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Edward MacDowell Colony 1952

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Perry, Bernice B.
Rolick, Esther G.
Edward MacDowell Association
Peterborough, N.H.
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1 photographic print : b&w ; 21 x 26 cm.
Identification on verso (handwritten): Edward MacDowell Colony, Peterboro, N.H. 1952
Back from left to right - Claudio Spies chilean composer, Arthur Cohn musicologist, Louise Talma composer, Nicolao Lopotnikof )composer) and his wife Sally (poet), Hyde Solomon Ramber, Fred Sternberg musicologist, Elizabeth Sargent witer and biographer, Louis Kronberg, ?, Irene Orgel English poet who wrote "Hoofbeats of Happiness" upon seeing my patg "Peace", May Swenson poet.
Front standing from right to left Irving Fine composer, Jean Gould writer biographer, Esther G. Rolick painter, Mark Bucci composer, Georgia or Georgine Wiche who married the translator Willard Trask and eventually committed suicide, composer and conductor Jack Auschlaraf, then a writer ?, painter > then Alec Waugh English writer, ?, Paul des Marrais composer.
Edward MacDowell Colony 1952, 1952 / Bernice B. Perry, photographer. Esther G. Rolick papers, 1941-1985. Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution.
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