The Ruth Morley papers span the years 1958-1990 (bulk 1970s and 1980s) and encompass 11.6 linear feet.
The collection includes contracts, correspondence, notes, and scripts, as well as costume plots,
clippings, and budget information. There are costume design drawings for more than three dozen films.
Ruth Morley was an Austria-born costume designer. She moved to the United States as a teenager and was
active in Hollywood films from the late 1950s through 1991. Morley was nominated for an Academy Award in
the costume design category for THE MIRACLE WORKER (1962). She is best known for her work on ANNIE HALL
11.6 linear feet of papers.
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