Allen J. Winigrad photographs of performing artists, 1973-1989.

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Winigrad, Allen J.,. Allen J. Winigrad photographs of performing artists, 1973-1989.

Allen J. Winigrad photographs of performing artists, 1973-1989.

A collection of Cibachrome prints, ranging in size from 6 X 6.5 inches to 11 X 14 inches, depicting over 100 musical and dance artists in rehearsal either at the Mann Music Center or the Academy of Music, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania or at the Saratoga Performing Arts Center, Saratoga Springs, New York.

562 prints.

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