We owe our thanks to many for their continuing help on the Fraser Gange research project.
|NEW YORK||John Francis and Lawrence Holdridge. The archivists at Juilliard School, the New York Philharmonic and Laguardia Junior College, repository of the Steinway & Sons Collection. The librarians in the Recorded Sound and the Music Divisions of the NYPL at Lincoln Center.|
|BALTIMORE||Elizabeth Schaaf at the Archives of Peabody Institute; Fraser Gange's one-time students Henry Constantine, Sylvia Dodd, Wilbur Nelson, Mary Walker and Nyla Wright Woodside. The Enoch Pratt Free Library.|
|BOSTON||Bridget Carr at the Boston Symphony Archives and the librarians at the Boston Public Research Library and Harvard University's Eda Kuhn Loeb Music Library and Theater Collection. Phil Kolber.|
|Peter Baxter, Susan Biebel, Phil De Sellem, Neil Gladd, Steve Permut, Howard Sanner and David Sommerfield at the Library of Congress. Houston Maples of the Washington DC chapter of ARSC.|
|OTHER U.S.||The archives at the Cleveland Orchestra and The Minnesota Orchestra Association. The Reverend Don Chichester of Gilbert, West Virginia. Marc Shepherd, compiler of the online Gilbert & Sullivan discography. Mike Richter and Harold Byrnes from Opera-L, compilers of the "Men of Empire" CD-ROM. Discographer Tim Gracyk. Peter de la Garza, Neil Gladd, Ben Tucker.|
Brian Harrison, Diana Roberts and Philip Moores. The British National Sound Archives.|
Ken McKenzie, Dave Gallacher, Eileen McIntosh and Gavin Adams in Dundee.
Iain Flett of the Dundee City Council. |
Paul Johnson in the Sound and Moving Image Collection at the National Library of Wales.|
Michael Quinn in Brisbane for biographical material and Peter
Burgis in Port Macquarie for discographical material. |
|CANADA||Mickey Clark of M.C. PRODUCTIONS in Vancouver, BC., James B. McPherson in Rexdale, Ontario|
Revised July 2005