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Loonis R. McGlohon Papers, 1977-2000

(Manuscript Collection #806)

Descriptive Summary Click here to collapse or expand the contents in this section of the finding aid

Title: Loonis R. McGlohon Papers
Creator: McGlohon, Loonis
Repository: ECU Manuscript Collection
Languages: English
Abstract: Papers (1921-2002) musical scores, published sheet music and lyrics, biographical articles, contracts, LPs, cassettes, videotapes, reel to reel tapes, compact discs, clippings and photographs pertaining to noted North Carolinian Loonis R. McGlohon's career as a musical composer, arranger, orchestra leader and performer of jazz, popular and sacred music. Many items also relate to McGlohon's personal life such as photographs, reel to reel tapes of family events, passports, deeds, wills, death and birth certificates, military discharge papers and correspondence with well-known musicians, actors and political figures.
Extent: 32.842 Cubic feet, 50 boxes, including videocassettes, reel to reel tapes, cassettes, compact discs, records albums, correspondence, certificates, musical scores, scripts, sheet music, clippings and photographs.

Administrative Information Click here to collapse or expand the contents in this section of the finding aid

Accessions Information

February 13, 2001(unprocessed), 5 containers, 2.3 cubic feet; Including original manuscripts of 10 musical scores composed and arranged by English composer Robert Farnon (b. 1917), Frank Loesser and Loonis McGlohon for Eileen Farrell, Loonis McGlohon, the Loonis McGlohon Big Band and the London Philharmonic Orchestra (10 folders); Also, original manuscripts of 13 musical scores from "North Carolina is My Home," a musical tribute to North Carolina, composed by Mr. Loonis R. McGlohon (13 folders), ca. 1983. 23 folders. Donor: Loonis R. McGlohon.

April 21, 2002(unprocessed addition 1), 1 container, 42 items, 0.732 cubic feet; Published sheet music and lyrics, biographical articles, and compact discs (undated, 1977-2000) pertaining to his career as a musical composer, arranger, orchestra leader and performer. See preliminary inventory attached. Donor: Reeves McGlohon for Loonis R. McGlohon.

November 22, 2004(unprocessed addition 2), 30 boxes, 10,257 items, 23.81 cubic feet; Papers (ca. 1940-2002) including correspondence, sheet music, audio and video tapes, cassettes, compact discs, and LPs, contracts, newspaper clippings, photographs, financial records relating to the personal life and career the noted North Carolina performer, composer, and arranger of jazz, popular, and sacred music. Donor: L. Reeves McGlohon.

April 15, 2011(unprocessed addition 3), 14 boxes, 6.0 cubic feet; Papers (1921-2002), including 14 scrapbooks (1942-2000); McGlohon’s musical scores, scripts and programs for church cantatas, an opera, musical productions (1957-1959) done by the Jaycee Jollies (Charlotte, N.C.), the Final Four production (1994) and The Hornets’ Nest (1968); an autographed copy of Making a Difference in North Carolina (1988); diplomas; 18 master broadcast videocassettes and 4 reel to reel tapes of North Carolina Is My Home; 14 audiocassettes of American Popular Song with Alec Wilder and Friends; 10 reel to reel tapes of productions and family-related (1956-1965) events; legal papers including passports, deeds, wills, death and birth certificates and military discharge papers; and correspondence (1954-2001) mostly from well-known musicians, actors and political figures. Donor: L. Reeves McGlohon.

Access Restrictions

No restrictions

Copyright Notice

Literary rights to specific documents are retained by the authors or their descendants in accordance with U.S. copyright law. Contract agreement does not cover permission to reproduce copyrighted items not belonging to Loonis R. McGlohon or his heirs.

Preferred Citation

Loonis R. McGlohon Papers (#806), East Carolina Manuscript Collection, J. Y. Joyner Library, East Carolina University, Greenville, North Carolina, USA.

Acquisition Information

  • Gift of Loonis R. McGlohon
  • Gift of L. Reeves McGlohon

Processing Information

  • Encoded by Apex Data Services


Biographical / Historical Note Click here to collapse or expand the contents in this section of the finding aid

Loonis McGlohon was born September 29, 1921, in Ayden, N.C., to Max Cromwell McGlohon and Bertha Andrews McGlohon and died January 26, 2002, at his home in Charlotte, N.C. A graduate of East Carolina University in Greenville, N.C., he worked for Jefferson-Pilot Broadcasting for a number of years and was widely known as a pianist and composer. He performed across the U.S. and in many other countries, and collaborated with reporter Charles Kuralt on a tribute in words and music to North Carolina titled "North Carolina Is My Home." He also collaborated with composer Alec Wilder and his songs were performed by such well-known artists as Frank Sinatra, Rosemary Clooney, Eileen Farrell, Judy Garland and Margaret Whiting. He was married to Nan Lovelace and they had children L. Reeves McGlohon, Fan McGlohon Smith and Laurie McGlohon Shouse.

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Series 1:
Original manuscript musical score of "North Carolina is My Home," a musical tribute to North Carolina, by Mr. Loonis R. McGlohon (1983)
Series 2:
Original manuscript musical scores by English composer Mr. Robert Farnon (b. 1917)
  • Box 4#0806.4
    • Folder a#0806.4.a
      Easy to Love, by? Arranged by Robert Farnon. For Eileen Farrell & Loonis McGlohon.
    • Folder b#0806.4.b
      I've Never Been in Love Before, by Frank Loesser "Guys and Dolls" Arranged by Robert Farnon. For Eileen Farrell & Loonis McGlohon
    • Folder c#0806.4.c
      Just in Time, by? Arranged by Robert Farnon. For Eileen Farrell & Loonis McGlohon
    • Folder d#0806.4.d
      The Lamp Is Low (Score Only), by? Arranged by Robert Farnon. For Eileen Farrell & Loonis McGlohon
    • Folder e#0806.4.e
      The More I See You, by? Arranged by Robert Farnon. For Eileen Farrell & Loonis McGlohon
  • Box 5#0806.5
    • Folder a#0806.5.a
      A Quiet Thing, by? Arranged by Robert Farnon. For Eileen Farrell & Loonis McGlohon
    • Folder b#0806.5.b
      Song Bird (Complete), by Loonis McGlohon. Arranged by Robert Farnon.
    • Folder c#0806.5.c
      I'll Be Tired of You, by? Arranged by Robert Farnon. For Eileen Farrell & Loonis McGlohon & London Philharmonic
    • Folder d#0806.5.d
      Time After time, by? Arranged by Robert Farnon. For Eileen Farrell & Loonis McGlohon
    • Folder e#0806.5.e
      Why Did I Choose You?, from "The Yearling," by? Arranged by Robert Farnon. For Eileen Farrell & Loonis McGlohon & London Philharmonic.

Preliminary Inventory Click here to collapse or expand the contents in this section of the finding aid

Below is material taken from a preliminary inventory and represents content from the collection that is unprocessed.

  • Box 6#0806.6
    Published Materials
    • Bovender, Nell Perry: "Cover Story Profile: Loonis McGlohon: Renowned Jazz Pianist / composer Prefers his Tar Heel Lifestyle Over the Big Apple Bright Lights"; Senior Living Resource Magazine (NC Greater Charlotte Edition) Summer 2000, p.6, 8-10; 104 p.; 0.040 cubic ft.  (item #1)
    • Echols, Wendell: "Loonis McGlohon: Another Man and His Music: Part One"; Jazzbeat, v. 11, n. # & 4 (Winter & Spring 2000), p. 3-4, 6; 50 p.; 0.020 cubic ft.  (item #2)
    • Forney, Katherine. Photography by Alicia Doyle: "Friend of the Family: Profile of Loonis McGlohon: Through His Work he Touches Many Lives"; The Crier, The Magazine of the Junior League of Charlotte, v. 73, n. 2 (Winter 1999) p. 14-16.; 58 p.; 0.020 cubic ft.  (item #3)
    • Hal Leonard Corporation: Professional Singer's Christmas Fake Book. Low Voice. 120 Songs Especially Arranged for Voice. . . . (includes: "Christmas is Just About Here" by LM, p. 16); Milwaukee, WI: Hal Leonard Corporation, [1998] ISBN 0-7935-6015-2; 120 p.; 0.040 cubic ft.  (item #4)
    • Hal Leonard Corporation: 150 of the Most Beautiful Songs Ever Piano / Vocal / Guitar (includes LM songs, p. 17 & 288); Milwaukee, WI: Hal Leonard Corporation, n.d. ISBN 0-88188-307-7; 408 p.; 0.140 cubic ft.  (item #5)
    • Kuralt, Charles & Loonis McGlohon. Edited by Patty Davis: North Carolina is My Home Commemorative Edition, With Remembrances from Charles Kuralt's Friends and Colleagues; Old Saybrook, CT: The Globe Pequot Press, ca. 1998, 1986. ISBN 0-7627-0228-1; 108 p.; 0.040 cubic ft.  (item #6)
    • McGlohon, Loonis.: Songbird (Thank You For Your Lovely Song) Piano Solo. Piano Solo as recorded by George Shearing on Pausa Records 7116.; Ft. Lauderdale, FL: TRO ca. 1978 & 1983 Melody Trails, Inc., New York, NY; 4p.; 0.001 cubic ft.  (item #7)
    • McGlohon, Loonis. Words by Charles Kuralt: North Carolina is My Home; Ft. Lauderdale, FL: TRO ca. 1985 & 1989 Melody Trails, Inc., New York, NY; 4p.; 0.001 cubic ft.  (item #8)
    • McGlohon, Loonis. Drama by Grace Hawthorne.: Good Morning, Jesus! A Children's Musical about Daily Experiences with God. Director's Manual.; Milwaukee, WI: Daybreak Music / Hal Leonard Corporation, ca. 1996.; 56 p.; 0.020 cubic ft.  (item #9)
    • McGlohon, Loonis. Drama by Grace Hawthorne.: Loonis McGlohon: Thank You For Your Lovely Songs.; Ft. Lauderdale, FL: TRO Ludlow Music, n.d.; 48 p.; 0.020 cubic ft.  (item #10)
    • Schram, Ruth Elaine, Loonis McGlohon & Mary Kay Beall. Arranged by Alan Billingsley.: Sing a Song of Seasons: Children's Worship Songs for All Year Long. Director's Manual (Includes "Plant A Tiny Seed" & Summertime is Fun Time" by LM); Milwaukee, WI: Daybreak Music / Hal Leonard Corporation, ca. 1997.; 48 p.; 0.020 cubic ft.  (item #11)
    • Tomlin, Jimmy: "House of Stars (NC Music Hall of Fame)"; Our State: Down Home in North Carolina Magazine, June 2000, p. 61-64 ISSN 1092-0838; 120 p.; 0.040 cubic ft.  (item #12)
    • Wilder, Alec. Edited by Judy Bell: "Songs by Alec Wilder Were Made To Sing." Warm Words by Mabel Mercer. Third Edition.; Ft. Lauderdale, FL: TRO Ludlow Music, [1991 ?]; 112 p.; 0.040 cubic ft.  (item #13)
  • Box 6#0806.6
    Compact Discs
    • McGlohon, Loonis (Piano, Arranger & Leader): "Thelma Carpenter: A Souvenir: Songs and Conversations with Alec Wilder, Loonis McGlohon & Thelma Carpenter"; New Orleans, LA: Audiophile Records, ca. 1997 ACD 111; 0.010 cubic ft.  (item #14)
    • McGlohon, Loonis (Piano, Arranger & Leader): "Barbara Lea: The Devil is Afraid of Music" presenting the music of Willard Robison; New Orleans, LA: Audiophile Records, ca. 1997 & 1996 ACD 119; 0.010 cubic ft.  (item #15)
    • McGlohon, Loonis (Piano, Arranger & Leader): "Marelene Verplanck: You'd Better Love Me" accompanied by the Loonis McGlohon Trio; New Orleans, LA: Audiophile Records, ca. 1977 & 1997 ACD 121; 0.010 cubic ft.  (item #16)
    • McGlohon, Loonis (Piano, Arranger & Leader): "Barbara Lea: Remembering, Remembering Lee Wiley" accompanied by the Loonis McGlohon Trio; New Orleans, LA: Audiophile Records, ca. 1978 & 1996 ACD 125; 0.010 cubic ft.  (item #17)
    • McGlohon, Loonis (Lyrics, Piano & Arrangements): "Dick Haymes: For You, For Me, For Evermore" accompanied by the Loonis McGlohon Trio; New Orleans, LA: Audiophile Records, ca. 1978 & 1987 ACD 130; 0.010 cubic ft.  (item #18)
    • McGlohon, Loonis (Piano, Arranger & Leader): "Mark Murphy Sings Mostly Dorothy Fields and Cy Coleman" featuring the Loonis McGlohon Trio; New Orleans, LA: Audiophile Records, ca. 1979 & 1998 ACD 132; 0.010 cubic ft.  (item #19)
    • McGlohon, Loonis (Accompaniment): "Margaret Whiting: Too Marvelous For Words"; New Orleans, LA: Audiophile Records, ca. 1980 & 1995 ACD 152; 0.010 cubic ft.  (item #20)
    • McGlohon, Loonis (Piano, Arranger & Leader): "David Allyn: Soft as Spring"; New Orleans, LA: Audiophile Records, ca. 1981 & 1993 ACD 155; 0.010 cubic ft.  (item #21)
    • McGlohon, Loonis (Piano, Arranger & Leader): "Carrie Smith: Fine & Mellow" Accompanied by the Loonis McGlohon Trio; New Orleans, LA: Audiophile Records, ca. 1983 & 1994 ACD 164; 0.010 cubic ft.  (item #22)
    • McGlohon, Loonis (Piano, Arranger & Leader): "Johnny Hartman: Thank You For Everything" with the Loonis McGlohon Trio; New Orleans, LA: Audiophile Records, ca. 1998 ACD 165; 0.010 cubic ft.  (item #23)
    • McGlohon, Loonis (Piano & Arrangements): "Loonis McGlohon - Loonis and London"; New Orleans, LA: Audiophile Records, ca. 1982 & 1996 ACD 166; 0.010 cubic ft.  (item #24)
    • McGlohon, Loonis (Piano, Electric piano & Percussion assistance): "Margaret Whiting: Come A Little Closer: Margaret Whiting Sings Arrangements by Hubert Arnold"; New Orleans, LA: Audiophile Records, ca. 1982 ACD 173; 0.010 cubic ft.  (item #25)
    • McGlohon, Loonis (Piano, Arranger & Leader): "Dick Haymes: Keep It Simple"; New Orleans, LA: Audiophile Records, ca. 1983 & 1987 ACD 200; 0.010 cubic ft.  (item #26)
    • McGlohon, Loonis (Piano): "Marlene Ver Planck: Pure and Natural"; New Orleans, LA: Audiophile Records, ca. 1987 & 1994 ACD 235; 0.010 cubic ft.  (item #27)
    • McGlohon, Loonis (Piano, Arranger & Leader): "We Wish You A Merry Christmas: Loonis McGlohon and Friends; New Orleans, LA: Audiophile Records, ca. 1990 ACD 265; 0.010 cubic ft.  (item #28)
    • McGlohon, Loonis (Piano, Arrangements & Leader): "Daryle Ryce: Unless It's You" with the Loonis McGlohon Trio; New Orleans, LA: Audiophile Records, ca. 1992 ACD 271; 0.010 cubic ft.  (item #29)
    • McGlohon, Loonis (Piano, Arranger & Leader): "Christmas Memory: Loonis McGlohon and Friends"; New Orleans, LA: Audiophile Records, ca. 1992 ACD 275; 0.010 cubic ft.  (item #30)
    • McGlohon, Loonis (Piano): "Mike Campbell: My Romance"; New Orleans, LA: Audiophile Records, ca. 1997 ACD 287; 0.010 cubic ft.  (item #31)
    • McGlohon, Loonis (Piano, Arranger & Leader): "Irene Kral: You Are There" The Loonis McGlohon Trio; New Orleans, LA: Audiophile Records, ca. 1999 ACD 299; 0.010 cubic ft.  (item #32)
    • McGlohon, Loonis (Piano, Arranger & Leader): "Jackie Cain: So Many Stars"; New Orleans, LA: Audiophile Records, ca. 2000 ACD 305; 0.010 cubic ft.  (item #33)
    • McGlohon, Loonis (Piano, Arranger & Leader): "Mary Mayo: Time Remembered"; New Orleans, LA: Audiophile Records, ca. 2000 ACD 310; 0.010 cubic ft.  (item #34)
    • McGlohon, Loonis (Lyrics, Piano & Arrangements): "American Songbook Series: Alec Wilder (1907-1980)"; Smithsonian Collection of Recordings, ca. 1995 AD 048-24 / A 24580; 0.010 cubic ft.  (item #35)
    • McGlohon, Loonis (Piano arrangements): "Joyce Breach: Confessions"; New Orleans, LA: Audiophile Records, ca. 1991 ADC 269; 0.010 cubic ft.  (item #36)
    • McGlohon, Loonis (Piano): "A Quiet Christmas: Piano Performances of Favorite Carols and Songs: Loonis McGlohon"; Franklin, WI: Whitnall Edge Music (BMI), ca. 1999 HS 262 CD; 0.010 cubic ft.  (item #37)
    • McGlohon, Loonis (Arrangements): "Eileen Farrell Sings Harold Arlen"; San Francisco, CA: Reference Recordings, ca. 1989 RR 30 CD; 0.010 cubic ft.  (item #38)
    • McGlohon, Loonis (Arrangements & Piano): "Eileen Farrell Sings Rodgers & Hart"; San Francisco, CA: Reference Recordings, ca. 1989 RR 32 CD; 0.010 cubic ft.  (item #39)
    • McGlohon, Loonis (Compositions): "Maddy Winer: The Lovin' Part of Me" (The Wine of May & I Live to be in Love with You); MJW Records (704) 298-7654; 0.010 cubic ft.  (item #40)
    • McGlohon, Loonis (Music, Lyrics, Piano, Arranger): "The Music of Loonis McGlohon"; Charlotte, NC: World Affairs Council, n.d.; 0.010 cubic ft.  (item #41)
    • McGlohon, Loonis (Piano): "The Heart of Christmas: Daryle Ryce and Loonis McGlohon; Charlotte, NC: Acoustic Barn Studio, ca. 1996; 0.010 cubic ft.  (item #42)
  • Box 8#0806.8
    Correspondence, (0.5 cf)
    • Folder a#0806.8.a
      A Christmas Memory, by Loonis McGlohon (n.d.). 1 item. 1 p. Note: Sheet music.
    • Folder b#0806.8.b
      Lazar and the Castle of the Peers, an opera by Loonis McGlohon and Charleen Swansea: We Are the Peers (n.d.). Manuscript Photocopy. 1 item. 17 p. Note: Sheet music.
    • Folder c#0806.8.c
      I Gotta Go Home [p. 1 only] & All I Need [p.2 only] Words and Music by Loonis McGlohon (n.d.). Manuscript. 2 items. 2 p. Note: Sheet music.
    • Folder d#0806.8.d
      Is it Far to Bethlehem? By Loonis McGlohon (1976). Printed Photocopy. 1 item. 2 p. Note: Sheet music.
    • Folder e#0806.8.e
      Hindon Publications: O, Come and Mourn [2 copies] & Weep Not For Him, Music by Loonis McGlohon (1978, 1981). Printed & Printed Photocopy. 3 items. 14 p. Note: Sheet music.
    • Folder f#0806.8.f
      Songbird, by Loonis McGlohon (1978, 1983). Printed. 1 item. 2 p. Note: Sheet music.
    • Folder g#0806.8.g
      Good Morning, by Loonis McGlohon (n.d.). Manuscript. 1 item. 1 p. Note: Sheet music.
    • Folder h#0806.8.h
      North Carolina is My Home, Music by Loonis McGlohon, Words by Charles Kuralt, arr. By Rohm-McElfresh (1985). Printed. 2 items. 6 p. Note: Sheet music.
    • Folder i#0806.8.i
      South - to A Warmer Place: Sinatra, Lyric by Loonis McGlohon, Music by Alec Wilder (1981). Printed. 2 items. 6 p. Note: Sheet music.
    • Folder j#0806.8.j
      Loonis McGlohon Biography (1997-2000, n.d.). 17 items. 35 p. Note: Includes pictures.
    • Folder k#0806.8.k
      It Ain't Easy to be in Show Business and Walk with God, by Loonis McGlohon (n.d.). Manuscript Typescript. 1 item. 48 p. Note: Autobiography
    • Folder l#0806.8.l
      I Don't Want to Go to the Moon, by Loonis McGlohon (n.d.). Photocopy. 2 items. 2 p. Note: Sheet music.
    • Folder m#0806.8.m
      Spring, Spring, Spring, by Loonis McGlohon (n.d.). Photocopy. 2 items. 4 p. Note: Sheet music.
    • Folder n#0806.8.n
      The Empty Chair, by Loonis McGlohon (n.d.). Photocopy. 1 item. 1 p. Note: Sheet music.
    • Folder o#0806.8.o
      Christmas Back Home, by Loonis McGlohon (n.d.). Photocopy. 3 items. 3 p. Note: Sheet music.
    • Folder p#0806.8.p
      That's Enough for Me, by Loonis McGlohon (n.d.). Manuscript. 1 item. 1 p. Note: Sheet music.
    • Folder q#0806.8.q
      A Taste of Wine, by Loonis McGlohon (n.d.). Photocopy. 1 item. 1 p. Note: Sheet music.
    • Folder r#0806.8.r
      Correspondence (2001). 7 items. 24 p. Note: Letters, story booklet.
    • Folder s#0806.8.s
      Newspaper Clippings of Loonis McGlohon (2001, n.d.). 7 items. 11 p.
    • Folder t#0806.8.t
      Farnon, Robert correspondence (1984-1986, 1989-1991). 14 items. 16 p.
    • Folder u#0806.8.u
      ECU Correspondence (2000-2001). 2 items. 2 p.
    • Folder v#0806.8.v
      Brinkley Design. McGlohon Photographs (n.d.). 30 items. 30 p. Note: Photographic prints.
    • Folder w#0806.8.w
      Lord, Come Live With Us, by Loonis McGlohon (n.d.). Photocopy. 1 item. 1 p. Note: Sheet music.
    • Folder x#0806.8.x
      Nocturne, by Loonis McGlohon (n.d.). Photocopy. 1 item. 1 p. Note: Sheet music.
    • Folder y#0806.8.y
      Sunday in Pine tree Corners, by Loonis McGlohon (n.d.). Photocopy. 1 item. 3 p. Note: Sheet music.
    • Folder z#0806.8.z
      Pine tree Corners, by Loonis McGlohon (n.d.). Manuscript. 2 items. 3 p. Note: Sheet music.
    • Folder za#0806.8.za
      Starlight Starbright, by Loonis McGlohon (n.d.). Manuscript. 2 items. 6 p. Note: Sheet music.
    • Folder zb#0806.8.zb
      Where's the Heartache, by Loonis McGlohon (n.d.). Photocopy. 2 items. 2 p. Note: Sheet music.
    • Folder zc#0806.8.zc
      Stillife, by Laurie McGlohon (12/1978). Original art. 1 item. 1 p. Note: Pencil on paper sketch of pine cones & fallen leaves.
    • Folder zd#0806.8.zd
      Christmas Memory, by Loonis McGlohon (n.d.). Manuscript. 1 item. 1 p. Note: Sheet music.
    • Folder ze#0806.8.ze
      Christmas is Love, by Loonis McGlohon (n.d.). Photocopy. 1 item. 2 p. Note: Sheet music.
    • Folder zf#0806.8.zf
      Kuralt, Charles, Remarks at Belmont Abbey College, Belmont, NC with cover letter (5/10/1997). 2 items. 5 p.
    • Folder zg#0806.8.zg
      Cook Book [of Show Business Biographical Notes], by Loonis McGlohon (n.d.). Photocopy Typescript. 1 item. 36 p. Note: Biographical accounts of personalities McGlohon knew.
    • Folder zh#0806.8.zh
      Loonis Scrapbook (1998-1999). 1 item.; 150 p. Note: Articles, newspaper clippings, etc.
    • Folder zi#0806.8.zi
      WBTV [Charlotte, NC] Fifth Anniversary Magazine [1954]. Printed. 1 item. 4 p. Note: Torn. History of first television station in North Carolina.
    • Folder zj#0806.8.zj
      Correspondence Received (1998, n.d.). 2 items. 2 p.
    • Folder zk#0806.8.zk
      St. Louis Philharmonic Orchestra Benefit Pops Concert for the Philharmonic Society of St. Louis [MO] Program (8/10/2001). 1 item. 3 p. Note: Featuring The Loonis McGlohon Trio.
    • Folder zl#0806.8.zl
      Grow Tall, My Son, by Loonis McGlohon (n.d.). Photocopy. 1 item. 1 p. Note: Sheet music.
    • Folder zm#0806.8.zm
      A Long Night, by Loonis McGlohon (1981). Photocopy. 1 item. 4 p. Note: Sheet music.
    • Folder zn#0806.8.zn
      Christmas Back Home, by Loonis McGlohon (1991). Photocopy. 1 item. 2 p. Note: Sheet music.
    • Folder zo#0806.8.zo
      Blackberry Winter, by Loonis McGlohon (1976). Photocopy. 3 items. 7 p. Note: Sheet music.
    • Folder zp#0806.8.zp
      Whee's the Child I Used to Hold, by Loonis McGlohon (1979). Photocopy. 2 items. 5 p. Note: Sheet music.
    • Folder zq#0806.8.zq
      I Love Staying Home With You, by Loonis McGlohon (1992). Photocopy. 1 item. 1 p. Note: Sheet music.
    • Folder zr#0806.8.zr
      The Wine of May, by Loonis McGlohon (1977). Photocopy. 1 item. 1 p. Note: Sheet music.
    • Folder zs#0806.8.zs
      Be A Child, by Loonis McGlohon (1976). Photocopy. 2 items. 7 p. Note: Sheet music.
    • Folder zt#0806.8.zt
      Things I Like About Christmas, by Loonis McGlohon (n.d.). Photocopy. 1 item. 1 p. Note: Sheet music.
    • Folder zu#0806.8.zu
      Where Do We Go From Here? by Loonis McGlohon (1994). Photocopy. 2 items. 5 p. Note: Sheet music.
    • Folder zv#0806.8.zv
      Birthday Candles, by Loonis McGlohon (n.d.). Photocopy. 1 items. 1 p. Note: Sheet music.
    • Folder zw#0806.8.zw
      North Carolina Is My Home Commemorative Edition, With remembrances from Charles Kuralt's friends and colleagues, by Charles Kuralt and Loonis McGlohon, Edited by Patty Davis (1998). Printed. 1 item. 55 p. Note: Book
    • Folder zx#0806.8.zx
      April Green Show: On the Square: A Musical Comedy in two acts, [by Loonis McGlohon] [1957]. Edited Mimeograph Typescript. 1 item. 38 p. Note: Charlotte, NC characters. Libretto only.
    • Folder zy#0806.8.zy
      Hornet's Nestby Loonis McGlohon (1950s). Mimeograph Typescript. 1 item. 52 p. Note: Musical comedy with Charlotte, NC characters. Libretto only.
Box 9#0806.9
Correspondence & Newsclippings (ca. 1961-2000). ca. 350 items ca. 1000 p. , (0.5 cf) Note: Loose items, no folders.
  • Box 10#0806.10
    Newsclippings & Programs, Etc. (ca. 1970-1989) , (0.5 cf)
    • Folder a#0806.10.a
      Loonis McGlohon - Charles Kuralt North Carolina Is My Home Scrapbook (1959-2001). Loose-leaf bound. 1 item. Ca.; 250 p. Note: Clippings, brochures, programs, pamphlets, sheet music, dried flowers.
    • Folder b#0806.10.b
      We Remember Teddi King, Fifth Annual Evening of American Popular Song to support Lupus research [1983]. Printed. Spiral bound. 1 item. 82 p.
    • Folder c#0806.10.c
      It's Time to Fly: Accent on Youth Series, by Loonis McGlohon (1976). Printed. 3 items. 18 p. Note: Sheet music. Duplicates.
    • Folder d#0806.10.d
      Look through the window (rock ballad) by Loonis McGlohon (1978). Printed. 3 items. 12 p. Note: Sheet music. Duplicates.
    • Folder e#0806.10.e
      What's Up Ahead for Us? Pop, Swing, Jazz Choral Series (1981). Printed. 6 items. 24 p. Note: Sheet music. Duplicates.
    • Folder f#0806.10.f
      The McGlohon Theatre Dedication Program, Wednesday (4/8/1998). Honoring Loonis McGlohon. Printed. 1 item. 8 p.
    • Folder g#0806.10.g
      Loss newspaper clippings, brochures, programs, etc. (ca. 1970-89). ca. 250 items. Ca.; 350 p.
  • Box 11#0806.11
    Newsclippings & Programs, (0.5 cf)
    • Folder a#0806.11.a
      Correspondence, clippings, programs, etc. (Fall-Winter 1984). ca. 75 items. Ca.; 150 p.
    • Folder b#0806.11.b
      Wilder, Alec. Correspondence, clippings, scripts, sheet music (1975-92). ca. 25 items. Ca. 50 p.
    • Folder c#0806.11.c
      Correspondence, clippings, programs, etc. (1985-86). ca. 175 items. Ca.; 300 p.
    • Folder d#0806.11.d
      Correspondence, clippings, programs, etc. (Winter1986). ca. 200 items. Ca.; 400 p.
  • Box 13#0806.13
    Music: Sheet Music & Lyrics: Alec Wilder Songs , (0.5 cf)
    • Folder a#0806.13.a
      Love Songs: Eileen Farrell LP (n.d.). 15 items. 75 p. Note: Sheet music.
    • Folder b#0806.13.b
      Wilder Songs (1942, 1987, 1989-1991, 1996, 2000, n.d.). 67 items.; 132 p. Note: Includes correspondence, clippings, etc.
    • Folder c#0806.13.c
      Cho. Tempo: Barbara Lea [Score] (n.d.). Manuscript. 1 item. 2 p. Note: Sheet music.
    • Folder d#0806.13.d
      Gonna Be A Cold, Cold Day (n.d.). Photocopy manuscript. 1 item. 1 p. Note: Sheet music.
    • Folder e#0806.13.e
      I Am A Lilac (n.d.). Manuscript. 1 item. 1 p. Note: Sheet music.
    • Folder f#0806.13.f
      Slowly [Score] (n.d.). Manuscript. 1 item. 1 p. Note: Sheet music.
    • Folder g#0806.13.g
      I Remember the World We Knew when Rainbow Sundays were Bright Slowly [Score] (n.d.). Manuscript. 1 item. 1 p. Note: Sheet music.
    • Folder h#0806.13.h
      Suite for a Friend #1 Slowly [Score] (n.d.). Manuscript. 1 item. 1 p. Note: Sheet music.
    • Folder i#0806.13.i
      Bittersweet, for Ellis Larkins from Alec Wilder [Score] (n.d.). Photocopy Manuscript. 1 item. 1 p. Note: Sheet music.
    • Folder j#0806.13.j
      As Long As We Still Believe [Score] (1945). Photocopy Manuscript. 1 item. 3 p. Note: Sheet music.
    • Folder k#0806.13.k
      Sand Castle Waltz [Score] (n.d.). Photocopy Manuscript. 1 items. 4 p. Note: Sheet music from the movie "Sand Castle."
    • Folder l#0806.13.l
      Untitled [Score] (n.d.). Manuscript. 1 item. 2 p. Note: Sheet music.
    • Folder m#0806.13.m
      Soft As Spring [Score] (n.d.). Photocopy Manuscript. 1 item. 1 p. Note: Sheet music.
    • Folder n#0806.13.n
      Triple Tag [Score] (n.d.). Photocopy Manuscript. 1 item. 1 p. Note: Sheet music.
    • Folder o#0806.13.o
      Remember We Used to . . . By Alec Wilder [Score] (n.d.). Manuscript. 1 item. 1 p. Note: Sheet music.
    • Folder p#0806.13.p
      Shouse, Edward L. Letter (1998). 1 item. 2 p.
    • Folder q#0806.13.q
      I've Been There [Score] (n.d.). Manuscript. 1 item. 2 p. Note: Sheet music.
    • Folder r#0806.13.r
      If Someday Comes Ever Again [Score] (n.d.). Photocopy Manuscript. 1 item. 1 p. Note: Sheet music.
    • Folder s#0806.13.s
      Melody 2 [Score] (n.d.). Photocopy Manuscript. 1 item. 3 p. Note: Sheet music.
    • Folder t#0806.13.t
      Time Remembered [Score] (1959). Photocopy Manuscript. 1 item. 5 p. Note: Sheet music.
    • Folder u#0806.13.u
      Correspondence about Alec Wilder (1990-1991). 3 items. 5 p.
    • Folder v#0806.13.v
      Such a Lonely Girl Am I [Score] (n.d.). Printed. 1 item. 1 p. Note: Sheet music.
    • Folder w#0806.13.w
      The Music Man: Alec Wilder in Spite of Himself (n.d.). 1 item. 1 p. Note: Clipping of book review.
    • Folder x#0806.13.x
      Henny and Jim Backus: What Are You Doing After the Orgy? (n.d.). Photocopy clipping. 1 item. 4 p.
    • Folder y#0806.13.y
      Alec Wilder Clues to a Life [Program] (1982). 2 items. 5 p.
    • Folder z#0806.13.z
      Alec Wilder Clues to a Life [Program] (1982). 1 item. 1 p.
    • Folder za#0806.13.za
      Tune [Score] (n.d.). Manuscript. 1 item. 2 p. Note: Sheet music.
    • Folder zb#0806.13.zb
      Tune [Score] (n.d.). Photocopy Manuscript. 1 item. 1 p. Note: Sheet music.
    • Folder zc#0806.13.zc
      Swinging [Score] (n.d.). Manuscript. 1 item. 1 p. Note: Sheet music with note.
    • Folder zd#0806.13.zd
      Tune 1st Version [Score] (n.d.). Manuscript. 1 item. 1 p. Note: Sheet music.
    • Folder ze#0806.13.ze
      Where Are the Good Companions [Score] (n.d.). Printed. 1 item. 2 p. Note: Sheet music.
    • Folder zf#0806.13.zf
      Ellis #2 / Lil' Darlin Tempo [Score] (n.d.). Photocopy Manuscript. 1 item. 1 p. Note: Sheet music.
    • Folder zg#0806.13.zg
      A Taste / Same old Temp [Score] (n.d.). Photocopy Manuscript. 1 item. 1 p. Note: Sheet music.
    • Folder zh#0806.13.zh
      Fine Day [Score] (n.d.). Photocopy & Manuscript. 2 items. 2 p. Note: Sheet music.
    • Folder zi#0806.13.zi
      Soft As Spring [Score] (n.d.). Photocopy Manuscript. 1 item. 1 p. Note: Sheet music.
    • Folder zj#0806.13.zj
      Christmas Soup / Fine Day [Score] (n.d.). Photocopy Manuscript. 1 item. 1 p. Note: Sheet music.
    • Folder zk#0806.13.zk
      A Memory of Alec Wilder, by Loonis McGlohon (Dec. 1980). Clipping from CRC Newsletter, v. 6, n. 4 (Dec. 1980) 1 item. 1 p.
    • Folder zl#0806.13.zl
      South Carolina Education Radio Network Program Pamphlet (January 1978). Printed. 1 item. 4 p.
    • Folder zm#0806.13.zm
      The master of American popular music [Alec Wilder], by R. C. Smith, The Charlotte [NC] News (1/22/1981). Photocopy clipping. 1 item. 1 p .
    • Folder zn#0806.13.zn
      Alec Wilder: The Complete Composer, by Marian McPartland, downbeat Magazine (10/21/1978). Photocopy clipping. 1 item. 5 p.
    • Folder zo#0806.13.zo
      Appalachian Cultural Center, Appalachian State University, Receipt for donation of 3 original manuscripts of music for the Land of Oz by Loonis McGlohon and Alec Wilder (8/29/1987). Donor's copy. 1 item. 1 p.
    • Folder zp#0806.13.zp
      Scrap Paper (n.d.). 2 items. 2 p.
    • Folder zq#0806.13.zq
      American Song: Our Footloose Correspondents Reprinted from The New Yorker (6/28/1976). Photocopy. 1 item. 2 p.
    • Folder zr#0806.13.zr
      Rochester composer Alec Wilder dies, by Tom Williams and Cliff Smith Times-Union (12/24/1980). Photocopy clipping. 1 item. 3 p.
    • Folder zs#0806.13.zs
      Alec Wilder dies; Rochester composer was 73, Democrat and Chronicle (12/25/1980). Clipping. 1 item. 1 p.
    • Folder zt#0806.13.zt
      Alec Wilder, Composer, 73, Dead; Wrote Songs and Classical Works, by John S. Wilson, The New York Times (12/25/1980). Clipping. 1 item. 1 p.
    • Folder zu#0806.13.zu
      At the end, his much-loved trains didn't desert composer Alec Wilder, by Dave Stearns, Times-Union, Rochester, NY (12/26/1980). Clipping. 1 item. 1 p.
    • Folder zv#0806.13.zv
      Miss Mercer [Interview with Alec Wilder] The New Yorker Magazine (n.d.). Clipping. 1 item. 2 p.
    • Folder zw#0806.13.zw
      [Alec Wilder] Don Freeman, The Sand Diego Union (2/9/1982). Clipping. 1 item. 1 p.
    • Folder zx#0806.13.zx
      I Remember Alec, A Musical Tribute to Alec Wilder on the occasion of his 74th birthday [Program] (2/16/1981). Mimeograph. 1 item. 3 p.
    • Folder zy#0806.13.zy
      Letter from Mary (5/13/no year). Typescript signed. 1 item. 1 p.
    • Folder zz#0806.13.zz
      Cahn, Sammy, Telegram to Thomas M. Hampson (11/22/1982). Photocopy. 1 item. 1 p. Note: Announcing that Alec Wilder has been elected into the Songwriters Hall of Fame.
    • Folder zza#0806.13.zza
      Alec Wilder Blows Top Over Joe Mooney, by Alec Wilder, Down Beat, Chicago (9/23/1946). Photocopy clipping. 1 item. 1 p.
    • Folder zzb#0806.13.zzb
      Hampson, Thomas M. Letter to Loonis McGlohon, et al (4/3/1981). Photocopy Typescript Signed. 1 item. 1 p. Note: Burial of Alec Wilder.
    • Folder zzc#0806.13.zzc
      Bell, Judy. Letter to Loonis McGlohon (4/2/1982). Autograph Letter Unsigned. 1 item. 1 p. Note: Conveying song by Alec Wilder.
    • Folder zzd#0806.13.zzd
      American Popular Song - with Alec Wilder. Public Radio Series (n.d.). Photocopy. 2 items. 2 p.
    • Folder zze#0806.13.zze
      Stage: 'Alec Wilder,' A Song Collage: Album of a Life, by Mel Gussow, The New York Times (2/9/1982). Clipping. 1 item. 1 p.
    • Folder zzf#0806.13.zzf
      The Friends of Alec Wilder (n.d.). Photocopy Typescript. 2 items. 6 p. Note: Duplicates.
    • Folder zzg#0806.13.zzg
      Untitled Document [Anonymous self-appreciation] (n.d.). Photocopy Typescript. 1 item. 1 p.
    • Folder zzh#0806.13.zzh
      Wilder - 3 (n.d.). Photocopy Typescripts. 1 item. 1 p. Note: Incomplete
    • Folder zzi#0806.13.zzi
      Spoken by Alec Wilder on National Public Radio program: "The American Popular Song" Mary Mayo Sings Songs by Vernon Duke (n.d.). Photocopy Typescript. 1 item. 1 p.
    • Folder zzj#0806.13.zzj
      On "Remembering Alec Wilder" (n.d.). Photocopy Typescript. 1 item. 1 p.
    • Folder zzk#0806.13.zzk
      Alec Wilder: "The Successful Failure:" A Personal Memoir by Arthur Jackson, Journal Into Melody (August 1986). Printed Photocopy. 1 item. 3 p.
    • Folder zzl#0806.13.zzl
      Harris, Beach, Wilcox, Rubin and Levey Proposal to produce a play based on the life of Alec Wilder & cover letter (12/14/1981). Photocopy Typescript. 2 items. 6 p.
    • Folder zzm#0806.13.zzm
      Alec Wilder and friends discuss and perform American Popular Song, A Weekly Public Radio series produced by the South Carolina Educational Radio Network [ca. 1970s]. Printed. Ca. 15 item. Ca. 30 p.
    • Folder zzn#0806.13.zzn
      Dear Alec [Wilder] (5/10/1981). Photocopy Typescript. 1 item. 1 p. Posthumous letter from Loonis McGlohon read at a graveside farewell, Avon, NY.
    • Folder zzo#0806.13.zzo
      Touch & Thrash Superior Wares, Merchant Princes Since 1882, Literary Supplement Xmas, 1960 "purveyors to the world and his wife" (1960). Photocopy Typescript. 1 item. 10 p. Note: Fictitious & humorous list of books for sale.
    • Folder zzp#0806.13.zzp
      Closing Chord, by Alec Wilder [Obituary] (1980). Photocopy Clipping. 1 item. 1 p.
    • Folder zzq#0806.13.zzq
      Alec Wilder now at peace in the countryside, by Desmond Stone (1981). Photocopy Clipping. 1 item. 1 p.
    • Folder zzr#0806.13.zzr
      Levy, Robert. Letter to Friends of Alec Wilder (8/27/1981). Photocopy Typescript with autograph sentiment initialed. 1 item. 1 p.
    • Folder zzs#0806.13.zzs
      Rough Draft - Outline of Basic Objectives for the organization - Friends of Alec Wilder (n.d.). Photocopy Typescript. 1 item. 3 p. Note: Duplicates.
    • Folder zzt#0806.13.zzt
      Levy, Robert. Letter to Friends of Alec Wilder (8/31/1981). Photocopy Typescript. 1 item. 1 p. Note: Proposal to perform Alec Wilder's compositions in all 50 states.
    • Folder zzu#0806.13.zzu
      Alec Wilder materials (1975-1987). Printed, Typescript, Manuscript, Sheet music. Ca. 50 items. Ca.; 100 p
    • Folder zzv#0806.13.zzv
      Hugh Martin songs and correspondence (ca. 1951-1990). Manuscripts, Printed & Photocopies. Ca. 25 items. Ca. 50 p. Notes: Sheet music.
    • Folder zzw#0806.13.zzw
      Alec Wilder Collection [Scores] (n.d.). Manuscripts, Photocopies, Typescripts. Ca. 25 items. Ca. 50 p.
    • Folder zzx#0806.13.zzx
      Alec Wilder Collection [Scores] (n.d.). Manuscripts, Photocopies, Typescripts. Ca. 25 items. Ca. 50 p.
  • Box 16#0806.16
    Music: Sheet Music: Manuscript Scores & Lyrics , (1.0 cf)
    • Folder a#0806.16.a
      Eileen Farrel Sheet Music Folder [Scores] (n.d.). Photocopies, Manuscripts, Printed. 1 item. Ca. 75 p.
    • Folder b#0806.16.b
      We Will Build A Nation, by Charles Kuralt and Loonis McGlohon [Score] (n.d.). Manuscript. 1 item. Ca. 50 p. Note: Over-sized.
    • Folder c#0806.16.c
      A Child's Christmas Script Notebook (n.d.). Loose-leaf. 1 item. Ca. 50 p. Note: Sheet music.
    • Folder d#0806.16.d
      Everything I Love (Complete) [Scores] (n.d.). Photocopy Manuscripts. 1 item. Ca. 50 p.
    • Folder e#0806.16.e
      Love Dance (Complete) [Scores] (n.d.). Photocopy Manuscripts. 1 item. Ca. 50 p.
    • Folder f#0806.16.f
      Alone Together (Complete) [Scores] (n.d.). Photocopy Manuscripts. 1 item. Ca. 50 p.
    • Folder g#0806.16.g
      For Eileen [Scores] (n.d.). Photocopy Manuscripts. 1 item. Ca. 25 p.
    • Folder h#0806.16.h
      Love Is Letting Go (Complete) [Scores] (n.d.). Photocopy Manuscripts. 1 item. Ca. 50 p.
    • Folder i#0806.16.i
      Where Were You This Afternoon [Scores] (n.d.). Photocopy Manuscripts. 1 item. Ca. 50 p.
    • Folder j#0806.16.j
      Too Marvelous for Words [Scores] (n.d.). Photocopy Manuscripts. 1 item. Ca. 25 p.
    • Folder k#0806.16.k
      My Love turned Me Down [No score] (n.d.). Photocopy Manuscripts. 1 item. Ca. 50 p.
    • Folder l#0806.16.l
      Rain Every Thursday [Score (strings, trio)] (n.d.). Photocopy Manuscripts. 1 item. Ca. 50 p.
    • Folder m#0806.16.m
      Lazar and the Castle of the Peers, An Opera by Loonis McGlohon and Charleen Swansea [Scores] (n.d.). Photocopy Manuscripts. 1 item. Ca. 50 p.
    • Folder n#0806.16.n
      I Dream of You [Scores] (n.d.). Photocopy Manuscripts. 1 item. Ca. 50 p.
    • Folder o#0806.16.o
      Willow Creek [Scores] (n.d.). Photocopy Manuscripts. 1 item. Ca. 50 p.
    • Folder p#0806.16.p
      Every Day [Scores] (n.d.). Photocopy Manuscripts. 1 item. Ca. 50 p.
    • Folder q#0806.16.q
      Potty Time [Scores] (n.d.). Photocopy Manuscripts. 1 item. Ca. 50 p.
    • Folder r#0806.16.r
      Miscellaneous Lead Sheets / Please Catch That Bird [Scores] (n.d.). Photocopy Manuscripts. 1 item. Ca. 50 p.
    • Folder s#0806.16.s
      Rain Every Thursday [Scores] (n.d.). Photocopy Manuscripts. 1 item. Ca. 25 p.
  • Box 36#0806.36
    Music: Reel-to-Reel Tapes: Miscellaneous , (1.0 cf)
    • Folder a#0806.36.a
      Blank Scotch Recording Tape.
    • Folder b#0806.36.b
      Jon Rodgers: "Rhymes." "Pinetree Corners." "I Will Wait on You."
    • Folder c#0806.36.c
      Marlena Shaw Concert. Reel #3. 2 Track Stereo.
    • Folder d#0806.36.d
      Demo Tape. Doug Franklin, Barbara Michael, Tommy Faille. WBT Charlotte, NC.
    • Folder e#0806.36.e
      Daryle Rice Demo. "You Are the Best Day." "I Gotta Go Home." "Songbird." "Did I Touch Your Life." 7 1/2 IPS. Tail-in. 2 Tr. Mono.
    • Folder f#0806.36.f
      03/22/1982. Master. Mixer - Williams. 7 1/2 IPS. Tail-out.
    • Folder g#0806.36.g
      Wednesday September 5. Sen. Ervin. 12:15 PM - 1:05 PM. 7 1/2 IPS.
    • Folder h#0806.36.h
      "Lullaby for Tomorrow." Janette Deaverson, Jose Ferrer.
    • Folder i#0806.36.i
      Loonis (vocals).
    • Folder j#0806.36.j
      Blank Arthur Smith Recording Tape.
    • Folder k#0806.36.k
      American Popular Song. Anita Ellis "Burton Lane".
    • Folder l#0806.36.l
      "TV3-Bringin' it Home to You." Vocal cuts 1-24. 7 1/2 IPS. Mono #2. Audio Enrichment, INC. Mayoham Music Publishers (ASCAP).
    • Folder m#0806.36.m
      09/22/1972. Master Mono. 7 1/2 IPS. "Blues for Billie." "Love Him as He is." "Morning has Broken" (flute-piano). "Kyrie" - choral groups.
    • Folder n#0806.36.n
      1958. "Melody Fair." "Look for the Silver Lining." "Long Ago and Far Away." "All the Things You Are." "When You Wish Upon a Star."
    • Folder o#0806.36.o
      04/27/1977. Master. 15 IPS. Loonis McGlohon/Barbara Lea. Reel #3. "What Happened to the Good Time?" "I Like it Here." "The Worm has Turned."
    • Folder p#0806.36.p
      Sen. Ervin. Wednesday September 5. 12:15 PM - 1:05 PM. 7 1/2 IPS.
    • Folder q#0806.36.q
      Album: Hallelu! 15 songs. 7 1/2 IPS. 1/4 track stereo. A GlorySound Production. Omnisound, Inc.
    • Folder r#0806.36.r
      Band Concert with David Frankin. Alto Air for Saxophone. Note: Program inside.
    • Folder s#0806.36.s
      Newcomers Christmas. Santa Claus is coming medley: "I Want a Doll for Xmas." "Let it Snow." "Christmas Eve."
    • Folder t#0806.36.t
      04/27/1977. Master. 15 IPS. Loonis McGlohon/Barbara Lea. Reel #2. "Says My Heart." "Charlotte is Her Name." "Sundale is Her Name." "Fun to be Fooled."
    • Folder u#0806.36.u
      Demo Master No 26. Marlena Shaw. "Come on in Out of the Rain." "What's Up Ahead for Us" (2 cuts).
    • Folder v#0806.36.v
      "On Top of it All." Reel 2 of 3. 7 1/2 IPS. Audio Enrichment Inc. King Communications - representation.
    • Folder w#0806.36.w
      Alec Wilder Songs. Master. 7 1/2 IPS. 2 Track. #1.
  • Box 38#0806.38
    Correspondence, Legal and Financial Documents
    • Folder a#0806.38.a
      Correspondence to Loonis McGlohon, mostly from well-known musicians, actors and political figures such as Charles Kuralt, Sidney Blackmer, Julius La Rosa, Rex Reed, Randolph Scott, Pearl Bailey, former Pres. Harry Truman, Jesse Helms, Vice President Dan Quayle; includes a pamphlet for the one year anniversary of the theatrical production of "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?", and a handwritten McGlohon family tree (1954-2001). 79 items.
    • Folder b#0806.38.b
      Correspondence to Loonis McGlohon, mostly from well-known musicians, actors and political figures such as Pres. Jimmy Carter, Eileen Farrell, Margaret Whiting, Marian McPartland, Henry Mancini, Sam J. Ervin, Jr. , and Dudley Moore; of particular note are letters (1981-1998) and an autographed photograph (undated) from Frank Sinatra (1959-1998). 82 items.
    • Folder c#0806.38.c
      Legal and financial documentation related to Loonis Reeves McGlohon and his wife Nan Lovelace McGlohon, including passports, identification cards, deeds, wills, death and birth certificates, Pitt County High School diploma, and military discharge papers; also included is sheet music (1953) for "Love is for the Very Young" from the composer, David Raksin (1921-1999). 40 items.
    • Folder d#0806.38.d
      Color Photographs of a Christmas play that are undated and unidentified
  • Box 39#0806.39
    Manuscripts, Musical Scores, Diplomas
    • Folder a#0806.39.a
      Typed manuscript and playbill for "On the Square: A Musical Comedy in Two Acts" by Loonis McGlohon (1957). 2 items.
    • Folder b#0806.39.b
      Music for "Lazar's Castle: An Opera By Loonis McGlohon and Charleen Swansea" (undated). 1 item.
    • Folder c#0806.39.c
      Typed manuscripts and playbill for "The Hornets' Nest: An historical drama in commemoration of Charlotte's Bicentennial 1768-1968" by LeGette Blythe, music by Loonis McGlohon (1968). 3 items.
    • Folder d#0806.39.d
      Script and music for "Mountain Boy: a church cantata" by Loonis McGlohon and Alec Wilder; Script Draft 2 of "It's Sleepy Time"; Folder of music and notes for "Final Four"; and a playbill for "April Green: a muscial revue by Loonis McGlohon" (1959-1994). 5 items.
    • Folder e#0806.39.e
      Diplomas for Loonis R. McGlohon from East Carolina Teachers College and Queens College; copy of "Weekend at Green Acres" by Sally Fricks, dedicated to Fan Lovelace McGlohon (1942-2002, undated). 3 items.
  • Box 40#0806.40
    BETACAM Videocassettes and Audiocassettes
    • Folder a#0806.40.a
      BETACAMSP tape. "Tape 8-A Spring Flower - Dogwoods - Tulips etc. for 'NC Is My Home'" (10-19-90). 1 item.
    • Folder b#0806.40.b
      BETACAM tape. "Tape 12-A Duke Chapel - Washington Duke statue - 'And the Strong Grow Great' - Plus Newbern" (undated). 1 item.
    • Folder c#0806.40.c
      BETACAM tape. "Tape 4-A Governors Mansion and flowers - "N.C." - plus Signs" (undated). 1 item.
    • Folder d#0806.40.d
      Panasonic DVCPRO tape. "North Carolina Is My Home, Charles Kuralt & Loonis McGlohon" (5/27/2000). 1 item.
    • Folder e#0806.40.e
      Audiocassette tape. " Margaret Whiting sings Johnny Mercer" (undated). 1 item.
    • Folder f#0806.40.f
      Audiocassette tape. "Marlene Verplank sings One Shot Songwriters" (undated). 1 item.
    • Folder g#0806.40.g
      Audiocassette tape. "David Allyn sings Harold Arlen" (undated). 1 item.
    • Folder h#0806.40.h
      Audiocassette tape. "Barbara Lea sings Willard Robison" (undated). 1 item.
    • Folder i#0806.40.i
      Audiocassette tape. "David Allyn sings Jerome Kern" (undated). 1 item.
    • Folder j#0806.40.j
      Audiocassette tape. "Teddi King sings Rogers and Hart" (undated). 1 item.
    • Folder k#0806.40.k
      Audiocassette tape. "Carrie Smith sings Hoagy Carmichael" (undated). 1 item.
    • Folder l#0806.40.l
      Audiocassette tape. "Carrie Smith sings Billy Holiday" (undated). 1 item.
    • Folder m#0806.40.m
      Audiocassette tape. "Mary Mayo sings Stephen Foster" (undated). 1 item.
    • Folder n#0806.40.n
      Audiocassette tape. "Dick Haymes sings Gerswin" (undated). 1 item.
    • Folder o#0806.40.o
      Audiocassette tape. "Marlene Verplank sings Hugh Martin" (undated). 1 item.
    • Folder p#0806.40.p
      Audiocassette tape. "Mary Mayo sings Vernon Duke" (undated). 1 item.
    • Folder q#0806.40.q
      Audiocassette tape. "Dick Haymes sings Harry Warren" (undated). 1 item.
    • Folder r#0806.40.r
      Audiocassette tape. "Johnny Hartman sings Cole Porter" (undated). 1 item.
    • Folder s#0806.40.s
      Audiocassette tape. "Johnny Hartman sings Billy Strayhorn" (undated). 1 item.
    • Folder t#0806.40.t
      Audiocassette tape. "Barbara Lea sings Lee Wiley" (undated). 1 item.
    • Folder u#0806.40.u
      Audiocassette tape. "The Artistry of Bobby Short Part I" (undated). 1 item.
    • Folder v#0806.40.v
      Audiocassette tape. "Artistry of Bobby Short Part II" (undated). 1 item.
    • Folder w#0806.40.w
      Audiocassette tape. "The Songs of Tony Bennett Part II" (undated). 1 item.
    • Folder x#0806.40.x
      Audiocassette tape. "Artistry of Mabel Mercer Part II" (undated). 1 item.
    • Folder y#0806.40.y
      Audiocassette tape. " Songbird (Loonis McGlohon) Melody Trails, Inc. Barbara Lea and Dick Hyman" (undated). 1 item.
    • Folder z#0806.40.z
      Audiocassette tape. "Coller(?)" (undated). 1 item.
    • Folder za#0806.40.za
      Audiocassette tape. "American Popular Songs with Alec Wilder & Friends: Mark Murphy Sings Dorothy Fields" (undated). 1 item.
    • Folder zb#0806.40.zb
      Audiocassette tape. "American Popular Songs with Alec Wilder & Friends: Mark Murphy Sings Cy Coleman" (undated). 1 item.
    • Folder zc#0806.40.zc
      Audiocassette tape. "American Popular Songs with Alec Wilder & Friends: Ed Monteiro Sings Joe Mooney" (undated). 1 item.
    • Folder zd#0806.40.zd
      Audiocassette tape. "American Popular Songs with Alec Wilder & Friends: Irene Kral Sings Swinging Songs of the '70's" (undated). 1 item.
    • Folder ze#0806.40.ze
      Audiocassette tape. "American Popular Songs with Alec Wilder & Friends: Anita Ellis Sings Burton Lane" (undated). 1 item.
    • Folder zf#0806.40.zf
      Audiocassette tape. "American Popular Songs with Alec Wilder & Friends: The Songs of Tony Bennett (Part II)" (undated). 1 item.
    • Folder zg#0806.40.zg
      Audiocassette tape. "American Popular Songs with Alec Wilder & Friends: Songs of George Shearing" (undated). 1 item.
    • Folder zh#0806.40.zh
      Audiocassette tape. "American Popular Songs with Alec Wilder & Friends: Hugh Shannon Sings Saloon Songs" (undated). 1 item.
    • Folder zi#0806.40.zi
      Audiocassette tape. "American Popular Songs with Alec Wilder & Friends: Portia Nelson Sings Bart Howard" (undated). 1 item.
    • Folder zj#0806.40.zj
      Audiocassette tape. "American Popular Songs with Alec Wilder & Friends: Anita Ellis Sings Burke & Van Heusen" (undated). 1 item.
    • Folder zk#0806.40.zk
      Audiocassette tape. "American Popular Songs with Alec Wilder & Friends: Bernie Knee Sings Vintage Pop Songs" (undated). 1 item.
    • Folder zl#0806.40.zl
      Audiocassette tape. "American Popular Songs with Alec Wilder & Friends: Woody Herman Sings Mostly Blues" (undated). 1 item.
    • Folder zm#0806.40.zm
      Audiocassette tape. "American Popular Songs with Alec Wilder & Friends: Irene Kral Sings Coward & Legrand" (undated). 1 item.
    • Folder zn#0806.40.zn
      Audiocassette tape. "American Popular Songs with Alec Wilder & Friends: Memorable Moments - Review of Series" (undated). 1 item.
    • Folder zo#0806.40.zo
      Audiocassette tape. "Alec Wilder Revisited: Jackie Cain - Anita Ellis" (undated). 1 item.
  • Box 41#0806.41
    BETACAM Videocassettes
    • Folder a#0806.41.a
      BETACAMSP videocassette tape. "Tape 7-A , A. Jackson monument - Whalebone, Small, Worm Creek, Possum Trot, Shoe, Turkey Den, Pop Castle - Eliz II, USS N.C." (undated). 1 item.
    • Folder b#0806.41.b
      BETACAMSP videocassette tape. "Tape 9-A - Morrow Mtn. panorama, Lake Badin, (Cows?), NC Is My Home, farmer" (undated). 1 item.
    • Folder c#0806.41.c
      BETACAMSP videocassette tape. "Tape 10-A - Purple wildflowers w/ Dogwood - Wisteria - Azaleas - Queens Rd in Spring - NC Is My Home" (undated). 1 item.
    • Folder d#0806.41.d
      BETACAMSP videocassette tape. "Tape 14-A - Venus fly Trap, "The farmer," map shots (undated). 1 item.
    • Folder e#0806.41.e
      BETACAMSP videocassette tape. "Tape 15-A - Flag, Pix China Grove, Shade, Tree, Paper boy" (undated). 1 item.
    • Folder f#0806.41.f
      BETACAMSP videocassette tape. "Tape 16-A," inside cover says "17-A," Whistler's Mother, C. de Mille, Frank P. Graham (undated). 1 item.
    • Folder g#0806.41.g
      BETACAM videocassette tape. "Tape 19-A - Yancey - Polecat - Sly - Shoo - Slosh - York - clay - fry pan - Sunshine" (undated). 1 item.
    • Folder h#0806.41.h
      BETACAMSP videocassette tape. "Tape 22A - Reading Bible. CU Bible" (undated). 1 item.
    • Folder i#0806.41.i
      BETACAMSP videocassette tape. "Pigs and Cows" (undated). 1 item.
    • Folder j#0806.41.j
      BETACAMSP videocassette tape. "Pitch Reel Kuralt" (undated). 1 item.
  • Box 42#0806.42
    Reel-to-reel Audiotapes
    • Folder a#0806.42.a
      Reel-to-reel tape. "Christmas 1956, Fan's prayers (3 1/4 ") 1956, Fan and Reeves Oct. 1958, Laurie - Oct. 1958, Laurie, Fan, Reeves Dec. 1958" (1956-1958). 1 item.
    • Folder b#0806.42.b
      Reel-to-reel tape. "1956 Fan and Linda Grotophorst, 1957 Christmas with family (Fan, Reeves), 1958 Laurie at six months old, 1960 Fan Radio spot for WBT, 1961 Fan playing 'More'" (1961). 1 item.
    • Folder c#0806.42.c
      Reel-to-reel tape. "Christmas 1962, Mark Sellers, Fan McGlohon, Laurie McGlohon talking to Grandmother, 'Haunted House' play, Laurie singing 'Moon River' while Fan playes" (1962). 1 item.
    • Folder d#0806.42.d
      Reel-to-reel tape. "Fan and Laurie - 1965" (1965). 1 item.
    • Folder e#0806.42.e
      Reel-to-reel tape. "On the Square," Russian Symphonic Music Series, Program #4, performed by the Bolshoi Radio Orchestra of the U.S.S.R. (undated). 1 item.
    • Folder f#0806.42.f
      Reel-to-reel tape. "Sen. Ervin 1 - Tue. Sept. 4, 10:15 A.M. - 11:05 A.M., 7 1/2 IPS" (undated)
    • Folder g#0806.42.g
      Reel-to-reel tape. "Sen. Ervin 10 - Wed. Sept. 5, 1:05 P.M. - 2:00 P.M., 7 1/2 IPS" (undated). 1 item.
    • Folder h#0806.42.h
      Reel-to-reel tape. "Sen. Ervin 11 - Wed. Sept. 5, 2:00 P.M. - 3:45 P.M., 7 1/2 IPS" (undated). 1 item.
  • Box 43#0806.43
    Reel-to-reel Audiotapes and BETACAM Videocassettes
    • Folder a#0806.43.a
      Reel-to-reel tape. "Sen. Ervin 10 - Wed. Sept. 5, 1:05 P.M. - 2:00 P.M., 7 1/2 IPS" (undated). 1 item.
    • Folder b#0806.43.b
      Reel-to-reel tape. "Hornets Nest" (undated). 1 item.
    • Folder c#0806.43.c
      "Tape 2-A - Looking Glass Creek?, Circuit Rider for 'Dinner,' Circuit Rider for 'Mountain Sampler,' Deer, Roadside Salesman, Waterfall, Blueberries 'farmer'" (undated). 1 item.
    • Folder d#0806.43.d
      BETACAMSP videocassette tape. "Tape 17-A - Creek / Slingshot" (undated). 1 item.
    • Folder e#0806.43.e
      BETACAMSP videocassette tape. "Tape 18-A - Names and Places - also contains shrimp boats and scenics, rhododendron, etc." (undated). 1 item.
    • Folder f#0806.43.f
      BETACAMSP tape. "NC Is My Home Audio Master" (undated). 1 item.
    • Folder g#0806.43.g
      BETACAMSP tape. "North Carolina Is My Home By Charles Kuralt and Loonis McGlohon Air Master 56:43" (undated). 1 item.
  • Box 44#0806.44
    Reel-to-Reel Audiotapes (10.5", 2 track, analog)
    • Folder a#0806.44.a
      Reel-to-reel tape. "NC Is My Home - Reel 1, Master - 1 Down Home, 2 Carolina, 3 My Home Town" (undated). 1 item.
    • Folder b#0806.44.b
      Reel-to-reel tape. "NC Is My Home - Reel 1, Copy - 1 Farmer, 2 Farmer, 3 Food, 4 Famous People, 5 Famous People, 6 Names and Places" (undated). 1 item.
    • Folder c#0806.44.c
      Reel-to-reel tape. "NC Is My Home - Reel 2, Copy - 1 Names and Places, 2 Tack Piano Intro, 3 Dinner on the Grounds, 4 July 1584, 5 July 1584, 6 July 1584 - short" (undated). 1 item.
    • Folder d#0806.44.d
      Reel-to-reel tape. "NC Is My Home - Reel 3, Copy - 1 Carolina Portrait, 2 Carolina Portrait, 3 Mountain, 4 Mountain, Jazz, 5 NC Is My Home, 6 NC Is My Home, 7 Promo #1, 8 Promo #2" (undated). 1 item.
  • Box 45#0806.45
    Scrapbooks
    • Folder a#0806.45.a
      Scrapbook with photographs and clippings relating to Loonis McGlohon's career and family (1942-1960). 1 item.
    • Folder b#0806.45.b
      Scrapbook with photographs and clippings relating to Loonis McGlohon's career and family (1961-1968). 1 item.
  • Box 46#0806.46
    Scrapbooks
    • Folder a#0806.46.a
      Scrapbook with photographs and clippings relating to Loonis McGlohon's career (1970-1972). 1 item.
    • Folder b#0806.46.b
      Scrapbook with photographs, clippings, and correspondence relating to a party held in honor of Loonis McGlohon at Carmel Presbyterian Church on January 20, 1996 (1996). 1 item.
  • Box 50#0806.50
    Scrapbooks
    • Folder a#0806.50.a
      Scrapbook with photographs, clippings, programs, and correspondence relating to Loonis McGlohon's career (1964-1971). 1 item.
    • Folder b#0806.50.b
      Scrapbook with photographs, clippings, programs, and correspondence relating to Loonis McGlohon's career (1980-1982). 1 item.
  • Box 51#0806.51
    Scrapbooks
    • Folder a#0806.51.a
      Scrapbook with clippings, programs, and certificate relating to Loonis McGlohon's family and career (1972-1976). 1 item.
    • Folder b#0806.51.b
      Scrapbook with clippings and a magazine relating to Loonis McGlohon's family and career (1976-1995). 1 item.

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