St. Catharines  PL Public Library
Teresa Vanderburgh's Musical Scrapbook #2 - Sacred Concert & Organ Recital
Description
Creator
Teresa Vanderburgh, Compiler
Media Type
Text
Item Types
Scrapbooks
Programs
Clippings
Description
Page 49, Item 1 of the second of Teresa Vanderburgh's musical scrapbooks - program for an organ recital held at Knox Presbyterian Church plus a newspaper clipping about a Sacred Concert at St. Paul Street Methodist Church.

The organ recital program and the sacred concert clipping are partially covered by the program for the Sacred Concert. 1904.
Notes
Location: Scrapbook #2 - Page 49 - Item 1

Date of Scrapbook: 1890-1927

Teresa Vanderburgh was one of St. Catharines' most prominent musicians and teachers for many years. The scrapbooks contain newspaper clippings, musical programs and pamphlets for St. Catharines and other places of interest to Miss Vanderburgh. She died on January 15, 1941.
Pagination
p. 49
Date of Publication
1904
Subject(s)
Language of Item
English
Geographic Coverage
  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 43.1596696568747 Longitude: -79.2475576144028
Copyright Statement
Copyright status unknown. Responsibility for determining the copyright status and any use rests exclusively with the user.
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St. Catharines Public Library
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St. Catharines, ON L2R7K2
905-688-6103
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Teresa Vanderburgh's Musical Scrapbook #2 - Sacred Concert & Organ Recital


Page 49, Item 1 of the second of Teresa Vanderburgh's musical scrapbooks - program for an organ recital held at Knox Presbyterian Church plus a newspaper clipping about a Sacred Concert at St. Paul Street Methodist Church.

The organ recital program and the sacred concert clipping are partially covered by the program for the Sacred Concert. 1904.