Roderick Nordell papers, 1948-2000.


Roderick Nordell papers, 1948-2000.

Clippings of articles by a long-time Christian Science Monitor critic and editor, programs from performances he attended, correspondence and other papers.

53 boxes (17 linear feet).


SNAC Resource ID: 6385001

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