Alan Moody (1900-1944)was an architect, playwright and novelist who made his home in Southern California. The collection consists
of manuscripts, a book, press clippings and reviews relating to Alan Moody.
Moody was born in 1900; he became an architect, playwright, and novelist who made his home in Southern California; works include
The questionable Elaine, a three-act play produced in 1930, and Sleep in the sun, a novel published in 1945; he died in 1944.
1 box (0.5 linear ft.)
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