Papers, 1850-1969.

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Loesser, Arthur, 1894-1969. Papers, 1850-1969.

Papers, 1850-1969.

Contains publicity articles, flyers, programs, reviews and catalogs related to Mr. Loesser's career; correspondence; writings, both published and unpublished; portraits, publicity and candid photographs; clippings; and tape recordings of rehearsals, performances and lectures as they relate to Mr. Loesser's activities.

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