Anita Loos collection, 1926-1975.


Anita Loos collection, 1926-1975.

Manuscripts of poems and prose pieces, chiefly on actors and actresses, and correspondence (1926-1975).

1 linear ft.


SNAC Resource ID: 8044608

Boston University. School of Medicine

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