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Bosworth (Cecile K.) Papers
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Papers of Cecile Kibre Bosworth, a pioneering activist who helped conceive and promote the G.I. Bill of Rights and the designation of an annual Armed Forces Day. She was married to silent screen actor and Paramount Studios co-founder Hobart Bosworth.
Background
Cecile Kibre Bosworth was a pioneering activist who helped conceive and promote the G.I. Bill of Rights and the designation of an annual Armed Forces Day. Early in her life she worked in the film industry where she met Hobart Bosworth, the older and well-known stage actor turned movie actor, writer, director, and producer. They married in December 1920. Hobart died in 1943. Cecile died in 1997 at 100 years of age.
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.417 Linear Feet (1 box)
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