The Frank Tuttle papers span the years 1925-1963 (bulk 1935-1962) and encompass 1.7 linear feet. The
collection contains scripts; story material; and personal correspondence, primarily numerous handwritten
letters between Tuttle and his daughter, Fredrika.
Frank Tuttle was an American director most active in film from the 1920s through 1940s. Prior to
directing, he found work as a publicity writer, magazine editor, and screenwriter. He directed more than
60 films released between 1922 and 1959.
1.7 linear feet of papers.
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