Akers, Sally Frothingham 1874-23.jun.1917 USA Minnesota, Winona - California, Palo Alto
concert singer, grew up in Hollis Maine where her parents resided when she was born, from 1897 she appeared in the concerts of the Maine Music Festivals in Portland, among her voice students were Julia Edwards Noyes (Portland-) and Mrs. Evelyn Dutton Fogg Olcott (Portland 20.jan.1880-), 1900-1908 as vocalist and teacher of singing residing with her parents and a servant at 107 East 27th Street and 87th Street in New York Manhattan, 12.apr.1905 she performed in New York, 1910 without profession residing with her husband and a servant at 201 West 55th Street in Manhattan, 1910 she moved with her husband to Denver Colorado, 1913 she moved to Palo Alto California where her husband was appointed professor of surgery-orthopedics at the Stanford Medical School, she died there after poor health for some time ; daughter of sculptor, painter, crayon portraitist, writer Charles 'Karl' Akers (Maine, Hollis 15.oct.1835-16.sep.1906 Manhattan) and Lois Anna Chappell (NY 1842-30.dec.1925 NY, Rochester) ; 22.sep.1908 in Hollis she married physician, surgeon Leonard Wheeler Ely (NY Brooklyn 28.nov.1868-17.jun.1944 California, Palo Alto) ; they were all buried at South Buxton Cemetery in Buxton near Hollis

Title Parts

[] Invitation. Song for high voice
pub F. A. Mills, New York 29nov1899

[] The blessed child. Sacred song
words from the German
pub F. A. Mills, New York 6dec1899

[] The moth in the night. Song in F
pub Luckhardt & Belder, New York 29dec1899

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