New York Shakespeare Festival. Press Office Records 1957-1991


New York Shakespeare Festival. Press Office Records 1957-1991

The records of the New York Shakespeare Festival Press Office document the work of publicizing the Festival. They show the gradual expansion of its role from the mid 1950's through the early 1990's.


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