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Container 12, 1984

 File — Object: M149.0012
Identifier: M149.05.0012


Container 12 contains a portrait of Marion Gottesfeld done in 1984 by Inid C Larkin.


  • 1984

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3.4 Linear Feet (1 wrapped object) ; 41in x 31in x 1in

Scope and Contents

From the Collection:

Marion Gottesfield's papers contain materials ranging from 1932 to 2001. This includes a diverse array of materials relating to Gottesfeld’s extensive travels both within the United States and abroad such as itineraries, travel vouchers, schedules, brochures, maps, guide books, postcards, canceled passports, and hand written personal accounts about specific destinations. Personal accounts are contained primarily in composition books and small spiral bound notepads. The collection also contains the personal correspondence between Gottesfeld and family members, official resolutions concerning the death of a son (Dr. Kenneth R Gottesfeld, 1938-1984), and holiday gift lists. Marion Gottesfeld’s activities relating to her musical interests and activities during the final 15 years of her life are also represented by trip itineraries, programs, and textual materials relating to musical tours and symposia. Also contained is the documentation relating to the establishment of a concert and lecture series in memory of Denver music critic Jeff Bradley (1944-2000). There are numerous items relating to the recognition of Gottesfeld’s accomplishments on behalf of civic and educational organizations in the Denver area. These include plaques, framed letters, commemorative plates, and certificates. Recently, scrapbooks containing clippings, family photographs, and memorabilia from her life.


Repository Details

Part of the Special Collections and Archives Repository

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