concerning his Yale University lecture and the Review of English Studies article.


Still to Burch Nov 2, 1940 Re: Explaining how Sgt Brice has made arrangements for him to go to Howard and his negative feelings concerning such an offer.


Still to Burch Jan 16, 1941 Re: Burch's essays and Sgt. Brice photograph received.


Still to Burch Jan 20 1941 Re: Thanks for advice concerning Howard and how Burch's and Brice's views of the position do not coincide.


Still to C. Burch [ca. Mar 3, 1943] Re: Wanting to write to the University at Berkeley and recommending Burch. He is also sending a copy of the article from Opportunity.


Still to C. Burch Sep 18 1943 Re: Congratulation on the PhD for Mrs. Burch and information concerning their children as well as their feelings and involvement in racial matters.


Still to Burch [ca. June 15, 1944?] Re: Thank you for sending a copy of "Defoe and His Northern Printers" and to express surprise that no word has come regarding the Univ. of Calif.


Still to Burch Jan 7 1945 Re: Glad to hear from him. Glad his studies are to be published and Verna will write about them when they appear. Will try to go East for the opera with the children. Has heard from Dean Lawson [Warner] and judges from his letters that he is a fine person and from his record an excellent musician and thinks Howard is fortunate to have him.


Still to Burch Feb 14 1945 Re: Glad to hear that he is being considered for a position at USC and what he is trying to do in order to speak on his behalf. The opera has been postponed till Fall.


Still to Burch April 5, 1946 Re: Still letting him know about his interested in the USC post and gardening.

Verna Arvey to Burch


Verna Arvey Still to Burch Dec 27, 1941 Re: To ask Burch if he would consent to being included in an article about racial discrimination and Negro Life in the US which will include 6 to 8 "outstanding colored people".


Verna to Burch Feb 4 1942 Re: To inform Charles that the article will not appear.


Verna Arvey to Burch [ca. Aug 13 1942] Informing Burch of an article in the August 1942 issue of Opportunity about him.


Verna Still to [Charles Burch ca. Aug 26, 1942]. Re: Announcement of upcoming birth. Glad that he and Mrs Burch enjoyed the article and the Stokowski broadcast.

Verna Arvey to Carl Van Vechten


Vera Arvey to Carl Van Vechten (from Yale Library) Nov 13 1942 Re: Information concerning Kaintuck that Van Vechten requested.

Verna Arvey to Locke


Verna to Locke September 14, 1944 Re: Thanks for autograph copy of "The Negro in the Caribbean." News that Stokowski will do the opera[Troubled Island] this season in New York. PS states "If the opera production goes through according to present plans it will be the biggest thing for Negro culture that has ever been attempted here or abroad. He is not only going to show the world that Negroes can sing such music, but that Negroes can create such music, and such fine poetry.

Alain Locke to Still


Alain Locke July 8, 1927 Re: States that pressure has kept him from meeting him while in New York that he has been following his work. He introduces the ideal of working on an African Ballet with the libretto by Mr. Bruce [the beginning of Sahdji]


Locke May 15 1928 Re: Locke writes back and gives encouragement and information concerning the characters and translations of certain words.


Alain Locke Feb 1933? Thinks Still's music is more moving in the folk idiom rather than the modernistic vein (..."at my ear at any rate").


Locke March 14 1937 Re: Speaks about his book Negro and His Music and Still's successes with his radio performance of his symphony and Kaintuck and the upcoming radio performance of Lenox Ave. Asked what Still thinks about Sesana's Negro Heaven?


Alain Locke Dec 20 {1937} Re: Congratulations on the new symphony that Locke heard in Philadelphia. Refers to Downes review and thinks that it is just the negative traits that Downes brings out, i.e. lack of development that are its strong traits. Also mentions Lenox Ave .


Alain Locke August 9 1939 Re: Letter begins with several issues including the development of black musicians and school such as Fisk or Howard. Ideas for setting Mrs. Biddle's (Katharine Garrison Chapin) poem on lynching [And They Lynched Him On a Tree] to music and informs him that Mrs. Biddle will get in touch with him. He also mentions that the brother-in-law George Biddle is the unpublicized friend responsible for the federal art idea with Mr. Roosevelt.


Locke July 2 1940 Re: Feelings on the performance of the Biddle work. Felt that the Talbert chorus was better than the Schola Cantorum but also felt the differences in timbres were appropriate to the drama of the work.


Locke to Still Sep 16 194?(0) Re: Permission to reprint article and the Howard position.


Locke Dec 10 [1940] Comments on the benefit performance of the Ballad. Sorry that the Library of Congress Concert fell through for Still. Locke still believes that Still and Howard would both benefit from his coming there.


Locke [ca. Jan 1941] Re: Library of Congress exhibit and meeting with the Rooselvelts and sending songs for Dorothy Maynor. Locke is opposed to the idea of White serving as Dean.


Locke July 8, 1941 Re: References to the war its effect on black Americans and their response. Commencement and the honorary doctorate given to Still in absentia. Mentions that Robeson was in fine form and then the remark that he often isn't. Suspects that he is under a "good new coach."


Locke Aug 31 1941 Chicago Re: Reply to Still's letter of July 13 Locke expresses his desire that Negroes recognize the significance of the times and open their eyes which is their job.

He also congratulates Still on the up coming premiere of the Biddle collaboration on Oct 22 and plans to be there. Locke also tells of his own difficulties dealing with artist in an upcoming gallery exhibit. A Mrs Logan was appointed to the Rockefeller Committee instead of Locke [which he was expecting].


Locke Oct 13 1941 Re: Looking forward to the performance on the 23rd [22nd was mentioned in his last letter]. Hopes that Still and Verna can both come but encourages Still to come alone if he has to. Suggest flying but does not like to himself unless if he has to.


Locke Nov 14, 1941 Feelings about the Oct concert and the critic's response.


Locke Aug 28 [1943] Re: Thank you for the being instrumental in the Utah invitation.


Locke Nov 13 1944 Re: Congratulations on the opera booking with Stokowski. Mentions Louise Burge as a possibility for the contralto role. Or Portia White whom Locke describes as a phenomenon.


Locke Dec 24 [?] {1945} Re: Mrs. Biddle told him of a successful performance and how Lawson seems to be doing but everyone seem to face interruptions of the war.


Locke to Still Oct 30 [1946??] This letter has been misdated!!!

Re: The Howard interest in Still becoming Dean and the Library of Congress 75th anniversary concert.


Locke to Still May 31, 1949 Re: Apologies for delay. Had another attack and several days in the hospital. Enjoyed the opera wished that there was more native and primitive rhythm in the folk scenes and choruses. Regrets having lost contact in recent years.


Locke to Still N.D. Needs to get in touch with him for information concerning Sahdji will probably leave Washington at the end of next week the 31st. Needs address and phone number.


Locke to Still Sunday N.D. Thanks for what appears to be advice concerning Locke's health.


Locke to Still July 27 19?? Re; Thanks for card. Glad he got word while he was in Haiti. Locke found friend's lost MS.


Locke to Still Postcard from Haiti May 3 19(43?) Locke on a 3 month exchange is glad to include Still in his lectures.


Locke to Still N.D. Re: Congratulations, social significance, has written Verna concerning her manuscript. Knows he must finish the opera but has ideas on a pantomime ballet on Uncle Remus.

LS025 N.D. [Soon After Sahdji 1930?]

Locke to Still Sunday N.D. Congratulations on a real triumph [Sahdji] Sorry that he and Bruce did not make it. Knows that there will be other performances. Locke has another idea which would incorporate African and American elements and could be worked out by the three of them (Locke, Bruce and Still).

Locke to Verna Arvey


Locke to Verna Arvey April 12 {1942 handwritten} Re: Broadcast of Biddle collaboration of Tuesday the 14th and Sunday the 19th with Stokowski. Plain Chant to be re-arranged for a small orchestra by Cooke. That he must return her manuscript.

Carl Van Vechten to Verna


Carl Van Vechten to Verna Arvey April 27, 1939 Re: Thanks for sending a copy of her study on the work of William Grant Still.

Hope that Still has not forgotten that he promised to sit for a photograph.


Carl Van Vechten to Verna Arvey Jan 16, 1942 Re: Carl is working on the James Weldon Johnson collection to be housed at Yale and wants contributions from Still. He still wants Still to sit for a photograph.


Carl Van Vechten to Verna Arvey Jan 27, 1942 Re: A warm thank you for Sahdji being sent to the collection at Yale. Carl also informs Verna of other works of Still that are already present, Dismal Swamp, and Twelve Negro Spirituals (illustrated by Barbelle).


Carl Van Vechten to V. A. July 1, 1942 Re: That Mr. Knopf will look at her manuscript, and grateful for the programs that she sends from time to time.


Carl Van Vechten to V.A. July 22, 1942 Re: Assuring that Locke and Richard Bruce have not written in the score of Sahdji but have written letter regarding their collaboration which have been placed in the box with the score.


Carl Van Vechten to V A August 17 1942 Re: More items that she has sent to the Yale collection and a question concerning the identity of the laughing Negro in the checked suit.


Carl Van Vechten to V A Sep 26, 1942 Re: Congratulations on birth and sorry that Knopf did not accept the book.


Carl Van Vechten to V. A. Oct 23, 1942 Re: The Yale collection and the missing score of Kaintuck.


Carl Van Vechten to V. A. November 9, 1942 Re: Kaintuck arrived today needs information about it.


Carl Van Vechten to V. A. Nov 25 1942 Re: thank you for the message that the Stills sent for his dinner. Wants to know if they know Duke Ellington? He wants a manuscript but the Duke does not answer his letters.


Carl Van Vechten to V. A. Postcard Nov 29, 1942 Thanks for more programs.


Carl Van Vechten to V A January 26, 1943 Re: Carl followed a suggestion by Verna but The Duke will not give any materials. He hopes that she will remain true to the Johnson Collection even though other colleges are starting collections.


Carl Van Vechten to V. A. March 29, 1943 To inform the Stills that he heard Plain Chant for America performed by the Philadelphia but did not like the singing of baritone James Pease whose diction was very poor.


Carl Van Vechten to V. A. April 2, 1943 Re: Wants a copy of a painting of Still. Gives reason for the book on Negro dance not being accepted because of a lack of market.


Carl Van Vechten Sep 13, 1943 Re: Encouraging Verna after receiving a rejection from Knopf. He goes on to say how Rudyard Kipling got such letters and how Walter White had invited him to his house to hear a young singer and to give his opinion. " I did 'She has a good voice but she sings with so little feeling I should advise her to take up some other line. I do not see how she can ever make a success.' The singer was Marian Anderson!"


Carl Van Vechten Postcard to V.A. 12-1943 Re: Question about a term "tone Parallel" and its connection. He has asked several people including Virgil Thomson, who doubts if it is a technical term.


Carl Van Vechten to V.A. Jan 2, 1944 Re: the idea of sending a collection of music under the name of Gershwin to Fisk. Very detailed in his philosophical reasons.


Carl Van Vechten to V.A. Feb 15, 1944 Re: Thanks for the letter and more information on the preparations of the Fisk collection.


Carl Van Vechten to V.A. Mach 2, 1944 Fisk collection and the Time magazine article of March 6 page 75 that covers it.


Carl Van Vechten to V. A. April 3 1944 Re: The Fisk collection is still growing thanks to the efforts of the Still. There are 61 celebrated Negroes in a show that is going to open in Harlem.

Carl wants to know if he will ever have a chance to photograph Still.


Carl Van Vechten to V.A. Postcard pm June 2, 1944 Re: Thanks


Carl Van Vechten to V.A. July 6, 1944 Re: Thanks for the Highlights on the Life of Still by Westerman and for the mention in a recent article in Opportunity regarding to the collection.

Darius Milhaud and Leonard Bernstein have made contributions. Mr.

Meyer Davis has given letters of Beethoven and Liszt as well as a Mendelssohn manuscript. He still wants to photograph Still.


Carl Van Vechten to V.A. Sep 22, 1944 Re: An apparent enclosure concerning the opera and the hope that he will get a chance to photograph Still.


Carl Van Vechten to VA Nov 10, 1944 Re: excited about Troubled Island and news about the Fisk collection.


Carl Van Vechten to V.A. Dec 7 1944 Re: Comments and suggestions concerning an outline on a book about dance. Asked if the Stills are aware of Portia White and that she is interested in doing the opera. Copland has arranged for all of the publications of the Arrow music press to go to Fisk. "All will be inscribed, with a bar or two of quoted music, by the composer."


Carl Van Vechten to VA Dec 22, 1944 Re: To report on a recital given by Muriel Rahn at Wadleigh High school where she sang two Still songs "Breath of a Rose" and "Winter's Approach."


Van Vechten to Verna Postcard August 19, 1949 Re: Thanks for the article which goes to Yale. Van Vechten identifies the photo as Juanita Hall in South Pacific.


Van Vechten to Verna Aug 5, 1954 Thanks for letter and information.


Van Vechten to Verna Nov 28, 1960 Re: About a record number and company which he has ordered. Nora brought a group of singers to see the collection and they were amazed and delighted to see the material Still had been sending, they included Carol Brice, Camilla Williams, Margaret Tynes, Charlotte Holoman, William Warfield, Laurence Winters, Margaret Bonds and several others.


Van Vechten to Verna Oct 21, 1961 Re: Thanks for the music.

George Shirley and Leontyne Price have made tremendous success.

"The Negro is forging ahead with giant strides."


Van Vechten to Verna Nov 1, 1961 Re: Thanks for Miami Beach program.


Van Vechten to Verna March 15, 1962 Re: Thanks for continuing to support Yale.


Van Vechten to Verna July 31 1963 Re: Thanks


Van Vechten to Verna Dec 31 1963 Re: Thanks

Carl Van Vechten to Still


Carl Van Vechten to Still March 17 1938 Re: A short note thanking Still for his comments on Nigger Heaven and complimenting Still on his music.


Carl Van Vechten to Still Dec 5 1938 Re: Setting time to meet and photograph Still.


Carl Van Vechten to Still July 1939 Re: Condolences concerning Still's opera. Langston did not tell me when he was here. Gives possible reasons for rejection.


Carl Van Vechten Post Card PM 9 Feb 1942 Re: Thanks for the programs sent to the James Weldon Johnson Memorial Collection at Yale.


Carl Vechten May 16 1943 Postcard Re: Thanks for program of concert in Philadelphia of a group of Still songs. And wants to know if "Breath of a Rose" with Langston's words published and information concerning Telwa? Watson Duke?


Carl Van Vechten to Still November 7, 1943 Re: Thanks for more material and a description of some current artistic events and a party given by Nora Holt.


Carl Van Vechten to Still Dec [15] 1945 Re: Thanks for copy of ?[----stration] with Dunbar in it for Yale.


Carl Van Vechten to Still Dec 26 1945 Re: Many thanks for the material sent for Yale. Expresses his feelings on how important this was for future generations.


Carl Van Vechten to Still Feb 24, 1946 Re: Enclosed information concerning Ulysses Kay and his work on the Yale collection and his upcoming photograph spread in Ebony. He regrets that Still is not included but adds that it is not his fault.


Carl Van Vechten to Still Sep 8 1946 Thanks for the Twenty-ninth Psalm and that Kay and Phippa Schuyler have made contributions to the collection.


Carl Van Vechten to Still Nov 12 1946 Re: Regret that he will not be able to come to Fisk but happy for the three honors that he is receiving. "Have your read Color Blind? Southern Exposure?"


Carl Van Vechten to Still Jan 29, 1947 Re: Thanks for the magazine story about you and the picture of you and your family.

Nora Holt being elected a member of the critics' circle on her own merit and the upcoming Fisk Festival. Street Scene with Langston [Hughes] and Kurt Weill should be quite a success.


Carl Van Vechten to Still May 5 1947 Re: Thanks for new programs for Yale. Sorry that Still did not make it to Fisk.


Carl Van Vechten to Still May 15, 1947 Re: Thanks for sending the opera with a very interesting article.


Carl Van Vechten to Still postcard (postmarked) Aug 17 1947 "I like you care about musicians with political leanings very much indeed. Thank you for sending it to me. It will enable an important addition to the James Weldon Johnson Collection at Yale."


Carl Van Vechten to Still April 1, 1949 Re; A critical review of Still's opera including the performers, music and director.

Carl felt that Langston's libretto would have been served better with more favorable direction. Wants Still to sit for another photography sessions. (Must have finally taken place during the performance of the opera)


Van Vechten to Still April 9, 1949 Re: Reply to still's April 7 letter and to continue to encourage him. Mentions that the color photos finally came in and that he had photographed Billie Holiday and Mrs. Bethune and he adds "NOT together."


Van Vechten to Still June 19, 1949 Re: Short note about Still pictures and projected opera.


Van Vechten to Still Feb 11, 1950. Re: News concerning the Yale show and is interested in news about new opera.


Van Vechten to Still April 2, 1950 Re: Thanks from himself and Yale for an inscribed copy of Mythologie Vodou.


Van Vechten to Still Postcard July 7, 1950 Re: Thanks for latest Curtis Batiam to the J. W. Johnson Collection.


Van Vechten to Still Postcard Nov 27, 1950 Re: Thanks for the article which he read with pleasure.


Van Vechten to Still Postcard May 25, 1952 Re: Thanks for reprint. Do you know Edith Sampson?


Van Vechten to Still Postcard July 29, 1960 Thanks for works list for Yale. Identifies Leontyne Price in the photo.


Van Vechten Postcard Sep 20 1960 Re: Thanks for letters McKim and recording of Sahdji.


Van Vechten to Stills June 10 1960 Thanks for the Boletin Interamericano de M#sica. Signed "Prospective octogenarian."


Van Vechten to The Stills N.D. Re: Thanks for writing on interracial marriage. Thinks that this may be the solution to the "problem".


Van Vechten to Still N.D. Thanks for letter and program. Never heard Dunbar play the flute or conduct but has several of his printed programs in the collection.



Marya Freind June 17, 1924 Re: Thanking Still for songs which she will sing.


C. W. Spofford President of The Chicago North Shore Festival Association April 3, 1926 Re: To Still's composition "With God There is no Failure" to a competition. That it made the final five for consideration of the $1000 cash prize.


Charles ?Oconnell Editor Symphonic Contest Victor Talking Machine Division Sep 24, 1929 Re: To inform Still of the postponement of the date for announcing the winner of the Victor Symphonic Contest.


Verna To her Uncle Jack Oct 18 1929 [2633 West Seventeenth St.

Los Angeles] Re: seeking help in finding musical openings. She states that she had been playing piano at the movies but wanted to do bigger things.


Secretary to Jacob Arvey Oct 23 1929 responding to Verna's letter that her uncle is ill and will try to locate something as soon as he returns.


Jacob Arvey to Barney Balaban of 175 North State Street Chicago, Illinois Feb. 13 1930 asking for advice and connection in regards to his niece.


Mr. Stevens of C.C. Birchard & Company Publishers of Music Boston MA. Aug 28 1930 Re: In regard to a spiritual that he sent and they going to use it in a school song book and will also publish it in Octavo. And arrangements concerning purchase or 10% royalty. The publishers prefer royalty.


Howard Hanson [Aug 1930] Thank you for the dedication of new ballet [Sahdji]


[Aug 1930] From ? to Still Re: Concerning a ballet that Still has delivered in manuscript which Hanson hasn't seen yet but will when he comes in. Also regarding the editing of a collection of spirituals with Paul Robeson. Signature? Gil Br ? ba


Still to Radiana Tazmor Feb. 16 1933 408 Manhattan Ave. N.Y. Re; Two songs which she is planning to perform.


Still to Miss [T?]azmor Concerning subsequent performances(from last year) of songs on Dec 6., and accompanist logistics (Letter not dated.)


Robert N. Dett to Verna Arvey April 1936 Re: Dett mentions his latest Anthem "Go Not Far From Me O God" and that he has added words to "Juba" from In the Bottoms.


Still to Harriet Marshall Washington Conservatory of Music Dec 29 1938 Box 97 Station D Los Angeles Re: Reply to letter concerning inclusion into some kind of anthology. Still gives his publishers information. Mentions a booklet that George Fisher is about to publish of his life and works. [typed by "ms"]


Bruce to Carl Van Vechten [1942?]

Copy of letter to Dr. I. O. Horsefall of University of Utah from M.H. Fleming Aug 5, 1943 Re: Suggesting that a representative of the Negro Race be included in the Master Mind Series possible suggestion Alain Locke or W. E. B. Dubois.


Telegram from Marie Powers April 12 1949 Re: Thanks and praise for opera.


Stills to Mr. and Mrs Martin (holiday letter) Feb 1973 Re; acknowledges Christmas cards and information concerning their lives, Verna's mother's passing as well as their son-in-law, the tributes paid to Billy and a vacation to the Caribbean.


Bruce to Van Vechten N.D. Re; Thanks for interest in Sahdji and his surprise to be included. Gives some indication to how rough his life has been and that Locke may be of more help.

Appendix 2

. . Langston Hughes Papers Correspondence (From Yale)

STILL, William Grant 1927-41

To: 29 / From: 0 (1-38 leaves)

STILL, William Grant 1942-44

To: 18 / From: 1 (39-66 leaves)

STILL, William Grant 1945-46

To: 13 / From: 2 (67-88 leaves)

STILL, William Grant 1947

To: 17 / From: 2 (89-119 leaves)

STILL, William Grant 1948 Jan-Jul

To: 8 / From: 5 (120-139 leaves)

To: 12 / From: 5 (140-166 leaves)

STILL, William Grant

1948 Aug-Dec

STILL, William Grant 1949

To: 11 / From: 7 (167-189 leaves)

STILL, William Grant 1955-63, n.d.

To: 16 / From: 2 (190-209 leaves)

STILL, Mrs. William Grant 1936-49, n.d.

(Verna Arvey)

To: 6 / From: 1 (12 leaves)


Subject Index to the Letters

in the William Grant Still Collection

"Breath of a Rose" CVS005, CVV026

Afro-American Symphony SL025

And They Lynched Him On a Tree SL016, SL026, LS006, LS007

Barbirolli, John SL022, SL023

Bernstein, Leonard CVV022

Biddle, Katherine SL013, SL019, SL022, SL023, SL026, SL027, LS006, LS007, LS012, LS017, LV001

Bonds, Margaret CVV029

Bruce, R. LS001, LS024

Burge, Louise SL019 SL026, LS016

Burleigh, Harry T. SL021

Copland, Aaron CVV025

Davis, Meyer CVV022

Dixon, Dean SL021

Downes, Olin SL006, SL016, LS005

Fischer Publishing SL014, SL016

Fisk University LS006, CVV017, CVV018, CVV019, CVV020, CVV024, CVV025, CVS011, CVS012, CVS013

George Gershwin Collection CVV017, CVV018, CVV019, CVV020, CVV022, CVV025

Gilman, Lawrence SL010

Hanson, Howard SL003, SL004, M009

Hayes, Roland SL019

Holt, Nora CVV029, CVS006, CVS012

Howard University SL017, SL018, SL019, SL021, SB006, SBOO8, SB012, LS006, LS008, LS009, LS011, LS018

Hughes, Langston SL010, CVS003, CVS012, CVS016

James Weldon Johnson Collection CVVOO2, CVV006, CVV008, CVV011, CVV012, CVV027, CVV029, CVS004 CVS015, CVS020

Kaintuck VB002, VCV001, LS004, CVV008, CVV009

Kay, Ulysses CVS009

Krueger, Karl SL025

Lawson, Warner SB012, LS017

Lenox Avenue SB002, LS004, LS005

Library of Congress LS009, LS010, SL018

Manely, Gordon SL025

Maynor, Dorthy SL020

Milhaud, Darius CVV022

Nationalism in Music SL001, SL010, SL011, LS003, LS019

New York Philharmonic SL022

Nigger Heaven CVS001

Opportunity SL005, SL007, SL016, CVV022, SB009, VB003

Performances SL021, SB004, LS005 LS007, LS009, LS014, LS017, LS019

Plain Chant For America LV001, CVV013, SL022

Race Awareness SL012, SB010, VB001, VB002, LS012, CVS026

Racial Progress LS024, CVV030, SL023

Recordings SL024, SL025 LS019, LS024

Responses to Still's Music SL003, SL006, SL010, SL019, SL027, SCV001

Robeson, Paul SL005, LS011, VL001

Sahdji SL001, SL002, SL003, SL004, SL005, SL006, SL008, LS001, LS002, LS025, M008, M016, CVV005, LS020, LS024, CVV003,

San Diego Symphony SB004

Schuyler, Phippa & Kay CVS010

Stokowski, Leopold VB004, LV001, SL026, VL001

Thomson, Virgil CVV016

Troubled Island SL010, VL001, LS019, CVV024, CVSOO3, CVS013, CVS014, CVS016, SCV001, LS016, LS019, SB013

Vienna Opera SL025

Weill, Kurt CVS012

White, Portia SL026, LS016, CVV025

White, Clarence SL019, LS010

White, Walter CVV015

Yale University SB005, VCV001, CVV002, CVV003, CVV006, CVV008, CVV027, CVV032, CVS004, CVS007, CVS008, CVS009, CVS013, CVS015, CVS018, CVS019, CVS023





Boyd E. Gibson