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Anonymous - unknown creator Brodsky, Anna (c.1855-1929), scientist, President of RMCM Club, writer
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Framed photograph of two unidentified gentlemen (Edvard Grieg?)

This framed photograph depicts two elderly gentlemen standing in what appears to be a park or garden. They are turned slightly towards each other, and neither is looking directly at the camera. A piece of paper is included with the photograph, w...

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Adolph Brodsky : pages 88-92 in The Strad

This article outlines Brodsky's biography and also mentions his violin, a fine Joseph Guarnerius del Gesu of 1735 and his bows, by Tourte, Hill and others. The article includes a list of Brodsky's most famous pupils. Much of the inform...

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Newscutting concerning amusing anecdotes by Anna Brodsky

The headline for this article reads: ‘Dr. Richter dines with a clown’. Mrs Brodsky has written a new book entitled Father Nicholas and other short stories [available from Sherratt and Hughes, price six shillings and sixpence {33.5p.}, post free]...

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Note for Anna Brodsky

A note to Anna Brodsky saying ‘Chicago Limited going East. Drink your health in champagne’. It is signed by a Brodsky, but the first two names are unclear.

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Cutting of Adolph Brodsky's entry in Who's Who

This cryptic outline of Brodsky covers his birth, education, marriage to Anna Skadovsky in 1880 and subsequent career as teacher and international performer. His recreation is given as chess and his clubs, London City Chess, Schiller Anstalt and ...

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Photograph of Anna Brodsky

This photograph may have been taken when Anna was suffering from partial paralysis in the early 1920s. She is seated outside on a wicker-work wheelchair. She wears a dark-coloured hat and has a shawl tucked in over her clothes. In her right hand ...

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Letter to Anna Brodsky

The letter is not divided into paragraphs. It is written in German hand with very occasional words in Roman letters. This letter to Anna Brodsky is written by a woman who has never met Anna although they do have friends in common. The poor woma...

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