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Picard, Leon (fl.1900s-fl.1940s)
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Autograph letter signed from Johan C. Hock to Leon Picard

Johan Hock writes to Leon Picard about the Guarnerius violin which belonged to Adolph Brodsky. Hock has been in correspondence with Hill & Sons who seem reluctant to authenticate the instrument. If they do not think the instrument is a genui...

Autograph letter signed from Leon Picard to WE Hill & Sons

This note is a practice reply or a copy of his reply to AB/569. Picard requests WE Hill & Sons to send the money for the Guarnerius, less the bill for 11 pounds 4 shillings and sixpence (see account detailed in AB/568), by crossed cheque in a...

Picard, Leon (fl.1900s-fl.1940s)

Autograph letter signed from Nina Grieg to Anna Brodsky

From what Nina Grieg writes in this letter to Anna Brodsky, we understand that Anna Brodsky has been in Nancy with her sister Olga Picard who has been ill or has faced some misfortune, while Adolph Brodsky has been in Paris with "der stumme f...

Grieg, Nina (1845-1935), Singer

Autograph letter signed from Nina Grieg to Anna Brodsky

Nina hopes that Edvard's strength will return when summer and the warm weather come. She enquires about Anna's sister Olga and wonders what has become of her son, the silent fish [Leon Picard]. Dated 19 Apr 1905.

Grieg, Nina (1845-1935), Singer

Autograph letter signed from Robert Jaffrey Forbes to Leon Picard

R.J. Forbes informs Mr. Leon Picard that the Royal Manchester College of Music will be sharing an exchange broadcast on the wireless [North Regional] with the Leipzig Conservatorium. Dated 12 Jun 1939.

Forbes, Robert Jaffrey (1879-1958), conductor, Principal of the Royal Manchester College of Music

Autograph picture postcard signed from A. Jutean to Leon Picard

Jutean cannot find any other postcard in Rouen. His sister is not well. All is finished for good with E.; she was only an actress. His cousin Bryluiwi has been put out to Baringer and Collin has taken his place. All is well but his health is n...

Picard, Leon (fl.1900s-fl.1940s)

Autograph telegram from Leon Picard to John H. Bennett

This draft telegram states that difficulties arose when Leon Picard took the violin to London and he had to bring the violin home. On the verso Leon Picard has scribbled some preparatory notes for the planned telegram.

Picard, Leon (fl.1900s-fl.1940s)

Telegram from Anton Maaskoff to Leon Picard

Maaskoff indicated that he would possibly be interested in purchasing the Guarnerius, subject to Hill making the necessary repairs (at Maaskoff

Maaskoff, Anton (fl.1919-1943), Violinist

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