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Family 1919 June-Dec.
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File consists of photographs, correspondence, newsletters and notes pertaining mainly to the personal and professional activities of Ted Taylor. File contains thirty-one images of Ted Taylor and his friends, mainly at the beach (CVA 1477-1130 to CVA 1477-1161), and twenty-six images taken at Metro Pictures Corporation studios (CVA 1477-1068, CVA 1477-1114 to 1129, CVA 1477-1357 to CVA 1477-1365). These include photographs of sets, actors, and directors, including photographs of Ted, Emmy Wehlen, Herbert Blache, Henry Otto, John H. Ince, Viola Dana and Ormer Locklear and photographs taken during the filming of "Fools and Their Money" and "A Favor to a Friend."
Also included in the file is Ted's personal and professional correspondence. Includes correspondence with Olga Petrova, and with Metro Pictures Corporations's Director of Publicity and Advertising, pertaining to Ted's activities as News Director and his suggested improvements for the News Department. File also contains an account by Ted of his work at Metro, two issues of "The Daily Gobble" by Kenneth Taylor and a small amount of correspondence of Annie Louise Taylor and Caroline Little Pierce (incoming only).
File contains very acidic and very brittle papers. Some papers require flattening.
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- CVA 1477-1114, CVA 1477-1115, CVA 1477-1116, CVA 1477-1117, CVA 1477-1118, CVA 1477-1119, CVA 1477-1120, CVA 1477-1121, CVA 1477-1122, CVA 1477-1123, CVA 1477-1124, CVA 1477-1125, CVA 1477-1126, CVA 1477-1127, CVA 1477-1128, CVA 1477-1129, CVA 1477-1134, CVA 1477-1135, CVA 1477-1136, CVA 1477-1137, CVA 1477-1138, CVA 1477-1139, CVA 1477-1140, CVA 1477-1142, CVA 1477-1143, CVA 1477-1144, CVA 1477-1145, CVA 1477-1146, CVA 1477-1147, CVA 1477-1148, CVA 1477-1149, CVA 1477-1150, CVA 1477-1151, CVA 1477-1152, CVA 1477-1153, CVA 1477-1154, CVA 1477-1155, CVA 1477-1156, CVA 1477-1157, CVA 1477-1158, CVA 1477-1159, CVA 1477-1160, CVA 1477-1161, CVA 1477-1357, CVA 1477-1358, CVA 1477-1359, CVA 1477-1360, CVA 1477-1361, CVA 1477-1362, CVA 1477-1363, CVA 1477-1364, CVA 1477-1365
- CVA 1477-1068, CVA 1477-1130 to CVA 1477-1141, CVA 1477-1357 to CVA 1477-1362 (nitrate negatives)
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Related photographs may be found in the file [Scrapbook 1918-1924], including a vintage print of CVA 1477-1068
- Photographs have been removed from physical file and stored separately for preservation reasons.
- Some papers are very brittle and require flattening in order to be fully readable