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Visual Materials, 1888-1973 (continued)
Photographs, Slides, and Negatives, 1888-1968 (continued)
Identified Notable Friends and Colleagues (Koussevitzkys not pictured) (continued)
BOX-FOLDER 151/41a Schweitzer, Albert, 1964-1965
Also includes snaps of his hospital. All photographs are inscribed.
BOX-FOLDER 151/42 Senzer, Fritz
BOX-FOLDER 151/43 Sharaff, Gloria
BOX-FOLDER 151/44 Shostakovich, Dmitrii
BOX-FOLDER 151/45 Sibelius, Jean
see also Sibelius with SK
BOX-FOLDER 151/46 Smith, Gertrude Robinson
BOX-FOLDER 151/47 Spalding, Albert
BOX-FOLDER 151/48 Spalding, Walter R.
BOX-FOLDER 151/49 Steinert, Alexander
BOX-FOLDER 151/50 Strauss, Richard
BOX-FOLDER 151/51 Stravinsky, Igor
see also Koussevitzky vacation shots
BOX-FOLDER 151/52 Szeryng, Henryk
see also Szeryng with OK
BOX-FOLDER 151/53 Sztuka, Thaddeus T.
BOX-FOLDER 151/54 Tansman, Alexandre
BOX-FOLDER 151/55 Thibaud, Jacques
BOX-FOLDER 151/56 Tille, Ivan
BOX-FOLDER 151/57 Tsybul'skii, Ian
BOX-FOLDER 151/58 Turcotte, J. G.
BOX-FOLDER 151/59 Valen, Tina
BOX-FOLDER 151/60 Varèse, Edgard
see also Varèse with OK
BOX-FOLDER 151/61 Verdeguer, Manuel
BOX-FOLDER 151/62 Vyshnegradskii, Ivan
BOX-FOLDER 151/63 Webern, Anton
BOX-FOLDER 151/64 Woodworth, G. Wallace
BOX-FOLDER 151/65 Zighera, Alfred
BOX-FOLDER 152/1 Koussevitzky memorial concert, Paris, 1952
Photographs include George Enesco, Henri Barraud, Mr. and Mrs. Villa Lobos, Olin Downes, Darius Milhaud, and Pascal Quartet.
BOX-FOLDER 152/2 Photographs of identified friends and family (Koussevitzkys not pictured)
4 x 6 inches and smaller
Various events, from various years.
Unidentified Friends, Colleagues and Family (Koussevitzkys not pictured)
BOX-FOLDER 152/3-5 Unidentified people and events, from various years
8 x 10 inches and smaller
BOX-FOLDER 163/10 Unidentified young girls
BOX-FOLDER 152/6 Interior and exterior views of Koussevitzky homes
BOX-FOLDER 152/7 Interior and exterior views of Koussevitzky's publishing houses, 1910
BOX-FOLDER 152/8-9 Koussevitzkys' Arizona property
Includes negatives.
BOX-FOLDER 152/10 Pets
BOX-FOLDER 152/11-13 Koussevitzky estate items
(3 folders)
Photographs of drawings, cartoons, awards, degrees, certificates, and artifacts.
BOX-FOLDER 152/14 Mahler medal
Photographs of the Gustav Mahler medal.
BOX-FOLDER 152/15 Slides of Seranak grounds and Koussevitzky gravesite
see also Serge Koussevitzky burial site and unidentified services
BOX-FOLDER 152/16 Miscellaneous mostly unidentified scenic views and interiors
BOX-FOLDER 158/16 Moscow before 1920
Album containing photographs of buildings in Moscow.
BOX-FOLDER 153/1 Stockholm Stadshus
Album containing photographs of exteriors and interiors of Stockholm's town hall.
BOX-FOLDER 153/2-4 Postcards
(3 folders)
Postcards of people and scenes in the United States, Europe and Russia. Includes scenes of Tanglewood, the Berkshires and Lenox, Mass.
BOX 154-155 Negatives
BOX 167 Glass negative, formal portrait of Serge Koussevitzky
1 glass negative ; black and white ; 3 x 4 inches
BOX 168 Copper woodblock negative, formal portrait of Serge Koussevitzky
1 copper negative on woodblock ; 3⁄4 x 5 1⁄4 x 8 1⁄4 inches
BOX 156, 159-160, 163, 165-166 MAPCASE 5 Artwork, 1912-1972
Drawings, sketches, and caricatures of Serge, Olga and Natalie Koussevitzky; photographs of paintings, sculptures, and drawings; Olga's caricatures.
BOX-FOLDER 156/1 BOX-FOLDER 159/1-4 Drawings and sketches of Serge Koussevitzky, 1912-1950
Various sizes and dates. Some accompanied by letters.
BOX-FOLDER 156/2 Caricatures, prints, and cartoons of Serge Koussevitzky and the orchestra, 1924-1945, undated
BOX-FOLDER 156/3, 159/5 Photographs of paintings and sculptures of Serge Koussevitzky
BOX-FOLDER 156/4 Photographs of drawing of Serge Koussevitzky conducting
Includes negative.
BOX-FOLDER 156/5 Photographs of painting by Leonid Pasternak of Serge Koussevitzky and Scriabin
One photograph inscribed by Olga Koussevitzky.
BOX-FOLDER 156/6 Photographs of paintings of Serge Koussevitzy
Includes negatives.
BOX-FOLDER 156/7 Photographs of bust of Serge Koussevitzky, by sculptor Volci Mile Knopp
Includes photograph of Koussevitzky sitting for the sculptor, and of the sculptor with her work; and a clipping about Knopp and the bust; also includes negatives.
BOX-FOLDER 156/8 Photographs of drawing of Serge Koussevitzky by M. A. Werboff, 1925
BOX-FOLDER 156/9 Photographs of painting of Serge Koussevitzky by K. Petrov-Vodkin
Includes negative.
BOX-FOLDER 156/10 Print of portrait of Serge Koussevitzky by Boris Chaliapin, 1943
BOX-FOLDER 156/11 Photographs of painting and drawing of Serge Koussevitzky by V. Shukhaev
Includes negatives.
BOX-FOLDER 156/12 Photographs of sculptures of Serge Koussevitzsky's hands
BOX-FOLDER 156/13 Photographs of drawing of Natalie Koussevitzky
BOX-FOLDER 156/14, 159/6 Photographs of Natalie Koussevitzky's sculpture of Serge Koussevitzky
BOX-FOLDER 156/15, 159/7 Photographs of Natalie Koussevitzky's sculptures of other people
BOX-FOLDER 156/16 Photographs of painting of Olga Koussevitzky
BOX-FOLDER 156/17 Caricature of Olga Koussevitzky by Vernon Duke
BOX-FOLDER 159/8 Sketch of Olga Koussevitzky by Kalah Novade, 1952
BOX-FOLDER 159/9 Drawing, possibly of Olga Koussevitzky, by Stephen Errington, 1972
BOX-FOLDER 156/18-20 BOX 160 Caricatures by Olga Koussevitzky
Box 156 contains smaller pages (8 1/2 x 11 inches) and includes two originals of Leonard Bernstein and Olga Koussevitzky, the rest are copies. This box also includes negatives. Box 160 contains larger format (13 x 18 inches) copies. Folder 20 contains a sketch on yello lined paper.
BOX-FOLDER 166/7 Prints of covers of Koussevitzky's RCA Victor recordings, circa 1947-1950
BOX-FOLDER 165/14, 166/3 MAPCASE-DRAWER 5/12 Watercolors of Koussevitzky property at Charpignat-Lac du Bourget, circa 1938
BOX-FOLDER 166/3 Drawing of Koussevitzky property at Charpignat-Lac du Bourget, circa 1938
BOX-FOLDER 156/21 Photograph of still-life painting by Petrov-Vodkin
Includes negative.
BOX-FOLDER 156/22 Gontcharova lithographs, 1916-1918
BOX-FOLDER 166/10 Reproduction of pencil sketch of Soviet diplomat Maksim Litvinov by his wife, Ivy Low Litvinov, undated
Inscribed to SK by the artist.
BOX-FOLDER 163/11 Photographs of Gontcharova panel (and detail from the panel) in the Koussevitzkys' Paris home
BOX-FOLDER 156/23 Photographs of miscellaneous artwork
BOX-FOLDER 156/24, 159/10 Miscellaneous drawings
BOX 165-166 MAPCASE 5 Posters, 1909-1971
Includes posters from 1909-1910 announcing concerts in the "Serge Koussevitzky Concerts" series, Russian posters from 1942-1943 announcing various concert events, and advertising posters for various events at Tanglewood and the Berkshire Music Center.
Arranged chronologically.
MAPCASE-DRAWER 5/13 Announcement of eight subscription concerts, happening between Oct. 21, 1909 and Feb. 17, 1910, and presented under the auspices of the "Serge Koussevitzky Concerts," under the direction of Serge Koussevitzky and Oskar Frid, and featuring soprano Aino Ackté, pianist Harold Bauer, pianist Ernst von Dohnányi and violinist Efrem Zimbalist, Sept. 1909
In Russian. Labelled "#1" in the drawer.
MAPCASE-DRAWER 5/13 Announcement for Symphonic Concerts presented under the auspices of the "Serge Koussevitzky Concerts," happening between Oct. 21, 1909-Feb. 17, 1910, under the direction of Serge Koussevitzky or Oskar Frid
In Russian. Labelled "#5" in the drawer.
MAPCASE-DRAWER 5/13 Announcement for Symphonic Concert presented under the auspices of the "Serge Koussevitzky Concerts," on Nov. 4, 1909, under the direction of Serge Koussevitzky, and featuring tenor Leonid Sobinov
In Russian. Labelled "#4" in the drawer.
MAPCASE-DRAWER 5/13 Announcement for a Special Chamber Evening, presented under the auspices of the "Serge Koussevitzky Concerts," on Nov. 22, 1909, featuring Serge Koussevitzky on the double bass, A. and M. Casadesus on violas d'amore, and Alfredo Casella on harpsichord
In Russian. Labelled "#3" in the drawer.
MAPCASE-DRAWER 5/13 Announcement for the Second Chamber Music Evening presented under the auspices of the "Serge Koussevitzky Concerts," on Jan. 22, 1910, featuring Julia Kulp (mezzo-soprano)
In Russian. Labelled "#2" in the drawer.
BOX-FOLDER 166/13 Horvath's Bulletin poster (with picture of Koussevitzky and double bass), circa 1923
21 1⁄4 x 13 1⁄4 inches
MAPCASE-DRAWER 5/13 Announcement for two performances by the Symphony Orchestra of the State Order of Lenin's Great Academic Theater of the USSR and All-Russian Radio Broadcast Committee, on March 29-30, 1942, featuring Shostakovich's Symphony no. 6, conducted by A. Samosud
In Russian. Labelled "#17" in the drawer.
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