California State University (Los Angeles)

Collection, 1948-1992: 1 box (19 folders (594 leaves, 7 newsletters, 8 photographs))

California State University, Los Angeles (founded 1947 as Los Angeles State College; renamed 1949 as Los Angeles State College of Applied Arts and Sciences; renamed 1964 as California State College of Los Angeles; 1972 given its present name)--one of 20 California State University campuses.

Contents

agendas (8 items: 1974-1986)
biographies and description (6 items) of Grant Beglarian, Pierre Boulez, Arnold Schoenberg, Clara Steuermann, Leonard Stein, Arnold Schoenberg Institute
brochures (3 items: 1977-[n.d.])
clippings (11 items: 1974-1979)
contracts (5 items: 1973-1976)
correspondence (169 items: 1973-1992) pertaining to the creation and operation of the Arnold Schoenberg Institute
documents (8 items) entitled "The Schoenberg Legacy" (1974), "The Arnold Schoenberg Institute Building Program Tentative Schedule" (1974), "The Arnold Schoenberg Institute Consortium" (1975), "By-Laws, Friends of the Arnold Schoenberg Institute" (1975), "Arnold Schoenberg Institute Progress Report and Future Plans" (1978), "System Study for the Arnold Schoenberg Institute" (1980), "Report of a Survey at The Arnold Schoenberg Institute" (1982), "The Arnold Schoenberg Institute Academic Plans: 1986-1991" (1986)
ephemera (26 leaves: 1973-1987)
minutes (19 items: 1973-1978, 1985-1986)
newsletters (7 items: 1974-1979)
photographs (8 items: 1948-1981) of Beglarian, Boulez, Schoenberg, Steuermann, Stein, Arnold Schoenberg Institute
press releases (7 items: 1973-1977)

Correspondents

ASI (Jerry McBride (9 items: 1980-1986), Nancy L. Oatey (1 item: 1980), R. Wayne Shoaf (1 item: 1992), Clara Steuermann (17 items: 1974-1980), Leonard Stein (5 items: 1975-1985))
California Institute of the Arts (Robert J. Fitzpat­rick (1 item: 1975)) California Library Authority for Systems and Services (Libby Trudell (1 item: 1980))
CSULA (Nita Archer (2 items: 1975-1979), Charles Brinkley (3 items: 1975, 1991), J.A. Greenlee (3 items: 1973-1977), John L. Houk (9 items: 1973-1979), John R. Hubbard (3 items: 1973-1975), Edward J. Kormondy (1 item: 1986), Ralph Moritz (2 items: 1974), Morris Polan (17 items: 1974-1985), James M. Rosser (1 item: 1985), Joseph Schmidt (3 items: 1973-1974))
Friends of the Arnold Schoenberg Institute (1 item: 1978, Rudi Fehr (3 items: 1975), Judith Rosen (1 item: 1986))
Garland Publishing (Peter Kemeny (2 items: 1974))
National Endowment for the Humanities (William J. Maher (1 item: 1986))
Lawrence Schoenberg (1 item: 1983)
Ronald Schoenberg (5 items: 1973-1983)
State University of New York at Stony Brook (Benjamin Suchoff (1 item: 1974))
University of California at Los Angeles (Frank A. D'Accone (1 item: 1974), Robert H. Gray (3 items: 1981), Charles Speroni (2 items: 1974-1979))
University of Southern California (Grant Beglarian (42 items: 1973-1981), Michael J. Bocchicchio (1 item: 1975), Eve Eshelman (7 items: 1974-1975), Zohrab Kaprielian (2 items: 1976), Frederick Lesemann (1 item: 1983), Cornelius J. Pings (1 item: 1985), Howard R. Rarig (2 items: 1976-1978), Jon C. Strauss (1 item: 1983), William Thomson (8 items: 1982-1986), Richard J. Wingell (1 item: 1986), James H. Zumberg (3 items: 1983-1984))
 

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