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Rice, Edwin T., Papers of, 1928-1944, Oct 25, 1928 - Feb 21, 1944

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005-03-15
Abstract
Papers of Edwin T. Rice, member of the Board of Directors and Executive Committee of the Philharmonic-Symphony Society, and Legal Counsel to the Society, and former Treasurer of the New York Symphony Society; LS-Edwin T. Rice, various memos and letters re operations of the New York Philharmonic-Symphony; Tribute by Edwin T. Rice in the Musical Quaterly, April 1939, to Frank Damrosch, son of Leopold Damrosch and brother of Walter Damrosch, conductor of the Oratorio Society and founder in 1905 of the Institute of Musical Art, later affiliated with the Juilliard School of Music; Record albums offer from the New York Post of "Philharmonic Transcriptions" of "World's Greatest Music" played by "World's Greatest Orchestras" under "World's Greatest Conductors", selected by Samuel Chotzinoff (all unnamed), 1938; Objections to use of name "Philharmonic" in the record album offering by the New York Post; "The Bohemians" Club Address by Edwin T. Rice in memory of Rubin Goldmark; Changes in subscription series recommended; Proposed changes in the pension plan; Stock holdings by the Pension Fund; Lawsuit by Willem Mengelberg regarding compensation by the Philharmonic in the 1920s; Singers for Mahler's "Das Lied von der Erde"; Legal issues associated with increase in the number of Directors of the Society, 1934; Effect of Social Security Act on employees of the Philharmonic-Symphony Society; Legal opinions of Edwin T. Rice re Synphony Society; Changes in By-Laws re composition of the Executive Committee; Tax issues re royalties from RCA Victor recordings; Amendments to Certificate of Incorporation, 1938; Drafts of Agreement for out of town engagements by the Philharmonic, 1939; Death of Edwin T. Rice, 2 February 1940, during a committee meeting of the Society, as reported in New York newspapers; ALS-Mrs. Edwin T. Rice (Margaret), and Miss Helen Rice, upon the death of Edwin T. Rice
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