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Guide to the Arvid Paulson Papers

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Source: Paulson, Arvid
Title: Arvid Paulson Papers
Dates [inclusive]: 1875-1977
Abstract: The Arvid Paulson Papers represent Paulson's attempts to bring the work of August Strindberg and Henrik Ibsen to a twentieth century American public. The collection contains his correspondence with actors, publishers and producers, the manuscripts of his translations, some of his published criticism on Strindberg and Ibsen as well as that of other authors. Finally, it contains miscellaneous theatre memorabilia culled from a long life spent going to the theatre, perfoming in plays and occasionally even producing them himself.
Quantity: 8.5 Linear Feet (21 boxes)
Call Phrase: MSS.043