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University orchestra, The University of Iowa, March 10, 1937
A choir singing in the Iowa High School Music Festival in the Armory, The University of Iowa, May 7, 1926
University orchestra and chorus assembled for performance of Childhood of Christ by Hector Berlioz, The University of Iowa, December 25, 1923
University Orchestra concert for Easter, Iowa Memorial Union, The University of Iowa, April 1935
Featured composition was Chant of darkness by Philip Greeley Clapp, director of the School of Music from 1932 until 1953.
Music faculty, The University of Iowa, 1930s
Philip G. Clapp, longtime director of School of Music, is front row, 3rd from right.
Summer session music faculty, The University of Iowa, 1933
All-State summer appreciation with P.G. Clapp playing piano in Macbride Auditorium, The University of Iowa, 1930
The Iowa All-State Music Festival is a state-wide selective festival for instrumental and choral high school musicians of Iowa. Philip Greeley Clapp was longtime director of School of Music.
Iowa High School Music Festival choir in Armory directed by P. G. Clapp, The University of Iowa, 1926
The Iowa All-State Music Festival is a state-wide selective festival for instrumental and choral high school musicians of Iowa.
Correspondence between University of Iowa Electrical Engineering Prof. E.B. Kurtz and Dept. of Music Prof. P.G. Clapp, October 4, 1941
Offer to return piano to music department, as it is no longer needed by now-defunct television service.
Fine Arts Festival, University of Iowa, July 13-17, 1941
Festival included: panel discussions featuring Lester D. Longman, Thomas Wood Stevens, Arnold Small, Philip Greeley Clapp, Fletcher Martin, W. D. Coder, E. C. Mabie, Thompson Stone, Horst Janson; exhibition of contemporary art of seventy-nine…