Louis Krasner collection of musical scores and autographs, ca. 1810-1893.

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Louis Krasner collection of musical scores and autographs, ca. 1810-1893.

Louis Krasner collection of musical scores and autographs, ca. 1810-1893.

Five manuscript music scores, eight autograph documents and two photographs collected by Louis Krasner.

2 boxes and 1 volume (1 linear ft.)

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