Title:Charles Augustus Sippi diary and related papers, 1893-1947 (bulk 1893-1897)
Creator/Contributor:Sippi, Charles Augustus, 1844-, creator
Typed transcript of a diary kept while bursar of the London, Ontario, insane asylum. Some comment on current affairs, but
mainly concerns his work, family and church affairs, social activities, music, the theatre, and Irish Home Rule, and his association
with Dr. Richard Maurice Bucke. Copied also is a letter to Sippi by Edward Blake, Toronto, January 19, 1894. Accompanying
the diary is a biographical sketch of Sippi embraced in an article, The Italian Contribution to the Development of Music in
Ontario, by Emilio Goggio (Toronto? 1947?).
Subject:Sippi, Charles Augustus -- 1844- -- Diaries
Bucke, Maurice -- 1837-1902
London Asylum for Insane (Ont.)
Music -- Canada
Psychiatric hospitals -- Ontario -- History -- 19th century
Also on microfilm with call number BANC FILM 3341.
Charles Augustus Sippi diary and related papers, BANC MSS P-C 218, The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley.
2 volumes (0.1 linear feet)
1 microfilm reel : negative (Box 3481) and positive.
BANC MSS P-C 218 v.1
BANC MSS P-C 218 v.2
BANC FILM 3341