Margaret Page Ingle was an organist, composer, and music teacher who studied at the Peabody Conservatory and spent much of her teaching career in Baltimore. The collection contains manuscript and printed scores of Ingle's compositions and arrangements, notes, and a draft of a play.
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Margaret Page Ingle (1891?-1979) was an organist and composer who earned a diploma in organ from the Peabody Conservatory in 1913 and a teacher's certificate in piano in 1917. She was a music teacher at the Roland Park County School for 19 years.
Scope and Contents
The Margaret Page Ingle papers contain manuscript and printed scores of her compositions and arrangements, notes, and a draft of a play titled Four Scenes in the Life of Mendelssohn.
Immediate Source of Acquisition
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[Name of folder or item], [Date], [Box number], [Folder number], Margaret Page Ingle papers, PIMS.0110, Arthur Friedheim Library Special Collections, Peabody Institute, The Johns Hopkins University. https://aspace.library.jhu.edu/repositories/4/resources/1423 Accessed November 28, 2020.
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