Marguerite Moreno papers 1882-1949 1914-1948


Marguerite Moreno papers 1882-1949 1914-1948

The Marguerite Moreno Papers consist of letters from Moreno to Gaston Baheux, an animateur of Parisian cabarets known as Tonton de Montmartre; other correspondence; journals, drafts of published writings, and unidentified writings; family photographs, photographs of Moreno, and theater and film production photographs of her and other actors; and a small amount of personal papers. The papers mainly concern Moreno's friendships and acting career, particularly during the 1930s-1940s, and her autobiographical writings, with some materials relating to her experiences as an acting teacher in Argentina and as a nurse during World War I.

2.72 linear feet (7 boxes and 1 portfolio)



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