Histories of the Association
Numerous substantial histories have been written on the Harvard Musical Association, its founders and worthies, as well as its roles in the development of musical performance and literacy in Boston and America. Some shorter examples follow.
- A Brief Illustrated History of the Association
- Boston Musical Gazette, June 27, 1838: On Founding of HMA
- Music in Early Nineteenth Century Boston: A Short Address by Michael Broyles
- The Boston Music Hall and its Great Organ
- Excerpt by John Sullivan Dwight from Memorial History of Boston 
- Dwight’s Journal of Music, Final Edition 
- Archives of the Library Bulletins 1934 – 1959
- Pro Bono Artium Musicarum
A wonderfully rich website [HERE] on the lives of Boston composers Benjamin Johnson Lang and
Margaret Ruthven Lang includes a great deal of HMA history.