1. Ralph Euverman is Arie van Mansum's son in law.
2. The translation of the two cards are very roughly as follows: "Council of Labor, Maastricht (city in Amsterdam). In connection with the provisions of Art. 256 of Invalidity, do we have below a statement on the number premium, that Uwe last recipted interest card is charged, and the total amount of premium that including this card interest rates, for now you made. If you are using the specified entry can not unite, can you feel under the Articles. 344 f and 345 of Invalidity resist. The President, A.C.J Moonen."
Interest Number (or Code)
Number of Weeks Wait
Number Receipted Week Premium
All Received Interest Cards
3. Only one card is scanned as an example.
4. The receipts can be found within the Arie van Mansum fonds box within the vault.
The fonds contains the professional and working material of Alice Postner in her career as a music teacher and composer. It consists of texual records and music manuscripts used as teaching material; copies of her own compositions; biographical articles; correspondence; recital programmes and invit…
The fonds contains the professional and working material of Alice Postner in her career as a music teacher and composer. It consists of texual records and music manuscripts used as teaching material; copies of her own compositions; biographical articles; correspondence; recital programmes and invitations.
1921-1967 [predominently 1950's]
Alice Postner (Dec. 20 1905 - April 16 1967) was a Montreal pianist, composer and music teacher. Born in Montreal, she attended the Montreal Pianoforte School of Music, then MacDonald College to be trained as a teacher. While teaching, Mrs. Postner gave lessons in piano and music theory from her home. At age 35, she attended McGill for a Bachelor of Music, graduating in 1957 and went on to teach Conservatorium of Music at the University. In the late 1940's Mrs. Postner began composing her own choral music. In the 1950's her compositions were published. Alice Postner was married to Jacob Postner with whom she had a son and daughter.
The Alice Posner Fonds was donated to the JPL-A by Harry Postner in 1991.
Material was weeded, rehoused and described in 2014. Textual material concerning various musical movements and composers was sampled.