Correspondence, writings, audiocassettes, clippings, administrative records, contracts, publicity material, photographs, and
other material, 1974-2011, from film and theater producer, actor, and writer Dale Reynolds. The collection includes documents
related to film and theatrical productions that Reynolds produced; research material, recorded interviews, and manuscripts
for Reynold's magazine articles covering the entertainment industry and for his published book
L.A. Scene; and administrative records for Triangle Square, Gay and Lesbian Elder Housing in Hollywood, California.
Arthur Dale Reynolds IV was born in Santa Ana, California on February 9, 1944. Reynolds served in the United States Navy
and attended US International University in San Diego, California. He worked as a development assistant for Zelda Rubinstein
before working as a producer and actor in film and the Los Angeles theater community. Throughout the 1980s and 1990s, Reynolds
also wrote articles on the entertainment industry for numerous gay and lesbian magazines. In 1982, he co-founded the Alliance
for Gay and Lesbian Artists in the Entertainment Industry. As of 2015, Reynolds is a resident of Triangle Square, Gay and
Lesbian Elder Housing in Hollywood, California.
4.8 Linear Feet
3 boxes, 1 flat box.
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