|Title||Certificate of Achievement|
|Dates of Creation||June 5, 1901|
|Scope & Content||
A certificate issued to Miss Bertha Mangus, dated June 5, 1901, upon completion of a full seven year's course in piano forte playing. The certificate was signed by Ella Gottschalk-Seeligson. A black and white portrait photograph of Ella Gottschalk-Seeligson is affixed at the top of the certificate.
According to the 1900 U.S. Census, Bertha Mangus was born in 1877, the daughter of Jacob M. and Nannie D. Mangus, and resided at 409 Highland Avenue SW in Roanoke, Virginia. Mr. Mangus operated his shoe and boot retail business at 208 Second Street SW.
The 1902 Roanoke city directory shows Mrs. E. G. Seeligson as a music teacher and pianist, residing at 33 Day Avenue SW.
|Year Range from||1901|
|Year Range to||1901|
Awards of merit
|Collection||History Museum of Western Virginia|
|Number of images||1|
|Object Name||Certificate, Achievement|
|Extent of Description||1- certificate, paper, 13 1/4" x 13 1/4"|