Carl Peterson Student Music Notebook
A notebook containing handwritten class notes and musical notations from student Carl Peterson of Hillsboro. Several folded loose leaves of notes are included. The notes provide some examples of the types of coursework that students in Pacific's Conservatory of Music were pursuing in the early 1910s.
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Carl Peterson was a student in Pacific University's Conservatory of Music in the early 1910s. At that time, the Conservatory of Music had the highest enrollment of any program at Pacific University, with over 100 students compared to approximately 60 enrolled in the standard academic college courses. Pacific's Conservatory of Music was active from 1884 through the 1940s, when it was converted to the Department of Music, and then in 1950, to the School of Music.
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A notebook containing handwritten class notes from student Carl Peterson of Hillsboro. Peterson was a student in Pacific University's Conservatory of Music in the early 1910s.
- Peterson (Carl) Student Music Notebook
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- Finding aid written in English.