Addison, Julia de Wolf Gibbs 24.feb.1866-1952 USA Massachusetts, Boston - Boston Brookline
writer, she did not publish music but there are compositions in manuscript by her and her niece Alice Bradford Lovett at Harvard University in Boston Cambridge which they may have composed while studying there, 1895-1910 as author residing with husband, her widowed mother and 3 servants at 5 Garrison Road in Boston Brookline, 1936-1944 residing at 265 St Paul Street in Brookline ; daughter of Franklin Gibbs (Rhode Island, Bristol 9.aug.1838-1.jun.1877 Boston) and Anne De Wolf Lovett (Boston 6.dec.1839-8.jul.1910 Boston Brookline) ; 20.feb.1889 at St Peter's Church in Boston Beverly she married reverend Daniel Dulany Addison (Ohio, Wheeling 11.mar.1863-27.mar.1936 Brookline) ; daughter Marianne Bradford Addison (Beverly 8.aug.1890-23.sep.1893 Beverly), daughter writer Julia Dulany Addison (Boston Brookline 8.oct.1896-18.oct.1980 Boston/Hopedale)

Title Parts

[] Musical compositions. Manuscript ca. 1887-1890
music by Julia de Wolf Addison and Alice Bradford Lovett
ms Harvard University, Boston Cambridge
[] 9 Carols. SATB
[] 3 Hymns. SATB and organ
[] 7 Songs for treble voice and piano
[] 6 Piano pieces
[] 1 Organ voluntary
[] Blighted buds, a farce in one act
libretto Julia de Wolf Addison
libretto published by W. H. Baker, Boston 1896

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