The Van Alexander papers span the years 1937-2009 and encompass less than one linear foot. The
collection consists of bound conductor scores for four films, a method book by Alexander on arranging,
some correspondence, and photographs. Three of the scores are for William Castle productions, I SAW WHAT
YOU DID (1965), STRAIT-JACKET (1964), and 13 FRIGHTENED GIRLS (1963).
Van Alexander is an American music arranger and band leader most active in film during the 1950s and
.8 linear foot of papers.
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