Series Four

Correspondence, published, and unpublished works by Agnes George De Mille (sorted by date)

Correspondence

Arthur Madsen to Agnes De Mille, October 7, 1955

Agnes George De Mille to Bob [Clancy], Feb 13 [no year]

Published and Unpublished Works by Agnes George De Mille

“Who Was Henry George?”, January 1979

“A Voice of Hope,” The Mercury, September 1997

Agnes George De Mille, “Dear Friend,” undated

Published and Unpublished Works about Agnes George De Mille

Ann Geracimos, “Agnes and Margaret de Mille are their Own Best Press Agents,” New York Herald Tribune, September 5, 1962

Hilary Ostlere, “The Return of Agnes De Mille,” East Side Express, July 8, 1976

Valerie Sudol, “De Mille Lets her Voice Continue Lifelong Mission,” Star-Ledger, October 17, 1982

Clive Barnes, “A Loyal Fans Letter to Agnes De Mille,” New York Post, May 17, 1983

Jack Anderson, “Gala Evening of Dance Honors Agnes de Mille,” New York Times, May 18, 1983

Allan Ulrich, “Agnes De Mille’s Story Leaves us Begging for an Encore,” San Francisco Examiner, May 8, 1987

Patricia O’Hare, “Dance, American Style,” Daily News, May 15, 1983

“‘Spider Woman’ is Best Musical and ‘Angels’ Best Play in Tony’s,” New York Times, June 7, 1993

Jack Anderson, “Agnes De Mille, 88, Dance Visionary, is Dead,” New York Times, October 8, 1993

Janice Berman, “Agnes De Mille, Dance Icon,” New York Newsday, October 8, 1993

Daniel Mark Esptein, “American Dryad,” American Scholar, [circa 1995]

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