Anna B. and George Dickieson Scrapbooks
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- 1930 - 2005
- Dickieson, Anna B. and George (Person)
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George ushered in graduate level courses, Chamber Music and Symphonic Literature as well as organizing the Sinfonia, a student orchestra. He was a member and officer of Pi Kappa Lamba, the founder and first president of the NC Chapter of the American String Teachers Assocation, was elected to the Golden Chain Honorary Leadership Society and was honored by the Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia Fraternity.
In the community he was a member and officer of the Chamber Music Society and signed the charter of the Greensboro United Arts Council. He contributed to the national profile of the School by writing music periodicals and articles for periodicals such as Violins and Violinists, participating in seminars and judging contests. He died at age 92 on May 23, 2004.
Anna Bell Dickieson attended the Woman's College of the University of North Carolina graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Music in 1943. She was a member of the Dikean Society and her freshman year she was a member of Choir, Glee Club, Playlikers, Town Students Organization. Her sophomore year she was a member of Playlikers, Town Students Organization, Corresponding Secretary, in Choir Education Club, Glee Club and in the Junior Dance Group.
Her junior year she was a marshal, in Choir, Glee Club, Music Education Club, Town Students Organization, a Librarian, Young Composers Club, Social Committee Dance Group, Modern Dance Group, and Corresponding Secretary.
Her senior year she was a member of Choir, Glee Club, Modern Dance Group, Publicity Chairman, Music Education Club, Town Students Organization, Social Committee Dance Group, and Corresponding Secretary. She married George B. Dickieson on March 23, 1946.
2.50 Linear Feet (6 boxes)
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- Anna B. and George Dickieson Scrapbooks
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