Celebrity Portraits of the 1930s

Description These photographs are a sample of the hundreds of signed portraits of actors and celebrities in the Albert J. Flogge Performing Arts Collection. The portrait of Cary Grant as a very young man was signed by Grant with his birth name, Archie Leach, which he used during the early part of his career before his motion picture debut in 1931. In addition to photographs, the collection provides researchers with an extensive grouping of historical film memorabilia including theater programs, correspondence, movie posters, press books, and press releases.
Institution Kent State University
Repository Special Collections and Archives
Provenance/Collection Albert J. Flogge Performing Arts collection
Finding aid Finding Aid for the Albert J. Flogge Performing Arts collection
Portion Digitized Photograph of: Three celebrity portraits from the Albert J. Flogge Performing Arts collection
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Format of Original print


Curated by Kathleen Siebert Medicus with guest contributors