University of Texas at Austin - Harry Ransom Center
The Gordon Conway Papers, 1864-1986, document the personal and professional activities of Gordon Conway, American fashion illustrator and costume designer, with the bulk of the collection dating from the 1910s to the 1930s. The papers also contain materials that belonged to Conway's mother, Tommie Conway, and Raye Virginia Allen, who wrote a biography of Conway, Gordon Conway: Fashioning a New Woman
University of Texas at Austin - Harry Ransom Center
The papers of Oswell Blakeston comprise materials in various formats that document his writing career, including his work in films. Blakeston wrote novels and poetry as well as non-fiction, such as cookbooks, travel books, and books on film production. Among Blakeston's published work, there are materials for APPOINTMENT WITH SEVEN, JEREMY & OTHERS, WHAT THE DINO-SAUR, COOKING WITH NUTS, ZOO KEEPS WHO?, WORKING CATS, WORKING FOR THE FILMS, PORTUGUESE PANORAMA, SUN AT MIDNIGHT, DANGER IN PROVENCE, FINGERS, PRIESTS, PETERS AND PUSSENS, and THE QUEEN'S MATE. Much of his unpublished work is also represented, including APPOINTMENT WITH X, FIRST STEPS IN QUICKSAND, AT THE THIRD STROKE, THE HORRID LIFE OF MARY CASTLE, HOW SOON DOTH MAN DECAY, MOONLIGHT AT THE CROSS-ROADS, THE MYSTERY OF THE MISSING TREASURE, and NAKED IN THE AIR. The collection also contains a significant number of essays, lectures, and reviews
Hagley Museum and Library - Manuscripts and Archives Department
Five b&w publicity photographs from the motion picture "Stars and Stripes Forever." One photograph is a formal portrait of Clifton Webb portraying Sousa in uniform, holding a baton. Two photographs show the "Sousa band" in concert. One photograph shows a group of dancers and the last photograph shows Webb and Ruth Hussey as John Philip Sousa and his wife, Jennie Sousa
University of California, Berkeley
1970.025: family photographs including children, portraits, weddings, etc. -- 1970.026: Photographs relating to World War I (France) show American ambulance services and other views. Oversize images are from theatrical productions or perhaps movie stills of the 1920's. -- 1970.027: Albums documenting vacations (ca. 1900-1910) contain clippings, postcards, and other ephemera as well as photographs. Albums show the CPRR through Canada, Montreal, the Pan-American Exposition, Boston, New York City, Oregon, Washington, British Columbia, Southern California, the Grand Canyon, New Mexico, and Mexico
University of Wyoming - American Heritage Center
The collection contains scrapbooks, theater and movie stills, photographs of James Monks, newspaper clippings, and programs regarding his work as an actor in the theater and on screen from the 1930s-1950s and then as a model in the 1950s-1980s
University of Wyoming - American Heritage Center
Collection includes mainly scripts for movies, television programs and a few radio programs in which Begley appeared, and theatre programs for plays in which Begley appeared. There are also related legal agreements, correspondence, newspaper clippings, photographs of Begley and movie stars and stills of movies and television programs
University of Virginia
Movie stills from the Twentieth Century-Fox production of The Moon Is Down
Getty Research Institute
Collection of notes, plans, sketches, photographs, correspondence, drawings, exhibition announcements, sketchbooks and other papers produced by, or collected by, David Lamelas. The papers document the work of Lamelas from his earliest period, after completing his studies at the National Academy of Fine Arts in Buenos Aires and exhibiting at the Instituto Torcuato Di Tella in 1964, through to his projects in Europe and North America in the 1980s and late 1990s. Papers provide a portrait of Lamelas's artistic practice and the development of his work from sculpture to architecture, film, and conceptual installations
College of Charleston - Marlene and Nathan Addlestone Library
Assorted Gone with the Wind memorabilia of Alicia Rhett, artist and actress who portrayed India Wilkes in the film. Collection includes souvenir programs, ticket stubs, and a gift set of Wedgewood demitasse cups and saucers housed in the original gift box from the Gone with the Wind film premiere in Atlanta, Georgia, held on December 15th, 1939. Also included are assorted black and white photographs, film stills, and portraits of Rhett
Chicago History Museum
Collection of lantern slides of motion picture advertisements from Essanay Studios. Announcing coming (future) attractions with space for local theater to write in the name of the theater


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