Index to Washington Music Collections

Bellingham Public Library (WA03)

Central Washington University Music Library (WA10)

Clark County Historical Museum (WA46)

Columbia Basic College (WA18)

Cornish College of the Arts (WA27)

Northwest Museum of Arts and Culture/Eastern Washington State Historical Society (WA36)

Eastern Washington University Music Library (WA07)

Eastern Washington University Media Center (WA08)

Everett Community College, John Terrey Library-Media Center (WA11)

The Evergreen State College (WA16)

Ezra Meeker Historical Society (WA23)

Gonzaga University Foley Center (WA37)

Grays Harbour College, John Spellman Library (WA01)

Holy Names Music Center(WA38)

Jefferson County Historical Society (WA19)

King County Library System (WA28)

Longview Public Library (WA13)

Mason County Historical Society (WA02)

Pierce County Library (WA42)

Renton Historical Museum (WA24)

Renton Public Library (WA25)

Richland Public Library Audio-Visual Department (WA26)

Seattle Pacific University Music Collection Weter Memorial Library (WA29)

Seattle Public Library Arts, Recreation, and Literature Department(WA30)

Skagit County Historical Museum, Sheet Music and Recording Collection (WA12)

Skagit Valley College, Norwood Cole Library (WA15)

Sno-Isle Regional Library System (WA14)

South Seattle Community College (WA31)

Spokane County Library District (WA39)

Sumner Ryan House Museum (WA41)

Tacoma Community College (WA43)

Tacoma Public Library (WA44)

Timberland Regional Library, Audio-Visual Library (WA17)

University of Washington, Brahms Archive and Research Center (WA32)

University of Washington, Ethnomusicology Archives (WA33)

University of Washington, Manuscripts and University Archives (WA34)

University of Washington, Music Library (WA35)

Vashon/Maury Island Heritage Association (WA47)

Walla Walla College Music Department (WA09)

Walla Wala Community College Library (WA48)

Washington State Historical Society (WA45)

Washington State University Holland Library (WA20)

Washington State University, Kemble A. Stout Listening Library (WA21)

Washington State University, Manuscripts, Archives and Special Collections (WA22)

Western Washington University Music Library (WA04)

Whatcom Community College (WA05)

Whatcom County Library System (WA06)

Whitman College, Hall of Music: Listening Center/Library (WA49)

Whitworth College (WA40)

Yakima Valley Museum (WA50)






WA01

Grays Harbour College

John Spellman Library

Aberdeen, WA 98520

Phone: 360-538-4050

Fax: 360-538-4294

Stan Hurton, Assistant Dean/Library Director 360-538-4051

Adrienne Julius, Librarian 360-538-4053

Sue Means, Library Technician 360-538-4057

Elaine Holster, Cataloging and Systems 360-538-4055

TYPE OF INSTITUTION: Community College

WLN: WaAG

OPAC: Voyager

SERVICES AND FACILITIES (within unit unless noted otherwise):

Reference/Referral (in person) and email

Telephone reference

Direct public database searching

Public microcomputers

Photocopiers

Microform readers

Microform printers

Listening facilities

Duplication of sound recordings

Videocassette playback equipment

Video disc playback equipment

HOURS:
Monday-Wednesday 7:30 a.m. – 8:30 p.m., Thursday 7:30 a.m. – 6:00 p.m., Friday 7:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.,
Saturday 9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.

ACCESS: Open to the general public.

HANDICAPPED ACCESS:Yes; building, rest rooms.

CIRCULATION: Print and AV.

INTERLIBRARY LOAN: Yes; print materials only.

STAFF: Prof: 3.31 Paraprof: 1.45 Pages/Studt Asst: Varies Total FTE: 4.76


WA02

Mason County Historical Society

Mason County Museum

P.O. Box 1366

Shelton, WA 98584

206-426-1020

Billie L. Howard, Museum Director

TYPE OF INSTITUTION: Historical Society, Museum

SPECIAL FEATURES:

Programs of piano recitals given at Union WA, 1915-1923, from the Helen
McReavy Anderson Estate; some hymnals; assortment of sheet music from the
thirties and forties; song books, organ and piano used in the County. Both
organ and piano are playable upon request.

SERVICES AND FACILITIES (within unit unless noted otherwise):

Reference/Referral (in person)

Telephone reference

Photocopiers

Videocassette playback equipment

HOURS: Tuesday-Friday 11:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m., Saturday 11:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

ACCESS: Open to the general public. No admission fee.

HANDICAPPED ACCESS: Yes; entry to building, rest rooms.


WA03

Bellingham Public Library

210 Central Avenue

CS-9710

Bellingham, WA 98227-9710

Phone: 360-676-6860

Fax: 360-676-7795

SCAN: 360-644-6860

TDD: 360-676-6864

Linda Hodge, A-V Librarian

TYPE OF INSTITUTION: Public Library

OPAC: Horizon

www.bellinghampubliclibrary.org

HOLDINGS (volumes)

Books: 2,475

Audio Cassettes: collection removed

Compact Discs: 8,272

Videocassettes: 7,149

DVDs: 2,386

SERVICES AND FACILITIES (within unit unless noted otherwise):

Reference/Referral (in person)

Telephone reference

Photocopiers

Microform readers

Microform printers

Internet access

HOURS:
Monday-Thursday 10:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m.

Friday-Saturday 10:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.

Sunday 1:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. (during school year)

ACCESS: Open to the general public

HANDICAPPED ACCESS:Yes, entry to building, rest rooms

CIRCULATION: Yes

INTERLIBRARY LOAN: Yes, print materials only

STAFF: Prof:.10 Paraprof:.34 Total FTE:.33.51 + pages


WA04

Western Washington University Music Library

516 High Street, PAC 376
Bellingham, WA.  98225

PHONE:  360-650-3716

WEBSITE: http://library.wwu.edu/music

HOURS:  http://library.wwu.edu/music

STAFF CONTACTS:

TYPE OF INSTITUTION: University

OCLC: XFF RLIN: WAWC NUC: WaBeW

OPAC: Innovative Interfaces

CATALOG: http://library.wwu.edu/

HOLDINGS:

  • Books on music
  • CDs
  • Streaming Audio
  • LPs
  • DVDs
  • Videos
  • Audio Cassettes
  • Musical Scores
  • Music Manuscripts
  • Music Periodical Titles
  • Music Microforms
  • Reel to Reel Tapes

ONLINE INDEXES/DATABASES AVAILABLE FOR PUBLIC USE:

  • IIMP Full Text
  • Music Index (via EBSCO)
  • Canadian Music Periodical Index
  • JSTOR
  • Music in Print
  • Naxos Music Library
  • Oxford Music Online (Grove Music Online)
  • RILM Abstracts of Music Literature

PRINT INDEXES AVAILABLE FOR USE:

  • Music Index (to 2005)
  • RISM

SERVICES AND FACILITIES:

  • Public Workstations
  • Listening Equipment
  • Photocopying
  • Microform Readers
  • Video Playback Equipment
  • 78 Player (available for public use)

ACCESS: Open to the general public

CIRCULATION AVAILABLE TO:

  • Students
  • Faculty
  • Staff
  • Alumni
  • Community

CIRCULATION RESTRICTIONS:

  • Media materials may be taken out of the library by faculty but not by students or community members.

INTERLIBRARY LOAN:  Yes

STAFF:

  • Librarian: 1
  • Professional Staff: 1
  • Pages/Student Assistants:  0.5

WA05

Whatcom Community College

237 W. Kellogg Rd.

Bellingham, WA 98226

360-647-3266

Fax: 360-676-2171

Email: llambert@whatcom.ctc.edu

Website: http://whatcom.library.ctc.edu

Linda Lambert, Library Director

Gillian McLeod, Instruction/Systems Librarian

Jo Dereske, Instruction/Collection Development Librarian

Three other part-time librarians, 11 classified staff

TYPE OF INSTITUTION: Community College

OPAC: Voyager

http://whatcom.library.ctc.edu/
cgi-bin/Pwebrecon.cgi?DB=local&PAGE=First

HOLDINGS:

Book: 30,000

Periodicals: 160

SERVICES AND FACILITIES :

Reference: in person, email, phone

Staff-assisted database searching

Direct public database searching

Public microcomputers (outside unit)

Photocopiers

Microform reader

Microform printer

Listening facilities

Duplication of sound recordings

Videocassette playback equipment

Video disc playback equipment

Digital video, still imaging and editing

HOURS: Academic year: Monday-Thursday 8:00 a.m. – 9:00 p.m., Friday 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.,
Saturday: 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.

Summer: Monday-Thursday 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

ACCESS: Open to the general public.

HANDICAPPED ACCESS: Yes; entry to building, rest rooms.

CIRCULATION: Yes; except class reserve materials.

INTERLIBRARY LOAN: Yes; except class reserve materials.

STAFF: Prof: 8 Paraprof: 1 Total FTE: 11


WA06

Whatcom County Library System

5205 Northwest Rd.

Bellingham, WA 98226

360-384-3150

Fax: 360-384-4947

Email: rbarker@wcls.org

Robin Barker, Collection Manager

TYPE OF INSTITUTION: Public Library

WLN: WaBeCo

OPAC: Horizon

HOLDINGS (titles):

Audio Cassettes/Compact Discs: 10,000

Holdings distributed among 11 libraries.

SERVICES AND FACILITIES (within unit unless noted otherwise):

Reference/Referral (in person)

Telephone reference

Staff-assisted database searching

Direct public database searching (outside unit)

Photocopiers

Piano (at Blaine Branch)

HOURS: Monday-Thursday 10:00 a.m. – 9:00 p.m. (Reference Center),
Friday-Saturday 10:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. (Reference Center)

ACCESS: Open to the general public.

HANDICAPPED ACCESS: Yes; entry to building, rest rooms.

CIRCULATION: Yes.

INTERLIBRARY LOAN: Yes.


WA07

Eastern Washington University

Music Library

Mail Stop 100

Cheney, WA 99004-2495

509-359-2300

Karen Schatz, Supervisor 509-359-2300

TYPE OF INSTITUTION: University

WLN: WaChenE

CONSORTIA: INCOL (Inland Northwest Council of Libraries)

OPAC: ELIS (affiliated with Washington State University)

HOLDINGS (titles):

Books: 170: Reference

Scores/Parts: 7,435

Periodicals: 20

Microforms: 148

Audio Cassettes: 65: Recital tapes

Audio Tapes (reel): 1,800: Recital tapes

LP Discs: 5,964

Compact Discs: 341

SPECIAL FEATURES:

4,500 pieces of sheet music, mostly 1900-1920; collection strong in
classical, jazz, and children’s music.

SERVICES AND FACILITIES (within unit unless noted otherwise):

Reference/Referral (in person)

Telephone reference

Staff-assisted database searching

Direct public database searching

Public microcomputers (outside unit)

Photocopiers (outside unit)

Microform readers (outside unit)

Microform printers (outside unti)

Listening facilities

Videocassette playback equipment

Practice rooms (outside unit)

Electronic piano lab (outside unit)

HOURS: Monday-Thursday 8:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m., Friday 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m., Saturday 1:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.,
Sunday 6:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m

ACCESS: Open to the general public.

HANDICAPPED ACCESS: Yes; entry to building, rest rooms.

CIRCULATION: Yes; print materials only.

INTERLIBRARY LOAN: Yes; print materials only.

STAFF: Paraprof: 1 Pages/Studt Asst: 1.25 Total FTE: 2.25


WA08

Eastern Washington University

Media Center

Kennedy Library, 100 LIB

Cheney, WA 99004-2341

509-359-2267

Fax: 509-359-6456

Elizabeth Malia, Manager 509-359-4626

Sue Retan, Media Assistant 509-359-2267

TYPE OF INSTITUTION: University

WLN: WaChenE

OPAC: Triple I

HOLDINGS (titles):

Audio Cassettes: 8000

LP Discs: 12000

Compact Discs: 3000

Videocassettes: 3000

SERVICES AND FACILITIES (within unit unless noted otherwise):

Reference/Referral (in person)

Telephone reference

Listening facilities

Videocassette playback equipment

HOURS:
Monday-Thursday 8:00 a.m. -11:00 p.m., Friday 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m., Saturday 10:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.,
Sunday 2:00 p.m. – 11:00 p.m.

Intersessions: Monday-Friday 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

ACCESS: Open to the general public

HANDICAPPED ACCESS: Yes; entry to building, rest rooms

CIRCULATION: Yes

INTERLIBRARY LOAN: No

STAFF: Prof: 2 Paraprof: 1 Total FTE: 2


WA09

Walla Walla College

Music Department

204 S. College Ave.

College Place, WA

509-527-2561

Fax: 509-527-2177

Dr. Matthew James, Dept. Chair 509-527-2562

TYPE OF INSTITUTION: College (Departmental collection)

WLN: WaWc

HOLDINGS (volumes):

Scores/Parts (titles): 2,200

Audio Cassettes: 200

LP Discs: 4,000

Compact Discs: 2,000

Videocassettes: 324

SERVICES AND FACILITIES (within unit unless noted otherwise):

Staff-assisted database searching

Photocopiers

Listening facilities

Duplication of sound recordings

Videocassette playback equipment

Piano (outside unit)

Organ (outside unit)

HOURS:

Monday – Thursday 8:00 a.m. – 10:00 p.m., Friday 8:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m., Sunday 1:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.

Summer: 9a.m. – 12 p.m.

ACCESS: Not open to the general public.

HANDICAPPED ACCESS: Yes; entry to building, rest rooms

CIRCULATION: No

INTERLIBRARY LOAN: No

STAFF: Prof: 0.08


WA10

Central Washington University Music Library

400 E. University Way
Ellensburg, WA 98926-7548

PHONE:  509-963-1841

FAX: 509-963-3684

WEBSITE: http://www.lib.cwu.edu/

MUSIC LIBRARY: http://www.lib.cwu.edu/music

HOURS:  http://www.lib.cwu.edu/Library-Hours

STAFF CONTACTS:

TYPE OF INSTITUTION: Academic

OPAC/DISCOVERY: Innovative Interfaces

ONLINE INDEXES/DATABASES AVAILABLE FOR PUBLIC USE:

  • Music Index
  • RILM

PRINT INDEXES AVAILABLE FOR USE:

  • RILM
  • RISM
  • Older editions of Music Index

HOLDINGS:

  • Books on music
  • CDs
  • LPs
  • DVDs
  • Musical Scores
  • Sheet Music

SERVICES AND FACILITIES:

  • Public Computer Workstations
  • Listening Equipment
  • Photocopying
  • Microform Readers
  • Video Playback Equipment
  • Compositional Software (Finale, Sibelius, etc.)

ACCESS: Open to the general public.

CONSORTIA:  Orbis Cascade Alliance

CIRCULATION: Yes, print materials only, except collected editions.

CIRCULATION AVAILABLE TO:

  • Students
  • Faculty
  • Staff
  • Alumni
  • Community

CIRCULATION RESTRICTIONS:

  • Printed music collected editions & reference books do not circulate.
  • Phonorecords and cassettes do not circulate to students or community members.

INTERLIBRARY LOAN: Only circulating scores & books.


WA11

Everett Community College

John Terrey Library-Media Center

801 Wetmore Avenue

Everett, WA 98201-1327

206-388-9354

Fax: 206-388-9144

SCAN: 474-9354

Jeanie Goodhope, Media Librarian 206-388-9348

TYPE OF INSTITUTION: Community College

WLN: WaEE

CONSORTIA: Everett Cooperative Library System

OPAC: Dynix

Dial-in: 206-259-8795; Modem setting: 1200-2400, 8NIF; Password: <enter>, PUBLIC

HOLDINGS (by volume):

Books: 100

Scores/Parts: 100

LP Discs: 2,400

Videocassettes: 18

Video Discs: 1

SERVICES AND FACILITIES (within unit unless noted otherwise):

Reference/Referral (in person)

Telephone reference

Staff-assisted database searching (campus community only)

Direct public database searching

Photocopiers

Microform readers

Microform printers

Listening facilities

Duplication of sound recordings

Videocassette playback equipment

Video disc playback equipment (by appointment)

HOURS: Monday-Thursday 7:30 a.m. – 8:30 p.m., Friday 7:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.,
Saturday 12:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. (Academic year only)

Summer: Hours vary.

ACCESS: Open to the general public

HANDICAPPED ACCESS: Yes; entry to building, rest rooms

CIRCULATION: Yes; Non-print materials are library use only

INTERLIBRARY LOAN: Yes; Non-print materials are library use only


WA12

Skagit County Historical Museum

Sheet Music and Recording Collection

501 South 4th

P.O. Box 818

LaConner, WA 98257

360-466-3365

Email: museum@co.skagit.wa.us

Pat Doran, Registrar

Mari Anderson, Librarian

TYPE OF INSTITUTION: Museum

HOLDINGS (titles):

Sheet music: ca. 100

Audio discs and cylinders: ca. 200

SPECIAL FEATURES:

Collection is primarily Edison cylinders and discs and popular sheet
music, 1900-1940, indexed by title.

SERVICES AND FACILITIES (within unit unless noted otherwise):

Reference/Referral (in person)

Telephone reference

Listening facilities

HOURS: Research by appointment. Museum open Tuesday-Sunday 11-5pm

ACCESS: Open to the general public.

HANDICAPPED ACCESS: Yes


WA13

Longview Public Library

1600 Louisiana

Longview, WA 98632

360-442-5300

Fax: 360-442-5954

Edith Uthmann, Technical Services Librarian 360-442-5316

Jerry Ritchie, Media Specialist 360-442-5322

TYPE OF INSTITUTION: Public Library

OPAC: Dynix

Web address: www.longviewlibrary.org

HOLDINGS (volumes):

Books: 1,143 (780 Dewey class)

Audio Cassettes: 3,338 Talking books-cass.1,260

Compact Discs: 3,633

Videocassettes: 4,794

DVDs: 1,871

SERVICES AND FACILITIES (within unit unless noted otherwise):

Reference/Referral (in person)

Telephone reference

Staff-assisted database searching

Direct public database searching

Photocopiers

Microform readers

Microform printers

HOURS: Monday – Tuesday 10:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m., Wednesday – Thursday 10:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.,
Friday-Saturday 10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

ACCESS: Open to the general public

HANDICAPPED ACCESS: Yes; entry to building, rest rooms, TDD

CIRCULATION: Yes

INTERLIBRARY LOAN: No


WA14

Sno-Isle Regional Library System

7312 35th Ave. NE

Marysville, WA 98271

800-342-1936

360-651-7000, x19

Fax: 360-651-7151

Jim McCluskey, Media Librarian

http://www.sno-isle.org

TYPE OF INSTITUTION: Public Library

WLN: WaMas

OPAC: CARL

HOLDINGS (volumes):

Audio Cassettes: 7,338

Compact Discs: 32,086

Videocassettes: 47,071

Holdings distributed among 21 libraries.

SERVICES AND FACILITIES (within unit unless noted otherwise):

Reference/Referral (in person)

Telephone reference

Staff-assisted database searching

Public microcomputers at all sites

Photocopiers

Microform reader/printers at Regional Reference Center (Lynnwood, Marysville, Oak Harbor, Snohomish) libraries.

HOURS: Hours vary from branch to branch.

ACCESS: Open to the general public.

HANDICAPPED ACCESS:Yes; entry to building, rest rooms

CIRCULATION: Yes

INTERLIBRARY LOAN: No

STAFF: Prof: 1 Paraprof: 0 Total FTE: 1


WA15

Skagit Valley College

Norwood Cole Library

2405 College Way

Mount Vernon, WA 98273-5899

360-416-7837

Fax: 360-416-7698

Mindy McCormick Coslor, Associate Dean 360-416-7761

Margret Mills, Public Services Librarian 360-416-7760

Gary Payne, Technical Services Librarian 360-416-7624

TYPE OF INSTITUTION: Community College

OCLC: Z74

OPAC: Innovative Interfaces

HOLDINGS (titles):

Books: 1212

Scores/Parts: 1381

Periodicals: 7

Audio Cassettes: 265

LP Discs: 2,300

Compact Discs: 275

Video Cassettes: 1721

Laserdiscs: 6

DVD: 3

SERVICES AND FACILITIES (within unit unless noted otherwise):

Reference/Referral (in person)

Telephone reference

Photocopiers

Microform Readers

Microform Printers

Listening facilities

Duplication of sound recordings

Videocassette playback equipment

Practice rooms (outside unit)

HOURS: Monday-Thursday 8:00 a.m. – 9:00 p.m., Friday 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Summer and Intersessions: as posted

ACCESS: Open to the general public

HANDICAPPED ACCESS: Yes; entry to building

CIRCULATION: Yes

INTERLIBRARY LOAN: no


WA16

The Evergreen State College

Library

Olympia, WA 98505

360-866-6000, x6256

Fax: 360-866-6790

Ernestine Kimbro, Reference Librarian 360-866-6000, x6715
kimbore@elwha.evergreen.edu

Jane Fisher, Head of Sound and Image Library 360-866-6790
fisherj@elwha.evergreen.edu

TYPE OF INSTITUTION: College

WLN: WAOE

CONSORTIA:CALS (Consortium for Automated Library Services)

OPAC: Innovative Interfaces

Telnet: 192.211.20.10

HOLDINGS (by volume):

Books: 3,859

Scores/Parts: 658

Periodicals: 22

Microforms: 1,000

Audio Cassettes: 5,500

Audio Tapes (reel): 1,000

LP Discs: 17,500

Compact Discs: 900

Videocassettes: 64

Video Discs: 5

Photographs: 150

SERVICES AND FACILITIES (within unit unless noted otherwise):

Reference/Referral (in person)

Telephone reference

Staff-assisted database searching

Direct public database searching

Photocopiers

Microform readers

Microform printers

Listening facilities

Duplication of sound recordings

Videocassette playback equipment

Video disc playback equipment

HOURS: Monday-Thursday 8:45 a.m. – 10:45 p.m., Friday 8:45 a.m. – 6:45 p.m., Saturday 10:30 a.m. – 6:15 p.m.,
Sunday 12:00 p.m. – 10:45 p.m.

Summer: Monday, Thursday 9:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m., Tuesday, Wednesday 9:00 a.m. – 9:00 p.m.,
Friday 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m., Saturday 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

Intersessions: 10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

ACCESS: Open to the general public

HANDICAPPED ACCESS: Yes; entry to building, rest rooms, TDD

CIRCULATION: Yes

INTERLIBRARY LOAN: Yes; print materials only.

STAFF: Prof: 1 Paraprof: 1.5 Pages/Studt Asst:.25 Total FTE: 2.75


WA17

Timberland Regional Library

Audio-Visual Collection

415 Airdustrial Way SW

Olympia, WA 98501

Fax: 206-586-6838

Scan: 321-6203/234-3303

Jean Barnett, Collection Development Specialist 360-704-4520

TYPE OF INSTITUTION: Public Library

WLN: WaO

OPAC: Dynix

OCLC: UOJ

Dial-in: Yes; Olympia area: 866-2858, toll free 800-822-1298; Modem
setting: 1200 N-8-1; Password: DIALCAT

Internet access: www.timberland.lib.wa.us

Dialup instructions on the website.

HOLDINGS (volumes):

Audio Cassettes 26,604

Compact Discs 44,365

Videocassettes 44,040

Holdings distributed among 27 libraries.

SERVICES AND FACILITIES (within unit unless noted otherwise):

Reference/Referral (in person) (outside unit)

Telephone reference (outside unit)

Staff-assisted database searching (outside unit)

Direct public database searching (outside unit)

Public microcomputers (outside unit)

Photocopiers (outside unit)

Microform readers (outside unit)

Listening facilities (outside unit)

Videocassette playback equipment (outside unit)

HOURS: Vary from branch to branch

ACCESS: Open to the general public.

HANDICAPPED ACCESS: Yes; entry to building, rest rooms

CIRCULATION: Yes

INTERLIBRARY LOAN: Yes

STAFF: Paraprof:.1.0 Total FTE: 1.0


WA18

Columbia Basin College

Library

2600 N. 20th

Pasco, WA 99301

509-547-0511, x2287

Fax: 509-546-0401

Scan: 509-547-0511

Katie Foley, Dean 509-547-0511, x2294 kfoley@cbc2.org

Sarah Shoemaker, Interlibrary Loan 509-547-0511, x2328

TYPE OF INSTITUTION: Community College

WLN: WaPaC

OPAC: Endeavor

HOLDINGS (titles):

Books: 873

Periodicals: 3

LP Discs: 2,326 (780 uncataloged)

Compact Discs: 534

Videocassettes: 138

Scores: 112

SERVICES AND FACILITIES (within unit unless noted otherwise):

Reference/Referral (in person)

Telephone reference

Staff-assisted database searching

Direct public database searching

Public microcomputers

Photocopiers

Microform readers

Microform printers

Listening facilities

Videocassette playback equipment

HOURS: Monday-Thursday 7:30 a.m. – 9:00 p.m., Friday 7:30 a.m. – 4:45 p.m., Saturday 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Summer: Check with library.

ACCESS: Open to the gneral public

HANDICAPPED ACCESS:Yes; entry to building, rest rooms.

CIRCULATION: Only for CBC students, faculty, and staff.

INTERLIBRARY LOAN: Yes; print materials only.


WA19

Jefferson County Historical Society

Jefferson County Research Center

13692 Airport Cutoff Road (on Highway 19)

Mailing Address:

210 Polk Street #10

Port Townsend, WA 98368

Phone: 360-379-6673

Marge Samuelson, Archivist

Email: jchsrescntr@olympus.net

Website: www.jchsmuseum.org

Fee: $4.00 entrance fee (free to JCHS or JCGS members)

Research by external request is available at $10.00 per hour plus copies.

TYPE OF INSTITUTION: Historical Society, Museum

HOLDINGS (titles):

Books: 24

Periodicals: 2

Manuscripts: 3

Sheet music 1 (archive box-much of it is turn of the century.)

Concert programs and festival posters

SPECIAL FEATURES:

Sheet music collection

SERVICES AND FACILITIES (within unit unless noted otherwise):

Reference/Referral (in person)

Telephone reference, email, mail

HOURS: Tuesday-Saturday 11:00a.m. – 4:00 p.m., Third Saturday 12:00p.m. – 4:00p.m.
Closed Sunday & Monday, all Federal holidays, December 24 and January 10.

HANDICAPPED ACCESS: Yes

STAFF: Prof: 1 Paraprof: 0 Total FTE: 1


WA20

Washington State University

Holland Library and Stout Music Listening Library

Pullman, WA 99164-5610

http://www.wsulibs.wsu.edu

General Reference 509-335-8516

Paula Elliot, Music Librarian, (Holland) 509-335-8126
elliotp@wsu.edu

William Payne, Music Library Specialist, (Stout), 209-335-3308 bpayne@wsu.edu

TYPE OF INSTITUTION: University

OCLC: WaPS

OPAC: Griffin (Innovative Interfaces)

HOLDINGS (titles):

Books: 40,000

Scores/Parts: 16,700

Research Editions: 185

Compact Discs: 6,000

LP Discs: 22,000

Videocassettes or DVDs: 200

SPECIAL FEATURES:

Nez Perce Music Archives

SERVICES:

Reference: in person, e-mail, telephone, mail

Direct public database searching

Photocopiers

Printers

Microform reader/printers

Listening and viewing equipment

FACILITIES:

Music Collections are housed in two locations (apart from Special Collections): Books, periodicals,
reference materials and circulating CD collection are in Holland Library. The library’s scores and non-circulating CD
collection (belonging to the music department), are in the Kemble Stout Music Listening Library in Kimbrough Hall.


WA21

Washington State University

Kemble A. Stout Music Listening Library

Kimbrough 252/School of Music & Theatre Arts

Pullman, WA 99164-5300

Phone: 509-335-3305

Hours: 509-335-3308

Fax: 509-335-4245

William G. Payne, Jr., Library Specialist II- Supervisor,
bpayne@mail.wsu.edu

TYPE OF INSTITUTION: University

HOLDINGS (volumes):

Scores/Parts (titles): 20,000

Audio Cassettes: 3,500

LP Discs: 22,000

Compact Discs: 4,000+

Videocassettes/DVDs (titles): 350

Vertical Files (titles): 14,000

Vertical files contain graduate student 702 papers, and popular music since 1875.

SERVICES AND FACILITIES (within unit unless noted otherwise):

(Note: KSMLL Web Site linked to William G. Payne, Jr. staff page)

Listening facilities(single/multiple matrixed)

Duplication of sound recordings(for department only)

Videocassette playback/duplication equipment

Computers for ear training and composition

MIDI interface keyboard

DAT recorders

HOURS: Monday through Wednesday 8:00 a.m. – 9:00 p.m.,

Thursday 8:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m., Friday 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.,

Saturday 2:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m., Sunday 2:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.

ACCESS: Open to the general public

HANDICAPPED ACCESS: Partial

CIRCULATION: General WSU Library procedures apply for print materials only.

INTERLIBRARY LOAN: General WSU Library procedures apply for print materials only.

STAFF: Paraprof: 1 Pages/Studt Asst: 1.5 Total FTE: 2.5


WA22

Washington State University

Manuscripts, Archives and Special Collections

PO Box 645610

Pullman, WA 99164-5610

Phone: 509-335-6693

Fax: 509-335-6721

www.wsulibs.wsu.edu/holland/masc/masc.htm

Laila Miletic-Vejzovic, Head

Trevor James Bond, Special Collections Librarian

TYPE OF INSTITUTION: University

HOLDINGS (volumes):

Manuscripts: 132 linear feet

Audio Tapes (reel): 85

LP Discs: 75

SPECIAL FEATURES:

(Collections and URLs to digitized archival finding aids)

Moldenhauer Archives at WSU:

William Horace Bailey Papers, ca. 1915-1992

http://www.wsulibs.wsu.edu/holland/masc/finders/cg662.htm

Elizabeth Gyring Papers, 1930-1980

http://www.wsulibs.wsu.edu/holland/masc/
finders/cg475.htm

Charles Haubiel Papers, 1916-1978

http://www.wsulibs.wsu.edu/holland/masc/
finders/cg482.htm

Solomon Pimsleur Papers, 1918-1970

http://www.wsulibs.wsu.edu/holland/masc/
finders/cg478.htm

Moldenhauer Music Archives:

Hans Rosbaud Papers, 1899-1973

http://www.wsulibs.wsu.edu/holland/masc/
finders/cg423.htm

Washington Composers Collection, ca. 1915-1992

http://www.wsulibs.wsu.edu/holland/masc/
finders/cg442.htm

Pacific Northwest Native American Music Archives:

Nez Perce Music Collection, 1988-1995

http://www.wsulibs.wsu.edu/holland/masc/
finders/cg636.htm

Loran Olsen Papers, 1960-1993

http://www.wsulibs.wsu.edu/holland/masc/finders/cg658.htm

Charles and Elizabeth Peck Collection of Northwest Coast Indian Life, 1958-1987. Includes music from
the Queets people.

http://www.wsulibs.wsu.edu/holland/masc/finders/
cg671.htm

Other Collections:

William E. Brandt Papers, 1872-1995

http://www.wsulibs.wsu.edu/holland/masc/finders/
cg584.htm

The Robert Cushman Butler Collection of Theatrical Illustrations. Includes some 3,000 illustrations many
from musical productions:

http://www.wsulibs.wsu.edu/holland/masc/
finders/cage430/page1.htm

Catholic Church Liturgy and Ritual-Cage 416

http://griffin.wsu.edu/search/X?SEARCH=catholic+church+liturgy&searchscope=6&1=&m=t&b=&SORT=D&Da=&Db=

International Webern Society Records, 1962-1989

http://www.wsulibs.wsu.edu/holland/masc/finders/
cg610.HTM

Humphrey W. Leynse Collection, 1916-1977

http://www.wsulibs.wsu.edu/holland/masc/finders/
cg438.htm

The Paul Philemon Kies autograph collection contains autographed letters and notes from a variety of noted
composers and musicians:
http://www.wsulibs.wsu.edu/holland/masc/finders/
cg308.htm

Mahlon Merrick Papers, 1953-1967

http://www.wsulibs.wsu.edu/holland/masc/
finders/cg361.htm

Medieval manuscripts, [ca. 1200]-[ca. 1600]-Cage 417

http://www.wsulibs.wsu.edu/holland/masc/finders/cg417.htm

Music Manuscripts ca. 1785-1948

http://www.wsulibs.wsu.edu/holland/masc/
finders/cg291.htm

Phi Mu Alpha–Sinfonia Music Fraternity Chi Chapter, Washington State University Records, 1941 – 1974:

http://www.wsulibs.wsu.edu/holland/masc/
finders/cg682.htm

Washington-Idaho Symphony Association Records, 1971-1992

http://www.wsulibs.wsu.edu/holland/masc/
finders/cg621.htm

Auer, Leopold, 1845-1930. LETTER, 1930 MARCH 22, NEW YORK, TO KATZMAN. 4 p. Signed
holograph about violin lessons. Includes a one page transcription, a clipping of drawing of Auer, and a biographical note.

AUTOGRAPHS OF PROMINENT MUSICIANS, 1864-1925. ca. 20 items.
A. Achenbach; Mattia Buttistini, 1875-1928; Leo Blech, b. 1871; Ignaz
Brull, 1846-1907; Willy Burmaster, 1869-1933; Heinrich Wilhelm Ernst,
1814-1865; G.V. Ginetti; Jean Gibert, b. 1879; Jan Kubelik, b. 1880; Joseph
M.X.F.J. Poniayowsky, 1816-1873; Sergei Rachmaninoff, b. 1873; Pablo de
Sarasate, 1844-1908; Franz Schreker, 1878-1934; Richard Strauss, 1864-1949;
Ludwig Wullner, 1958-1938; and others.

Cortot, Alfred, 1877-1962. PAPERS, 1920 MARCH 29. 1 v. Autographed portrait and program of Cortot’s concert,
pasted into Chopin’s Preludes, published by Schirmer’s Library.

Frank, John, 1878-1950. Spalding, Henry Harmon,
1803-1874. NEZ PERCE HYMNS, [CA. 1939]. 50 leaves.
Typescript from manuscript by John Frank; translated by H.H. Spalding, John Frank and others.

Fritzberg, Everett. Gunther, John, 1901-1970. Hofmann, Josef, 1876-1957. Stassen, Harold Edward, 1907-
PAPERS, 1935-1949. 3 leaves. Signed holograph from John Gunther; signed typescript from Josef Hofmann; signed
typescript from Harold Edward Stassen.

Taylor, Phoebe Bloom, b. 1879. PAPERS, 1874-1964. ca. 30 items. Reminiscences, musical compositions,
family photographs and business records, Whitman County, Wash.

Wagner, Richard, 1813-1883. Sayn-Wittgenstein, Carolyne
de, 1819-1887. LETTER, 1854 JULY
28, TO PRINCESS CAROLYN VON SAYN-WITTGENSTEIN. 3 p. Includes
transcription and notes. Letter in German. German composer and poet. Described in: Kies, Paul P.
“Four New Wagner Letters,” Research Studies, 17 (1949) p. 209-226.

Wagner, Richard, 1813-1883. Wagner, Cosima, 1837-1930. Forman, Alfred, 1840-1925.
LETTER, 1873 SEPTEMBER 15, BAYREUTH TO ALFRED FORMAN,
LONDON. 2 p. Signed manuscript with envelope in hand of Cosima Wagner. Notes on letter included.
Letter in German. German composer and poet. Described in:
Kies, Paul P. “Four New Wagner Letters,” Research Studies, 17 (1949) p.209-226.

Bartok, Bela, 1881-1945. LETTER FRAGMENT, N.D. 1 leaf. Signed holograph. In Hungarian. Photocopy.

Pullman Music Club. RECORDS, 1933-1946. 1 v. Programs, minutes, clippings and other papers.

NEZ PERCE HYMNAL TEXTS : TYPESCRIPTS, ONE MANUSCRIPT, [CA. 1935].
48 p. Possibly transcriptions of translations by John Frank. Mostly in the Nez Perce language.

Witek, Anton, 1872-1933. Abell, Arthur M. LETTER, 1918 SEPTEMBER 1, BOSTON, TO ARTHUR
M. ABELL. 7 p. German musician. Signed holograph about being a German in America during the war and the state
of music in the United States and Europe. In German. Witek, Anton, 1872-1933.

Fraenkel, Wolfgang, 1897-1983. MUSIC THEORY NOTES, n.d.
1 p. German and American composer. In German. Music theory notes in German.

Kimbrough, LaVerna E. Keeney, Agnes. CO-ED, MUSIC MANUSCRIPT, N.D. 1 item. Professor of Music, Washington
State University. Original manuscript of a college song.

Schelle, Michael. OBOE CONCERTO, MANUSCRIPT SCORE, 1983. Swashbuckler 1984. 2 mss. scores (18 sheets) ; 32 cm.
Also includes ms. fragment of score titled Swashbuckler (1984). Composer in residence, Butler University, ca. 1989.

Washington (State) Composers: Correspondence, scores, etc. of 20 composers
(1941-1979)

Music, songs, sounds from South Pacific Islands, Hong Kong, and parts
of Southeast Asia (audio tapes, ca. 1940s-1960s) in the Humphrey Leynse
Papers (1921-1977)

All collections have finding aids; some have been cataloged in WLN.

SERVICES AND FACILITIES (within unit unless noted otherwise):

Reference/Referral (in person)

Telephone reference

Email reference

Website: http://www.wsulibs.wsu.edu/holland/masc/
masc.htm

Inquiries: http://www.wsulibs.wsu.edu/holland/
masc/masccontact.htm

CD-ROM station

Direct public & staff-assisted database searching

Photocopiers

Microform readers & printers

Listening facilities in and outside the unit

Duplication of sound recordings in and outside the unit

Videocassette & video disc playback equipment in and outside the unit

HOURS: Monday-Friday 8:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Closed selected national holidays.

ACCESS: Open to the general public.

HANDICAPPED ACCESS: Yes; entry to building, rest rooms.

CIRCULATION: No

INTERLIBRARY LOAN: No


WA23

Ezra Meeker Historical Society

312 Spring St.

P.O. Box 103

Puyallup, WA 98371

206-845-1402

Hazel Hood, Catalog Chair

TYPE OF INSTITUTION: Historical Society

HOLDINGS:

Books

Scores/Parts

SPECIAL FEATURES:

Hymnals, organ method books, and song book used in singing schools in
Puyallup.

SERVICES AND FACILITIES (within unit unless noted otherwise):

Reference/Referral (in person)

Telephone reference

ACCESS: By appointment.


WA24

Renton Historical Museum

235 Mill Ave. S.

Renton WA 98055

206-255-2330

TYPE OF INSTITUTION: Museum

HOLDINGS (titles):

Books: School texts

Scores/Parts: 40

Periodicals: The Etude

Programs/Program Notes: 100 School

LP Discs: 20

78 RPM Discs: 40

Cylinders: 15 Edison

Photographs: 4000+ Not music-specific

Collection is not inventoried or cataloged, merely shelved.

SPECIAL FEATURES:

Small collection of primary school music textbooks; mostly 78 RPM discs
of popular and concert music; 28 rollers for manually operated table model
roller concert organ; Edison cylinders; Columbia Grafanola Mignonett Phonograph.

SERVICES AND FACILITIES (within unit unless noted otherwise):

Reference/Referral (in person)

Photocopiers, Fax

HOURS: Tuesday-Saturday 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m., research by apppointment.

ACCESS: Open to the general public.

HANDICAPPED ACCESS: Yes; entry to building; rest rooms.

STAFF: Prof: 0 ParaProf: .5 Total FTE: .5 + 15 volunteers


WA25

Renton Public Library

100 Mill Ave. South

Renton, WA 98055-2126

425-430-6610

TYPE OF INSTITUTION: Public Library

OPAC: Dynix

HOLDINGS (by title):

Books: 853

Audio Cassettes: 0

Compact Discs: 982

SERVICES AND FACILITIES (within unit unless noted otherwise):

Reference/Referral (in person)

Telephone Reference/Referral

Database Searching

Photocopiers

HOURS: Monday-Thursday 10:00 a.m. – 9:00 p.m, Friday-Saturday 10:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.

ACCESS: Open to the general public.

HANDICAPPED ACCESS: Yes; entry to building; rest rooms.

CIRCULATION: City of Renton residents and King County Library System service area residents.

INTERLIBRARY LOAN: Yes, for Renton residents only.

STAFF: Prof: 5 Paraprof: 8 Pages/Studt Asst: 7.5 Total FTE: 20.5


WA26

Richland Public Library

955 Northgate Drive

Richland WA 99352-3539

Reference 509-942-7457

Circulation 509-942-7455

Fax: 509-942-7447

Lisa Adams, Library Technician 509-942-7458

Kathy Knutson, Reference Librarian 509-942-7457 (desk), 509-942-7446 (office)

Connie Farr, Reference Librarian

Judy McMakin, Technical Services Librarian 509-942-7604

TYPE OF INSTITUTION: Public Library

OCLC: XTW

OPAC: SIRSI

Website: http://www.richland.lib.wa.us

HOLDINGS (volumes):

Books: 2,926 (only 780s)

Periodicals (titles): 6

Audio Cassettes: 19 (only 780s)

Compact Discs: 2,662 (all music, NOT spoken word, sound effects, etc)

Videocassettes: 304 (780s and V-EN musicals)

DVDs: 52

CD Roms: 4

SERVICES AND FACILITIES (within unit unless noted otherwise):

Reference/Referral (in person, over the telephone, email)

Staff-assisted database searching

Photocopiers

Microform readers

Microfilm readers

TV/VCR monitor

Internet access terminals

Satellite dish

HOURS: Monday-Saturday 9:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m., closed Sunday.

ACCESS: Open to the general public.

HANDICAPPED ACCESS: Yes; entry to building, rest rooms, elevator, ADA
Public Access Terminal, wheel chair in entry area.

CIRCULATION: Yes

INTERLIBRARY LOAN: Yes


WA27

Cornish College of the Arts Library

1000 Lenora Street
Seattle, WA 98121

PHONE:  206-726-5041

WEBSITE:  http://www.cornish.edu/academics/library/

HOURS:  http://www.cornish.edu/academics/library/

STAFF CONTACTS:
Hollis Near, Director of Library Services, 206-726-5040,
hnear@cornish.edu

TYPE OF INSTITUTION: College

OPAC: Koha

CATALOG:  http://catalog.cornish.bywatersolutions.com/

CONSORTIA:  Association of Independent Colleges of Art and Design

HOLDINGS:

  • Books on music
  • CDs
  • Streaming Audio
  • LPs
  • DVDs
  • Streaming Video
  • Videos
  • Audio Cassettes
  • Musical Scores
  • Music Periodical Titles

ONLINE DATABASES/INDEXES AVAILABLE FOR PUBLIC USE:

  • ProQuest
  • Oxford Music Online
  • NAXOS Music Library : Classical
  • NAXOS Music Library : Jazz/Blues

SERVICES AND FACILITIES:

  • Public Workstations
  • Listening Equipment
  • Photocopying
  • Video Playback Equipment
  • 33⅓ rpm turntable
  • Analog to digital dubbing station

SPECIAL FEATURES:

Audio and video tapes of Cornish productions for Music and Theater departments. Includes student, faculty, and guest performances.

ACCESS: Open to the general public

CIRCULATION AVAILABLE TO:

  • Students/faculty
  • Staff
  • Alumni may buy an annual library card

INTERLIBRARY LOAN: Yes

STAFF:

  • Librarians: 2
  • Staff: 3.75
  • Pages/Student Assistant: 10

WA28

King County Library System

Service Center

960 Newport Way NW

Issaquah, WA 98027

425-369-3334

Anna Seaberg, Music Librarian, Collection Development 206-684-6634
aseaberg@halcyon.com

Cynthia S. Richardson, Music Sound Recordings Cataloger 425-369-3346 cindyr@kcls.org

TYPE OF INSTITUTION: Public Library

WLN: WaSKC

OCLC: NTG

Dial-in: (206) 382-2166

Modem setting: N-8-1

Telnet address: king.kcls.org

Website: http://www.kcls.org/findit/music.cfm

HOLDINGS related to music (volumes):

Books: 18,280

Periodicals: 40

Scores: 2,266

Audio Cassettes: 99,719

LP Discs: 7,829

Compact Discs: 87,605

Videocassettes: 2,400 Includes juvenile titles

Holdings distributed among 40 libraries.

SPECIAL FEATURES:

Collection strengths include commercial releases on compact disc of
world pop music, opera, music by local and Northwest performers and composers,
and music by women composers.

SERVICES AND FACILITIES:

Reference/Referral (in person) (outside unit)

Telephone reference (outside unit)

Staff-assisted database searching (outside unit)

Public microcomputers (outside unit)

Photocopiers (outside unit)

Microform readers (outside unit)

Microform printers (outside unit)

HOURS: Vary from branch to branch.

ACCESS: Open to the general public

HANDICAPPED ACCESS: Yes; entry to most buildings, rest rooms, TDD (some
branches)

CIRCULATION: Yes

INTERLIBRARY LOAN: Yes; print materials only.

STAFF: Prof: 2 Paraprof: 2 Total FTE: 4


WA29

Seattle Pacific University Library

Music Collection

Seattle Pacific University

Seattle, WA 98119-1997

206-281-2417

Fax: 206-281-2936

Steve Perisho, Theology/Humanities/Fine Arts Librarian, 206-281-2417,
sperisho@sup.edu

TYPE OF INSTITUTION: University

NUC: WaSPC

CONSORTIA: OCA, PSAIL

OPAC: III

HOLDINGS (volumes):

Books: 4,200

Scores/Parts (titles): 4,000

Periodicals (titles): 84

Microforms: 13

Audio Cassettes: 46

LP Discs (titles): 2,350

Compact Discs: 437

Videocassettes: 15

SPECIAL FEATURES:

Special Collections Division contains some 19th and early 20th-century
hymnals. Hymnology overall is a collection strength.

SERVICES AND FACILITIES (within unit unless noted otherwise):

Reference/Referral (in person) (outside unit)

Telephone reference (outside unit)

Staff-assisted database searching (outside unit)

Direct public database searching (outside unit)

Photocopiers (outside unit)

Microform readers (outside unit)

Microform printers (outside unit)

Listening facilities

Videocassette playback equipment (outside unit)

HOURS: Monday-Thursday 7:30 a.m. – 11:00 p.m., Friday 7:30 a.m. – 8:00 p.m., Saturday 12:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m.,
Sunday 3:00 p.m. – 11:00 p.m.

Seattle Pacific University
Library hours

ACCESS: Open to the general public.

HANDICAPPED ACCESS: Yes; entry to building, rest rooms.

CIRCULATION: Yes; students, staff and alumni with validated picture ID, OCA.

INTERLIBRARY LOAN: Yes

STAFF: Prof: 1 Paraprof: Pages/Studt Asst: 0.5 Total FTE: 1.5


WA30

Seattle Public Library

Arts, Recreation, and Literature Department

1000 Fourth Avenue

Seattle, WA 98104-1109

Reference 206-386-4636-ask for Arts

Fax: 206-386-4616

Email: arl@spl.org

Heather McLeland-Wieser, Manager 206-386-4610, heather.mcleland-wieser@spl.org

John Brower, Librarian (music) 206-386-4615

Sheila Knutsen, Librarian (music/dance) 206-386-4615

Bob Tangney, Librarian (music) 206-386-4615

Dean Jensen, Librarian (music, catalog) 206-386-4187

TYPE OF INSTITUTION: Public Library

OPAC: Horizon

HOLDINGS (volumes):

Books: 113,469

Scores/Parts: 21,638

Periodicals-outside unit

Programs/Program Notes

Manuscripts: 200: Local composers

Microforms (periodicals-inside unit)

Audio Cassettes: 2,000 (outside unit-Mobile Branch)

LP Discs: 2,000

Compact Discs: 10,000

Videocassettes

DVDs

Photographs

Vertical files of music subjects including Local musicians.

SPECIAL FEATURES:

KOMO Radio Music Library: 25,000 items, approximately 8,000 pieces of popular sheet music and 17,000
band and orchestra arrangements, dating from 1910s to 1950s, with index.

Coburn collection has 1300-1400 items primarily classical or light classical sheet music.
Some are arrangements of classical pieces.

Maggie Hawthorne Collection of jazz review material.

Manuscript and printed music of around 50 Seattle-area composers, approx.
200 items, 1900-1970, including works by William Bergsma, Lockrem Johnson,
George McKay, Irene Rogers, and Amy Worth.

Scrapbooks of press clippings, over 9 linear feet, including the Seattle
Symphony Orchestra, 1904- , Seattle opera companies, musicians, dancers
and dance companies, 1934- and theater companies.

Program books of Seattle Symphony, Opera, and Ballet companies, and
major orchestras of the United States (some dating pre-1900).

Hymnals, 150 Items, 1920-, including vols. in German and Scandinavian languages.

SERVICES AND FACILITIES (within unit unless noted otherwise):

Reference/Referral (in person)

Telephone reference (Phone main library number and be transferred to unit.)

Email reference

Live Chat-outside unit

Staff-assisted database searching

Direct public database searching

Public microcomputers (Three main configurations: catalog w/subscription databases;
catalog w/subscription databases, Internet, Word and Excel; and MS Word and Excel only.)

Photocopiers (including color copier)

Microform readers and printers (outside unit)

No listening facilities or videocassette/dvd playback equipment.

Two practice rooms, each with a Yamaha Clavinova keyboard.

One performance room (seats up to 20 people); no equipment.

HOURS: Monday-Wednesday 10:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m., Thursday-Saturday 10:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.,
Sunday 1:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.

ACCESS: Open to the general public.

HANDICAPPED ACCESS: Yes; entry to building, rest rooms, TDD. Special
equipment available for visually impaired outside of unit.

CIRCULATION: Yes

INTERLIBRARY LOAN: Yes; print materials only.

STAFF: Prof: 7.03 FTE


WA31

South Seattle Community College

Library

6000 16th Ave. S.W.

Seattle, WA 98106-1401

206-764-5395

Fax: 206-763-5155

Randy Nelson, Librarian 206-768-6405

rnelson@scced.ctc.edu

Diane King, Media Film Clerk 206-764-5384 dking@sccd.ctc.edu

TYPE OF INSTITUTION: Community College

WLN: WaSC-S

OPAC: Voyager

HOLDINGS (titles):

Books: 536

Periodicals: 5

Audio Cassettes: 56

Audio Tapes (reel): 50

LP Discs: 1,000

Compact Discs: 213

Videocassettes: 83

Films: 1

Filmstrips: 21

DVDs: 6

SERVICES AND FACILITIES (within unit unless noted otherwise):

Reference/Referral (in person)

Telephone reference

Staff-assisted database searching

Photocopiers

Microform readers

Microform printers

Listening facilities

Duplication of sound recordings

Videocassette playback equipment

Practice room (outside unit)

Piano (outside unit)

DVD playback equipment

HOURS: Monday-Thursday 7:30 a.m. – 9:00 p.m., Friday 7:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m., Saturday 9:30a.m. – 2:00 p.m.

Summer: Monday-Friday 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

ACCESS: Open to the general public.

HANDICAPPED ACCESS: Yes; entry to building, rest rooms

CIRCULATION: Yes

INTERLIBRARY LOAN: No

STAFF: Prof: 3 Paraprof: 1 Pages/Studt Asst: 1 Total FTE: 5


WA32

University of Washington

Brahms Archive and Research Center

School of Music, Box 353450

Seattle, WA 98195-3450

206-543-0400

George S. Bozarth, Director

TYPE OF INSTITUTION: University, Archives

HOLDINGS (volumes):

Books

Scores/Parts

Periodicals

Microforms

SPECIAL FEATURES:

Microfilm and photocopies of primary musical and documentary sources
for the life and works of Johannes Brahms; secondary literature on Brahms and his circle.

HOURS: By appointment.

ACCESS: Not open to the general public; restricted to scholars and students
undertaking Brahms research and to members of the American Brahms Society.

HANDICAPPED ACCESS: Yes; entry to building, rest rooms.

CIRCULATION: No

INTERLIBRARY LOAN: No


WA33

University of Washington Ethnomusicology Archives

University of Washington
School of Music, Box 353450
Music, Room 41
Seattle, WA 98195-3450

PHONE:  206-543-0974

FAX: 206-616-4098

EMAIL: julius@uw.edu

WEBSITE: http://www.music.washington.edu/ethno/index.php?page=archives

STAFF CONTACTS:

TYPE OF INSTITUTION: Archive

HOURS: By appointment

ACCESS: Open to the general public; all researchers and students welcome.

OPAC/DISCOVERY:  http://www.music.washington.edu/ethno/catalog/search

HOLDINGS:

  • Books on music
  • CDs
  • Streaming Audio
  • LPs
  • DVDs
  • Streaming Video
  • Videos
  • Audio Cassettes
  • Reel to Reel Tapes

SERVICE/FACILITIES:

  • Listening Equipment
  • Video Playback Equipment
  • Reel to Reel Player (available for public use)

SPECIAL FEATURES:

  • Voices of the First People: Audio and Video Recordings from the Vi Hilbert Collection – http://www.music.washington.edu/ethno/hilbert/
  • Ethnomusicology Musical Instrument Collection – http://content.lib.washington.edu/ethnomusicweb/index.html
  • Joe Heaney Collection of approx. 140 hours of sean-nós singer and storyteller Joe Heaney. International collection, mainly field recordings, with strengths in music of East and South Asia, Afghanistan, Sub-Saharan Africa, Eastern Europe, and Central America. Special collections include: Robert Garfias’ field recordings from Burma, Korea, Romania, Mexico, Philippines, etc.; classical and folk music of India; Turkish 78 rpm records; Puget Sound-area Native American songs.

PUBLICATIONS:

  • “An Index to the Songs and Stories in the Joe Heaney Collection: University of Washington Ethnomusicology Archives”

RECORDINGS:

  • ‘Say a Song’: Joe Heaney in the Pacific Northwest – Northwest Archives Recordings NWARCD 001, 1996 (available on compact disc and cassette) co-produced by UW Ethno. Archives and Northwest Folklife.
  • Recordando a Venezuela: Rafael Angel Aparicio y los Hermanos Aparicios – Northwest Folklife Recordings NWARCD 102,1997 (co-produced by UW Ethnomusicology Archives and Northwest Folklife.)
  • Han Madang: Musical Traditions of Korea. Northwest Folklife Recordings NWCD 2001, 2001 (produced by Peter Joon Park for UW Ethnomusicology Archives and Northwest Folklife.)

CIRCULATION:  No

CIRCULATION RESTRICTIONS:  Materials are available for on-site study and research only.

INTERLIBRARY LOAN: No

STAFF: Prof: 1 Pages/Studt Asst: .5 Total FTE: 1.5


WA34

University of Washington Libraries

Manuscripts, Special Collections, and University Archives

Box 352900

Seattle, WA 98195

206-543-1929

Email: mssarch@u.washington.edu

Carla Rickerson, Division Head, 206-543-1929

TYPE OF INSTITUTION: University, Archives

HOLDINGS (volumes):

Scores/Parts

Programs/Program Notes

Manuscripts

Microforms

Audio Cassettes

Audio Tapes (reel)

LP Discs

Videocassettes

Photographs

Personal papers

Organization records

SPECIAL FEATURES:

Includes the following collections:

Adatto, Albert, 1963-1993 (Sephardic researcher). Papers, including his sisters’, Emma Adatto Schlesinger,
and tape recordings of Sephardic songs (26.26 cu.ft.)

Beck, Eleanor Nordhoff, d. 1962. Papers, ca. 1955-65, partly concerning
her volunteer work with the Cornish School of Allied Arts (3 linear ft.)

Bergsma, William (former director of University of Washington School
of Music) Correspondence from 1970-71 (1 folder)

Brinsmead, William (Port Townsend, WA, composer, army bandleader) Papers,
various musical scores (5 in.)

Cornish School of Allied Arts. Records, 1916-81 (39 linear ft.)

Goldfarb, Samuel E., 1891-1978 (composer, musician). Papers, ca. 1914-1972,
including manuscripts, sheet music and recordings of compositions and arrangements
by Goldfarb, music director of Temple de Hirsh in Seattle 1930-1968 and
composer of Jewish songs, liturgical and choral music, and an operetta;
also a 1978 taped interview with Goldfarb (5 linear ft.)

Gray, Maxine Cushing (poet, music critic). Papers, 1930-82, including
taped 1977 interview with Gray discussing Northwest art since 1940 and
taped interview by Gray with Carlisle Floyd for Voice of America in 1970 (2 in.)

Harrington, La Mar (art museum director, arts consultant). Papers, 1974-82,
partly concerning the Northwest Chamber Orchestra and Friends of the Philadelphia
String Quartet (10 linear ft.)

Hartman, Mea. Papers, ca. 1966-72, partly concerning her membership
on the board of New Dimensions in Music, an organization dedicated to the
performance of contemporary music (5 in.)

Hoffman, Abe (composer). Papers, 1927-77, including sheet music, correspondence,
and a 1977 taped interview with Hoffman, brother of Al Hoffman, composer
of popular songs (3 in.)

Irvine, Demar (University of Washington Professor of Music). Collection
of Massenet papers, 1878-1912. Letters, microfilm, transcriptions/translations
of Jules Massenet letters, fragments of music manuscripts (2.5 in.)

Jacobs, Melville (University of Washington Professor of Anthropology).
Papers and field recordings of Northwest Coast Indian music and languages
from the period ca. 1927-50. Access restricted (9 linear feet)

McKay, George Frederick, 1899-1970 (University of Washington Professor
of Music and composer). Papers include manuscripts of both published and
unpublished works from the period 1924-69 (9 linear ft.)

Massenet, Jules, 1842-1912 (French composer). Letters to and from Massenet,
1867-1912 (2 in.)

Music and Art Foundation. Records, 1923-77, of a Seattle organization
founded in 1923 for the support of the arts, particularly for young people.
Founded Seattle Youth Symphony in 1942 and took over ownership and direction
of Cornish School of Allied Arts in 1954. Access restricted (16.5 linear ft.)

New Dimensions in Music. records, ca. 1962-69, of an organization founded
in 1962 by Joan Frank Williams and dedicated to the performance of contemporary
music (3.5 linear ft.)

Nordeen, John (composer). Papers, ca. 1920-68, including sheet music,
songs composed by Nordeen, also known as Fabian Skalbom, a comedian and
burlesque singer in the Swedish language in the 1920s (2.5 linear ft.)

Potjes, Eduoard, 1868-1931 (pianist, composer). Papers, ca. 1917-1931,
including manuscripts of songs and symphonies composed by Potjes in Belgium and Seattle.

Robinson, Earl, 1910-1991 (Composer, musician) Papers, 1928-1991. Correspondence,
published and unpublished music scores, sheet music, song books, reel-to-reel
tapes (including studio masters, demos, informal performances, concerts),
cassette tapes, audiodiscs, drawings, photographs, clippings, memorabilia,
subject series, oral history recordings, video tapes of performances. (ca.
23.3 cu. ft.)(Restrictions on reproduction, quotations, and perfomance)

Rotschy, Edgar (composer). Papers, ca. 1920-57, various music manuscripts
and diaries by a composer living in Southwest Washington (3.5 linear ft.)

Schultz, Cecilia Augspurger. Papers, 1928-66, including programs and
correspondance relating to her career as pianist and manager of the Seattle
Moore Theater. Photographs and 65 scrapbooks in the Special Collections
Division. (5 linear ft.)

Smith, Merle. Collection, 1920-31, sheet music of popular songs by Al
Hoffman and Arthur Fredd (12 items).

Stern, Gustave. Taped interview, 1979, withStern, a German-American
musician who was Music Director for the Seattle Parks Department, choir
director at various synagogues, voice teacher, and opera conductor.

Tonning, Gerard, 1860-1940 (composer). Papers, ca. 1900-40, music manuscripts
by Tonning, a Norwegian-American who resided in Seattle and New York (5
linear ft.)

University of Washington Music School. Departmental records including
scrapbooks, photographs, and concert programs ca. 1912-1978 (30.5 linear ft.)

Walling, John (Seattle composer). Papers, ca. 1902-19, music manuscripts
of choral works, piano pieces and an opera (1.5 linear ft.)

Weeks, Harold T. (Seattle composer and publisher). Papers, ca. 1910-66,
including correspondance and sheet music of popular songs by Weeks (4 linear ft.)

Wehr, Wesley (artist, composer). Papers, ca. 1945-83, including correspondance
with Ned Rorem and photocopies of music composed by Mark Tobey. Partially
restricted (6 linear ft.)

Weiss, Howard (ethnomusicologist). Papers, 1947-81 (bulk 1980-81), tape
recordings of Sephardic songs recorded in Seattle in 1980-81, a recorded
1980 radio program on the Seattle Sephardic community, indexes and research
files compiled by Weiss and Michele Shallon. (Partially restricted)

Whittlesey, Walter B., 1886-1959 (composer, organist). Papers, various
music manuscripts (5 in.)

Wood, Carl Paige (University of Washington professor of music and composer).
Papers including manuscripts, published compositions, and writings on music
from the period ca. 1915-1940 (2 linear ft.)

SERVICES AND FACILITIES (within unit unless noted otherwise):

Reference/Referral (in person)

Telephone reference

Photocopiers

Microform readers

Microform printers

Listening facilities (outside unit)

Duplication of sound recordings (outside unit/some formats)

Videocassette playback equipment (outside unit)

Video disc playback equipment (outside unit)

HOURS: Monday-Friday 10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. (except holidays)

Intersessions: Hours may vary.

ACCESS: Open to the general public; individual collections may have special restrictions

HANDICAPPED ACCESS: Yes; entry to building, restrooms


WA35

University of Washington Music Library

Box 353450
Seattle, WA 98195

PHONE:  206-543-1168, 206-543-1159 (Listening Center)

EMAIL: musiclib@u.washington.edu

STAFF CONTACTS:

  • Judy Tsou, Head, Music Library 206-685-3140, jstsou@uw.edu
  • Verletta Kern, Music Outreach Services Librarian, 206-543-1159, vkern@uw.edu
  • John R. Gibbs, Special Projects Librarian, Music Library  gibbs@u.washington.edu,
  • Deborah L. Pierce, Reference Librarian, Odegaard Library 206-543-4425 dpierce@u.washington.edu,
  • Catherine Gerhart, Music/Media Cataloging Librarian 206-685-2827 gerhart@u.washington.edu

TYPE OF INSTITUTION: University

WEBSITE: http://www.lib.washington.edu/music

HOURS:  http://www.lib.washington.edu/about/hours/music

WLN: WaU OCLC: WaU NUC: WaU RAMH: WaU

RISM: US-Su

OPAC: ExLibris

WEB:  http://alliance-primo.hosted.exlibrisgroup.com/primo_library/libweb/action/search.do?vid=UW/a>

HOLDINGS:

  • Books on music
  • CDs
  • Streaming Audio
  • LPs
  • DVDs
  • Streaming Video
  • Videos
  • Audio Cassettes
  • Musical Scores
  • Sheet Music
  • Music Manuscripts
  • Music Periodical Titles
  • Music Microforms
  • Reel to Reel Tapes

ONLINE INDEXES/DATABASES AVAILABLE FOR PUBLIC USE:

  • RILM
  • Music Index
  • Oxford Music Online
  • Grove Music Online
  • JSTOR
  • RIPM
  • Naxos Music Library
  • Naxos Music Library Jazz
  • Smithsonian Global Sound
  • DRAM
  • Classical Music Library
  • Naxos Video Library
  • Opera in Video
  • Garland Encyclopedia of World Music
  • Baker’s Dictionary of Music & Musicians

PRINT INDEXES:

  • RISM
  • Music Index

SPECIAL FEATURES:

  • Hazel G. Kinscella Collection of early American hymnals and tune books; a collection of early opera scores
  • Eric Offenbacher Collection of early recordings of the vocal music of Mozart
  • Melvin Harris Collection of early recordings of performances on wind instruments

SERVICES AND FACILITIES:

  • Public Workstations
  • Listening Equipment
  • Video Playback Equipment
  • Compositional Software (Finale)
  • BookScan Station

ACCESS: Open to the general public.

CIRCULATION: Yes

INTERLIBRARY LOAN: Yes

PUBLICATIONS: Music Library News & Information

STAFF:

  • 1.5 Librarians
  • 2 Staff
  • 8 Pages/Students

WA36

Northwest Museum of Arts and Culture/Eastern Washington State Historical Society

Special Collections

West 2316 First Ave.

Spokane, WA 99204

Phone: 509-456-3931

Fax: 509-456-7690

Scan: 545-3931

Email: karend@ztc.net

Website: http://www.northwestmuseum.org

Karen DeSeve, Curator of Special Collections (retired), position currently being filled

TYPE OF INSTITUTION: Historical Society

WLN: WaSpHiE

HOLDINGS (titles):

Scores/Parts: 300 Popular sheet music of regional and historical interest

Programs/Program Notes: Concert and theater programs

Manuscripts: 8 collections Relate to history of musical activities in the area

Photographs:125 Local and regional

SPECIAL FEATURES:

Collection strength is history of the Inland Northwest and the city
of Spokane. Some manuscripts contain information on musical activities
in the area — concerts, home musical entertainment, etc. Includes a record
book listing the performing artists brought to Spokane by the Spokane Community
Concerts Association, 1934-1974. 9.1 feet of Spokane Symphony manuscript material, 1917-1995.

SERVICES AND FACILITIES (within unit unless noted otherwise):

Reference/Referral (in person), by appointment

Telephone reference

Photocopiers

Microform readers

HOURS:

Tuesday-Friday 1:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.

ACCESS: By appointment.


WA37

Gonzaga University

Foley Center

502 E. Borne Ave.

Spokane, WA 99258-0095

Reference 509-323-5931

Special Collections 509-323-3822

Fax: 509-484-2804

Linda Pierce, Head of Public Services, pierce@gonzaga.edu,

Eileen Bell-Garrison, Director, bellgarrison@gonzaga.edu,

Stephanie Plowman, Special Collections Librarian, plowman@gonzaga.edu

Contact: John Spencer, Reference Department,
spencer@gonzaga.edu

TYPE OF INSTITUTION: University

WLN: NUC: WaSpG

OPAC: Endeavor

Website: foley.gonzaga.edu

HOLDINGS (volumes):

Books: 2200

Periodicals (titles): 49

Scores/Parts: 837

LP Discs: 0

Compact Discs: 508

Videocassettes: 180

SPECIAL FEATURES:

The Crosbyana Collection of recordings, gold records, photographs, academy
award, and other memorabilia relating to Bing Crosby.

SERVICES AND FACILITIES (within unit unless noted otherwise):

Reference/Referral (in person) (outside unit)

Telephone reference (outside unit)

Direct public database searching

Classical music library (online database)

Photocopiers (outside unit)

Microform readers (outside unit)

Microform printers (outside unit)

Listening facilities

Videocassette playback equipment

Video disc playback equipment

HOURS: Vary with school session. Monday-Thursday 8:00 a.m. – 12:00 midnight, Friday 8:00 a.m. – 9:00 p.m.,
Saturday 9:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
Sunday 11:00 a.m. – 12:00 midnight

ACCESS: Open to the general public.

HANDICAPPED ACCESS: Yes; entry to building, rest rooms, TDD.

CIRCULATION: Yes

INTERLIBRARY LOAN: No

STAFF: Prof: 15 Paraprof: 18 Pages/Studt Asst: 45 Total FTE: 45


WA38

Holy Names Music Center

West 3910 Custer Drive

Spokane WA 99204

509-326-9516

Ray Krebs, Librarian 509-326-9516;

John A. Morgan, Executive Director, john@hnmc.org, 509-326-9516

Email: music@hnmc.org

Website: www.hnmc.org

TYPE OF INSTITUTION: Music Center — from Fort Wright College of the Holy Names (dissolved)

HOLDINGS (volumes):

Books: 366

Scores/Parts: 13,614

Periodicals: 2 current titles; also extensive holdings of earlier music journals

LP Discs: 6,670

78 RPM Discs: Less than 1% of holdings

School music grades K-8

SPECIAL FEATURES:

Williams Collection (piano scores).

SERVICES AND FACILITIES (within unit unless noted otherwise):

Reference/Referral (in person)Tuesday, Thursday mornings.

Telephone reference Tuesday, Thursday mornings

Photocopiers

Listening facilities

Duplication of sound recordings

Studios – practice rooms

Pianos

Recital Hall

HOURS: Monday-Friday 9:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m., Other hours (Saturdays & evenings) by appointment with Director.

ACCESS: Open to the general public by appointment.

HANDICAPPED ACCESS: One ground level entrance, but no access to floors housing holdings.

CIRCULATION: No

INTERLIBRARY LOAN: No

STAFF: Prof:.16 Paraprof: Pages/Studt Asst: Total FTE:.16


WA39

Spokane County Library District Administrative Offices

4322 N. Argonne Rd.

Spokane, WA 99212-1868

509-924-4122

Fax: 509-928-4157

Andrea Sharps, Collection Services Manager, 509-924-4122

David Girshick, Technical Services Manager, 509-924-4122

Ellen Miller, Manager Region II, 509-926-6283

Linda Dunham, Manager Region I, 509-467-5250

TYPE OF INSTITUTION: Public Library

CONSORTIA: None

OPAC: SIRSI e-Library

WEB: www.scld.org

HOLDINGS:

Audio books on cassette and cd

Books

Compact Discs

Videocassettes

DVD videos

SERVICES AND FACILITIES (outside unit unless noted otherwise):

Reference/Referral (in person)

Telephone reference

Staff-assisted database searching

Direct public database searching

Photocopiers

Microform readers (Spokane Valley Library only)

Microform printers (Spokane Valley Library only)

Web catalog reference

Email reference

HOURS: Spokane Valley Library and North Spokane Library:
Monday-Wednesday 10:00 a.m. – 9:00 p.m., Thursday 10:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.,
Friday 1:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m., Saturday 10:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.

ACCESS: Open to the general public.

HANDICAPPED ACCESS: Yes, entry to the building, rest rooms.

CIRCULATION: Yes

INTERLIBRARY LOAN: Yes, print materials only.


WA40

Whitworth College

Music Collection

Harriet Cheney Cowles Memorial Library

Spokane, WA 99251 0901

509-777-3260

Fax: 509-777-3221

Hans Bynasle, Library Director, Music Coordinator,

Virgil A. Dedas, Coordinator of Technical Services and Automation,

Jeanette Langston, Bibliographic Specialist

TYPE OF INSTITUTION: College

OCLC: WTV

CONSORTIA: Washington-Idaho Network (WIN)

OPAC: Endeavor Voyager

Website: www.whitworth.edu/library

HOLDINGS (by title):

Books: 3,233

Scores/Parts: 5,276

Periodicals: 22

Audio Cassettes: 20

LP Discs: 1,376

Compact Discs: 1,935

SERVICES AND FACILITIES (outside unit unless noted otherwise):

Reference/Referral (in person)

Telephone reference

Public microcomputers

Photocopiers

Microform readers

Microform printers

Listening facilities

Videocassette playback equipment

HOURS: Monday-Thursday 7:45 a.m. – midnight, Friday 7:45 a.m. – 5:30 p.m., Saturday 9:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.,
Sunday 1:30 p.m. – midnight

Summer: Monday-Thursday 8:00 a.m. – 10:00 p.m., Friday 8:00a.m.-7:00p.m.

ACCESS: Open to the general public.

HANDICAPPED ACCESS: Yes; entry to building, rest rooms.

CIRCULATION: Books and scores only, not recordings.

INTERLIBRARY LOAN: Books and scores only, not recordings.


WA41

Sumner Ryan House Museum

1228 Main Street

P.O. Box 517

Sumner, WA 98390

253-863-2670

Vicki Connor, President, Sumner Historical Society

TYPE OF INSTITUTION: Museum

HOLDINGS (volumes):

Books: 25

78 RPM Discs: 200

Sheet music: 200

SPECIAL FEATURES:

Steinway square grand piano, 1864; 2 pump organs; 1 graphanola; 1 Victor victrola, 1918

Old sheet music (about 200) including a large bound volume of sheet music printed before 1875

SERVICES AND FACILITIES (within unit unless noted otherwise):

Reference/Referral (in person)

Microform readers

Piano

HOURS: April-October and December: Saturday, Sunday 1:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.

ACCESS: Open to the general public.

HANDICAPPED ACCESS: No


WA42

Pierce County Library

3005 112th Street East

Tacoma, WA 98446-2215

253-536-6500

A/V 253-536-6500, x145

Fax: 253-537-1809

Sharon Ufer, Collection Services Manager 253-536-6500, x166

TYPE OF INSTITUTION:Public Library

OCLC: RLS

OPAC: Polaris

Web address: www.pcl.lib.wa.us

HOLDINGS (volumes):

Books: 921,011

Periodicals: 80,949

Audio Cassettes: 1,000

Compact Discs: 35,422

Videocassettes: 64,695

Talking Books: 30,163

DVD: 14,000

SPECIAL FEATURES:

Collection strengths: Contemporary sacred music.

SERVICES AND FACILITIES (within unit unless noted otherwise):

Reference/Referral (in person)

Telephone reference

Staff-assisted database searching (outside unit)

Direct public database searching (outside unit)

Photocopiers (outside unit)

Microform readers (outside unit)

Microform printers (outside unit)

Videocassette playback equipment (in some meeting rooms)

HOURS: Varies by branch. Two largest reference centers: Monday-Wednesday 10:00 a.m. – 9:00 p.m,
Thursday-Friday 10:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.,

Saturday 10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

ACCESS: Open to the general public.

HANDICAPPED ACCESS: Yes; entry to building, restrooms, TDD

CIRCULATION: Yes

INTERLIBRARY LOAN: Yes; print materials only.


WA43

Tacoma Community College Library

5900 S. 12th Street

Tacoma, WA 98465

206-566-5087

Language Listening Lab 206-566-5098

Media Services 206-566-5095

Reference 206-566-5134

Fax: 206-566-5181

Email: bsproat@tcc.tacoma.ctc.edu

Oanh Tran, Listening Lab Technician 566-5098 otran@tcc.tacoma.ctc.edu,

Judy Powell, Media Services Technician 566-5095 jpowell@tcc.tacoma.ctc.edu,

Becky Sproat, Librarian 566-6028 bsproat@tcc.tacoma.ctc.edu

TYPE OF INSTITUTION: Community College

WLN: OCLC: Z95

CONSORTIA: OCLC

OPAC: Horizon

Website: http://www.tacoma.ctc.edu/library

HOLDINGS (titles):

Scores/Parts: 200

Periodicals: 7

Compact Discs: 70

Videocassettes: 15

Films: 8

SPECIAL FEATURES: “This is not a major music resource; it’s just part of our general collection.”

SERVICES AND FACILITIES (within unit unless noted otherwise):

Reference/Referral (in person)

Telephone reference

Staff-assisted database searching

Direct Public database searching

Photocopiers

Microform readers

Microform printers

Listening facilities

Duplication of sound recordings

Videocassette playback equipment

Practice rooms

Piano

HOURS: Monday-Thursday 8:00 a.m.- 8:30 p.m., Friday 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m., Saturday 11:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Summer: Hours vary. Intersessions: Closed to public, staff usually on hand.

ACCESS: Open to the general public; A/V and listening lab give precedence to students.

HANDICAPPED ACCESS: Yes; entry to building, rest rooms

CIRCULATION: Yes; print materials only.

INTERLIBRARY LOAN: Yes; print materials only.

STAFF: Prof: 5 Paraprof: 4 Total FTE: 9


WA44

Tacoma Public Library

1102 Tacoma Ave. S.

Tacoma, WA 98407

253-591-5666

Fax: 253-627-1693

Jenny Hartley, Reference Librarian (Classical recordings, music scores and books),

Lara Welgand, Reference Librarian (Popular recordings)

TYPE OF INSTITUTION: Public Library

HOLDINGS (titles):

Books

Scores/Parts

Periodicals

Audio Cassettes: 250 Children’s/ 600 Christmas

Compact Discs: 15,000

Videocassettes/DVDs: 400

SPECIAL FEATURES:

A very large collection of classical recordings; sheet music index of
songs from anthologies with a sheet music file for many of these songs.

SERVICES AND FACILITIES (within unit unless noted otherwise):

Reference/Referral (in person)

Telephone reference

Public microcomputers

Photocopiers

Microform readers

Microform printers

Listening facilities

Videocassette playback equipment

HOURS: Monday-Thursday 9:00 a.m. – 9:00 p.m.; Friday-Saturday 9:00 a.m. – 6:00p.m.

ACCESS: Open to the general public.

HANDICAPPED ACCESS: Yes; entry to building, rest rooms, TDD.

CIRCULATION: Yes

INTERLIBRARY LOAN: Yes; print materials only.

STAFF: Prof: 2 Total FTE: 2


WA45

Washington State Historical Society

Special Collections Division

315 N. Stadium Way

Tacoma, WA 98403

206-597-3642

Fax: 206-597-4186

Scan: 462-3642

Joy Werlink, Assistant Curator, Manuscripts,

Elaine Miller, Assistant Curator, Photographs

TYPE OF INSTITUTION: Historical Society

NUC: WaHi

HOLDINGS (titles):

Sheet music: 400 : Popular, Washington theme

Manuscripts: 40

LP Discs: 10

78 rpm Discs: 50

Cylinders: 20

Photographs: 50

SERVICES AND FACILITIES (within unit unless noted otherwise):

Reference/Referral (in person) By appointment

Telephone reference Limited

Photocopiers

Microform readers

Microform printers

HOURS: Tuesday-Thursday 1:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.

ACCESS: Open to the general public by appointment, fragile items restricted.

HANDICAPPED ACCESS: Yes; entry to building, rest rooms.

STAFF: Prof: 2.5 Paraprof:.5 Total FTE: 3


WA46

Clark County Historical Museum

1511 Main Street

Vancouver, WA 98660

phone: 360-993-5679

Fax: 360-993-5683

Email: cchm@pacifier.com

Website: www.cchmuseum.org

Susan Tissot, Museum Director

TYPE OF INSTITUTION: Museum, Historical Society, Research Library

HOLDINGS (titles):

Books

Sheet music: 1,000

Periodicals

Videocassettes

SPECIAL FEATURES:

Vocal and instrumental sheet music; school and church music books. One encomium, two
organs, two victrolas, two Edison machines with 100 wax playing tapes, and several music boxes.

Building is currently not accessible and will undergo construction in Feb. 2006 to reopen Fall 2006.

HOURS: Tuesday-Saturday 11:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

ACCESS: Open to the general public

HANDICAPPED ACCESS: No

STAFF: 2.5 FTE and volunteers (currently no professional librarian on staff)


WA 47

Vashon/Maury Island Heritage Association

P.O. Box 723

Vashon, WA 98070

206-463-7808

TYPE OF INSTITUTION: Historical Society

HOLDINGS:

Photographs

SPECIAL FEATURES:

Limited amount of memorabilia regarding local bands, orchestras, and
school musicians; one piece of sheet music,”Vashon Island Moon” by Lena
Davis (1933). Phonograph record, “The Egg and I”, vocal by Dinah Shore.

This information still reflects the nature of the local material in the collection.
There are a few other local music artists that are also included. Danny O’Keefe,
“Good Time Charley Has Got the Blues”, etc. Newly renovated museum to be opening in 2003.
Facility and archives still in progress, set-up phase.

HOURS: Wednesday and Saturday-1:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m.

HANDICAPPED ACCESS: Yes


WA48

Walla Walla Community College

Library

500 Tausick Way

Walla Walla, WA 99362

509-527-4294

Reference 509-527-4568

Fax: 509-527-4480

Email: jim.rice@wwcc.edu

Jim Rice, Reference Librarian

TYPE OF INSTITUTION: Community College

WLN: WaWWC

OPAC: Endeavor Voyager

HOLDINGS (titles):

Books: 1200

Periodicals: 4

Compact Discs: 1500

Videocassettes: 200

SERVICES AND FACILITIES (within unit unless noted otherwise):

Reference/Referral (in person) (outside unit)

Telephone reference (outside unit)

Staff-assisted database searching (outside unit)

Photocopiers

Microform readers

Microform printers

Listening facilities

Videocassette playback equipment

DVD equipment

HOURS: Monday-Thursday 7:30 a.m. – 9:00 p.m., Friday 7:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m., Sunday 1:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.

ACCESS: Open to the general public.

HANDICAPPED ACCESS: Yes; entry to building, rest rooms.

CIRCULATION: Yes; print materials only.

INTERLIBRARY LOAN: Yes; print materials only.


WA 49

Whitman College

Hall of Music: Listening Center/Library

Walla Walla, WA 99362-2036

509-527-5241

Fax: 509-527-5761

Leila M. Lynch, Supervisor, Music Listening Center 527-5241

TYPE OF INSTITUTION: College

WLN: WaWW

HOLDINGS (titles):

Books (volumes): 118

Scores/Parts: 4,411

Audio Cassettes: 141

Audio Tapes (reel): 58

LP Discs: 7,025

78 RPM Discs: 827

Compact Discs: 180

Videocassettes: 45

Music Theater Sheet Music: 258

SERVICES AND FACILITIES (within unit unless noted otherwise):

Reference/Referral (in person)

Telephone reference

Staff-assisted database searching (at Whitman College Library)

Direct public database searching (at Whitman College Library)

Public microcomputers (at Whitman College Library)

Photocopiers (at Whitman College Library)

Microform readers (at Whitman College Library)

Microform printers (at Whitman College Library)

Listening facilities

Duplication of sound recordings

Videocassette playback equipment

Piano practice rooms (outside unit)

Sound synthesis studio (outside unit)

Audio booth (outside unit)

HOURS: Monday-Thursday 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m., Monday-Wednesday 7:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m., Friday 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.,

Saturday-Sunday 1:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.

Closed summers and intersessions.

ACCESS: Not open to the general public.

HANDICAPPED ACCESS: Yes; entry to building, rest rooms.

CIRCULATION: Yes, but only to professors and students with professor’s permission.

INTERLIBRARY LOAN: No

STAFF: Paraprof: 1 Pages/Studt Asst: 7 Total FTE: 8


WA50

Yakima Valley Museum

2105 Tieton Dr.

Yakima, WA 98902

509-248-0747

Fax: 509-453-4890

Mike Siebol, Curator of Collections

TYPE OF INSTITUTION: Museum, Historical Society

Website: http://yakimavalleymuseum.org

HOLDINGS (volumes):

Books (titles): 20+

Sheet music: 4 cu. ft. (3 apple boxes)

Programs/Program Notes: Local symphony and concert programs

Photographs: 100+

SERVICES AND FACILITIES (within unit unless noted otherwise):

Reference/Referral (in person)

Telephone Reference/Referral

Photocopiers

Duplication of Sound Recordings (outside unit)

Videocassette playback equipment (outside unit)

HOURS: Monday-Friday 10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m., Saturday-Sunday 12:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.

ACCESS: Open to the general public.

HANDICAPPED ACCESS: Yes; entry to building, rest rooms

STAFF: Prof: 1 Total FTE: 1


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