Mark A. Vieira papers
Scope and Contents
Contains research consisting of photocopies of newspaper articles, telegrams, magazine articles, internet resources, film still copies, interview transcripts, book excerpts, and correspondence used in the writing of Vieira's book on Cecil B. DeMille's work. Includes approximately 300 pages of the untitled publisher's manuscript of CeCil B. DeMille: The Art of the Hollywood Epic. Dated approximately 2010-2015.
- approximately 2010-2015
- Vieira, Mark A., 1950- (researcher, Person)
Conditions Governing Access
Open for public research.
Conditions Governing Use
It is the responsibility of the researcher to obtain any necessary copyright clearances. Permission to publish material from the Mark A. Vieira papers must be obtained from the Supervisor of Reference Services and/or the L. Tom Perry Special Collections Coordinating Committees.
Biographical / Historical
Mark A. Vieira (1950-) is a photographer and researcher and writer of American motion picture-related history.
Mark Viera was born on October 28, 1950, in Oakland, California. He received his BA at CalState Hayward and his MA at USC in the Cinema Arts department. He is a lifelong California resident and has published 15 books on motion picture photography and its history, including books on Cecil B. DeMille, Boris Karloff, Greta Garbo, Irving Thalberg, Joan Crawford, and Norma Shearer. He is also a photographer that specializes in old-fashioned Hollywood-style portraits, a la George Hurrell.
1 carton (1 linear ft.)
Language of Materials
The photocopied materials were compiled and organized by Mark Vieira and the manuscript was co-written and edited by Mr. Vieira. The papers were then donated to BYU by Mr. Vieira in 2016.
Immediate Source of Acquisition
Donated; Mark Vieira; 2016.
Arts and Communications.
Processed; Mary-Celeste Ricks; 2016.
- Register of Mark Vieira papers
- Mary-Celeste Ricks
- 3 February 2017
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- Finding aid written in English in Latin script.