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Burton Bernstein to Leonard Bernstein, 1955 - 1956

Burton Bernstein to Leonard Bernstein, 1955 - 1956

excerpt: " the Omnibus show was magnificent and well-worthy of the triple-threat man then I heard that the Symphony of the Air concerts should be marvelous "

Letter from Leonard Bernstein to Helen Coates, 1955

Letter from Leonard Bernstein to Helen Coates, 1955

excerpt: "Tell [Paul Feigay] I want to do more Omnibus numbers this year." From: Correspondence Series

Letter from Helen Coates to Leonard Bernstein, May 19, 1955

Letter from Helen Coates to Leonard Bernstein, May 19, 1955

excerpt: "...they accept your fee of $2,000 a week [in Washington], so see how much they want you...[Paul Feigay] said then they wanted you to do several things on Omnibus this season and they were looking for ... more

David Diamond to Leonard Bernstein, March 8, 1960

David Diamond to Leonard Bernstein, March 8, 1960

excerpt: "It was so good of you to send me your book inscribed; and what a beautiful publishing job it is!! Also the Omnibus shows fascinated me, the ones on Bach and Beethoven A new string quartet is pouring out of me "

U.S. Reports: Skinner, Secretary of Transportation v. Mid-America Pipeline Co., 490 U.S. 212 (1989).

U.S. Reports: Skinner, Secretary of Transportation v. Mid-America Pipe...

Description: U.S. Reports Volume 490; October Term, 1988; Skinner, Secretary of Transportation v. Mid-America Pipeline Co.

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