Tom Moore papers 1950-2007


Tom Moore papers 1950-2007

The papers of Tom Moore, stage, television and film director, document his career through scripts, notes, programs, clippings, correspondence, opening night messages, school papers, designs and floor plans.


SNAC Resource ID: 6317692

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