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Collection — Flat_Box: Archival Oversized Box S 2, Folder: 1
Scope and Contents
A portion of a manuscript on vellum. It was originally a leaf from a liturgical manuscript, likely written in France in the 15th century. The leaf was re-used in an edition of the Missale Romanum, liklely in France after 1582, which used red and black ink. The sheet (of which this is not the entire part) was used to mask the part of the former, which had been inked red, but which were not intended to be printed...
Identifier: MSS 16423
Scope and Contents Note
The Theodore G. Twitchell papers (1965-1994; 0.96 cubic feet) document Twitchell's activity as a composer. Musical materials include original orchestral scores, individual instrument parts, photocopies, and piano reductions of works such as Tidewater, The Gettysburg Address, and The Pride of Monticello. The collection also includes correspondence and print materials documenting the performance of The Gettysburg Address for Abraham Lincoln's birthday in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania.
1965 - 1994