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Jerome Kern collection, 1905-1951

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BOX-FOLDER 90, 102 Correspondence, 1913-1951
Correspondence series is represented by four letters and one telegram.
Arrangement is by date.
BOX-FOLDER 102/10 Harry N. Wessel to Jerome Kern, 1913 May 10
Typescript letter, signed ; [1] p.
BOX-FOLDER 102/11 Charles Previn to Mr. Dreyfus, undated
Autograph letter, signed ; [1] p.
Note: written "at request of Mr. Erlanger"
BOX-FOLDER 102/12 Kern to John [?], ca. 1928 February 18
Autograph letter, signed
Note: regarding script for Oh, Lady! Lady!!
BOX-FOLDER 102/13 Kern to [P.G.] Wodehouse, 1928 June 15
Autograph letter, signed ; [1] p.
Note: reply written on back of telegram from Wodehouse, the coded message is transcribed by Kern, his reply reads: "Wodehouse/17 Norfolk, Park Lane London./Attitude perfectly friendly but Laddie Cliff may fry himself before he can disassociate any portion libretto Oh Lady Lady from music/Love to Ethel. How is Snork./Jerry."
BOX-FOLDER 102/14 Mr. Dreyfus of Harms, Inc. to Eastman Symphony, London, 1928 June 11
Telegram ; [1] p.
Note: subject is Kern's refusal to permit production of Oh, Lady! Lady!! with new music
BOX-FOLDER 90/2 Genevieve Fisch of Benton & Bowles, Inc. advertising agency to Mr. Edgar Carver of Rodgers & Hammerstein, 1951
Typescript letter, signed ; [1] p.
Note: regarding radio broadcast of Very Warm for May

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