Dorothy Stevens Humphreys
1/ 4 cubic foot
Provenance: The Ohio Historical Society acquired the Dorothy
Stevens Hurnphreys Papers as a gift of Dorothy Stevens H~~? phreys,
Columbus, Ohio, in October 1979. Barbara Floyd processed the
collection in July 1983.
Property rights: The Ohio Historical Society owns the property
rights to this collectxon.
Copyrights: Dorothy Stevens Humphreys has dedicated such copy-rights
as she possesses in this collection to the public. Con-sideration
of all other copyric~ hts is the responsibility of the
author and publisher.
Access: This collection is open under the rules and regulations
of the Ohio Historical Society.
Citation: Researchers are requested to cite collection name,
collection number, and the Ohio Historical Society in all foot-note
and bibliographic references.
Biographical sketch: See inventory to Dorothy Stevens Humphreys
Audio Collection, A 45, the Ohio Historical Society.
Scope and content: The Dorothy Stevens Humphreys Papers consist
of one- quarter cubic foot of correspondence and programs collected
in scrapbooks by Humphreys from 1919 to 1963. The material was
removed from the scrapbooks and divided into two series by record
Series I consists of correspondence, 1925- 1963, from people and
organizations and documents Hi~ 7~ phreys'ssi nqing career. Letters
from organizations request Humphreys's services or thank her for
performances at events; most are from Columbus, Ohio, groups.
Letters or' a more personal nature compliment Humphreys on her
singing ability. A copy of the 1949 silver anniversary program
of WBNS Radio, Columbus, is included in folder 1.
Series II includes prograns from performances by Humphreys,
1919- 1961. P. biography written by Huinphreys and a sheet of
music apparently ~ ritten by her are filed in folder 5.
OR10 HISTORICAL SOCIETY
1982 Velma Avenu?, Loiumbai. Ohio 43231- 7497 ph: 614.297.2300 fx: 614.297.2411
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