Papers of actor and writer including correspondence, photographs, scrapbooks and literary manuscripts. Wallsten acted on Broadway
before serving in the Navy in New Guinea during WWII. After the war, Wallsten wrote plays, teleplays, and short stories and
had a long association with Judith Anderson and ghost wrote her unpublished autobiography. Wallsten was married to actress
Cynthia Rogers who was involved with the University Players (Falmouth, Mass). Wallsten and Rogers were family friends of the
Steinbecks and Wallsten edited the edition of Steinbeck's letters.
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