Eleanor Halliday
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Black and white photograph of Eleanor Halliday, Treasurer of the 1967 International Congress of Organists.
The Royal Canadian College of Organists (RCCO) is an interdenominational community of professional and amateur organists, church musicians, choral conductors, and others who share an interest in organs and organ music. RCCO supports the development of organ and choral performance in Canada, and church musicianship.

Founded as the Canadian Guild of Organists in 1909, RCCO is the nation’s oldest association of musicians. In 1920 the name was changed to Canadian College of Organists, and in 1959 Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II granted use of the Royal prefix.

RCCO supports its members in the development and practice of organ and choral performance, and church musicianship. It offers vocational support to its members, publishes a bimonthly journal, holds annual conventions, and publishes organ and choral works. Annual examinations are held for the diplomas of Colleague, Associate and Fellow; the Professional Diploma in Choral Conducting; and the certificates in Service Playing and Choir Training.

The Royal Canadian College of Organists is a federally incorporated registered charitable organization. It is administered by a Board of Directors. The National Council is an independent advisory board which includes the directors, chairs of standing committees, and member representatives.

RCCO is divided into 8 geographic Regions: Atlantic; Quebec and Eastern Ontario; Central Ontario; Southern Ontario; Western Ontario; Manitoba and Northwest Ontario; Prairies; and Pacific. Within each Region are local Centers, where members carry out the day to day activities of the College in their own communities.
Reverse, in ink: Elenor Halliday, treasurer, ICO '67
Date of Original
Between 1950 and 1970
Image Dimensions
Image Width: 12cm
Image Height: 17.5cm
Local identifier
Royal Canadian College of Organists collection
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Recommended Citation
Wilfrid Laurier University Archives & Special Collections
Reproduction Notes
S506 Disc 1
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Eleanor Halliday

Black and white photograph of Eleanor Halliday, Treasurer of the 1967 International Congress of Organists.