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Biographical Note

Scope and Content

Restrictions

Index Terms

Administrative Information

Description of Series

Series I: Works

Series II: Poems, 1956-57

Series III: New Jersey Film Commission , 1978-1981

Series IV: Assorted Papers

Series V: Oversize

Woodson Research Center, Rice University

Guide to the James Pinckney Miller papers, 1955-1999 MS 013



creator Miller, James Pinckney
Title: James Pinckney Miller papers
Dates: c.1939-1999, bulk dates 1960-1999
Dates: bulk
Abstract: Drafts, including screenplays, of several of Miller's works including "Days of Wine and Roses" (1963), "Rabbit Trap", and "Race for Home" (1968); together with correspondence and notes concerning these works, copyright procedures, credits, and research. Includes material relating to Writers Guild of America, West.
Identification: MS 013
Quantity: 63.75 Linear Feet(65 boxes)
Language: English
Language: English
Repository: Woodson Research Center, Rice University, Houston, Texas

Biographical Note

James Pinckney Miller was born in San Antonio in 1919. Having graduated from Rice University in 1941, and serving in the Navy during WWII, Miller turned to writing as a career. His first success was the play "The Rabbit Trap", in 1958. He then went on to write "Days of Wine and Roses", another play, and his first novel "The Race For Home".

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Scope and Content

Drafts, including screenplays, of several of Miller's works including "Days of Wine and Roses" (1963), "Rabbit Trap", and "Race for Home" (1968); together with correspondence and notes concerning these works, copyright procedures, credits, and research. Includes material relating to Writers Guild of America, West.

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Restrictions

Access Restrictions

This material is open for research.

Conditions Governing Access

Stored off-site at the Library Service Center. Please request this material via woodson@rice.edu or call 713-348-2586.

Use Restrictions

Permission to publish materials from James Pinckney Miller's papers must be obtained from the Woodson Research Center, Fondren Library, Rice University.

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Index Terms

Subjects (Persons)
Miller, James Pinckney
Miller, James Pinckney
Subjects (Organizations)
Writers Guild of America, West
Subjects
Trade associations
Copyright -- United States
American drama -- 20th century
American literature -- 20th century
Genres
typescripts
poems

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Administrative Information

Preferred Citation:

James Pinckney Miller - Papers, 1955-1999, MS 013, Woodson Research Center, Fondren Library, Rice University

Acquisition Information

Gift of James Pinckney Miller, received from 1969 through 1974.

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Detailed Description of the Collection

 

Series I: Works

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1 “All the Girls in France” 1986
First Rough Draft and Research Notes 1/1986
Rough and Revisions, 1/18/1986
Revised Second Draft, 1/18/1986
Original Screenplay Second Draft, 2/3/1986
“Autumn Oats" 1949-1950
Uncorrected Copy, 1949
Draft, 1950
Original Draft Acts I and II with Corrections, n.d.
Undated Draft with Notes, n.d.
“Battle of Brooklyn" c.1981
First Draft Rough parts I and II, n.d.
First Draft Smooth parts I and II, n.d.
First Revision Rough parts I and II, 8/19/1981
First Revision Smooth parts I and II, n.d.
Second Revision Smooth parts I and II, Changed Pages Only, n.d.
Second Revision Smooth, parts I and II, n.d.
Notes, Gerber, n.d.
Notes and Research, n.d.
Notes and Outline, n.d.
Miscellaneous, n.d.
“Behold a Pale Horse" 1963
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1 AKA “To Spring A Trap” Story Outline, 1/28/1963
AKA “Killing a Mouse on Sunday” Cast and Breakdown, 1/28/1963
AKA “The Mouse” Breakdown, n.d.
AKA “The Twenty-Fifth Hour” First Draft with Corrections, 2/61/1963
AKA “The Twenty-Fifth Hour” First Draft, 3/15/1963
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2 First Revision Rough, 4/11/1963
First Estimating Draft, 5/3/1963
First Estimating Draft (French), 5/3/1963
First Estimating Draft (First 12 Pages), n.d.
Blue Pages, 5/8/1963
Breakdown, 6/4/1963
Compiled Script with Notes, Etc. n.d.
Miscellaneous, n.d.
“Bertie” 1952
Manuscript for Picture Book, Edits, Correspondence, Etc. 1952
“Beulah Land” 1978-1980
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2 First Draft Handwritten Outline, n.d.
Frist Outline Rough, 5/18/1978
Handwritten Rewrites, n.d.
Outline, 7/11/1978
Notes for Outline, n.d.
First Draft Rough part I, n.d.
First Draft Rough part II, n.d.
First Draft Rough part III, n.d.
First Draft Smooth part I, 11/9/1978
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3 First Draft Smooth parts II and III, 11/9/1978
Revised Draft and Comments by Edelstein part I, 1/1979
Revised Draft Rough part II, 1/1979
Revised Draft Rough part III, 1/1979
First Draft, 3/5/1979
Second Draft, 8/29/1979
Miscellaneous Revisions, 8/1979-3/1980
Smooth part I with JP’s Notes and Revisions, 1/22/1980
Smooth part II with JP’s Notes and Revisions, 1/22/1980
Smooth part III with JP’s Notes and Revisions, 1/22/1980
Miscellaneous, n.d.
Recordings on 6 Cassettes, n.d.
Two Copies of the Novel, n.d.
The Controversy, n.d.
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4 “A Boy Called Ciske” 1958
AKA “Ciske the Rat” Draft, n.d.
Script, 5/12/1958
Script Revised, 5/20/1958
Script Revised, 5/23/1958
Script Revised with Corrections and Notes, 5/23/1958
Rehearsal Schedule, Set Layout, Etc. n.d.
“Bracken’s World” 1965-1967
Pilot Script, 9/23/1965
Draft by James Poe, 2/16/1967
Cuts from First version, Step Outline of Second Version; Correspondence and Notes, 10/22/1967
Pilot Script (Sequential – end with 18), 11/6/1967
Step Outline with Notes, Outline, Letter with Suggestions, n.d.
Pilot Script, c. 12/19/1967
Shooting Final Script; Correspondence, 12/13/1968
“Breakdown" 2/27/1961
Draft, 2/27/1961
“Bubba” 1973
Drafts, Notes, Research, Character Outlines, n.d.
Outline Carbon Blue, n.d.
Blue Draft, Notes, Layout Plan, 4/21/1973
First Rough Draft (Incomplete) with Outline, n.d.
“Casey Bragg" 1971
Projection for a T.V. Series and Blue Pages, n.d.
Original Blue, n.d.
First Draft, 1//24/1971
Draft with Comments and Notes, n.d.
“The Catamaran” 1954
Outline, 4/20/1954
NBC Mimeo, n.d.
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5 “Change of Heart" 1982
Notes, Research, Etc. n.d.
Rough with Notes and Changes, n.d.
First Draft, 2/14/1982
First Draft, 2/14/1982
First Revision, 5/2/1982
First Revision Smooth, 5/2/1982
Blue Rough (Cut Pages of 1st Draft Deletions, Some of Which May Be Reinstated), n.d.
Second Blue Draft, n.d.
Correspondence, Clippings, Etc. n.d.
Copy of Change of Heart by Sally Mandel, n.d.
“Chernobyl” 1986-1990
Notes and Correspondence (Working File) n.d.
Magazine and Newspaper Articles on Accident at Chernobyl 1986-1987
Magazine and Newspaper Articles 1986-1987
Magazine and Newspaper Articles 1986-1987
Magazine and Newspaper Articles 1986-1987
Magazine and Newspaper Articles 1986-1987
Magazine and Newspaper Articles, 1986-1987
The Accident at the Chernobyl AES and its Consequences, Report by the International Atomic Energy Commission part I n.d.
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6 The Accident at the Chernobyl AES and its Consequences, Report by the International Atomic Energy Commission part II n.d.
First Story Notes (From Notebook) part I 8/17/1987
First Story Notes (From Notebook) part II 8/17/1987
First Story Notes, 8/17/1987 and Memos, Clippings, Contract n.d.
Part I: First Outline, 8/20/1987 and Story Outline Revised 1/10/1987
First Story Notes 8/17/1987
First Outline with Notes 8/17/1987
First Outline part I; Transcript of Meeting with Vladimir Posner; Copy of Time Magazine; Articles 8/20/1987; 10/26/1987
Rough Manuscript n.d
Smooth Manuscript part I n.d.
Draft, Part I 11/11/1987
First Draft 12/7/1987
Revised First Draft 12/7/1987
Original Manuscript Smooth part I 1/23/1988
First Draft part II 1/27/1988
Notes on Technical Information – Sinelnokov 1/27/1987
Notes on Technical Info + Meetings with Sinelnikov, 2/10/1988
Interview with Sinelnikov + Larry Schiller Fax Notes, 2/15/1988
Copy of Sarcophagus by Vladimir Gubarev, n.d
“Chernobyl” The Novel, n.d.
Rough Manuscript with Revisions, n.d.
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6 Blue Pages part I, n.d.
Revised Pages part II, n.d.
Original part I; Revision part II, 6/8/1988
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7 First Revision part I(?), 6/15/1988
First Revision part I with Notes, 6/15/1988
Original 1st Revision part II, 6/15/1988
Meeting in Moscow; Notes for Second Revision, 7/7/1988; 7/20/1988
Draft, n.d.
Notes from Larry Schiller’s Meeting with Sinelnikov in Moscow, 7/13/1988
Three Photographs: Washington Public Power Supply Station, 4/2/1984
Second Revision part I with Blue Pages, n.d.
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7 Second Revision parts I and II, 8/1/1988
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7 Rewrites from Second Revision, 8/16/1988
Second Revision part I and II, 8/18/1988
Excerpts of The Legacy of Chernobyl by Zhores A. Medvedev, 5/24/1990
Draft with Revised Pages, 5/24/1990
Second Revision- Annotated Script, 5/29/1990; Extra Pages 152-200
Work Script – Feature, 5/29/1990
Work Script and Character List, 5/29/1990
White Smooth Script + Revised Pages, 5/29/1990
Blue Revisions, 6/4/1990
Feature Script Revised Pages, 6/4/1990
Feature Script, 6/12/1990
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7 Oprah Winfrey Show; Nancy Gooch Story; c/o Joel Gotler; The Agency, n.d.
USSR Youth Documentary, 1986, 180 min
Chernobyl- The True Story, n.d.
Chernobyl Documentary , 20 min, n.d.
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8 Chernobyl Documentaries- Japanese/Russian Discovery Channel, n.d.
“Korokon Zepmodging” NTSC, 90 min, n.d.
“Threads” 110 min, n.d.
8 Recording on 5 Microcassettes and 2 empty Microcassette cases, n.d.
Soviet Life, 1987
“’Cuda" n.d.
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8 “’Cuda” Screenplay, n.d.
“Curly Baines” 1959
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8 “Curly Baines” Draft, 12/28/1959
“Days of Wine and Roses” Playhouse 90 Teleplay 1958
“Days of Wine and Roses” Early Notes n.d.
“Days of Wine and Roses” Notes n.d.
“Days of Wine and Roses” First Draft for Television 1958
First Draft for Television, n.d.
Playhouse 90 Revised First Draft 7/30/1958
Playhouse 90 Revised First Draft 7/30/1958
Comments from CBS, 8/8/1958; Portion of “Last Days of Stalin”
Original Rehearsal Copy of Playhouse 90 Production, 9/13/1958
Letter from David D. 9/16/1958
Playhouse 90 Rehearsal Schedule and Cast List, n.d.
Telecast Copy, 9/21/1958
Playhouse 90 Draft, 9/21/1958; Revisions, 9/25/1958
Television Version As Aired, n.d.
Filmed Production on 3 Acetate Film Reels, n.d.
Playhouse 90 Correspondence (“Boquets”), n.d.
Off the Beaten Track in Athens (Travel Book), n.d.
Notes and Distribution n.d.
“Days of Wine and Roses” Film 1961-1962
First Draft Original, n.d.
First Draft of Screenplay, 4/12/1961
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9 First Draft, 4/12/1961; With Revisions, 4/26/1961
Revised Screenplay, 5/15/1961
Final Draft with Notes and Changes, 1/8/1962-1/10/1962
Final Script, 1/10/1962 Folder
Changes for Final Script, 2/16/1962; 2 Clippings Folder
Unlabeled Script, n.d.
Unlabeled Notes and Draft, n.d.
“Days of Wine and Roses” Later Productions, Revivals, Etc. 1961-1995
Correspondence, etc. Re: Various Productions, 1960s-1980s
Letter Re: Novelization, 9/27/1961
Draft of Novelization part I, n.d.
Draft of Novelization part II, n.d.
Novelization Corrections and Changes, n.d.
Dramatists Play Service Original Publication Script
Dramatists Play Service Uncorrected Carbon, 6/13/1973
Dramatists Play Service Reworked Script, 1973; Leslie Spanbock Correspondence, 1973
Antwerp Stage Production: Correspondence, Etc. Re: Royalties, 1985
Musical: Correspondence, Notes, Etc. 1985-1987
Play: Draft, 1987
Play: Rough Revised Pages and Deletions, 7/16/1987
Play: Rough Draft, 11/23/1987
Play: Original Smooth, 11/23/1987
Play: Rough Draft, 12/18/1987
Play: Smooth Draft, 12/18/1987
Recordings on Microcassette, 1987
Play: Rewrites, 2/22/1988
Play: Rough Script, 12/18/1987; Notes and Revisions, 7/15/1988
Play: Smooth Draft, 7/11/1988
Play: Pages taken from 7/11/1988 Script and Replaced
Play: Updates, 10/12/1980
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10 Play: Copy of Final Pre-Rehearsal Schedule Version, 11/28/1988
Play: Rough of Copy Revised 8/2/1989
Play: Smooth Bound, 8/12/1989
Cleveland Playhouse Production, 6/2/1992
Cleveland Playhouse Memorabilia and Work script, 5/5/1992-6/7/1992
Cleveland Playhouse Scripts, 9/26/1986; Cleveland Playhouse Newsletter
Play: Marked Scripts and Playbills
Play: Changes from August Script and New Script, 6/2/1992
Script Dated 8/2/1992; Changes made 4/2/1992
Play: 1/26/1995
Palm Spring Theatre Production Legal and Correspondence, 1994
Musical: First 28 Pages Smooth, 1986; Letter to Scott Shukat, 8/16/1990; Playbill, 1985
Musical: Worksheets
Play: Several Marked Scripts
“The Dingaling Girl” 1959
Original Television Play
AKA “The Pallbearer” Undated Stories and Handwritten Notes
Carbon Copies with Corrections and Notes
Playhouse 90 Final Revised Script, 2/14/1959
Final Revised Script with Revisions and Corrections, 2/14/1959
Final Revised Script ‘As Telecast’ with Revisions and Corrections, 2/14/1959
” Final Revised Script ‘As Telecast’ with Revisions and Corrections, 2/14/1959
“Dog Justice,” 1997
Draft with Notes and Revisions (Screenplay by Bill Mathesius)
First Draft with Revisions (Screenplay by Bill Mathesius), 3/1/1997
Semifinal Draft with Correspondence on Changes (Screenplay by Bill Mathesius), 3/24/1997
Draft with Correspondence on Changes (Screenplay by Bill Mathesius), 5/20/1997
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11 “Evita,” 1961
Handwritten Draft
Outline
Outline with Notes
First Draft (I) Folder
First Draft (II)
Draft, 1/15/1961
Manuscript with Notes and Revisions
Draft, 1/15/1961
“The Extraditors,” n.d.
“The Extraditors” Concept for a TV Series
“Falling Bodies,” 1992-1994
Rough, 6/29/1992 and changes, 7/13/1992
Revised Pages, 8/26/1992
First Draft, 8/26/1992
AKA “The Acceleration of Falling Bodies” Draft, 8/26/1992
AKA “The Acceleration of Falling Bodies” Changes to Scrip Dated 10/22/1992
Draft with Changes Dated 10/22/1992
AKA “The Acceleration of Falling Bodies” Smooth, 10/22/1992
AKA “The Acceleration of Falling Bodies” Smooth 11/3/1992
Rough, 5/1/1993
Smooth, 5/25/1993; Letter, 1/16/1994
“Family Matters” 1967
Colored Carbon Draft with Notes and Revisions
Drafts
Draft with Correspondence and Notes
Master, 6/22/1967
Deleted Pages, 6/22/1967
Bound Draft
Bound Draft (Carbon)
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12 “Finders Keepers” 1952
“Finders Keepers” Drafts; Letter from Betty Moodie, Society of Authors Representatives, 10/13/1952
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12 “Flight Report” 1952-1954
Draft
Draft with Notes and Revisions
Outline Rejected by Philco, 12/52; Bought by Philco, 12/54
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12 “From Sea to Shining Sea” 1974
Outline, 5/9/1974
Draft, 5/9/1974
AKA “Land of the Free” Secondary Script, 5/12/1974
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12 “Give Me Your Poor,” 1973-1974
Blue Outlines
Cuts and Outline Pages
First Draft Carbon Tissue
AKA “The Pursuit of Happiness” Revised Rough Draft
AKA “The Pursuit of Happiness” Revised Smooth
AKA “The Pursuit of Happiness” 1st Draft, 12/10/1973
Blue Draft; Xerox of 1831 Bucks County Trial
Secondari: Conference Notes, Outline, Letter
Final Tissue Copy, 4/30/1974
Final Carbon, 4/30/1974
AKA “The Unwanted” Revised 7/11/1974; Outline
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12-14 “The Good Wife,” 1997-1998
Draft with Several Openings (I)
Draft with Several Openings (II)
Draft with Several Openings (III)
Draft with Several Openings (IV)
Draft with Several Openings (V)
Draft with Several Openings (VI)
Smooth Draft (I), 7/16/1997
Smooth Draft (II), 7/16/1997
Smooth Draft (III), 7/16/1997
Smooth Draft (IV), 7/16/1997
Smooth Draft (V), 7/16/1997
Second Revision (I), 1997
Second Revision (II), 1997
Second Revision (III), 1997
Second Revision (IV), 1997
Smooth Draft (I), 4/22/1998
Smooth Draft (II), 4/22/1998
Smooth Draft with Missing Title Page (I)
Smooth Draft with Missing Title Page (II)
Smooth Draft with Missing Title Page (III)
Smooth Draft with Missing Title Page (IV)
Handwritten Notes, Pamphlets, Correspondence, Etc.
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14 “The Grave Diggers” 1965
Story Outline, 4/12/1965
Story Outline (Reference Copy)
AKA “El Sepulturero” by Carlos Corona Vega
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14 “The Headmaster’s Son” 1984
ABC Film Project: Notes and Correspondence
Rough First Draft with Notes
First Draft (Incomplete), 8/13/1984
First Draft, 8/13/1984
Rough Second Draft
Second Draft, 10/24/1984
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14-15 “The Healing Touch” 1990
AKA “Choices” Draft with Blue Pages
Abortion Story By Maggie Agonistes: Notes, Correspondence, Pages, Etc.
Draft, 7/13/1990; Letter to Herb Brodkin, 2/20/1986
Script, 9/26/1990
Script with Revisions, 9/29/1990
Final Notes
Blue Copy and Tissue Copy
Draft
Script, 10/17/1990
Script from JP’s Notebook, 10/17/1990
Notes from front of JP’s Notebook on Script Revised 10/17/1990
Final with Blue Pages and Floor Plan
Undated Version Revised 7/16/1990
Revised Script, 7/24/1990
Revised, 7/24/1990
Revised Pages 98-103 (First Draft), 8/21/1990
Revisions 8/21/1990-9/19/1990
Revisions 9/21/1990-9/26/1990
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15-16 “Hell is as Long as a Highway” 1990
Outline (File Copy), 2/4/1990
Script from JP Miller Book; Letter from John F Terrell; Copy of JP’s First Draft Pgs. 1-70, 2/23/1990
Outline, 2/23/1990
Blue Pages of First Draft, 4/5/1990-4/16/1990
First Draft, 4/16/1990
Changed Blue Pages of 1st Draft (Rough), 5/14/1990-5/17/1990
Revised Blue Pages of 1st Draft, 5/17/1990
First Revision, 7/5/1990
First Revision, 7/5/1990; Outline and Letter from John F Terrell; Key for annotated Script
Correspondence File
Recordings Re: Kenneth Miller on 11 Microcassettes
Phone Conference Transcript, 1/26/1990
Phone Conference Transcript, 1/29/1990
Conference Transcript, 4/20/1990
Conference Transcript Re: Kenneth Miller, 6/13/1990
Copy of “Fugitives: The Strange Ordeal of Kenneth Miller” By Mike Cochran
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16-17 “Helter Skelter” 1975
Recordings of Vincent Bugliosi, Cassettes 1-2
Recordings of Vincent Bugliosi, Cassettes 3-4
Recordings of Vincent Bugliosi, Cassettes 5-6
Recordings of Vincent Bugliosi, Cassettes 7-8
Recordings of Interviews and Songs on 3 Cassettes
Original Blue part I with Handwritten Notes
Original Blue part II with Handwritten Notes
First Draft Carbon part I, 5/31/1975
First Draft Carbon part II, 5/31/1975
Bound First Draft part I, 6/9/1975
Bound First Draft part II, 6/9/1975
First Draft with Notes part I, 6/9/1975
First Draft with Notes part II, 6/9/1975
Revised First Draft part I, 8/12/1975
Revised First Draft part II, 8/12/1975
Second Draft with Notes part I, 8/18/1975
Second Draft with Notes part II, 5 1/19/197
Second Draft Smooth part I, 8/18/1975
Second Draft Smooth part II, 8/19/1975
Second Draft with Notes part I, 8/18/1975
Second Draft with Notes part II, 1/19/1975
Second Draft with Notes part I, 8/18/1975
Second Draft with Notes part II, 1/19/1975
Second Draft Smooth part I, 8/18/1975
Second Draft Smooth part II, 8/19/1975
Second Draft with Notes part I, 8/18/1975
Second Draft with Notes part II, 1/19/1975
Second Draft with Notes part I, 8/18/1975
Second Draft with Notes part II, 1/19/1975
Third Draft Smooth part I, 9/29/1975
Third Draft Smooth part II, 9/29/1975
Third Draft with Notes and Comments (Includes First Draft part I), 10/15/1975
Fourth Draft Smooth part I, 10/21/1975
Fourth Draft Smooth part II, 10/21/1975
Fourth Draft with Revisions part I, 10/27/1975
Fourth Draft with Revisions part II, 10/28/1975-10/29/1975
Fourth Draft with Revisions part I, 10/27/1975
Fourth Draft with Revisions part II, 10/28/1975-10/29/1975
Rough Suggested Editing Plan for European Theatrical
Newspaper Clippings Re: Manson, Lindbergh
Clippings and Newscasts on the Tate Murders
Miscellaneous
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18 “Hide and Seek” 1953-1954
First Draft Partially Revised, 10/5/1953
Draft
Draft with Notes, 2/7/1954
Cast list and Act III with Notes, 2/7/1954
Rehearsal Copy, 2/7/1954
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18 “The Hoffa-Kennedy War” 1968-1983
Step Outline for Teleplay
Blue Rough
First Draft, 2/27/1977
First Draft, 3/1977
AKA “Blood Feud” Script part I, 11/18/1982; Copy of the Book Blood Feud
AKA “Blood Feud” Script part II, 11/18/1982
Research on Organized Crime
Correspondence and Notes
Voices of Organized Crime Educational Tape, 4/1968
Hofstra TV Conference
Blood Feud: TV Miniseries on 2 VHS Tapes, 4/20/1983
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18-19 “The Lou Ann Hogan Story” 1991-1992
Outline (?)
Outline
Story Outline
Blue Draft with Revisions, 7/1991-8/1991
First Draft, 9/1991-11/1991
First Draft with Revisions, 11/5/1991-11/11/1991
Revised Smooth (Last Completed Version), 1/1992
Revised First Draft, 1/1992
Press
Miscellaneous
Excerpt of Northside Independent School District Hearing
JP’s Interviews, 7/1991
Phone Conference Re: 12/19/1991
The State of Texas v. Lou Anne Hogan Trial Transcripts (9 Folders)
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65 Maps
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20 “Homeland” n.d.
Rough Story Projections, Etc.
AKA “The First 25 Years” Rough Blue (I)
AKA “The First 25 Years” Rough Blue (II)
Smooth (I)
Smooth (II)
AKA “The First 25 Years” Bound Copy
Bound Draft Copy
Transcripts of Taped Interviews with Moshe Dayan
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20-21 “In Search of Eden” 1977-1979
“In Search of Eden” AKA “Gauguin” Outlines and Notes
“In Search of Eden” AKA “Immortal Outcast” First Draft, 12/18/1977
“In Search of Eden” AKA “Immortal Outcast” Revised, 2/8/1978
“In Search of Eden” AKA “Immortal Outcast” Second Draft, 3/22/1978
“In Search of Eden” AKA “Immortal Outcast” Draft, 3/21/1978
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20 Revisions and Notes from Fielder Cook, 3/3/1978
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21 Draft, 12/10/1978
Draft, 1/5/1979
Draft, 3/7/1979
Draft, 3/16/1979
Draft, 3/16/1979
Revisions of 4/23/1979
Draft, 3/16/1979
Draft with Rough Changes, 3/23/1979
Gaugin Article and other Publicity
Assorted
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21 “In Search of Innocence” n.d.
Outlines and Notes n.d.
Outline n.d.
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21 “The Investigators” n.d.
Outline
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21 “Is There Anybody There” 1991-1994
Blue Rough Draft, 3/4/1991-11/21/1991
First Draft
Draft, 2/7/1994
Character List and Notes
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21 “IT” 1986
Draft with Notes and Correspondence
Agreement, 5/14/1986; Rough Copy with Notes
Recordings on 5 Microcassettes
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22 “James the 5th,” n.d.
“Jenny Bone,” 1959-1960
“Judith,” n.d.
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23 “Kings of Cocaine,” 1990
“Koubilai,” 1963
“Kron Wilson,” 2/12/1986
“Leroy in Corpus Christi”
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23-24 “Lindbergh Kidnapping Case,” 1974-1975
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24 “Little America,” 1981
“A Little Knowledge,” 1994
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24-25 “Liv,” 1972-1992
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24 “Liv,” 1972-1992
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25-26 “Lizzie Borden,” 1972-1973
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26 “Lonesome-like,” n.d.
“Long Gone,” 1980-1981
“Lucy Crown,” 1959-1960
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26-28 “Luke and Lucia,” 1962-1975
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28-29 “The Lusitania Conspiracy,” 1972-1977
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30 “Man Against Crime,” 1985
“The Man Who Couldn’t Take it Anymore,” n.d.
“Mark Twain in Love,” 1974-1985
“Master Strokes” n.d.
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31 “Mask of Sanity,” 1992-1993
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31-32 “A Matter of Conviction,” 1956-1960
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32 “La Meche,” n.d.
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32-33 “Moe,” 1989-1990
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33 “Most Wanted Woman,” 1964
“New Ruby Lou,” 1958-1959
“The Ninety-Day Wonder,” n.d.
“No Suicides in Spring,” n.d.
“Of Whales and Men,” 1959
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33-34 “Old Tasselfoot,” 1954
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34 “Once Upon a Christmas Time,” n.d.
“One Child,” 1983-1985
“Open Windows,” n.d.
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34-36 “Operation Butterfly,” 1983-1984
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36 “The Passalong Girl,” 1988-1990
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36-37 “The Pardon-Me Boy”
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37 “Peace,” 1970
“The People Next Door” CBS Playhouse Version, 1968
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37-38 “The People Next Door” Film Version,1969-1970
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38 “The Perfect Touch,” 1962
“Piaf,” 1962
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38-39 “The Poacher” 1980-1987
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39-40 “The Preppie Killing,” 1988-1989
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40 “Privacy,” 1947
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41 “The Probers,” c.1970S
“The Rabbit Trap,” 1954-1958
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41-43 “The Race for Home” Novel, 1953-1968
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43-44 “The Race for Home” Film, 1957-1970
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44-45 “Rafferty,” 1975-1993
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45 “Remedies,” 1994
“The Reminder,” n.d.
“Rescue Squad” Concept, Notes, Research
“Requiem for Roberto,” n.d.
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46-47 “Savage Grace,” 1985-1986
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47-49 “A Sea Without a Shore” Unfinished Memoir, 1999
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49-51 “The Skook,” 1981-1983
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51 “Somebody Special,” 1954-1969
“The Spill,” n.d.
“The Stepping Stone,” n.d.
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51-53 “Steven’s Story,” 1986-1989
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53-54 “Sugar Hill,” 1997-1991
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54 “The Superintendent,” 1960-1962
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55 “Supernature,” 1979
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55-56 “Surviving Joy,” 1994
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56 “Sweet Land,” 1980-1981
“Target Baghdad,” n.d.
“Tex Here He Don’t Talk Much,” n.d.
“Trick of Hearts,” n.d.
“The Trouble with Money,” n.d.
“The Unforgiven,” n.d.
“The Uphill Climb,” n.d.
“The Way West,” 1958
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57 “Yellow Jack,” 1954
“Your Money or Your Wife,” 1972
Miscellaneous Recordings
Playbill
Showbill and Miscellaneous Theater Programs
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57-58 Early and Uncompleted Projects and Research

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Series II: Poems, 1956-57

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58 Poems (I)
Poems (II)

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Series III: New Jersey Film Commission , 1978-1981

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58 NJ Film Commission: Commission Members
NJ Film Commission: Citizens Advisory Committee
NJ Film Commission: 1979 Annual Report
NJ Film Commission: 1980 Annual Report
NJ Film Commission: 1979-1980 Annual Report
NJ Film Commission: 1981 Annual Report
NJ Film Commission: Budget, 1981
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59 NJ Film Commission: Commission Meetings (I)
NJ Film Commission: Commission Meetings (II)
NJ Film Commission: Commission Meeting, 12/16/1980
NJ Film Commission: Educational Advisory Board (See Commission Meeting of 8/1/1978)
NJ Film Commission: Brochure and Supplement
NJ Film Commission: Brochures
NJ Film Commission: Atlantic Performing Arts Center
NJ Film Commission: Studio Complex Kingsley
NJ Film Commission: Hoboken Stages Material
NJ Film Commission: Hoboken Stages
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65 NJ Film Commission: Hoboken Film and Tape Production Complex Brochures (oversize)
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60 NJ Film Commission: Copies of Major Newspaper Breaks
NJ Film Commission: Press, Clippings, Etc.
NJ Film Commission: News Clips
NJ Film Commission: Articles and Commission Estimated Budget, FY 1981
NJ Film Commission: Articles
NJ Film Commission: Articles Re: Film Industry and Production Complex
NJ Film Commission: JP Miller
NJ Film Commission: JP’s Trip to California
NJ Film Commission: Diane Blake
NJ Film Commission: Paul Peterson
NJ Film Commission: Michela Kuhar
NJ Film Commission: Diane Duhn Secretary
NJ Film Commission: Bo Kar
NJ Film Commission: Ray Stark
NJ Film Commission: Joseph Friedman
NJ Film Commission: Dale Groner and Company, Inc. Advertising Co.
NJ Film Commission: S.R.F.
NJ Film Commission: Correspondence with S.R.F.
NJ Film Commission: Applicants for Executive Director
NJ Film Commission: Madge Evan’s Fund
NJ Film Commission: Child Labor Law
NJ Film Commission: Memos
NJ Film Commission: Vehicle
NJ Film Commission: Miscellaneous (I) (4 folders)
NJ Film Commission: Stationery

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Series IV: Assorted Papers

Scope and contents
Including: Writers Guild of America, Naval Service Records, Yale Drama Department, Trip to Mexico, Correspondence 1950s-1960s, and more.
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61 “Buckaroo” Production Costs 1940
Bicycling to Mexico Trip Notes 1939-1940
Spanish Practice Book
Pages from Class Notebook 1946-1947
Materials from a Box Labeled “JP Miller Letters”
“Manhesset JV” Drafts of Sports Articles
“Charivari” First Sports Collumn, 2/12/1946
“Play Directing- An Outline” by Frank McMullan
“American Primitive” Script, Budget, Correspondence, Etc. for Production of a play by McEvoy Patterson, 1951
"The Quality of Wonderment” Essay for Reader’s Digest, 8/9/1952
Royal Poiciana Playhouse: Program for 1959 Season
Correspondence, 1950s-1960
Correspondence, 1959-1960
Correspondence, 1961
Correspondence, 1961 (3 folders)
Letter to the Editors of Life Magazine
Instructions for Nicholl Fellowship Judge
Captains Club: Correspondence, Etc.
Correspondence Re: “High, Wide, and Lonesome” by Hal Borland
Pennington School: Correspondence
Pearl Buck Foundation: Correspondence
Donald I Fine, Inc.: Correspondence
“Clarence Darrow” Correspondence
Reversion of Copyright Requests for Books out of Print
Introduction for Celeste Holm, Outstanding Citizen Event
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62 Writers Guild of America: Records, Correspondence (2 folders)
Clippings and Notes from Scrapbook
Newspaper Clippings (2 folders)
Newspaper Clippings: France Dimanche (3 Folders)
Unlabeled Black and White Photographs (Small Towns and Arid Landscapes)
Yale Drama Alumni Magazine: Winter 1997-1998; Summer 1998; Winter 1998-1999
Variety Daily 29th Anniversary Issue
Clippings and ephemera
“Liv” First Pass Galleys
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63 VHS: “JP Miller Interview” Academy of Television Arts and Sciences Foundation: Archive of American Television, 4/17/1997 (9 Tapes)
VHS: CNN and Time Show #63, 8/22/1999
VHS: “A Tribute to Fred Coe,” 5/14/1998
VHS: “100 Voices Celebration”

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Series V: Oversize

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64 “The Lou Anne Hogan Story” Maps
“The Lusitania Conspiracy” Life Magazine Article “Lusitania,” 10/13/1972
“The Lusitania Conspiracy” Charts and Maps
“Requiem for Roberto” 11 Photos and “The Ballad of Roberto Clemente” (vinyl record)
“The People Next Door” Filmed Production on 3 Acetate Film Reels
“Days of Wine and Roses” Filmed Production on 3 Acetate Film Reels
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65 NJ Film Commission: Hoboken Film and Tape Production Complex Brochures
“The People Next Door” Vinyl Record: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack
“The People Next Door” 3 Acetate Film Reels: Feature Film Version?

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