The J. Stuart Blackton papers span the years 1912-1962 (bulk 1917-1940) and encompass 1.5 linear feet.
The collection contains production material, clippings, contracts, correspondence, distribution reports,
radio scripts, autobiographical manuscript material, and a photograph album.
James Stuart Blackton was born in Sheffield, England, and emigrated to the United States when he was
ten. He was a producer and director, as well as cofounder of the Vitagraph Company. Blackton served on
the Academy Board of Governors from October 1927 to October 1929.
1.5 linear feet of papers.
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