The Whitney Williams papers span the years 1924-1977 and encompass approximately 3 linear feet. The
collection consists of correspondence, souvenir programs, and articles written by Williams from the "Los
Angeles Times" and "Daily Variety."
Whitney Williams started his journalistic career with the "Los Angeles Times," where he worked from
1925 through 1933 and later became a "Daily Variety" film reporter and reviewer from 1942 to 1977.
3 linear feet of papers.
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or individuals before quoting from or publishing materials obtained from the library.
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