Alvin Wilson scrapbook
The scrapbook contains material from Wilson's time at the University of South Dakota as a professor of voice. The collection is approximately 80 University of South Dakota programs for voice student recitals, university choir, and other music groups from 1916 to 1965, plus a few news clippings. Many of the recitals feature Alvin Wilson or his students.
- Creation: 1916 - 1965
- Wilson, Alvin Leroy (Person)
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This collection is open for research without restriction. Researchers are advised to contact the Archives and Special Collections prior to visiting. Advance notice may be needed to retrieve items for research use.
Conditions Governing Use
Researchers must obtain a signed Permission to Publish Form if they wish to reproduce, broadcast, or otherwise disseminate information from published and unpublished works held by ASC. Permission to reproduce, broadcast, or otherwise disseminate information materials from ASC does not constitute permission from the holder of copyright or literary rights. The researcher is responsible for securing permission from the copyright holder to publish or reproduce content from materials found in the collections.
Biographical / Historical
Alvin Leroy Wilson, also called A. L. Wilson, taught voice at the University of South Dakota from 1915 to 1968. He was born in 1889 and died in 1975.
0.1 Linear Feet (1 document box)
Language of Materials
The scrapbook contains material from Wilson's time at the University of South Dakota as a professor of voice.
The collection is arranged in the same order the material was in the scrapbook, which is roughly chronological.
Material was removed from the scrapbook and placed in folders in the same order that they were in scrapbook. News clippings were photocopied onto acid-free paper and the original clippings discarded.
- Alvin Wilson scrapbook
- Doris Peterson
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