ONCE Group collection
Contains documents, artifacts, interview tapes, and other materials relating to the ONCE Group and ONCE festivals. It contains the dissertation research materials of Sandra Braun, much of which is primary material given to her by members of the ONCE Group whom she had interviewed.
- Other: Majority of material found in 1961-1969
- Other: Date acquired: 01/05/1980
- Once Group (Organization)
Conditions Governing Access
This collection is open and available to researchers without restrictions. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 847-491-3434 in advance of your visit to schedule an appointment to view materials from this collection.
The ONCE Group of American composers and avant-garde artists evolved in the late 1950s in Ann Arbor, Michigan. This collection contains documents, artifacts, interview tapes, and other materials relating to the ONCE Group and ONCE festivals.
Arranged in 10 series: 1. ONCE programs and promotional materials, 1960-2010. 2. Clippings, 1959-1968. 3. Photographs, 1960-2010. 4. Sandra Braun papers, 1954-1978. 5. Robert Ashley papers, 1966-1984. 6. Gordon Mumma papers, 1954-1966. 7. Sound recordings, 1958-2010. 8. Journals, 1962-1982. 9. Ephemera, 1960-1967. 10. Posters, 1961-1983.
Method of Acquisition
Sandra Braun's papers were received in May 1980 from her father, Isaac M. Abeles; the Milton Cohen slide projections were received in September 1980 from Gerome Kamrowski; Robert Ashley's papers came in 1984. Additional contributions from George Cacioppo (1980), WUOM (1980), Robert Sheff (1980), Jerome Kamrowski (1980), Richard James (1982), Ralf Dietrich (1998), and Michael Daugherty (2010).
Existence and Location of Originals
Archival compact disc copies of the WUOM audiotape reels are available in the Music Listening Center (ACD0001--ACD0033).
Some duplicate materials were discarded.
Processed by Morris Levy in 2015.
- Guide to the ONCE Group collection
- Morris S. Levy
- Description rules
- Describing Archives: A Content Standard