Frederick Stock papers, 1873-1954.

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Stock, Frederick, 1872-1942. Frederick Stock papers, 1873-1954.

Frederick Stock papers, 1873-1954.

Comprise letters from notable musicians, personal documents, testimonials, memorials, scrapbooks, programs, memorabilia, and photos; also music scores for his compositions and arrangements. Included are letters from Arrola B. Cole to Mrs. Stock, and from Georg Schumann to [Florenz?] Ziegfeld, a note by Gioacchino A. Rossini below a musical composition, with a note and music (on verso) by François A. Boieldieu, and a commentary by Fritz Volbach on his "Ostern," op.16.

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