Programs, news clippings, correspondence, photographs, audio recordings, music scores, and other materials which document
Herbert Nanney's tenure as Stanford University professor of music and university organist.
Herbert Boswell Nanney, university organist and professor of music at Stanford University, was born in Whittier, California
in 1918. He began piano lessons at the age of five, and studied organ under UCLA's Alexander Schreiner while a high school
student. Nanney received his A.B. in Music from Whittier College in 1940, an Artist's Diploma from the Curtis Institute of
Music in Philadelphia in 1947, and his M.A. from Stanford in 1951.
4 Linear feet 6 manuscript boxes, 1 flat box
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