Subject Source: Local sourcesScope Note: Created For = NAHSTE
Found in 1130 Collections and/or Records:
Letter to Unknown from Clement Templeton, c1900
Scope and Contents Letter, [n.d], Clement Templeton to Unknown. Informing the recipient that Joachim was so impressed by a musicians [Tovey's] playing and that Templeton was impressed by Tovey's playing Brahms. Holograph signed.
Letter to Unknown from E. W. Clapperton, c1920
Scope and Contents Letter, [n.d], Glasgow, E. W. Clapperton to Unknown. Asking if Tovey wants to stay with Clapperton and informing the recipient that Clapperton is keen to talk about musical matters with Tovey. Holograph signed.
Letter to Unknown from Joseph Joachim, 11 February 1905
Scope and Contents Letter, 11 February 1905, Berlin, Joseph Joachim to Unknown. Discussing plans for Tovey to attend Joachim's London Concert and to visit him at his sister-in-laws. Dictated signed.
Dates: 11 February 1905
Letter to unknown from [Robert Calverley Trevelyan], c1900
Scope and Contents Letter, [Trevelyan] to unknown. Discussing comments made to Mrs. Strecker concerning Tovey's methods of working. Holograph, incomplete.
Letter to Unknown from William Strecker, c1911
Scope and Contents Letter, [n.d], William Strecker to Unknown. Informing the recipient that Strecker is to visit Godley and Denman, and a discussion of marketing a forthcoming concert series. Typescript signed, incomplete, top half of letter missing.
Letter to Unknown [ Sir Donald Francis Tovey ] from Frank Morley Fletcher, c1920
Scope and Contents Letter, [n.d], California, Frank Morley Fletcher to Unknown [ Donald Tovey]. Describing the musical situation in Santa Barbara, informing the recipient of Mrs. Clara Gould's patronage. Holograph signed, incomplete.
Letters during last illness, 1960
Identifier: BAI 1/17/49
Scope and Contents Letters from friends and colleagues, received by John Baillie and his wife during his final illness.
Letters from Annie Baillie and Donald Macpherson Baillie, 1911-1935
Identifier: BAI 1/19/1
Scope and Contents Letters to John Baillie from his mother Annie Baillie and his brother Donald Macpherson Baillie, and primarily covering the period when John Baillie was based in Canada and the United States.
Letters from Florence Fowler, 1909-1930
Identifier: BAI 2/1/3
Scope and Contents Letters to Florence Jewel Baillie from her mother, Florence Fowler, covering personal, family and social matters.
Letters from Florence Jewel Baillie, 1917-1959
Identifier: BAI 1/19/2
Scope and Contents Letters to John Baillie from his wife Florence Jewel Baillie