Ella Scoble Opperman Papers 1719-1963 1900-1963

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Ella Scoble Opperman Papers, 1719-1963, 1900-1963

Ella Scoble Opperman Papers 1719-1963 1900-1963

Correspondence, articles, speech material, notebooks, daybooks, music record books, photographs, memorabilia, and legal records documenting the personal and professional life of Ella Scoble Opperman, the first Dean of the Florida State College for Women School of Music. Includes Opperman family papers.

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