The William B. Major papers spans the years 1957-1982 (bulk 1960-1973) and encompasses 1.7 linear feet
and 1,197 artworks. The collection includes scripts, blueprints, and storyboards for more than two dozen
films; and scripts and storyboards for several television programs.
William B. Major was an American illustrator and storyboard artist. He spent most of his career at
Paramount and Universal, and was briefly at Disney. His work was exhibited as part of a 2007 Academy
exhibition, "The Art of the Motion Picture Illustrator."
1.7 linear feet of papers.
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