Correspondence with Alma Mahler and Adolf Klarmann, 1951-1974.


Correspondence with Alma Mahler and Adolf Klarmann, 1951-1974.

Concerns matters of copyright and royalty payments for works of Franz Werfel, on behalf of Alma Mahler, as well as copyright and publishing matters pertaining to Adolf Klarmann's edited volumes of Werfel's collected works.

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