Music: New York

Phillip Berolzheimer, City Chamberlain of New York, is a square set, ruddy faced, stolidly teutonic sort of man from the Middle West. He is rather a beguiling person—an instance of that rare creature, a holder of high political office who is not self seeking. He got his post with the present Democratic administration for the purpose of furthering the cause of music, specifically to organize park concerts for the people of the poorer sections of the town. This system of concerts required more money than financial authorities would spend. Berolzheimer was a rich...

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