- Scope and Contents
The Stoeckel Family Papers consist primarily of Carl Stoeckel's typed reminiscences of visits made by Jean Sibelius and Samuel Coleridge-Taylor to the Stoeckel Family Estate in Norfolk, CT. Additional writings about Sibelius, by Olin Downes and Karl Ekman, are also included. The Papers also hold a small number of letters between members of the Stoeckel Family and Horatio Parker, David Stanley Smith, and Eva J. O'Meara, as well as a biographical sketch of Robbins Battell Stoeckel and a copy of Ellen Battell Stoeckel's will.
- Language of Materials
Materials chiefly in English.
- Conditions Governing Access
The Papers are open to researchers by appointment. There are no restricted materials in the collection. Please contact the Special Collections staff to schedule an appointment.
- Conditions Governing Use
The Stoeckel Family Papers are the physical property of the Irving S. Gilmore Music Library of Yale University. Copyrights belong to the composers and authors, or their legal heirs and assigns.
- Immediate Source of Acquisition
The Stoeckel Family Papers were established in the Music Library of Yale University by Ellen Battell Stoeckel in 1926.
In 3 series as follows: I. Writings about Sibelius and Coleridge-Taylor. II. Correspondence. III. Miscellany.
The Stoeckel Family Papers
Call Number: Misc. Ms. 247