Victoria Wolff (1908-ca. 1990s) was a scenarist and film scripter for 20th Century Fox and Metro-Goldwyn-Meyer, a foreign
Madame, and a contributor to Swiss and German magazines. The collection consists of books, correspondence, manuscripts, photographs,
and ephemera related to Victoria Wolff's career as a writer.
Victoria Wolff was born at Heilbronn in South Germany, December 10, 1908; BA, University of Munich (1929); MA, University
of Lausanne (1931); left Germany (1933) and spent the next six years in Ascona, Switzerland working as a freelance writer;
moved to America (1941); worked as scenarist and film scripter for both 20th Century Fox and Metro-Goldwyn-Meyer; foreign
correspondent for Madame and contributor to Swiss and German magazines; various writings include Fabulous city (1957), And seven shall die (1954), and The white evening dress (1941); died ca. 1990s.
1 box (0.5 linear ft.)
8 cartons (8 linear ft.)
1 oversize box
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