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The collection contains
an unpublished color illustration for 1 title, plus a master copy indicating
how film strips are made.
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Circus Baby, The; a picture book, 1962
Morton Schindel (1918--) is an American educator and producer, the
founder of Weston Woods Institute and Studios in 1983. Named after the wooded
area outside his home in Weston, Connecticut, he is known for bringing
children's picture books to cinema yet staying loyal to their plots. He was
awarded the Regina Medal in 1979. Schindel holds a BH from the University of
Biographical Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Morton_Schindel ,
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The collection contains an unpublished color illustration for 1 title,
plus a master copy indicating how film strips are made.
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Circus Baby, The; a picture book 1962
Note New York: Macmillan, 1962
unpublished color illustration, 26 cm.
(1 p.) Box MF653
Master copy #88, Weston Woods Studio, indicates how film
strips are made.
(1 p.) Box MF653