George Larkin (1888-1946) starred in many silent films and wrote mystery scripts with his wife, Olive Kirby Larkin, including
Bulldog courage (1922) and
The Pell Street Mystery (1924), which became silent films in which George Larkin also starred. The collection consists of manuscripts jointly written
by George and Olive Kirby Larkin for radio, stage, and motion picture production. There is also a book, clippings, other printed
material, photographs, postcards, and prints.
George Larkin was born in 1888; he starred in many silent films, including: While father telephoned (1913), Zongar (1918), The devil's trail (1919), Man trackers (1921), Barriers of folly (1922), Way of the transgressor (1923), Yankee madness (1924), and The right man (1925); wrote mystery scripts with his wife, Olive Kirby Larkin, including Bulldog courage (1922) and The Pell Street Mystery (1924), which became silent films in which George Larkin also starred; he died in 1946.
5 boxes (2.5 linear ft.)
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