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Carroll, Ida Gertrude (1905-1995), Officer of the Order of the British Empire, Principal of the Northern School of Music, double bass player
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Visitors' Book

Many distinguished visitors to the College were invited to sign the Visitors' Book (it is not known by whom the book was kept). Most visitors signed their names, but others included messages, drawings and musical sketches to commemorate the ...

Letter and photograph, 29 Nov 1953

Manuscript letter in which Carroll expresses "great pleasure" to hear about how happy Hubert is in his new home. He hopes he still practices "joint reading" and relays that he does not see Dr. Scholes often but hopes to see him...

Facsimile letter from Hubert Harry, 27 Oct 1952

Facsimile manuscript letter in which Hubert relays how excited he is about meeting up with Ida Carroll after many years before he leaves for Switzerland. He hopes to be able to see him on another visit. He explains that is the conductor Stanley Po...

Letters from Ida Carroll

Manuscript letters from Ida Carroll, principal of the Northern School of Music, to Hubert Harry.

Carroll, Ida Gertrude (1905-1995), Officer of the Order of the British Empire, Principal of the Northern School of Music, double bass player

Letters re. Harry's scholarship

Copies of typescript letters collected by Curzon which support Hubert Harry's application for musical scholarship from Lancashire County Council's Education Department. Also includes a manuscript draft of a letter. Supporters include the...

Letter, 31 May 1953

Manuscript letter in which Collens thanks him for sending the "Dutch crits" and hopes his new agent "has borne good fruit". She asks if he has had any thoughts about playing at the Free Trade Hall in Manchester and the Wigmore ...

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