[Footnotes]

[Footnotes]
2
Los Angeles Evening Express, 1 November 1912, pp. 4, 8
1 November
4
Los Angeles Evening Express
1912
Los An- geles Times
Los Angeles Times
Express (Frank Colby)
Mu- nicipal News (Alfred A. Butler)
Municipal News
Graphic (W. Francis Gates)
Graphic
California Outlook, and the monthly Pacific Coast Musician (Colby and Gates)
California Outlook, and the monthly Pacific Coast Musician
3
Katherine Philips Edson (1870-1932)
Katherine Philips Edson
1932
Charles Farwell Edson, Jr., and Katharane Edson Mershon, Katherine Philips Edson Remembered, Jacqueline R. Braitman, interviewer (Oral History program, University of California, Los Angeles, copyright 1987)
Edson
Katherine Philips Edson Remembered, Jacqueline R. Braitman
1987
Braitman, "A California Stateswoman: The Public Career of Katherine Philips Edson," California History: The Maga- zine of the California Historical Society 65 (1986), 82-95, 151-52.
Braitman
A California Stateswoman: The Public Career of Katherine Philips Edson
82
65
California History: The Magazine of the California Historical Society
1986
4
Charles Farwell Edson (1864-1936)
The Stranger (Los Angeles, 1930)
The Stranger
1930
5
Express, 11 November 1912, p. 3.
11 November
3
Express
1912
6
California Outlook, 21 January 1912, pp. 8-9
21 January
8
California Outlook
1912
8
Charles Lee Bagley, "History of the Band and Orchestra Business in Los Angeles," published serially in The Overture: Official Journal of the Musicians' Mutual Protective Association, Local 47, A.F. of M. beginning in 1921
Bagley
47
The Overture: Official Journal of the Musicians' Mutual Protective Association
1921
August 1931
April 1932
9
"Inventing Tradition: Symphony and Opera in Progressive-Era Los Angeles," paper read at the Rocky Mountain Chapter of the American Studies Association, 9 March 1992
Inventing Tradition: Symphony and Opera in Progressive-Era Los Angeles
Rocky Mountain Chapter of the American Studies Association 9 March 1992
1992
10
"The aim of the People's orchestra is to give Los Angeles soloists an opportunity of playing and singing with orchestral accompaniment" (Express, 9 No- vember 1912, p. 3)
9 November
3
The aim of the People's orchestra is to give Los Angeles soloists an opportunity of playing and singing with orchestral accompaniment
1912
11
Express, 11 November 1912, p. 3.
13
Richard Hofstadter, The Age of Reform: From Bryan to FDR (New York, 1955)
Hofstadter
The Age of Reform: From Bryan to FDR
1955
Robert Glass Cleland, Cali- fornia in Our Time, 1900-1940 (New York, 1947)
Cleland
California in Our Time
1947
George E. Mowry, The California Progressives (Berkeley and Los Angeles, 1951)
Mowry
The California Progressives
1951
California Out- look (26 September 1914, p. 3)
26 September
3
California Outlook
1914
14
Graphic, 26 November 1904, p. 10
26 November
10
Graphic
1904
15
Pacific Coast Musical Review (hereafter PCMR)
Pacific Coast Musical Review
Edgar Lee Kirk, Toward American Music: A Study of the Life and Music of Arthur George Farwell (Ph.D. diss., University of Rochester, 1958)
16
Dana W. Bartlett, The Better City: A Sociological Study of a Modern City (Los Angeles, 1907) p. 27
Bartlett
27
The Better City: A Sociological Study of a Modern City
1907
chap. 2, "The City Beautiful," pp. 27-50
chap. 2
27
The City Beautiful
17
Charles Farwell Edson, "The City Beautiful," California Outlook, 23 October 1909, p. 12
Edson
23 October
12
California Outlook
1909
20 November 1909, p. 13
Charles Mulford Robinson, The City Beautiful, Together with Plans and Pictures Il- lustrative of His Subject: Fifty Million Dollars for Im- provements . .. Report of the Municipal Art Commission for the City of Los Angeles (Los Angeles [publ. for the Mu- nicipal Art Commission by William J. Porter], 1909)
Robinson
The City Beautiful, Together with Plans and Pictures Illustrative of His Subject: Fifty Million Dollars for Improvements . .. Report of the Municipal Art Commission for the City of Los Angeles
1909
n. 39 below
19
PCMR, 14 November 1908, p. 8
20
PCMR, 7 November 1908, p. 11
21
Los Angeles Times, 24 January 1909
24 January
Los Angeles Times
1909
PCMR, 30 January 1909, pp. 3-4
22
Los Angeles City Archives, Box B-2420
Los Angeles City Archives
Munic- ipal Music, June 22, 1909-April 25, 1910
June 22
Municipal Music
1910
23
"Music in the City's Life," speech by L. E. Behymer to the City Club, 14 August 1909
14 August
Music in the City's Life
1909
Cali- fornia Outlook, 21 August 1909, p. 7
21 August
7
California Outlook
1909
24
PCMR, 7 Jan- uary 1911, p. 6
25
Final Calendar of Legislative Business 1909: Thirty- eighth Session (Sacramento, 1909)
Final Calendar of Legislative Business 1909: Thirtyeighth Session
1909
26
MTA, 27 December 1910.
27
MTA, 26 January 1911
Final Calendar of Legislative Business (Sacramento, 1911; 1913)
Final Calendar of Legislative Business
1913
28
MTA, 23 May 1912
29
MTA, 6 June 1913
30
MTA, 6 June
31
"The People's Orchestra and Its Program," California Outlook, 20 September 1913, p. 11
20 September
11
California Outlook
1913
33
MTA, 26 June 1913
34
MTA, 28 October 1913
35
MTA, 4 November 1913
36
David Glassberg, American Historical Pageantry: The Uses of Tradition in the Early Twentieth Century (Chapel Hill, 1990)
Glassberg
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1990
Lawrence W. Levine, Highbrow/Lowbrow: The Emergence of Cultural Hierarchy in America (Cambridge, Mass., 1988)
Levine
Highbrow/Lowbrow: The Emergence of Cultural Hierarchy in America
1988
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May
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1980
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Peiss
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1986
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Rosenzweig
Eight Hours for What We Will: Workers and Leisure in an Industrial City
1983
37
Michael Broyles, "Music and Class Structure in Ante- bellum Boston," Journal of the American Musicological Society 44 (1991), 451-9310.2307/831646
451
38
Henry J. Harris, "The Occupation of Musician in the United States," Musical Quarterly 1 (1915), 299-31110.2307/737852
299
40
Express, 9 November 1912, p. 3.
41
"Sends Warning to Eastern Managers / L. E. Behymer Calls a Halt on Overcrowding Western Territory with Mu- sical Artists," Musical America, 12 July 1913, p. 1
12 July
1
Musical America
1913
19 July 1913, p. 16
42
California Outlook, 14 September 1912, p. 14.
14 September
14
California Outlook
1912
43
Report of the State Recreational Inquiry Committee, 28 September 1914 (Sacramento, 1914), pp. 11-13, 55.
11
Report of the State Recreational Inquiry Committee
1914
44
Levine, High brow/Lowbrow, p. 229
Levine
229
High brow/Lowbrow
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Hobsbawm
Introduction: Inventing Traditions
1
The Invention of Tradition
1983
Hob- sbawm's essay in the same collection, "Mass-Producing Traditions: Europe, 1870-1914," pp. 263-307
Hobsbawm's essay in the same collection
263
Mass-Producing Traditions: Europe
1914
45
Levine, Highbrow/Lowbrow, p. 229.
Levine
229
Highbrow/Lowbrow
46
United States Bureau of the Census, Occupations of the Twelfth Census (Washington, D.C., 1904), 590-93
United States Bureau of the Census
590
Occupations of the Twelfth Census
1904
47
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