Manuscript/Mixed Material Adolph Green and Betty Comden to Leonard Bernstein, February 19, 1944
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- Adolph Green and Betty Comden to Leonard Bernstein, February 19, 1944
- Subject Headings
- - Comden, Betty
- - Green, Adolph
- - excerpt: "Your project receiving our careful consideration "
- 1 page.
- Music Division
- Shelf Location
- Box/Folder 25/21
- Access Condition
- Courtesy Phyllis Newman Green
- Online Format
- Correspondence. 1 page. | excerpt: "Your project receiving our careful consideration "
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- IIIF Presentation Manifest
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