IX.4107. Seva Patricia Victory, b. Apr. 3, 1932, Havana, Cuba (Thornton Victory 8, Mary P.7, Norman 6, John 5, Wm.4, Jos.3, Dan.2, Wm.1).
Before me is a programme (July 28, 1939) "Seva Patricia Victory Piano Recital Conservatorio Internacional-Calle F-No 660-Vedado (Seven year old pupil of Mrs. Maria Jones deCastro. Program "Minuet in G major ) Bach Minuet in B flat major ) "The Harmonious Blacksmith" - Haendel "Allegro" - Mozart "Romance" - Beethoven Part II. "Two Waltzes" - Schubert "Dolly Is Ill" ) Tschaikowski "Dolly's Funeral ) "Bagatelle" from Op. 68 No. 5 ) Schuman "Soldier's March" from Op. 68 No. 2 ) "Chasing Butterflies," from Etude in G sharp major - Chopin-Wolfe Part III. "Suite" Tansman (7 selections.)
Seva Patricia won the Gold Medal, 2nd Grade, at the Conservatory for pupil with best standing. Her picture is on the cover of the programme, shows her with short, very light, curly hair, laughing eyes, set wide apart, mouth large, rather than small. In 1954, her photograph with her parents was sent the compiler by Miss Gladys Powell of Clinton, N.Y., taken this year, while the Victorys were visiting her.
IX.4110. Harold William Maltby, b. Nov. 17, 1930 (Harold 8, Wm.J.7, Norman 6, John 5, Wm.4, Jos.3, Dan.2, Wm.1). Before me is a news- paper picture of Harold, headed:
"A 5-year-old Lifesaver."
"If there are any swimmers to be saved, count on Harold William Maltby, 5 year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Maltby, of Sedalia, Mo. Adept as a seal in the water, Harold William has received a Red Cross lifesaving beginners button for passing the amazing tests. The little boy is shown swimming on his back and towing his instructor, Emmett Trader, Jr., across the Liberty Park swimming pool. Harold William is the youngest swimmer at the pool and one of the youngest ever to receive the lifesaving button. He dives, swims the overhand stroke and can float.
Two years ago he was given the highest score in his class at the State fair clinic."
Believed to be unmarried.