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Visual Materials, 1888-1973 (continued)
Artwork, 1912-1972 (continued)
Photographs of painting of Serge Koussevitzky by K. Petrov-Vodkin (continued)
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.
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 Apr. 5-6, 1942, featuring Shostakovich's Symphony no. 6, conducted by A. Samosud
In Russian. Labelled "#16" in the drawer.
BOX-FOLDER 166/5 "A festival of music, six orchestra concerts," 1942
At Berkshire Music Center, Tanglewood, Lenox.
BOX-FOLDER 166/6 "Russian war relief benefit, Tanglewood," 1942
MAPCASE-DRAWER 5/13 Announcement for a performance by the Large Symphony Orchestra and Combined Chorus of the All-Russia Radio Broadcasting Committee, on Feb. 28, 1943, conducted by Konstantin Ivanov
In Russian. Labelled "#13" in the drawer.
MAPCASE-DRAWER 5/13 Announcement for six concerts of performances of Beethoven's piano sonatas by pianist Samuil E. Feĭnberg, presented under the auspices of the Moscow State Philharmonic, between Oct. 1943 and Jan. 1944
In Russian. Labelled "#8" in the drawer.
MAPCASE-DRAWER 5/13 Announcement for three performances by the State Symphony Orchestra of the USSR, presented under the auspices of the Moscow State Philharmonic, between Oct. 15-Nov. 4, 1943, concerts feature soloist David Oistrakh and conductors A. Melik-Pashaev, Natan Rakhlin, and Yevgeny Mravinsky
In Russian. Labelled "#12" in the drawer.
MAPCASE-DRAWER 5/13 Announcement for Russian Cantatas concert by the Large Symphony Orchestra and Combined Chorus of the All-Russia Radio Broadcasting Committee, on Oct. 30, 1943, conducted by Alekseĭ Kovalev
In Russian. Labelled "#14" in the drawer.
MAPCASE-DRAWER 5/13 Announcement of performances by the Moscow State Philharmonic, between Oct. 30 and Nov. 10, 1943
In Russian. Labelled "#15" in the drawer.
MAPCASE-DRAWER 5/13 Announcement for Tchaikovsky-Pushkin-Shakespeare, a performance presented under the auspices of the Moscow State Philharmonic, on Nov. 8, 1943, featuring performers Vladimir N. IAkhonotov and E.E. Loĭter
In Russian. Labelled "#11" in the drawer.
MAPCASE-DRAWER 5/13 Announcement for a performance commemorating the 50th anniversary of Tchaikovsky's death, by the Moscow State Philharmonic, on Nov. 11, 1943, featuring A.B. Gol'denveĭzer, K'narik Grigoryan, and others
In Russian. Labelled "#9" in the drawer.
MAPCASE-DRAWER 5/13 Announcement for a performance of Borodin works by the State Symphony Orchestra of the USSR, on Nov. 12, 1943, featuring Aleksandr Pirogov on bass and conducted by N.S. Golovanov
In Russian. Labelled "#7" in the drawer.
MAPCASE-DRAWER 5/13 Announcement for a performance commemorating the 50th anniversary of Tchaikovsky's death by the Moscow State Philharmonic, on Nov. 13, 1943, featuring violinist David Oistrakh, pianist Lev Oborin, and cellist Sviatoslav Knushevitskiĭ
In Russian. Labelled "#6" in the drawer.
MAPCASE-DRAWER 5/13 Announcement for a performance commemorating the 50th anniversary of Tchaikovsky's death by the State Symphony Orchestra of the USSR, presented under the auspices of the Moscow State Philharmonic, on Nov. 16, 1943, featuring pianist Lev Oborin and conductor Yevgeny Mravinsky
In Russian. Labelled "#10" in the drawer.
MAPCASE-DRAWER 5/12 Two advertising broadsides for the Moscow State Conservatoire Named After P.I. Tchaikovsky, 1948
In Russian.
BOX-FOLDER 165/13 "Hear Serge Koussevitzky ..." circa 1949
RCA Victor poster.
MAPCASE-DRAWER 5/12 "Le Théatre des Champs-Elysées présente Boston Symphony Orchestra, a la mémoire de Serge Koussevitzky," circa 1958
BOX-FOLDER 166/4 "Tanglewood-on-Parade, honoring Mrs. Serge Koussevitzky," July 27, 1971
Features caricatures by Olga Koussevitzky.
BOX 159, 165-166 
MAPCASE 5
Architectural and Landscape Designs, 1914, circa 1936-1973
Designs relating to the Berkshire Music Center and Tanglewood, Seranak, the Koussevitzkys' house and property at Charpignat-Lac du Bourget in France, and the property in Phoenix, Arizona that the Koussevitzkys planned to develop. In addition, there are designs for a monument in memory of Serge Koussevitzky, at Lenox, Mass. Many items are oversized.
Arranged chronologically.
BOX-FOLDER 5/12 Location plan showing sewage systems, water pipes, catch basins, drains, under drains, etc., 1914
Kate S. Buckingham, Lenox. Mass.
BOX-FOLDER 159/12 Photographs of models of the buildings and grounds of the Berkshire Music Center, circa 1936
BOX-FOLDER 159/13 Berkshire Music Center and Tanglewood Pavilion landscape and architectural designs, circa 1936
MAPCASE-DRAWER 5/12 Blueprints (3 stapled together) of Tanglewood Pavilion, and (1) of the Berkshire Music Center small studios, 1937
Created by Eliel and Eero Saarinen, architects.
MAPCASE-DRAWER 5/12 Architectural schematic diagram of the exterior of Tanglewood Pavilion, circa 1937
BOX-FOLDER 165/15-16 Exterior and interior architectural designs for the Koussevitzky property at Charpignat-Lac du Bourget, 1938
BOX-FOLDER 166/1 Technical drawing showing layout of the Koussevitzky property at Charpignat-Lac du Bourget, circa 1938
MAPCASE-DRAWER 5/12 Floorplans (4) of the Koussevitzky house at Charpignat-Lac du Bourget, circa 1938
MAPCASE-DRAWER 5/13 Propriété de Mr. le Dr. Koussevitzky a Charpignat au Bourget du Lac. Annexe, circa 1938
Two design plans.
BOX-FOLDER 166/9 Blueprint for a "temporary small concert set within large permanent concert set in the Music Shed, Boston Symphony Orchestra, circa 1947
Richard Rychtarik, designer.
MAPCASE-DRAWER 5/13 Design plan for guest house at Koussevitzky's Arizona property, 1947
Includes a survey of the property (8 1/2 x 11 inches) and Specifications for remodeling located at Camelback Lands Tract, Phoenix, Arizona for Dr. and Mrs. Serge Koussevitzky (4 pages).
MAPCASE-DRAWER 5/13 Design plan for Koussevitzky's Arizona property, including the chapel and studio, circa 1947
MAPCASE-DRAWER 5/13 Additions and alterations to a residence for Dr. and Mrs. Serge Koussevitzky, Arcadia, near Phoenix, Arizona, 1949
Includes three blueprints: sheets A-1 and A-2 dated March 1949; sheet A-1 dated April 1949
Also includes a smaller blueprint titled: A home for Mr. and Mrs. Ray D. Bernard, dated Feb. 28, 1946.
BOX-FOLDER 159/11, 166/2 Designs for monument in memory of Serge Koussevitzky, at Lenox, Mass., 1951
Folder 159/11 contains a drawing of the design, of unknown origin. Folder 166/2 contains three perspective sketches from architect Lucien David (all about 15 x 22 inches).
BOX-FOLDER 166/11 Architectural design for memorial studio for Serge Koussevitzky, at Lenox, Mass., 1958
MAPCASE-DRAWER 5/13 Floor plan for Koussevitzky main residence, 1959
A Techbuilt design. Includes xerox copy.
MAPCASE-DRAWER 5/13 Floor plans for studio (possible the composer's studio), 1963
8 drawings bound together
A Techbuilt design.
BOX-FOLDER 166/12 Blueprints for Koussevitzky residence, 1966
Contains six drawings bound together.
MAPCASE-DRAWER 5/13 Floor plans for unidentified structure, 1973
Designs by Acorn Structures, Inc. Two groups of plans. One group is titled "Long Ridge 36," and the other is titled "North Cape 1 1/2."
MAPCASE-DRAWER 5/12 Landscape and architectural designs (3 different versions) for house and grounds, and design plans for a chapel, undated
4 designs ; in pencil ; 27 x 15 1⁄2 inches
BOX-FOLDER 159/14 Blueprint for barn, garage, cottage and surrounding area, undated
1 design ; 7 1/2 x 8 3/4 inches
Stamped on back: this blue print made by A. J. Kohlhofer, Pittsfield, Mass.
MAPCASE-DRAWER 5/13 Koussevitzky proposal (floor plans for unidentified structure), undated
5 copies
A Techbuilt design. These might be plans for the composers' studio.
MAPCASE-DRAWER 5/13 Floor plans for Seranak composer's studio, undated
6 copies, including a xerox copy
A Techbuilt design.
BOX 169-235, 290, 292-296, 309-345, 383, 445-446, 462-493, 497-499 
MAPCASE 5
Business and Organizational Files, 1881-1978
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