The photographs and papers in the collection relate to the life of Fred Engel, who worked in Hollywood throughout the 1940s.
Frederick W. Engel (b. 1897) worked in Hollywood’s film industry during its ‘golden age’. Throughout the 1940s, he befriended
movie stars and was a major figure in Los Angeles’ social scene. Engel died in 1971, and is buried in the Hollywood Forever
3 linear feet (1 box)
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