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Memorandums

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:

Feldman Documents, Curriculum Vitae (1 of 4), 1991-1999

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Identifier: M145.04.0011.0010
Overview This folder is the first of four containing copies and drafts of Burton Feldman's curriculum vitae.
Dates: 1991-1999

Feldman Documents, Curriculum Vitae (3 of 4), 1966-1996

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Identifier: M145.04.0011.0012
Overview This folder is the third of four containing copies and drafts of Burton Feldman's curriculum vitae as well as professional correspondence regarding Burton's professorship and salary.
Dates: 1966-1996

Feldman Documents, Curriculum Vitae (4 of 4), 1965-1995

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Identifier: M145.04.0011.0013
Overview This folder is the fourth of four containing copies and drafts of Burton Feldman's curriculum vitae as well as some other professional correspondence regarding Burton's professorship and salary.
Dates: 1965-1995

Feldman Documents, Official Personal Documents, 1926-2002

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Identifier: M145.04.0009.0020
Overview This folder contains personal documents for both Burton and Peggy Feldman.
Dates: 1926-2002

Feldman Documents, Three Notebooks, 1950-1964

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Identifier: M145.04.0011.0019
Overview This folder contains three different Notebooks of Burton Feldman's. The first is labeled ''I'' and is filled with personal musings and notes from around 1964. The second notebook starts in 1950 and also contains personal notes and anecdotes. This second notebook also contains some typed short stories and small hand-drawn pictures and diagrams. The third set of notes is loose paper from a spiral bound notebook. The pages contain mostly notes relating to various projects, and also contain...
Dates: 1950-1964

Feldman Documents, United Productions of America (UPA), 1956

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Identifier: M145.04.0011.0004
Overview This folder contains documents pertaining to Burton Feldman's work with United Productions of America, an animation company. UPA contacted Burton Feldman for ideas for cartoons and later commissioned him to assist with a script for an episode featuring Gerald McBoing Boing.
Dates: 1956