Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:
The papers of Carol Lems-Dworkin represent several aspects of her varied career: pianist, musicologist, teacher, and lecturer. The bulk of the materials in the collection stem from her study of the music of Africa, and the influence of African music on African American music--including the music of Scott Joplin--and music of the Caribbean. The collection consists of sound recordings, slides, and materials on paper.
Paul Witty came to Northwestern University in 1930 as a professor of education and director of the Psycho-Educational Clinic. The Paul Witty Papers are arranged in seven categories: biographical material, correspondence, sewrvice in the U.S. Army, teaching materials, research and consulting files, professional activity files, and articles, books, and other publications.