Otto Harbach papers, 1870-1990, (bulk 1895-1963).

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Harbach, Otto, 1873-1963. Otto Harbach papers, 1870-1990, (bulk 1895-1963).

Otto Harbach papers, 1870-1990, (bulk 1895-1963).

The Otto Harbach Papers include correspondence, business papers, scripts, scores, lyrics, personal papers, photographs, and printed matter documenting his personal life and career, and also a particular period in the American musical theater, from ca. 1908-1938, when Harbach created most of his works.

12 lin. ft. (30 boxes)

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