The Edit Angold papers span the years 1935-1970 (bulk 1940s-1950s) and encompass 1.0 linear foot. The
collection contains scripts, programs, and contracts, primarily related to Angold's theater, television,
and radio work.
Edit Angold was a German-born character actress. She first came to the United States in 1924 settling
permanently here in 1932. In 1940 she took up residence in California, where she was active in film,
television, radio, and theater. Her film credits include CAREER (1959), ESCAPE (1940), SUSPENSE (1946),
and TOMORROW THE WORLD (1944).
1 linear feet of papers.
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