Papers, 1947-1967.


Papers, 1947-1967.

The Harold Arlen Papers consist of outlines and scripts sent him by agents and playwrights.

.2 lin. ft. (1 box)


SNAC Resource ID: 6744591

New York Public Library System, NYPL

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