The contents of the collection are as follows:
Queen's Hall – 10 programmes; 1 prospectus
The collection includes three programmes and one prospectus from the Henry Wood Promenade Concerts.
Royal Albert Hall – 15 programmes
The collection includes six programmes from the concert series "Special Sunday Concerts".
Wigmore Hall – 10 programmes, plus press cuttings
Aeolian Hall – 9 programmes, plus press cuttings
Other London venues:
Central Library, Holloway Road, Highbury; Steinway Hall (2); Morely College (2); Wesleyan Central Hall, Westminster; King George's Hall, Caroline Street, Tottenham Court Road; Westminster Abbey (3 programmes, plus press cuttings); City Temple, Holborn (2); Church of St. Michael, Cornhill; Goldsmiths College, New Cross; Chelsea Town Hall (3); St. Margaret's, Westminster (2); Abbey Lodge, Hanover Gate, Regent's Park; Westminster Cathedral (2); Southwark Cathedral (2); Botanical theatre, University College, Gower Street; St. Angela's High School, Forest Gate; Nunhead Football and Sports Club.
Usher Hall – 8 programmes
The programmes are from concerts given as part of the concert series "Paterson's Concerts". These were orchestral concerts given by the Scottish Orchestra.
Other provincial venues:
Tempest Anderson Hall, York; Winter Garden, Devonshire Park, Eastbourne (2); Llandudno Pier; Arcadia, Llandudno; Free Trade Hall; Princess Gardens Bandstand, Torquay; West Pier, Brighton; Victoria Hall, Sheffield; Colston Hall; Haslemere Hall.
In addition there is a brochure for concerts taking place at both the Winter Gardens and Pier in Bournemouth.
There is a programme from the first concert given by the "Pianoforte Society". Though the venue is not specified, it could be the Wigmore Hall. There is a word book which does not specify a venue; however there is a pencil annotation indicating that the concert took place in the Queen's Hall (London). There are four programmes from venues entitled "Women's Institute", "Mortimer Hall", "St. Mary's Parish Hall" and "Waxwell Farm House". No further information about these venues is known. There are two programmes where either the concert venue is not specified, or the programme spans a multi-venue tour.
- Abbey Lodge, Hanover Gate, Regent's Park
- Aeolian Hall, London
- Central Library, Highbury
- City Temple, Holborn Viaduct
- Colston Hall
- Devonshire park, Eastbourne: Winter garden
- Free Trade Hall
- Haslemere Hall
- King George\'s Hall, London
- Llandudno Pier
- Morley College
- Mortimer Hall (town unspecified)
- Nunhead Football and Sports Club
- Pier, Bournemouth
- Queen's Hall, London
- Royal Albert Hall
- Southwark Cathedral
- St. Angela's High School, Forest Gate
- St. Margaret's Church, Westminster
- St. Mary's Parish Hall (town unspecified)
- St. Michael's Church, Cornhill
- Steinway Hall, London (became Grotian Hall 1925)
- Tempest Anderson hall, York
- Town Hall, Chelsea
- University College London: Botanical Theatre
- Usher Hall, Edinburgh
- Victoria Hall, Sheffield
- Waxwell Farm House (town unspecified)
- Central Hall, Westminster
- West Pier, Brighton
- Westminster Abbey
- Westminster Cathedral
- Wigmore Hall
- Winter Gardens, Bournemouth
- Women's Institute (town unspecified)