Stokvis dite Arbel, Marguerite Marie Josephine 19.mar.1868-17.jun.1964 France, Paris 9e - Paris 16e
pianist, born at 62 Rue Saint Lazare, since 1881(!) music and diction teacher, 1883 1er prix piano at Conservatoire de Paris, 1914-1918 she participated very actively in WWI including hospitalizing refugees from Lille and Cambrai, she wrote numerous French propaganda articles in magazines and newspapers in Canada and England, 1920 she published 'In the shadows and in the Glory' in Revue Hebdomadaire and wrote a series of articles on the rehabilitation of the War Blind which were also published in England and America, 1921 residing at 172 Boulevard Bineau in Paris Neuilly-sur-Seine, 28.may.1921 decorated Chevalier de la Legion d'honneur, she was honored with the medaille de vermeil des Epidemies, 1921 vice presidente du Comite d'action de l'Union des Aveugles de Guerre, director of a pension des jeunes filles (girls' boarding house), 1964 residing at 1 Rue Chanez ; daughter of rentier (at time of her birth) Abraham Stokvis (Netherlands, Amsterdam 14.feb.1839-) and rentiere Henriette Louise Jones (Paris 26.dec.1831-) ; she never married

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[] Coeur brise. Pantomime en un acte
music Georges Hue
libretto Marguerite Arbel
pub Alphonse Leduc, Paris ?1891

[] Septembre! Melodie. Voice and piano
poesie de Raoul Lefebvre
pub Henry Lemoine, Paris c1895 & 1899

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