Maurice Manson, 1913 to 2002, originally Moritz Levine, was a Canadian actor best known for his television rolls. During World War II he was an Army medical photographer in Europe (see reference).
Manila envelope with a hand written note, A collection of mainly pizza PI essay and Florence, taken by staff Sergeant Maurice Manson parentheses original father of “Jamie” in New York cast).
Small collection of over 30 black & white photographs, most with annotations backs. Good example of street photography soon after the war.
19 larger format, approx 9” x 7” to 10” x 8”
15 smaller, snapshots— approx 4.5” x 3.25 or slightly larger
Well preserved lot—condition is very good or better, some back have spotting. Light wear.
*Barrett, Art (August 29, 1976). "Veteran Actor Maurice Manson Gains Fame As Science Photog". Santa Ana Register. California, Santa Ana. p. 141. Vie Wikipedia.