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Collection Summary

Collection Title
London: Educational Establishments: South-East Essex Technical College and School of Art (1945-1958)
A collection of 16 programmes from the South-East Essex Technical College and School of Art, from 1945 to 1958. The college was located in Longbridge Road, Dagenham. The majority of programmes are from concerts given by the college orchestra.
Date range of collection
1945 - 1958
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Location Details

Royal College Of Music, Centre for Performance History
College Hall 220-238 Goldhawk Road London W12 9PL
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020 7591 4340
020 7589 7740 
Visiting Information
Mon-Fri by appointment
Research access by appointment only. Researchers will be provided with Collection Regulations, and will be asked to complete a Researcher Registration Form (copies are available on the CPH website)
Building Information
The Portraits and Performance History Collection and its associated reading room is housed in a recently adapted space within the RCM's College Hall, its hall of residence for students. There is step-free access for visitors.
Collections Overview
The Centre for Performance History (CPH) is a research centre and is also responsible for the stewardship of two well-established RCM research collections, the Museum of Instruments and the Portraits and Performance History Collection (PPHC). The latter houses a diverse collection relating to the history of performance including the RCM’s internationally famous collection of images, comprising 340 original portraits and sculptures and 25,000 prints and photographs, forming the most comprehensive archive of likenesses of musicians in the UK. The collection of 600,000 concert programmes from 1720 to the present day is of major importance for research into the history of music, society and culture.
For details of other collections held at the same location: See the location record

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Cardif University (Prifysgol Caerdydd)Royal College of Music LondonMuseums, Libraries and Archives Council