The Edith Lynch papers span the years circa 1940s-1960s and encompass 1 linear foot. The collection
contains material generated and collected by Lynch, primarily in her role as publicist for Jane Russell,
including correspondence and photographs. For Russell? personal appearances in the 1960s there are
clippings, contracts, correspondence, receipts, and schedules.
Edith Shoemaker Lynch was an American publicist active in film from the mid-1930s. After typing
scripts for Cecil B. DeMille she worked in the publicity department at RKO. Through her publicity work
for Howard Hughes Productions, she became actress Jane Russell's press agent.
1 linear feet of papers.
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