Correspondence, 1920-1950.

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Weill, Kurt, 1900-1950. Correspondence, 1920-1950.

Correspondence, 1920-1950.

Correspondence. Though limited in extent (at least in its representation in this collection), Weill's correspondence with the following people also contains important documentation: Maurice Abravanel, Theodor W. Adorno, Engelbert Humperdinck, Boris Kochno, Gertrude Lawrence, Darius Milhaud, and Max Reinhardt. For Weill's correspondence with his family, cf. Ser.30, Box 9, folders 1-11, Ser.30 and Box 7, folders 1-20, for his correspondence with Albert and Peter Bing, cf. Ser.30, Box 8, folders 1-16; cf. other small collections in Ser.30 for less extensive collections of correspondence to others; for his correspondence with Universal Edition, cf. Ser.41.

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