The Hal Mohr and Evelyn Venable papers span the years 1912-1974 (bulk 1930s-1940s) and encompass
approximately 3 linear feet. The collection contains clippings, correspondence, several scrapbooks, and
photographs. The photograph series consists of photographic prints and negatives of motion picture
production, television production, and biography photographs.
Hal Mohr was a cinematographer most active in film from the 1920s to 1960s. Evelyn Venable was an
actress active in film from 1933 to the early 1940s. The two were married in 1934. After raising a
family, Venable taught at UCLA from 1957.
2 linear feet of papers.
1 linear feet of photographs.
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