Fonds 55 - Allison Patterson

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Allison Patterson

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CA MtA 55

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  • 1931-1975 (Creation)
    Creator
    Patterson, Allison

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7 cm of textual records

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(1912-1981)

Biographical history

Allison Patterson (1912-1981) and Ethel Peake (1897-1954) were faculty members at the Mount Allison Conservatory of Music, and close friends.

Custodial history

Papers transferred to the Archives from the Mount Allison University Music Library by Sonia Anderson, 18 August 1988, containing papers of both Allison Patterson and Ethel Peake. Several items have both the signature of Ethel Peake and an "Allison G. Patterson" stamp on them, or a note to indicate that they were loaned or given to the other.

Scope and content

Fonds consists of 11 groupings: manuscript music; manuscript verses; script for the presentation "Faust", handwritten by Ethel Peake; memorabilia in regards to Luigi von Kunits (1870-1931); programs; mid-year organ exam; music books held by the Main Library (Mount Allison Memorial Library); Mount Allison University Library recent recordings: music, addressed to Mr. Patterson, 1963; picture postcards containing messages to Ethel Peake, 1934 and 1936; "The Organ of Liverpool Cathedral", by H. Gross Custard, ca. 1940; and miscellaneous clippings and advertisement.

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Donated by Sonya Anderson, 1988

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  • English

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