Actors and actresses
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:
Collection — Box Single Folder Collections - 1999 Box, Folder: 99.0274 - Folder 1
Scope and Contents This collection relates to actress and singer Frances Langford who served with the United Service Organization (USO) during World War II with Bob Hope. The collection contains an oral history interview transcript, four photographs, one from her USO days and three from 1998 when the interview was conducted, as well as audio taped interviews of Langford.
Dates: Created: 1940-1945; Other: Date acquired: 05/28/1999
Collection — Box Single Folder Collections - 2004 Box, Folder: 04.0280 - Folder 1
Content Description This collection relates to Katherine Reibman who served in the Women's Army Corps during World War II at Camp Upton. This collection contains an Oral History where Reibman recounts her experiences during the war where she was responsible for handing out uniforms and later handing over the records of African Americans being discharged.
Dates: October 20, 2004; Event: 1944-1946
Collection — 1 Roll of Papers: Shares space with other collections
Identifier: MSS 85-17
Scope and Contents This collection contains newspaper articles on the movie industry in Florida from 1898 to 1980. Topics include the film industry in various Florida cities and film companies in Florida. Dr. Nelson wrote a dissertation entitled, Florida and the American motion picture industry 1898-1930. Other topics pertinent to the collection include: film companies, film studios, Tallahassee, motion picture companies, New York, Winter Haven history, Gainesville, Clearwater, Florida Keys, Ocala, Palm Beach, women directors, technicolor, Florida film history, Jacksonville, Tarzan, Florida Senate, New Port Richey, silent comedies, Florida House of Representatives, Florida culture, Tampa newspapers, Miami,...
Dates: Created: 1898-1980