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Archive related to screenwriter Francis Edwards Faragoh (b.1898 ñ d.1966) including: 1) The original typed play for "Sunup to Sundown" dated 1937, together with a newspaper clipping announcing a $2000 1st prize finish for the play, awarded by The International Ladies' Garment Workers Play contest, a photograph of Faragoh and Stage Director Joe Losey posing with children in the play, and a Broadway theater playbill (Hudson Theatre). 2) A Cunard Ship Line passenger list for the R.M.S.Carpathia dated September 25th,1909. 3) Three identification documents including a Hungarian birth certificate, a Swedish Consulate letter stating Hungary as Mr. Faragoh's place of birth and a draft registration card dated April 26, 1942 with Faragoh's signature. 4) A photograph of the actress Corinne Griffith and actor Montaque Love observing a parade of soldiers with Ms. Griffith giving one soldier a flower and 5) a 1907 Hungarian State Circus broadside. 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.