The Murray Garrett photographs span the 1940s-1970s and encompass 11.3 linear feet. The collection
consists of 11,587 prints and negatives of subject photographs. These include images from motion picture,
television, and radio productions and premieres and other Hollywood industry events.
Murray Garrett is a Hollywood press photographer. He got his start in New York in 1941 and relocated
to Hollywood in 1946. His work has appeared in numerous magazines including "Time" and "Life".
11.3 linear feet of photographs.
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