Correspondence to and performance memorobilia of Adolf Bolm, 1915-1928.

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Bolm, Beatrice. Correspondence to and performance memorobilia of Adolf Bolm, 1915-1928.

Correspondence to and performance memorobilia of Adolf Bolm, 1915-1928.

Correspondents include Beatrice (Beatta) Bolm, A. Braff, Nathalie Curtis, Thomas Fisher, Baron Gunzbourg, Pavel Milyukov, Max Rabinoff, Jaroslav Roerich and others. Also includes personal and financial materials related to Adolf Bolm and information about his Adolf Bolm School of the Dance in Chicago. Financial information includes a memorandum of agreement between Nathalie Curtis and Adolf Bolm for the ballet The deer dance (1921), the formation of Bolm's company, Ballet Intime, and an agreement with the Colon Theatre (Buenos Aires) for performances of Le coq d'or (1925).

1 box (21 folders)

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