Portrait of Les Sans Souci, 1859

Portrait of Les Sans Souci, 1859

In 1859 Les Sans Souci, which also called itself the University Band, was one of several early musical groups organized by students. Frederick Arn (far left) was killed three years later at the battle of Shiloh in the Civil War.

Frame location: East side of South State Street, near the curb, facing west down East Liberty Street.

Collection info: UM Pict Hist p 191

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Article Keywords: Civil War, Entertainment, Les Sans Souci, Music, portraits, Recreation, University Band, University of Michigan, University of Michigan - Student Organizations, University of Michigan - Students
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Date: 1859

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