To Archive

I often refer to George Levy’s magnificently researched first book.  This revealing nonfiction piece, for example, he culled forth from existing documents, tucked under lock and key, in this country’s archival sanctuary. 

Interestingly, pieces by John T. Cull regarding theatrical play openings and Emblematics, for example, he shapes into wonderfully researched documents that have existed since the Spanish Golden Age.  I learn that much of these evolutionary theatrical findings were examined, studied, as late as the 1950’s.

Madrid, SpainWashington D.C., United States.

This makes the question of the day:  where would we be without these brilliantly precious archived documents?

Sheila Cull
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