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Field, Marshall, Papers of, Jan 4, 1928 - Nov 17, 1941

ID:
005-02-03
Abstract
Miscellaneous correspondence of Marshall Field re operations of the New York Philharmonic, 1928-1941; Selection of Guest Artists and Conductors; List of Philharmonic Society's Investments; Letter to Governing Board of Local 802, American Federation of Musicians, re length of season and other matters; ALS-Marshall Field; copy of letter from Franklin D. Roosevelt, October 1941 re upcoming centenary of the Philharmonic-Symphony Society; Article on Marshall Field from Life Magazine, 18 October 1943; LS-John D. Rockefeller, Jr., re not renewing box seats for 1939-40 season, LS-Marshall Field, re problems with John Barbirolli's concerts; LS-S. Hurok, re Marian Anderson; Reports of Chairman and President re attendance at Philharmonic concerts, finances and other matters; LS-Arthur Judson, re operations of the Philharmonic, 1938; possibility of inviting Jean Sibelius to conduct the New York Philharmonic, 1937-38; LS-Fiorello LaGuardia, re radio broadcasts; Letter from Arthur Judson, re participation of the Philharmonic in the 1939-40 World's Fair; Conflict of concerts with broadcasts of NBC Symphony; List of investments, April 1936; LS-William Braid White to MF in praise of radio broadcasts, May 1936; ALS-Hans Lange, resignation from the Philharmonic; LS-Robert E. Simon, re rental of Carnegie Hall; Election of Marshall Field to Board of Directors of Philharmonic-Symphony Society of New York, 25 Oct 1928
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