FILE - in this Jan. 25, 1968 file photo, conductor Leopold Stokowski rehearses in the Felt Room in Madison Square Garden in New York. A century after Leopold Stokowski (sto-KOV'-ski) took the reins of The Philadelphia Orchestra, a history detective set on his trail has tracked down rarely-seen correspondence and belongings of the conductor affectionately known as "Stoki." Jack McCarthy, an archivist for the Historical Society of Pennsylvania, conducted a yearlong project for the orchestra to mark the 100th anniversary of Stokowski's 1912 appointment as conductor. (AP Photo)

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FILE - in this Jan. 25, 1968 file photo, conductor Leopold Stokowski rehearses in the Felt Room in Madison Square Garden in New York.  A century after Leopold Stokowski (sto-KOV'-ski) took the reins of The Philadelphia Orchestra, a history detective set on his trail has tracked down rarely-seen correspondence and belongings of the conductor affectionately known as "Stoki." Jack McCarthy, an archivist for the Historical Society of Pennsylvania, conducted a yearlong project for the orchestra to mark the 100th anniversary of Stokowski's 1912 appointment as conductor. (AP Photo)
FILE - in this Jan. 25, 1968 file photo, conductor Leopold Stokowski rehearses in the Felt Room in Madison Square Garden in New York. A century after Leopold Stokowski (sto-KOV'-ski) took the reins of The Philadelphia Orchestra, a history detective set on his trail has tracked down rarely-seen correspondence and belongings of the conductor affectionately known as "Stoki." Jack McCarthy, an archivist for the Historical Society of Pennsylvania, conducted a yearlong project for the orchestra to mark the 100th anniversary of Stokowski's 1912 appointment as conductor. (AP Photo)
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