Cheryl Crawford papers 1920-1986


Cheryl Crawford papers 1920-1986

Cheryl Crawford, producer and director. Her papers include correspondence, production files, scripts, photographs, ephemera, ledgers, financial materials and scrapbooks documenting her career.


SNAC Resource ID: 6317736

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