University of Texas, Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center

Tom Stoppard:

An Inventory of His Papers at the Harry Ransom Center



Descriptive Summary

Creator: Stoppard, Tom
Title: Tom Stoppard Papers
Dates: 1939-2000 (bulk 1970-2000)
Abstract: The papers of this British playwright consist of typescript and handwritten drafts, revision pages, outlines, and notes; production material, including cast lists, set drawings, schedules, and photographs; theatre programs; posters; advertisements; clippings; page and galley proofs; dust jackets; correspondence; legal documents and financial papers, including passports, contracts, and royalty and account statements; itineraries; appointment books and diary sheets; photographs; sheet music; sound recordings; a scrapbook; artwork; minutes of meetings; and publications.
Call Number: Manuscript Collection MS-4062
Extent: 149 document cases, 9 oversize boxes, 9 oversize folders, 10 galley folders (62 linear feet)
Language English
Repository: Harry Ransom Center, University of Texas at Austin

Biographical Sketch

Playwright Tom Stoppard was born Tomas Straussler in Zlin, Czechoslovakia, on July 3, 1937. However, he lived in Czechoslovakia only until 1939, when his family moved to Singapore. Stoppard, his mother, and his older brother were evacuated to India shortly before the Japanese invasion of Singapore in 1941; his father, Eugene Straussler, remained behind and was killed. In 1946, Stoppard's mother, Martha, married British army officer Kenneth Stoppard and the family moved to England, eventually settling in Bristol.

Stoppard left school at the age of seventeen and began working as a journalist, first with the Western Daily Press (1954-58) and then with the Bristol Evening World (1958-60). Having developed a specialization in film and theatre criticism, in 1960 Stoppard became a free-lance journalist, writing critical articles and, for the Daily Press, two pseudonymous weekly columns. By the end of the year, he had completed his first full-length play, A Walk on the Water (later produced on stage in 1968 as Enter a Free Man), and acquired an agent, Kenneth Ewing of Fraser and Dunlop Scripts. He also wrote a short piece, The Gamblers, which was eventually performed by the University of Bristol drama department in 1965. Stoppard has referred to this as his "first" play in that he claims A Walk on the Water was an unoriginal composite of several plays he admired. Over the next few years, Stoppard wrote various works for radio, television, and the theatre. Among these were "M" Is for Moon among Other Things (1964), A Separate Peace (1966), and If You're Glad I'll Be Frank (1966). A Walk on the Water had been broadcast on ITV Television in 1963 and on BBC-TV in 1964, and Stoppard wrote many episodes of the radio serial A Student's Diary: An Arab in London (1966-67). In addition, three short stories were published by Faber and Faber in the anthology, Introduction 2: Stories by New Writers (1964).

From September 1962 until April 1963, Stoppard worked in London as a drama critic for Scene, writing reviews and interviews both under his name and under the pseudonym William Boot (taken from Evelyn Waugh's Scoop). In 1963, he began writing his only novel, Lord Malquist and Mr. Moon. The names Boot and Moon recur in many of Stoppard's works, generally with Boot being a character who makes things happen and Moon being a character to whom things happen.

While participating in a colloquium sponsored by the Ford Foundation in Berlin in 1964, Stoppard wrote a one-act play that later became Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead. The play, which focuses on two minor characters from Hamlet, examines the ideas of fate and free will. In August 1966, Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead was performed by Oxford University students as part of the Edinburgh Festival fringe, and, at the same time, Stoppard's only novel was published; to Stoppard's surprise, it was the play that succeeded, establishing his reputation as a playwright. When the play, having caught the attention of Kenneth Tynan, was performed by the prestigious National Theatre Company at the Old Vic in London in 1967, it received immediate and widespread acclaim. Stoppard, at age 29, was a major success.

Of Stoppard's plays written over the next ten years, Jumpers, produced in 1972, and Travesties, produced in 1974, are among the best known. Dirty Linen and New-Found-Land (1976) was written for Ed Berman, founder of the Inter-Action community arts organization, on the occasion of his being granted British citizenship.

By 1977, Stoppard had become concerned with human rights issues, in particular with the situation of political dissidents in Eastern Europe and the Soviet Union. In February 1977, he visited Russia with a member of Amnesty International. In June, Stoppard met Vladimir Bukovsky in London and traveled to Czechoslovakia, where he met Václav Havel. Stoppard became involved with Index on Censorship, Amnesty International, and the Committee against Psychiatric Abuse and wrote various newspaper articles and letters about human rights. He organized a Roll Call, or reading of names of Soviet refuseniks, at the National Theatre in 1986.

Stoppard's political concerns surfaced in his work. Every Good Boy Deserves Favour (1977) was written at the request of André Previn and was inspired by a meeting with Russian exile Viktor Fainberg. The play, about a political dissident confined to a Soviet mental hospital, is accompanied by an orchestra using a musical score composed by Previn. Professional Foul is a television play that Stoppard wrote over a period of three weeks as a contribution to Amnesty International's declaration of 1977 as Prisoner of Conscience Year.

Subsequent major stage plays by Stoppard include Night and Day (1978), The Real Thing (1982), Hapgood (1988), Arcadia (1993), Indian Ink (1995), which was based upon his radio play In the Native State (1991), and Invention of Love (1997).

In addition to his original stage plays, Stoppard has written original screenplays, teleplays, and radio plays, as well as adaptations for the stage and screen. His screenplay of Brazil, coauthored with Terry Gilliam and Charles McKeown, was nominated for an Academy Award in 1985; Shakespeare in Love, a screenplay co-written with Marc Norman, won that award in 1999. Other well-known screenplays by Stoppard include Empire of the Sun (1987, adapted from the novel by J. G. Ballard), The Russia House (1989, adapted from the novel by John le Carré), and Billy Bathgate (1991, adapted from the novel by E. L. Doctorow), as well as a film version of his own Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead (1991) that won the Grand Prize at the Venice Film Festival. Stoppard also sometimes reads and contributes to scripts by other writers for directors Kathleen Kennedy, Mike Nichols, and Steven Spielberg. Among teleplays by Stoppard, the best known is Squaring the Circle: Poland, 1980-81, a fictional documentary about the history of Solidarity.

The Dissolution of Dominic Boot (1964), Stoppard's first radio play, was the basis for his teleplay The Engagement (1970). Albert's Bridge, produced by the BBC in 1967, won the Prix Italia. Other successful radio plays by Stoppard include Artist Descending a Staircase (1972), The Dog It Was That Died (1982), and In the Native State (1991).

Tom Stoppard has established an international reputation as a writer of "serious comedy"; his plays are plays of ideas that deal with philosophical issues, yet he combines the philosophical ideas he presents with verbal wit and visual humor. His linguistic complexity, with its puns, jokes, innuendo, and other wordplay, is a chief characteristic of his work. In recognition of his achievements, Stoppard was knighted in 1997.

Stoppard has been married twice, to Jose Ingle (1965-72), a nurse, and to Miriam Moore-Robinson (1972-92), the head of a pharmaceutical company, and he has two sons from each marriage.

More information about Stoppard and his work may be found in Contemporary Authors: New Revision Series, vol. 39 (1993); Dictionary of Literary Biography, vols. 13 (1982) and 233 (2001); "Ambushes for the Audience: Towards a High Comedy of Ideas" in Theatre Quarterly (vol. 4, no. 14, 1974); "Profiles: Withdrawing with Style from the Chaos," by Kenneth Tynan in the New Yorker (19 December 1977); and "Tom Stoppard: His Life and Career Before Rosencrantz and Guildenstern," by John Fleming in The Library Chronicle, vol. 26, no. 3 (1996).


Scope and Contents

The Stoppard papers consist of typescript and holograph drafts, revision pages, outlines, and notes; production material, including cast lists, set drawings, schedules, and photographs; theatre programs; posters; advertisements; clippings; page and galley proofs; dust jackets; correspondence; legal documents and financial papers, including passports, contracts, and royalty and account statements; itineraries; appointment books and diary sheets; photographs; sheet music; sound recordings; a scrapbook; certificates; artwork; minutes of meetings; and publications, all ranging in date from 1939 to 2000, but primarily from 1970 to 2000. The material is organized in five series: Works (1962-2000, nd, 114.5 boxes), Works about Stoppard (1974-81, nd, 2.5 boxes), Correspondence (1954-93, 21.5 boxes), Legal and Personal Material (1944, 1966-72, 1987, nd, 8 boxes) and Works by Other Authors (1975-78, nd, 2.5 boxes).

Nearly all of Stoppard's major plays, screenplays, teleplays, and radio plays are represented in some form, along with many of his lesser-known works and some that were never produced. Stoppard's short stories are not well documented in the collection, although his only novel, Lord Malquist and Mr. Moon, is represented. For many works, materials from first or early drafts through various revisions, production, further revisions, and publication are present, reflecting Stoppard's practice of rewriting passages of his work continuously. Many of the typescripts are the result of Stoppard's dictation to a typist via cassette tape. Stoppard's revision process continues even after a play has begun production and been published. Page proofs, galleys, and typesetting copy typescripts show changes made in subsequent editions after the initial publication of a work.

For many of the works represented in the collection, Stoppard has maintained correspondence files, including production files and fan mail, separate from his general correspondence files, although similar materials may be found in both locations. Correspondence filed under a title usually consists of letters from people involved in various phases of a production, or from people praising or commenting upon the work. Reviews and articles about a work accompany the manuscripts, and are located under that title. When Stoppard collaborates with other writers, he works with them on a sequential basis rather than concurrently, and his amount of involvement varies by situation. Stoppard often is involved in film projects anonymously. For example, he often provides input on scripts sent to him by Stephen Spielberg, Mike Nichols, and Kathleen Kennedy.

Stoppard's career as a journalist is not as well documented in the collection as his playwriting career. However, through the years Stoppard has continued to write occasional pieces for various periodicals, and many of those are present. Folders of reviews and articles by Stoppard, some accompanied by letters from editors, are located at the end of the Works series. Additional articles by Stoppard about political issues are located in his "Russia File" in the Correspondence series. Most correspondence from editors of periodicals is housed with the general correspondence.

Correspondence in the collection relates almost exclusively to Stoppard's career rather than to his personal life. Most of the correspondence is letters from people involved in productions of his plays, as well as translators, journalists, periodical editors, fellow playwrights, and admirers of his work. Nearly all of the letters have brief notations, made mainly by Stoppard and his secretary Jacky Matthews, recording any responses. Photocopies of some outgoing letters, usually dictated by Stoppard to his secretary, are housed with the incoming correspondence. Of particular interest is Stoppard's correspondence with Anthony C. H. Smith; covering an approximate 30-year span, these letters trace Stoppard's writing career from its beginning. Letters from Stoppard's agent, Kenneth Ewing, cover the years 1962-87 and also follow the rise of Stoppard's career. Correspondence from Faber and Faber, Stoppard's primary publisher, discusses publication of Stoppard's books and includes printed dust jackets. Other significant correspondents include Ed Berman, Dirk Bogarde, Noël, Carr, Michael Codron, Guy Dumur, Lady Antonia Fraser, Michael Frayn, David Hare, Glynn Boyd Harte, Michael Horovitz, Ilya Levin, Bryan Magee, Trevor Nunn, Laurence Olivier, Harold Pinter, Ned Sherrin, and Kenneth Tynan. All correspondents in the Stoppard collection may be found in the Index of Correspondents.

Stoppard's interest in human rights issues is reflected throughout the collection. Correspondence with many human rights organizations, files on Czechoslovakia and Russia, and material from his work organizing the Roll Call at the National Theatre reveal the extent of his involvement in these issues. Through his contacts with political dissidents, Stoppard became friends with Czechoslovakian playwright and politician Václav Havel. Correspondence with and about Havel, copies of his works, and material from Stoppard's translation of Havel's Largo Desolato were originally grouped together. The correspondence has been separated and added to the Correspondence series, while Largo Desolato material has been housed with other works by Stoppard. Translations of Havel's The Beggar's Opera and The Conspirators are located in the Works by Other Authors series, along with works by Christopher Figg, Tomás Gartland, Tony Harrison, Vladimir J. Konecni, David Mamet, James Saunders, Peter Shaffer, Anthony C. H. Smith, Stephen Sondheim, and others.

Few original materials relating to Stoppard's personal life are present in the collection, although some letters to his parents, photocopies of marriage, divorce, and birth certificates, memorabilia, and photographs are present. The collection does provide information about Stoppard's interests in cricket, chess, fishing, and other subjects. For example, Harold Pinter arranged cricket matches with Stoppard through correspondence, while Anthony Smith, his wife, and Stoppard used their letters to each other to play chess. Similarly, typescript and printed copies of interviews, Stoppard's responses to various requests, and correspondence about production disputes provide insights into Stoppard's character and personality. Stoppard's interest in Ernest Hemingway, as well as his ability to form friendships quickly, can be seen in correspondence with Joan St. C. Crane of the University of Virginia, Carol (Mrs. Patrick) Hemingway, and Margie (Mrs. Louis Henry) Cohn of House of Books.

Additions to the collection are expected. Other manuscripts relating to Stoppard at the HRC may be found in the Gordon Dickerson, David Hare, Francis Henry King, London Magazine, Harold Pinter, and James Saunders papers.


Arrangement

Note to Researchers
This finding aid for the Stoppard papers is a conflation of the five finding aids that were created for the original collection received in 1991 and 1993, and for four accretions that were described separately, received in 1994-1996, and 1998-1999. Materials added to the collection over time have not been physically interfiled for the most part, but the series descriptions and folder list group materials relating to a specific work or topic regardless of when they were received by the Center.

Restrictions

Access

Open for research


Index Terms

Correspondents
Amis, Kingsley
Ashcroft, Peggy, Dame
Ayer, A.J. (Alfred Jules), 1910-
Beckett, Samuel, 1906-
Bell, Quentin
Berman, Ed
Bigsby, C.W.E.
Billington, Michael, 1939-
Blackford, Richard, 1954-
Blackwell, Vera
Bogarde, Dirk, 1921-
Bolt, Robert
Boorman, John, 1933-
Bukovskii, Vladimir Konstantinovich, 1942-
Carr, Noël
Carsen, Robert
Codron, Michael
Cohn, Louis Henry, Mrs.
Cooper, Donald
Crane, Joan St. C.
Doctorow, E.L., 1931-
Dumur, Guy, 1921-
Evans, Harold
Ewing, Kenneth
Eyre, Richard, 1943-
Fainberg, Viktor
Fassbinder, Rainer Werner, 1946-
Fraser, Antonia, 1932-
Frayn, Michael
Frink, Elisabeth, 1930-
Gaskell, Philip
Ghose, Zulfikar, 1935-
Gilliam, Terry
Gray, Simon, 1936-
Greene, Graham, 1904-
Griffiths, Trevor
Guppy, Shusha
Hall, Peter, Sir, 1930-
Hampton, Christopher, 1946-
Hardy, Joseph, 1929-
Hare, David, 1947-
Harte, Glynn Boyd
Harwood, Ronald, 1934-
Havel, Václav
Hedberg, Johannes
Horovitz, Michael, 1935-
James, Clive, 1939-
Jellicoe, Ann
Kerensky, Oleg, 1930-
Kundera, Milan
Le Carré, John, 1931-
Levin, Ilya Davidovich, 1948-
Losey, Joseph
Luff, Peter
McKellen, Ian
Magee, Bryan
Marcus, Frank
Märthesheimer, Peter, 1938-
Matthews, Jacky
May, Robert M. (Robert McCredie), 1936-
Mitchell, Adrian, 1932-
Mortimer, John Clifford, 1923-
Mosley, Nicholas, 1923-
Nichols, Peter, 1927-
Nunn, Trevor
Olivier, Laurence, 1907-
Pike, Frank
Pinter, Harold, 1930-
Read, Piers Paul, 1941-
Saunders, James, 1925-
Shaffer, Peter
Sher, Antony, 1949-
Sherrin, Ned
Smith, A.C.H. (Anthony Charles H.), 1935-
Spiel, Hilde
Spielberg, Steven, 1947-
Swander, Homer D., 1921-
Theiner, George
Toms, Carl
Trotter, Josephine
Tynan, Kenneth, 1927-
Vladislav, Jan, 1923-
Wells, John, 1936-
Wesker, Arnold, 1932-
Wintour, Charles
Wood, Peter, 1927-
Organizations
Brandman Productions
Faber and Faber
Fraser & Dunlop Scripts Ltd
House of Books, Ltd. (New York, N.Y.)
Inter-Action Trust
Iron Mountain Proudctions
TVS (Firm: Great Britain)
Index on Censorship
Subjects
Authors, English
Authors and publishers
Czech drama
Dissenters
Human rights workers
Literary agents
Document Types
Birth certificates
Christmas cards
Galley proofs
Negatives
Passports
Photographs
Report cards
Screenplays
Scripts
Theater programs
Watercolors

Tom Stoppard Papers--Associated Materials

The following items have been removed from the collection and housed with the Center's Personal Effects holdings:

  • Every Good Boy Deserves Favour needlepoint, nd
  • Rosencrantz & Guildenstern Are Dead ball and cup, "Zagreb 1990"
  • Silver cricket bat charm, with stone inlays and engraved on the back: "Tom from Henry & Annie New York 5-1-84 Keep nudging..."
  • Silver airplane tie clip
  • Ivory letter-opener in the form of a cricket bat
  • Fishing flies attached to label "777W72 Gareth & Keeyard "(?)
  • Silver skiing medallion "Offert Par Les Skis Rossignol" (in box)
  • White t-shirt with purple "Playbill Lincoln Center Theater Hapgood" logo
  • Glass paperweight, "The First New York International Festival of the Arts June 11-July 11, 1988 Music, Dance, Theatre, Film and Television of the 20th Century"
  • Framed cartoon by "Marc," captioned "He's deeply depressed-he got a brilliant review in the Sunday Times," Nov. 1978
  • Miniature Liberty Bell "presented to Stoppard by Mayor Edward G. Rendell, City of Philadelphia, February 7, 1996"
  • Presentation key engraved "Terry Hands," in pouch inscribed "Taormina Arte"
  • Graduation hood for honorary degree bestowed by the University of York, with accompanying letter from robe makers Ede and Ravenscroft, 1984
  • Antoinette Perry award for The Real Thing, 1984
  • International Film & Television Festival of New York award, 1984 (medallion, in box)
  • Drama Desk Award, "1983 1984 Outstanding New Play The Real Thing By Tom Stoppard" (two metal plates mounted on wooden blocks)
  • Lincoln Center Theater "Joan Cullman Award for Extraordinary Creativity Tom Stoppard Hapgood 1995 Arcadia" (bronze award in box)
  • Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle award for Distinguished Achievement, "1997 Writing, Tom Stoppard, Arcadia, Center Theatre Group/Mark Taper Forum" (plaque)
  • Las Vegas Film Critics Society's 1998 Sierra Award to: "Tom Stoppard, Best Screenplay Shakespeare in Love" (plaque)
  • Broadcasting Press Guild Television Awards "1977 Best Single Play Professional Foul by Tom Stoppard, Produced by Mark Shivas, Directed by Michael Lindsay-Hogg for BBC-2" (framed award certificate)
  • "The British Academy of Film and Television Arts Certificate of Award The Council hereby certifies that Tom Stoppard won the British Academy Award for Outstanding Achievement During 1977 in the Category Best Script Presented at the Wembley Conference Centre, May 16 1978" (framed certificate)
  • "Nomination Antoinette Perry Award Best Play Arcadia, Author: Tom Stoppard, Producer: Lincoln Center Theater, André Bishop, Bernard Gersten, 1994-1995, The American Theatre Wing, Inc. and The League of American Theaters and Producers, Inc." (framed certificate)
  • University of London Doctor of Literature honorary degree certificate, 9 June 1982, program of the proceedings, and text of introductory speech (all in embossed degree holder tube)
  • Brunel University honorary degree certificate, 18 Dec. 1979, and text of introductory speech (in embossed degree holder tube)
  • "Oh! Look what I've got on my plate!" ceramic plate painted with titles of early works by Stoppard, [ca. 1977]

The following have been removed from the collection and are housed with the Center's film holdings:

  • Thirteen "Master" Beta videotapes of the Roll Call at the National Theatre, 1986
  • Six audio tape reels of the Roll Call at the National Theatre, 1986
  • VHS videotape of the University of Hull degree conferment, 1998
  • VHS videotape of the University of York honorary degree conferment, 1984
  • Fragments of film showing the making of the film Rosencrantz & Guildenstern Are Dead, [1990]

Three original watercolors of Victorian postcards, ca. 1898, have been removed from the collection and housed with the Center's Art Collection. One is labeled "Isle of Wight" by "John Renage"

A bust of Stoppard by Alan Thornhill is on display in the Center's Reading Room.

In addition, printed editions of Stoppard's works in a variety of languages have been removed from the collection and are cataloged with the Center's book holdings, as is a publication about Costas Tsoclis' "Ark" project that had accompanied correspondence regarding that project.


Administrative Information

Acquisition

Purchases and gifts, 1991-2000

Processed by

Katherine Mosley, 1993-2000


Series Descriptions

Series I. Works, ca. 1960-2000, nd
(122 boxes)

The series is divided into two subseries: Original Works and Adaptations; and Reviews, Articles, and Lectures.
The Original Works and Adaptations subseries, arranged alphabetically by title and within title by genre, consists of typescript and holograph manuscripts, revision pages, outlines and notes, page proofs, galley proofs, printed pages and books, theatre programs, production materials, photographs and negatives, posters, advertising material, clippings, correspondence, and awards.
Nearly all of Stoppard's plays, screenplays, teleplays, and radio plays are represented in some form, some quite extensively. Because Stoppard continuously revises his works, even after they are produced and published, many variant versions are present. Stoppard's original labeling of manuscript versions has been retained and is indicated in the folder list with single quotation marks. In keeping with Stoppard's original filing system, some correspondence regarding a work is housed with that work, while similar letters regarding works are housed with general correspondence in the Correspondence series. Clippings, primarily reviews collected by Stoppard's parents, and numerous posters and programs from domestic and international productions cover nearly all of Stoppard's major works. Works particularly well represented in the collection include Arcadia, Cats, Empire of the Sun, Hapgood, Hopeful Monsters, Indian Ink, The Real Thing, Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead, and Travesties.
Among early manuscripts by Stoppard are holograph and typescript drafts of his only novel, Lord Malquist and Mr. Moon; a short play, The Gamblers, which he refers to as his first "original" play; and Higg and Cogg, which was performed with The Gamblers by the University of Bristol drama department. Reviews of those works are also present. Stoppard's first full-length play, A Walk on the Water, which was produced as a teleplay, staged in Hamburg, adapted for broadcast as a radio play, and eventually revised for a London stage production as Enter A Free Man, is represented by typescripts, a shooting schedule, programs, clippings, and page proofs. Stoppard originally wrote Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead as a one-act play about the characters from Hamlet meeting the mad King Lear when they arrive in England. Among very early versions of Rosencrantz and Guildenstern in the collection is a mimeograph typescript of Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Meet King Lear. Rosencrantz and Guildenstern is a good example of the many forms of material present in the collection for a single title; in addition to items relating to various productions of the play, there are also materials from the 1978 and 1983 radio productions, an unproduced 1968 screenplay, the film that was eventually produced in 1991, and page proofs of various Faber and Faber editions of the published work.
Jumpers material consists of typescripts, correspondence, theatre programs, posters, and clippings from various productions, as well as a reproduction of a drawing by William Hewison, sheet music, page proofs, and a French translation by Jacques De Decker. The author's notes to translators accompanies one of several early Travesties drafts, and typescripts showing revisions made for the 1993 production are also present. Among other Travesties materials are a memo from Stoppard to directors, clippings of articles and reviews, profit sheets, photographs, posters, programs, and an ink caricature drawn by William Hewison for Punch. Letters from Noël Carr, widow of Henry Carr, are among correspondence about the play. In addition, there are German translations of the play by Hilde Spiel, correspondence regarding a German production of the play, and an incomplete draft of an opera by Bolen High. Night and Day is represented by various drafts, programs, posters, production notes, articles and reviews, and correspondence, including correspondence relating to a German production. A German translation of the play by Hilde Spiel is also present, as are typescripts and page proofs of various printed editions and drafts of a screenplay based on the play.
Many manuscripts relating to one of Stoppard's most popular plays, The Real Thing, are present; of particular note are performance notes; drafts of revisions made for the 1984 American production; photographs; posters; and production correspondence, including lists of casting possibilities, rehearsal schedules, touring schedules, cast lists and other company information, correspondence with actors, directors, and others, congratulatory notes, telegrams, and fan mail. Page proofs, galleys, and typescripts of various published editions trace many of the revisions made to the play over the years. A proposed précis by Otis Guernsey for The Best Plays of 1983-84 and related correspondence are also included, as are French and Italian translations. Stoppard's Tony Award for the play is housed with the Center's personal effects collection. A typescript for a radio broadcast of The Real Thing is also present. Notable Hapgood manuscripts include numerous revision pages, production correspondence, fan mail, a printed teacher's handbook, and corrected page proofs of the 1988 and 1994 Faber and Faber editions of the play. Draft fragments from an abandoned film adaptation are also present.
Among Hapgood correspondence are letters between Stoppard and J. C. Polkinghorne discussing physics and physicists.
Of Stoppard's more recent plays, Arcadia and Indian Ink are the most heavily represented. Numerous drafts, production materials, photographs, tickets, programs, posters, correspondence, and page proofs from both works are present. In addition, there are typescripts from the radio production of Arcadia.
Manuscripts of Stoppard's radio play In the Native State, the precursor to Indian Ink, include drafts, clippings, awards, and correspondence. Among drafts and translations of the radio play Artist Descending a Staircase are those used to enter the play in the Italia Prize. In addition, that work was later adapted for the stage, and drafts, programs, and posters from the production are present.
Materials relating to the screenplay of Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead consist of typescripts, trailer notes, preliminary production notes, filming notes, cue sheets, photographs, correspondence, financial files, and advertising material, including rejected layout ideas. Among other screenplays represented in the collection are Brazil, Empire of the Sun, The Russia House, Billy Bathgate, and Shakespeare in Love. Besides various drafts of Brazil, there are a plot outline and synopsis by Terry Gilliam and production material, including correspondence showing the problems that arose as a result of the collaboration between Stoppard, Gilliam, and Charles McKeown. Empire of the Sun materials consist of numerous drafts, a shooting script, production memos, correspondence regarding script revisions and other production matters, research photographs of Shanghai, and production photographs. Included in production correspondence are letters between Stoppard and the Writers Guild of America relating to a writing credit dispute that Stoppard eventually won. The Russia House materials comprise typescripts and a production file of correspondence with Fred Schepisi about script revisions. Drafts and correspondence for Billy Bathgate are present, as are drafts, clippings, awards programs, and some correspondence relating to Shakespeare in Love.
Screenplays present in the collection that were never produced include Hopeful Monsters (based upon the book by Nicholas Mosley), Cats (an animated screenplay adaptation of the musical by Andrew Lloyd Webber), Innocent Blood (from the novel by P. D. James), Knuckle (an adaptation of the play by David Hare), Galileo, and The Frog Prince (based upon John Collier's short story). Also noteworthy are drafts of filmscripts for Stoppard's popular radio play Albert's Bridge and his novel Lord Malquist and Mr. Moon. Uncredited revisions of screenplays by other authors include those for Always, Chaplin, Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade, Medicine Man, Schindler's List, and Sleepy Hollow.
Stoppard's well-known teleplay Squaring the Circle: Poland, 1980-81 is represented by background research, multiple drafts, notes on revisions, and a correspondence and production file. Drafts of the introduction to the Faber and Faber text and correspondence with director Mike Hodges, Stephen Schlow and Dale Sheets of Metromedia, and James Gatward of TVS provide information about a dispute with Metromedia regarding changes to the film for the American market. Poodle Springs was a made-for-television film of Robert Parker's Philip Marlowe book; correspondence and numerous drafts from that project are present.
The second subseries is comprised primarily of clippings, typescript and holograph drafts, and galleys of reviews and articles by Stoppard on a variety of topics. Some of these are accompanied by correspondence from the editors of periodicals in which they were published. Lecture material is also located in this subseries and includes notes, drafts, correspondence, programs, and advertisements.



Series II. Works about Stoppard, 19[60]-99, nd
2 boxes

The second series is divided into three subseries: Articles and Interviews, Literary Criticism, and Bibliographies.
The first subseries consists of correspondence regarding articles on and interviews with Stoppard, in some cases accompanied by typescripts, and printed articles and interviews, all ranging in date from 1966 to 1999. Also included are an outline, draft, and proofs of Mel Gussow's Conversations with Stoppard, as well as a typescript of "Stoppard This Evening," which was designed as part of a touring educational program sent by the University of California to various university campuses in the United States.
The second subseries contains typescripts of books by Jim Hunter and other critical works, while the third subseries is made up of bibliographies by David Bratt, Corinne George, and Kimball King.



Series III. Correspondence, 1954-2000, nd
19 boxes

The third series is also divided into three subseries: General Correspondence; Political, Human Rights, and Charitable Organizations Correspondence; and Declined Proposals. Correspondence was originally maintained in roughly reverse chronological order by date received, which has been retained wherever possible. Most letters have notations, mainly by Stoppard and his secretary, usually Jacky Matthews, regarding the date they were answered, how they were answered, etc. The correspondence is primarily incoming, but some photocopies of letters by Stoppard, usually dictated to his secretary, are also filed here. It should be noted that correspondence regarding particular works may also be found in the Works series. For information about the location of letters by a single correspondent, see the Index of Correspondents.
The first subseries contains letters grouped by date as well as by subject, and consists for the most part of correspondence from people with whom Stoppard worked, as well as translators, journalists, periodical editors, fellow playwrights, and admirers of his work. Letters from Stoppard's agent, Kenneth Ewing of Fraser and Dunlop Scripts, filed with the miscellaneous correspondence, cover the years 1962-87 and follow Stoppard's career from its beginning. Other significant correspondents include Kingsley Amis, Dame Peggy Ashcroft, Ed Berman, Dirk Bogarde, Michael Brandman and others at Brandman Productions, Noël Carr, Michael Codron, E. L. Doctorow, Guy Dumur, Richard Eyre, Lady Antonia Fraser, Michael Frayn, Elisabeth Frink, Shusha Guppy, David Hare, Glynn Boyd Harte, Michael Horovitz, John Le Carré, Ilya Levin, Brian Magee, Trevor Nunn, Laurence Olivier, Harold Pinter, Ned Sherrin, and Kenneth Tynan. Business correspondence with Faber and Faber about Stoppard's books is accompanied by printed dust jackets. Correspondence with and about Václav Havel has been grouped together and includes letters regarding Stoppard's acceptance on Havel's behalf of an honorary degree awarded by Toulouse University in 1984, and a copy of Havel's "Politics and Conscience" written for that occasion. Two folders of letters from Stoppard to Anthony C. H. Smith from about 1960 to 1993 complement other Smith correspondence which is located within the miscellaneous correspondence folders.
The second subseries consists of correspondence with various political and human rights organizations with which Stoppard became involved beginning in the 1970s. Among these are Amnesty International, Writers and Scholars Educational Trust (WSET) and its Index of Censorship, and the Campaign Against Psychiatric Abuse. There is a significant amount of material relating to Stoppard's organization of the Roll Call, or reading of the names of Soviet refuseniks, at the National Theatre in 1986. Stoppard's "Czechoslovakia File" and "Russia File" contain correspondence and articles relating to human rights issues and political dissidents in Czechoslovakia and Russia. Additional articles by Stoppard relating to political topics may be found with other articles by Stoppard in Series I. A typescript diary of Stoppard's visit to Russia with a member of Amnesty International may be found in his "Russia File." Prints of photographic negatives from Stoppard's trips have been developed by the Center and placed in the collection. Stoppard and his wife Miriam served as patrons of various charitable organizations and made many financial donations through the charitable trusts they established; files relating to those causes are also present.
The third subseries consists of correspondence from individuals and organizations requesting interviews, talks, or financial contributions, or proposing theater or film projects for Stoppard's consideration. Stoppard's original separation of these requests from similar, sometimes accepted, requests found in the miscellaneous correspondence has been retained.



Series IV: Legal and Personal Material, 1939, 1944, 1966-2000, nd
7.5 boxes

The fourth series includes a continuous run of appointment books and desk diaries from 1980 to 1993, numerous awards and honorary degrees received by Stoppard, legal documents such as passports and birth certificates, memorabilia, and miscellaneous clippings, theater programs and posters, and periodicals of interest to Stoppard. Bank statements dating from July 1967 through December 1974 provide information on various productions around the world. Photographs and drawings of Stoppard, his family, and his associates are also present.



Series V: Works by Other Authors, 1967-94, nd
3 boxes

The fifth series contains translations of works by Václav Havel, works by Tony Harrison, Harold Pinter, James Saunders, Peter Shaffer, and A. C. H. Smith, among others. Some of these are accompanied by letters to Stoppard.



Container List

Series I. Works, ca. 1960-2000, nd
(122 boxes)

Subseries A: Original Works and Adaptations, (A-Q) 1962-2000
A.O.P. --Proposed screenplay, never produced
Container
1.1 "Film Outline," photocopy typescripts, May 1984
Container
69.1 Photocopy typescript memo summarizing Warner Brothers agreement, 14 Aug. 1984
After Magritte
Stage play
Container
1.2 Incomplete typescript draft with holograph revisions, nd
With holograph revision pages and notes, Aug.-Sept., nd
Container
69.2 Notebook of holograph draft pages and notes, 2-19 Sept. [1970]; drafts of introduction to teleplay; draft re. proposition vs. fact; notes for Where Are They Now?
Container
69.3 Photocopy typescript, nd
Container
69.4 "Revised ms, Prelims copy," photocopy typescript with holograph corrections in unidentified hand and printer's marks, nd.
With letter from Faber and Faber to Stoppard, 3 May 1973
Container
69.5 Photocopy typescript, nd
Container
69.6 "Rehearsal Script," mimeograph typescript, with holograph notes on versos of two pages, nd
Container
69.7 Incomplete photocopy of typescript with holograph revisions in unidentified hand, nd
Double bill with The Real Inspector Hound
(see The Real Inspector Hound, Folders 104.12 and 104.13)
Container
53.9 Photographs, advertisement, and poster from Sao Paulo, Brazil, production, 1994
(poster removed to Oversize Box 2, folder 1)
Container
1.3 Program with holograph notes, [1970]
Container
69.8 Programs and flyers, 1970-85, nd
Mounted posters
Teatro dell'Orologio, Rome, 1987
(Oversize Box 2)
Malmo Stadsteater, Sweden, nd
(Oversize Box 4)
Container
69.9 Articles and reviews, 1970-73, 1984
Container
69.10 Correspondence, 1996, 1999
Book
Container
69.11 Dust jacket, [1971]
Albert's Bridge
Radio Play
Container
66.11 Mimeograph typescript, with holograph notes in an unknown hand, 1967.
With production information and opening and closing announcements.
Container
69.12 Articles and reviews, 1967
Prix Italia award certificate, 1968
(Oversize Box 2, folder 2)
Stage play
Container
1.4 Programs, nd
Container
69.13 Program, French production, 1999
Container
69.14 Articles and reviews, 1969, nd
Container
69.15 St. Alban's Repertory Theater production--letter from Albert Ihde, program, articles and reviews, 1969
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1.5 Articles and reviews, French production, [1974]
Container
53.10 Advertisements and poster for Paris production, 1994
(poster removed to Oversize Folder 5)
[Double bill with If You're Glad I'll Be Frank]
Container
69.16 Flyer and program, [1969]
Container
69.17 Reviews and advertisement, 1969
Signed photo reproduction sent by cast and crew, Jan. 1999
(Oversize Box 7)
Container
69.18 Correspondence, 1997, 1998
Screenplay, by Stoppard and A.C.H. Smith
Container
1.6 Typescript synopses and notes by Stoppard and Anthony Smith, with holograph corrections, 6 and 25 Sept 1969, nd
Container
1.7 "Film Outline," carbon typescript, with holograph revisions, nd
Container
1.8 "Film Outline," typescript, with holograph revisions, nd
Container
1.9 "Film Outline," photocopy typescript, bound, nd
Container
66.12 Typescript, with typescript inserts and holograph revisions, nd
Always (Revision of the screenplay by Jerry Belson and Diane Thomas)
Container
69.19 Original and faxed typescript pages with holograph revisions, 11 May, 10 and 17 July, and 10 and 14 Aug. 1989.
With memos from Stoppard to Steven Spielberg, 3, 11, and 17 July 1989
Container
69.20 Correspondence and meeting notes, 1989-90
Another Moon Called Earth [The Critics]--Teleplay
Container
66.13 Carbon typescript, nd
Container
66.14 Rehearsal Script. Mimeograph typescript, 1967
Container
69.21 Articles and reviews, 1967
Arcadia
Stage play
Container
53.11 "Mathematical Chaos and Strange Attractors," photocopy excerpt from Structures and Strangeness, Nov. 1981
With note from Oliver Stoppard to Stoppard, nd
Container
40.9 Incomplete typescript with holograph revisions, bound, nd
(Missing pages are located in Folder 40.10)
Container
40.10 Incomplete typescript, nd
(Includes pages from incomplete, bound typescript in Folder 40.9)
Container
69.22 Typescript fragment, nd
Container
69.23 Typescript of Act One, with holograph revisions, nd
Container
69.24 Faxed pages of typescript with holograph revisions, 9 June 1992
Container
69.25 "Replacement pages,"30 July 1992
Container
69.26 Typescript page, nd
Container
40.11 Typescript with holograph revisions, bound, Nov. 1992
Container
53.12 Photocopy typescript, with holograph revisions, Nov. 1992
Container
41.1 Photocopy of typescript with holograph corrections, Nov. 1992
Container
41.2 Typescript with holograph corrections, bound, Dec. 1992
Container
41.3 Typescript with some holograph corrections by Stoppard and unknown person, bound, 8 Dec. 1992
Container
41.4 Photocopy typescript with holograph corrections, bound, [Dec. 1992]
Container
53.13 Photocopy typescript, with holograph revisions, bound, Jan. 1993
Container
41.5 Photocopy typescript, bound, Jan. 1993
Container
53.14 Printer's copy, Jan. 1993
(bound)
Container
41.6 Rehearsal Script. Photocopy typescript with holograph revisions, bound, 29 Jan. 1993
Container
41.7 Photocopy typescript, Jan. 1993
(with holograph revisions, March 1993, bound)
Container
54.1 Press Script. Photocopy typescript, with a few holograph corrections, bound, 19 April 1993
Container
70.1 "Press Script," bound photocopy typescript, 19 April 1993
Container
54.2 Photocopy typescript pages, with holograph revisions, nd
Container
42.1-5 "Arcadia Pages," typescript, faxed, and holograph drafts and revision pages; Peters, Fraser, and Dunlop catalogue copy form; rehearsal papers, including rehearsal calls, list of contacts, stage diagrams, rehearsal notes, production schedule, sound and music cues, research material, and rehearsal script; theatre program drafts and page proofs, including drafts by John Barrell, Rupert Christiansen, and Robert M. May; and page proofs for Faber & Faber text; Aug. 1992-April 1993, nd.
(With letters from Stoppard to Caroline and to Charles Boyle and letters from Robert May to Stoppard and Emma Fielding)
(theatre program drafts and page proofs removed to Oversize Box 7)
Container
42.6 Correspondence and production file--correspondence, Royal National Theatre leaflet, theatre tickets, and printed invitation to cast party, Feb.-April 1993.
With "roundup" summary of current productions and publications of Stoppard's plays, 1993
Container
54.3 Revised production schedule, 12 March 1993
Lincoln Center Theater production
Container
70.2 Bound photocopy typescript with holograph revisions, nd
Container
70.3 Typescript draft with holograph revisions
[Missing pages are located in "Trims Suggested"]
Container
70.4 "Trims Suggested for Lincoln Centre," typescript draft pages with holograph revisions, nd
Container
70.5 "Arcadia Script Variations," typescript list of changes, with holograph note from Stoppard to company on verso of Hopeful Monsters typescript page, [1995]
Container
70.6 Holograph production notes, nd
Container
42.7 Rideau de Bruxelles, Belgium, production photographs and poster, 1993
(poster, two copies, removed to Oversize Box 2, folder 1)
Container
70.7-9 Comedie-Francaise productions--programs, flyers, ticket, photographs, posters and faxed and bound reviews, 1997-98
(posters, two copies, with poster of season schedule, removed to Oversize Box 2, folder 1)
Container
70.10 Photographs from the original National Theatre production, 1993
Container
54.4 Photographs from Cape Town, South Africa, production, nd.
With note from Gordon Dickerson of Peters Fraser & Dunlop to Stoppard, nd
Photograph of touring cast, 1995
(Oversize Box 8)
Container
70.11-12 Photographs from various productions, 1997-98, nd
Container
54.5 National Theatre brochures, 1992-93
Container
54.6 TheatrePrint. The Weekend Ad. Photocopy page proofs, with some holograph corrections, nd
(page proofs removed to Oversize Box 7)
Container
54.7 Theatre programs--Poland, Australia.
With a Lyttelton advertising leaflet proof and a rehearsal note from Aldwych, 1993-94, and with Haymarket Theatre ticket, 19 May 1994
Container
71.1-6 Programs (some signed by cast), flyers, advertising postcard, ticket
Container
54.8 Rejected poster design, Lincoln Center Theater, nd
Container
71.7 Lincoln Center Theater poster design
Poster: Teatr Wybrzeze, Poland, two copies, 1994
(Oversize Box 2, folder 1)
Container
71.8-10 Articles, reviews, and advertisements, 1993-1999
(see also Oversize Box 6)
Container
54.9 The Laurence Olivier Awards program, 1994
Container
71.11 Nomination certificates for Writers' Guild Macallan award, 1993, and Laurence Olivier Award, 1994; Critics' Circle London Theatre Award, 1993; Tony Awards tickets, 1995
Drama Critics' Circle award certificate for Best Play, 1994
(Oversize Box 2, folder 2)
Container
54.10 Correspondence, 1993-94, nd
Radio Play
Container
54.11 Photocopy of miscellaneous typescript draft pages, with holograph revisions in an unknown hand made for radio broadcast, with additional holograph revisions by Stoppard, nd.
With letter from BBC Radio to Stoppard, 13 Aug. 1993
Container
54.12-13 Photocopy typescript, with holograph revisions, Sept. 1993
Advertisement from The Modern Review, Dec.-Jan. 1993/94
(Oversize Box 6)
Book
Container
72.1 Photocopy page proofs, 1999
Container
72.2-6 Correspondence, drafts of blurb and bio, crossword puzzle, Newstead Abbey guide, 1992-99
Oil pastel portrait of Stoppard as Septimus [by Jennifer Dundas], 30 March 1995
(Oversize Box 5, folder 7)
Artist Descending a Staircase
Radio Play
Container
66.15 Typescript, with holograph revisions, nd
Container
72.7 Mimeo typescript, with holograph revisions, nd.
With holograph notes re. The Real Inspector Hound on versos of pp 44-45
Container
66.16 Mimeograph typescript, 1972
Container
72.8-9 Mimeo typescript, [1972]
Two copies
Container
66.17 Photocopy of typescript with holograph notations showing cuts, 1972
Container
54.15 Photocopy typescript, with holograph revisions, bound, nd
Container
72.10 BBC Entry, Italia Prize, bound photocopy typescript with holograph markings, [1973]
Stage play
Container
72.11 Composite draft of typescript pages and photocopy pages of printed text, with typescript revisions taped in, nd
Container
73.1 Photocopy of composite draft of typescript pages and photocopy pages of printed text with typescript revisions, nd
Container
73.2 Bound typescript with holograph revisions and holograph insert page of notes, nd
Container
73.3 Programs and flyer, 1988-89
Container
54.14 Theatre program, Kings Head Theatre Club production, nd
Poster: King's Head Theatre Club, [1988]
(Oversize Box 2, folder 1)
Poster: Rideau de Bruxelles, Belgium, 1989
(Oversize Folder 5)
Book
Container
73.4 Dust jacket proof, nd
Container
73.5 Articles and reviews, 1972-89
Container
73.6 Correspondence, 1972-91
Translations
Container
73.7 L'Artiste Descendant L'Escaller--translation for Italia Prize by Hélène Corrie, bound photocopy typescript, nd
Container
73.8 Listamadur A Leid Nidur Troppur--translation by Gudjon Olafsson, bound typescript, nd
Artist Descending a Staircase and Where Are They Now?: Two Plays for Radio--Book
Container
73.9 Incomplete mimeo typescript with holograph printer's marks. With typescript front pages with holograph printer's marks, [1973]
Container
73.10 Page proofs with holograph corrections, [1973]
Billy Bathgate --Screenplay adaptation of the book by E. L. Doctorow
Container
1.10-11 Holograph draft sections, Sept.-Nov. 1989
Container
1.12 Holograph draft, Sept.-Nov. 1989
Container
1.13 Composite photocopy of corrected typescript, and faxes with holograph revisions, Nov. 1989
Container
1.14 Photocopy typescript, with holograph corrections, nd
Container
2.1 Photocopy typescript, with holograph notes, Nov. 1989
Container
54.16 Photocopy typescript, with some holograph revisions, nd.
With additional photocopy typescript pages, with holograph revisions, nd
Container
2.2 "Revised First Draft," photocopy typescript, March 1990
Container
55.1 Revised First Draft, photocopy typescript, with holograph revisions, March 1990
Container
55.2 Incomplete photocopy typescript, with holograph revisions, nd.
With holograph draft pages, May 1990
Container
73.11 "Second Draft," bound photocopy typescript, May 1990
[with holograph revisions]
Container
55.3 Revised Second Draft, photocopy typescript, bound, 25 May 1990
Container
55.4 Revised Second Draft, photocopy of typescript with holograph revisions, 25 May 1990
Container
55.5 Revised Fourth Draft, photocopy typescript, with some holograph notations, 14 Sept. 1990
Container
55.6 Revised Fourth Draft, photocopy typescript, 14 Sept. 1990
[with photocopy typescript insert pages, 20 Sept. 1990-23 Jan. 1991, bound]
Container
55.7 Faxed typescript rewrite pages, some with holograph revisions, by Stoppard, Robert Benton, and Edgar Doctorow, 22 July-13 Sept. 1991.
With meeting notes, 16 Aug. 1991, and memos from Stoppard to Benton, 26 Aug. and 12 Sept. 1991
Container
56.1 Revised Fourth Draft, photocopy typescript, 14 Sept. 1990.
With photocopy typescript insert pages, 20 Sept. 1990-23 July 1991, and some holograph revisions, bound
Container
73.12 Sheet music for "Bye Bye Blackbird"
Container
73.13 Correspondence, 1989-91
Born Yesterday --Play by Garson Kanin, directed by Stoppard, two copies of Greenwich Theatre magazine cue, no. 8, April/May 1973
One with holograph notes by Stoppard
(Oversize Box 6)
The Boundary --Teleplay, co-authored by Clive Exton, 1975
Container
2.3 Holograph and typescript draft fragments, nd
Container
74.1 Mimeo typescript with holograph revisions, nd
Container
2.4 Articles and reviews, nd
Container
74.2 Correspondence, 1995
Brazil --Screenplay, with Terry Gilliam and Charles McKeown
Container
2.5 Photocopy typescript plot outline and synopsis by Terry Gilliam, nd.
With letter from Gilliam, nd
Container
2.6 Typescript draft, nd.
With photocopies of some pages
Container
2.7 Holograph drafts, Aug.-Dec. 1982
Container
2.8 Photocopy of corrected typescript, [Sept. 1982]
Container
2.9 Incomplete photocopy typescript, with holograph revisions, Sept. 1982
Pages missing from this version were used for succeeding, Dec. 1982, photocopy typescript
Container
3.1 Photocopy typescript, with typescript corrections, Dec. 1982
Incorporates pages from Sept. 1982 photocopy typescript
Container
3.2 Photocopy typescript, with typescript and holograph revisions, Jan. 1983.
With note from Gilliam, nd
Container
74.3 Bound photocopy typescript with holograph notes and revisions, Jan. 1983
Container
3.3 Photocopy of corrected typescript, June 1983
Container
3.4 Photocopy typescript, bound, nd
Container
3.5 Photocopy typescript, bound, Oct. 1983
Container
3.6 Typescript fragments, with holograph corrections, nd
Container
3.7 Correspondence and production file, 1982-1986
Container
74.4 Correspondence, 1982, 1989, 1993
Cats --Animated screenplay adaptation of Andrew Lloyd Webber's musical based upon Old Possum's Book of Practical Cats by T. S. Eliot
Container
56.2 Photocopy typescript draft synopsis, nd, and accompanying notes, 29 Jan. 1994
Container
56.3 Holograph and photocopy and faxed typescript draft pages, with holograph revisions, 11 Feb. 1994, nd.
[With letter from Andrew Lloyd Webber to Stoppard, and notes from Stoppard to Lloyd Webber and Jacky Matthews, nd]
Container
74.5 Faxes of typescript and holograph revision pages, revised typescript pages, and faxes of typescript revision pages with holograph revisions, 24 Feb. 1994
Container
74.6 Typescript fragment, nd
Container
56.4-5 Photocopy and faxed typescript draft fragments, with holograph revisions, and holograph insert pages, rewrite pages, and script notes, Feb.-March 1994.
With correspondence between Stoppard, Andrew Lloyd Webber, and Trevor Nunn, Feb. 1994
Container
74.7 Fax of typescript page with holograph revisions, 1 March 1994
Container
74.8-9 Typescript fragments, nd
Container
74.10 Faxes of holograph and typescript revision pages, 2 March 1994
Container
74.11 Typescript page, nd
Container
74.12 Typescript revision pages, nd; faxes of typescript and holograph revision pages, 3 March 1994
Container
74.13 Typescript fragment, with holograph revisions in Jacky Matthews' hand, nd
Container
74.14 Typescript fragment, nd
Container
74.15 Holograph revision page, nd
Container
74.16 Composite fragment of holograph pages and faxed typescript pages with holograph revisions, nd
Container
74.17 Typescript fragments, nd
Container
74.18 Typescript pages, nd
Container
74.19 Typescript fragment with holograph corrections in Jacky Matthews' hand, nd
Container
74.20 Typescript fragment, nd.
Two copies
Container
74.21 Faxes of holograph revision pages, 14 March 1994
Container
74.22 Incomplete bound typescript draft, with holograph revisions and insert pages, nd
Container
56.6 Photocopy and faxed typescript draft fragment, with holograph revisions, 14 March 1994.
With holograph rewrite pages, 4 March 1994, nd
Container
56.7 Correspondence with Andrew Lloyd Webber, Trevor Nunn, and Anthony Jones, March-April 1994.
With holograph and faxed typescript revision pages, 15 and 16 March 1994
Container
74.23 Faxes of holograph revision pages, 20 and 21 March 1994
Container
74.24 Composite fragment of original and faxed typescript pages with holograph revisions, 30 March 1994
Container
74.25 Holograph revision pages, with photocopy text of songs; typescript pages with holograph corrections in Jacky Matthews' hand, nd
Container
74.26 Typescript fragment, nd
Container
74.27 Typescript pages with holograph corrections in Jacky Matthews' hand, nd
Container
56.8 Holograph rewrite pages, nd
Container
56.9 Holograph script notes and holograph, typescript, and faxed typescript rewrite pages, March and April 1994.
With letter from Stoppard to Andrew Lloyd Webber and Trevor Nunn, nd
Container
56.10 Photocopy and faxed typescript draft fragments, with holograph revisions, 15-17 March, 26 April, 4 May.
With song lists and breakdown, nd
Container
56.11 Photocopy typescript draft fragment, with holograph revisions, nd
Container
57.1 Photocopy typescript draft, with holograph revisions and holograph insert pages. With holograph pages of notes and rewrites, 20 and 22 April 1994, nd
Container
57.2 Holograph, photocopy typescript, and faxed typescript draft pages, with holograph revisions, Feb.-April 1994.
With "Trevor breakdown," nd
Container
57.3 Photocopy and faxed typescript draft fragments, with holograph insert and rewrite pages, 9 Feb.-4 May 1994.
With correspondence between Stoppard and Andrew Lloyd Webber, Steven Spielberg, Kenneth Ewing, and Anthony Jones re. script, Feb., April, May, and July 1994; list of songs, nd; and "Trevor breakdown," nd
Container
57.4 Preliminary Draft, photocopy typescript draft fragment, with holograph revisions, 5 April 1994
Container
75.1 Typescript draft with holograph revisions in Jacky Matthews' hand, nd; Stoppard's faxed holograph rewrite pages, 11 April 1994; and typescript pages incorporating the revisions and with holograph corrections in Jacky Matthews' hand, nd
Container
75.2 Typescript draft, nd
Container
57.5 Photocopy typescript draft with holograph revisions and holograph insert pages, 14 and 15 April 1994, nd
Container
75.3 Typescript draft with holograph revisions in Jacky Matthews' hand and faxes of typescript pages with holograph revisions by Stoppard, 18 April 1994
Container
75.4-5 Typescript fragments, nd
Container
75.6 Composite typescript draft, with holograph revisions in Jacky Matthews' hand, nd
Container
75.7 Faxes of holograph pages, 27 April 1994
Container
75.8 Holograph title page, 29 April 1994
Container
75.9 "First Draft," typescript pages, 29 April 1994.
With holograph revisions in Jacky Matthews' hand, nd
Container
75.10-11 "First Draft," typescript draft, 29 April 1994.
Two copies
With holograph revisions, nd.
Container
75.12-15 "First Draft," Stoppard's and his secretary's copies of typescript draft, 29 April 1994.
With Stoppard's phoned and faxed revisions, nd
Container
76.1-2 Typescript pages with holograph revisions, nd
Container
76.3-5 "First Draft," typescript draft, 29 April 1994.
Three copies, two bound.
Container
76.6 "First Draft," typescript draft, 29 April 1994.
With holograph revisions in Jacky Matthews' hand
Container
76.7 Typescript pages, nd
Container
76.8 Typescript pages with holograph revisions in Jacky Matthews' hand, nd
Container
76.9 Typescript page, nd
Container
57.6 First Draft, photocopy typescript, 29 April 1994.
With faxed typescript rewrite pages, 5 April 1994
Container
57.7 Incomplete photocopy typescript, with holograph revisions, nd
Container
57.8 Photocopy typescript, with a few holograph corrections, nd
Container
57.9 First Draft, typescript, 1 May 1994.
With typescript rewrite pages, nd
Container
58.1 First Draft, typescript, with holograph revisions, 1 May 1994
Container
58.2 Photocopy typescript, with holograph revisions and insert pages, nd
Container
76.10 Typescript revision pages and memo from Stoppard to Lloyd Webber, 4 May 1994
Container
76.11 "Second Draft," composite typescript draft, with holograph revisions in Jacky Matthews' hand and with faxes of typescript and holograph revision pages, 8 June 1994
Container
76.12 Typescript fragment with holograph memo from Jacky Matthews to Sarah, nd
Container
58.3 Photocopy and faxes typescript, with holograph revisions, 7 June 1994, nd.
With additional photocopy typescript draft fragment, with holograph revisions, nd
Container
58.4 Second Draft, photocopy typescript, with holograph revisions, 12 June 1994
Container
76.13 Faxes of typescript and holograph pages, 27 and 29 July 1994
Container
76.14 Typescript pages with holograph revisions in Jacky Matthews' hand and fax of holograph revision page, 3 Aug. 1994
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76.15 Faxes of typescript and holograph revision pages, 3 Aug. 1994
Container
58.5-6 Photocopy typescript, with holograph revisions and insert pages, 5 and 6 Aug. 1994.
With additional "dead" photocopy typescript draft fragments, nd, and holograph rewrite pages, Feb., March, July, and Aug. 1994. On some versos: photocopy pages of unidentified book and photocopy typescript list of Arcadia script revisions, nd]
Container
76.16 Typescript draft with holograph revisions in Jacky Matthews' hand and faxes of typescript and holograph revision pages, 10 and 11 Aug. 1994
Container
58.7 Third Draft, photocopy and faxed typescript, with holograph revisions, Aug. 1994
Container
58.8 Photocopy typescript, with holograph revisions, nd
Container
59.1 Third Draft, photocopy typescript, with holograph revisions, bound, Aug. 1994
Container
59.2 Holograph script notes, 19 Aug. and 16 Sept. 1994; faxed typescript outline for revisions for third draft, 14 Sept. 1994; faxed memo re. script timing, 4 Oct., and faxed memos re. third draft, 26 Aug. 1994
Container
59.3 Photocopy typescript, with holograph revisions and holograph insert pages, 1 and 3 Oct. 1994, nd
Container
76.17 Faxes of typescript and holograph revision pages, 4 and 5 Oct. 1994
Container
59.4 Incomplete faxed typescript, with holograph revisions, 5 Oct. 1994
Container
59.5 Revised Third Draft, typescript, with holograph revisions, Oct. 1994
Container
77.1 Typescript fragment with holograph revisions in Jacky Matthews' hand, nd
Container
77.2 Typescript draft with holograph revisions in Jacky Matthews' hand, nd
Container
77.3 Typescript fragments, nd
Container
77.4 Typescript song list, with holograph corrections in Jacky Matthews' hand, nd
Container
77.5-6 Typescript and holograph pages with holograph revisions, with memo from Stoppard to Jacky Matthews, [27 Dec. 1994]
Container
77.7 Typescript fragment with holograph revisions, nd
Container
77.8 Faxes of typescript pages, 30 Dec. 1994
Container
77.9 Composite typescript and faxed typescript pages, with holograph revisions, 31 Dec. 1994 and 2 Jan. 1995
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77.10 Bound typescript with holograph corrections, 2 Jan. 1995 and with memo to K., 30 May
Container
77.11 Notes and correspondence, 5 April-23 Dec. 1994, nd
Chaplin [Charlie] --Revision of screenplay by William Boyd II and Bryan Forbes
Container
77.12-13 Bound photocopy typescript by William Boyd, and duplicate pages, Jan. 1991
Container
78.1 Bound photocopy typescript by William Boyd, with holograph revisions and notes to Stoppard in unidentified hand, March 1991
Container
78.2 Typescript fragment, nd
Container
78.3 Faxed typescript fragment with holograph revisions, 7 March 1991
Container
78.4-7 Typescript fragments with holograph revisions, nd
Container
78.8 Typescript draft with holograph revisions, nd
Container
78.9 Typescript page with holograph revisions, nd
Container
78.10 Faxes of typescript pages with holograph revisions, 20 March 1991
Container
78.11 Typescript draft with holograph revisions in Jacky Matthews' hand, nd
Container
78.12 Typescript pages with holograph revisions in Jacky Matthews' hand, nd
Container
78.13 Incomplete typescript draft with holograph revision in Jacky Matthews' hand, nd
Container
78.14-15 Typescript pages with holograph revisions, nd
Container
78.16 Typescript fragment with holograph revisions, March 1991
Container
78.17 Faxes of typescript pages with holograph revisions, 28 March 1991
Container
79.1 Typescript fragment, March 1991
[with holograph revisions in Jacky Matthews' hand, nd]
Container
79.2-3 Typescript fragments, with duplicate pages, nd
Container
79.4 Typescript fragments, nd
Container
79.5 Correspondence, Dec. 1990-April 1991.
With Rosencrantz & Guildenstern typescript on versos of some pages
Dalliance --Adaptation of Arthur Schnitzler's Liebelie
Stage play
Container
79.6 Photocopy of printed text of "The Prologue to Anatol" ( "Yesterday and To-day") and Playing with Love (Liebelie)
Container
79.7 Literal translation of Liebelie by Anthony Vivis, photocopy typescript with holograph revisions by Stoppard, nd
Container
79.8 Mimeo typescript, Jan. 1986
Container
3.8 Photocopy typescript, with holograph revisions, nd
Container
79.9 Mimeo typescript, with typescript and holograph revisions, March 1986
Container
79.10 Bound photocopy typescript with holograph revisions, March 1986
Container
3.9 Typescript, with typescript and holograph revisions, March 1986
Container
4.1 Photocopy and original typescript draft fragments, nd
Container
79.11 Photocopy typescript pages with holograph revisions, nd
Container
79.12 "As Sent to Faber 6 Oct. 1986," typescript with typescript and holograph revisions, in ringed binder
Container
79.13 Bound photocopy of typescript with holograph revisions in unidentified hand, with additional holograph revisions by Stoppard, nd
Container
79.14 Holograph and typescript song lyrics for "The False Hussar,"15 and 21 April 1986, nd
Container
79.15 Photocopy typescript cast list for Lyttelton Theatre production with holograph notations re. gifts sent, May 1986
Container
79.16 Programs, 1986, 1987
Mounted poster: National Theatre, London, 1986
(Oversize Folder 7)
Container
80.1 Articles and reviews, 1986
Container
80.2 Correspondence, 1986-87
Dalliance and Undiscovered Country --Book
Container
80.3-4 Typesetting copy--composite photocopy of typescript with typescript and holograph revisions and photocopy page proofs, cut and pasted to versos of photocopy proofs of Donald Mitchell's Gustav Mahler, all with holograph printer's marks, nd
Container
4.2 Photocopy of corrected page proofs, [1986]
Despair --Screenplay adaptation of the book by Vladimir Nabokov
Container
4.3 Holograph draft, Aug. 1976-March 1977
Container
4.4 Thermofax typescript with typescript revision pages and additional thermofax typescript draft fragments, Nov. 1976.
With thermofax letter from Stoppard to Helmut Krapp, 25 Nov. 1976
Container
4.5 Photocopy typescript screenplay, with holograph corrections, bound, nd
Container
4.6 Thermofax and original typescript insert and revision pages, March-April 1977.
With thermofax letter from Stoppard to Peter Märthesheimer and Rainer Fassbinder, 7 March 1977
Container
4.7 Articles and reviews, 1978
Container
4.8 Correspondence, 1976-78
Container
80.5 Correspondence, 1992-93
Dirty Linen and New-Found-Land
Stage play
Container
4.9 Holograph and typescript drafts, Jan.-March 1976
Container
5.1 Holograph and typescript drafts
Container
5.2 [Maddie Sees It Through], carbon typescript, with holograph revisions, nd
Container
5.3 [Maddie Sees It Through], carbon typescript of Dirty Linen, with typescript and holograph corrections, nd
Container
5.4 [Maddie Sees It Through], photocopy of corrected typescript of Dirty Linen, nd
Container
5.5 Photocopy of corrected typescript of Dirty Linen, with additional holograph revisions, nd
Container
80.6 French program containing text of play, Nov. 1976
Container
5.6 Programs and production photographs, 1976-79
Poster: Kennedy Center
(copy one of two, Oversize Box 2, folder 1)
Mounted posters:
Almost Free Theatre, 1976
(Oversize Box 3)
Barcelona, Spain, nd
(Oversize Box 3)
Container
80.7 Articles, reviews, and advertisements, 1976-77
Container
5.7 Articles and reviews, 1977
Container
80.8 Postmark cancellation, 1979
Container
5.8 French translation by Claude Etienne, photocopy typescript, bound, nd
The Dissolution of Dominic Boot
Radio play
Container
5.9 Photocopy typescript, 1978
Container
80.9 Photocopy of typescript with holograph notations, nd
Container
66.18 Script as broadcast for Just Before Midnight No. 37, mimeograph typescript, with holograph revisions, nd
Teleplay (as The Engagement)
Container
5.10 "First Draft," photocopy typescript, with holograph revisions, bound, nd
Container
5.11 Typescript scene outline and typescript insert pages, nd
Container
66.19 Photocopy typescript, nd
Container
80.10 Reviews, 1970
Doctor Masopust, I Presume --Episode One of radio serial "Tales of Doctor Masopust," by Gordon M. Williams and Tom Stoppard
Container
80.11 Mimeo of typescript with holograph revisions, nd
Container
80.12 Mimeo of typescript with holograph revisions, nd.
[With mimeo typescript synopsis of serial premise, nd]
Container
80.13 Mimeo of typescript with holograph revisions
Container
80.14 Correspondence, 1973
The Dog It Was That Died [Goodbye Again]
Radio Play
Container
59.6 "First version of The Dog It Was That Died," photocopy typescript, bound, Aug. 1982
Container
80.15 Bound photocopy typescript with holograph revisions, 16-18 Oct. 1982, nd.
With photocopy of partially revised typescript
Container
80.16 Bound mimeo typescript with holograph revisions, notes, and notations, Oct. 1982
Container
80.17 Articles and reviews, nd
Sony Radio Award certificate, 1983
(Oversize Box 5, folder 2)
The Giles Cooper Award certificate, 1992
(Oversize Box 2, folder 2)
Teleplay
Container
80.18 "Master Copy," typescript with typescript revisions taped in, nd
Container
81.1 Photocopy typescript with holograph corrections, nd
Container
81.2 Bound photocopy typescript, nd
Container
81.3 Bound photocopy typescript with holograph revisions, nd
Container
81.4 Composite original and photocopy typescript with holograph revisions, Oct. 1987
Container
81.5 Bound photocopy typescript with holograph revisions, Oct. 1987
Container
81.6 Photocopy typescript page with holograph revisions, nd
Container
81.7 Photocopy typescript revision pages with holograph corrections, nd
Container
81.8 Typescript pages with holograph revisions, nd
Container
81.9 Composite original and photocopy typescript draft, with holograph revisions and taped-in typescript revisions, April 1988
Container
81.10 Photocopy typescript production material and script, with holograph revisions, May 1988
Container
81.11 Film schedule, 4 May 1988
Container
81.12 Correspondence, 1982-94
The Dog It Was That Died, and Other Plays --Omnibus
Container
5.12 Photocopy page proofs, with holograph corrections, Aug. 1983
[Faber and Faber 1983 edition]
Container
81.13 Photocopy page proofs, 1983
Dogg's Hamlet, Cahoot's Macbeth --Double-bill of one-act plays; Dogg's Hamlet is based on Dogg's Our Pet and Fifteen-Minute Hamlet [ Fifteen-Minute Dogg's Troupe Hamlet]
Stage play
Container
5.13-14 Holograph draft, primarily of Cahoot's Macbeth, with some typescript pages, Dec. 1978-July 1979
Container
6.1 Photocopy typescript of Dogg's Hamlet, with holograph revisions, May 1979
Container
6.2 Photocopy typescript of Cahoot's Macbeth, with holograph revisions, nd
Container
6.3 Stage manager's script of Cahoot's Macbeth, photocopy of corrected typescript with light and sound cues, with additional holograph revisions, nd
Container
6.4 Various photocopy typescript fragments, some with holograph revisions, July [1976], nd
Container
6.5 Programs, 1978-79
Container
82.1 Program for Mackoon's Hamlet, Cahoot's Macbeth
[rewrite for San Diego production]
Mounted poster: Bangalore, India, nd
(Oversize Box 4)
Container
82.2 Articles and reviews, nd
Container
6.6 Correspondence and publicity material, Aug.-Oct. 1979
Container
82.3 Correspondence, 1990-91
Container
82.4 Correspondence for Mackoon's Hamlet, Cahoot's Macbeth
Book
Container
6.7 Printed copy of Inter-Action 1979 edition, with holograph revisions and notes to printer for use as Faber and Faber 1979 edition. With additional original and photocopy typescript pages, with holograph revisions and notes to printer, nd
Container
6.8 Page proofs, Faber and Faber 1979 edition
(Oversize Box 7)
Container
6.9 Page proofs, with holograph corrections, Faber and Faber 1980 edition
Container
82.5 Flyer for booksigning, nd
Container
82.6 Bound typescript of Icelandic translation by Gudjón Olafsson, [1990]
Dogg's Our Pet
Stage play
Container
6.10 Photocopy of corrected typescript, 1971
Container
6.11 Photocopy of corrected typescript, nd
Container
82.7 Mimeo typescript with holograph revisions, nd.
[With typescript pages with holograph revisions, nd]
Diary notes
(see Galileo notebook, Folder 84.15)
Container
6.12 Programs, 1972
Container
82.8 Flyer, 1971
Container
82.9 "Misc. cuttings," articles and reviews, 1971-72
Container
82.10 Correspondence, 1972
Book
Container
6.13 Photocopy page proofs, two sets, [1971]
Container
66.20 "Filmstrip," photocopy typescript, nd
Empire of the Sun --Screenplay adaptation of the book by J. G. Ballard
Container
8.8 Research photographs of Shanghai, nd.
With typescript of Shanghai climate information, nd
Copy of a 1926 map of Shanghai, nd
(Oversize Folder 1)
Container
82.11 Bound photocopy typescript of detailed film scenario for the book, divided by chapter; outline of scenes by chapter; and descriptions of characters, with sample dialogue. With one page of holograph notes by Stoppard, nd
Container
6.14 Photocopy typescript, bound, [June 1985]
Container
6.15 Holograph draft, Oct. 1985.
With holograph notes, June 1985, nd
Container
6.16 Holograph drafts, June 1985-March 1987, nd
With typescript outline, nd
Container
7.1 Typescript draft, nd
Container
7.2 Photocopy typescript, bound, nd
Container
7.3 Holograph notes on screenplay changes for preceding bound photocopy typescript
Container
7.4 Photocopy typescript, bound, nd
Container
82.12 Typescript pages with holograph revisions, nd
Container
82.13 Original and photocopy typescript fragments with holograph and taped-in typescript revisions, [1986]
Container
7.5 "First Draft," incomplete typescript draft, 17 Jan. 1986
Pages missing from this version were incorporated into the succeeding draft
Container
7.6 Typescript, nd
Incorporates pages from 17 Jan. 1986 typescript
Container
7.7 "Corrected odd pages Second Draft 23-5-86," photocopy typescript draft fragments, with holograph revisions
Container
7.8 "2nd Draft," photocopy typescript, bound, May 1986
Container
82.14 Second Draft, bound photocopy typescript, nd
Container
82.15 Third Draft by Stoppard and Menno Meyjes, bound photocopy typescript, 11 July 1986, with photocopy typescript revision page inserts, 15 July 1986, and holograph notations, nd
Container
8.1 "Revised 3rd Draft," photocopy typescript, bound, Sept. 1986
Container
83.1 Photocopy typescript revision pages, some with holograph revisions or notations, 2 Feb.-28 March 1987
Container
83.2 The Camp Section, photocopy typescript fragment with holograph revisions, 2 and 26 Feb., 31 March 1987
Container
83.3 The Camp Section, photocopy typescript fragment with holograph revisions, 2 and 26 Feb., 31 March 1987.
With duplicates, earlier, and later versions of some pages
Container
83.4 "The Camp Section, Original text 1/4/87," photocopy and original typescript fragment of 2 Feb. 1987 shooting script, with typescript revisions taped in, 31 March 1987. With typescript memo from Stoppard to Steven Spielberg, 1 April 1987
Container
83.5 "The Camp Section," incomplete photocopy typescript fragment, 2 and 26 Feb., 31 March 1987
With holograph revisions and notes. With duplicates of some pages
Container
8.2 "Revised 4th Draft-Shooting Script," composite photocopy and original typescript draft, with holograph corrections, Feb.-April 1987.
With photocopy memo from Steven Spielberg to "All Concerned," 27 Feb. 1987
Container
8.3 Revisions and memos from Stoppard to Spielberg regarding Revised 4th Draft. Photocopy typescripts, with holograph corrections, Feb.-May 1987
Container
83.6 Typescript notes, 23 May 1986, nd; and memos to Steven Spielberg, 23 March-2 April 1987
Container
8.4 "Additions-Jerez, May 87," holograph and photocopy typescript revision pages for Revised 4th Draft, 20 May 1987
Container
8.5-6 Correspondence re. script revisions, writing credits, and production, 1985-87
Container
8.7 Correspondence re. travel and reimbursement, 1985-87
Container
83.10 Correspondence, 1987-93
Container
8.9 Photographs, July 1987, nd
Negatives
(RESTRICTED)
Container
83.7 Photograph of Steven Spielberg and Christian Bale, nd
Container
83.8 Publicity brochure, nd, and name badge, 19 May 1987
Container
83.9 Articles and reviews, 1987-88
The Engagement (see teleplay of The Dissolution of Dominic Boot)
Enigma --Screenplay adaptation of the 1995 novel by Robert Harris
Container
83.11 Memo from Anthony Jones to Stoppard, 1 Feb. 1996
Enter a Free Man [ A Walk on the Water] [ Preservation of George Riley]
Teleplay
Container
67.1 Camera Script, stamped "Final Draft Script," mimeograph typescript, 1963
Container
84.1 Reviews, nd
Radio Play
Container
67.2 Mimeograph typescript, with holograph revisions in an unknown hand, 1965
Stage play
Container
9.1 Holograph draft fragments and printed fragment, nd
Container
83.12 "The Preservation of George Riley," bound photocopy typescript with holograph revisions, nd
Container
67.3 Composite photocopy, carbon, and original typescript, with holograph revisions, nd
Container
9.2 Programs, 1974
Container
83.13 Programs, 1968, 1990, 1992, nd
Container
83.14-15 Articles, reviews, and advertisements, 1968, 1970
Container
83.16 "Foreign Language Cuttings" [articles and reviews], 1964-1969
Book
Container
84.2 Incomplete page proofs, 1968
Container
9.3 "Der Spleen Des George Riley"--German translation, [teleplay] shooting schedule, photocopy typescript, 1982.
With letter from George Galitzine, 14 June 1982
Container
84.3 Folder label of German translation by Gustav Frank, nd
Every Good Boy Deserves Favour
Stage play
Container
9.4-5 Holograph and typescript drafts, Oct. 1974-Jan. 1978
Container
9.6 Carbon typescripts of two drafts, June, July 1976
Container
9.7 Thermofax of July 1976 typescript, with holograph revisions, March 1977.
With thermofax of letter from Stoppard to Trevor Nunn, nd
Container
9.8 Typescript with two thermofax copies, March 1977
Container
9.9-10 Photocopy typescript, bound, 4 copies, March 1977
Container
9.11 Stage manager's script. Photocopy typescript with light and sound cues, March 1977
Container
84.4 Bound photocopy of typescript with holograph revisions in unidentified hand, [1986]
Container
9.12 Programs and production photograph, 1977-81
Container
84.5 Audio cassette tape, 1978
Container
84.6 Photocopy of Moody Blues album cover, nd
Container
84.7 Flyers and programs, 1977-78
Container
10.1 Articles and reviews, 1976-78
Container
84.8 Articles and reviews, 1977-79
Mounted posters:
Ro Theater, Rotterdam, Holland, 1979
(Oversize Folder 2)
John Player Centenary Festival, 1977
(Oversize Folder 6)
National Theatre, Norway, 1979
(Oversize Box 3)
Pact Drama, Johannesburg, 1986
(Oversize Box 4)
Book
Container
10.2 Introduction to Faber and Faber 1978 edition, typescript with holograph instructions to printer, 19 Oct. 1977
Container
10.3 La Musique Adoucit les Moeurs --French adaptation by Guy Dumur, photocopy typescript, with holograph revisions, bound, nd, and photocopy typescript, with holograph corrections, nd
Container
10.4-5 Correspondence and production file, 1976-79
Container
84.9 Correspondence, 1982-93
With Los Angeles contact sheet, 1986, and RPO rehearsal schedule, 1987
Every Good Boy Deserves Favour [and] Professional Foul --Omnibus
Container
10.6 Setting copy, photocopy of corrected typescript with instructions to the printer, nd
Page proofs, with holograph corrections, Faber and Faber 1978 edition
(galley files)
A Far Off Place --Screenplay adaptation of the book by L. van der Post
Container
84.10 Typescript list of spellings; typescript draft fragments; and typescript "Extract from Testament to the Bushmen" by Laurens van der Post and Jane Taylor, nd
Container
43.1 Photocopy typescript with holograph notes and revisions, bound, 1 Oct. 1988
Container
43.2 Photocopy typescript, bound, 1 Dec. 1988
Container
84.11 Correspondence, 1988-93
The Fifteen-Minute Hamlet [ The Fifteen-Minute Dogg's Troupe Hamlet]--Stage play
Double bill with The Real Inspector Hound, photograph and program, 1992
(see The Real Inspector Hound, Folders 104.16 and 104.17)
Container
84.12 Puppentheater, Berlin, production by Zlatko Bourek, photographs, 1987; Tschechow program, 1988
Mounted poster: Zlatko Bourek's puppet production at Teatar & TD, Zagreb, Croatia, nd
(Oversize Folder 3)
Container
84.13 Bound typescript of Icelandic translation by Gudjón Olafsson, nd
Container
59.7 Tom Stoppard's 15 Minute Hamlet --Screenplay adaptation by Todd Louiso, photocopy typescript, bound, 1994
Four Plays for Radio --Omnibus
Container
10.7 Photocopy of corrected page proofs, June 1984
[Faber and Faber 1984 edition]
The Frog Prince --Screenplay based on the short story by John Collier, never produced
Container
84.14 Youth, Age, & A Frog Prince [short stories by John Collier], bound photocopy typescript, nd
Container
10.8 Incomplete carbon typescript, nd
Container
10.9 Holograph and carbon typescript drafts, July 1976.
Container
10.10 Correspondence, 12-26 Aug. 1976
Funny Man--Unproduced teleplay
Container
67.4 Photocopy typescript, nd, with holograph title page in unknown hand
Galileo --Unproduced screenplay
Container
84.15 Notebook of holograph research notes, Jan. 1971.
Includes notes for Where Are They Now, Nov. 1969, and diary notes for Dogg's Our Pet, 30 Sept., 12 Nov.-6 Dec. 1971
Container
84.16-17 Bound photocopy typescript, May 1971.
Two copies, one incomplete
Container
43.3 Photocopy typescript with some holograph corrections, bound, nd.
With note from Stoppard to Trevor [Nunn]
Container
43.4 Photocopy typescript with some holograph corrections, bound, nd
Container
43.5 Photocopy typescript with some holograph corrections, bound, nd
Container
85.1 Clippings, 1971
Container
85.2 [Life of Galileo], screenplay by Barbara Bray and Joseph Losey, based on the 1947 Charles Laughton film version of the play by Bertolt Brecht. Photocopy typescript draft with holograph revisions in unidentified hand; photocopies of drawings by John Hubley, typescript excerpts of Brecht's notes, set design, typescript list of props, actors, costumes, sound, and set requirements by sequence, typescript notes by Losey, and typescript extracts from Losey's "L'Oeil du Maitre."20 June 1974
Container
59.8 Letter from Stoppard to Michael___, 13 June
The Gamblers --Stage play
Container
10.11 Typescript synopsis, nd
Container
10.12 Holograph notes, nd
Container
10.13 Holograph draft, nd
Container
10.14 Incomplete carbon typescript, with holograph revisions, nd
Container
67.5 Incomplete photocopy typescript, [1960]
Container
85.3 Review clipping, 1965
Container
85.4 [The Grapefruit Millionaire], holograph pages, Oct. 1974-Jan. 1975
Hapgood
Stage play
Container
85.5 Holograph notes, 22 April 1986
Container
11.1-3 Holograph drafts, July 1986-Nov. 1987
Container
11.4 Holograph and photocopy holograph drafts, Nov.-Dec. 1986
Container
11.5-7 Holograph draft, Sept.-Nov. 1986, Nov. 1987
Container
12.1 Photocopy typescript draft fragments, nd
Container
12.2 Incomplete photocopy typescript, Dec. 1986.
With photocopy letter from Jill Beck to Jacky Matthews, 20 Nov. 1986
Container
12.3 Photocopy typescript, bound, Jan. 1987
Container
85.6-9 Bound photocopy typescript draft, Jan. 1987.
Four copies, one incomplete and with a holograph correction
Container
85.10 Bound photocopy typescript, Jan. 1987, with holograph revisions, October 1987
Container
86.1-3 Original and photocopy typescript fragments with holograph revisions, Oct.-Nov. 1987, nd
Container
12.4 Composite original and photocopy typescript, with holograph corrections, Nov. 1987
Container
12.5 Incomplete photocopy typescript, Nov. 1987
Container
12.6 Photocopy typescript, with holograph revisions, bound, Nov. 1987
Container
59.9 Photocopy typescript, bound, Nov. 1987
Container
12.7 Photocopy typescript, bound. With cast list, nd
Container
13.1 Original and photocopy typescript revision pages, Sept. 1986, March 1988
Container
13.2-3 Photocopy and original typescript and holograph revision pages and draft sections, 1986-88
Container
59.10 Photocopy typescript, with some holograph corrections, bound, 1988
Container
13.4 Photocopy typescript, bound, Jan. 1989
Container
59.11 Holograph draft pages and notes, Nov.-Dec. 1993
Container
86.4 Typescript draft with holograph revisions and insert pages, 16 March 1994, nd
Container
59.12 Photocopy typescript, with holograph revisions and insert pages, nd.
[With additional faxed typescript pages, 22 March 1994]
Container
86.5 Faxes of holograph and typescript pages with holograph revisions, 24 March 1994
Container
60.1 Holograph, photocopy typescript, and faxed typescript draft pages, with holograph revisions, March 1994
Container
60.2 Photocopy typescript, with holograph revisions, nd
Container
60.3 Photocopy typescript, nd, with holograph revisions and insert pages, 16 March 1994.
[On verso of insert page: holograph Cats notes, nd]
Container
86.6 Photocopy typescript pages with holograph corrections in unidentified hand; faxes of typescript and holograph revision pages, 29 March 1994, nd
Container
60.4 Photocopy typescript, with holograph revisions, bound, 1 April 1994
Container
60.5 "New York" typescript, 14 Oct. 1994
[with holograph revisions, nd, and faxed and photocopy typescript insert pages, 30 Oct., 5 Nov. 1994]
Container
60.6 Photocopy typescript, 14 Oct. 1994, with photocopy typescript insert pages, 30 Oct. 1994, and holograph revisions, nd, bound. With additional rewrite pages, 30 Oct., 5 Nov., 17 Nov. 1994
Container
86.7 Photocopy typescript, 26 Nov. 1994
Holograph notes, nd
(see Hopeful Monsters notes, Folder 90.3)
Container
86.8 Typescript pages, nd
Container
60.7 "A Matter of Metaphor" [introduction for Lincoln Center Theatre program], faxed typescript and typescript page proof, both with holography revisions, 20 Sept. 1994, nd
Container
60.8 Theatre programs, Wimbledon Theatre and Aldwych Theatre, 1988
Container
86.9 Programs, flyers
Posters:
A Contemporary Theatre, Seattle production, nd
(Oversize Folder 5)
Aldwych Theatre, London, signed by Stoppard, nd
(Oversize Box 2, folder 1)
Container
43.6 Rehearsal photograph of Stoppard with Felicity Kendal and Nigel Hawthorne, nd
Container
60.9 Rehearsal photographs, London production
Negatives
(RESTRICTED)
Container
86.10 Rehearsal photographs, London production, [1988]
Negatives
(RESTRICTED)
Container
13.5 Articles and reviews, March-Sept. 1988
Container
86.11 Articles, reviews, and advertisements, 1988-90
Container
13.6-7 Correspondence, Oct. 1986-Sept. 1988
Container
13.8 Teacher's handbook, by Jonathan Marks, Jack Sharrar, and Barry Kraft, printed and bound, [1988]
Screenplay ( "Abandoned")
Container
86.12 Original and faxes of holograph and typescript draft fragments, Nov. 1995-Jan. 1996
Book
Container
87.1 Photocopy page proofs with holograph revisions, May 1988
Container
13.9 Photocopy of corrected page proofs, Faber and Faber 1988 edition
Container
87.2 Printed Faber and Faber 1988 edition with holograph revisions, nd
Container
87.3 Photocopy page proofs with holograph revisions, 1994
Container
61.1 Photocopy of printed text, nd.
With note from Angie of Peters Fraser and Dunlop to Jacky Matthews, nd
Container
87.4 Correspondence, 1988-96.
With compilation of quotations for American Conservatory Theater production, Leeds stage drawings, cast lists, and tour schedule.
Happy & Glorious: Celebrating Forty Years --Prologue by Stoppard, to be spoken by Sir John Gielgud, never performed due to death of Martin Tickner.
Container
43.7 Holograph, typescript, and faxed typescript drafts, Nov. 1992.
With letter from Gwen Watford to Stoppard, 1 Dec. 1992
Hendrick's America --Proposed teleplay, never produced
Container
13.10 Carbon typescript proposal, nd.
With letter from John Flaxman of Media Productions Co., 7 Jan. 1974
Higg and Cogg --Stage play
Container
13.11 Typescript, nd
Hopeful Monsters --Screenplay adaptation of the book by Nicholas Mosley
Container
43.8 Holograph revision pages and outline, 18-31 May, 1-17 June 1993
Container
43.9 Original and faxed typescript draft fragments with holograph revisions, and holograph revision pages, 29 July, 6-14 August 1993, nd.
On versos: Merry Widow typescript draft fragments with holograph revisions, 14 June 1993
Container
61.2-3 Holograph research notes, script notes, and rewrite pages, Jan.-Nov. 1993.
With letter from Stoppard to the London Library, 21 Jan. 1994, and reply from the Library, nd
Container
61.6 Photocopy typescript, with few holograph notations, bound, 20 Aug. 1993
Container
44.1 Original and faxed typescript draft fragments with holograph revisions, and holograph revision pages, nd.
With holograph note from Stoppard to secretary, nd
Container
61.4 Holograph rewrite page, nd
Container
61.5 Incomplete photocopy typescript, with holograph revisions, nd
Container
44.2-3 Original and faxzed typescript draft fragments with holograph revisions, and holograph revision pages, 20-31 June, 22-31 July, 1-7 Aug. 1993, nd.
On versos: Arcadia holograph draft fragments, nd, and Merry Widow typescript draft fragments with holograph revisions, nd
Container
44.4 Original and faxed typescript draft fragments with holograph revisions, 6 Aug. 1993, nd
Container
44.5 Original and faxed typescript draft fragments with holograph revisions, 13 Aug. 1993, nd
Container
44.6 Incomplete original and faxed typescript with holograph revisions, 17 Aug. 1993, nd
Container
44.7 Incomplete typescript draft, fragments, and holograph revision pages, with holograph notes from Stoppard to secretary, 24-28 July, 1-30 Aug., 1 Sept. 1993, nd.
On versos: Merry Widow typescript draft fragments with holograph revisions and holograph revision pages, nd
(1 of 2)
Container
45.1 Incomplete typescript draft
(2 of 2)
Container
45.2 Unfinished typescript with holograph revisions, bound, 20 Aug. 1993
Container
45.3 Original and faxed typescript fragments with a few holograph corrections, 24 Sept., 3 and 8 Nov. 1993, nd; and holograph revision pages, 1-22 Sept. and 6-24 Oct. 1993
Container
45.4-5 Incomplete original and faxed typescript with holograph revisions, Oct. 1993, nd
Container
45.6-7 Incomplete typescript draft with holograph revisions, faxed typescript pages with holograph revisions, holograph revision pages, diary sheet, and holograph outline, 16-31 June, 2-9 July, 9 Nov. 1993, nd
Container
46.1 Original and faxed typescript draft with holograph revisions, 5 and 8 Nov. 1993, nd
Container
46.2 Incomplete typescript with a few holograph corrections, nd
Container
87.5 Bound typescript, Nov. 1993
Container
46.3 Typescript with holograph revisions, bound, 22 Nov. 1993
Container
87.6 Bound photocopy typescript with holograph notes in unidentified hand, 22 Nov. 1993
Container
87.7 Bound typescript with holograph notations, 22 Nov. 1993
Container
88.1 Incomplete photocopy typescript with holograph revisions, 22 Nov. 1993
Typescript page (see "Arcadia Script Variations," Folder 70.5)
Container
46.4 Original and faxed typescript draft fragments with holograph revisions, and holograph revision pages, 2-31 Oct., 1-22 Nov. 1993, nd.
[With holograph note from Stoppard to Jeremy ___]
Container
88.2-4 Holograph revision pages; photocopy typescript pages with holograph revisions, 5 April-3 May 1995, nd.
On versos of some holograph pages: rejected photocopy typescript pages, nd; holograph and faxed typescript of programmed telephone numbers, 18 April 1995,nd; diary sheets, 14 and 21 April, 5 May 1995; holograph draft of tribute to Andre Previn, nd; holograph draft of invitation, nd; holograph notes to Spatz and Robert, nd; faxed copy of Giles Croft party invitation, 5 May 1995; and holograph notes, Oct. 1995
Container
88.5 Incomplete composite draft of photocopy original and faxed typescript pages with holograph revisions and insert pages, 12 May 1995, nd
Container
88.6 Holograph and photocopy typescript revision pages with holograph revisions, nd; composite fragment of holograph and photocopy typescript pages with holograph revisions, nd.
[On versos: typescript of programmed telephone numbers, nd; holograph notes, 28 and 30 April, 1 and 10 May 1995, 7 Dec., nd; holograph Indian Ink fragment, nd; holograph note to Robert, nd; holograph note to Mr. McCourt, 22 May [1995]]
Container
88.7 Composite fragment of faxes of holograph and typescript pages with holograph revisions, 22-23 May 1995.
With the originals of the holograph pages
Container
88.8 Composite holograph and photocopy typescript revision pages with holograph revisions, nd
Container
89.1 Composite photocopy original and faxed typescript fragment with holograph revisions, 24 May 1995, nd
Container
89.2 Photocopy faxed typescript fragment with holograph revisions, 25 May 1995
Container
89.3 Typescript with holograph revisions and insert pages, nd
Container
89.4 Typescript fragment with holograph revisions in unidentified hand, nd
Container
89.5 Photocopy typescript fragment, nd
Container
89.6 Incomplete typescript fragment with holograph revisions, 19 Aug. 1995
Container
89.7 Discarded holograph insert pages, nd.
On versos: photocopy typescript page; photocopy typescript pages of unidentified work in French
Container
89.8 Typescript fragment with holograph revisions and insert pages, 20 Aug. and 5 Sept. 1995.
On versos: photocopy typescript pages of unidentified work in French, nd; holograph page of Invention of Love, 17 July 1995; holograph letters to Jill Evans and David___, nd; holograph page of Indian Ink, nd.
Some missing pages were incorporated into Sept. 12 draft
Container
89.9 Typescript fragment with holograph revisions and incorporating pages from earlier draft, 12 Sept. 1995
Container
89.10 Holograph revision pages, nd
Container
89.11 Composite holograph and photocopy and original typescript fragment with holograph revisions.
On versos: holograph page of Invention of Love, nd; unidentified holograph notes, nd; and faxed National Theatre publicity draft, 19 Sept. 1995
Container
89.12 Typescript with holograph revisions, 26 Sept. 1995
Container
90.1 Typescript with holograph revisions and insert pages, 16 Oct. 1995
Container
90.2 "Final," photocopy typescript with holograph revisions, 16 Oct. 1995
Container
90.3 Holograph notes, 1993-95, nd.
On versos: holograph notes on Hapgood, nd; typescript letter to Ian Carrington, 27 April 1995
Container
90.4 Notebook containing notes from meetings with Kathleen Kennedy and Hugh Hudson, Aug. and 3 Sept. 1995.
With notes re. Indian Ink and notes re. card scheme.
With pages of holograph notes, 19 Aug. 1995, nd
Container
46.5 Correspondence, 26 May 1993-24 Jan. 1994
Container
90.5-6 Correspondence, 1993-96
The House of Bernarda Alba --Stage play, based on the play by Federico Garcia Lorca
Container
90.7 Typescript [literal] translation with holograph revisions in Stoppard's hand and others', nd
Container
90.8 Photocopy of typescript with holograph revisions and Greenwich Theatre technical production notes in unidentified hand, nd
Container
90.9-10 Photocopy of typescript with holograph revisions, Sept. 1973.
With photocopy note to Bill Ball, nd.
Two copies
Container
14.1 Program, 1973
Container
90.11 Flyer, nd
How Sir Dudley Lost the Empire --Teleplay
Container
67.6 First Draft, photocopy of typescript, with holograph revisions, nd
The Human Factor --Screenplay adaptation of the book by Graham Greene
Container
14.2 "First Draft, 1st Aug. 1978, Copy No. 4," photocopy of corrected typescript, bound
Container
14.3 "Second Draft, 25 August 1978," thermofax typescript
Container
14.4 [Second Draft], thermofax typescript, with holograph revisions, nd
Container
14.5 Photocopy typescript, nd
Container
14.6 Photocopy typescript, with holograph corrections by Otto Preminger, bound, [1978]
Container
14.7 Memos and revision pages. Typescripts and thermofax typescripts, 1978, 1979, nd
Container
14.8 Articles and reviews, 1978
Container
91.1 Article, 1980
Container
14.9 Correspondence, 1979
I Can't Give You Anything But Love, Baby --Teleplay, never produced
Container
14.10 Holograph and typescript draft fragments, with holograph revisions, nd
If You're Glad I'll Be Frank--Radio Play (see also Albert's Bridge double-bill)
Container
67.7 Typescript page with holograph revisions, nd
Container
67.8 Mimeograph typescript, 1966
Container
67.9 Mimeograph typescript, with holograph revisions in an unknown hand, 1966
In the Native State
Radio play
Container
91.2 Incomplete typescript, nd
Container
91.3 Typescript fragments, nd
Container
61.7 Holograph draft pages, April 1987, May 1988-Oct. 1990
Container
14.11 Holograph draft, Jan. 1989-Oct. 1990
Container
15.1-2 Holograph draft (continued)
Container
15.3 Incomplete typescript, with holograph revisions, nd.
With additional holograph and typescript draft fragments, nd
Container
91.4 Fax of typescript page with holograph notations, 16 Oct. 1990
Container
91.5 Composite fragment of original and faxed typescript pages with holograph revisions, 16 Oct. 1990, nd
Container
91.6 Typescript fragments with holograph revisions, nd
Container
91.7 Typescript fragment with holograph revisions, nd
Container
46.6 Photocopy typescript, bound, Oct. 1990
Container
61.8-9 Photocopy typescript, bound, Oct. 1990
(2 copies)
Container
91.8 Bound typescript, Oct. 1990
Container
91.9 Bound photocopy typescript, Oct. 1990.
With holograph revisions, [Jan. 1991]
Container
46.7 Photocopy typescript with holograph revisions, nd
Container
91.10 Photographs, [1991]
Container
91.11 Articles and reviews, including whole issue of Radio Times, April 1991
Container
91.12 Articles and reviews, April 1991.
With enclosure letter from John Tydeman, 30 May 1991, fan mail received by Tydeman, April 1991, and BBC listening panel report, 16 May 1991
The Giles Cooper Award certificate, 1991
(Oversize Box 2, folder 2)
Sony Radio Awards certificate, 1992
(Oversize Box 5, folder 2)
Container
91.13 Correspondence, 1990-94
Container
91.14 Typescript blurb with holograph revisions, nd
Book
Container
46.8 Printed copy of 1991 Faber and Faber edition, with extensive holograph revisions
Indian Ink --based on In the Native State
Stage Play
Container
47.1 Typescript revision pages with holograph revisions, faxed and holograph revision pages, holograph outlines, and holograph notes, 6 Sept., 12-22 Nov., 4-31 Dec. 1992, 1 Jan. 1993, nd
Container
47.2 Original and faxed typescript draft fragment with holograph revisions, 23 and 28 Dec. 1992, Jan. 1993
Container
47.3 Typescript draft fragment with holograph revisions, typescript draft with holograph revisions, revision pages, and outlines, 22 Nov., 30 Dec. 1992, 2-3 Jan. 1993, nd
Container
47.4 Typescript of Act One, nd
Container
47.5 Typescript with holograph revisions, Jan./Feb. 1993
Container
47.6 Typescript draft fragment, nd
Container
47.7 Original and faxed typescript revision pages with holograph revisions, and holograph revision pages, outlines, and notes for Stoppard's address at memorial service for Richard Imison, 18 Aug., 10 and 31 Dec. 1992, 2-13 Jan., 23-30 April, 1-5 May 1993.
With postcard from Frank [Pike] to Stoppard, nd
Container
47.8 Thermofaxes of draft fragments with holograph revisions, nd, and typescript draft fragment, nd
Container
47.9 Typescript, nd.
With typescript fragments of pp. 64-67, nd
Container
47.10 Typescript, nd
Container
47.11 Faxed typescript draft fragments with holograph revisions, 3 and 4 May 1993.
With postcard with revision notes and note to Stoppard from B[arnaby Stoppard], nd
Container
48.1 Typescript with holograph revisions, nd
Container
48.2 Typescript with holograph revisions, nd
Container
48.3 Photocopy faxed revision pages, 12 May 1993
Container
48.4 Typescript with holograph corrections [by Jacky Matthews] and photocopy faxed holograph and typescript revision pages, 12 and 13 May 1993, nd.
With photocopy faxed note from Stoppard to [Matthews], 13 May 1993, and photocopy faxed letter from Ginger [Montel] of Iron Mountain Productions to Matthews, 15 Jan. 1993
Container
48.5 Typescript with holograph revisions and notes to secretary, and holograph revision pages and outlines, 8 Aug. and 4 Dec. 1992, 22 and 30 April, 2-13 May 1993
Container
48.6 Typescript with holograph revisions, bound, May 1993
Container
48.7 Typescript pages with holograph revisions, May 1993
Container
62.1 Photocopy typescript, with holograph revisions, bound, 17 May 1993.
With holograph insert and rewrite pages, 20-29 Aug.-1 Sept. 1994
Container
62.2 Typescript and holograph fragments, with holograph revisions, Aug.-Sept. 1994
Container
62.3 Typescript, nd.
With holograph revisions and holograph and faxed typescript insert pages, 9 Sept. 1994, nd
Container
62.4 Holograph draft pages, Aug.-Sept. 1994
Container
91.15 Typescript of Act One, with holograph corrections in Jacky Matthews' hand, nd.
With faxes of typescript revision pages with holograph revisions and insert pages by Stoppard, 7 Sept. 1994
Container
62.5 Holograph insert pages, 8 and 9 Sept. 1994
Container
91.16 Typescript pages with holograph revisions in Jacky Matthews' hand, nd, and faxes of holograph insert pages, 21 Sept. 1994
Container
91.17 Photocopy typescript of Act Two, with holograph revisions, nd
Container
91.18 Photocopy typescript of Act Two, with holograph revisions, nd
Container
92.1 Incomplete typescript with holograph revisions in Jacky Matthews' hand, with faxes of typescript pages with holograph revisions and insert pages, 8 and 9 Sept. 1994
Container
92.2-3 Typescript fragments, with holograph revisions in Jacky Matthews' hand, nd
Container
92.4 Typescript with holograph revision in Jacky Matthews' hand, Sept. 1994
Container
92.5 Faxes of holograph pages, 21 Sept. 1994; typescript pages with holograph revisions in Jacky Matthews' hand, nd
Container
92.6 Incomplete typescript, nd
Container
92.7 "Corrected" photocopy typescript fragment, Sept. 1994
Container
92.8 Typescript pages with holograph revisions in Jacky Matthews' hand
Container
62.6 Photocopy typescript, with holograph revisions, Sept. 1994
Container
62.7 Photocopy typescript, bound, Sept. 1994
Container
62.8 Faxed typescript, 4 Nov. 1994,
With holograph revisions, 22 and 23 Nov. 1994, nd
Container
62.9-10 Photocopy typescript, with holograph revisions, Dec. 1994
Container
92.9 Typescript fragment with holograph revisions in Jacky Matthews' hand. With faxes of typescript pages with holograph revisions and holograph insert pages, 12-13 Dec. 1994
Container
92.10 Typescript with holograph revisions in Jacky Matthews' hand, nd.
With faxes of holograph insert pages with additional revisions [by Matthews], and fax of a typescript page with holograph revisions, 14-15 Dec. 1994
Container
92.11 "Dead" typescript fragment with holograph revisions, nd; typescript pages with holograph corrections in Jacky Matthews' hand, nd
Container
63.1 Photocopy typescript, with holograph revisions, bound, Dec. 1994.
With letter from Stoppard to Charles Boyle of Faber and Faber, 23 Jan. 1995, and holograph and photocopy typescript rewrite pages, Aug.-Dec. 1994
Container
92.12 Incomplete composite draft of originals and photocopies of typescript pages with holograph revisions in unidentified hand, all with holograph revisions by Stoppard.
With faxed typescript pages with holograph revisions, 24 Jan. 1995, and with holograph revision pages, nd
Container
92.13 Holograph and photocopy typescript revision pages, 8, 24 and 25 Jan. 1995, nd
Container
92.14 Incomplete composite draft of originals and photocopies of typescript pages with holograph revisions in unidentified hand, Dec. 1994, with additional holograph revisions by Stoppard, 9 Jan. [1995], nd
Container
93.1 "Dead" faxes of typescript revision pages, 5 Feb. 1995, nd; typescript and holograph revisions pages, nd
Container
93.2 Holograph notes, cuts, inserts, and revision pages, 12, 19 and 20 Feb. 1995, nd; typescript revisions, nd; and holograph and typescript notes to Peter Wood and Felicity Kendal, nd
Container
93.3 Bound photocopy of typescript with holograph revisions in unidentified hand, with additional holograph revisions and photocopy holograph pages of cuts and changes by Stoppard, nd
Container
93.4 Corrected theater program drafts and proofs with related correspondence, 2-8 Feb. 1995; production contact sheets, 22 Dec. 1994, nd; production schedule, 8 Aug. 1995
Container
93.5 Photographs from National Theatre production, 1996
Container
93.6-7 Programs, flyers, and ticket stub, 1995
Poster: Aldwych Theatre, London, nd
(Oversize Box 2, folder 1)
Book
Container
93.8 Photocopy of page proofs with holograph revisions, with additional holograph revisions and insert pages. With letter from Charles Boyle, 25 Jan. 1995
Container
93.9 Photocopy page proofs with holograph revisions and insert pages. With letters to and from Charles Boyle, 2 Feb. 1995, nd
Container
93.10 Photocopy page proofs with holograph revisions and holograph and photocopy typescript insert pages. With letter from Charles Boyle, 10 May 1995
Container
93.11 [Changes for Faber & Faber published editions], holograph, original, faxed and photocopy typescript revision pages with holograph revisions, 5-22 Feb. 1995, nd.
With dust jacket proof, nd; original and faxed holograph drafts of blurb and biography, 10 Jan. 1995, nd; and memos to Charles Boyle, 10 Jan. 1995, nd
Container
93.12 Correspondence, 1995, nd
Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade --Screenplay by Jeffrey Boam, story by George Lucas, Menno Meyjes, with revisions by Stoppard
Container
94.1 Typescript revision pages with holograph revisions, nd
Container
94.2 Photocopy typescript revision pages, 15 May 1988.
With holograph revision, nd
Container
94.3 Review, 1989
Container
94.4 Correspondence, 1988-89
With faxes of automated dialogue replacement, 30 Dec. 1988
Innocent Blood --Screenplay adaptation of the book by P. D. James, never produced
Container
15.4 Holograph draft, Nov. 1980-dec. 1981, April 1981
Container
15.5 Photocopy typescript, with holograph revisions, Jan. 1981
Container
15.6 Photocopy typescript, bound, Jan. 1981
Container
63.2 Photocopy typescript, bound, Jan. 1981
Invention of Love
Stage play
Container
63.3 Holograph research notes, nd
Container
94.5 Holograph draft page, 18 July 1996.
On verso: memo to Juliana, nd
Container
94.6 Photograph, [1998]
Container
94.7 Color laser prints of the Wilma Theatre production, Philadelphia, 2000
Container
94.8-9 Programs, flyer, 1998-99; brochure, 2000
Container
94.10 Photocopy program, photographs, collage, and reviews of Kassel production, 1998.
With letter from Nicki Stoddart, 23 Nov. 1998
(collage removed to Oversize Box 3)
Container
94.11 Photocopy reviews and articles of the Wilma Theatre, Philadelphia, production, 2000.
With letter from Damian Sinclair, 28 April 2000
Container
94.12 Review, 1998
Book
Container
94.13 Mounted book jacket designs, nd
Container
94.14-15 Correspondence, 1996-99
Container
94.16 Bound photocopy typescript of German translation by Frank Günther, nd
Johnny on the Spot --Stage play by Charles MacArthur, with revisions by Stoppard for Richard Eyre
Container
63.4 Holograph revision pages, nd; cast list, 1994
Jumpers [And Now the Incredible Archibald Jumpers]
Stage play
Container
94.17 Bound photocopy typescript, nd
Container
94.18 Photocopy typescript with holograph revisions, nd
Container
94.19 Bound photocopy typescript with holograph revisions, [Dec. 29]
Container
94.20 Bound photocopy typescript, nd
Container
67.10 Bound photocopy typescript, nd
Container
95.1 Bound photocopy typescript with holograph revisions, nd
Container
95.2 "New York Prompt Script, Property Plot, Prop Inventory," thermofax of typescripts with holograph changes and cues, [1974]
Container
15.7 Photocopy typescript, with holograph revisions, bound, nd.
With photocopy typescript Coda, nd, and photocopy holograph draft fragments, 20 Aug. 1976
Container
95.3 Incomplete photocopy of typescript with typescript and holograph revisions in unidentified hand, [1984]
Container
95.4 "Forget Yesterday," published sheet music by Marc Wilkerson, words by Stoppard, 1972
Container
95.5 Reproduction of a drawing by William Hewison, nd
Container
15.8 Programs, 1973-78
Container
63.5 Theater program from Paris production, 1993
Container
95.6-7 Programs and flyers, 1972-1995
Posters:
National Theatre, London, [1972]
(copy one of two, Oversize Folder 5)
Akademietheater, Vienna, 1973
(Oversize Folder 5)
Theatre Tristan Bernard, Paris, nd
(Oversize Box 2, folder 1)
Mounted posters:
National Theatre at the Old Vic, 1972
(copy two of two, Oversize Folder 9)
National Theatre, Lyttleton, [1976]
(Oversize Folder 9)
The Royal Exchange Theatre Company, 1984
(Oversize Folder 9)
Billy Rose Theater, New York, 1974
(Oversize Box 4)
Aldwych Theatre, London, nd
(Oversize Box 4)
Nottingham Playhouse, England, nd
(Oversize Box 4)
Container
95.8 "Cuttings," articles and reviews, 1972-76, 1984-85
Book
Page proofs on galleys, 1972
(galley files)
Container
16.1 Photocopy page proofs (Faber and Faber 1986 edition), with holograph corrections, March 1986.
With letter from Jane Robertson, 18 Feb. 1986.
Container
95.9 Photocopy page proofs with holograph corrections, [1996].
With note from Frank Pike, nd
Container
95.10 Photocopy page proofs, 1999
Container
95.11 Correspondence, 1971-95
Container
95.12-13 Les Acrobates, bound mimeo typescript of French adaptation by Jacques De Decker, nd
Knuckle [ Naked without a Gun] --Unproduced screenplay adaptation of the play by David Hare
Container
96.1-4 Holograph pages, Nov. 1974-June 1975, nd
Container
96.5 Carbon typescript fragment with holograph revisions, nd
Container
96.6 Incomplete carbon typescript with holograph revisions, some in unidentified hand, nd
Container
96.7 Carbon typescript pages with holograph revisions, nd
Container
96.8 Bound photocopy typescript with holograph revisions, nd
Container
96.9 Typescript of revised outline by unknown person, with holograph corrections in unidentified hand, 10 April 1975
Container
97.1-2 "Old Script and Paper" composite fragment of carbon and photocopy typescript pages with holograph revisions, and with holograph insert page and typescript notes re. possible endings, nd; holograph pages, April-July 1975.
Container
97.3 Incomplete carbon typescript with typescript and holograph revisions, some in unidentified hand, nd
Container
97.4 Typescript fragment with holograph notations in unidentified hand, nd
Container
97.5 Incomplete composite draft of original, carbon, and mimeo typescript pages with holograph revisions, nd
Container
97.6 Incomplete composite draft of original, carbon, and photocopy typescript pages with holograph revisions, nd
Container
16.2 Correspondence, 1974-75, nd
Largo Desolato --English version of the work by Václav Havel
Stage play
Container
97.7 Carbon typescript of English translation by unidentified person, with holograph revisions by Stoppard, nd
Container
97.8 Typescript with holograph revisions, nd.
Container
97.9 Photocopy typescript with holograph revisions, nd
Container
97.10 Notes by Stoppard and Jacky Matthews re. errors in typescript, nd; photocopy typescript errata page, nd
Container
97.11 Bound photocopy typescript with typescript revisions taped in, nd
Container
98.1 Photocopy typescript, nd
Container
16.3 Holograph drafts, 28 Jan.-7 Feb. 1985
Container
16.4 Photocopy of corrected typescript, [Feb. 1985].
With letter from Jacky Matthews to Jill Beck, 25 Feb. 1985
Container
16.5 Photocopy typescript, bound, nd
Container
16.6 Photocopy typescript, with holograph revisions, 8 Sept. 1986
Container
98.2 Bound photocopy typescript, 9 Sept. 1986, with holograph notes and revisions, nd
Container
16.7 Photocopy of typescript with holograph revisions in an unknown hand, nd.
With holograph note from Madeline Puzo to Stoppard, nd
Container
98.3 Program, nd
Container
16.8 Correspondence and production file, 13 Dec. 1984- 6 Oct. 1987
Book
Container
16.9 Photocopy of corrected page proofs with notes to printer, [1986], nd
Container
98.4 Photocopy of page proofs with holograph printer's corrections and markings, 1986
Container
16.10 Photocopy page proofs, with holograph revisions, [1987].
With letter from Julia Clark, 27 Feb. 1987
Container
63.6 Le Dindon --Stage play by Georges Feydeau, with revisions by Stoppard for Peter Hall
Holograph revision pages, [1994]
Lord Malquist and Mr. Moon
Novel
Container
16.11 Holograph draft fragments, 4 June, nd
Container
16.12 [Ad Absurdam (sic)], typescript with holograph revisions, nd.
With holograph page of notes, nd
Container
98.5 Typescript with holograph revisions, 1966
Container
98.6 Dust jacket, nd
Container
98.7-8 Reviews and advertisement, 1966-68
Screenplay
Container
98.9 "First Draft," bound photocopy typescript, nd
Love for Three Oranges --English translation of the libretto of the opera Amour des trois oranges by S. Prokofiev, for Glyndebourne Touring Opera
Container
16.13 Photocopy typescript, with holograph revisions, nd
Container
17.1 Photocopy of corrected typescript, nd
Container
98.10 Program for Glyndebourne Touring Opera, 1983
"M" Is for "Moon" among Other Things
Short story
Carbon typescript with holograph revisions
(see Pursuit of Happiness, Folder 49.6)
Container
67.11 Radio Play
Mimeograph and photocopy typescripts, 1964.
Container
98.11 Review, [1964]
Stage play
Container
17.2 Articles and reviews, nd
(see also Pursuit of Happiness)
Medicine Man [The Stand] --Revision of the screenplay by Tom Schulman and Sally Robinson
Container
98.12-13 Two bound photocopy typescripts, Dec. 1990, with holograph revisions by Stoppard, nd
Container
99.1 "Last version Dec. 21," typescript draft, 20 Dec. 1990, with holograph revisions by Stoppard; typescript revision pages with memo from Stoppard to John McTiernan, 24 Jan. 1991
Container
99.2 Correspondence, 1990-93
Merry Widow --English narration for Franz Lehár's opera, for Glyndebourne Festival Opera
Container
48.8 Original and faxed typescript drafts with holograph revisions, draft pages, notes, and outlines, 16-28 Jan., 8 and 15 Feb. 1993.
With faxed letter from Sarah Plummer of Glyndebourne Festival Opera to Jacky Matthews, 18 May 1993
(see also Hopeful Monsters versos)
Container
63.7 Photocopy and faxed typescript drafts, with holograph revisions, 7 and 15 July 1993, nd.
With Glyndebourne Festival Opera program, June-July 1993, and holograph breakdown of acts, nd
Container
99.3 Article, April 1993
Neutral Ground --Teleplay
Container
17.3 [The Wound and the Bow], typescript synopsis with letter from Stoppard to Derek Bennett, 15 June 1966, and letter from Bennett to Stoppard, 20 June 1966
Container
17.4 "First Draft," carbon typescript, nd
Container
48.9 Camera Script, mimeograph typescript, 18 Nov. 1968
Container
67.12-13 Carbon and photocopy typescripts, nd
Container
99.4 Thermograph typescript with holograph markings, nd
Container
99.5 Carbon typescript, nd
Container
99.6 Reviews, 1968, 1971
Night and Day
Stage play
Container
17.5-8 Holograph drafts, Jan.-April 1978
Container
17.9 Photocopy typescript, bound, May 1978
Container
17.10 Photocopy typescript, with holograph revisions, bound, May 1978
Container
17.11 Thermofax typescript, with holograph corrections, May 1978
Container
18.1 Holograph, typescript, and thermofax typescript revision pages and draft fragments, Sept.-Dec. 1978
Container
18.2 Photocopy typescript, with holograph revisions, bound, Dec. 1978
Container
18.3 Photocopy typescript, bound, Dec. 1978
Container
18.4 Photocopy typescript, with holograph revisions, nd
Container
18.5 Photocopy typescript, with holograph revisions, Aug.-Nov. 1979
Container
99.7 Bound mimeo typescript, [ca. Sept. 1979]
Container
99.8 "Second Draft," bound photocopy typescript with holograph revision, Aug. 1980
Container
18.6 Programs, 1978-79.
With holograph and typescript production and program notes, nd
Container
99.9 Programs, flyer, 1979, 1982
Posters: Toronto Free Theatre, Canada, 1982
(Oversize Box 5, folder 1)
Mounted posters:
Akademietheater, Vienna, production, 1980
(Oversize Folder 2)
Reims, France, nd
(Oversize Box 3)
Container
18.7 Articles and reviews, Phoenix Theatre production, Nov. 1978
Container
18.8 Correspondence, Feb. 1978-July 1979
Container
18.9 Correspondence re. German production, 10 Jan. 1978-4 April 1979
Screenplay
Container
18.10-11 Holograph draft, April-May 1980.
With photocopy typescript fragments, nd
Container
19.1-2 "First Draft," typescript, with holograph revisions, June 1980
Book
Page proofs, with holograph corrections, Faber and Faber 1978 edition
(galley files)
Container
19.3-4 Composite typescript, page proofs, and thermofax typescript typesetting copy, Faber and Faber second edition, [1979]
Container
19.5 Photocopy typesetting copy fragments, Faber and Faber second edition, [1979]
Container
19.6 Page proofs, Faber and Faber second edition, [1979]
Container
19.7 Photocopy typescript typesetting copy, with holograph notes to printer, Grove edition, 1979.
With dust-jacket
Container
99.10 "Text for Samuel French, May 1980," photocopy of typescript pages with technical cues and holograph revisions in unidentified hand, with additional holograph revisions by Stoppard, nd; typescript author's note with holograph revisions, nd
Container
99.11-12 "Text for Samuel French, May 1980," composite draft of carbon typescript pages and photocopies of typescript pages with holograph revisions in unidentified hand and taped-in typescript revisions, all with holograph revisions by Stoppard
Container
100.1 Articles and reviews, 1978-80
Container
100.2 Correspondence, 1982-83
Container
19.8 German translation by Hilde Spiel, photocopy typescript, bound, [1979]
On the Razzle --Adaptation of Johann Nestroy's Einen Jux will er sich machen
Stage play
Container
49.1 Translation by Neville & Stephen Plaice, mimeograph typescript, nd
Container
49.2 Photocopy typescript draft fragment, nd.
[With photocopy of printed text of A Day Well Spent by John Oxenford]
Container
20.1 Photocopy typescript, bound, Feb. 1981
Container
20.2 Incomplete photocopy of corrected typescript, Feb. 1981
Container
20.3 Photocopy of corrected typescript, some revisions in unknown hand, with additional holograph revisions, 1981.
[With cast list, nd]
Container
20.4 "Rehearsal text for Theatreworks," photocopy typescript, bound, May 1984
Container
20.5 Holograph and original, carbon, and photocopy typescript memos and evision pages, 1981, nd
Container
20.6 Program, [1981]
Container
100.3-4 Programs, 1981-88
Mounted posters:
State Theatre Company, Australia, 1985(Oversize Folder 4)
Guthrie Theater, Minneapolis, 1986
(Oversize Folder 4)
Posters:
National Theatre, London, 1981
(Oversize Folder 5)
New Athenaeum Theatre, Glasgow, 1988
(Oversize Box 5, folder 1)
Mounted posters:
CentreStage Company, Toronto, Canada, 1983
(Oversize Folder 6)
Pitlochry Festival Theatre, Scotland, 1984
(Oversize Box 4)
Container
100.5 Reviews, 1981-83
Container
100.6 Correspondence, 1981-96
Book
Page proofs, with holograph corrections, Faber and Faber 1981 edition
(galley files)
Page proofs on galleys, 1982
(Oversize Box 7)
Container
100.7 Photocopy typescript and sheet music of musical adaptation by Ernest Millard, 1985, with letter from Millard, 22 Jan. 1985
On the Razzle: An Opera in Three Acts, by Robin Orr--Vocal score, bound photocopy sheet music, 1986
(Oversize Box 7)
One Pair of Eyes: "Tom Stoppard Doesn't Know"--Episode of BBC television series
Container
100.8 Reviews and advertisement, 1972
Container
63.8 The Plays for Radio 1964-91 --Omnibus
Holograph and faxed typescript drafts and proofs of Introduction, with holograph revisions, 24 Jan. 1994, and a letter from Charles Boyle of Faber and Faber to Stoppard, 6 May 1994
Plays Four --Omnibus of Dalliance, Undiscovered Country, Rough Crossing, On the Razzle, and The Seagull
Container
100.9-12 Photocopy page proofs, 1999.
Two copies
Plays Five --Omnibus of Arcadia, The Real Thing, Night and Day, Indian Ink, and Hapgood
Container
101.1-4 Photocopy page proofs, 1999.
Two copies
Poodle Springs--Teleplay, based on the book by Raymond Chandler and Robert Parker
Container
101.5 Holograph notes, 31 May-22 June 1991
Container
49.3 Typescript draft fragments, nd
Container
101.6-8 Typescript fragments, nd
Container
101.9 Typescript revision pages, nd
Container
101.10 Typescript fragment, 26 June 1991.
[with holograph revisions, nd]
Container
63.9 Incomplete photocopy typescript, with holograph revisions, 26 June 1991
Container
101.11 Faxed typescript fragment with holograph revisions, 19 July 1991
Container
101.12 Typescript fragment, nd
Container
101.13 Faxed typescript pages with holograph revisions, 22 July 1991
Container
63.10 Incomplete photocopy typescript, with holograph revisions, nd.
With holograph and faxed typescript draft pages, 16, 24-28 July 1991, and additional photocopy typescript pages, all with holograph revisions
Container
102.1 Incomplete typescript draft, nd.
With faxed typescript pages with holograph revisions, 29 July 1991
Container
102.2 Composite draft of original and faxed typescript pages with holograph revisions, 26 and 30 July 1991
Container
102.3 Typescript draft with holograph revisions, nd
Container
63.11-12 Photocopy typescript, Aug. 1991.
Three copies, two bound and with holograph revisions
(1 and 2 of 3)
Container
64.1 Photocopy typescript, Aug. 1991
(3 of 3)
Container
102.4 Typescript draft, Aug. 1991.
With holograph revisions in unidentified hand. With faxes of typescript pages with holograph revisions by Stoppard, 5 Aug. 1991
Container
102.5 Typescript pages with holograph revisions, nd
Container
102.6-7 Typescript draft, Aug. 1991.
Two copies, one bound
Container
102.8-9 Typescript fragments, nd
Container
64.2-3 Incomplete photocopy typescripts, with holograph revisions, nd, and holograph draft pages, Oct.-Nov. 1991
Container
103.1 Incomplete typescript draft with holograph revisions, nd
Container
103.2 "1st Revision," incomplete typescript draft with holograph revisions, 1 Dec. 1991
Container
103.3 Typescript draft with holograph revisions, nd
Container
103.4 "1st Revision," typescript draft, Dec. 1991,
With holograph revisions and insert page, nd
Container
103.5 "1st Revision," typescript draft, Dec. 1991
Container
64.4 "1st Revision," photocopy typescript, bound, Dec. 1991
Container
103.6 Typescript fragment with holograph notes and revisions, nd
Container
103.7 Typescript fragment, nd
Container
64.5 Holograph script notes, 19 and 24 Jan. 1992
Container
103.8 Composite original and faxed typescript pages with holograph revisions, 27 Jan. 1992, nd
Container
103.9 Faxed typescript fragment, 30 Jan. 1992
Container
103.10 Typescript draft with holograph revisions, nd
Container
104.1 Typescript pages, nd
Container
104.2 Typescript fragments, nd
Container
49.4 "2nd Draft," typescript, Feb. 1992
Container
104.3 Composite original and faxed typescript with holograph revisions, 11-12 Feb. 1992, nd
Container
104.4 Typescript draft, nd
Container
104.5 Faxes of typescript pages with holograph revisions, 18 Feb. 1992
Container
64.6 Faxed typescript draft page, with holograph revisions, 18 Feb. 1992
Container
64.7 Incomplete photocopy typescript, with holograph revisions, nd
Container
104.6 Typescript pages, with photocopy diagram from chess book, nd
Container
104.7 Correspondence, 1991-92
Professional Foul
Teleplay
Container
20.7-8 Holograph draft, March-April 1977.
With fragment of closing titles
Container
20.9 Articles and reviews, 1978
Container
104.8-9 Articles and reviews, including a transcript of "Critics' Forum,"1977-78
Container
104.10 Correspondence, 1977-1992
Container
49.5 Czechoslovakian translation, typescript with holograph corrections in unknown hand, nd
Radio play
Container
20.10 "Rehearsal Script," photocopy of corrected typescript, nd
Container
20.11 Typescript, June 1978
"Scenes from "Professional Foul,"" galley proofs, with holograph corrections, of excerpts published in Encounter, February
(galley files)
Pursuit of Happiness --Companion documentary teleplay for A Separate Peace
Container
20.12 "Chess-Dubbing Script," carbon typescript, with holograph revisions, 13 April 1966
Container
49.6-7 Carbon typescript with holograph revisions, nd
Removed from binder labeled Albert's Bridge, housed in Folder 49-7
Subseries A: Original Works and Adaptations, (R-Z) 1962-2000
The Real Inspector Hound [Murder at Mousetrap Manor]
Stage play
Container
21.1 [The Stand-Ins], carbon typescript, with holograph revisions, nd
Container
21.2 [The Stand-Ins], holograph notes and draft, in notebook. With holograph draft fragment of Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead, nd
Container
21.3 Holograph and typescript drafts, Jan. 1962, nd
Container
21.4 Holograph and typescript drafts, July 1963, nd
Container
67.14 Incomplete carbon typescript, with holograph revisions and typescript note to Michael Codron, nd
Container
67.15 Carbon typescript, with holograph revisions, nd
Container
104.11 Bound photocopy typescript with holograph revisions, nd
Holograph notes
(see Artist Descending a Staircase, Folder 72.7)
Container
104.12-13 Double bill with After Magritte, program and flyers, articles, reviews, and advertisement, 1972-75
Double bill with Peter Shaffer's Black Comedy, two posters, Comedy Theatre, London
(Oversize Box 5, folder 1)
Container
104.14-15 Double bill with Sheridan Morley's The Critic, cast list, correspondence, blue prints, mounted poster of touring production , mounted poster of Theatre de l'Europe, Odéon, Paris, 1986; review clippings, and programs, 1985-86
(blue prints removed to Oversize Folder 1)
(mounted poster of touring production removed to Oversize Folder 7)
(mounted poster of Theatre de l'Europe removed to Oversize Box 3)
Container
104.16-17 Double bill with The Fifteen Minute Hamlet, photograph and program, 1992
Container
105.1 Photograph, 1998
Container
105.2 Programs, flyers, ticket, 1968-95
Container
21.5 Programs, 1974, 1977.
With photocopy typescript cast list, 26 Oct. 1976
Poster: Teatro Nelson Rodrigues, Sao Paulo, Brazil, nd
(Oversize Folder 5)
Mounted posters:
Slovenian production, nd
(Oversize Box 1)
Theatre Four, New York, 1972
(Oversize Box 4)
Container
105.3-4 Articles, reviews, and advertisements, 1968-72
Container
105.5 "Foreign Language Cuttings," articles and reviews, 1969
Container
21.6 Articles and reviews, 1974
Container
105.6 Faxed typescript transcript of interview with Stoppard and Peter Shaffer re. double bill with Black Comedy, with holograph revisions by Stoppard, 2 April 1998
Container
105.7 Correspondence, 19[68]-96
Book
Container
68.1 Page proofs composed of pages of printed text, with typescript and holograph revisions, nd
Container
105.8 Mounted dust jacket design, 1998
Translations
Container
105.9 Le Véritable Inspecteur Hound, mimeo typescript with holograph corrections in unidentified hand of French adaptation by Frédéric Latin, nd
Container
105.10 Bound typescript of Icelandic translation by Gudjón Olaffson, [1990]
The Real Inspector Hound and Other Entertainments --Omnibus
Container
49.8 Photocopy page proofs, with holograph corrections by Stoppard and an additional copy of After Magritte proofs. With letter from Lesley Levene of Faber and Faber to Jacky Matthews, 4 Sept. 1992
The Real Thing
Stage play
Container
105.11 Mimeo typescript of Act One, 2 Feb. 1982
Container
105.12-13 Bound photocopy typescript, Feb. 1982.
[Two copies]
Container
105.14 Notebook of holograph revisions, nd
Container
105.15 Bound photocopy typescript with holograph revisions, nd
Container
106.1 Bound photocopy typescript with holograph revisions, nd
Container
21.7 Incomplete photocopy typescript, Feb. 1982
Container
21.8 "1st Draft Original," photocopy typescript, with holograph revisions, Feb. 1982
Container
21.9 Photocopy typescript, with holograph revisions, [Feb. 1982]
Container
21.10 1st Draft, photocopy typescript, bound, Feb. 1982
Container
22.1 Photocopy typescript, bound, Feb. 1982
Container
22.2 Photocopy typescript, with holograph corrections, bound, Feb. 1982
Container
22.3 Photocopy typescript, bound, Feb. 1982
Container
22.4 Typescript performance notes, with holograph revisions, 11 Nov. 1982
Container
22.5-7 Typescript, photocopy typescript, and photocopy holograph revision pages, Sept.-Oct. 1981, nd
Container
106.2 Bound photocopy typescript, Jan. 1983
Container
106.3 Bound photocopy typescript, Jan. 1983
With holograph revisions, nd
Container
106.4 Bound photocopy typescript, Jan. 1983
With holograph revisions, May 1983
Container
106.5 Photocopy typescript revision pages with holograph revisions in unidentified hand, nd
Container
106.6 "USA," bound photocopy typescript, July 1983
With holograph revisions, nd
Container
106.7 "USA Performance Script," bound photocopy typescript, Jan. 1984
Container
22.8 Typescript and photocopy typescript revision pages for U.S. production, 1984
Container
106.8 "Rehearsal Script," bound photocopy typescript, 26 April 1999.
With holograph revisions, nd
Container
106.9 Address list, 1 Aug. 1983
Container
22.9-10 Correspondence and production file, July 1982-Dec. 1986
(Oversize Box 6)
Container
22.11 Photographs, Brussels and New York productions, 1983, 1984
Container
106.10-12 Photographs, 1983, [1986], 1999
Container
49.10 Czechoslovakian production theatre program, production photographs, and poster, Sept. 1991
(posters, two copies, Oversize Folder 1)
Container
106.13-14 Programs, some with holograph notations, 1983-2000
Cast recording, New York production, 1984.
33 rpm recording
(Oversize Box 6)
Posters:
Le Théâtre du Trident, Quebec, Canada, production, 1986
(copies one and two of three, Oversize Folder 5)
Teatro Ziembinski, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 2000
(Oversize Folder 5)
Redgrave Theatre, Farnham, England, 1985
(copy one of two, Oversize Box 2, folder 1)
Plymouth Theatre, New York, nd
(Oversize Box 2, folder 1)
Donmar Warehouse, London, 1999
(Oversize Box 2, folder 1)
City Players of St. Louis, Missouri, nd
(Oversize Box 5, folder 1)
Mounted posters:
Le Théâtre du Trident, Quebec, Canada, 1986
(copy three of three, Oversize Box 1)
Redgrave Theatre, Farnham, England, 1985
(copy two of two, Oversize Box 3)
Montparnasse Theatre, Paris, nd
(Oversize Box 3)
Container
107.1 Articles and reviews, 1983-84, nd
Container
23.1 Articles and reviews, 1982-84
Container
23.2 Articles and reviews, Broadway production, 1984.
[With letter from Bill Evans, 12 January 1984]
Container
107.2 Mounted advertisement, Japanese production, 1984
Container
107.3 Antoinette Perry Award presenter's envelope and card, 1984; Drama Desk nomination certificate, 1999
Radio play
Container
49.9 Photocopy typescript, 1992
Book
Galley fragments, with holograph corrections, Faber and Faber 1982 edition
(galley files)
Container
23.3 Page proofs, with holograph corrections, July 1982
[Faber and Faber 1982 edition]
Container
23.4 Composite page proofs and typescript draft, with holograph corrections and notes to printer, used as typesetting copy, Faber and Faber 1983 edition
Uncut page proofs, [April 1983]
[Faber and Faber 1983 edition]
(galley files)
Container
23.5 Photocopy of the Faber and Faber 1983 edition with holograph revisions for U.S. edition, 1984
Container
23.6 Photocopy typescript, with holograph revisions for U.S. edition, Jan. 1984
Galley sheets of alterations for U.S. edition, with holograph corrections, [1984]
(galley files)
Photocopy page proofs with holograph revisions, [July 1986]
(Oversize Box 7)
Container
23.7 Proposed précis for The Best Plays of 1983-84, photocopy typescript.
With letter from Otis Guernsey to Stoppard, 18 July 1984, letter from Angela Clements to Stoppard, 30 April 1984, and photocopy letter from Guernsey to Susan Nash of Faber and Faber, 10 April 1984
Container
107.4 Correspondence, 1982, 1988-94
Translations
Container
107.5 Le château de cartes [French adaptation by Guy Dumur], bound photocopy of typescript with holograph corrections, [1983]
Container
107.6 La Cosa Reale [ La Cosa Vera] [Italian translation by Raffaele La Capria with the collaboration of William Weaver], bound photocopy of typescript with holograph revisions, [ca. 1983]
Container
107.7 La Vérité Vraie [French adaptation by Jean Claude Carriere], bound photocopy typescript, 29 March 1985
Restoration --screenplay by Rose Tremain and Rupert Walters, with revisions by Stoppard
Container
107.8 Faxes of a holograph memo and revision pages, 2 Oct. 1995.
[typescript revision pages]
Container
107.9 Advertisement and article, 1996, nd
"The Reunion" --Short story published in Introduction 2
Container
107.10 Review, [1964]
Regarding Henry --Screenplay by Jeffrey Abrams, with revisions by Stoppard
Container
23.8 Holograph outline, nd
The Romantic Englishwoman --Screenplay, co-authored by Thomas Wiseman
Container
107.11 Holograph pages, 12-22 July 1974, nd
Container
23.9 Photocopy typescript, with holograph revisions, bound, 16 Aug. 1974
Container
23.10 Production file and reviews: original and photocopy typescripts by Joseph Losey and Thomas Wiseman, typescript memo from Losey to Stoppard, carbon typescript from Stoppard to Losey, carbon typescript draft fragments, printed letter from Fox-Rank Distributors to Stoppard, and photocopy news clippings, 1974-76, nd
Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead
Stage play
Container
23.11 Holograph and typescript drafts, nd, including early typescript of Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Meet King Lear
Container
24.1 Early mimeograph typescript, nd
Container
68.2 Mimeograph typescript, with holograph revisions and typescript inserts, 1966
Container
24.2 Typescript, with holograph revisions, nd
Holograph draft fragment, nd
(see The Real Inspector Hound, folder 21-2)
Container
107.12 Photocopy of early typescript with holograph revisions, nd
Photocopy typescript, nd
Container
108.1 Photocopy typescript with holograph and typescript revisions, nd
Container
108.2 Incomplete typescript of dialogue only, nd
Typescript dialogue pages
(see versos of Chaplin correspondence, Folder 79.5)
Container
108.3 Bound typescript with holograph revisions, nd
Container
24.3 Typescript cast lists and printed teaching guide, nd
Container
108.4 Photographs from New York production, 1967
Container
108.5-6 Photographs from 1969 Japanese production and 1994 Skopje, Macedonia, production
Container
24.4 Photographs [Paris production, 1976]
Container
108.7 "Soundtrack," audio cassette recording from the 1994 Dramski Theatre Skopje production in Macedonia
Container
24.5 Programs, 1966-77
Container
108.8-9 Programs, flyers, and educational packet, 1966-2000
Container
109.1 Grove Press study guide and article, 1968
Container
64.9 Theatre program and leaflet, Japan, 1994
Poster: Piccadilly Theatre, London, production, signed by Stoppard
(Oversize Folder 5)
Posters:
National Theatre, London, 1995
(Oversize Folder 5)
Japanese, two copies, nd
(Oversize Folder 5)
Advertising tetrahedron, Oxford Theatre Group, Edinburgh, two copies, 1966
(Oversize Box 5, folder 1)
Posters:
Dramski Theatre, Skopje, Macedonia, 1994
(Oversize Folder 1)
Teatr Szwedzka, Warsaw, Poland, nd
(Oversize Folder 1)
Russian production, nd
(Oversize Folder 1)
Czech production, nd
(Oversize Folder 5)
Belvoir St. Theatre, Australia, nd
(Oversize Box 5, folder 1)
Mounted posters:
University of Valladolid, Spain, 1979
(Oversize Box 2)
Cantonese production, Showson Theatre, Hong Kong, 1989
(Oversize Box 2)
Alvin Theatre, New York, 1967
(Oversize Box 4)
Container
24.6 Correspondence and reviews, 1974-79
Container
64.8 Review, in Plays and Players, vol. 14, no. 9, June 1967
Container
109.2-6 Articles, reviews, and advertisements, including original and photocopy typescripts of review transcripts and translations, 1966-87
Container
109.7 "Foreign Language Cuttings,"1967-69
Scrapbook, 1967
(Oversize Box 9)
Container
109.8 "Press book," bound articles and reviews of Dix-Huit Théâtre, Paris, production, 1991
Container
109.9 Correspondence, 1967-98
Radio play
Container
24.7 Holograph draft fragments, Nov. 1978, nd
Container
109.10 Mimeo typescript, 1978
Container
49.11 Mimeograph typescript of adaptation with some holograph revisions, [1978]
Container
109.11 Photocopy typescript, 1983
Screenplay
Container
68.3 First Draft, carbon typescript with holograph revisions, [1968]
Container
110.1 "Working Draft," composite original and photocopy typescript draft, 24 July 1987
With holograph revisions, nd
Container
110.2 Photocopy of "Working Draft" with holograph revisions, with additional typescript revisions taped in, nd
Container
64.10 Photocopy typescript, bound, Aug. 1987
Container
24.8 Photocopy typescript, bound, Oct. 1987
Container
110.3 Composite original and photocopy typescript draft, with holograph revisions, Oct. 1987
Container
110.4-5 Incomplete composite photocopy and faxed typescript fragment, with holograph revisions and diagrams by Stoppard, and holograph revisions in Jacky Matthews' hand, 12 Dec. 1988, nd.
With typescript insert pages, nd
Container
110.6 Composite original and photocopy typescript fragment with holograph revisions and diagrams by Stoppard, and holograph revisions in Jacky Matthews' hand, nd.
With typescript revision page, nd
Container
110.7 Photocopy typescript, Jan. 1989
Container
64.11 Photocopy typescript, Jan. 1989.
Two copies, one bound and with holograph corrections (1 of 2)
Container
65.1 Photocopy typescript, Jan. 1989
(2 of 2)
Container
24.9 Photocopy typescript, with holograph revisions, bound, Jan. 1989
Container
24.10 Duplicate photocopy typescript, with additional holograph revisions, bound, Jan. 1989
Container
24.11-12 Photocopy typescript, bound, nd
Container
24.13 Duplicate photocopy typescript, with holograph revisions, bound, nd
Container
110.8 Bound photocopy typescript, nd
Container
111.1 Bound photocopy typescript with holograph revisions, nd
Container
25.1-2 Photocopy typescript with holograph revisions, typescript trailer notes, two photocopy typescript drafts with holograph revisions of preliminary production notes, and photocopy advertising layouts with related correspondence, 18-23 July 1990, nd
Container
111.2 Typescript, July 1990
Container
111.3 "Film Accounts," statements and receipts, 1988-89
Container
25.3 Photocopy typescript filming notes regarding props, effects, and locations, Oct.-Dec. [1989]
Container
50.1 Album of location photographs, [compiled by Tamás Hornyánszky], 1989
Container
149.6-8 Set location photographs, [1989]
Container
25.4 Photocopy and faxed typescript cue sheets, 22-23 May 1990, nd
Container
65.2 Call sheet, photocopy typescript, Jan. 1990.
Two copies.
Container
111.4 Photographs, [1990]
Photocopy advertisements
(Oversize Box 6)
Container
111.5-6 Articles and reviews, including bound photocopies of foreign language articles re. the Golden Lion Award, 1990-91
Container
111.7 "Film Festivals," correspondence, business cards, advertisement, and entry form, 1990-91
Container
111.8-9 Correspondence and production material; press packet
Container
112.1-5 Correspondence and production material; press packet (continued)
Set drawings
(Oversize Box 2, folder 3)
Book
Container
25.5 Page proofs, with holograph revisions. With printed dust jacket, Faber and Faber edition, 1967
Container
25.6 Photocopy page proofs, April 1986
Faber and Faber 1986 edition. With letter from Jane Robertson, 29 April 1986.
Container
112.6 Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead: The Film, photocopy page proofs, with holograph revisions, Nov. 1990
Container
112.7 Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead [the play], photocopy page proofs, 1999
Container
112.8 Correspondence, 1990, 1995
Container
112.9 Articles, reviews, and advertisements, 1967-69
Translations
Container
113.1 Rosencrantz et Guildenstern Sont Morts, bound mimeo typescript of the French translation by George Lambert, Jan. 1967
Container
113.2-3 Rosencrantz et Guildenstern Sont Morts, bound mimeo typescript of the French adaptation by Lisbeth Schaudinn and Eric Delorme, nd.
Two copies, one incomplete and labeled "uncorrected"
Rough Crossing --Adaptation of Ferenc Molnar's Play at the Castle
Stage play
Container
113.4 "Play at the Villa," mimeo typescript translation by unidentified author, [1926]
Container
25.7 Holograph notes, on tablet, 3 Feb., 18 and 24 March, 7 April 1984.
With holograph notes re. Squaring the Circle, nd
Container
25.8 Typescript draft fragment, with holograph corrections, nd
Container
25.9 Typescript draft, with holograph corrections, nd.
With holograph revision pages, April-June 1984
Container
25.10-12 Holograph drafts, April-Sept. 1984
Container
26.1 Holograph drafts
Container
26.2 Typescript draft, July 1984
Container
65.3 Photocopy typescript, bound, July 1984
Container
113.5 Bound photocopy typescript, July 1984
Container
26.3 Original, carbon, and photocopy typescript draft fragments and revision pages, [Aug. 1984]
Container
113.6 Bound photocopy typescript, July 1984.
With holograph revisions, Sept. 1984
Container
26.4 Holograph and typescript revision pages, 5-6 Sept. 1984, nd
Container
26.5 "Revisions August `84," typescript and photocopy typescript, with holograph revisions. With typescript revision pages, Sept. 1984
Container
26.6 Photocopy typescript, with holograph revisions in unknown hand, nd.
With holograph and photocopy typescript revision pages, Oct. 1984, nd
Container
113.7 Original and photocopy typescript revision pages and memos, some with holograph revisions, 1 and 26 Oct., 14 Dec. 1984, nd
Container
113.8 Photocopy typescript with holograph revisions, nd
Container
113.9-11 Photocopy typescript, nd.
Two copies, one incomplete. With additional duplicate pages, nd
Container
114.1 Bound composite draft of photocopy printed text and typescript pages with holograph revisions, nd
Container
114.2 Typescript revision pages, nd
Act Two, composite of photocopy printed text and typescript pages, with holograph revisions, nd; photocopy with additional holograph revisions, nd
(Oversize Box 7)
Container
114.3 Act Two, bound composite of photocopy printed text and typescript pages with holograph revisions in unidentified hand, nd
Container
114.4-5 "Master," photocopy typescript, March 1987.
Two copies, one bound
Container
114.6 Bound composite draft of photocopy printed text and typescript revision pages with holograph corrections and notations, nd
Container
114.7-8 Correspondence and production material, 1984-94
Container
114.9 Programs, 1984-93
Mounted posters:
National Theatre, London, 1984
(Oversize Folder 6)
Teatro Vittoria, Rome, 1988
(Oversize Box 2)
Chester Gateway Theatre, England, nd
(Oversize Box 4)
Container
114.10 Articles and reviews, 1984-90
Book
Container
26.7 Photocopy typescript, Nov. 1984
Container
114.11 Photocopy typescript with printer's notations, nd
Container
26.8 Photocopy of corrected page proofs, 25 Feb. 1985.
Faber and Faber 1985 edition. With letter from Jane Robertson, 14 Feb. 1985
Container
50.2 Photocopy of printed text, nd
Container
50.3 Photocopy of printed text with holograph revisions, bound, nd.
With photocopy typescript and holograph inserts
The Russia House --Screenplay adaptation of the book by John Le Carré
Container
115.1 Bound photocopy page proofs of the book by Le Carré, with holograph revisions [by Le Carré], Feb. 1989
Container
115.2-4 Photocopy typescript with holograph markings, 5 Jan. 1989
Container
115.5 Photocopy typescript pages, nd.
Two sets
Container
26.9 Photocopy typescript, bound, May 1989
Container
115.6 "Revised First Draft," typescript fragment, June 1989.
Composite original and faxed copy with holograph revisions, 9 June 1989
Container
116.1 "Revised First Draft (2)," photocopy typescript, 23 June 1989
Container
116.2 Holograph pages, nd
Container
116.3-4 Photocopy typescript, Aug. 1989.
With holograph and taped-in typescript revisions. With original and photocopy typescript revision pages with additional holograph revisions, nd
Container
116.5 Typescript pages with holograph revisions, nd; revised typescript pages with additional holograph revisions, nd; fax of typescript page, 10 Aug. 1989
Container
116.6 Original and photocopy typescript pages, nd
Container
116.7 Typescript fragments, nd
Container
116.8 Photocopy typescript with holograph revisions, nd
Container
116.9 Photocopy typescript with holograph revisions, nd
Container
116.10 "Second Draft (Revised)," bound photocopy typescript, 24 Aug. 1989.
With holograph revisions, nd
Container
27.1 "Second Draft (Revised)," photocopy typescript, with holograph revisions, bound, 24 Aug. 1989
Container
27.2 Photocopy typescript revision pages, with holograph revisions, 20 Sept. 1989
Container
65.4 Holograph draft pages, 8 May and 8 Dec.
Container
64.5 Holograph note, nd
Container
117.1 "Le Carré Film Ex[pense]s," invoice, 23 Aug. 1989
Container
117.2 Review, 1990
Container
117.3 Correspondence, 1989-91
Container
27.3 Correspondence and production file, 25 April-15 May 1990, nd
Schindler's List --Screenplay by Thomas Keneally and Steven Zaillian, based upon the book by Keneally, with revisions by Stoppard
Container
65.6-7 Photocopy typescript with some holograph notations, nd.
With additional holograph and photocopy typescript draft pages, nd
The Seagull --English translation of the play by Anton Chekov
Container
117.4 Correspondence and drafts of blurb and program biographical note, 1997-98
A Separate Peace
Stage play
Container
50.4 Photocopy typescript, 18 Jan. 1993.
With rehearsal schedule and photocopy cast photographs, nd
Container
117.5 Review, 1984
Published Texts
Container
50.5 Photocopy typescript of Reader's Digest version, nd.
With letter from Kenneth Ewing to Stoppard, 15 Dec. 1978
Container
50.6 Photocopy printed text from Playbill Two with holograph revisions in unknown hand and with highlighted indications of requested cuts and proposed edits if necessary for time, 1 Sept. 1992
Shakespeare in Love --Screenplay, co-authored by Marc Norman
Container
50.7 Second Draft by Marc Norman, photocopy typescript with holograph notes by Stoppard, bound, 1 June 1992
Container
50.8-9 Typescript draft fragments with holograph revisions, nd
Container
51.1 Photocopy typescript with holograph notes and revisions, Aug. 1992
Container
51.2 Typescript with holograph revisions, nd
Container
117.6 Typescript draft with holograph revisions, Aug. 1992
Container
117.7 Typescript fragment, nd
Container
117.8-9 Typescript draft, nd.
Two copies
Container
51.3 Second Draft, typescript with a few holograph revisions, bound, Sept. 1992
Container
51.4 Typescript with some holograph revisions, nd
Container
51.5 Second Draft, typescript with some holograph revisions, bound, Sept. 1992
Container
51.6 Typescript draft fragment with holograph revisions, nd, and holograph revision pages, notes, and outlines, 11 March-20 Oct. 1992.
On some versos: Arcadia typescript pages with holograph revisions and note from Stoppard to Edmund Stoppard, nd
Container
117.10 Photocopy typescript draft of production notes, Nov. 1998
Container
117.11 Advertising postcard, poster, press brochure, 1998
(poster removed to Oversize Folder 1)
Container
117.12 Articles and reviews, 1998-99
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117.13-14 Awards programs, tickets, certificates, invitation, and holograph draft of message from Stoppard, 1999
Container
117.15 Correspondence, 1992-99
Sleepy Hollow --Screenplay adaptation by Kevin Yagher and Andrew Kevin Walker of the story by Washington Irving, with revisions by Stoppard
Container
117.16 Typescript pages faxed to Scott Rudin, some with holograph revisions in Jacky Matthews' hand, dictated by Stoppard, 23 Aug. and 9 Sept. 1999, nd
Container
117.17 Correspondence, Sept. 1999, nd
Squaring the Circle: Poland, 1980-81
Teleplay
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27.4-5 Synopses and background information on Polish Solidarity, some by Janie Ericsson, Feb.-Nov. 1982, nd
(Oversize Folder 5)
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27.6 Photocopy typescript, bound, April 1982
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27.7 Photocopy typescript, with typescript revisions, April 1982
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27.8 Photocopy typescript, April 1982
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118.1 Typescript draft with holograph and typescript revisions, April 1982
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118.2 Photocopy typescript, April 1982
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118.3 "Insertions into a Script (Cut up)," typescript insert pages, nd
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27.9 "Second Draft," photocopy typescript, July 1982
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27.10 "Second Draft," photocopy typescript, with holograph revisions, July 1982
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28.1 "Second Draft," photocopy typescript, with holograph revisions, July 1982
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28.2 "Second Draft," photocopy typescript, with holograph revisions, July 1982
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28.3 Holograph draft fragments, Feb. 1983, nd
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118.4 Typescript with holograph revisions, Feb. 1983
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28.4 Photocopy typescript, bound, Aug 1983
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28.5 Photocopy typescript, with holograph revisions, Aug. 1983
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28.6 Photocopy typescript, with holograph revisions, Sept. 1983.
With holograph and typescript draft fragments, July-Oct. 1983, photocopy typescript schedule, 15 July, and holograph note from Stoppard to Barnaby Stoppard, nd
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28.7 "101," photocopy typescript, bound, 26 Sept. 1983
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28.8 "104," incomplete photocopy typescript, with holograph revisions, 26 Sept. 1983
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28.9 "123," photocopy typescript, bound. "Amended 4th October `83," with further revisions dated 10-24 Oct.
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29.1 Photocopy typescript, 26 Sept. 1983.
With photocopy typescript revisions dated 4-24 Oct. 1983
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118.5 Bound photocopy typescript, 4-21 Oct. 1983.
With holograph markings, nd
Container
118.6 Photocopy typescript pages, 4-21 Oct. 1983.
With holograph revisions, nd
Holograph notes on revisions, [1984]
(see Rough Crossing, folder 25-7)
Container
29.2 Articles, reviews, and advertisements, May 1984-Dec. 1985, nd
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118.7 Articles and reviews, including articles by Stoppard for TV Guide, "C4 Magazine," and The Times, with accompanying drafts, correspondence and agreement, 1984-85
Photographs
(Oversize Box 8)
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29.3-4 Correspondence and production file, Oct. 1982-Sept. 1986.
With typescript draft fragments, nd
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118.8 Correspondence, 1984
Book
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29.5 "Final text as sent to Faber," photocopy of corrected typescript, 20 March 1984
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29.6-7 Various typescript and photocopy typescript drafts of the Introduction for Faber and Faber text, with holograph and typescript revisions, April-May 1984
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29.8 Photocopy of corrected page proofs, June 1984.
Faber and Faber 1985 edition
"The Story" --short story
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29.9 Photocopy printed fragment from Gentlemen's Quarterly, nd
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118.9 Reviews of Faber's Introduction 2: Stories by New Writers, 1964
Tango --Adaptation of the play by Slawomir Mrozek
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118.10 Incomplete mimeo typescript of the translation by Nicholas Bethell with holograph revisions in unidentified hand, nd
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118.11 Incomplete bound carbon typescript of the translation by Nicholas Bethell, with holograph revisions by Stoppard and others, nd
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118.12 Correspondence, 1984-94
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29.10 Program, 1966
Teeth --Teleplay
Container
68.4 Photocopy of typescript with holograph revisions, nd.
Two copies, one with additional holograph notes and revisions in an unknown hand
Container
119.1 Photocopy of typescript with holograph revisions, nd
Container
119.2 Articles and reviews, 1967
The Television Plays 1965-1984 --Omnibus
Container
51.7 Holograph and faxed typescript drafts of Introduction, 30 Nov. 1992, nd.
With revised photocopies of the introductions to printed texts of Stoppard's work, primarily Squaring the Circle
Container
51.8 Photocopy page proofs, nd
Container
51.9 Photocopy page proofs with a few holograph corrections, nd
This Way Out With Samuel Boot --Unproduced teleplay
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68.5 Photocopy of typescript with holograph revisions, [1964]
Three Men in a Boat --Adaptation of the book by Jerome K. Jerome
Teleplay
Container
119.3 Holograph outline, nd; holograph pages, 20 Feb., 8 and 14 March 1975, nd
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119.4 Incomplete carbon typescript with holograph and typescript revisions, nd
Container
119.5 Photocopy typescript pages with holograph revisions, nd
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119.6 Thermofaxes of typescript pages with holograph revisions, nd
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65.8 "Draft Script," photocopy typescript, nd
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119.7 "BBC-2 Filming Script," photocopy typescript, nd.
With duplicates of some pages, one with a holograph notation, and with one holograph page of notes, nd
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29.11 Filming schedule, June-July 1975
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29.12 Typescript dubbing notes with holograph corrections, Sept. 1975
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119.8 Photograph, [1975]
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29.13 Articles and reviews, 1975
Radio Play
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65.9 Photocopy and faxed typescript draft of teleplay, with holograph revisions, holograph insert pages, and holograph memos to Jacky Matthews, Sept.-Oct. 1994, nd
Container
65.10 Photocopy typescript, with holograph corrections, nd
Container
66.1 Photocopy typescript, with holograph revisions, nd
Container
119.9 Faxes of typescript revision pages with holograph revisions, 12-15 Oct. 1994
Container
119.10 Production information, [Nov. 1994]
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119.11 Correspondence, 1976, 1995
Tom Stoppard: Plays Five (see Plays Five)
Tom Stoppard: Plays Four (see Plays Four)
Travesties
Stage play
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30.1-4 Original and photocopy holograph and typescript draft, June 1973-April 1974.
With typescript excerpt from Fritz Platten's Lenin's Journey Through Germany in the Sealed Train, nd
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119.12 Holograph pages, July 1973-Jan. 1974.
With typescript research notes, nd
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119.13 Incomplete photocopy of typescript with holograph revisions, [Jan. 1974]
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30.5 Photocopy typescript, with holograph revisions, bound, nd.
With typescript revision pages, May 1974, nd
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119.14 Incomplete composite draft of original, thermofax, and photocopy typescript pages with holograph revisions, nd.
With holograph revision pages, 2 June 1974
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119.15 Thermofax typescript page, nd
Container
120.1 Photocopy typescript with holograph revisions, nd
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30.6 Photocopy typescript, with holograph revisions, bound, nd.
Includes photocopy typescript of author's notes for translators
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30.7 Photocopy typescript, 2 Feb. 1976.
With a list of differences between script, performance, and published texts, by unknown person, nd
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31.1 Weekly grosses as reported in Variety, Dec. 1975-April 1976
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31.2 Open memo from Stoppard to directors, nd, photocopy typescript draft fragments, nd, and profit sheets, 1975-76.
With letter from Stoppard to Edward [Parone], 11 Aug. 1976
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52.1 Photocopy typescript, nd.
With photocopy typescript author's notes to translators
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52.2 Photocopy typescript with holograph revisions, nd.
With photocopy typescript author's notes to translators
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52.3 Photocopy typescript with holograph revisions, nd.
With photocopy typescript of author's notes to translators, nd
Container
52.4 Photocopy typescript with holograph revisions, bound, nd
Container
52.5 "Master Copy Photocopy Only," photocopy of typescript with holograph revisions, most in unknown hand, "revised August 1993," with additional holograph revisions, nd
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52.6 Photocopy of typescript with holograph revisions mostly in an unknown hand, "revised August 1993," with additional holograph revisions, nd
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52.7-8 "1993 Rewrite," original, photocopy, and faxed typescript revision pages with holograph revisions, and holograph revision pages, 31 June, 6-15 July, 2-16 Aug., 13 Sept. 1993, nd.
With faxed letter from Stoppard to Adrian Noble, 12 July 1993. On versos: letter from Stoppard to Mr. Priest, 10 July 1993; Merry Widow holograph and photocopy typescript pages; and Hopeful Monsters holograph revision pages
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31.3 Photographs, nd
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120.2 Photograph, nd
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52.9 Theatre program research material and drafts, 17 Aug. 1993, nd
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31.4 Programs, 1973-78
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120.3 Programs and flyers, 1974-93
Czechoslovakian production printed photographs and program material, bound, 1991
(Oversize box 7)
Posters:
Royal Shakespeare Company poster proofs, nd.
(Oversize Folder 1)
Rideau du Bruxelles, Belgium, production, 1977.
(Oversize Folder 5)
The Company's production at Upstairs at the Market, two copies, 1978.
(Oversize Folder 5)
Akademietheater, Vienna, production, 1976.
(Oversize Folder 5)
Nimrod upstairs, [Australia], nd
(Oversize Box 2, folder 1)
Nimrod Theatre, Australia, nd
(Oversize Box 5, folder 1)
Mounted posters:
Teatar & TD, Zagreb, Croatia, nd.
(Oversize Folder 3)
Akademietheater, Vienna, nd.
(Oversize Folder 4)
Mercury Theatre, Colchester, England, nd
(Oversize Folder 8)
Royal Shakespeare Company, Aldwych Theatre, 1974.
(Oversize Folder 8)
Double bill with The Importance of Being Earnest, Oxford Playhouse, Oxford, 1985
(Oversize Folder 8)
Greek production, three posters, nd
(Oversize Box 1)
Odeon Theatre, Paris, 1978
(Oversize Box 3)
Realistické divadlo, Czechoslovakia, production, two copies, [1991]
(Oversize Folder 5)
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31.5 Articles and reviews, 1974-77
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120.4-5 Articles, reviews, and advertisements--photocopy clippings and transcripts, 1974-77, 1993, nd
Advertisement, on back of Johnny on the Spot cast list, 1994
(see Johnny on the Spot, Folder 63.4)
Ink caricature of Royal Shakespeare Company's Aldwych Theatre production, by William Hewison for 19 June 1974 issue of Punch
(Oversize Box 5, folder 5)
Container
120.6 Antoinette Perry Award nomination certificate, 1976
Book
Page proof fragments with holograph revisions in an unknown hand, nd.
(Oversize Box 7)
Container
120.7 Photocopy typescript with holograph revisions and notes to printer in unidentified hand, nd
Container
120.8 Author's Note--photocopy of printed text from program; a later typescript with holograph revisions, nd
Galley proofs, 1975, two copies, both with holograph revisions
(Galley files)
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53.1 Photocopy page proofs with holograph revisions, 17 Nov. 1993.
With faxed production information with holograph revisions, 9 June 1993
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120.9 Photocopy page proofs, 1999
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31.6 Correspondence, 1975-78
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120.10 Correspondence, including reproduction of drawing of Stoppard by Antony Sher, 1981-98
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31.7 German translation by Hilde Spiel, "Playing Text Aikademie Theater," photocopy typescript, with holograph revisions, bound, nd
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31.8 German translation by Hilde Spiel, photocopy typescript, with holograph revisions, nd.
With correspondence re. German production, March 1975-Dec. 1976
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31.9 [ Travesties: An Opera in Two Acts], by Bolen High, "Incomplete Second Draft," photocopy of corrected typescript, March 1981
Two Acts of Love with a 15 Minute Interval --Ford Martin Fund benefit to which Stoppard contributed "Magic Moments with Mantovani" and "Welcome to the Club"
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120.11 Program, 1987
Undiscovered Country --Adaptation of Arthur Schnitzler's Das Weite Land
Stage play
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32.1-2 [Open Country], photocopy typescript, with holograph revisions, nd.
With holograph draft fragments, 23 Feb. 1979, nd
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32.3-4 Thermofax of corrected typescript, Feb. 1979
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32.5-6 Photocopy typescript, with holograph revisions, nd
Container
32.7 Photocopy of corrected typescript, originally dated April 1979
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32.8 Programs, 1979
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121.1 Program, [1982]
Mounted poster: National Theatre, London, 1979
(Oversize Folder 7)
Container
121.2 Reviews, [1979]
Teleplay
Container
32.9 Typescript, with typescript corrections, nd
Container
32.10 Typescript, with holograph corrections, nd
Container
33.1 Photocopy typescript, with holograph revisions, nd
Container
33.2 Photocopy typescript fragments, with holograph revisions, nd
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33.3 Photocopy typescript, with holograph revisions, Feb. 1983
Container
121.3-4 Bound photocopy typescript, Feb. 1983.
Two copies
Container
33.4 Correspondence, April 1982-Feb. 1983
Book (Faber and Faber 1980 edition)
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33.5 Page proofs
Container
33.6-7 Book cover and printed pages, with holograph revisions, nd.
With holograph "breakdown of three parts," nd
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121.5 Flyer for booksigning, [1980]
Container
121.6 Correspondence, 1982
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33.8 [ The Vast Domain] --Translation of Das Weite Land, by Edward Woticky and Alexander Caro, photocopy, nd
Vatel --Screenplay, co-authored by Jeanne Labrune
Container
121.7 Typescript pages faxed to Liz Boorn, 28 June 1999
A Walk on the Water (see Enter a Free Man)
Where Are They Now?
Radio Play
Holograph notes on "The Old Boys"
(see After Magritte notebook, Folder 69.2)
Holograph notes
(see Galileo notebook folder 84.15)
Container
121.8-9 Photocopy typescript, nd.
Two copies, one bound and with additional pages and holograph printer's marks for publication
Container
121.10 Mimeo typescript with holograph revisions, [1970]
Container
68.6 Mimeograph typescript, 1970.
With mimeograph copy, with holograph notations in an unknown hand, 1970
Container
68.7 Photocopy typescript, bound, nd
Container
121.11 Reviews, Dec. 1970
Screenplay
Container
33.9 "First screen treatment by Rory H. MacLean," photocopy typescript, nd
Book
Page proofs
(see Artist Descending a Staircase and Where Are They Now?, Folders 73.9 and 73.10)
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66.2 [Untitled stage play], holograph page, nd
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121.12 Untitled short story written for Esquire to be cowritten by a succession of authors, photocopy typescript, 6 May 1980; correspondence, 1980, 1985
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121.13 Photographs of unidentified [Hungarian] productions
Unidentified set design sketches, possibly for Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead, nd
(Oversize Box 5, folder 4)
Subseries B: Reviews, Articles, Lectures, 1962-2000, nd
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34.1 Miscellaneous reviews and articles--clippings, original and thermofax typescripts, and galleys, with accompanying correspondence, 1962-78.
(Galleys removed to galley files)
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121.14 Miscellaneous reviews and articles--clippings, 1968-91; typescript with holograph revisions, nd; galley proofs, 1971, nd.
(Galley proofs removed to Oversize Box 5, folder 3)
"A Case of Vice Triumphant"--review of The Soldier's Fortune, in Plays and Players, March 1967
Photocopy of printed text
(see Correspondence-Methuen, folder 130.1)
Container
121.15 "Creative Writing and the University: A Correspondence"--published correspondence between Stoppard, A. C. H. Smith, Richard Hoggart, David Lodge, and Mark Spilka, in Alta, vol. 2, no. 7, Winter 1968-69.
Whole issue
Container
121.16 "The Definite Maybe"--essay from Author Author: A Selection from the Author, the Journal of the Society of Authors Since 1890 (London: Faber and Faber, 1984), correspondence, photocopy of the published text, [1984]
Container
121.17 "The Event and the Text"--lecture at William Jewell College, 30 Nov. and 1 Dec. 1981.
Program
Container
121.18 "Event and the Text"--1988 Whidden Lecture at McMaster University, poster, correspondence, program, and printed transcript in Ta Panta, 1988-89
(poster removed to Oversize Box 5, folder 1)
Container
34.2 "The Hemingway Hero Is Put to Bed"--review of Ernest Hemingway's The Garden of Eden, for The Observer, 8 Feb. 1987.
Holograph and typescript drafts, clipping
"Just Impossible"--review of The Impossible Years, in Plays and Players, Jan. 1987.
Photocopy of the printed text
(see Correspondence-Methuen, 130.1)
"The Less than Sacred Text"--1985 lecture at Darwin College, Cambridge, poster
(Oversize Box 5, folder 1)
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121.19 "Let Iran Make Amends on Rushdie"--edited printed version of a speech by Stoppard, holograph and typescript drafts of speech; faxed typescript drafts of article, with holograph revisions; clipping; correspondence; Article 19 reports, 1992-93
Container
121.20 "On the Other Side of Hamlet"--lecture at the 13th National Student Drama Festival at Bradford, program, 1967
Container
121.21 "Paradise and Purgatory"--article for The Weekend Magazine, Feb. 20-21 1982.
Re. visit to the Galapagos Islands, notebook of holograph notes; clipping, 3-9 March, nd
"Playing with Science"--lecture at Caltech, 20 Oct. 1994.
Published in Engineering and Science, Fall 1994
Container
66.3 Photocopy typescript draft of the talk, with holograph revisions and insert pages for publication, nd
Container
121.22 Faxed page proofs, 5 Dec. 1994.
With holograph corrections
Container
121.23 "Pragmatic Theater"--in New York Review of Books, 23 Sept. 1999.
Based on the talk "Technique and Interpretation in the Performing Arts" delivered at the New York Public Library, fax of holograph draft, 8 July 1999; typescript draft; fax of typescript with holograph revisions, 9 July 1999
Container
121.24 "Real Books, Real Authors: A Letter to the Editor"--in The Author, Summer 1984.
Correspondence, photocopy typescript drafts with holograph revisions, photocopy of page proofs with holograph revisions, and printed text, 1984
Container
121.25 "Reflections on Ernest Hemingway"--after-dinner speech given at the opening of the "Ernest Hemingway: the Writer in Context" exhibition at Northeastern University, 21 May 1982.
Invitation, program, holograph notes on index cards, original and photocopy of typescript with holograph and typescript revisions, 1982
Container
122.1 "To Film or Not to Film"--article re. filming of Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead, in Premiere, Nov. 1990.
Faxed and typescript drafts with holograph revisions, July 1990; memos, July 1990; faxed galley with holograph revisions, 30 July 1990; faxed copies of printed article, Oct. 1990
"Tom Stoppard: In Person!"--lecture for course by Homer Swander, University of California at Santa Barbara, poster, nd
(Oversize Box 5, folder 1)
Container
34.3 "Treasure Island"--Stoppard's contribution to an article in Architectural Design, June 1969.
Carbon typescript and photocopy of printed article
Container
122.2 "Truth and Invention"--lecture at the New York Public Library, 29 March 1999.
Advertising brochure, 1999
Container
122.3 Unidentified lecture re. Rough Crossing and translations--typescript with holograph revisions, nd
Unidentified article re. Stoppard's family, for Talk Magazine
Container
122.4 Holograph draft, [1999]
Container
122.5 Faxed typescript with holograph revisions, 29 June 1999.
Photocopy of the corrected faxed typescript with additional holograph revisions and inserts, nd; memo to J. B., nd
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122.6 Correspondence, 1999
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122.7 Czech reprint, in issue of Xantypa, with note from Magdalena Dietlová, Feb. 2000
Unidentified piece about Jack Mapanje
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66.4 Typescript drafts faxed to Rex Bloomstein and Sylvia Van Kleef, Oct. 1988
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122.8 Photocopy typescript with holograph revisions, nd.
Fax of later typescript with holograph revisions, 11 Oct. 1988



Series II. Works about Stoppard, 19[60]-99, nd
2 boxes

Subseries A: Articles and Interviews, 1966-98
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34.4-5 Correspondence. With photocopy and original typescripts, 1974-80
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122.9-12 Printed articles and interviews, including typescript transcript, 1966-98 ; galley proofs, 1978
(Oversized printed articles and interviews removed to Oversize Box 6)
(Galley proofs removed to Oversize Box 5, folder 3)
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34.6 Printed articles and interviews, 1977-79, nd
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66.5 Articles and interviews, 1991, 1994.
(Oversized material removed to Oversize Box 6)
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122.13-14 Guppy, Shusha. "Tom Stoppard: The Art of Theatre VII," in The Paris Review, vol. 30, no. 109, Winter 1998.
Whole issue of The Paris Review.
Reprinted in Viking's Writers at Work Series, vol. 9, correspondence, 1986-91.
Container
123.1-2 Gussow, Mel. Conversations with Stoppard (London: Nick Hern Books, 1995), photocopy typescript outline and draft, nd; photocopy page proofs with holograph revisions by Stoppard, [1995]
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123.3 Lutterbie, John and Phyllis Ruskin. "Balancing the Equation"--essay re. Mackoon's Hamlet Cahoot's Macbeth for Modern Drama, correspondence, July 1982; photocopy typescript, 1982
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53.2 "Stoppard This Evening," photocopy typescript, 1988.
With photocopy typescript of similar program on Harold Pinter and letter from Homer Swander of ACTER (The Alliance for Creative Theatre, Education and Research) to Stoppard, 17 Nov. 1988
Subseries B: Literary Criticism, 1981-99, nd
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123.4 Becci, Nadia., Il teatro di Tom Stoppard fra impegno e disimpegno, with Artista che scende una scala [her Italian translation of Artist Descending a Staircase], bound photocopy typescript, 1993
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123.5 Guralnick, Elissa S., "Artist Descending a Staircase: Stoppard Captures the Radio Station -- and Duchamp" in PMLA (Publications of the Modern Language Association of America, vol. 105, no. 2, March 1990.
Offprint
Hunter, Jim.
Container
34.7-8 Tom Stoppard's Plays, photocopy of corrected typescript, [1981]
Container
123.6 Faber Critical Notes: Tom Stoppard, photocopy of typescript with holograph revisions, 1999
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123.7 Labinger, Jay A., "Metaphoric Usage of the Second Law: Entropy as Time's (Double-Headed) Arrow in Tom Stoppard's Arcadia," photocopy typescript, nd
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123.8 Townsend, Edward Darlington, Communication in the Slip-Stream: A Study of Meaning in Selected Plays of Tom Stoppard--dissertation, Rand Afrikaans University, bound photocopy typescript, Dec. 1983
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123.9 Walton, J. Michael, Dionysus in Arcadia: An Ancient God for a Modern Theatre (The University of Hull Press, 1994)
Subseries C: Bibliographies, 1976-91
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53.3 Bratt, David. Tom Stoppard: A Reference Guide, photocopy of the printed text. With note from Gordon Dickerson to Jacky [Matthews], nd
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34.9 George, Corinne. The Works of Tom Stoppard: A Bibliography, photocopy typescript, April 1979
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34.10 King, Kimball. Twenty Modern British Playwrights: A Bibliography,1956 to 1976, thermofax typescript, 1977.
With letter from King to Fraser and Dunlop Scripts Ltd., 7 April 1977
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123.10 Reference works, [1976], 1982-91



Series III. Correspondence, 1954-2000, nd
19 boxes

Subseries A: General Correspondence, 1954-2000, nd
By Date
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124.1-5 1968-2000, nd
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66.7 1994, nd
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53.4 "Miscellaneous,"Aug. 1992-Nov. 1993
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125.3 Copies of outgoing letters, 1989-91
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125.4 Copies of outgoing letters, 1981-1982
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124.6 "Personal Letters,"1973-75
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125.1-2 "Personal Letters" (continued)
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125.5 Copies of outgoing letters, 1970-72
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34.11 Miscellaneous correspondence, 1954-87
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35.1-6 Miscellaneous correspondence (continued)
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36.1-3 Miscellaneous correspondence (continued)
By Subject
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125.6 Amblin - primarily commenting on screenplays, 1988-93
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125.7 "Articles on T.S., Interviews with T.S.,"1982-91, [1995]
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126.1 "Art Dealers" and Artists, 1983-94
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126.2-3 Honorary Degrees, Memberships, and Awards, including the Shakespeare Prize, 1976-94
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126.4 Books and Manuscripts, 1979-90, nd
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126.5-6 "BBC Radio,"1982-94
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126.7 "BBC - TV" projects and proposals, 1982-94
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127.1 "BBC Video and Other Videos," correspondence and catalogs, 1981, 1983, nd
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127.2 "Channel Four,"1982-94
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127.3 Chess, 1989-91
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127.4 "Cluedo/[John] Landis" [Proposed screenplay of Clue], 1982-83
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127.5 Michael Codron, 1985-93
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127.6 "Contracts" with the BBC and others, correspondence, contracts, payment receipts, 1980-93
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36.4 Crown Publishing Group re. proposed Maurice Sendak collaboration on "The Magic Flute,"Nov. 1985-June 1986
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36.5-6 Faber and Faber, 1968-87
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127.7-8 "Faber and Faber," correspondence, drafts of introductions, page proofs, dust jacket designs, catalog, invoices, 1987-99, nd
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36.7 Correspondence re. Václav Havel's The Conspirators, 1971-72, 1983-84
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36.8 Correspondence with and about Václav Havel, 1970-86
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127.9 "[Václav] Havel," correspondence, flyers, 1987-1991, nd
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127.10 "Hemingway,"1985-94
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127.11 "Inter-Action," correspondence, brochure, 1982-91
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128.1-6 "Invitations,"1987-2000
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129.1-3 "Invitations" (continued)
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129.4 Mick Jagger and David Bowie projects, 1983-84, 1990-91
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129.5-7 "Lectures-USA and Others" and "Pending Lectures," correspondence, itineraries, contracts, receipt,and flyer, 1981-91.
Holograph lecture notes, primarily on index cards, nd
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130.1 "Methuen,"1983-92
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130.2 "New Orange Tree Theatre,"1990
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130.3 "N[ational] U[nion of] J[ournalists]/[International] Press Institute," correspondence, clipping, brochure, and publications, 1978-79, nd
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130.4 "Other TV Stations," correspondence, contract, and Broadcasting Bill information, 1982-94
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130.5-6 "PEN" (Poets, Essayists, and Novelists), correspondence, 1983-93.
Photocopy typescript draft of introduction to Published and Be Damned: Cartoons for International PEN, 1987; holograph lecture notes, [1985]; membership cards, 1983-93; flyers, 1984-86; two issues of THE PEN, 1984 and 1985; minutes and notices of meetings 1983-88; financial report, 1984
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130.7 "Pinter" correspondence, 1986-94.
Clippings, 1944, 1990; photocopy typescripts and holograph works by Harold Pinter, including "Latest Reports from the Stock Exchange,""Precisely,""Restaurant,""Poem,""Mountain Language," and a letter to the editors of The New York Review; photocopy draft transcript of "A Play and Its Politic" interview between Pinter and Nick Hern, 1985
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130.8 "Playwrights Company/Co-operative," correspondence, reports, brochures, and clippings, 1983-94
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130.9 "Radio,"1993-94
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130.10 "Rowholt Theater-Verlag," correspondence, clippings, 1982-87
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131.1-3 "Royal National Theatre," correspondence, brochures, flyers, annual report, minutes of meetings, press releases, clippings, i.d. card, and photocopy typescript draft of spoken prologue, 1976, 1982-95, nd
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131.4 "Royal Shakespeare Company,"1984-92
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131.5 "Samuel French Ltd.," correspondence, invoices, royalty statement, and photocopy revision pages, 1981-92
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66.6 Letters from Stoppard, commenting on various screenplay scripts ( Beethoven, Dangerous Woman, Dummies, and Stop or My Mom Will Shoot), April, May, Sept. 1991, nd
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37.1-2 Correspondence from Stoppard to Anthony C. H. Smith, 19[62]-19[93]
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131.6 "Soc[iety] of Authors/Lit. Soc. R[oyal] S[ociety of] L[iterature],"1989-94
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131.7 "Sutton Place"--proposed play re. Anne Boleyn, correspondence; photocopy typescript of "The Story of Sutton Place" by Stephen Tudsbery-Turner; brochures, 1982-83
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131.8 "Universal [Pictures]," correspondence, receipts, itineraries, agreement, 1991-93
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131.9 "Yugoslavia/Croatia Ben Simms/[Srdjan] Soric,"1989-94
Subseries B: Political, Human Rights, and Charitable Organizations Correspondence, 1973-99
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37.3-5 Human rights organizations: Index on Censorship, Writers & Scholars Educational Trust, Campaign Against Psychiatric Abuse for Political Purposes, Amnesty International, and others, 1975-79, 1988
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132.1-4 "Causes" and "Appeals,"1979-94
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132.5 Stoppard Charitable Trusts, 1991-94
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132.6 "[Tom and Miriam Stoppard's Charitable] Trust B/F when Funds,"1990-93
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133.1-5 "Patron File,""Patronage,"1978-92
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133.6 "War Child," correspondence, brochure, holograph and faxed typescript essay draft by Stoppard, 1993-98
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133.7-8 Amnesty International, 1981-94
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37.6 "Czechoslovakia File,"1978
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134.1-3 Czech Republic File, including the Charta 77 Foundation, correspondence, brochures, Alexander Goldscheider documents, and Frantisek Janouch report, 1982-94
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134.4 Visit to Prague, 1981.
(WSET)
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134.5 Jana Cervenková (writer and columnist, chair of Committee for Imprisoned Writers of the Czech Centre of International PEN, winner of Tom Stoppard Award), clippings and photographs, 1999
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134.6 Jan Hus Educational Foundation, correspondence, annual reports, minutes of meetings, 1981-94
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134.7 Olga Havel Foundation: A Committee of Good Will, correspondence, photographs, and brochure, 1991-92
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134.8 U.K. Committee for the Defence of the Unjustly Persecuted (CDUP), 1982-86
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37.7 Photographs--Eastern European trips, [1977]
Negatives--Eastern European trips
(RESTRICTED)
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134.9 International Association on the Political Use of Psychiatry (IAPUP), correspondence and bulletins, 1983-92
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134.10-11 Jewish Organizations and Issues, correspondence, 1988, typescript with holograph revisions by Stoppard, brochures, newsletters, and clippings, 1979, 1982-93
National Council for Soviet Jewry -- Roll Call at the National Theatre, 1986
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135.1 Research material, 1981-86
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135.2-3 "Yes[e]s"
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135.4 "Nos"
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135.5-7 Correspondence, lists of invitees, records of responses, lists of readers, notes, schedules, invoices, indemnity papers, flyer, press releases, photocopy signatures, 1985-86
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136.1-3 List of names read
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136.4 Photographs and clippings
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136.5 Poland File, correspondence, newsletter, publications, clipping, 1981-94
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38.1-2 "Russia File,"1973-81
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136.6-7 Writers and Scholars Educational Trust (WSET), correspondence, reports, minutes of meetings, clippings, flyers, publications, 1980-94; script and material relating to film The Censor, 1985
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137.1-5 Writers and Scholars Educational Trust (continued)
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137.6 Index on Censorship 25th Anniversary Celebration, correspondence and photographs, 1997
Subseries C: Declined Proposals, 1978-99
"Projects Declined"
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138.1-2 1995-99
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138.3-7 April 1991-Sept. 1994
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139.1-3 April 1991-Sept. 1994
(continued)
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139.4-7 [Nov. 1987]-April 1991
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140.1-4 [Nov. 1987]-April 1991
(continued)
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38.3-6, 39.1-4 1979, 1982-87
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140.5-6 1978-March 1987



Series IV: Legal and Personal Material, 1939, 1944, 1966-2000, nd
7.5 boxes

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53.5 Diary sheets, original and faxed typescript pages with holograph revisions, April-May 1993, nd
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140.7-9 "Diary Sheets,"[1990], Feb. 1995-Oct. 1996, 1998
Appointment Books
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141.1 1969, 1970
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141.2 1978
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141.3 1980
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141.4 Items removed from 1980 appointment book
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141.5 1981
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141.6 Items removed from 1981 appointment book
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141.7 1982
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141.8 Items removed from 1982 appointment book
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142.1 1983
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142.2 Items removed from 1983 appointment book
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142.3 1984
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142.4 Items removed from 1984 appointment book
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142.5 1985
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142.6 Items removed from 1985 appointment book
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143.1 1986
(pocket-sized)
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143.2 1986
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143.3 Items removed from 1986 appointment book
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143.4 1987
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143.5 Items removed from 1987 appointment book
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143.6 1988
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143.7 Items removed from 1988 appointment book
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144.1 1989
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144.2-3 Items removed from 1989 appointment book
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144.4 1990
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144.5 Items removed from 1990 appointment book
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144.6 1991
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144.7 Items removed from 1991 appointment book
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145.1 1992
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145.2 Items removed from 1992 appointment book
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145.3 1993
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145.4 Items removed from 1993 appointment book
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145.5 Visitor book, 1978, 1991, 1996, nd
Awards and Honors
(see also Photographs)
Royal Television Society Writers Award certificate, 1978
(Oversize Box 5, folder 2)
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145.7 Certificates from the National Press Club, 1979, and the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, 1986
(Two copies of certificates from the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, one housed in Oversize Box 5, folder 2)
Tom Stoppard Day Proclamation certificate, Philadelphia, 1996
(Oversize Box 5, folder 2)
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145.8 Evening Standard Drama Awards programs and clippings, 1968-93
Honorary degrees:
1976
(Oversize Box 9)
1984
(Oversize Box 5, folder 2)
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145.9 American Academy of Achievement publications, 1999
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146.1-2 Bank Account Statements, Robert Bennett & Partners, July 1967-Dec. 1974
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39.5 Legal documents, 1966-72, nd.
Photocopy marriage, divorce, and birth certificates and 1967 British passport
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146.3 Passport, 1971
Images of Stoppard
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39.6 Photographs, nd
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146.4-5 Photographs, [1939], 1960-1995, nd
(see also Oversize Box 8)
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146.6 Stoppard, Mel Gussow, and Timberlake Wertenbaker, at Flair Symposium at the University of Texas, Nov. 1996
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146.7 Stoppard, Havel, and others during Stoppard's visit to the Czech Republic, 1998
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146.8 Photographs of Stoppard receiving honorary degrees, 1984, 1988, 2000
(see also Oversize Box 9)
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39.7 Photograph by Antonia Reeve of "An Interpretation of Tom Stoppard" by Edith Simon, with note from Simon on it, 1979
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146.9 Polaroid of painting of Stoppard by John Bratby, nd
Ink caricature of Stoppard by Harrison, for Theatre Australia, nd
(Oversize Box 5, folder 5)
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146.10 Pencil sketches of Tom and Miriam Stoppard by P.T.M., 1977
Pencil portrait of Stoppard by R.L.G., nd
(Oversize Box 5, folder 6)
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145.6 Typescript lists of productions, [1990], 1994, 1995
Memorabilia
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39.8 Report card, armband, and press card, 1944, nd
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39.9 Program for Les Frères Perverts, auction catalog of cricket paintings, and clippings on miscellaneous subjects, 1968, 1987, nd
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53.6 Clipping of a photograph of Stoppard and Shashi Kapoor, from Mid-Day, 2 Nov. 1992
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66.9 Items removed from Stoppard's notice board, primarily clippings, 1992-93, nd
(see also Oversize Box 6)
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146.11-13 Clippings on miscellaneous subjects, pamphlets, Jacob Bronowski tribute program, Stary Teatr booklet, American Conservatory Theatre tenth anniversary booklet, 44 Celebrity Eyes in a Museum Storeroom; memorabilia, and keepsakes, 1970-2000
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53.7 Service of Thanksgiving for the Life and Work of Richard Imison, 1936-1993, printed program with holograph notes by Stoppard, 7 May 1993
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53.8 "An Appeal to Re-Build Shakespeare's Original Globe Theatre," printed booklet, Jan. 1993
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66.8 Holograph fragments re. Roger Scruton's A Short History of Modern Philosophy,nd; the John Whiting Award, nd; and Paul and Marigold Johnson, 28 July 1993
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146.14 Sotheby's catalogue, March 1979.
With Richard Davies Autographs catalog page, nd
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147.1-3 Theater programs and flyers: Balmoral by Michael Frayn; Bent by Martin Sherman; Dancing at Lughnasa by Brian Friel; Fiddler on the Roof; Hamlet; The Importance of Being Earnest;Invisible Friends by Alan Ayckbourn; Much Ado About Nothing; Needles & Opium by Robert Lepage; Peer Gynt; Richard II; The School for Scandal; Starlight Express by Andrew Lloyd Webber and Richard Stilgoe; The Taming of the Shrew; Tartuffe; Translations by Brian Friel
Proofs and reproductions of posters, advertisements, and book covers designed by Winslow Pinney Pels and McCaffrey and McCall, Inc.: Texas Opera Theater's Of Mice and Men; Empire State Youth Theatre Institute's A Midsummer's Night Dream and Beauty and the Beast; various PBS productions, including Comedy of Errors, Coriolanus, Importance of Being Earnest, Love's Labour's Lost, Pericles, and Two Gentlemen of Verona; Pinocchio; and others; Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice's Jesus Christ Superstar
(Material removed to Oversize Box 2, folder 1; except Jesus Christ Superstar, removed to Oversize Folder 5)
Periodicals:
The Black Dwarf, six issues, 1968-69.
(Oversize Box 6)
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147.4-5 Encore, vol. 9, no. 6, Nov./Dec. 1962 and vol. 11, no. 1, Jan./Feb. 1964.
Evergreen, vol. 11, no. 49, Oct. 1967.
Flair, December 1971.
Plays and Players, vol. 26, no. 4, Jan. 1979.
The Realist, no. 35.
The Running Man, vol. 1, no. 1.
Theatre Quarterly, vol. 1, no. 2, April-June 1971.
Universities' Poetry Four, 1962.



Series V: Works by Other Authors, 1967-94, nd
3 boxes

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147.6 Anderson, Bill. Creatures of Light, printed script, 3 March 1992.
With letter from Katherine Hedderly and Bill Anderson, 21 April 1992
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147.7 Blackmore, D. K. and C. M. Young. "Some Observations on the Diseases of Brunus edwardii (Species nova)," reprinted from The Veterinary Record, nd
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147.8 Burnet, R. A. L. "Did Shakespeare Make Fun of His Patron, James I?," photocopy of typescript with holograph corrections, nd
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147.9 De Musset, Alfred. Lorenzaccio--translated by Beynon John, composite original and photocopy typescript draft, with letter to John Russell-Brown of the National Theatre, 5 July 1974
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40.1 Figg, Christopher. Film treatment of Zuleika Dobson by Max Beerbohm, photocopy typescript, bound, Nov. 1984.
With letter from Figg to Stoppard, 7 Dec. 1984
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147.10 Frisch, Max. Biography--translated by Geoffrey Skelton, "Tentative version," bound photocopy typescript, March 1967
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40.2 Gartland, Tomás. The Ashes of Jan Palach, photocopy typescript, bound, 1982.
With letter from Martin Esslin to Stoppard, 30 Oct. 1982
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147.11 Harrison, Tony. Phaedra Britannica,"Preliminary Draft," mimeo typescript, nd
Havel, Václav
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148.1 The Beggar's Opera, photocopy typescript of English translation, 1975
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40.3 The Rescuers [The Conspirators], [translated by Vera Blackwell], photocopy typescript, nd.
With note from George Theiner to Stoppard, 8 March 1984
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148.2 "Six Asides about Culture," Charta 77 Foundation offprint from A Besieged Culture: Czechoslovakia Ten Years after Helsinki, Aug. 1984
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148.3 Horovitz, Michael. Poetry,nd; photocopy essay from The Spectator, 1974; New Departures newsletter, nd
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148.4 James, Clive. "A Letter to Tom Stoppard" holograph draft; tearsheet from New Statesman, 9 May 1975
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40.4 Johnson, Paul. "The Media and the Presidency" carbon typescript, nd
Konecni, Vladimir J.
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40.5 The Boomerang, photocopy typescript, 1988
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40.6 The Life and Times of Geoff "The Mask," His Eunochs, and His Harem, photocopy typescript, 1988
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148.5 Linklater, Eric. "The Matter of Scotland," photocopy of typescript with holograph corrections, nd
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148.6 Mamet, David and Shel Silverstein. Things Change, bound photocopy typescript, March 1987
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148.7 Miller, Arthur I. "Aesthetics and Representation in Art and Science," reprinted from Languages of Design. Two inscribed copies, one with holograph notations, 1994
Pinter, Harold.
(see "Pinter" correspondence file, folder 130.7)
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40.7 Reichardt, Jasia. The History of the Future [film treatment], photocopy typescript, bound, 1986.
With enclosure letter from Daniel Wolf of Everyman to Stoppard, 27 May 1986, and letter from Stoppard to Wolf, 6 June 1986
Saunders, James
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148.8 After Liverpool, bound photocopy typescript, nd
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148.9 Hans Kohlhaas,"Prompt" copy, bound photocopy of typescript with holograph revisions, [1972]; issue of cue, no. 6, Feb./March 1973
(see also Oversize Box 6)
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148.10 Shaffer, Peter. Yonadab (play based on the novel The Rape of Tamar by Dan Jacobson), bound mimeo typescript, Feb. 1985
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148.11 Sheridan, Richard Brinsley. The Critic, bound photocopy typescript with holograph revisions by Stoppard, nd
Smith, Anthony C. H.
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148.12 "Structures of a Cancer," in alta, Summer 1967
"The Toffside Rule," for New Society, galley proofs with holograph revisions [by Smith], nd
(galley files)
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148.13 Zero Summer, photocopy of typescript with holograph revisions, nd.
With letter [from Stoppard] to Smith, 20 Oct.
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148.14 Snodin, David. A Game Called Arthur, bound photocopy typescript, nd
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149.1 Soens, Adolph L., "King Lear III.iv.62-65: A Fencing Pun and Staging," reprinted from English Language Notes, vol. vi, no. 1, Sept. 1968, and "Lawyers, Collusions and Cudgels: Middleton's Anything for a Quiet Life, I.i.220-221" reprinted from English Language Notes, vol. vii, no. 4, June 1970.
Inscribed copies
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149.2 Sondheim, Stephen, with book by James Lapine. Sunday in the Park with George, bound photocopy typescript, Nov. 1983
Stoppard, Barnaby
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66.10 Fragment of screenplay by Stoppard's son, faxed typescript page, 5 April 1994
"Bingo Bob" screenplay. Notes by Tom Stoppard
(see "Paradise and Purgatory" notebook, Folder 121.21)
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149.3 "Moses: The Horror Mov[i]e" typescript, nd
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149.4 Stout, Boris. "A Tough Egg to Poach"--screenplay," Draft Five," photocopy typescript, 6 Oct. 1993.
With letter to Stoppard, 30 Oct. 1993
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149.5 Valachova, Marie. The Light --English translation, photocopy of typescript with holograph corrections, nd
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40.8 Wallace, Jonathan. Versions [Radio play], thermofax typescript, June 1975.
With letter from Wallace to Stoppard, 29 Oct. 1976



Tom Stoppard Papers--Index of Correspondents

  • A. Buckingham Ltd. ( Tony Buckingham, Kathy Randell)--138.4, 139.2
  • A.C. Frost and Co. (___ Finch)--125.5
  • A Contemporary Theatre (Seattle, Wash.) ( Peggy Shannon)--72.4
  • ACTER (Alliance for Creative Theatre, Education and Research)--53.2
  • A/NY Theatre Company ( Kari Luther, Andrew W. Sellon)--82.3, 125.3, 139.5
  • Aberdeen University Television Ltd. ( John H. Scobbie)--142.4
  • Abrahams, Doris Cole--31.6
  • Abrahams, Joy--35.4
  • Abramowitz, Richard (see Cinecom)
  • Abse, Dannie--135.2
  • Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences--128.1
  • Academy of Nail Technology ( Midge Killen)--144.3
  • Ackerman, Diane--38.5-6, 129.5
  • Ackland, Joss, 1928- --135.2
  • Action Against AIDS ( Elizabeth Davies, Anne-Marie Thompson)--133.4
  • Action on Smoking and Health (Organization) ( David Simpson)--140.2
  • Action Research for the Crippled Child ( Gyles Daubeney Brandreth, 1948-)-- 37.5, 124.5
  • Actors Centre ( Sheila Hancock, 1933-; Ian Pettit; Katherine Mutton)--38.4, 38.6, 124.2, 128.1
  • Actors' Charitable Trust ("Ted"Edward Hardwicke)--128.5, 132.5
  • Actors' Theatre of Louisville (Michael Bigelow Dixon)--139.4
  • Adams, Betsy--34.11
  • Adams, Douglas, 1952- --128.3
  • Adams, Guy--124.2
  • Adams, Michael, 1920- --37.5
  • Adams, Richard--135.3
  • Addenbrooke's Hospital (Cambridge, England) ( John Butterfield, J. O. Hunter, M. K. Johns)--133.1
  • Adelaide Festival--10.4
  • Adlai E. Stevenson College ( Dennis McElrath)--129.5
  • Adler, Rosina (see Ramsay, Margaret "Peggy")
  • Advanced Level Studies: English (Television program) ( Geoff Wilson)--126.7
  • Adventures in Motion Pictures (Dance Company)--128.2
  • After Dark (Television program) ( Kathy Ceaton)--127.2, 139.7
  • Age Concern Liverpool ( Mary Thomas)--133.1
  • Agree, Emily--93.12
  • Ahmanson Theatre (Ronnie___)--87.4
  • Ahrends, Günter, 1937- --39.1
  • Aid for Addicts and Family ( Ann Stoker)--132.3
  • Aids Crisis Trust ( Marguerite Littman, Stephen Spender)--128.2, 139.2, 139.6
  • Aiken, Graeme ( Warwick University Drama Society)--82.3
  • Air Bridge Association ( Jim Auton)--124.2
  • Aitken, Jonathan, 1942- --35.6
  • Aitkin, Maria--135.2
  • Akademie der Künste (Berlin, Germany) ( Günter Grass, 1927-; Giselher Klebe)--38.3
  • Akerman, Nordal, 1941- ( Institute for Futures Studies)--125.3
  • Alabama Shakespeare Festival ( Simon Bovinett, Kathy Dell, Martin L. Platt)--114.7, 114.8
  • Alan Jay Lerner Appreciation Society ( Bill Godward)--126.4
  • Aldershot Army Display Office ( Lt. Colonel Clarke)--125.4
  • Aldiss, Brian Wilson, 1925- --135.2
  • Alexander, H. G.--39.1
  • Alexander Vigil Committee ( Athanasius Hart)--134.11
  • Alexander-Willis, Hope--34.11, 35.6
  • Alfred A. Knopf, Inc. ( Barbara Bristol)--140.4
  • Algonquin Hotel, New York ( Andrew Anspach)--22.10
  • Allard, Joe--38.6
  • Allbrook, David (see Amnesty International)
  • Allen, Sheila, 1932- --36.1, 72.5
  • Alliance Viva Film ( Joanne Senécal)--144.7
  • Allister, David--13.6
  • All-Party Parliamentary Group on Tibet ( Peter Archer, 1926-; Lord David Ennals; Paul Secher)--128.6, 135.5, 135.7, 143.3
  • Allsebrook, Vicki--138.3
  • Allsorts Productions Ltd. ( John Bassett)--39.2
  • Almedia Theatre ( Neal Ascherson, Philip Spedding)--130.5, 139.7
  • Almog, ___--127.2
  • Alpha Delta Phi Fraternity ( Andree M. Saulnier)--38.4
  • Alschner, Uwe--121.19
  • Alton, David--135.2
  • Altschuler, Jane--139.7, 140.1
  • Altwood of Slough ( Malcolm Rogers)--125.3
  • Always Productions ( Jim Bissell)--125.6
  • Amarant Trust ( Teresa E. Gorman)--133.2
  • Ambassador of France--129.2
  • Amber Lane Press ( Judith Scott)--138.6
  • Amblin Entertainment (Firm) ( Sarah Bowman, Marty Cohen, Barbara Harley, Cathy Konrad, Kathleen Kennedy, Frank Marshall, Kathleen Miranda, Deborah Jelin Newmyer, Bonne Radford, Mary Radford, Jo Shilling, Alex Siskin, Steven Spielberg, Mary Webb)--8.5-7, 69.19-20, 83.10, 84.11, 94.4, 112.1, 125.3, 125.6, 129.3, 143.7, 144.5
  • American Academy of Arts and Sciences ( Frank H. Westheimer)--126.2
  • American Center of P.E.N. ( Karen Kennerly, Norman Mailer, Tamara Moskowitz)--130.5
  • American Cinematheque--128.5
  • American Conservatory Theatre ( William "Bill" Ball, Joy Carlin, Mary Garrett, Edward Hastings, Carey Perloff, Dennis Powers, Jack F. Sharrar, 1949-)--72.4, 87.4, 124.1, 124.3, 124.6, 125.1-3, 141.6, 144.5
  • American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research ( Ben J. Wattenberg)--139.1
  • American Focus ( Susan L. Schwartz)--39.1
  • American Foreign Policy Council ( Monique Garnier-Lancon, Herman Pirchner)--39.1
  • American Friends of Sixty-Eight Publishers--134.1
  • American Hotel ( Kitty de Mey)--124.2
  • American Museum of the Moving Image ( Linda LeRoy Janklow)--129.2
  • American Spectator (Lou Ann Sabatier)--39.1
  • American Theatre Wing ( Isabelle Stevenson, 1915-)--35.3
  • Amersham College of Further Education Art and Design ( Marjorie Stockley)--140.3
  • Amersham Round Table ( Richard Harris)--38.3
  • Amiel, Barbara--72.5
  • Amis, Kingsley--124.6, 134.4, 135.2, 140.5
  • Amnesty International ( David Allbrook; Helen Bamber; Maureen Connelly; Lloyd Davies; Pat Duffie; Raoul Granqvist, 1940-; Valerie Holman; Delayne Loppert; Anna Moore; John Plummer; Edward Pringle; Win Southam; Gordon Spence; Lindsay Stewart; David Trent; Charles Loch; Peter Luff; Seàn O'Hanrahan; Peter Walker)--37.5, 38.1, 38.4, 133.7, 139.2
  • Amnesty International (Amsterdam) ( Han Verduin)--133.8
  • Amnesty International Australia ( Bernard Mogielnicki)--133.7
  • Amnesty International. British Section ( Ann Aljabar, Diane Allard, Reeve Berman, G. J. Britton, G eoffrey Chandler, Patti Church, Frances Crook, Colin Crouch, Nicolette David, Daphne Davies, Pat Duffy, Claire Feinstein, Penny Furniss, Andy Hackman, Denise Hudson, Janet Johnstone, Dan Jones, Jen Kershaw, Elizabeth Kiss, Koon Kiu Li, Helen Lindsay, J. K. D. Marks, Anne Milijic, Ray Mitchell,Diana Morant, Anne Morrison, Madeleine Oswald, Caroline Pecover, Edward Pringle, Alison Sanderson, Jacqueline Saunders, Jean Sell, Lindsay Stewart, Chantal Stokely, Sarah Thomley, Margaret Willis, Alison Wright)--125.3, 133.7, 133.8
  • Amnesty International. Campaign for the Disappeared ( John Bowen, Robert Dawson, Genevieve Dexter)--139.2, 144.7
  • Amnesty International. International Secretariat--133.8
  • Amnesty International USA ( Thomas Gill, John Ratnaswamy, Tom Szentgyorgyi)--133.7-8
  • Ampleforth College--125.5
  • Anderson, Bill--147.6
  • Anderson, Herbert P.--35.6
  • Anderson, Lindsay, 1923- --35.6, 135.4
  • Anderson, Miles--35.6
  • André Deutsch (Firm) (T. G. "Tom" Rosenthal)--38.4
  • Andreae, Christopher (see Christian Science Monitor)
  • Andrei Sakharov Institute ( Allan Wynn)--134.11, 142.4
  • Andres, Barbara--22.10
  • Andretta, Richard A., 1941- --124.4
  • Andrews, Dennis--36.2
  • Andrews, John F. (John Frank), 1942- --24.6, 34.11, 39.3, 129.6, 140.5
  • Angel, Daniel--124.6
  • Anglo-Argentine Society ( A. Alan Tabbush)--129.2, 139.7, 140.4
  • Anglo-Czechoslovak Welfare Association ( J. Lang)--134.2
  • Anglo-Nordic Productions Trust ( Patrick Colquhoun)--141.8
  • Anglo-Portuguese Foundation ( Eugénio Lisboa)--34.11
  • Annan, Noel Gilroy
  • Annan, Baron, 1916- --35.5, 135.2, 135.4
  • Annand, Simon--39.1
  • Antal, Dan, 1954- --124.3, 126.2
  • Anthoine, Robert--35.1, 35.6, 39.1
  • Anthony Blond Ltd. ( Anthony Blond)--36.2
  • Anti-Nazi League (Great Britain) ( Paul Holborow, Sabby Sagall)--37.5, 133.5
  • Antiquarian Booksellers' Association--128.6, 143.7, 144.5, 144.7, 145.2
  • Antique (Alistair Hicks)--53.4, 138.4-5
  • Anvil Press Poetry (London, England) ( Peter Jay, 1945-; Julie Sterland)--132.2
  • Any Amount of Books ( Nigel Burwood)--126.4
  • Any Questions? (Television program) (Carole Stone)--141.4
  • Appel, Carole S.--72.4
  • Applied Resources Corporation ( Jean Lothian)--39.2
  • Archer, Bryan and Mavis--129.2
  • Archer, Jeffrey, 1940- (and Mary)--128.2
  • Archer, Peter, 1926- --135.5
  • Archer, Will--125.3, 139.2
  • Architectural Digest (Mary Chesterfield, Kelly Vencill Maggio, Paige Rense)--38.5, 39.1, 138.2
  • Arena (Radio program) (John Silver)--138.4
  • Arena Stage (Organization: Washington, D. C.) ( Thomas C. Fichandler, Zelda Fichandler, Alan Schneider, Doug Wager)--35.3, 36.1, 36.7, 100.6, 124.5
  • Ariel Books ( Tom Durwood)--38.5, 141.8
  • Ariel Productions Ltd. (see also Plaschkes, Otto)--38.5-6, 39.1, 132.4
  • Arlon, Deke--35.1, 143.3, 143.7
  • Arlon Music Ltd. ( D & J Arlon Enterprises Ltd.) ( Deke Arlon, W. B. G. Tansley)--114.8
  • Arlott, John (Paxton and Whitfield Cheese Club)--35.3, 81.12
  • Armada Theatre Productions Ltd. ( Andrew Welch)--87.4
  • Armistice Festival ( Tim Cross)--38.3
  • Armitstead, Claire--139.7
  • Armstrong, Hirsch and Levine ( Barry Tyerman)--112.4
  • Arnold & Richter Cine Technik ( Annie Wimbert)--111.8
  • Art Institute of Chicago. School. Poetry Center ( Maxine Chernoff, 1952-)--39.3
  • Art Newspaper ( Anna Somers Cocks)--139.2
  • Art Quarterly ( John Bratby, 1928-)--140.1
  • Arthur Miller Centre ( C. W. E. Bigsby)--139.6, 140.1
  • Article 19 (Organization) ( Carmel Bedford, Kevin Boyle, Martin Ennals, William Shawcross)--121.19, 128.2, 128.4, 136.6, 137.2, 140.3
  • Artists Association International ( Brian K. Saunders)--139.7
  • Arts Catalyst ( Vivienne Glance, Nicola Triscott)--138.3, 138.4
  • Arts Centre Group ( Alby James)--39.2
  • Arts Council of Great Britain ( Dennis Andrews, Ian Brown, Kathleen Hamilton, Charles Hart, Keith Jeffery, Fiona McKenzie, Kate Marsh, Peter G. Palumbo)--36.2, 126.3, 128.3-4, 128.6, 130.8, 131.2, 132.2, 138.5, 138.6, 139.1, 139.6, 144.7
  • Arts Education Forum ( Malcolm Ross, 1932-)--132.3
  • Arts for the Earth ( Victoria Cliff Hodges)--38.4-5, 132.2, 132.3, 133.4, 140.2
  • Arts Foundation ( Peter G. Palumbo, Prudence Skene)--128.6, 138.4
  • Arts Presentations of Tomorrow ( Letty Sue Albert, Robert Klineman)--38.3, 38.6, 140.3, 140.5
  • Arts Threshold ( Brian Astbury)--125.3
  • Artsbrief ( Brian Edgar)--34.5
  • Arundel Arms ( Anne Voss-Bark)--143.5, 143.7
  • Arvada Center for the Arts and Humanities ( Kathy Hotchner, Linda Goldstein Frickman)--133.7-8
  • Arvon Foundation ( Mrs. Kenneth Clarke, Carol Hughes, Ted Hughes, David Pease)--128.3, 128.5, 133.1-3, 143.5
  • Ashan ( Mark Drewry)--132.1
  • Ashcroft, Peggy, Dame--91.13, 135.4, 144.7
  • Ashdown, Paddy, 1941- --135.4
  • Asher, Jane (see also Ford Martin Fund)--135.2, 142.4
  • Ashton, K. N. Joseph (Time and Vision Film and Video Production)--138.2
  • Ashurst, Lisa J.--124.4
  • Aspel, Michael, 1933- (London Weekend Television)--135.5
  • Aspen Winter Conference & Festival on Theatre & Film (see Arts Presentations of Tomorrow)
  • Associación Argentina de Cultura Inglesa ( Jaime Wright)--138.5
  • Associated-Rediffusion Ltd. (Peter _____)--36.3
  • Association des Amis De Witold Gombrowicz ( Rita Gombrowicz)--140.1
  • Association for a Free Russia ( George Miller)--134.10
  • Association for Business Sponsorship of the Arts ( Sir Simon Hornby, Colin Tweedy)--128.4, 128.6, 129.1-23
  • Association for the Promotion of Humour in International Affairs ( Robert Anthoine)--39.1, 126.2
  • Association internationale de défense des artistes victimes de la répression dans le monde ( Stephen Meldegg)--140.6
  • Association of British Insurers ( M. A. Jones)--144.3
  • Association of British Pharmaceutical Industry (Public Affairs Committee, Ian Wilson)--127.11
  • Association of Cinematograph, Television, and Allied Technicians--35.3
  • Association of Crossroads Care Attendant Schemes Ltd. ( Pat Osborne)--132.3, 133.4
  • Association of European Journalists ( Kevin d'Arcy)--138.6
  • Association of Ukranian Women in Great Britain ( Lessia Krushelnycka)--140.4
  • Astor, David, Hon., 1912- (see also Writers and Scholars Educational Trust)--13.7, 125.3, 132.2, 135.3
  • Astramead Ltd. (Mark _____)--10.4
  • Asylum Aid ( Alasdair Mackenzie)--138.6
  • Atheneum (New York, N. Y.) ( Paula Schwartz)--140.6
  • Atheneum Club, London ( Sally Thorburn)--124.1
  • Atkins, Eileen--125.1
  • Atkins and Walters ( Alan Atkins)--125.4, 142.4
  • Atlantic Bookshop ( Sean Collins)--134.1
  • Attenborough, David, 1926- --135.4
  • Attenborough, Richard and Sheila--36.2, 53.4, 79.5, 124.4, 128.5-6, 129.2
  • auberge du bois prin ( Madame Carrier)--141.8, 142.4
  • Auberjonois, René, 1940- --35.1, 87.4
  • Audio Learning Ltd. ( Joy Shapiro)--39.2
  • Audrey Skirball-Kenis Theatre ( Lisa Sanman)--139.4
  • Aukin, David (see also Channel Four (Great Britain) and Royal National Theatre (Great Britain))--16.8
  • Aulisi, Joseph--73.6
  • aura-pont divadelni a literarni agentura ( Jitka Sloupovà)--120.10, 125.3, 144.7
  • Aurora Productions ( Beatrice Cutler)--133.5
  • Australian-American Fiction & Film Foundation, Inc. ( Norma Jean Richey, 1937-)--140.3
  • Australian Red Cross Society ( Howard J. Baskerville)--132.3
  • Author (London, England: 1890) (Richard Findlater, 1921-)--140.5-6
  • Authors' Club ( Barbara Whelpton)--138.6
  • Authors' Guild (U. S.)--125.5
  • Authors' Licensing and Collecting Society ( Dafydd Wyn Phillips)--127.6
  • Autograph Aid ( Frank Sikora)--132.3
  • Avco Embassy Pictures Corporation ( Paul A. Rosen)--39.4
  • Avenue Productions, Ltd. ( Martin Tickner)--38.6
  • Ayckbourn, Alan, 1939- ( Mobil Touring Theatre)--128.4, 135.4, 145.4
  • Ayer, A. J. (Alfred Jules), 1910- --35.2, 35.5, 36.1
  • Ayer, Frederick--124.6, 125.2
  • Azenberg, Emanuel, 1934- (see Iron Mountain Productions)
  • BBC Continuing Education, Radio ( Erika A. Green, Sarah Rowlands)--141.8
  • BBC Enterprises (Julian Lewis)--127.1
  • BBC Publications (R. C. S. Chown, Roger Fletcher)--125.4, 141.8
  • BBC Radio ( Simon Broughton, Sandra Chalmers, Sam Collyns, George Fischer, Liz Forgan, David Hatch, Margaret Hill, Johnston R. McKay, Jonathan James-Moore, Barbara Longford, Paul Schlesinger, Tom D. Sutcliffe, Edward Taylor, Duncan Thomas)--54.11, 91.12, 125.3, 126.5-6, 128.2, 128.4-5, 142.2, 144.5
  • BBC Radio Drama (BBC Radio 3) ( David Benedictus; Ned Chaillet; John Drummond, 1934-; Alan Drury; Rosemary Hart; Jeremy Howe; Richard Imison; Martin Jenkins; Nicholas Kenyon, 1951-; Shaun MacLoughlin; Jeremy Mortimer; Hilary Norrish; Robin Ray; Paul Schlesinger; Wendy Thompson; John Tydeman; Susan Westwood)--125.3, 126.5-6, 131.6, 143.7
  • BBC Radio 4 (Penny Lawrence, Stephen Sackur)--126.5-6
  • BBC Radio South (Adrian Mourby)--126.5
  • BBC Radio Sussex (Keith Slade)--38.4
  • BBC Radio Wales (Karen Walker)--126.5
  • BBC South Television Features (Colin Rose)--126.7
  • BBC South & West (Rachel Bell, Harriet Bakewell)--126.7, 139.6
  • BBC Study Tapes (Marion Greenwood)--126.6
  • BBC Transcription Services (Ted Dougherty, Bridget Marrow)--126.5-6
  • BBC Wales Television (David Peet)--126.7
  • BBC World Service (Joy Boatman; Lisa Cann; David Hitchinson; Gordon House; Annette Lee; John Newell; Eduard Strouhal, 1928-; Barry Tomalin; Martin Williamson)--109.11, 125.3, 126.5-7
  • BOVTC News--16.8
  • BP Arts Journalism Awards (P. J. Smedley)--128.6
  • Babicki, Krzysztof (Christopher) (Teatr Wybrzeze)--136.5
  • Baby & Co. (Television program)--142.4
  • Baby Watch Appeal (B. Victor Lewis)--133.3
  • Bach, Colette--31.6
  • Bachle, Bill--39.3
  • Bachmann, Lawrence Paul, 1912- --22.10, 39.3
  • Bacon, Philip--91.12
  • Baker, Anthony (Gruffyground Press)--72.5
  • Baker, William, 1944- --126.4
  • Bakewell, Michael--35.4
  • Balfour Diamond Jubilee Trust (Norman H. Morris)--134.11
  • Ball, Aimee Lee--39.1
  • Balliol College (University of Oxford) (Baruch S. Blumberg, James J. Collins)--138.4, 140.1
  • Balogun, Ola, 1945- --100.2
  • Balthazar Pictures (Lawrence Pitkethly)--139.7
  • Bamber, Helen (see Amnesty International)
  • Bancroft, _____--125.5
  • Bancroft Library (Peter E. Hanff; Bonnie Hardwick; James David Hart, 1911-) --22.10, 35.1, 125.3, 125.6, 126.4, 142.6
  • Band Aid (Fund raising enterprise) (Nicola S. Carter, Elizabeth Zub)--132.3, 140.1
  • Banque nationale de Paris--141.6
  • Barak, M. C.--38.5
  • Baranski, Christine--73.6
  • Baratelli, Isabella Micali--126.2
  • Barbican Centre for Arts and Conferences (John Tusa)--124.1
  • Barcelona Film Festival (Mivito Torreiro, Esteve Riambau)--124.4
  • Bare Boards Productions Ltd. (Barry J. C. Purves)--138.2
  • Bareham, Tony--38.6, 139.6
  • Bargate, Tracy--132.5
  • Barkan, Anna--132.5
  • Barker, Juliet R. V.--132.1
  • Barkworth, Peter--35.4, 135.4
  • Barlow, Curtis--129.2
  • Barlow, Patrick--35.5
  • Barlow, Tony--138.3
  • Barnard, Rob--22.9
  • Barnes, Clive, 1927- --125.5
  • Barnes, Julian--128.2, 128.6, 129.1, 138.4
  • Barraclough Carey Productions (Nancy Fraser)--139.3
  • Barratt, Michael--135.4
  • Barratt-Pugh, Stella Marie--125.5
  • Barriball, Lucy--73.6
  • Barritt, Chris--72.4
  • Barron, Iann--138.2
  • Barry A. Menes & Associates (William E. Johnson)--140.6
  • Barry J. Mishon Associates Ltd. (Barry J. Mishon)--139.5
  • Bartlet, Carina--72.5
  • Bartram, George--35.1
  • Baruch, Bernard--35.1
  • Basic, Relja--125.5
  • Bassan, Maurice--13.7
  • Bassen, Lois Shapley--39.1
  • Bassetlaw Association of Arts (Bryony Leach)--38.3
  • Bate, May--125.3, 134.8
  • Bates, Alan, 1934- --135.5
  • Bates, Patricia M.--135.5
  • Bath Festival (Richard Evans)--142.4
  • Bath Film Festival 1992 (Nick Kilby of Robins Cinemas)--139.1
  • Bath Institute for Rheumatic Diseases (Allan St. J. (Allan St. John) Dixon)--132.4
  • Battino, Rubin--38.5
  • Bavaria Atelier Gesellschaft--4.6, 4.8
  • Bawden, Nina, 1925- --135.2
  • Baylis Programme at English National Opera (Jean Nicholson)--139.7
  • Baynes, T. W.--125.2, 139.4
  • Beal, P. H.--93.12
  • Beaumont, Arthur--93.12
  • Beaumont, W. B.--135.4
  • Beaver Country Day School (H. Edinburgh)--125.5
  • Beck, Jill--13.6, 16.4, 34.11, 124.6
  • Becker, Harold--8.5, 94.15
  • Becker, Sylvia--38.1
  • Beckett International Foundation Annenberg/Beckett Fellowship (James Knowlson)--128.4, 133.3
  • Beckett, Samuel, 1906- --95.11
  • Bede, Paul--128.4
  • Bedford, Brian, 1935- --125.1
  • Bedford, David--138.4
  • Beeson, Jack, 1921- --31.6
  • Behm, Marc--8.6
  • Beland, Tracey--35.1
  • Belben, Rosalind, 1941- --132.3
  • Belfast (Ship) (F. Anthony Collins)--129.3
  • Belgrade Theatre (Ed Thomason)--31.6
  • Bell Inn (Aston Clinton) Ltd. (Patsy Harris)--144.5
  • Bell, Quentin (and Olivia)--36.1, 39.4, 125.1-2
  • Bell, Rudolph M.--38.5
  • Bellarmine College (Louisville, Ky.) (Thomas A. Greenfield)--139.7
  • Belmont Soviet Jewry (Rosalind Schogger)--38.5
  • Belmont Synagogue Soviet Jewry Group (Daniel Caspi)--134.10
  • Benham, Pameli--35.6
  • Benn, Tony, 1925- --135.4
  • Bennell, Maurice--138.6
  • Bennett, Alan, 1934- --35.5, 125.3, 135.4
  • Bennett, Derek--17.3
  • Bennett-Goodman, Tim (see Birmingham Festival of Readers and Writers)
  • Benson, Peter M. (Coopers & Lybrand)--72.5
  • Bent, Simon--131.2
  • Bentinck, Tim--72.4
  • Bentley & Co.--128.2
  • Benton, Robert--55.7, 72.4
  • Berenblut, Sally--135.5
  • Beresford, M. W. (Maurice Warwick), 1920- --22.10
  • Berger, Glen--125.3, 139.4
  • Berkhamsted School (C. J. Driver)--39.1
  • Berlin, Isaiah, Sir--135.4
  • Berlins, Marcel, 1941 - (see London Weekend Television, Ltd.)
  • Berman, Ed (see Inter-Action Trust)
  • Berman, Phillip L.--39.1, 140.5
  • Bermans (Firm) (Scott McKay)--111.8
  • Bernard Shaw Society (St. John Harley)--35.4
  • Bernard Sunley Bldg.--125.5
  • Berne, Martina--138.4
  • Bernini Group (June Rowell)--124.4, 144.2
  • Berthoud, Jacques--39.3
  • Bertrand Russell Peace Foundation (Ken Coates)--38.1, 38.4
  • Besset, Jean-Marie--72.3
  • Best, Keith--135.2
  • Beswick, Zanna--125.3, 139.2
  • Bethell, Nicholas William, Baron Bethell, 1938- --135.3
  • Bibliographische Institut (Mannheim, Germany) (Gerhard Kwiatkowski)--31.8
  • Biblioteka Knjizevna smotra (Irena Luksic, 1953-)--131.9
  • Biffs, Murray--124.3
  • Big Issue (Paul Sussman)--138.3
  • Biggs-Davison, John Alec, 1918- --135.2
  • Bigsby, C. W. E.--35.6, 39.2, 124.6, 125.3, 139.6, 140.1
  • Bill Evans Public Relations (Bill Evans)--22.10, 23.2, 139.1
  • Bill Kenwright Ltd. (Bill Kenwright)--73.6, 114.7
  • Billington, Michael, 1939- --13.6, 42.6, 124.5, 125.7
  • Billot, Régine--143.5
  • Billy B. Productions (Arlene _____, Karen_____)--73.13, 125.3
  • Binnie, Briony--34.11, 35.1
  • Bird, Dickie--13.7
  • Birk, _____, Baroness--135.2
  • Birkett, Michael, 1929- --35.5, 140.6
  • Birkhäuser Boston, Inc. (Teresa Sala) (see also Peters, Klaus) --35.1
  • Birlington, Rachel--135.2
  • Birmingham Festival of Readers and Writers (Tim Bennett, Jim Crace, Kate Organ)--39.1, 39.3, 140.3
  • Birmingham Interdenominational Committee for Soviet Jewry (Jeanne Glenn)--134.10
  • Birmingham Repertory Theatre (Bill Alexander)--138.1, 138.4
  • Birmingham University (D. G. Lewis)--133.1
  • Birt, Michael--124.3, 126.1
  • Birthright (Vivienne Parry)--132.2
  • Bishop, Thomas, 1929- --38.6
  • Biziou, Paul--111.8, 112.1
  • Black, Conrad, Mrs.--128.2
  • Black Dwarf (London: 1968)--36.2
  • Black Spring Press (Simon Pettifor)--139.6
  • Blacker, Jacob--35.2
  • Blacker, Thetis--35.3
  • Blackford, Richard, 1954- --35.3
  • Blackman, Carolyn--35.3
  • Blackwell, Vera--36.7-8
  • Bladon, Richard--139.2
  • Blair, Isla--34.11, 135.2
  • Blake, Paul--37.5
  • Blakely, Colin--135.4
  • Blakeman, Helen--124.1
  • Blakemore, Michael--135.2
  • Blakemore, Valerie--135.5
  • Blewbury, England (Orchard Dene House) (Peter Saunders)--39.3
  • Blind Summit (Helen Cooper)--37.5
  • Block, Giles (Ipswich Theatre)--95.11
  • Blom-Cooper, Louis Jacques--135.4
  • Blond & Briggs Publishers (Anthony Blond)--36.1
  • Blond, Anthony--36.1-2
  • Bloodaxe Books (Neil Astley)--139.6
  • Bloom, Dekom and Hergott (Melanie Cook, George Davis, Robert Rubin)--79.5, 125.3, 131.8
  • Bloom, Thomas R.--125.5
  • Bloomsbury Publishing Ltd. (Rosemary Davidson, Caroline Michel)--138.6, 140.1
  • Bloomsbury Society (Ian Hall)--38.4
  • Bloomsbury University (Susan Rusinko)--129.6
  • Bloomstein, Rex--66.4
  • Blossoms Hotel--143.3
  • Bluebird (Joel Kissin)--124.1
  • Bly, Mark--39.4
  • B'nai B'rith Music Festival (Jo Velleman)--38.5
  • Boakes, Jennie--109.9
  • Board of Deputies of British Jews (June Jacobs, Lionel Kopelowitz, Hayim Pinner)--134.10-11, 135.5
  • Boban, Ivica--112.3
  • Bocking Theatre Club (Richard Cooper)--105.7
  • Bodley Head (Firm) (Derek Johns)--140.2
  • Body Politic Theatre (Pauline Brailsford, Jennifer Nolan Herron)--114.7-8, 114.10, 144.2
  • Bogarde, Dirk, 1921- --4.8, 35.5, 124.2
  • Bogert, William--22.10
  • Boireau, Nicole (Agrégation Literature Syllabus)--120.10
  • Bolt, Robert--35.5
  • Bonaventura, Bob--35.6
  • Bond, Peter--124.6
  • Bonham Carter, Mark, d.1994 (see also Collins Publishers, T. S. Eliot Centenary Fund, and Writers and Scholars Educational Trust)--135.3, 137.1, 137.3, 140.6, 143.5
  • Bonhoffer Organisation (Television Action Against Collective Homicide) (Danny Smith)--133.8
  • Bonk-Wozniakiewicz, Ewa (Theatr Wybrzeze)--136.5
  • Book Trust (Great Britain) (Martyn Goff)--132.5
  • Bookman, Robert (see also Creative Artists Agency)--22.9
  • Books & Bookmen (Carolyn Hart)--38.6
  • Boorman, Christel--125.5, 143.7
  • Boorman, John, 1933- (and Christel and Katrine) (see also Laurence Olivier, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, and Warner Bros.)--16.2, 35.1, 35.4, 36.1-2, 124.6, 125.1, 125.5, 127.8, 128.6, 129.3, 135.3, 143.5, 143.7
  • Boorn, Liz--121.7
  • Booth, Mark--128.1
  • Bosatra, Sergio--109.9
  • Boston College (Francis W. Sweeney, 1916-)--129.5-6
  • Boston University (John Silber, 1926-)--126.2
  • Botha, P. W. (Pieter Willem)--136.6
  • Boulting, John--125.1
  • Bourez, David--95.11
  • Bourie Travel Inc. (Darlene A. Sehres)--129.6
  • Bourne, Matthew--128.2
  • Bournemouth & Poole College of Art and Design (Michael Gough, John Wrigglesworth)--143.5, 143.7
  • Bovell, Sue--22.9
  • Bowdoin College (Ray _____, Denis Corish)--129.5, 142.4
  • Bowen, John, 1924- --34.11, 36.1, 124.6, 134.4, 135.3
  • Bowie, David--129.4, 135.4
  • Bowles, Constance Crowley--126.4
  • Bowles, Peter, 1936- --135.3
  • Boyd, William, 1952- --135.3
  • Boyle, Charles (Faber and Faber)--42.4, 63.1, 63.8, 92.8-11, 93.8-10, 127.8
  • Boyle, Kevin (see Article 19 and Writers and Scholars Educational Trust)
  • Bozyk, Richard--139.7
  • Bradley, Bill, 1943- --34.11, 135.5
  • Bradshaw, David--39.1
  • Bradshaw, Jon--34.4, 35.4
  • Bragg, Melvyn, 1939- (see also Friends of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Jewish National Library Group and London Weekend Television)--134.4, 135.2, 145.2
  • Braggins, Judy--125.5
  • Brahms, Caryl, 1901- --35.5
  • Braine, Bernard, Sir--135.3
  • Braine, John--135.2
  • Brandenberg Productions, Inc.--144.5
  • Brandman Productions (Michael Brandman, Scott Dewees, Mark Kaplan, Sammy Ledbetter, Karen Merchant, Iris Merlis, Ross Patton)--111.8-9, 112.1-5, 143.7, 144.3
  • Brandreth, Gyles Daubeney, 1948- --37.5, 124.3, 124.5, 133.4-5, 140.2
  • Brassell, Tim, 1953- (see also British Broadcasting Corporation)--38.3, 38.5, 124.5
  • Bratby, John, 1928- --35.6, 140.1, 146.9
  • [Bravington, Sue]--72.5
  • Braybrooke, Neville, 1923- --39.1
  • Brearley, J. M. "Mike"--135.4
  • Brenton, Howard, 1942- --134.4
  • Brewer, Clark & Partners (Peter J. Clark, 1950-)--145.2
  • Brewster, Kingman, 1919- --135.4
  • Brezhnev, Leonid Ilích, 1906- --38.2
  • Brian Lapping Associates (Brian Lapping, Nonny Williams)--125.3, 138.6, 139.6
  • Briarwood Writers' Alliance, Inc. (Bill Thompson)--129.5
  • Brice, Elizabeth--66.7, 72.5-6
  • Bridewell Theatre Company (Carol Metcalfe)--69.10
  • Bridge Lane Theatre (Heather Constantine)--139.6
  • Brien, Nancy Newbold--[35.5], 143.7
  • Briers, Richard--135.2
  • Brighton and Hove Committee for Soviet Jewry (Cecile Woolf)--38.1, 134.11
  • Brighton Festival (Adrian Slack)--129.1, 139.7
  • Brion, Denis J. (Washington and Lee University)--124.4
  • Bristol (England) Grammer School (Emily Lane)--82.3
  • Bristol International Festival of Comedy (Michael Drew)--38.4
  • Bristol International Festival of Fun (Michael Drew)--133.2
  • Bristol Network Producton Centre--38.4, 39.1
  • Bristol Old Vic Theatre Company (Judith Ackroyd; John David; Mark Everett; John Hale; Charles Landstone, 1897-; Geoff Pollock; Paul Unwin)--16.8, 36.3, 125.1, 128.5, 139.5
  • Bristol Old Vic Theatre School (Christopher Denys)--131.9
  • Bristol Polytechnic (W. Tozer)--39.2
  • Bristol United Press Ltd. (David Harrison)--38.5, 124.5
  • Britain Salutes New York. Festival (1983) (Sir Hugh Maxwell Casson, 1910-) --125.4
  • British Academy--128.4
  • British Academy of Film and Television Arts (A. J. Byrne, Michael Grade, Michael Leggo, Dorothy Smith, Aida Young, Charles Wood)--35.1, 111.9, 124.1, 129.3, 138.5, 139.1, 140.2, 144.7
  • British Alcan Aluminum (P. J. H. (Paul Joseph Harry) Rata)--131.1
  • British American Arts Association (Nan S. Levinson)--39.3
  • British American Drama Academy (Anthony Branch)--39.1-2, 132.4
  • British and Commonwealth Merchant Bank (Jorge Gallegos, Adrian Scrope)--111.8-9
  • British Association for Dramatherapists (Roy Shuttleworth)--39.4
  • British Association for the Advancement of Science (John Durant)--139.5, 140.1
  • British Association of the Hard of Hearing (Elizabeth J. Jones, J. Walmsley)--131.9
  • British Broadcasting Corporation (Peter Adam; John Birt; Tim Brassell, 1953-; Roger Cary; Michael Checkland; Robert Clamp; Martin Esslin; Stephen Evans; Michael Gilliam; Patricia Hodgson; Marmaduke Hussey; Richard Imison; Barbara Longford; M. Parotte; Jonathan Powell; Roy Ronnie; Mark Shivas; John Tydeman; Matthew Walters; Keith Williams)--16.8, 34.11, 36.1-3, 38.3, 38.5, 80.14, 124.4, 124.6, 125.1-2, 126.5-126.7, 128.1-2, 128.4-128.6, 129.2-3, 137.4, 141.8, 143.7, 144.3, 145.4
  • British Broadcasting Corporation. Television Service (Mona Adams; Richard Broke; Brian Burron; Ruth Caleb; Sam Collyns; George Faber; Sir Paul Fox; Martin Freeth; Philip French; Christopher Graham; Michael Kerr; Michael Leggo; Robert McNab; Zanna Northam; Nicholas Shakespeare, 1957-; Mark Shivas; Lorraine Singleton; Richard Somerset-Ward; Karen Steyn; David Thompson; Daniel Wolf; Will Wyatt; Alan Yentob)--40.6, 126.7, 127.6, 128.2-4, 128.6, 142.2, 145.2
  • British Centre for Literary Translation (Adam Czerniawski, 1934-)--139.2
  • British Chess Federation (David Norwood)--127.3
  • British Council (Robin Allan; Gillian M. Bate; Wendy Jordan; Ian Keith; Alex Lipinska; Peter Orr; Harriet Harvey Wood, 1934-)--34.4, 105.4-5, 109.9, 125.7, 138.4, 138.7, 142.6, 145.2
  • British Deaf Association (Lorraine Brown, Marquess of Salisbury)--131.9, 143.3
  • British Defence and Aid for Southern Africa (Ethel de Keyser)--126.4, 132.3-4, 133.1
  • British Federation of Festivals for Music, Dance, and Speech (Sir C. A. (Claus Adolf) Moser)--138.5
  • British Film and Television Producers Association (Jane New)--38.5
  • British Film Institute (Colin MacCabe; Philip Dodd; A. C. H. (Anthony Charles H.) Smith, 1935-; Wilf Stevenson; Adrian Turner)--128.5-6, 129.1, 129.3, 137.1, 138.4, 138.6
  • British Friends of the Gdansk Theatre (Jacek Klinowski)--132.6
  • British Institute for Brain Injured Children (Roger Holyoake)--133.4
  • British Institute in Paris (Cynthia Abrioux)--125.3
  • British Library (Brian Lang)--128.2
  • British Life Insurance Trust. Centre for Health Education (W. D. Clarke)--144.2
  • British Museum--128.1-2, 128.5-6
  • British Museum Development Trust (Sir C. A. (Claus Adolf) Moser)--138.3
  • British Petroleum Arts Journalism Awards (P. J. Smedley)--129.3
  • British Satellite Broadcasting (Anthony J. J. Simonds-Gooding)--125.3, 130.4
  • British Screen Advisory Council (Fiona Clarke-Hackston)--138.7
  • British-Spanish Tertulias (Lord Charles Douro)--138.1
  • British Stammering Association (Maggie Hartley)--117.15
  • British Student Theatre Society (J. Bolt, Tim Kelsey, Tobyn Thomas)--38.5-6, 133.4
  • British Telecom (Iain Vallance)--129.2
  • British Theatre Association (Ron Haddon, Sally Meades)--38.5, 132.2, 139.5
  • British Tourist Authority--Oversize Box 5
  • Broadcast (Patricia Williams)--39.2
  • Broadcasting Standards Council (Great Britain) (William Rees-Mogg, 1928-)--139.7
  • Broadhurst, Nicholas--113.7
  • Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS (Yvonne Ghareeb)--124.3
  • Brogger, Frederick--118.8, 125.4
  • Brook Advisory Centres (Alison Hadley)--132.2
  • Brook Productions (Udi Eichler, David Herman)--39.2, 127.2
  • Brooks, Jeremy, 1926- (see Royal Shakespeare Company)
  • Broughton, Panthea Reid--145.4
  • Brouhaha International (Polly Thomas)--138.3
  • Brown, Darryl (re. Anna Wing)--140.1
  • Brown, Irina--34.11
  • Brown, Shirley--34.11
  • Brown, Simon--72.5
  • Brown, Tina (and Harry)--35.4, 38.4, 38.6, 122.6, 125.3, 128.1, 128.5, 130.5, 138.1
  • Brown University (Ros Clark; Philip J. Davis, 1923-)--125.3, 139.5
  • Bruccoli Clark Layman (Jean W. Ross)--125.3, 139.5
  • Brunel University (Stephen L. Bragg, Keith Doughty)--126.3, 128.1, 138.1
  • Brunner, Astrid--35.1, 124.4-5, 139.4
  • Brunton, Gordon C. (International Thomson Organisation) (re. Ralf Dahrendorf)--124.5
  • Bryan, Michael--142.4
  • Bryan, Paul, Sir, 1913- --141.6
  • Bryanston (School) (Elizabeth M. Marsden)--140.3
  • Brychta, Lida and Jan--134.2
  • Bryden, Ronald--36.1-36.3, 125.2
  • Buckingham Corporation--35.6
  • Buckingham Palace (Master of the Household)--124.6, 128.1, 142.6
  • Buckinghamshire County Library (Stephanie Hale)--138.2
  • Buckinghamshire (England). Arts Association (Pat Swell)--39.1
  • Buckinghamshire (England). County Council--125.5
  • Buckman, Rob--141.8
  • Buckton, Henry (Royal British Legion Golden Book of Remembrance)--66.7
  • Buena Vista Home Video (Firm) (Joan Orders)--53.4, 111.8
  • Buena Vista International Film Productions (Michelle Sewell)--128.2
  • Buffler, Esther--35.6
  • Building Sights (Television program) (Emma Norton)--138.3
  • Bukovskii, Vladimir Konstantinovich, 1942- --38.1
  • Bullard, David--35.1
  • Bunce, F. M., Mrs.--13.7
  • Bureau Littéraire International Marguerite Sciatiel (Geneviève Ulmann)--105.7, 109.9, 124.4
  • Burges, Salmon & Co. (Martin R. Davies, Stephen McNulty, A. W. M. Mitchell)--6.6, 35.2, 125.3-4, 132.5, 134.8
  • Burgtheater (Vienna, Austria) (Pavel Kahout; Gerhard Klingenberg, 1929-; Georg Soulek; Reinhard Urbach, 1939-)--31.8, 124.6, 125.1, 130.10
  • Burnet, Alastair, 1928- --135.4
  • Burshtein, Albert H.--135.1
  • Burt, Alistair--135.2
  • Burton, Stephen--124.6
  • Bush Press Agency--135.1
  • Bush Theatre (London, England) (Dominic Dromgoole; Christopher Hampton, 1946-)--132.1
  • Bushmen Club, Bush House (Peter Hill)--143.7
  • Bussmann, Tom--138.7
  • Butler, Spencer--72.2
  • Butterfield, Isabel, Lady--138.5
  • Buttle, Paul--74.4, 125.3
  • Button, Dean--22.10
  • Byatt, A. S. (Antonia Susan), 1936- --135.4
  • By-Line (Television program) (Harriet Bakewell, Emma De'Ath)--125.3, 126.7, 139.6
  • Byron Preiss Visual Publications, Inc. (Ruth Ashby)--140.4
  • CAL Futures Ltd. (J. D. Slater)--144.2
  • CMV Support Group--133.1
  • COIF Charities Deposit Account (R. Coulson)--132.5
  • CSS Promotions Ltd. (Jon Tibbs)--139.
  • Cadell, Simon, 1950- --38.6, 135.2
  • Cadogan Contemporary--145.2
  • Cahan, Amos--22.10
  • Caine, Michael--135.4, 143.5
  • Calder, John, 1927- --34.4
  • Caldicott School (A. S. Keep, Peter Wright, T. G. Wright)--125.4, 141.8, 142.2, 142.4, 142.6, 143.3, 143.5, 144.2
  • Caldwell, Grant--139.2
  • Caledonian Hotel (Edinburgh)--141.6
  • California Institute of Technology (Jane Dietrich; David L. Goodstein, 1939-)--121.22, 138.2
  • Callan, Richard--39.2
  • Callender Company (Colin Callender)--39.1
  • Callos, Tom--124.4
  • Callow, Simon, 1949- --135.3
  • Cambridge Arts Theatre Trust (Christopher M. P. Johnson)--132.5
  • Cambridge Campaign for Soviet Jewry (Katherine Niculescu)--139.6
  • Cambridge Expedition to Northern India (J. S. Dudee)--133.3
  • Cambridge Forum (Rajesh K. Singh)--138.3
  • Cambridge Union Society (Adam Cannon, Martin Harris)--138.2, 139.5
  • Cambridge University Press (Rachel Harrison)--128.1
  • Cameo Entertainments, Inc. (Howard Burman)--39.4
  • Cameri Theatre of Tel Aviv (Uri Ofer)--10.4
  • Cameron Mackintosh Ltd. (Cameron Mackintosh)--39.1, 128.4
  • Cammack, Ben--112.1
  • Campaign (Lisa O'Kelly)--38.5
  • Campaign Against Poverty (Gabrielle Cox)--139.7
  • Campaign Against Pyschiatric Abuse for Political Purposes (Lesley Jacob, Penny Jones, Lindsay Stewart)--37.4, 132.2-4, 143.3
  • Campaign to Free the Siberian Seven (Danny Smith, Peter Vashchenko)--132.4
  • Campbell, David--128.4
  • Campbell, J. ( Relatively Speaking)--72.4
  • Campbell, John--130.7
  • Campbell, Rosalind--13.7
  • Campbell, Susan--35.4
  • Canada. Canadian High Commission (Great Britain)--112.4
  • Canadian Association for Irish Studies (Andrew Parkin, 1937-)--38.5
  • Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (Mary Ambrose, Gudrun Crawford, Joshua Gray, James Roy)--111.9, 130.9, 139.1, 140.2
  • Canadian Centre for Advanced Studies (Debra Henderson)--139.3
  • Canadian Olympic Association (Trevor Carolan)--38.4
  • Cancer Aftercare (Shirley Monahan)--133.1
  • Cancer Care, Inc.--38.5
  • Cancer Link (Val Box, Julian D. Gross, Sheila Ritchie)--133.4-5
  • Cancer Relief Macmillan Fund--133.1
  • Cancer Research Campaign (Great Britain) (Alan Coren, 1938-)--138.3
  • Cape Performing Arts Board (Merle Pretorius)--72.5
  • Capra, Steven--138.4
  • Capron, Anne--124.3
  • Capucci, Donatella--125.3, 139.6
  • Caracciolo, Peter L., 1938- --83.10
  • Cardiff Literature Festival (Mandy Wix)--139.5
  • Carla Befera & Co. (Carla Befera)--87.4
  • Carlier, Sandy (see Nunn, Trevor)
  • Carlile, Alex--135.4
  • Carlisle, Marie--39.1
  • Carnarvon Arms Hotel (Dulverton, England) (Toni Jones, John Sharpe)--143.3, 143.5
  • Carolan, Trevor--38.4
  • Caroline Charles (London)--144.2
  • Carr, Noël--31.6
  • Carrington, Ian--90.3, 124.3
  • Carrington, Peter Alexander Rupert Carrington, Baron, 1919- --135.4
  • Carsen, Robert--34.11, 35.1, 35.3, 124.2-3
  • Cartaret, Anna--135.2
  • Carter, C. P.--13.7
  • Carter, Graydon--128.3
  • Carter, Rita--39.3
  • Cartier International (Alain-Dominique Perrin)--128.3, 128.6
  • Carvin French Jewelers, Inc.--35.2
  • Cassell & Company--127.11
  • Casson, Hugh Maxwell, Sir, 1910- --124.5, 125.4, 135.2
  • Catbird Press (Robert Wechsler, 1954-)--139.7
  • Catherine Bailey Ltd. (Catherine Bailey)--138.4
  • Catholic Church. Diocese of Westminster (Michael F. Feeney)--132.2
  • Catholic Herald (Paul Goodman; Peter Stanford, 1961-)--39.2, 139.5
  • Catholic Media Office (Anthony Churchill)--135.5
  • Caudron, Daisy--72.5
  • Cecil, Henry, 1902- --36.1
  • Celebrities Guild of Great Britain (Lord Segal of Wytham)--39.3
  • Censorwatch (Sandra Stephenson)--84.9
  • Centaur Theatre Company (Quebec) (Maurice Podbrey)--114.7
  • Center for Constructive Alternatives (Peter C. McCarty)--39.1
  • Center for Dramatic Teaching (Homer D. Swander, 1921-)--10.5
  • Center for the Study of Contemporary Belief (Phillip L. Berman)--140.5
  • Center Theater (Chicago) (Dan LaMorte)--87.4
  • Central European University (Robert M. Eversz, Trevor Top)--138.4
  • Central School of Speech and Drama (Tim McGee)--132.1, 139.5
  • Centre Dramatique de Lausanne (Frank Jotterand)--31.6
  • Centre for Alternative Technology (Great Britain) (Sarah Morton)--138.7
  • Centre Stage Dance and Drama Studio (Belfast) (Roma Tomelty)--84.9
  • Century Publicity--128.5
  • Century Publishing (Susan Lamb)--141.8
  • Century Theatre (Stephen Unwin, Robert Woof)--128.4, 138.6
  • Cervia Festival Office (Franco Beletti)--109.9
  • Ceskoslovensky rozhlas (Miroslav Stuchl)--36.2
  • Chace, Rebecca Tyng--129.1
  • Chaika (Janice Lopatkin)--128.4
  • Chalfont, Arthur Gwynne Jones, Baron, 1919- --39.2
  • Chamberlain, Jacky (see Matthews, Jacky)
  • Chamberlain, Richard, 1935- --35.3
  • Chambers, Colin (see also Royal Shakespeare Company)--35.5
  • Chanel Ltd.--142.2
  • Channel Communications, Inc. (Terry White)--111.9
  • Channel Four (Great Britain) (David Aukin; Carol Haslam; Derek Jones; 1927-; Polly Ravenscroft)--29.3, 87.4, 127.2, 129.2, 141.6
  • Channing, Stockard "Susie"--87.4
  • Chapman, Janet--34.11
  • Chapman, Stanley--124.1
  • Chapple, Frank--135.2
  • Charish, Steve--34.11
  • Charles Barker City (Gilli Wilkins)--38.3
  • Charles Douglas-Home Memorial Trust (Jessica Douglas-Home)--132.3
  • Charles, Prince of Wales, 1948- --128.2-4, 145.4
  • Charta 77 Foundation (Frantisek Janouch)--16.8, 134.1-2, 142.6
  • Charter 88 (Organization) (Stuart Weir)--140.1
  • Chatto & Windus (Firm)--128.1
  • Chatto, James--34.11
  • Chaudhuri, Una, 1951- --125.3
  • Cheek by Jowl (Theater group) (John Scott Moncrieff)--132.5
  • Cheek, Mavis--38.5
  • Chelsea Arts Club (London, England) (Nicolas Tucker)--140.3
  • Chelsea Harbour Ltd. (W. A. Donald)--125.3
  • Chelsea School of Art (John Avis)--142.6
  • Cheltenham Festival of Literature (Richard Cohen, Lawrence Sail)--125.3, 138.7, 139.2
  • Cheltonian (Harriet Lee)--125.3
  • Chemical Dependency Centre Ltd. (Virginia Fraser)--132.2
  • Chequers Philosophical Society (Nick Strugnell)--138.6, 139.1
  • Chernoff, Maxine, 1952- --39.3
  • Cherub Company (Andrew Visnevski)--124.2
  • Chervin, Andre--35.2
  • Cherwell (S. J. Prescott)--35.6
  • Chesham High School (Ken Stokes)--139.5, 140.1
  • Chesshyre, Robert--125.7
  • Chester Gateway Theatre (Philip Partridge)--22.9, 114.7-8, 129.3
  • Chester Grosvenor Hotel--143.3
  • Chesterfield, Mary (see Architectural Digest)
  • Chestertons--125.3
  • Chichester Festival Theatre Productions Co., Ltd. (see Wilson, Peter)
  • Children's Society (Great Britain) (Sir Ranulph Fiennes)--138.4
  • Childs, David, 1933- --39.1
  • Chilton, Mary--35.2, 100.6
  • Chinese Public Administration Journal (Li Linhe)--138.4
  • Chipping Norton School (Donald Anderson)--104.10
  • Chitty, Brien (Vaudeville Theatre)--34.11
  • Chowcat, John--125.3
  • Christ Church (University of Oxford). Common Room (Glenna Bett, Toby Butterfield, Timothy W. Smith)--38.3, 139.7
  • Christ Church (University of Oxford). Dramatic Society--38.3
  • Christensen, Verner--125.5
  • Christian, L. E.--138.5
  • Christian M. Nebehay (Firm)--35.3
  • Christian Prisoners Release International (David Hathaway)--38.2
  • Christian Science Monitor (Christopher Andreae)--35.6
  • Christiansen, Rupert--42.4-5, 72.6
  • Christie, George (see also Christie, Mary)--72.5, 125.1, 125.4, 128.4, 137.4, 144.5, 145.4
  • Christie, Louise (see also Clonter Opera Farm)--34.11
  • Christie, Manson & Woods (Michele Biety)--126.1
  • Christie, Mary (see also Christie, George)--34.11, 124.6, 125.1-2, 128.4, 143.7
  • Christie, Toby--38.3
  • Christophers (Awards)--83.10
  • Chronicle (Lucy _____)--140.5
  • Church Adoption Society (M. Chris Walsh)--133.2
  • Church of England. Diocese of York. Archbishop--135.4
  • Church, Tony (Guildhall School of Music and Drama (London, England))--38.5, 140.2, 140.5, 143.3
  • Churchill, Caryl (see Theatre Writers Union)
  • Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park (Gregory A. Hudson)--38.5
  • Cinecom Entertainment Group (Richard Abramowitz, Jackie Bazan, Leon Falk, Bart A. Walker)--23.10, 111.8-9, 112.2-3, 112.5, 125.3, 143.7, 144.7
  • Cinecom International Films (Tom Moody)--23.10, 25.2
  • Cinema City Co., Ltd. (Paul Willets)--111.9, 112.2, 139.1, 139.4
  • Cinémathèque française (Jean Rouch)--139.3
  • Cinematheque Ontario (Leslie Anderson)--111.9
  • Cinergi Pictures Entertainment Inc. (Steven H. Burkow, Andrew G. Vajna, 1944-)--99.2
  • Cinetel Film Productions (Otto Olejar)--139.7
  • Cirio, Rita--124.1
  • Citizens (Television program) ( Michael Kustow)--127.2
  • City and Hackney Health District (Teaching) (C. M. B. Pare)--141.8
  • City Arts and Lectures, Inc. (Sydney Goldstein)--129.5
  • City of Birmingham Polytechnic (Birmingham, England) (Gillian Adamson, David Davis)--138.7
  • City of London School (Tony O'Sullivan)--124.1
  • City University of New York. Graduate School and University Center (Jack Hall, Edwin Wilson)--129.5
  • City Youth Spotlites (Rachel S. King)--138.5
  • Claddagh Records Ltd. (Garech _____)--124.6
  • Clark, John--125.2
  • Clark Productions Ltd. (Bernard Clark)--140.4
  • Clark, Richard Grenville--109.9
  • Clarke, Kenneth, Mrs. (Arvon Foundation)--128.3
  • Clarke, Lance--38.5
  • Clarke, Maggie--35.1
  • Clarke, Stanley A.--35.1
  • Clarkson, Ruth--138.7
  • Cleese, John--35.5, 135.4
  • Clein & White Inc. (Stephanie Kluft, Cara White)--23.10, 111.9
  • Clissold, Roger (Thorndike Theatre)--22.9
  • Clodd, Alan--125.5
  • Clonter Opera Farm (Louise Christie)--132.6
  • Clucas, Humphrey, 1941- --94.15
  • Coady, Tony--34.4
  • Coates, Christopher--35.3
  • Coates, Ken (see Bertrand Russell Peace Foundation)
  • Cobder, Margaret--138.7
  • Coca, Jordi, 1947- --39.1
  • Cockermouth Amateur Dramatic Society (Stewart Grant)--100.6
  • Codron, Michael (see Michael Codron Ltd.)
  • Coe, Sebastian--135.4
  • Cohen, Alexander H. (Stanford Center for the Arts)--72.6
  • Cohen, Marvin--38.5
  • Cohn, Louis Henry, Mrs. (see also Hagstrom, Jack W. C. and Rothkopf, Carol Zeman)--35.2, 35.4-6, 125.2, 141.6
  • Cohn-Sherbok, Dan--125.3, 139.2
  • Cokan, Valerija--124.3
  • Cole, George, 1925- --135.4
  • Colesberry, Robert F.--55.7
  • College of Charleston (S. C.) (Robert Butler)--133.8
  • Collins (Firm: London, England) (Mark Bonham Carter, d. 1994; David Swarbrick)--139.6, 140.2, 140.6
  • Collins, Philip, 1944- --39.4
  • Collins Publishers San Francisco (Clayton Carlson)--138.5
  • Colman, Marshall--37.5
  • Colonial Williamsburg Foundation (James R. Short)--31.6
  • Colour Supplement (Radio program) (Ian R. Gardhouse)--126.6
  • Colt, Mrs. H. Dunscombe--124.4
  • Colton, Hartnick, Yamin & Sheresky (Marsha S. Brooks, Thomas R. Distler)--111.8, 112.2, 112.4
  • Columbia Pictures (Robert Bookman)--22.9
  • Columbia Tri-Star Films (UK) (Jon Anderson, Bill Edwards)--128.5, 145.2
  • Columbia University. Institute on Western Europe (Ritva Poom)--38.6
  • Columbia University. Rare Book and Manuscript Library (Kenneth A. Lohf)--142.6
  • Columbus Books (Gillian R. Gibbins)--39.1, 140.2
  • Colway Theatre Trust (Ann Jellicoe)--39.1, 39.4, 125.4, 129.2, 131.7, 140.6
  • Comédie-Française (Jean-Pierre Miquel, 1937-)--31.6, 72.3
  • Comedy Zone (Television program) (John Bard Manulis, Nederlander Television and Film Productions, Inc.)--140.5
  • Comic Relief (Peter Fincham)--38.5
  • Committee for Jewish Cultural and Educational Contacts (Louis F. Marks)--38.2
  • Committee for the Defense of Soviet Political Prisoners--38.1
  • Committee for the Free World--39.2, 141.6
  • Committee for the Release of Soviet Jewry--126.2
  • Committee in Support of Solidarity (New York, N. Y.) (Eric Chenowith, Irena Lasota)--136.5
  • Committee on the Public Understanding of Science (Jill A. Nelson)--138.7
  • Common Ground (organization) (Jean_____)--38.5
  • Commons Theatre (Michael L. Nowak)--127.11
  • Company (Johannesburg) (Mannie Manim)--31.6
  • Complete Traveller--139.1
  • Compton Verney Opera Project (Liz Brewer)--143.5
  • Condominium Rental Management, Inc. (Aspen) (Stacy Williams)--144.2
  • Confederation of Australian State Theatres (Diana Franklin)--72.5
  • Congrés Internagional de Teatre a Catalunya (Jordi Coca, 1947-)--39.1
  • Connell, Brian--35.6
  • Connelly, Maureen (see Amnesty International)
  • Conners, Tom--129.6
  • Connery, Sean--112.4
  • Connoisseur (Ruth Sullivan)--140.2
  • Connolly, Ray, 1940- --38.4
  • Conolly, Billy--135.5
  • Conquest 86 (Ellen Parry)--132.3
  • Conrad Hotel (Chelsea)--145.2, 145.4
  • Conrad, Neville S.--135.3
  • Conscience: The Inter-Denominational Committee for Soviet Jewry (Jack Apfel, A. G. (Alan G.) Howard, June Jacobs)--10.4, 38.1-2, 134.10-11
  • Conservative and Unionist Central Office (Great Britain) (Harvey Thomas, 1939-)--37.6
  • Consulate General of the Polish People's Republic in London--136.5
  • Contemporary Authors (Joyce Nakamura)--138.3
  • Contemporary Dramatists--125.5
  • Contemporary Jewish Library (Nan Greifer)--134.10, 135.1
  • Conti, Tom--72.5, 135.2
  • Contract 21 (Apex Trust, Sally Rogers)--133.3
  • Cook, Ian--72.4
  • Cooke, A. J.--135.4-5
  • Cooper, Alexander--82.3
  • Cooper, Ann--125.5
  • Cooper, Donald--10.4
  • Cooper, Henry--135.4
  • Cooper, Jane (see Iron Mountain Productions)
  • Cooper, Jilly--135.4
  • Cooper, Marilyn M.--39.1
  • Coopers & Lybrand (Mark C. Graham)--134.1
  • Copland Community School and Technology Centre (Richard G. Evans)--128.1
  • Corballis, Richard--124.4-5, 125.3, 140.6
  • Corbett & Keene (Ginger Corbett, Julia Hallawell)--117.15
  • Corbett, Harry H.--36.3
  • Cordes, Thomas--125.3, 139.5
  • Corfu Villas Ltd. (Lucy Stambouzos)--141.6
  • Corinth, Richard--36.2
  • Cormack, Patrick--135.2
  • Cornberg, David--38.5
  • Cornell Nabokov Festival (1983: Cornell University) (George Gibian, N. David Mermin)--39.3-4, 125.3, 144.3
  • Cornmarket Magazines Ltd. (Ronald Bryden)--36.3
  • Cornwell, Charlotte--38.5, 135.4
  • Cornwell, David (see Le Carré, John, 1931-)
  • Corob, Sidney--137.4
  • Corporate Arts Limited--129.3
  • Corporation of London (England)--128.2
  • Corporation of London (England). Lord Mayor--135.4
  • Cosby, Janet L. (see Cosby Bureau International, Inc. and Writer's World)
  • Cosby Bureau International, Inc. (Janet L. Cosby)--129.5
  • Cosmopolitan (London, England) (Maggie Goodman, Irma Kurtz)--34.4, 140.6
  • Council for the Advancement of Arab-British Understanding (Michael Adams, 1920-; John Reddaway)--37.5
  • Council for the Protection of Rural England--139.6
  • Council of Christians and Jews (Edward Carpenter, 1910-)--125.3, 134.10
  • Counselling and Helpful Encouragement for the Early Retireds (Rex Priddy)--133.2-3
  • Country Homes and Interiors (Dominic Bradbury, Victoria Hinton, Orlando Murrin)--38.4, 138.2, 139.2
  • Country Life (London, England) (Sue Corbett)--38.6
  • Court Theatre (Mark Tiarks)--38.4
  • Courtauld Institute (Sally Wilson)--142.6
  • Courtenay, Tom--35.3, 36.1-2, 135.4
  • Cousins, Robin--135.4
  • Coutts & Co. (M. J. "Mike" Bryne, T. J. Lewis, M. G. Slough)--13.7, 125.3-5, 128.5, 142.2, 142.4
  • Coveney, Michael, 1948- --35.4, 125.3
  • Covent Garden Bookshop (John Bell)--124.6
  • Coventry (England) (Alison Hughes)--138.5
  • Covey, George--117.15
  • Coward, Sara--39.1
  • Cowley, Andrew "Joe"--53.4, 138.2, 138.5
  • Cox, Hugo--72.4
  • Crabb, Steve--133.1
  • Crace, Jim (see Birmingham Festival of Readers and Writers)
  • Craddock, Jeremy--138.7
  • Craig, Lesley--34.5
  • Cram, Steve--135.4
  • Cramsie, Pauline--31.6
  • Cranberg, Lawrence--140.6
  • Crane, Joan St. C.--35.2, 35.4-5
  • Craven, John--135.4
  • Crawford, Michael--135.4
  • Crawford, Spatz--88.3, 124.3
  • Crawley, Aiden--34.11
  • Crawley, Simone--72.5
  • Crean, Tony--38.2
  • Creative Artists Agency (Robert Bookman, Michael Ovitz, David Schiff)-- 112.4-5, 124.4, 128.3, 138.4
  • Creator Magazine ( Nick Crowe)--138.3
  • Crick, Bernard R.--125.1
  • Cricketer (London, England) (Christopher Martin-Jenkins)--39.1
  • Crissman, Ed--83.10
  • Criterion Productions (Sally Greene)--128.2
  • Croatia. Embassy (Drago Stambuk, 1950-)--128.4
  • Croft, M. (Michael)--36.1
  • Crofton, Malby S., Sir--35.6
  • Cross, Tim, 1959- --38.3
  • Cross Currents (Ann Arbor, Mich.)--140.5
  • Crotch, Janice--53.4
  • Croucher, Roger--125.3
  • Crouse, Lindsay--35.3-4
  • Crowley, Bob--94.15
  • Crown Publishers (Bruce Harris, Susan Marra)--36.4
  • Croydon Festival of Drama (Tony Flook)--140.2
  • Crucible Theatre (Sheffield) (Colin George)--125.5
  • Crumpen, Michelle--53.4
  • Crusaid (Derek Granger)--125.3, 132.1, 139.3
  • Cs. dokumentacni stredisko nezavisle literatury (Vilém Precan)--134.1, 134.2
  • Cue Consultants (Peter Wright)--125.3
  • Cuka, Frances--31.6, 35.6
  • Cukor, George Dewey, 1899- --125.2
  • Culik, Jan, 1952- --38.4
  • Culla, Tommy--22.10, 35.2
  • Cullies, Victoria--72.5
  • Culloden House (Inverness, Scotland)--143.7
  • Cumhuriyet (Özgen Acar)--138.4
  • Curry, Tim (see Fraser & Dunlop Scripts Ltd. and Tricom Productions Limited)
  • Curtis-Bennett, Susan, 1929- --120.10
  • Cusack, Sinead--135.3
  • Cygnet Players--35.6
  • Cyr, Myriam--112.5
  • Czasak, Adam--38.6
  • Czech-in translations (A. G. Brain, Gerry Turner)--134.2
  • Czechoslovak Society of Arts and Sciences (Jarka Burian, 1927-; Frank Meissner; Leopold J. Pospisil)--38.3, 134.2, 140.5
  • DAM Productions (Bill Cort)--114.7, 131.5
  • DC Travel Ltd.--129.1
  • DHM Travel--143.5
  • Dace, Letitia--125.5
  • Daedalus (Boston, Mass.) (Stephen R. Graubard)--140.1
  • Dahlawi, Diana--129.1
  • Daily cinema (David Lewin)--36.2
  • Daily express (London, England) (Christopher_____; Peter Evans, 1933-; Louisa Young)--35.4, 36.3, 140.3
  • Daily mail (London, England) (John Bryant, Tom Clarke, David Johnson, B. McAvoy, Lester R. D. Middlehurst)--34.1, 128.5, 134.11, 135.5
  • Daily news, London (Robert Maxwell, 1923-)--143.5
  • Daily telegraph (London, England) (Conrad Black; W. F. (William Francis) Deedes; Miriam Gross; Max Hastings; Andrew Knight; Nicholas Shakespeare, 1957-)--125.3, 128.6, 129.1-2, 135.5, 139.6, 140.3, 145.4
  • Daintry, Paul--22.10
  • Dainty, Peter--138.4
  • Dales (program) (Keith Williams)--36.3
  • Dallison, Steve--125.3
  • Dance, Charles--135.4
  • Dankworth, John (and Cleo Lane)--35.5, 36.1, 125.1, 135.3
  • Danziger, James, 1953- --35.4
  • Dapple Productions (Bobby Heaney)--87.4, 125.3
  • Darrison, Peter--143.7
  • Dartington College of Arts (Clarissa Brown)--139.7
  • Dartington Hall (Totnes, England) (Gareth Keene)--39.4
  • Dartmouth College (James O. Freedman)--126.2
  • Darwin College (A. S. V. Burgen)--129.5, 142.6
  • Dastor, Sam--91.13
  • Davey, Charlotte--144.2
  • David Fairman Productions (Felicity Cannell)--139.5
  • David, Mansel--35.1
  • David Merrick Productions (Biff_____; David Merrick, 1911-)--36.2
  • David Russell P. R. Consultants Ltd. (David Russell)--140.3
  • Davidson, Mary (University of Kansas)--95.11
  • Davies, Granville--142.4
  • Davies, Lloyd (see Amnesty International)
  • Davies, Martin R. (see Burges, Salmon & Co.)
  • Davis, David, 1948- --140.3
  • Davis, Philip J., 1923- --34.11
  • Davison, Bridget--34.11
  • Day, Barbara--16.8
  • Day, Robin, Sir, 1923- --135.4
  • Deals Restaurant--128.4
  • Dear, Nick--72.5
  • Defence and Aid Fund for Southern Africa Art Appeal (Ethel de Keyser)--141.8
  • De Ferranti, Basil--35.1
  • De Grossouvre, Philippe--138.1
  • Deigman, Deanna--22.10
  • De Lane Lea Sound Center (R. J. Paynter)--111.8
  • Delaney, Frank, 1942- --35.3, 135.5
  • Delaney, Paul, 1948- --124.5, 125.7, 129.5-6
  • Del Bono, Laura--22.9-10, 23.1, 31.6, 111.9
  • De Leo, Lepoldo, Jr.--105.7
  • de Lesseps, Roland--117.15
  • De Luca, Dina--139.5
  • Delta Doric Ltd. (G. Pike)--125.3
  • Delvecchio, Doreen--129.5
  • Delves, Richard T.--90.6
  • De Madariaga, Isabel, 1919- --38.6
  • Dempster, Nigel ( Daily Mail)--135.3
  • Denison University (David Goldbearl)--129.6
  • Dennis Davidson Associates Ltd. (Stacy Wood)--83.10
  • Denton Hall (Firm) (Peter Dally)--112.2
  • Denver Center Theatre Company (Tom Szentgyorgyi)--138.4
  • Desmond Jones School of Mime (Desmond Jones)--131.9
  • De Sousa, Mike--13.7, 140.2
  • Despres, Gina--34.11
  • D'Este, Jessica--38.5
  • Deutscher Akademischer Austauschdienst (Heinz Wegener)--125.2
  • Devanesen, Mithran--124.4
  • Devas, C. Michael--91.12
  • De Villanueva, Paul--84.9
  • Devine, Christine F. C.--13.7
  • Devine, D. D.--138.7
  • Devonshire, Deborah Vivien Freeman-Mitford Cavendish, Duchess of, 1920- --124.2, 128.1
  • Dexter, John, 1925-1990--125.1
  • Dhéry, Robert, 1921- --35.4
  • Diamond, Anne--135.4
  • Dickerson, Gordon--(see Fraser & Dunlop Scripts Ltd.)
  • Did You See...? (Television program) (Nicholas Barker)--126.7
  • DiGaetani, John Louis, 1943- --139.6
  • Digital Equipment Company (John Boyd)--72.5
  • Dilks, David--128.1
  • Dillons Bookstores (T. A. Maher)--128.6
  • Dimbleby, David--135.4
  • Dimotzoglou, Paul--125.3, 139.6
  • Dinicol, Keith--112.3-4, 125.3
  • Dinshaw, F.--125.5
  • Disabled Drivers' Association (David Reckitt)--125.4
  • Dische, Irene--140.2
  • Divine Video Editing (Nigel Adams, Michael Brennan, Fiona Friel)--38.6
  • Dix-Huit Théâtre, Paris (Bernard Djaoui, Annick Joseph, Jean Macqueron)--109.8-9, 125.3, 139.3, 145.2
  • Dixon, Richard (Timepiece Productions Limited)--53.4
  • Djerassi, Carl--35.3-4, 39.4
  • Djerassi Foundation--39.4
  • Dr. Challoner's Grammar School (Ben Batten, A. M. Williams)--38.6, 142.6
  • Doctorow, E. L., 1931- --128.1, 129.2
  • Dolphin Theatre Company (M. (Michael) Croft)--36.1
  • Domalik, Andrzej--109.9
  • Donaldson, Betty--138.6
  • Donaldson, John George Stuart, Baron Donaldson of Kingsbridge, 1907- -- 35.5
  • Donovan, Arlene (see also International Creative Management)--55.7
  • Dor, Mosheh, 1932- --37.5
  • Doran, Gregory--105.7
  • Dorchester Community Play Office (Ann Jellicoe)--139.6
  • Dorchester Hotel (London, England) (Ricci Obertelli)--128.4, 145.2
  • Doreen B. Townsend Center for the Humanities (_____ Starn)--138.1
  • Dorling Kindersley Limited (Amy _____, Penny Phipps)--142.4, 144.2
  • Dorman, Maria--138.4
  • Dotrice, Roy, 1925- --135.4
  • Double Image Theatre, Inc. (Helen Waren Mayer)--132.5
  • Doubleday and Company, inc. (Dawn S. Bodrogi)--22.9
  • Doubleday Book & Music Clubs, Inc. (John F. Andrews)--140.4
  • Dougherty, Bill--35.1
  • Douglas, Dianne R. Morgan--140.5
  • Douglas, Natasha--109.9
  • Douglas-Mann & Co. (Ian Mulkis)--95.11, 144.2
  • Dowden, Neil--138.3
  • Dowell, Jillian (?) (Royal Ballet, London)--135.4
  • Downes, Terry--135.2
  • Dox Deluxe Ltd. (Vikram Jayanti)--138.3
  • Drabble, Margaret, 1939- --135.2
  • Drabinsky, Garth, 1949- --128.1
  • Drake, Nick--138.3
  • Drama (London, England) (C. D. K. Edwards, Sally Meades)--140.2-3
  • Dramatiska teatern (Stockholm, Sweden) (Tom J. A. Olsson, 1929-)--140.4
  • Dramatists guild (David LeVine; Peter Stone, 1930-)--22.10
  • Drew, Stephen--35.3, 39.3, 142.4
  • Dreyfuss, Richard--112.3-4, 138.5
  • Driver, Ronnie--35.2, 129.4
  • Dromenagh School (Richard Ward)--133.5
  • Drustvo hrvatskih knjizevnika (Sibila Petlevski, 1964-)--130.5
  • Drymer, Greg--38.3
  • D'Souza, Frances--128.5
  • Dublin Gate Theatre (Michael Colgan)--124.1
  • Dubs, Alf--135.2
  • Duckworth, Juliet--125.3
  • Duda, Karel, Dr. and Madame--128.5, 134.1
  • Duff Cooper Prize--128.1-2, 128.4-5, 129.1, 129.3, 142.2
  • Dufort, Antony--129.1
  • Duke University (John Clum, Joel L. Fleishman)--129.5, 143.3
  • Dukes, David--34.11
  • Dumur, Guy, 1921- --22.9-10, 31.6, 35.1, 35.3-4, 124.6
  • Dunai, Frank--35.1
  • Dunaway, Faye--135.4
  • Dunaway, Paula Pond--22.10, 35.6
  • Dunbar, Brian (see Iron Mountain Productions)
  • Duncan, Andrew--125.4
  • Duncan, Sandy, 1946- --35.1, 72.5
  • Dunchideock House--37.5
  • Dundas, Jennie--72.4
  • Dundee Repertory Theatre (Alan Lyddiard)--39.3
  • Dunjohn, Isabel--37.1
  • Dunstone, Stephen--35.4
  • Durham Union Society (Giles Ramsay, Mark Rogers)--38.3, 140.5
  • Durrani, Tariq S.--139.2
  • Dux, Pierre, 1908- --31.6
  • Dworkin, Ronald--135.2, 136.6
  • Dykes, Saffron--125.3
  • E & B Productions (Theatre) Ltd. (Rhonda Haslam)--22.9
  • ELM Video Theatre Inc. (John Lollos, Elizabeth L. "Lou" Moore)--22.10, 33.4, 121.6, 125.4
  • EMI Records Ltd. (Angela Bird)--112.2
  • EX Theatre Co. (Christina Katic)--138.6
  • Earthlife (Nigel Tuersley)--132.4
  • Eason, Reg--34.11, 35.1, 128.5, 129.2
  • East Berkshire Health Authority--132.2
  • East European Media Project (Ania Wigmore, Zoya Zuvcenko)--38.4
  • East European Solidarity Youth (Sue Farish, Nigel Linacre)--38.1, 132.4
  • East, Kenneth--35.1
  • East West Producers Seminar (Katya Krausova)--139.2
  • Ebdon, John--36.1
  • Ecco Press (Daniel Halpern, 1945-; Drue Heinz)--139.5
  • Ed Victor Ltd. (Ed Victor)--132.1
  • Eddington, Paul--16.8, 35.1, 135.2, 142.6
  • Ede and Ravenscroft (R. C. Brookes, W. R. Keen)--126.2
  • Edgar, David, 1948- --124.4, 132.1-2, 139.1, 139.5-6, 144.7
  • Edge--145.2
  • Edgington, Dorothy--134.4
  • Edinburgh International Festival of Science and Technology (Marion-Jane Pate)--138.4
  • Edinburgh University Theatre Co. (Martin Danziger)--138.4
  • Edmans, Noel--135.4
  • Edmonds, Richard--80.2
  • Edmundson, Phil--125.3
  • Education Training Seminars (Lorna Fowler)--38.3, 140.3
  • Edward Burrell Ltd. (Edward Burrell)--124.6
  • Edwards, Vaughan--111.9, 112.1, 112.4
  • Edwards, Victoria--72.5
  • Egremont, Max, 1948- --124.2
  • Eidgenossische Technische Hochschule (Brian Vickers)--140.6
  • Ein Traum Von Europe (Dieter Esche)--140.4
  • Einzig, Susan--35.6
  • Elam, Keir--140.5
  • Elcot Park Hotel--144.2
  • Eldon Elder Associates (Eldon Elder)--22.10
  • Eleventh Hour (Television program)--124.6
  • Elizabeth Garrett Anderson Hospital (Rita J. Tarr)--132.3
  • Elliott, Michael (see Royal Exchange Theatre and Peter Henriques Memorial Trust)
  • Ellis, Andrew--72.5
  • Ellis, Anthony R.--139.5
  • Ellis, Ted R., III--124.5
  • Ellmann, Richard, 1918- --31.6, 35.6, 124.6, 125.1-2
  • Elmwood Design Limited (Helen Weatherill)--124.1
  • Elsom, Jonathan--35.4-5
  • Embassy of Israel (London) (Mosheh Dor, 1932-)--37.5
  • Embassy of the Czechoslovak Socialist Republic (Roman Hronek)--144.5, 145.4
  • Emerson, Sally--128.3
  • Emory University (Ronald Schuchard)--125.3, 139.5
  • Emporio Armani--144.7
  • Empson, William, 1906- --35.6
  • Empty Handed Theatre Company (Sheila Bryans)--38.3-4
  • Empty Space Theatre (Levi Lee)--138.1
  • Encounter (Melvin J. Lasky)--38.3
  • Encounter Theatre Company (Michael McClare)--132.1
  • Engineering & Science Monthly (Jane _____)--66.3
  • Englehart, Lucinda--138.2
  • English Association (A. J. Tough)--140.2
  • English Centre of International PEN (Serafina Clarke; Ronald Harwood, 1934-; Michael Holroyd; Rodney Hyde-Thompson; Josephine Pullein-Thompson)--125.3, 130.5-6, 136.5, 138.2, 143.3, 144.7
  • English Chamber Theatre (Jane McCulloch)--38.5, 124.1
  • English Chess Association (Raymond D. Keene, Julian Simpole)--127.3
  • English College Foundation in Prague (Richard Holme, 1936-)--138.6
  • English, David--129.2
  • English Heritage (Jocelyn Stevens)--128.3
  • English National Opera (Henrietta Bredin, Nicholas John)--39.2, 139.1, 140.4
  • English Shakespeare Company (Michael Bogdanov; Michael Pennington, 1943-; Luke Rittner)--38.5, 128.6
  • English Stage Company (see Royal Court Theatre) (see also Hare, David)
  • English University Stage Co. (Nicholas J. M. Timmins)--125.5
  • Enigma Productions (David Puttnam, 1941-; Susan Richards)--35.1, 39.1, 124.5, 128.6, 134.2, 143.5
  • Entertainment Events Ltd. (see Tricom Productions Limited)
  • Entertainment Film Distributors Ltd.--129.2
  • Entertainment Unlimited, Inc. (Pete Tambellini)--138.7
  • Epoke (Vincens Steensen-Leth)--38.6
  • Epsom College, Epsom, England--132.4
  • Equity Fights AIDS/Broadway Cares (Tom Viola)--139.1
  • Erickson, Mitchell, 1927- --31.6
  • Ericsson Associates (Janie Ericsson)--29.4, 136.5
  • Esquire (New York, N. Y.) (Rosie Boycott; Lee Eisenberg, 1946-; David Hirshey; Marilyn Johnson; Phillip Moffitt; Michael Watts)--38.4, 121.12, 128.3, 138.4, 139.5, 140.5
  • Essex, David, 1947- --135.4
  • Essex Festival 86 (Joe Allard)--38.6
  • Esslin, Martin (see also British Broadcasting Corporation)--40.1
  • Estill, Matthew--125.3
  • Estorick, Salomé--34.11
  • Ethos (Janis Rapoport)--140.5
  • Etienne, Claude--13.7, 31.6
  • Eton (David Cajalet, Julian Granville)--121.12
  • Eton College (Ralph Allwood, Stephen Drew)--39.3, 139.6, 140.5
  • Eton College Chronicle (James Wood)--125.7
  • Eton Travel Agency--69.20
  • Eton-Dorney Project (Susan Clyde)--37.5
  • Ettington Park Hotel--143.3
  • European Committee for the Defence of Refugees and Immigrants (Nicholas Bell)--132.2
  • European Interactive Media (Sandy Mackenzie)--144.2-3
  • European Nuclear Disarmament (Organization) (Patrick Burke)--134.1
  • European Script Fund (Renee Goddard)--125.3, 144.2-3
  • European Stage Company (Peter Casterton)--127.9, 132.5-6, 134.1
  • Europsky kulturny klub na Slovensku (Nelly Akopian)--138.6
  • Evangelical Alliance (C. R. Calver)--139.1
  • Evans, J. N. G.--125.3
  • Evans, Peter, 1933- (see Daily Express (London, England))
  • Evans, Robert--139.5
  • Evans, Stephen (BBC, London Weekend Television)--35.5, 125.1
  • Evans, T. F.--140.1
  • Evans, Tina--141.8
  • Evening Post (Bristol) (Bridget Parker, Gerry Parker)--145.4
  • Evening Standard (London, England) (Michael Owen, Viscount Vere Harold Esmond Harmsworth Rothermere, 1925-)--35.4, 72.5, 117.14, 129.3, 142.4, 142.6, 143.5, 144.2, 145.4
  • Evening Standard Drama Awards (Charles Wintour)--124.6, 142.2, 142.4, 144.7, 145.4
  • Evening Standard Magazine (Julie Yorke)--139.2
  • Evening World (D. J. Morgan)--36.3
  • Everyman (Television program) (Daniel Wolf)--40.6
  • Everyman Theatre, Liverpool (Alan Dossor)--125.5
  • Evgenieva, Madlena--124.4
  • Ewart, Gavin--135.2
  • Ewing, Kenneth--8.5, 10.4-5, 10.10, 16.8, 29.3, 31.6, 35.3-4, 36.3, 38.4, 39.2, 50.5, 54.10, 57.3, 72.3-4, 72.6, 73.6, 73.13, 82.10, 87.4, 99.2, 99.6, 100.6, 105.5, 109.9, 114.7, 117.3, 118.8, 120.10, 123.6, 124.3-5, 125.2, 125.5, 126.7, 127.2, 129.5, 130.10, 131.8, 138.1, 138.3, 138.7, 139.5-6, 140.1, 140.5-6, 142.2
  • Ewing, Maria--135.4
  • Exeter and Devon Arts Centre (Marilyn Floyde)--38.4
  • Exeter Cavaliers Cricket Club (Paul McKenna)--140.4
  • Exposicion Universal de 1992 (Seville, Spain) (Maurizio Scaparro)--138.6
  • Eyre, Richard, 1943- --72.6, 94.15, 124.2, 131.1-3, 138.2, 139.5
  • FSP Advertising (Fothergill Stowe & Postlethwaite Ltd.) (Brian Postlethwaite)--132.4
  • Faber and Faber (Eileen _____, Caroline Ball, Sarah Biggs, Charles Boyle, Peggy Butcher, Victoria Buxton, Julia Clark, Frances Coady, Giles De La Mare, Walter Donohue, Anne Elletson, Matthew Evans, Julie Finn, Rosemary Goad, Sarah Hardie, Jan Heritage, Kate Hobson, Greg Hunt, Tom Kelleher, Nicholas Kinney, Lesley Levene, Brigid Macleod, Fiona McCrae, Robert McCrum, Joanna Mackle, Frank Pike, Fiona Plowman, Rachel Pyper, Craig Raine, Jane Robertson, Sophia Sackville-West, Angela Smith, C. G. Smith, George Smith, Daphne Tagg, Moira Turnbull, Nicola Vaughan, Betsy Uhrig) (see also Otis Guernsey)--16.1, 16.10, 22.10, 25.6, 36.5-6, 42.4, 42.6, 47.7, 49.8, 63.1, 63.8, 69.4, 72.4, 87.4, 92.8-11, 93.8-10, 94.15, 95.9, 95.11, 112.8, 123.6, 124.1, 125.1-3, 125.5, 127.7-8, 128.5-6, 139.3-4, 140.6, 143.5, 144.5, 145.4
  • Fahri, Nicole--143.7
  • Fainberg, Viktor--38.2
  • Fainlight, Ruth--135.2
  • Fairbanks, Douglas, 1909- --35.5
  • Fairleigh Dickinson University (Gene A. (Gene Austin) Barnett)--129.6
  • Fairweather, Scott--138.3
  • Falkus, Christopher (Weidenfeld and Nicolson (Firm))--35.6
  • Family Planning Association (Great Britain) (Alastair Service, 1933-)--39.2
  • Family Welfare Association (Great Britain) (Una-Mary Parker)--142.2
  • Fanshawe, David, 1942- --35.6
  • Farr, Richard--104.10
  • Farrar, Straus & Giroux, Inc. (Helene Atwan) (see also Meiselas, Nancy) --38.6
  • Farrington, Jill--72.4
  • Farrow, Mia--124.6, 125.1-2
  • Fassbinder, Rainer Werner, 1946- --4.6
  • Faulkner, Trader--138.3
  • Fay, Stephen ( The Sunday Times)--35.4
  • Federación Latinoamericana de Associaciones de Familiares de Detenidos-Desaparecidos (Alicia de García, Veronica Dueñas, Mirian Granados, Beatriz Hernàndez)--137.1
  • Federation of Conservative Students (Eddie Longworth)--133.5
  • Federation of Women Zionists (Esther Rosenquit)--38.2
  • Fedorenko, Nikolai--38.2
  • Feldman, Basil, Sir (and Gita)--128.3, 128.6
  • Fen Farm (Sally Worboyes)--53.4, 138.4, 139.1
  • Fenchtwanger, Adrian--34.11
  • Ferry, Bryan--135.5
  • Festival Di Palermo (Roberto Andò, Sabina Lo Buglio)--124.1
  • Festival Fringe Society (Michael Dale)--84.9
  • Festival Internazionale Cinematografico Scrittura E Immagine (Ilaria Armeni, Edoardo Tiboni)--111.7, 111.9
  • Festival of Central European Culture--128.1
  • Festival of Short Works (Rick Curry, 1943-)--139.4
  • Fichandler, Zelda--35.3, 36.1, 36.7
  • Field (Simon Courtauld)--38.3
  • Field, Carol Hart (re. James D. Hart)--126.4
  • Fielding, Claude E.--125.3, 139.1
  • Fielding, Emma--42.5-6
  • Fiennes, Ralph--72.6, 112.4
  • Figg, Olly--124.3, 138.5, 139.1
  • Filby, Jack--134.11
  • fillip films ltd. (Philip Collins, 1944-)--39.4
  • Film & Photo Design (West London) Ltd. (Derek Johnston, Jill Scott)--111.8-9
  • Film Associates (Peter Samuelson)--140.1
  • Film Company (Robert Squier)--127.10
  • Film Forum, Inc. (Karen Cooper)--29.4
  • Filmax Grupo Ivex (Isabel de Miguel)--111.7
  • Filmhouse (Gay Cox)--111.8
  • Financial Times (London, England) (Frank Barlow; Michael Coveney, 1948-)--35.4, 139.6
  • Findlater, Richard, 1921 - (see Observer (London, England); Author (London, England: 1890), and Society of Authors)
  • Findlay, Jean--72.5
  • Finlay, Frank, 1926- --135.3
  • Finney, Albert, 1936- --124.5
  • First Leisure Corporation (Michael Grade)--138.1
  • First Night Impressions (Radio program) (Jonathan James-Moore)--126.6
  • Fischer Fine Art Limited--129.2
  • Fischer, Tabor--138.1
  • Fish, Michael--35.2-3
  • Fisher, Mark, 1944- --128.6, 132.2, 144.2
  • Fitton, John (J. Whitaker & Sons)--87.4
  • Fitzpatrick, H. T. "Tom," Jr.--124.2
  • Flanagan, Eileen (Chicago Historical Society)--72.4
  • Flanders International Film Festival (Johan Tits)--111.7
  • Fleming, Justin--38.5
  • Fletcher, Winston--139.2
  • Flew, Antony, 1923- --35.5
  • Flinders University of South Australia (Noel Purdon)--139.3
  • Florence Trust (Patrick Hamilton)--132.5
  • Florida Atlantic University (Nancy _____, Allen W. Greer)--129.6
  • Florida State University (Janet Burroway)--129.6
  • Flowercraft (J. E. Rogers)--125.5
  • Foco Novo Theatre Company (Roland Rees)--124.5, 139.5, 140.3, 143.7
  • Foley, Robert, Father--35.6
  • Folger Shakespeare Library (John F. (John Frank) Andrews, 1942-)--24.6, 39.3
  • Folio Society (London, England) (Sue Bradbury; Anna Horsbrugh Porter, 1965-) --38.3-4, 124.5, 138.2, 138.5, 139.4
  • Fontana paperbacks (Helen Fraser)--125.4
  • Fookes, Janet--135.4
  • Foot, David--34.11
  • Foot, Paul, 1937- --36.1, 125.5
  • Forbes, Bryan, 1926- --35.5, 134.2, 135.3
  • Forbes, Christina--132.1
  • Ford, Anna--135.3
  • Ford Martin Fund (Jane Asher, James Chatto, Wendy Martin)--34.11, 143.5
  • Forman, Nigel--135.4
  • Foreman, Vike--134.2
  • Forth, D. R., Miss--13.7
  • Fortnum and Mason, Ltd., London (G. V. Hamilton)--31.6, 144.7
  • Fortune, John, 1939- --125.2, 135.2
  • Fortune Theatre (London, England) (Paul Gane)--112.5
  • Forum Modernes Theater Schriftenreihe (Günter Ahrends, 1937-)--39.1
  • Foster, Jill (Jill Foster Ltd.)--35.6
  • Foulkes, George--135.5
  • Four Corners Productions (Elisabeth Williams)--138.3
  • Four Corners Theatre Co., Ltd. (David Graham-Young)--138.7
  • Fowles, Anthony (Andrea Foote Company)--39.1
  • Fowles, John, 1926- --135.4
  • Fox, Edward, 1937- --135.3
  • Fox, Paul (Yorkshire Television)--135.2
  • Fox-Rank Distributors (F. S. Poole)--23.10
  • Foyle, Christina--35.5
  • Foyles Bookshop--129.3France. Embassy (Great Britain)--128.1
  • Francis, Clare--128.1
  • Francis, Clive--126.1
  • Francis Holland School (Pamela Parsonson)--140.1
  • Francis Kyle Gallery--144.3
  • Franco Maria Ricci (Firm) (Evelyn Stern Groom)--140.4
  • Francois, _____--125.5
  • Frank Delaney (Television program) (Helen Gallacher)--126.7
  • Frankfurter Allgemeine (Christopher Schwarz)--125.3, 139.6
  • Franklyn, William Norris--35.4
  • Fraser, Antonia, 1932- (see also PEN and Society of Authors)--35.1, 35.3, 35.5-6, 124.6, 125.1, 130.5-6, 131.6, 135.2, 143.5, 144.3
  • Fraser & Dunlop Scripts Ltd. (Elizabeth _____, Angela Clements, Rosie Cobbe, Tim Corrie, Tim Curry, Caroline Dawnay, Gordon Dickerson, Peter Dunlop, Alex Greig, Anthony Jones, Mark Lucas, Norman North, _____ Stephens, Nicki Stoddart, Gerry Vaughan-Hughes) (see also Kenneth Ewing)--16.8, 23.7, 29.3, 35.2-3, 36.1, 53.3-4, 54.4, 56.7, 57.3, 61.1, 69.10, 69.20, 70.2, 72.3-4, 73.6, 74.2, 82.3, 83.11, 87.4, 94.10, 94.14, 105.6-7, 105.9-10, 107.4, 109.9, 110.7, 114.7, 114.10, 117.3, 117.12, 117.15, 123.10, 124.1, 124.4, 125.3, 125.7, 126.7, 127.6, 127.8, 130.5, 130.10, 131.8, 132.1, 138.3, 138.4-6, 139.1, 139.5-6, 144.2, 144.7, 145.2, 145.4
  • Frayling, Christopher (Royal College of Art)--124.4, 125.3
  • Frayn, Michael--34.11, 35.1, 35.3, 35.5, 36.1-2, 124.6, 134.4 135.2
  • Frazer, Alexander--125.3
  • Frederick Warne (Firm) (Iain Harvey)--38.4
  • Freedland, Michael, 1934- --124.4
  • French Institute (London, England) (Scott Moncrieff Prize)--128.1
  • Frewen, Arthur--91.13
  • Friedlander, Leah--134.11
  • Friedmann, I. (Imrich)--104.10
  • Friends of Classics (Peter Jones)--138.3
  • Friends of Israel (John D. A. Levy)--140.2
  • Friends of Poland (Krzysztof Jaraczewski, Krystyna Koscia)--136.5
  • Friends of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem (Great Britain) (Susan Coller, Mrs. David Franklin, Barry Saipe)--133.5, 134.10-11, 139.4
  • Friends of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Jewish National Library Group (Melvyn Bragg, Martyn Goff, Elly Miller)--128.6, 129.1, 129.3, 134.10
  • Friends of the National Libraries--124.2
  • Friends of UNESCO--128.2Friends of Wimbledon Theatre (Mavis Oswald)--13.7
  • Frierson, Helen--66.7
  • Frink, Elisabeth, 1930- --35.3, 126.1, 128.2, 129.2, 135.3, 135.5
  • Frodl, Katja--34.11, 35.1, 134.2
  • Frost, David, 1939 Apr. 7- --128.2, 135.4
  • Frost Programme (Television program) (Trevor Poots)--130.4
  • Fry, Christopher, 1907- --135.3
  • Frye, Nicholas--138.6
  • Fuegi, John--39.1
  • Fulbright Commission (see United States-United Kingdom Educational Commission)
  • Fuller, Angela and Rob--141.8
  • Fuller, Eduard--22.10
  • Fuller, Rosalinde--35.6
  • Funck, Ingrid (see Rowohlt Theater-Verlag)
  • Fundacao Calouste Gulbenkian (Kenneth Rea)--140.3
  • GEO (John Tarkov)--39.3
  • G. Heywood Hill, Ltd. (John Saumarez Smith)--124.2-3, 128.3, 138.2
  • G. T. Productions Ltd. (Gerald Thomas)--132.2
  • GWR Radio (Stella J. Pirie)--128.5
  • Gablik, _____--125.5
  • Gailhache, _____--125.5
  • Gale, John--36.1-2
  • Gale, Miriam--36.6
  • Gale, S. E. G., Mrs.--125.3
  • Galery, Maria Clara Versiani--38.3
  • Galitzine, George--9.3
  • Gallagher, Peter--35.3
  • Gallerovà, Vlasta (see Realistické divadlo)
  • Gallery (Television program) (Abigail Davies, Suzi Lewis-Barned)--130.4, 139.6
  • Gallery First Nighters' Club (Jack Rossiter re. Michael Hordern)--128.4, 145.4
  • Galpin, Peter--125.3, 139.2
  • Galyean, Candy--129.6
  • Gambit (John Calder, 1927-; Irene Staunton)--34.4
  • Gamblin, Justin--124.1
  • Gambon, Michael--135.4
  • Gammon, Max--38.2, 72.6
  • Gann, N.--125.5
  • Garber, Victor--124.2
  • Gardès, Jacqueline--22.9
  • Gardner Arts Centre (Lord Attenborough)--128.3
  • Gardner Centre Gallery (Tony Loveless)--132.1
  • Gardner, Ronald--137.4
  • Garland Publishing, Inc. (Gary Kuris)--38.6
  • Garrick Club (London, England)--128.3
  • Garth Hall Associates (Geraldine Flashman)--140.1
  • Gartland, Roger--87.4
  • Garton Ash, Timothy--29.3, 35.3
  • Gascoyne, Simon--73.6, 112.3
  • Gaskell, Philip--31.6, 35.1, 35.6, 124.6, 125.1
  • Gaslamp Quarter Theatre Company (Jean Hauser)--22.9
  • Gaster, Nicolas--111.8-9, 112.1, 112.3
  • Gaston, Georg, 1938- --139.7
  • Gate Theatre Company (Stephen Daldry, Simon Reade)--139.5
  • Gatenby, Greg (see Harbourfront Reading Series)
  • Gatward, James (see TVS and Tricom Productions Limited)
  • Gaumont (Firm) (Daniel Toscan Du Plantier)--117.15
  • Gauthier, Brigitte--125.3, 139.4
  • Gawtry, Lee Stephen--132.1
  • Gay News (Nicolas Walter)--37.5
  • Gaynor, John R. "Johnny"--112.5, 143.7, 144.2
  • Gazelle Publications Ltd. (Brian Wood)--132.3
  • Gee, Maggie--135.2
  • Gee, Timothy--112.4-5
  • Geeson, Judy, 1948- --135.5
  • Geffen Film Co. (Lynda Rosen Obst)--39.2
  • Gekoski, R. A. "Rick"--39.2, 124.1, 140.5
  • General Accident and Life Assurance Corp. Ltd.--125.5, 141.4
  • Geneva Initiative on Psychiatry (Peter Reddaway, Robert van Voren)--132.1, 134.9
  • Georgetown University (Michael J. Collins, 1941-; Timothy S. (Timothy Stafford) Healy)--126.2, 129.5
  • Georgia College (Ronald Bradford Jenkins)--138.5
  • Georgian Group (London, England) (Caroline Lightburn)--144.5
  • Gerard, Jeremy ( Daily Variety)--72.5
  • Gerecht, Jeff--87.4
  • Gero, Sahana--129.1
  • Gerome, Raymond--22.10
  • Gerry Lewis & Company Ltd.--13.6
  • Gesher Theatre (Yevgeny Arie, Slava Malzev)--109.9, 145.2
  • Ghose, Zulfikar, 1935- (Strand Theatre)--35.3
  • Gibbs, James (Université de Liege)--132.2
  • Gibian, George--39.3-4
  • Gielgud, John, Sir, 1904- --135.4
  • Gilbert, Dorothy--134.10
  • Gilbert, Martin, 1936- --134.10
  • Giles Cooper Awards--144.5
  • Gili, Phillida--35.4
  • Gill, Alastair--13.7
  • Gilliam, Terry--2.5, 3.2, 74.4
  • Gillispie, Damaris Lee--124.6
  • Gilmore, Tanya (see Pritchard, Robert, 1929-)
  • Ginsburg, Michael--125.1
  • Givens, Susie Lackey--22.9
  • Glaap, Albert Reiner--34.4
  • Glassborow, Philip--124.6
  • Glassman & Browning (Anthony Michael Glassman)--99.2
  • Gleason, Howard W., Mr. and Mrs.--128.6
  • Glen, Iain--72.5, 124.1, 145.4
  • Global Co-operation for a Better World (Lord David Ennals)--140.4
  • Global Entertainment Management (UK) Ltd.--139.6
  • Global Partnership (The Trust for Education & Development) (Benny Dembitzer)--139.5
  • Glore, John (see Arena Stage (Organization: Washington, D. C.))
  • Glover, Julian--135.2
  • Glover, Morris--35.1
  • Glyndebourne Festival Opera (Helen _____, Menno Feenstra, Shirley Honer, Sarah Plummer, Anthony Whitworth-Jones)--48.8, 142.2, 144.5, 145.2, 145.4
  • Goddard, Liza--72.4, 107.4
  • Godwin, Fay--124.6
  • Gömöri, George, 1934- --140.4
  • Görner, Rüdiger--22.10
  • Gold, Murray--138.3
  • Golding, William, 1911- --135.4
  • Goldman, Alain--138.5
  • Goldman, Milton (International Creative Management)--35.1, 39.4
  • Goldscheider, Alexander--134.2-3
  • Goldschmidt, John--140.6
  • Goldsmith, Merwin--22.10, 35.6
  • Goldsmiths' College. Department of Drama (Nesta Wyn Jones)--38.3
  • Golub, Peter--112.3, 125.3
  • Gombir, Michael--35.4
  • Gonville and Caius College (Matthew Telfer)--138.3
  • Good Books (program) (Jonathan Darby, Lis Edwards, Roma Holland)--126.6, 142.6
  • Good, David--125.5
  • Good Housekeeping (London) (Gillian Fairchild)--38.6
  • Goodchild, Sue--135.5
  • Goodhart, Philip--117.15
  • Goodman, Arnold--135.4
  • Goodman, Maggie--34.4
  • Goodman Theatre (Chicago, Ill.) (Michael Maggio)--72.4
  • Goodstein, David L., 1939- --87.4, 124.1-3
  • Goodwin, Clive--36.2
  • Goodwin, John, 1921- (see also Royal Shakespeare Company)--125.3
  • Goodwin, Will--124.3
  • Goolden, Richard, 1895- --35.5-6
  • Goossen, Lawrence "Larry" (the Hound Company, N.Y., Kingwill & Goossen)--125.2, 125.5, 140.4
  • Gordon, Giles, 1940- --140.5
  • Gordon, Lois, 1938- --130.7
  • Goring, Marius, 1912- --135.2
  • Gorst, John--135.4
  • Gott, Richard (see Guardian (London, England))
  • Gottesman, Gustav--36.2
  • Gottfried, Howard--38.4
  • Gould, Carol (Carol Gould Productions)--138.5
  • Government and Opposition (Isabel De Madariaga, 1919-)--38.6
  • Gow, Ruth--104.10
  • Gowne, Adelaid, Lady--35.3
  • Grade Company (John Hough)--138.3
  • Graham-Yooll, Andrew--124.5, 125.4
  • Granada Television (Simon Bailey, Brian Lapping, Rosie Millard, Steve Morrison, Roy Roberts, Sue Wild)--10.11, 17.3, 81.12, 130.4, 143.7
  • Grand Priory in the British Realm of the Most Venerable Order of the Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem (Stewart Plant)--139.2
  • Granqvist, Raoul, 1940- (see Amnesty International)
  • Granta (Bill Buford, Diane Speakman)--39.2, 139.6
  • Granz, Norman, 1918- --13.7
  • Grass, Günter, 1927- --38.3
  • Gray of Contin, Lord--128.3
  • Gray, Simon, 1936- --34.11, 35.4, 91.13, 134.4
  • Gray's Inn (Mike Butcher)--35.6
  • Grear, Allison--125.2
  • Great Britain. Central Office of Information (Jenny Ranson; Desmond Seward, 1935-)--34.4-5, 143.3
  • Great Britain. Dept. of Health. NHS Support Federation (John Chowcat)--139.4
  • Great Britain. Dept. of Health and Social Security (Family Allowance Branch, Lindsay Jarvis, S. Jeffery, Hilda Marshall)--125.4-5, 141.8, 143.7
  • Great Britain. Dept. of National Heritage (Stephen Dorrell)--131.1
  • Great Britain. School Curriculum and Assessment Authority (Sir Ron Dearing, 1930-) --133.7
  • Greater London Arts Association (Brian Matchem)--130.8
  • Greater London Council (Michael _____, Sandra Horne, Ken Livingstone, Allan Tyler)--38.6, 133.8, 135.5
  • Greater Miami Opera Association (Sir Rudolf Bing)--140.6
  • Greece. Ministry of Culture (Melina Mercouri, 1925-)--132.1, 139.7
  • Greek Islands Club--144.5Green, Benny, 1927- --35.1, 135.2
  • Green College (University of Oxford) (Lawrence Paul Bachmann, 1912-)--39.3
  • Green, Jay (Mill Hill School)--73.6
  • Green, Toni--35.1
  • Greenbaum, Wolff & Ernst, lawyers, New York (Alan U. Schwartz)--10.5, 125.1
  • Greenberg, Arnie--35.5
  • Greene, Graham, 1904- --14.9
  • Greene, James--138.4
  • Greenwich Theatre (Paul _____, Matthew Francis)--35.5, 100.6
  • Greenwich Young People's Theatre--144.5
  • Gregory, Paul, 1920- --35.3, 109.9
  • Grey Advertising Inc. (Eva Röltgen)--138.6
  • Grey, Jo Wilder--22.10
  • Grey, Joel--35.6
  • Griffin Productions Ltd. (Nicholas Fraser)--39.3
  • Griffith, Kenneth, 1921- --35.6
  • Griffiths, Sara--72.4
  • Griffiths, Trevor--35.6
  • Grigson, Ronnie--35.6
  • Grimaldi, Alberto--139.5
  • Grivnina, Irina--134.10, 134.11
  • Grizard, Mathieu--38.5
  • Groch, Juraj--125.3, 125.7
  • Grogerova, Bohumila, 1921- --134.1
  • Gross, Pam--133.1
  • Grosvenor Gallery--34.11
  • Groucho Club (Isobel Grant)--138.4
  • Grove/Atlantic, Inc. (Eric Price)--105.8
  • Grove Press (Fred Jordan, John Oakes, Barney Rosset)--31.6, 124.5, 127.8, 140.5-6
  • Groves, Paul--124.6
  • Gruber, Juliette--72.5
  • Gruner & Jahr A G--140.6
  • Guardian (London, England) (Ruth Davis, Carrie O'Grady, Richard Grott, Michael McNay, Deborah Orr, Alan Rusbridger)--36.1, 38.3, 39.1, 124.6, 129.1, 138.1, 138.5, 139.5
  • Guber-Peters Company (Robert Kosberg)--139.7
  • Gucci (Firm)--125.4
  • Guéguinou, Jean--128.1-2
  • Günther, Michael--130.10
  • Guernsey, Otis L., 1918- --23.7
  • Guerreno, JeJe, Mrs. Gregg Lee--22.9
  • Guido, Maria Grazia--138.6
  • Guildford School of Acting (Michael Gaunt, Morag Morris)--138.2-3, 138.6
  • Guildhall School of Music and Drama (London, England)--38.5
  • Guinness, Alec, 1914- --135.4
  • Guinness Peat Aviation (Gerry Dukes)--138.7
  • Guppy, Shusha--122.14, 128.5, 128.6, 143.7
  • Guralnick, Elissa S. (University of Colorado, Boulder)--126.6
  • Gussow, Mel--22.10, 125.7
  • Gütersloher Verlagshaus Gerd Mohn (Karlheinz Deschner)--139.7
  • Guthrie Theater (Mark Bly)--39.4
  • Gutman, David, 1957- --139.7
  • Gutteridge, [Lucy]--135.4
  • Gynaecology Cancer Research Fund (Ann Prys Davies)--133.1
  • H. G. Wells Society (Michael P. Newman)--39.2
  • HTV (Group)--38.5, 39.4
  • Haberdashers' Aske's School for Girls (Susan Myles)--140.4
  • Hackett, Mark Anthony--138.3
  • Hadfield, Peggy--124.1
  • Haggis/Baggis (Alice DeLana)--39.2
  • Hagman, Araminta--139.7
  • Hagstrom, Jack W. C.--35.1-3
  • Haire, _____--93.12
  • Hajioff, J.--125.3
  • Hale, John (see Bristol Old Vic Theatre Company)
  • Hall, Jenny--100.6
  • Hall, Jerry (see also Jagger, Mick)--53.4
  • Hall, Malcolm L. and Hilda [Jose Stoppard's aunt and uncle]--35.3, 125.5
  • Hall, Peter, Sir, 1930- (and Nicki)--13.7, 35.1, 35.3, 36.1, 42.6, 72.5, 100.6, 124.1, 124.3, 124.6, 125.1-2, 129.2, 131.3, 134.2, 135.4-5, 141.6, 142.2
  • Hall, Stuart--36.1
  • Hallam Productions (Ron Appleton)--139.4
  • Hallifax, Paulette--112.5
  • Hallifax, Michael (see London Weekend Television, ltd.)
  • Hamer, Jill and Malcolm--125.3, 128.6
  • Hamilton and Brandon, Jill Douglas-Hamilton, Duchess of--128.4
  • Hamilton Forbes Fine Art and Batsford--128.4
  • Hamish Hamilton Ltd. (Julian Evans, Caroline Taggart)--38.5, 140.6
  • Hamlin, Marilyn Hengst--72.4
  • Hammersley, Kenneth (re. Desert Island Discs)--66.7
  • Hammersmith (London, England)--38.5
  • Hammond, Antony (McMaster University)--104.10
  • Hampshire, Stuart, 1914- --121.19
  • Hampshire, Susan, 1942- --135.2
  • Hampstead Theatre (Michael Attenborough, Jenny Topper)--118.12, 139.1
  • Hampton, Christopher, 1946- --35.6, 132.1, 134.4, 145.2
  • Hampton, Laura--128.5, 145.2
  • Hancock, Sheila, 1933- (see also The Actors Centre)--104.14
  • Handy, J. P.--35.6
  • Hanley, Jeremy--135.2
  • Hanson Trust (Lord Hanson, Julia MacDougall)--142.4
  • Hapgood, Gregory--13.7
  • Hapgood, Rita--13.7
  • Harbinson, Patrick--35.4
  • Harbottle & Lewis (James C. G. Chichton, Lawrence Harbottle, Gerald Neylan)--10.10, 125.5
  • Harbourfront Reading Series and International Festival of Authors (Greg Gatenby, Nigel Hunt)--38.3-4, 38.6, 39.1-2, 125.3, 129.5, 138.3, 139.5, 140.1-2, 140.5
  • Harcourt, Brace, Jovanovich, Inc. (Paul Bach) (see also Peters, Klaus)--124.5
  • Hardcastle, Alex--138.1
  • Hardinge Simpole Publishing (Julian Simpole)--127.3
  • Hardock-Batchelor, Eleanora--29.3
  • Hardwicke, Edward "Ted" (see also Actors' Charitable Trust)--35.3, 100.6
  • Hardy, Joseph, 1929- --35.1, 35.4, 36.1, 72.5, 105.7
  • Hardy, Vesna--72.5
  • Hare, David, 1947- --16.2, 35.3, 35.5, 124.6, 135.2
  • Hargrove, L.--125.5
  • Harley, St. John--35.4
  • Harold's Anti-Deportation Action (Jo Apted, Mary Rose)--132.1
  • Harpers & Queen publication (Julie Kavanagh)--140.5
  • Harrington Brothers Antiquarian Booksellers (Albert Dewar)--53.4
  • Harris, John R.--132.4
  • Harris, M. A.--38.2
  • Harris, Michael--72.5
  • Harrison, George, 1943- --135.4
  • Harrison, John--39.2, 131.3
  • Harrison, Rex--125.2
  • Harrison, Tony, 1937- --35.1, 125.1
  • Harrison/Parrott Ltd. (see also Nunn, Trevor) (Jasper Parrott, Angela Taylor)--10.4-5, 38.5, 114.8
  • Harrods Ltd. (_____ Askew, _____ Cuthbert)--114.8
  • Harrow & Wembley Progressive Synagogue (Diane Bramson)--139.7
  • Harrow College of Further Education (Allan Wilson)--143.3
  • Harrow Health Authority (Jack A. Shrimpton)--132.4
  • Harrow School (Carolyn Leder)--72.5
  • Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center (Thomas F. Staley)--93.5, 145.4
  • Hart, Evelyn--139.4
  • Hart, F. Dudley--125.3
  • Hart, James David, 1911 - (see Bancroft Library)
  • Hart, John--125.1
  • Hart, Peter David (re. James David Hart)--126.4
  • Hart, Rosemary--125.5
  • Hart-Davis, Rupert, 1907- --35.2, 138.2
  • Harte, Glynn Boyd and Caroline "Carrie"--10.5, 35.2, 35.4-6, 36.1, 124.5-6, 125.1-2, 144.2
  • Hartford Stage Company--33.4
  • Hartmann, Malte (see Rowohlt Theater-Verlag)
  • Hartwell, Pam--35.5
  • Harty, John, 1945- --127.8
  • Harvard University (Richard Callan; Harvey Claflin Mansfield, 1932-)--39.2, 129.5, 143.5
  • Harvey, Tony--35.6
  • Harwood, Elizabeth (University Women's Club, Mayfair)--138.5
  • Harwood, Ronald, 1934- --35.4, 36.2, 38.1, 124.2, 125.1-2, 135.2
  • Hasenclever, Walter--36.3
  • Hatchards (Firm) (Geoffrey Bailey, Brigid M. F. Macleod)--125.5, 128.2, 128.6, 134.1, 140.4. 141.4
  • Hatos-Hall Productions (Marilyn Hall)--39.3
  • Hattersley, Roy--135.4
  • Hatton, Patricia L.--35.3
  • Hauser, Frank--114.7
  • Havel, Olga (see Havel, Václav)
  • Havel, Václav--16.8, 36.7-8, 66.7, 124.4, 125.3, 127.9, 128.2, 134.2
  • Haverstock School (Tina Capuro)--125.4
  • Havlickova, Lilian--112.3
  • Hawa, Sami--128.1
  • Hawkins, Alan--35.6
  • Hawkins, Diana--79.5
  • Hawkshead Ltd. (Antony Tackaberry)--139.5
  • Hawthorne, Nigel--13.6-7
  • Hay-on-Wye Festival of Literature (Peter Florence)--138.3, 138.5, 139.1, 139.4
  • Haydon Galliard Productions (Christopher Haydon)--39.3
  • Hayley, Mary--35.4
  • Hayman, Ronald, 1932- --35.6
  • Haymarket Theatre (London, England) (Sally de Sousa)--129.2
  • Haywood, Alan--35.1, 100.6
  • Headfirst Films Ltd. (Martin Cassini)--139.3
  • Heald, Tim--139.6
  • Heaney, Seamus--124.6
  • Heath, Edward--38.2, 128.3
  • Heathcoat-Amory, David--135.4
  • Heathcote, Blake--38.6
  • Heaton, Caroline--139.5
  • Heaton Park Soviet Jewry Telephone Group (Rica B. Goldberg)--134.11
  • Hebert, Hugh ( The Guardian)--125.1
  • Hedberg, Johannes--31.6, 38.5, 39.1
  • Heddon, Dennis--125.5
  • Heepe, Hans Georg (see Rowohlt Theater-Verlag)
  • Heffer, Eric S. (Eric Samuel)--135.4
  • Heilman, Claude--125.3
  • Heim, Michael Henry--38.5
  • Heinemann Educational Books (A. R. Beal)--35.6
  • Heinemann (Firm) (Amanda Conquy)--38.6
  • Heinz, Drue (re. Norman Mailer)--128.6
  • Heinz, Henry John, Mrs.--128.6, 129.2
  • Heller, Joseph--125.3
  • Hellman, Jerome--35.6, 39.4
  • Helm, Jeremy--125.5
  • Help and Action Coordination Committee (Ivana Tigrid)--37.5, 38.2
  • Help the Aged (Organization) (Gyles Daubeney Brandreth, 1948-;Lorraine Hemmings)--124.3, 140.2
  • Help! Unlimited (Lee International Studios, Vicki D. Manning)--111.9, 112.3
  • Helsingin Sanomat (Marjaliisa Betts)--34.5
  • Helsinki Citizens' Assembly (Misha Neubauer)--134.1
  • Helsinki Watch (Organization: U. S.) (Jeri Laber)--38.6
  • Hemingway, Carol, Mrs. Patrick--35.2, 127.10
  • Hemisphere Productions--10.10
  • Henderson, Lauren Milne--13.7
  • Hendricks, Andrea--72.4
  • Hennessey, Brian D.--146.1
  • Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery (Sue Hodson)--72.6
  • Henry, Peter, 1926- ( Scottish Slavonic Review)--134.1-2
  • Hentschel, Christopher C.--119.11
  • Hepner, Gershon--124.1
  • Herbert Oppenheimer, Nathan & Vandyk--29.3
  • Herd & Walker--125.5
  • Heritage Books, Inc.--124.1
  • Heritage Show (Television program) (Jane Merkin, Brian Skeet)--126.7
  • Herold, Alexander--22.9
  • Hersey, David--104.14
  • Hersey, John W.--91.13
  • Hertz Rent A Car--125.5
  • Hewish, Antony--135.2
  • Hewlett, _____--125.5
  • Hewlett, Francis, 1930- --125.5
  • Hibernia--34.5
  • Hicks, Alistair ( Antique)--53.4
  • Hicks, Munson--22.9
  • Higgins, George--135.5
  • Highgate School (G. R. Ferguson)--139.1
  • Hill, Venetia--134.10
  • Hillside Center (Sheri Stevenson)--132.1
  • Hilsky, Martin--125.3, 134.1
  • Hirshey, David--38.4
  • Hirst, Bill--72.5
  • Hoax! (Radio program) (Edward Taylor)--126.6
  • Hoban, Russell--135.4
  • Hobbs, Jack--36.1, 125.5
  • Hobo Film Enterprises Ltd. (Alasdair G. Nicolson)--111.8-9
  • Hobson, Harold (see also Sunday Times (London, England))--145.2
  • Hockney, David--135.4
  • Hodder and Stoughton (Elisabeth Bolshaw)--128.5, 138.7
  • Hodges, Mike--29.3-4, 118.8
  • Hoetink, Hendrik Richard--16.8
  • Hoffmann, Howard--38.3
  • Hoffmann, Ingrid--139.2
  • Hofstra University (Alice Conger Patterson)--39.3
  • Hoggart, Richard, 1918- --121.15, 130.4, 135.3
  • Holborough, Jacqueline--131.2
  • Holdaway, David--72.4
  • Hole in the Wall Theatre (Bill Mason)--144.2
  • Hollinger, Inc.--128.2
  • Hollins, John (Chelsea Football Club)--135.3
  • Hollywood Magazine (Kim Williamson)--124.4
  • Holm, Ian, 1932- --135.4
  • Holroyd, Michael (see also English Centre of International PEN and Society of Authors)--135.2
  • Holt, Rinehart, and Winston, inc. (Karen Mender)--141.8
  • Holt, Thelma, 1933- (Thelma Hold Ltd.)--35.4, 39.2, 94.15, 104.14
  • Home Economics (Tess Sullivan)--125.4
  • Homevale (Firm) (MaryLee MacNulty)--54.10, 124.3
  • Hong Kong Arts Festival (Joseph Seelig)--38.5
  • Honywell, Evelyn--8.5
  • Hood, Morag--22.9
  • Hoogstraten, Harry, 1941- --112.4
  • Hook! Productions Inc. (Jim Hart)--125.6
  • Hooked! (Television program) (Roy Ronnie)--126.7
  • Hoover, Paul--39.1
  • Hopkins, Anthony, 1937- --135.2
  • Hordern, Joanna--124.2
  • Hordern, Michael, Sir--35.1, 135.2
  • Horizon (Television program) (Mick Jackson)--126.7
  • Hornby, Simon, Sir (re. Goodman Awards)--125.3, 129.2
  • Hornick, Neil ( The Phantom Captain)--124.6
  • Hornung, E.--114.8
  • Horovitz, Michael, 1935- --31.6, 34.11, 35.1-4, 36.1, 36.3, 124.2, 124.6, 125.2, 125.5
  • Horrigan, Edward A.--35.6
  • Horsted Place (Julian Hook)--144.2
  • Hospital of St. John (London, England) (William Franklyn)--139.7
  • Hostage Productions Ltd. (Michael Black)--132.1
  • Hôtel Concorde La Fayette Paris (Praxede Lehembre)--145.4
  • Houldey, Michael--38.6
  • Hourd, Dominic--140.4
  • Hourglass Pictures Ltd. (Martin Chilcott)--138.4
  • House, Gordon (BBC World Service Drama)--109.11
  • House of Books, Ltd. (New York, N. Y.)--35.2, 35.4-6
  • Housman Society (Jim Page)--124.2
  • Howard, A. G. (Alan G.) (see Conscience)
  • Howard, Elizabeth Jane--124.6, 134.4, 135.2
  • Howard, Ken, 1944- --38.4
  • Howard League for Penal Reform (Frances Crook)--128.4, 132.1, 132.6
  • Howard, Michael--132.1
  • Howard, Sarah--124.3
  • Howarth, Tanja--16.8
  • Howe, Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs--129.2Howlett,
  • Noel, 1901-1984--35.5
  • Hoy, Andrew--112.3
  • Hoyle, Geoff--35.5
  • Hoyts Fox Columbia Tri-Star Films (Ngaire Laundy)--111.8, 144.7
  • Hradkova, Darina--84.9
  • Hubka, Karel--16.8
  • Huckerby, Martin ( The Prague Post)--72.5
  • Hudson, Denise M.--135.5
  • Hudson, Hugh--90.5, 135.2
  • Hudson, Lucy--72.6
  • Hudzik, Sabine--72.4
  • Huey, Anne L.--13.7
  • Hughes and Company (S. Hughes)--125.5
  • Hughes, Carol Orchard (see also Arvon Foundation)--34.11
  • Hughes, Emlyn--135.4
  • Hughes, Ted, 1930- (see also Arvon Foundation)--35.1, 135.2
  • Hunkin, James F., 1958- --145.4
  • Hunniford, Gloria, 1940- --135.4
  • Hunt, Christopher--10.4
  • Hunt, Pam--135.5
  • Hunter, Jim, 1939 June 24- --140.6
  • Hunter, Ron--91.12
  • Hurstpierpoint College (Christopher Dean)--138.7
  • Hurt, John, 1940- --35.6, 129.2
  • Husak, Gustav--134.2, 134.4
  • Hutch, Caroline--35.1
  • Hutchinson, Jeremy--135.2
  • Hutchinson Radius (Neil Belton)--139.6
  • Huth, Angela, 1938- --34.11
  • Hydelman Oils Ltd. (G. Carroll)--143.3, 143.5, 143.7
  • I.C.C.S.--125.4
  • Ian Clayton Ltd.--125.4
  • Ibbotson, Janet--143.3
  • Icarus Productions (Paul Schnee)--111.9, 145.4
  • Ickinger, Dorothy--72.6
  • Icons of the 20th Century (Barbara Cady, 1942-)--138.5
  • Iddon, John (see St. Mary's College)
  • Idle, Eric--35.3
  • Ihde, Albert--69.15, 87.4, 124.6
  • Illinois Humanities Council (Eileen Mackevich)--139.3
  • Illuminations (Simon Lewis)--138.1
  • Illustrated London News (James Bishop, 1929-)--38.4
  • Imison, Richard (see also British Broadcasting Corporation)--145.4
  • Imperial Cancer Research Fund (Great Britain) (Susan Kass)--133.2
  • Imperial College of Science and Technology (Michael P. Newman, David Sherrington)--39.2, 143.7
  • Imperial Tobacco Limited (P. H. R. Stevens)--39.1
  • Imperial War Museum (Great Britain)--128.5, 129.3
  • In Britain (Josephine Fader, Lucy Koserski)--39.1, Oversize Box 5
  • In the Psychiatrist's Chair (Radio program) (Michael Ember)--126.5
  • Indar Pasricha Fine Arts--128.1
  • Independent (Michael Bateman, Sebastian Faulks, Susan Feldman, James Ferguson, Robert Fisk, Angela Lambert)--13.7, 38.3-4, 124.1, 129.1, 138.3, 138.5, 139.1
  • Independent Broadcasting Authority--141.8
  • Independent Communications Associates (Karl Sabbagh)--139.6
  • Independent on Sunday (London, England) (Magnus Macintyre, Blake Morrison)--72.5, 138.3, 138.5
  • Independent Television News (Great Britain) (Derek A. Guthrie)--125.3, 139.6
  • Index on Censorship (Catherine Freeman, Andrew Graham-Yooll, Pavel Mikhailovich Litvinov, 1940-; Jenny Pearce, Philip Spender, Stephen Spender, 1909-; George Theiner, Jan Vladislav, 1923-)--36.8, 37.3-4, 37.6, 40.2, 124.3, 128.3, 132.6, 134.2, 136.6-7, 137.1-4, 137.6, 143.3, 144.2
  • Inforex, Inc.--112.4
  • Inglis, Anne--125.7
  • Ingram, Sally--72.4
  • Initial Film and Television (Rocky Oldham)--127.2
  • Inner London Education Authority (Harry B. Powell)--39.1
  • Innocent, Harold, 1935- --35.1, 35.4
  • Inostrannaya Literatura--72.3
  • Inshaw, David, 1943- --124.2
  • Insight (Sue Vidovic)--125.3
  • Insolvency Service Support Unit (R. M. Young)--127.11
  • Inspiration Management--13.6
  • Institut kurde (Paris, France) (Siyamend Othman)--130.5
  • Institute of Contemporary Arts (London, England) (Linda Brandon, Judith Squires)--73.13, 138.7, 139.1, 144.5
  • Institute of Directors (G. J. Shore)--139.1
  • Institute of Linguists (Lorna R. Sandler)--139.5, 139.7
  • Institutet för framtidsstudies (Sweden) (Nordal Akerman, 1941-)--139.3
  • InterAct, Inc. (Philadelphia) (Brad Rosenstein)--139.7
  • Inter-Action Trust (Ed Berman, Jan Cosgrove, Jim Hiley, Molly Lowell)--35.3, 36.1, 82.10, 124.5-6, 125.1, 125.5, 127.11, 129.1, 132.6, 144.7
  • International Association of Theatre Critics (Della Couling, John Elsom, Ian Herbert)--38.4, 38.6, 127.9
  • International Association on the Political Use of Psychiatry (C. Durand, Vladimir Boekovski, C. Kuhn, Robert van Voren)--132.4, 134.9
  • International Byron Society (Elma Dangerfield)--72.5
  • International Campaign-Orlov and Shcharansky (Miles Reid)--132.4
  • International Centre for Peace in the Middle East (David Astor, William Frankel, June Jacobs, Ethel Wix)--134.10
  • International Centre for Research on New Theatre Language (Maurizio Scaparro)--38.4
  • International Committee for the Support of Charter 77 in Czechoslovakia (Gerda Neudeck, France de Nicolay, Ivana Tigrid)--134.1-2
  • International Committee of Scientists for Soviet Refusniks--135.5
  • International Copyright Bureau Ltd. (Jane Fann)--114.8
  • International Council of Jews from Czechoslovakia (K. Baum)--37.6
  • International Creative Management (J. Bagley, Jeff Berger, Arlene Donovan, Milton Goldman, Tony Russo, Vicky Traube)--39.4, 73.13, 112.5, 124.5, 140.2, 145.4
  • International Festival of Authors (see Harbourfront Reading Series)
  • International Festival of Young Playwrights (Kingston Anderson)--39.1
  • International Foundation for Training in the Arts (Anthony Branch)--129.3
  • International Herald Tribune (Mary Blume)--141.8
  • International James Joyce Symposium (Anthony Cronin)--140.6
  • International Press Institute (Frank Rogers)--130.3
  • International Sakharov Hearings (Allan Wynn)--132.4, 142.6
  • International Seminar Central Europe Culture Perplexed (Jolanta Piatek, Mirostew Yasinski)--136.5
  • International Shakespeare Globe Centre (Michael Holden, Sam Wanamaker, 1919-)--111.9, 124.3
  • International Symposium on the Arts (Peter Brinson)--39.1
  • International Theatre Institute (Elaine Kidd, Neville Shulman, Helen Webb)--132.5, 138.5, 140.4
  • International Theatre Institute. British Centre (Jean Benedetti)--39.1
  • International Voluntary Service (Sonia Ponter)--144.2
  • Interuniverzitetski centar za postdiplomski studij (Dubrovnik, Croatia) (Kathy Wilkes)--131.9
  • Interview (Mario Amaya)--140.5
  • Inverness District Council--129.1
  • Iron Mountain Productions (Emanuel "Manny" Azenberg, 1934-; Lesley Butler; Abby Evans; Peter Lawrence; Ginger Montel; Linnea Sundsten)--13.6, 22.9-10, 42.6, 48.4, 53.4, 73.6, 87.4, 107.4, 111.8-9, 112.1, 112.4, 124.4, 135.5, 138.1, 142.4, 144.3, 144.7, 145.2, 145.4
  • Irons, Jeremy, 1948- --112.5, 135.3
  • Isaacson, Barry (Universal Pictures (Firm))--53.4
  • Isarov, Boris--34.11
  • Isham, Doug--135.5
  • Isis (Oxford, England) (Samira Ahmed; Nicholas Dale; Ronit Ghose; Andrew Gumbel; Rachel Johnson, 1965-)--125.7, 138.5, 138.7, 140.2, 140.4-5, 143.3
  • Isle of Man Arts Council (Lynda Cannell)--139.6
  • Israel Heritage (Susan Warnock)--127.2
  • Israel Products Consumers Association (Shaindy Mason)--37.5
  • Itzin, Catherine, 1944- --34.4
  • Iver Grove Charitable Trust (Spicer & Pegler)--130.8
  • Ivor, Richard--129.1
  • J. Roderick MacArthur Foundation (Lance E. Lindblom, J. Roderick MacArthur)--136.7, 137.2-3
  • JSLD (Lou Deluca, John Simone)--35.3, 35.4
  • Jackson, Alastar H.--124.5, 134.2
  • Jackson, Anne, 1926- (see Wallach, Eli)
  • Jackson, Glenda--135.4
  • Jackson, Gordon, 1923- --135.4
  • Jackson, Nagle (see also McCarter Theatre)--35.2, 35.5, 39.1-2
  • Jackson-Stops & Staff (T. W. A. Jackson-Stops)--125.5
  • Jacksons Lane Community Centre (Tony Barlow)--132.5
  • Jacobi, Derek--135.2
  • Jacobs, June (see also Board of Deputies of British Jews, Conscience: The Inter-Denominational Committee for Soviet Jewry, International Centre for Peace in the Middle East, and National Council for Soviet Jewry of the United Kingdom and Ireland)--39.1, 135.5
  • Jacobson, Dan--135.2
  • Jacques, David--72.5
  • Jadran Film (Velinca Ficor, Michael Mihalic)--112.1
  • Jagger, Mick (and Jerry Hall)--53.4, 93.12, 128.4, 129.1, 129.4, 144.5
  • Jakobec, Milan--128.2
  • Jamaican Catering Company (Thelma English)--22.10
  • James, Allan--112.3
  • James, Brenning--111.9
  • James, Clive, 1939- --35.3-4, 125.1-2
  • James Garrett & Partners Limited (Brock Van den Bogaerde)--38.3
  • James Joyce Society of Sweden and Finland (Johannes Hedberg)--39.1
  • James, Penelope--138.7
  • James, Peter (Lyric Theatre (Hammersmith, London, England))--53.4
  • James, Rhiannan--124.1
  • James Service Ltd. (Fiona Spencer Thomas)--141.4
  • James, Tony--139.6
  • Jan Hus Educational Foundation (Barbara Day, Jana Kuchtovà, Miroslav Pospísil, Roger Scruton, Kathy Wilkes)--134.1, 134.6, 143.7, 144.2
  • Jan Krukowski Associates Inc. (Fritz Jellinghaus)--124.5
  • Janklow, Linda--72.4
  • Janko, Richard, 1955- --94.14
  • Janner, Greville--128.1
  • Janouch, Frantisek (see Charta 77)
  • Janus Films (Klaus Hellwig)--39.4
  • Jasim, Majeed Hameed--132.2
  • Jason, David--135.4
  • Jay, Kenneth--93.12
  • Jeal, S. H. R.--125.5
  • Jeffares, A. Norman (Alexander Norman), 1920- --140.4
  • Jellicoe, Ann (see Colway Theatre Trust and Dorchester Community Play Office)
  • Jenkins, Anthony, 1936- --124.5, 125.7, 140.4
  • Jenkins, Mark--38.1
  • Jennifer Jones Simon Foundation (Jennifer Jones, 1919-)--38.6
  • Jersey Association for the Teaching of English (Sheelah Langlois)--38.4
  • Jewish Programme Materials Project (Beverly R. Cohen)--38.4
  • Jewish Quarterly (Colin Shindler)--38.4
  • Joffé, Roland, 1945- (Roland Joffé Ltd., Warner Bros.)--35.1, 38.3
  • Joffee, Linda--140.2
  • Johann, Susan--125.3, 139.6
  • John, Beynon--147.9
  • John Calder (Publishers) Ltd.--34.4
  • John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation (Mary Ann Worklan re. Wallace Shawn)--139.4
  • John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts (U. S.) (Ralph Davidson, Martin Feinstein, George Stevens, Jr., Nick Vanoff)--10.4, 18.8, 139.7, 140.1, 143.7
  • John F. Kennedy Library. Foundation (Megan Desnoyers, Lisa Middents, Stephen Plotkin)--127.10
  • John Galway Foster Memorial Lecture--129.1-3
  • John McGreevy Productions (John McGreevy)--39.4
  • John Player Centenary Festival (Hugh Barton, William Kallaway)--10.5
  • John Stuart Advertising Limited (John S. Farrier)--38.4
  • John Wilson (Autographs) Ltd.--144.7
  • Johnson, B. S. (Bryan Stanley), 1933-1973--37.2
  • Johnson, Daniel--35.1-2, 126.3
  • Johnson, Marigold Hunt (and Paul Bede Johnson)--13.7, 35.1, 128.4, 129.3, 143.7, 144.7, 145.2
  • Johnson, Samuel Adder--125.3, 125.6
  • Johnston, Russell, Sir--135.2
  • Johnstone, Iain--124.4
  • Johnstone, Susanna--138.4
  • Joint Educational Trust (Keith Ingram)--132.5
  • Joint Israel Appeal (Cheryl Mariner)--39.1
  • Jonathan Cape (Firm) (re. Julian Barnes)--35.6, 128.6
  • Jones, Anthony--128.6
  • Jones, Derek, 1927- --29.3
  • Jones, Doreen--112.2
  • Jones, Jennifer, 1919- --38.6
  • Jones, Nesta Wyn--38.3
  • Jones, Paul--135.2
  • Jones, Penny--37.4
  • Jones, Peter--124.2
  • Jones, Rupert--138.5
  • Jordan, Fred--31.6
  • Joseph, Claudia--139.7
  • Josephs, Jeremy--37.5
  • Jotterand, Franck--31.6
  • Journal of the Cricket Society (Clive W. Porter)--138.6
  • Joyce, Joan, Philosophy (London, England)--36.1
  • Jubilee Campaign (Danny Smith)--132.3
  • Judi Laister Fees Fund (Judi Laister)--125.3
  • Juncker, Klaus (see Rowohlt Theater-Verlag)
  • Jurasas, Jonas, 1936- --10.5
  • Justin, John--134.2
  • KPMG Management Consulting (Sharon Studer re. Tony Harrison play)--129.1, 138.6
  • Kahn,_____--125.4
  • Kakabadze, Nodar--134.11
  • Kalamaras, Carol--93.12
  • Kaleidoscope (Radio program) (Julia May)--144.5
  • Kaleidoscope Theatre (Andrew W. Bryant)--132.6
  • Kaley,_____--124.1
  • Kallaway, William--(see also Nunn, Trevor) 10.5, 38.3, 38.6
  • Kamlot, Robert (see Iron Mountain Productions)
  • Kane, Ros--37.5
  • Kanner, Alexis, 1942- --35.2
  • Kanski, Edward--29.4
  • Kanturkovà, Eva, 1930- --134.2
  • Kapadia, Ramesh--72.5
  • Kaplan-Mann, Marcia--72.4
  • Kapoor, Kunal (Adfilm Valas)--124.2
  • Karatnycky, Adrian--38.1
  • Karch, Matthias--Oversize Box 3
  • Karlin, Miriam--135.4
  • Kaspar, Antonia--134.2
  • Katherine Smalley Productions, Inc. (Katherine Smalley)--139.5
  • Katona Jozsef Theatre--72.3
  • Katzenberg, Jeffrey and Marilyn--129.2, 138.1
  • Kayden, Jerold S.--38.6, 39.1
  • Kaye, Emmanuel, Sir--72.5
  • Keane, John, 1949- --16.8
  • Keats-Shelley Memorial Association--37.5
  • Keith, Penelope, 1940- --135.4
  • Kelbert, Leonid--134.10
  • Kelleher, Terence (Oxford Playhouse)--72.5
  • Kelly, Eamonn--72.4
  • Kelly, Frances--125.3, 132.5
  • Kelly, Greg--125.3, 139.5
  • Kelly, Katherine E., 1947- --39.1, 124.4, 145.4
  • Kelso, James--91.13
  • Kendal, Felicity--39.1, 72.4-5, 93.2, 128.3-4, 135.2
  • Kennedy, Kathleen--8.5, 69.20, 77.10, 84.11, 90.5-6, 94.4, 117.3, 124.2, 124.5, 125.3, 125.6, 145.2
  • Kennedy, Robert D.--39.3
  • Kennedy/Marshall Company (Lori Connolly)--66.7, 128.3
  • Kenneth More Theatre (Vivyan Ellacott)--132.1
  • Kennington Police Station (_____Edwardson)--135.5
  • Kennington Summer Project--124.2
  • Kenny, Chris--8.5
  • Kent State University. Libraries. Dept. of Special Collections and Archives (Nancy Birk)--132.1
  • Kenworthy-Browne, J. A.--72.5
  • Kenyon College (D. Gertrude Fesler, Philip H. Jordan, Jr., Gerrit H. Roelofs)--126.2, 140.5, 142.4
  • Keranen, George M.--120.10
  • Kerensky, Oleg, 1930- --34.4
  • Kernna, Hans--35.5
  • Kessler, Stuart A.--73.6, 125.3
  • Kestelman, Sara--35.4, 135.3
  • Kettle, Peter--126.1
  • Kettle, Will--126.1
  • Key Video (Firm) (John Lester Hall)--144.7
  • Khalidi, A. S.--140.3
  • Khan, Aman--105.7
  • Kiasashvili, Nico--35.2-4, 120.10
  • Killen, Jasmine--131.9
  • King, D. P. A.--34.11
  • King, Francis Henry (see also PEN)--135.3
  • King, Kimball--34.10
  • King's College (University of London) (Nicholas Johnson, Craig Warner)--138.3, 143.7
  • King's College School (Wimbledon, England). English Society (Malcolm Jarvis, John Wilkins)--38.3-4
  • King's College School (Wimbledon, England). Pre-Clinical Medical and Dental Society (Adrian Woolfson)--38.4
  • King's Head Theatre Club (Dan Crawford, Kerri Ann Marden)--73.6, 91.13, 124.1, 125.3
  • King's Lynn Festival (A. R. Ellis)--125.3
  • King's School (Rochester) (Edward Towne)--139.5
  • King's School (Worcester) (J. M. Moore)--140.4
  • Kingsley, Ben--139.3
  • Kingsley, David (Kingsley & Kingsley)--127.11
  • Kingston, M. J. "Mike" (re. Lorrain Osman)--139.6
  • Kington, Miles (see also Punch (London, England))--124.3
  • Kingwill & Goossen (Lawrence "Larry" Goossen)--140.4
  • Kinnock, Gladys--135.4
  • Kinsella, Boesch, Fujikawa & Towle (Dale F. Kinsella)--112.4
  • Kirby, Louis--135.2-3
  • Kit Cat Club (Clare Slater)--124.2-3
  • Kitchen, Michael--34.11, 35.1, 36.6, 72.6, 100.6, 124.1, 135.2
  • Klobouk, Jiri--35.3, 134.3
  • Klug, A.--135.4
  • Kneis, Christina--138.4
  • Knight, Andrew ( The Daily Telegraph)--135.3
  • Knightsbridge Crown Court--124.2
  • Knightsbridge Theatrical Productions Ltd.--143.3
  • Knopfler, Mark--135.4
  • Knowles, Sam--140.2
  • Koch, Mitchell Harlan--140.2
  • Kodicek, Susan--35.5
  • Köhler, Christoph--114.7
  • Körner, Diti--34.11, 35.6, 46.5, 72.5
  • Körner, Stephan, 1913- --35.4, 124.6
  • Kohàk, Erazim V.--37.6
  • Kohler, Claudia--140.6
  • Kolouchova, Eva--38.5
  • Kong, Myorpun--139.6
  • Kongelige Teater (Denmark) (Birgitte Price)--72.4
  • Konupek, Hana--37.6
  • Konupek, Michael--38.1
  • Koppel, Gideon--139.2
  • Kops, Bernard, 1926- --135.3
  • Koran, Jaroslav--124.4, 125.3
  • Korporaal, Glenda--125.5
  • Koryagin, Anatoly Ivanovich, 1938- --134.11
  • Koryagin, Galina--132.4
  • Kossoff, David, 1919- --135.2
  • Kotarski, Marcia Lynn--53.4
  • Kowal, Yenesa--135.5
  • Kraft, Barry--87.4
  • Krag (Teresa Lesniowska-Baker)--104.10
  • Kramer, Louis--112.2
  • Krapp, Helmut--4.4, 4.8
  • Krauss, Horst--125.3
  • Kreilkamp, Katherine--95.11
  • Krejci, Jaroslav, 1916- --39.1
  • Kreps, Barbara Irene, 1942- --35.4
  • Kuehl, Jerry--39.1
  • Kukche Pèen Kèullop Häneguk Ponbu (Eul Byung Chung, Sook Hee Chun)--130.5
  • Kulukundis, Eddie, Sir--124.1, 135.2
  • Kumin, Fran--22.9, 73.6
  • Kundera, Milan--35.5
  • Kustow, Michael--36.1, 125.3, 139.6
  • Kwiatkowski, Gerhard--31.8
  • Kyburg Limited (Ursula Horsman-Lanz)--126.1
  • Laber, Jeri--38.6
  • Labyrint divadlo studio klub (see Realistické divadlo)
  • Lacy, Tom--125.2
  • Ladbroke Dragonara Hotel--143.3
  • Lader, Philip, 1946- --128.1-2
  • Laine, Cleo--35.5, 36.1
  • Laing, J. M. K. (John Laing)--125.3, 129.2, 132.1
  • Laing & Fosbrook Media Productions (Deborah Fosbrook)--129.3
  • Lakeman, Thomas--38.4
  • Lamb, Irene--112.4
  • Lamb, Larry, Sir ( Daily Express)>--135.4
  • Lambert, Peter--39.2
  • Lamboll, Alan--35.5
  • Lamche Pascale--125.3
  • Lamos, Mark (Hartford Stage Company)--33.4
  • Landen, Dinsdale--100.6, 135.2
  • Lander, James--39.1
  • Landis, Jeanette--31.6
  • Landis, John, 1951- --35.1, 127.4
  • Landseer Film & Television Productions (Alistair Fraser; Ken Howard, 1944-)--38.4, 140.2
  • Landsman, Denise--134.10-11
  • Landstone, Charles, 1897- (see Bristol Old Vic Theatre Company)
  • Lang, Jack, 1939- --138.1, 139.7
  • Langley Carnival Association (B. A. Ellis)--39.3
  • Langley Grammar School's Parents' Association (Heidi Steinhardt)--144.3
  • Langton, Robert Gore--38.4
  • Lansam, David--38.3
  • Lantern Theatre Trust (Bea Cutler)--126.4
  • Lantz, Robert--22.10, 31.6, 35.3
  • Lanyi, Robert and Janelle--129.2
  • Larkin, Bob--125.5
  • Larkin, Clifford A.--35.3
  • Larkin, Robert W. (Robert W. Larkin Publicity)--105.3, 125.1, 144.2
  • Lartéguy, Jean, 1920- --35.5
  • La Sala, Maria Chiara--125.3, 139.4
  • Lasdun, Denys--131.3
  • Lasky, Melvin J.--38.3
  • Last Word Lunchtime Lectures (Louise Lane Fox)--138.2
  • Late Show (Martin Davidson, Janice Hadlow, Sophie Manham)--139.1, 139.4
  • Late Show with Clive James (Elaine Bedell, Lorna Dickinson, Lisa Doyle, Charles Hunter)--126.7, 130.4
  • Laterna Magica (Peter Larsson)--134.2
  • Lauren, Ralph--128.1
  • Lawley, Sue, 1946- --135.4
  • Lawlor, John--35.2
  • Lawrence University (Mojmir Povolny, Richard Warch)--126.2
  • Lax, Carole--139.4
  • Lay, Donald P., 1926- --72.4
  • Leader (Cinema Quarterly, Israel) (Dmitry Goroshevsky)--138.7
  • Leagas Delaney Partnership (Tim Delaney)--39.1
  • League of Jewish Women (Sheila Shear)--135.5
  • League of Playwrights and Scriptwriters (Geoffrey Sentinella)--139.7
  • Learning through Landscapes (Lord Remnant)--138.7
  • Leavy Rosensweig & Hyman (Paul S. Woerner)--112.2
  • Le Brocq, Philip--38.4
  • Le Café du Jardin (Robert_____)--88.6
  • Le Carré, John, 1931- --117.3, 124.1, 135.4
  • Lee, Alvin A., 1930- --129.5, 143.7
  • Lee-Potter, Linda--135.2
  • Leeds Grammar School (England) (Kenneth Briggs)--72.3
  • Leeds Health Authority (P. C. Solk)--132.3
  • Leeds Playhouse Theatre in Education Company (John Harrison)--39.2, 144.2
  • Leeds Polytechnic (S. A. Kilroe)--140.1
  • Leeds University Union (Sophie Brookes, Tim Goodall, M. J. Read)--124.4, 125.5, 138.3
  • Lefeaux, Charles--36.2
  • Legal and General Assurance Society Ltd.--125.5
  • Legge-Bourke, Tiggy--128.3
  • Leicester Haymarket Theatre (David Aukin)--16.8
  • Leighton Park School (Jim Hunter)--134.2
  • Lemkow, Schuel Izchak (Tutte)--34.11
  • Leno, Catherine E.--141.6, 142.2
  • Lenska, Rula--22.10
  • Lent Rise School Association (A. Dye)--140.4
  • Lentz, Peter E.--35.5
  • Leonard, George R.--135.3, 135.5
  • Leopold, Petrich & Smith (Marvin Mark Berchin)--99.2
  • Lessing, Doris May, 1919- --135.4
  • Lettre Internationale--29.4, 35.5
  • Lever, Harold, 1914- --135.2
  • Levin, Bernard--35.4, 72.5, 135.2, 142.2
  • Levin, Gail--138.2
  • Levin, Ilya Davidovich, 1948- --35.2, 35.4-5, 38.1-2, 124.5
  • Levin, Michael--35.3
  • Levine, Bruce--22.10, 35.3
  • Levinson, Barry (Hemisphere Productions)--10.10
  • Levy, Paul, 1941- --95.11
  • Lewis,_____ --125.5
  • Lewis, Flanzy--140.5
  • Lewis, Gerry--13.6, 91.13, 145.2
  • Lewis, Jeff--132.5
  • Lewis, (Joseph) Anthony, 1927-(see New York Times (Firm))
  • Lewis, Roger--13.6
  • Lewis, Tony--125.1
  • Lex Mead (Colin Harber, David Openshaw)--144.2
  • Leynds, H. H.--125.3
  • Libellus Foundation of Prague (Peter Fraser)--138.6
  • Libertarian Alliance (Hilary Nicholls)--140.5
  • Library of Congress (Nancy Galbraith, 1929-)--129.6
  • Lidbury, Peter A.--117.3, 125.3
  • Lidice 50 (Lou Kenton)--125.3, 133.1
  • Liehm, Antonin J., 1924- (Lettre Internationale)--29.4, 35.5
  • Life (New York, N. Y.) (Liz Corcoran)--139.3
  • Lime Tree (Elsbeth Lindner)--139.3
  • Lincoln Center Theater (New York, N. Y.) (André Bishop, Steven C. Callahan, Joan Straus Cullman, Bernard Gersten)--34.11, 66.7, 72.4, 124.2-3, 128.3, 128.5
  • Lincoln College (University of Oxford) (P. W. (Peter William) Atkins, 1940-; John Wilders)--138.4, 140.4
  • Linder, Jennie--35.2
  • Lindfors, Viveca, 1920- --35.3
  • Lindsay, Hugh--34.11, 143.3
  • Lindsay, Robert--13.7, 112.5, 135.4
  • Lindsay-Hogg, Michael--35.4-5
  • Linear Film Productions Ltd. (Jane Ryan)--139.7
  • Linehan, Harvey--72.5
  • Linfield, Nicholas--35.6
  • Lingfield Hospital School (Geoffrey Otton)--139.6
  • Linley, David, 1961- --128.4
  • Linley, _____, Viscount and Viscountess--128.1, 128.3
  • Lipman, Maureen--135.2
  • Liska, Tomàs--134.4
  • Listener and BBC Television Review (Francesca McManus, Lynne Truss)--38.3, 140.2
  • Literarisches Colloquium Berlin (Walter Hasenclever)--36.3
  • Literary Review (London, England: 1979) (Anne Smith, Auberon Waugh)--128.1, 138.3, 140.6
  • Literary Society (Duff Hart-Davis)--131.6
  • Little, John S.--95.11
  • Little Theatre of Tehran (Robin Allan)--105.4
  • Liverpool Everyman Theatre Company (Alan Durband)--36.2
  • Liverpool Medical Students Society (Andrew Breen, Andrew Carlin, William Cowie)--138.4
  • Livingstone, Ken, 1945- --135.2
  • Lloyd, Innes (Lloyd Productions Ltd.)--125.3, 139.5
  • Lloyd, Marcus--35.2, 140.1
  • Lloyd, Marion--22.10
  • Lloyd, Norman, 1914- --16.2
  • Lloyd Webber, Andrew, 1948- --56.3-5, 56.7, 56.9, 57.3, 76.10, 77.11, 125.3, 128.3, 129.1, 135.2
  • Lloyd Webber, _____, Lady--128.3
  • Lloyds Bank (P. J. Blakemore, G. F. Fox, _____ Lawrence)--8.7, 128.6, 137.4
  • Loch, Charles (see Amnesty International)
  • Lodge, David, 1935- --121.15
  • Lodore (A. R. England)--141.8
  • Loebl, Eugen, 1907- --140.6
  • Loewenstern, Mark--124.4
  • Logue, Christopher, 1926- --35.5, 135.3
  • Lollos, John (see ELM VideoTheatre)
  • Lom, Herbert--135.4
  • Loncar, Vitomira "Vita"--107.4, 131.9
  • London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art (Roger Croucher)--139.5
  • London Arts Board (Timothy Mason)--130.8
  • London Arts Discovery (Richard Barran)--138.1
  • London Broadcasting Co., Ltd. (Mal Reding)--141.8
  • London Community Cricket Association (Reg Scarlett, Chris Winn)--129.3
  • London Criminal Courts Solicitors' Association (Michael Burdett)--131.1
  • London Festival Ballet (Richard Shaw)--143.5
  • London Film Festival (Sheila Whitaker)--140.1
  • London International Festival of Theatre (Leslie Spencer)--38.6
  • London International Film School (John Braebourne, Alfredo Sanchez)--128.6, 133.3, 138.7, 143.7
  • London International Literary Festival (Joanna Mackle)--139.1, 139.2
  • London Library (Alan S. Bell, Lewis Golden, John Grigg, Douglas Matthews, Ann Mytton)--35.6, 46.5, 61.2, 66.7, 124.2, 125.3, 128.5-6, 132.6, 143.5, 143.7, 144.3, 144.5, 144.7, 145.2, 145.4
  • London Planetarium (John Ebdon)--36.1
  • London School of Economics and Political Science (M. Perlman, C. M. Phillips, Ben Teale)--38.5, 138.3, 140.4
  • London Sound Ltd.--35.4, 35.6, 39.4
  • London Students' and Academics' Committee for Soviet Jewry (Jonathan Arkush, Howard Rosen)--38.1-2
  • London Weekend Television, ltd. (Marcel Berlins, 1941-; Sir Christopher Bland; Melvyn Bragg; Lisa Doyle; Stephen Evans; Michael Hallifax; Joe Houlihan; Frances Whitaker)--35.5, 38.3, 39.3, 94.15, 128.4, 129.1-3, 138.1, 142.4
  • London Young Playwrights Festival (Derek Brown)--38.4
  • Long Eaton Adult Education Centres (Andrew Young)--125.5
  • Long Wharf Theatre (Arvin Brown, Ken Frankel)--114.7
  • Longman, Janey--128.1
  • Longmore, Jane--124.5
  • Longview Entertainment Ltd. (Sara Colleton, Rosalie Swedlin)--53.4, 131.8
  • Looking Forward to the Past (Radio program) (Paul Schlesinger)--126.5
  • Lopian, David--134.11
  • Loppert, Delayne (see Amnesty International)
  • Lorraine, Bob and Val--125.5
  • Los Angeles Theatre Center (Charles Marowitz)--125.7
  • Los Angeles Times (Firm) (Lawrence Christon)--34.4
  • Losey, Joseph--23.10, 35.4, 36.1, 124.6, 125.1-2
  • Losey, Patricia--129.2
  • Low Pay Unit (Chris Pond, Jon Snow)--132.1, 138.3
  • Lowein, J. C.--109.9
  • Lowenstein, H. and M. A.--91.13
  • Loynds, H. H.--139.5
  • Lucas, J. R. (John Randolph), 1929- --94.14
  • Lucasfilm, Ltd. (Colin Wilson)--94.4
  • Luce, Richard--131.3
  • Lucida Productions (Paul _____)--127.9, 144.5
  • Lucy's Trust (Simon Ann Dorin)--138.3
  • Luff, Peter--(see also Amnesty International)--10.5, 35.4-5, 37.5, 140.6
  • Lukaszewski, Leon--111.9, 125.3
  • Luke, Frances--22.10
  • Lumley, Joanna--135.3
  • Lumley-Cazalet Limited--128.4, 145.2
  • Lunchi, Cheri--124.3
  • Lupine, Patricia--74.2
  • Lurie, Alison--72.5
  • Luscombe, Tim--66.7, 73.6, 91.13, 138.3
  • Lutterbie, John Harry, 1948- --123.3
  • Luzzati, Emanuele, 1921- --36.1
  • Lycée Francais Charles de Gaulle (Peter Dominic Miéville)--38.3
  • Lycée Marcel Roby (Michelle Green, Barbara Roush, Section Américaine)--138.3
  • Lycett, Michael--38.2
  • Lyda, Buck--35.4
  • Lyddiard, Alan--39.3
  • Lyles, Leslie--22.10
  • Lynch, _____--125.5
  • Lynne Kirwin Associates (Lynne Kirwin)--13.6, 143.7
  • Lyric Opera of Chicago (Ardis Krainik)--38.6
  • Lyric Theatre (Hammersmith, London, England) (Peter James)--53.4, 132.1
  • MAP (Alexander Patrick Greysteil Ruthven Gowrie, 1939-)--133.2
  • MCA Inc. (Kate Barker, Tom Craig, Robert Rubin)--59.2, 79.5, 145.2
  • MGM/UA Entertainment Co. (John Boorman; Robert Chartoff; Alan Ladd, 1937-; Russell Thacher; Frank Yablans)--22.9, 36.2, 112.5
  • MJ Publicity--142.4
  • M. P. L. Communication, Inc. (N. Waddell)--134.2
  • MTM Enterprises (Morgan O'Sullivan)--112.5
  • Mabel Fletcher Technical College (Geraint Ellis)--84.9
  • MacAdam, Rod--125.5
  • McAlpine, R. Alistair--137.4
  • Macaulay, Alastair--72.4
  • McCann & Nugent Productions, Inc. (Nelle Nugent)--22.9
  • McCarter Theatre Center for the Performing Arts (Nagle Jackson, Janice Paran)--35.2, 39.1-2, 66.7, 114.7
  • McCartney, Linda--135.4
  • McCartney, Paul--135.4
  • McCourt, _____--88.6
  • McCue, Jim--35.2
  • McCulloch, Betty--125.1
  • McCulloch, Joseph--36.1, 125.2
  • McDonagh, Phylomena--35.6
  • McDonald, A. W.--125.4
  • McDonald & Co. (Jennifer Jones, Susan Lamb)--141.6, 141.8
  • Macdonald, Eleanor--131.2
  • Macdonald, John--134.11
  • MacDougall, Don (McMaster Summer Drama Festival)--81.12
  • Mace, Irène Jo--109.9
  • McEvoy, Dermot--34.5
  • McGill University (Gordon Maclachlan)--129.5
  • McGuinness, Frank--72.5
  • Machin, David (see Society of Authors (Great Britain))
  • McIllmurray, M. B., Dr.--38.5
  • McIntosh, Genista (see Royal Shakespeare Company)
  • McKane, Richard--134.10, 138.2
  • Mackay, Ian--112.1
  • McKay, Malcolm--125.4
  • McKellen, Ian--10.4-5, 34.1, 36.2, 104.14, 125.1, 128.2, 131.3, 137.1, 144.7
  • MacKenzie, Ian--124.4
  • Mackintosh, Cameron--39.1
  • Mackit, Lindsay--125.7
  • McMaster University (Elizabeth Inman, Graeme MacQueen, Graham Roebuck)--121.18, 129.5, 143.7
  • Macmillan & Co. (Kyle Cathie, Minna Fry, Jeremy Hadfield)--35.5, 36.2, 128.6, 129.2-3, 138.3, 143.7
  • McMillan, Dougald--124.6
  • McNair, Susan (see Jacky Matthews and Mike Nichols)
  • MacNaughton Lowe Representation Ltd. (Patricia MacNaughton)--111.8
  • MacPhail, Ralph C., Jr.--125.5
  • Macrae, Gillian--140.4
  • McShane, Ian, 1942- --135.2
  • McTiernan, John--99.1
  • McVeigh, Veg_____--124.6
  • Maday _____--138.1
  • Madden, Cecil (Charles), 1902-1987--35.6
  • Madden, Mary Ann--22.10, 35.5
  • Maddern, Victor (Scripts Ltd.)--6.8
  • Märthesheimer, Peter, 1938- --4.6, 4.8
  • Magarik, Alexei--134.10
  • Magdalen College (University of Oxford) (Nicholas D. S. Brumm, Orde Levinson)--38.3, 128.6, 139.4
  • Magee, Bryan--35.2, 35.4, 35.6, 36.1, 125.2, 135.2
  • Magic Cinema (Nelly Puliero)--111.7
  • Magid, Paul--125.3, 129.1
  • Maguire, Ann--29.3
  • Magyar Nemzet--140.4
  • Mahler, Marina--125.3, 132.2
  • Mahon, Gerald--135.2, 135.5
  • Mahovsky, Pavel--134.2
  • Maiden Erlegh School (P. Ledger)--138.5
  • Mail on Sunday (Paula Johnson)--39.2, 140.5
  • Main Stage Theatre Guild (Charlemagne Jameson Nodus)--132.2
  • Major, John Roy, 1943- --128.3, 145.2
  • Makers of Modern Culture (Justin Wintle)--127.11
  • Mala Scena (Vitomira Loncar)--107.4, 131.9
  • Malaparte Literary Prize Ceremony (Pieranna Cavalchini)--127.9
  • Malcolm, Andrew--139.4
  • Malcolm Sargent Cancer Fund for Children (Rob Farrow)--138.5
  • Malik, Pamela--124.4
  • Mallinson, Ann--125.3
  • Malpass, Kevin--125.3
  • Mamet, David--35.3-4
  • Manchester Grammar School (Andrew Mayne)--125.5
  • Manchester Leukas-Aid (Shelly Gordon)--133.1
  • Manchester Polytechnic (Nick Maynard)--133.2, 140.3
  • Mandel, Ellen (Mopat Music)--120.10, 138.2
  • Mandy Wheeler Sound Productions (Deborah Owen)--138.2
  • Manheim, Michael (Manheim Company)--125.3, 139.2
  • Mannlif (Svanhildur Konrads)--139.1
  • Manson, Pamela--38.2, 134.10, 135.5
  • Mantelpiece (Television program) (Clara Glynn)--126.7
  • Marc (see Sunday Times (London, England) and Tatler)
  • Marchant, Jules-Henri--72.4
  • Marcus, Frank--35.4
  • Margaret and Jack Hobbs, Publishers (Jack Hobbs)--36.1, 125.5
  • Margaret, Princess, Countess of Snowdon, 1930- --66.7
  • Margaret Ramsay Ltd.--16.2, 124.6, 125.1
  • Margolius, Ivan--134.2
  • Margulies, Stan, 1920- --10.5
  • Marie Stopes International (Baroness Nancy Sear of Paddington)--144.2
  • Marie-Christine, Princess--22.10, 142.2
  • Mark Taper Forum (Los Angeles, California) (Stephen Albert, 1941-; Gordon Davidson, 1933-; Robert Egan, 1945-; Stanley Kaminsky; Phyllis Moberly; Edward Parone; Madeline Puzo)--10.5, 16.7, 22.9, 31.2, 31.6, 35.6, 84.9, 138.1
  • Marks, Alfred--135.2
  • Marks, Cheryl--124.3
  • Marks, Laurence (see Observer (London, England))
  • Marlas, James and Glennie--35.1
  • Marlborough Fine Art Ltd.--128.4
  • Marlow, Jean--35.1
  • Marlowe, Derek--35.5, 36.2
  • Mars Productions Ltd. (Robert Marshall)--66.7
  • Marshall, Frank--8.5, 94.4, 124.2, 125.6
  • Marshall, Gillian--112.3
  • Martin, Elliot--35.4-5, 36.2, 72.6
  • Martin, Jitka--16.8
  • Martin, John--38.4
  • Martin Newcombe Productions Limited (Martin Newcombe)--38.5
  • Martin, Troy Kennedy, 1932- --36.1
  • Martin, Wendy--34.11
  • Martini & Rossi Ltd.--129.3
  • Marxism Today (Julian Turner)--139.2
  • Maschler, Tom, 1934- --35.6
  • Mason, Ronald--132.2
  • Massey, Daniel--135.2
  • Masten, Jonathan--125.3, 134.1
  • Masterman, Chris--13.7
  • Mastik, Martin--34.11, 35.1-2, 134.2
  • Mathematical Intelligence (Chandler Davis)--72.4
  • Mathematical Sciences Research Institute (Berkeley, Calif.) (Robert Osserman)--72.2
  • Matthews, Christina--34.11
  • Matthews, Colin--140.3
  • Matthews, Douglas--35.6
  • Matthews, Jacky --8.5, 10.5, 16.4, 16.8, 22.10, 29.4, 36.4, 36.6, 38.2, 39.3, 44.1, 44.7, 48.4, 48.8, 49.8, 56.3, 65.9, 66.7, 77.6, 77.11, 80.7-8, 81.12, 84.11, 87.4, 92.11, 93.5, 94.4, 104.7, 111.7-9, 112.1-5, 114.7-8, 114.10, 117.3, 117.15, 119.9, 120.10, 121.7, 121.18, 121.23, 122.14, 124.1-3, 124.5, 125.3-7, 126.4-5, 126.7, 127.2, 127.5-6, 127.8-9, 127.11, 128.1, 129.2, 129.5, 130.5, 131.1, 131.3, 131.5, 131.8-9, 132.1-6, 133.2, 133.7, 134.1-2, 134.4, 134.6, 134.8, 134.11, 135.5, 137.3-4, 137.6, 138.1-7, 139.4, 139.6-7, 140.1-3, 140.5, 140.7, 141.6, 141.8, 142.2, 142.4, 142.6, 143.3, 143.5, 143.7, 144.2-3, 144.5, 144.7, 145.2, 145.4
  • Matthews, T.S. (Thomas Stanley), 1901- --35.1
  • Maxwell, D. L.--91.13
  • Maxwell, James (see Royal Exchange Theatre)
  • May, Robert M. (Robert McCredie), 1936- --42.4-5, 72.5-6
  • Maybox Group (Bill Freedman, S. Waley-Cohen)--109.9
  • Mayer, Brown & Platt (Ian R. Coles)--127.10
  • Mayflower Hotel (Washington, D. C.)--145.4
  • Mazzucchelli, Riccardo--128.1
  • Mecklenburgh Opera (Diana Hirst, K. Ruth Culver)--128.4, 128.6, 132.6, 138.4, 139.5
  • Medawar, J. S.--35.3-4, 135.3
  • Media Production Services (Sally Harrison)--29.4
  • Media Productions Co. (John Flaxman)--13.10
  • Media Relations Ltd. (Judy Tarlo)--129.3
  • Media Week (Al Senter)--38.6
  • Medical & Professional Insurance Bureau (Graham Guest)--142.6, 143.7
  • Medical Foundation for the Care of Victims of Torture (Peter Egan, Fiona Whytehead)--128.4, 139.6
  • Medvei, Cornelius--138.4
  • Medwin, Michael--109.9
  • Meisel, Kurt, 1912- --31.8
  • Meiselas, Nancy--35.5
  • Meissner, Frank--38.3
  • Melbourne Writers' Festival (Simon Clews)--138.5
  • Meldegg, Stephan--95.11
  • Mellor, D. H.--34.4
  • Melly, George, 1926- --135.4
  • Melville, Nigel--135.4
  • Melville, Tom--138.5
  • Men of Letters (Radio program) (Adrian Mourby)--126.5
  • Mendoza, June--35.4, 35.6
  • Menuhin, Yehudi, 1916- --135.4
  • Mercer, David, 1928-1980--124.6
  • Merchant Ivory Productions--145.2, 145.4
  • Merchant Taylors' School (London, England) (John Dell, John K. Dishman, Bruce Ritchie, D. J. Skipper, John Steane)--35.2, 125.3, 141.6, 141.8, 142.2, 142.4
  • Mercks, Kees--16.8
  • Mercouri, Melina, 1925- --132.1, 139.7
  • Mercury, Freddie--135.4
  • Merle DeBuskey & Associates (Susan Chicoine, Merle DeBuskey)--72.4, 87.4, 138.2
  • Merlin Unwin Books (Merlin Unwin)--125.3, 139.4
  • Merrick, David, 1911- --31.6, 36.2
  • Merrick, Pamela--35.1
  • Mesain, Zaveev--91.13
  • Messer, Thomas--142.2
  • Methuen Publishing Ltd. (Peggy Butcher, Christopher Falkus, Nick Hern, Mary Remnant, Geoffrey Strachan)--125.7, 128.6, 130.1, 144.5
  • Metro-Goldwyn Mayer (see MGM/UA Entertainment Co.)
  • Metromedia Producers Corp. (Bruce Marson, Stephen Schlow, Rebecca Segal)--29.3-4, 118.8
  • Metropolitan Radio Limited (Robert D. Kennedy)--39.3
  • Metzer, Kurt--72.5
  • Meyer, Eric--124.1
  • Meyer-Lindenberg, Johannes--84.9
  • Meyers, Jeffrey (University of Colorado, Boulder)--127.10
  • Michael Codron Ltd. (Anna_____, Michael Codron, Gareth Johnson, David Sutton, Jenny Till, Alison Tucker)--13.6-7, 18.8, 22.9-10, 35.2-6, 36.2, 54.7, 66.7, 67.14, 73.6, 93.4, 95.11, 105.7, 112.5, 124.1, 124.6, 125.1, 127.5, 131.1, 134.2, 135.5, 143.7, 145.4
  • Michael Elliott Kidney Unit Trust (Freddie and Jennie Jones)--37.5
  • Michael Joseph Ltd. (Jenny Davies, re. Norman Mailer, re. Lynn Redgrave)--38.6, 128.5-6
  • Michael, of Kent, Prince--130.8, 142.6
  • Michael, of Kent, Princess--142.4
  • Michael O'Mara Books Limited (David Roberts)--124.2
  • Michael White Ltd. Theatre Productions (Michael White, 1936-)--36.1-2, 134.2
  • Michaelis, Rae--138.1
  • Michaels, Leonard, 1933- --125.5
  • Michel, Caroline--121.19, 144.7
  • Michell, Roger (see Royal Shakespeare Company)
  • Middlebrook, Diane Wood--35.5
  • Midland Bank (C. Burkin)--125.5
  • Midland Corporate Banking (D. C. Froude)--112.3
  • Midnight Theatre Company (Rebecca Wolman)--132.6
  • Mignani, Emanuela--112.2
  • Mike Spence--125.5
  • Mikel Rosen Productions/Promotions Ltd.--139.6
  • Mikes, George--135.2
  • Miles, John (re. Bernard James Miles)--138.4
  • Milestone School (Richard Smart)--142.4, 142.6
  • Millard, Ernest--100.6
  • Miller, Arthur I.--124.2
  • Miller, Jirina Georgette--134.1
  • Miller, Jonathan--39.1
  • Miller, Lucasta--139.7
  • Miller, Melanie--139.6
  • Miller, Mitchell R.--87.4
  • Mills, Haley (see Save the Children Fund (Great Britain))
  • Mills, John, 1908- --135.3
  • Mills, Norah--35.6
  • Milne, Alasdair--135.4
  • Milton Committee (Michael Ian Grade, 1943-; Michael Winner)--133.2
  • Mime Unlimited (Ron East)--112.4
  • Minkoff, George Robert (George Robert Minkoff Inc.)--126.4
  • Minneapolis Star and Tribune (Karin Winegar)--39.2
  • Mirage Enterprises (Carol_____, Les Knight)--104.7, 131.8
  • Miramax Films (Vicki M. Cherkas)--117.15
  • Mirror Group Newspapers Ltd. (Robert Maxwell, 1923-)--137.1
  • Mischcon,_____, Lord--131.2
  • Miss Porter's School (Farmington, Conn.) (Alice DeLana)--39.2
  • Mitchell, Adrian, 1932- --35.5, 36.2, 36.8, 125.2, 135.2
  • Mitchell, Celia--34.11, 125.2
  • Mitford, Deborah, 1920- --124.2
  • Mobil Oil Company (David Charlton, Richard Haining, J. C. Lowein)--109.9, 129.1, 139.1, 139.4
  • Modern Churchpeople's Union (Mark Oakley)--138.3
  • Modern First Editions--39.2
  • Modern Language Association of America (Shirley Shultz, English Showalter)--38.4, 126.2
  • Modern Review (Toby Young)--139.2
  • Molloy, Philip (re. John Boorman)--128.6
  • Moltke, Von--128.1
  • Mon Galerie of Amersham--141.4
  • Monroe County Library System (Gordon M. Conable)--125.3, 139.5
  • Montblanc (Marilyn Wicks)--139.1
  • Montblanc de la Culture Foundation (Deborah Carré, Lord Duoro)--124.3, 128.3
  • Montclair Art Museum (Eileen Tokar)--125.3, 139.5
  • Montclair State College. Institute for the Advancement of Philosophy for Children (Matthew Lipman, Catherine McCall)--35.4, 39.1, 39.3
  • Moody, Tom--23.10, 25.2, 112.1
  • Mooney, Bel, 1946- --135.2
  • Moore, Anna (see Amnesty International)
  • Moore, Elizabeth "Lou" (see ELM Video Theatre)
  • Moore, George Edward, Mrs.--95.11
  • Moore, Mary Tyler, 1937- --135.5
  • Moore, Stephen, 1937- --35.5, 135.2
  • Moran, Denis P. (Fordham University)--129.6, 140.5
  • Morgan,_____--125.5
  • Morgan, Howard J.--138.2
  • Morgan, John, Mr. and Mrs.--142.2
  • Morley, Sheridan, 1941- --[125.5], 128.5, 139.4
  • Morning Star Co-Operative Society Ltd.--35.5
  • Morris, John--39.4
  • Morris, Marie--72.5
  • Morrison, Blake (See also Observer (London, England))--138.3
  • Morrison, Charles--135.4
  • Mortimer, John Clifford, 1923- --35.5, 36.1, 124.6, 128.4, 134.4, 135.4, 138.5
  • Mortimer, Penelope--34.4, 35.5, 125.1
  • Mosaic Productions Inc. (Harry Moses)--38.5
  • Moser, C. A. (Claus Adolf), Sir--128.1, 135.3, 138.3, 138.5
  • Mosher, Gregory (Lincoln Center Theater)--34.11
  • Mosley, Nicholas, 1923- --46.5, 53.4, 90.5-6
  • Moss, A. W.--35.3
  • Mott, N. F. (Nevill Francis), Sir, 1905- --135.4
  • Mouton-Rothschild (Firm) (Philippine de Rothschild, David Russell)--128.4, 129.3, 143.5
  • Moving Pictures Inc. (Monika Maurer)--138.4
  • Moving Target Theatre Company (Carole Charnow)--38.4
  • Muckersie, Margaret--31.6
  • Müller, Klaus Peter, 1950- --38.5, 139.7
  • Muggeridge, Malcolm, 1903- --135.4
  • Muinzer, Philomena--131.2
  • Muir, Frank--125.2, 135.4
  • Mukherjee, Ashoke--142.6
  • Mullis, Donald--140.3
  • Multimedia Publication (Christopher Fagg)--141.8, 144.2
  • Muncie Civic Theatre (Debbie Commiskey)--132.1
  • Murdoch, Iris--134.4, 134.9, 145.4
  • Murphy, Kenneth--139.2
  • Murphy, Patricia--139.6
  • Murray, John G.--131.1
  • Muscular Dystrophy Group of Great Britain and Northern Ireland (Barbara Bate, Harry Carpenter)--133.3, 142.6
  • Museum of Broadcasting (New York, N. Y.) (Robert M. Batscha)--38.4
  • Museum of Modern Art (Oxford, England)--125.3, 139.5
  • Music for Youth (Ronald Senator)--39.2
  • Music Sales Ltd. (N. O. Wignall)--127.6
  • Music Space Trust (Judith Ackroyd, Joy McWatters)--132.6, 133.1
  • Music Unlimited (John Brett)--38.5
  • Muske-Dukes, Carol, 1945- --34.11
  • Mutton, Katherine (see The Actors Centre)
  • My Childhood (Television program) (Ray Connolly, 1940-)--38.4
  • Myburgh, Sarah--138.2
  • NWJ Trustees Ltd. (J. Bizec)--112.2-3
  • Nabokov, Véra (Mrs. Vladimir)--4.8
  • Nagel, James--35.3-4, 127.10
  • Naiditch, P. G.--94.15
  • Nakata, Hideo (Nikkatsu Kabushiki Kaisha, re. Joseph Losey)--138.4
  • Nàlevkovà, Jana--124.3
  • Nanavati, D. H.--140.4
  • Nangle, Julian, 1947- --140.5
  • Nangle, Margaret--138.3
  • Napier, John--112.4
  • Narodni galerie v Praze (Society of Friends) (Olga Pujmanovà)--134.1
  • Nash, Susan--23.7
  • National Aids Trust UK (Alec Howe, Alison Whyte)--139.7
  • National Association for Freedom (Graham Smith, Peter Richey)--37.5
  • National Association for Mental Health (Great Britain) (Paddy MacDee)--132.3, 133.3
  • National Association of Certificated Nursery Nurses (Ann Aunins)--133.2
  • National Association of Master Masons (I. M. Andrews)--38.3
  • National Association of Youth Theatres (Julie Tait)--125.3, 131.9, 132.5, 138.6
  • National Awards for Arts Journalism (Tim Brassell, 1953-)--38.5
  • National Conference of Cancer Self Help Groups (Tom Brown)--132.4
  • National Council for Soviet Jewry of the United Kingdom and Ireland (B. A. Berman, Alan Gold, Arieh L. Handler, Cynthia Jacobs, June Jacobs, Lawrence Littlestone, Len Rosenberg)--38.1-2, 132.3, 134.10-11, 135.1, 135.5
  • National Council for Voluntary Organisations (Great Britain)--128.5
  • National Drinkwise Day (Dave Arnold)--132.2
  • National Festival of Youth Theatres (David Balcombe)--38.6
  • National Film and Television School (Bill Anderson, Peter Bridgman, Maria Douza, Katherine Hedderly, Robert Herman, Frances Kelly, Mark Partridge, Stephen Philip, Boris Stout)--132.5, 138.4, 139.4, 147.6, 149.4
  • National Gallery (Great Britain) (Morven MacKillop)--139.1
  • National Garden Festival (Susan Wear)--144.2
  • National Handicapped Skiers Association (Great Britain) (Verica Peacock)--138.3
  • National Museum of Science & Industry (Graham Farmelo)--138.2
  • National No Smoking Day (Nicola Fowler)--144.2
  • National Osteoporosis Society (U. K.) (Camilla Parker Bowles, Annabel Elliot)--124.1
  • National Petition Campaign (Clive Nelson)--132.3
  • National Playing Fields Association (Great Britain) (Gyles Daubeney Brandreth, 1948-)--133.4-5
  • National Portrait Gallery (Great Britain) (John T. Hayes)--124.5, 137.7
  • National Power (Trevor Holdsworth)--128.6
  • National Review (John O'Sullivan)--139.6
  • National Secular Society (Barbara Smoker)--140.2
  • National Sleep Out Week (Rosemary Ashley)--132.2
  • National Society for Mentally Handicapped Children and Adults (Caroline Sayer, Hitesh Teli)--39.4, 132.4
  • National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (Gillian Bennett, Dora Lowenstein, Christine Shell)--38.4, 132.4, 138.7
  • National Student Drama Festival (Clive Wolfe)--124.6
  • National Theatre (Great Britain) (see Royal National Theatre (Great Britain))
  • National Theatre Society Limited (Thomàs Mac Anna)--31.6
  • National Theatre Workshop of the Handicapped (Rick Curry, 1943-)--125.3
  • National Trust (Great Britain) (David Bett, Sheila Gale, Anthea Palmer)--138.2, 142.4
  • National Union of Journalists (Great Britain) (H. J. Bradley)--36.3
  • National Youth Film Foundation (Christina Hutchins)--140.4
  • Natural History Museum (Nancy Giles)--128.2, 128.3
  • Naudet, Jean-Jacques ( Icons of the 20th Century)--138.5
  • Navitan Committee (Malcolm Cohen)--134.10
  • Naylor, Hara International K. K. Marketing and Advertising (Martyn Naylor)-- 36.5, 66.7, 109.9
  • Nebehay, Christian Michael, 1909- --35.3
  • Nederlander, Charlene (Mrs. James M.)--72.6
  • Nederlands Theater Instituut (Steve Austen)--38.3
  • Needle in a Haystack Inc. (Steven B. Zaboji)--126.3
  • Nelson Mandela International Reception Committee (Bishop Trevor Huddleston, 1913-)--129.2
  • Nelson, Sally--35.3, 35.5
  • Nene College, Northampton (David R. George; George Savona, 1942-)--39.3, 141.6
  • Nerlich, Graham, 1929- --35.6
  • Netherlands Committee on the Olympic Games and Human Rights (L. J. Brinkhorst, E. Van Thijn)--133.5
  • Netherlands. Embassy (Great Britain)--128.1
  • Neumann, Julek--125.3, 134.1
  • Neumeier, Beate--140.6
  • Neville, John, 1925- --38.5, 84.9, 112.5
  • New Century Productions, Ltd. (Buck Houghton, 1915-)--39.2
  • New Classical Theatre Company (Tim Oswald)--39.3
  • New Criterion (New York, N. Y.) (Erich Eichman)--35.4
  • New Departures (see Horovitz, Michael)
  • New Dramatists, Inc. (Richard Adler, 1921-; Thomas G. Dunn; Paul A. Slee)--39.2, 132.1
  • New English Stage Company (Dick Kuhn, Rose Marie Lamb)--82.3
  • New Hall School (Sister Margaret Mary)--138.4
  • New Orange Tree Theatre (Sam Walters)--130.2
  • New Playwrights' Theatre (Harry M. Bagdasian)--39.2
  • New Playwrights' Trust (Lucy Anderson Jones, Ben Payne)--38.4, 132.3, 133.3, 138.4
  • New Republic (Leon Wieseltier)--16.8, 38.4
  • New Scientist (Nina Hall, Maggie McDonald, Roger Thomas)--13.5, 125.3, 139.5, 140.1
  • New Shorts (Mary Lambert)--39.4
  • New Statesman (Corinna Adam, Nyta Mann)--34.1, 138.3
  • New Theatre (Jonathan Stanley)--31.6
  • New Theatre of Brooklyn (Deborah J. Pope, Steve Stettler)--114.7
  • New York Film Critics Circle--117.14
  • New York International Festival of the Arts (Martin Eli Segal, 1916-; Rosalie Zyeher)--129.5, 143.7
  • New York Magazine --35.5
  • New York Post--35.6, 36.1
  • New York Public Library (Richard M. Buck, Andrew Heiskell)--38.3, 126.4
  • New York Review of Books--124.1
  • New York Shakespeare Festival (Joseph Papp)--16.8
  • New York Times (Firm) (Suzanne Cassidy; (Joseph) Anthony Lewis, 1927-; A. M. (Abraham Michael) Rosenthal, 1922-; Robert B. Semple, Jr.; Andrea Stevens)--22.10 34.4, 35.6, 36.1, 124.3, 139.1
  • New York Times Magazine (Mel Gussow, Julie V. Iovine)--22.10, 138.1
  • New York University (Una Chaudhuri, 1951-)--129.5
  • New Yorker (Sid_____, Roger Angell, Anne Hall)--22.9, 35.5-6
  • New Zealand International Festival of the Arts (Ann Mallinson)--129.5, 139.2-3
  • Newcastle Literary Festival (Neil Astley)--39.2
  • Newgarden, Albert--124.2
  • Newick Park Hotel (Janet Wilcox)--144.2
  • Newman, Nanette--135.3
  • Newman, Paul, 1925- (see also Productions Unlimited) --34.11, 143.7
  • Newmyer, Deborah Jelin--66.6 (see also Amblin Entertainment)
  • Newsnight (Television program) (Jane Rogerson)--138.1
  • Newspaper Publishing (Andreas Wittam Smith)--140.5
  • Newsweek, inc.--34.4
  • Newton, George W.--35.1
  • Nichols, Annabel--34.11, 35.3
  • Nichols, Mike--22.7, 22.10, 35.4, 124.2, 128.3, 135.3, 145.4
  • Nichols, Peter, 1927- --36.2, 124.2, 124.6, 134.4
  • Nichols, Thelma--36.2
  • Nicolle, _____--125.4
  • Nimrod Theatre Company (Kenneth Horler)--95.11
  • Nissim, Elio--31.6
  • Nixon, Alan S.--125.5
  • No Stopping Stoppard (Radio program) (Dan Zerdin)--126.6
  • Noakes, Ben--39.1
  • Noakes, Michael--72.4
  • Nobel Legacy (Television program) (Adrian Malone)--138.5
  • Nobelstiftelsen--38.3, 140.4
  • Noble, Adrian--52.7, 72.5, 120.10
  • Nöel Coward Centenary (Michael Imison)--128.1
  • Noel Gay Television (David Housham)--140.2
  • Nolan, Frederick W., 1931- --131.6
  • Nong-zhuang, Hu--34.11
  • Norden, Denis--135.2
  • Norfolk & Norwich Triennial Festival (Chris Stephenson)--38.4
  • Norman, Barry, 1933- --135.2
  • Norrish, Hilary--119.11
  • North Carolina State University (Rod Cockshutt, Max Halpren)--129.6
  • North London Collegiate School (Annabel Smith)--138.1
  • North Thames Gas (Peter Crumpler)--140.5
  • Northcott Theatre (George Roman)--140.2
  • Northeastern University (Boston, Mass.) (James Nagel)--129.6, 141.8
  • Northeastern University Press (Jill Bahcall)--139.7
  • Northern Counties Kidney Research Fund--132.4
  • Northern Echo (Peter Sands)--140.4
  • Northfield School--143.3
  • Northwestern Polytechnic (L. G. Smith)--125.5
  • Norwich, John Julius, 1929- --135.3
  • Norwich Playhouse (Chris Stephenson, Timothy West)--95.11
  • Novak, Michael--35.1
  • Novello & Co. (Tricia Marshall)--100.6
  • Nuclear Weapons Freeze Campaign (Carol Freeman)--133.4
  • Nunn, Trevor--9.7, 10.4-5, 13.7, 31.6, 35.5, 36.1-2, 43.3, 54.10, 56.4-5, 56.7, 56.9, 72.4, 124.2-3, 125.2, 131.1, 131.4, 137.3
  • O Globo (João Domenech Oneto)--145.4
  • O'Brian, Jack, 1921- (WOR Radio, N. Y.)--35.3
  • O'Brien, Conor Cruise, 1917- --135.5
  • O'Brien, Jack--87.4, 124.3, 140.1
  • Observer (London, England) (Tim Adams; Richard Findlater, 1921-; Miriam Gross; Peter Hillmore; Robert Low; Laurence Marks; Blake Morrison)--22.10, 34.4, 36.3, 38.3-4, 124.5, 128.5, 129.2, 138.4, 140.2, 140.4, 140.6, 143.7
  • O'Connor, Catherine--124.1
  • Octopus Books Ltd. (Allison Kwiatkowski)--141.8
  • Odd Socks Theatre Company (Jemma Heath, Anthony Lilley)--125.3, 139.3
  • Odyssey Distributors Ltd. (Marina Bailey, Ignacio Darnaude, Mark Lindsay, Patrick Wachsberger)--111.8-9, 112.1, 144.5
  • Österreichische Nationalbibliothek (Walter G. Weiser)--124.4
  • Österreichischer Bundestheaterverband--35.3
  • Office for the Arts at Harvard & Radcliffe (Susan Zielinski)--39.2
  • Ogilvy & Mather Advertising (Gill Titchmarsh)--38.4
  • Ogilvy, Benson & Mather (Norman Pringle)--35.5
  • Oglesby, Tamsin--127.9
  • Ogoni Community Association U. K. (Terry Ndee)--138.1
  • O'Hanrahan, Seàn (see Amnesty International)
  • Ohl, Manfred--125.5
  • O'Keefe, Gerry--124.4
  • Old Globe Theatre (see Jack O'Brien)
  • Oldfield, Bruce--135.4
  • Olga Havel Foundation (Hazel Czernin; Olga Havlova, 1933-1996; Margaret Jay; Diana Phipps)--132.6, 134.7
  • Oliver, Anthony--35.4
  • Olivier, Laurence, 1907- --16.2, 36.1-3, 95.11, 109.3, 124.6, 125.1, 143.7
  • Ollivier, Eric--35.5
  • Olsson, Tom J. A., 1929- --38.3, 140.4
  • Olympic Arts Festival--38.4
  • O'Meara, Rudolph Lenk--139.3
  • Omega Films (Jim Ciletti)--117.3
  • One Star Theatre Corporation (Taira St. John)--39.3
  • One World Action (Glenys Kinnock, Jon Snow)--132.1, 132.5
  • Open Forum on the Radio (Radio program) (Dick Taylor)--126.5
  • Open Media Ltd. (Caroline Blackadder)--127.2
  • Open University. Production Centre (Tony Coe, Beth Martin)--126.7
  • Open World Theater Co. (Rebecca Schull)--39.2
  • Opera Now (Robin Hambeo)--144.2
  • Operation Artslift (David MacCreedy)--132.2
  • Operation Raleigh (1984-1988) (Ian Jordan)--132.4
  • Opinion (Televison program) (Nicholas Fraser, 1948-)--127.2
  • Opinions (program) (David Coomes)--126.6
  • Optimum Communications Ltd. (Nigel Passingham)--140.1
  • Opus Books (Morfydd Jones, Kathryn Woodvine)--124.4
  • Orange Tree Theatre (Sam Walters)--16.8, 128.3, 138.6
  • Oregon Shakespearean Festival (Stephen Hollis)--72.4
  • Orel, Gwendolyn-34.11, 35.1, 112.4
  • Oriel 31 (Gallery) (Michael Nixon)--132.6
  • Ormrod, Richard--39.2
  • Orr, Doris--100.6, 129.5
  • Orr, Peter--34.4
  • Orr, Robin--100.6
  • Osborne, John, 1929- --135.4
  • Osborne, William--13.7
  • Oscar, Mitchell Hayden--38.4
  • Osmond Gaunt & Rose (Aubrey Rose)--134.2-3
  • Ottoni, Filippo--125.3
  • Ottord, Joan--125.3, 139.6
  • Our Lady's Convent High School (Mary Doran)--124.5
  • Our Two Cultures (Television program) (Caroline Van den Brul)--126.7
  • Over 21 (Steve Turner)--39.1-2
  • Overlook Press (Deborah Baker)--134.2
  • Ovett, Steve--135.4
  • Owen, David, 1938- --135.3
  • Owen, Mack--124.5, 142.4
  • Owen, Maria Mitchell--35.6
  • Owen, Nick--135.3
  • Owens, Mitchell--138.6
  • Oxfam (Simon Bond)--38.6, 128.5
  • Oxford Amnesty (Neasa Coen, Elizabeth Kiss, N. Spatafora, Kathy Wilkes)--125.3, 133.7, 138.3, 142.4
  • Oxford Amnesty Lectures (Chris Miller)--133.7
  • Oxford Film Foundation Screenwriting Programme (Rupert Walters)--38.5
  • Oxford Playhouse (Larry Bachman, Elinor Fairhurst, Tish Francis, Brian Henry, Nicholas Shrimpton)--38.4, 111.9, 120.10, 129.1, 139.5, 139.7, 143.3
  • Oxford Polytechnic Drama Society (Totty Elwood, James Saunders, Stewart Young)--132.5, 139.2, 140.5
  • Oxford Reform Club (Richard Bray)--138.1
  • Oxford Union (Joanne Cash, Peter Gowers, Laurence Grafstein, Graeme Halkerston, Alexandra Issa, Boris Johnson, Melanie Johnson, Flora McCullough, Jessica Pulay, Sonia Tolaney, Edward Vaizey, Katherine Wade, Jonathan Wolf)--38.4-5, 125.3, 138.2, 138.4-6, 139.1-2, 139.4-5, 139.7, 140.2, 140.4, 142.4
  • Oxford University Arts Society (Ronit Ghose, Alistair Hopkins, Nathalie Manners)--125.3, 138.6, 139.1, 139.6
  • Oxford University Film Foundation (Claire Taylor, Mehreen Saigol)--132.5
  • Oxford University Press (Laura Brown, Jacqueline Simms, 1940-)--38.5, 128.5
  • Oxford University Society of Bibliophiles (Alison Shell)--38.6
  • Oxford University Student Union (Tiffany Thesinger, Sophy Thompson)--140.1
  • Oxford University West End Theatre Goers (Catherine Swain)--139.7
  • Oxleas Wood Alliance (David J. Bellamy, Chris Baines, Jonathon Porritt)--132.1
  • PEN (Organization) (Alexandre Blokh; Antonia Fraser, 1932-; Francis Henry King; K. Simson; Marjorie Watts)--130.5-6, 134.2
  • PEN (Organization). Canadian Centre (Margaret Atwood, 1939-)--130.5
  • PEN (Organization). Hrvatski centar (Nikola Duretíc, 1949-)--130.5
  • Pache, Walter (Universitat zu Kolne)--125.5
  • Pacific Films (Stanley Harper)--39.3
  • Page, Norman--94.14
  • Pagnoulle, Christine--38.3, 38.5
  • Paines Plough (Group) (Sue Storr)--140.1
  • Painshill Park Trust (F. T. R. Giles)--128.3
  • Painting Churches Ltd. (Tom Siracusa)--139.1
  • Palace Theatre Watford--129.2-3
  • Palin, Michael--135.4
  • Palumbo, Peter G. (see also Arts Council of Great Britain, Arts Foundation, and Writers and Scholars Educational Trust)--128.6, 135.3, 137.2, 139.1
  • Palzer, Margarete--125.5
  • Pan Books (Jill Mackay)--141.6
  • Panavision (Zoeb Raniwala)--111.9
  • Pangloss Productions (Kate Danielson)--53.4
  • Panoptic Productions Ltd. (Nicholas Fraser, Michael Jones, Maria Polachowska)--38.3, 130.4, 138.4
  • Panorama (Television program) (Tim Shawcross)--126.7
  • Papermac (London, England)--129.3
  • Papp, Joseph (New York Shakespeare Festival)--16.8
  • Pappas, Charles--140.5
  • Paragon Film Productions Ltd. (Christopher Figg)--39.9
  • Paramount Pictures Corporation (Peter Bart, Maxwell Setton)--36.1, 125.5
  • Parchman, Gen--140.2
  • Paris Review (John_____, Philip Haas, Mimi Kramer, Jeanne McCulloch, George Plimpton, Mona Simpson)--34.4, 38.6, 122.14, 125.7, 140.5
  • Park, Christine, 1942- --125.3, 139.5
  • Parke, Simon--34.4
  • Parkin, Andrew, 1937- --38.5
  • Parliamentary Wives for the Release of Soviet Jewry (Susan Dykes, Carolyn Sumberg)--132.3-4, 134.10-11
  • Parnham Trust (Margaret McMullin)--132.2
  • Parone, Edward (see Mark Taper Forum)
  • Parotte, M. (see British Broadcasting Corporation)
  • Parrott, Cecil, Sir, 1909- --39.3, 140.5
  • Parrott, Jasper (see Harrison/Parrott Ltd.)
  • Partridge, Frances, 1900- --93.12
  • Partridge, Philip--22.9
  • Pascoe, John--143.7
  • Passing Wind (Simon Parke)--35.5
  • Pathe Cinema (Frank I. Davis, Gerard Haas, Katherine Orloff)--35.5, 73.13, 117.3, 144.5
  • Pathfinder Productions (Aviva Ziegler)--139.5
  • Patrick Whitley Productions, Inc. (Andrea Kikot)--112.4
  • Paul, Kent--73.6
  • Pavarotti Music Centre (Tiffany Hughes)--124.1
  • Pavilion Books Ltd. (Tim Rice)--127.11
  • Payne, Joyce--35.1
  • Pearce, Jenny (see Index on Censorship)
  • Pearlman, Lanore--139.6
  • Pechiney Ugine Kuhlmann (Firm) (Tracey _____)--141.8
  • Peebles Hotel Hydro (Peebles, Scotland) (Pieter J. van Dijk)--143.7
  • Peet, David--140.1
  • Pelczynski, Z. A.--29.3
  • Pelicula Films Limited (Jan Culík, 1952-)--38.4
  • Pendley, William Perry, 1945- --35.4
  • Penguin (Firm) (Humphrey Price, Siegrid Weiss)--38.4, 129.3, 139.3
  • Penguin Books Australia Ltd. (Jo Bramble)--138.4-5
  • Penhaligon, Susan--35.1
  • Penn, David (Rogaland Teater, Norway)--100.6
  • Pennington, Michael, 1943- --38.5, 135.2
  • Penny Phipps Book Promotions (Penny Phipps)--142.2, 144.3
  • Penny Royal Theatre (J. C. S. Pollock)--39.1
  • Penta Film (Firm) (Ilaria Armeni, Edoardo Tiboni, M. Teresa Ugolini)--111.7, 111.9, 112.1
  • People Against Loneliness (Paul Haley)--133.5
  • People Weekly Entertainment Almanac (Shira Solomon)--123.10
  • Percival, Gary--53.4, 124.4, 138.5
  • Performance (Television program) (Simon Curtis)--126.7
  • Performing Arts Labs (Susan Benn)--138.3-4
  • Pergamon Press, Inc. (Alan Radford)--140.6
  • Périez, Denyse--72.4
  • Perrett, Neil--39.1
  • Perryman, _____ (Tottenham Hotspur Football)--135.5
  • Perserverance Theatre (Juneau, Alaska) (Edward Christian)--137.2
  • Personalist Forum (Robert Fisher)--138.3
  • Perspectives on Architecture (Dan Cruickshank)--138.4
  • Perutz, Max F. (Medical Research Council)--135.4
  • Peter Anstis Ltd. (Peter Anstis)--125.4
  • Peter Fraser & Associates (Peter Fraser)--138.6
  • Peter Hall Company (Cordelia _____, David Mirvish) (see also Hall, Peter)--117.4, 128.2
  • Peter Henriques Memorial Trust (Michael Elliott)--37.5
  • Peter Sasdy Productions Ltd. (Peter Sasdy)--138.3
  • Peter Watson Associates--112.1
  • Peterborough Mask Theatre (Martyn P. Norris)--107.4
  • Peters Fraser & Dunlop (see Fraser & Dunlop Scripts Ltd.)
  • Peters, Klaus--34.11, 35.1, 35.2
  • Peterson, Wally--22.10
  • Petersone, Karina--124.1
  • Petherbridge, Edward--34.11, 131.3
  • Petit Bateau (Roddy Hermon)--139.2
  • Petition to Reunite the Nureyevs (Robin Wright)--38.2
  • Pettigrew, Damien--39.2
  • Petyt House (Coral Weeks)--144.3
  • Pfirrmann, Verena--72.4
  • Pflaums Posthotel Pegnitz (Andreas Pflaum)--142.2
  • Pharmuka Laboratories (Gennevilliers, France) (_____ Champernaud, _____ Ducam)--125.4, 142.2
  • Phelps, Corey C.--35.6, 140.1
  • Philadelphia Association--125.3
  • Philadelphia Drama Guild (Kirby F. Smith)--31.6
  • Philip Barrow Communications (Philip Barrow)--124.4
  • Philips Car Radio (J. Stewart-Clark)--125.5
  • Phillips, Hayden (Dept. of National Heritage)--72.5
  • Phillips, Siân--135.2
  • Philosophy (London, England)--36.1
  • Phipps, Penny (see Dorling Kindersley Limited and Penny Phipps Book Promotions)
  • Phoenix Production Company, Ltd. (Andrew Flint-Shipman)--139.7
  • Phoenix Theatre (Robin Midgley)--36.1, 144.2
  • Photographers' Gallery (James Danziger, 1953-)--35.4, 144.5
  • Picador (Jacqueline Graham)--129.1
  • Pick, Janet--91.12
  • Picture Palace Productions (Malcolm Craddock)--125.3, 139.4
  • Pierpont Morgan Library (Charles Ryskamp)--35.3
  • Pierre Hotel--145.2
  • Pike, Frank (Faber and Faber)--42.6, 47.7, 94.15, 95.9, 112.8, 125.1-125.3, 125.5, 127.7, 127.8, 140.6
  • Pile, Stephen--39.2, 124.5
  • Pilgrim, John--138.5
  • Pilgrim Productions (Judith M. Steiner)--138.5
  • Pinewood Studios (R. J. Busby)--111.8, 129.2
  • Pinter, Daniel B.--125.1, 125.2
  • Pinter, Harold, 1930- --35.1-35.3, 35.5, 35.6, 36.1, 36.2, 42.6, 91.13, 109.9, 124.1, 124.3, 124.6, 125.5, 130.7
  • Pinter Review (Francis Gillen)--38.4
  • Pitt, Peter (see Rayne, Max, Lord)
  • Pitts-Tucker, R. St. J.--35.5
  • Plaschkes, Otto and Louise (see also Ariel Productions Ltd.)--35.5, 35.6, 124.6, 132.4, 140.1
  • Platform (Nick Watkins)--35.2
  • Play for Today (program) (Irene Shubik)--125.5
  • Plays & Players (Peter Ansorge, Robert Gore Langton, Peter Roberts)--38.4, 95.11
  • Playwrights Company (Andrew Burton, Liz Keynes, Brian Miller)--130.8, 138.5
  • Playwrights Co-operative (Scott Borg, Greg Branson, Graeme Campbell, Pam Gems)--130.8, 132.2
  • Pleasence, Donald--135.5
  • Plowright, Joan--35.1, 129.2
  • Plummer, John (see Amnesty International)
  • Plymouth Arts Centre (B. Samuels)--125.5
  • Poetry Center of the 92nd Street YM-YWHA (New York, N. Y.) (Karl Kirchwey, 1956-, Shelley Mason)--38.6, 39.3, 129.6, 139.4, 140.6
  • Poetry Olympics (see Horovitz, Michael)
  • Poetry Society--129.3
  • Polan, Linda--132.5
  • Polish Cultural Society (London)--125.5
  • Polish Embassy (Great Britain)--125.5, 136.5
  • Polish Episcopate Charity Commission (Stefan Gralak)--136.5
  • Polish Social and Cultural Association in London (Helena Kaut-Howson, Adam Ostaszewski)--136.5
  • Polish Solidarity Campaign (Great Britain) (Wiktor Moszczynski, Martin Ozols, Charles Raby)--136.5
  • Polish Theatre Company--136.5
  • Polkinghorne, J. C., 1930- --13.6-7, 34.11
  • Pollock, Geoff (see Bristol Old Vic Theatre Company)
  • Pollock, Sydney--104.7
  • Polytechnic of Central London (David Aaronberg)--141.4
  • Polytechnic of the South Bank (A. B. Charlwood, Tommy Geddes, Pauline Perry)--144.3
  • Ponies of Britain (C. R. Driver)--37.5
  • Pontac, Perry--35.6
  • Poole, Roger, 1939- --35.5
  • Portobello Productions (Eric Abraham)--38.3, 140.3
  • Portsoken, Lord and Lady Levene of--128.1
  • Powell, Robert, 1944- --135.2
  • Powys Society (Peter Miles)--38.5
  • Praemium Erasmianum Foundation (Hendrik Richard Hoetink)--16.8, 137.3
  • Prague International Book Fair and Writers' Festival (Michael March)--132.6, 139.4
  • Prague Quadrennial (Jaroslav Malina)--139.4
  • Praxis Theatre Company (Sharon Kennet)--134.1, 138.7
  • Prema (Cairney Down)--139.5
  • Premier Speakers Ltd. (Tony Salisbury)--129.5
  • Premiere (Peter Biskind, John Housley, Susanna Sonnenberg)--122.1, 124.5, 139.1
  • President's Commission on White House Fellowships (U. S.)--129.3
  • Preston, Peter, 1938- ( The Guardian)--135.4
  • Pretentious Magazine (Neil Watson)--38.6
  • Prévand, Jean-François--16.8, 95.11
  • Preview Theatre (Yasmin_____)--144.5
  • Previn, André, 1929- --10.4-5, 35.6, 124.6, 125.1
  • Price, Christopher--13.6
  • Price, Gail--138.4
  • Price, Hugh--139.5
  • Priest,_____ --52.7
  • Priestley,_____--125.5
  • Primetime Television Limited (Deirdre_____, Helen Stroud)--112.5, 140.2
  • Prince's Trust-Action--128.3
  • Princess Margaret Hospital ( Sarah Johnson)--144.2
  • Prisoners Abroad (Organization) ( Mark Astarita, Gail Bucknall, Janet Johnstone, Paul Rees)--132.1, 132.5, 133.1, 138.5, 139.2
  • Prisoners of Conscience ( Rex Bloomstein, Poppy Smith)--126.7, 143.7, 145.2
  • Pritchard, Robert, 1929- --38.1
  • Private Lives (Television program) (Peter Estall)--126.7
  • Privatization Project ( Kenneth Murphy)--138.1
  • Prix Italia ( Alvise Zorzi)--140.5
  • Procter, Rupert--132.5
  • Producers Alliance for Cinemas and Television ( Neil Watson)--132.1
  • Production Centre Productions Ltd. (Michael Darlow)--139.5
  • Productions Unlimited--34.11
  • Projections Unlimited (David Colker)--39.4
  • Projekt Theater & Medien Verlag (Krista Jussenhoven)--91.13, 124.1, 130.10
  • Prospect (Institute of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Hammersmith Hospital) (Lois Chalk, Debbie Lowe)--133.1
  • Pryce-Jones, David, 1936- --128.6, 129.2
  • Public Affairs Lecture Bureau (Virgil Katherine Doyle)--38.6
  • Pudney, John, 1909-1977--36.1
  • Puls (London, England) (Grzegorz Sowula)--39.3, 140.6
  • Punch (London, England) (Alan Coren, 1938-; Miles Kington; David Taylor)--34.4, 36.1, 39.2-3, 125.5, 140.6
  • Purchasepoint Group (Anna Higginson)--140.5
  • Pushkin Press (Melissa Ulfane)--128.2
  • Puttnam, David, 1941- (see Enigma Productions)
  • Puttnam, Patricia--128.5
  • Pyz-Szukalska, Aleksandra--125.5, 136.5
  • Qiasasvili, Niko--134.11
  • Quartey, Rex--39.2
  • Quayle, Jenny--34.11, 35.1
  • Que Me (see Y Lan)
  • Queen Elizabeth's Hospital (Bristol, England) (Christopher M. Rowe)--82.3
  • Queen Mary's Hospital--125.5
  • Queen's College (University of Oxford) (Martin Pickles)--125.6
  • Queen's Hall Arts Centre (Hexham, England) (Mylee Hall)--124.4
  • Queensberry, Ann--112.3
  • Quentin, John--138.3
  • Questors Ltd. (Alfred Emmet, 1908-)--36.2
  • Questors Theatre (Tony Worth)--107.4
  • Quinn, Anthony (see Royal Shakespeare Company)
  • Quote, Unquote (Radio program) (Alan Nixon, Katherine Smith)--126.5-6
  • R. A. F. Regiment Comrades Association (Gerald Beaver)--133.1
  • R. C. Phillips Ltd. (Reginald C. Phillips)--35.5
  • RFE/RL, inc. (Susannah Fried)--38.3
  • Radical Society--129.3
  • Radio Academy Bristol (Caroline Millington; Alec Reid, 1921-)--38.4, 39.1
  • Radio County Sound (Michael Bartlett)--39.3
  • Radio Free Europe (see RFE/RL, inc.)
  • Radio Times (London, England) (Henry Fenwick)--34.1
  • Radio Times Comedy and Drama Awards (Francesca Watt)--126.5
  • Rainbird Publishing Group Ltd. (David Roberts)--141.6
  • Raine, Craig (see also Faber and Faber)--135.4
  • Rajec, Elizabeth M.--114.7
  • Rampton, David, 1950- --125.3
  • Ramsay, Margaret, 1908-1991 "Peggy" (see also Royal Shakespeare Company)--16.2, 36.2, 36.8, 124.6, 125.1
  • Ramsay, Remak, 1937- --35.2-3, 35.5-6, 124.5, 125.1-2
  • Randell, O.--72.5
  • Randle, Michael--125.3, 134.1
  • Random House (Firm)--128.4
  • Ranese, Tom--138.6
  • Rank, Hugh--29.3, 124.5
  • Rank Prize Funds--39.1
  • Rantzen, Esther, 1940- --135.2
  • Raoul Wallenberg Committee of the U. S. (Rachel Oestreicher Haspel)--129.3
  • Raphael, Lev--72.4
  • Rapture TV Ltd. (David Howard)--138.1
  • Rasch, Karen--138.5
  • Rassegna internazionale Taormina Arte video d'autore--126.2, 142.4
  • Ratcliffe, Paul--125.7, 134.1, 139.7, 143.5
  • Rathasker Press (Peter McMillan re. Stephen Spender)--124.5
  • Rationalist Press Association (Nicolas Walter)--38.5
  • Ratnaswamy, John P.--84.9
  • Raving Beauties (Anna Carteret, 1942-)--129.3
  • Ray, David--55.7
  • Raymond, Gerard--138.5, 145.4
  • Rayne, Max, Lord--35.2, 35.4, 131.3, 135.4, 135.5
  • Rayne, Robert--129.3
  • Rayner, Claire--135.4
  • Read, Albert--124.5
  • Read, Piers Paul, 1941- --35.4-5, 36.2, 72.5, 124.6, 125.5, 128.4, 134.4, 135.4
  • Read, Sue--39.1
  • Reader's Digest Association (Josephine O'Connor Howe, Christine Many)--124.1, 124.5
  • Reading Business Machines--125.4
  • Realistické divadlo (Realistic Theatre, Prague) (Karel Kriz, Vlasta Gallerovà)--120.10, 124.4, 125.3, 125.7, 144.7
  • Really Useful Group Ltd. (A. B. D. Gurdon, Patrick McKenna, Andrew Lloyd Webber)--128.3, 134.6, 144.7, Oversize Folder 5
  • Recorded Picture Company (Jeremy Thomas)--128.5
  • Rectory Hill Players (Steve Western)--39.4
  • Reddaway, John--37.5
  • Reddaway, Peter--35.4, 38.1, 132.4, 134.8, 134.11
  • Redfern, Sue (Walt Disney Productions)--35.4
  • Redford, Robert--135.5
  • Redgrave, Lynn--125.2
  • Redgrave, Michael, Sir--36.2
  • Redgrave Theatre (Anna Lieven, Patrick Sandford)--114.7
  • Redgrave, Vanessa, 1937- --139.2
  • Redhead, Brian--135.4
  • Reed, Joyce--10.4
  • Rees, Roger--13.6, 135.2
  • Reese, David--35.1
  • Reeves, Geoffrey (b. 1939) and Rose--35.2, 35.4, 100.6, 140.2, 142.4, 144.2
  • Reid, Alec, 1921- (see Radio Academy Bristol and With Great Pleasure)
  • Reid, Beryl, 1920-1996
  • Reiner, Grace (see Writers Guild of America, West)
  • Reisman, Benjamin--135.5
  • Rekunkov, A. M. (Aleksandr Mikhailovich)--134.11
  • Renaissance Films (Firm) (David Parfitt)--87.4
  • Renders, Martina--72.4
  • Renton, N. E.--38.6, 124.6
  • Reportage (London, England) (Colin Jacobson)--138.5
  • Residenz Verlag (Renata Buchmann)--140.6
  • Revffy, L.--135.5
  • Reynolds, Peter (Roehampton Institute)--139.2
  • Reynolds, Stanley (see Punch (London, England))
  • Reynolds, Tom (University of California at San Diego Theatre)--95.11
  • Rhodes, Philip--138.5
  • Rhodes, Zandra, 1940- --135.4
  • Rhys Williams, Brandon, Sir, 1927-1988--135.4
  • Ribeiro, Renato Janine--138.5
  • Rice, Tim, 1944- --135.2 (see also Stars Organization for Spastics)
  • Rice University (Robert L. Patten)--129.6, 141.8
  • Richard, Cliff--135.4
  • Richards, Lynne--72.5
  • Richards, Susan (see Enigma Productions)
  • Richardson, Susan--35.6
  • Richmond Community College (Mavis Cheek)--38.5
  • Richmond, England (Surrey) Richmond Theatre (Sally Greene)--128.4
  • Richmond Shakespeare Society (David Duff)--120.10
  • Richmond upon Thames (London, England) (Elizabeth Foster)--38.5
  • Richter, Hans, 1888-1976--31.6
  • Richthofen, Christiane, Freifrau von--128.5, 129.2, 144.3
  • Richthofen, Hermann, Freiherr von--128.5, 129.2, 144.3
  • Rideau (Theater) (Adrian Brine, Claude Etienne, 1917-1992, Denise Etienne)--22.10, 72.4, 73.6, 105.5, 145.4
  • Rigg, Diana--124.6, 125.1, 135.4
  • Right Talk (Television program) (James Mallet)--140.2
  • Rink, Otho P.--34.11
  • Ritter, Sonia--37.5
  • Riverside Studios (Christine Cort, Gary Pulsifer)--38.3, 143.3
  • Rix, Graham--135.4, 138.4
  • Robbart, Charlie--39.3
  • Robert Bennett & Partners--37.5
  • Robert Fisher (Packing & Shipping) Ltd.--125.5
  • Robert Shapiro Productions (Marsha Nardo, Robert Shapiro, Virginia Tweedy)--8.5, 8.7, 137.1
  • Roberts, John--120.10
  • Robertson, Louise and Morris--72.5
  • Robertson, Toby, 1928- (Theatre Clwyd)--35.1, 35.4
  • Robins, Christopher--132.4
  • Robinson, Geoffrey--135.2
  • Robinson, Laurel (Billy Bathgate Productions)--55.7
  • Rodger, Ian--34.4
  • Rodgers, Richard (re. Irina Ratushinskaya)--132.3
  • Rodriguez, Antonio Bertram--124.1
  • Rogers & Cowan International Ltd. (Roz Kidd, Phil Symes)--74.4, 128.5, 145.2
  • Rogers, Nigel (Whitbreads)--139.7
  • Rogers, Richard (Richard Rogers Partnership Ltd.)--135.4
  • Rogers, Richard and Ruthie--128.1
  • Rogie, Paul--72.4
  • Roland Joffé Ltd.--35.1, 38.3
  • Roll of Ipsden, Eric Roll, Baron, 1907- --135.4
  • Rollins, Leighton, 1900- --124.6
  • Romania's Children (Romanian Orphanages Trust) (Ruth Barber)--133.1, 139.4
  • Romantic Theatre Company (Jonathan Eagles)--54.10
  • Ronnie, Roy (see British Broadcasting Corporation)
  • Roogna, Martin--35.6
  • Rook, Jean (Daily Express)--135.3
  • Room, Rita R.--91.12
  • Roose-Evans, James--127.9
  • Roper, Ronald--137.4
  • Rose, E. J. B. (Eliot Joseph Benn), 1909- --13.7, 135.2, 137.3
  • Rose, G. A.--125.3, 134.10
  • Rose Theatre (Eleanor Christopher, Mark Fisher)--132.2
  • Rose Theatre Trust (Jason Barnes)--117.15
  • Rosen, Murray--125.1
  • Rosenkranz, Nick Quinn--138.4
  • Rosenthal, A. M. (Abraham Michael), 1922- (see New York Times (Firm))
  • Rosenthal, Jack, 1931- --135.2
  • Rosenthall, Stanley and Adeline--124.1
  • Ross, Michael--104.14
  • Ross, Steven J.--129.1
  • Ross McWhirter Foundation (Baron Max Beloff, 1913-)--140.6
  • Rossi, Hugh, Sir--135.4
  • Rothermere, Vere Harold Esmond Harmsworth, Viscount, 1925- --128.1-2, 128.4-5, 129.1, 145.4
  • Rothkopf, Carol Zeman--35.1-2, 127.10, 142.6
  • Rothschild, _____, Lady--128.1
  • Rothschild, Philippine de--129.1
  • Rothwell, Alan--13.6
  • Roundabout Theatre Company (Gene Feist, Todd Haimes)--104.16
  • Routman, Stephanie--138.4
  • Rowe, Kurt S.--138.3
  • Rowe-Alan, Matt--72.2
  • Rowlands, Patsy--35.6
  • Rowohlt Theater-Verlag (Ingrid Funck, Malte Hartmann, Hans Georg Heepe, Klaus Juncker)--18.9, 31.8, 36.1, 36.3, 36.7, 99.6, 124.6, 125.5, 127.9, 130.10, 140.6, 142.2
  • Roy Miles Fine Paintings (Firm) (Roy Miles)--129.3
  • Royal Academy of Arts (Great Britain) (Sir Hugh Maxwell Casson, 1910-)--124.5, 128.3, 143.3
  • Royal Association for Disability and Rehabilitation (Great Britain) (Bert Massie, George Wilson)--38.4, 128.6, 139.5-6, 140.1
  • Royal Ballet (Fiona Brockway, Fiona Marshall)--38.3
  • Royal College of Art (Great Britain)--128.3
  • Royal Court Theatre (see also Hare, David) (Stephen Daldry, Elyse Dodgson, Max Stafford-Clark, Dominic Tickell)--38.6, 132.5, 138.5
  • Royal Crescent Hotel (Jill Whitelaw)--143.5, 144.7
  • Royal Exchange Theatre (Michael Elliott; James Maxwell; Alan Pollock; Casper Wrede, 1955-)--35.3, 37.5, 39.2, 109.9, 139.1, 139.6, 140.3, 143.7
  • Royal Institute of British Architects (Michael Manser)--39.1, 39.2
  • Royal Institute of Philosophy (H. D. Lewis, Mary Tiles)--36.1, 143.5
  • Royal Institution of Great Britain (Peter Day)--138.3
  • Royal Literary Fund--129.2
  • Royal Marsden Hospital (London, England) (Alisa Higgs)--138.3
  • Royal National Life-Boat Institution for the Preservation of Life from Shipwreck (Great Britain) (Stephen J. Wood)--140.3
  • Royal National Theatre (Great Britain) (Diana _____, Gillian _____, Michael _____, David Aukin; Pim Baxter; Yolande Bird; Anthony Blackstock; John Russell Brown; John Burgess; Kevin J. P. Cahill; Roger Chapman; Pàdraig Cusack; Penny Devonshire; John Faulkner; Peter Gill, 1939-; John Goodwin; Suzannah Graham-Adriani; Lyn Haill; Jenny Harris; Ros Hayes; Sue Higginson; David Jackson; Yolanda Jeffrey; Paul Jozefowski; Caroline Keely; Caroline McCormick; Menna McGregor; Genista McIntosh; Jenny Mann; Sonia Melchett; Derek Mitchell; Sarah Northgraves; Mary Parsons; Ron Pember; Max Rayne; Fiona Richards; John Rothenberg; Amanda Saunders; Lois Sieff; Prudence Skene; Lucy Stout; Caroline Wilson; Carole Winter; Stephen Wood; Kate Woodhouse) (see also Richard Eyre, Peter Hall, Laurence Olivier, Mary Soames, and Kenneth Tynan)--13.7, 35.3, 36.1, 72.5, 93.12, 94.15, 95.11, 104.14, 109.9, 114.8, 124.1, 124.5-6, 125.2, 129.1, 131.1-3, 135.5, 143.3, 143.7, 144.3, 144.5, 144.7, 145.2, 145.4, 147.9
  • Royal National Theatre Bookshop--134.1
  • Royal National Theatre on Tour (Prudence Skene)--72.6
  • Royal Naval Engineering College (Great Britain) (Kim Stanley)--38.4
  • Royal Opera House (London, England) (Fiona Brockway, Fiona Marshall)--38.3
  • Royal Opera House Trust (R. Hambro)--125.4
  • Royal Queensland Theatre Company (Alan Edwards)--22.9
  • Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama (Simon Crookall, Philip Ledger)--100.6, 143.7
  • Royal Shakespeare Company (David _____, Kelly _____, Michael Attenborough, Jeremy Brooks, 1926-; Ronald Bryden; Colin Chambers; John Goodwin, 1921-; William Kallaway; Kate Littlewood; Genista McIntosh; Roger Michell; Joyce Nettles; Adrian Noble; Anthony Quinn, Alison Sutcliffe) (see also Trevor Nunn)--10.5, 16.8, 35.6, 36.2-3, 39.2-3, 52.9, 120.10, 124.5, 125.1-3, 127.9, 128.2, 128.4, 131.4, 144.5
  • Royal Society (Great Britain) (Jonathan Miller; Sir George Porter, 1920-)--39.1, 128.1-2, 128.4, 135.5
  • Royal Society for Mentally Handicapped Children and Adults (Caroline Sayer)--39.4, 132.4
  • Royal Society of Arts (Great Britain) (Penny Egan, Christopher Lucas)--128.1, 139.6, 144.2
  • Royal Society of Literature (Great Britain) (Richard Faber; Jacqueline Granger-Taylor; Elizabeth Hughes; John Clifford Mortimer, 1923-; Mrs. J. M. Patterson; Patricia Schute; C. M. (Christopher Montague) Woodhouse, 1917-)--36.1, 131.6, 139.4, 140.1, 145.2, 145.4
  • Royal Society of Miniature Painters, Sculptors, and Gravers--141.8
  • Royal Society of Portrait Painters (June Mendoza)--143.7
  • Royal Television Society (Great Britain) (Tony Pilgrim)--38.4
  • Royal Victoria Infirmary (Newcastle upon Tyne, England) (David Kerr)--132.4
  • Royalton (Alexander de Soth)--125.3
  • Rubin, Jay--35.3, 35.4
  • Rubin, Ray--120.10
  • Rubinstein, Christ--135.5
  • Rudin, Scott, 1958- (see Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corporation)
  • Ruffle, V.--135.5
  • Ruppeldt, Milos (Embassy of the Slovak Republic, London)--107.4
  • Rushdie, Salman--135.4
  • Rusinko, Susan--124.5
  • Ruskin, Phyllis--123.3
  • Russell, E. T.--114.8
  • Russom & Leeper (Janet Arneson)--141.8
  • Rutgers University (David Hoddeson)--38.6
  • Ryder Productions Ltd. (Angela Cheyne)--140.5
  • Ryder, Rowland--124.4
  • SENSE (Sir Raymond Derek Lygo, 1924-)--133.5
  • SHO Productions, Inc. (Steven Haft)--39.1
  • SPAN (Mal Oettinger, 1932-)--125.7
  • Saatchi & Saatchi Compton Worldwide (Nicholas Hurrell, Andrew Stanbridge)--38.6, 137.1
  • Sabbagh, Karl--125.3
  • Sachs, Andrew--135.2
  • Sachs, Hugh--125.3
  • Sade--135.4
  • Safire, William, 1929- --13.7
  • Sagan, Keith--72.5
  • Sainsbury, Alan, Lord--135.4
  • St. Alban's Repertory Theater and Theater School (Albert Ihde)--69.15
  • St. Andrew's Bulmer Nursery School Fund (Noël Riley Owen)--132.5
  • St. Catharine's College (University of Cambridge) (Lisa Gallagher, Karen Whitfeld)--139.7, 140.2
  • St. Dunstan's College (Anthony Seldon)--138.1
  • St. Gemma's Pony Club (A. Hart, C. Michael D. Roberts)--133.1
  • St. George's Hospital (London, England). Medical School (Sandip Shaunak, R. J. West)--38.6
  • St. George's House (Windsor Castle) (Hugh Beach, John White)--38.5-6
  • St. Hilda's College (University of Oxford) (Colin McCallum, Kathy V. Wilkes)--124.5
  • St. Joan of Arc R. C. School (Christine Tollyfield)--140.5
  • St. John, Ian (London Weekend Television)--135.1
  • St. John of Fawsley, Lord--94.15, 128.1
  • St. John-Stevas, Norman--135.5
  • St. John's College (University of Cambridge) (Jacqueline Hunt)--38.3
  • St. John's R. C. School (Jennifer Best)--139.7
  • St. Luke's Orchestra (Marianne Lockwood)--124.3, 138.2
  • St. Martin-in-th-Fields (Church: Westminster, London, England) (Gwenneth Bransby-Zachary)--112.4, 144.2
  • St. Marylebone School (Richard G. Evans)--124.4, 139.6, 143.5
  • St. Mary-Le-Bow (Joseph McCulloch)--36.1
  • St. Mary's College (Twickenham, England). (Brian Firth, John Iddon, Strawberry Hill Arts & Heritage Summer School)--38.4, 38.6, 125.3, 125.7, 139.4, 139.6, 140.1, 140.5, 142.2
  • St. Oswald's Hospice (Liz Smith)--133.1
  • St. Paul's Girls' School (Jacqueline Childs)--139.5
  • St. Paul's School (Mark Godfrey, Samir Thrapa, Paul Whittingham)--125.3, 138.4, 139.5, 140.3
  • St. Peter's College (Radley, England) (Bernard O'Keefe)--139.2
  • St. Petersburg Academic Open Theatre (E. J. Ganeyev)--107.4
  • St. Thomas' Baby Fund (Lucy Nelson)--132.2
  • Saints and Sinners Club--143.3
  • Saks, Gene, 1921- --73.6
  • Salar Properties (UK) Ltd. (Alasdair T. M. Cairns, Andrew C. Coombs)--143.7, 144.2
  • Salisbury Review (Ian Crowther, Roger Scruton)--38.4, 134.6, 140.5
  • Salmon, Lorrie--125.5
  • Salteri, Gemma--124.1
  • Sammells, Neil--39.1, 124.5
  • Sams, Jeremy--95.11
  • Samson-Talleur, Linda--39.1
  • Samuel French, Inc. (John W. Bedding, Leon Embry, R. S. Fabbrini, John L. Hughes, Peta Kuck, Mark Samuels, Lynne Stansfield, Lori Thimsen, Charles R. Van Nostrand)--35.2, 36.2, 39.1, 69.10, 124.2, 131.5, 134.1
  • San Diego State University (Jerry E. Mandel)--141.6
  • Sanctuary (Dawn Coveney, John-Luke Edwards)--133.1
  • Sandra Marsh Mangement (Marj Joscelyne)--111.9, 112.5
  • Sapper, Alan--35.3
  • Saratoga International Theater Institute (Anne Bogart)--138.5
  • Saratov State Academical Drama Theatre (A. I. Dzekoon)--72.4
  • Saslov, Leanora--124.1
  • Saturday Review (Television program) (John Archer)--126.7
  • Saunders, James, 1925- --36.2, 130.2, 134.4, 135.4
  • Saunders, Patricia--38.5
  • Save the Children Fund (Great Britain) (Haley Mills, Bob Willey)--38.4-5
  • Save the Rhino International (Johnny Roberts)--128.3
  • Savills (Kate Roberts)--112.2-3, 125.3
  • Savoy Hotel (London, England) (Heinz G. Goetz, Shuna A. Shea)--135.5, 142.6, 145.2
  • Savoy Theatre (London, England) (John Reynolds)--143.7
  • Sawyer, Iris--38.4, 140.5
  • Scales, Prunella--35.3, 35.5-6
  • Scallywag (Simon Stander)--139.3
  • Scan (program) (Rosemary Hart)--125.5
  • Scarborough Theatre Development Trust (Alan Ayckbourn, 1939-)--145.4
  • Scarman, Leslie George, Sir, 1911- --135.4
  • Scene (London, England) (Cas Lester)--36.3, 126.7
  • Schaap, Dick, 1934- --135.5
  • Schach, Leonard, 1918- --109.9
  • Schauspeilhaus (Zurich, Switzerland) (Harry Buckwitz, Gerd Leo Kuck, Leopold Lindtberg, Reinhard Palm)--31.6, 72.5, 139.7
  • Schepisi, Fred and Ashley--27.3, 117.3
  • Schiff, Stephen--72.5
  • Schilling, Leinie--35.5
  • Schindler, Colin--38.4
  • Schlesinger, John, 1926- --135.2
  • Schlösser, Ulrike--140.6
  • Schmidt, Lars--31.6, 124.6
  • Schneider, Alan (see Arena Stage (Organization: Washington, D. C.))
  • Scholar Services (Jane Passer)--138.4
  • Scholastic Productions (Todd E. Kessler)--38.3
  • Schonberg, Michal, 1945- --10.4
  • Schonherr, Hans (Screen and Script)--53.4
  • School for Performing Arts (London) (Margaret Brown, Mark Featherstone-Witty, Anthony Field)--133.1-2, 133.4-5, 140.1
  • School for Restoration and Conservation Technology (Litomysl, Czech Republic) (Gerard Menuhin)--138.3
  • Schoonover, Marilyn--135.5
  • Schrader, Paul, 1946- --128.1
  • Schubart, H.--36.3
  • Schuurman, Josandra--35.6
  • Schwabe, Lynne D. (see also West Virginia University. College of Creative Arts)--22.9, 129.6, 142.4
  • Schwartz, Ronald B.--138.1
  • Scientists for the Release of Soviet Refuseniks (Joan Dale, Jonathan Sutton)--134.10-11
  • Sciteb Ltd. Co. (Nicholas Beale)--139.6
  • Scofield, Paul--135.4
  • Scorer Associate (Joe Kennedy)--138.4
  • Scottish Arts Council (James Bustard)--140.4
  • Scottish Opera (Roger Witts)--140.5
  • Screen and Script--53.4
  • Screenlife Ltd. (Lloyd Stanton)--138.5
  • Screenplay (Television program) (Richard Langridge)--126.7
  • Screenwriters Studio (Mary Jane Walsh)--132.1, 139.1, 139.4
  • Scripts Ltd.--16.8
  • Scrope, Adrian--112.5
  • Scruton, Roger (see also Jan Hus Educational Foundation and Salisbury Review)--134.4, 134.6, 139.4
  • Seale, Catherine--105.7
  • Selhurst Action Committee (Linda Agilgat)--133.1
  • Selzer, Michael--124.3
  • Semana Internacional de Cine de Valladolid (Fernando Lara)--128.6
  • Sen, Jupiter--112.2, 125.3, 138.7
  • Senn, Alfred Erich--31.6
  • Serendipity Books (Firm) (Peter B. Howard)--124.6, 126.4
  • Sereys, Jacques and Philippine--31.6, 35.2
  • Serino Coyne, inc. (Rick Elice)--73.6
  • Service, Alastair, 1933- --39.2
  • Service Civil International (Julian Ashton, Jeanne Gandrey)--10.4
  • Servier Laboratories Ltd. (Yves Langourieux)--142.6
  • Seton Hall University (John R. Harrington)--129.5
  • Sewell, Rufus--42.6
  • Sexton, David ( Evening Standard)--94.15
  • Seymour, Jacqueline--132.5
  • Seymour, Peter S.--35.1, 134.2
  • Shaffer, Peter, 1926- --35.4, 72.5, 124.1, 124.6, 125.1
  • Shaftesbury Theatre (London, England) (Thelma Holt)--39.2, 140.6
  • Shakepen Productions Ltd. (David Parfitt)--117.15
  • Shakespeare in Shoreditch Society (John McEnery, 1945-)--138.4
  • Shakespeare's Globe (Patrick Spottiswoode)--138.7
  • Shalit, Jonathan S.--35.2
  • Shalson, Adam--139.2
  • Shapiro, Robert (Robert Shapiro Productions)--8.5, 8.7, 137.1
  • Shared Experience Theatre (Tish Francis)--129.3, 132.3
  • Sharon Allen Leukaemia Trust (Humphrey Berkeley, 1926-)--138.6
  • Sharp, _____--125.5
  • Sharples, Ross--124.5
  • Shaw, _____--125.3
  • Shaw, Martin, 1945- --135.3
  • Shcharansky, Anatoly--137.1
  • Sheaffer Pen Textron (Susan Coleman, M. R. Johnstone)--38.4, 133.4
  • Shearer, Tom--125.3
  • Sheets, Dale (see Tricom Productions Limited)
  • Sheldon, Andrew--10.4-5
  • Shell UK Oil (Firm) (J. Rowbotham)--141.8
  • Shelley, Paul--135.2
  • Shelter the National Campaign for Homeless People (Sheila McKechnie, Sheila Tidball)--132.1-2
  • Shelton, Stanhope--141.6
  • Shephard, _____, Mrs.--125.5
  • Shephard, Alex D.--125.5
  • Shepherd, G. E., Mrs.--13.7
  • Sheppard, Richard--31.6
  • Sher, Antony, 1949- --53.4, 72.5, 120.10, 124.2, 124.4, 135.4
  • Sheridan, Alan (re. Jacques Lacan)--124.6
  • Sheridans Solicitors--111.8
  • Sherman, Rita--72.4
  • Sherrin, Ned--34.11, 35.4, 36.1, 39.1, 72.5, 100.6, 124.3, 135.2
  • Shindler, Phyllis--38.3
  • Shivas, Mark (see Previn, André, 1929-)
  • Show People `90 Ltd. (David Kernan)--139.5
  • Showstack, Richard--138.3
  • Shrapnel, John--127.9
  • Shubert Organization (Bernard B. Jacobs, Gerald Schoenfeld)--22.9-10, 72.4, 73.6
  • Shultz, Charles--129.3
  • Siba, Stepan--35.4
  • Signature (Television program) (Cynthia Kayan)--140.6
  • Signs of the Times (J. Crosby)--38.6
  • Silliman College (Yale University) (Joel Graham)--129.5
  • Sillitoe, Alan--135.2
  • Silver, Casey--[66.6], 79.5, 104.7, 145.2
  • Sim, Sheila (see Attenborough, Richard)
  • Simic, Ivica--131.9
  • Simon and Kumin Casting (Fran Kumin)--22.9, 73.6
  • Simon, Edith, 1917- --39.7
  • Simon, Patrick--38.6
  • Simon, Paul, 1941- --34.11, 35.3, 94.15
  • Simpson, Alan K.--135.5
  • Simpson, N. F. "Wally"--125.1
  • Sinclair, Andrew (and Sonia)--13.7, 129.2-3, 143.7
  • Sinclair, Clive, 1948- --135.2
  • Sinclair, Graham--42.6
  • Sinclair, Nick--139.3
  • Singh, Kalu--139.1
  • Sitrick, James B.--22.9
  • Sivitz, Shirley--124.5
  • Skelton, Frank--137.4
  • Skelton, Jonquil--137.4
  • Skvorecky, Josef--131.2, 134.2
  • Sladebrook House Arts (Wendy Trentham)--134.1
  • Slavenski, Zlatko--109.9
  • Sleep, Wayne (Gravity Productions Ltd.)--135.4
  • Slickwillies--125.4
  • Slough & Windsor Informer (Kris Wardle)--39.1
  • Slough Licensed Victuallers School (A. Wiseman)--124.5
  • Slovenske narodne divadlo (Peter Mikulík, Darina Porubjakova)--107.4
  • Small World Productions (Zahida Malik)--139.2
  • Smallwood, R.--10.9
  • Smiley, Philip--125.5
  • Smiley, T. J. (Timothy John)--35.1
  • Smith, A. C. H. (Anthony Charles H.), 1935- --34.1, 34.4, 36.3, 37.1-2, 38.5, 121.15, 124.1-3, 124.5-6, 125.2-3, 130.8, 131.6, 136.6, 137.1, 148.13
  • Smith, Alan--38.4
  • Smith, Carleton--125.5
  • Smith, Chris--124.6
  • Smith, Chris Hughes--135.2
  • Smith, John Victor--112.5
  • Smith, L. E. W.--125.5
  • Smith, Maggie, 1934- --72.5
  • Smith, Roderick--131.2
  • Smith, Yeardley--22.10
  • Smithsonian World (Sandra Wentworth Bradley)--87.4, 125.3
  • Snapshots (program) (Zimena Percival, Wild & Fresh Productions)--138.6
  • Snowdon, Antony Armstrong-Jones, Earl of, 1930- --66.6, 128.5
  • Snowman, Nicholas--124.1
  • Snyder, Bruce--22.10
  • Snyders, Virginia (Guildhall School of Music & Drama)--132.6
  • Soames, Emma--38.4-5
  • Soames, Mary--124.2, 128.5, 131.1--3, 144.5, 145.2, 145.4
  • Soames, Nicholas, 1948- --135.4
  • Social Defence Project (Michael Randle)--134.1
  • Societe des auteurs et compositeurs dramatiques (France) (Janine Lorente, Alain Mauge, Claude Santelli)--126.2, 131.6
  • Society of Authors (Great Britain) (George Astley; Julian Chancellor; Kathryn Dymoke; Richard Findlater, 1921-; Antonia Fraser; Michael Holroyd; Mark Le Fanu; Tony Jasper; David Machin; Roma Woodnutt; Philip Ziegler)--37.4, 38.3, 121.16, 121.24, 128.1, 128.4-5, 129.2-3, 131.6, 133.5, 142.4
  • Society of Johrei (Ichiro Nakamura)--34.11
  • Society of Theatrical Artists and General Entertainers (Penny Horner)--124.4, 132.5-6, 138.4
  • Society of Young Publishers (Philip Dodd)--140.5
  • Soderbergh, Steven, 1963- --138.7
  • Soho Theatre Company (London, England) (Mark Godfrey, Abigail Morris, Hana Maria Pravda)--132.5, 138.7, 139.5
  • Solecki, Sam--140.3
  • Solex, Clive--135.4
  • Solidarity with Solidarity (London) (Tadek Jarski)--29.4
  • Solis, Octavio--38.3
  • Somerset Wyverns (Royse R. Riddell)--39.2
  • Sondheim, Stephen--[22.10], 35.1, 35.3, 114.8, 124.3, 125.1, 125.3
  • Sony Radio Awards Committee (Suzy Levy, Francesca Watt)--130.9, 132.3
  • Sony UK Ltd. (Don Moss, Francesca Watt)--38.4, 39.3
  • Soric, Srdjan--131.9
  • Soteriou, Kay--72.4
  • Sotheby's (Firm) (J. Edward Blacksell, Roy L. Davids)--125.3, 125.5, 126.4, 128.1, 140.6, 144.7
  • Soulek, Georg--31.8
  • South Africa Broadcasting Corporation (Roy Sargeant)--104.10
  • South Bank Centre (Helen Carr, R. H. Grierson, Christina Patterson, Lucy Ratcliffe)--38.6, 138.4, 140.2
  • South Bank Show (Television program) (Jill Freeman, David Thomas)--130.4
  • South West Artshare (Pippa Warin)--133.2
  • South West General Practice Trust (Fred Difford)--133.3
  • Southern Electricity (A. J. Tomlin)--125.5
  • Southern, Win (see Amnesty International)
  • Southampton Film Festival (Robin Baker)--139.4
  • Southampton University Jewish Society (Brad K. Blitz)--134.10
  • Southampton University Theatre Group (Charles Donald, Charles DuBuisson)--143.3
  • Southwestern University (Georgetown, Tex.) (Kathleen Marie Juhl, 1954-; Walt Herbert)--138.1
  • Sparrow, _____--125.4
  • Speakeasy The Association of Speech Impaired (Catherine Humphreys, Christine Stock)--133.3
  • Spectator (Charles _____; Mark Amory, 1941-; Jenny Naipaul; Virginia Utley)--38.3-4, 128.1-2, 128.6, 138.4-5, 139.7, 141.8
  • Spectrum--31.6
  • Spence, Gordon (see Amnesty International)
  • Spencer, Charles Spencer, Earl, 1964- --138.5
  • Spencer, Jason (Merchant Taylors' School)--139.3
  • Spender, Philip (see Index on Censorship and Writers and Scholars Educational Trust)
  • Spender, Stephen, 1909- (see also Aids Crisis Trust and Index on Censorship)--135.3
  • Speyhawk Public Limited Company (Trevor Osborne)--129.1
  • Spicer & Oppenheim (Katrina A. Morphet)--125.3
  • Spiel, Hilde--18.9, 22.10, 31.8, 35.2, 35.4, 36.1, 81.12, 124.6, 125.1
  • Spielberg, Steven, 1947- --8.2, 8.6, 57.3, 69.19-20, 77.11, 83.4, 83.6, 84.11, 94.4, 124.4, 125.6, 128.1, 138.1
  • Spilka, Mark--121.15
  • Spink Insurance Brokers (E. Hughes)--125.4
  • Spitting image (Television program) (Peter Fluck, Roger Law)--38.4
  • Sports Illustrated (Time, inc.) (Myra Gelband)--39.2
  • Sportsmen Pledged to Aid Research into Crippling (Patrick Allen)--37.5
  • Sportsweek (Roger Kelly)--38.4
  • Spotlight (Kevin Perryman)--140.3
  • Spradbery, John--139.4
  • Spurling, Hilary--139.1
  • Squire, Jason E., 1948- --139.4
  • Stafford-Clarke, Max (see Royal Court Theatre)
  • Stage International (Ben Simms)--131.9, 145.2
  • Stage One Theatre Co. (Alison Evans)--138.4
  • Stage Work and Artistic Presentation Enterprises (Bobbie Dunkley)--38.6
  • Stand (Jon Silkin)--35.6
  • Standing Conference on English in Public Sector Higher Education (Frances Mannsaker)--139.7
  • Standing, John, 1934- --35.1, 113.7
  • Stanford, Peter, 1961- --39.2
  • Staniland, Andrew--72.4
  • Stanley, Kim--38.4
  • Stanley, Mitchel--124.4
  • Starcom Associates (Michael Diamond)--39.2
  • Stark, Ray (Rastar Productions, Inc.)--124.4
  • Starr, Ringo--135.4
  • Stars Organization for Spastics (Tim Rice)--133.4
  • Stassinopoulos, Constantine--143.3
  • State University College (Oswego, N. Y.) (Albert Blissert)--141.6
  • Steel, Charles--138.5
  • Steel, David, 1938- --135.3
  • Steele, Hunter--39.1
  • Steele, Tommy--135.4
  • Steiner, George, 1929- --135.4
  • Stella Richards Management (re. Andy Neofitou) (Paul McGurk)--72.6
  • Stephen Joseph Theatre in the Round (Wendy Saunders)--145.4
  • Stephens, Louise--112.1
  • Stephens, Roger--125.3
  • Steutel, Els--31.6
  • Stevens, Roger L.--10.4
  • Stevenson, Anne--138.7
  • Stevenson, Isabelle, 1915- --35.3
  • Stevenson, Wong & Co. (A. H. Forsyth)--144.7
  • Stewart, Lindsay (see Amnesty International and Campaign Against Psychiatric Abuse for Political Purposes)
  • Stewart, Patrick, 1940- --10.5, 84.9, 128.4
  • Stewart, Sylvia--140.4
  • Stiftung F. V. S. zu Hamburg (Alfred Toepfer)--126.3, 129.1-3
  • Stimson, Andrew--138.7
  • Sting (Musician)--135.5
  • Stinton, Colin--93.12, 124.1, 124.2
  • Stirling, Diana--143.7
  • Stock, Witold--112.3
  • Stockholm Film Festival (Kjell Furberg, Ulrika Nisell)--111.7, 111.9, 144.5
  • Stone, Peter, 1930- --22.10
  • Stoppard, Barnaby--28.6, 47.11
  • Stoppard, Edmund--51.6
  • Stoppard, Jose "Josie"--36.2, 37.1
  • Stoppard, Kenneth--80.7, 87.4, 105.3, 120.10, 124.5, 142.4, 142.6
  • Stoppard, Martha--80.7, 87.4, 105.3, 120.10, 124.5, 142.4, 142.6
  • Stoppard, Miriam--35.5, 38.5, 80.8, 112.3, 124.5-6, 125.1-2, 125.4, 126.6, 127.11, 128.5, 129.1-3, 130.4, 132.2-6, 133.1-5, 134.2, 134.8, 134.11, 139.5, 140.2, 140.5, 141.4, 141.6, 141.8, 142.2, 142.4, 142.6, 143.3, 143.5, 143.7, 144.2-3, 144.5, 144.7, 146.5
  • Stoppard, Oliver--53.11
  • Stoppard, Peter (brother)--37.5, 111.8, 112.2, 125.3, 125.4, 125.5, 126.2, 131.9, 132.5-6, 134.2, 138.6, 139.2, 141.6, 142.4, 142.6, 143.5, 144.5
  • Stoppard, William--35.2
  • Stothard, Peter--128.3
  • Stott, J_____--72.5
  • Stout, Boris--149.4
  • Stowe School (M. J. Bevington, Graham Cottrell, D. R. Foster, Christopher G. Turner)--143.5, 143.7, 144.2-3, 144.7, 145.2
  • Stowe School. Walpole House (Tim Watson, Lionel Weston, Rupert Wood)--143.5, 143.7, 144.5
  • Stoykov, Bozhidar--34.11
  • Strachan, Geoffrey (Methuen)--91.13
  • Strange Occupations (program) (Keith Williams)--36.2
  • Stratford Festival (Ont.) (John Neville, 1925-, Margaret Ryerson)--38.5, 112.4-5
  • Stride, John--36.2, 135.2
  • Strong, Roy C. (see also Victoria and Albert Museum)--135.4
  • Stuart Aikins Casting Inc.--112.4-5
  • Student & Academic Campaign for Soviet Jews (Harry Rich, Paul Summerfield)--134.10, 142.2
  • Student Educational Conferences (David Jones)--138.5
  • Südwestfunk (Baden-Baden, Germany) (Susan Schulte)--140.6
  • Suffolk Constabulary--144.2
  • Sugawn Theatre (Timothy E. O'Grady)--35.6
  • Sullivan, P. R. W.--38.3
  • Sun Alliance International-111.8
  • Sundance Institute (Michelle Satter)--129.2, 139.4, 139.6, 140.1
  • Sunday Correspondent (Liz Jobey)--139.7
  • Sunday Express Magazine (Pamela Coleman)--39.1
  • Sunday Observer (Tony_____, Donald Trelford)--29.4, 35.3, 121.19
  • Sunday Telegraph (London, England) (Caroline Boucher, Miriam Gross, James MacManus)--138.5, 139.6, 140.4
  • Sunday Times (London, England) (Mark Boxer; Harold Evens; Helen Hawkins; Harold Hobson; Andrew Neil, 1949-; Penny Perrick; George Perry; Carol Price; John Walsh; John Whitley; Jennifer Wilson)--34.1, 35.4 (one re. Arnold Newman), 35.5, 36.2, 39.2-3, 117.15, 129.1, 138.7, 139.1, 140.1
  • Sundsten, Linnea--22.9
  • Susan Smith Blackburn Prize--128.3
  • Sussex University. Bookshop (R. J. Marshall)--38.6
  • Sutcliffe, Alison (see Royal Shakespeare Company)
  • Sutton Place Heritage Trust (Roger D. Chubb)--131.7
  • Sutton Place Hotel Kempinski Toronto (Jackie Beatty)--112.5
  • Sutton Writers Circle (Kathleen Golding)--140.1
  • Suzman, Janet--95.11, 124.6, 125.1, 125.2, 135.2
  • Sved, Nikki--138.6
  • Swander, Homer D., 1921- (ACTER)--10.5, 35.3-5, 53.2, 87.4, 124.6, 140.5
  • Swarthmore Centre (Martin Russell)--132.3
  • Sweden. Ambassaden (Great Britain) (Kerstin Asp-Johnsson, Benoît Junod)--140.3, 142.2
  • Sweet, Matthew--128.4
  • Swengley, Nicole--39.1
  • Swift, Clive--35.3
  • Swiss-British Society (G. K. Simons)--39.4
  • Sxpiro, George and Halina--128.3
  • Sydney Theatre Company (Wayne Harrison)--72.4
  • T. Anthony Ltd. (_____Hudson)--125.4
  • TEMPO (Katherine Day--138.5
  • T. S. Eliot Centenary Fund (Mark Bonham Carter, d.1994)--133.1-2
  • TV Guide (Dick Friedman)--29.4
  • TVS (Firm: Great Britain) (Frederick Brogger, Peter A. Clark, James Gatward, Martin Jackson, John Miller, Monica Murphy, Jill Partington, Sue Read, Malcolm I. Truepenny)--29.3-4, 39.1, 39.4, 118.8, 125.4, 130.4, 134.2, 138.3, 141.8, 142.4
  • Ta Panta (Graham Roebuck)--121.18
  • Tackett, David S.--35.5
  • Tageszeitung (Berlin, Germany) (Willie Winkler)--132.1
  • Taggart, Caroline--38.5
  • Talbot, Philip--38.5, 131.3
  • Talk (New York, N. Y.: 1999) (J. B., Tina Brown)--122.5-6, 138.1
  • Tana Company (K. V. Mond)--140.4
  • Taper Media Enterprises (Judith Rutherford James)--140.5
  • Tapol (Organization) (Carmel Budiardjo)--37.5
  • Tate Gallery (Nicholas Serota)--128.4, 138.4, 139.5
  • Tatler (Polly Arnold, Emma Barnes, Jessica Berens, Mark Boxer, Tina Brown, Rebecca Fraser)--35.4, 38.4, 138.5, 140.2-3, 140.5
  • Taylor, A. J. P. (Alan John Percivale), 1906- --135.4
  • Taylor, Mike--39.2
  • Taylor, Pam--141.6
  • Taylor-Ray, Judy--93.4
  • Teatro dell'Arca (Laura Caretti)--109.9
  • Technicolor Limited (R. G. J. Adnett, Neil Grimshaw, Keith Heeks, Brian Wynne)--111.8, 112.1
  • Teenage Trust (Adrian Whiteson)--132.5
  • Teitel, Carol--35.2
  • Telegraph Weekend Magazine (Serena Allott, Alison Nadel)--112.3, 129.6, 144.5
  • Television Licence Office--125.5
  • Television New Zealand (Martin Doyle)--130.4
  • Television Sport & Leisure Ltd. (Derek Wyett)--139.6
  • Tempest-Radford, Tom--132.1
  • Temple, Robert--134.8
  • Temple Newsam House (Robert Rowe)--36.3
  • Temporary Committee for the Withdrawal from Commerce of Basic Foodstuffs for Children (Yannis Coutsoheras)--140.2
  • Terra Nova Editions (Gilman D. Parsons)--140.6
  • Terrence Higgins Trust (Andrew Richardson)--140.3
  • Tessaro, K.--72.5
  • Thames and Hudson--143.7
  • Thames Television, ltd. (Frederick Baker, John Fisher, Veronica Hyks, John Mortimer)--130.4, 138.2, 138.5
  • Thameside Radio (Abigail Ahern)--138.4
  • Thatcher, Margaret--135.4
  • Theater Instituut Nederland (Dragan Klaic)--138.2
  • Theatre Clwyd--35.1, 35.4
  • Theatre De L'Europe (Elisabeth _____; Jean-Marie Amartin; Giorgio Strehler, 1921-)--104.14
  • Theatre Design Trust Ltd. (Linda Polan)--125.3, 132.6
  • Theatre Forum (London) Ltd. (Richard Hampton)--140.3
  • Theatre Furore (Andrew Kitchen)--128.3
  • Theatre in Health Education Trust--131.9
  • Theatre Investment Fund Ltd. (John Whitney)--132.5-6
  • Theatre Museum (Victoria and Albert Museum) (Jill Evans)--89.8, 93.12
  • Theatre of Nations Festival (International Theatre Institute) (Javier Luis Egaña, Maria de la Luz Hurtado, Héctor Noguera)--132.1
  • Theatre of the Victorious February (Jaroslav Koran, Oldrich Kuzílek, Zdenek Rumpík)--124.4
  • Theatre Projects Associates Limited (Philip Talbot)--38.5
  • Theatre Quarterly (Catherine Itzin, 1944-; Simon Trussler)--34.4
  • Theatre Royal (Bath, England)--143.5
  • Theatre Royal, Norwich (Peter Wilson)--72.5
  • Theatre Royal Windsor (Mark Piper)--132.2
  • Theatre Universitaire Liegeoi (Robert Germay)--109.9
  • Theatre Writers Union (Chris Barlas; Caryl Churchill; David Edgar, 1948-; Louise Page; Peter Whelan; Olwen Wymark)--132.2
  • Theatrebox (Bill Sterland)--132.1, 138.3
  • Theatre Works (Todd Harris)--100.6
  • Theatrum Gedanense (Jerzy Limon)--133.1
  • Theiner, George (see Index on Censorship and Vladislav, Jan, 1923-)
  • Theo Fennell--128.2
  • Thinking Aloud (Television program) (Amanda Theunissen)--126.7
  • Thirty Minute Plays (program) (Paul Schlesinger)--126.5
  • This Morning (Television program) (Jane Scougal)--144.3
  • Thody, Philip Malcom Waller, 1928- --107.4
  • Thomas, Harvey, 1939- --37.6
  • Thomas, Hugh--135.4, 140.2
  • Thomas, Meg--38.5
  • Thomas Nelson Publishers (William Fraser)--142.6
  • Thomas, Richard--134.2
  • Thomas Sessler Verlag (Eva Feitzinger)--38.5
  • Thompson, A. D., Dr.--38.4
  • Thompson, Daley--135.4
  • Thompson, Emma--72.5, 90.6
  • Thompson, J. W. M.--143.7
  • Thompson, John--35.6
  • Thompson, Ted--35.5-6
  • Thomson, Elizabeth, 1957- --139.7
  • Thornbury Castle Hotel--142.2
  • Thorndike Theatre (Mark Cullingham)--22.9, 140.6
  • Thornhill, Alan--36.1, 125.2
  • Thornton, Frank--135.3
  • Thorpe Hall (Henry Burke)--87.4
  • Threshold Theatre Co. (Timothy Chipping)--139.7
  • Thurber House (Michael J. Rosen, 1954-)--125.3, 129.5
  • Thwaite, Anthony--34.11
  • Tian, Renzo--38.4
  • Ticehurst, Mary--35.5
  • Tiffany and Company (Rosamond Monckton)--128.2-4, 128.6, 140.4, 145.2
  • Tikun (Katie Frankel)--38.5
  • Tillyard, Walter--94.14
  • Timber Street Studios (John and Donna Napier)--144.2
  • Time Out (London, England) (Bob Deffee)--142.2
  • Timepiece Productions Limited (Richard Dixon)--53.4, 118.12
  • Times (London, England) (Bernard _____, Charles Douglas-Home, 1937-; John Higgins; Brian MacArthur; R. E. G. Sachs; Peter Stothard; Charles Wilson)--10.5, 34.11, 35.1, 35.3, 111.9, 124.1, 128.1, 131.6, 134.11, 138.2-4, 140.5
  • Times Higher Education Supplement (Brian Morton)--129.5
  • Times Literary Supplement (Arthur Crook, Will Eaves, John J. Gross, Anthony Prullizin)--34.1, 36.1, 124.5, 125.1-2, 138.2, 140.6
  • Timothy Childs Theatrical (Terri and Timothy Childs, for Patrick Stewart)--128.4
  • Timothy, Christopher--34.11, 35.2, 107.4, 135.2, 142.6
  • Tinbergen, Niko, 1907- --135.4
  • Tinclail, Miranda--124.6
  • Today (London, England) (Katy Bowen-Bravery)--38.3
  • Today for a Better Tomorrow (Juliete Ashworth, Maggie Pringle)--111.9, 139.2
  • Tolaydo, Michael--35.6
  • Tom and Miriam Stoppard Trust Fund--37.4-5, 125.4, 127.11, 132.1-2, 132.4-6, 134.1-2, 134.6, 135.5, 136.6, 138.6
  • Tomalin, Claire--128.2
  • Tomkins--128.3
  • Tomly, K_____--72.4
  • Tommy's Campaign (Judy Dobias, Corinne Hall, Kate Turner)--132.1
  • Tompsett, David H. (David Hugh)--53.4, 72.5
  • Toms, Carl--13.7, 35.3-4, 35.6, 80.2, 114.8, 125.1
  • Tonbridge School (Anthony Seldon)--125.3, 139.2, 139.5
  • Tony awards (see American Theatre Wing)
  • Took, Barry and Lyn--35.5, 36.2, 125.1
  • Tooze, Sarah--138.7
  • Torain Electrical Ltd. (Ron Marsden)--142.4
  • Toronto Arts Productions (Edward Gilbert, Ratty Rubin)--100.6
  • Toronto Free Theatre (Tom Hendry)--100.2
  • Torque (Simon J. Bonsor)--38.5
  • Tory Reform Group (Roger Martin)--140.6
  • Toti, Joseph W.--138.3
  • Touche Ross & Co. (Katrina Morphet, Peter Stoppard)--111.8, 125.3, 132.5, 144.5, 145.2
  • Touchstone Pictures (David Hoberman, Jeffrey Katzenberg, Adam Leipzig, Rick Phillips)--55.7, 73.13
  • Towb, Harry, 1925- --31.6, 35.6
  • Tower, Michael--125.3, 139.6
  • Townsend, Cyril--135.4
  • Townshend, Pete--125.3, 135.3, 138.5, 139.1
  • Toynbee, Philip--35.6
  • Toynbee, Polly, 1946- ( The Guardian)--135.2
  • Tracey, Amanda--128.3
  • Trademark Films--117.15
  • Traill, Vera--132.4
  • Transart Productions--31.6
  • Traveller (Caroline Brandenburger)--138.4
  • Traverse Theatre (Edinburgh, Scotland) (Kim Dambaek)--139.7
  • Tree Council (London, England) (Fiona Anderson)--139.5
  • Trelford, Donald ( The Observer)--135.2, 135.3
  • Trelford, Kate--72.5
  • Trent, David (see Amnesty International)
  • Trialogue. Magazine of the Trilateral Commission N. Y. (Francois Sauzey)--39.2
  • Tricom Productions Limited--29.3-4
  • Tricycle Theatre (Nicolas Kent)--124.5, 129.1, 144.3
  • Trilling, Ossia--34.4
  • Trinity College (University of Cambridge) (Samantha Angus)--140.4
  • Trinity College Philosophical Society (Tom Costello, Lean Doody)--125.3, 139.2, 140.2
  • Trinity Repertory Company (Jerry O'Brien)--22.9
  • Trinity University (San Antonio, Tex.) (Gail E. Myers, 1923-; James Symons; Frances Richter Swinny)--129.6, 141.8
  • Triplett, William--124.3
  • Troendelag Theatre (May Selmer)--16.8
  • Trotter, Josephine--91.13, 124.2-3, 126.1
  • Trussler, Simon--34.4
  • Trust for Education and Development (Benny Dembitzer, Peter Luff)--25.3, 127.9
  • Tryall Golf and Beach Club--35.6
  • Tsang, John C.--128.1
  • Tsokles, Kostas (re. Richard Feynman)--66.7, 132.1
  • Tuesday Call (program) (Sally Feldman)--142.2
  • Tunstall, Mary--125.1
  • Turnbull, John--37.5
  • Turner, Gerry--16.8
  • Turner, Stephanie--87.4
  • Tutin, Dorothy, 1930- --135.2, 135.5
  • Tweed Valley Hotel and Restaurant (Charles Miller)--144.3
  • Twentieth Century Archetypes (Felicity Cannell, David Fairman)--125.3
  • Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corporation (Daniel Halsted; Colin Hankins; Sandy Lieberson; Scott Rudin, 1958-)--38.5, 39.4, 117.16-17, 139.7, 142.6
  • Twentieth Century Literature (Jack Barbera)--138.6
  • Twenty Twenty Television (Claudia Milne, Geoffrey Seed)--127.2
  • Twickenham Travel Ltd.--141.6
  • Tydeman, John (see also British Broadcasting Corporation)--42.6, 72.5, 91.12-13, 92.5, 93.5, 125.2, 126.5, 144.5, 145.4
  • Tyler, Christian--128.4
  • Tylor, Marcus--139.1
  • Tynan, Kathleen--34.11, 35.2, 35.6, 129.1, 129.3, 144.7
  • Tynan, Kenneth, 1927- --36.1-2, 36.7-8, 95.11, [124.5]
  • Tysoe, W. (John Bunyan School)--104.10
  • Tyzack, Margaret, 1933- --124.1-3
  • U. K. Committee for the Defence of the Unjustly Prosecuted (Bernard Braine; Josef Josten, 1918-1985; Jenny Marshall)--134.8, 141.6
  • U. K. Committee for UNICEF (Robert Smith)--127.11
  • USK House (Sue Jay)--124.1
  • USSR News Brief (K. A. (Kronid Arkadéevich) Liubarskii)--133.8
  • Uccelli, Michaela--139.3, 139.5
  • Uhde, Milan--134.1
  • Ullyatt, A. G.--39.1
  • Umbrella Films (Simon Perry)--140.1
  • Unicorn Theatre for Children (Richard Williams)--125.3, 145.2
  • United International Pictures (U. K.) (Ken Green, Geraldine Moloney, Deborah Sheppard)--94.4, 117.15, 128.4, 129.2, 143.7, 144.5
  • United Nations Association (Peter Davies)--140.4
  • United Nations Association of Great Britain and Northern Ireland (Beverley Prest)--138.4
  • United Nations Development Fund for Women (Pida Ripley)--133.4
  • United States-United Kingdom Educational Commission (John E. Franklin)--128.5, 139.5
  • Universal Pictures (Firm) (Tom_____; Jill Craven; Sean Daniel; George Davis; Barry Isaacson; Marcia Mahony; Karen Nusbaum; Robert Zemeckis, 1952-)--53.4, 69.20, 79.5, 127.4, 128.4, 131.8
  • Universidad Complutense de Madrid (Fernando Fontes)--128.4
  • Universitat Tel-Aviv (David Zinder)--139.4
  • Université de Liège (Christine Pagnoulle)--38.3, 38.5
  • Université de Picardie. U. E. R. de langues et cultures etrangeres (Bernard Galtier)--100.2
  • Universiteit van Amsterdam (Kees Mercks)--16.8, 141.4
  • University College (University of Oxford)--128.4
  • University College, Dublin (Kevin Barry)--139.4
  • University College Hospital (London, England) (J. Purdie)--132.1
  • University College, London (J. R. (John Rigby) Hale, 1923-; Jeffrey L. Jowell; Patricia Rothman)--126.2, 138.1, 138.3-4, 143.5
  • University College of North Wales (Christopher M. Wadley, Sharon Wallis)--138.6
  • University of Aberdeen (A. James Blewett, Simon A. Naji)--138.5, 140.3
  • University of Bath (M. J. Batchelor)--38.4
  • University of Birmingham (Mark J. Hamilton)--138.7
  • University of Bristol (John W. Alcock, Neville R. Butler, Glynne William Gladstone Wickham)--126.3, 132.4, 132.6
  • University of Bristol. Department of Drama (George W. Brandt)--37.1
  • University of Bristol. Information Office (Don Carleton)--38.5
  • University of British Columbia (Marketa Goetz-Stankiewicz)--140.2
  • University of Calgary. Dept. of Drama (V. E. Mitchell)--82.10
  • University of California, Santa Barbara. Center for Quantized Electronic Structures (David Awschalom, Henry Yang)--138.2
  • University of California, Santa Cruz (Dennis C. McElrath)--38.6
  • University of Cambridge Mummers (Connal Orton)--38.5
  • University of Cambridge. Union Society (Graham Earles, Andrew Ground)--38.3-4
  • University of Cambridge. Very Nice Society (Laurie Smith)--38.5, 39.1
  • University of East Anglia (C. W. E. Bigsby)--39.2
  • University of East Anglia. School of English and American Studies (Malcolm Bradbury, 1932-)--125.3
  • University of Edinburgh (Patricia A. Rodgers)--145.4
  • University of Edinburgh Student Publications Board (Victoria Miller, Sarah Quinn)--139.4
  • University of Edinburgh Students' Association (Eric Miller)--140.1
  • University of Exeter. Literary Society (Mark Denten)--38.5
  • University of Guelph (L. W. (Leonard W.) Conolly)--140.2
  • University of Kent at Canterbury. Eliot College (D. M. Taylor)--140.5
  • University of Leeds (John Hodgson, Lynette Hunter)--139.5, 140.3
  • University of Leicester. Students' Union (Carolyn Atkinson)--38.4
  • University of London (Pauline Chasnock, Randolph Quirk)--141.8
  • University of London. Department of Extra-Mural Studies (Olwen Graham, Penelope A. Lazenby)--38.5, 39.1, 39.3
  • University of London Extra-Mural Literature Association (Olwen Graham, Winifred Bamforth)--38.5, 39.1, 39.3
  • University of London Intercollegiate Luncheon (Mary Fish)--39.1
  • University of London. School of Slavonic and East European Studies--144.5
  • University of Manchester. Institute of Science and Technology (Cary L. Cooper)--141.8
  • University of Montevallo (John W. Stewart)--129.5
  • University of Newcastle upon Tyne (J. A. G. Tindall)--125.4
  • University of Newcastle upon Tyne. Literary Society (Louise McDougall)--140.2
  • University of North Dakota (John Little)--129.6, 140.6
  • University of Notre Dame (Donald P. Costello)--125.5, 131.3
  • University of Notre Dame. Sophomore Literary Festival (Kelly Johnson, Dianne McBrien, Kevin T. O'Connor, Catherine V. Skahan, Andria K. Wisler)--38.6, 39.3, 125.5, 129.6
  • University of Nottingham (John D. Markland, Charles Watkins)--38.3, 72.4
  • University of Nottingham. Society for Philosophical Aesthetics--139.1
  • University of Oxford. Literary Society (Paul Cunningham, Matthew Estill, Hannah Gurga, Maggie Sawyer)--39.1, 138.3, 139.6, 140.1
  • University of Pennsylvania (Wendy Steiner, 1949-)--139.7
  • University of St. Andrews (Jonathan L. M. Eagles)--72.4, 125.5
  • University of Sheffield Arts Society (P. Cordwell, Cathy Poole)--125.5
  • University of Southampton. Arts Centre (Henry Charnock)--38.5
  • University of Southampton. Student Unions Theatre (Lisa K. Pyatt)--29.4
  • University of Southern California Playwrights Guild (Daniel Du Plantis, James Ragan)--139.7
  • University of Southern Maine (Patricia R. Plante)--129.5
  • University of Sussex (Geoffrey Lockwood, Sir Denys Haigh Wilkinson)--126.3
  • University of Texas at Arlington (Laurin Porter, 1945-)--140.3
  • University of Texas at Austin Dept. of English (Alan Warren Friedman; Coleman A. Jennings, 1933-; Charles Rossman; Dina Sherzer)--129.6, 140.6, 141.8
  • University of Ulster at Coleraine (Jeremy Lewis)--139.7
  • University of Ulster. Literary Society (Thomas Francis Hurley)--38.4
  • University of Wales. College of Cardiff (John Pikoulis, 1941-)--139.3
  • University of Warwick (Adrian Rowe-Evans)--129.2, 140.6
  • University of Warwick. Community Volunteers (Suzi Allison)--38.4
  • University of Warwick Graduates Association (Clark Brandin, Alan Phillips)--126.2
  • University of Warwick Philosophy and Literature Society (Jonathan Key)--139.2
  • University of Warwick. Union of Students (Myf Hopkins)--139.6
  • University of the West of England, Bristol (Alfred Morris, 1941-)--117.15
  • University of Wyoming. Library. Division of Rare Books and Special Collections (Gene M. Gressley, 1931-)--126.4
  • University of York (Jacques Berthoud, E. J. Liddle, S. B. Saul, Peter Smith)--39.3, 126.2, 133.4, 142.4
  • University of York Radio (Peter Hunt)--39.2
  • Unwin, Stephen--131.2
  • Unwin paperbacks (David Fielder)--39.4
  • Upstart (Andrew Sparrow)--38.3
  • Urban, George--38.1
  • Ure, Midge (Ultravox Ltd.)--135.4
  • Urist, Rachel Feldbin--72.3
  • Uttenthal, Benedikte--124.5
  • VK & Associates (Virginia Kelly)--111.9
  • Vaggi, Marina--112.1, 124.4
  • Valentine, Bill and Pauline--34.11, 35.1, 39.1
  • Vallance, Iain (re. Goodman Awards)--125.3, 129.2
  • Vancouver International Film Festival (Alan Franey)--112.1
  • Vanessa Ford Productions Ltd. (Vanessa Ford)--124.5-6
  • Vangelis--27.3, 112.2
  • Vanger, Lawrence (see Tricom Productions Limited)
  • Vanity Fair (New York, N. Y.) (Graydon Carter, Tina Brown, Stephen Schiff)--38.4, 38.6, 125.7, 128.4-6, 129.1
  • Van Kleef, Sylvia--66.4
  • Variety (Fred Lombardi)--138.4
  • Variety Artistes Ladies' and Children's Guild (Jean Boht, Sheila Steafel)--129.2, 143.5
  • Variety Club of Great Britain (Mary-Jane Rose)--128.3
  • Vaughan, Frankie, 1928- --135.3
  • Vaughan, J. M., Mrs.--13.7
  • Venice Film Festival (Elena _____, Nicoletta _____, Stefania _____, Guglielmo Biraghi)--112.1-2
  • Venue Magazine (William Hatchett)--38.6
  • Verity Bargate Award Committee--128.6
  • Verity, W. J. "Jack" and Sheilagh--35.2
  • Verrall, Peggy (Mrs. R. M.)--72.5
  • Victim Support (Great Britain) (Diana Copisarow)--132.5
  • Victims Against Terrorism--132.4
  • Victor Gollancz Ltd. (David Burnett, Liz Knights)--38.3, 39.1
  • Victoria and Albert Museum (Mark Haworth-Booth, Roy C. Strong)--35.4, 39.2-4
  • Video Arts Films (Michael Peacock)--95.11
  • Vigil (re. Vasili Shipilov) (Jane Mitchell, Richard Rodgers)--143.7
  • Viking Penguin (Dawn Drzal)--122.14
  • Viking Press--128.2
  • Vilag, Nicholas and Renee (Fine Art Gallery)--36.1
  • Village Angle Magazine (Mark Sarvas)--39.1
  • Village Voice (Michael Smith)--36.3
  • Vincent, Jean-Pierre (Marie Stym-Popper)--111.9
  • Vintage Books (Firm) (Frances Coady, Sarah Westcott)--125.3, 138.4, 139.4
  • Virgin Group (Richard Branson)--145.2
  • Virgin Vision Limited (Helen Parker)--144.2
  • Visa: The British Writers' Committee for the Release of Soviet Refusnik Authors and Journalists (Cynthia Jacobs)--38.1
  • Vision Group--39.1
  • Visual Programme Systems Ltd. (Michael Kustow)--36.1
  • Vivis, Anthony--80.2
  • Vladislav, Jan, 1923- (and Marie)--36.8, 37.6, 134.2
  • Vladislavova, Marie--37.6
  • Vogue (London, England) (Jane Dunn, Emma Soames)--38.4-5, 128.5, Oversize Box 5
  • Voikhansky, Misha--135.5
  • Voluntary Euthanasia Society--133.1
  • Voluntary Service Overseas (Stephen King)--133.2
  • Voyager Company (Michael Kurcfeld)--74.4
  • Voytek--137.1
  • Vronskaya, Jeanne--38.2
  • Vukmirica, Zeliko--124.4
  • Vydolingham, D. (see Amnesty International)
  • W. & G. Foyle Ltd. (Christina Foyle) (re. Bryan Forbes, re. John Mortimer)--128.5, 129.2, 140.2
  • WGN (Radio station: Chicago, Ill.) (Nina Newhouser)--38.3
  • W. H. Smith & Son (Sir Simon Hornby, Roanna Benn)--128.5, 129.1-2, 145.2
  • Waddington Galleries (Sarah Shott) (re. David Inshaw)--126.1
  • Wade, Virginia, 1945- --135.5
  • [Wagner-Martin, Linda]--125.5
  • Wainwright, David--128.6
  • Waite, Terry--135.4
  • [Waitzkin, Fred]--125.3
  • Wakeford, Aileen--91.13
  • Walczak, Adam--118.12
  • Walker Books--128.5
  • Walker, Danielle--138.1
  • Walker, Greg--24.6
  • Walker, John--124.1
  • Walker, Peter (see Amnesty International)
  • Walker, Zoë R.--72.4
  • Wall Street Journal (Gordon Crovitz)--140.6
  • Wallace, Jonathan--40.7
  • Wallach, Eli, 1915- --35.4
  • Walt Disney Pictures (Barbara Bond, Donald DeLine, Zachary Feuer, Jeffrey Katzenberg, Sue Redfern, Lauren Shuler)--38.4, 73.13, 111.8, 125.3, 139.5-6
  • Walt Disney Productions--35.4
  • Walter, Harriet--72.5-6
  • Walter, Nicolas (see Gay News and Rationalist Press Association)
  • Walters, Matthew (see British Broadcasting Corporation)
  • Walters, Sam--16.8, 128.3, 130.2, 138.6
  • Walton, Phil--109.9
  • Walton, Tony--35.1, 35.3
  • Wansell, Geoffrey, 1945- --38.6
  • War Child (Charmian Norman-Taylor, Khawar Quereshi, David Wilson)--133.6
  • War on Want (Organization) (Charlotte Cornwell)--38.5
  • Warborough & Shillingford (Barry Pree)--140.4
  • Ward, Christopher--35.4
  • Ward, Philip (Oleander Press Ltd.)--124.4
  • Ware, Helen--120.10
  • Warminster (England). Community Play Project (Fiona Ellis)--39.2
  • Warner Bros. (Dianne Abrams, John Boorman, John Dartigue, James Graham, Roland Joffé, John Schulman, Rick Senat, Julian Senior)--8.5-6, 36.1, 38.3, 69.1, 83.10, 143.5
  • Warner Bros. Distributors Ltd. (Maj-Britt Kirchner, Vicky Thomas)--83.10, 128.6, 143.7
  • Warner, David, 1941- --135.3
  • Warner, Marina, 1946- --135.4
  • Warner, Martin--111.8
  • Warner, Selma--129.5-6, 141.8
  • Warren, Chris, 1946- --73.6
  • Wartski (Firm) (Geoffrey C. Mann)--138.5
  • Warwick, Richard--135.4
  • Washington and Lee University (W. Patrick Hinely)--129.6
  • Washington Post (Molly Sinclair)--39.2
  • Washington Times (Washington, D. C.) (Arnaud de Borchgrave)--38.6
  • Washington University (Saint Louis, Mo.) (Diane Ackerman)--38.6, 129.5
  • Wastian, Josef-34.4
  • Waterman, Dennis, 1948- --22.10
  • Watershed (Carolyn Eason)--39.3
  • Watford Grammar School for Boys (Peter Eyre, Perry Mills)--69.18, 124.5
  • Watford, Gwen--43.7
  • Watson, Farley & Williams (Geoffrey Wynne)--127.3
  • Watson, George, 1927- --94.15, [128.3], 139.2
  • Watson, R. K.--125.3, 139.3
  • Watson, Wallace Steadman, 1936- --80.5
  • Watson, Will--35.3
  • Watts, Richard, 1898-1981--35.6
  • Weaver, Jacki--35.1
  • Webb, Mary (see Amblin Entertainment)
  • Webster, Richard, 1950- --121.19
  • Webster, Rita--39.2
  • Webster University (Leigh Gerdine)--126.2
  • Week (program)--128.1
  • Weekend Arts College (Hildegard Dumper, Peter Tamm)--127.11
  • Weekly Mail (Gail Behrmann)--140.2
  • Wehrli, Sue--133.1
  • Weidenfeld and Nicolson (Firm) (Christopher Falkus, John Goodwin)--35.6, 139.5, 144.7
  • Weidenfeld, George Weidenfeld, Baron--124.5, 128.3, 128.6, 135.3
  • Weissberger, L. Arnold--35.6
  • Weissmann, Wolff, Bergman, Coleman & Silverman (Michael Bergman, Kay McGarvin)--112.4
  • Weldon, Fay--135.4
  • Wells, John, 1936- --10.5, 13.7, 35.5, 124.6, 125.1, 135.2
  • Werner, Karel--35.5
  • Wesker, Arnold, 1932- --35.3, 39.3, 72.5, 124.2, 128.6, 132.5, 134.4, 135.2, 135.5
  • West Berkshire Health Authority (Anne McDonald)--139.5
  • West, David Alexander--124.1-2
  • West London Group for Homosexual Equality (St. John Adlard)--38.5
  • West London Youth Theatres European Festival (Jane Ward)--132.1
  • West, Timothy--135.2
  • West Virginia University (Elizabeth D. Gee)--129.6
  • West Virginia University. College of Creative Arts (Lynne D. Schwabe)--22.9
  • West Yorkshire Playhouse (Jude Kelly, William Weston)--117.4, 129.2
  • Western Daily Press (Eric _____, Richard Hawkins)--35.6, 36.3
  • Westminster Abbey (Michael Mayne re. Oscar Wilde, S. J. Holmes re. Laurence Olivier and Peggy Ashcroft)--125.3, 129.2, 132.2, 144.7
  • Westminster Dining Club (House of Commons) (Elizabeth J. Peacock)--144.3
  • Westminster, Duke of--129.1
  • Westminster Productions Ltd. (Hugh Steadman Williams)--127.9, 129.1
  • Westport Country Playhouse (James B. McKenzie)--114.7
  • Wetzel, Stephan, 1971- --124.1
  • Wexham Park Hospital (Roger Blackwood)--133.3, 142.6
  • Wexham Park Hospital CT Scanner Appeal (Roderick W. Grant, Justin I. H. Johnston, Bridget Panton)--125.3, 132.2, 132.5, 139.6
  • Whathan, Claude--39.3
  • Whatley, Liz--124.2
  • Wheatland Foundation (Rose Marie Morse)--140.1
  • Wheatley, Alison E.--72.2
  • Wheeler, John, 1940- --135.2
  • Whelan, Peter--109.9
  • When I Get to Heaven (Television program) (Ann Richardson)--139.7
  • Where There's Life (Petrina Rance)--143.7, 144.2
  • Wherry, Jean--125.5
  • Whistler, Laurence--141.6
  • Whitbread, Fatima--135.4
  • Whitbread Literary Awards (William Kallaway)--38.3, 38.6
  • White, Frances--72.5
  • White, Michael, 1936- --36.1-2
  • White, Peregrine--129.5
  • Whitear, Sylvia--139.5
  • Whitehead, Paxton--73.6
  • Whitehorn, Katherine--135.2
  • Whitehouse, Mary (National Viewers' and Listeners' Association)--135.3, 137.4
  • Whitemore, Hugh--72.6
  • Whitmore, Jon--35.2, 36.2
  • Whitney, John--72.5
  • Whitrow, Benjamin--135.2
  • Wicks, Gary--84.9
  • Wiggin, Hannah--139.1
  • Wilberforce Council (Jack Lennard)--133.4, 140.3
  • Wilcox, Paula--13.7, 35.1, 135.2
  • Wilden, Theodore, 1936- --35.3
  • Wilders, John (and Benedikte)--35.3, 35.6
  • Wilkie, Alan--34.11
  • Wilkie, Tom--13.7
  • Wilkins, Dennis James--34.11, 143.5
  • Willey, Bob (see Save the Children Fund (Great Britain))
  • Williams, Keith (see British Broadcasting Corporation)
  • Williams, Peter--124.5Willis, Ted--35.6
  • Wilson, Charles--135.5
  • Wilson, Clare--129.3
  • Wilson, Emma--109.9
  • Wilson, Paul, 1941 July 3- --16.8, 36.8, 38.6
  • Wilson, Peter (Peter Wilson Productions) (see also Theatre Royal, Norwich)--109.9
  • Wilson, Snoo, 1948- --72.5, 134.2, 134.4
  • Wilton, Rosemary--131.2
  • Winburn, Gerry--140.6
  • Windsor and Maidenhead College (B. Sayer)--142.2, 142.4
  • Windsor Community Arts Centre (Jenny Joyce, Sally A. Milne, Trevor Osborne)--129.1, 133.1, 133.4-5
  • Windsor, Frank--135.4
  • Windsor Theatre Company (Mark Piper)--114.7
  • Wine Society (Christopher Bradshaw)--144.3
  • Winecoff, Charles--138.2
  • Winkler, David--120.10
  • Winstanley-Burgess--132.1
  • Winston Churchill School (Richard Grenville Clark)--138.3
  • Wintle, Justin--140.6
  • Wintour, Charles ( Evening Standard, London Sound Ltd.)--35.4, 35.6, 39.4, 124.6, 125.1, 137.4
  • Wisden Cricketers' Almanack (Graeme Wright)--38.3
  • Wishupon Productions (Joseph Wishy)--140.2
  • With Great Pleasure (Radio program) (Alec Reid, 1921-)--126.6
  • Witness Theater of Johns Hopkins University (Edward Einhorn, Rebecca Garron) --139.1
  • Witt, Margaret--138.7
  • Wizo Charitable Foundation of Great Britain and Ireland (Lorraine Grossmith) --138.5
  • Wogan (Television program) (Virginia Bell, Cathy Meade, Jane O'Brien, David Sinclair)--126.7, 144.2
  • Wogan, Terry--135.4
  • Wolf, Daniel--40.6
  • Wolfe Bronwyn--125.3
  • Wolfson College (University of Oxford) (R. (Raymond) Hoffenberg)--129.3
  • Women's Campaign for Soviet Jewry (Wendy-Jane Creme, Rita Ekes, Doreen Gainsford, Zelda Harris, Avril Lappin)--38.2, 134.10-11
  • Women's Health Trust (Peter R. Parnell)--133.1
  • Women's Hour (Radio program) (Monica Suswin)--126.6
  • Wong, Pauline and Ian--129.1-2
  • Wood, A. J.--36.3
  • Wood, Charles, 1932- (and Val)--72.4, 124.2, 135.2
  • Wood, Darrin J.--134.1, 140.4
  • Wood, John, 1931- --22.9, 125.5
  • Wood, Jonathan K.--125.5
  • Wood, Peter, 1927- --13.6, 31.6, 42.6, 93.2, 93.12, 95.11, 114.8, 124.2, 124.6, 125.2
  • Wood, Stephen--42.6
  • Wood, Victoria, 1953- --135.4
  • Wooder, Alison--35.2
  • Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars (Peter _____)--132.4
  • Woolf, Harry--111.9
  • Woolfe, Spencer Neville--35.2
  • Woolfenden, Guy--120.10
  • Worcester College (University of Oxford)--142.4
  • Word (Jason Thompson)--145.4
  • Wordsworth Trust--128.2-3
  • Workhouse Productions Ltd. (Michael Blakstad)--143.7
  • Working Group on the Internment of Dissenters in Mental Hospitals (Christine Shaw, Peter Reddaway, Allan Wynn)--132.4, 134.2, 134.9
  • Workshop West Theatre (David Burgess)--139.3
  • World Conference of Jewish Communities on Soviet Jewry (Pamela Manson) --38.2
  • World Monitor (Earl W. Foell)--139.6
  • World Wildlife Fund U. K. (Valerie Humphrey)--139.1
  • Worldly Wise (Radio program) (Colin Swash)--138.6
  • Worsthorne, Peregrine--135.4
  • Worthy, Brian--124.1
  • Wrede, Casper, 1955- (see Royal Exchange Theatre)
  • Wright, Fiona--124.3
  • Wright, Gerry--142.6
  • Wright, John--73.6
  • Wright Partnership (Larry Franks)--128.3
  • Writers and Places (Television program) (Adam Low)--126.7
  • Writers and Scholars Educational Trust (Hon. David Astor, 1912-; Mark Bonham Carter, d. 1994; Kevin Boyle; Eleanore Cowell; Marjorie Edwards; Gerald Gardiner, 1900-; Ann Harford; Lorry Leader; Hugh Lunghi; Ursula Owen; Peter G. Palumbo; Jim Rose; Dorothy Salmon; Michael Scammell; Ruth Simms; Philip Spender; Jill Y. Whitehouse)--13.6, 37.3-4, 128.2, 136.6-7, 137.1-5, 142.4, 143.3, 143.7, 144.2, 145.2
  • Writers Guild of America, West (Marc Behm, Danielle Forbes, Grace Reiner)--8.5-6, 69.20, 117.17, 124.4
  • Writers Guild of Great Britain (David Benedictus, Patrick Campbell, Gerald Kelsey, Allan Scott)--125.3, 138.1, 139.2, 140.1, 140.3, 144.5, 145.4
  • Writers' Guild-Industry Health Fund (Nancy Oldendick)--124.5
  • Writers' Monthly (Alison Gibbs, 1962-; Raymond Lamont-Brown, 1939-)--39.1, 140.3
  • Writers Revealed (Radio program) (David Coomes)--139.4
  • Writers' Week (Madeleine O'Sullivan)--138.4
  • Writers' Week Committee of the 1994 Adelaide Festival (Susan Mitchell)--138.4
  • Writers' Workshop at Frieth (Sue Smith)--138.3
  • Writers' World, Inc. (Janet L. Cosby)--38.3
  • Wyatt of Weeford, Lord--93.12
  • Wyatt, Woodrow, 1918- --134.2, 135.2
  • Wycombe Theatre Company (Stephen Hartford)--109.9
  • Wynn, Allan (see also Andrei Sakharov Institute, International Sakharov Hearings, and Working Group on the Internment of Dissenters in Mental Hospitals)-- 124.5, 134.11
  • Wyvern-Sel Publishers--129.3
  • XYTV (Duncan Dallas)--138.1, 138.5
  • Xanadu Publications (Richard Glyn Jones)--129.1, 140.4
  • Xantypa (Magdalena Dietlovà)--122.7
  • Y Lan (Penelope Faulkner)--133.5
  • Yakar Educational Foundation (Michael Rosen)--128.6, 139.3, 140.1
  • Yale Center for International and Area Studies (Edward Juanteguy)--129.5
  • Yale School of Drama (Michael Earley, Leslie Gardner)--39.2, 39.4
  • Yassukovich, Stanislas--72.5
  • Yates, Peter, 1929- --35.4
  • York, Michael--35.3
  • York, Susannah--39.3, 135.2
  • York University (Toronto, Ont.) (Vaclav Taborsky, 1928-)--134.3
  • Yorkshire Evening Press (Nick Gammage)--39.1
  • Yorkshire Playwrights (Binnie_____)--125.3, 132.6
  • Yorkshire Television Ltd. (Val _____, Stephanie Bould, Beverley M. Doyle, Anna M. Koet, Sally Mason, Maria Pickersgill, Kathy Rooney)-- 141.6, 142.2, 142.4, 143.7, 144.2
  • You Magazine (Laurie Sharples)--81.12
  • Young, Ed--95.11
  • Young, Freddie--35.4, 35.6
  • Young, Jimmy--135.4
  • Young of Graffham, Rt. Hon. Lord--129.1
  • Young Vic Theatre (Philip Bernays, David Thacker)--128.6, 129.3, 140.1
  • Yudkin, Ruth--105.7
  • ZLR (Neil Cross)--38.3
  • Zakiya & Associates (Murray Buesst; Sally Griffiths, 1934-)--111.9, 117.3
  • Zalud, Karel--125.5
  • Zantovsky, Michael--124.4, 125.3, 134.1
  • Zavrsen, Branko--111.8
  • Zeeman, Christopher--35.4
  • Zeifman, Hersh--34.4-5
  • Zilk, H.--39.3
  • Zinnemann, Fred, 1907- --[24.6], 128.2
  • Zone Theatre Company (Jill Brooke, Noni Magdanz, Alan Wallace)--38.3, 124.5
  • Zsabra, Erika--22.10
  • Zwarts, Frances--38.1
  • Zwick, Edward--117.15

Unidentified correspondents:


  • [signature removed]--13.7
  • [recipient of Tom Stoppard Prize]--134.1
  • B., Reb--112.5
  • B_____, Robin--35.1
  • Al--125.5
  • Alec--125.1
  • Anne--95.11
  • Anthea--124.1
  • Arnold--125.3
  • Bill--125.5
  • Chris--125.5
  • David (m. to Polly)--93.12
  • David--124.1
  • David--89.8
  • David and Ginny--125.5
  • David and Jill--125.5
  • Debbie--125.3
  • Diane--56.4
  • Elise--125.5
  • Flick--59.12
  • Francis (re. filming The Dark Beyond the Stars)--138.1
  • Jackie and Norman--125.5
  • Janet--125.3
  • Jay--140.5
  • Jeremy--46.4
  • Jessica--34.11
  • Joan--125.5
  • John--35.4
  • Jonathan--124.1
  • Julian--72.3
  • Laurent--124.6
  • Malcolm--125.5
  • Michael--59.8
  • Michael--125.3
  • Mick (University of Glasgow)--36.2
  • Muriel--125.5
  • Nigel--35.1
  • Ottilie--125.1
  • Pamela (and Peter)--72.5
  • Peter--125.4
  • Peter--125.5
  • Phillip--34.11
  • Richard--125.5
  • Richard--35.3
  • Robert, Babs and Barnaby--35.5
  • Roland--124.1
  • Ronnie--135.4
  • Rosemary--125.1
  • Rosula--Oversize Box 7
  • Roxana--124.3
  • St. John and Percy--125.4
  • [Simon]--35.5
  • Spencer--125.3
  • Susan--125.4
  • Ted--125.5
  • Terry--10.4
  • Tim--125.5
  • Toby--125.3
  • Tommy--125.5
  • Tony and Carol--125.5
  • Trish--35.4
  • Valerie--125.5


Index of Works

  • A.O.P. (Proposed screenplay, never produced)--1.1, 69.1
  • "Abroad and Back Again " (Article)--121.14
  • After Magritte--1.2, 1.3, 53.9, 69.2-11, 104.12-13; Oversize Box 2; Oversize Box 2, folder 1
  • Albert's Bridge--1.4-9, 53.10, 66.11-12, 69.12-16; Oversize Folder 5; Oversize Box 2, folder 2
  • Albert's Bridge and If You're Glad I'll Be Frank (double-bill)--69.17-18; Oversize Box 7
  • Always (Revision of screenplay by Jerry Belson and Diane Thomas)--69.19-20
  • Another Moon Called Earth [The Critics] (Teleplay)--66.13-14, 69.21
  • Arcadia--40.9-42.7, 44.2-3, 51.6, 53.11-13, 58.5-6, 69.22-72.6; Oversize Box 2, folders 1 and 2; Oversize Box 6; Oversize Box 7; Oversize Box 8
  • Artist Descending A Staircase--54.14-15, 66.15-17, 72.7-73.8; Oversize Box 2, folder 1; Oversize Folder 5
  • Artist Descending A Staircase and Where Are They Now? (Book)--73.9-10
  • "The Bearish, Bullish Giant Knew the $10 Words" (Review of Portrait of Hemingway)--34.1
  • Billy Bathgate (Screenplay adaptation of the book by E. L. Doctorow)--1.10-14, 2.1-2, 54.16-56.1, 73.11-13
  • Born Yesterday (Play by Garson Kanin, directed by Stoppard)--Oversize Box 6
  • The Boundary (Teleplay, co-authored by Clive Exton)--2.3-4, 74.1-2
  • Brazil (Screenplay, with Terry Gilliam and Charles McKeown)--2.5-9, 3.1-7, 74.3-4
  • "But for the Middle Classes " (Review of Paul Johnson's Enemies of Society)--34.1
  • "A Case of Vice Triumphant "(Review of The Soldier's Fortune)--130.1
  • Cats (Animated screenplay adaptation of Andrew Lloyd Webber's musical based upon Old Possum's Book of Practical Cats by T. S. Eliot)--56.2-59.5, 60.3, 74.5-77.11
  • Chaplin (Revision of screenplay by William Boyd II and Bryan Forbes)--77.12-79.5
  • "A Cocktail Party Has More Than a Facade of Bonhomie, "(Brennus column)--121.14
  • Commentary on Ted Hughes' Orghast (Article)--121.14
  • "Creative Writing and the University: A Correspondence" (Published letters)--121.15
  • Czechoslovakia article for the Daily Mail, 1977--34.1
  • Dalliance (Adaptation of Arthur Schnitzler's Liebelie)--3.8-4.1, 79.6-80.2; Oversize Folder 7
  • Dalliance and Undiscovered Country (Book)--4.2, 80.3-4
  • "The Definite Maybe" (Article)--121.16
  • Despair (Screenplay adaptation of the book by Vladimir Nabokov)--4.3-8, 80.5
  • Dirty Linen and New-Found-Land [ Maddie Sees It Through]--4.9-5.8, 80.6-8; Oversize Box 2, folder 1; Oversize Box 3
  • The Dissolution of Dominic Boot--5.9-11, 66.18-19, 80.9-10
  • Doctor Masopust, I Presume (Radio program)--80.11-14
  • The Dog It Was That Died [ Goodbye Again]--59.6, 80.15-81.12; Oversize Box 2, folder 2; Oversize Box 5, folder 2
  • The Dog It Was That Died, and Other Plays (Omnibus)--5.12, 8l.13
  • Dogg's Hamlet, Cahoot's Macbeth (Double-bill of one-act plays; Dogg's Hamlet is based on Dogg's Our Pet)--5.13-6.9, 59.7, 82.1-6; Oversize Box 4; Oversize Box 7
  • Dogg's Our Pet--6.10-13, 66.20, 82.7-10, 84.15
  • Empire of the Sun (Screenplay adaptation of the book by J. G. Ballard)--6.14-8.9, 82.11-83.10, Oversize Folder 7
  • "End of a Legend " (Article re. Walter Winchell)--121.14
  • The Engagement (see The Dissolution of Dominic Boot)
  • Enigma (Screenplay adaptation of the novel by Robert Harris)--83.11
  • Enter a Free Man [ A Walk on the Water]--9.1-3, 67.1-3, 83.12-84.3
  • "The Event and the Text " (Lecture at William Jewell College)--121.17
  • "The Event and the Text" (Whidden Lecture at McMaster University)--121.18; Oversize Box 5, folder 1
  • Every Good Boy Deserves Favour--9.4-10.5, 84.4-9; Oversize Folder 2; Oversize Folder 6; Oversize Box 3; Oversize Box 4
  • Every Good Boy Deserves Favour [and] Professional Foul (Omnibus)--10.6; galley files
  • A Far Off Place (Screenplay adaptation of the book by L. van der Post)--43.1-2, 84.10-11
  • The Fifteen-Minute Hamlet [ The Fifteen-Minute Dogg's Troupe Hamlet]--59.7, 84.12-13, 104.16-17; Oversize Folder 3; Oversize Box 4
  • Four Plays for Radio (Omnibus)--10.7
  • "Freedom, But Thousands Are Still Captive " (Article)--121.14
  • The Frog Prince (Teleplay, never published)--10.8-10, 84.14
  • Funny Man (Teleplay, never produced)--67.4
  • Galileo (Screenplay)--43.3-5, 59.8, 84.15-85.2
  • The Gamblers--10.11-14, 67.5, 85.3
  • "God and I" (Article)--34.1
  • [ The Grapefruit Millionaire]--85.4
  • Hapgood--11.1-13.9, 43.6, 59.9-61.1, 85.5-87.4, 90.3, 121.14; Oversize Folder 5; Oversize Box 2, folder 1
  • "Happy & Glorious: Celebrating Forty Years" (Prologue to be spoken by Sir John Gielgud, never performed)--43.7
  • "Harold Pinter: The Poet of No-man's-land" (Article)--121.14
  • "The Hemingway Hero Is Put to Bed " (Article)--34.2
  • Hendrick's America (Proposed teleplay, never produced)--13.10
  • Higg and Cogg (Playscript)--13.11
  • Hopeful Monsters (Screenplay adaptation of the book by Nicholas Mosley)--43.8-46.5, 52.7-8, 61.2-6, 70.5, 87.5-90.6
  • The House of Bernarda Alba (Playscript, based on the play by Federico Garcia Lorca)--14.1, 90.7-90.11
  • How Sir Dudley Lost The Empire (Teleplay)--67.6
  • The Human Factor (Screenplay adaptation of the book by Graham Greene)--14.2-9, 91.1
  • I Can't Give You Anything But Love, Baby (Teleplay, never produced)--14.10
  • If You're Glad I'll Be Frank--67.7-9, 69.17-18; Oversize Box 7
  • "In Another Country " (Article)--34.1
  • "In Praise of Pedantry " (Article)--121.14
  • "In Search of Childhood" (Article)--121.14
  • In the Native State--14.11-15.3, 46.6-8, 61.7-9, 91.2-14; Oversize Box 2, folder 2; Oversize Box 5, folder 2
  • Indian Ink--47.1-48.7, 61.10-63.1, 91.15-93.12; Oversize Box 2, folder 1
  • Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade (Revisions of the screenplay by Jeffrey Boam)--94.1-4
  • Innocent Blood (Screenplay adaptation of the book by P. D. James, never produced)--15.4-6, 63.2
  • "Inspection of Criticism Shows Dogged Nothingness " (Article)--121.14
  • Invention of Love--63.3, 94.5-16; Oversize Box 3
  • [Jack Mapanje]--65.4, 122.8
  • Johnny on the Spot (Revisions of the playscript by Charles MacArthur)--63.4
  • "Joker As Artist"(Review of Suzi Gablik's Magritte)--121.14; Oversize Box 5, folder 3
  • Jumpers--15.7-16.1, 63.5, 67.10, 94.17-95.13; Oversize Folder 5; Oversize Folder 9; Oversize Box 2, folder 1; Oversize Box 4; galley files
  • "Just Impossible "(Review of The Impossible Years)--130.1
  • Knuckle [ Naked without a Gun] (Proposed screenplay based upon the play by David Hare)--16.2, 96.1-97.6
  • Largo Desolato (English version of the work by Václav Havel)--16.3-10, 97.7-98.4
  • Le Dindon (Revisions of the playscript by Georges Feydeau)--63.6
  • "Let Iran Make Amends on Rushdie" (Article)--121.19
  • "Looking-Glass World" (Article)--34.1
  • Lord Malquist and Mr. Moon [ Ad Absurdam (sic)]--16.11-12, 98.5-9
  • Love for Three Oranges (English Libretto of the opera Amour des trios oranges)--16.13, 17.1, 98.10
  • "M" Is for 'Moon' among Other Things--17.2, 49.6-7, 67.11, 98.11
  • Medicine Man [ The Stand] (Revisions of the screenplay by Tom Schulman and Sally Robinson)--98.12-99.2
  • Merry Widow--43.9, 44.2-3, 44.7, 48.8, 52.7-8, 63.7, 99.3
  • "A Modern Comedy "(written for Ian McKellen)--34.1
  • "My Freedom from Pain " (Article)--Oversize Box 5, folder 3
  • "My Friends Fighting for Freedom" (Article)--121.14
  • Neutral Ground [ The Wound and the Bow] (Teleplay)--17.3-4, 48.9, 67.12-13, 99.4-6
  • Night and Day--17.5-19.8, 99.7-100.2; Oversize Folder 2; Oversize Box 3; Oversize Box 5, folder 1; galley files
  • On the Razzle (Adaptation of Johann Nestroy's Einen Jux will er sich machen)--20.1-6, 49.1-2, 100.3-7; Oversize Folder 4; Oversize Folder 5; Oversize Folder 6; Oversize Box 4; Oversize Box 5, folder 1; Oversize Box 7; galley files
  • One Pair of Eyes:"Tom Stoppard Doesn't Know" (Episode of BBC television series)--100.8
  • "Paradise and Purgatory" (Article)--121.21
  • "The Perplexities of Bertrand Russell" (Article)--121.14
  • "Playing with Science " (Published lecture given at Caltech)--66.3, 121.22
  • Plays Five (Omnibus)--100.9-12
  • Plays Four (Omnibus)--101.1-4
  • The Plays For Radio 1964-91 (Omnibus)--63.8
  • "Playwrights and Professors "(Article)--34.1, 121.14; Oversize Box 5, folder 3
  • Poodle Springs (Screenplay adaptation of the book by Raymond Chandler and Robert Parker)--49.3-4, 63.9-64.7, 101.5-104.7
  • "Pragmatic Theater"--121.23
  • "The Private Eye as Purgative" (Review of Raymond Chandler Speaking)--34.1
  • Professional Foul--20.7-11, 34.1; 49.5, 104.8-10; galley files
  • Published and Be Damned: Cartoons for International PEN (edited by Mark Bryant, introduction by Stoppard)--130.5
  • Pursuit of Happiness (Companion documentary teleplay for A Separate Peace)--20.12, 49.6-7
  • "Real Books, Real Authors" (Article)--121.24
  • The Real Inspector Hound [ The Stand-Ins] [ Murder at Mousetrap Manor]--21.1-6, 67.14-68.1, 72.7, 104.11-105.10; Oversize Folder 1; Oversize Folder 5; Oversize Folder 7; Oversize Box 1; Oversize Box 3; Oversize Box 4; Oversize Box 5, folder 1
  • The Real Inspector Hound And Other Entertainments (Omnibus)--49.8
  • The Real Thing--21.7-23.7, 49.9-10, 105.1-107.7; Oversize Folder 5; Oversize Box 1; Oversize Box 2, folder 1; Oversize Box 3; Oversize Box 5, folder 1; Oversize Box 6; Oversize Box 7; galley files
  • Regarding Henry (Revision of the screenplay by Jeffrey Abrams)--23.8
  • Restoration (Revision of the screenplay by Rose Tremain and Rupert Walters)--107.8-9
  • "The Reunion "(Short story)--107.10
  • "Review on Hemingway "(Article)--34.2
  • The Romantic Englishwoman (Screenplay, co-authored by ThomasWiseman)--23.9-10, 107.11
  • Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead--21.2, 23.11-25.6, 49.11, 50.1, 64.8-65.2, 68.2-3, 79.5, 107.12-113.3; Oversize Folder 1; Oversize Folder 5; Oversize Box 2; Oversize Box 2, folder 3; Oversize Box 4; Oversize Box 5, folder 1; Oversize Box 6; Oversize Box 9
  • Rough Crossing (Adaptation of Ferenc Molnar's Play at the Castle)--25.7-26.8, 50.2-3, 65.3, 113.4-114.11; Oversize Folder 6; Oversize Box 2; Oversize Box 4; Oversize Box 7
  • The Russia House (Screenplay adaptation of the book by John le Carré)--26.9-27.3, 65.4-5, 115.1-117.3
  • Schindler's List (Revision of the screenplay by Thomas Keneally and Steven Zaillian)--65.6-7
  • The Seagull (Translation of the play by Anton Chekov)--117.4
  • A Separate Peace--50.4-6, 117.5
  • Shakespeare In Love (Screenplay, co-authored by Marc Norman)--50.7-51.6, 117.6-15; Oversize Folder 1
  • Sleepy Hollow (Revision of the screenplay by Kevin Yagher and Andrew Kevin Walker)--117.16-17
  • Squaring the Circle: Poland, 1980-81--25.7, 27.4-29.8; 118.1-8; Oversize Folder 5; Oversize Box 8
  • "The Story "(Short story)--29.9, 118.9
  • "Strange I Find I'm in the Property Business "(Article)--34.1, 121.14
  • Tango (Adaptation of the play by Slawomir Mrozek)--29.10, 118.10-12
  • Teeth--68.4, 119.1-2
  • The Television Plays 1965-1984 (Omnibus)--51.7-9
  • [ Television reviews for The Observer]--34.1, 121.14
  • "Theatre Abroad: Lenny Goes Limey" (Review of Lenny Bruce)--34.1
  • "Theatre Abroad: The Trigon"(Review)--34.1
  • This Way Out With Samuel Boot (Teleplay, never produced)--68.5
  • Three Men in a Boat (Teleplay based on the book by Jerome K. Jerome)--29.11-13, 65.8-66.1, 119.3-11
  • "To Film Or Not to Film"(Article re. filming of Rosencrantz and Guildenstrn Are Dead)--122.1
  • "Tom Stoppard on the KGB's Olympic Trials "(Article)--34.1, 121.14
  • Travesties--30.1-31.9, 52.1-53.1, 66.2-4, 119.12-120.10; Oversize Folder 1; Oversize Folder 3; Oversize Folder 4; Oversize Folder 5; Oversize Folder 8; Oversize Box 1; Oversize Box 2, folder 1; Oversize Box 3; Oversize Box 5, folder 1; Oversize Box 7; galley files
  • "Treasure Island"(Stoppard's contribution to an Architectural Design article)--33.3
  • Two Acts of Love with a 15 Minute Interval (Benefit to which Stoppard contributed "Magic Moments with Mantovani" and "Welcome to the Club")--120.1
  • Undiscovered Country [ Open Country] (Adaptation of Arthur Schnitzler's Das Weite Land)--32.1-33.8, 121.1-6; Oversize Folder 7
  • Unidentified article on Stoppard's family--122.4-7
  • Untitled short story for Esquire, 1980--121.12
  • Vatel (Screenplay, co-authored by Jeanne Labrune)--121.7
  • A Walk on the Water (see Enter a Free Man)
  • "Welcome to the World" (Article)--34.1
  • Where Are They Now?--33.9, 68.6-7, 69.2, 73.9-10, 84.15, 121.8-11
  • "Yes We Have No Banana"(Article)--121.14