Mason Adams was an actor whose career spanned film, radio, television, and theater. The collection consists of scripts related
to Adams' acting career, video and audio tapes, and a small amount of personal material.
Mason Adams was born Mason Abrams in Brooklyn on February 26, 1919. He received his master's degree from the University of
Wisconsin in the early 1940s before returning to New York, where he taught speech for several years at the Neighborhood Playhouse
on East 54th Street. It was in the 1940s that he also started his acting career.
7.8 linear feet
(11.5 boxes, 3 cartons, 1 LP box)
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