Motion picture actors and actresses -- United States -- Archival resources
Found in 30 Collections and/or Records:
This collection contains drafts of Steps in Time, the autobiography of American actor and dancer Fred Astaire (1899-1987), first published in 1959. Materials reflect the work at various stages and include handwritten and typed drafts, notes, proofs, and galleys.
This collection consists chiefly of materials related to the acting career of American actor Charles Bickford (1891-1967), covering the period 1925 to 1967. Materials include stills, magazine and newspaper clippings and publicity, and programs and ephemera from Bickford's work in plays, film, television, and radio.
Ray Bolger sheet music collection contains materials related to American actor, singer, dancer, vaudevillian, and stage performer Ray Bolger (1904-1987).
This collection contains the papers of American actress Billie Burke (1885-1970) including 50 radio scripts, 3 television scripts, lobby cards for three films (1917-1919), press clippings, three scrapbooks, and photographs including personal photographs and 240 production stills from films.
This collection consists of framed painted portraits of actors, actresses, and prominent figures in cinema. Previews of portraits are shown on the outside of some boxes.
This small collection contains miscellaneous items related to the Barrymore family of actors primarily collected by Samuel Colt (died 1986), the son of Ethel Barrymore, dating from 1911 to 1959.
This collection contains the papers of American television and film actor Don DeFore (1913-1993). Materials include 31 screenplays, 9 reels of TV film, 16 radio transcriptions of late 1940s programs. Also included are movie magazines, publicity materials, playbills, pressbooks, clippings, photos, business papers and personal items. Collection covers the years 1947-1967.
This collection consists of photographs, scripts, personal diaries, and notebooks of American actress Claire Dubrey (1892-1993). Dubrey appeared in more than 200 films between 1916 and 1959, most notably during the silent film era.