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Identifier: MSS 400
Overview Discrete oversize items, circa 15th century-2016 and undated, contains oversize flat items, rolled items, and framed items primarily relating to Augustana College and local history. Materials include maps, posters, book and manuscript pages, newsclippings, subject files, portraits, photographs, art prints, building sketches, and advertisements. The items in this collection were collected by Special Collections staff over a period of several decades. Materials largely relate to Augustana College...
Identifier: MSS 147
Overview A. Cyril Graham was an organist, instructor, and composer who served as Head of the Organ and Theoretical Departments at the Conservatory of Music at Augustana College from 1921 to 1932. The A. Cyril Graham papers, 1901-circa 1939, 1976 and undated, primarily includes published and unpublished sheet music for pieces composed by Graham, as well as material related to a 1976 musical program in his honor.
Identifier: MSS 2
Overview The Tufve Nilsson Hasselquist papers, 1840-1988 and undated, primarily documents the personal and professional life of the second president of Augustana College, Tufve Nilsson Hasselquist. Hasselquist was born in Sweden in 1816 and traveled to America in 1852. Before assuming the presidency of the college in 1863, Hasselquist was the president of the Augustana Synod, the editor of a Swedish-language newspaper, and a pastor. At Augustana College, Hasselquist oversaw many changes to the school...
Identifier: MSS 135
Overview Gustav Stolpe (1833-1901) was a well-known and successful Swedish musician and composer by the time Augustana College invited him to direct its music program in 1882. Stolpe graduated from Stockholm, Sweden’s Royal Conservatory of Music with a degree of Music Director at the age of 22. He composed and performed music for organ, piano and violin and toured Sweden accompanying internationally recognized soprano, Jenny Lind. Stolpe ran the Conservatory of Music at Augustana from its inception in...
Identifier: MSS 30
Overview Henry Veld conducted various choral groups associated with Augustana College, including the Augustana College Choir and Handel Oratorio Society, in the mid-twentieth century. During his tenure at Augustana, Veld took the choir on annual tours where they sang in 33 of the United States, three Canadian provinces, and five European countries. In 1955, the choir appeared on Ed Sullivan's Toast of the Town television program where they sang "Oh, What a Beautiful Morning," from the musical Oklahoma,...
- Subject: Sheet music X
- Hasselquist, T.N. (Tufve Nilsson), 1816-1891 2
- Andreen, Gustav Albert, 1864-1940 1
- Augustana College (Rock Island, Ill.) 1
- Augustana College (Rock Island, Ill.). Choir 1
- Augustana College and Theological Seminary (Rock Island, Ill.). Conservatory of Music 1
- Bergendoff, Conrad John Immanuel (1895-1997) 1
- Cervin & Horn Architects (Firm) 1
- Davenport, George, 1783-1845 1
- Denkmann family 1
- Denkmann, Anna Catherine Bloedel 1
- Denkmann, Frederick Carl August 1
- Elks (Fraternal order) 1
- Graham, A. Cyril, 1878-1953 1
- Handel Oratorio Society 1
- Hasselquist family 1
- Hasselquist, Eva Helena Cervin 1
- Hasselquist, Hanna 1
- Hauberg family 1
- Keokuk, Sauk chief, 1780?-1848 1
- Olsson, Olof, 1841-1900 1
- Stolpe, Gustav 1
- Veld, Henry 1
- Weyerhaeuser family 1 ∧ less