Brief,typewritten diary of Houston Symphony's Golden Anniversary
Tour to Washington, D.C.and to New York City, where the symphony performed respectively
in Constitution Hall and the Philharmonic Hall of the newly built Lincoln Center. The
diary also gives an accounts of the various events and receptions, including a tour at
the White House.
"Diary of Houston Symphony's Golden Anniversary Tour." (1964): http://hdl.handle.net/1911/36743.
The 1964 tour celebrated the Houston Symphony's Golden Anniversary.
Houston civic leaders and symphony supporters that participated in the tour included Ima
Hogg, Mr. and Mrs. Gus Wortham, General and Mrs. Maurice Hirsch and Mr. and Mrs. Ray
Dudley. Sir John Barbirolli was music conductor of the Houston Symphony at this time.
The diary is pasted into Ima Hogg's Houston Symphony's Golden Anniversary scrapbook.
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