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41. Hans Schwieger Hans Schwieger 1950 Informal partial frontal portrait of Hans Schwieger in tux on a couch.

42. Hans Schwieger Hans Schwieger 1950 Informal partial frontal portrait of Hans Schwieger in tux on a couch.

43. Hans Schwieger Hans Schwieger File contains a portrait of Hans Schwieger, conductor of the Kansas City Philharmonic Orchestra in the mid-1900s.

44. Hans Schwieger Hans Schwieger n.d. Portrait of Hans Schwieger, measuring 20 inches by 14 inches.

45. Hans Schwieger Hans Schwieger February/8/2000 Obituary of Hans Schwieger, the German-born conductor of the Kansas City Philharmonic (ca. 1907-2000) Orchestra from 1948 to 1971 and conductor of "many major orchestras in this country, including the...

46. Hans Schwieger Hans Schwieger N.d. Head and shoulders portrait of Hans Schwieger, conductor of the Kansas City Philharmonic Orchestra.

47. Hans Schwieger Hans Schwieger circa 1950 Seated pose of Hans Schwieger, musical director and conductor of the Kansas City Philharmonic Orchestra. Location no given.

48. Hans Schwieger Hans Schwieger circa 1955 Portrait of Hans Schwieger, conductor of the Kansas City Philharmonic Orchestra.

49. Hans Schwieger Hans Schwieger circa 1955 Portrait of Kansas City Philharmonic conductor Hans Schwieger.

50. Hans Schwieger Hans Schwieger circa 1960 Portrait of Kansas City Philharmonic Orchestra conductor Hans Schwieger.

51. Hans Schwieger with Children and Teenager Hans Schwieger with Children and Teenager Hans Schwieger with unidentified group of children and teenagers.

52. Hans Schwieger: 15 Years of Achievement Hans Schwieger: 15 Years of Achievement May//1962 Profile of Hans Schwieger and his musical career beginning in Germany.

53. Helen Traubel Helen Traubel circa 1940 Portrait of Metropolitan Opera soprano Helen Traubel.

54. How the Symphony Made It How the Symphony Made It September//1986 Story of the transition from the Kansas City Philharmonic to the Kansas City Symphony in the early 1980s.

55. How to Save an Orchestra How to Save an Orchestra July//1970 Article describing the possible "death throes" of the Philharmonic following criticism from "the city's Performing Arts Foundation."

56. Jascha Heifetz Jascha Heifetz circa 1945 Performance view of violinist Jascha Heifetz.

57. K. C. Philharmonic Takes a Giant Step: Budget Increase Called 'Turning Point in Philharmonic's History' K. C. Philharmonic Takes a Giant Step: Budget Increase Called 'Turning Point in Philharmonic's History' November 1965 Notice of the increase in the orchestra's budget and its needed support in contributions.

58. Kansas City Hears Powell Weaver Work Kansas City Hears Powell Weaver Work January/15/1951 Announcement of classical music pieces and performers in the Fritschy Artist Series, including Isaac Stern.

59. Kansas City Orchestra Gives Rossini Oratorio Kansas City Orchestra Gives Rossini Oratorio December/15/1954 Announcement of performers of classical works, as well as the "annual free Katz Drug Company concert" presenting the "Kansas City Philharmonic and Eddie Fisher, soloist. ..--a badly chosen combination."...

60. Kansas City Philharmonic Celebrates Anniversaries Kansas City Philharmonic Celebrates Anniversaries December/1/1957 Celebration by the Philharmonic of "two important anniversaries--the 25th year since its founding by Karl Krueger, and the tenth year of Hans Schwieger's conductorship."