Whitford Kane papers, 1913-1955.


Kane, Whitford, 1882-1956. Whitford Kane papers, 1913-1955.

Whitford Kane papers, 1913-1955.

Collection consists of correspondence with prominent American, English and Irish theater and literary figures, and theater agreements and contracts.

.5 linear foot (1 box)

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