Fraser Gange Home Page: Acknowledgments

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.
ENGLAND Brian Harrison, Diana Roberts and Philip Moores. The British National Sound Archives.
SCOTLAND Ken McKenzie, Dave Gallacher, Eileen McIntosh and Gavin Adams in Dundee. Iain Flett of the Dundee City Council.
WALES Paul Johnson in the Sound and Moving Image Collection at the National Library of Wales.
AUSTRALIA 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