Fehr, Carl A.
Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:
Identifier: UA 5.233
Scope and Contents This collection includes letters written by Beverly Simonton Kelly to her parents from her freshman year at William & Mary in 1949, until her graduation in 1953. Her letters mention and/or discuss a number of subjects, including (but not limited to) registration, purchasing her Duc cap for $1.00, her first curtsy to Lord Botetourt, freshman customs, the honor system, her class schedules, cost of books, social rules for women, the campus, social events and activities,...
Identifier: MS 00235
Content Description 37 letters and one postcard from Carl "Pappy" Fehr to Frederick Tubbs who received voice lessons from Fehr in the early 1950's. The two became friends and exchanged letters for years afterward. The letters in this collection span from 1953-1988. In addition to the letters are LP recordings of the William and Mary Choir, The Common Glory from 1953, 1955-1957, 1959-1962, 1966, and a four LP set from 1948-1949.
Identifier: UA 6.017
Scope and Contents The collection contains materials related to Dr. Carl A. Fehr's music professorship as well as his direction of the College of William and Mary's choral program and those of The Common Glory and The Founders summer pageants and the Williamsburg Baptist Church choir. In addition to his reflections on choral direction and discipline, the collection includes extensive materials on Dr. Fehr's professional management of the College's choral program, a series of published choral programs, a...