Marianne Holland papers, 1958-1995.


Marianne Holland papers, 1958-1995.

Consisting of letters, scrapbooks, photographs, concert programs, playbills, certificates, minutes, printed items, and audio and video recordings documenting Holland's career as music educator and her leadership in such organizations as the South Carolina Music Educators Association and the South Carolina Chapter of the American Choral Directors Association. Items of interest include scrapbook, 1987, Spring Valley High School Fine Arts Department, documenting achievements for which the department received the 1987 Elizabeth O'Neill Verner Award, with special commendation to Holland in the arts education category; musical score for choral setting of a portion of Henry Timrod's poem "Ethnogenesis," commissioned by Dreher High School, Columbia, S.C., in 1970, along with audio tape of its performance. Also including minutes of the Evening Music Club, Columbia, S.C., 1964-1994; and "A History of the Columbia Choral Society," 1983.

3.75 linear ft. (3 cartons)

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Hand Junior High School (Columbia, S.C.) (corporateBody)

Dreher High School (Columbia, S.C.) (corporateBody)

Columbia Choral Society (Columbia, S.C.) (corporateBody)

Holland, Marianne (person)

First graduate (1968) of the University of South Carolina's Master of Music Education degree program; music educator and choral director in public schools of Richland County, S.C., including Hand Junior High School, Dreher High School, and Spring Valley High School. From the description of Marianne Holland papers, 1958-1995. (University of South Carolina). WorldCat record id: 41859715 ...

South Carolina Music Educators Association (corporateBody)

Spring Valley High School (Columbia, S.C.) (corporateBody)

Evening Music Club (Columbia, S.C.) (corporateBody)

American Choral Directors Association. South Carolina. (corporateBody)

Timrod, Henry, 1828-1867 (person)

Poet, "poet laureate of the Confederacy" From the description of Papers: of Henry Timrod, 1867, n.d. [manuscript]. (University of Virginia). WorldCat record id: 647809839 Author and poet, of Charleston and Columbia, S.C.; known as "Poet Laureate of the Confederacy;" part-owner and editor, Daily South Carolinian newspaper; contributor, Russell's Magazine; son, of William Henry Timrod (1792-1838) and Thyrza Prince Timrod; husband of Kate Goodwin; father of William Timrod (1864...