The Grover Jones papers span the years 1910s-1940s and encompass approximately 29 linear feet. The
material consists of production files, script and story material, correspondence, and photographs. The
photograph series consists of one album, prints, and negatives of motion picture production and biography
Grover Jones was an American screenwriter active from 1920 to 1940. He received Oscar nominations for
writing the original story for LADY AND GENT (1932) and for writing the screenplay for THE LIVES OF A
28 linear feet of papers.
1 linear feet of photographs.
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