Access to this collection is generously supported by Arcadia funds. Photograph of a typescript document that describes the related photograph ark no. 21198/zz002dfwvc and reads, "TWENTY TWO FILMS --- Mrs. Zane Grey, wife of the noted novelist, signs a contract with Paramount that gives the studio exclusive rights to twenty two of her husband’s novels. Her son Romer, now associated with the studio, and Jacob Karp, Paramount attorney, look on." Related to the article, "George Jessel Signs Agreement with Schenck-Zanuck Studio Organization. Star Joins Actors Busy Behind Screen. Barbara Stanwyck and Preston Foster Leads in Buffalo Bill Feature; Bette Davis to Glean Again in 'Woman From Yesterday'." Los Angeles Times, 22 July 1935: 15. Text from negative sleeve: 1521- Aug. 1935. Mrs. Zane Grey & son, Romer Grey, Jacob Karp, Paramount attorney.
Authors--American--California--Pasadena Lawyers--California--Los Angeles Karp, Jacob H., 1903-1980 Grey, Romer, 1909-1976 Grey, Lina Elise, -1957