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Author Washburn, Mabel Thacher Rosemary.
Title Mabel Washburn-Willam H. Cobb correspondence, 1922.
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 Performing Arts Research Collections – Theatre  *T Mss 2003-033  Portfolio 1    AVAILABLE  SUPERVISED USE

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Summary The Mabel Washburn-William H. Cobb correspondence consists of letters written between Feb. 15 and March 27, 1922, concerning a proposed motion picture based on the life of George Washington. The project was the idea of Major Cobb, who contacted historian Washburn for assistance in turning his notes into a film script. Also included are various drafts of Major Cobb's notes and two outlines for a scenario. It appears that the proposed film was never made.
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Biography Mabel Washburn was a genealogist, historian, and author, who served from 1927 to 1935 as genealogical editor of the Journal of American History. Major William H. Cobb was an attorney based in Elkins, West Virginia, who was also a presiding officer in an organization known as the Knights of Washington.
Subject Washington, George, 1732-1799 -- Drama.
Washburn, Mabel Thacher Rosemary.
Cobb, William H.
Added Author Cobb, William H.
Call No. *T Mss 2003-033
Research Call Number *T Mss 2003-033