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Stills and promotional material

File consists of various items including promotional materials for "Where Timber Wolves Call," a brief description and history of Tommy Tompkins Wildlife Films written by Michael Collier in 2010 at the time of donation to the archives, undated handwritten notes about "Valley of the Grizzly," a brief biography of Tommy Tompkins provided by the CBC Television Network, stills from ["Where the Timber Wolves Call"] see 2010-058.130 to 2010-058.152, and a second description of Tompkins that is undated, presumably written by and for use by Tommy Tompkins Wildlife Films.

Collier, Michael J.

Hot Paint - Rogers Doc[umentary] fund

File contains correspondence, pitch notes, budgets, a work plan, and other documents related to acquiring funding to produce a television series showcasing Jeff King, of Nanaimo BC, and the annual body paint competition he organizes.

The New Deal

File consists of Vol. 1, Nos. 4-37 of The New Deal newspaper, dating from April 16 to December 1, 1937.

Family 1931 Jr-Aug [January to August]

File consists of correspondence, newspaper and magazine clippings, photographs, notes, receipts, cards postcards and ephemeral and other material. File includes Octavia Beaton and Ken Taylor correspondence and Ted Taylor's personal and professional correspondence and notes. Correspondence includes letters to and from L.D. Taylor and George J. Fowler concerning L.D.'s illness and family activities. The file also contains articles by and pertaining to Ted, newspaper clippings relating to Ken's job with the Radio News Service, an obituary for Kate Cooley Taylor, and eight negatives and four prints of Mary Louise Taylor and Octavia Beaton at the beach. Also included in the file are cards and greetings from Bill Pine, Colleen Moore and Natalie Moorhead.
File has been divided up into the following sections by Ted Taylor: Ken 1931, etc.; Jan '31; Feb '31, Ap '31; My '31; Je '31; Jy '31; Ag '31.

Family 1923 Jr-Ap [January to April]

File consists of correspondence, notes, financial records, four photographs, lists, address book pages, newspaper clippings, articles, a script and other material relating mainly to the personal and professional activities of Ted Taylor. Personal correspondents of Ted include Ruth Wing, Annie Louise Taylor and various friends. Professional correspondence relates to his positions in the Publicity Department of Goldwyn picturess and as Motion Picture Editor at the L.A. Record, and includes correspondence with colleagues at various Hollywood studios and publications. Includes letters from Ferdinand Earle pertaining to his intention to produce a screen version of "Faust" and Mary Pickford's intention to do the same, as well as letters concerning his dealings with David O. Selznick. The file also contains records relating to Ted's dismissal as the editor of "CAMERA!"; clippings of articles by or pertaining to Ted Taylor; and clippings, correspondence and other material relating to Ted's assignment by Goldwyn to be on location for Eric von Stroheim's production of "McTeague." Also included in the file are three photographs of Ruth and one photograph of Ted, Ted's notes relating to his marriage to Ruth and her activities, and a script by Ruth Kenyon.
Items within the file have been divided up into sections by Ted Taylor according to month of creation.

[19]45 TT [Ted Taylor]

File consists of Ted Taylor's personal and professional correspondence and notes, financial records and receipts, newsletter, cards, address book pages, war ration book, postcards, a photograph, objectss and other material. File also contains Mary Louise Taylor correspondence and correspondence with Ken Taylor and L.D. Taylor, which includes several letters from L.D. and attached newspaper clippings. Ted Taylor outgoing correspondence discusses family activities, his career, including work with the War Labor Board, and the Hollywood strike. File also contains a draft review of a Leonard Louis Levinson production and related correspondence. Other records within this file relate to Ted's association with the Central Labor Council, the Los Angeles Newspaper Guild and the Screen Publicists Guild. File also contains a photograph in a Christmas card of Edith and Arthur Baker. Objects in this file are badges from Ken Taylor's military uniform, a Nazi badge and a yellow Star of David badge bearing the German word 'Jude'.
Items within the file have been divided up into sections by Ted Taylor according to month of creation, as well as the following sections: KT army '42-'45; Price control.

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