Herb Crisler correspondence, 1952-1984.

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Crisler, Herb. Herb Crisler correspondence, 1952-1984.

Herb Crisler correspondence, 1952-1984.

Chiefly photocopies of correspondence between Herb Chrisler, Walt Disney, and others involved in the filming of various wild life movies in and around the Olympic and Cascade Mountains, Colorado, the Artic, and Alaska. Includes some newspaper clippings, expense accounts, travel times etc. Also includes a typed letter from Ruby El Hult, "Lessons One, Stars in their Leaves, Stars in their eyes," information on various types of trees, different varieties of leaves pasted onto paper, and a poster for two books written by Ruby El Hult.

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