Correspondence with Alma Mahler and Franz Werfel, 1882-ca. 1947.

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Correspondence with Alma Mahler and Franz Werfel, 1882-ca. 1947.

Included are several legal documents: 1 registration form (Meldungsnachweis) for the Moll family's move to the house on Wollergasse, Vienna, in 1908; a transcript of a will (Denkschrift) by Carl Moll dated 1943; and 2 copies of an inventory of his estate (for an additional copy of the estate inventory, see under Legal Documents). Drafts of 2 letters from Moll (1 to Schuschnigg and 1 to the Obersenatsrat of Vienna, a city government official) concern the plans for a monument and memorial celebration in honor of Gustav Mahler in 1935. The correspondence between Moll and Grimschitz (Österreichische Galerie) dates from 1940 to 1944 and mainly concerns paintings by Emil Jakob Schindler. For a draft of 1 letter from Alma Mahler to Carl Moll, see the oversized container. Of the 5 items from unidentified correspondents, 1 to Anna Moll was written upon the death of Gustav Mahler. For additional correspondence addressed to Carl Moll from other correspondents, see under the following: Angeli, Heinrich von; Kaulbach, Friedrich H., 1822-1903; and Minne, J.

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