A Boston native, Fannie Kellogg began singing with the Mendelssohn Quintet Club of Boston in 1875. The vocalist then became well known in New York as an amateur singer. In 1876 she made her professional debut as Filina in "Mignon" at the Academy of Music. Kellogg participated in the famous "Telephone Concerts" at Steinway Hall in 1877, in which a piano solo played in Philadelphia was broadcast on the New York stage. Kellogg poses here in an elaborate costume at the Warren studio in Boston.
- 1875 circa 5 years
- Original Format:
- Carte de Visite
- William S. Warren (Boston)
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