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Cecile Starr papers, 1925-2001

Series V: Teaching at Columbia University, 1955-1961

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Box 5 Folder 53 Correspondence and clippings regarding former students: Alfred Appel, Jr.; Timothy Asch; John Frazer; Gordon Hitchens; George Manupelli; Roger Sandall; Don Gunn. New York, 1955-1961

(Correspondence extends into later years.)

Box 5 Folder 54 Correspondence to and from former students: James Watters, Howard Worth, Merle Worth, Herbert Reynolds [not a student, an acquaintence]. New York 1955-1961 1 Folder, 1955-1961

(Filed by Starr: "First class of M.A. Film and TV students at Columbia.)

Box 5 Folder 55 Bogdonavich and De Palma. Correspondence, personal accounts, and materials regarding former students Peter Bogdonavich and Brian de Palma New York 1955-1975 1 Folder, 1955-1975

(Correspondence with Bogdonavich 1972-1975)

Box 5 Folder 56 Educational records and correspondence New York 1947-2001 1 Folder, 1947-2001

(Includes written statement regarding disagreement with Erik Barnouw and leave of absence to go to Paris with husband. Filed by Cecile Starr "Columbia University-miscellaneous.")

Box 5 Folder 57 Teaching materials including typed notes include student notes from Starr's history of the motion picture course (1960), correspondence, film periodical clippings, programs, and flyers. New York 1955-1961 1 Folder, 1955-1961

(Correspondence extends into later years.)

Box 5 Folder 58 Life. Published articles by Jim Watters. Time, Inc.: Chicago February 1980 May, 1986 2 vol. bd, 1980 May, 1986

(Former student of Cecile Starr.)