Leontovich, Eugenie (1900-1993)
The Eugenie Leontovich collection consists of scrapbooks, printed material, photographs, and manuscripts.

Scrapbooks in the collection include one album with material dating from 1930 to 1936, and a second album dating from 1940 to 1963.  These include clippings of reviews and publicity for the stage and screen productions in which Leontovich appeared, including Grand Hotel (play, 1930),Twentieth Century (play, 1932), Tovarich (play, 1935), Four Sons (film, 1940), The Rains of Ranchipur (film, 1955), A Month in the Country, directed by Leontovich (film), A Call on Kuprin(play, 1961), and The Three Sisters (play, 1963).

Printed material in the collection includes a program for the play Obsession at the Plymouth Theatre in New York City (1946); a program for Mother Courage and Her Children at the Goodman Theatre in Chicago (1963); reviews and articles regarding Anna K., Leontovich’s stage adaptation of Tolstoy’s Anna Karenina (1972); and an article by Studs Terkel from the Chicago Tribune Magazine (1995).

Photographs in the collection include a black and white portrait of Leontovich, as well as a postcard portrait of Leontovich from 1950 signed by her.

Manuscripts in the collection include a draft of Anna K., by Leontovich; and The Brothers K., a stage adaptation of Dostoyevsky’s The Brothers Karamazov, written by Leontovich and Suzanne McAndrews, dated 1996.
Notable Figures
1. Leontovich, Eugenie
Associated Subjects
1. Women's Studies Collections -- Drama, Film, and Television Subject Guide
2. Theatre and Film Subject Guide
3. Actresses -- Russia
4. Dramatists -- Russia
5. Women theatrical producers and directors -- United States.
6. Women in the theater -- United States
7. Theater – United States
8. Scrapbooks
9. Programs
10. Photographs