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Barry Kay Archive [electronic resource]
Bib ID 3821885
Format OnlineOnline
Online Access
Online Versions
Description London : Barry Kay Archive, 2006- 
Series

PANDORA electronic collection

Technical Details

Mode of access: Internet via World Wide Web. Available at: http://www.barry-kay-archive.org/ 

Summary

The Barry Kay Archive website depicts the works and life of stage and costume designer Barry Kay, who was born in Melbourne and worked extensively in Britain and Europe. The website contains a biography, photographs, artworks and other general information.

Notes

Title from title page (viewed on 23 Nov. 2006)

Text and graphics.

Selected for archiving

Life Dates 2006- 
Subjects Kay, Barry, 1932-1985.  |  Costume designers -- Australia.  |  Costume design.

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