Margaret Barker papers, ca. 1800-1989 (bulk 1930-1989).

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Barker, Margaret, 1908-1992. Margaret Barker papers, ca. 1800-1989 (bulk 1930-1989).

Margaret Barker papers, ca. 1800-1989 (bulk 1930-1989).

The papers of Margaret Barker consist of personal papers, family papers, diaries, datebooks, correspondence, including letters from family, friends and business associates, legal and financial documents, writings, programs, scripts, photographs, scrapbooks, and ephemera relating to productions in which she appeared, directed or produced.

19.61 linear ft. (46 boxes)

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