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- Graphic material
- Textual record
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- Campbell, Molly Harris
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1 photograph : col.
1 pin-back button
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Name of creator
Molly Harris Campbell is an award-winning costume designer, working in film, stage and television. She graduated from Waterloo Lutheran University (now Wilfrid Laurier University) in 1967.
As a student at Waterloo Lutheran University, Harris Campbell became interested in designing and creating costumes. She was active in the campus and local theatre scene, where her talents were quickly recognized. During this time, Harris Campbell began working in wardrobe at the Stratford Festival.
After graduation in 1967 Harris Campbell worked in Calgary, Winnipeg and New York before settling in Los Angeles. She worked on films and television series, including Beverly Hills 90210, The Matrix, and X-Files. She also continued her work at the Stratford Festival and on Broadway.
In 1992 Molly Harris Campbell won the Emmy for Outstanding Individual Achievement in Costuming for a Miniseries or Special for her work on The Babe Ruth Story.
Scope and content
This collection contains records created and collected by Molly Harris Campbell. Most of the material is related to her years as a student at Waterloo Lutheran University, including reproductions of her costume sketches for a campus production.
The correspondence files and some of the newspaper clipping files were created later, and document her career as a costume designer.