Polish American musicians.
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
Alexandra Jaskolski papers
Collection — Multiple Containers
Abstract Papers (1930s-1970s) of Polish American musician and music teacher Alexandra (Nurczynski) Jaskolska (1918- ) document her musical and journalistic careers. Jaskolski was born in Boston, Massachusetts, and she trained and taught at the New England Conservatory of Music there. As a soloist, she was known as "Olenka Nurczynska-Bertylda". Included in her papers are publications and administrative correspondence from the New England Conservatory of Music; Polish and Polish American music;...
Anthony Nurczynski papers
Collection — Box 1
Anthony Nurczynski was a community leader in Boston's Polish cultural life, particularly as an organizer and director of its musical groups. He arranged music for the Shep Nolan Band and Krakowiaki, who played live on the "Echoes of Poland" radio hour. Papers consist primarily of published and mimeographed sheet music.
Tatra Production Company records
Collection — Box 1
Abstract The Tatra Production Company, New York, was created to produce a film based on the life of Ignacy Paderewski. Records (1919-1920) consist of correspondence, minutes, and stock certificates. Also included are a photograph of Rose G. Szewc and a manuscript entitled "Reflections on Friendship" and signed "Rozanski".This collection contains material solely from April to October, 1919. The one exception to this is the contract signed between Peter Weir and Ignace Paderewski in...
Walter and Valeria Nurczynski papers
Papers consist of correspondence, newspaper clippings, sheet music (mostly of songs sung by Valeria), radio scripts, and financial reports of the Polish War Relief Committee of Boston (ca. 1944). Also included are correspondence and photographs of Alexandra J. Jaskolski and papers of Karol Jaskolski.