Larry died some years ago.  The tapes were in a studio rented on one of the building's upper floors, rent paid to the Hall or their agent.  

Steve Smolian

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Subject: [ARSCLIST] Dr. A.F.R. Lawrence, Richard Striker, and Institute of Sound at Carnegie Hall

Hi all,

Trying to find traces of a collection that was deposited into the Institute of Sound at Carnegie Hall in the 1969 (when the donor went abroad) but had disappeared - seemingly along with the Institute - by 1975.

The two principals of the Institute seem to have been Richard Striker and Dr. A.F.R. Lawrence, who was on the Legal Committee for ARSC according to the first newsletter in 1967/68.

Carnegie hasn't been able to provide any info, so any forthcoming info on the Institute or its founders would be of immense help in trying to put together the pieces.

with appreciation,
Parker Fishel