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1920

Unidentified music

Recording of a Thaddeus Rich playing unidentified piece on the violin in the studio: some vocal interventions.

Blanchard-Means Family Papers

1920 Mar. 8

Rich, Thaddeus

Cavatina (by Joachim Raff)

Recording of a Thaddeus Rich (violin), playing an unidentified piece of music, segueing into Cavatina (see mums830-s09-i002).

Blanchard-Means Family Papers

1940 July 22

Elsie the Cow: interview From the program 'Little Old Hollywood'

Massachusetts - Recording of a radio interview of Elsie the Cow, with Stella Unger, and probably on the program "Little Old Hollywood." Track skips strongly in parts.

Blanchard-Means Family Papers

1920 Mar. 8

Cavatina, by Joachim Raff

Recording of a Thaddeus Rich performing a Cavatina with unidentified accompanist on piano.

Blanchard-Means Family Papers

1949 Jan. 26

Rich, Thaddeus

Voices from yesterday: Thaddeus Rich and Clarence Bawden

Recording of a Clarence Bawden (piano) and Thaddeus Rich (violin) playing an unidentified piece.

Blanchard-Means Family Papers

1940 July 22

Elsie the Cow From the program 'Little Old Hollywood'

Massachusetts - Recording of a radio program on the life of Elsie the Cow, a Jersey cow born as You'll Do Lobelia on Elm Hill Farm, Brookfield, Mass., who became the 'patron saint, the prima donna' of a milk company, was on display at the New York World's Fair, and then brought to Hollywood to act in the role of Buttercup in the RKO film Little Women (1940).

Blanchard-Means Family Papers

1920

Metropolitan Quartet (Vocal group)

O love that wilt not let me go

Orange (N.J.) - Recording of a mixed quartet singing a Methodist hymn.

Blanchard-Means Family Papers

1949 Jan. 26

Rich, Thaddeus

Voices from yesterday: Thaddeus Rich and Clarence Bawden

Recording of a Clarence Bawden (piano) and Thaddeus Rich (violin) playing an indentified piece.

Blanchard-Means Family Papers

1940 July 22

Elsie the Cow From the program 'Little Old Hollywood'

Massachusetts - Recording of a radio biography of Elsie the Cow from the program "Little Old Hollywood," discussing her birth as "You'll do Lobelia" on Elm Hill Farm, Brookfield, Mass., and the beginnings of her rise to fame [as spokescow for Borden Company]. Track skips strongly in the first 30 seconds.

Blanchard-Means Family Papers

1920

Metropolitan Quartet (Vocal group)

Dear spirit, lead thou me (Miles-Austin)

Orange (N.J.) - Recording of a Thaddeus Rich performing a Cavatina with unidentified accompanist on piano.

Blanchard-Means Family Papers