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to Alma Mahler, Correspondence : ca. 1937-1958.

Author: Dorothy Thompson; Hilda Auersperg
Edition/Format:   Archival material : German
Publication:Mahler-Werfel Papers. Folder 1214
Summary:
1 item reflects visits of Thompson and Sinclair Lewis with Alma Mahler and Franz Werfel, in Vienna and on the Semmering. The item from Auersperg was enclosing a card from Albrecht Montgelas (enclosure not included), whom she refers to as a friend of Alma Mahler; Thompson was trying to have a copy of Werfel's novel Das Lied von Bernadette sent to Montgelas, who was apparently a prisoner of war at the time in 1943.  Read more...
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Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Dorothy Thompson; Hilda Auersperg
OCLC Number: 155864608
Language Note: In German.
Notes: Includes 1 item from Auersperg on behalf of Thompson.
Description: 3 items (3 leaves)

Abstract:

1 item reflects visits of Thompson and Sinclair Lewis with Alma Mahler and Franz Werfel, in Vienna and on the Semmering. The item from Auersperg was enclosing a card from Albrecht Montgelas (enclosure not included), whom she refers to as a friend of Alma Mahler; Thompson was trying to have a copy of Werfel's novel Das Lied von Bernadette sent to Montgelas, who was apparently a prisoner of war at the time in 1943. The 3rd item is a Christmas card from Thompson in the year of Kopf's death, bearing a reproduction of his water-color sketch The Road to Bethlehem.

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