Rare libretto collection. Roll 9, 280-306, Schreker - Thomas [microform] / Lila Acheson Wallace Library, Juilliard School. 1854-1937.

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Schreker, Franz, 1878-1934. Rare libretto collection. Roll 9, 280-306, Schreker - Thomas [microform] / Lila Acheson Wallace Library, Juilliard School.

Rare libretto collection. Roll 9, 280-306, Schreker - Thomas [microform] / Lila Acheson Wallace Library, Juilliard School. 1854-1937.

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