Duvoir Timeline

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1889-08-04 Born at Paris, France 
1900-xx-xx Left school at age 11 and became a listener at the Paris Conservatory 
1908-xx-xx Awarded "Premier Accessit", Paris Conservatoire Concours 
1909-xx-xx Conscripted to military service in the auxiliary 
1910-xx-xx Awarded "Second Prix", Paris Conservatoire Concours 
1911-10-10 Started basic training 
1912-02-15 Entered military instruction 
1912-02-15 Completed basic training 
1913-11-05 Married in Paris to Germain Louise Charret 
1913-11-05 Listed his profession as "Professor of Music" on marriage certificate 
1914-08-12 Deployed to the German front 
1914-xx-xx Became ill with unknown condition (late 1914) 
1915-07-05 Dismissed from military, "service no longer of value" 
1917-10-10 Daugher Solange Louise Duvoir born 
1920-09-05 Arrives from Le Havre, France aboard the "France" 
1922-10-05 Arrives from Le Havre, France with wife, Solange and mother Germaine aboard the "La Touraine" 
1925-10-19 University of Minnesota Board or Regents confirms appointment of Professor of Oboe for 1925-1926 
1926-11-04 University of Minnesota Board or Regents confirms appointment of Professor of Oboe for 1926-1927 
1927-11-09 University of Minnesota Board or Regents confirms appointment of Professor of Oboe for 1927-1928 
1928-10-20 University of Minnesota Board or Regents confirms appointment of Professor of Oboe for 1928-1929 
1928-xx-xx Listed as Professor of Oboe at the University of Minnesota 
1931-10-03 University of Minnesota Board or Regents confirms appointment of Professor of Oboe for 1931-1932 
1943-09-08 Mention of presence at Frank Sinatra recording "Higher and Higher" with RKO Orchestra. (From "Put your Dreams Away" by Luiz Carlos do Nacimento Silva.) 
1944-10-09 RKO contract for 12 months at $5,200 
1944-11-04 Pacific Coast Musician reviews LA Philharmonic concert at Hollywood Bowl 
1945-06-08 RKO contract until March 31, 1946 at $3,983.35 
1946-04-01 RKO Contract for 17 months for $133/ week 
1947-08-08 RKO contract for one year at $133.00/week 
1948-09-01 RKO contract for one year @ $133.00/week 
1950-09-01 RKO contract for one year at $133.00/week 
1952-01-16 RKO contract for one year $146.30/week 
1953-01-16 RKO contract for 12 months at $153/ week 
1953-xx-xx Coleman Chamber Music reviews Fine Arts Wind Players 
1954-xx-xx Built home in Pinon Hills, CA 
1956-xx-xx Credit for playing oboe in "Around the World in 80 Days" as Alexander DuVoir (Internet Movie Database) 
1956-xx-xx Release of Fine Arts Wind Players Hindemith/Poulenc quartet on Capital Records 
1979-06-23 Died at 5:45 am 
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