Cecile Starr Papers, 1925-2001.


Cecile Starr Papers, 1925-2001.

Cecile Starr Papers, 1925-2001.

Personal documents, photographs, audio cassettes, and printed material of the filmmaker, frlm writer, and educator Cecile Starr.

5 linear ft. (ca. 5,000 items in 10 boxes)


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