The William Tuttle papers span the years 1912-1998 (bulk 1930-1990) and encompass 29 linear feet of
papers and photographs and 681 pieces of production art. The material relates to Tuttle's career and
includes some scripts, production material and makeup charts, correspondence, periodicals, scrapbooks,
drawings, photographs, and artifacts.
William Tuttle was an American makeup artist, primarily at Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM), active in film
from the 1930s through 1970s.
17 linear feet of papers.
12 linear feet of photographs.
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