Thomas A. Moore Personal Papers
Scope and Contents
This collection consists of personal papers, correspondence, photographs, programs, records, videotapes, and cassette tape recordings covering Mr. Moore’s education and career from 1985-1999. His positions included Deputy to the Executive Director/ Director of Administration & Human Resources for Helen Keller International; Assistant Officer for Volunteers for Missions at the Episcopal Church Center World Mission Unit; Administrative Assistant for Special Parish Ministries and Administrative Assistant for Christian Education at Trinity Church (1980-1985); Employment Interviewer for the New York State Employment Service. Mr. Moore was also a formally trained musician who sung opera, oratorio and recitals throughout the United States, England, Italy, Africa, and the West Indies. His repertoire included: Alfredo, County Almaviva, Don Ottavio, the Duke if Mantua, Edgardo, Faust, Ferrando, Pinkerton, Rodolfo, and Tamino. Included in this historical collection are many sound recordings, videotapes of productions, newspaper articles of performances, and opera/recital/concert programs.
- 1985-1999, undated
Conditions Governing Access
This collection is open for research use.
Copyright retained by the authors of items in these papers, or their descendants, as stipulated by United States copyright law.
1.6 Linear Feet (Contains 5 document boxes)
This collection was donated by Thomas Moore's family following his death in 1999.
- Thomas A. Moore Personal Papers
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