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Rinaldi, Joseph Beverly Austin N.B.T. (1916-1959)
Rinaldi, Joseph Beverly Austin N.B.T. (1916-1959)
 
 
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Rinaldi, Joseph Beverly Austin N.B.T. (1916-1959) and Julia Rinaldi ((abt. 1911-????), children of Elino Rinaldi and Emila Unknown.
Rinaldi, Joseph Beverly Austin N.B.T. (1916-1959) and Julia Rinaldi ((abt. 1911-????), children of Elino Rinaldi and Emila Unknown.
 
 
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At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 
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Rogers, Reuben Robert 'Buddy' (1930 - )
Rogers, Reuben Robert "Buddy" (1930 - )
 
 
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Shaw, Rose Virginia (1888-1944), wife of Edward Lee Milstead (1886-1948).
Shaw, Rose Virginia (1888-1944), wife of Edward Lee Milstead (1886-1948).
Status: Located; Milstead-Boyle Cemetery, Coffeeville, Yalobusha, MS, USA. 
 
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Sprague, Albert Arnold (1835-1915) and Otho Sylvester Arnold Sprague (1839-1909) in Sierra Madre.
Sprague, Albert Arnold (1835-1915) and Otho Sylvester Arnold Sprague (1839-1909) in Sierra Madre.
 
 
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Sprague, Albert Arnold (1835-1915) and unknown.
Sprague, Albert Arnold (1835-1915) and unknown.
 
 
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Sprague, Albert Arnold (1835-1915), husband of Nancy Ann Atwood (1837-1916).
Sprague, Albert Arnold (1835-1915), husband of Nancy Ann Atwood (1837-1916).
Status: Located; Sprague plot, Graceland Cemetery, Chicago, Cook, IL.
Contributor: Albert Arnold Sprague, IV 
 
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Sprague, Albert Arnold (1835-1915).
Sprague, Albert Arnold (1835-1915).
Photo from book entitled "Sprague Warner & Company, Inc., 1862-1912 Historical." Written for Sprague Warner& Co. by Mason Warner. Published 1912.  
 
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Sprague, Albert Arnold (1835-1915).
Sprague, Albert Arnold (1835-1915).
Photo received from Elizabeth Penn Sprague Coolidge, his granddaughter.
She wrote in a note accompanying the photo:
2/18/96
Dear Arnold,
Here's your namesake, if that's what you call the person you are named after. It may be the other way around.
Handsome cuss, wasn't he?
Best,
Liebe 
 
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Sprague, Albert Arnold (1835-1916) and Nancy Ann Atwood's house in Chicago.
Sprague, Albert Arnold (1835-1916) and Nancy Ann Atwood's house in Chicago.
House located at 2710 Prairie Avenue. Their nephew, Albert Arnold Sprague (1874-1946), appears at this address in the 1900 United States Federal Census, Illinois, Cook, Chicago Ward 3, District 59.
Designed by Daniel Burnham. 
 
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Sprague, Albert Arnold (1874-1946)
Sprague, Albert Arnold (1874-1946)
Bookplate 
 
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Sprague, Albert Arnold (1874-1946)
Sprague, Albert Arnold (1874-1946)
Informal full-length group portrait of M. Forman, Frank Orren Lowden, Governor of Illinois from 1917-1921, Colonel Abel Davis, and Colonel Albert A. Sprague (far left) standing on a field in Chicago, Illinois. The Field Museum of Natural History, located at 1400 South Lake Shore Drive in the Near South Side community area of Chicago, Illinois, is visible in the background. 1925
Chicago Daily News negatives collection, DN-0079577. Courtesy of the Chicago Historical Society.  
 
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Sprague, Albert Arnold (1874-1946)
Sprague, Albert Arnold (1874-1946)
This print was bought from PeriodPaper.com. It arrived in excellent condition and was professionally packaged. Information below is from Period Paper.

A. A. Sprague, Chairman Board of Directors, Sprague, Warner & Co., Wholesale Grocers; Commissioner Public Works, City of Chicago.

This is an original 1923 black and white print of A. A. Sprague whose interests included big game hunting and playing golf. He belonged to the Old Elm Country Club, the Chicago Club, the University Club, the Mid Day Club, and Shore Acres.

Period Paper has obtained an unusual collection of prints with character sketches of Chicago movers and shakers from the 1920's. These men (yes, they are all male) were active in the business, industrial, and professional life of the city, and they are depicted here in a cartoon-style format with an illustrative and humorous verse by J. P. McEvoy. We have not seen a collection like this before. These are original 1923 prints, not current reproductions, copies, or digital prints. This collection is sure to be of interest to anyone researching their family history--perhaps you will find a family member here!

* Year: 1923
* Type: Original Print
* Grade:Very Fine ++
* NAIAA: Registered and Certified (S)
* Image: Black & White / Grayscale
* Approximate Size (inches): Approx. 8.5 x 12 
 
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Sprague, Albert Arnold (1874-1946), husband of France Fidelia Dibblee (1877-1952).
Sprague, Albert Arnold (1874-1946), husband of France Fidelia Dibblee (1877-1952).
Status: Located; Sprague plot, Graceland Cemetery, Chicago, Cook, IL. 
 
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Sprague, Albert Arnold (1874-1946).
Sprague, Albert Arnold (1874-1946).
 
 
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Sprague, Albert Arnold (1874-1946).
Sprague, Albert Arnold (1874-1946).
 
 
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Sprague, Albert Arnold (1874-1946).
Sprague, Albert Arnold (1874-1946).
Probably taken by his daughter, Laura Sprague. 
 
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Sprague, Albert Arnold (1903-1982).
Sprague, Albert Arnold (1903-1982).
 
 
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Sprague, Albert Arnold (1903-1982).
Sprague, Albert Arnold (1903-1982).
 
 
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Sprague, Albert Arnold (1903-1982).
Sprague, Albert Arnold (1903-1982).
 
 
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Sprague, Albert Arnold (1903-1982).
Sprague, Albert Arnold (1903-1982).
 
 
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At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 
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At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 
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At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 
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At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 
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At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 
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Sprague, Arnold (1882-1889), son of Otho Sylvester Arnold Sprague (1839-1909) and Lucia Elvira Atwood 
(1849-1901).
Sprague, Arnold (1882-1889), son of Otho Sylvester Arnold Sprague (1839-1909) and Lucia Elvira Atwood (1849-1901).
Status: Located; Sprague plot, Graceland Cemetery, Chicago, Cook, IL.
Contributor: Albert Arnold Sprague 
 
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Sprague, Caroline Amelia (1836-1903).
Sprague, Caroline Amelia (1836-1903).
Status: Located; Sprague plot, Graceland Cemetery, Chicago, Cook, IL. 
 
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Sprague, Carrie Arnold (1866-1874), daughter of Albert Arnold Sprague (1835-1915) and Nancy Ann Atwood (1837-1916).
Sprague, Carrie Arnold (1866-1874), daughter of Albert Arnold Sprague (1835-1915) and Nancy Ann Atwood (1837-1916).
Status: Located; Sprague plot, Graceland Cemetery, Chicago, Cook, IL. 
 
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Sprague, Elizabeth Penn (1864-1954)
Sprague, Elizabeth Penn (1864-1954)
Elizabeth Sprague Coolidge: American Patron of Music
By Cyrilla Barr
The work of the arts patron, the music patron, is often not sufficiently recognized, let alone celebrated... And yet the musical masterpieces which (Coolidge) helped bring into the world are by now legendary. My generation certainly grew up on them, learned from them, built further upon them, was inspired by them. My awareness of Coolidge began when as a teenager I began to study the works of Bartok, Milhaud, Honegger, Schoenberg, Stravinsky, Webern, Copland and so many others, when I saw in the front pages of the scores the name Elizabeth Sprague Coolidge... Cyrilla Barr has brought her subject out of the half-light, and has enabled us to see several related and important human qualities n that proud and at times imposing woman. --from the Introduction by Gunther Schuller She was brought up in the heyday of romanticism, lived on to hear experiments with aleatory and electronic music, and in fact, commissioned some of the most avant-garde works of the early twentieth century. Her circle of friends included practically every major composer and performer from the first half of this century, and her munificence brought beauty into the lives of literally millions of unnamed music lovers who heard the broadcasts and attended the free concerts that she sponsored. --Cyrilla Barr, from the preface Elizabeth Sprague Coolidge supported the work of this century's greatest composers, including Copland, Milhaud, Schoenberg and Stravinsky. While some music aficionados may recognize her name and her more public works as a patron of the arts, previously undisclosed insights about her private life will come as a revelation to all. Author Cyrilla Barr has studied the private familypapers of the Coolidge family and shares with the reader the fascinating story of one woman's remarkable journey--from her deferred dreams of a career in music and her struggle after the tragic loss of her family over the course of less than a year, to her courageous decision to create a career for herself, and her gradual emergence as a powerful American philanthropist in her own right. Cyrilla Barr is Professor of Music at The Catholic University of America. She is author of The Coolidge Legacy (Library of Congress, 1997) and co-editor with Ralph Locke of "Cultivating Music in America: Women Patrons and Activists, 1860 to the Present" (University of California Press, 1997).
436 pages
ISBN 0028648889 
 
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Sprague, Elizabeth Penn (1864-1954)
Sprague, Elizabeth Penn (1864-1954)
Caption: Elizabeth Sprague Coolidge, circa 1916
From "The Coolidge Legacy," by Cyrilla Barr, Library of Congress, Washington, DC, 1997, ISBN 0-8444-0917-0, Z663.C66 1977 
 
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Sprague, Elizabeth Penn (1864-1954)
Sprague, Elizabeth Penn (1864-1954)
From "The Coolidge Legacy," by Cyrilla Barr, Library of Congress, Washington, DC, 1997, ISBN 0-8444-0917-0, Z663.C66 1977 
 
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Sprague, Elizabeth Penn (1864-1954)
Sprague, Elizabeth Penn (1864-1954)
Marble plaque with a head-and-shoulders portrait of Elizabeth Sprague Coolidge commemorating her 1925 gift of the Coolidge Auditorium at the Library of Congress.
The words on the plaque are, "This auditorium for chamber music is the gift of Elizabeth Sprague Coolidge MCMXXV."
To see more on the plaque, the auditorium, and Elizabeth Penn Sprague, go to this link http://www.martinu.cz/data/docs/0000022_d.pdf and scroll down to page 15. 
 
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Sprague, Elizabeth Penn (1864-1954)
Sprague, Elizabeth Penn (1864-1954)
Caption under picture at website: The Fairy Godmother of Chamber Music: Elizabeth Sprague Coolidge. Photograph of bronze relief sculpted by Sir Henry Kitson. 1933. Elizabeth Sprague Coolidge Collection. Music Division.
Elizabeth Sprague Coolidge (1864-1953) distinguished herself as a patron of chamber music long before her generous gifts to the Library of Congress. Beginning in 1918, her Berkshire Festival and corresponding Berkshire Competition promoted the performance and composition of chamber music, establishing an ongoing tradition. Coolidge built a facility for the festival at South Mountain, just outside Pittsfield, Massachusetts. It provided housing for musicians as well as an auditorium, which she called “the Temple.” This bronze relief of Coolidge, which hangs in the Temple of Chamber Music at South Mountain, was created by the English sculptor Sir Henry Kitson, who was her friend and neighbor in Pittsfield.
The generosity of two remarkable American women, Elizabeth Sprague Coolidge (1864-1953) and Gertrude Clarke Whittall (1867-1965), was instrumental in the formation of the first special collections in music at the Library of Congress. Elizabeth Sprague Coolidge was an ardent supporter of chamber music and, in 1925, established a foundation at the Library of Congress to promote the composition and performance of new chamber works. At the time her endowment was without precedent at the Library and served as a model for those to follow. It funded the construction of the Coolidge Auditorium in the Library of Congress, an intimate state-of-the-art concert hall that has seen premieres of such works as Igor Stravinsky's Apollon Musagète and Aaron Copland's Appalachian Spring, both Coolidge commissions. The endowment also supports musicological lectures and commissions new works of chamber music, some by women composers. The resulting collection of commissioned autograph scores and related correspondence is part of the Elizabeth Sprague Coolidge Collection. Among composers represented are Rebecca Clarke (1886-1979), Mary Howe (1882-1964), Mél Bonis (Mme. Albert Domange) (1858-1937), Clara Wildschut (1906-1950), Vivian Fine (1913-2000), Miriam Gideon (1906-1996), and Sofia Gubaydulina (b. 1931). Mrs. Coolidge was a composer herself and several of her songs and chamber pieces are included in the collection.8
8. For further information on Mrs. Coolidge, see Cyrilla Barr, Elizabeth Sprague Coolidge: American Patron of Music (New York: Schirmer Books, 1998). Barr is also the author of The Coolidge Legacy (Washington: Library of Congress, 1997), available from the Music Division upon request.
http://memory.loc.gov/ammem/awhhtml/awmusic8/special_coll.html 
 
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Sprague, Elizabeth Penn (1864-1954) and her mother, Nancy Ann Atwood (1837-1916)
Sprague, Elizabeth Penn (1864-1954) and her mother, Nancy Ann Atwood (1837-1916)
Caption: This photograph of Nan Sprague with her daughter Elizabeth at the age of eight shows off the fine profile that can be seen to such advantage in many of Coolidge's later pictures.
From "The Coolidge Legacy," by Cyrilla Barr, Library of Congress, Washington, DC, 1997, ISBN 0-8444-0917-0, Z663.C66 1977 
 
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At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 
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At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 
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Sprague, Laura (1909-1986) and nephew, Otho S. A. Sprague (1943-2001)
Sprague, Laura (1909-1986) and nephew, Otho S. A. Sprague (1943-2001)
 
 
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Sprague, Laura (1909-1986).
Sprague, Laura (1909-1986).
Status: Located; Sprague plot, Graceland Cemetery, Chicago, Cook, IL. 
 
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Sprague, Laura (1909-1986).
Sprague, Laura (1909-1986).
 
 
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Sprague, Lucy (1878-1967) and Wesley Clair 'Robin' Mitchell (1874-1948)
Sprague, Lucy (1878-1967) and Wesley Clair "Robin" Mitchell (1874-1948)
1920 U.S. Census for Manhattan, New York City, New York

Includes their children: John McClellan, Sprague, Marian, and Arnold 
 
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Sprague, Lucy (1878-1967), wife of Wesley Clair Mitchell (1874-1948).
Sprague, Lucy (1878-1967), wife of Wesley Clair Mitchell (1874-1948).
 
 
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Sprague, Lucy (1878-1967), wife of Wesley Clair Mitchell (1874-1948).
Sprague, Lucy (1878-1967), wife of Wesley Clair Mitchell (1874-1948).
 
 
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Sprague, Mary Amelia (1872-1957)
Sprague, Mary Amelia (1872-1957)
Picture of Franklin Delano Roosevelt with an inscription to Mary Amelia Sprague: "To Mary with my affectionate regards, even though I look belligerent!, Franklin D Roosevelt."
On a small metal plaque attached to the wooden frame are the words: "This wood was part of the White House roof erected about 1817 and removed in 1927." A metal seal of the President of the United States is also attached. 
 
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Sprague, Mary Amelia (1872-1957) and her husband, Adolph Casper Miller (1866-1953)
Sprague, Mary Amelia (1872-1957) and her husband, Adolph Casper Miller (1866-1953)
Left to right are Franklin K. Lane, Anne Wintermute Lane, Mary Amelia Sprague, and Adolph Casper Miller.
From "The Letters of Franklin K. Lane - Personal and Political," Edited by Anne Wintermute Lane and Louise Herrick Wall, with illustrations, Boston and New York, Houghton Mifflin Company, The Riverside Press Cambridge, 1922. Picture on page 141. 
 
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Sprague, Mary Amelia (1872-1957), Sprague, Albert Arnold (1874-1946), Sprague, Nancy Atwood (1876-1944), Sprague, Lucy (1878-1967), Sprague, Otho Sylvester Arnold (1880-1893) and Sprague, Arnold (1882-1889), from left to right. The children of Otho Sylvester Arnold Sprague (1839-1909) and Lucia Elvira Atwood (1849-1901).
Sprague, Mary Amelia (1872-1957), Sprague, Albert Arnold (1874-1946), Sprague, Nancy Atwood (1876-1944), Sprague, Lucy (1878-1967), Sprague, Otho Sylvester Arnold (1880-1893) and Sprague, Arnold (1882-1889), from left to right. The children of Otho Sylvester Arnold Sprague (1839-1909) and Lucia Elvira Atwood (1849-1901).
 
 
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At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 
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Sprague, Nancy Atwood (1876-1944).
Sprague, Nancy Atwood (1876-1944).
Status: Located; Sprague plot, Graceland Cemetery, Chicago, Cook, IL. 
 
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Sprague, Otho Sylvester Arnold
Sprague, Otho Sylvester Arnold
(1913-1962) / Photo taken 13 Jan 1944, in Naval uniform. 
 

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