Fonds - Roy Maley fonds

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Roy Maley fonds

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  • 1938-1970 (Creation)
    Maley, Roy

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7 cm of textual material

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Biographical history

Stephen Roy Maley was born in Brockville, Ontario on March 10, 1897. He studied piano and voice until a thyroid surgery affected his singing. He became a journalist for the Winnipeg Tribune in 1930, becoming a music critic in 1938. He wrote for the Tribune even after his retirement in 1967, and continued to contribute a weekly music column until the paper closed in 1980. Roy Maley passed away in Winnipeg, Manitoba on October 17, 1987.

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The records of Roy Maley were donated to the Alumni Association, and then accessioned by the RWB Archives.

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The Roy Maley fonds consists of scrapbooks (1938-1970).

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The responsibility for conforming with copyright, libel and privacy legislation lies with the researcher.

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The University of Manitoba School of Music houses Roy Maley’s collection of autographs and photographs of famous musicians.

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