The Karl Tunberg research notebooks are from 1945, and circa 1954, and encompass one linear foot. The
collection consists of one volume of background material and two volumes of research photographs related
to IMPERFECT LADY (1947); one volume of research notes for IMMORTAL WIFE, an unproduced Paramount
project; and one volume of background material prepared by the Warner Bros. Research Department titled,
"The Alaskans and How They Lived."
Karl Tunberg was an American screenwriter active in film from 1937 to 1970. The screenplay for
IMPERFECT LADY (1947) was written by Tunberg.
1 linear foot of papers.
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