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Letter from Helen Coates to Leonard & Felicia Bernstein, November 27, 1951

Letter from Helen Coates to Leonard & Felicia Bernstein, November 27, ...

excerpt: "I wrote you that Weisgal wanted my help in getting some music for the Weizman dinner on Nov. 29th..." From: Correspondence Series

Letter from Helen Coates to Leonard & Felicia Bernstein, October 26, 1951

Letter from Helen Coates to Leonard & Felicia Bernstein, October 26, 1...

excerpt: "Have you corrected [the proofs of your new song] yet? When you do, send them to me and I will get them to Schirmer's..." From: Correspondence Series

Letter from Felicia Bernstein to Helen Coates, August 30, 1954

Letter from Felicia Bernstein to Helen Coates, August 30, 1954

excerpt: "It's such a comfort to know you're there and in charge--" From: Correspondence Series

Letter from Leonard Bernstein to Felicia Bernstein, May 27, 1955

Letter from Leonard Bernstein to Felicia Bernstein, May 27, 1955

excerpt: "Hold the fort baby in position but I'm not wait for me..." From: Correspondence Series

Letter from Leonard & Felicia Bernstein to Helen Coates, 1957

Letter from Leonard & Felicia Bernstein to Helen Coates, 1957

excerpt: "Happy and well magnificent weather charming hotel" From: Correspondence Series

Letter from Leonard Bernstein to Felicia Bernstein, February 19, 1957

Letter from Leonard Bernstein to Felicia Bernstein, February 19, 1957

excerpt: "Be as beautiful and gifted as you are" From: Correspondence Series

Letter from Leonard Bernstein to Felicia Bernstein, August 11, 1957

Letter from Leonard Bernstein to Felicia Bernstein, August 11, 1957

excerpt: "We had our first run-thru [of West Side Story] for PEOPLE yesterday, & it was a smash." From: Correspondence Series

Letter from Leonard & Felicia Bernstein to Helen Coates, November 2, 1953

Letter from Leonard & Felicia Bernstein to Helen Coates, November 2, 1...

excerpt: "Please relay following Darling Annalou we are speechless with grief be brave" From: Correspondence Series

Letter from Leonard Bernstein to Felicia Bernstein, n.d.

Letter from Leonard Bernstein to Felicia Bernstein, n.d.

excerpt: "Now two days here (Mozart Concerto, Prokofieff Fifth) then on to Florence..." From: Correspondence Series

Letter from Leonard Bernstein to Felicia Bernstein, February 6, 1972

Letter from Leonard Bernstein to Felicia Bernstein, February 6, 1972

excerpt: "Fifty is nothing but twice twenty-five..." From: Correspondence Series

Letter from Leonard & Felicia Bernstein to Helen Coates, April 3, 1955

Letter from Leonard & Felicia Bernstein to Helen Coates, April 3, 1955

excerpt: "Off to Capri--what can we say of Pompei? Too wonderful." From: Correspondence Series

Lukas Foss to Leonard and Felicia Bernstein, December 22, 1960

Lukas Foss to Leonard and Felicia Bernstein, December 22, 1960

excerpt: "...wants you to have this little illegal Christmas gift. "Illegal" because it is poor & unauthorized advance copy of 3 out of 7 pieces which will be brought out by RCA sometime when they get around to it "

Burton Bernstein to Leonard and Felicia Bernstein and family, January 7, 1960

Burton Bernstein to Leonard and Felicia Bernstein and family, January ...

excerpt: "I won at poker Jamie and Alexander are fine "

Letter from Felicia Bernstein to Olga Koussevitzky, September 23, 1952

Letter from Felicia Bernstein to Olga Koussevitzky, September 23, 1952

excerpt: "...thank you also for your wire of congratulations." From: Correspondence Series

Letter from Leonard Bernstein to Felicia Bernstein, n.d.

Letter from Leonard Bernstein to Felicia Bernstein, n.d.

excerpt: "Serenade socko but not with critics" From: Correspondence Series

Letter from Leonard Bernstein to Felicia Bernstein, April 1972

Letter from Leonard Bernstein to Felicia Bernstein, April 1972

excerpt: "Three days of trying to make sense of Norton's with Mary & Tom..." From: Correspondence Series

Letter from Leonard & Felicia Bernstein to Helen Coates, December 23, 1964

Letter from Leonard & Felicia Bernstein to Helen Coates, December 23, ...

excerpt: "Safe sound miss Nina..." From: Correspondence Series

Letter from Helen Coates to Leonard & Felicia Bernstein, March 9, 1955

Letter from Helen Coates to Leonard & Felicia Bernstein, March 9, 1955

excerpt: "Felicia will have arrived when this letter reaches you..." From: Correspondence Series

Letter from Leonard Bernstein to Felicia Bernstein, September 9, 1968

Letter from Leonard Bernstein to Felicia Bernstein, September 9, 1968

excerpt: "It comes with my seventeen-year old love and gratitude..." From: Correspondence Series

Leonard and Felicia Bernstein to Stephen Sondheim, March 22, 1967

Leonard and Felicia Bernstein to Stephen Sondheim, March 22, 1967

excerpt: " when you come to see us in Italy you won't be a sheer disgrace. We love you!"

David Diamond to Leonard and Felicia Bernstein, January 25, 1958

David Diamond to Leonard and Felicia Bernstein, January 25, 1958

excerpt: "I'm sure you have my letter How did the recording go? Not a word from D.O. Or anyone at Columbia. When does Felicia do Joan?"

Burton Bernstein to Leonard and Felicia Bernstein and family, January 7, 1960

Burton Bernstein to Leonard and Felicia Bernstein and family, January ...

excerpt: "I won at poker Jamie and Alexander are fine "

Letter from Leonard Bernstein to Felicia Bernstein, May 20, 1955

Letter from Leonard Bernstein to Felicia Bernstein, May 20, 1955

excerpt: "Ok cadillac if it doesn't break us" From: Correspondence Series

Marc Blitzstein to Leonard and Felicia Bernstein, July 19, 1952

Marc Blitzstein to Leonard and Felicia Bernstein, July 19, 1952

excerpt: " what a fine time I have been having recently. The "Regina" concert started, really sparked, the sense of well-being; then Brandeis and the "Threepenny"; then Mina's; then Tanglewood and you-all."

Letter from Felicia Bernstein to Helen Coates, March 21, 1960

Letter from Felicia Bernstein to Helen Coates, March 21, 1960

excerpt: "...it all went very well and was enthusiastically received." From: Correspondence Series

Letter from Felicia Bernstein to Helen Coates, December 13, 1963

Letter from Felicia Bernstein to Helen Coates, December 13, 1963

excerpt: "It has been an unbelievable experience we are all exhausted!" From: Correspondence Series

Letter from Leonard & Felicia Bernstein to Helen Coates, December 8, 1963

Letter from Leonard & Felicia Bernstein to Helen Coates, December 8, 1...

excerpt: "Premiere postponed tuesday night please advise parents..." From: Correspondence Series

Letter from Leonard & Felicia Bernstein to Helen Coates, June 1965

Letter from Leonard & Felicia Bernstein to Helen Coates, June 1965

excerpt: "We are winding up our trip at this beautiful hotel Antumalal in the South of Chile..." From: Correspondence Series

Letter from Leonard & Felicia Bernstein to Helen Coates, April 13, 1966

Letter from Leonard & Felicia Bernstein to Helen Coates, April 13, 196...

excerpt: "Have moved to Savoy all is well..." From: Correspondence Series

Letter from Leonard Bernstein to Felicia Bernstein, September 9, 1966

Letter from Leonard Bernstein to Felicia Bernstein, September 9, 1966

excerpt: "...118 adds up to 10 which adds up to ONE, which we are, I hope." From: Correspondence Series

Letter from Felicia Bernstein to Helen Coates, April 1969

Letter from Felicia Bernstein to Helen Coates, April 1969

excerpt: "It's been absolute heaven--quiet, restful and everyone so dear!..." From: Correspondence Series

Leonard and Felicia Bernstein to David Diamond, n.d
Letter from Felicia Bernstein to Helen Coates, November 20, 1970

Letter from Felicia Bernstein to Helen Coates, November 20, 1970

excerpt: "England touches me deeply..." From: Correspondence Series

Letter from Helen Coates to Leonard & Felicia Bernstein, June 13, 1973

Letter from Helen Coates to Leonard & Felicia Bernstein, June 13, 1973

excerpt: "Concerts a big success, but audiences not as demostrative as in U.S." From: Correspondence Series

Letter from Felicia Bernstein to Helen Coates, February 6, 1968

Letter from Felicia Bernstein to Helen Coates, February 6, 1968

excerpt: "I hear we were very well received--" From: Correspondence Series

Felicia Bernstein to Leonard Bernstein, n.d

Felicia Bernstein to Leonard Bernstein, n.d

excerpt: "Guess whose typewriter this is Fink is kicking away we played the end of Freichutz Shirley, Burtie and meself "

Letter from Felicia Bernstein to Helen Coates, December 14, 1951

Letter from Felicia Bernstein to Helen Coates, December 14, 1951

excerpt: "...Merry Xmas." From: Correspondence Series

Letter from Leonard Bernstein to Felicia Bernstein, April 25, 1958

Letter from Leonard Bernstein to Felicia Bernstein, April 25, 1958

excerpt: "Cant stop thinking talking of last nights wonder. Every note and word in mind." From: Correspondence Series

William Howard Schuman to Leonard and Felicia Bernstein, October 17, 1952
Leonard and Felicia Bernstein, at the pool, 1958

Leonard and Felicia Bernstein, at the pool, 1958

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Burton Bernstein to Leonard and Felicia Bernstein, 1955

Burton Bernstein to Leonard and Felicia Bernstein, 1955

excerpt: "I am going to Trinidad for ten days over Christmas, with a short stay in Venezuela sorry to hear of Shirley's decline."

Letter from Felicia Bernstein to Helen Coates, April 23, 1947

Letter from Felicia Bernstein to Helen Coates, April 23, 1947

excerpt: "Such beautiful flowers..." From: Correspondence Series

Marc Blitzstein to Leonard and Felicia Bernstein, October 31, 1953

Marc Blitzstein to Leonard and Felicia Bernstein, October 31, 1953

excerpt: "Helen assured me you hadn't been gobbled up by the Jordan massacrists Reuben, the rummy rogue, is finished; or about finished"

Letter from Leonard & Felicia Bernstein to Helen Coates, May 20, 1958

Letter from Leonard & Felicia Bernstein to Helen Coates, May 20, 1958

excerpt: "First concert Santiago glorious triumph..." From: Correspondence Series

Jerome Robbins to Leonard and Felicia Bernstein, November 30, 1956

Jerome Robbins to Leonard and Felicia Bernstein, November 30, 1956

excerpt: "Many thanks for the good wishes on opening night. If it's a question of twins I'm sure the second is going to be much more talented and successful in all departments."

Leonard and Felicia Bernstein, 1962

Leonard and Felicia Bernstein, 1962

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Letter from Leonard & Felicia Bernstein to Helen Coates, December 14, 1953

Letter from Leonard & Felicia Bernstein to Helen Coates, December 14, ...

excerpt: "Dear Jamie couldn't wait home Wednesday TWA flight 907" From: Correspondence Series

Letter from Felicia Bernstein to Helen Coates, December 1975

Letter from Felicia Bernstein to Helen Coates, December 1975

excerpt: "An official `thank you' from us all Yum, yum!!" From: Correspondence Series

Letter from Leonard Bernstein to Felicia Bernstein, September 9, 1951

Letter from Leonard Bernstein to Felicia Bernstein, September 9, 1951

excerpt: "...I know we are beginning a beautiful life..." From: Correspondence Series

Letter from Helen Coates to Felicia Bernstein, March 31, 1955

Letter from Helen Coates to Felicia Bernstein, March 31, 1955

excerpt: "...a cable came yesterday from Santiago, asking if [Lenny] could conduct four concerts in Santiago..." From: Correspondence Series

Burton Bernstein to Leonard and Felicia Bernstein, 1955

Burton Bernstein to Leonard and Felicia Bernstein, 1955

excerpt: "I am going to Trinidad for ten days over Christmas, with a short stay in Venezuela sorry to hear of Shirley's decline."

Letter from Leonard Bernstein to Felicia Bernstein, December 1958

Letter from Leonard Bernstein to Felicia Bernstein, December 1958

excerpt: "And this one for your heart" From: Correspondence Series

Letter from Leonard & Felicia Bernstein to Helen Coates, July 25, 1967

Letter from Leonard & Felicia Bernstein to Helen Coates, July 25, 1967

excerpt: "Belated but loving birthday wishes..." From: Correspondence Series

Letter from Helen Coates to Leonard & Felicia Bernstein, January 8, 1952

Letter from Helen Coates to Leonard & Felicia Bernstein, January 8, 19...

excerpt: "Merce [Cuningham] has called me to tell me about his visit to Brandeis last Friday." From: Correspondence Series

Letter from Leonard & Felicia Bernstein to Helen Coates, August 17, 1959

Letter from Leonard & Felicia Bernstein to Helen Coates, August 17, 19...

excerpt: "Salzburg greatest triumph yet..." From: Correspondence Series

Letter from Leonard & Felicia Bernstein to Helen Coates, 1957

Letter from Leonard & Felicia Bernstein to Helen Coates, 1957

excerpt: "Still no mail please cable all or contact Jerry Robbins immediately about Riffs" From: Correspondence Series

Letter from Felicia Bernstein to Burton Bernstein, December 1951

Letter from Felicia Bernstein to Burton Bernstein, December 1951

excerpt: "It's true, definite, irrevocable -- there's that old seed lodged in my womb and by next Sept. I will be proud to make you an uncle." From: Correspondence Series

Letter from Leonard Bernstein to Felicia Bernstein, May 27, 1955

Letter from Leonard Bernstein to Felicia Bernstein, May 27, 1955

excerpt: "...it was a job and a half teaching them the Serenade and the Berlioz..." From: Correspondence Series

Letter from Leonard & Felicia Bernstein to Helen Coates, March 2, 1955

Letter from Leonard & Felicia Bernstein to Helen Coates, March 2, 1955

excerpt: "...we drove to Florence, stayed at David's..." From: Correspondence Series

Letter from Leonard Bernstein to Felicia Bernstein, September 9, 1954

Letter from Leonard Bernstein to Felicia Bernstein, September 9, 1954

excerpt: "Miss you terribly tonight of all nights" From: Correspondence Series

David Diamond to Leonard and Felicia Bernstein, September 7, 1976

David Diamond to Leonard and Felicia Bernstein, September 7, 1976

excerpt: "I'm almost certain that this year it will be twenty-five years since you married. In our civilization and society, that is an anniversary, and one to be celebrated."

Letter from Felicia Bernstein to Helen Coates, December 26, 1969

Letter from Felicia Bernstein to Helen Coates, December 26, 1969

excerpt: "...it was a sweet, warm, old-fashioned Christmas." From: Correspondence Series

Marc Blitzstein to Leonard and Felicia Bernstein, December 1, 1960

Marc Blitzstein to Leonard and Felicia Bernstein, December 1, 1960

excerpt: "I have found me a dream-flat - an eagle's nest just by the Piazza Colonna And, at the moment, wildly happy I went with the Fedele d'Amico to the dress of the Stravinsky concert "

Letter from Leonard Bernstein to Felicia Bernstein, April 21, 1955

Letter from Leonard Bernstein to Felicia Bernstein, April 21, 1955

excerpt: "The Scala has still not made up its old mind about dates of the remaining Bohemes and Sonnambs...to Paris to see Lillian and Gene Kelly (the new brainstorm for Candide)." From: Correspondence Series

Felicia Bernstein pregnant, 1952

Felicia Bernstein pregnant, 1952

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Letter from Leonard Bernstein to Felicia Bernstein, March 15, 1977

Letter from Leonard Bernstein to Felicia Bernstein, March 15, 1977

excerpt: "You are elegant, intelligent, strong, graceful and *witty. Enjoy!" From: Correspondence Series

Letter from Leonard & Felicia Bernstein to Helen Coates, August 24, 1959

Letter from Leonard & Felicia Bernstein to Helen Coates, August 24, 19...

excerpt: "...cousin uncle both fine..." From: Correspondence Series

Letter from Leonard & Felicia Bernstein to Helen Coates, July 15, 1964

Letter from Leonard & Felicia Bernstein to Helen Coates, July 15, 1964

excerpt: "Happy trip happy birthday and many more of both..." From: Correspondence Series

Letter from Helen Coates to Felicia Bernstein, November 13, 1951

Letter from Helen Coates to Felicia Bernstein, November 13, 1951

excerpt: "I know what it must mean to you to such a friend in Martha [Gellhorn]." From: Correspondence Series

Letter from Felicia Bernstein to Helen Coates, December 1971

Letter from Felicia Bernstein to Helen Coates, December 1971

excerpt: "Xmas seems very far away but I want to thank you for the future dogwood..." From: Correspondence Series

Burton Bernstein to Leonard and Felicia Bernstein, May 29, 1958

Burton Bernstein to Leonard and Felicia Bernstein, May 29, 1958

excerpt: "I attended Jamie's promotion ceremonies this morning with H. Coates she performed magnificently as a "white horse" "

Letter from Felicia Bernstein to Burton Bernstein, 1953

Letter from Felicia Bernstein to Burton Bernstein, 1953

excerpt: "Orchids for Miss Bakwitz before you can say ape shall go for broke" From: Correspondence Series

Letter from Leonard Bernstein to Felicia Bernstein, n.d.

Letter from Leonard Bernstein to Felicia Bernstein, n.d.

excerpt: "Now begins the piano nightmare...And I still can't memorize the Bartok..." From: Correspondence Series

Burton Bernstein to Felicia Bernstein, August 19, 1957

Burton Bernstein to Felicia Bernstein, August 19, 1957

excerpt: "Yesterday I received your latest epistle of misery "

Letter from Felicia Bernstein to Helen Coates, January 22, 1947

Letter from Felicia Bernstein to Helen Coates, January 22, 1947

excerpt: "...your friendship means so much to me...there will probably be very hard times ahead I know that, but good times too, please help us have them -- if you can." From: Correspondence Series

Felicia Bernstein to David Diamond, April 1955
Letter from Helen Coates to Leonard & Felicia Bernstein, March 14, 1955

Letter from Helen Coates to Leonard & Felicia Bernstein, March 14, 195...

excerpt: "...you had accepted the reduced version of th [Hollywood] Festival...[Billy Rose] wanted to know what was happening with your CANDIDE...[your performance of Sonnambula] was the first time television c... more

Burton Bernstein to Felicia Bernstein, July 19, 1957

Burton Bernstein to Felicia Bernstein, July 19, 1957

excerpt: " I miss you...B. Lennuhhtt is overworked, palid and crazy-with-the-heat very depressed after you left "

Felicia Bernstein to Leonard Bernstein, n.d

Felicia Bernstein to Leonard Bernstein, n.d

excerpt: "Naturally your letter arrived just after my cable - such a delicious newsy letter Rome sounds like a perfect dream My mother called from Chile to announce she's coming next month "

Felicia Bernstein to Leonard Bernstein, n.d

Felicia Bernstein to Leonard Bernstein, n.d

excerpt: "Since my last tearful outburst at the Warwick I have felt wonderful - you've been an angel, thoughtful, tender, and affectionate you once promised me never to make love unless you really desired it Th... more

Burton Bernstein to Leonard and Felicia Bernstein, September 16, 1959

Burton Bernstein to Leonard and Felicia Bernstein, September 16, 1959

excerpt: "The New Yorker has graciously consented to buy, and even, perhaps, print - my latest short story how wonderful it all sounds - being in Russia "

Shirley Bernstein to Leonard and Felicia Bernstein, n.d

Shirley Bernstein to Leonard and Felicia Bernstein, n.d

excerpt: "Took all the kids to very nice Dr. Lehman. Nina weighs 14 and a half lbs, Jamie 70, and Axel 46 The puppies are wonderfully dear, and magically well-behaved."

Felicia Bernstein to Verna Fine, n.d

Felicia Bernstein to Verna Fine, n.d

The Irving Fine Collection

Letter from Helen Coates to Leonard & Felicia Bernstein, December 13, 1951

Letter from Helen Coates to Leonard & Felicia Bernstein, December 13, ...

excerpt: "...about Brandeis, I finally saw Merce Cunningham yesterday...I received a call from Peter Adler at NBC the other day. He would like to know whether you would consider letting them produce your opera... more

Lukas Foss to Leonard and Felicia Bernstein, December 17, 1961

Lukas Foss to Leonard and Felicia Bernstein, December 17, 1961

excerpt: "Your adorable Christmas card reminded me how much I love the B's quite a performance - perhaps too beautiful "

Felicia Bernstein to David Diamond, August 16, 1968
Felicia Bernstein to Leonard Bernstein, n.d

Felicia Bernstein to Leonard Bernstein, n.d

excerpt: "Think of it. Two years exclamation point me lau du scruples "

Lukas Foss to Leonard and Felicia Bernstein, March 29, 195?

Lukas Foss to Leonard and Felicia Bernstein, March 29, 195?

excerpt: "I hear nothing but superlatives about the show. Congrats. I knew you'd do it again. How did the wild section go over (Woody Herman? And how is the merchant coming? I would like to tell you both about... more

Felicia Bernstein to Leonard Bernstein, August 22 missing last page

Felicia Bernstein to Leonard Bernstein, August 22 missing last page

excerpt: "It isn't everybody who has a birthday in the Far East and Far West same times..I still miss you violently, but convinced I was right to stay behind."

Felicia Bernstein to Leonard Bernstein, n.d

Felicia Bernstein to Leonard Bernstein, n.d

excerpt: "Maddening that you didn't hear me on the phone - What I wanted to tell you was that the trip by far was absolutely divine - perhaps the most beautiful I've ever taken Arturo and Alexander are seeing t... more

Felicia Bernstein to Leonard Bernstein, n.d

Felicia Bernstein to Leonard Bernstein, n.d

excerpt: "It was so good to hear your voice - how maddening that the mail is so damn slow - wrote you almost a week ago!...I can well understand your trip to Israel but find it a great pity that it shortens you... more

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