6 October 1894 - ATLS - Musical Exchange letter head, Reinhart & Sievers, Proprietors No. 463 Vine St. Document has type and handwriting and is addressed to Mr. Charles Melber from A. Bartsot (sp?).
24 May 1896 - ATN - Handwritten and typed lined paper with company letterhead "The Cincinnati Orchestra Company, Michael Brand, Conductor" and headers Frank Tuchfarber, President and Howard Douglass, Sec'y and Treas. Handwriting refers to opening concert of the Schmid Capp.
n.d. - Donaldson's advertisement card with green and red print. No. 113 Main Street. "Have your Show Cards Framed at Donaldson's"
n.d. - TLS - Typed page in what appears to be the German language. Handwriting at the top of the page that appears to be "from Director Thomas".
n.d. - AN - Two sheets of blank Western Union Telegraph Company Night Message forms with handwritten notes in pencil on the reverse of both sheets.
n.d. - Contract for an advertisement granting permission from Louis Ballenberg to insert an advertisment in the Sunday Afternoon Concert Programme. The contract is blank except for handwritten notes in pencil not pertaining to the contract.
6 June 1907 - TD - White cardboard card/program regarding Commencement of the senior class of the Ohio Mechanics Institute. Handwritten notes in pencil appear to be a list.
19 March [n.y.] - Partial envelope addressed to Michael Brandt, Esq., Grand Opera House (typed). On the reverse is handwriting in pencil of what appears to be a list.
n.d. - AN - Cleur Lohmann (sp?), Opera House Pharmacy, Herman Lohmann to Melber asking him to pay six dollars for two concerts.
n.d. - TD - Advertisement card for The Foss-Schneider Brewing Co. Our Beer Hall and Restaurant. Print ink.
n.d. - TD - Appears to be German. Handwritten in ink at the top of the sheet is, Director Thomas.
n.d. - Boston. The B. F Wood Music Co. letterhead typed blue note. Handwritten in blue pencil is Danse Caprice La Fleurette - Willisley(sp?).
n.d. - AN - Plain white envelope with handwritten list in pencil.
18 February [n.y.] - Cincinnati Musician's Protective Association No. 1 to C. Melber, n.y., [14 Mercer City]. Envelope contains three documents:
29 May - 4 June 1904 - AN - Cincinnati Grand Orchestra and Reed Band letterhead with handwritten programs for a number of concerts.
27 July [n.y.] - AN - Cincinnati Grand Orchestra and Reed Band letterhead with handwriting in pen and pencil. It appears to be four programs. Upper left corner of document missing.
n.d. - White card with blue print advertising Geo. B. Jennings Co. Handwriting in pencil on the reverse.
n.d. - Partial envelope addressed to musical director, Walnut St. Theatre, Cincinnati from Ford and Bratton, Authors and Composers, Care M. Witmark & Sons, No.. 8 West 29th St. New York.
n.d. - Sheet printed in what appears to be German. Entitled: "Napoleons I auf St. Helena".
n.d. - Newspaper Zagliches or Zaglidjes Cincinnatier Boltsblatt. Possibly translated as Cincinnati Enquirer. Whole newspaper page with one square section missing. Entire paper printed in German.
27 February 1892 - Lined slip of paper that reads "for conserts [concerts] Feb 14, - 21, Reed, Chas Melber, S.A Waas".
19 January 1895 - AN - Office of the Purchasing Agent letterhead. Handwriting in ink "Ja. Barnard, Indianapolis, your letter 17th received this".
n.d. - Director General of the Exposition letterhead. Chicago, Department of Liberal Arts typed. Handwritten notes in ink on the reverse in what appears to be a list.
n.d. - Long handwritten list on cardboard. Written in pencil.
n.d. - ANS - Handwritten note in pencil that reads Leo Brand and Ross. Note reads, "have theirs sign for them -George"
n.d. - Card piece handwritten pencil on one side with bold black print on the other side that reads, "March "The Coopers,".
n.d. - Lined slip of paper with handwriting in pencil that begins "Friend Melber!" and ends with "Theo. Hahn".
n.d. - Handwritten note in pencil. Signed Chas.
n.d. - ALS - Handwritten letter to Melber that reads "Please pay Mr. Reinhart", signed Wm. S. Mason.
n.d. - AN - Miscellaneous slips of paper with writing in pencil.
May 1908 - Cincinnati Musical Festival Association Program. Eighteenth Biennial Festival.
June 1899 - Golden Jubilee Saengerfest Cincinnati program. Includes photos and seating chart.
7 September 1890 - Burnet Woods, Cincinnati Grand Orchestra Reed Band Program. Handwriting in purple pencil on the reverse.
13 July 1890 - Eden Park, Cincinnati Grand Orchestra Reed Band, Michael Brand, Conductor Programme. Fourteen copies with handwriting in pencil on the reverse.
1910 - Grand Opera House Program. Season 1909 and 1910, John H. Havlin Manager.
2 August [n.y.] - Cincinnati Grand Orchestra and Reed Band program.
17 November 1930- Portland Symphony Orchestra program. Willem van Hoogstraten, Conductor. Municipal Auditorium. Envelope with handwriting in pencil and typed address. From the Symphony Society of Portland, Oregon.
May 1904 - Cincinnati May Music Festival program. The Sixteenth Biennial, Theodore Thomas, Director.
n.d. - Brown bound ledger book, 8x11. Contains listings of popular concerts at Cincinnati Music Hall and popular concerts Michael Brandt.
July 1919 - "Sharps and Flats", Cincinnati Conservatory of Music program. 8x10 printed pamphlet. Very good condition.
n.d. - Brown leather bound book, 4x6. Contains lists of musical selections, overtures etc. Good condition.
n.d. - Blue flip writing tablet with Native American motif on the cover. Handwritten in blue ink is "Inventory of Music Library". Contents of the notebook appear to be that of an inventory of a music library. Fair condition.
August 1879 - Hardbound 7x12 brown book with lined paper. Front inside cover reads "Catalog der Reed Music des Cincinnati Orchestra". All handwritten with some handwriting in pencil and some handwriting in pen. Fair condition.
May 1882 - Official Programme of the Music Festival. Held In the Seventh Regiment Armory, New York. Under the direction of Theodore Thomas. Published by The Music Festival Association, 1882. 143 pages with dimensions of 6x9 inches. Very good condition.