George Spaulding (1881-1959) was a screen, stage, radio, and television actor, as well as a stage producer and playwright.
The collection consists of theater programs, mementos, and a scrapbook relating to the Spaulding's acting career.
Spaulding was born in 1881; became a screen, stage, radio, and television actor, as well as a stage producer and playwright;
appeared in the following films: Chinese ring (1947), White heat (1949), House of strangers (1949), Kiss tomorrow goodbye (1949), When Willie comes marching home (1950), Jim Thorpe--All American (1951), Lure of the wilderness (1952), The President's lady (1953), and Woman's world (1954); he died on August 23, 1959 in Hollywood, California.
1 Linear Feet
(1 box, 1 oversize container)
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