This is a telegram signed only 'Ginty' and sent to Curtis Bok upon hearing the news of Edward W. Bok's death. Mr. Bok was the former editor of Ladies' Home Journal and the founder of the Mountain Lake Sanctuary and Singing Tower (now Bok Tower Gardens). Curtis Bok was his eldest son and a lawyer. The telegram mentions a performance of Chopin's Funeral March dedicated to Edward W. Bok and broadcast from New York. 'Prince' was the nickname given to Leopold Stokowski by the Bok's, so the orchestra referred to in the telegram is likely the Philadelphia Orchestra which the Bok's enthusiastically supported and which Stokowski conducted from 1912 to 1941. In black ink 'C by phone' indicates acknowledgement of the telegram. The message is typed in black ink. There are two small tears (approximately 1 cm each) on the top edge of the paper.