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L.D. Taylor family fonds
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[View of C.P.R. Piers B and C]

Inscripton on verso of print reads:"Second largest pier in the world. Opened and dedicated by Louis D. Taylor, Mayor of Vancouver, July 4, 1927, Diamond Jubilee of Confederation."

[Theodore P. Taylor]

Photograph is a professionally taken full-length portrait showing Theodore Taylor, aged twelve, standing with a bicycle on the sidewalk.

May 19[19]

File consists of Ted Taylor photographs and incoming correspondence of Caroline Little Pierce, Ted and Annie Louise Taylor. File contains fourteen photographs taken at Metro Pictures Corporation studio. Includes photographs taken on film sets, including the set of "One-Thing-At-a-Time O'Day." Includes photographs of Florence Porter Parks, Hale Hamilton, Herbert Blache, Wheeler Oakman, Bert Lytell, John McCormack, Eileen Percy, Joseph Kilgour, D.F. McSweeney, M.E. McLaughlin, Thomas [Mayton?] and Edwin Schneider. Some or all of the photographs may have been taken by Ted Taylor.

Ap[ril 19]19

File consists of thirteen photographs, correspondence and a certificate. Includes four negatives and a vintage print of actress Alla Nazimova, two photographs showing actors being filmed on a Metro Pictures Corporation studio set, two photographs of Viola Dana and May Allison, and several photographs of Ted Taylor at the studios. File also contains incoming correspondence of Ted Taylor and a death certificate for Winifred Mabel Pierce.

[Ruth Wing and a cat]

Item is a photograph with two images. Top image shows a white cat holding a mouse. Bottom image shows the white cat playing with the mouse against a wall, with a person standing beside (person's head is not shown).

[Ruth Wing]

Full length studio portrait. Inscription on the verso reads: "Somewhere - among the tears - and sighs I found a little smile. And here it is For you to see and have. From me to you until I fade from out your memory, Ruth."

[Family 1913-1928]

File consists of photographs, cards, certificate, newsletters, programs, notes and other material relating to Ted Taylor and members of his family. File contains a photograph, programs and other material relating to Ted Taylor's school activities in 1913 and 1914, a photograph of Mary and Octavia Beaton in 1913, a 1925 photograph of Ted and seven photographs of Mary Louise Taylor taken in 1926. File also includes incoming correspondence of Caroline Little Pierce, five issues of Ken Taylor's "The Weakly Indigestion," reporting on family activities and other items of interest, and a certificate of business for the L.A. Press Service.

Persons - Family

File consists of correspondence, notes, lists, diagrams and clippings relating to the Baker, Beaton and Taylor families. Includes correspondence from Gladys and Edith Baker, a photograph showing members of the Baker, Yull and Cooley families in 1947 and obituaries for Edith and Ray Stannard Baker. Beaton material includes Octavia Beaton correspondence, George Beaton records and Ted Taylor's notes concerning Beaton relatives. File also includes chronologies of significant events in family members' lives compiled by Ted, including his own personal and professional chronologies and lists of contacts, a Taylor-Beaton family tree and a letter of introduction for Ted by L.D. Taylor in 1928.
Items within the file have been arranged into the following sections by Ted Taylor: Baker; Beaton; Beaton friends; Dana; Family - days marking events; LDT; Family lines of relation; General records.

[Peter Taylor]

Photograph shows Peter Taylor sitting on a pony. It is inscribed on the recto: "With Love to my GreatGrandaddy from Peter."

1946 TT [Ted Taylor]

File consists of Ted Taylor personal and professional correspondence and notes, newspaper articles, a record book, cards, a photograph and other material. Includes correspondence with L.D. Taylor with Ken Taylor. Outgoing correspondence discusses Ted's work, family activities, and the death of Octavia Beaton. File also includes newspaper articles concerning L.D. and Ted Taylor, and records pertaining to L.D.'s death and Ted and Ken's trip to Vancouver to settle the estate. File also contains a Conference of Studio Unions press release, a photograph of Sam Simpkin and a card from the Screen Actors Guild.
Items within the file have been divided up into sections by Ted Taylor according to month of creation, as well as the following sections: LDT 1946 & TT; 1946.

Ag-Dc [August-December] 1939 TT [Ted Taylor]

File consists of Ted Taylor correspondence, employment records, financial records and receipts, copies of Ted Taylor articles, appointment book pages, publicity and other notes, newsletters, newspaper clippings, cards, a photo card and other material. Includes letters to and from L.D. Taylor and notes by L.D. concerning Williams Lake and his placer mining camp. File also contains correspondence and from the Motion Picture Democratic Committee and newspaper articles regarding the Screen Publicists Guild. Also included in the file is correspondence of Octavia Beaton and Mary Louise Taylor.
Items within the file have been divided up into sections by Ted Taylor according to month of creation.

Jr-Jl [January-July 19]39 TT [Ted Taylor]

File consists of Ted Taylor correspondence, as well as employment records, financial records, pages from Ted Taylor's appointment calendar, publicity and other notes, notices, newspaper clippings, articles, a postcard, a photograph of an unidentified woman and other material. The file also contains correspondence of Octavia Beaton and Mary Louise Taylor. Ted Taylor correspondence includes letters to and from L.D. Taylor, including correspondence regarding his visit to Los Angeles and a series of articles on his life printed in "The Province" newspaper. The file also contains a newspaper clipping concerning "The Left-Handed Dictionary," as well as correspondence from the Lightbearers of Los Angeles, Motion Picture Democratic Committee, 'First Year Club', Los Angeles Newspaper Guild and Screen Publicists Guild.
Items within the file have been divided up into sections by Ted Taylor according to month of creation.

Sp-Dc [September-December] 1938 TT [Ted Taylor]

File consists of Ted Taylor correspondence, programs, cards, receipts, and a photograph. File contains correspondence with L.D. Taylor, including a poem by L.D. and letters in which L.D. discusses his desire to run in the 1938 Vancouver mayoral election and his subsequent loss. File also includes a Los Angeles Newspaper Guild notice and cards from Sophie Tucker and Marge Decker.
Items within the file have been divided up into sections by Ted Taylor according to month of creation, as well as the following section: Xmas 1938.

Oc-Dc [October-December] 1937 TT [Ted Taylor]

File consists of correspondence, financial and employment records, studio passes, an agreement, publicity and other notes, cards and three photographs. Includes cards and greetings from Albert S. Rogell, Ralph and Buddy Welles, Tom Mix, Marge Decker and Sophie Tucker.
Items within the file have been divided up into sections by Ted Taylor according to month of creation.

[Ruth Wing?]

Head and shoulders portrait. Appears to have been part of larger composite picture.

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