Donated props from the show Mad Men are seen on display at the University of Texas at Austin’s Harry Ransom Center humanities library. Included in the donation are boxes of scripts, drafts and notes, props, costumes, digital video and reams of research materials that went into creating the show’s richly-detailed presentation of the American 1960s.
Donated props from the show Mad Men are seen on display at the University of Texas at Austin’s Harry Ransom Center humanities library. Included in the donation are boxes of scripts, drafts and notes, props, costumes, digital video and reams of research materials that went into creating the show’s richly-detailed presentation of the American 1960s. Eric Gay AP
Donated props from the show Mad Men are seen on display at the University of Texas at Austin’s Harry Ransom Center humanities library. Included in the donation are boxes of scripts, drafts and notes, props, costumes, digital video and reams of research materials that went into creating the show’s richly-detailed presentation of the American 1960s. Eric Gay AP

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