Eugene Gruenberg papers, 1865-1984 (inclusive), 1873-1928 (bulk).

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Gruenberg, Eugene, 1854-1928. Eugene Gruenberg papers, 1865-1984 (inclusive), 1873-1928 (bulk).

Eugene Gruenberg papers, 1865-1984 (inclusive), 1873-1928 (bulk).

Papers of the violinist and teacher Eugene Gruenberg collected by his pupil Louis Krasner, including materials for a biography of Gruenberg's friend the conductor Arthur Nikisch. Papers of Gruenberg probably intended for his memoirs and a life of Nikisch, never published.

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