Euphemia Tully McIvor Collection

Archive Collection

Scope and Content

Mrs McIvor née Tully's correspondence and personal ephemera from 1920s to 1980s, teaching ephemera from 1943 to 1987, student ephemera from 1925 to 1932 and performance ephemera, both participating (from 1923 to 1940) and attending (from 1925 to 1987).

Administrative / Biographical History

Collection documents donated by Ronald J McIvor, son of Euphemia McIvor née Tully, on 4th July 2014.

Euphemia McIvor née Tully was a teacher of pianoforte elected licentiate by the Royal Academy of Music on 29th June 1933. Previously she had been a pupil at the Scottish National Academy of Music (formerly the Glasgow Athenaeum School of Music, now the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland) from 1925. She was also a Licentiate of Trinity College of Music London (LTCL). Mrs McIvor was a private instructor of pianoforte and musical theory in Glasgow. Mrs Euphemia McIvor née Tully passed away in 1998.

Conditions Governing Access

Open. Appointment necessary. Email: archives@rcs.ac.uk

Acquisition Information

Donated by creator's son Ronald J. McIvor on 4th of July 2014.