Letters to Horseface : being the story of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's journey to Italy, 1769-1770, when he was a boy of fourteen : production material, ca. 1971-1975.

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Letters to Horseface : being the story of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's journey to Italy, 1769-1770, when he was a boy of fourteen : production material, ca. 1971-1975.

Holograph, corrected typescript with front matter, corrected photocopy typescript with front matter, correspondence with publisher. While journeying through Italy in 1770, fourteen-year-old Mozart relates his experiences in letters to his sister.

Manuscripts: 4 folders.

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