Vincent Price Papers 1883-1992 (bulk 1932-1992)

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Vincent Price Papers, 1883-1992, (bulk 1932-1992)

Vincent Price Papers 1883-1992 (bulk 1932-1992)

Actor, art collector, and supporter of the arts. Correspondence, speeches and writings, lectures, business records, family papers, scripts, programs, playbills, publicity material, photographs, and other papers documenting Price's career as an actor in the theater, motion pictures, and television, as an art collector, critic, and consultant, and as a gourmet cook.

60,000 items; 230 containers plus 8 oversize; 92.5 linear feet

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