Isabella Beaton

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Isabella Beaton



Grinnell Stories blog by Dan Kaiser
Isabella Beaton, pianist
Music, Performing Arts, Women

Post title: Isabella Beaton, “Queen Among Musicians!”

Date published: August 9, 2018

Link to blog post:

Drake Library Archive Digital File Name: Grinnell Stories/2018-08-09 Isabella Beaton

Summary: Biography of Grinnell-born Isabella Beaton-- pianist, performer, teacher-- focusing on her career as well as her dedication to and care of her family.

1216 Main Street, Grinnell, IA, USA
American Association of University Women
Arcade, The (Recital Hall)
Association of Collegiate Alumnae
Beaton, Isabella (1870-1929)
Beaton, Loretta Hubbard (1829-1887)
Beaton, Margaretta Ella Assay (1834-1919)
Beaton School of Music
Beaton, William (1829-1907)
Blumenberg, Louis
Boise, O. B. (1844-1912)
Boston Symphony
Busoni, Feruccio
Carreño, Teresa
Cincinnati Orchestra
Cleveland School of Music
Cleveland Symphony
Congregational Church (Grinnell and Harlan, IA)
Council of Educational Alliance (auditorium)
Emil Pauer Orchestra
Farrington, Clara
Fortnightly Club
Grinnell College
Grinnell String Quartet
Harding, William G.
Hill, Abby Williams (1861-1943)
(Hill), Ione
Hubbard, Ruth
Iowa (Grinnell) Conservatory
Jordan Hall (Boston, MA)
Koch, Emma (1860-1945)
Lagen, Marc
La Vigne, A. A. (Dr. and Mrs.)
McCord, Fay
Metropolitan Opera House (New York, NY)
Moszkowski, Morits (1854-1925)
Mt. Pleasant State Hospital (originally Iowa Lunatic Asylum)
Music Teachers’ National Association
Nahan Franko Orchestra
National Federation of Women’s Clubs
Nevada, Emma
Paderewski, Ignacy Jan
Park, Ada Cora
Park, Caroline Ruth
Park, Hubbard B.
Park, Oliver W.
St. Cecelia Choir
Sorosis Society
Stewart Hall (Grinnell, IA)
Vittum, E. M. (Rev.) (1855-1938)
Western Reserve University (College for Women)
Woodland Avenue Savings and Trust Company
Zeisler, Fannie

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See also Isabella Beaton Collection #282

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