The Milton Krims papers span the years 1931-1974 (bulk 1960s) and encompass 7.9 linear feet. The
collection contains scripts, teleplays, and correspondence.
Milton Krims was an American screenwriter active in film and television from 1931 to 1965. He wrote
more than 25 films, including CONFESSIONS OF A NAZI SPY (1939). During World War II he made military
films while serving as commanding officer of the United States Army Air Corps Fifth Combat Camera
7.9 linear feet of papers.
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