Table of Contents

Descriptive Summary
Biographical/Historical Note
Scope and Content Note
Arrangement
Index Terms
General Notes
Administrative Information
Container List
Costume Designs
Happy Time
George M., Curran Theatre 1969
Dear World, Mark Hellinger Theatre February 6, 1969
A Patriot for Me
Lovely Ladies, Kind Gentlemen
Knickerbocker Holiday
Candide
Three Musketeers
Legends
Wind in the Willows
Jose Greco Ballet
Harry Belafonte & Miriam Makeba Concert
School for Scandal, American Repertory Theatre ca. 1957
Manon
Latin Quarter
Holiday on Ice
Carnival
Heartbreak House
Subways Are For Sleeping, St James Theatre 27 December 1961
On a Clear Day You Can See Forever
Swan Lake
Bascom Barlow / Three Bags Full, Henry Miller's Theatre
Holly Golightly
I Do I Do
Dumas et Fils (Dumas and Son)
Kelly, Broadhurst Theatre February 6, 1965
The Roar of the Greasepaint – The Smell of the Crowd
The Great Waltz
Judith, Her Majesty's Theater, London June 1968
Hello Dolly, St. James Theater, New York 1964
To Broadway with Love
Boris Godunov
Bajour
The Tempest
Pleasures and Palaces
Harvester's Ballet
New York Juiliard School Conservatory
La Cage au Folle
Student Class
Unidentified
Scrapbooks
Sketch/workbooks
Photograph Albums
Unsorted Addition: Costumes, ephemera, artifacts
Unsorted Addition: Miscellaneous printed materials
Unsorted Addition: Oversized materials
2005 Addendum (Unsorted)
Personal Items
Travel Items
Art Items
Scrapbooks, Photograph Albums, and Books
Music Albums
Unsorted Addition: Slide carousels
Freddy Wittop papers

Freddy Wittop papers

Descriptive Summary

Repository: Hargrett Manuscripts
Creator: Wittop, Freddy
Title: Freddy Wittop papers
Dates: 1927-2005
Quantity: 94.1 Linear feet (244 oversized folders A, 37 oversized folders B, 15 document boxes, 8 slide boxes, 7 cartons, 3 flat boxes, 33 oversized boxes, 1 custom oversized costume box, 1 custom oversized hat box)
Coll. Number: ms2727

Biographical/Historical Note

Freddy Wittop was born on July 26, 1911 and died on February 2, 2001. He was primarily known as a costume designer, but he also was a dancer and a college professor.

He was born as Frederick Wittop Koning in the Netherlands, then he emigrated with his family to Brussels. He apprenticed with a designer at t