Bretaigne Windust collection, 1929-1958.

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Windust, Bretaigne, 1906-1960. Bretaigne Windust collection, 1929-1958.

Bretaigne Windust collection, 1929-1958.

Contains photographs, programs, reviews, articles, circulars, and inter-office communications concerning plays directed by Windust (Class of 1929), mainly for the University Players (Falmouth, Massachusetts), of which he was a co-founder.

6.4 linear ft. (6 boxes, 4 record center cartons)

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