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Brodsky Papers Benis, N. (fl.1910s-fl.1920s)
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Autograph postcard signed from N. Benis to Adolph and Anna Brodsky

Benis tells Brodsky that Herr Maaskoff has played with tremendous success in Vienna the previous day. Anton Maaskoff adds in English a few words of appreciation of Dr Dlabac and Mr Benis. Dlabac and Rudolf Schneider also sign the card. The card...

Benis, N. (fl.1910s-fl.1920s)

Typescript letter signed from Max Graf to Adolph Brodsky

Max Graf thanks Brodsky for his letter and for Anna Brodsky's book. Max Graf has heard Brodsky's pupil Maaskoff play at Herr Benis' house and was much impressed. He hopes that Maaskoff will be able to play at a concert in Vienna b...

Graf, Max (1873-1958) music critic

Typescript letter signed from N. Benis to Adolph Brodsky

Benis informs Brodsky of how the funds are being apportioned: from the total of c. 400.000.-- crowns, 150.0000.--crowns to action for the children; for Resch's work 50.000.--crowns; for a Jewish children's home 100.000 crowns; for the Mu...

Benis, N. (fl.1910s-fl.1920s)

Typescript letter signed from Doktor Dlabac to Adolph Brodsky

Dr. Dlabac opens his letter to Brodsky with the desire that he will come back immediately to Vienna. He hopes that the Brodskys have had a pleasant time with Benis in Marienbad and that Anna will soon be restored to good health. However the real...

Dlabac, D. (fl.1910s-1920s)

Telegram from Adolph Brodsky, Josef Merz and Benis to Edward Elgar

On the back of the telegram has been written: Elgar. Telephone Number 4771 Hampstead. In this telegram, Benis, Merz and Brodsky announce the success of the concert: Elgar, 2 Bach and 4 recalls. The Elgar refers to the Viennese premiere of the v...

Brodsky, Adolph (1851-1929), Violinist, Principal of the Royal Manchester College of Music

Letter to Anna Brodsky

The letter is not divided into paragraphs. It is written in German hand with very occasional words in Roman letters. This letter to Anna Brodsky is written by a woman who has never met Anna although they do have friends in common. The poor woma...

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