This collection contains material relating to the personal activities of conservative political activist Florence Ranuzzi
co-founded Poor Richard's Bookshop in Hollywood, California. The materials reflect her early life in the motion picture industry,
papers concerning Poor Richard's Bookshop, with the bulk dating from 1957-1972. The collection includes 249 letters and
manuscript materials, 3 boxes of ephemera and small publications, and 6 scrapbooks.
Florence Edith Ranuzzi (1908-2002) was both a participant in the motion picture
industry of early Hollywood and, later in life, a political activist and co-founder
of Poor Richard’s Bookshop, the first conservative bookshop in the United States.
Approximately 700 pieces in 14 boxes
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