Two incomplete speeches of Anthony Reiff, President of the Musical Mutual Protective Union, New York and an incomplete diary (journal), written as if a book with chapters and page numbers, of a trip beginning in 1856 where he traveled in the United States and Europe. He talks of music venues, performers, composers and his personal experiences.
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Accessioned as 1992.35.
Anthony Reiff Papers, Special Collections Research Center, Swem Library, College of William and Mary