Set designs and groundplans, 1943-[1963].

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Jenkins, George, 1908-2007. Set designs and groundplans, 1943-[1963].

Set designs and groundplans, 1943-[1963].

Set designs in watercolor for Annie Get Your Gun, Jennie, Thirteen Daughters, Common Ground and Early to Bed as well as photocopied designs and groundplans for the Los Angeles Civic Light Opera production of Annie Get Your Gun.

33 designs in 2 portfolios : color and b&w ; 99 cm. x 53 cm. and smaller.

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