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The letters contain a medical prescription and business letters, an answer from Edward MacDowell concerning a concert in Atlanta, and a letter of appreciation from the Atlanta Music Club.
Post cards to Louise Barili and a letter to the National Committee for Music Appreciation in which Emily Barili discussed Alfredo Barili's career and her and Louise's role in aiding him.
This folder contains a thank-you note from Albert Payson Terhune for poems sent by Emily Barili; a letter asking Emily to get Alfredo Barili to clarify points in Adelina Patti's career and to reminisce about the past; also a signed post card of Johanna Godski.
These are letters written to Emily and Louise Barili, offering Louise a position to teach music in Jacksonville, Florida, at the School of Musical Art.
The letters mainly deal with Louise Barili's family and Vezin relations. Louise wrote during three visits to Adelina Patti, in 1906, 1911, and 1914. One letter and reply concern Mrs. Beach (see Folder 2-28). Another letter is a copy of the reply Louise Barili sent to Baron Rolf Cederstrom thanking him for sending Aunt Adelina Patti's broach to her, the same broach that Queen Victoria gave to Adelina after the 1895 recital at Windsor Castle.
These letters contain an off er of employment at Judson College, Marion, Alabama; fan mail; and thank-you notes from Adelai Stevenson and Winston Churchill, via the British Ambassador, with newsclippings. The folder also contains letters from the Atlanta Journal and Channel 5 CBS WAGA-TV about a television appearance.
Letters to Louise Barili about music by a professional musician. See also folders 1-22 through 1-24 for more information about her and 3-10 for photographs.
The letters written to Louise Barili by Patti's godchild and secretary concern music and writing. They also contain reminiscences and condolences about Adelina Patti after her death.
Babo wrote of Uncle Charley (Vezin) painting her portrait, of dancing, and Dishie's recital.
This material contains a post card about a family vacation in Pennsylvania, Viola Barili's wedding invitation, and an unidentified message written on Artaud stationery.
Letters are from Emily Barili's side of the family, the Vezins and Hasenclevers. The Hasenclevers wrote of family matters and Richard's death. Emily's uncle Hermann Vezin commented about the acting profession, had opinions about Adelina Patti, and constantly complained of having no money. Her brother Charles was an artist and encouraged Louise to continue writing her poetry.
The 1836 letter is signed "Lina" and could be Emily's mother. The 1886 letter is identified as "From old Katy," possibly a servant or older relative.