The Elizabeth Poe Kerby papers span the years 1951-2003 (bulk 1953-1957) and encompass 1.2 linear
feet. The papers consist of clippings, correspondence, periodicals, unpublished manuscripts, court
documents, and interview notes with individuals blacklisted within the Hollywood film industry.
Elizabeth Poe Kerby was an American journalist active between 1949 and 1964. She wrote for "Frontier"
magazine, a West-coast journal which tackled social issues, and was responsible for a number of articles
and reports on blacklisting in Hollywood.
1.2 linear feet of papers.
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