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*Marcus DeLoach graduated from Andover High School in 1992, not thinking that he would be performing opera. By 1998 this baratone had completed a 3-year run at Opera Theatre of St. Louis. He had also found out that it wasn't easy to have a career as a classical arts singer. As he said," the superstars get the big money," and you can go in and out of fame.
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When the Lawrence YWCA decided it no longer wanted to house documents from early female  immigrants Andover resident Eartha Dengler, a lover of history, decided the documents were too important to destroyWith them she began the Immigrant City Archives (later renamed the [http://www.lawrencehistorycenter.org/ Lawrence History Center]). She added materials, especially photos that she collected from other immigrants.
 
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*At age 24 he was going to make his debut at London's Wigmore Hall, and, after that, make his debut at Boston Lyric Opera playing  Marquis in ''la Traviata''. He also took time to do a non-operatic program at the Collins Center for Dollars for Scholars.
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*By 2003 he had been with the New York City Opera for 3 years. He was part of a group of American opera singers who were  trying the make opera a vital American medium. He sometimes sang newer American works and some operas in English translation. He wanted to sing at the Met some day, but also to  be more of a crossover artist.
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*Eartha Day: Former Andoverite Dengler Honored as Outstanding American. (winner of Outstanding American by Choice Initiative, awarded by the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Service.)(photo) ''Andover Townsman'' September 17, 2009, p.1, 2.
 
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*Classical Art Singer Marcus DeLoach to Perform Nov. 1 at Collins Center. ''Andover Townsman''. 7/16/1998, page 14.
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*At the Forefront of Opera's New Breed. (photos) Andover Townsman. 1/23/2003, page 15.
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*"Immigrant City Archives Founder Lauded for Preserving History", Eagle Tribune, September 20, 2009.
  
 
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When the Lawrence YWCA decided it no longer wanted to house documents from early female immigrants Andover resident Eartha Dengler, a lover of history, decided the documents were too important to destroy. With them she began the Immigrant City Archives (later renamed the Lawrence History Center). She added materials, especially photos that she collected from other immigrants.

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  • Eartha Day: Former Andoverite Dengler Honored as Outstanding American. (winner of Outstanding American by Choice Initiative, awarded by the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Service.)(photo) Andover Townsman September 17, 2009, p.1, 2.
  • "Immigrant City Archives Founder Lauded for Preserving History", Eagle Tribune, September 20, 2009.


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