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Album of Beauty which is similar to a yearbook. Each of the students from the Music Vale Seminary was represented. Empty pages would be left between the pictures for autographs and other words.

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This was one of the about fifty women whose picture appeared in the Music Vale Seminary's album of beauty.

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This book was used as a log of those who applied for admission at Music Vale Seminary during the year of 1860.

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Music is still prevalent in the Whittlesey blood line. This is Oen Kennedy, the great-great-great-great grandson of Oramel Whittlesey, founder of the Music Vale Seminary.

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This is a page from the inside of the 1860 Admission Report Book. Several applicant's names are visibile. Oramel would keep track of the materials he had sent each applicant. On this page Oramel wrote, "Sent Music and Paper"

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The top image is the Music Vale Seminary as it looked upon its opening in 1835.
In January 1868, a special-effects display during a performance resulted in a fire. To create thunder, Oramel rolled cannon balls along the back of the state. To createā€¦

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"There's a Proud Noble Flag" is a piece of music written by Oramel Whittlesey. This particular copy is autographed.

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"There's a Proud Noble Flag" is a piece of music written by Oramel Whittlesey. This particular copy is autographed. This is the inside of the music booklet.

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"The Welcome" is another piece of music written by Oramel Whittlesey. This particular copy is a "Welcome" to the pupils of the Music Vale Seminary. This copy is autographed by Whittlesey.

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"The Welcome" is another piece of music written by Oramel Whittlesey. This particular copy is a "Welcome" to the pupils of the Music Vale Seminary. This copy is autographed by Whittlesey.
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