Margaret Carson papers 1935-2007 1970s-1990s


Margaret Carson papers, 1935-2007, 1970s-1990s

Margaret Carson papers 1935-2007 1970s-1990s

The Margaret Carson Papers document the work of one of New York City’s leading classical music publicists of the 20th century. They consist of clippings, correspondence, promotional material, press kits, photographs, concert programs and itineraries.

50 linear feet; 112 boxes

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