Photo of Helen Hopekirk to Helen TetlowPhoto of Helen Hopekirk to Helen TetlowHelen Ingersoll Tetlow, was a music teacher (piano) and collector. She was the daughter of John Tetlow and Elizabeth Ingersoll Harrington. She graduated from Girls Latin School in Boston in 1895 and graduated from Radcliffe in 1899. She apparently attended NEC from 1898-1901? Tetlow was the author of From a Dana Hill Window: [The Life of Henry Francis Harrington, Pastor of the Lee Street Church, 1854-1864]. She was also co-editor with Constance Huntington Hall of Helen Hopekirk (1856-1945), privately printed in 1954.

Physical description

1 clamshell box containing 8 file folders

Provenance

Gift of Frances Tetlow, 1976-1977; indexed by Geraldine Ostrove. The 1975 certificate was located later and added to the collection.

Access

Access to the Helen Tetlow Collection is granted by the Director of Libraries. Appointments must be scheduled in advance. There are no restrictions pertaining to this collection. To see an itemized list of the the contents of this collection, click here.

Copyright

All copyrights to this collection belong to the New England Conservatory.
Permission to publish materials from this collection is granted by the Director of Libraries. This collection should be cited as the Helen Tetlow Collection in the Archives at New England Conservatory, Boston.


WITHOUT CRAFTSMANSHIP, INSPIRATION IS A MERE REED SHAKEN IN THE WIND. JOHANNES BRAHMS