Recreational

Marcel Tabuteau and his brother André have teen-age fun practicing the high jump. André maintained his interest in sports and eventually became a fencing master. Photos courtesy of Guy Baumier.
 
L-R: Daniel Bonade, his wife, Maud, Marcel Tabuteau, and Lucien Calliet in Ocean City NJ, c. 1919. On the reverse of the photograph, the diminutive Maud writes in French that she feels like a giant, too [probably a double-entendre].
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From the Jerry Pierce Collection on Daniel Bonade, International Clarinet Association Research Center, Special Collections in Performing Arts, University of Maryland.

 

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Tabuteau ‘out west’ (Arizona) in 1936 sporting full dude ranch regalia during a tour with the Philadelphia Orchestra. Photo by Don Keller, Phoenix, Arizona.
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Tabuteau ‘out west’ (Arizona) in 1936 sporting full dude ranch regalia during a tour with the Philadelphia Orchestra [Newsprint Photo]

In Canada at Cape Breton

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Tabuteau at Cape Breton, Nova Scotia. Taken during the war years of the 1940s when he could not return to France.
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Tabuteau with a good catch at Cape Breton, Nova Scotia
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‘A good catch!’ A 1940s color photograph of Tabuteau in Canada where he
spent his summers during the war years

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