Costume and set designs, 1940-1966.


Costume and set designs, 1940-1966.

Costume and set designs, 1940-1966.

Costume and setdesigns for various plays, ballets, and operas by the American designer Horace Armistead.

273 designs, 4 letters (3.3 linear ft.)

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