Voyages and Travel
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject HeadingsScope Note: Created For = NAHSTE
Found in 200 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents Letter, 29 October 1930, Guilhermina Suggia to Donald Tovey. Requesting that Lady Tovey inform Tovey of the joy Suggia felt when playing with him and news of Suggia's trip back to Portugal. Holograph signed.
Scope and Contents Letter, 20 May 1937, Berlin, H. Warner to Donald Tovey. Thanking Tovey for his help in enabling the Berlin college of music singers to tour Scotland and England, inviting Tovey to a music festival in Berlin. Holograph signed.
Scope and Contents Letter, [n.d], Heinrich Swoboda to Donald Tovey. Discussing Tovey's plans to travel to Dresden and Prague to give concerts. Holograph signed.
Scope and Contents Letter, 9 November 1930, Massachusetts, Helen Hopekirk to Donald Tovey. Expressing enthusiasm over Tovey's visit to America. Holograph signed.
Scope and Contents Letter, 6 August 1936, Holland, Johannes and Julia Rontgen to Donald Tovey. News of journey to Holland, of Nicholas Roth's knowledge of Tovey's Haydn trio's, congratulating Tovey on the fine melody and beautiful harmony he has made of the Newman Hymn. Holograph signed.
Scope and Contents Letter, 18 May 1932, London, John P. Fletcher and Albert Schweitzer to Donald Tovey. Covering note from Fletcher outlining Schweitzer's plans and arrangements for his time in Edinburgh. Letter from Fletcher, Typescript signed; Letter from Schweitzer typescript signed.
Scope and Contents Letter, 26 March 1925, Cape Town, Leslie Heward to Donald Tovey. Requesting that Tovey help the Cape Town orchestra on their tour of Britain, especially their visit to Edinburgh. Holograph signed.
Scope and Contents Letter, , Paris, Louis Fleury to Donald Tovey. Commenting on Tovey's trip to America and concerts in Paris and Edinburgh. Holograph signed, with black and white photograph of a man looking puzzled stuck to top of p.1.
Scope and Contents Letter, 26 October 1924, California, Maud Fletcher to Donald Tovey. Outlining Mrs. Gould's funding for Tovey, and the difficulties faced in arranging concerts for Tovey. Holograph signed.