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                 Edna Talbott Whitley scrapbooks, 1920-1932
                     62M102 
                 
                 Finding aid prepared by Amanda M. Reeve 
             
             
                 
                     
                 
                 University of Kentucky Special Collections 
                 
                     Special Collections 
                     Margaret I. King Building, North 
                     Lexington, KY, 40506-0039 
                     (859) 257-8611 
                     SCLREF@LSV.UKY.EDU 
                 
                 2011 March 29 
             
         
         
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             Edna Talbott Whitley scrapbooks 
             62M102 
             
                 University of Kentucky Special Collections 
             
             
                 
             
             
                 0.45 Cubic feet 
                 1 box 
             
             1920-1932 
             The Edna Talbot Whitley scrapbooks contain programs from concerts held in the central Kentucky area, predominantly Lexington. 
             
                 Whitley, Edna Talbott, 1891- 
             
         
         
             Conditions Governing Access note 
             Collection is open to researchers by appointment. 
         
         
             Conditions Governing Use note 
             The physical rights to the materials in this collection are held by the University of Kentucky Special Collections. 
         
         
             Preferred Citation note 
             62M102 : [Identification of item], Edna Talbott Whitley scrapbooks, 1920-1932, University of Kentucky Special Collections. 
         
         
             Scope and Contents note 
             The Edna Talbot Whitley scrapbooks contain programs from concerts held in the central Kentucky area, predominantly Lexington. The collection contains three scrapbooks of programs representing concerts given by major artists as well as local performers. Along with Lexington concert programs are others from Baltimore, Boston, Cincinnati, Chautauqua, N.Y., and Paris, Ky. Among the well-known performers to appear in these concerts are Pablo Casals, Percy Grainger, Jascha Heifetz, Vladimir Horowitz, Fritz Kreisler, John McCormack, Sergei Rachmaninoff, Fritz Reiner and John Philip Sousa. Major symphony orchestras represented are the Cincinnati Symphony, the Cleveland Orchestra, the Minneapolis Symphony and the New York Symphony. Some ballet and opera programs are included, as well as a few concert reviews. 
         
         
             Biographical note 
             Edna Talbott Whitley was born in 1891 in Paris, Kentucky to Robert C. Talbott, a lawyer, and Sallie Scott Grimes. Edna married Wade Hampton Whitley on June 10, 1909. Edna became a Kentucky historian and published works including 
                 Kentucky Ante-Bellum Portraiture  in 1956, 
                 George Berk an Eighteenth Century Painter , and in 1969 she compiled a list of cabinetmakers in Kentucky. 
         
         
             Arrangement note 
             The collection is arranged chronologically. 
         
         
             Ballet programs. 
             Concert programs. 
             Concerts--Kentucky. 
             Lexington (Ky.) 
             Music appreciation. 
             Music--Kentucky--Lexington. 
             Opera programs 
             Performing arts--Outlines, syllabi, etc. 
             Programs 
             Theater--Kentucky--Lexington. 
         
         
             
                 
                     Scrapbook 
                     1 
                     1 
                     1920-1926 
                 
                 
                     Scope and Contents note 
                     This scrapbook is labeled Roll Book. 
                 
             
             
                 
                     Scrapbook 
                     1 
                     3 
                     1925 October 8 - 1932 February 7 
                 
             
             
                 
                     Scrapbook 
                     1 
                     2 
                     1925 October 27 - 1928 April 14 
                 
             
             
                 
                     Edna Whitley letter 
                     1 
                     4 
                     undated 
                 
                 
                     Scope and Contents note 
                     This letter came from the 1925 October 27 - 1928 April 14 scrapbook. It was loose in front of the first page of the scrapbook. 
                 
             
             
                 
                     Signed copy of poem 
                         More about Lindbergh, 
                     1 
                     5 
                     1927