Letter, 1981 April 8, Philadelphia [to] John Bitter, Miami Beach, Fla. / Nellie Lee.

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Bok, Nellie Lee. Letter, 1981 April 8, Philadelphia [to] John Bitter, Miami Beach, Fla. / Nellie Lee.

Letter, 1981 April 8, Philadelphia [to] John Bitter, Miami Beach, Fla. / Nellie Lee.

Comments on the change to Bok Tower of the name of the Mountain Lake Sanctuary in Florida. Expresses gratitude for Bitter's contribution to the Curtis Institute of Music in memory of Samuel Barber and endorses Bitter's concern that a Curtis education be broader than just performance. Mentions Barber's funeral and Gian Carlo [Menotti], his executor.

4 p. on 2 leaves ; 27 cm.

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