Archives Collection 8 : George Lambert



Biography
George (James) Lambert, baritone and teacher, was born in Long Preston, Yorkshire, England, on the 17th of December 1900, and died in Toronto on the 13th of September 1971. In 1932, Lambert joined the teaching staff of the Toronto Conservatory of Music (TCM); he taught there until his death. See the Canadian Encyclopedia for a full biography.
Scope
Memorabilia , photographs, Correspondence, lecture notes, brochures and programs.
Size

1 box: .06m
Provenance

Archival materials included with donation of books and scores from his estate. 1972(?)

Inventory
Correspondence. Letters from students, and drafts of letters by Lambert.
1 file.
Jon Vickers memorabilia. Photographs and news clippings of Vickers, in Samson, 1958, with Queen Elizabeth ; autograph note unsigned. .
1 file.
C-I-L Opera House of the Air. Season brochure, with programs and news clippings enclosed.
1 brochure.
Lecture notes ; Programs of recitals by his students.
1 file.
Photographs . Lambert, or Lambert and students ; Edward Johnson as Don Josť, autographed ; Alfredo Martini, 1928 postcard.
1 file.
Snapshots. England, Italy, 1925-1929 ; New York, 1929 ; Banff, 1931
1 Album.