Boston Brass Band memorandum book
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Memorandum book of the Boston Brass Band compiled by S. S. Pearce, listing performances, venues, names of musicians, and amounts paid in 1837. The Band played at venues in New England, including Faneuil Hall and Boston Common, and at parades, military musters, and funerals. The second part of the book records an Atlantic sea voyage taken in August 1838.
- Pearce, S. S. (Person)
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Open for research. Volume is fragile and should be used with care.
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The Boston Brass Band was formed in 1835 when part of the Boston Brigade Band merged with the Green Dragon Band. It played numerous civic engagements until its dissolution in 1861.
Dickinson, Samuel and George W. Boynton. The Boston Almanac for the Year 1838. Boston: S.N. Dickinson, 1838.
Hurd, D. Hamilton. History of Plymouth County, Massachusetts. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: J.W. Lewis & Co., 1884.
Ian Brabner, Bookseller, catalog entry 14519513.
Roberts, Oliver Ayer. History of the Military Company of the Massachusetts. Boston: Alfred Mudge & Son, 1897.
1 Volumes (84 pages) ; 16 cm
Immediate Source of Acquisition
Purchased from Ian Brabner, bookseller, in 2013.
Fair: two separated signatures. Some separation at joints, light scattered foxing.
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