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Inventory of the Inez Fabbri collection, 1858-[ca. 1908]
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Collection includes newspaper clippings and scrapbooks; studio photographs of Madame Fabbri wearing her opera gowns, photograph albums of her colleagues and family; an unpublished draft of a romance of Madame Fabbri's life by her grand niece, Agnes Jacoby; a tape recording of an interview by John A. Emerson with Katherine Shortridge in 1977 concerning her great aunt; a volume of 16 published compositions by Fabbri's first husband, Richard Mulder; and other memorabilia.
Madame Inez Fabbri, 1831-1909, was prima donna assoluta, originally in Frankfurt am Main, later in San Francisco, Calif. She toured South America, Canada, Puerto Rico, and the United States.
All requests for permission to publish or quote from manuscripts must be submitted in writing to the Head of the Music Library.
Collection is open for research.