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Printed ephemera

Subject Source: Local sources

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Book, medals, and printed ephemera relating to Helen Patuffa Hood and Marjory Kennedy Fraser

 Fonds — Box CLX-A-1592
Identifier: Coll-1978
Content Description This collection includes a printed book with two enclosures, printed ephemera, and two medals related to harpist Helen Patuffa Hood and her mother Marjory Kennedy-Fraser, Scottish musician and folk-song collector. The printed book is a signed copy of The Road to the Isles (Edinburgh: Robert Grant & Son, 1927) by Kenneth Macleod given by the author himself to Patuffa as...
Dates: 1889; 1925-1928; 1946

Miscellaneous items, Part 1, 2, & 3, 1891-1928

Scope and Contents Miscellaneous items, Part 1, 2, & 3. ‘General’, bundle of miscellaneous notes, wrapped in ‘Songs of the Hebrides (Ancient Scots Minstrelsie). From the Western Isles of Scotland’, Music Hall, Edinburgh, 21 January 1913, recital programme, containing various lecture notes, notes, excerpts, etc., in no particular order, manuscripts. & typescripts, texts often on reverses of discarded...
Dates: 1891-1928

Music: printed or mss. [manuscripts], various items, c 1910-1920

Scope and Contents Music: printed or mss. [manuscripts], various items. ‘Marjory and Patuffa Kennedy-Fraser with Margaret Kennedy and Hugh Mackay (Arts League of Service), Songs of the Hebrides, Edinburgh Recital, 19th February, Usher Hall, London Recital 24th February, Queen’s Hall’, programme, no year. ‘Songs of the Hebrides’, leaflet, multiple copies, with...
Dates: c 1910-1920

Recital programmes and publicity leaflets, c 1916-c 1931

Scope and Contents Recital programmes and publicity leaflets. Publicity leaflet, with photograph of Marjory and Patuffa Kennedy-Fraser (at the harp), ‘Songs of the Hebrides, Folk Songs from the Scottish Isles’, [1916], New York. Leaflet/advert, unknown publication, [New York], with photograph of Marjory and Patuffa Kennedy-Fraser (at the harp), ‘Mrs. Kennedy-Fraser, Miss Patuffa Kennedy-Fraser...
Dates: c 1916-c 1931