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Leopold Stokowski papers

Ms. Coll. 381

Leopold Stokowski papers

Ms. Coll. 381

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Summary Information

Repository:
University of Pennsylvania: Kislak Center for Special Collections, Rare Books and Manuscripts
Creator:
Stokowski, Leopold, 1882-1977
Title:
Leopold Stokowski papers
Date [inclusive]:
1916-1994
Call Number:
Ms. Coll. 381
Extent:
47 boxes (+ 1 map drawer)
Language:
English
Abstract:
Some personal papers of Leopold Stokowski, including correspondence to and from Stokowski, notebooks, calendars, bank statements, royalty statements, insturance records, and contracts; this includes some correspondence and contracts related to Stokowski’s tenure as conductor of the Philadelphia Orchestra (bulk 1937-1946). Also includes writings by and about Stokowski, obituaries, programs, photographs, scrapbooks, clippings, awards, memorabilia, and issues of three newsletters devoted to Stokowski. Also includes administrative correspondence of the former curator of the Leopold Stokowski Collection at the Curtis Institute of Music, Dr. Edwin E. Heilakka, 1980-1994.
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Leopold Stokowski papers, Kislak Center for Special Collections, Rare Books and Manuscripts, University of Pennsylvania
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Summary Information

Repository:
University of Pennsylvania: Kislak Center for Special Collections, Rare Books and Manuscripts
Creator:
Serkin, Rudolf, 1903-
Title:
Rudolf Serkin papers
Date [inclusive]:
1908-2003
Call Number:
Ms. Coll. 813
Extent:
76 linear feet (178 boxes)
Language:
English
Language Note:
The bulk of this collection is in English, however, a significant portion (in particular the subseries "Family Correspondence") is in German. A small portion of material is in other languages (including French, Italian, Chinese, Japanese, and a few others).
Abstract:
Rudolf Serkin (1903-1991) was an American classical pianist known as one of the 20th century’s greatest soloists and for fostering a vibrant culture of chamber music via the Marlboro Music School and Festival. The papers consist mainly of materials collected by Serkin himself (including his personal correspondence, performance records, papers relating to Marlboro, Curtis Institute of Music, and the Institute for Young Performing Musicians) as well as a small amount of related material added by his wife and his biographers.
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Rudolf Serkin papers, 1908-2003, Kislak Center for Special Collections, Rare Books and Manuscripts, University of Pennsylvania
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Biography/History

Leopold Anthony Stokowski was born 18 April 1882 at 13 Upper Marylebone Street, Middlesex County, London. Stokowski was the oldest of three children born to Kopernik Joseph Boleslaw Stokowski, a cabinet maker, and Annie Marion Moore Stokowski. His background on his father's side was Scots and Polish, on his mother's Irish and English. He was raised in the Church of England, and with his younger brother Percy, sang in the choir of St. Marylebone Church. Leopold was named after his grandfather Leopold Stokowski who had emigrated to England from Poland in the 1840s or early 1850s.

Little is known about Stokowski's earliest musical training. In addition to learning choral music, he played the organ and violin. He was admitted to the Royal College of Music in January 1896 at the age of 13. His skill as an organist developed rapidly and on 25 June 1898 at the age of 16 he was elected to membership in the Royal College of Organists. Stokowski was engaged to be organist and choir director at St. James's Church Piccadilly in 1902. The same year he also entered Queen's College, Oxford. His part-time study was arranged by Sir Hubert Parry, the director of the Royal College of Music and a full professor of music at Oxford. Stokowski received his Bachelor of Music degree on 19 November 1903.

In 1905 he was offered the job of organist and choir master at St. Bartholomew's Church, 44th and Madison Avenue in New York City. The church's rector, the Reverend Leighton Parks, had traveled to England in search of an organist for his church. At this church, whose members included J.P. Morgan, Stokowski transcribed a number of orchestral works to be played on the organ. Through Maria Dehon, one of the sopranos in the church choir who often held musical parties in her home, Stokowski was introduced to the pianist Olga Samaroff, who was already making a name for herself in New York's musical world. Samaroff had debuted with Walter Damrosch and the New York Symphony in Carnegie Hall in January 1905 and later that year she performed with the Philadelphia Orchestra conducted by Fritz Sheel. Stokowski, still young and unknown, inaugurated a series of organ recitals at St. Bartholomew's and was popular with the choir and congregation, but sometimes found himself in conflict with the rector. Stokowski was ambitious to conduct and resigned his position at St. Bartholomew's as of 30 August 1908.

Stokowski spent his summers in Europe and made his debut as an orchestra conductor in Paris on 12 May 1909. He had spent the previous fall and spring writing to Mrs. Christian Holmes (née Bettie Fleischmann), director of the board of the Cincinnati Orchestra Association, who was looking to hire a new conductor. Some of the groundwork for Stokowski's search for this position may have been laid by Olga Samaroff, who had family connections in Cincinnati and knew Mr. and Mrs. Charles Taft as well as Bettie Holmes. Stokowski arrived in Cincinnati on 29 May 1909. On May 17 his selection as conductor of the Cincinnati Orchestra was announced in the press.

His first season with the Cincinnati Orchestra was a great success with audiences and critics. In 1910 Stokowski met Rachmaninoff who was on his first visit to the United States. Rachmaninoff played his Second Piano Concerto with Stokowski and the Cincinnati Orchestra on January 21 and began an association that would continue to develop in Philadelphia. After announcing their engagement on 8 April 1911, Stokowski and Olga Samaroff were married quietly on 24 April. They continued to pursue their individual careers and spent time in Europe in the summers, particularly in Munich. Stokowski resigned his position with the Cincinnati Orchestra in 1912, citing differences with the board of Directors. When conductor Carl Pohlig left the Philadelphia Orchestra in 1912, Stokowski was free to accept an offer to conduct the Philadelphia Orchestra beginning in the fall of 1912.

Stokowski's years as conductor of the Philadelphia Orchestra from 1912 to 1936 transformed this ensemble into one of the greatest in the world, noted for its precision, sonority, brilliance, and a particularly distinctive string tone. He achieved international recognition in 1916 with the first American performance of Gustav Mahler's Symphony no. 8, performed with nearly a thousand singers and an orchestra of 110 players on the stage of the Academy of Music in Philadelphia. The nine performances in Philadelphia and one in New York at the Metropolitan Opera were sold out to wildly enthusiastic crowds.

The first acoustical recording made by the Philadelphia Orchestra was made under Stokowski's direction on 22 October 1917 at the Camden, New Jersey studio of the Victor Talking Machine Company, later the Radio Corporation of American. Stokowski studied acoustics and sound recording technology. With Dr. Harvey Fletcher of Bell Laboratories, he helped develop a binaural recording scheme. He was interested in the architectural design and acoustics of orchestra halls and was eager to contribute to plans to build a new hall for the Philadelphia Orchestra in the 1920s to be called the "Temple of Music." Stokowski experimented with the seating of members of the orchestra, encouraged free breathing for his brasses and winds and free bowing for the strings to achieve new effects and balance in orchestral sound and to accommodate acoustical differences in the halls where the Philadelphia Orchestra played.

In March of 1922 Leopold Stokowski was the first recipient of the $10,000 "Philadelphia Award" created by Edward W. Bok and awarded to the individual who rendered the most valuable service to the city of Philadelphia in the preceding year. Stokowski formed a close friendship with Edward Bok, managing editor at the Curtis Publishing Company, publishers of the  Saturday Evening Post and  Ladies Home Journal. Edward Bok's wife Mary Louise Curtis Bok founded the Curtis Institute of Music in Philadelphia in 1924 as a school for especially talented music students who had developed beyond the training that was given them at the Settlement Music School in Philadelphia. Leopold Stokowski served as an advisor to the Board of Directors and conductor of the Curtis Student Orchestra.

In May of 1923 papers spread the news that Stokowski and Olga Samaroff were separating and had signed an agreement to share equal custody of their daughter Sonya born the previous year. Their divorce was granted in June of 1923. On 18 May 1924 the first concert by The Philadelphia Band was held at the Academy of Music in Philadelphia. This group of 120 men was organized and trained by Stokowski for Philadelphia's Music Week 1924. Known popularly as Stokowski's "Band of Gold" it was conceived of as the largest and most highly trained military band in the United States. At about the same time Stokowski inaugurated children's concerts with the Philadelphia Orchestra, starting a tradition which has continued to the present.

On 11 January 1926 Stokowski married Evangeline Brewster Johnson, daughter of the late Robert Wood Johnson, founder of the Johnson & Johnson pharmaceutical company. They were married at the bride's home on Park Avenue in New York City after a courtship lasting only a few weeks. They had two children, daughters Luba, born 2 January 1927, and Sadja, born 26 October 1930.

In 1932 Stokowski inaugurated a series of Youth Concerts with the Philadelphia Orchestra in Philadelphia. Designed to attract young people from ages thirteen to twenty-five with low ticket prices, the concerts were enormously popular, and hundreds of people were regularly turned away at the doors. A Youth Concert Committee was formed to help run the concerts and publicize them, the young people chose the music on the program, and a representative of this committee attended meetings of the Orchestra Board of Directors. From this beginning a Youth Movement was started, including a Youth Orchestra conducted by Sylvan Levin, a Youth Chorus conducted by Harl Macdonald, and informal groups meeting to play or study music. A drama group was formed as well, and in 1935 a magazine titled Youth was published documenting the activities of these various groups, all of whom saw Leopold Stokowski as their inspiration and prime mover.

Some members of these early groups followed Stokowski throughout his career. Among them were Natalie Myra Bender, who worked as Stokowski's assistant and sometime copyist for many years, and Natalie's friend Faye Chabrow. Natalie and Faye both worked as his personal assistants on and off through the years, particularly after 1955. Natalie Bender accompanied Stokowski to England when he moved there in 1972. She and his assistant Jack Baumgarten took care of his household and assisted with his affairs until the time of his death.

One writer has estimated that Stokowski premiered some 2,000 new or unplayed works in his long career (Smith 1983, 29). Many were the first performance of works of European composers in the United States; many were world premiers. Stokowski premiered Stravinsky's ballet Le Sacre du Printemps (Rite of Spring) with Martha Graham (1930); Alban Berg's opera  Wozzeck (1931); and Schoenberg's  Die Glückliche Hand (1930); Stravinsky's  Oedipus Rex (1931); Prokofiev's  Pas d'Acier (1931); Schoenberg's  Pierrot Lunaire (1932); and Carlos Chavez's ballet  H.P. with costumes and set by Diego Rivera (1932). He premiered Schoenberg's  Gurrelieder (1932); Rachmaninoff's  Piano Concerto no. 4 with the composer at the piano (1934) as well as Rachmaninoff's  Symphony no. 3 (1936); and Sibelius's  Symphonies no. 5 (1921),  no. 6 (1926), and   no. 7 (1926). Stokowski championed the works of American composers, including compositions by Samuel Barber, Aaron Copland, Henry Cowell, Charles Ives, Gian Carlo Menotti, Alan Hovhaness, Wallingford Riegger, William Shuman, Jose Serebrier, Elie Siegmeister and many others.

In November 1934 Stokowski premiered William Levi Dawson's Negro Folk Symphony with the Philadelphia Orchestra at the Academy of Music; it was the first performance by a major U. S. symphony orchestra of the work of an African-American composer. Stokowski's interest in African-American music predates this premier by many years. In 1928 he corresponded with Philadelphia contralto Marian Anderson and her manager Billy King about the possibility of a performance by Anderson with the Philadelphia Orchestra. He was also interested in seeing copies of the African-American music in her repertoire. (Marian Anderson Papers, Ms. Coll. 200, Folder 5462)

In 1936 Stokowski announced his resignation from the Philadelphia Orchestra. Eugene Ormandy signed a three-year contract as the orchestra's conductor in January 1936, and Stokowski signed a contract as co-conductor to perform approximately twenty concerts with the Orchestra. Stokowski retained the studio and apartment he had rented since 1932 from the Philadelphia Art Alliance at 1716 Rittenhouse Street, but moved to Hollywood. During the summer of 1937 filming began on the motion picture 100 Men and a Girl, in which Stokowski starred with Deanna Durbin. In December of 1937 Evangeline Johnson filed suit for divorce from Stokowski, desiring a more stable home life for their daughters. Stokowski's name was linked romantically to Greta Garbo and several cryptic telegrams in the Stokowski Papers allude to her career.

Meetings regarding plans for an animated feature with a classical music score took place in Walt Disney's studio in 1938. On 25 January 1939 Stokowski signed a contract with Walt Disney for Fantasia. Much of the music was recorded with the Philadelphia Orchestra at the Academy of Music in Philadelphia in April 1939 and the film opened in 1940.

The Leopold Stokowski Papers at the University of Pennsylvania are particularly revealing of Stokowski's interest in electric instruments and his plans to start an electric orchestra in California in 1938 and 1939. Included in Stokowski's notes on this project are lists of instrumentation, programs, repertoire, and budgets for the orchestra, which he hoped would be able to rehearse and perform at the University of California, Berkeley. He was also intensely interested in the relationship between color and sound and his correspondence with his attorney in Philadelphia, Joseph Sharfsin, includes a drawing for a trademark "COLORHYTHM" with Stokowski's instructions to register the trademark.

In 1939 as the war approached, Stokowski organized a concert to benefit the Hollywood Committee for Polish Relief. In Philadelphia, the Philadelphia Committee for Polish Relief was chaired by Stokowski's friend, Mary Louise Curtis Bok ( Evening Bulletin, 6 Dec. 1939). Throughout his career Stokowski showed a strong interest in young musicians, both women and men, auditioned thousands of them, and encouraged them in their careers. In 1940 he founded the All-American Youth Orchestra and toured Latin America with these young musicians during that summer. In 1941 the Youth Orchestra toured fifty-four U.S. cities, Canada, and Tijuana Mexico. The second World War meant the end of world touring and financial support for the All-American Youth Orchestra. Stokowski accepted an offer to co-conduct the NBC Symphony Orchestra with Arturo Toscanini in 1942 and 1943. In the 1944-1945 season, with support from Mayor Fiorello La Guardia, Stokowski founded and conducted the New York City Symphony. In April of 1945 Stokowski married Gloria Vanderbilt in Mexacali, Mexico following Gloria's divorce from Pat di Cicco. They had two sons, Stanislaus, born 22 August 1950 and Christopher, born 31 January 1952. This marriage too ended in divorce after 10 years. People who knew Stokowski at this time, including his biographer Oliver Daniel and secretary Wendy Hanson, spoke of his strong attachment to his sons, his need to be involved in their lives, and his desire for their well being during a difficult divorce and custody suit.

In 1951, Stokowski took the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra on a nationwide tour of Great Britain at the invitation of Sir Thomas Beecham, establishing a pattern of guest conducting there which would continue for more than twenty years.

The Contemporary Music Society was founded in 1952 by John Coburn Turner, Oliver Daniel, and Leopold Stokowski, among others. Stokowski conducted a concert under its auspices on 22 February 1953 at the Museum of Modern Art in New York performing Charles Ives' The Unanswered Question, Halsey Stevens'  Suite No. 1, Henry Brant's  Signs and Alarms, Lou Harrison's  Canticle No. 3, Peggy Glanville-Hicks'  Letters from Morocco, and Jacob Avshalomov's  Evocations.

At the urging of his manager, Andrew Schulhof, Stokowski accepted the position of conductor of the Houston Symphony Orchestra in 1956 and continued in that position until 1960. The idea of building another orchestra appealed to Stokowski and he hoped to be able to raise his sons in Texas. As he had with earlier orchestras he refined the sound, premiered contemporary works and recorded extensively with EMI and Everest. Stokowski toured the Soviet Union in 1958 and played ten concerts with three Soviet Orchestras.

Eugene Ormandy invited Stokowski to return to Philadelphia in January 1959 to guest conduct the Philadelphia Orchestra. Stokowski performed Mozart's Overture to The Marriage of Figaro; Falla's  El amor brujo, with Shirley Verrett as soloist; Respighi's  The Pines of Rome; and Shostakovich's  Symphony no. 5 to an enthusiastic standing ovation as Philadelphians welcomed him back after nearly twenty years absence.

Following the sudden death of Dimitri Mitropoulous in November 1960, Rudolf Bing of the Metropolitan Opera invited Leopold Stokowski to conduct the Opera's upcoming performance of Puccini's Turandot, scheduled for 24 February 1961. A few days before the end of December, Stokowski fell and broke his hip while playing with his boys. Although he was in pain during rehearsals and used crutches to enter the orchestra pit, his performance of  Turandot was highly praised by the critics. The Met brought  Turandot to Philadelphia on March 22 for a performance at Philadelphia's Metropolitan Opera House. Stokowski opened the 1961 Edinburgh Festival in August with a performance of Schoenberg's  Gurrelieder with the London Symphony Orchestra and the Edinburgh Royal Choral Union. Leopold Stokowski founded the American Symphony Orchestra in New York City in 1962. Again, as he had done with the All-American Youth Orchestra, Stokowski auditioned and hired young musicians, many of them women and minorities, to play with a few seasoned hands. Stokowski conducted this orchestra without pay and made some of its deficits up out of his own pocket. In 1965 Stokowski succeeded in fulfilling a long-held desire B to give the world premier of Charles Ives'  Symphony no. 4 with the American Symphony Orchestra. Stokowski was 83 years old; he rehearsed the symphony for two months with special funding from the Rockefeller Foundation. The performance, with three conductors, was a landmark. Stokowski recorded the symphony shortly thereafter.

On 1 May 1972, a few weeks after Stokowski had celebrated his 90th birthday, Stokowski submitted his resignation to the Board of Directors of the American Symphony Orchestra. Stokowski had made plans to move to England where he had contacts in the recording industry at London-Decca and where he could continue to guest conduct the London Symphony Orchestra. He bought an old farmhouse in Nether Wallop and made plans for its renovations. Stokowski conducted New Philarmonia in 1974 which was to be his last performance for the public in England. He continued to make recordings. In 1975 he was in the process of building a house near St. Paul de Vence on the Riviera in France, which Stokowski named Con Brio. There he met Marc Chagall and admired Matisse's chapel. The house was completed in 1976 and Stokowski spent time in France whenever he was not working on recordings in England.

Stokowski died at his home in Nether Wallop, Stockbridge, Hampshire on 13 September 1977 at the age of 95 years. He had made more than twenty recordings since his 90th birthday and was studying the Rachmaninoff Symphony No. 2 in preparation for a recording session at the time of his death. Stokowski was buried in a private ceremony in the Marylebone Cemetery in London. His friend and admirer former Prime Minister Edward Heath delivered the eulogy.

This brief sketch of Leopold Stokowski's life cannot possibly cover all the significant events and contributions he made to music in the twentieth century. Stokowski had a strong desire to make great music accessible to people in all walks of life and welcomed developments in recording technology, film, radio, and television which made this possible. In 1943 he published a book titled Music for All of Us in which he tried to introduce both his technical and spiritual understanding of music to the public. In an interview with Robert Dumm in New York while Stokowski was conductor of the Houston Symphony Orchestra, Stokowski said,  "My idea of conducting is something very simple. It is to try by every means possible to convey from the composer... his inspiration, the beauty of his music, the meaning of his music, the dynamic of his music, or perhaps sometimes the mystery of his music to the listener. And, we, the orchestra in between...we're merely means to an end. We=re like an electric wire that runs from one place to another and conveys electricity to a lamp, we might say, to give light."

Biography/History

Rudolf Serkin (1903-1991) was an American classical pianist known as one of the 20th century’s greatest soloists and for fostering a vibrant culture of chamber music via the Marlboro Music School and Festival. Born in Eger, Bohemia (today Cheb, Czech Republic) to a Russian-Jewish family, Serkin began playing piano at the age of four under the tutelage of Camilla Taussig. When he was nine years old his family sent him to Vienna for a more rigorous musical training with Richard Robert, Joseph Marx, and Arnold Schoenberg. Having become an accomplished pianist, Serkin went to Berlin at age seventeen to meet violinist Adolf Busch, who discovered an excellent pianist and accompanist in Serkin. This was to be the beginning of a lifelong bond (both musically and personally) between Serkin and the Busch family, who became Serkin’s “Wahlverwandte” (“relatives by choice”). Serkin would later marry Adolf’s daughter Irene.

Following the rise of Hitler and anti-Semitism in Germany, Serkin found it increasingly difficult to perform in public, and he and the Busches moved to Switzerland, while continuing to tour Europe outside of Germany. In 1933, they made their first visit to the United States, performing at the Coolidge Festival in Washington, DC. This was followed by a second trip in 1936, when Serkin made his debut with the New York Philharmonic conducted by Arturo Toscanini. Finally, in 1939, Serkin permanently relocated to the United States along with the Busches, eventually becoming an American citizen in 1950. Once in the States, Serkin joined the faculty of Curtis Institute of Music in Philadelphia, where he served as Head of the Piano Department for nearly 30 years until succeeding Efrem Zimbalist as director from 1968 to 1976.

Though Serkin was tied to Philadelphia during the academic year, he spent the summer months in Vermont, which was to become his true home for the rest of his life. In 1951, Serkin--along with with Adolf and Herman Busch, and Marcel, Louis, and Blanche Moyse--helped launch an unusual summer music program at Marlboro College, a small liberal arts school near Serkin’s Vermont home. Known as the Marlboro Music School and Festival, the program was aimed at providing advanced players a chance to study chamber music repertoire in a relaxed setting free from the restrictions and pressures of normal concert life. In a reversal of most performers’ typical experience, public performances were secondary to intense rehearsals. The Festival became hugely successful and attracted all kinds of famous and soon-to-be-famous musicians, including Pablo Casals. While always staying true to its purpose of providing performers with an opportunity for private study, the end of summer concerts also began to attract a dedicated audience of non-musicians who joined the Marlboro family. Serkin remained artistic director of the Festival until the end of his life, and only once missed a summer session. To this day, the Festival remains an important institution in the world of classical music.

In 1976, Serkin left Curtis over disagreements with the board, though publicly claiming that he would like to focus more on his own performing career. While the latter was no doubt true to an extent, Serkin still had a mind to teach and in 1978 created the Institute for Young Performing Musicians. It differed from Marlboro in that in was exclusively for pianists working under Serkin’s guidance, was not limited exclusively to the study of chamber music, and ran for more than just a few months in the summer. The school was intended for young players who had completed their formal training but required further study and guidance before beginning to concertize seriously. Like Marlboro, it was located in a rural town away from the distractions of city life. Even for his own school, however, Serkin’s schedule proved to be too tight and the experiment was quickly abandoned, having had only four students.

In addition to all of his duties at Curtis, Marlboro, and the Institute, Serkin maintained a full concert schedule, including many week-long tours within the United States and Europe. He also made several trips to Asia, including a visit to India in 1956, an extensive multi-country tour of East and Southeast Asia in 1960, and four more trips to Japan. Outside of his own tours, Serkin participated in the Pablo Casals Festivals in Puerto Rico and the Prades Festival, as well as many other one-off engagements. Live performances such as these were Serkin’s preferred means of communicating to his audience, but he frequently visited the recording studio despite his dislike of recorded music. Working especially with the Columbia Recording Corporation, Serkin recorded everything from solo repertoire to concertos with full orchestra (with Eugene Ormandy conducting), and chamber music in between. The Marlboro Music School and Festival also kept an archive of recordings (in part via the Marlboro Recording Society), many of which document Serkin’s performances there.

Serkin was known to practice continuously and kept up a serious study routine throughout his life. Despite his virtuosity, Serkin had a reputation for struggling with the instrument, though this may have reflected his drive to continually improve himself more so than any lack in natural talent. He was also very particular about the accuracy of musical scores and spent as much time studying the musical text as the instrument itself. He corresponded with publishers, including his friend Günter Henle, to discuss details of alternative versions of the scores. He ordered copies and microfilms of original musical manuscripts from libraries and archives worldwide to decide for himself what the most precise score would look like.

His lifelong concertizing and teaching brought Rudolf Serkin much recognition. He received the Presidential Medal of Freedom, the National Medal of Arts, and the Grammy Award for Best Chamber Music Performance. Serkin was also awarded honorary degrees from different universities including the Curtis Institute, the New England Conservatory, Marlboro College, Temple University, Oberlin College, the University of Vermont, and Harvard University.

For more complete biographical information, please consult Rudolf Serkin: a life by Stephen Lehman and Marion Faber.

Scope and Contents

Although Stokowski's collection of scores and transcriptions (University of Pennsylvania Ms. Coll. 350 and Ms. Coll. 351) was safely preserved following his death in 1977, his personal papers and effects were reportedly lost from the deck of a ship while being sent from England to the United States. The papers in this collection are therefore limited in scope and come from four sources: 1) correspondence and notes laid into Stokowski's scores plus a few other items, including awards and memorabilia; 2) donations from individuals with whom he corresponded, notably Sylvan Levin, Edna Phillips, Boris Koutzen (items donated by Nadia Koutzen), and others; 3) Stokowskiana collected by The Curtis Institute of Music; and 4) materials discovered in a trap door to the side of the firebox in the living room of the home Stokowski built at 9330 Beverlycrest Drive, Beverly Hills, California.

This last group of papers, donated to the University of Pennsylvania in July 1999 by the owner of the house, Stephan Simon, comprises incoming correspondence; carbon copies of Stokowski's outgoing correspondence; a few photographs; his notes on plans to form an electric orchestra; notes on housekeeping, employees, and gardening; bank statements; royalty statements; insurance records; and contracts. These date from ca. 1937-1946, although some of the contracts are earlier in date (as early as 1925), including recording contracts with the Victor Talking Machine Company (1929, 1930) and RCA Victor (1935, 1937-1940). These papers provide a rare glimpse into the conductor's everyday life after his move to California in 1936.

After Stokowski's death in 1977 his executor, Herman Muller, sought to place the collection of Stokowski's music in an institution where it would be accessible to students and scholars. The Curtis Institute of Music in Philadelphia, where Stokowski had served as an early advisor to the Board and conductor of the Curtis Student Orchestra, received the collection on 8 May 1979. Shortly afterwards, in the fall of 1980, Curtis accepted the donation of Robert L. Gatewood's collection of Stokowski recordings and Gatewood's work on a comprehensive Stokowski discography (cataloged separately as Ms. Coll. 383). Other individuals made smaller donations of letters, memorabilia, photographs, and paintings of Stokowski to the Stokowski Collection at the Curtis Institute. In 1997 the Trustees of the Curtis Institute of Music decided to donate these scores and papers to the University of Pennsylvania, which holds the scores and papers of Philadelphia Orchestra conductor Eugene Ormandy and the scores and papers of contralto Marian Anderson. Since their arrival here, the Stokowski collections at the University of Pennsylvania have been augmented by additional donations including the Stephan Simon donation mentioned above; and the Oliver Daniel Research Collection on Leopold Stokowski comprised of research materials for Daniel's 1982 biography of Stokowski (Ms. Coll. 382).

Although the amount of original correspondence the Leopold Stokowski Papers is small, some of it is of great interest. Included is a typed letter to Curtis Bok dated 29 July 1941 following Stokowski's final break with the Philadelphia Orchestra in which Stokowski is supportive of the Orchestra, and therefore keeping his silence about the politics surrounding it. Stokowski, always forward looking, writes excitedly about his new venture, the All-American Youth Orchestra. The letter is signed "Prince," Stokowski's nickname in the Bok family. Stokowski wrote to Eleanor Roosevelt in February 1940 to gain her support and interest in the South American tour he was planning with the All-American Youth Orchestra. The most extensive correspondence in the collection are Stokowski's letters to his assistant conductor, Sylvan Levin, from 1929-1953, comprising over 100 items discussing details of management and rehearsals for the Philadelphia Orchestra; the preparation for Stravinsky's Oedipus Rex; and notes on singers and instrumentalists. Stowkoski's letters to Robert Gordon Sproul, president of the University of California, Berkeley, detail his plans to form an Electric Symphony Orchestra and his plans to rehearse and perform on the Berkeley campus in 1938. There is an autograph letter from Eugene Ormandy, dated 1 June 1937 regarding Stokowski's plans to conduct in Budapest that summer. There are also a few personal letters, including five letters from Stokowski to his daughter Sonya, dated 1937 to 1939 expressing his interest in her plans and his concern that her activities not be publicized for fear that she might be kidnaped (in the aftermath of the Lindbergh baby kidnaping).

Among the most interesting items in the Leopold Stokowski Papers is Stokowski's audition book. He auditioned hundreds of young performers, rated them on a scale and made comments about their performance and potential. The book is undated but many people who auditioned for him remember it, and it was in use during Stokowski's years with the American Symphony Orchestra, 1962-1972.

The Leopold Stokowski Papers include a limited number of Stokowski's programs (1916-1974). A more complete chronological listing of Stokowski's programs can be found in the Oliver Daniel Research Collection on Leopold Stokowski (Ms. Coll. 382). However, later programs of performances of Stokowski transcriptions are found here, dated 1977-1995, as the Stokowski transcriptions continue to be rented and performed by orchestras around the world.

Several hundred photographs of Leopold Stokowski are preserved and arranged chronologically in two albums. Additional oversize photographs are located in Box 41 and map drawer 61.

Awards and memorabilia in the Leopold Stokowski Papers include the parchment scroll designed and executed by Violet Oakley which forms part of the Philadelphia Award given to Stokowski in 1922 by Edward W. Bok. The Bok family donated an organ roll for a Duo-Art Aeolian Pipe Organ on which Stokowski recorded Bach's Passacaglia. The organ roll was given by Stokowski to Edward and Mary Louise Curtis Bok as a Christmas gift in 1925, and may be the only recording of Stokowski playing the organ.

Scope and Contents

The Rudolf Serkin papers, 1908-2003 consist of the personal archive assembled by Serkin himself during his lifetime as well as a few minor additions from his family and biographers (the latter are obviously the items dating from after Serkin’s death in 1991, though a few earlier items may also have been later additions to the collection). They are arranged into eight series: Correspondence, Performances, Curtis Institute of Music, Marlboro Music School and Festival, Institute for Young Performing Musicians, Personal files, Media, and Photographs. For more detailed information about each of these series, please see below.

Administrative Information

Publication Information

University of Pennsylvania: Kislak Center for Special Collections, Rare Books and Manuscripts,  2001

Publication Information

University of Pennsylvania: Kislak Center for Special Collections, Rare Books and Manuscripts,  2015 June 26

Finding Aid Author

Finding aid prepared by Margaret Kruesi

Finding Aid Author

Finding aid prepared by Ben Rosen and Juliette Appold

Sponsor

The processing of the Leopold Stokowski Papers and the preparation of this register were made possible by a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities.

Access Restrictions

The bulk of this collection is open for research use; however, because a few subseries ("Institutional Records" within Curtis" and "Applicants and Artists" within Marlboro) contain some restricted material, items in boxes 119, and 125-130 require curatorial review prior to access. Also, access to original audio/visual materials and computer files is restricted. The Kislak Center will provide access to the information on these materials from duplicate master files. If the original does not already have a copy, it will be sent to an outside vendor for copying. Patrons are financially responsible for the cost. The turnaround time from request to delivery of digital items is about two weeks for up to five items and three to seven weeks for more than five items. Please contact Reprographic Services (reprogr@upenn.edu) for cost estimates and ordering. Once digital items are received, researchers will have access to the files on a dedicated computer in the Van Pelt-Dietrich Library Center. Researchers should be aware of specifics of copyright law and act accordingly.

Use Restrictions

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Source of Acquisition

Gift of Curtis Institute of Music, 1997 and Stephan Simon, 1999

Source of Acquisition

Gift of Irene Busch Serkin, circa 1999; with additions from biographers, circa 2003.

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Related Materials

Related Archival Materials note

At University of Pennsylvania:

Marlboro Music School and Festival records (Ms. Coll. 950)

Curtis Institute

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Controlled Access Headings

Corporate Name(s)
  • Curtis Institute of Music.
Form/Genre(s)
  • Contracts
  • Correspondence
  • Memorabilia
  • Photograph albums
  • Photographs
  • Scrapbooks
  • Writings (document genre)
Subject(s)
  • Conductors (Music)--United States

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Controlled Access Headings

Corporate Name(s)
  • Curtis Institute of Music.
  • Institute for Young Performing Musicians.
  • Marlboro Music School and Festival.
Form/Genre(s)
  • Administrative records
  • Audiovisual materials
  • Clippings (information artifacts)
  • Concert programs
  • Correspondence
  • Financial records
  • Photographs
Subject(s)
  • Chamber music festivals
  • Chamber music--20th century
  • Music
  • Music--Instruction and study
  • Musicians
  • Pianists

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Other Finding Aids

For a complete listing of correspondents, do the following title search in Franklin, Leopold Stokowski Papers. Correspondence found in and related to individual scores has been cataloged with a subject heading for the title of the score.

Bibliography

Bibliography

Chasins, Abram. 1979. Leopold Stokowski : A Profile. E. P. Dutton.

Daniel, Oliver. 1982. Stokowski : A Counterpoint of View. New York: Dodd, Mead, & Co.

Johnson, Edward, ed. 1973. Stokowski : Essays in Analysis of his Art.

Kupferberg, Herbert. 1969. Those Fabulous Philadelphians. New York: C. Scribner’s Sons.

McGinn, Robert E. 1983. "Stokowski and the Bell Telephone Laboratories: Collaboration in the Development of High Fidelity Sound Reproduction,"  Technology and Culture Jan 1983.

O'Connell, Charles. 1949. "Leopold Stokowski" in  The Other Side of the Record. New York: Alfred A. Knopf.

Opperby, Preben. 1982. Leopold Stokowski. Tunbridge Wells, Kent: Midas Books.

Smith, William Ander. 1983. "Leopold Stokowski: A Re-evaluation,"  American Music 1 no. 3 (Fall, 1983): 23-37.

Smith, William Ander. 1990. The Mystery of Leopold Stokowski. Rutherford, [N.J.]: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press.

Smith, William Ander. "Leopold Stokowski"  American National Biography.

Stokowski, Leopold. 1943. Music for All of Us. New York: Simon and Schuster.

Wister, Frances Anne 1925. Twenty-five Years of the Philadelphia Orchestra, 1900-1925. Philadelphia: Edward Stern & Co.

Collection Inventory

I.  Correspondence.

Series Description

Arranged alphabetically by correspondent, then chronologically within each folder or series of folders. Items of incoming and outgoing correspondence are interfiled.

A.  Leopold Stokowski Correspondence.

Box Folder

Adler, Larry - Guy Price Company.

1 1-71

Habenicht, Walter - Musser, Claire Omar.

2 72-124

N. V. Sprenger - Young, Barbara.

3 125-198

B.  Curtis Institute of Music Administrative Correspondence, 1980-1995.

Description

Correspondence generated between 1980 and 1995 related to the Leopold Stokowski Collection. The principal correspondent at Curtis was the curator of the collection, Dr. Edwin E. Heilakka. A copy of the contract of assignment of the scores to Curtis and the Curtis inventory of the collection is filed at the end of this series.

Box Folder

Correspondence, A-K.

4 199-250

Correspondence, L-W.

5 251-296

Confirmatory Assignment, 1980.

5 297-298

Catalog of Stokowski collection.

5 299

Events, memorabilia, notes about the Stokowski collection.

5 300

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II.  Leopold Stokowski notes, audition materials, and calendars.

A.  Notes laid in music scores.

Arrangement

Arranged alphabetically by composer and title of the score.

Box Folder

Bach-Mussorgsky.

6 301-326

Orff-Wagner.

7 327-350

B.  Notebooks, notes, and receipts, 1937-1944.

Arrangement

Arranged by subject.

1.  Notes on music and musicians.

Box Folder
Notebook, loose-leaf, 1930s-1941.
Description

Comprises typed form letters from Stokowski, annotated in his hand. Includes letters to composers, letters regarding auditions, letters regarding the All-American Youth Orchestra, letters of regret, etc.

8 351-352

Notes regarding electric orchestra, includes a few sketches, undated.

8 353-354

Notes on Hollywood musicians and orchestra, undated.

8 355

Notes on Hollywood Committee for Polish Relief, 1939.

8 356

List of Stokowski's music library, undated.

8 357

Notes and sketch for the Temple of Music (planned for Philadelphia), undated.

8 358

2.  Household management.

Description

Notes, correspondence, and receipts for household management regarding employees, purchases, gardening, utilities, and travel.

Box Folder

Notes, correspondence, 1937-1938.

9 359

Notes, correspondence, 1939-1940.

9 360

Notes, correspondence, 1944.

9 361

Notes, re garden, undated.

9 362

Receipts, household, misc., 1939-1945.

9 363

Receipts, garden, 1937-1944.

9 364

Beverly Hills City Directory, 1951.

9 365

Travel pamphlets and notes.

9 366-367

C.  Audition notebook.

Description

Musical selections played at auditions.

Box
Audition notebook, undated.
Description

Arranged by orchestra parts, with Stokowski's comments on and rating of each musician, loose leaf sheets have been placed in mylar for preservation.

10

Original loose-leaf binder for this audition notebook, repaired with tape, "ASO" on spine.

11

Folder of manuscript music to be played for Stokowski for auditions, "Auditions" on cover.

12

D.  Leopold Stokowski calendars, 1956-February 1962.

Box
Hand ruled and decorated notebooks.
Description

Includes his entries on meetings, rehearsals, visits with his children, birthdays, holidays, etc.

13

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III.  Leopold Stokowski legal, insurance, and financial records.

A.  Correspondence with attorney Joseph Sharfsin.

Box Folder
Correspondence, 1937-1940.
Description

Re Stokowski's plans to register a trademark for "COLORHYTHM;" Stokowski's will; Stokowski's divorce settlement with Evangeline Johnson; and his planned trip to South America (1940).

14 368-369

Paul Stuart Buchanan vs. Leopold Stokowski, Los Angeles County Superior Court, re deposition, 1940.

14 370

B.  Contracts.

Box Folder

Agreement between Theodore Presser Company, Carl Fischer, Inc., Edward W. Bok and Leopold Stokowski, re Stokowski's composition "Our United States" , 1925.

14 371

Victor Talking Machine Company recording contracts, 1929-1930.

14 372

Radio Corporation of America recording contract, 1935.

14 373

Radio Corporation of America extensions of contract and agreements, 1937-1940.

14 374

Contract draft re concert management for Electric Symphony Orchestra concerts at the San Francisco World's Fair, 1939.

14 375

C.  Royalty statements and bank statements.

1.  Leopold Stokowski accounts.

Box Folder

Mechanical-Copyright Protection Society Limited royalty statements, 1938-1940.

14 376

Bank of America deposit/debit slips, 1938-1944.

14 377

Bank of America statements of account, 1943-1945.

14 378

Bankers Trust Company statements of account, 1943-1944.

14 379

Central Hanover Bank and Trust correspondence, deposit/debit slips, 1942-1945.

14 380

Central Hanover Bank and Trust statements of account, 1943-1944.

14 381

Chase National Bank correspondence, deposit/debit slips.

14 382

Chase National Bank statements of accounts, 1943-1945.

14 383-385

E. F. Hutton & Company, 1937-1944.

14 386

First National Bank (Philadelphia, Pa.) correspondence, deposit/debit slips, 1938-1941.

14 387

Hartford National Bank & Trust Co. statements of account, 1945-1946.

14 388

Philadelphia National Bank blank check.

14 389

Provident Trust Company of Philadelphia correspondence, 1937-1938.

14 390

Security-First National Bank of Los Angeles statement of account, 1943.

14 391

2.  Luba and Sadja Stokowski accounts.

Box Folder

Central Hanover Bank and Trust statements of accounts and Stokowski's notes re maintenance funds, 1942-1944.

14 392-395

Scarborough School catalog with notes regarding Sadja, 1941-1942.

14 396

D.  Financial notes, petty cash accounts, income tax (employer's forms).

Box Folder

Petty cash account book, not bound; petty cash slips, 1938-1939.

14 397-398

Miscellaneous financial notes, 1938-1944.

14 399

Income tax employer's forms, 1942-1944.

14 400-402

E.  Checkbooks and check stubs.

Box Folder

First National Bank Philadelphia, 1933-1940.

15 403

Bank of America. Hollywood, Calif., 1938-1940.

15 404

Bank of America. Hollywood, Calif., 1940-1941.

15 405

F.  Insurance correspondence and policies.

Box Folder

Correspondence re automobile insurance, personal property insurance, workmen's compensation policies, 1936-1941.

16 406-410

Insurance policies, 1938-1941.

16 411

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IV.  Writings and interview transcripts by and about Leopold Stokowski.

A.  Writings by Stokowski.

Box Folder

Stokowski, Leopold. "An Interpretation of Modern Music," in  Arts and Decoration, 1922 November.

17 412

Stokowski, Leopold. Narration for London Records re Beethoven, Symphony no. 9, typescript.

17 413

Stokowski, Leopold. "The Seating of the Orchestra," in  Forum, 1972 Spring .

17 414

Stokowski, Leopold. "Music and Electronics" , undated.

17 415

B.  Writings about Stokowski.

Description

This is not a comprehensive collection of writings about Stokowski, however the series of writings by William Ander Smith, who contributed his essay on Stokowski to American National Biography, is reliable.

Box Folder

Biographical sketches and notes.

17 416

Academy of Music (Philadelphia, Pa.). 115th Anniversary Concert and Ball. Souvenir program, 1972.

17 417

Biswanger, Ray. "The Stokowski-Wanamaker Concerts" typescript, and  "The Story of the Wanamaker Organs," in  American Organist 22(9) 50-64 with photocopies of succeeding issues, parts 2 and 3, 1988.

17 418-420

Columbia Records. "Leopold Stokowski," biographical sketch, circa 1976.

17 421
Cooke, Hereward Lester. "Acoustical Control of Theatre Design,"  Journal of the Franklin Institute 208, no. 3, 1929.
Description

This item was found in Stokowski's papers in Beverly Hills, California.

17 422

Heilakka, Edwin E. "The Leopold Stokowski Collection at The Curtis Institute of Music," in  WFLN Philadelphia Guide, List of transcriptions by Leopold Stokowski, typescript, 1982 April .

17 423

Johnson, Edward. "Leopold Stokowski: Off the Record," a compilation of record reviews.

17 424

Johnson, Edward, ed. Stokowski: Essays in Analysis of his Art, 1973. 2 copies.

17 425-426

Knight, John. "Leopold Stokowski Explores Debussy's Orchestral Colors,"  Instrumentalist 50, no. 9, 1996 April.

17 427

Krell, John C. "The 1941 Stokowski All-American Youth Tour," typescript.

17 428

Marks, Robert W. "Orient Colors Stokowski's Vista,"  Musical America and Eyer, Ronald F.  "The Philadelphia Orchestra,"  Musical America, 1928 September 15, 1937 January 25.

17 429

Ovation. Leopold Stokowski Centenary Tribute, 1982 April.

17 430
Pogue, Samuel F. "Some Unpublished Letters of Stokowski,"  Notes 46, no. 1, 1989 September.
Description

Quarterly Journal of the Music Library Association, re letters at the University of Cincinnati Libraries.

17 431

RCA Victor. "Stokowski and the Philadelphia Orchestra" Promotional booklet, circa 1932.

17 432

Robinson, Paul. "Stokowski" with discography by Bruce Surtees. Lester and Orpen Limited, photocopy (discography only).

17 433

Smith, William Ander. "Stokowski at One Hundred,"  South Atlantic Quarterly 81:3, 1982.

17 434

Smith, William Ander. "Leopold Stokowski: A Re-evaluation,"  American Music, 1983 Fall .

17 435

Smith, William Ander. "Leopold Stokowski," drafts and final copy of biographical essay for  American National Biography, 1990, undated.

17 436
"Stokowski: The Philadelphia Years," The Morton C. Grad Collection, undated.
Description

Tape programs and index.

17 437

Walt Disney Productions. Fantasia. Story meetings, 1938 September .

17 438

Review of Stokowski's "Band of Gold," unidentified, undated.

17 439

Review of Darius Milhaud conducting the Philadelphia Orchestra, typescript, unidentified (mentions Stokowski), undated.

17 440

C.  Ruth O'Neill -Samuel Rosenbaum materials.

Description

Interview transcripts and related items. Ruth O'Neill was a secretary to Arthur Judson when he was manager of the Philadelphia Orchestra and was also secretary to Leopold Stokowski. These interviews were conducted in 1972 in order to document Arthur Judson's contributions to music over his long career. Samuel R. Rosenbaum was a member of the Board of Directors of the Philadelphia Orchestra for many years. Leopold Stokowski and Olga Samaroff Stokowski are mentioned in these interviews.

Box Folder

Leinsdorf, Erich to Ruth O'Neill, from Leinsdort congratulating O'Neill on becoming partner [with Arthur Judson], 1947 December 15.

18 441
Transcript of tape recording of luncheon meeting at the St. Moritz Hotel, New York, N.Y., 1972 January 6.
Description

With the following: Arthur Judson, Ruth O'Neill, Samuel R. Rosenbaum, and John J. Buckley.

17 442
Transcript of tape recording of luncheon meeting in New York, N.Y., 1972 March 8 .
Description

With the following: Arthur Judson, Ruth O'Neill, Samuel R. Rosenbaum, and John J. Buckley.

18 443

Transcript of interview with Ruth O'Neill and Samuel R. Rosenbaum re Arthur Judson, 1972 May 17.

18 444

Transcript of interview with Ruth O'Neill, Arthur Judson, Samuel R. Rosenbaum, and John J. Buckley, undated.

18 445

Transcript of interview with Ruth O'Neill, Arthur Judson, and Samuel R. Rosenbaum, circa 1972 April.

18 446

Transcript of interview with Samuel R. Rosenbaum and Ruth O'Neill in Miss O'Neill's apartment, undated.

18 447

Rosenbaum, Samuel R. "Henry S. Drinker, An Amateur of Music," with  "Amateurs and Muisc" an address by Henry S. Drinker, 1958, 1935.

18 448

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V.  Serials.

Series Description

Arranged chronologically and includes the following serials:



A.  Youth, 1935, undated. Magazine of the Philadelphia Youth Movement, also called  Youth Music Magazine, written by and for members of the Youth Concert series and Youth Choruses, founded by Leopold Stokowski in 1932-1933.



B.  Toccata. Bulletin of The Leopold Stokowski Society. Founded in 1978 in England, the objects of the Society are to perpetuate and promote interest in the conductor's work; to ensure that his work will continue to be available for study by future music lovers; and to promote the re-issue of the conductor's recorded performances.



C.  Maestrino. Journal of The Leopold Stokowski Society of America. Founded in September 1983. First published in Spring 1984 (mailed June 1984). Not a complete run of all issues.

Box Folder

Youth, v. 1-v. 3, 1935 April-October .

19 449-450

Toccata, Bulletin no. 2, 1979 March-April - 1981 May-June.

19 451

Toccata, Bulletin no. 1, 1979 January - 1982-1983 Winter.

19 452-473

Toccata, not complete, 1983 Spring - 1998 Winter.

20 474-502

Maestrino, not complete, 1984 June - 1993 Summer.

21 503-511

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VI.  Programs.

A.  Leopold Stokowski programs, 1916-1974.

Arrangement

Arranged chronologically.

Box Folder
Programs, 1916 March 2 - 1939 April 8.
Description

Stokowski conducting the Philadelphia Orchestra, the Philadelphia Civic Opera Company, and Philadelphia Grand Opera Company.

22 512-576
Programs, 1940 March 21 - 1974 May 14.
Description

Stokowski conducting the Philadelphia Orchestra, the All-American Youth Orchestra, the New York Philharmonic, the NBC Symphony Orchestra, the New York City Symphony, the Hollywood Bowl Symphony Orchestra, the American Composers' Alliance concert, the London Symphony Orchestra, the American Symphony Orchestra, the Boston Symphony Orchestra, the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra and the New Philharomonia.

23 577-630

B.  Performances of Leopold Stokowski's transcriptions.

Arrangement

Arranged alphabetically by the name of the orchestra performing the transcriptions.

Box Folder

Orchestras, A-G.

24 631-652

Orchestras, I-O.

25 653-668

Orchestras, P-T.

26 669-686

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VII.  Photographs, albums, and scrapbooks.

A.  Photographs of Stokowski, 1912-1982.

Arrangement

Arranged chronologically. For additional photographs of Leopold Stokowski, see Oversize Box 41 and Oversize Map Drawer 61. Photographs of Stokowski and his associates used as illustrations in Oliver Daniel's biography are located in his research collection, Ms. Coll. 382, Boxes 48 and 49.

Box

1912-1950.

27
1953-1977.
Description

Plus photographs of 1982 Centenary celebrations.

28
Stokowski, Leopold, and Evangeline Johnson, circa 1927-1928.
Description

Scrapbook and photograph album. Some items annotated in Stokowski's hand documenting the Stokowskis' world-wide trip? 2 photographs plus memorabilia. Incomplete album, rehoused for preservation.

29

B.  Other photographs.

Box
Curtis Institute of Music, 1982.
Description

Stokowski Centennial Celebration. Color and b & w photographs, proof sheets, negatives.

30
Curtis Institute of Music. Leopold Stokowski Collection.
Description

Album compiled by curator Edwin E. Heilakka.. Depicts items in the collection, scores, musical instruments, etc. and events, including the 1982 Stokowski Centennial Celebration.

31
Stolwein, Sue. Photograph and autograph album, 1923-1964, undated.
Description

Celebrities who visited the Russian Inn, Philadelphia [?]. Donor unknown. Date of last inscription to Stolwein is 1951, other photographs may have been added later. It is not clear what the relationship of this album is to other items in the collection, may have contained Stokowski photographs which were integrated into the collection.

32

C.  Scrapbooks.

Box
All-American Youth Orchestra, 1941.
Description

Photocopied clippings and memorabilia.

33
Edinburgh International Festival, 1961.
Description

Scrapbook and photo album compiled by Preben and Mimi Opperby in commemoration of Stokowski's performance of Schoenberg's Gurrelieder.in 1961. Dedicated to Leopold Stokowski.

34
Hollywood Bowl Summer '72, 50th Birthday Superseason, circa 1972-1984.
Description

Compiled by Gustav S. Jánossy. Clippings, programs, [most are photocopies]; a few items on Stokowski, most are on the history of all performances at the Hollywood Bowl.

34

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VIII.  Awards and artwork.

A.  Awards.

Box
Philadelphia Award, 1922.
Description

Ivory and rosewood box, designed by Violet Oakley; executed by Douglas Gilchrist, plaque on bottom with date, 1922. Designed to hold the medal, (designed by Oakley) and scroll (painted by Violet Oakley) [scroll is stored separately in Drawer 61]. Letter from Edwin Heilakka to the Philadelphia Award Trustees, 7 March 1988, indicates that "The medal is in the possession of a daughter, and is, I understand, to be presented to the [Stokowski] Collection in due course."

35
Prix mondial du disque de Montreux, undated.
Description

Pewter drinking vessel.

36
Philadelphia Orchestra, 1966.
Description

Silver plaque mounted on mineral specimen reads "Leopold Stowkowski [sic] in honor of one of the great moments of the Philadelphia Orchestra with deepest gratitude. The members of the Philadelphia Orchestra, Convention Hall, October 14, 1966."

36
Medals and awards.
Contents

* New York, N.Y. George Friderick Handel Award. Presented by Mayor Robert F. Wagner, April 15, 1963. Charlotte Tremper Armus, sculptor, 1959. Bronze medal in black leather case.

* Antonin Dvorak medal, undated. Mil.Beutler, sculptor. Bronze medal in rose leather case.

* American Council for Nationalities Service. Golden Door Award, 1966. Gold-plated medal in black leather case.

* Anton Weber medal, 1967. Siv Holme, sculptor. Bronze medal in blue cardboard box.

* Claude Debussy medal, 1978. R. Joly, sculptor. Bronze medal in blue cardboard box.

* Heitor Villa-Lobos medal, undated. No box. This medal was given to Stokowski in 1975 by Arminda Villa-Lobos (see correspondence in Oliver Daniel collection 3 March 1975).

37
National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences, 1967.
Description

Nomination for the Album of the Year-Classical. The World of Charles Ives. To Leopold Stokowski and to Leonard Bernstein. Plaque.

38
Philadelphia Music Foundation Award, undated.
Description

Base, black marble, with treble clef. [Stored in two pieces].

38

B.  Artwork.

Note

See also: Bloch, Julius. Stokowski, lithograph, Oversize drawer 61.

Box Folder

Fisher, Albert. Watercolor portrait of Leopold Stokowski conducting, 25 x 25 cm., undated.

39 687

Kairer, Margaret G. Pencil sketch of Leopold Stokowski conducting with his daughter Sonya at his side, 18.5 x13.5 cm., 1925.

39 688

Moskowitz, H. S. Portrait of Leopold Stokowski, dry point etching, 25 x 20.5 cm., undated.

39 689

Werner, Edna. Portrait of Leopold Stokowski, pencil, 30 x 22.5 cm., 1969.

39 690

Wolf, Ben. Portrait of Leopold Stokowski, line drawing, undated. 2 copies.

39 691
Miscellaneous images, caricatures of Stokowski.
Description

Includes a photocopy of Alfred Bendiner's caricature of Stokowski; and materials donated by Sol Schoenbach, including a caricature of Schoenbach and an Alfred Bendinder drawing of Hilberg, Kincaid, Caston.

39 692

Beauchamp, Reginald. Large caricature of Leopold Stokowski, marker and spray paint on fabric.

39

C.  Memorabilia.

Box
Organ roll, 1925.
Description

Recorded for the Duo-Art Aeolian Pipe Organ. Stokowski playing Bach's Passacaglia arr. Stokowski. Gift to Edward W. Box and Mary Louise Curtis Bok from Stokowski.

40

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IX.  Oversize.

A.  Photographs. Oversize and miscellaneous photographs.

Note

See also Drawer 61.

Box Folder

Stokowski and the Philadelphia Orchestra at John Wanamaker with Pietro Yon and Charles M. Courboin. Photo by Matthew Griendlerie [?], 1920. 6 copies.

41 693

Leopold Stokowski, autographed portrait. Photo by E. Goldensky, Philadelphia, Pa., 1920s.

41 694

Leopold Stokowski at the Bok family residence, inscribed for "Miss Thompson;" Stokowski on the Maine coast, 1920s.

41 695

Sonya Stokowski, circa 1924.

41 696

Stokowski with the Curtis Student Orchestra, 1926-1927.

41 697

Stokowski with the All-American Youth Orchestra. Photos by Fred Hess & Son, 1940-1941. 6 copies.

41 698

Stokowski autographed portrait, inscribed to Boris Koutzen, undated.

41 699
Audience at Pacific Coast Music Festival, 1955.
Description

Photo courtesy of Leighton Rollins, see correspondence in Ms. Coll. 382.

41 700

Stokowski conducting at the Edinburgh Music Festival. London Observer, 1961.

41 701

Stokowski at recording sessions in London, Photos by Michael Ward.

41 702

Stokowski at his desk, 1067 5th Ave., New York, N.Y. Photos by Paul J. Hoeffler, 1971.

41 703

Walt Disney Productions. Black and white photographs from Fantasia, 1940.

41 704
Photographs of publicity materials, in Spanish, from the 1940 tour of the All-American Youth Orchestra.
Description

Also includes items re Stokowski's 95th birthday and his obituary.

41 705
Curtis Institute of Music Stokowski Collection, circa 1980.
Description

Includes 1 photo of Edwin E. Heilakka, in color.

41 706

Photographs of Stokowski's scores, awards, a drawing by Stokowski, etc., undated.

41 707

B.  Clippings, 1906-1996.

Description & Arrangement

Newspaper clippings arranged chronologically. Includes photocopies of clippings and original materials.

Box Folder

Clippings, 1906-1916.

42 708-709
Clippings, 1916-1926.
Description

Re Stokowski, the Philadelphia Orchestra and the Wanamaker Organ, compiled by Ray Biswanger.

42 710-711

Clippings, 1924-1976.

42 712-719

Stokowski obituaries.

42 720-722

Clippings, 1978-1996.

42 723-732

C.  Awards and certificates.

Box Folder

Academy of Musical Recorded Arts and Sciences honorary membership certificate, 1954.

43 733

Philadelphia Oarchestra Pension Foundation honorary life membership certificate, 1959-1960.

43 734

International Association of Concert Managers certificate.

43 735

National Federation of Music Clubs citation, 1967 April 15.

43 736

Veterans Administration Voluntary Service certificate, 1969 May 12.

43 737

National Music Council citation, 1972 April 18.

43 738

American Composers Alliance Laurel Leaf Award, 1972 April 18.

43 739

Silhouettes in Courage certificate, 1972.

43 740

National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences. Hall of Fame Award, for Bach-Stokowski Toccata and Fugue in D Minor (1927), 1978.

43 741

National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences. Hall of Fame Award, for Rachmaninoff, Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini, RCA Victor 1935 recording, 1979.

43 742

Help Hospitalized Veterans certificate, undated.

43 743

Philadelphia, Pa., Office of the Mayor, Richardson Dilworth. Honorary Citizen Certificate, undated.

43 744

D.  Memorabilia.

1.  Oversize Memorabilia.

Box Folder

Sixtieth Anniversary Concert Program, cover photograph by Claude Picasso, undated.

43 745

Philadelphia Orchestra Tour. Menu, 1936 May 19.

43 746

Leopold Stokowski RCA Victor Records Jacket autographed by Marian Anderson.

43 747

Birthday Card to Leopold Stokowski from C. F. Peters Company, 1972 April 18.

43 748

U.S. postage stamps. Classical conductors and composers including Leopold Stokowski, sealed, undated.

43 749

Deck plan for the cruise ship Italia, with Stokowski's staterooms marked in pencil, 1930s.

43 750

Ball, Ronald H. Architect's drawings for shelving units at Nether Wallop for Leopold Stokowski.

43 751

Leopold Stokowski's batons.

43

2.  Fantasia.

Box Folder

Walt Disney Productions. Souvenir program book for Fantasia, 1940. 2 copies.

44 752
Fantasia, 1990.
Contents

* Posters, 2 copies.

* 50th anniversary glass plate and pin.

* 50th anniversary reissue, videorecording, sealed

44 753

E.  Oversize sculpture.

Box

Schweizer, J. Otto. Bronze relief portrait of Leopold Stokowski, 1923.

45

Jones, Charlotte Mercer. Plaster relief portrait of Leopold Stokowski, undated.

46

F.  Oversize musical instrument.

Box

Balalaika.

47

G.  Posters.

Contents

* American Symphony Orchestra, 1966-1967 season

* Stokowski conducts the New Philharmonia, Royal Albert Hall, London, 14 May 1974

* WFLN poster with drawing of Stokowski, undated [after 1977]

* Curtis Institute of Music, Stokowski Centennial, conducted by Zubin Mehta, 18 April 1982

*  Fantasia posters located on poster shelving, Dietrich Storage Area. 2 items

Drawer
61

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Collection Inventory

I. Correspondence.

Scope and Contents note

The Correspondence series is by far the largest, occupying 100 of the collection’s total 182 boxes. Included are all general correspondence, family correspondence, unidentified and fragmented correspondence, fan mail, greeting cards, and audition requests that do not specifically relate to Marlboro, Curtis, or the Institute for Young Performing Musicians. Any correspondence with direct links to these organizations has been separated into the appropriate series. Because many people have connections to one or more of these organizations in addition to personal connections with Serkin, there is often overlap between the series. Researchers interested in consulting all correspondence by a particular person are encouraged to check the correspondence portions of the other series as well. General correspondence appears first, followed by Family correspondence, Audition requests, and Fan mail. The correspondence is arranged alphabetically by correspondent, and chronologically within that. Letters by Rudolf Serkin or his representative are included when they exist.

While the family letters reveal some personal moments of his life, Serkin himself kept his general correspondence very brief and to the point. He never liked to express himself in words and always refused to do interviews or to talk about performances or music in public. His correspondents, on the other hand, were often more talkative. Among them are famous musicians such as Pablo Casals, Yehudi Menuhin, Dimitri Mitropoulos, Eugene Ormandy, Sviatoslav Richter, and Arnold Steinhard, as well as several US presidents and notable politicians from all over the world.

A. General.

Box Folder

92nd Street Y (New York, N.Y.), 1975-1986.

1 1

Abbado, Claudio, 1971-1990.

1 2

Abbado European Young Musicians Trust, 1982-1988.

1 3-5

Abel, Adolf, 1963 November 6.

1 6

Abel, Heidi, undated.

1 7

Abrams, Paul Douglas [contains photograph of Serkin], 1982-1983.

1 8

Abs, Hermann Josef, 1964-1991.

1 9

Academy Artists Management [re: Joel Lipton], 1974 October 28.

1 10

Academy of Radio and Television Arts and Sciences, 1951 April 4.

1 11

Academy of Vocal Arts (Philadelphia), 1977-1980.

1 12

Accademia di Santa Cecilia, 1964-1985.

1 13

Accademia Filarmonica Romana, 1961-1985.

1 14

Accardo, Salvatore, 1983 August 30.

1 15

Adachi, Agnes, 1976-1991.

1 16

Adam International Review, 1980-1982.

1 17

Adams, Wilhelm, 1961 March 1.

1 18

Adamson, Stephen, undated.

1 19

Adler, Alexandra ["Ali"], 1943-1978, undated.

1 20

Adler, Hans [concert management], 1969-1985.

1 21

Adler, James, 1980-1991.

1 22

Adler, S. M., Mrs., undated.

1 23

Adler, Witiko, 1973-1978.

1 24

Adonaylo [Peniazek], Raquel, 1973-1991.

1 25

Aeronson, Carol, 1986-1990.

1 26

Aeronson, Robert, 1970-1986.

1 26a

AFL-CIO, 1960 August 24.

1 27

Agence Europeenne de Concerts (Geneva), 1948 November 19.

1 28

Agosti, Guido, undated.

1 29

Ahlquist, Janet, 1977-1986.

1 30

Aisenstadt, Andre A., 1972-1991.

1 31

Akeley, Mary, undated.

1 32

Akter, Turgut, 1987 December 27.

1 33

Albee, Edward [re: Diamond, David], 1984.

1 34

Albers, Mr., 1938 February 13.

1 35

Albersheim, Gerhard, 1950, undated.

1 36

Albert, Agnes, 1965-1988.

1 37

Albert Kay Concert Management [re: Paul Schoenfield], 1967.

1 38

Albert Schweitzer Music Award, 1987 January 26.

1 39

Albert Unger Publishing Company, 1943-1944.

1 40

Alberti, Mr., 1967 January 25.

1 41

Albrecht, Mr. (GMD), undated.

1 42

Alder, Chris, undated.

1 43

Aldrich, Richard, 1937 February 2.

1 44

Alessandrini, Giorgio, 1974.

1 45

Alexander & Alexander, 1971 February 5.

1 46

Alexander Hilsberg Memorial Fund, undated.

1 47

All Newton Music School, 1977 February 11.

1 48

All Star-Forum (Philadelphia), undated.

1 49

Allan King Associates [Roger Graef], 1966.

1 50

Allebrand, Ms., 1934-1935.

1 51

Allen, Betty, 1991 May 21.

1 52

Allen, Gaitha, Ms., 1966 July 19.

1 53

Allen Oil Company, 1973 December 29.

1 54

Allied Artists (London, England), undated.

1 55

Allied Artists Bureau, 1984 March 5.

1 56

Allied Arts Corp. [Harry Zelzer], 1974, undated.

1 57

Alpenheim, Ilse von [married to Antal Doráti], 1980 February 16.

1 58

Alpern, Lynne, 1987 May 30.

1 59

Alpha Delta Kappa, 1978 November 17.

1 60

Altman, Joel, 1977 January 15.

2 60a

Altman, S. [Siegfried], 1948 March 24.

2 61

Altsalemer Vereinigung, 1978-1982, undated.

2 62

Am-Rus Music, 1942.

2 63

Ambassador Hotel, 1973-1974.

2 64

America-Israel Cultural Foundation, 1959-1974.

2 65

American Academy of Arts and Sciences, 1966-1991.

2 66-73

American Automobile Association, 1945 November 22.

2 74

American Bach Foundation [Raissa Tselentis], 1967-1988.

2 75

American Chamber Orchestra, 1981-1983.

2 76

American Choral Directors Association, 1981.

2 77

American Civil Liberties Union. Greater Philadelphia Branch, 1965-1975.

2 78

American College in Paris, 1980.

2 79

American Committe for Yugoslav Relief, 1947 January 2.

2 80

American Corriedale Association, 1952.

2 81

American Council for Emigrés in the Professions, 1967.

2 82

American Council of Learned Society, 1975 October 16.

2 83

American Express Company, 1973-1982, undated.

2 83a

American Federation of Musicians. Local 802, 1941-1990.

2 84

American Federation of Musicians. Local 9-353 (Boston, Mass.), 1983 January 4.

2 85

American Federation of Musicians. Troy Musical Union. Local 13, 1984 August 27.

2 86

American Film Institute, 1984.

2 87

American Friends of India, 1962.

2 88

American Friends of the Aldeburgh Festival, 1980-1982.

2 89

American Friends of the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra, 1982.

2 90

American Friends Service Committee, 1939 December 4.

2 91

American Guernsey Cattle Club, 1951-1953.

2 92

American Guild of Musical Artists, 1941-1966.

3 93

American Health Foundation, 1966 September 2.

3 93a

American Institute for Cancer Research, 1991 July 1.

3 94

American Keyboard Artists, 1990 September 24.

3 95

American Landmark Festival, 1990 March 10.

3 96

American Music Center (New York, NY), 1974-1986.

3 97

American Music Scholarship Association, 1973-1980.

3 98

American Newspaper Women’s Club, 1974.

3 99

American Philosophical Society, 1983-1991.

3 100-103

American Pianists Association, 1989-1990.

3 104

American Red Cross, 1941-1975.

3 105

American Relief to Austria, undated.

3 106

American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers, 1974.

3 107

American Society of the French Legion of Honor, 1984-1989.

3 108

American Symphony Orchestra League, 1960.

3 109

American Tree Farm System, 1986.

3 110

Americans Youth Symphony, 1982.

3 110a

Amherst College, 1982.

3 111

A.M.L.I. [Americans for a Music Library in Israel], 1951-1976.

3 112

Amman, Alfredo, 1958-1982.

3 113

Amman, Margherita, 1982-1983.

3 114

Amman, Sofia, 1962-1988.

3 115

Amnesty International, 1977-1981.

3 116

Amphion Concert Foundation, 1958 November 18.

3 117

Amram, David, 1958-1973.

3 118

Amrein, Yost U. L. [Ursus Lucius], 1918-, 1986.

3 119

Amsterdam, Morton, 1972.

3 120

Amtmann, Inger-Marie [formerly Chamberlain] [Curtis secretary], 1972-1991.

3 121

Anaheim Union High School District, undated.

3 122

Anders, Mariedi, 1973-1986.

3 123

Anderson, Barbara, 1967, undated.

3 124

Anderson, Dwight, 1957 October 3.

3 125

Anderson, Lynn Horner, 1991.

3 126

Anderson, Virginia, 1985.

3 127

Andreae, Volkmar [includes letter to Adolf Busch and letter to Frieda Busch], 1941-1962.

3 128

Andreasson, Anna [includes letters to Adolf and Frieda Busch], 1941-1958, undated.

3 129

Andreasson, Björn [includes letters to Adolf and Frieda Busch], 1944-1945, undated.

3 130

Andreasson, Christophe, 1991.

3 131

Andreasson, Gösta [includes letters to Adolf and Frieda Busch], 1941-1976, undated.

3 132

Andresen, Anne, 1981-1985.

4 133

Aneis, Solomon, 1939 March 5.

4 134

Angel, Jonathan, 1980-1984.

4 135

Ann Arbor May Festival, 1983.

4 136

Anrovy, P. V., 1953.

4 137

Ansbacher, Bernardo, 1958-1991.

4 138

Ansbacher, Gabriella, 1991 June 1.

4 139

Ansbacher, Luigi, 1945-1983.

4 140

Ansell, Steven, 1986.

4 141

ANTA (organization), 1960.

4 142

Antiquarian Booksellers Association of America, undated.

4 143

Antonin Dvorak Centennial Commemoration (Los Angeles, Ca.), 1941 September 29.

4 144

Apartment Guide, undated.

4 145

Arbeitsgemeinschaft kultureller Organisationen, 1952-1974.

4 146

Arbeitskreis Egerländer Kulturschaffender [Albert Reich], 1983-1984.

4 147

Architectural Digest (magazine), 1983.

4 148

Arden, Betty, 1952 October 22.

4 149

Arenci, Lidia, 1956 August 6.

4 150

Aresu Palladino, Ines, 1987-1988.

4 151

Armstrong, Thomas, 1963 October 22.

4 152

Arnold Schoenberg Institute. Friends, 1977-1991.

4 153

Arnold Simon’s Musiksortiment, 1980 March 11.

4 154

Aronauskaite, Ester, 1941-1944.

4 155

Aronson, Maurice, 1943.

4 156

Arrau, Claudio, 1987-1991.

4 157

Ars Musica Guild [Vance Hayes], 1942.

4 158

Art Dealers Association of America, 1974.

4 159

Artemis Verlag, 1990 October 4.

4 160

Artur Rubinstein International Piano Master Competition, 1973-1983.

4 161

Artrain, 1973 February 15.

4 162

Artur Schnabel Memorial Committee, 1952-1960, undated.

4 163

A. S. Musikkens verden forlag [publisher: Oslo, Norway], 1953.

4 164

Ascanio, David, 1954-, 1974.

4 165

Aschkenes, Kaethe, 1943-1944.

4 166

Aschcroft, Harold Boë, 1984.

4 167

Ashe, Herbert J., 1973-1991.

4 168

Ashkenazy, Shmuel, 1983 March 21.

4 169

Ashkenazy, Vladimir, 1970, undated.

4 170

Asolo Musica, 1983-1990.

4 171

Aspen Institute for Humanistic Studies, 1950 September0 16.

4 172

Aspen Music Festival, 1956 April 4.

4 173

Associated Austrian Relief, 1945 November 26.

4 174

Associated Music Publishers, 1946 December 14.

4 175

Associated Musicians [publisher: Los Angeles, Ca.], 1952-1953.

4 176

Associated Students of UCLA, 1966.

4 177

Association des concours internationaux de violon Zino Francescatti, undated.

4 178

Association for Classical Music, 1984.

4 179

Association Robert Casadesus, 1974-1983.

4 180

Associazione Alessandro Scarlatti, 1977.

4 181

AT & T, 1975-1986.

4 182

Atlanta Boy Choir, 1973-1975.

4 183

Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, 1972-1982.

4 184

Atlantis Verlag, 1953.

4 185

Auber, Stefan, 1986 February 21.

4 186

Aubrey Willis School of Piano Tuning, 1975.

4 187

Audible Modern Vanguard (firm) [Seymour Solomon], 1965 April 1.

4 188

Auerbach, Louis, 1935 March 8.

4 188a

Aufricht, Hans, 1950 April 15.

4 189

Aurandt, Paul, 1977 March 6.

4 190

Aurora, Frank (tailor), undated.

4 191

Ausserhofer, David, 1985 October 27.

4 192

Austin Community Concert Orchestra, 1945 February 8.

4 193

Australian Broadcasting Commission, 1975 November 18.

4 194

Australian Society for Keyboard Music, 1971 June 14.

4 195

Austria. Bundesministerium fur Unterricht, 1979 February 26.

4 196

Austria. Nationalbibliothek, 1978 January 16.

4 197

Austria Office (New York, N.Y.), 1940s.

4 198

Austrian Institute (New York, N.Y.), circa 1940s-1979.

4 199

Automobile Club of New York, 1941-1944.

4 200

Autori, Franco, 1941-1944.

4 201

Avsharian, Charles, 1963-1984.

4 202

B. Schott’s Söhne (Mainz, Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany), 1958-1982.

5 203

Babin, Victor.

5 204

Bach, Andreas, 1987 January 23.

5 205

Bach at Cranbrook, 1966.

5 206

Bach, Julius Max, 1944 November 19.

5 207

Bachauer, Gina, 1952-1974, undated.

5 208

Bachmann, Siegfried, 1981 August 23.

5 209

Bachverein Düsseldorf, 1963.

5 210

Bacon, Denise [1 letterhead Kodaly Center of America; see also: Dana School of Music], 1945-1991.

5 211

Bacon, Ernst, 1951-1960.

5 212

Bacon, Ernst, Mrs., 1942-1943.

5 213

Badura-Skoda, Eva, 1974-1980.

5 214

Badura-Skoda, Paul, 1952-1986, undated.

5 215

Bækkelund, Kjell Martin, 1984.

5 216

Baerwald, Alice, 1947.

5 217

Baerwald-Lefebre, Werner, 1973 June 7.

5 218

Bagaduce Music Lending Library, 1984 August 18.

5 219

Bagby, George, 1942-1945.

5 220

Bailey-Hulla, Lilo, 1955 May 22.

5 221

Bain, Wilfred C. [Conwell] [envelope only], undated.

5 222

Baker, Melissa Smith, 1982.

5 223

Baker-Carr, Christopher, 1982 March 25.

5 224

Baker’s Bookstore (Brattleboro, Vt.), 1953-1964.

5 225

Baldwin, M. M., 1942.

5 226

Baldwin Piano Company, 1949-1959.

5 227

Bales, Dorothy, 1955 September 6.

5 228

Balker, Stephen, undated.

5 229

Ballantine, Edward, 1940-1964, undated.

5 230

Ballon, Persis, 1989.

5 231

Balner, Mr., 1958.

5 232

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation, 1966.

5 233

Baltimore Music Teachers Association, 1959.

5 234

Baltimore Symphony Orchestra [see also: John Gidwitz], 1949-1987.

5 235

Bamberger, Carl, 1942-1984.

5 236

Bamberger, Gertrud, 1942-1948.

5 237

Bamberger, Lotte Hammerschlag [includes photograph: "Bella Musica Quartet, 1962"], 1957-1991.

5 238

Bandli, Rosemarie, 1936-1984.

5 239

Bank of New York, 1945.

5 239a

Bank Sarasin, 1938-1991, undated.

5 239b

Bank of Vermont, 1984-1989.

5 239c

Bank Street College of Education, 1966-1967.

5 240

Banks, Helen, undated.

5 241

Banks, Talcott [“Ted”], 1973-1974.

5 242

Bar-Illan, David, 1953-1970.

5 243

Barber, Samuel, 1939-1980.

5 244

Barbey, Frédéric, 1976 November 16.

5 245

Barcelona (Spain), 1982 May 27.

5 246

Barclays Bank, 1941 July 8.

5 246a

Bard College [Botstein], 1983-1984.

5 247

Barell, Colette, 1944-1953, undated.

5 248

Barell, Emil Christoph, 1940-1942, undated.

5 249

Bärenreiter Verlag (Kassel, Germany), 1950 August 5.

5 250

Barksdale, A. Beverly, 1965-1975.

5 251

Barlow, Samuel L. M. (Samuel Latham Mitchill), 1946, undated.

5 252

Barnard, Alice, 1959 October 20.

5 253

Barnard, Boyd, 1974, undated.

5 254

Barr, Judith, 1973-1991, undated.

5 255

Barrett, Nerine, 1974-1986.

5 256

Barrette Realty, 1942.

5 257

Barrour, Gait, 1977.

6 258

Barrows, Tait Sanford, 1966 November 11.

6 259

Barth, Hans, 1939-1961.

6 260

Barth, Joan, undated.

6 261

Barth, Karl, 1934-1963.

6 262

Barth, Matthias, 1959-1985.

6 263

Bartlett, Eric, 1984.

6 264

Bartlett, Henry M. [Reverend], 1983 January 6.

6 265

Bartlett Tours, undated.

6 266

Bartley, William Warren [re: Karl Popper], 1983-1984.

6 267

Barzin, Leon, 1965-1978.

6 268

Basel, Mädchenschule, 1937 May 11.

6 269

Basel-Stadt (Switzerland) Kreiskommando, 1939 October 28.

6 270

Basel-Stadt (Switzerland) [Staatliche Alters-und Hinterlassenen Versicherungskasse], 1972-1974.

6 271

BASF Aktiengesellschaft, 1958 June 9.

6 272

Baskin, Thoedore, 1974-1983.

6 273

Basler Hilfe für Emigrantenkinder, 1935-1936.

6 274

Bass, Janis [piano playing advice from Serkin], 1967.

6 275

Bass Rocks Golf Club Ladies Committee, undated.

6 276

Batjer, Margaret, 1984-1990, undated.

6 277

Batlay, Melitta, undated.

6 278

Batlle, Luis, 1959-1991, undated.

6 279

Bator, Viktor, 1959 September 29.

6 280

Battle Creek Civic Symphony Association, 1950 November 14.

6 281

Baum, Gerhard Rudolf, 1981 August 26.

6 282

Baum, Ms., undated.

6 283

Baumgärtel, Susann, 1990 December.

6 284

Baumgartner, Ingeborg, undated.

6 285

Bäuml, Robert, 1952 October 9.

6 286

Bay Chamber Concerts (Camden, Me.), 1986 January 4.

6 287

Bayerischer Rundfunk, 1958-1983.

6 288

Bayfield, Ralph, 1962 September 23.

6 289

Baylor University, 1950 December 25.

6 290

Bazzi, Maria Teresa, 1958-1973, undated.

6 291

BBZ 8 [group of Swiss artists], 1934.

6 292

Beale, Truxtun, Mrs., 1942.

6 293

Bearth, Bea, 1974-1991.

6 294

Bearth, Cartin Roux, 1991 May 28.

6 295

Bearth, Gertrud [CH], 1952 June 15.

6 296

Bearth, Peter, 1937-1989, undated.

6 297-298

Bearth, Thomas, 1948-1951.

6 299

Bechstein (Firm), 1931-1934.

6 300

Beck, Conrad, 1949 September 25.

6 301

Beck, Helen L. [memories of Serkin from 1919], 1989 May 31.

6 302

Beck, Richard, 1972 July 4.

6 303

Beck, Sydney, 1973-1991.

6 304

Becker, Rolf, 1983.

6 305

Beckmann, Mathilde Q., 1961-1981.

6 306

Beebe, Liane [and Fritz], 1957.

6 307

Beek, Johanna [Nederlandsche Concertdirectie / Interartists BV], 1955-1979.

6 308

Beethoven-Archiv (Bonn, Germany), 1985-1989.

6 309

Beethoven Foundation (New York, N.Y.), 1980-1988.

6 310

Beethoven-Haus (Bonn, Germany), 1965-1991.

6 311-312

Beethoven Society (New York, N.Y.), 1980-1981.

6 313

Behrend, Jeanne, 1974, undated.

6 314

Behymer, Lynden Ellsworth, 1946 February 18.

6 315

Béique, Pierre, 1942-1991, undated.

6 316-317

Belart, Ernst [helps with immigration to Nairobi of Lotte and Oswald Fischer and Robert Serkin], 1938-1939.

7 318

Belwin-Mills Publishing, 1973.

7 319

Bempéchat, Paul-André, 1986-1989.

7 320

Bender, Sydney, 1973 June 15.

7 320a

Benedict, Jenny, 1954 August 27.

7 321

Bengtsson, Erling Bløndal, 1952.

7 322

Bengtsson, Jock, 1959-1972, undated.

7 323

Benko, Gregor, 1973-1980.

7 324

Benner, Raymond, 1952 September 14.

7 325

Bennett, Maria, 1976 February 22.

7 326

Bennette, George [audition request], 1957 June 15.

7 327

Bennington College, 1976 August 31.

7 328

Benny, Jack, 1983 March 14.

7 329

Benoliel, Peter A., 1974-1991.

7 330

Benson-Guy, Elizabeth, 1951-1967.

7 331

Beobachter Galerie (Glattbrugg, Switzerland), 1984 February 29.

7 332

Berѐs, Pierre, 1951 November 19.

7 333

Bergmann, Ludwig, 1956 March 10.

7 334

Berkowitz, Freda Pastor, 1972-1974.

7 335

Berkowitz, Paul, 1973-1985.

7 336

Berkowitz, Ralph, 1941-1983.

7 337

Berkshire Music Center, 1980.

7 338

Berliner Philharmoniker [see also: Girth, Peter], 1971-1986.

7 339

Bernardston Auto Exchange, 1953 July 1.

7 340

Berner, Edgar, 1991 May 21.

7 341

Berner, Rosalie Leventritt [“Sis”], 1944-1984, undated.

7 342-343

Berner, Ted Roland, 1941-1986, undated.

7 344-345

Berner, Winifred, 1953, undated.

7 346

Bernische Musikgesellschaft, 1934-1958.

7 347

Bernoulli, Christoph, 1949-1981.

7 348

Bernstein, Leonard [see also: Operation - Music For Israel], 1970-1989.

7 349

Bernstein, Melvin, 1946.

7 350

Bernstein, Seymour, 1975 March 20.

7 351

Bernstein, Ulric, 1987 February 23.

7 352

Berry, Wallace [audition request], 1942-1943.

7 353

Bertetta, Mrs., 1983 May 8.

7 354

Bertin, Célia, 1987 July 21.

7 355

Best of Both Worlds Festival (Wimington, De.), circa 1991.

7 356

Beth-El congregation (fort Worth, Tex.), undated.

7 357

Beth Israel Temple (Margate, NJ), 1972 May 31.

7 358

Beth Sholom Synagogue (Elkins Park, Pa.), 1961 August 29.

7 359

Bettelheim, Wilhelm, 1973-1990.

7 360

Beyerle, Hatto, 1986-1991.

7 361

Bianchi, Luigi Alberto, 1974-1975.

7 362

Bianconi, Philippe, 1987.

7 363

Bibby, Allen, 1948-1991.

7 364

Bibby, Audrey, undated.

7 365

Biblioteka Jagiellonska [Mozart Autographs], 1980-1983.

7 366

Bickel, Milli, 1956-1977.

7 367

Biel-Bienne, Eugene V., 1950 October 3.

7 368

Bieler, Ida, 1991 August 18.

7 369

Bierman, Rose [interview request], 1946.

7 370

Binder, Abraham Wolf, 1944.

7 371

Binder Schweitzer Foundation, 1978 January 17.

7 372

Bing, Richard J., 1973-1987.

7 373

Bing, Rudolf, 1974.

7 374

Binns, Malcolm, 1961.

7 375

Birch, Georgiana, 1936-1959.

7 376

Bircher, Max Edwin, 1934-1936.

7 377

Bird, Donna, 1976 May 29.

7 378

Blackwell, Ethel [and George], 1948-1973.

8 379

Blair, Miriam, 1940-1941, undated.

8 380

Blake, Lowri [see also: Marlboro], 1986-1990.

8 381

Blanca, Sondra, 1951 June 3.

8 382

Blanche Moyse Chorale, 1991 May 12.

8 383

Blanco, Ana Maria (“Tati”) [letterhead J. M. Blanco Drogeria Puerto Rico], 1950-1991.

8 384

Blanco, Augustin, 1959-1981.

8 385

Blaschke, Lotte [re: Benno Sachs, letter “lost” in Beethoven sonatas], 1942.

8 386

Blegen, Barbara, 1965-1980, undated.

8 387

Bloch, Emma, 1950s.

8 388

Bloch, Hans W. [mentions Tante Grete], 1940.

8 389

Bloch, Suzanne, 1963 October 29.

8 390

Block, Mrs., 1944 January 16.

8 391

Bloom, Mike, 1953.

8 392

Bloomfield, Theodore, 1966-1973.

8 393

Bloomingdale’s (firm) [Fall Designer Rooms, Serkin declined], 1973.

8 394

Bloomington Symphony Orchestra, 1973.

8 395

Blose, Ms., 1977 January 1.

8 396

Blue Book, 1981 November.

8 397

Blumcraft [mentions pamphlets on Aluminum, but enclosure is missing], undated.

8 398

Blumenthal, Toby, 1983 December 7.

8 399

Blumer-Blatt, Hedwig [includes RS concert program dated January 1934, which RS uses for letter copy], 1934, undated.

8 400

Blynn, Mary, 1966 September 13.

8 401

B'nai B'rith Women, 1975 June 11.

8 402

Bökmann, Werner, 1985-1986.

8 403

Bockstein, Edna [enclosure (composition and Bach transcription) missing], 1961.

8 404

Bogas, Roy, 1942-1982.

8 405

Bogdan, Mr. (N. A.), 1942.

8 406

Bogin, Abba, 1953-1986.

8 407

Bogle Farrer, Bonnie, 1991 May 14.

8 408

Bohan, Edna [secretary to a Mrs Chick, about piano moving], 1941 October 10.

8 409

Bohemians (musical group), 1946-1990.

8 410-411

Böhmer, Josef, 1978 April 3.

8 412

Bohnke, Lilli, 1949-1964, undated.

8 413

Bohnke, Robert-Alexander, 1975 January 28.

8 414

Bohnke, Walther, 1983-1993.

8 415

Boise Junior College, 1941-1942.

8 416

Bok, Cary William, Mrs. [“Stormy”], 1968-1977, undated.

8 417

Bok, Derek Curtis, 1991 June 5.

8 418

Bok, Nellie Lee, 1974-1976, undated.

8 419

Bolet, Jorge, 1939-1942.

8 420

Bolster Movers [Robert “Bob” Bolster], 1966-1991.

8 421-422

Bolwerk, Ludger [enclosure (composition for review) missing], 1987.

8 423

Bondy, Elisabeth, 1952-1974.

8 424

Bonn, 1972.

8 425

Bonpensiere, Maria [enclosure (book on piano technique by Luigi B.) missing], 1953 November 11.

8 426

Book Cellar, 1983 July 20.

8 427

Book, Georgette [or Georgett], 1960 July 18.

8 428

Boonin, Joseph M., undated.

8 429

Boosey & Hawkes Inc., 1941-1974.

8 430

Booth, Margaret, 1941-1942.

8 431

Booth, Zachary, 1966 July 20.

8 432

Borciani, Paolo, 1986.

8 433

Borgese, Elisabeth Mann, 1985 February 9.

8 434

Borgos, Pauline [see also: Marlboro], 1979-1991.

8 435

Bořkovec, Věra, 1983.

8 436

Borkowski, Ann Marie, 1991 May 20.

8 437

Borocz, Andre [Carribean Festival of Music invitation], 1983.

8 438

Borowski, Elsa, 1951, undated.

8 439

Boschan, Paul, 1940-1985.

9 440

Bösendorfer Klavierfabrik, 1978-1980.

9 441

Boston Conservatory, 1959 August 22.

9 442

Boston Musicians’ Association, 1982 November 12.

9 443

Boston Philharmonia Orchestra, 1973.

9 444

Boston Phoenix Weekly Newspaper, 1981.

9 445

Boston Symphony Orchestra [Gideon Toeplitz], 1956-1988.

9 446

Boston University, 1969-1977.

9 447

Boston University. College of Music, 1950 March 25.

9 448

Boston University. Dept. of Special Collections, 1990 July 13.

9 449

Boston University. Office of Public Affairs, 1983.

9 450

Bote & Bock, 1966-1967.

9 451

Bottoni, Mari, 1980.

9 451a

Bottorf, Mr., 1942 May 31.

9 452

Bowen, Catherine Drinker, 1971-1973.

9 453

Boy Scouts of America, 1960-1974.

9 454

Boys’ Athletic League (New York, N.Y.), undated.

9 455

Boys Town (Neb.) [award], 1950.

9 456

Bragle, Kathleen, 1977 February 14.

9 456a

Bräm, Thüring, 1973-1974.

9 457

Branco, Jono de Freitas, 1973 December 12.

9 458

Brand, Renée, 1941 April 24.

9 459

Brandeis University [award], 1965-1988.

9 460

Brandt, Heidi, 1946 November 11.

9 461

Brandt, Nathan H. [interview request], 1990 September 25.

9 462

Brandywine River Museum, 1972-1977, undaetd.

9 463

Braslavsky, Solomon G., 1944 January 17.

9 464

Brassard, Henri, 1969 April 22.

9 465

Brattleboro Area Hospice, 1991.

9 466

Brattleboro Community Concert Association, 1952 November 11.

9 467

Brattleboro Country Club, 1945-1953.

9 468

Brattleboro Dept. Of Public Safety, 1973 March 26.

9 469

Brattleboro Lions Club, 1953 March 11.

9 470

Brattleboro Music Center, 1952-1987.

9 471-479

Brattleboro Music Center, 1988-1991.

10 480-481

Brattleboro (Vt.). Police Dept., 1965.

10 482

Brattleboro Rotary Club, 1985.

10 483

Brattleboro Subaru [financial], 1983-1987.

10 484

Braun, Edie, 1972-1974, undated.

10 485

Braun, Ernst F. [enclosure (clipping about Busch and Weinheim, 1932) missing], 1987.

10 486

Braunthal, Hilde, 1983 March 14.

10 487

Braus, Ira, 1980.

10 488

Brautigam, Ronald, 1982-1987.

10 489

Breeder's Gazette [re: Corriedale Sheep], 1952 May 6.

10 490

Breitkopf & Härtel, 1968 September 18.

10 491

Brenner, Lili, 1934-1935.

10 492

Brent, William, undated.

10 493

Breton, Pierre [request for information for an article, denied], 1981.

10 494

Bretz, Frank, 1975.

10 495

Breydert, Frederick [enclosure (composition) missing], 1944.

10 496

Bricht, Walter [enclosure (composition) missing], 1936 August 25.

10 497

Brieff, Frank, 1956 January 27.

10 498

Briggs, Marjorie, 1951 April 10.

10 499

Brightwaters Public Library, 1973.

10 500

Brigoddard, undated.

10 501

Brill, Belle G., 1945.

10 502

Brill, Toba, 1952 November 3.

10 503

Brinkmann, Reinhold, 1983-1991.

10 504

Briskier, Arthur, 1951 September 19.

10 505

Bristow, Philip, 1988 October 10.

10 506

British Broadcasting Company, 1973-1984.

10 507

British Security Co-ordination (New York, N.Y.) [re: Raphael Charles Pollock], 1942.

10 508

British Suzuki Institute [re: Hilla Mazda], 1981.

10 509

Broch, Hermann [re: Franz Blei], 1941.

10 510

Brock, Marvadene, 1978-1982, undated.

10 511

Brock, Reiner, undated.

10 512

Brody, Elaine [audition request], 1941-1942.

10 513

Brody, Lawrence, 1941.

10 514

Brown, Barbara B., undated.

10 515

Brown, David, 1966-1974.

10 516

Brown, Gretchen [re: Guilford, wants to be horseriding teacher], 1961.

10 517

Brown, Marjorie [enclosure (pencil sketch) missing], 1986 August 14.

10 518

Brown, Muriel, undated.

10 519

Brown, Muriel Buck Humphrey, 1966 March 31.

10 520

Brown, Stephanie [“former student”], 1985-1986, undated.

10 521

Brown Brothers Harriman & Co., 1937-1939.

10 521a

Brown University. Program in Medicine, 1980.

10 522

Bruch, Gisela, 1946 September 15.

10 523

Brüder-Busch-Gesellschaft [Wolfgang Burbach], 1966-2003.

10 524-525

Brudno, Mollie R., 1954.

10 526

Brumer, Peperl, circa 1930-1940.

10 527

Brun, Alphonse [Bern], 1946-1963.

10 528

Brun, Fritz, 1946-1959.

10 529

Brun, Ianka, 1975, undated.

10 530

Brunnström. Ann, 1966 July 16.

10 531

Bryfogle, John W., 1974-1976.

10 532

Bryn Mawr College, 1956, undated.

10 533

Buchhandlung, Heidrich, 1966-1988.

10 534-536

Buchhandlung Jäggi, 1975.

10 537

Buchhandlung Tanner, 1952.

10 538

Buchheit, William A., 1980-1986.

11 539

Buchsbaum, Lilly [and Tenki], 1949 May 5.

11 540

Bucky, Frida Sarsen, 1936 February 20.

11 541

Budde, Werner [and Grete], 1954.

11 542

Bueding, Ernest [and Raya], 1952-1985.

11 543

Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra, 1942-1985, undated.

11 544

Bühler, Fridel [Frl. Bühler, Luzern 1935], 1935.

11 545

Buitoni, Alba [Amici della Musica], 1954-1991, undated.

11 546

Buitoni, Raimonda [and Franco], 1975.

11 547

Bullock, Alice [re: Guilford], 1953 January 21.

11 548

Bullock, John A. [re: Guilford], 1949 November 16.

11 549

Bunche, Ruth Harris [re: Roy Wilkins Gala], 1976.

11 550

Bund der Eghalanda Gmoin, 1979 December 13.

11 551

Bundles for Britain, Inc., 1941.

11 552

Bunker, Carol, undated.

11 553

Bunker, Ellsworth, 1981 September 1.

11 554

Burbach, Mr. [re: Busch’s “Der gute Glaube” and other records to be made], 1967 January 16.

11 555

Burckhardt, Carl Jacob, 1972-1973.

11 556

Burckhardt, Lucie [Basel, Switzerland; related to Heidi Burckhardt?], 1968 May 29.

11 557

Burckhardt, Lukas F., 1962-1963.

11 558

Burganger, Judith, 1956-1961.

11 559

Burgess, Mary, mezzo-soprano, 1991 May 24.

11 560

Burghauser, Hugo [re: Voytek Matushevski], 1975.

11 561

Burkley, Francis (“Father Burkley”), 1955 November 29.

11 562

Burley, Dexter, 1986.

11 563

Burlington Savings Bank, 1982.

11 563a

Burmeister, Richard [photocopy], 1938 October 20.

11 564

Burner, Ray [and Cecilia], 1990 September 14.

11 565

Burtis, Richard T., 1984-1989.

11 565a

Burstein, Ulric [letterhead The Hunter Orchestra, Australia], 1987-1988, undated.

11 566

Busoni Foundation, 1991 February 1.

11 567

Busoni Society, 1966.

11 568

Buswell, James, undated.

11 569

Byrne, Bowman & Forshay Real Estate [complaint about RS piano], 1941 May 8.

11 570

Byron, Clara, 1983 April 10.

11 571

Cabjolski, Klaus [enclosure: "Über Klavierspiel und Unterricht" thesis], 1960 October 28.

11 572

Cabot, Henry B. (Henry Bromfield), 1962-1972, undated.

11 573

Cadenbach, Rainer, 1984.

11 574

Caecilia (Concert Agency, Geneva, Switzerland), 1962-1990.

11 575

Cahill, Grace, 1990, undated.

11 576

Calburn, Richard [re: Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra], 1981 March 4.

11 577

California Institute of the Arts, 1982.

11 578

California Institute of the Arts. School of Music, 1974.

11 579

California State College, Long Beach, 1970 March 15.

11 580

Cam, Yvonne, 1951-1989, undated.

11 581-582

Cambridge University Press, 1982.

11 583

Camden-Rockport Arts Council, 1971-1972.

11 584

Cameron, E. H. [Edinburgh], 1949 August 29.

11 585

Campora, Philip [re: Paolo Spagnolo], 1958 November 30.

11 586

Camus, Clara [Propaganda Musicale], 1950-1973.

11 587

Canada. Parliament. House of Commons, 1945.

11 588

Canaday, Ward Murphey, 1952-1953.

11 589

Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, 1949-1952.

11 590

Candide, Paul [enclosure (composition: “This Land – America”) missing], 1974.

11 591

Canetti, Elias, 1991 May 16.

11 592

Cantoni, Giulio L. [re: Peter Serkin 1990], 1990 November 18.

11 593

Cantor, Eddie, 1892-1964, 1949 October 10.

11 594

CARE (New York, N.Y.), 1947-1948.

11 595

Carl Fischer Inc., 1941-1949.

11 596

Carl Flesch International Violin Competition, 1973.

11 597

Carl Friedberg Alumni Association [Lonny Epstein, president], 1954 February 14.

11 598

Carlton, Winslow, 1940 September 3.

11 599

Carmel Music Society, 1986.

11 600

Carmirelli, Pina [see also: Marlboro], 1967-1991.

11 601

Carmirelli, Pina [see also: Marlboro], 1967-1991.

12 602

Carnegie Commission on Educational Television, 1966.

12 603-604

Carnegie Corporation of New York, 1965-1967.

12 605

Carnegie Hall Corporation, 1973-1976.

12 606

Carnegie Hall (New York, N.Y.) [contains program], 1951-1991.

12 607

Carnegie Institute of Technology, 1963.

12 608

Carnegie-Mellon University. College of Fine Arts [Leonardo Balada brochure with vinyl record], 1982.

12 609

Carney, Timothy, 1990 August 7.

12 610

Carr, William Bernard, 1952-, 1982-1983.

12 611

Carstens, Karl, 1981 September 1.

12 612

Carter, Hannah L., 1975-1991.

12 613

Carter, James, undated.

12 614

Carter, Mr., 1946 July 17.

12 615

Carton, John Henry, 1932-1995, 1985.

12 616

Cartwright, Margit, 1966-1990.

12 617

Casadesus, Gaby, 1974.

12 618

Casadesus, Robert, 1941-1972.

12 619

Casalis-Thurneysen, Dorothée, 1977 June 25.

12 620

Casals, Pablo [Martita], 1951-1974.

12 621

Casey, Martha [John], 1943-1948, undated.

12 622

Cassell & Company, 1965.

12 623

Cassirer, Kurt [re: Paul Hamburger], 1941 February 28.

12 624

Castelnuovo-Tedesco, Mario, 1946 March 31.

12 625

Castle Hill Foundation [re: concert], 1957 May 8.

12 626

Castleman, Charles, 1979 November 21.

12 627

Castillo, Rafael del, 1987, undated.

12 628

Caston, Saul, undated.

12 629

Caswell, W. Herbert [re: cottage in the rocks], undated.

12 630

Catholic University. Music Department, 1976 March 30.

12 631

Catlin, Lewis, 1965 October 19.

12 631a

CBS Disques, 1967-1969.

12 632

CBS Entertainment (firm), 1981.

12 633

CBS Records (firm) [includes CBS Masterworks], 1955-1990.

12 634-639

CBS Schallplatten GmbH, 1969-1976.

12 640

CBS/Sony Group, Inc., 1969-1987, undated.

13 641

CBS-Sugar (Milan, Italy), 1973-1974.

13 642

CBS Television Network, 1981 November.

13 643

Celebrity Concerts (Canada), 1953 September 10.

13 644

Celender, Don, 1980.

13 645

Center for American Studies at Concord (Concord, Ma.), 1987.

13 646

Center for the Arts (Westerly, Ri.), 1975-1985.

13 647

Central Vermont Public Service Corporation, 1975-1981.

13 648

Centro Fantasias Domicales (Caracas, Venezuela), 1951 March 1.

13 649

Český hudební fond Praha, 1980-1987, undated.

13 650-652

C.F. Peters (firm), 1951-1974.

13 653

C. H. Dana Company (farm supplies), 1951 May 23.

13 654

Chadbourne, Marjorie, 1952 December 8.

13 655

Chadwick, Elbridge Gerry, 1950s.

13 656

Cha§kin, Nathan, 1940-1976.

13 657

Chajes, Julius, 1941-1967.

13 658

Chamber Music America, 1982-1991.

13 659

Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center, 1973-1988.

13 660

Chamber Orchestra of Europe [includes concert Itinerary 1985], 1982-1985.

13 661

Chance, Britton, 1983.

13 662

Chandler, John W. [Williams College, Ma.), 1973.

13 663

Channon, Michael [information request concerning Beethoven’s piano], undated.

13 664

Chapin, Schuyler, 1975-1991.

13 665

Chapman [Stoltzman], Lucy, 1973-1990.

13 666

Chappell, Jeffrey, 1980-1991.

13 667

Chardon, Alain, 1982.

13 668

Chardon, Yves, 1949 December 14.

13 669

Charry, Michael, 1984-1987.

13 670

Chase, Mrs., 1941 April 10.

13 671

Chase - Park Plaza Hotel (St. Louis, Mo.), 1981 June 15.

13 672

Chasins, Abram, 1945-1988.

13 673

Chautauqua (N.Y.), 1960.

13 674

Chávez, Carlos, 1899-1978, 1951 January 29.

13 675

Cheltenham Historical Commission, 1984.

13 676

Chemex Corporation, 1980.

13 677

Cherkassky, Shura, 1943 January 14.

13 678

Chester, Priscilla, 1984-1987.

13 679

Chewning, Broaddus, 1952 January 16.

13 680

Chicago Symphony Orchestra, 1978-1987.

13 681

Chicago's Bismarck Hotel, 1951.

13 682

Chick, Mrs., 1944 June 10.

13 683

Childs, Eleanor, 1942.

13 684

Chillida, Eduardo, 1924-2002, 1991 May 31.

13 685

Chinn, Genevieve, 1946-1950.

13 686

Chiu, P. P., 1962-1991.

13 687

Chodos, Gabriel [first page only], 1954 February 23.

13 688

Chotzinoff, Samuel, 1942-1963.

13 689

Christ, R. [Mr.], 1937 January 17.

13 690

Christ Church (Guilford, Vt.), 1968 July 29.

13 691

Christ Church (Philadelphia, Pa.), 1974-1975.

13 692

Christian Science Publishing Society, 1983-1986.

14 693

Christie, Audrey, 1935 February 1.

14 694

Christie, Manson & Woods International Inc., 1982-1984.

14 695

Chrysler Corporation, 1938 August 2.

14 696

Chuah, Thean Teng, 1965, undated.

14 697

Church of the Covenant (Cleveland, Ohio), 1975 March 21.

14 698

Church of the Holy Nativity (Richboro, Pa.), 1984.

14 699

Chute, Bill [and Nancy], 1951-1953.

14 700

Cincinnati Music Scholarship Association [Gloria Ackerman, founder-director], 1965.

14 701

Cincinnati Musical Festival Association, 1970.

14 702

Circulo de Cultura Musical (Lisbon, Portugal), 1940-1969.

14 703

Citibank, 1978-1990.

14 703a

Citizens Committee on Public Education in Philadelphia (Pa.) swap, 1982.

14 704

Citizens Committee for Immigration Reform (U.S.), undated.

14 705

Civic Concert Service (New York, N.Y.), 1942 June 1.

14 706

Civic Orchestra of Chicago, 1981-1990.

14 707

Clark, Hattie [Columbia Artists Management], 1973 May 14.

14 708

Clark, James [Minneapolis Symphony], 1973.

14 709

Clark University, 1973 January 22.

14 710

Clark-Brewer Teachers Agency, 1940 August 1.

14 711

Clarke, Ethel, 1973 March 15.

14 712

Clavier (Magazine), 1982.

14 713

Claycombe, Gordon, 1944-1974, undated.

14 714

Clayton F. Summy Company (Chicago, Ill.), 1952.

14 715

Clear, Thomas L., 1952 April 14.

14 716

Clemen, Wolfgang, 1983-1990.

14 717

Clemens, Cyril, 1977 August 21.

14 718

Clementi, Aldo, 1982 January 14.

14 719

Clerici, Paul, 1988-1989.

14 720

Cleveland Institute of Music, 1966-1991.

14 721

Cleveland Orchestra, 1959-1988.

14 722

Cleveland Quartet, 1974, undated.

14 723

Cliburn, Van, undated.

14 724

Close, Elizabeth, 1942-1983.

14 725

Clough, Evans, 1973-1991.

14 726

CMR Publishing, 1972.

14 727

Coates, Pat, 1981-1982.

14 728

Cocron, Mr. [re: award], 1979 September 19.

14 729

Coe Kerr Gallery [re: James Wyeth], 1974.

14 730

Cohen, Erica, 1991.

14 731

Cohen, Frank, 1974 January 6.

14 732

Cohen, Harriet, 1952-1956.

14 733

Colburn, Richard, 1975-1990.

14 734

Colby College [re: Icelandic Art], 1965.

14 735

Cole, Malva Roberts, undated.

14 736

Cole, Orlando, 1960-1984.

14 737

Cole, Red [re: RS's dog “Helga”], undated.

14 738

Colladay, Montgomery H., 1985.

14 739

College of Music of Cincinnati, 1945-1947.

14 740

College of William and Mary [College Woman’s Club], 1945 November 28.

14 741

Colorado Council on the Arts and Humanities, 1973.

14 742

Columbia Artists Management, Inc., 1948-1966.

14 743-747

Columbia Artists Management, Inc., 1966-1988.

15 748-752

Columbia Broadcasting System, inc. [includes CBS International, CBS Schallplatten], 1944-1974.

15 753

Columbia Concerts Corporation (Columbia Broadcasting System), 1941-1949.

15 754-758

Columbia Recording Corporation, 1941-1947.

15 759

Columbia Records, Inc., 1947-1978.

15 760-763

Columbia University, 1946-1983.

15 764

Comité Vladimir Feltsman, 1981 November 9.

15 765

Community Reform Temple, 1976 June 28.

15 766

Compagnie des Messageries Maritimes [re: Robert Serkin and the Fischers], 1939 February 28.

16 766a

Concert Artists Guild, 1986-1987.

16 767

Concert Association of Greater Miami, 1988.

16 768

Concert Management Arthur Judson, 1945-1946.

16 769

Concertdirectie Dr. G. De Koos, 1956-1975.

16 770

Concertgebouworkest, 1977.

16 771

Concerto Soloists of Philadelphia, 1966-1985.

16 772

Concerto Winderstein München, 1951-1990, undated.

16 773

Conciertos Daniel, 1952-1963.

16 774

Concord Academy (Concord, Mass.), 1981.

16 775

Concordia College (Fort Wayne, Ind.), 1953 January 26.

16 776

Concours Long Thibaud, 1966 March 25.

16 777

Conly, John M., 1959 June 12.

16 778

Connecticut River Watershed Council, 1971 March.

16 779

Conrad, Stephen A., 1981-1982.

16 780

Conservation Society of Southern Vermont, 1983-1984.

16 781

Conservatorium van Amsterdam (Amsterdam, Netherlands), 1982 May 6.

16 782

Contemporary Chamber Music Society of Philadelphia, 1960 July 1.

16 783

Contemporary Music Society, 1966.

16 784

Continental Bank of Canada [re: International Bach Competition], 1985 June 27.

16 785

Cook, Mariana Ruth, 1989 November 27.

16 786

Cooke, Charles, 1904-1977, 1942.

16 787

Cooke, M. Todd [and Peggy] [includes letter by RS about leaving Curtis], 1976-1991, undated.

16 788

Cooke, Peggy, 1976-1988, undated.

16 789

Cooke, Terry, 1976 November 14.

16 790

Coolidge, Elizabeth Sprague, 1864-1953, 1950-1952, undated.

16 791

Coolidge, John, 1963 December 23.

16 791a

Coomara, R. [Ronini?], 1954 February 12.

16 792

Cooper, Ada, 1952-1953.

16 793

Cooper, Allan [psychology grad student wanting to study creativity], undated.

16 794

Copland, Aaron [re: coming to Marlboro], 1959 June 30.

16 795

Corbett, Patricia, 1966 May 1.

16 796

Corbett, Ralph, 1966.

16 797

Corigliano, John, 1901-1975, 1966.

16 798

Corker, Eve [re: taping an interview with RS], 1974 March 22.

16 799

Cornell College (Mount Vernon, Iowa), 1953 April 23.

16 800

Cornell University, 1950-1974.

16 801

Corvan, Polly, 1951 April 6.

16 802

Cosman, Hanna K., 1948 March 10.

16 803

Coudenhove-Kalergi, Erika, 1945 November 11.

16 804

Coudenhove-Kalergi, Richard Nicolaus, Graf von,1894-1972 ["The Future of Europe and America" (unpublished speech) New York, October 9, 1942], 1942.

16 805

Council for Financial Aid to Education, 1981 April 21.

16 806

Council on Intercultural Relations, 1976 January 13.

16 807

Courant, Richard, 1888-1972, 1937-1952.

16 808

Cramer, Doortje [re: Hermann Grab], 1990 October 24.

16 809

Crandall Hollick, Julian, 1981-1982.

16 810

Creanza, Mr. [re: Testimonial dinner Dr. Rudolph Ganz], 1967 February 17.

16 811

Creative Arts Rehabilitation Center (New York, N.Y.), 1982-1983.

16 812

Crédit Suisse, 1943.

16 812a

Crena de Iongh, D., Mrs., 1951 November 4.

16 813

Crennen, Ms. [re: returning unused tickets to Montreal], 1943 December 26.

16 814

Creo Society [re: Honorary Committee Albert Schweitzer to honor Leonard Bernstein], 1985-1987.

16 815

Crochet, Evelyne, 1960-1991.

16 816

Croker, John H. [re: Fort Wayne Orchestra], 1973 May 23.

16 817

Crone, Tan, 1959-1991.

16 818

Crosman, Anne Snowden, 1990 July 9.

16 819

Crowder, Louis, 1961 March 2.

16 820

Crowe, William R., 1945-1985.

16 821

Crowell, Robert L., 1979.

16 822

Crzellitzer, Franz, 1905-1979, 1953-1965.

16 823

Cueto Call, Luis [enclosure: Pablo Casals, "A Message To Youth"], undated.

16 824

Cunard White Star, ltd., 1937 March 19.

16 825

Currier, Marilyn Kind [re: enclosure (piano compositions) missing], 1965 September 22.

16 826

Curtis, Edgar, 1936-1991, undated.

16 827

Curtis, William A. [Alexander], 1876-1961, 1942 June 23.

16 828

Cushing, Edward [re: Eugenie Schwarzwald], 1939-1949, undated.

16 829

Cushing, Mary, 1960-1974.

16 830

Cushman, Russell, 1946.

17 831

Cuvelier, Marcel, 1952.

17 832

Cygnus Media Associates [re: documentary about Sophie Feuermann], 1990.

17 833

Czechoslovak Society of Arts and Sciences in America, 1976.

17 834

Da Capo Press, 1974-1983.

17 835

Dagnini, Alena [or Daguini?], 1950 May 15.

17 836

Dahlerup, Alma [sister of Karin Michaelis; includes photograph of Trude Fleischmann], 1936-1964.

17 837

Dahlerup, Ida Gro, 1991 May 14.

17 838

Dahlgren Arts Management [re: Recommendation for Seymour], 1977 April 19.

17 839

Dakyns, Frances, 1931-1954, undated.

17 840

D’Albert, François, 1974-1975, undated.

17 841

Dalrymple, Jean [re: oral history], 1972.

17 842

Dalton Schools (New York, N.Y.), 1949 October 12.

17 843

Damrosch, Walter, 1940.

17 844

Dana School of Music, 1966.

17 845

Dana, Eva Maria [writer], 1973 September 4.

17 846

Daniel, Mr., 1941 October 4.

17 847

Daniel, Oliver [author, wrote about Stokowski, Mitropoulus], 1984-1985.

17 848

Danziger, Susie [re: move to NY, affidavits], 1940-1945.

17 849

Darsa (Direction Artistique Lausanne) [see also: Rainer, Michael], 1986-1988.

17 850

Das, Janice [includes photographs of RS with Colin Carr and a violinist], 1979-1990.

17 851

Dave Music, undated.

17 852

David, Fields & Co., 1949-1952.

17 852a

Davis, Andrew, 1984.

17 853

Davis, Colin, 1974 May 16.

17 854

Davis, John Clifton, 1973 November 20.

17 855

Davis, Richard, 1984-1985.

17 856

Davis, Richard S., 1953-1976.

17 857

De Boor, Matilda, 1979-1991.

17 858

De Bros, Esther, 1973 September 6.

17 859

De Filippi, Ednice, 1958 August 5.

17 860

De Grab, Leo, 1949, undated.

17 861

De Lancie, John, 1960 August 7.

17 862

De Laval Separator Company, 1950-1951.

17 863

De Saram, Druvi, 1965-1974.

17 864

De Schauensee, Max, 1974-1976.

17 865

De Vecchi, Margherita, 1942-1953.

17 866

Debski, Henryk, 1987 April 14.

17 867

Degas, Edgar, 1953 March 28.

17 868

Dehavenon, Anna Lou, 1961-1979.

17 869

Diechmann, Dickie, 1958-1978.

17 870

Diechmann, Hans [includes photograph of RS], 1978-1990.

17 871

Diechmann, Thomas, 1965.

17 872

Deike Verlag, 1982 December 29.

17 873

Delbruck, Max, 1944-1946.

17 874

Delevoryas, John, 1960-1961.

17 875

Delicatage Antiques, 1948 June 5.

17 876

Demare, Anne-Marie, 1989-1991.

17 877

Dembowski, Hermann, 1975 May 26.

17 878

Deneke, Margaret, 1941-1967, undated.

17 879

Dennis, Rodney G., 1976 June 23.

17 880

Denny Watrous Management, 1953 January 14.

17 881

Denver, John, 1979 March 5.

17 882

Denver Symphony Orchestra, 1951 November 29.

17 883

Des Moines Civic Music Association, 1942.

17 884

Desrosiers, Marguerite, 1943 June 4.

17 885

Detroit Oratorio Society, 1945 May 24.

17 886

Detroit Symphony Orchestra, 1981 January 30.

17 887

Deutsche Grammophon (firm), 1965-1991.

17

18

888

889-893

Deutsche Staatsbibliothek. Musikabteilung [envelope only], 1985 April 10.

18 894

Deutscher Liederkranz der Stadt New York, 1975 January 2.

18 895

Deutsches Konsulat Genf, 1945 September 31.

18 896

Dexter, Benning, 1960 July 14.

18 897

Diamond, David, 1949-1991.

18 898

Diamond, Luna, 1973-1980, undated.

18 899

Dickinson, June, 1980-1982.

18 900

Dickstein, Diana, 1963-1991.

18 901

Diedrichs, Helene, 1941-1942.

18 902

Dieter, Guido, 1985.

18 903

Dieter, Mr., 1941 October 17.

18 904

Dietrich, Felix, 1983-1988.

18 905

Dimitri Mitropoulos International Music Competition, 1961-1966.

18 906

Dmitri Mitropoulos Scholarship Fund, 1979.

18 906a

Dines, Sarita [and Burton; re: Benita Valente], 1963 February 3.

18 907

Dispeker, Thea [artist’s representative/concert management; also NY Treasury], 1951-1953.

18 908

Dix, Mr. [re: manuscripts exhibition], 1967 January 31.

18 909

Dixon, Vernon, 1973 December 8.

18 910

Doane, James C., 1973 December 2.

18 911

Dobie, L. B., Mrs. [re: concert program played in Newark, NJ, December 1939], 1939-1940.

18 912

Doblin, Rudolph [Niagara Falls Symphony Orchestra, re: Allison Nelson], 1946 July 18.

18 913

Dobrin, David N. [appreciation letter], 1986 November 23.

18 914

Dohnányi, Christoph von, 1984-1986.

18 915

Dohrn, Klaus, 1905-, 1967 June 30.

18 916

Dohrn, Peter, 1957 August 20.

18 917

Doktor, Karl, 1885-1949, 1941.

18 918

Doktor, Paul, 1953-1983.

18 919

Dolan, Marian [re: Brahms manuscript of op. 26], 1979.

18 920

Don, Anna, 1973 October 29.

18 921

Donat, Misha [one letterhead BBC], 1973-1979.

18 922

Donath, Anni, 1978-1991.

18 923

Donatin, Leopold [1914, RS’s teacher], 1914 July 13.

18 924

Donoghue, John D. [Vermont State Colleges], 1967 September 8.

18 925

Donovan, Richard, 1956 October 19.

18 926

Dony, Françoise, 1940 November 6.

18 927

Dopheide, Bernhard [Universität-Gesamthochschule Paderborn], 1979.

18 928

Doppmann, William, 1957-1959, undated.

18 929

Dorfman, Anja, 1953, undated.

18 930

Dorian, Frederick, 1902-1991 [contains "Reger's Historic Stature" notes to RS recording], 1942-1990, undated.

18 931

Dreyfys, Edwin, Mrs., 1944 June 10.

18 932

Dreyfus, Vera, 1949, undated.

18 933

Dreyfuss, Lily, 1937 January 27.

18 934

Dreymüller, Materno [re: composition/transcription], 1940.

18 935

Driver, Clive E. [see also: Rosenbach Museum & Library], 1976 May 18.

18 936

Drucker, Adolph B., 1951 January 6.

18 937

Drucker, Ernst, 1919-, 1991 May 28.

18 938

Drucker, Peter, circa 1930s.

18 939

Druey, Elisabeth, 1991 June 14.

18 940

Druian, Rafael [appreciation letter], 1973-1974.

18 941

Dubal, David [re: WNCN; enclosue: March 1983 RS program on WNCN], 1983.

18 942

Ducloux, Walter, 1982 March 5.

18 943

Duguay, Martine, 1941-1953, undated.

18 944

Duhme-Hildebrand, Brigitta, 1954-, 1986 October 28.

18 945

Dukas, Helen, 1971 April 25.

18 946

Duke University. Deptartment of Music [re: Yoko Nozaki, Seth Carlin], 1966-1986.

18 947

Duluth-Superior Symphony Orchestra, 1976.

18 948

Dumbarton Oaks, 1979.

19 949

Dumm Robert [re: interview], 1977-1981, undated.

19 950

Dummerston Film Group, 1953 March 31.

19 951

Dunham, James, 1982 September 14.

19 952

Dupuis-Leman, Josette, 1919-, 1942-1991, undated.

19 953

Dutoit, Charles, 1986-1991.

19 954

Dwyer, Doriot Anthony, 1967-1991, undated.

19 955

Dwyer John [piano tuner], undated.

19 956

Dyer-Bennet, Richard, 1966 May 4.

19 957

Dyment, Christopher [re: book about Weingartner], 1973 April 17.

19 958

E. Gübelin Inc. [watchmaker], 1942.

19 959

Eames, Charles, undated.

19 960

Earnest, Chris, 1991.

19 961

Eastern Echo, 1957 December 28.

19 962

Eastern Educational Network, 1967.

19 963

Eastman School of Music [signed mostly by Robert Freeman], 1973-1991.

19 964

Eaton, Roy, 1930-, 1988.

19 965

Eban, Eli, 1982-1991.

19 966

Ebert, Carl, 1887-1980, 1952 June 18.

19 967

Ecole Champlain, 1952 January 23.

19 968

Edelstein, Heinz, 1948 June 11.

19 969

Edelstein, Stefán, 1984 September 4.

19 970

Edelstein, Wolfgang, 1929-, 1967.

19 971

Edgar M. Leventritt Foundation [signed by Rosalie Leventritt Berner], 1940-1974.

19 972

Edinburgh International Festival, 1970-1971.

19 973

Edition Wilhelm Hansen, 1980-1987.

19 974

Edizioni Suivini Zerboni, undated.

19 975

Eduard von Beinum Foundation, 1967-1973.

19 976

Educational Broadcasting Associates, 1974-1975.

19 977

Edward B. Marks Music Co., 1944.

19 978

Edward MacDowell Association, 1966 April 21.

19 979

Edward Steuermann Memorial Society, 1965-1966.

19 980

Edwards, Carolyn [re: Wantastiquet], undated.

19 981

Edwards, John S. [Schnell], 1912-1984, 1982-1984.

19 982

Effron, David, 1991 May 24.

19 983

Ege, Gunes N., 1971-1991.

19 984

Eger, Joseph, 1925-, 1974 March 15.

19 985

Eggleston, Anne, 1934-1994 [re: enclosure (piano quartet) missing], 1960 July 25.

19 986

Egli, Johanna, 1896-1973 [appreciation letter], 1959.

19 987

Ehlers, Alice, 1887-1981, 1940-1959, undated.

19 988

Ehre, Ida, 1900-1989, undated.

19 989

Ehrlich, Henry M. [re: enclosures: (book, and reviews about Peter) missing], 1944-1967.

19 990

Ehrlich, Jean [re: enclosure (Scheinfeld’s book “You and Heredity”) missing], 1944 May 10.

19 991

Eikmeier, Brunhilde [re: questions about cadenzas, Detmold], 1962 June 11.

19 992

Einstein, Alfred, 1880-1952 [includes obituary], 1940-1952.

19 993

Einstein, Margot, 1952-1981.

19 994

Eiseman, Albert, Mrs., 1940-1942.

19 995

Eisenberg, Amos [flutist, looking for employment], 1961.

19 996

Eisenberg, Paula [writes on Newsletter, Violoncello Society 1974], 1974.

19 997

Eisler, Edwin, 1983 December.

19 998

Ekberg, Oscar, 1974 May 16.

19 999

El Cortez Hotel (San Diego, Ca.), 1950 January 14.

19 1000

Elbogen, Julia, 1967-1978.

19 1001

Elcano Tours Inc. [hotel receipt], 1952-1953.

19 1002

Elder, Dean, 1985-1986, undated.

19 1003

Eldjárn, Kristján, 1976 December 15.

19 1003a

Eldjárn, Halldóra, 1972 December 7.

19 1004

Eleanor Roosevelt Humanities Award Committee, 1966.

19 1005

Elias, Harold J., 1966 December 30.

19 1006

Elinson, Iso, 1907-1964, 1940-1963.

19 1007

Elkus, Leonore R., 1950-1978.

19 1008

Elisabeth, Queen, consort of Albert I, King of the Belgians, 1876-1965, 1959-1963.

19 1009

Ellery, William, Mrs., 1944 March 17.

19 1010

Ellison-White Conservatory of Music [signed by Ariel Rubstein, director], 1940.

19 1011

Elman, Mischa, 1891-1967, 1940-1943.

19 1012

Elvers, Rudolf, 1924- [Staatsbibliothek Preussischer Kulturbesitz, Musikabteilung], 1984.

19 1013

Elwell, Herbert, 1898-1974 [re: enclosure (compositions) missing], undated.

19 1014

Ely, Gertrude, 1950-1957.

19 1015

Emergency Shelter (New York, N.Y.), 1950 December 12.

19 1016

Emerich, Paul, 1895-1977 [re: enclosure (composition) missing], 1954 August 4.

19 1017

Emery Customs Brokers, undated.

19 1018

EMI (firm), 1976-1989.

19 1019

Empire Trust Company, 1960.

19 1019a

Endres-Kountz, Emma, 1960.

19 1020

Engel [?] [re: immigration, Oswald Fischer, etc.], circa 1930s.

20 1021

Engles, 1937.

20 1022

English Chamber Orchestra, undated.

20 1023

Engström, Torolf [postcard of Casals statue], undated.

20 1024

Epstein, David, 1930-2002, 1980-1983.

20 1025

Epstein, Lonny, 1885-1965, 1950-1960.

20 1026

Epstein, Otto, 1975.

20 1027

Epstein, Viktor [re: former piano teacher Taussig], 1952 September 21.

20 1028

Erben, Dietrich, 1988.

20 1029

Erize, Francisco, 1966-1967.

20 1030

Ernest Bloch Society, 1966-1973.

20 1031

Ernest E. Gottlieb Musical Literature, 1950 March 10.

20 1032

Ernst von Siemens Stiftung, 1977-1988, undated.

20 1033

Ertel, K. F. [Kurt Friedrich], 1948 March 3.

20 1034

Eschenbach, Christoph, undated.

20 1035

Ettinghause, Mr., 1940 September 30.

20 1036

Ettinghausen, Thomas [appreciation letter], 1972 June 5.

20 1037

Etude [music magazine], 1940-1951.

20 1038

Euramerica Translations, 1984 June 26.

20 1039

European Association of Music Festivals [signed by Henri Lazare], 1973.

20 1040

European Community Youth Orchestra, 1979.

20 1041

Evans, Barbara, singer [card co-signed by Deane Derocher, Jack Forcier, Arruth Groome], 1991.

20 1042

Evans, Joan, 1945- [re: Hans Rosbaud], 1987.

20 1043

The Experiment in International Living, 1969 November 26.

20 1043a

Ezerman, Willem [re: Elsa Hilger], 1973.

20 1044

F. Busoni International Piano Competition, 1966.

20 1045

Faber, Marion, 2000-2001.

20 1046

Fahnestock, Karol [re: enclosure (compositions) missing], 1960, circa 1960s.

20 1047

Fahrländer, Max, 1939-1978, undated.

20 1048

Faini, Maria Luisa, 1953-1960.

20 1049

Fairbrass, A. G., 1977.

20 1049a

Fairbrook, Alvin J., 1951 June 4.

20 1050

Fairbrook, George, 1951 January 22.

20 1051

Fairbrook, Lottie, 1966-1991.

20 1052

Falcone Piano Company, 1985-1986.

20 1053

Falk, Esther, 1988 September 22.

20 1054

Falkenberg, Elisabeth [re: Memories of Simonsche Abonnementkonzerte, Stettin], 1972 June 4.

20 1055

Farm Book Store, undated.

20 1056

Fass, Philip N. ["Who’s Who in Vermont"], 1990 December 31.

20 1057

Faxdahl, Hans [fan who sends copies of notes by Bernstein, Ronald Reagan, Margot Fonteyn, Robert Frod, Howard Hanson, Arturo Toscanini, Johnny Hart], 1968 February 21.

20 1058

Fayko, Paul, undated.

20 1059

Federal Milk Market Administrator, 1971 May 21.

20 1059a

Federation of Jewish Charities in Brooklyn, 1941 November 8.

20 1060

Fedouch, Rosalie, 1991 August 15.

20 1061

Feer, Mr., 1940 October 27.

20 1062

Fehl, Trude [enclosure (letter of Anka Landau) missing], 1940.

20 1063

Feiga, Mr., 1941 October 10.

20 1064

Feigen, Albert, 1982 April 26.

20 1065

Feist, Leonard, 1910-1996, 1943 July 7.

20 1066

Feninger, Mario, 1973, undated.

20 1067

Fennimore, Arthur Charles, 1955-1984.

20 1068

Ferand, Ernst Thomas, 1887-1972, 1940.

20 1069

Ferruccio Busoni Society (New York, N.Y.), 1966-1981.

20 1070

Ferry, Ronald, 1956-1959.

20 1071

Ferry, Virginia, 1967-1982, undated.

20 1072

Festival Casals, 1957-1976.

20 1073

Festival de Prades, 1966-1974.

20 1074

Festival d’Israel, 1969-1974.

20 1075

Festival Internacional Cervantino, 1980.

20 1076

Festival of India in the United States (1985-1986), 1985.

20 1077

Feuchtwanger, Peter, 1975.

20 1078

Feuermann, Eva, 1952-1991.

20 1079

Feuermann Society, 1982.

20 1080

Feuermann, Sophie, 1940-1977.

20 1081

Fico, Anthony [enclosure (compositions) missing], 1990.

20 1082

Fidelity Bank, 1974 January 24.

20 1082a

Field, Barbara E. [director of Third Street Music School], 1990, undated.

20 1083

Field, Charles K. [Kellogg], 1873-1948, 1946 February 24.

21 1084

Field, Miriam, 1973, undated.

21 1085

Field, Sampson R., 1960-1990, undated.

21 1086

Fields, James, 1967-1984.

21 1087

Fields, Fischgrund, & Aerenson, 1963-1976.

21 1087a

Filarmonica de Stat George Enescu, undated.

21 1088

Finckelstein, Charlotte von, 1978, undated.

21 1089

Fink, Henry K., 1941-1942.

21 1090

Fink, Myron [S.], 1975 April 9.

21 1091

Finland. Suurlähetystö (U.S.), 1966 January 27.

21 1092

Firkušní, Rudolf, 1912-1994, 1983-1991.

21 1093

First Vermont Bank, 1977-1989.

21 1093a

Fisch, Joseph, 1947.

21 1094

Fischbach, John A. [enclosure (compositions) missing], 1952 June 26.

21 1095

Fischer, Gilbert, 1917- [enclosure (compositions) missing], 1952-1955.

21 1096

Fischer, H. R. [Heini], 1966-1972, undated.

21 1097

Fischoff, Joseph E., 1952-1980.

21 1098

Fisher, Avery R., 1987-1988.

21 1099

Fisher, Dorothy Canfield, 1879-1958, 1952-1957.

21 1100

Fitts, Barbara [and Bill], undated.

21 1101

Fitzpatrick, Eleanor [Peter Serkin’s tutor], 1961-1963.

21 1102

Fitzpatrick, Horace, 1958, undated.

21 1103

Fixler, Mary Lynn, 1974-1991.

21 1104

Flagg, Gale, 1980.

21 1105

Flaksman, Michael, 1983-1984.

21 1106

Flanagan, Michael P. [re: piano playing technique], 1984.

21 1107

Fleischmann, Ernest [letterhead Los Angeles Philharmonic], 1976-1978.

21 1108

Fleischmann, Hugo R. [re: affidavit, asking for support], 1939.

21 1109

Fleisher, Leon, 1966-1973, undated.

21 1110

Flettrich, Leonard T., Mrs., undated.

21 1111

Floersheim-Koch, Maria, 1938-1955.

21 1112

Florence (Italy). Report of Flood Damages, 1966.

21 1113

Florida West Coast Symphony, 1966-1983.

21 1114

Flowers by Philip, 1974 July 10.

21 1115

Flowers, Christopher [re: repeats in Beethoven], 1973.

21 1116

Fnac, 1983.

21 1117

Fogg Art Museum, 1964-1966.

21 1118

Foldes, Andor, 1913-1992, 1980-1982.

21 1119

Foley, Madeline, 1954-1991.

21 1120

Foley, Verne R., 1953-1957.

21 1121

Fondation internationale Nadia et Lili Boulanger, 1983-1988.

21 1122

Fonit-Cetra, 1980-1981.

21 1123

Fontana Records, 1960.

21 1124

Forberg, Kurt, 1959-1978, undated.

21 1125

Ford Foundation, 1958-1966.

21 1126

Forecast FM [magazine], 1974.

21 1127

Forest Care (Putney, Vt.), 1988-1989.

21 1128

Forester, Hanni, 1981-1989, undated.

21 1129

Forester, John, 1984 June 27.

21 1130

Forman Piano Service, 1974 January 20.

21 1131

Forsdyke, Dea, 1976, undated.

21 1132

Forsland, Rolf Bruce, 1973-1987.

21 1133

Fort Wayne Philharmonic Orchestra, 1978 March 30.

21 1134

Fortas, Abe, 1966-1983.

21 1135

Fortas, Carolyn, 1982 April 30.

21 1136

Forum [magazine], 1974-1978.

21 1137

Forum international de la musique, 1980.

21 1138

Foss, Lukas, 1922-2009, 1941-1991.

21 1139

Foster, Sidney, 1974.

21 1140

Foster Parents Plan International, 1971-1982.

21 1141

Foster Parents Plan International, 1971-1982.

22 1142-1143

Foundation for Advanced Education in the Sciences (Bethesda, Md.), 1973-1975.

22 1144

Foundation Gaudeamus (Amsterdam, Netherlands), 1974.

22 1145

Fox, Charles, 1940-, 1958 December 24.

22 1146

Fox, Felix, 1876-1947, 1942.

22 1147

Fox, Geraldine Dietz, 1980-1982.

22 1148

Fox, Gerry, 1980.

22 1149

Fox, Mary V., undated.

22 1150

Frager, Malcolm [see also: Golschmann, Vladimir], 1956-1987.

22 1151

France. MinistPre des affaires culturelles, 1965.

22 1152

France musique [Radio network], 1982-1983.

22 1153

Francescatti, Zino, 1902-1991, undated.

22 1154

Frank, Claude, 1925-, 1973-1990, undated.

22 1155

Frank, Karl B. [and Anna], 1943-1958.

22 1156

Frank Music Company (New York, N.Y.), 1986-1987.

22 1157

Frank, Pamela, 1976-1990, undated.

22 1158

Frank, Sherman, 1942-1948, undated.

22 1159

Frankfurter Museumsgesellschaft, 1965-1975.

22 1160

Franklin Concerts, 1967.

22 1161

Franklin D. Roosevelt Birthday Memorial Committee, 1953 September 14.

22 1162

Franz Manufacturing Company [metronomes], 1983.

22 1163

Freccia, Massimo, 1985-1986.

22 1164

Frederic Chopin International Competition, 1977 February 8.

22 1165

Frederick Block Committee, 1946.

22 1166

Free Austrian Movement (New York, N.Y.), 1942 March 25.

22 1167

Free Library of Philadelphia, 1961 April 25.

22 1168

Freedom House (U.S.), 1946.

22 1169

Freeman, Everett & Co [re: Vermont property], 1978 May 31.

22 1170

Freeman, Pearl, undated.

22 1171

Freeman, Robert [see also: Eastman School of Music], 1957-1987.

22 1172

Freger, Malcolm, 1986 June 4.

22 1173

Frei, Manfred, 1987.

22 1174

French, Thomas, 1978.

22 1174a

French, Ward, 1945-1947.

22 1175

Freudenberg, Lilli [Kammermusikverein], 1973.

22 1176

Freudenthal, David M., 1974.

22 1177

Freund, J. Hellmut, 1966-1991.

22 1178

Freunde des Schweizer Kinderdorfes “Kiriath Yearim” in Israel, 1957 May 29.

22 1179

Freundlich, Irwin, 1973 January 1.

22 1180

Frick Art Museum (Pittsburgh, Pa.), 1973.

22 1181

Friday Morning Music Club (Washington, D.C.), 1957 July 6.

22 1182

Fried, Norbert [re: Karr-Bertoli], 1975 January 24.

22 1183

Friedberg, Carl, 1872-1955, 1946, undated.

22 1184

Friederich, Bruno, b. 1889, 1955-1958.

22 1185

Friedrich, Carl and Leeane, undated.

22 1185a

Friedgut, Harry [see also: Griffith Music Foundation], 1943 June 9.

22 1186

Friedlander, Henry, 1930- [re: Felix Witzinger], 1944 July 19.

22 1187

Friedman, Robert, 1974.

22 1188

Friends of Music at Guilford [signed by Ralph Chapman], 1989.

22 1189

Friends of the Free Library of Philadelphia, 1975.

22 1190

Friends of the LBJ Library, 1980 January 10.

22 1191

Friends Select School (Philadelphia, Pa.), 1966, undated.

22 1192

Fritz Reiner Society, 1981-1988.

22 1193

Frohnmayer, Ellen Phillips, 1985-1986.

22 1194

Fromm Music Foundation, 1959-1961.

22 1195

Fromm, Paul, 1906-1987, 1974.

22 1196

Frost, Beth, 1974-1980.

22 1197

Frost, David, 1974-1985.

22 1198

Frost, Katharine, 1952, undated.

22 1199

Frost, Lynne [and Tom], 1991.

22 1200

Frost, Thomas [“Tom”; see also: Columbia Records], 1965-1982, undated.

22 1201

Frost, Winnie, undated.

22 1202

Fry, Mr., 1953 March 23.

22 1203

Fryer, Katharine Homer, 1907-, undated.

22 1204

Fuchs, Herbert, 1918-, 1984-1986, undated.

23 1205

Fuchs, Hilda, undated.

23 1206

Fuhrman, Sylvia, 1972, undated.

23 1207

Fujita, Seiichi, 1945 [includes photograph of RS], 1984 June 9.

23 1208

Fuld, James J., 1916-2008, 1974.

23 1209

Fuller, Charles, 1941.

23 1210

Fulper-Smith, Marilyn [re: interview], 1982.

23 1211

Fulton Paint Co., 1951 April 2.

23 1212

Fundació Pau Casals, 1976-1984.

23 1213

Funk, John Henry, 1963 September 7.

23 1214

Furman, Arlie, 1974.

23 1215

Furno, André, 1974-1990.

23 1216

Furst, Natascha Maria, 1965 July 12.

23 1217

Furth, Christa, 1953-1957.

23 1218

Furth, Ernst, 1941.

23 1219

Furtmüller, Aline, 1941.

23 1220

Futter, Julian [re: Sigmund Feuermann], 1986-1987.

23 1221

G. Henle Verlag [see also: Herttrich, Ernst; Henle, Günter], 1983-1989.

23 1222

G. Schirmer, Inc., 1946-1947.

23 1223

Gabis, Shirley, undated.

23 1224

Gähwiller, Silvia, 1909- [re: memories of rehearsals with Adolf Busch], undated.

23 1225

Gahwyler, Max, 1923-, 1940, undated.

23 1226

Gaisberg, Frederick William, 1942 July 2.

23 1227

Gaither-Graves, Mareda, 1967.

23 1228

Gaja, Roberto, 1975-1977.

23 1229

Gál, Hans, 1890-1987, 1927-1987.

23 1230

Galamian, Ivan [includes correspondence between Galamian and Efrem Zimbalist], 1952-1978, undated.

23 1231

Galante, Jane Hohfeld, 1945-1991.

23 1232

Galbraith, John Kenneth, 1908-2006, undated.

23 1233

Galimir, Felix, 1955-1974, undated.

23 1234

Galimir, Suzanne, 1975-1990, undated.

23 1235

Gallemand, Jean, 1952 August 11.

23 1236

Gallman, Norman [contains text "A Blackout to Remember" account of RS concert], 1980-1982.

23 1237

Gallois-Montbrun, Raymond, 1975.

23 1238

Galsworthy, Jocelyn, 1979.

23 1239

Gandhi Peace Foundation (New Delhi, India), 1991.

23 1240

Ganning, London, circa 1982.

23 1241

Gannon, Theodore, 1963 December 8.

23 1242

Ganz, Esther, 1978 March 29.

23 1243

Ganz, Rudolph, 1877-1972, 1942-1943.

23 1244

Ganzoni-Biderman, Paul, 1973.

23 1245

Garcia Galindo, Eduardo, 1953 March 13.

23 1246

García Renart, Marta, 1960 July 16.

23 1247

Garden State Philharmonic Symphony Society, 1974.

23 1248

Gardner, Gertrude, 1944 July 18.

23 1249

Garland Publishing, Inc., 1982.

23 1250

Garofalo, Marcello, 1981-1983.

23 1251

Garrigan, Geraldine, 1943.

23 1252

Gates Insurance Agency (Brattleboro, Vt.), 1973, undated.

23 1253

Gauss, Christian Frederick, 1878-1951, 1944 November 10.

23 1254

Gavoty, Bernard, 1967.

23 1255

Gawriloff, Renate [re: Saschko Gawriloff, Lucas Lichtenhan], 1987-1988.

23 1256

Gaylord (firm), 1967.

23 1257

Geer, Ben, 1990 March 25.

23 1258

Geier, Agathe, 1975 February 20.

23 1259

Geiringer, Karl, 1899-1989 [includes card by Mrs. Geiringer], 1940-1990.

23 1260

Geiser, Jürg, 1973 March 25.

23 1261

Geistige Nothilfe Königsfeld, 1983.

23 1262

Gelber, Felix, 1944-1950.

23 1263

Gelehrter, Mr., 1942.

23 1264

Gellhorn, Alfred [and Olga Gellhorn], 1971-1991.

23 1265

Gellrich, Gerhard [re: pitch and tempo of Busch quartets], 1988.

23 1266

Gelzer, David G., 1990 August 31.

23 1267

Gelzer, Justus, 1967.

23 1268

Gendreau, Gertrude, 1950.

23 1269

General Microfilm Company, 1984.

23 1270

Genhart, Cecile Staub, 1952, undated.

23 1271

Genzmer, Harald, 1909-2007, 1974 May.

23 1272

George C. Shaw Company [includes photographs of Corriedales sheep], 1952 November 21.

23 1273

George P. Chick & Son [real estate], 1941-1944.

23 1274

Georgetown University, 1966 September 23.

23 1275

Gerassi, Stepha, 1956-1988, undated.

23 1276

Gerdes, Wanda, 1958 May 24.

23 1277

Germany. Generalkonsulat (New York, N.Y.), 1974.

23 1278

Gerrish, Louis [piano tuner seeking work], 1956.

23 1279

Gersten, Raoul [re: Franz Rupp], 1974.

23 1280

Gerstley, Henry, undated.

23 1281

Gessler, Elisabeth [includes photograph of Paul Gessler], 1981-1991.

23 1282

Gessler, Luzius, 1933-, 1953 January 30.

23 1283

Gessler, Paul, 1935-1973.

24 1284

Getz, Elisabeth, undated.

24 1285

Gewehr, Frances C., 1976 January 9.

24 1286

Gidwitz, John, 1977-1984.

24 1287

Gieseler, Phyllis, 1991 May 11.

24 1288

Giesen, Hubert, 1898-1980, 1965, 1972.

24 1289

Giglietti, Tony, undated.

24 1290

Gill, Mr. [re: apartment repairs in NY], 1944 April 8.

24 1291

Gingold, Josef, 1981-1991.

24 1292

Giovine Orchestra Genovese, 1978.

24 1293

Girth, Peter [re: Berliner Philharmoniker], 1984.

24 1294

Giulini, Carlo Maria, 1976.

24 1295

Giuranna, Bruno [see also: Marlboro], 1973, 1990.

24 1296

Glashaus Filmproduktion, 1990.

24 1297

Globe-Mann Furniture Company [re: maid], 1941 November 8.

24 1298

Globe Newspaper Co., 1966-1981.

24 1299

Gloggnitzer, Johann [re: memories from Schwarzwaldschule], 1985 December 15.

24 1300

Gloor, Peter [re: Auktionskatalog von Hirsch], 1978 June 14.

24 1301

Gluskinos, Ruth [re: Address Meyrowitz], 1939 June 22.

24 1302

Goes, Albrecht, 1908-2000 [includes photocopy of biography, letter to Irene 1996], 1975-1996.

24 1303-1306

Goette, Maria, 1966, undated.

24 1307

Goetz-Laurson, Detlef, 1945-, 1981 April 16.

24 1308

Goguel, Kurt, 1975 January 21.

24 1309

Göhler, Georg, 1874-1954, circa 1940s.

24 1310

Göhre, Hans [re: Andreas Bach; Concerto Winderstein], 1986.

24 1311

Golabek, Mona, 1983.

24 1312

Goldberg, Hermann [“Wir Juden auf dem Gebiete der Kunst"], circa 1940s.

24 1313

Goldblatt Bros., Inc., undated.

24 1314

Golden, Bernard [re: enclosure (carricature of RS) missing], 1948 July 13.

24 1315

Golden, Samuel, 1951 March 31.

24 1316

Golden Slipper Square Club (Philadelphia, Pa.), 1974-1975.

24 1317

Goldenberg, Susan [re: book on Steinway], 1987.

24 1318

Goldin, Grete, undated.

24 1319

Goldin, Mark [includes letter of recommendation for "Marco Goldin"], 1948, undated.

24 1320

Goldin, Mr., 1967 January 31.

24 1321

Goldmark, Carl, 1830-1915 [to Albert Kornfeld], 1913.

24 1322

Goldsand, Robert, 1911-1991, 1943.

24 1323

Goldschmidt, Nicholas, 1908- [see also: International Bach Piano Competition], 1982-1983.

24 1324

Goldstein, Nathan, violinist, 1960 August 22.

24 1325

Golschmann, Vladimir, 1983-1972 [re: Malcolm Frager], 1949 February 15.

24 1326

Golton, Yael Ashkenasi, 1991 July.

24 1327

Gombrich, Dea [includes letters to Adolf and Frieda Busch], 1941-1991.

24 1328

Gombrich, E. H. [Ernst Hans], 1909-2001 [includes condolence letter by Ilse Gombrich; program text "Focus on Arts and Humanities," letter to Irene, 1996], 1945-1996, undated.

24 1329-1330

Gombrich, Karl [includes letters to Adolf and Frieda Busch], 1937-1975, undated.

24 1331

Gombrich, Leonie, 1940-1963, undated.

24 1332

Gombrich, Lisbeth, 1936-1991, undated.

24 1333

Gonzaga, Otoniel, 1976 June 17.

24 1334

Goode, Richard, 1960-1991, undated.

25 1335

Goodhill, Victor, 1911- [ re: “Triumph over Silence” project; see also: University of California, Los Angeles], 1946-1984.

25 1336

Goodman, Benny, 1909-1986, undated.

25 1337

Goodman, Jean L., 1984 July 7.

25 1338

Goodman, Joseph, 1918- [re: trio], 1960 July 5.

25 1339

Gordon, Kevin [re: George Szell], 1984.

25 1340

Goritzki, Johannes, 1942-, 1984.

25 1341

Goth, Trudy, 1972-1973.

25 1342

Gottesmann, Hugo, 1952-1978, undated.

25 1343

Gottesmann, Lia, 1973-1975.

25 1344

Gottschalk, Nathan [Greenfield Orchestra; see also: Cartwright, Margit], 1988-1990.

25 1345

Governmental Affairs Institute (U.S.) [re: Dong-sung Kim, CV], 1966.

25 1346

Grab, Hermann, 1903-1949 [see also: Cramer, Doortje; Michelson, Henriette], 1938-1942, undated.

25 1347

Graf, Hans, 1928-1994 [re: Internationaler Beethoven Klavierwettbewerb], 1980.

25 1348

Graf, Liselotte, undated.

25 1349

Grafenauer, Irena, circa 1980s.

25 1350

Graff, Kurt [and Grace] [re: Summer Festival at Meadow-Hearth], 1951 April 1.

25 1351

Graham, John [and Linda], 1989-1991.

25 1352

Graham, Katharine, 1917-2001, 1966-1981, undated.

25 1353

Graham Weymouth, Elizabeth, 1987.

25 1354

Gramophone Company [some photocopies], 1933-1969.

25 1355

Gran, George, 1940-1944.

25 1356

Gratwick, Harriet L., 1973-1991, undated.

25 1357

Gratwick, Lucy, 1967 January 24.

25 1358

Grau, Gideon, 1954 February 20.

25 1359

Graudan, Joanna, 1942-1991, undated.

25 1360

Graven, Susan F., 1951 December 1.

25 1361

Grayson, Davd A. [condolence letter co-signed by Lydia Artymiw], 1973, 1991.

25 1362

Greece, Consul General [re: Gina Bachauer], 1967.

25 1363

Green, Barry, 1945- [re: “The Inner Game of Music”], 1984.

25 1364

Green, Elizabeth A. H., 1990 December 19.

25 1365

Green Mountain College [re: Michel Moyse], 1989 February 24.

25 1366

Green Mountain Printing, 1979-1980.

25 1367

Green, Paul S., 1917-, 1981.

25 1368

Greene, Esther, 1982.

25 1369

Greenfield, Elaine, 1975-1982.

25 1370

Greenhouse, Daniel, 1990 November 10.

25 1371

Greening, Harry B., 1945 November 30.

25 1372

Greenwich String Quartet, 1967.

25 1373

Greenwood, Neva Garner [re: Maud Powell], 1979 February 18.

25 1374

Greiff, Otto de, 1903- [re: obituary of Adolf Busch, includes clipping], 1953 February 19.

25 1375

Greinle, Felix, undated.

25 1376

Grenier, Hélène, 1944-1945.

25 1377

Grenville Clark Institute for World Law, 1968 April 1.

25 1378

GrPs, Alix, 1903-1993 [re: Gala for Musicians Emergency Fund, invitation], 1979.

25 1379

Gretzmacher, T. R. [piano repair], 1961 May 25.

25 1380

Greve. Charles J. [re: YM & WHA Music Society Series], 1973-1978.

25 1381

Griess, Petsy, 1966.

25 1382

Griffith Music Foundation [mostly signed by Harry Friedgut], 1941-1965, undated.

25 1383

Grishman, Alan [and Yee-Ha Chiu], 1983, undated.

25 1384

Gröndal, Haukur, 1976-1977.

25 1385

Grossi, Klara, 1941 April 12.

25 1386

Grossman, Andrew, 1973-1974.

25 1387

Grossmann, Kurt R. [Richard], 1897-1972, 1954 February 18.

25 1388

Grosz, Edith, 1982.

25 1389

Gruenberg, Joan Cominos [re: compositions by Louis Gruenberg], 1965-1966.

25 1390

Grueninger, Walter F., 1947-1981.

25 1391

Grünewald, Helge, 1983, undated.

25 1392

Grünfeld, Alfred, 1906-1922.

25 1393

Grüning, Michael [re: Albert Einstein and Adolf Busch “Sie müssen zählen lernen!”], 1989.

25 1394

Guaraldi-Hooper, Mafalda, 1975 May 15.

25 1395

Guerrero, Cassandra, 1984-1985.

25 1396

Guerrero, Marie, 1984-1988.

25 1397

Guggenheimer, Elinor C., 1912-2008, 1961 March 15.

25 1398

Gui, Vittorio, 1885-1975 [translation of a letter by him], circa 1960.

26 1399

Guibbory, Shem, 1990 May 30.

26 1400

Guide Dog Foundation, 1953 January 14.

26 1401

Guilford (Vt.) [re: value of land], 1952 April 23.

26 1402

Guilford Congregational Church (Guilford, Vt.), 1991.

26 1403

Guilford Environment [re: list of letters of protesters], undated.

26 1404

Guilford Historical Society, 1978-1991.

26 1405

Guilford Recreation Club, 1950 January 23.

26 1406

Guilford School, 1952.

26 1407

Guilford String Band, undated.

26 1408

Guiterman, Miyoko Yamane, undated.

26 1409

Gulbransson, Dagny Björnson, 1901-1988, 1978 April 4.

26 1410

Gulda, Paul, 1986-1991.

26 1411

Güldenstein, Gustav, 1888-1972, 1940-1959.

26 1412

Guo li Taiwan yi shu zhuan ke xue xiao [National Taiwan Academy of Arts], 1961 July 6.

26 1413

Gunnlaugur Scheving, undated.

26 1414

Gunther, William, 1957-1978.

26 1415

Gunzbourg, Paul [re: Jeannette Ysaye], 1942 April 21.

26 1416

Gunzburger, Lisbet, 1943 November 29.

26 1416a

Gurewich, Monika [re: affidavit, Gombrich], 1940-1943.

26 1417

Gustav Mahler Society of America, 1960 June 21.

26 1418

Gut, Loni [short postcard], undated.

26 1419

Gutbrot, Rolf, 1988-1991.

26 1420

Guth-Dreyfus, Katia, 1991 May 25.

26 1421

Guthmann-Peterson [publishing company] [re: Eugenie Schwarzwald, Hans Deichmann], 1988.

26 1422

Guzmán, Viviana, 1990-1991.

26 1423

Gwinn, Elizabeth, 1948 October 31.

26 1424

Gyring, Elizabeth, 1909-1970 [re: enclosure (sonata) missing], 1956 June 9.

26 1425

Haack, Mrs. [Mrs. Schulz Haack: includes letter from Alfred Einstein to Mrs. Haack], 1941-1967.

26 1426

Haag, John [professor of University of Georgia, re: publication about Austrian composers], 1982-1989.

26 1427

Haas, Elise, 1893-1990, undated.

26 1428

Haas, Karl, 1948-1986.

26 1429

Haas, Robert, 1956-1991.

26 1430

Haas-Pfister, Mrs., undated.

26 1431

Hackett, Gabriel D., 1977.

26 1432

Hadassah, the Women's Zionist Organization of America, 1972-1981, undated.

26 1433

Haddad, Sonya, 1974-1991.