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Samson--George W.--Jr. (Music Faculty)

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251 Aeolian glee club will appear in free concert here Tuesday evening
College Eye 23:32, p.1
2/26/1932 Concert program.
252 Washington's bicentennial to be observed here Sunday
College Eye 23:30, p.1
2/12/1932 At CHIC.
253 The combined glee clubs
Public Relations News Release 1931:145, p.1
12/11/1931 Handel's "Messiah" performed on December 13.
254 "Be human," says Frank Cody; head of Detroit schools talks to fall graduates
College Eye 23:23, p.1
11/30/1931 Excerpt from Commencement address.
255 School will dismiss early on Armistice Day for assembly
College Eye 23:20, p.1
11/6/1931 Stuart S. Ball will speak; description of ceremonies.
256 New pipe organ, carpet are being installed now in Cliosophic hall
College Eye 23:19, p.6
10/30/1931 Improvements will cost about $4000.
257 Nellie Lee Hardin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Edie
Public Relations News Release 1930:512, p.1
8/10/1931 Marries Oliver Keith Conklin.
258 G. W. Samson will have new studio; will be ready by fall term
College Eye 23:6, p.2
7/10/1931 New organ studio being set up in Administration Building.
259 Bel Canto Glee Club
Old Gold 0:0, p.195
6/1/1931 Program; photo.
260 Department of Music
Old Gold 0:0, p.34
6/1/1931 Aims of the department; photos.
261 The Messiah
Old Gold 0:0, p.199
6/1/1931 Performance program; photo.
262 Seventeen Iowa State Teachers College students
Public Relations News Release 1930:431, p.1
5/25/1931 Formal initiations for Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia; list of student inductees provided.
263 Waterloo pupils of six music professors win in state music contest; seven first place winners were pupils of State Teachers professors
College Eye 22:31, p.1
5/15/1931 Roster of contest winners.
264 At the Sunday vespers in the auditorium
Public Relations News Release 1930:382, p.1
5/8/1931 Bel Canto Glee club to sing at vespers.
265 Faculty quartet sings for Kiwanis Club Monday
College Eye 22:30, p.1
266 Rev. Hanson to speak on "Money Basis of Human Wreckage" Sun.
College Eye 22:29, p.1
267 Palm Sunday will be observed in church services Sunday
College Eye 22:24, p.1
3/27/1931 CHIC service program.
268 Drinkwater play will be presented at vespers Sunday
College Eye 22:20, p.1
2/20/1931 Will present "X-O: a Night of the Trojan War".
269 Last minute preparations are being made
Public Relations News Release 1930:117, p.1
12/13/1930 Six glee clubs prepare for the "Messiah".
270 Sowing and reaping discussed Sunday
College Eye 21:43, p.2
8/15/1930 At CHIC.
271 Cleveland will explain the use of religion, Sun.
College Eye 21:42, p.1
8/8/1930 J. C. Cleveland will speak at CHIC.
272 Senior in recital
College Eye 21:40, p.3
7/25/1930 Doreen Cobb performed.
273 Doreen Cobb in recital
College Eye 21:39, p.4
274 Supplementing last year's group
College Eye 21:39, p.2
7/18/1930 Group goes to Chicago for weekend of music study.
275 Professor's five-year-old daughter is composer
Alumnus 14:3, p.11
7/1/1930 Patricia Anne Samson, daughter of Professor George W. Samson, Jr., puts together short piano pieces and plays other material as well.
276 Music recitals
College Eye 21:38, p.5
6/27/1930 Virginia Gable, Merle Sliter, and Ingrid Madsen will perform.
277 Story of creation will be interpreted at church Sunday; Genesis not Darwin will be the basis of this interpretation of man's start on earth
College Eye 21:38, p.1
278 Community singing features music hours
College Eye 21:37, p.2
6/20/1930 Will meet for singing every Tuesday evening.
279 Christ's temptations interpreted Sunday
College Eye 21:36, p.7
6/13/1930 At CHIC.
280 Baccalaureate sermon urges "strength, beauty"
College Eye 21:35, p.3
6/4/1930 Delivered by Thomas E. Green.
281 Department of Music
Old Gold 0:0, p.38
6/1/1930 Aims of the department; photos.
282 The Messiah
Old Gold 0:0, p.219
6/1/1930 Performance program; photo.
283 School ma'ams will lay down their rulers and blue pencils
Public Relations News Release 1929:532, p.1
5/30/1930 Alumni to attend annual commencement banquet.
284 Three members of the music department
College Eye 21:33, p.6
5/23/1930 Professors Samson, Barker, and Hayes attend meeting.
285 Training School baccalaureate service will be Sunday A.M.
College Eye 21:33, p.3
286 Church services
College Eye 21:32, p.6
5/16/1930 Howland Hanson will preach.
287 Frances Van Dyke to give organ recital
College Eye 21:32, p.6
5/16/1930 Performance program.
288 Verna Thompson, Inwood, soprano, junior student
Public Relations News Release 1929:463, p.1
4/30/1930 Gives voice recital with organist Jessie Axmear and accompanist Denva Meyers.
289 Seven Waterloo women students of the Iowa State Teachers College will sing
Public Relations News Release 1929:443, p.1
4/23/1930 Seven Waterloo residents to sing in Bel Canto Glee Clubs annual concert; list of other chorus members given.
290 Bel Cantos to give concert next week; Miss Freeman and Mr. Samson will assist with solo numbers
College Eye 21:28, p.1
4/18/1930 Performance preview and program.
291 Five year old composes own pieces
College Eye 21:27, p.3
4/11/1930 Profile of Patricia Anne Samson; photo.
292 The shade of Mendel, be it uneasy where it now rests, might choose Cedar Falls as its next abode
Public Relations News Release 1929:409, p.1
4/11/1930 G. W. Samson's five year old daughter Patricia Anne composes her own music and plays other pieces as well.
293 "Lady Nicotine's" true self revealed Sunday
College Eye 21:24, p.1
3/21/1930 Professor Eells will talk about smoking at CHIC vespers.
294 Seventy-three students are candidates for graduation; exercises will be held in college auditorium Mar. 7; Classes will dismiss at 10 A. M.
College Eye 21:21, p.1
2/28/1930 Rollo Lyman will speak; description of the program.
295 Compositions
College Eye 21:18, p.2
2/7/1930 Work by music faculty to be performed.
296 The tenth anniversary of the Prohibition
Public Relations News Release 1929:147, p.1
1/17/1930 Activities commemorating the anniversary of Prohibition are planned.
297 Well-known rabbi will speak Sunday at church services
College Eye 21:14, p.1
1/10/1930 Eugene Mannheimer will speak.
298 A huge platform, approximately forty feet wide
Public Relations News Release 1929:114, p.1
12/18/1929 A platform was built in the auditorium to make room the 320 people to sinh Handel's "Messiah."
299 Three hundred and twenty students
Public Relations News Release 1929:106, p.1
12/13/1929 Students will perform Handel's "Messiah" December 15. A list of performers is given.
300 "Signs of the times in religion" will be discussed Sunday
College Eye 21:12, p.3
12/6/1929 At CHIC.


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