Manuscript/Mixed Material Felicia Bernstein to Leonard Bernstein, n.d.
About this Item
- Felicia Bernstein to Leonard Bernstein, n.d.
- Subject Headings
- - Bernstein, Felicia
- - Family
- - Gay rights/AIDS/Sexuality
- - Social Causes
- - excerpt: "If I seemed sad...it was...because I was left alone to face myself and the whole bloody mess which is our "connubial" life You are a homosexual and may never change let's relax in the knowledge that neither of us is perfect and forget about being HUSBAND AND WIFE in such strained capital letters..."
- 3 pages.
- Music Division
- Shelf Location
- Box/Folder 60A/16-18
- Access Condition
- Courtesy Ms. Nina Bernstein, President, The Leonard Bernstein Office, Inc., 121 West 27th St., Suite 1104, New York, NY 10001
- Online Format
- Additional Metadata Formats
- METSXML Record
- IIIF Presentation Manifest
- Manifest (JSON/LD)
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The following items are included in The Leonard Bernstein Collection ca. 1920-1989, with the permission as noted:
Bernstein Family Correspondence
Bernstein Photo Gallery, 1920s-1942
Bernstein Photo Gallery, 1943-1945
Bernstein Photo Gallery, 1946
Bernstein Photo Gallery, 1947
Bernstein Photo Gallery, 1948
Bernstein Photo Gallery, 1949
Bernstein Photo Gallery, 1950-1953
Bernstein Photo Gallery, 1955-1957
Bernstein Photo Gallery, 1960s
Bernstein Photo Gallery, 1970s
Bernstein Photo Gallery, 1980s
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