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Arturo Toscanini (1867 1957) is believed to have been the greatest conductor of the Twentieth Century and he was bestowed with a 'Palm Award' by the well-meaning swells at the now defunct "Stage Magazine" during the summer of 1938. This article appeared during a time when a "Palm Award", granted by such a crew was a reliable form of social currency and would actually serve the highly favored recipients in such a grand manner as to allow them brief respites at dining tables found at such watering holes as New York's Stork Club. Nowadays, one "Palm Award" and one dollar and fifty cents will afford you a ride on the Los Angeles City subway system (one way).
The attached column explains why Maestro Toscanini had met all requirements for this award.

       *Watch an Arturo Toscanini Film Clip*

Sweet Words for Maestro Toscanini (Stage Magazine, 1938)

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