The Rudolph Maté papers span the years circa 1930-1962 and encompass approximately 3 linear feet.
There are awards or programs and a couple contracts related to around a dozen films. In addition, there
are clippings, personal correspondence, legal and estate documents, identification cards, real estate
records, and photographs.
Rudolph Maté was a Polish-born cinematographer and director. He emigrated to Hollywood around 1933 and
was active in American films during the 1930s and 1940s. He was nominated in the cinematography category
for five consecutive years from 1940 to 1944.
3 linear feet of papers.
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