Sara Greenspan Theatre Guild files, 1925-1969.

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Greenspan, Sara, 1894-1968. Sara Greenspan Theatre Guild files, 1925-1969.

Sara Greenspan Theatre Guild files, 1925-1969.

The Sara Greenspan Theatre Guild files chiefly contain correspondence, consisting mostly of letters sent to Greenspan in her capacity as business manager for the Guild.

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