It is the goal of the Company to ensure that research materials unique to the archives in the Museum of Fife & Drum are made available to the community. It will be a multi-year project to digitize these holdings, and because of their breadth any digitization will be prioritized to ensure those items that are most specific to the Company of Fifers & Drummers or that are unique to the collection are presented first. The Archives Committee will work with members to service requests for access to information where possible.
Fife and Drum
|The Sons of Liberty||The Sons of Liberty, 1952||1952|
|Art Ferrante Tapes|| |
Tape 1 - Appears to be from a competition or muster as there are a variety of groups featured.
Tape 2 - Art Ferrante, Tony Clemente, Pete Holler are playing Fife; Al "Duke" Terreri is the Drummer.
|F5, date unknown. F9, 1965|
|Frank Fancher Album||Frank Fancher||1960|
|Eric Perrilloux Recordings||Eric Perrilloux||Multiple|
|Ed Olsen Interview||Art Schrader||Nov. 23, 1989|
|Old Sturbridge Village Meeting||Bonnie Wade (Brown Univ.), Debbie Waldman (Brown Univ.), Ed Olsen, Art Schrader (OSV), Joe Tatter (Mariners)||1974-1975|