The Edgar G. Ulmer papers span the years circa 1930s-1980s and encompass 8.3 linear feet. The
collection consists of scripts, biographical and credit data, clippings and reviews, contracts,
correspondence, books, periodicals, and photographs.
Edgar G. Ulmer was an Austrian-born director active in film from 1929 to 1965. He arrived in the
United States in 1923, and worked in both the U.S. and Germany throughout the 1920s before settling in
Hollywood in 1930.
8.3 linear feet of papers.
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