I Remember When: Playbill Part 1

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In this episode, Alva Joanna Sink, wife of former University Musical Society (UMS) president, Charles A. Sink, talks about music in Ann Arbor and her husband's work with both UMS and the University of Michigan's School of Music; and Burnette Staebler, former president of Ann Arbor Civic Theatre, talks about the Theatre's earliest performances and other theatrical venues in town.

Directed by Ronald Snow
Created by Jeff Werner
Exec producer: Catherine Anderson
Graphic Artist: Eric Andersen
Sponsored by the Ann Arbor Public Library, with help from the Ann Arbor Sesquicentennial Commission and the University of Michigan Speech Department.

Length: 00:29:13
Copyright: Creative Commons (Attribution, Non-Commercial, Share-alike)
Rights Held by: Ann Arbor District Library
Repository Information: Ann Arbor District Library Archives

Henry Simmons Frieze

Henry Simmons Frieze

Much beloved professor of Latin, Henry Simmons Frieze served three times as acting president. A gifted musician, he founded the University Musical Society and collected classical works of art that formed the beginning of what grew into the University of Michigan Museum of Art.

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Image Courtesy of the Washtenaw County Historical Society

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