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[Binder's Collection: ] M21-S336

Description: Bound compilation of sheet music compiled by E. and F. Schetter. A blank page near the end is inscribed with "To be sent to Miss Ellen Schetter, care of Doct. Louis Schetter, Piqua, Ohio." The collection consists primarily of variations and other works based on those of other composers. The volume also contains Books 1 and 3 of Carl Czerny's L'ecole des expressions. Four works by Henri Herz are present, and source material for derivative works comes from Gaetano Donizetti, Vincenzo Bellini, and D.F.E. Auber, among others. Half of the works in this volume were published in Philadelphia, and five in New York, with the remainder in Baltimore and Boston. The publisher George Willig of Philadelphia is the most prominent in this collection, publishing five works out of twenty in the compilation.
Date: 1819/1856
Creator: E. & F. Schetter
Partner: UNT Music Library

[Petition for building a school for the poor]

Description: The citizens of Northumberland County agree to a charter allowing another academy of the same name within the same county for the poor. The funding is discussed and the land that was for public use will be used. Petitioners are against the school being built with public funds and believe that the poor should be paying for their school. The petitioners believe that in building the school it would go against the legislation of the county. The author gives examples of cases that disprove the petitioners evidence.
Date: January 12, 1818
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Binder's Collection: ] M1619-W55

Description: Bound compilation of sheet music from the collection of Thurman Morrison, compiled by Gertrude K. Whitaker. The selections include multiple titles on military themes, including works dedicated to military figures of the time. Other works include ballads, waltzes, and the three-part cantata, The May Queen. Five works in this volume were composed by Charles Grobe. Almost half of the thirty-six items in the collection were published in Philadelphia, with others published in Baltimore, New York, and Boston.
Date: 1818/1859
Creator: Whitaker, Gertrude K.
Partner: UNT Music Library

[Binder's Collection: ] M1619-M8

Description: Bound compilation of sheet music compiled by R.S. Harrington. The collection consists of music for dances, ballads, and minstrel songs, notably juxtaposing songs with related titles, (Young Folks at Home and Old Folks at Home; Are We Almost There? and We Are Almost There). Most selections were published in Boston or New York. This item contains racial slurs and stereotyping.
Date: 1817/1859
Creator: Harrington, R.S.
Partner: UNT Music Library

Economy

Description: The humorous illustration depicts people behaving poorly at dinner. There is dialogue written above the heads of the diners.
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Date: May 1816
Creator: Rowlandson, Thomas
Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design

Altes Museum

Description: Total facade with colonnade
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Date: 1816/1818
Creator: SCHINKEL, Karl Friedrich
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Didon; tragédie lyrique en trois actes

Description: With Didon, Piccinni demonstrated his ability to combine both Italian and French styles to create a compelling tragédie lyrique. The opera includes lyrical Italian melodies and a second-act finale, as well as French choruses and numbers that transition continuously without pauses. Didon was premiered at Fountainebleau on 16 October 1783, and it remained one of Piccinni’s most popular French operas, with performances through the first part of the nineteenth century. The story of Dido had been realized on the operatic stage before Piccinni’s setting, including Cavalli’s Didone (1641), Purcell’s Dido and Aeneas (c. 1689), and Vinci’s Didone abbandonata (1726) with a libretto by Metastasio.
Date: 1815
Creator: Piccinni, Niccolò, 1728-1800 & Marmontel, Jean François, 1723-1799
Partner: UNT Music Library

Pyramidal Metronome

Description: The metronome is decorated with gilt bronze figures, foliage, and musical motifs on the front as well as the side.
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Date: 1815
Creator: Maelzel, Johann Nepomuk
Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design

Madame David

Description: A woman wearing a white empire waist dress is seated. Her hands are crossed and a red piece of clothing is draped over her right arm.
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Date: 1813
Creator: David, Jacques-Louis
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[Letter from Elvira Moore to Uncle Evans, June 18, 1872]

Description: The author wrote to Jim B. on the thirtieth of May, Neel Jones and John Wallace also visited the author. She talks of how it rained in Billington when she visited and then she got a cold from it. [2]The author again is not feeling well and this prevented her from visiting Jim Wilson. She had dinner with Callie and Will.[3] Bettie had a headache and the author had eye problems. The author mentions that there are a lot of Veterans when she went to go get her eyes checked out. [4] There was a dinner party and many old friends showed up. [5] She stayed at Cooper's house for a night. Afterwards she was watching over a baby that got a fever. The author's uncle is thinking about moving back to Texas. [6]She continues to discuss the problems of her uncle going back to Texas. She then mentions that her eyes are becoming better. She was able to read some of her father's letters. [7]The author plans to visit some friends for 2 to 3 weeks. The author has some letters that she is carrying that need to be delivered and one of her friends has yet to deliver two of her urgent letters. [8] Mark has returned from a business visit to Galloway Co. The author is advised to visit Texas, but she will wait to hear from Miles Elliott.
Date: June 18, 1812
Creator: Moore, Elvira
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections
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