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Letter from Frances Schillinger to composer Henry Cowell, noting that she is "delighted that you offered to talk personally to publishers about Joseph's music. If you could take enough time to do this, I would have hopes ...
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."
Receipt from the New York Times Company, recording that composer Henry Cowell was paid for his article "Case for system" that appeared in the Sunday Section of the newspaper.
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 ...
Letter from composer Henry Cowell to Frances Schillinger, advising her on possible publishing houses with which to place her late husband's work: "What to do now should be given careful thought, and is partly owing to what ...
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 - ...
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."
Postcard from composer Henry Cowell to Joseph Schillinger: "I am glad t0 have the card on your article on Swing, and shall look it up with interest."
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 ...
Letter from composer Henry Cowell to Frances Schillinger, starting that "I stand to do all I can for the [Schillinger] System, of course."