- Item 17799 - Faculty, Eastern Music Camp, Sidney, 1931
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- Item 17799
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The faculty and library staff at the Eastern Music Camp on Lake Messalonskee in Sidney in 1931.Show Details
Front row, from left, Gaetano J. Bertolami, clarinet and ensemble; Paul White, violin, conducting, and ensemble; Harry E. Wittemore, dean; Francis Findlay, musical director; Walter H. Butterfield, voice; Lee M. Lockhart, chamber music and instrumentation; and Simon Sternburg, tympani and percussion.
Second row, from left, Bower M. Murphy, trumpet and supervisor of bugles; Van Veachton Rogers, harp; Laura E. Zeigler, harmony; Stanlie MacCormack, program notes, music history, and literature; Zilpha Etta Butterfield, piano forte and accompanist; Esther Pierce, violoncello and ensemble; Herbert L. Coleman, bassoon and ensemble; and John D. Murray, violin, viola, and ensemble.
Third row, from left, Clarence Knudson, violin and ensemble; Chester A. Barclay, flute and ensemble; Bertram N. Haigh, horn and ensemble; Carlos W. Mullenix, oboe and ensemble; and Stanley G. Hassell, contrabass, trombone, and tuba.
Back frow, from left, William Hanley, assistant librarian; A. George Hoyen, assistant librarian; Louis Counihan, assistant librarian; and Ippocrates Pappoutsakis, librarian.