The Shirley Temple Scrapbook

Accompanied by hundreds of black-and-white and color photographs, this detailed profile of the actress and ambassador starts from her early performance in The Runt Page, through her years at Paramount and Fox, and on through her adult ...

The Shirley Temple Scrapbook

Accompanied by hundreds of black-and-white and color photographs, this detailed profile of the actress and ambassador starts from her early performance in The Runt Page, through her years at Paramount and Fox, and on through her adult career of government service.

The Shirley Temple Story

The Shirley Temple Scrapbook . Middle Village , N . Y . : Jonathan David
Publishers , 1975 . Cary , Diana Serra . Hollywood ' s Children . Boston :
Houghton Mifflin Company , 1979 . Cooper , Jackie , with Dick Kleiner . Please
Don ' t Shoot My ...

The Shirley Temple Story

An incisive biography of Shirley Temple discusses her life as a child actress and Hollywood idol, her growth to maturity, and her political career

Shirley Temple

New York: Alfred A. Knopf. 1969. BURDICK, LORAINE. The Shirley Temple
Scrapbook. Middle Village. NY: jonathan David Publishers, 1975. BUSH. SARAH
(SALLY) L.• AND GENEVIEVE MERRILL. Atherton Lands. Atherton. CA: Bush,
1979.

Shirley Temple

At the age of five, Shirley Temple became the world’s most famous and acclaimed child—the most talented, beautiful child performer ever to capture the public’s imagination. By the time she was ten, she had either met or had received words of admiration from almost everyone of distinction. Nine-tenths of the world could recognize her on sight. She single-handedly cheered an entire nation caught in the firm grip of a depression. Her films saved a major studio from bankruptcy. She earned more than the President of the United States and lived in her own junior-sized San Simeon. As lionized, idolized and protected as royalty, Shirley Temple was the one and only American Princess. Shirley Temple is brought into focus in this definitive, intimate portrait of her as a child and as the woman that child became: a woman forced to live her entire life in the shadow of her own past glory. We follow the tumultuous events and disappointments that marked Shirley Temple’s meteoric rise to unprecedented fame as a child star, her fall as an adolescent who had outgrown her appeal, and her surprising ascent into a word figure as ambassador to the United Nations, Chief of Protocol for the United States, and Ambassador to Ghana; her “princess in the tower” upbringing that isolated her from friends and real child’s play and from studio co-workers as well; her obsessive relationship with her mother, Gertrude, who lived her life through her famous daughter; her power over one of Hollywood’s greatest despots—Darryl Zanuck; her fairy-tale marriage to John Agar that became a nightmare filled with flaunted infidelities and alcoholism; her romance with Charles Black and her transformation from film start to society matron, television tycoon, to American diplomat; her courageous battle with cancer; and her ever-present realization that “little Shirley Temple’s” greatness would always exceed that of the grown woman. Shirley Temple’s most notable diplomatic achievement was her appointment by President H.W. Bush as the first and only female ambassador to Czechoslovakia. She was present during the Velvet Revolution, which brought about the end of Communism in the country, and she played a critical role in hastening the end of the Communist regime by openly sympathizing with anti-Communist dissidents and later establishing formal diplomatic relations with the newly elected government led by Václav Havel. She took the unusual step of personally accompanying Havel on his first official visit to Washington, riding along on the same plane. Anne Edwards has had the cooperation of those who have been closest to Shirley Temple in all stages of her unique life. She has written a book that does not spare the truth, and is as glittering an expose of Hollywood and its power brokers as any bestselling novel of that genre. Shirley Temple: American Princess is a moving and inspirational story that gives great insight into the privileged corridors of fame and glory where only the legendary figures of our times have walked.

The Little Girl Who Fought the Great Depression Shirley Temple and 1930s America

... May 1935, 51; “Summer's the Time for Fun,” Modern Screen, July 1936, 8; “
From Eight to Eight with Shirley,” Modern Screen, March 1936, 42–43; “[Shirley]
Temple's Physical Condition,” Screen Guide, n.d. 1938, in Shirley Temple
scrapbook ...

The Little Girl Who Fought the Great Depression  Shirley Temple and 1930s America

“[An] elucidating cultural history of Hollywood’s most popular child star . . . a must-read.”—Bill Desowitz, USA Today Her image appeared in periodicals and advertisements roughly twenty times daily; she rivaled FDR and Edward VIII as the most photographed person in the world. Her portrait brightened the homes of countless admirers: from a black laborer’s cabin in South Carolina and young Andy Warhol’s house in Pittsburgh to FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover’s recreation room in Washington, DC, and gangster “Bumpy” Johnson’s Harlem apartment. A few years later her smile cheered the secret bedchamber of Anne Frank in Amsterdam as young Anne hid from the Nazis. For four consecutive years Shirley Temple was the world’s box-office champion, a record never equaled. By early 1935 her mail was reported as four thousand letters a week, and hers was the second-most popular girl’s name in the country. What distinguished Shirley Temple from every other Hollywood star of the period—and everyone since—was how brilliantly she shone. Amid the deprivation and despair of the Great Depression, Shirley Temple radiated optimism and plucky good cheer that lifted the spirits of millions and shaped their collective character for generations to come. Distinguished cultural historian John F. Kasson shows how the most famous, adored, imitated, and commodified child in the world astonished movie goers, created a new international culture of celebrity, and revolutionized the role of children as consumers. Tap-dancing across racial boundaries with Bill “Bojangles” Robinson, foiling villains, and mending the hearts and troubles of the deserving, Shirley Temple personified the hopes and dreams of Americans. To do so, she worked virtually every day of her childhood, transforming her own family as well as the lives of her fans.

Popular Music

My Young Life. Garden City, New York: Doubleday, 1945* P*,illus. Biographies
3698. Basinger, Jeannie. Shirley Temple. New York: Pyramid Publications, 1975*
1£>0p., illus., bibliog. 3699. Burdick, Loraine. The Shirley Temple Scrapbook.

Popular Music

This is a comprehensive guide to popular music literature, first published in 1986. Its main focus is on American and British works, but it includes significant works from other countries, making it truly international in scope.

Toys Prices 2001

18 25 35 40 65 65 55 125 165 65 70 110 Texas Ranger/Cowgirl Gun The Story
of Shirley Saalfield Temple Book ... Cards, and Favorite Coloring Book, #1732
1936 #1722 Superman Scrap Book, 1940, Saal field Cindy Bear Doll, 1959, 252
 ...

Toys   Prices  2001

A price guide to thousands of toys, including Beanie babies, Star wars, Hot wheels, G.I. Joe, models, banks, games, lunch boxes and restaurant premiums.

Shirley Temple and the Performance of Girlhood

Jackie Coogan to Go OnStageat $2500aWeek,” unidentified clipping, Jackie
Coogan Scrapbooks, AMPAS. 10. “Fairy Tales Have Been Outdone,” Cleveland
News, March27, 1921, Jackie Coogan Scrapbooks, AMPAS; Grace Kingsley, “
Jackie ...

Shirley Temple and the Performance of Girlhood

In the 1930s, Shirley Temple was heralded as “America’s sweetheart,” and she remains the icon of wholesome American girlhood, but Temple’s films strike many modern viewers as perverse. Shirley Temple and the Performance of Girlhood examines her early career in the context of the history of girlhood and considers how Temple’s star image emerged out of the Victorian cult of the child. Beginning her career in “Baby Burlesks,” short films where she played vamps and harlots, her biggest hits were marketed as romances between Temple and her adult male costars. Kristen Hatch helps modern audiences make sense of the erotic undercurrents that seem to run through these movies. Placing Temple’s films in their historical context and reading them alongside earlier representations of girlhood in Victorian theater and silent film, Hatch shows how Shirley Temple emerged at the very moment that long standing beliefs about childhood innocence and sexuality were starting to change. Where we might now see a wholesome child in danger of adult corruption, earlier audiences saw Temple’s films as demonstrations of the purifying power of childhood innocence. Hatch examines the cultural history of the time to view Temple’s performances in terms of sexuality, but in relation to changing views about gender, class, and race. Filled with new archival research, Shirley Temple and the Performance of Girlhood enables us to appreciate the “simpler times” of Temple’s stardom in all its thorny complexity.

Toys and Prices

1720 EX $ 20 NM $ 60 MIP $ 90 The Story of Shirley Temple Book , 1934 ,
Saalfield , Big Little Book , # 1089 , Model No . 1089 EX $ 20 ... 1732 EX $ 55 NM
$ 125 MIP $ 200 Shirley Temple Scrap Book , 1936 , Saalfield , # 1722 , Model
No .

Toys and Prices

Current market values for 31,000 listings and 2,000 photographs are included in this publication that has been revised with new toy categories.

Shirley Temple Black

15 . " Shirley Temple ' s Scrapbook , ” McCalls 86 ( December 1958 ) : 64 – 66 .
16 . Jennings , “ Her Eyes , " 93 – 97 . 17 . Black , " Tomorrow I ' ll Be Thirty - Five ,
” 83 . 18 . Ibid . 19 . “ Shirley ' s Big Daughter , " Life , 30 July 1965 , 65 – 66 . 20 .

Shirley Temple Black

An examination of Shirley Temple Black's success as a child star phenomenon and afterward as businesswoman, political activist and humanitarian.

2004 Toys and Prices

Shirley Temple Pastime Box, 1937, Saalfield, Four activity books: Favorite
Puzzles, Favorite Games, Favorite Sewing Cards, and Favorite Coloring Book, #1
732, Model No. 1732 EX $55 NM$125 MIP$185 Shirley Temple Scrap Book,
1936, ...

2004 Toys and Prices

Offers background information, descriptions, and values for banks, classic tin toys, action figures, games, Western toys, model kits, and other types of toys.

Shirley Temple

Iva Mae concentrated on the Shirley Temple dolls, especially those wearing rare costumes, and Janet sought rare paper ephemera ranging from early sheet music to postcards and scrapbooks. The two collections feature more than 250 lots.

Shirley Temple

Born in the early 1930s, Iva Mae and Janet had each grown up in small town America, adored Shirley Temple during their childhood, and carried this admiration into adulthood, cherishing the treasures from their own youth, and then, beginning in the 1980s, beginning a keen search for all rare treasures related to their childhood idol. Their collections perfectly blend. Iva Mae concentrated on the Shirley Temple dolls, especially those wearing rare costumes, and Janet sought rare paper ephemera ranging from early sheet music to postcards and scrapbooks. The two collections feature more than 250 lots.

The Oz Scrapbook

On September 18 , 1960 , the Shirley Temple Show presented a one - hour
adaptation of The Land of Oz on NBC . It was the first adaptation intended
specifically for television , and the first important Oz dramatization since the M - G
- M movie .

The Oz Scrapbook

Text and more than 250 illustrations examine the books, stage, screen and television presentations, and collectible objects concerned with the magical land of Oz.

Toys Prices 2007

Composition Book, 1935 EX $25 NM $50 MIP $100 My Life and Times by Shirley
Temple Book, 1 936, Big Little Book#1 1 6, Model No. 116 EX $30 NMS85 MIP
$180 Scrap Book, 1 935, #1 714 ...

Toys   Prices 2007

The latest trends, the most up-to-date values, descriptions, and more than two thousand photographs of the kinds of things toy collectors dream of are included in this comprehensive guide to post-World War II toys. Original.

Toys Prices 1999

Toys   Prices  1999


Images of Children in American Film

Loraine Burdick , The Shirley Temple Scrapbook ( Middle Village , N . Y . :
Jonathan David , 1975 ) . 43 . Lester and Irene David , The Shirley Temple Story (
New York : Putnam , 1983 ) . 44 . Robert Windeler , The Films of Shirley Temple ...

Images of Children in American Film

Uses images of children in films as a benchmark to examine broadscale social change. Fascinating study...A lucid, authoritative and never ponderous examination of an important aspect of the cinema as social history. Highly recommended. --FILM REVIEW ANNUAL

The Frankenstein Scrapbook

... Welles Paul Newman Peter Lorre Rita Hayworth Robert De Niro Robert
Redford Sean Connery Sexbomb : Jayne Mansfield Shirley MacLaine Shirley
Temple The Sinatra Scrapbook Spencer Tracy Steve McQueen Three Stooges
Scrapbook ...

The Frankenstein Scrapbook


Schroeder s Antiques Price Guide

Schroeder s Antiques Price Guide

The #1 bestselling book on antiques and collectibles, this popular guide includes more than 50,000 items, with histories and background information on every subject. Hundreds of original photographs.

Warhol

72 for them, as Paul claimed he did for Warhol's famous eight-by-ten of Shirley
Temple. The scrapbook survives, and it showcases an almost random assortment
of major movie and big band stars, from Henry Fonda to Carmen Miranda to Mae
 ...

Warhol

The definitive biography of a fascinating and paradoxical figure, one of the most influential artists of his—or any—age To this day, mention the name “Andy Warhol” to almost anyone and you’ll hear about his famous images of soup cans and Marilyn Monroe. But though Pop Art became synonymous with Warhol’s name and dominated the public’s image of him, his life and work are infinitely more complex and multi-faceted than that. In Warhol, esteemed art critic Blake Gopnik takes on Andy Warhol in all his depth and dimensions. “The meanings of his art depend on the way he lived and who he was,” as Gopnik writes. “That’s why the details of his biography matter more than for almost any cultural figure,” from his working-class Pittsburgh upbringing as the child of immigrants to his early career in commercial art to his total immersion in the “performance” of being an artist, accompanied by global fame and stardom—and his attempted assassination. The extent and range of Warhol’s success, and his deliberate attempts to thwart his biographers, means that it hasn’t been easy to put together an accurate or complete image of him. But in this biography, unprecedented in its scope and detail as well as in its access to Warhol’s archives, Gopnik brings to life a figure who continues to fascinate because of his contradictions—he was known as sweet and caring to his loved ones but also a coldhearted manipulator; a deep-thinking avant-gardist but also a true lover of schlock and kitsch; a faithful churchgoer but also an eager sinner, skeptic, and cynic. Wide-ranging and immersive, Warhol gives us the most robust and intricate picture to date of a man and an artist who consistently defied easy categorization and whose life and work continue to profoundly affect our culture and society today.

Catalog of Copyright Entries

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Directory Company . A706041 ... 1738 Shirley , Norma . A721282 ... Shirley ,
Robert C. 1726 90 1 ... Shirley Temple ... The Shirley Temple scrapbook .
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