This collection consists of scrapbooks, photographs, correspondence, newspaper and magazine clippings, miscellaneous documents,
posters, programs, brochures, essays, and memorabilia
Joseph Zollner was born in 1862 in Brooklyn, N.Y.;
studied in Germany and N.Y., and established a
reputation as a pianist and violinist; formed the
Zoellner Quartet in 1903 in Brooklyn with his
three children: Antoinette, Amandus, and Joseph,
Jr.; they lived in Stockton, Calif. from 1903-6,
where Joseph had a music store, and from 1906-12
toured and studied in Europe; returned to the U.S.
in 1919, and settled in Los Angeles, where the
four founded the Zoellner Conservatory of Music in
1922; Joseph, Sr. died in 1950, but the school
continued, while Joseph, Jr. formed another
quartet which toured the U.S. throughout the
9 boxes (4.5 linear ft.)
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