The San Francisco Players Guild records consists of programs, newspaper clippings, correspondence, scripts, promotions, photographs,
contact sheets, slides, research materials, prop sketches, audio recordings, and other materials. A significant portion of
the collection consists of binders for each of the Players Guild's productions.
The San Francisco Players Guild was an organization created to provide live theater performances to a wide audience: schools,
communities, senior centers, and other locations. It was one of the first theater organizations to provide study materials
to accompany the performances.
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