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Page, Ruth, 1899-1991. Papers. 1956-1965

- Container List and Series Descriptions

Container List and Series Descriptions


I. Correspondence
The correspondence is chiefly between Thomas Hart Fisher, representing Miss Page and the Chicago Opera Ballet, and representatives of Columbia Artists Management, Inc. Chief subjects include the compilation of press and souvenir books, the engagement of guest artists (including Kirsten Simone and Henning Kronstam), and tour publicity

Folder 1
Hal Abbey/Misc. 1960-61
9 Items

Folder 2
Thomas Hart Fisher/Misc. 1956-65
7 Items

Folder 2A
Thomas Hart Fisher/Misc. 1956-65
8 Items

Folder 3
Tate Irvine/Thomas Hart Fisher 1956
3 Items

Folder 4
Miscellaneous 1959-60
4 Items

Folder 5
Oleg Briansky/Thomas Thompson 1957
1 Items

Folder 6
Miscellaneous 1961-62
5 Items

Folder 7
Claudia Cassidy & Bill Crawford/Ruth Page 1967
3 Items


II. Miscellany
Other items include sections of pressbooks, articles by Page, and copies of public testimonial to Ruth Page's cultural accomplishments.

Folder 8
Pressbook Ruth Page's Chicago Opera Ballet Typescript (c.c.), ca. 1958 (with corrections)
40 p. 2 encl.

Folder 9
Typescript Pressbook for Ruth Page's International Ballet (sections) (With additions and corrections by Thomas Hart Fisher)
25 p.

Folder 10
Ruth Page "Opera as Dance" (mimeograph)
5 p.
[in Opera News, April 21, 1962]

Folder 11
Page, Ruth Speech to Chicago Arts Festival, ca. 1956 Typescript (photocopy)
27 p.


TLS (memorandum), 1956, August 16 Helen Kunitz to Audrey Michaels
1 L. [13 p.]

Folder 12
Chicago, Mayor Richard J. Daley Proclamation of Sunday, March 17, 1963 to be Ruth Page Day in Chicago 1 L. [13 p.] (photocopy)


Ballet Guild of Chicago Citation awarded to Ruth Page Chicago's First Lady of Dance (n.d.) 1 L. [13 p.] (photocopy)

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