The Daniel Mann papers span the years 1919-1992 (bulk 1945-1985) and encompass 20 linear feet. The
collection consists of production files, scripts, and film-related correspondence for some 20 of Mann's
films. There are also clippings, casting requests from actors, teaching projects, and fan mail from
around the world. The photograph series consists of 1,798 items, and contains primarily scenes and off-
camera photographs from films directed by Mann.
Daniel Mann was an American director active in film from 1952 to 1978. Mann arrived in Hollywood in
the early 1950s. His directing credits include COME BACK, LITTLE SHEBA (1952), THE ROSE TATTOO (1955),
and BUTTERFIELD 8 (1960).
18 linear feet of papers.
2 linear feet of photographs.
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