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Helen Pitzele Collection (MC 174)

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Box and Folder List
Provenance

Biographical/Historical Note

Helen Pitzele, nee Schutzbank, was a professional musician who donated many scores and miscellaneous items in 2002 to the CSU Archives. She grew up in a Jewish family in Centerville, Ohio and attended the University of Iowa. She married O. Sherman Pitzele and the couple lived in California and after his death, she lived in Minnesota for a time. She taught at music camps in Georgia where her late sister, Ruth Schwob and husband Simon Schwob were benefactors of the music school and library at Columbus State University.

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Permission to publish material from the Helen Pitzele Collection must be obtained from the Columbus State University Archives. Use of the following credit line for publication or exhibit is required:

Helen Pitzele Collection, MC 174
Columbus State University Archives
Columbus, Georgia

Provenance

Donated by Helen S. Pitzele September 25, 2002.

Box and Folder List

Box 1

  • Folder 1 Song Lyrics
  • Folder 2 Columbus College Piano Trio Programs
  • Folder 3 The Tattler June 9, 1966
  • Folder 4 Boy Scout Vote Flyer Nov 6, 1956
  • Folder 5 A "Happy Birthday" Waltz
  • Folder 6 Musemont Camp Flyer
  • Folder 7 Oliver P. Morton H.S. Graduation Program
  • Folder 8 Personal Letter February 11, 1957
  • Folder 9 Laguna Beach Chamber Music Society Program 1987-1988
  • Folder 10 Centerville H.S. Yearbook 1924

Processed by Rebecca Jeffords November 2003.