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William Howard Schuman to Leonard Bernstein, September 9, 1960

William Howard Schuman to Leonard Bernstein, September 9, 1960

excerpt: "Dr. and Mrs. William Schuman accept with pleasure the invitation of Mr. Leonard Bernstein to join the honorary committee for the Isaac Stern Dinner on October 23."

Leonard Bernstein to William Howard Schuman and Frankie Schuman, August 26, 1960

Leonard Bernstein to William Howard Schuman and Frankie Schuman, Augus...

excerpt: "I cordially invite you to join an Honorary Committee to pay tribute to one of the outstanding artists of our time -- Isaac Stern a Dinner-Concert to be held on October 23rd, 1960."

Leonard Bernstein plays a drum and enjoys a local concert with former Palmach members in Israel, 1957
Letter from Leonard Bernstein to Helen Coates, March 26, 1955

Letter from Leonard Bernstein to Helen Coates, March 26, 1955

excerpt: "Opening program prefer Schumin [sic] overture Serenale [sic] with Stern Foss Song of Songs with Tourel Copland Lincoln Portrait with big name Hollywood actor..." From: Correspondence Series

Philharmonic Hall, spring 1964. With Isaac Stern

Philharmonic Hall, spring 1964. With Isaac Stern

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Leonard Bernstein with Isaac Stern after Rochester Philharmonic concert, February 27, 1947
Letter from Helen Coates to Leonard Bernstein, 1955

Letter from Helen Coates to Leonard Bernstein, 1955

excerpt: "Thrilled with remendous [sic] success Serenade Isaac Marvellous audience love it..." From: Correspondence Series

Letter from Helen Coates to Leonard Bernstein, March 28, 1955

Letter from Helen Coates to Leonard Bernstein, March 28, 1955

excerpt: "[Wynn R.] has engaged Isaac Stern to play your SERENADE...Snedaker seemed interested in your Woody Herman piece..." From: Correspondence Series

Leonard Bernstein conducting with Isaac Stern as soloist, 1956

Leonard Bernstein conducting with Isaac Stern as soloist, 1956

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Leonard Bernstein and Isaac Stern after a performance of Mozart, October 12, 1955
Leonard and Felicia Bernstein, Isaac Stern with Gershon Agron, mayor of Jerusalem, 1957
Leonard Bernstein and Isaac Stern, recording session for Serenade, 1955
Leonard Bernstein and Isaac Stern, Venice, September 1954

Leonard Bernstein and Isaac Stern, Venice, September 1954

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Letter from Helen Coates to Leonard Bernstein, March 28, 1955

Letter from Helen Coates to Leonard Bernstein, March 28, 1955

excerpt: "[Wynn R.] has engaged Isaac Stern to play your SERENADE...Snedaker seemed interested in your Woody Herman piece..." From: Correspondence Series

Leonard Bernstein conducting with Isaac Stern as soloist, 1956

Leonard Bernstein conducting with Isaac Stern as soloist, 1956

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Leonard Bernstein and Isaac Stern, recording session for Serenade, 1955
Leonard Bernstein and Isaac Stern after a performance of Mozart, October 12, 1955
Leonard Bernstein and Isaac Stern, Venice, September 1954

Leonard Bernstein and Isaac Stern, Venice, September 1954

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Leonard and Felicia Bernstein, Isaac Stern with Gershon Agron, mayor of Jerusalem, 1957

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