Papers (1930s-1970s) of Polish American musician and music teacher Alexandra (Nurcyzynski) Jaskolska (1918- ) document her musical and journalistic careers. Jaskolski was born in Boston, Massachusetts, and trained and taught at the New England Conservatory of Music there. As a soloist, she was known as "Olenka Nurczynska-Bertylda". Included in her papers are publications and administrative correspondence from the New England Conservatory of Music; Polish and Polish American music; diaries; and miscellany. In addition to her musical work, Jaskolski edited the Polish American newspaper Gazeta Polonii.
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