The Natalie Kalmus papers span the years 1929-1948 (bulk 1939-1948) and encompass 0.8 linear foot. The
collection contains information on early 1940 Technicolor films, including camera department crew calls,
schedules, correspondence, and interoffice memos. Miscellany includes fan mail, horoscopes, household
bills, personal correspondence, testimonials by Kalmus for House of Westmore, and the manuscript for an
article by Kalmus on color photography.
Natalie Kalmus was an American film executive. She married Herbert T. Kalmus in 1902. Natalie Kalmus
was executive head of the Technicolor art department in the 1930s and 1940s.
0.8 linear feet of papers.
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