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[Stone bridge seen through trees].

Image ID: g99f816_001

[Stone bridge seen through trees]. ([ 1907-1920])

Image Details

Image Title

:  [Stone bridge seen through trees].

Creator

: Griffes, Charles Tomlinson, 1884-1920 -- Composer

Created Date

: [ 1907-1920]

Specific Material Type

: Photographs

Item Physical Description

: 1 silver gelatin print : b&w ; 23 x 29 cm.

Notes

: National Endowment for the Arts Millennium Project. Note 2.) Charles Griffes, after 4 years of studying piano and composition in Berlin, Germany, attained the position of Director of Music at the Hackley School, Tarrytown, N.Y., a position he held from 1907 until his untimely death, at age 36, in 1920. Note 3.) Edges torn; upper right corner missing; print probably made from a dirty or damaged negative. Note 4.) Outdoor setting showing trees lining a river and a stone bridge with a dam or embankment beneath it, probably near the Hackley School, Tarrytown, N.Y. Note 5.) Photographs Note 6.) Treasures of the American Performing Arts, 1875-1923

Source

: Music Division Iconography Collection. / Names / Charles Griffes

Location

: The New York Public Library for the Performing Arts / Music Division

Catalog Call Number

: Iconography (Griffes, Charles, Non-portrait, no. 10)

Digital ID

: g99f816_001

Record ID

: 182355

Digital Item Published

: 12-19-2006; updated 3-25-2011

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