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Susan Hayward collection.

Author: Susan Hayward
Publisher: approximately 1959-1986.
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
Database:WorldCat
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This collection contains various documents detailing Susan Hayward's life in Carrollton, Georgia. The two notebooks were donated by Dianne Thomas of Decatur, Illinois, who founded the Susan Hayward Collectors' Club in 1985. One contains an index of articles from the Times-Free Press and the Carroll County Georgian during the years Hayward lived in Carrollton (1957-1966). The other contains photographs and articles
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Genre/Form: Biography
History
Indexes
Named Person: Susan Hayward; Susan Hayward; Susan Hayward
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Susan Hayward
OCLC Number: 276305308
Description: 1.34 linear ft. (1 box, 1 film reel)
Other Titles: Stars over America: Susan Hayward in Georgia.
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This collection contains various documents detailing Susan Hayward's life in Carrollton, Georgia. The two notebooks were donated by Dianne Thomas of Decatur, Illinois, who founded the Susan Hayward Collectors' Club in 1985. One contains an index of articles from the Times-Free Press and the Carroll County Georgian during the years Hayward lived in Carrollton (1957-1966). The other contains photographs and articles cut out of various magazines, as well as a couple of issues of the Collectors' Club's newsletter. There is an issue of Modern Screen from 1942 and a term paper written by a student of West Georgia College. One folder contains several articles from various newspapers about Hayward's life in Georgia.There is a 16mm film titled "Stars over America: Susan Hayward in Georgia," produced by the Georgia tourism department in 1964 that was donated by Hiram Bray to Ingram Library; however, the mailing information on the packaging shows Dianne Thomas having sent the film to Glenn Novak in the Mass Communications Department. The film also exists in the Georgia State archives as of 2008.

Susan Hayward was an Academy Award-winning actress of the mid-twentieth century. Her career spanned several decades, from the 1940s to the 1970s. After her first marriage to Jess Barker ended in divorce, Hayward eloped with Eaton Chalkley in 1957. She moved to his home in Carrollton, Georgia and remained there until his death in 1966. Hayward moved to Florida and Hollywood, California, where she died of cancer in 1975. She is buried with her second husband at Our Lady of Perpetual Help, the Catholic Church they founded in Carrollton, Georgia.

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