Papers, 1883-1992 (bulk 1932-1992).


Price, Vincent, 1911-1993. Papers, 1883-1992 (bulk 1932-1992).

Papers, 1883-1992 (bulk 1932-1992).

Correspondence, speeches and writings, lectures, business records, family papers, scripts, programs, playbills, publicity material, photographs, and other papers, relating to 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. Includes material on his association with with Sears, Roebuck and Company as an art consultant, roles in his horror films, appearances on the lecture circuit, support of the arts and particularly the work of American Indians, and his writings on art and cooking. Correspondents include his wives, actress Edith Barrett, costume designer Mary Grant Price, and actress Coral Browne, other family members, and Letitia Baldrige, Charles Collingwood, Joan Crawford, Henry Dreyfuss, Deanna Durbin, Alec Guinness, Helen Hayes, Sam Jaffe, Stanley Marcus, Roddy McDowall, Perry Townsend Rathbone, Joan Rivers, and Mary Wickes.

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