Ap­ril 25, 1843, Rip­ley Coun­ty, In­di­a­na.

Oc­to­ber 20, 1921, Port­land, Or­e­gon.

Ci­ty View Cem­e­tery, Sa­lem, Or­e­gon.

Parvin was the hus­band of Ad­e­laide Sut­ton (mar­ried 1866, Bar­dolph, Il­li­nois).

During the Am­er­i­can ci­vil war, he was in Com­pa­ny D, 64th Il­li­nois In­fan­try. He served for a year un­til 1862, when he was dis­charged for a dis­a­bil­i­ty.

By 1898, he was a pi­a­no and voice in­struc­tor at Al­bany Col­lege (now Lew­is & Clark Col­lege), Port­land, Or­e­gon. In 1917, his name, with the ti­tle Mus. Doc., ap­peared on mu­sic whose back cover had the com­mence­ment prog­ram for the North­west Nor­mal School of Music and Arts.

Parvin’s works in­clude:

  1. Coimbatore
  2. Fort Myers
  3. Prisoner’s Song
  4. Tripoli
  5. Vanderbilt

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