Boris Kaufman papers 1836-2004


Boris Kaufman papers 1836-2004

The Boris Kaufman Papers contain professional papers, correspondence, writings, and other material documenting the life and work of cinematographer Boris Kaufman, as well as film production and cinematographic practice in France and the United States during the middle decades of the 20th century.

Total Boxes: 25 (incl. 4 oversize boxes); Linear Feet: 13.74'




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