Manuscript/Mixed Material [ For Lars Schmidt], 8 April 1964

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[ For Lars Schmidt], 8 April 1964
Contributor Names
Schmidt, Lars (recipient)
Subject Headings
-  Sunday in New York
-  Memo from regarding "Sunday in New York" (Content)
-  Courtesy of: Yanne Norup and Kristian Schmidt (Copyright Notice)
Music Division
LC Classification
Box 34/Folder 30
Online Format
online text
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IIIF Presentation Manifest
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