Boston University, Howard Gotlieb Archival Research Center
Collection includes manuscripts, correspondence, printed material, and photographs -- Manuscripts in the collection include Astor's drafts of "My Story" (autobiography, Doubleday, 1959); "The Incredible Charlie Carewe" (novel, Doubleday, 1960); "The Image of Kate" (novel, Doubleday, 1962); "The O'Connors" (novel, Doubleday, 1964); "Goodbye Darling, Be Happy" (novel, Doubleday, 1965); "A Place Called Saturday" (novel, Delacorte, 1969); "A Life on Film" (autobiography, Delacorte, 1971); and "I Remember Elizabeth" (novel, unpublished, ca. 1977). Most of the correspondence in the collection is between Astor and her editors and publishers (ca. 1959 to 1977). Other letters include fan letters to Astor, letters regarding legal problems from individuals mentioned in "My Story", and a letter from Hedda Hopper to Astor regarding a column to be written by Astor for Hopper (not dated; clipping of column attached). Printed material in the collection consists primarily of clippings, reviews, and ... Read More
Boston University,-- Dept. of Special Collections
Correspondence, photographs, drawings, printed material, audiotapes, costumes, scrapbooks, memorabilia, mss., and diaries
Library of Congress,-- Manuscript Division
Chiefly research notes, together with correspondence, thesis, reproductions of correspondence and portraits, and printed materials, relating to Lorenz's research on American actress Charlotte Cushman
Maine Historical Society
Clippings from the Portland Sunday Telegram pasted on the lined pages (p. 25-65) of a black bound notebook with maroon leather corners and spine and white label on cover -- Includes brief history up to 1874, followed by detailed information for 1874-1879 of plays and musical performances at the Portland Museum and Opera House in Portland, Me., with portraits of selected actresses
University of Chicago - Special Collections Research Center
University of Chicago - Special Collections Research Center
University of Chicago - Special Collections Research Center
Rutherford B. Hayes Presidential Center
Chiefly publicity photos of Bertha (Wiles) Himmelein, appearing as "Beatrice Earle", actress, comedian, and vaudevillian, her husband, John A. Himmelein (of Sandusky and Kelley's Island, Ohio), and Himmelein's stock companies and theaters; together with scrapbook of newspaper clippings (reviews, publicity announcements, etc.), providing additional information about the Himmeleins and their theater activities in the midwest at the turn of the century
University of Florida - George A. Smathers Libraries
Etchings, engravings, prints, and lithographs from the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries of American and English actors, actresses, dancers, singers, and managers. 575 individuals, portraits and in character