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Walter Sorell research files on Mary Wigman, 1927-1976.

Author: Walter SorellMary WigmanBirgit CullbergDore HoyerJohn MartinAll authors
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Dancer and choreographer Mary Wigman is the focus of this research collection created by Walter Sorell. Clippings, correspondence, reference materials, and writings found in the collection served as research files for The Mary Wigman Book (1975), an anthology of Wigman's works, edited and translated by Sorell. Correspondents include Birgit Cullberg, Dore Hayer, Ruth Page (Fisher), John Martin, Ted Shawn, and Mary  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Clippings
Correspondence
History
Records and correspondence
Named Person: Walter Sorell; Mary Wigman; Birgit Cullberg; Dore Hoyer; John Martin; Ruth Page; Ted Shawn; Mary Wigman; Birgit Cullberg; Dore Hoyer; John Joseph Martin; Ruth Page; Ted Shawn; Walter Sorell; Mary Wigman
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Archival Material, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Walter Sorell; Mary Wigman; Birgit Cullberg; Dore Hoyer; John Martin; Ruth Page; Ted Shawn
OCLC Number: 84693670
Language Note: Includes items in English and German.
Description: .25 linear feet (1 box)

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Dancer and choreographer Mary Wigman is the focus of this research collection created by Walter Sorell. Clippings, correspondence, reference materials, and writings found in the collection served as research files for The Mary Wigman Book (1975), an anthology of Wigman's works, edited and translated by Sorell. Correspondents include Birgit Cullberg, Dore Hayer, Ruth Page (Fisher), John Martin, Ted Shawn, and Mary Wigman.

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