Costume designs for Annie get your gun, 1946.

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Ballard, Lucinda. Costume designs for Annie get your gun, 1946.

Costume designs for Annie get your gun, 1946.

Designs in watercolor and pencil, signed.

8 designs : color ; 53 cm. x 76 cm. and smaller.

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