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List of fonds and Collections
BOHRER, WILLIAM, ca. 1830-ca. 1908
William and Max Bohrer fonds. - 1867-[19-]. - 3 textual records.
Max(1860-1942): Son of William, born in Montréal, Quebec. He studied piano with his father and played for Anton Rubinstein in 1873 when the latter visited Montréal. He taught music for almost 57 years, held the position of vice-principal of the Montreal School of Music, and succeeded his father as administrator of the Dominion College of Music.
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Immediate source of acquisition: acquired from Helen Kahn in 1987.
Finding aids: inventory.