American screen and theater : photographs and lobby cards, 1914-1965 (bulk: 1930-1949)


American screen and theater : photographs and lobby cards, 1914-1965 (bulk: 1930-1949)

Includes 231 photographs and 231 lobby cards. Some of the photographs are signed by the stars. Many of the productions were performed in San Francisco's Curran and Geary theaters, some in New York and Los Angeles, and only one, "Wedding Bells," in London, 1920. The earliest photographs are from a production in Salt Lake City, "Back to the Country Store," 1914.

4 linear ft.; (4 print boxes)


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