An Inventory of Her Collection at the Harry Ransom Center
|Starr, Frances, 1880/1881-1973
|Frances Starr Collection
|1885-1965 (bulk 1909-1952), undated
|5 document boxes (2.10 linear feet)
|This collection includes mainly incoming correspondence and some scripts for the American stage, film, and television actress Frances Starr. Starr’s collection was formerly a part of the Center’s Theater Arts Manuscripts Collection, but now forms a separate, discrete collection.
|Manuscript Collection MS-03982
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|Frances Starr Collection (Manuscript Collection MS-03982). Harry Ransom Center, The University of Texas at Austin.>
|The Frances Starr Collection was formerly a part of the Center’s Theater Arts Manuscripts Collection, but now forms a separate, discrete collection. Items in the Theater Arts Manuscript Collection were mainly acquired from either the Albert Davis Collection of Theater Artifacts in 1956, or the Messmore Kendall Collection in 1958.
|Kayla Jones and Joan Sibley 2023. Note: This finding aid replicates and replaces information previously available only in a card catalog. Please see the explanatory note at the end of this finding aid for information regarding the arrangement of the manuscripts as well as the abbreviations commonly used in descriptions.