Ailman, Martha 'Mattie' Hopkins (pseud: Willis Strand) 11.aug.1876-7.jul.1937 USA Massachusetts, Boston - Boston
pianist, 1880 residing with her parents, brother and 2 servants at 3 Chauncy Place in Boston, 1894 aged 17 she started composing, 1900-1910 without occupation residing with her parents and a servant at 1 Abbotsford Street in Boston Roxbury, 1912 she graduated in piano under Richard E Stevens from New England College in Henniker New Hampshire, 1915-1920 as piano teacher residing with her mother and a housemaid at 1 Abbotsford Street, 1920-1937 as vocal and piano teacher residing at 1 Abbotsford Street ; daughter of optician John Hopkins Ailman (Rhode Island, Newport 13.aug.1840-13.dec.1911 Boston) and schoolteacher Josephine Lawton Tennant (RI, Newport 1842-4.feb.1929 Boston Roxbury)

Title Parts

[] Tell me, little blue eyes. Song
in A bunch of different keys
pub White-Smith & Co., Boston 1894

[] Tell me, little blue eyes. Song
pub C. Sheard & Co., London 1894

[] Class Day. Two-step. Piano
pub Oliver Ditson Co., Boston 1897

[] The Dutchess waltz. Piano
pub White-Smith & Co., Boston 1895

[] N. E. C. '12
subject New England College 1912
words and music Martha H. Ailman
copyright Martha H. Ailman, Boston 25jul1912

[] Shuffles. One-step. Piano
music Willis Strand (pseudonym of Martha H. Ailman)
pub Lewis & Strand, Boston 25feb1916

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