Irving Bibo (1889-1962) wrote tunes for the Ziegfield Follies, Greenwich Village Follies and other theatricals in the 1920s,
composed scores for more than 300 motion pictures, and composed college songs including "Sing UCLA." The collection consists
of letters, photographs, clippings, scrapbook, song books, and sheet music related to Bibo's career as a songwriter and composer.
Irving Bibo was born in San Francisco, California, August 22, 1889; he wrote tunes for the Ziegfield Follies, Greenwich Village
Follies, and other theatricals in the 1920s; came to Los Angeles in the 1930s where he composed scores for more than 300 motion
pictures; he also composed college songs including “Sing UCLA,” the “Stanford scalp song,” and the “Michigan State college
marching song”; died May 2, 1962.
1 box (0.5 linear ft.)
and 3 oversize boxes.
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