The Jack and Bonita Granville Wrather Papers consist of textual and non-textual materials dating from the period 1890 to 1990.
They document the considerable careers of Jack (1918-1984) and Bonita Granville Wrather (1923-1988) in the areas of entertainment,
business, and politics.
Bonita Granville Wrather was born in 1923 in New York City to Bernard Granville and Rosina Granville (neé Timponi). Bonita's
lineage was rich in the field of the arts and entertainment: her maternal grandmother had been a ballerina for the Ballet
Russe of Monaco, and her maternal grandfather conducted at the famed La Scala opera house of Milan, Italy. Father Bernard
was a regular on the vaudeville stage of New York, talented and popular enough to appear in the top end of that venue, the
famous Ziegfeld Follies. It was from her father that Bonita came by the nickname "Bunny."
105 archival document boxes, 15 oversize boxes, 6 records storage boxes, 3 flat files
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