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Johnstone, Arthur Edward, 1860-1944


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    • Johnstone, A. E., 1860-1944
    • Johnston, Arthur E., 1860-1944
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    • found: His Instruments of the modern symphony orchestra and band, c1930:t.p. (Arthur Edward Johnstone)
    • found: His Musical criticisms, 1905:t.p. (Arthur Johnstone)
    • found: Baker, 8th ed.(Johnstone, Arthur Edward; b. 5/13/1860, London; d. 1/23/44, Wilkes-Barre, Pa.; English-American composer and teacher)
    • found: 1900 U.S. Census viewed at Ancestry.com, July 3, 2017(Arthur E. Johnstone; Arthur E. Johnston; photographer; born, May, 1860 in England; residence, Manhattan, New York; wife, Clara A. Johnstone)
    • found: 1910 U.S. Census viewed at Ancestry.com, July 3, 2017(Arthur E. Johnstone; musician; born about 1861 in England; residence, Manhattan, New York; wife Clara A. Johnstone)
    • found: New York times, January 25, 1944, viewed online via ProQuest Historical Newspapers, July 3, 2017p. 19 (Arthur E. Johnstone; musician and composer; died, January 23, 1944 in Willkes-Barre, Pennsylvania; born in London, England; pioneered the making of music recordings for phonographs with Thomas Edison; expert photographer, credited with making the first motion picture by artificial light for the Biograph Company; taught harmony, composition and music appreciation at Cornell University, Washington University and Teachers College in St. Louis; taught privately and at normal schools; orchestra conductor; music editor and composer of educational music)
    • found: Moody's manual of corporation securities, 1902, viewed online via Google books, July 3, 2017p. 1317 (American Mutoscope and Biograph Company; company directors, A.E. Johnstone and others)
    • found: The Bioscope weblog, posted January 7, 2009, viewed July 3, 2017(The Bioscope Festival of Lost Films; The Jeffries-Sharkey fight, American Mutoscope and Biograph Company,1899; cinematographers, Arthur E. Johnstone, Wallace McCutcheon, F.J. Marion)
    • found: LC database, July 3, 2017(hdg.: Johnstone, A. E.)
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    • 1993-06-22: new
    • 2017-07-03: revised
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