Lincoln's 41

Lincoln's 41

Lincoln, capital of Nebraska, has two claims to esthetic distinction: 1) Its capitol building, last work of the late great Architect Bertram Grosvenor Goodhue, is surely a piece of the world's greatest modern architecture. 2) Its symphony orchestra exists unaided by great-hearted guarantors and, miraculously, without deficit. Last week the Lincoln players gave the first concert of their fourth season. Again Rudolph Seidl, onetime oboist in the Minneapolis Symphony, conducted his 40 colleagues, all of whom receive union wages. Again there will be given...

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