Judith Raskin Papers
Judith Raskin Papers, 1911-2000
18 boxes (8.75 linear ft.)
Collection number: MS 126
Opera singer and teacher. Raskin made her professional debut on both the stage and television, specializing in Schubert, Mozart, Lieder and Yiddish songs. The bulk of the Raskin papers focus on her professional life, and include publicity, reviews, programs, and taped recordings of performances. Personal materials include correspondence, photographs, scrapbooks and diaries, primarily from her years as a student at Smith College. Notable correspondents include Beverly Sills, Eugene Ormandy, and William Maxwell.
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The collection is open to research according to the regulations of the Sophia Smith Collection without any additional restrictions.
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