Papers, 1938-1977.

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Bloomgarden, Kermit, 1904-1976. Papers, 1938-1977.

Papers, 1938-1977.

Papers of Kermit Bloomgarden, a producer of many award-winning Broadway plays and musicals.

63.8 c.f. (53 record center cartons, 7 archives boxes, 6 oversize boxes, and 3 index boxes)4 reels of microfilm (35 mm.)21 tape recordings.1 disc recording, and.2 film reels.

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