A New West to Explore: The Story of the Portland (Oregon) Junior Symphony Orchestra and Jacques Gershkovitch Pioneers of a Great Artistic and Cultural Future for America.
Russell, Ronald.

Boston, Massachusetts: Marshall Jones Company, 1938. 9" x 6". 71pp. Dark purple paper covered boards with ivory linen spine with mild overall edge wear a VG+ copy. Number 61 of 200 signed by Jacques Gershkovitch. Illustrated with black and white photos. This is the story of how the Portland Junior Symphony Orchestra came to being; originally as the Irvington School Orchestra organized and directed by Mrs. Mary V. Dodge and 35 ambitious music students desire to become a full-fledged symphony orchestra. Hardcover (Item ID: 6334)

$20.00

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