tel·e·gram   [tel-i-gram] noun, verb, -grammed, -gram·ming.
noun
1. a message or communication sent by telegraph; a telegraphic dispatch.
verb (used with object), verb (used without object)
2. to telegraph.

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On December 1st, 1956, legendary acting teacher Stella Adler and theater director Harold Clurman sent this congratulatory telegram to composer Leonard Bernstein after Candide opened on Broadway. Sorry for the small image size, if you can find a bigger one then put it in the submit box or email it please.  
Transcript
LEONARD BERNSTEIN=
             MARTIN BECK=
WE FEEL SURE THAT THE SCORE WILL LIVE LONGER THAN THE SHOW AND WE HOPE THAT THE SHOW HAS A LONG RUN.
     LOVE=      STELLA AND HAROLD=..

On December 1st, 1956, legendary acting teacher Stella Adler and theater director Harold Clurman sent this congratulatory telegram to composer Leonard Bernstein after Candide opened on Broadway. Sorry for the small image size, if you can find a bigger one then put it in the submit box or email it please.  

Transcript

LEONARD BERNSTEIN=

             MARTIN BECK=

WE FEEL SURE THAT THE SCORE WILL LIVE LONGER THAN THE SHOW AND WE HOPE THAT THE SHOW HAS A LONG RUN.

     LOVE=      STELLA AND HAROLD=..