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    • Let's Swing It. [biography of Carroll on back cover] 

      Unknown author (Harms, Inc., 1935)
    • Let's Take a Walk Around the Block. 

      Unknown author (Harms, Inc., 1934)
    • Let's Take Advantage of Now. 

      Unknown author (T.B. Harms & Co., RKO Building, Rockefeller Center, 1934)
    • Let's Take an Old-Fashioned Walk. 

      Unknown author (Irving Berlin, Inc., 1650 Broadway, 1949)
    • Let's Take the Long Way Home. 

      Unknown author (Edwin H. Morris & Company, Inc., Music Publishers, 1619 Broadway, 1944)
    • Let's Wait For the Last Train Home. 

      Paul Cunningham (lyricist); Harry Piani (composer) (Maurice Richmond Music Co., Inc., 145 West 45th St., 1914)
    • Let's You and I Just Say Goodbye. 

      George M. Cohan (composer lyricist) (M. Witmark & Sons, 1923)
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      Cowell, Henry, 1897-1965 (1945-09-13)
      Letter from composer Henry Cowell to Frances Schillinger, regretfully declining her offer to "administer the exploitation program for Joseph's system…I am devoted to the Schillinger System, and feel that anything I can do ...
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      Cowell, Henry, 1897-1965 (1945-02-04)
      Letter from composer Henry Cowell to Arnold Shaw, letting Shaw know that "I'll get at the writing of the introductory remar[k]s pronto."
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      Cowell, Sidney Robertson (1966-01-06)
      Letter from ethnomusicologist Sidney Robertson Cowell to Frances Schillinger, presumably thanking her for her condolences on the death of composer Henry Cowell.
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      Cowell, Henry, 1897-1965 (1947-04-14)
      Letter from composer Henry Cowell to Frances Schillinger, updating her on the progress of publishing Joseph Schillinger's work.
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      Cowell, Henry, 1897-1965 (1949-10-18)
      Letter from composer Henry Cowell to Frances Schillinger: "I am glad to hear of your book on Joseph."
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      Schillinger, Frances (1941-04-08)
      Letter from Frances Schillinger to composer Henry Cowell, anticipating his upcoming visit to her and inviting him to dinner.
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      Cowell, Henry, 1897-1965 (1947-02-06)
      Letter from composer Henry Cowell to Frances Schillinger.
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      Schillinger, Frances (1946-07-27)
      Letter from Frances Schillinger to composer Henry Cowell, worrying about the upcoming articles in the journal Modern Music that are being published on Joseph Schillinger. "I simply don't understand their antagonistic ...
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      Cowell, Henry, 1897-1965 (1948-10-14)
      Letter from composer Henry Cowell to Frances Schillinger: "I'm so delighted to see Joseph's book out. I'm discussing it with my students and am sure some of them will want to get it…If there is ever a new edition, I'd like ...
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      Cowell, Henry, 1897-1965 (1944-12-10)
      Letter from composer Henry Cowell to Frances Schillinger: "we had been waiting in hope of hearing from you after the death of our dear Joseph. I hope you received our wire and letter then."
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      Schillinger, Frances (1941-10-28)
      Letter from Frances Schillinger to composer Henry Cowell, expressing regret at not being able to "see and hear you at Carnegie Hall, but it was impossible for us to get tickets."
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      Cowell, Henry, 1897-1965 (1945-02-25)
      Letter from composer Henry Cowell to Frances Schillinger, starting that "I stand to do all I can for the [Schillinger] System, of course."
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      Muser, Frani (1946-07-10)
      Letter from Frani Muser (managing editor of the journal Modern Music) to Henry and Sidney Cowell, thanking them for their article on Schillinger but noting that "we must warn you that considerable cutting was necessary - ...