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Finding Aid for the Bob Jeffords papers, 1971-1998
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Producer Bob Jefford's career included theatre, television and motion pictures. The collection consists of project files containing production material and/or scripts for a number of motion picture and television projects. Among the forty television projects are Barnaby Jones, Cannon, Murphy Brown, Spenser for Hire, and The Streets of San Francisco. Among the other television projects documented in the collection are CHiPs, Logans' Run, Most Wanted, and The Yellow Rose. The motion picture productions include Battle for the Planet of the Apes and Brainstorm
Bob Jeffords was born August 9, 1939 in Chicago, IL. He started working as a technical director in Summer Stock and Off-Broadway in 1956 when he was still in high school. He graduated from Queens College, NY in the late 1950s. He worked his way through college learning many technical aspects of theater. Upon graduation, he became Associate Producer of Theatre in Education. In 1963 he worked as a stage manager for the Metropolitan Opera.
80 boxes (40 linear ft.) 1 carton (1linear ft.) 2 oversize boxes
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