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MacMILLAN, KEITH, 1920-1991
Keith MacMillan fonds. - 1921-1991. - 1.54 m of textual records. - 117 photographs. - 15 negatives. - 3 slides. - 40 audio discs. - 138 audio tape cassettes. - 183 audio tape reels.
Strongly involved in music, he worked as General Secretary of the Canadian Music Centre from 1964 to 1976, and also became the Centre's director general (1976-77). During his extensive career, he also worked for a number of agencies including the Canadian Conference of the Arts, the Canadian Music Educators' Association, the Music Information Centres Commission of the International Association of Music Libraries and the Toronto Mendelssohn Choir. A course instructor at York University for a number of years, Keith MacMillan was appointed chairman of the music department at the University of Ottawa (1977-85), where he taught acoustics and Canadian music. Through his hard work, he made an admirable contribution to the promotion of Canadian music.
Scope and content
Immediate source of acquisition: acquired from Patricia MacMillan, widow of Keith MacMillan, in 1993 and 1995.
Restrictions: results of student examinations, financial statements of various organizations and certain correspondence files.
Finding aids: provisional description.