The Thomas de Hartmann papers, 1902-1982 (inclusive).

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Hartmann, Thomas de, 1885-1956. The Thomas de Hartmann papers, 1902-1982 (inclusive).

The Thomas de Hartmann papers, 1902-1982 (inclusive).

The Thomas de Hartmann Papers document de Hartmann's life and work through musical sketches, manuscript scores, and printed music; librettos and scenarios for stage works; correspondence with composers, conductors, and musical performers; photographs; and miscellaneous materials relating to de Hartmann, G.I. Gurdjieff, and Wassily Kandinsky.

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