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Frank Carter Campbell, American librarian. Member Music Library Association (president 1967-1969, editor journal. 1971-1974), American Musicol. Society, International Association Music Libraries, The Bohemians, Opera Society Washington, Cantata Singers, Festival Orchestra Society, Aston Magna Foundation Music., Clarion Music Society (vice president), International Association for Study of Popular Music, Jupiter Symphony (music advisory).

Background

Campbell, Frank Carter was born on September 26, 1916 in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, United States. Son of Joseph Preston and Marvel Inez (Carter) Campbell.

Education

Bachelor of Music, Salem College, Winston-Salem, North Carolina, 1938; Master of Music, Eastman School Music, Rochester, New York, 1942.

Career

Cataloger, Eastman School Music, 1943; music librarian, Library of Congress, 1943-1959; professor music history, American U., 1950-1953; assistant chief music division, New York Public Library, 1959-1966; chief, New York Public Library, 1966-1985. Music critic Washington Eve. Star, 1953-1959.

Membership

Member Music Library Association (president 1967-1969, editor journal. 1971-1974), American Musicol. Society, International Association Music Libraries, The Bohemians, Opera Society Washington, Cantata Singers, Festival Orchestra Society, Aston Magna Foundation Music., Clarion Music Society (vice president), International Association for Study of Popular Music, Jupiter Symphony (music advisory).

Connections

father:
Joseph Preston Campbell

mother:
Marvel Inez (Carter) Campbell