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Flagler, Harry Harkness, Papers of, Jan 3, 1933 - Dec 6, 1938

ID:
005-02-05
Abstract
Contains memoranda to and from Harry Harkness Flagler (HHF), President of the Philharmonic-Symphony Society concerning operations of the Society; Hospitalized and ill members of the orchestra; LS-HHF, many letters; ALS-HHF, many letters; Monthly payments of \$500 from HHF for rent of the Orchestra room at Carnegie Hall; Complaint about appearance of jazz musicians at Stadium Concerts; Proposal to discontinue program notes to save money; Letter from Arthur Judson concerning management and fees of artists appearing with the orchestra; Proposed engagement in Mexico; Engagement of Thomas Jefferson Miley for fundraising; LS-HHF, letter of resignation as President of the Philharmonic-Symphony Society due to ill health, 24 September 1934
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