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Article by Karl Dienstbach, undated

Article by Karl Dienstbach, undated

Coptic Music: Description of the Corpus and Present Musical Practice; The Divine Liturgy and Offerings of Incense; The Canonical Hours; and The Service of Psalmodia

Coptic Music: Description of the Corpus and Present Musical Practice; The Divine Liturgy and Offerings of Incense; The Canonical Hours; and The Service of Psalmodia

Clippings of an article on Arnold Genthe by Joseph Gregor and an article from Die Bühne

Clippings of an article on Arnold Genthe by Joseph Gregor and an article from Die Bühne

Article by Mabel Hubbard Bell, 1909

Article by Mabel Hubbard Bell, 1909

Article, undated

Article, undated

[ News Release by Rogers & Cowan, Inc., June 1, 1986]

[ News Release by Rogers & Cowan, Inc., June 1, 1986]

The Young and Elder Goatherd

The  Young and Elder Goatherd

[ Press kit for "The Danny Kaye Show" March 8, 1967]

[ Press kit for "The Danny Kaye Show" March 8, 1967]

[ News Release - Carter Barron Amphitheatre, 1968]

[ News Release - Carter Barron Amphitheatre, 1968]

News from Hunter - Sylvia and Danny Kaye Playhouse at Hunter College, Fact Sheet

News from Hunter - Sylvia and Danny Kaye Playhouse at Hunter College, Fact Sheet

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