Edith Brozak McMann memorabilia and videocassettes concerning the New York City Ballet
Scrapbooks, programs, photographs, clippings, CD-Rs, and videocassettes of dance and dancers chiefly of the New York City Ballet but including a small amount of other dance material.
- circa 1947-2008
Language of Materials
Restrictions on Access
Collection is open for research.
A portion of this collection is shelved offsite. Retrieval requires advance notice. Check with Houghton Public Services staff.
Extent2 linear feet (2 boxes)
1400 MB (2 items)
Ownership and Custodial History
Gift of Edith Brozak McMann, 2014.
Includes audiovisual and/or digital media: CD-Rs, videocassettes.
Minimal description derived from existing records and converted to online finding aid, Betts Coup, 2020.
- McMann, Edith Brozak. Edith Brozak McMann memorabilia and videocassettes concerning the New York City Ballet, circa 1947-2008 (2013MT-45): Guide
- Houghton Library, Harvard University.
- 2018 November 16
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- Describing Archives: A Content Standard
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