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Anonymous : Program for Julia Culp
Sacramento Saturday Club, Sacramento, California, 1917
7 pages; portrait; paper wrapper with title on the cover (3 7/8 x 7 7/8 inch). Julia Bertah Culp (1880-1970) the 'Dutch Nightingale' was born in the Netherlands and became a celebrated mezzo-soprano during 1901-1919 and was very popular the world over. During WWII, being of Jewish birth, she went into hiding in Amsterdam until the end of the war. She visited Sacramento on one her world tours as a guest of the Saturday Club. The Saturday Club of Sacramento was founded in 1893 and is one of the oldest support groups of music west of the Rockies. It was founded to expose the local residents to professional music and develop a scholarship program for young students. A pencil note on the cover states that the recital date was 29 January 1917 with Conrad V. Bos at the piano. The program provides an English translation of the words to the songs. Small oil stain on the cover and some pencil notes, else a very good clean copy.. Book. Book Condition: Collectible-Very Good. Binding: Soft cover
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