The collection includes papers, music programs, and clippings.
Clark Alberti (1841-1931) spent 60 years in the newspaper business, part of the time as Associate Editor of the "Coronado
Journal." In the 1920s he added photography to his interests. Clark Alberti married Nellie Hilligros, who sang as a soprano
for many years in San Bernardino and San Diego. She was active in church music and music education activities (the Amphion
Club) in San Diego from 1907 until the late 1920s.
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