Obituaries - NY - 1920 - Alfred Hallam

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Obituaries - NY - 1920 - Alfred Hallam

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Alfred Hallam Dead

Former Conductor of People's Choral Union Was Long Ill

Alfred Hallam, widely known in the East as a musical director, died yesterday in Roosevelt Hospital after a lingering illness. He was born in Rugby, England, sixty years ago and came here in 1893. For nearly twenty years he was in charge of the music in the schools of M/ Vernon, and while there compiled several books of hymns and choral songs. In 1913 he went up to Saratoga as music director of the Skidmore Conservatory of Arts, later holding the same position with the Chautauqua institution.

For two seasons he conducted the chorus of the Labor Temple and the People's Choral Union of this city and then, until his illness, he was song leader of the War Camp Community Service in Boston. Many representatives of musical societies will attend the services at the Funeral Church, Broadway and Sixty-sixth Street, tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock.

Source: New York Times, Friday, January 2, 1920

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