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Archive related to screenwriter Francis Edwards Faragoh (b.1898 ñ d.1966), a total of 3 items, including a letter written to the Screen Writer's Guild from Faragoh requesting acknowledgement of an earlier letter in which he requests removal of membership from the guild, a letter from the Screen Writer's Guild acknowledging this request and a Screen Writer's Guild "Gratitude Folio" with numerous signatures from the Guild members. Provenance: estate of Francis Edward Faragoh. Faragoh was born in Hungary and immigrated to America in the early 1900s, eventually moving to Hollywood, where he wrote for twenty films between 1929 and 1947. In 1931 he was nominated for the Academy Award for best writing, adaptation for "Little Caesar." Condition: Overall very good condition with some toning/browning of paper.