Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:
Established in 1908, the Southern California Chapter of the American Guild of Organists is a local chapter of the national professional association serving the organ and choral music fields. This collection contains the records of the Los Angeles and Pasadena chapters of the American Guild of Organists, including administrative files, publications, and annual scrapbooks.
Based in Los Angeles, California, the Lewitzky Dance Company was formed in 1966 by Bella Lewitzky and gave its last performance on May 18, 1997. The archive consists of papers, films, photographs, costumes, programs, posters, stage plots, and sound recordings. It covers the Company's archived and working papers from all offices, including the Manager, Booking and Production offices.
This collection consists of lectures, articles, newspaper clippings, correspondences, photographs, and other papers on film montage editors John Hoffman and Slavko Vorkapich compiled by film preservationist David Shepard. Hoffman and Vorkapich created two visual tone poems together. The second of which, "Forest Murmurs" (1947), was restored by David Shepard in 2004.
This collection consists of the papers of Serbia-born Hollywood montagist, director, lecturer, painter, and illustrator Slavko Vorkapich (1894-1976), including papers, photographs, lecture notes, drawings, and clippings.
This collection consists of Claire Windsor (1892-1972) photographs, letters, and newspaper clippings in scrapbooks. Windsor was an American actress during the silent film era.