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Salzedo Harp Colony


administrative history

American Harp Journal, Summer 2010, Vol. 22, Issue 3, p. 42-45 (f. 1931 by Salzedo in Camden, Maine; passed on the Alice Chalifoux; students required to take two lessons per week and practice five hours a day; Alice broke her hip in 2002 and it was the end of the School) Wikipedia, viewed September 18, 2012 : (Salzedo Harp Colony)

Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:

Alice Chalifoux papers

Identifier: MSS 7835
Scope and Contents

This collection contains materials collected by Alice Chalifoux. Dates range from approximately 1924 to 2008. Includes photographs, news clippings, concert programs, correspondence and greeting cards, and certificates and awards. It also contains materials from the Salzedo School and various ephemera like a cross-stitched pillow.

Dates: approximately 1924-2008

Salzedo Harp Colony records, circa 1924-2000

 Series — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MSS 7835 Series II
Scope and Contents Contains materials collected by Carlos Salzedo and Alice Chalifoux throughout the seventy-one years of the Salzedo School in Camden, Maine. Early materials were collected by Carlos Salzedo until his death in 1961. Materials after this date were collected by Alice Chalifoux. Collection includes concert programs, issues of the American Harp Journal, news clippings, correspondence, group photographs, list of pupils, and other documents from Carlos Salzedo's desk. National Harp Association...
Dates: circa 1924-2000

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