Table of Contents
- Descriptive Summary
- Access Information
- Use Information
- Acquisition Information
- Processing Information
- Preferred Form of Citation
- Scope and Content Note
- Detailed Description of the Collection
- Joplin, Scott, 1868-1917
- Scott Joplin Materials
- Inclusive Dates
- ca 1944-1975
- MS J747
- 0.02 linear feet (2 folders)
- Materials are in English.
- Special Collections Department, University of Arkansas Libraries
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Standard Federal Copyright Laws Apply (U.S. Title 17).
Gift of Mary D. Hudgins, Hot Springs, Ark., in memory of Clifford B. Wiggans, October 19, 1972. Additional materials (items 16-17) donated December 11, 1975.
Processed by Samuel Sizer; completed September 21, 1974. Folders 16-17 added to the collection in December 1975.
Preferred Form of Citation
Scott Joplin Materials (MS J747), Special Collections, University of Arkansas Libraries, Fayetteville.
See Special Collections Citation Guide for more detailed information on how to cite specific documents from the collection.
Scope and Content Note
Facsimile edition, ca 1944, of Joplin's opera Treemonisha (originally published in New York, 1911); together with related clippings, articles, and other material. 17 items.
Detailed Description of the Collection
The following contains a detailed list of the materials in the collection:
Box LOC 131a
|Box LOC 131a||Folder MS J747 Folder 1||Item 1||
Opera, ca 1944 Proc PR. , 230p.
Facsimile of: Treemonisha, Opera in Three Acts; Words and Music by Scott Joplin ... New York, , published ca l944 in "a limited edition ... for research and study purposes by The Ragtime Society . . . Printed in Canada."
|Box LOC 131a||Folder MS J747 Folder 2||Item 2||
Article, August 1962 Proc PR. 5p.
Xerox copy of: Ann Charters, "The first Negro folk opera! Treemonisha," reproduced from Jazz Monthly, August 1972, pp. 6, 8-11.
|Box LOC 131a||Folder MS J747 Folder 2||Item 3||
Clipping, ca 1969 PR 27"
Mary D. Hudgins, "'Treemonisha'--An Arkansas Opera--Is Being Revived," from unidentified issue (ca 1969) of Hot Springs News, p. 1.
|Box LOC 131a||Folder MS J747 Folder 2||Item 4||
Clipping, July 25, 1972 PR 51"
Mary D. Hudgins, "Joplin Coming into His Own," from Collector's Weekly, July 25, 1972, pp. 6 and 8.
|Box LOC 131a||Folder MS J747 Folder 2||Item 5||
Magazine, Winter 1972 1 volume
Morehouse College Bulletin (Atlanta, GA) Vol. 39, No. 125, containing article, "Morehouse Presents Premiere of Joplin's Treemonisha," pp. 10-17.
|Box LOC 131a||Folder MS J747 Folder 2||Item 6||
Memorandum, Mar. 1, 1972 TS. 6p.
Jerry L. Atkins, "Scott Joplin and Texarkana," prepared for use with museum display of Joplin related materials owned by Texarkana Historical Society and Museum.
|Box LOC 131a||Folder MS J747 Folder 2||Item 7-15||
Xerox copy of 9 clippings, June 1973-Sept. 1974 TS. 6p.
From New York Times, New York Sunday News, Stereo Review, Long Island Press (Jamaica, NY), and Newsday (Garden City, NY).
|Box LOC 131a||Folder MS J747 Folder 2||Item 16||
Article, Spring 1975 Proc PR. 9p. on 6L.
Xerox copy of : Addison W. Reed, "Scott Joplin, Pioneeer," reproduced from The Black Perspective in Music, Spring 1975, pp. 47-52
|Box LOC 131a||Folder MS J747 Folder 2||Item 17||
Article, Spring 1975 Proc PR. 10p. on 6L.
Xerox copy of second part of above  article, reproduced from Fall 1975 issue, pp. 269-277, of the same journal.
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