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    Mozelle Dodge Collection

     

    Summary: Items in this collection pertain to Amye Mozelle Dodge, most often refered to as Mozelle, who was born in Fort Worth (1914), lived in the Fairmount area, and became a "screen star" at the age of twelve years old. Her collection includes a scrapbook of baby pictures, photographs, a letter, a newspaper clipping, and three Bibles which belonged to Mozelle Dodge.

    • Three Bibles which belonged to Mozelle Dodge, undated, circa 1900-1908
    • Scrapbook: "Our Baby" Scrapbook for Amye Mozelle Dodge, 1914-1917
    • Handwritten letter from "N.A.D.", dated 1917
    • Newspaper Clipping from Fort Worth Record on President Theodore Roosevelt's visit to Texas, April 5, 1905
    • Cabinet card: Three young men, unidentified, and Norm, circa 1905-1911
    • Photograph: Colorized portrait of Mozelle Dodge as a toddler, circa 1915-1917
    • Photograph: Mozelle Dodge and her mother, three separate images shown on one card, circa 1914-1915
    • Photograph: Mozelle Dodge at seven years old, July 20, 1921 (image shown)
    • Photograph: Mozelle Dodge with group during filming, photo taken in Balboa Park, San Diego, October 9, 1926
    • Photograph: Postcard of Mozelle Dodge seated on wagon pulled by wooly sheep or goat in front of rose bush, circa 1914-1915

    Mozelle Dodge in 1921

    Mozelle Dodge on her seventh birthday, 1921

    • Photograph: Mozelle Dodge with group of children holding hands, circa 1921
    • Photograph: girl in ballerina outfit, believed to be Mozelle Dodge, looking backwards from a dance pose
    • Photographic postcard: Studio portrait of two women and a man identified as "Mae, Norm, Amy," taken 1911
    • Photographic postcards: Two photographs taken in Galveston Beach. One has four women and a man in era bathing suits, and the other has three women in white dresses and a man in a suit. circa 1907-1915
    • Allen Studios portrait of Mozelle Dodge, circa late 1920s-early 1930s
    • Four photographs of woman believed to be Mozelle Dodge's mother, circa 1940s-1950s
    • Thirteen snapshots and two negatives showing Mozelle Dodge, her mother, and others, undated, 1954

     

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