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Hollywood: 1968. 2 pages, 10.5 x 7.25 inches, Hollywood, February 26, 1968. Written to Harry Harris of The Philadelphia Inquirer, supplying him with a list of what he believes is the ultimate dream show consisting of Philadelphia talent, in part: "...It would not be a question of nominating ten people or 'acts' that might make up a well-balanced 'dream show', but rather which network would be able to give us the time to show all of the talents from Philly...
New York: 1940. 4 pages, 9.5 x 6 inches, New York, January 11, no year, circa 1940. Bjoerling's signature adorns the top of this program for a recital he gave as part of an artists series at Maryville College. Includes the full signature of his frequent pianist, Harry Ebert, in blue ink. Very good condition. One of the most highly regarded opera tenors of the 20th century.
Chicago: 1957. 1 page, trimmed from a larger sheet to 5.75 x 7.25 inches, Chicago, November 29, 1957. Portion of a program of Tosca at the Lyric Opera of Chicago, leader roles sung by the Swedish-born tenor and the American soprano, showing the cast list and the date and time of the performance. Advertisement on the back; small chip on the bottom edge. Very good(-) condition.
New York: 1919. 1 page, 6.75 x 5.25 inches, New York City, August 3, 1919. In this letter, written in German, Bodanzky thanks the recipient for sending orchestrated music that will be given to the Symphony. At the time, Bodanzky was in New York City, being accepted by Arturo Toscanini on the recommendation of Ferruccio Busoni. One horizontal fold; very good(+) condition. Viennese composer who was a long-time conductor at the New York Met, of the German repertory (1915 -...
1965. 9.5 x 7.25-inch black-and-white photo of an animated Bolger kicking high and laughing -- no place, no date, circa 1965. Inscribed at the bottom left with excellent contrast: "To Terry T. Tobin, I've no kick coming! All the best, Ray Bolger." Double-matted in dark and light gray and set in a silver and black frame measuring 16.25 x 14 inches. Near fine condition. American vaudeville performer, actor, singer, and dancer best known for his portrayal of the scarecrow in "The Wizard of Oz."