Thurlow Lieurance Collection

Collection Summary

Title: Thurlow Lieurance Collection
Call Number: MS 91-04
Size: 29.0 linear feet
Acquisition: Donated by Wichita State University’s School of Music
Processed by: MKW, 10- 4-1991; JEF, 7-7-1999; LMA and LMM, 4-17-2013
Restrictions: None

Literary Rights

Literary rights were not granted to Wichita State University. When permission is granted to examine the manuscripts, it is not an authorization to publish them. Manuscripts cannot be used for publication without regard for common law literary rights, copyright laws and the laws of libel. It is the responsibility of the researcher and his/her publisher, to obtain permission to publish. Scholars and students who eventually plan to have their work published are urged to make inquiry regarding overall restrictions on publication before initial research.

Content Note

The Thurlow Lieurance Collection contains manuscripts and printed versions of Lieurance’s musical compositions, concert programs, correspondence, photographs, and newspaper clippings concerning Thurlow Lieurance and Edna Woolley Lieurance.

Biography

Thurlow Lieurance was born near Oskaloosa, Iowa on March 21, 1878. His wife, Edna Woolley Lieurance, was born in Lincoln, Nebraska on August 23, 1892. Thurlow Lieurance and Edna Woolley Lieurance appeared together in concert from 1918 to 1927. During this time, in 1924, Thurlow graduated with a Doctor of Music degree from the College of Music in Cincinnati. After they ended their concert appearances, Thurlow and Edna settled in Wichita for the next 20 years. From 1927 to 1947, Thurlow and Edna were faculty members and connected to the University of Wichita.

Many honors were given to this American composer. Among them were the following: in honor of the memory of Thurlow Lieurance and recognition in the Armed Forces by President John F. Kennedy; and recognition of achievement in music education, history, and composition by the University of Wichita Alumni Association. In 1931, he received a diploma in composition from the Ecoles D’Art, Americans in France, Conservatoire de Musique and a scholarship from the Theodore Presser Music Company for study at the Fontainebleau School of Music in France. In 1932, Thurlow became an honorary life member of the Kiwanis Club of Wichita and a member of the Musicians AFM of Wichita. In 1933, Thurlow received honors for musical research among American Indians from the American Scientific Research Society. In 1934, he received honors from the Wichita Chamber of Commerce for the premieres of the symphonic works, “Trails Southwest” and “The Conquistador,” and he named the Minisa Bridge at North High School in Wichita. In 1959, he received honors from the Chamber of Commerce of Boulder, Colorado and a symphonic program was dedicated to him. Thurlow also received honors at a dedication ceremony by the Minnesota Chambers of Commerce for Thurlow and Edna Lieurance as distinguished citizens of the state of Minnesota.

Thurlow contributed American Indian songs that he recorded to the Museum of Santa Fe, in Santa Fe, New Mexico and to the Smithsonian Institute. He wrote a hand book of Indian music, art, language, and ceremony entitled To Dance, Live, Love, and Sing in 1940 at Santa Fe, New Mexico. He published many songs and solos for piano-violin-flute-clarinet ensembles, octavo arrangements for vocal ensembles, and five major symphonic orchestra works. Thurlow is also well known for the Indian flutes that he made. Thurlow Lieurance died in 1963.

Edna Woolley Lieurance studied voice with Mrs. Jennie Schultz of Kansas City, Missouri, William Shakespeare of London, England, and David Bispham. She was influential in popularizing many of her husband’s songs with her mezzo-soprano voice. She excelled in dramatic and lyric-styled songs and specialized in voice-building. She died in Topeka in 1986.

Detailed Description: Series Listing

Series 1 Box 1-29 Manuscript Scores and Score Books by Thurlow Lieurance
Series 2 Box 30-39 Published Scores and Score Books by Thurlow Lieurance
Series 3 Box 40-43 Published and Manuscript Score Books
Series 4 Box 44-46 Recordings. (Unless otherwise indicated, songs are by Thurlow Lieurance.)
Series 5 Box 47 FF 1-6 Concert Programs
Series 6 Box 47 FF 7-8 Correspondence
Series 7 Box 47 FF 9-10 Clippings
Series 8 Box 48 Photographs and Slides
Series 9 Box 49 Writings by Thurlow Lieurance
Series 10 Box 50 Recordings by Various Musicians
Series 11 Box 51 FF 1-38 Music Scores by Others
Series 12 Box 51 FF 39-45 Articles and Books about Lieurance, Kansas, Wichita and Indian Lore
Series 13 Box 51 FF 46 Class Materials of Thurlow Lieurance
Series 14 Box 51 FF47-50 Biographical Materials and Other Information about the Lieurances

Detailed Description: Box and Folder Listing

Series 1 ‒ Manuscript Scores and Score Books by Thurlow Lieurance

Box 1 FF 1 The Absent One
Box 1 FF 2 Across the Sea to You
Box 1 FF 3 Akando We Praise Thee
Box 1 FF 4 Alla’en el Rancho Grande
Box 1 FF 5 All Through the Night
Box 1 FF 6 Among the Aspens
Box 1 FF 7 Among the Columbines
Box 1 FF 8 Among the Moccasin Flowers
Box 1 FF 9 Auweeah
Box 1 FF 10 The Angelus
Box 1 FF 11 At Break of Morn
Box 1 FF 12 At Dawning
Box 1 FF 13 At the Spanish Club
Box 1 FF 14 At Sundown
Box 1 FF 15 Autumn at St. Milo
Box 1 FF 16 Ballet
Box 1 FF 17 Beautiful Dreamer
Box 1 FF 18 Bird of Light - The Eagle
Box 1 FF 19 Blue Mist
Box 1 FF 20 Blushing Debutante
Box 1 FF 21 By the Fountains
Box 1 FF 22 By the Indian Spring
Box 1 FF 23 By the Sheltering Pine
Box 1 FF 24 By Singing Waters
Box 1 FF 25 By the Spirit Fringe
Box 2 FF 1 By the Waters of the Minnetonka
Box 2 FF 2 By the Waters of the Minnetonka
Box 2 FF 3 Caisson Song
Box 2 FF 4 Campfires
Box 3 FF 1 Campfire Suite
Box 3 FF 2 Caprice No. 1
Box 3 FF 3 Caprice No. 2
Box 3 FF 4 Chant of the Corn Grinders
Box 3 FF 5 The Chapel in the Mountains
Box 3 FF 6 Children of the Sun
Box 3 FF 7 Chimes of Gethsamenes
Box 3 FF 8 Chito
Box 4 FF 1 Columbia’s Flag
Box 5 FF 1 Come Holy Ghost
Box 5 FF 2 Conquistador
Box 6 FF 1 Las Cuatro Milpas
Box 6 FF 2 Daffodils
Box 6 FF 3 Dawn-win
Box 6 FF 4 The Day of Melody
Box 6 FF 5 The Dream Ghosts
Box 6 FF 6 Dreamtides
Box 6 FF 7 Dress Parade
Box 6 FF 8 Dusk Rests Upon the Hills
Box 6 FF 9 Each in His Own Tongue
Box 6 FF 10 El Dia de Mercado
Box 6 FF 11 Ena (Happy Bird)
Box 6 FF 12 Esta Noche, Bonita Maria
Box 6 FF 13 Eventide
Box 6 FF 14 Exercises for Sight-Singing
Box 6 FF 15 Fairy Dreams
Box 6 FF 16 Falling Leaves
Box 6 FF 17 Fantasia
Box 7 FF 1 Fiesta
Box 7 FF 2 Flattery
Box 7 FF 3 The Flower Girl
Box 7 FF 4 Forward Men
Box 7 FF 4A From a Water Color
Box 7 FF 5 From an Indian Village
Box 7 FF 6 From the Cathedral
Box 7 FF 7 Ghost Dance
Box 7 FF 8 Going to the Sun (Legend)
Box 8 FF 1 Green Timber (Songs from)
Box 9 FF 1 Hail Wichita, Alma Mater
Box 9 FF 2 The Heaven of Morning
Box 9 FF 3 The Hunter’s Return
Box 9 FF 4 Hymn to the Pioneer Woman
Box 9 FF 5 In Candlelight
Box 9 FF 6 Indian Flute Melodies
Box 9 FF 7 Indian Love Song with Sign Language
Box 9 FF 8 Indian Love Songs
Box 9 FF 9 Indian Love Story
Box 9 FF 10 In Memoriam
Box 9 FF 11 In the Path of the Moon
Box 9 FF 12 In the Planting Time of Corn
Box 9 FF 13 In the Ripening Time of Corn
Box 9 FF 14 In the Shadows of the Cathedral
Box 9 FF 15 I Sing in my Heart at the Weaving
Box 9 FF 16 It is the Spring
Box 9 FF 17 Just Memories
Box 9 FF 18 Las Mananitas
Box 9 FF 19 Last Night
Box 10 FF 1 Laughter
Box 10 FF 2 Legend: Love Song and Lament
Box 10 FF 3 Lights Out Medley
Box 10 FF 4 Like Light of Star
Box 10 FF 5 The Lone Loon’s Cry
Box 10 FF 6 Long Will be the Years of Parting
Box 10 FF 7 The Loon’s Love Cry
Box 10 FF 8 Lord Plant My Feet on Higher Ground
Box 10 FF 9 Love and Admiration - A Devotional
Box 10 FF 10 Love Flute Songs
Box 10 FF 11 Love Song
Box 10 FF 12 A Love Song from Old España
Box 10 FF 13 Lullaby
Box 10 FF 14 Luxembourg Gardens
Box 10 FF 15 May Day
Box 10 FF 16 Meadowland
Box 10 FF 17 Memories
Box 10 FF 18 Mezzo-Blue
Box 10 FF 19 Midnight Lagoon
Box 11 FF 1 Minisa
Box 12 FF 1 Minisa
Box 13 FF 1 Minisa
Box 14 FF 1 Minisa
Box 15 FF 1 Minisa
Box 16 FF 1 Minisa
Box 17 FF 1 Minisa
Box 18 FF 1 Minomoneda
Box 18 FF 2 Moon Over the Pyramids
Box 18 FF 3 Mordacai
Box 18 FF 4 The Morning
Box 18 FF 5 My Best Friend
Box 18 FF 6 My Dream
Box 18 FF 7 My Gazelle
Box 18 FF 8 My Lovely Maiden
Box 18 FF 9 My Silver Throated Fawn
Box 18 FF 10 My Star
Box 18 FF 11 Nocturne
Box 18 FF 12 O’er Birch-Moon Waters
Box 18 FF 13 O’er Land and Sea
Box 18 FF 14 O’er Land and Sea
Box 18 FF 15 Owl Hoots on Tepee Pole
Box 18 FF 16 The Owl’s Bleak Cry
Box 18 FF 17 Pastoral
Box 18 FF 18 Perfect Hour
Box 19 FF 1 Petit-Ballet
Box 19 FF 2 Phantasie to the Theme - By the Weeping Water
Box 19 FF 3 Post-Serifit
Box 19 FF 4 A Prayer
Box 19 FF 5 Prelude
Box 19 FF 6 Processional
Box 19 FF 7 Proposal - Waltz Song
Box 19 FF 8 Rain Dance Song
Box 19 FF 9 Ranchita Twilight
Box 19 FF 10 Remembered
Box 19 FF 11 Remembrance
Box 19 FF 12 Requiem
Box 19 FF 13 Reverie
Box 19 FF 14 Romance in A
Box 19 FF 15 Romance in D
Box 19 FF 16 Roses White, Roses Red
Box 19 FF 17 Sad Moon of Falling Leaf
Box 19 FF 18 Samaweno
Box 20 FF 1 Scenes Fantastic
Box 20 FF 2 The Sentinel
Box 20 FF 3 Serenata
Box 20 FF 4 Shadows in the Moonlight
Box 20 FF 5 The Shadow Waltz
Box 20 FF 6 She Stands There Smiling
Box 20 FF 7 Silver Lining
Box 20 FF 8 Silver on the Sage
Box 20 FF 9 Singing Children of the Sun
Box 20 FF 10 Six Songs from Stray Birds
Box 20 FF 11 Sketch from American Indian Rhapsody
Box 20 FF 12 Slumber Song
Box 20 FF 13 Solvejg’s Song - Edward Grieg (arranged by Lieurance)
Box 21 FF 1 Sombre Woods
Box 21 FF 2 Some Day I Shall Sing to Thee
Box 21 FF 3 The Song of the Wind
Box 21 FF 4 Squaw Dance Song
Box 21 FF 5 Starlight
Box 21 FF 6 The Stylist
Box 21 FF 7 Suite
Box 22 FF 1 Sunrise
Box 22 FF 2 Sunset in Pueblo-Land
Box 22 FF 3 Sweet and Low
Box 22 FF 4 Symphonic Sketches
Box 22 FF 5 Tantum Ergo
Box 22 FF 6 Taps
Box 22 FF 7 Through a Japanese Garden
Box 22 FF 8 To a Water Color
Box 22 FF 9 To a Wild Rose on an Indian Grave
Box 22 FF 10 To Celia
Box 22 FF 11 To Celia
Box 22 FF 12 To the Covered Wagon
Box 22 FF 13 To the Old Piano
Box 23 FF 1 The Touch of God’s Hand
Box 24 FF 1 Trails Southwest
Box 24 FF 2 Trails Southwest
Box 24 FF 3 Trails Southwest
Box 24 FF 4 Trusting
Box 25 FF 1 Twilight Time
Box 25 FF 2 Twilight Time
Box 25 FF 3 Two Indian Love Songs: Samaweenmo and Pretty Flower
Box 25 FF 4 Two Larks
Box 25 FF 5 Upon the Mesa Verde
Box 25 FF 6 Vous Dansez, Marquis
Box 25 FF 7 Wakanda, We Praise Thee
Box 25 FF 8 The Warriors Return
Box 25 FF 9 Water Moon Maiden
Box 26 FF 1 The Weaver
Box 26 FF 2 Weewin
Box 26 FF 3 Wheat
Box 26 FF 4 Where the Dawn and Sunset Meet
Box 26 FF 5 Whispering Aspens
Box 26 FF 6 Winnebago Lament
Box 26 FF 7 With Verdure Clad
Box 26 FF 8 Yellow Leaves That Fall
Box 26 FF 9 Untitled Scores
Box 26   Seventeen copies of score book containing: Scenes Fantastic; Barcarolle; Shadows of the Cathedral; Tantum Ergo; The Eagle; Pageant Processional; and Lord, Plant My Feet on Higher Ground.
Box 27   Contains 18 copies of composition for chorus: Pueblo Spring Song (Rue); Hopi Dance; Vestal; and Fiesta. Also includes 12 copies of compositions for orchestra including instrumentation for: piano, horns, trumpets, bassoons, bass clarinet, clarinet, English horn, oboes, harp, drums, and tympani and the compositions include: Sunset in Pueblo Land; American Indian Rhapsody; In Memoriam; Sad Moon on Falling Leaf; the Whistling Mallards Fly; Where the Blue Heron Nests; Legends; and Columbia’s Flag. Contains a score book including: Sad Moon of Falling Leaf; Where the Sad Waters Flow; The Year of Dry Leaves; From Ghost Dance Canyon; and Long Will be the Years of Parting.
Box 28   Contains 12 cream-colored booklets including the following songs: Ranchetta Twilight; Pueblo Spring Song (Rue); Hopi Dance; Vestal; Fiesta; and Wheat. Also includes multiple copies of a booklet including: Ruble Love Song (Rue); Vestal; Fiesta; and Wheat.
Box 29 FF 1 Minisa 1939-1940: Ena; Sunset in Pueblo Land; and Tantum Ergo.
Box 29 FF 2 Minisa Part I, 1940 (#40): The Shadows of the Cathedral; Sad Moon of Falling Leaf/Spirit Roads Among Stars; Scene Fantastic; Dreamtides; Sunrise; Lord, Plant My Feet On Higher Ground; Wheat; and Minisa, Part 1.
Box 29 FF 3 #7: Legends; Sunset in Pueblo Land; Tantum Ergo; and Ena.
Box 29 FF 4 Vol. I: Legend; and Tantum Ergo.
Box 29   Contains 10 score books: Flute and Piano: Prelude I (The Wedding Day); Caprice (The Bridesmaid); Indian Flute Call; L’Angelus; Rue; Pastoral (The Little Shepherdess); and Sunrise. Solo Flute: Prelude I (The Wedding Day); Caprice (The Bridesmaid); Indian Flute Call; L’Angelus; Rue; Pastoral (The Little Shepherdess); and Sunrise. Horn Vol. 1: Indian Rhapsody; Columbia’s Flag; Legends; and In Memoriam. Trombone Vol. II: Sad Moon of Falling Leaf; Sunset in Pueblo Land; The Whistling Mallards Fly; American Indian Rhapsody; Legends; and In Memoriam. (1-4) I & II Violin Vols. I & II: Sad Moon of Falling Leaf; Sunset in Pueblo Land; The Whistling Mallards Fly; American Indian Rhapsody; Legends; and In Memoriam. (1-3) I & II Viola Vols. I & II: Sad Moon of Falling Leaf; Sunset in Pueblo Land; The Whistling Mallards Fly; American Indian Rhapsody; Legends; and In Memoriam. (1-3) Cello Vol. II: Sad Moon of Falling Leaf; Sunset in Pueblo Land; The Whistling Mallards Fly; American Indian Rhapsody; Legends; and In Memoriam. (2) Bass & I Bass Vol. II: Sad Moon of Falling Leaf; Sunset in Pueblo Land; The Whistling Mallards Fly; American Indian Rhapsody; Legends; and In Memoriam. (1) Flute Vol. II: Sad Moon of Falling Leaf; Sunset in Pueblo Land; The Whistling Mallards Fly; American Indian Rhapsody; Legends; and In Memoriam. (1) Clarinet Vol. II: Sad Moon of Falling Leaf; Sunset in Pueblo Land; The Whistling Mallards Fly; American Indian Rhapsody; Legends; and In Memoriam.

Series 2 ‒ Published Scores and Score Books by Thurlow Lieurance

Box 30 FF 1 Poems set to music by Thurlow Lieurance: Autumn; Longing; I. and II. (From Stray Birds); Sea Gulls; Where Dawn and Sunset Meet; She Stands There Smiling; By Singing Waters; Sunrise; Rue, A Pueblo Love Song; Sweet As An Angel’s Tear; Remembered; Sad Moon of Falling Leaf; Blue Mist; and Spring Along the Yellowstone. (Authors’ names are listed with poem.)
Box 30   Contains 39 blue books including the following songs: Pageant--Processional; Conquistador No. II (Nocturne); El Conquistador No. IV (Ave Maria); Pastoral; 14th Century Chant; The Pilgrimage; Columbia’s Flag; Hymn to the Pioneer Woman; Wheat; By the Waters of Minnetonka; Wa-Poo-Moo. Also includes the following songs from Conductor’s Score, Vols. I and II: (Vol. I) - Scenes Fantastic; In the Shadows of the Cathedral; Tantum Ergo; In the Path of the Moon; Legends; Scene Aboriginal; Ena; and Blue Mist. (Vol. II) - Lord, Plant My Feet on Higher Ground; At Sunset in Pueblo Land; Where the Blue Heron Nests; The Whistling Mallards Fly; American Indian Rhapsody; Legends; and In Memoriam.
Box 31 FF 1 Among the Pines
Box 31 FF 2 Among the Reeds
Box 31 FF 3 The Angelus
Box 31 FF 4 Aooah
Box 31 FF 5 April First
Box 31 FF 6 At Parting
Box 31 FF 7 At the Sundown
Box 32 FF 1 The Bird and the Babe
Box 32 FF 2 Blue Mist
Box 32 FF 3 Blushing Debutante
Box 32 FF 4 By Singing Waters
Box 32 FF 5 By the Campfire
Box 33 FF 1 By the Waters of Minnetonka
Box 33 FF 2 By the Waters of Minnetonka
Box 33 FF 3 By the Waters of Minnetonka
Box 33 FF 4 By the Waters of Minnetonka
Box 33 FF 5 By the Waters of Minnetonka
Box 34 FF 1 By the Weeping Waters
Box 34 FF 2 Call of the Wild
Box 34 FF 3 Came the Dawn
Box 34 FF 4 Canoe Song
Box 34 FF 5 Caprice - The Bridesmaid
Box 34 FF 6 Chant of the Corn Grinders
Box 34 FF 7 Down the Stream
Box 34 FF 8 Dreamtides
Box 34 FF 9 Dream Trail
Box 34 FF 10 Each in His Own Tongue
Box 34 FF 11 Ena (Happy Bird)
Box 34 FF 12 Fantasia on American Indian Themes
Box 34 FF 13 Farewell! Cabin Mine
Box 34 FF 14 Far Off I See a Paddle Flash
Box 34 FF 15 Five Songs for a Medium Voice
Box 34 FF 16 The Flower Girl
Box 34 FF 17 Forgotten Trails
Box 34 FF 18 From an Indian Village
Box 34 FF 19 From an Old Love Letter
Box 34 FF 20 From the Dalles to Minnetonka
Box 34 FF 21 From the Land in the Sky
Box 34 FF 22 Ghost Pipes
Box 34 FF 23 The Good Rain
Box 34 FF 24 A Grey Wood Dove is Calling
Box 34 FF 25 Green Timber (Eight Songs from)
Box 34 FF 26 Hymn to the Sun God
Box 34 FF 27 Indian Flute Call
Box 34 FF 28 Indian Flute Call and Love Song
Box 35 FF 1 Indian Love Songs
Box 35 FF 2 Indian Melodies
Box 35 FF 3 Indian Songs
Box 35 FF 4 Indian Suite
Box 35 FF 5 Indian Summer
Box 35 FF 6 In the Planting Time of Corn
Box 35 FF 7 In the Ripening Time of Corn
Box 35 FF 8 In Sing in My Heart at the Weaving
Box 35 FF 9 I Wonder Why?
Box 35 FF 10 Legend
Box 35 FF 11 Like Light of Star
Box 35 FF 12 The Lily Pond
Box 35 FF 13 The Lone Loon’s Cry
Box 35 FF 14 A Lone Owl is Calling
Box 35 FF 15 Lullaby, Sweet as an Angel’s Tear
Box 35 FF 16 Medicine Dance
Box 35 FF 17 Mezzo-Blue
Box 35 FF 18 Midnight Lagoon
Box 35 FF 19 Moment of Mirth
Box 35 FF 20 A Mountain Madrigal
Box 35 FF 21 Neenah
Box 35 FF 22 Nussdorf Gardens
Box 35 FF 23 O’er Birch-Moon Waters
Box 35 FF 24 Oh Mother
Box 35 FF 25 On Cherry Hill
Box 35 FF 26 The Owl Hoots on a Tepee Pole
Box 35 FF 27 The Owl’s Bleak Call
Box 35 FF 28 Pakoble - The Rose
Box 35 FF 29 Pa-Pup-Ooh
Box 35 FF 30 A Prayer
Box 35 FF 31 Predicaments
Box 35 FF 32 Purple Pines
Box 35 FF 33 Rainbow Land
Box 35 FF 34 Ranchita Twilight
Box 36 FF 1 The Red Bird Sings O’er the Crystal Spring
Box 36 FF 2 Remembered
Box 36 FF 3 Remembrance
Box 36 FF 4 Reverie
Box 36 FF 5 Romance in A
Box 36 FF 6 A Rose on an Indian Grave
Box 36 FF 7 Rose Tints
Box 36 FF 8 Rue
Box 36 FF 9 Sad Moon of Falling Leaf
Box 36 FF 10 Sa-ma-wee-no
Box 36 FF 11 Sea Gulls
Box 36 FF 12 She Stands There Smiling
Box 36 FF 13 Silver Stream
Box 36 FF 14 Singing Children of the Sun
Box 36 FF 15 Sioux Indian Fantasie
Box 36 FF 16 A Sioux Maiden’s Dream
Box 36 FF 17 A Sioux Serenade
Box 37 FF 1 Six Songs From Stray Birds
Box 37 FF 2 Six Songs From Stray Birds
Box 37 FF 3 Snapshots, Motive “The Rooster and the Hens”
Box 37 FF 4 Snowflakes
Box 37 FF 5 Songs Beloved
Box 37 FF 6 Songs From the White Dawn
Box 37 FF 7 Songs of the North American Indian
Box 37 FF 8 The Spirit of Wanna
Box 37 FF 9 Spring Song of the Crow
Box 37 FF 10 Star of Mine
Box 37 FF 11 Sunrise
Box 37 FF 12 Sunset
Box 37 FF 13 This Day
Box 37 FF 14 Through the Mist in the Blue
Box 37 FF 15 To Celia
Box 37 FF 16 Trusting
Box 37 FF 17 Two Hundred Years Ago in Santa Fe
Box 37 FF 18 Under the Sheltering Pines
Box 37 FF 19 Valse Brillante
Box 37 FF 20 Violet Days
Box 37 FF 21 Waste Wala Ka Kelo
Box 37 FF 22 Where the Cedars Rise
Box 37 FF 23 Where Dawn and Sunset Meet
Box 37 FF 24 Where Drowsy Waters Steal
Box 37 FF 25 Where the Blue Heron Nests
Box 37 FF 26 Where the Papoose Swings
Box 37 FF 27 Where the Sad Waters Flow
Box 37 FF 28 The Whistling Mallards Fly
Box 37 FF 29 Wild Bird
Box 37 FF 30 Winnebago Lament
Box 38 FF 1 A Wise Bird
Box 38 FF 2 With Spanish Grace
Box 38 FF 3 Wi-um
Box 38 FF 4 Wounded Fawn
Box 38 FF 5 The Year of Dry Leaves
Box 38 FF 6 Yellowstone (songs from)
Box 39   Contains three score books: (1) Vocal Compositions: A Prayer; A Garden; But the Lord is Mindful of His Own; The Sandman; Come, Holy Ghost; Felice; Blossom Dear; At Parting; If I Hadn’t Had You, My Dear; Lola; Maytime; Proposal; Aooah; Love Song; Her Blanket; The Weaver; Pa-pup-ooh; My Spanish Rosa; Call of the Wild; In a Jinrikisha; By the Waters of Minnetonka; The Nightingale and the Bear; The Sacrifice; Smile; Maleana; At the Sundown; The Tulip; Lullaby; Ever Near; I Wonder Why?; The Dachshund; Irish Spring Song; April First; George and His Father; Rainbow Land; Rue; Predicaments; A Sioux Serenade; and Snapshots. (2) Songs: By the Waters of Minnetonka; By Singing Waters; Blue Mist; Came the Dawn; Reverie; The Bird and the Babe; Sweet as an Angel’s Tear; Far Off I See a Paddle Flash; Sea Gulls; She Stands There Smiling; Lullaby; Her Blanket; By the Weeping Waters; The Owl Hoots on a Teepee Pole; The Year of Dry Leaves; Sad Moon of Falling Leaf; The Angelus; The Owl’s Bleak Call; Rue; Where Dawn and Sunset Meet; Wild Bird; Carita Mia; and The Deserted Lodge. (3) Chorus Mixed: Seven copies of Indian Songs.

Series 3 ‒ Published and Manuscript Score Books

Box 40   Contains three score books: (1) Blue Book: The Angelus, Creole Legend No. 1; The Bird and the Babe (Cradle Song); Blue Mist; Each in His Own Tongue, Autumn--Longing--Consecration; By Singing Waters; By the Waters of Minnetonka; By the Weeping Waters; At the Foot of the Mound, No. 1 The Re Birds, Sing O’er the Crystal Spring; and No. 2 The Owl’s Bleak Call; Remembrance; Remember; Rue, a Pueblo Love Song; Sad Moon of Falling Leaf; Sa-Ma-Wee-No (Menominee Love Song); Sea Gulls; She Stands There Smiling; Sweet as an Angel’s Tear; Lament (Where Dawn and Sunset Meet); Wi-um (Indian Lullaby); American Indian Rhapsody; The Donkey Trail (from Breckenridge Park); Down the Stream; From an Indian Village; Indian Flute Call and Love Song; Indian Suite; Midnight Lagoon (A Creole Romance); Romance in A; Valse Brillante; Sioux Indian Fantasie; A Slumber Song (from the Pueblos); A Flute Song (from the Pueblos); A Ceremonial Song (from the Pueblos); Flute and Morning Song (from the Sioux.) (2) Piano, Chorus: By the Waters of Minnetonka; By Spring Waters; Chant of the Corn Grinders; In the Ripening Time of Corn; Among the Reeds; The Angelus; Snowflakes; A Prayer; Trees; Each of His Own Tongue; From the Old Homestead; The Flower Girl; Remembered; Rue; Sad Moon of Falling Leaf; Where the Sad Waters Flow; Columbia’s Flag; Lord, Plant My Feet on Higher Ground; Wheat; and Now Good Night. (3) Chorus Mixed: By the Waters of Minnetonka; By Spring Waters; Chant of the Corn Grinders; In the Ripening Time of Corn; Among the Reeds; The Angelus; Snowflakes; A Prayer; Trees; Each of His Own Tongue; From the Old Homestead; The Flower Girl; Remembered; Rue; Sad Moon of Falling Leaf; Where the Sad Waters Flow; Columbia’s Flag; Lord, Plant My Feet on Higher Ground; Wheat; Heroes; and Now Good Night.
Box 41   Contains the following score book: Chorus, Mixed (nine copies including most of these songs): By the Waters of Minnetonka; By Spring Waters; Chant of the Corn Grinders; In the Ripening Time of Corn; Among the Reeds; The Angelus; Snowflakes; A Prayer; Trees; Each in His Own Tongue, Autumn--Longing--Consecration; From the Old Homestead; Remembered; Rue, A Pueblo Spring Song; Where the Sad Waters Flow; Spirit Roads Among Stars; Sad Moon of Falling Leaf; Columbia’s Flag; Lord, Plant My Feet on Higher Ground; Wheat; Heroes; and Now Good Night.
Box 42   Contains the following score book: Chorus, Mixed (nine copies including most of these songs): By the Waters of Minnetonka; By Spring Waters; Chant of the Corn Grinders; In the Ripening Time of Corn; Among the Reeds; The Angelus; Snowflakes; A Prayer; Trees; Each in His Own Tongue, Autumn--Longing--Consecration; From the Old Homestead; Remembered; Rue, A Pueblo Spring Song; Where the Sad Waters Flow; Spirit Roads Among Stars; Sad Moon of Falling Leaf; Columbia’s Flag; Lord, Plant My Feet on Higher Ground; Wheat; Heroes; and Now Good Night.
Box 43   Contains the following score book: Chorus, Mixed (seven copies including most of these songs): By the Waters of Minnetonka; By Spring Waters; Chant of the Corn Grinders; In the Ripening Time of Corn; Among the Reeds; The Angelus; Snowflakes; A Prayer; Trees; Each in His Own Tongue, Autumn--Longing--Consecration; From the Old Homestead; Remembered; Rue, A Pueblo Spring Song; Where the Sad Waters Flow; Spirit Roads Among Stars; Sad Moon of Falling Leaf; Columbia’s Flag; Lord, Plant My Feet on Higher Ground; Wheat; Heroes; and Now Good Night.

Series 4 ‒ Recordings

Box 44 FF 1 Tape #1, and #2: Thurlow Lieurance--Cylinders. (AFS 17, 995) (LOW 7852) Recorded on both sides.
Box 44 FF 2 By the Waters of Minnetonka (piano roll)
Box 44 FF 3 By the Waters of Minnetonka - Lieurance-Grofe; Meditation from Thais - Massnet-Grofe (Paul Whiteman and his Orchestra)
Box 44 FF 4 By the Waters of Minnetonka - Lieurance-Grofe; Meditation from Thais - Massnet-Grofe (Paul Whiteman and his Orchestra)
Box 44 FF 5 Aueeah; Pretty Flower; Love Song; and The Angelus for violin and piano
Box 44 FF 6 Dreamtides for chorus and orchestra
Box 44 FF 7 Sad Moon of Falling Leaf (a transcription of Love Songs for violin and piano); Blue Mist
Box 44 FF 8 By the Waters of Minnetonka; From the Land of the Sky Blue Water (Andre Kostelanetz and Orchestra) (record and cassette)
Box 44 FF 9 By the Waters of Minnetonka; From the Land of the Sky Blue Water (Andre Kostelanetz and Orchestra) (record and cassette)
Box 44 FF 10 Nocturno for piano solo; and portrait for viola and piano
Box 44 FF 11 Thurlow Lieurance program on radio station KFBI, May 13, 1952 at 8:45 p.m.
Box 44 FF 12 Thurlow Lieurance program on radio station KFBI from Wichita University, May 14, 1952, part 1, part 2 conclusion
Box 44 FF 13 Intermezzo for string quartet; and Nocturno for string quartet
Box 44 FF 14 The Bird and the Babe; and The Angelus
Box 44 FF 15 Old Viennese Melodie; and Nussdorf-Garden
Box 44 FF 16 From an Indian Village; and Minuet A L’Antico - Seeboeck (Judith Ann Christopherson)
Box 44 FF 17 By the Waters of Minnetonka - Percy Faith Arrangement (Coco Cola Orchestra and Male Chorus) recorded off radio on August 13, 1943 - Lieurance Arrangement (Edna Woolley Lieurance with Minisa Orchestra
Box 44 FF 18 By the Waters of Minnetonka; and At Dawning - Cadman (Corienne Rider-Kelsey, Soprano Solo, Orchestra Accompaniment)
Box 44 FF 19 From the Land of the Sky-Blue Water - Cadman (Instrumental); and By the Waters of Minnetonka - Arrangement Roberts (Columbia Salon Orchestra)
Box 44 FF 20 Indian Love Call (from “Rose Marie”) - Frimi; and By the Waters of Minnetonka (Major Bowse Capitol Theatre Trio)
Box 44 FF 21 A Sioux Serenade; and By the Waters of Minnetonka (Princess Watahwaso - Mezzo Soprano with Piano and Flute--in English)
Box 44 FF 22 A Sioux Serenade; and By the Waters of Minnetonka (Princess Watahwaso - Mezzo Soprano with Piano and Flute--in English)
Box 44 FF 23 Minisa, part 1 and part 2 (record and cassette)
Box 44 FF 24 Minisa, part 1 and part 2 (record and cassette)
Box 44 FF 25 From the Land of the Sky-Blue Water - Cadman; and By the Waters of the Minnetonka - (Barbara Muriel with Orchestra Accompaniment) Panama Pacific, 1915
Box 44 FF 26 By the Waters of Minnetonka (Miss Inez) recorded May 22, 1953
Box 44 FF 27 Thurlow Lieurance program broadcast over radio station KFH - May 11, 1952, 3:30 p.m. part 1 and 2
Box 44 FF 28 Thurlow Lieurance on radio station KFBI, May 13, 1952, 8:45 p.m. part 1 (commentary by Len Carl) By the Waters of Minnetonka Chorus with Orchestra; and part 2 - Sweet as an Angel’s Tear (Violin and piano)
Box 44 FF 29 By the Waters of Minnetonka (Edna Woolley Lieurance, played by Thurlow Lieurance) - broadcast over radio station KFBI, May 13, 1952, 8:45 p.m.; part 3 and part 4; Clair de Lune - Debussy (Commentary by Len Carl)
Box 44 FF 30 By the Waters of Minnetonka - Lieurance and Cavanass (Gerald Moore, piano; violin obbligato (sic) by Frederick Grinke;) and Green Hills O’ Somerset - F. E. Weatherley and Eric Coates (Joan Hammond)
Box 45 FF 1 Beautiful Wisconsin - Don Fina; and By the Waters of Minnetonka (Ken Griffin at organ)
Box 45 FF 2 Too Late - Wakely (Vocal by Dorothy Rae, whistling); and By the Waters of Minnetonka - Lieurance and Cavanass (Fred Lowery, whistling and vocal)
Box 45 FF 3 By the Waters of Minnetonka - Lieurance and Cavanass; and Five Minutes More - Styne and Cahn (The Three Suns, vocal by Artie Dunn)
Box 45 FF 4 By Weeping Waters - part 1 and 2
Box 45 FF 5 By the Waters of Minnetonka; and From the Land of the Sky-Blue Water - Cadman (Adler Trio, violin, flute, and harp with bells)
Box 45 FF 6 By the Waters of Minnetonka - Lieurance and Cavanass; and Cherokee - Ray Nobel (Ray Nobel and his Orchestra)
Box 45 FF 7 Crew Cut - Jerry Gray; and By the Waters of Minnetonka - Lieurance and J. M. Cavanass (Jerry Gray and His Orchestra)
Box 45 FF 8 By the Waters of Minnetonka; and Parade of Wooden Soldiers - Leon Jessel (Ethel Smith, organ with instrumental accompaniment)
Box 45 FF 9 Romance in A; Lullaby; Romance in D; and Cheyene Fantastic (violin, Edna Wine)
Box 45 FF 10 Nocturno; and Dreamtides (Für Streichquartett, Für violine u. piano, possibly recorded in Germany)
Box 45 FF 11 Dancing Doll - Poldini; and By the Waters of Minnetonka (Mantovani, violin; Harold Smart, organ)
Box 45 FF 12 The Bud and the Babe; and By the Waters of Minnetonka (violin and piano,) October 29, 1950
Box 45 FF 13 The Bird and the Babe; and By the Waters of Minnetonka (violin and piano,) October 29, 1950
Box 45 FF 14 Jesus Our Lord We Adore Thee; and Like Light of Star
Box 45 FF 15 By the Waters of Minnetonka (Lowery); and Nocturne (C. Picino)
Box 45 FF 16 Water Lily, Morgen, (Edna Woolley Lieurance)
Box 45 FF 17 Water Lily, Morgen, (Edna Woolley Lieurance)
Box 45 FF 18 Unlabeled disc.
Box 45 FF 19 Fantasia; and A Portrait By (viola and piano)
Box 45 FF 20 At Sundown; and Song to the Old Piano
Box 45 FF 21 The Angelus; and The Sentinel
Box 45 FF 22 Major Bowse Broadcast; and Lament from Minisa
Box 45 FF 23 The Angelus; Nocturne I; and The Angelus II
Box 45 FF 24 By the Waters of Minnetonka; and Devotion - Mascagne (the Mormon Tabernacle Choir, mixed voices with organ, Director Anthony C. Lund)
Box 45 FF 25 Cree War Dance - Fred Cardin; Across the Sea to You; Blue Mist (two copies); Aueeah; The Angelus; and Where Dawn and Sunset Meet
Box 45 FF 26 Cree War Dance - Fred Cardin; Across the Sea to You; Blue Mist (two copies); Aueeah; The Angelus; and Where Dawn and Sunset Meet
Box 45 FF 27 Marie; and By the Waters of Minnetonka (Lloyd Sullivan at the Hammond; Tom Memoli at the Navachord)
Box 45 FF 28 Aueeah; Lullaby; and Sweet as an Angel’s Tear
Box 45 FF 29 By the Waters of Minnetonka - Lieurance and Cavanass; Gluseppe Mandolino - Reno Biondi (The Gadabouts)
Box 45 FF 30 By the Waters of Minnetonka; Memories - Van Alstyne-Kahn (The Four Horsemen, vocal by Al Rawley)
Box 45 FF 31 Chant of the Eagle Dance - Hopi Indian Chanters (group of M. W. Billingsley, male voices with drum; record and cassette); Winnebago Love Song - Lieurance-Clement Barone; Love With Tears (Cheyenne) - Lieurance - Clement; Pueblo Lullaby (Wium) - Lieurance-Clement; and Omaha Ceremonial - Lieurance-Clement (Indian and modern flutes)
Box 45 FF 32 Chant of the Eagle Dance - Hopi Indian Chanters (group of M. W. Billingsley, male voices with drum); Winnebago Love Song - Lieurance-Clement Barone; Love With Tears (Cheyenne) - Lieurance - Clement; Pueblo Lullaby (Wium) - Lieurance-Clement; and Omaha Ceremonial - Lieurance-Clement (Indian and modern flutes)
Box 45 FF 33 Every Day Song (side 2 label illegible)
Box 45 FF 34 Five Minutes More - Styne - Cahn (vocal by Artie Dunn); and By the Waters of Minnetonka - Lieurance and Cavanass (The Three Suns)
Box 46 FF 1 Scene Fantastic; and Scene Fantastic II
Box 46 FF 2 Lieurance, Thurlow record tape cylinders
Box 46 FF 3 Aueeah; The Angelus; At Break of Morn, three copies; Cree War Dance - Fred Cardin; and Blue Mist
Box 46 FF 4 Aueeah; The Angelus; At Break of Morn, three copies; Cree War Dance - Fred Cardin; and Blue Mist
Box 46 FF 5 Aueeah; The Angelus; At Break of Morn, three copies; Cree War Dance - Fred Cardin; and Blue Mist
Box 46 FF 6 Series of records: Music of American Indians
Box 46 FF 7 Rhapsody
Box 46 FF 8 Minisa #1, #2, May 26, 1940 (cassette and record)
Box 46 FF 9 Minisa #3, #4, May 26, 1940 (cassette and record)
Box 46 FF 10 Excerpts from the 107th anniversary concert, April 12, 1959 (Ringgold Band Inc., Fred Cardin, Director)
Box 46 FF 11 By the Waters of Minnetonka; and Notturno
Box 46 FF 12 Lullaby (from “Indian Songs,” Julia Culp)
Box 46 FF 13 Water Moon Maiden - part 1, part 2 (piano)
Box 46 FF 14 By the Waters of Minnetonka (Edna Woolley Lieurance and violin, cassette and record)
Box 46 FF 15 Water Moon Maiden - part 1, part 2
Box 46 FF 16 Minisa
Box 46 FF 17 Galloping Fingers by Ethel Smith: Galloping Fingers - Ethel Smith, two copies, SIDE 1: The Galloping Comedians - Kabalevsky; The Third Man Theme - Anton Karas; The Cage Mozart Waltz - Anton Karas; Sleigh Ride - Leroy Anderson; After Hours - Avery Parrish; Hora Staccato - G. Cinicu and J. Helfelz; SIDE 2: Fiddle Faddle - Leroy Anderson; By the Waters of Minnetonka; Maple Leaf Rag - Scott Joplin; I Got Rhythm - G. Gershwin and Ira Gershwin; Steamboat Rag - E. Burnett; Liza (All the Clouds’ll Roll Away) - G. Gershwin, Ira Gershwin and Gus Kahn
Box 46 FF 18 Galloping Fingers by Ethel Smith: Galloping Fingers - Ethel Smith, two copies, SIDE 1: The Galloping Comedians - Kabalevsky; The Third Man Theme - Anton Karas; The Cage Mozart Waltz - Anton Karas; Sleigh Ride - Leroy Anderson; After Hours - Avery Parrish; Hora Staccato - G. Cinicu and J. Helfelz; SIDE 2: Fiddle Faddle - Leroy Anderson; By the Waters of Minnetonka; Maple Leaf Rag - Scott Joplin; I Got Rhythm - G. Gershwin and Ira Gershwin; Steamboat Rag - E. Burnett; Liza (All the Clouds’ll Roll Away) - G. Gershwin, Ira Gershwin and Gus Kahn
Box 46 FF 19 By the Weeping Waters (Chippewa Indian Mourning Song); Aooah (Pueblo Indian Love Song); and Her Blanket (Navajo Indian) (Princess Watahwaso--mezzo soprano with piano and flute)
Box 46 FF 20 By the Waters of Minnetonka - Lieurance and Cavanass (Whistling, Fred Lowery with guitar and novachord accompaniment); and Too Late - Wakely (Whistling and vocal, Fred Lowery, vocal by Dorothy Rae, Orchestra Director, Mitchell Ayres)
Box 46 FF 21 By the Waters of Minnetonka - Lieurance and Cavanass; and Cherokee (Ray Nobel and His Orchestra, vocal chorus by Howard Phillips)
Box 46 FF 22 By the Waters of Minnetonka - Lieurance and Cavanass; Indian Love Call - Rudolph Frimi, O. Harbach, and O. Hammerstein (Orchestra - Begleitung)
Box 46 FF 23 Program of the New York Flute Club in Honor of the 75th Birthday of Verne Q. Powell; part 1 and part 2; Verne Q. Powell, Edward V. Powell, and Dolores Rodriquez: Part I Platti and Pez; and Part II Loeillet; Katherine; Benedict; and Berlioz
Box 46 FF 24 To a Wild Rose on an Indian Grave (piano); Nocturne; and When Shadows Fade
Box 46 FF 25 Skibibila (piano); and Leaf Bird (piano)
Box 46 FF 26 By Singing Waters, 1931; By the Waters of Minnetonka (Edna Woolley Lieurance)
Box 46 FF 27 By Singing Waters, 1931; By the Waters of Minnetonka (Edna Woolley Lieurance)
Box 46 FF 28 Disc labeled: “Reference Short (illegible) Canyon, Orchestra Minisa”; side 2: In Path of Moon (illegible in parenthesis)
Box 46 FF 29 Unlabeled
Box 46 FF 30 Unlabeled
Box 46 FF 31 Unlabeled
Box 46 FF 32 Disc labeled “6 L. A. on September 2, 1956"
Box 46 FF 33  By the Waters of Minnetonka - Lieurance (International Dance Orchestra); Over the Waves - Juventino Rosas (Metropolitan Dance Orchestra)
Box 46   Audio Reels: Thurlow Lieurance, 1952 “By the Waters of the Minnetonka” and other music & commentary.; 2 with unidentified contents.
Box 46   Audio cassettes: copy of the record found in Box 46 FF 8; copy of the record found in Box 46 FF 9; 2 copies of the record found in Box 46 FF 14; copy of the record found in Box 46 FF 19.

Series 5 ‒ Concert Programs

Box 47 FF 1 Minisa
Box 47 FF 2 Minisa
Box 47 FF 3 Conquistador
Box 47 FF 4 Trails Southwest
Box 47 FF 5 Thurlow Lieurance Recognition Concert
Box 47 FF 6 Other Concerts

Series 6 ‒ Correspondence

Box 47 FF 7 Correspondence
Box 47 FF 8 Correspondence
Box 47 FF 9 Correspondence

Series 7 ‒ Clippings

Box 47 FF 10 Newspaper and Magazine Clippings
Box 47 FF 11 Other Articles

Series 8 ‒ Photographs and Slides

Box 48 FF 1 Thurlow Lieurance
Box 48 FF 2 Thurlow Lieurance and Edna Woolley Lieurance
Box 48 FF 3 Edna Woolley Lieurance
Box 48 FF 4 Miscellaneous: photographs of John Philip Sousa (autographed,) Frantz Proscholwski (autographed,) two of George B. Tack (as older man and with flute,) Ernestine Schumann Heink (autographed,) and William Shakespeare II (autographed); photograph of Wichita Symphony Orchestra; photographs (3) of Minisa Bridge, Wichita; photographs (6) of American Indians, one standing with Thurlow Lieurance; photograph of Taos Pueblo, 1902; postcard of Mesa Verde, Colorado; photograph of sod house; postcards (3) of Hotel Launoy, Fountainbleu, France, one of which has markings in Lieurance’s handwriting indicating location of piano and his room; reproduction of an advertisement for Cincinnati Conservatory of Music; and reproduction of editorial cartoon.
Box 48 FF 5 Pages removed from a scrapbook with photos of Lieurance and others on the Chautauqua circuit. The folder also includes photocopies on acid-free paper of these pages.

Series 9 ‒ Writings by Thurlow Lieurance

Box 49 FF 1 Indian Music
Box 49 FF 2 Endah-Edesta
Box 49 FF 3 Endah-Edesta
Box 49 FF 4 Endah-Edesta
Box 49 FF 5 Endah-Edesta
Box 49 FF 6 Human Mediums of Expression Through Art
Box 49 FF 7 The Love of Luchulu
Box 49 FF 8 Music of the American Indian
Box 49 FF 9 Sun Deer
Box 49 FF 10 Wajuano-Craconyah

Series 10 ‒ Recordings by Various Musicians

Box 50   Sophisticated Lady; Stormy Weather - (Duke Ellington and His Famous Orchestra)
Box 50   La Rosita; (When Your Hearts On Fire) Smoke Gets In Your Eyes - (Benny Goodman and His Orchestra)
Box 50   Silent Night - Franz Gruber; Adeste Fideles (Oh, Come, All Ye Faithful) - (Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra)
Box 50   I’m Getting Tired So I Can Sleep - Berlin; Rock-A-Bye Bay - Curtis, Wood - (Claude Thornhill and His Orchestra)
Box 50   I’ll Be Home For Christmas (If Only In My Dreams) - Walter Keat, Kent Gannon, and Buck Ram; Faith of Our Fathers - H. Henny, J. Walton and F. Faber - (Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra)
Box 50   Ev’rything I Love; Ace in the Hole - Cole Porter - (Hildegarde)
Box 50   Farming; I Hate You Darling - (Hildegarde)
Box 50   Santa Claus is Comin’ To Town; Jingle Bells - (Bing Crosby and the Andrews Sisters with Vic Schoen and His Orchestra)
Box 50   Sophisticated Lady; In A Sentimental Mood; Mood Indigo; Solitude - (Duke Ellington)
Box 50   Little Alabama Coon - Hattie Starr (Mabel Garrison and Orpheus Quartet)
Box 50   Swing Low, Sweet Chariot - (Mabel Garrison)
Box 50   In the Sweet Bye and Bye - S. Fillmore Bennett and Joseph P. Webster (Ernestine Schumann-Heink)
Box 50   Poor Butterfly - Raymond Hubbell (Fritz Kreisler)
Box 50   I’se Gwine Back to Dixie - C. A. White (Alma Gluck and Male Chorus)
Box 50   Last Night - Halfdan Kjerulf (Miss Louise Homer)
Box 50   Melody in F - Rubinstein (Victor Herbert’s Orchestra)
Box 50   Home Sweet Home - John Howard Payne and Sir Henry Rowley Bishop; Comin’ Thro’ the Rye - Old Scotch Air (Marian Talley)
Box 50   Comin’ Thro’ the Rye - Scotch Air (Marion Talley)
Box 50   The Barefoot Trail - Marion Phelps and Alvin S. Wiggers (John McCormack)
Box 50   Whispering Hope - Alice Hawthorne (Alma Gluck and Louise Homer)
Box 50   Abide With Me - H. F. Lyte and William H. Monk (Alma Gluck and Louise Homer)

Series 11 ‒ Music Scores by Others

Box 51 FF 1 American Indian Rhapsody - Preston Ware Orem
Box 51 FF 2 American Indian Rhapsody - Preston Ware Orem
Box 51 FF 3 American Indian Rhapsody - Preston Ware Orem
Box 51 FF 4 America Let’s Go - Bob Hamilton
Box 51 FF 5 At Dawning (I Love You) - Charles Wakefield Cadman
Box 51 FF 6 Be Still and Know That I Am God - Arch P. Naramore and Mary Alice Fishback
Box 51 FF 7 Carry It On - George Dowanna
Box 51 FF 8 Clair De Lune - Claude Debussy
Box 51 FF 9 Cree War Dance - Fred Cardin
Box 51 FF 10 Fishin’ - Arch P. Naramore
Box 51 FF 11 Good News - B. G. De Sylva, Lew Brown, and Ray Henderson
Box 51 FF 12 Grand Processional at Avignon - James Francis Cooke
Box 51 FF 13 Guitarre - M. Moszkowski
Box 51 FF 14 Indian Dawn - J. S. Zamecnik
Box 51 FF 15 Indian Snake-Dance - Cecil Burleigh
Box 51 FF 16 The Lord is My Captain - Geoffrey O’Hara
Box 51 FF 17 The Lord’s Prayer - Albert Hay Malotte
Box 51 FF 18 Love Song - Isidor Philipp
Box 51 FF 19 Medicine Song - Isidor Philipp
Box 51 FF 20 Morgen! To-morrow! - Richard Strauss
Box 51 FF 21 An Old Trysting Place - McDowel
Box 51 FF 22 Ondine - Claude Debussy
Box 51 FF 23 Pale Moon - Frederic Knight Logan
Box 51 FF 24 Scalp Dance - Hazel Gertrude Kinscella
Box 51 FF 25 Sea Rapture - Eric Coates
Box 51 FF 26 La Serenade - F. Schubert
Box 51 FF 27 Serenade - unknown
Box 51 FF 28 A Sioux Maiden’s Love Song - Mrs. Mary Parmelee and R. C. Bauer
Box 51 FF 29 The Sun Dance - Leo Friedman
Box 51 FF 30 The Swan - C. Saint-Saens
Box 51 FF 31 Thais (Meditation) - J. Massenet-Marsick
Box 51 FF 32 ‘Tis Evening in-a My Cabin - Dorothy L. Sims
Box 51 FF 33 Two Indian Dances - Charles Sanford Skilton: Dear Dance; and War Dance
Box 51 FF 34 Two Indian Dances - Charles Sanford Skilton: Dear Dance; and War Dance
Box 51 FF 35 Valse Melodic - H. La Forrest
Box 51 FF 36 Walzer - Richard Strauss
Box 51 FF 37 White Orchids - James Francis Cooke
Box 51 FF 38 With a Water-Lily - Edvard Grieg


Series 12 ‒ Articles and Books about Lieurance, Kansas, Wichita and Indian Lore

Box 51 FF 39 Azul - Maria Teresa Lara
Box 51 FF 40 “Kansas Folks Worth Knowing” - Jennie Small Owen
Box 51 FF 41 “The How of Success” - Max Merritt Morrison - paper containing hints on success
Box 51 FF 42 Sioux Memory Gems by Myrtle Miller Anderson - contents are pictures of the Sioux and poems about the pictures
Box 51 FF 43 The Story of Minisa Bridge by Ethel Crawford Parker - the history of the bridge, its construction and how it came to be called Minisa
Box 51 FF 44 Wajauno-Graconyah - A Navajo-Hopi Romance by Leland Landis (Thurlow Lieurance’s pen name) dedicated to Thurlow Lieurance, Jr.
Box 51 FF 45 El Palacio, collection of magazine articles involving Indian legend stories and poems; authors vary
Box 51 FF 46 Green Timber, by Charles O. Ross - the story Green Timber and the background of some song lyrics

Series 13 ‒ Class Materials of Thurlow Lieurance

Box 51  FF 47 Thurlow Lieurance materials for classes he taught
Box 51 FF 48 Thurlow Lieurance and student materials for classes he taught

Series 14 ‒ Biographical Materials and Other Information about the Lieurances

Box 51  FF 49 Biographical materials for Thurlow and Edna Lieurance
Box 51 FF 50 Video, “Thurlow Lieurance and American Indian Music,” and information about the video
Box 51 FF 51 Information on the Lieurance Collection
Box 51 FF 52 Miscellaneous items which include the following: typescript biography of Frederick Cardin by Thurlow Lieurance (half page); membership card for Kiwanis (honorary); poems; pocket reference guide to Army-Navy-Marine Corps insignia; 1946 Christmas card from the Lieurances; dedication program from Fine Arts Center, University of Wichita, 1957; two copies of brochure about Fine Arts program at University of Wichita, c. 1932, with Clayton Henri Staples’ painting of the Administration Building (Jardine Hall) on cover; information about exhibit at the Mid-America All-Indian Center entitled “The Flute and the Dancer,” September 16, 1986-January 18, 1987, including program called “Lieurance Remembered” on September 21, 1986.