The Leonard Stanley collection spans the years 1926-1994 (bulk 1939-1974) and encompasses 52 linear
feet. The collection contains more than 500 costume design drawings and documents the work of many of
Hollywood? most prominent costume designers including Adrian, Ray Aghayan, Donald Brooks, Donfeld, Edith
Head, Irene, Orry Kelly, Jean Louis, Walter Plunkett, Helen Rose, Irene Sharaff, William Travilla, and
John Truscott. Some of the contemporary designers represented include Bob Mackie, Anthea Sylbert, and
Theadora Van Runkle. Many of the drawings include fabric swatches, notes related to the production of the
costumes, and approvals from producers and directors. The collection also contains a number of
unidentified drawings by Travis Banton, Howard Greer, Irene, and Edward Stevenson.
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