The Andrew L. Stone papers span the years circa 1927-1972 and encompass approximately 48 linear feet.
The collection consists of production files, including scripts and contracts; scripts and story material
for unproduced projects; scrapbooks; some personal files, with biographical information; disc recordings;
Andrew L. Stone was an American director, producer, and screenwriter most active in film from 1928 to
1972. He is probably best known for his films that incorporate classical music, including screen
biographies of Edvard Grieg, Victor Herbert, and Johann Strauss Jr.
48 linear feet of papers.
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