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It is one thing for the Ransom Center to collect the papers of Nobel Laureates and another thing entirely to collect the papers of future Nobel Laureates.
Ransom Center Director Stephen Enniss on the archive of KAZUO ISHIGURO
In the galleries
The exhibition Vaudeville! runs January 29 to July 15. It features the Ransom Center’s extensive holdings of Harry Houdini, Tony Pastor, and Florenz Ziegfeld, among others, to show the development of vaudeville’s highly organized form and its long-lasting impact on contemporary film, television, and comedy.