00014 Felix Salmond and Leonard Rose, circa 1938
1726 Locust St, Curtis main building
- Creation: circa 1938
- Henle, Fritz, 1909-1993 (Person)
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Biographical / Historical
This image is from the series shot for the photographic essay, 'Music: Ten Million Americans become musically Literate,' published in LIFE magazine, December 12, 1938.
1 Photographic Prints : b/w ; 5.75 x 6.5 inches
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