Acknowledgements and Bibliography
We would like to thank the following people for their invaluable support of and contributions to our project:
Sara Dale – Instructional Technologist for Geospatial and Data Services, St. Olaf College
Beth Christensen – Music Librarian, St. Olaf College
Marti Newland – Executive Director and Co-Founder of the H.T. Burleigh Society
Lynne Foote – President and Co-Founder of the H.T. Burleigh Society
Jean Snyder – Author of Harry T. Burleigh: From the Spiritual to the Harlem Renaissance
Emily Hynes ‘18 – PhD Candidate in Musicology, UNC Chapel Hill
Jack Gieseking – Assistant Professor of Geography, University of Kentucky
Sam Parker ‘18 – Independent Web Developer
Ezra Plemons – Instructional Technologist for Digital Media, St. Olaf College
Brian Stevens – Archivist and Special Collections Librarian, West Connecticut State University
Emily Woolf – Digital Archive and Repertoire Administrator, Wigmore Hall, London, UK
David McKnight – Rare Book and Manuscript Library Director, University of Pennsylvania
Grant Olwage – Senior Lecturer, University of Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, South Africa
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Arkansas State Press
The Atlanta Constitution
The Black Perspective in Music
Bluefield Daily Telegraph
The Boston Globe
The Brainerd Daily Dispatch
The Broad Ax
The Bronxville Press
Charleston Daily Mail
The Chicago Defender
The Christian Advocate
The Cleveland Gazette
Colorado Springs Gazette
The Colored American
The Crisis: A Record of the Darker Races
The Daily Collegian
The Daily Inter Ocean
The Daily Oklahoman
The Dallas Morning News
Duluth News Tribune
Evening Public Ledger
Fort Worth Star-Telegram
Jonesboro Daily Tribune
Journal of Singing
Kansas City Advocate
The Kansas Industrialist
Kingston Daily Gleaner
Los Angeles Times
The Macon Daily Telegraph
Manatee River Journal
Le Ménestrel: Journal de Musique
The Music Magazine – Musical Courier
The Negro Music Journal
The Negro Star
The New Music Review
New York Amsterdam News
New York Herald
The New York Times
Pacific Stars and Stripes
The Plain Dealer
The Topeka Plaindealer
Trenton Evening Times
La Semaine à Paris
Trenton Evening Times
The Washington Bee
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