Leo Sullivan Papers
Title: Leo Sullivan Papers
Collection Number: 74-2980
Creator/Collector: Sullivan, Leo
Extent: 1.5 linear feet
Repository: History San Jose Research Library
Abstract: Papers of violinist and theater orchestra leader Leo Sullivan, documenting vaudeville theater in San Francisco and San Jose, California, in the early 20th century.
Language of Material: English
The papers are open to the public by appointment with the Curator of Library and Archives.
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Leo Sullivan Papers. History San Jose Research Library
Part of San Jose Historical Museum's original collection; processed in 2007.
Papers of violinist and theater orchestra leader Leo Sullivan, documenting vaudeville theater in San Francisco and San Jose, California, in the early 20th century. Includes news clippings; personal correspondence, memoirs and notes; theatre programs; maps and ephemera from San Jose. Also includes .5 linear feet of black and white photographs of theater productions and actors. Includes material from San Jose's Victory Theatre, Jose Theater, and San Francisco's Orpheum.