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Hirschler (Otto) papers
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Collection consists of scrapbook of letters, programs, clippings and other documents relating to Hirschler's composing career; loose documents, including Hirschler's resume, biography and obituary; and medal from the American Conservatory of Music, Chicago.
Otto Theophilius Hirschler was a composer, organist, and professor. Born on December 16, 1889 in Hillsboro, Kansas, Hirschler attended Bethel College (1907-8), Pomona College (1911-14), Los Angeles Conservatory of Music (1914-15), and the American Conservatory of Music, Chicago, where he received the Conservatory's gold medal. He was a professor of music at Albion College (1916-17) and at Coe College (1917-19). He moved to Los Angeles in 1919, where he was organist, choir director, and/or director of music in many churches. He taught organ, piano, and voice privately. In addition, he was a professor at the Bible Institute of Los Angeles (BIOLA), California Christian College, and Pepperdine College. He died on September 8, 1979.
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