Carroll, Madeleine (1906-1987)
The collection of Madeleine Carroll primarily consists of photographs, both professional and personal.  There are over 200 black and white publicity photographs of Carroll in various roles for Paramount Studios.  There are also over 150 black and white personal photographs of friends and family, as well as Carroll at various ages, with another 50 in color.  There are 45 movie stills used in advertising various films for Paramount Studios, including the films The General Died at Dawn, with Gary Cooper (1936); The Case Against Mrs. Ames (1936); On the Avenue, with Dick Powell (1937); and The Prisoner of Zenda, with Ronald Colman (1937).  Also present is a set of rehearsal and candid photographs taken during work on first, and only, Broadway show, Goodbye My Fancy (1948).  The collection includes set of studio portraits of Carroll taken by Ernest Kynchonick in 1936.

Printed material in the collection includes newspaper clippings regarding, and a signed program from Goodbye My Fancy, as well as clippings related to Carroll’s return to England (1945-1958).  Also present are three poster proofs from films starring Carroll.
Notable Figures
1. Carroll, Madeleine, 1906-1987
Associated Subjects
1. Women's Studies Collections -- Drama, Film, and Television Subject Guide
2. Theatre and Film Subject Guide
3. Actresses
4. Motion picture industry – United States
5. Motion picture actors and actresses -- United States
6. Photographs