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(novel, Delacorte, 1969); "A Life on Film" (autobiography, Delacorte, 1971); and "I Remember Elizabeth" (novel, unpublished, ca. 1977).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
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
Columbia University
Family background in medicine shows; childhood experiences in vaudeville; beginning in pictures with Fatty Arbuckle; the Keaton Studios, 1922-28: "Hard Luck," "The Navigator," "Sherlock, Jr."; working for Metro-Goldwyn Mayer, advent of sound; comedy and comedians
Columbia University
Early life in Texas; travels in England; English repertory company during 1930s; early career on Broadway and in Hollywood: "The Southerner," 1944, and "Mildred Pierce," 1946; production of "Requiem for a Nun," 1959; comparison of English and American theater; image as an actor; impressions of William Faulkner and Jean Renoir
University of Iowa
The Robert Blees Productions Papers consist of: Film treatments and screenplays written by Blees and other screenwriters including Casey Robinson, Oscar Saul and Joseph Stefano; produced and unproduced television scripts; other writings of Robert Blees such as short stories and a novelette
University of Wyoming - American Heritage Center
Collection contains correspondence to Asher from Louis Mountbatten, Errol Flynn, and Joseph P. Kennedy; letters written by James Garfield and Calvin Coolidge; a scrapbook of newspaper clippings on James J. Walker (1935); photographs including several of Laura La Plante and Elizabeth Taylor; postcards and newspaper clippings dealing with British royalty; speeches by Douglas Fairbanks, Jr.; and miscellaneous other materials
University of Wyoming - American Heritage Center
The collection contains many photographs of Keavy with personalities from the 1930s through the 1970s, including Edgar Bergen and Charley McCarthy, Frank Sinatra, and Claudette Colbert. Clippings and manuscripts of his articles represent decades of work as a journalist. There is a small number of letters. Also included are a run of "Clearline", 1972-1980; issues of magazines he wrote for such as "Air California", "Captain's Mate" and "New West" among others
University of Wyoming - American Heritage Center
Collection contains materials concerning Dave Epstein's clients and public relations activities, including correspondence, newspaper and magazine clippings, publicity photographs, and press releases. The collection also includes some administrative and personal files, as well as scripts and phonograph records created by Epstein's clients, and a scrapbook of director Frank Tuttle


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