Schnaitter is a collector of focused, discrete artifacts. He did not talk to Myers about his collecting habits but witnessed some of Myers' collecting activities and expresses opinions about them. Schnaitter describes some of Myers' personal and leadership characteristics and his influences on buying pianos and harpsichords for the School of Music. On reflection, Schnaitter believes Myers' interests in collecting influenced his own and he describes Myers' collecting methods compared to his own.
books, musical instruments, personal characteristics, leadership, management, library, meteorites, coins, music scores, trains, baseball cards, collector, auction, Portrait of a Collector, Faculty
United States History
Schnaitter, Roger and Miner, Meg, "Rober Schnaitter" (2016). All oral histories. 125.
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