Beck, Sarah Hatton (fem) 11.aug.1905-?? USA Pennsylvania, Philadelphia - ?, ?
pianist, organist, 10.sep.1905 baptized at Trinity Episcopal Church Philadelphia, 1910-1930 residing with her parents in Haddonfield New Jersey, 11.jun.1918 she received the bishop's Confirmation at Grace Church, 1922-1926 studied music at the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia, 1930 music teacher at Haddonfield Conservatory of Music, 9.aug.1933 she gave an organ recital at Grace Protestant Episcopal Church in Haddonfield, 1935 in Haddonfield she published 'A bibliography on French composers of today', 1940-1942 librarian at John Hay Library in Providence Rhode Island, 1944 of Ursinus College in Collegeville near Philadelphia, 1950 music librarian of the Hannah Harrison School at 4470 MacArthur Boulevard Washington DC, 1951-1952 as office secretary of the Immanuel Church residing at 809 South Royal Street in Alexandria Virginia, 1955 in McLean Virginia and still using her maiden name Beck ; daughter of bookkeeper Harry Charlton Beck (England 11.sep.1868-7.apr.1920 Haddonfield) and Jennie Walsh (Pennsylvania 1875-7.jun.1945) ; sister of journalist and folklorist Henry Charlton Beck (Philadelphia 26.may.1902-16.jan.1965 Camden NJ ; 22.jun.1902 baptized at Trinity Episcopal Church Philadelphia)

Title Parts

[] The Virgin's cradle hymn. Christmas carol. Mixed choir
words Samuel Taylor Coleridge
pub Theodore Presser Co., Philadelphia 1933

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