The Richard Day papers span the years 1948-1965 and encompass approximately 4 linear feet. The
collection contains production design drawings, storyboards, and photographs. THE GREATEST STORY EVER
TOLD (1965) is particularly well represented, with rough drawings, storyboards, plans and layouts, and
Richard Day was an American art director active in film from the 1920s through 1960s. He earned seven
Academy Award statuettes in the art direction category.
2 linear feet of papers.
2 linear feet of photographs.
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