Jean Howard papers, 1930-1990.

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Howard, Jean, 1910-2000. Jean Howard papers, 1930-1990.

Jean Howard papers, 1930-1990.

The Jean Howard collection contains her famous photographs and negatives of Hollywood events and stars. Her partial list of Hollywood subjects includes Darryl Zanuck, Tyrone Power, Laurence Olivier, Richard Burton, Jimmy Stewart, Marilyn Monroe, and Judy Garland. Her non-Hollywood list includes Cole Porter, Irving Berling, Jean Cocteau, Charles Feldman, Christoper Isherwood, Noel Coward, and the Getty Museum. There is also professional and personal correspondence related to her husband's business and her life as a photographer. There are biographical materials related to her early career, and notes related to her trips with Cole Porter.

22.5 cubic ft. (40 boxes)

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Howard, Jean, 1910-2000

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