5

Fight for Sight, Inc. 1978 

7 6

First National City Bank of New York 1960-1961 

7 7

Financial Statements 1960-1961 

7 8

Financial Statements 1961-1962 

7 9

Financial Statements 1965 

7 10

Financial Statements 1965-1966 

7 11

Financial Statements 1966 

7 12

Financial Statements 1967-1968 

7 13

Financial Statements 1968 

7 14

Financial Statements 1968-1969 

7 15

Financial Statements 1969-1970 

7 16

Financial Statements 1970-1971 

7 17

Financial Statements 1971-1972 

7 18

Financial Statements 1973 

7 19

Financial Statements 1973-1974 

7 20

Financial Statements 1974-1975 

7 21

Financial Statements 1975-1976 

7 22

Financial Statements 1976-1977 

7 23

Financial Statements 1977-1978 

8 1

First National City Bank 1962-1967, 1970 

8 2

Flentrop Organ 1965-1968 

8 3

Flentrop Organ 1969-1971 

8 4

Fortas, Abe 1970 

8 5

Foster, Sydney 1968-1969 

8 6

Franka, Ida (Tenant) 1972-1974 

8 7

Friends of Music 1974, 1977 

8 8

Frouge Corporation: Rembrandt Site 1967-1978 

8 9

Fused Glass (Edith Bry) 1971-1973 

8 10

Garner, Erroll 1968 

8 11

Geiger, Lorraine (Tenant) 1975 

8 12

Gennaro, Otto 1973 

8 13

Glusdker, Irwin 1973-1974 

8 14

Godovosky Opera Institute Inc. (Tenant) 1972 

8 15

Goodman, Benny 1968 

8 16

Gordon - Maxin Sexual I.Q. Test 1973 

8 17

Grimm, Howard (Construction 1967) 1969 

8 18

Gwathmey Siegel Architects (Tenant) 1975 

8 19

G Miscellaneous 1975-1976 

8 20

Haas, Karl 1975-1976 

8 21

Heritage of New York Plaque 1966 

8 22

High Fidelity Magazine 1963-1964 

8 23

Hootenanny at Carnegie: Bob Gibson 1963-1964 

8 24

Horowitz, Vladimir 1965-1966 

8 25

Horowitz, Vladimir 1972-1974, 1976 

8 26

Horowitz, Vladimir: Benefit 1975 

8 27

Hussey Associates 1971-1972 

9 1

Hyder, Martha 1978 

9 2

H Miscellaneous 1965-1978 

9 3

Information Requests 1961-1962 

9 4

Insurance 1965, 1968, 1972 

9 5

Interborough Arts Project 1973 

9 6

International Society of Performing Arts Administrators 1970, 1976, 1978 

9 7

International Ticket Bureau 1963, 1966, 1970 

9 8

Interoffice Correspondence: Ronald Geraghty 1968-1971 

9 9

Interoffice Correspondence: Stewart Warkow 1968-1978 

9 10

International Association of Auditorium Managers 1968-1972 

9 11

International Association of Concert Managers 1961 

9 12

International Conference on Musical Criticism 1979 

9 13

Interns 1978 

9 14

I Miscellaneous 1962-1977 

9 15

J Miscellaneous 1967-1978 

9 16

Kameny Associates 1973-1975 

9 17

Kaplan Fund 1971-1973 

9 18

Katz, Philip 1970 

9 19

Kaufman, Robert 1972 

9 20

Keilholz, Heinreich 1962-1966 

9 21

Kentrikon Enterprises, Inc. 1965 

9 22

Kilgen Organ 1960-61,1964-65 

9 23

King, Carole 1971 

9 24

Kinney Systems, Inc. 1959-1976 

10 1

Kleger, David (Main Hall lobby record booth) 1960 

10 2

Knights of Nam 1978 

10 3

Knopf, Alfred 1961, 1966-67 

10 4

Krasnayarsk Dancers 1973 

10 5

Krieger, Harold Studios 1969 

10 6

Krim, Mathilde 1971-1972 

10 7

Kurtis, Fred (Doc) 1974 

10 8

K Miscellaneous 1968-1976 

10 9

Laderman, Ezra 1967, 1971 

10 10

Laifer, Rabbi Matthew 1975 

10 11

Land, Norman 1970-1971 

10 12

Landmark Ceremony 1964 

10 13

Landmarks Preservation Commission 1971 

10 14

League for New York Music 1965-1968 

10 15

League of Historic American Theatres 1977-1978 

10 16

Lehnsen, Eva Feuerman 1940-1941, 1946, 1963, 1977 

10 17

Lev, Ray 1960 

10 18

Light, Enoch 1961, 1974 

10 19

Lincoln Center 1961, 1970-1975 

10 20

Local No. 32B (Service Employees Union 1973, 1976 

10 21

Local No. 54 (Theatre and Amusement Service Employees) 1963 

10 22

Local No. 751 (Treasurers and Ticket Sellers) 1962, 1967 

10 23

Longines Symphonette Society 1972 

10 24

Lopez, Roger 1970 

10 25

Lorimar Productions, Inc. 1976 

10 26

Lutz & Loeb 1962 

10 27

L Miscellaneous 1965-1978 

10 28

MacMillan Publishing Company 1975-1976 

10 29

Magnavox Corporation 1965-1967 

10 30

Mailer, Norman 1961 

10 31

Main Hall 1965-1967, 1970 

10 32

Main Hall 1972-1974 

10 33

Main Hall 1974-1978 

10 34

Mandell, Robert 1968-1969 

11 1

Manhattan Cable Television 1967-1969 

11 2

Manister and Associates 1973 

11 3

Manuel of Organization and Procedures 1963 

11 4

Manuel of Organization and Procedures 1964 

11 5

Manville, Stewart 1968-1969 

11 6

Marechal, Michele 1972 

11 7

Marshall and Morris 1971 

11 8

Martha Baird Rockefeller Fund 1976 

11 9

Martin, William McKelvy 1970 

11 10

Martindale, Cecile 1969 

11 11

Martinon, Jean 1972, 1974 

11 12

Mary Louis Academy 1972 

11 13

Mason - Relkin Company 1973 

11 14

Matthews/Napal Ltd. 1974 

11 15

Maxwell, Robert 1969 

11 16

Mayer, Robert 1971 

11 17

McKibben, Rebecca 1968 

11 18

McNamara, John J. and Associates 1972, 1974, 1977-78 

11 19

Menotti, Carlo (Tenant) 1972 

11 20

Metropolitan Opera 1971-1974 

11 21

Mexican National Tourist Council 1972-1974 

11 22

Mexico 1968-1969 

11 23

Military Order of the Purple Heart 1960 

11 24

Miller, Wynne 1968 

11 25

Minieri, Vincent 1970 

11 26

Minnesota Orchestra 1969 

11 27

Miss Lacey's (Tenant) 1969-1971 

11 28

Mitchell, Senator McNeil 1968-1969 

11 29

Mizne, Markus 1971, 1974 

11 30

Model Cities Administration 1972 

11 31

Monseur, George 1967-1972 

11 32

Montagnana Trio, The 1973 

11 33

Montreal Symphony Orchestra 1973-1974 

11 34

Moritz, Reiner 1973-1974 

11 35

Moses, Mrs. Henry L. 1975-1976 

11 36

Moses, Robert 1960, 1963 

11 37

Mott, Stewart R. 1969 

11 38

Movshon, George 1970 

11 39

Muse Publishing Company (Intermezzo Magazine) 1975-1978 

12 1

Music and Arts 1969 

12 2

Music Committee for New York City 1961 

12 3

Music Gallery at Carnegie Hall 1974-1976 

12 4

Musica Viva 1961-1962 

12 5

Musical America 1968, 1972-1973 

12 6

Musical Heritage Society 1977-1978 

12 7

M Miscellaneous 1965-1979 

12 8

National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences 1969-1970 

12 9

National Arts Group, Ltd. (House Programs) 1973-1974 

12 10

National Cultural Center 1960-1962 

12 11

National Music Council 1970-1976 

12 12

National Research Center of the Arts 1971-1974 

12 13

Nedick's Stores, Inc. (Tenant) 1962-1963 

12 14

Neikrug, Marc 1972 

12 15

Neubert Ballet Studio (Tenant) 1972, 1974-1977 

12 16

New Jersey Symphony Orchestra 1969 

12 17

New York City Cultural Council 1973-1974 

12 18

New York City Transit Authority 1973-76 

12 19

New York Community Trust 1965, 1970-1975 

12 20

New York Fine Arts Chamber Orchestra 1974 

12 21

New York Folk Festival 1964-1965 

12 22

New York Jazz Repertory Company 1973-1974, 1976 

12 23

New York Philharmonic 1970, 1973 

13 1

New York Senate Bill 2586 1973 

13 2

New York State 1964-1965, 1973-1974 

13 3

New York Times 1967-1969 

13 4

Newmont Mining Corporation 1973-1974 

13 5

Newport Jazz Festival - New York 1972-1978 

13 6

Nordinger, Riegelman, Benetar & Charney 1967-1971 

13 7

Nuala (Elsa de Brun) 1971-1973, 1983 

13 8

N Miscellaneous 1968-1978 

13 9

Onstage Magazine 1974-75 

13 10

Opera Orchestra of New York 1975 

13 11

Oratorio Society 1965-1967, 1971-72 

13 12

Orchestra of America, The 1961-1964 

13 13

Orchestra of the City of New York 1974 

13 14

O Miscellaneous 1969-1976 

13 15

Pacific World Artists 1970 

13 16

Pan Arts Company, Inc. 1963 

13 17

Parks, Recreation, and Cultural Affairs Administration 1970, 1972-1973 

13 18

Pasanella, Giovanni (Tenant) 1973 

13 19

Penderecki, Krzysziof 1969-1972 

13 20

Performance Statistics 1969-1979 

13 21

Personnel 1970-1971 

13 22

Pension Plan 1965-1966 

14 1

Pepsi-Cola Company (Carnegie Hall Exhibit) 1963-1964 

14 2

Philadelphia Orchestra 1974-1978 

14 3

Press Releases 1960-1979 

14 4

Programming: Fifteen Year Survey of Carnegie Hall Corporation Events 1976 

14 5

Promotion 1972-1978 

14 6

P Miscellaneous 1968-1973 

14 7

O Miscellaneous 1965-1966 

14 8

Radio Corporation of America 1961-1966 

14 9

Random House 1974 

14 10

Rank Overseas Film Distributors 1962 

14 11

Raposo, Joseph (Tenant) 1976 

14 12

Recital Hall 1972-1978 

14 13

Record Company Correspondence 1960-1962 

14 14

Rembrandt Site 1968 

14 15

Resumes: Julius Bloom 1963, 1967, 1978 

14 16

Resumes 1971-1974 

14 17

Rodgers Organ 1970-1972 

14 18

Rodgers Organ 1973 

14 19

Rodgers Organ 1974 

15 1

Rodgers Organ 1975 

15 2

Rodgers Organ 1976-1978 

15 3

Ruckens, Irving 1966-1967 

15 4

Rudko, Lionel 1962-1964 

15 5

Russian Tea Room 1971-1972, 1974, 1977 

15 6

R Miscellaneous 1969-1974 

15 7

Sargent, E.N. (Tenant) 1973-1974 

15 8

Saturday Review Programs 1971-1973 

15 9

Scali, McCabe, Sloves, Inc. 1977 

15 10

Schiller, Belle 1969, 1972 

15 11

Schlicker Organ 1970-1971 

15 12

Scott, Stanley 1972-1974 

15 13

Schramm, Rudolf R.A. (Tenant) 1976 

15 14

Seaman, Norman J. 1968-1972 

15 15

Shaw Organ 1972-1973 

15 16

Snyder, Robert 1976-1977 

15 17

Sound Systems 1968-1970, 1977 

15 18

Spanish Theater Repertory Company 1973 

15 19

Special Programming Fund/Department of Cultural Affairs 1972-1974 

15 20

Special Programming Fund/Department of Cultural Affairs 1975-1978 

15 21

Special Program with the City of New York 1973 

16 1

Staff: Directives 1960-1976 

16 2

Staff: Individuals 1971-1978 

16 3

Staff: Meetings 1970 

16 4

Stage Specifications 1968-1974 

16 5

Stagehands (Local No. I, I.A. T. S. E.) 1963-1968 

16 6

Stagehands (Local No. I, I. A. T. S. E.) 1971-1977 

16 7

Stationery and Supplies 1960-1963 

16 8

Steinway and Sons 1962-1977 

16 9

Stern, Isaac 1968-1978 

16 10

Stokowski, Leopold 1965-1967, 1970-1971 

16 11

Subscription Office 1976-1977 

16 12

Subscriptions 1970-1972 

16 13

Summer Construction 1967, 1972 

16 14

Sylvester, George 1969-1972 

16 15

Symphony of the Air 1961-1966 

17 1

Symphony of the New World 1972-1977 

17 2

S Miscellaneous 1961-1976 

17 3

TCP Publishing Corporation 1965-1966 

17 4

Telemann Society 1963 

17 5

Thirteen Productions 1964-1965 

17 6

Thomas, Lowell 1961 

17 7

Ticketron, Inc. 1971 

17 8

Town Hall 1971-1973, 1978 

17 9

Tuckwell, Barry 1972-1974 

17 10

Tureck, Rosalyn 1973-1974, 1977 

17 11

Twentieth Century Fox 1976 

17 12

T Miscellaneous 1969-1976 

17 13

Union of American Hebrew Congregations 1972-1973 

18 1

Unity - New York 1968, 1974 

18 2

Urban Development Corporation 1976 

18 3

Use of Carnegie Hall Name 1973, 1977 

18 4

Ushers 1968-1970 

18 5

U Miscellaneous 1964-1974 

18 6

Van Cliburn Competition 1961-1962, 1967 

18 7

Van Scott, Glory 1971-1974, 1978 

18 8

Vick Chemical Company 1965-1966 

18 9

Village Rathskeller, Inc. 1968-1969 

18 10

Voice of America 1965 

18 11

V Miscellaneous 1969-1975 

18 12

Weiner and Associates 1963-1966, 1971, 1973-1974 

18 13

Weissenstein, Herbert (Employee) 1970-1971 

18 14

William A. White and Sons 1960-1963 

18 15

Wiltwyck School for Boys 1961 

18 16

WQXR Series 1975-1976 

18 17

Wulsin, Lucien (Trustee) 1968-1971 

18 18

W miscellaneous 1963-1978 

18 19

Yurchenko, Basil 1962-1966, 1976 

18 20

Y Miscellaneous 1969-1974 

18 21

Z Miscellaneous 1970-1972 

18 22

Jazz in the Great Tradition 1966-1967 

18 23

Jazz: The Personal Dimension: Press Releases, Clippings 1966-1969 

18 24

Jazz: The Personal Dimension 1966-1974 

18 25

Jazz: The Personal Dimension: Contracts 1973-1978 

18 26

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Series II: CH International 1962-1978 

Box Folder

Argentina 1977-1978 

19 1

Belgium 1979 

19 2

Brazil 1977-1978 

19 3

Financial Statements 1973, 1976-1977 

19 4

Ford Foundation 1963-1970, 1973-1974 

19 5

Mexico: Enrique Batiz 1971-1972, 1975-1977 

19 6

Mexico: Guadalajara 1974-1977 

19 7

Mexico: Minnesota Orchestra Tour 1971-1973 

19 8

Puerto Rico 1973 

19 9

Yale - Rutgers Tour 1961-1962 

19 10

Yale - Rutgers Tour 1962 May 

19 11

Yale - Rutgers Tour 1962-1963 

19 12

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Series III: CH Society 1960-1980 

Box Folder

Board of Trustees: Annual Meetings of Members: Minutes 1975-1977 

20 1

Board of Trustees: Development Committee 1975-1979 

20 2

Boare of Trustees: Individuals 1974-1977 

20 3

Board of Trustees: General 1972-1978 

20 4

Board of Trustees: Minutes & Reports 1970-1975 

20 5

Board of Trustees: Minutes & Reports 1976-1979 

20 6

Board of Trustees: Minutes & Reports: Executive Committee 1973-1975 

20 7

Board of Trustees: Minutes & Reports: Executive Committee 1976-1980 

20 8

Berend: Contributions Received 1960-1961 

21 1

Berend: General Correspondence 1960-1962 

21 2

Berend: Recital Hall 1960-1962 

21 3

Berend: Report on Pledges 1960-1962 

21 4

Berend: Westbrook Reports 1960-1961 

21 5

Bi-Monthly Report 1962 

21 6

Buitoni, Giovanni 1961 

21 7

Carnegie Hall Club 1961-1962 

21 8

Carnegie Hall Club: General 1970-1977 

21 9

Carnegie Hall Club: Member Files 1964-1968 

21 10

Carnegie Hall Club: Member Files 1969-1971 

21 11

Carnegie Hall Corporation 1973-1975 

21 12

Carnegie Hall National Endowment Fund 1975-1978, 1980 

22 1

Carnegie Hall Reception: June 1, 1960 1960 

22 2

Casals, Pablo 1961 

22 3

CBS Records 1976-1978 

22 4

Chronological: July 1962 

22 5

Civil War Centennial 1962 

22 6

Concert Artists Guild, Inc. 1971-1977 

22 7

Concert of the Century Album 1976-1977 

22 8

Contributors 1957, 1960-1962 

22 9

Contributors: Current 1960-1962 

22 10

Contributors: December Renewals 1961, 1963 

22 11

Contributors: Early Correspondence 1960 

22 12

Contributors: General Deposits 1960-1961 

22 13

Contributors: Miscellaneous 1960-1970 

22 14

Contributors: Pledges 1960-1962 

22 15

Contributors: Recital Hall A-K 1962 

22 16

Contributors: Recital Hall L-Z 1962 

22 17

Contributors: Salute to Jack Benny 1961 

23 1

Contributors: Transmittal Sheets 1961-1967, 1970-1971 

23 2

Dean, Jimmy Televison Show 1965 

23 3

Development 1961-1962 

23 4

Development: Director, Gertrude DonDero 1962 

23 5

Donations 1963-1972 

23 6

E & F Miscellaneous 1976-1978 

23 7

Financial Statements 1964 

23 8

Financial Statements 1971-1974 

23 9

Fiscal Policies and Procedures 1963-1965 

23 10

Foundations 1960-1962 

23 11

Foundations 1960-1962 

23 12

Foundations: March 30th meeting at Mr. Stern's apartment 1962 

23 13

Fundraising 1960-1962 

23 14

Fundraising Committee Meeting: 1/18/62 1961-1962 

23 15

Fundraising Committee Meeting: 2/8/62 1962 

24 1

Fundraising Committee Meeting: 2/14/62 1962 

24 2

Fundraising Committee Meeting: 2/26/62 1962 

24 3

Gracie Mansion 1960 

24 4

Havemeyer Projects 1961-1962 

24 5

H, M, N, O Miscellaneous 1974-1976, 1979 

24 6

July Appeal 1962 

24 7

June 5th Concert 1962 

24 8

Mailing List 1962 

24 9

Mail Tab Letter Shop 1962 

24 10

New York State (Incorporation) 1973 

24 11

Philips/DGG 1969-1971 

24 12

Philips/DGG 1971-1972 

24 13

Philips/DGG 1972-1973 

24 14

Philips/DGG 1973 

24 15

Philips/DGG 1974 

25 1

Philips/DGG 1975-1976 

25 2

Philips/DGG 1977-1978 

25 3

Philips/DGG 1978-1980 

25 4

Recital Hall Benefit: Letters 1962 

25 5

Recital Hall: Celeste Cheatham (Chairperson) 1961-1962 

25 6

Recital Hall Committee: Benefit Program 1962 

25 7

Recital Hall: General 1961-1962 

25 8

Recital Hall: Pledges 1962 

25 9

Report to Board Members 1961-1962 

25 10

Stern, Isaac: Young Artists Recital Fund 1971-1972 

25 11

Stokowski, Leopold 1962 

25 12

Television: CBS March 5, 1962 1962 

25 13

Totten, John J. Fund 1969 

25 14

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Series IV: CH Jeunesses Musicales 1961-1979 

Box Folder

Artist Exchange: Beograd Trio 1966-1968 

26 1

Artist Exchange: Beretervide, Graciela 1967-1968 

26 2

Artist Exchange: Brun, Janka 1967-1968 

26 3

Artist Exchange: Dawes, Andrew & Savard, Claude 1964-1965 

26 4

Artist Exchange: delli Ponti, Mario 1964-1971 

26 5

Artist Exchange: Depkat, Gisela 1967-1968 

26 6

Artist Exchange: Flachot, Reine 1963 

26 7

Artist Exchange: General 1967-1969 

26 8

Artist Exchange: Gilbert, Kenneth & Simard, Jacques 1965-1966 

26 9

Artist Exchange: Jablonski, Marek 1963 

26 10

Artist Exchange: Laredo, Ruth 1963-1965 

26 11

Artist Exchange: Lupu, Radu 1964-1967 

26 12

Artist Exchange: Modern Brass Ensemble 1966-1967 

26 13

Artist Exchange: Orford Quartet 1967 

26 14

Artist Exchange: Ousset, Cecile 1966 

27 1

Artist Exchange: Ousset, Cecile 1967-1968 

27 2

Artist Exchange: Ringeissen, Bernard 1965-1966 

27 3

Artist Exchange: Saks, Toby 1962-1966 

27 4

Artist Exchange: Simons, Thomas 1965-1966 

27 5

Artist Exchange: Steinhardt, Arnold & Andrews, Mitchell 1965 

27 6

Artist Exchange: Zukerman, Pinchas 1967 

27 7

Australia 1977 

27 8

B 1977-1978 

27 9

Belgium 1961-1979 

27 10

Brazil 1972 

27 11

Canada 1967-1978 

27 12

Chiarapa, Carlos 1975 

27 13

Chile 1966-1967 

27 14

Competition for New Chamber Music 1966-1967 

27 15

C 1973, 1977-1978 

27 16

Congress 1967: Composers Competition 1966-1967 

28 1

Congress 1967: General Information 1967 

28 2

Congress 1967: Hospitality 1967 

28 3

Congress 1967: International Youth Orchestra 1967 

28 4

Congress: 1968 1967-1968 

28 5

Congress: 1970 1970-1971 

28 6

Congress 1970: World Orchestra 1968-1970 

28 7

Congress 1971 1970-1971 

28 8

Congress 1972 1971-1972 

28 9

Congress 1973 1973 

28 10

Congress 1975 1974-1975 

28 11

Congress 1976 1975-1976 

28 12

Congress 1977 1976-1977 

28 13

Congress 1978 1977-1978 

29 1

Congress 1979 1978-1979 

29 2

Davis, Michael Philip 1977-1979 

29 3

Denmark 1976, 1978 

29 4

Dover (County College of Morris) 1971-1973 

29 5

England 1972-1979 

29 6

Exxon 1976-1977 

29 7

E & F 1975, 1979 

29 8

Fact Sheet 1972-1974 

29 9

FJM: Bloom Commission 1976-1978 

29 10

FJM: Bureau 1968-1969 

29 11

FJM: General 1966-1968 

29 12

FJM: General 1969-1972 

29 13

FIJM General 1973-1974 

29 14

FJM: General 1975-1977 

29 15

FIJM: General 1978-1980 

29 16

FJM: General Assembly 1969 1969 

30 1

FIJM General Assembly 1970 1969-1970 

30 2

FJM: General Assembly 1972 1972 

30 3

FIJM General Assembly 1975 1975 

30 4

FJM: Rio Conference 1972 

30 5

Financial Statements 1973, 1976-1977 

30 6

France 1966-1968, 1972-1978 

30 7

Gagne, Helene 1974-1975 

30 8

General 1963-1964, 1967-1969 

30 9

General 1975-1977 

30 10

Germany 1969, 1975-1979 

30 11

Great Britain 1967-1972 

30 12

Haddad, Robert 1969-1971 

30 13

Horvath, Josef 1967 

30 14

Hungary 1971-1979 

30 15

Inquiries from Artists 1975-1980 

30 16

Invitational Concert Series 1962-1965 

30 17

Israel 1971-1973, 1976-1977 

30 18

Italy 1966-1978 

31 1

Japan 1966-1967, 1972, 1975-1977 

31 2

Jeunesses-Musicales File # 1 1968-1969 

31 3

Korea 1976-1977 

31 4

Legal 1965-1966 

31 5

Lopez, Olga 1973-1975 

31 6

Louisiana 1967-1975 

31 7

Middle-Atlantic Region & Others 1977-1978 

31 8

M 1976 

31 9

Mexico 1969-1978 

31 10

Music Camps 1975 

31 11

Music Competitions 1975-1976 

31 12

National Competitions 1967 

31 13

Netherlands 1964, 1972-1973 

31 14

New York Community Trust 1971-1973 

31 15

New York State 1973 

31 16

Outsides Dates 1975 

31 17

Poland 1968-1970, 1977-1979 

31 18

Press Releases 1963-1969 

31 19

Romania 1976 

32 1

Rutgers 1972-1973 

32 2

Sara Lee 1961-1964 

32 3

Sato, Eriko 1974-1975 

32 4

Schwartzberg, Dora 1974-1975 

32 5

South America 1972, 1975-1979 

32 6

South Central Region 1976-1978 

32 7

South Central Region 1979-1980 

32 8

Spain 1968-1979 

32 9

Steinway Foundation 1966-71 

32 10

Sweden 1968-1974 

32 11

Switzerland 1968-1970, 1974-1975, 1979 

32 12

UNESCO & CIM 1963, 1968 

32 13

U.S. S. R. 1968-1970 

32 14

U.S. Department of Commerce 1977-1978 

32 15

Venezuela 1972-1973 

32 16

Washington, D.C. 1972-1974 

32 17

Waterman, Ruth 1974 

32 18

Westinghouse 1967-1968 

32 19

Willems, Paul 1977 

33 1

World Orchestra: 1971 1970-1972 

33 2

World Orchestra: 1972 1971-1973 

33 3

World Orchestra: 1973 1971-1973 

33 4

World Orchestra: 1976 1975-1976 

33 5

World Orchestra: 1977 1977 

33 6

World Orchestra: 1978 1977-1979 

33 7

World Orchestra: Applications & Forms 1972-1974 

33 8

World Orchestra: Catalog 1974 

33 9

World Orchestra: Commission 1972-1975 

33 10

World Orchestra: Tanglewood 1971-June 1974 

34 1

World Orchestra: Tanglewood 1974 July-November 

34 2

World Orchestra: U.S. Participants 1974 

34 3

Young Musicians Foundation 1965-1967 

34 4

Yugoslavia 1965-1978 

34 5

Carnegie Hall Institute of Advanced Musical Studies 1965-1973 

34 6

Jeunesses-Musicales Programs 1965-1974 

34 7

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