1916 – Born in Manitowoc, Wisconsin. American violinist.
– She studied at the Juilliard School in New York before moving to Paris.
– She recorded concertos by Beethoven and Bruch with the Concertgebouw Orchestra in Amsterdam.
1935 – She was given a $25,000 violin after her performance at Lady Ravendale’s home in England.
1938 – She performed her first major concert in Wisconsin on January 17th.
– She was arrested in Paris after World War II, accused of being a Nazi sympathizer because she played under conductor Willem Mengelberg, who had been affiliated with musical associations sanctioned by the Nazi Party.
2002 – Died on April 28th of natural cause in Birmingham, Alabama.