Ruth and Augustus Goetz papers, 1930-1966.

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Goetz, Ruth. Ruth and Augustus Goetz papers, 1930-1966.

Ruth and Augustus Goetz papers, 1930-1966.

The Ruth and Augustus Goetz papers span 1900-1996, and consist of correspondence, manuscripts, family papers, production materials, scripts, photographs, clippings, ephemera, several ledgers and scrapbooks, and other materials concerning the work of Ruth and Augustus Goetz.

15 lf + scrapbooks and oversized material.

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