A fig leaf in her bonnet: typescript; 1958.

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Torn, Jesse. A fig leaf in her bonnet: typescript; 1958.

A fig leaf in her bonnet: typescript; 1958.

An annotated script used by Claudia Morgan who played Mrs. Patrick Campbell in the production which opened June 14, 1961 at the Gramercy Arts Theatre in New York City.

1 volume (92 leaves); 28 cm.

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