Vaclav Jiskra collection, 1899-[ca. 1960].


Vaclav Jiskra collection, 1899-[ca. 1960].

Printed and manuscript music for double bass, photographs, clippings, correspondence, concert programs, and scrapbook.

2.5 linear ft.





SNAC Resource ID: 8054278

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