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Famous Musicians of a Wandering Race [title page]
Title page of "Famous Musicians of a Wandering Race" autographed by Gdal Saleski and presented to the Friedheim Music Library of the Peabody Institute.
The Hofgärtnerei in Weimar
Hofgärtnerei in Weimar (Germany), where Arthur Friedheim studied with Franz Liszt between 1878 and 1886.
[Friedheim's private teaching studio]
Photograph of the exterior of Arthur Friedheim's private teaching studio, located on Riverside Drive in Manhattan (New York City).
Statement (Inglenook Tea Rooms)
Statement of accounts from "Inglenook Tea Rooms", listing various expenses incurred by the Friedheims.
Reproduction of a photograph of Madeleine Friedheim.
(Liszt - Sonata)
Theme of Liszt's Piano Sonata in B minor, written in Arthur Friedheim's hand. The date marks a "musikfest" held in Weimar where Friedheim performed the sonata to critical acclaim.
[Madeleine and Eric Friedheim]
Photograph of Madeleine Friedheim and son Eric taken in Munich (Germany). During this period (1914 - 1919), Madeleine and Eric were unable to join Arthur Friedheim in the United States because of their German surname.
Photograph of Mignon Friedheim (born circa 1898), daughter of Arthur and Madeleine Friedheim.
Photograph of Arthur Friedheim.
Passport of Arthur Friedheim
Passport of Arthur Friedheim (and of his wife, Madeleine), with a visa and a stamp from British passport control.