Julia Sanderson papers 1913-1935 1913-1928


Julia Sanderson papers 1913-1935 1913-1928

The Julia Sanderson papers consist of correspondence, ephemera and scrapbooks of clippings and photographs documenting the careers of Julia Sanderson and her husband, Frank Crumit. The papers span the years 1913-1935 and contain materials primarily from the theatrical careers. No material is included for their years in radio.


SNAC Resource ID: 6317568

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