Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
Ben Hur productions photographs
Collection — Folder SP056
Scope and Contents This collection includes photographs from two Ben Hur films and one stage production ranging from 1902 to 1959, including William S. Hart as Messala in the 1902 theatrical production; Ramon Novarro as Ben-Hur and Francis X. Bushman as Messala in the 1925/1926 in the film; and Charlton Hesston as Ben-Hur in the 1959 film. The images were used in the November 30, 1958 issue of the Indianapolis Star.
Indiana Film Council records
Scope and Contents The papers of the Indiana Film Festival cover the period from 1973 to 1983. The collection has three series: administrative records, membership records, and program materials.The first series, administrative records, is arranged first alphabetically by category and then chronologically with the folders. These materials include by-laws of the Indiana Film Council, rosters identifying directors and officers (1973-1981), minutes of both the board of directors and Executive Committee...
Matthew E. Welsh papers
Scope and Contents The collection includes Welsh's papers as governor, including his correspondence on local and national issues, his correspondence with Indiana's Congressional delegation on state needs, reports and budgets of state agencies and commissions, legislation, speeches, schedules, press releases, newspaper clippings, recommendations, appointments and awards; correspondence, surveys, financial records, and other papers relating to the Indiana Democratic Party (1961-1965), including papers relating to...
Found in: Rare Books and Manuscripts / Matthew E. Welsh papers
Virginia Weidler photographs
Collection — Folder SP100
Scope and Contents This collection includes 3 black-and-white photographs of child actress Virginia Weidler during her visit to Indianapolis, Indiana for the world premiere of the film, Laddie, at the Circle Theater in March, 1935. One of the photographs was taken by P. M. Kirkpatrick. Two of the photographs show Weidler greeted by a crowd and posing. She appears to be doing school work in a dressing room in the third image.
Dates: 1935 March