Karraker, Charles William, Jr.
Washington and Lee Class of 1938
Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:
The song was originally written for C. W. Karraker, Jr.
This file includes correspondence written by Mary Monroe Pennick about the details of the music festival in memory of John Graham. It also includes biographies of the musicians who participated in the event, an invitation list, and other information that was used in the planning of the event.
'I never knew' is a solo for mezzo-soprano with pianoforte accompaniment.
One of the letters to Mary Monroe asks about John. William writes the next day after hearing of John's death. He proposes doing something to spread John's music.
Letters to Mary Monroe Penick about a Festival of Music in Memory of John Graham and a Requiem at Lee Chapel, cont., 1948-01 - 1948-04
This file consists of correspondence between various people and Mary Monroe Penick regarding preparations for the music festival in memory of John Alexander Graham.
This collection includes Graham's compositions, World War I papers and correspondence, memorabilia of Washington and Lee University activities, scores, sheet music, notebooks, and other correspondence.
'The Night Will Never Stay' was for Charles William Karraker, Jr.