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Noel Coward, 1899-1973
Literary File, Photography Collection

97 items

Acquisition: Internal transfers
Access: Open for research
Processed by: Susan McClellan and Mary Foster, 2006
RLIN Record ID: None


Table of Contents

Scope and Contents
Item List
Index of Photographers

Scope and Contents

The Noel Coward Literary File consists of 97 photographs, including portraits of Coward and stills from productions of his plays. An index at the end of this guide lists photographers whose work is featured in this file. Further descriptions of some items are available in a card catalog in the repository.

This file forms a part of the Literary File Collection, which is comprised of photographs and albums withdrawn from the libraries and/or papers of literary figures, and generally include portraits and images collected by or of those figures.


Item List

Container Accession / P No.     Description
PH:LF:Coward, N.P1-P2 Production stills from Coward's play Shadows of the Evening .
PH:LF:Coward, N. 997:0050:0001-0028Movie stills associated with the British Navy (4" x 5" contact prints).
PH:LF:Albums:Coward, N., 1 997:0050:0029-0069Ring binder containing 41 photographic prints, 1933-1948; label on spine: "Noel Coward / Photographs from Plays" (titles of plays indicated by tabs); booklabel of Herbert Schimmel.
PH:LF:Albums:Coward, N., 2 997:0050:0070-0095Ring binder containing 26 photographic prints, 1936-1959; label on spine: "Noel Coward 'Ivor Novello' / Photographs."


Index of Photographers

Central Press Photo Ltd.--997:0050:0078
Horst, 1906-1999--997:0050:0077
Kar, Ida, 1908-1974--997:0050:0072
McBean, Angus, 1904- --P1-P2
Pictorial Parade--997:0050:0074
Planet News Ltd.--997:0050:0075
Tucker, Richard--997:0050:0050, 0053-0056, 0059, 0061, 0064-0067
Vandamm Studio--997:0050:0029-0030, 0032-0034, 0044-0049, 0057-0058, 0063, 0069


Noel Coward Literary File Finding Aid
(Last modified: 10 July 2007)

Reference queries to: photography@hrc.utexas.edu

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