The Toddy Pictures Company collection spans the years 1930-1949 (bulk 1937-1947) and encompasses less
than one linear foot. The collection consists primarily of dialogue continuity scripts and advertising
material for around 40 films and some contracts.
Toddy Pictures Company was an American film production and distribution company specializing in black
films. Founded by Ted Toddy (1900-1983) in 1941, the company continued to operate into the 1970s.
0.6 linear feet of papers.
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