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Legacies: Closed, Nov 1, 1874 - May 2, 1962

ID:
004-22-14
Abstract
ALS-George Gemünder, ALS-Marshall Field, ALS-Ralph F. Colin, ALS-Charles Triller, ALS-Clarence H. Mackay, ALS-Ernest Schelling, ALS-Bruno Zirato, ALS-Herbert Goldmark, ALS-David Manning Keiser, ALS-Stuart H. Perry, ALS-Floyd Blair, ALS-Edwin P. Kaufman. Will of Aaron Naumburg; Legacy of \$14,423.08 to NY Philharmonic from estate of Aaron Naumburg; Legacy of \$10,000 to NY Philharmonic from estate of Anna Thalmann; Legacy of \$60,000 to NY Philharmonic from estate of Laura Shannon; Pension Fund Investments; Legacy of \$10,000 to NY Philharmonic from estate of Helena W. McCann; Copies of Last Will and Testaments of deceased; Legacy of \$30,000 to NY Philharmonic from estate of Albert Hallgarten; Correspondence and contract regarding royalties paid for performances of Ernest Schelling's "Morocco"; Schelling slide collection, negatives, catalogues, program books and spoken notes given as bequest to NY Philharmonic. Also, title rights and interest in performances of Schelling's symphonic works given to Pension Fund; Letter from Mrs. Ernest Schelling regarding preservation and special storage of Schelling slide negatives; Correspondence regarding transportation of Schelling slide negatives to NY Philharmonic; Gift of two violins to NY Philharmonic from Stuart H. Perry with memorandum regarding controversy of original evaluation by violin-maker George Gemünder. Original letters and related correspondence included; Allegations of unethical business practices by George Gemünder; NY Philharmonic evaluation of violins and Board of Directors decision to loan instruments to National Orchestral Association for young players; Last Will and Testament of Clarence Mackay, related correspondence and court documents; Gift of \$15,000 from Charles Triller; \$25,000 legacy to NY Philharmonic from estate of Eda K. Loeb; \$15,000 legacy to NY Philharmonic from estate of Mary P. Eno Steffanson; \$25,000 legacy from estate of Charles Triller; \$25,000 legacy to NY Philharmonic from estate of Ethel DuBois.
Project Funder
  • Leon Levy Foundation
Collection Guarantor