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Thurber, Jeannette Meyerslocked

(29 January 1850–02 January 1946)
  • D. Royce Boyer

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Thurber, Jeannette Meyers (29 January 1850–02 January 1946), benefactor, impresario, and advocate of music, was born in New York City, the daughter of Henry Meyers (sometimes Meyer) and Anne Maria Coffin Price. Her father, born in Copenhagen, Denmark, was a wealthy amateur violinist. He encouraged his daughter’s musical education, privately in New York and at the Paris Conservatoire. She married Francis Beattie Thurber in 1869. He was a successful, well-to-do wholesale grocer, a lawyer, and an organizer in 1881 of the National Anti-Monopoly League, as well as a strong supporter of his wife’s causes in the arts. They were parents of three children....

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