Conductors (Music)

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Oral history interview with Lawrence Leighton Smith, by Linda Brody

  • SR 9343
  • Collection
  • 1980-05-12

Smith discusses his early musical education, his career as a pianist and conductor, mostly in New England, and his experiences as conductor and music director for the Oregon Symphony in Portland, Oregon.

Smith, Lawrence Leighton

Late night entertainment at the Oregon Shipbuilding Corporation

A band, made up of war workers wearing work wear and hard hats, performs at the Oregon Shipbuilding Corporation. The musicians are seated behind podiums painted with “TH” and a hardhat, while a man in a suit and holding a conducting baton stands in front (negative 1 of 17). See negative 598-3.

Monner, Al (Alfred Anthony), 1909-1998

Band at Vancouver Barracks

A band stands in a field with musical instruments at the Vancouver Barracks. At the front of a band is a uniformed man in holding a baton. Behind the group is a row of multi-story buildings (negative 10 of 17).

Monner, Al (Alfred Anthony), 1909-1998

Millen Van Hoogstraaten in Locomotive Cab with Engineer

Photograph of Millen Van Hoogstraaten, conductor for the Portland Symphony Orchestra, posing in a locomotive cab with an unidentified train engineer. Hoogstraaten, pictured on the left, stands behind the engineer. Both men look straight ahead of the locomotive as though they are driving the train. The engineer has his left hand on the controls. Hoogstraaten leans slightly out of the cab. Handwritten note on the back of the print reads, "left, Millen Van Hoogstraaten, 1929." Stamp on the back for L.C. Jones.

Jones, L. C. (Portland, Or.)

Millen Van Hoogstraaten Poses with Empire Builder

Photograph of Millen Van Hoogstraaten, conductor for the Portland Symphony Orchestra, standing on the ground next to an Empire Builder train. He rests his elbow on the back of the train next to a sign that reads, "Great Northern Empire Builder." He wears a trench coat and looks at the camera. Handwritten note on the back of the print reads, "Millen Van Hoogstraaten, 1929." Stamp on the back for L.C. Jones, Photographic Laboratory.

Jones, L. C. (Portland, Or.)

Millen Van Hoogstraaten and Group on Train

Photograph of Millen Van Hoogstraaten, conductor for the Portland Symphony Orchestra, on an exterior observation deck on the back of an Empire Builder train. Three women and the train conductor are on the deck with him. A group of people on the ground wave at them. Signs on the back of the train read, "North Coast Limited" and "Great Northern Empire Builder." Handwritten note on the back of the print reads, "1929, Center, Millen Van Hoogstraaten , conductor, Ptld. sym."

Jones, L. C. (Portland, Or.)

Millen Van Hoogstraaten on Train Platform

Photograph of Millen Van Hoogstraaten, conductor for the Portland Symphony Orchestra, standing on a platform at a train station. He wears a trench coat and hat and carries a bag in his right hand. A train is visible behind him. Handwritten note on the back of the print reads, "Millen Van Hoogstraaten, 1929, conductor, Portland, Symphony."

Jones, L. C. (Portland, Or.)