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Kirstein, Lincoln, 1907-1996
Jerome Robbins Dance Division | (S) *MGZMD 97
445 folders in 25 document size boxes
The papers of Lincoln Edward Kirstein, b.1907, cover the period from c. 1914 to 1991, and pertain both to his career and to his private and family life.
Robbins, Jerome
Jerome Robbins Dance Division | (S) *MGZMD 479
1.38 linear feet (2 boxes)
Jerome Robbins (1918-1998) was an American dancer, choreographer, producer, and director who worked in ballet, theater, film, and television. The collection contains a mix of items dating from 1944 to 1989. Of note are original manuscript scores... more
Payne, Charles
Jerome Robbins Dance Division | *MGZEB 18-2792
38.30 linear feet (51 boxes)
The Charles Payne collection spans over five decades of materials documenting the American Ballet Theatre with items such as photographs, clippings and articles, performance programs, and costume and set designs. Payne occupied various... more
Fehl, Fred
Jerome Robbins Dance Division | *MGZEB 18-2790
18.14 linear feet (27 boxes)
The Fred Fehl photographs collection consists of photographs and published materials related to Fehl's work documenting dance and theater performances, mainly in New York City. The majority of the photographs are black and white 5" x 7" prints.... more
Robbins, Jerome
Jerome Robbins Dance Division | (S) *MGZMD 130
241 linear feet (578 boxes)
Work files from the office of American dancer, choreographer and director Jerome Robbins.
Robbins, Jerome
Jerome Robbins Dance Division | *MGZEB 99-9451
30 linear feet. (75 boxes)
Photographs documenting the life and career of dancer, choreographer and director Jerome Robbins.
Jerome Robbins Dance Division | *MGZEB 19-562
0.84 linear feet (2 boxes)
Atlanta-born photographer Frederick Melton (1918-1992) came to Manhattan in 1939, where he worked in a variety of creative media. He was eventually introduced to George Balanchine and Jerome Robbins of the New York City Ballet, where he... more
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