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COLLECTION Identifier: MS Thr 467

Harvard Theatre Collection Autograph File

The Harvard Theater Collection Autograph File is an alphabetically arranged collection of single letters and manuscripts received from various sources at various times.


  • circa 1600-2000

Language of Materials

Collection materials are in English, French, German, and other languages.

Conditions Governing Access

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Conditions Governing Use

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30 linear feet (104 boxes)

The Harvard Theatre Collection Autograph File is a collection of items received singly or in small groups from various sources at various times.


Arranged alphabetically by author. Items marked (pf) are housed together in box 104.

Physical Location


Immediate Source of Acquisition

Received from various sources at various times. Accession information is given with the item entry where known.

Related Materials

New material of a similar nature acquired or donated to the Harvard Theatre Collection is currently being added to the Theatre autograph file: additional (MS Thr 837).

Processing Information

Processed by: Krista Ferrante, Ashley Nary, and Melanie Wisner
Link to catalog
Harvard Theatre Collection Autograph File, circa 1600-2000 (MS Thr 467): Guide.
Houghton Library, Harvard College Library
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Repository Details

Part of the Houghton Library Repository

Houghton Library is Harvard College's principal repository for rare books and manuscripts, literary and performing arts archives, and more. The library's holdings of primary source material are managed by an expert staff and shared with scholars, students and the public in the reading room.

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