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Title Rex Ingram papers.
Extent And Medium 1 large archive box; film; 2 certs
Author Ingram, Rex, 1893-1950, film director
Admin Biographical History Hitchcock, Reginald Ingram Montgomery (‘Rex Ingram’); born in Dublin; lived for some time in Kinnity, Co Offaly where his father was rector; edcuated in St Columba's College and Yale University; convert to Islam. In 1926 he was awarded the Légion d'honneur francaise. His masterpiece was the film The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse with cinematographer John Seitz. see Dictionary of Irish Biography
Alice Frances Taaffe (Terry), actor, married Ingram, being his second wife, in 1921.
Scope And Content /1 (fol i-585) Memoir
/2-6 Correspondence
/7-60a Photographs
/61-73 Sketches
/74-81 Passport and identification documents, and certificates
/82-95 Miscellaneous material
/96-97 Film pamphlets - 'The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse'
/98-103 Newspaper cuttings Rex Ingram
/104-113 Newspaper cuttings Alice Terry
/114-116 Storage box and medals
Custodial History Family descent.
Document MS 11448 Rex Ingram.pdf
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Related Material MS 9787/173 Flyer for the screening of the Metro film The Arab starring Ramon Novarro and Alice Terry directed by Ingram, shown in Bloomfield, Ohio, 1924. Presented in 2013 by Kara Hunter-Oden, Georgia, USA.
MS 11473 is a copy of an MA thesis on Ingram by Paul Enright Kozac, 1978
There are Liam O'Leary/Ingram-related papers in the NLI
MS 9331/144 Waiting for Godot playbill for the Ethel Barrymore Theatre New York [1957]. Earle Hyman, Rex Ingram, Mantan Moreland.
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