Guide to the LaVerna Kimbrough Papers 1923-1971
Cage .5119

Summary Information

Manuscripts, Archives, and Special Collections, Washington State University Libraries
Kimbrough, LaVerna E.
LaVerna Kimbrough Papers
Cage .5119
Date [inclusive]
.05 linear feet 1 folder.
Collection materials are in English.
Papers of LaVerna Kimbrough, associate professor of music at Washington State University.

Preferred Citation

LaVerna Kimbrough Papers, 1923-1971 (Cage 5119); Manuscripts, Archives, and Special Collections; Washington Stater University Libraries; Pullman, WA.

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LaVerna Askin Kimbrough (1887-1974) joined the Washington State University faculty in 1921 as an instructor of voice, and remained on the music faculty until her retirement as an associate professor in 1952. She married Herbert Kimbrough, Dean of the School of Music and Fine Arts, in 1923.

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Scope and Content

Papers of LaVerna E. Kimbrough, including memorabilia (her wedding invitation, at-home card, and a lock of hair); documents related to the will of her husband, Herbert Kimbrough; and a file of documents related to copyright in musical works she authored, primarily "My Co-ed."

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Administrative Information

Publication Information

Manuscripts, Archives, and Special Collections, Washington State University Libraries 2018-09-17

Terrell Library

P.O. Box 645610

Pullman, WA, 99164-5610 USA


Restrictions on Access

This collection is open and available for research use.

Restrictions on Use

Copyright restrictions may apply.

Acquisition Information

This collection was transferred to Manuscripts, Archives, and Special Collections from the Kemble Stout Music Listening Library in 2018 (MS.2018.08).

Processing Information

Cheryl Gunselman processed this collection in 2018.

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Related Materials

Related Material

"My Co-ed," circa 1910s (music manuscript; Cage 4731).

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Controlled Access Headings

Corporate Name(s)

  • Washington State University--Faculty--Archives.


  • Music

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