File - - Family 1926

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Family 1926

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  • 1926 (Creation)

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File consists of correspondence, nine photographs, newspaper clippings, articles, a notebook, postcards, cards and other material. Includes mainly the personal and professional correspondence of Ted Taylor. Personal correspondence consists of letters to and from friends and family, including correspondence with Annie Louise Taylor, Ken Taylor, Caroline Little Pierce, Ruth Wing, William Wing, George Beaton, Bruce Beaton, and a letter to L.D. Taylor. Also included are letters from Octavia Beaton to Annie and incoming correspondence of Carolyn Little Pierce. Letters from Ruth Wing discuss goings-on in the Hollywood film industry and the re-opening of the William Taylor murder case. Professional correspondents include Howard Strickling, Metro-Goldwyn Pictures and Tom Reed of Universal Pictures. The file also contains clippings of newspaper articles concerning L.D. Taylor and Ted Taylor, six photographs of Mary Louise Taylor, two photographs of Ruth Wing (CVA 1477-1231 and CVA 1477-1232), and cards from Edith Millicent Ryan and Jackie Coogan.
Items within the file have been divided up into sections by Ted Taylor according to month of creation.

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File contains very acidic and brittle papers. Some items are affected by mold. July 2 letter to L.D. Taylor is very faded and very brittle

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CVA 1477-1224, CVA 1477-1225, CVA 1477-1226, CVA 1477-1227, CVA 1477-1228, CVA 1477-1229, CVA 1477-1230, CVA 1477-1231, CVA 1477-1232

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Photographs have been removed from physical file and stored separately for preservation reasons

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  • Box: 951-F-04 fld 01-04
  • Box: 198-D-06
  • Box: 198-E-02