Lucille Tingle Masson papers
- approximately 1951-1954
- Masson, Lucille Tingle (Person)
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Biographical / Historical
Masson was organist and choir director at the Episcopal Church of the Nativity in Cedarcroft for six years. For 25 years before that, she worked at St. Thomas's Church and at St. John's Episcopal Church in the Worthington Valley. She retired in 1961 after teaching music in Baltimore schools for 41 years. She also taught courses in music instruction at the Peabody Conservatory, and taught voice and directed the glee club at Trinity College in Washington. After her retirement, she taught at the Towson branch of the Peabody Institute and at the Garrison Forest School. In 1969, she started teaching piano students at her home until 1983.
Masson was a member of the Three Arts Club of Homeland, the Woman's Club of Roland Park, the Baltimore Music Club, the Opera Guild, the Chesapeake chapter of the American Guild of Organists, and the Baltimore Country Club.