Scope and arrangement
The papers of Florence Anglin consist of contracts, schedules, correspondence, scripts and partial scripts, account books, and clippings pertaining to her acting career. There are also some sides, flyers and ephemera, three scripts she wrote herself, and copies of her advertising print work from newspapers and magazines.
The Florence Anglin papers are arranged in six series:
- 1938-1958 and n.d6 folders
This series contains correspondence not related to a particular production such as correspondence with agents, telegrams from her husband, awards and certificates, a photograph from drama school, and a composite photograph and resume.
- 1959-19867 folders
Account books are of her earnings and expenses for theatrical work and calendars are for professional interviews and auditions for acting jobs.
- 1943-19872.5 boxes
Primarily contracts, correspondence and partial scripts concerning Florence Anglin's part in various productions. Also includes a few complete scripts.
- 1954-198824 folders (2 boxes + 2 folders)
Primarily contracts, schedules and partial scripts from soap operas in which Anglin appeared, in particular, One Life to Live.
- 1971-19733 folders
Consists of two scripts by Anglin, one in two versions.
- 1958-20026 folders
Consists of correspondence, lists of audition appointments, and contracts concerning Anglin's work as an actress promoting various products, and copies of her print work from newspapers and magazines. The bulk of the visual material is Dupont's Antron nylon ads in which Anglin played the maid.