The Monogram Pictures photographs span the years 1937-1942 and encompass 14 linear feet. The
collection consists of 6,749 items, including original negatives, photographic prints, and copy
negatives. Some 127 feature films are represented by scene and off-camera photographs, publicity
portraits, and killed shots.
Monogram Pictures, an American film production and distribution company, was formed in 1930. The
Hollywood studio produced and released nearly 1,000 genre films, such as Westerns, serials, horror films,
comedy shorts, and melodramas, between 1931 and 1953.
14 linear feet of photographs.
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