Judith Malina diaries, 1947-1959.


Malina, Judith, 1926-. Judith Malina diaries, 1947-1959.

Judith Malina diaries, 1947-1959.

The diaries of Judith Malina include personal reflections, a history of many aspects of The Living Theatre, and a view of the avant-garde cultural life of New York in the 1940's and 1950's.

Originals 2.6 linear feet (in 7 boxes)Microfilm 3 reels.

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