Florine and Ettie Stettheimer papers 1898-1974 (inclusive), 1906-1953


Florine and Ettie Stettheimer papers, 1898-1974 (inclusive), 1906-1953

Florine and Ettie Stettheimer papers 1898-1974 (inclusive), 1906-1953

The papers contain correspondence, diaries, writings, materials related to the production of Four Saints in Three Acts and the paintings of Florine Stettheimer, and miscellaneous papers.

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