Leone Cass Baer photographs collection 1910-1923


Leone Cass Baer photographs collection 1910-1923

The collection consists primarily of autographed publicity portraits of music, theater, and movie personalities, given to Leone Cass Baer, ca. 1910-1921, when she was drama editor and critic for the Oregonian. A few are unsigned, including a photographic print on postcard stock of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Houdini, and a few are movie stills and scenes from theater productions.

1.8 cubic feet; 73 photographs in 1 document box and 9 oversize folders



SNAC Resource ID: 6374607

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