Berliner Ensemble collection, 1952-1967.


Berliner Ensemble collection, 1952-1967.

Consists of programs, photographs, and posters of the Berliner Ensemble state theater of the German Democratic Republic from the 1950s and 60s.

1.50 cu. ft. (1 box and rolled posters)




SNAC Resource ID: 8251393

Princeton University Library

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