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Photograph of Adolph and Anna Brodsky

Adolph Brodsky, pipe in mouth, is pushing Anna Brodsky in a wicker-work wheelchair, probably in their garden at 3 Laurel Mount, Bowdon. Both are wearing hats and Anna is thickly covered in a shawl and rug.

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

Photograph of Adolph and Anna Brodsky

A formal photograph probably taken in the garden of the Brodsky home in Bowdon. Anna is seated on an elaborate wooden chair with an open book in her gloved hand. She is gazing in the distance. Hatted and with his right hand in his pocket, Adolp...

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

Autograph visiting card signed from Adolph Brodsky to Heinrich von Herzogenberg

Adolph Brodsky uses one of Heinrich von Herzogenberg's visiting cards to convey a message to him in his absence. Brodsky has called to say farewell as they go off in a couple of days. He hopes they will resume good neighbourly relations nex...

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

Autograph text of a speech given to the Debating Society

After a preamble about Mrs. Brodsky's promise that Dr Brodsky would speak to the Debating Society, Brodsky admits that he would much rather play the works of composers than speak about them. Brodsky decided to speak on how to teach the violi...

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

Autograph letter signed from Adolph Brodsky to Ecray de Claxton, with accompanying receipt

Brodsky sends a letter with the receipt for his Guadagnini violin to Mr. Claxton. In this friendly letter Brodsky thanks Mr. Claxton for the cheque and admits that he is missing the violin but adds humorously that Mrs. Brodsky is glad that he has...

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

Newscutting of a report of the death of Adolph Brodsky

This report of Brodsky's death has been cut from a local newspaper. It mentions that Brodsky died in a Manchester nursing home. He had had an operation on Christmas Day and another a couple of days before his death, which had been successfu...

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

Photocopy of an autograph letter signed from Adolph Brodsky to Edvard Grieg

Brodsky writes to Edvard Grieg about concert arrangements. There is no concert committee and Hallé's heirs and Forsyth make the business arrangements and Forsyth is very mean. He made Brodsky wait a long time and then came up with 35 pounds...

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

Photocopy of an autograph letter signed from Adolph Brodsky to Edvard Grieg

Brodsky writes that Forsyth counts on Grieg for the 13th February 1896. Brodsky asks Grieg to decide by the middle of January. The missing 15 pounds Brodsky guarantees for the three sonatas. If Liverpool is posssible, they will achieve the high...

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

Photocopy of an autograph letter signed from Adolph Brodsky to Edvard Grieg

This photocopy is rather faint and Brodsky's German handwriting is not easy to decipher. This letter which originally enclosed a note from Herr Broadfield, director of the "Gentlemen's Concerts" concerns concert arrangements f...

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

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