The Gregory Peck papers span from the 1920s to 1993 and encompass approximately 132 linear feet. The
collection contains production files for film and television, subject files, correspondence, scrapbooks,
and photographs. The photograph series consists of more than 6,000 items. There are scene, off-camera,
and set reference photographs, as well as portraits, snapshots, and publicity photographs.
Gregory Peck was American actor active from 1944 to 1991. A life member of the Academy, he received an
Academy Award for best actor for TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD (1962) and the 1967 Jean Hersholt Humanitarian
Award. He was also nominated in the acting category for THE KEYS OF THE KINGDOM (1945), THE YEARLING
(1946), GENTLEMAN'S AGREEMENT (1947), and TWELVE O'CLOCK HIGH (1949).
117 linear feet of papers.
15 linear feet of photographs.
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