Katy Matheson papers 1960-2003


Katy Matheson papers 1960-2003

Katy Page Matheson (1948-2005) was an American editor, writer, performer, teacher, and dance historian. The Katy Matheson papers (1960-2003) reflect Matheson's professional work, as well as her graduate work in dance history. To a limited extent, her own career in dance is documented.

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