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Photograph of Rafal Maszkowski

Maszkowski has written on the back: ‘to Adolph Brodsky in great admiration and respect! R. Maszkowski. Breslau 8 October 1891’.

Maszkowski, Rafał Ludwik (1838-1901), conductor

Photograph of Robert Volkmann

On the back of this photograph, Volkmann writes: To my dear colleague Maestro Brodsky in Leipzig in grateful memory of his unsurpassable playing and personal worthiness at the Tonkunstler gathering in Colne. End June 1887.

Volkmann, Robert (1815-1883), Composer

Photograph of Victor Bendix

On the back, Bendix remembers 28 September 1890, from the grateful scoundrel and Symphony guest, Victor E.B.

Bendix, Victor (1851-1926), composer, conductor, pianist

Photograph of Victor Bendix

This photograph is in two parts; it appears to have been ripped in two. Bendix wrote on the back of the photograph: ‘to the dear couple from the original taken in summer '84’.

Bendix, Victor (1851-1926), composer, conductor, pianist

Photograph of Vladimir de Pachmann

Pachmann has written on the back: ‘A mon ami M. Adolf Brodsky. Vladimir de Pachmann, 13 May 1883’.

Pachmann, Vladimir de (1848-1933) Pianist

Photograph of Wilhelm Steinitz

Wilhelm Steinitz (1836-1900) was the first person to be generally recognised as the World Champion of Chess, a title earned by his victory over Johann Zukertort in 1886 and held until 1894 when he was defeated by Emanuel Lasker. The date of this ...

Steinitz, Wilhelm (1836-1900) chess master

Photograph of William Humphreys Dayas

Dayas has written on the back: ‘to my dear precious friends Adolf and Anna Brodsky from your faithful W.H. Dayas’.

Dayas, William Humphreys (1863-1903), Professor of Pianoforte, RMCM

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