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Union of Graduates in Music (membership roll)

Senate House Library, University of London -- Special Collections

Overview

Lists of officers and members of the Union of Graduates in Music (Incorporated), giving some further details of each individual listed.

Detailed usage description

This part of the collection comprises 11 booklets covering the years 1948-49, 1950, 1951, 1952, 1955-56, 1957, 1958, 1959, 1960, 1961-62 and 1963. Each booklet lists the officers and members of the Union of Graduates in Music alphabetically, giving details of musical degrees held (level of degree and awarding university), titles and other honorifics and, in some cases, (current musical) employment and address. Married women's maiden names are also given. There are also obituary lists of deceased members.

How to tell if the collection is useful

If you send a query, stating that you are interested in MS 841 and giving the name of the individual you know to have been a member of the Union within the relevant dates, to Senate House Library , Senate House Library, University of London, then they will provide you with the contextualising information given by the Rolls.

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Access arrangements

Reference access to Senate House Library holdings for members of the public costs £5 per day, or £25 for seven days. Access to archival holdings generally requires that you make prior arrangement with the . Details of membership arrangements and opening hours are available on their website.

More Information

The catalogue number for this collection is MS 841/6-841/16. A collection level description of this collection is available on AIM25.

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Abstracting information

Usage Themes Geographic area covered Size of collection Dates
  • Family history
  • Contextualising information

Mostly the British Isles.

Several hundred people are referred to in the collection.

1948 -- 1963

Glossary

The Helpers system is developed as part of the Accessing our Archival and Manuscript Heritage project, at Senate House Library, University of London, funded by the Laser Foundation and the EARL Consortium. Please see the project website for further details.