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    • Edward Nolan

    • Entertainment, Music, Musician
    • Edward Nolan (1860-1906) played the Bass drum with George Gauweiler. Nolan played with Ringling Brothers Circus Band and the Nolan - Olker Band in 1888. Edward Nolan was the father of Edward Earl Nolan, Associated Press Reporter. BW Portrait 5" x...
    • Mayhall Orchestra in parade

    • Entertainment, Music, Musician
    • Mayhall Orchestra taken August 9, 1909 in Lexington, MO parade. Mayhall Orchestra consisted of George "Babe" Mayhall, Allen Deege, William Judson, Leslie Mayhall, Harry S. Mayhall, Esther Mayhall and Clarence Warner. The group is shown seated in...
    • Mary Padavic

    • Entertainment, Music, Musician
    • Mary Padavic (1894-) daughter of Anton Padavic. Mary played piano in the Savoy Theatre from 1915-1917 while her father Anton Padavic owned the Savoy and Gem Theatres. BW Portrait 5" x 8 1/4".
    • William Holtshlag

    • Entertainment, Music, Musician
    • William Holtschlag (1811-1919), Trombone and String Bass player. Holtschlag was a member of the Rosenbusch Orchestra, Olker Band, Weiler Band, and Holtschlag Family Band. Holtschlag was born July 3, 1811 and died October 1919. He trained in Europe.
    • Charles Ludwig Koch

    • Entertainment, Music, Musician
    • Charles Ludwig Koch (1886-1957) played in Quincy around the turn of the century in a trio with Mrs. Giles and Miss Aull. Later Charles Koch performed in Chicago, IL. Photo is of Charles L. Koch holding a violin. BW Portrait 5"x 8 1/4".
    • Chaddock School

    • Education; Schools; Entertainment, Music, Musician; Quincy, Illinois
    • Chaddock School located at 205 South 24th Street. Boys Choir taken December 12, 1950. 21 unidentified boys dressed in choir robes. BW Interior Photograph 4 3/4" x 3 7/8".
    • Paul E. Morrison

    • Education; Entertainment, Music, Musician; Schools; Quincy, Illinois;
    • Paul E. Morrison was the Quincy High School Band Director from 1916 until 1951. Morrison is shown here wearing the new band uniforms that were purchased in 1926. Morrison Theatre was named after him. BW Portrait 8" x 10".
    • Quincy High School Orchestra 1916

    • Education; Schools; Entertainment, Music, Musician; Quincy, Illinois;
    • Quincy High School Orchestra 1916 under the direction of Miss Maude Harding. The orchestra was formed in 1911 or 1912. Miss Harding was a music teacher in the public schools. Paul E. Morrison was the new band director and English teacher, and he...
    • Roy Lampe

    • Entertainment, Music, Musician
    • Roy Lampe ( -1945) played drums in the Sergeant-at-Arms Orchestra and Band from 1921-1929. Roy Lampe died April 10, 1945. Photo is Roy Lampe sitting at his drums. BW Portrait 5" x 8".
    • John Bernard Krebber

    • Entertainment, Music, Musician
    • John Bernard Krebber (1840-1915) was born Feb 27, 1840 in Marbeck, Westphalia, Prussia. He played cornet and violin in the Prussian VII Army Band. Krebber played with Andrew Rosenbusch, Carl Gardner, Michael O'Farrell and Joseph Weiler bands in...
    • Mayhall Orchestra

    • Entertainment, Music, Musician
    • Mayhall Orchestra seated left to right: George "Babe" Mayhall, Tuba; Leslie Mayhall, Trombone; Harry Mayhall, Alto; Allen Deege, Cornet; John Steinbach, Cornet; William W. Judson, Drums. BW Interior photograph 10" x 8".

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