University of Texas, Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center

Audrey Wood:

An Inventory of Her Collection at the Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center



Creator: Wood, Audrey, 1905-1985.
Title: Audrey Wood Papers
Dates: 1863, 1900-1984, n.d.
Abstract: Correspondence, photographs, business and financial records, playscripts, appointment books, clippings, awards, theatrical memorabilia, and scrapbooks document the personal life and professional activities of literary representative Audrey Wood, her husband and business partner, William Liebling, and their clients, including Tennessee Williams.
RLIN Record #: TXRC01-A0
Extent: 60 boxes 16 oversize boxes 1 oversize folder 2 card files (32 linear feet)
Repository: Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center, University of Texas at Austin

Biographical Sketch

Audrey Wood was born February 28, 1905, in New York City to William Wood, a theatre manager, and Ida Gaubatz. Audrey grew up with constant exposure to the art and business of vaudeville and theatre through her father's work. She read and selected plays for her father while still in high school, briefly attended college, and then returned home to care for her mother after her father's death.

In 1927 she took a position as a script reader at the Century Play Company and eventually became head of the department. In 1937 she opened her own agency to represent playwrights and soon after formed a business partnership with William Liebling (1894-1969), a successful agent for actors and director. They married in 1938.

Constantly looking for talented new writers, Wood contacted Tennessee Williams in 1939 and offered her services as an agent. Wood helped guide and focus Williams' writing and under her care he created some of his greatest works, including The Glass Menagerie, A Streetcar Named Desire, and Cat on a Hot Tin Roof.

During the 1940s and early 1950s, the Liebling-Wood agency represented some of the top talent in the industry. In addition to Tennessee Williams, their client list included writers William Inge and Carson McCullers; actors Marlon Brando, Montgomery Clift, and Paul Newman; actresses Audrey Hepburn, Elizabeth Taylor, and Natalie Wood; and directors Elia Kazan and Joshua Logan.

In 1954 William Liebling retired and the Liebling-Wood agency was purchased by the Music Corporation of America (MCA), where Wood continued her work as an agent. In the mid 1960s she taught playwright workshops at several universities and later received an honorary PhD from Florida State University. Although her professional relationship with Tennessee Williams ended in the late 1960s, she continued to find and develop new writers such as Preston Jones and Arthur Kopit.

In 1981, after completing the manuscript for her autobiography, Wood suffered a stroke, leaving her in a coma that eventually led to her death in 1985.


Scope and Contents

Correspondence, photographs, business and financial records, playscripts, appointment books, clippings, awards, theatrical memorabilia, and scrapbooks document the personal life and professional activities of literary representative Audrey Wood, her husband and business partner, William Liebling, and their clients. The papers are organized into three series: I. Client Files, 1940-1982, n.d. (19 boxes), II. Subject Files, 1863, 1900-1984, n.d. (18 boxes, 15 oversize boxes, 1 oversize folder), and III. Financial, 1937-1981, n.d. (21 boxes).

The papers were previously housed at the Eugene O'Neill Memorial Theatre Centre in Waterford, Connecticut, and consist of personal files from Audrey Wood and William Liebling's New York and Connecticut residences, business files from the Liebling-Wood office dating 1937-1954, and files created during her employment from 1954 onwards at the Music Corporation of America (MCA), and its successor organizations Ashley-Steiner Agency and International Creative Management (ICM). The majority of papers are in English, with a small amount of foreign language materials relating mostly to foreign rights and productions of plays.

The earliest material, dating from the mid 1800s, consists of photographs and personal correspondence and records of Wood's family. Business records of her father's work as a theatre manager reflect Wood's early exposure to and interest in stage productions, and include clippings and photographs of late nineteenth and early twentieth century actors, actresses, and plays.

The bulk of the papers date from the late 1930s through the early 1980s. The largest concentration of material is located in the Subject Files Series and includes 10 boxes of photographs as well as numerous lobby cards and posters for various plays and motion pictures. Also in this series are family records, William Liebling's personal records, and the typescript draft of Audrey Wood's autobiography, written with Max Wilk.

Wood is best known for her long, sometimes strained, tenure as Tennessee Williams' agent. This relationship is well documented in the Client Files Series with large amounts of correspondence, both with Williams and with others, regarding his works. Also present are manuscript fragments, contracts, and box office statements for many of his productions, including The Glass Menagerie, A Streetcar Named Desire, and Cat on a Hot Tin Roof. Other clients with significant materials in this series include Martha Gellhorn, Dorothy Heyward, and William Inge.

Woods' husband, William Liebling, also a well known agent, represented actors and directors. Records relating to his clients are found in the Client Files Series and in the Liebling-Wood Agency files in the Subject Files Series. His personal records and correspondence, including a large amount of correspondence with U.S. Senator Jacob Javits, are filed under Liebling in the Subject Files.

Incoming, outgoing, and third party correspondence found throughout the papers provide great insight into the activities of Wood, Liebling, and Williams. An index to all the letters received by these three is located at the end of this finding aid.


Restrictions

Access:

Open for research


Index Terms

Correspondents
Beaumont, Hugh, 1908-1976.
Colton, Edward E.
Crawford, Cheryl.
Cronyn, Hume.
Feldman, Charles K. 1904-1968.
Gallantz, George G.
Gottlieb, Morton.
Hayes, Helen, 1900-.
Hazen, Joseph P.
Heyward, Dorothy, 1890-1961.
Inge, William.
Javits, Jacob K. (Jacob Koppel), 1904-1986
Kazan, Elia.
Laughlin, James.
Leavy, Morton L.
Liebling, William.
Logan, Joshua.
MacGregor, Robert.
Mielziner, Jo, 1901-.
Murray, Natalia Danesi.
Schmidt, Lars, 1917-.
Selznick, Irene Mayer, 1907-.
Singer, Louis J.
Smith, Lawrence.
Tajima, Hiroshi.
Wanamaker, Sam, 1919-.
Warburg, Fredric J.
Watson, Graham.
Williams, Cornelius Coffin.
Williams, Dakin.
Williams, Edwina Dakin.
Williams, William Carlos, 1883-1963.
Organizations
Curtis Brown, Ltd.
Dramatist Guild.
Dramatist Play Services (New York, N. Y.).
Subjects
American drama, 20th century.
Dramatists, American, 20th century.
Document Types
Address books.
Appointment books.
Autobiographies.
Biographies.
Bookkeeping records.
Business records.
Christmas cards.
Legal instruments.
Military records.
Photograph albums.
Photographs.
Playbills.
Postcards.
Scrapbooks.
Scripts.
Tintypes.

Administrative Information

Acquisition:

Purchase, 1994 (R13127)

Processed by:

Stephen Mielke, 2001; Laura Parker, 1995


Sources:

Wood, Audrey. Represented by Audrey Wood Garden City, N.Y.: Doubleday,1981.

Contemporary Authors -- Volume 118. Hal May, ed. Detroit: Gale Research Company, 1986.


Audrey Wood Papers--Folder List

I. Client Files, 1940-1982, n.d.

Client files are arranged alphabetically and consist mainly of correspondence and manuscript materials. The majority of the files are for Audrey Wood clients, although several William Liebling clients, such as Pat Hingle and Martha Gellhorn, are present. Some of the files, such as those for Duke Mitchell, were not actual clients of Wood or Liebling and contain materials sent to them in hopes of gaining their help or representation.
The bulk of the series consists of Tennessee Williams materials. Several boxes contain business correspondence between Wood and others about foreign productions of his plays and requests for publishing or presentation of various works. Much of the correspondence is addressed to Williams "in care of" Audrey Wood and was never actually seen by Williams.
Personal correspondence between Wood and Williams dates from Wood's 1939 letter of introduction to Williams offering her services as an agent, through the late 1970s. The majority of the exchanges of correspondence between Wood and Williams consists of photocopies of the originals, which can be found in the Tennessee Williams Collection at the Ransom Center. Correspondents with both Williams and Wood include Hugh Beaumont, Elia Kazan, Jo Mielziner, Irene Selznick, and Williams' mother, brother, and father.
Within the Williams section material is filed under the titles of his works, including correspondence, contracts, box office statements, and clippings. Small amounts of manuscript fragments and outlines are located with "Anna,"Camino Real, Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, Orpheus Descending, The Rose Tattoo, Stairs to the Roof, A Streetcar Named Desire, and Sweet Bird of Youth. Also present are musical scores for The Glass Menagerie, by Paul Bowles, and A Streetcar Named Desire, by Lehman Engel.
Box Folder
1 1 Amber, Ted. This Advertising Age, notes, corrections, typescript fragments, 1958, n.d.
2 Anderson, Robert. Correspondence, 1956-1958
3 Arlen, Harold. Bloomer Girl, bound playbills and musical score, 1944
4 Benefield, Barry. Daughters of Joy, typescript draft, n.d.
5 Brecht, Bertolt. The Caucasian Chalk Circle, correspondence and box office statements, 1947-1950
Buchwald, Art. The International Set
Box Folder
1 6 Carbon copy typescript, n.d.
7 Correspondence and contracts, 1958-1961
8 Capote, Truman. House of Flowers, "A Sleepin' Bee" mimeo music manuscript, 1954
9 Gazzo, Michael. Correspondence, 1971-1973
Gellhorn, Martha
The Smell of Lilies
Box Folder
1 10 The Atlantic, short story, 1956
11 Typescript introduction and notes, 1957, n.d.
12 Mimeo typescripts, n.d.
13 Correspondence and contracts, 1956-1969
Box Folder
2 1 For Annette, typescript adaptation by William Roberts, 1965, n.d.
2 Two by Two, advance uncorrected proofs, 1958
3 Venus Ascendant, mimeo typescript, n.d.
4 Harburg, E. Y. The Little Doll Laughed, carbon copy typescript, n.d.
Heyward, Dorothy. Porgy and Bess
Box Folder
2 5 Correspondence, 1940-1958, n.d.
6 Playbill and introduction, n.d.
7 Clippings, 1940-1961, n.d.
8 Hingle, Pat. Correspondence, contracts and clippings, 1956-1963
Inge, William
Box Folder
2 9 Correspondence and clippings, 1945-1989, n.d.
10 Dark at the Top of the Stairs, typescript notes and playbill, 1957
11 Jones, Decatur. Fetus of Midnight, carbon copy typescript, n.d.
12 Jones, Robert Edmund. Correspondence, typescript lecture and papers, 1942-1947, n.d.
13 Kanin, Fay. Goodbye My Fancy, box office statements, 1948-1949
Box Folder
3 1-2 Kanin, Fay. Goodbye My Fancy, box office statements, cont.
3 Kopit, Arthur. Correspondence, 1976-1982, n.d.
4 Kramm, Joseph. Hope Is a Thing for Feathers, box office statements, 1948
5 MacCurdy, James. A Little Girl in a Big City, carbon copy typescript with corrections, n.d.
Mitchell, Duke. Contract Killers
Box Folder
3 6 Carbon copy typescript with corrections, n.d.
7 Publicity materials, n.d.
Nusser, J. L. Scorpion Fields
Box Folder
3 8 Typescript notes and outline, 1958, n.d.
9 Correspondence and contracts, 1957-1959
10 Ritt, Martin. Set My People Free, box office statements, 1948
Rodgers, Richard. By Jupiter
Box Folder
3 11 Typescript notes and clippings, 1942, n.d.
12 Correspondence, 1955-1967
Box Folder
4 1 Seaton, George. But Not Goodbye, box office statements, 1948-1949
2 Toler, Sidney. Show Me, carbon copy typescript, n.d.
3 Valency, Maurice. Mad Woman of Challiot, box office statements, 1949
4 Villa, Luis de. People of Property, photocopy typescript, n.d.
Williams, Tennessee
Correspondence
Foreign production / publication rights
England
Box Folder
4 5-6 Beaumont, 1946-1954
7 General
1945-1953
1948-1949
Box Folder
5 1 Gould / Echols / Daubney / Cochran, 1947-1950
2 Singer / Dowling, 1945-1949
3 France, 1946-1950
4 General, 1947-1963
5 Greece, 1946-1953
Italy
Box Folder
5 6 1946-1953
7 1948-1949
8 Japan, 1948-1955
9 Mexico, 1946-1951
10 Scandinavia, 1945-1952
11 South Africa, 1946-1951
12 South America, 1945-1953
13 Spain, 1947-1953
14 Switzerland, 1945-1949
Box Folder
6 1 Van Loewen, Dr. Jan, 1947-1951
General
Box Folder
6 2 1945-1953
3 1953-1954
4 1954-1955
5 1954-1962
6 1956-1957
7 1958-1959
8 1958-1961
9-10 1959
Box Folder
7 1 1959
2-3 1960
4-5 1961
6 1961-1962
7 1962
8 1966-1969, n.d.
9 Kazan, Elia, 1947-1959, 1970
Box Folder
8 1 New Directions, 1945-1951
Personal
Box Folder
8 2-4 General, 1940-1977, n.d.
Wood. Photocopies
Box Folder
8 5 1939-1941
Box Folder
9 1 1942-1951
2 1950-1953
3 1954-1963
4 Photographs, 1947-1965, n.d.
5 Playbills, 1948-1982, n.d.
Works
Box Folder
9 6 27 Wagons Full of Cotton, correspondence and clippings, 1955-1957
7 "Anna," carbon copy typescript, n.d.
Baby Doll
Box Folder
9 8 Correspondence, 1956-1958
9 Clippings and reviews, 1956
Camino Real
Box Folder
9 10 Typescript fragment, 1950
Correspondence
Box Folder
9 11 1951-1953
12 1954-1958
13 Clippings and reviews, 1957-1959
Cat On a Hot Tin Roof
Box Folder
9 14 Preface, carbon and photocopy typescript drafts, ca. 1955
Correspondence
Box Folder
10 1 1955
2 1956
3-4 1957-1960
5 Clippings and reviews, 1954-1958, n.d.
Garden District
Box Folder
10 6 Correspondence, 1957-1962
7 Clippings and reviews, 1958-1959
The Glass Menagerie
Correspondence
Box Folder
10 8 Casting, 1948-1951
General
Box Folder
10 9 1945-1950
Box Folder
11 1 1954-1961
2 Hugh Beaumont, 1946-1949
3 Random House, 1945
4 Clippings and reviews, 1945-1970, n.d.
5 Box office statements, 1948
6 Historical outline / commentary - photocopy typescript, n.d.
7 Musical score, n.d.
8 Photographs, n.d.
9 I Rise in Flame Cried the Phoenix, correspondence, 1959
10 Index of works carbon typescript, n.d.
11 Lord Byron's Love Letter, correspondence, 1954-1955
Magazine submissions
Box Folder
11 12 Typescript drafts and clippings, 1957-1969, n.d.
Correspondence
Box Folder
11 13 1945-1950
14 1948-1953
15 The Mutilated, autograph and typed cover pages, n.d
16 The Night of the Iguana, correspondence and clippings, 1961-1962, n.d.
17 One act plays correspondence, 1940-1951, 1960
Orpheus Descending
Box Folder
11 18 Carbon copy typescript fragments, n.d
Draft fragments and Correspondence
Box Folder
11 19 1952-1957
Box Folder
12 1 1957-1958
2 1958-1960
3 Clippings and reviews, 1956-1959
Period of Adjustment
Correspondence
Box Folder
12 4 1958-1960
5 1961-1962
6 Clippings and reviews, 1960-1962
7 Portrait of a Madonna, correspondence, 1959
8 The Roman Spring of Mrs. Stone, correspondence, 1955-1958
The Rose Tattoo
Box Folder
12 9 Typescript outline, n.d.
Correspondence and notes
Box Folder
12 10 1950-1951
11 1954-1956
12 1959
Box Folder
13 1 Clippings and reviews, 1955, n.d.
2 Stairs to the Roof, carbon copy typescript outlines and reviews, 1947, n.d.
A Streetcar Named Desire
Box Folder
13 3 Autograph script revisions, n.d.
Correspondence
General
Box Folder
13 4 1945-1951
5 1954-1960
6 New York Company, 1947-1949
7 Reprints, 1951
8 Road Company, 1948-1951
Contracts and agreements
Box Folder
13 9-11 1949-1951, n.d.
Box Folder
14 1 Summer stock, 1951
Box office statements
Box Folder
14 2-5 Australia/English production, 1949-1951
Box Folder
15 1-3 Australia/English production, cont.
4-5 Chicago, no.2 touring company and subway circuit, 1948-1951
Box Folder
16 1-3 Chicago, no.2 touring company, cont.
4 New York and no.1 touring company, 1947-1950
Box Folder
17 1-4 New York and no.1 touring company, cont.
Box Folder
18 1 Musical score, n.d.
2 Photographs, clippings, and scrapbooks, 1947, n.d.
Summer and Smoke
Correspondence
Box Folder
18 3 England, 1950-1952
4 General, 1949-1960
5 Motion picture, 1949-1951
6 New York company, 1947-1951
7 Road company, 1949-1951
8 Summer stock, 1949-1950
Sweet Bird of Youth
Box Folder
18 9 Notes and re-write suggestions carbon copy typescript, n.d.
10 One act play, 1959
Correspondence
Box Folder
18 11 1956-1958
12-13 1959
Box Folder
19 1 1960
2 1962
3 Clippings and reviews,
4 Clippings and reviews, 1951-1979, n.d.



II. Subject Files, 1863, 1900-1984, n.d.

Subject files comprise the largest series in the papers, contain the greatest variety of materials, and span the longest time period. Folders are arranged alphabetically by topic. The original folder titles used by Wood were retained when evident. Materials filed under the headings "Appointment books," "Family," "Liebling, William," "Photographs," "Theatrical memorabilia" and "Works," had no original folder titles and were assigned these headings.
Audrey Wood's family records contain a large number of photographs and personal documents, such as naturalization papers and marriage certificates, of the Wood and Gaubatz families. These are the earliest records in the papers and include her father's records as a manager of the Broadway and Palace theatres in the early 1900s. During this period, Ms. Wood collected reviews, playbills, and photographs of actors and actresses associated with her father's business. These materials, plus lobby cards and posters from works by her clients form the bulk of the "Theatrical memorabilia" files. Photographs are located with the "Casting" materials due to their overlapping dates and similar nature to the existing photographs Wood filed under that heading.
William Liebling's personal records include a large amount of correspondence, predominantly relating to several United Nations and U.S. government associated theatrical ventures he promoted in the late 1950s and 1960s. His correspondence with Jacob Javits, Hubert Humphry, and other politicians reveal his thoughts on Vietnam, crime, race relations, and other political and social topics. Also in his records are photographs, clippings, and official documents associated with his service in the U.S. Army during World War I.
The "Liebling-Wood Agency" records focus mainly on legal and administrative operations and include client lists, literary property lists, and contracts. The majority of the agency records consist of correspondence files, much of it between Wood and Liebling.
Typescript drafts, notes, and research materials for Audrey Wood's memoirs provide in-depth biographical information and anecdotal stories about numerous clients. Other works by Wood include articles about her career intended for magazine or newspaper publication.
Box Folder
19 5-7 Address books, 1970-1978, n.d.
8 "Advertising Age" symposium 1970
Appointment books
Box
20 1949-1957
Box
21 1957-1960
Box
22 1961-1970
Box
23 1971-1981
Art
Box Folder
24 1 Asian - calendars and exhibit catalogs, 1964-1971, n.d.
2 Margulies, Joseph - print, 1934
3 Moore, Henry - exhibit catalog, 1978
4 Aslo Theatre correspondence, clippings, photographs, and brochures, 1966-1975, n.d.
5 Audrey Wood Memorial Theatre clippings, 1981-1984, n.d.
6 Awards, 1945-1976
7 Bondi Pavilion Theatre clippings and publicity material, 1974
Casting
Box Folder
24 8 Actor and actress lists, 1946-1948, n.d.
9 Actor and actress photosets and credits, n.d.
Box Folder
25 1-6 Actor and actress photosets and credits, cont.
Box Folder
26 1 Actor and actress tear sheets, ca. 1900
2 Actress cigarette cards, ca. 1900
3 "Packard Library" directory, ca. 1918
4-5 Possibilities for various productions, 1936-1946
6-7 "The Spotlight" directory, 1934, 1939
8 Clippings, 1985, 1936-1979, n.d.
Box Folder
27 1 Correspondence, 1920-1980, n.d.
2 Dallas Theater Center twentieth anniversary program, 1979
3 Empire Theatre sixtieth anniversary program and clippings, 1953
4 Eugene O'Neill Memorial Theater Foundation correspondence and brochures, 1966-1970
Family
Box Folder
27 5 Correspondence, 1938-1981, n.d.
Photographs
Box Folder
27 6 Albums, 1917-1923
Box Folder
28 1 Albums, cont.
2 Unidentified, n.d.
Gaubatz
Box Folder
28 3 Personal records, 1863-1958, n.d.
4 Photographs, n.d.
Wood, Ida
Box Folder
28 5 Personal records and correspondence, 1928-1958
Box Folder
29 1 Photographs, n.d.
Wood, William
Box Folder
29 2 Billy the Kid typescript drafts, n.d.
3 Business contracts, 1902-1920, n.d.
4 Business correspondence, 1903-1922, n.d.
5 Personal records and correspondence, 1880-1921, n.d.
6 Photographs, n.d.
7 Productions list, n.d.
Florida apartment
Box Folder
30 1 Correspondence and contracts, 1966-1971
2 Brochures, photographs, and guest book, 1967-1968
3 Florida State University photographs, n.d.
4 Funk, Lewis - mimeo interview transcript, 1976
International Creative Management
Box Folder
30 5 Correspondence, 1962-1981
6 Expenses, 1975-1981
7 Kook, Edward - correspondence, 1937-1941
8-9 Lectures, seminars, and workshops, 1940-1977, n.d.
Liebling, William
Box Folder
30 10 Actor's Fund certificate, 1959
11 Audio recordings, 1949-1960
Correspondence
Box Folder
31 1 General, 1946-1970, n.d.
2 Kanin, Garson, 1937-1941
Political
Box Folder
31 3 Challenger Productions, 1960-1961
4 General, 1960-1969
5 Javits, Jacob, 1946-1966
6 U.N. overseas project, 1955-1958, n.d.
7 Riverside cemetery, 1954-1972
8 Siegal, Max, 1935-1939
9 Jagger arbitration correspondence and legal documents, 1940-1975
10 John Brown correspondence and production notes, 1959
11 Military service official records, clippings, and photographs, 1918-1965, n.d.
Box Folder
32 1 Obituary and letters of condolence, 1969-1970, n.d.
2 Personal records and honorary degree, 1954-1968
3 Photographs, 1916-1954
4 Script reading project correspondence, 1946-1955, n.d.
5 Shakespeare project correspondence, 1964
Liebling-Wood Agency
Box Folder
32 6 Certificate of Discontinuance of Business as Partners, 1954
7 Client and property lists, 1936-1964, n.d.
8 Contracts, 1949-1956
Correspondence
Box Folder
32 9 General (with clippings), 1940-1947, n.d.
Box Folder
33 1 Liebling and Wood, 1940-1951, n.d.
2 Employment agency licenses, 1942-1953
3 Lindsfarne Association brochures, 1976-1980, n.d.
4 MCA correspondence, 1954-1978, n.d.
Memoirs
Box Folder
33 5-7 Typescript draft, n.d.
Box Folder
34 1-2 Draft fragments, n.d.
3 Interview transcripts, 1979-1980, n.d.
4 Correspondence, 1965-1981
5 Background information, 1946-1977, n.d.
6 New York Theatre Critics Reviews, 1943-1944
7 Personal Records, 1924-1970
Photographs
Box Folder
34 8-9 Album, 1918-1968, n.d.
Box Folder
35 1 Album, cont.
Audrey Wood
Box Folder
35 2 Adult, ca. 1920-1977, n.d.
3-4 Youth, 1905-1920, n.d.
5 Audrey Wood and William Liebling, n.d.
Box Folder
36 1 Audrey Wood and William Liebling, n.d.
2-3 General, 1933-1977, n.d.
4 Postcards (blank), n.d.
5 Pulitzer Prize Pictures carbon typescript memorandum, n.d.
6 Quotations - printed, typescript, and photocopy, n.d.
7 Sandifer, John - correspondence, 1962-1974
8 Script synopses and commentary - typescripts and photocopies, 1925-1933, n.d.
Theatrical memorabilia
Box Folder
36 9 Lobby cards, n.d.
10 Posters, n.d.
11 Programs, 1893-1961, n.d.
Box Folder
37 1-2 Programs, 1893-1961, n.d.
3-4 Scrapbook materials, 1908-1924, n.d.
5 Travel, 1954-1973, n.d.
6 Universities correspondence, 1965-1970
7 University of Texas correspondence, 1965-1968
Box Folder
38 1 Wesleyan University correspondence, 1967-1970
Westport house
Box Folder
38 2 Guest book and inventories, 1949-1969, n.d.
3 Photographs and brochure, n.d.
4 Works by Audrey Wood - typescript articles, 1947, n.d.
5 Works by others - typescript and mimeo copy drafts and draft fragments, 1947, n.d.



III. Financial, 1937-1981

The materials in Series III include both personal and business financial records for Audrey Wood and William Liebling. The bulk of the records date from the 1950s to the 1980s. A large portion of the series documents Wood's and Liebling's numerous stock investments and theatrical production investments. Annual financial reports as well as income tax returns track their business success from the late 1930s to the early 1980s.
Ledgers and check carbons document Liebling-Wood office expenses and royalty payments to clients. Bills and receipts document their business travel and entertainment expenditures and day-to-day purchases of clothing, appliances and other items. Records on their home and rental property in Westport, Connecticut, are also located here.
Correspondence is found throughout the series. General Correspondence is grouped together and includes topics such as utility, credit card, and bank statements; solicitations for donations to charitable causes; and letters to friends regarding loans.
Also included are probate and appraisal records for William Liebling's estate, insurance records, salary pay slips, and payments for Audrey Wood's medical expenses after her stroke.
Box Folder
38 6-7 Actor commissions, 1945-1952
Box Folder
39 1 Bergman, Daniel - correspondence, 1975-1980, n.d.
Bills and receipts
1978
Box Folder
39 2 A-F
3 G-O
4 P-Z
1979
Box Folder
39 5 A-C
6 D-R
7 S-Z
Box Folder
40 1-3 1980
1 A-D
2 E-Q
3 R-Z
1981
Box Folder
40 4 A-S
5 T-Z
6 Housekeeping
7 Medical
Box Folder
41 1 Chase Manhattan Bank custody account correspondence, 1958-1980
Check Carbons
Box Folder
41 2-4 4 Jan. 1954-30 April 1954
5-6 6 Aug. 1953-31 Dec. 1953
Box Folder
42 1-2 5 Jan. 1953-30 July 1953
3 3 Jan. 1952-31 Dec. 1952
Box Folder
43 1-3 3 Jan. 1952-31 Dec. 1952
4 8 Jun. 1950-28 Dec. 1951
Box Folder
44 1-4 8 June 1950-28 Dec. 1951
Box Folder
45 1-2 8 June 1950-28 Dec. 1951
Check stubs
Box Folder
45 3 9 April 1954-30 April 1954
4 9 Nov. 1953-22 April 1954
Estate of William Liebling
Box Folder
46 1 Appraisals, 1959-1979
2-4 Correspondence, 1967-1972
5-6 Trust fund statements, 1972-1980
Box Folder
47 1 Expense book, 1959-1979
2-5 Financial reports
2 1937, 1944-1949
3 1950-1959
4 1960-1969
5 1970-1979
General Correspondence
Box Folder
47 6 A, 1961-1979
Box Folder
48 1 B, 1969-1981
2 C, 1965-1980
3 D, 1956-1979
4 E, 1975-1978
5 F, 1963-1978
6 G, 1966-1972
7 H, 1966-1980
8 I, 1963-1980
9 J, 1968-1970
10 K, 1971-1980
11 L-M, 1971
12 N, 1968-1980
13 O, 1970-1980
14 P, 1959-1981
15 R, 1969-1978
16 S, 1969-1978
17 T, 1970-1973
18 U-V, 1971-1981
19 W-Z, 1968-1980
Insurance
Box Folder
49 1 Automobile, 1973-1981
2 Homeowners, 1972-1981
3 Medical, 1960-1981
4 Medicare, 1974-1981
5 Social Security, 1959-1977
6 Unemployment, 1964-1980
7 Workmen's Compensation, 1969-1978
Investments
Box Folder
49 8 24 Holding Corp., 1956-1965
9 345 Holding Corp., 1958-1980
Box Folder
50 1 345 Holding Corp., cont.
2-3 400 Holding Corp., 1955-1978
4 805 Realty Corp., 1953-1979
5 A, 1959-1977
6 B, 1957-1974
7-8 C, 1956-1979
Box Folder
51 1 D, 1962-1980
2 E, 1958-1979
3 F, 1954-1977
4 G, 1960-1975
5 H, 1968-1978
6 I, 1964-1980
7 J-K, 1965-1979
8 L, 1966-1981
9 M, 1959-1981
Box Folder
52 1 N, 1954-1979
2 O, 1958-1969
3 P-R, 1950-1977
4 S, 1958-1979
5 T, 1957-1978
Theatrical
Box Folder
52 6 Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, 1955-1977
7 The Crucible, 1954-1971
8 The Curious Savage, 1954-1970
9 Death of a Salesman, 1948-1970
10 The Desk Set, 1969
11 Finian's Rainbow, 1953-1970
12 Jane, 1952-1963
13 The Man, 1954-1965
14 Miss Liberty, 1954-1956
Box Folder
53 1 Point of No Return, 1954-1956
2 The Rat Race, 1949-1958
3 Remains To Be Seen, 1953-1972
4 Romantic Comedy, 1979-1981
5 The Rose Tattoo, 1953-1964
6-7 Same Time Next Year, 1975-1981
8 The Singing Mermaids, 1945
9 Solid Gold Cadillac, 1955-1972
10 A Streetcar Named Desire, 1947-1980
11 Tribute, 1977-1980
Box Folder
54 1 Veronica's Room, 1973-1974
2 U-V, 1957-1980
3 W-Z, 1958-1976
Ledgers (general)
Box Folder
54 4 1945-1951
5 1946-1954
6 1950-1954
Box Folder
55 1 1950-1954
2-4 1953-1967
5 1954-1967
Box Folder
56 1 1954-1967
2 1966-1970
3-4 1970-1974
5 1974-1979
Box Folder
57 1 Petty cash vouchers, 1976-1980
Royalties
Box Folder
57 2-5 Correspondence (outgoing), 1944-1951
Ledgers
Box Folder
57 6 1945-1951
Box Folder
58 1 1945-1951
2-3 1951-1953
4-5 1954
Box Folder
59 1 Salary stubs, 1954-1981
2 Storage receipts, 1969-1980
Taxes
Box Folder
59 3 Connecticut, 1971-1980
Federal
Box Folder
59 4 Employer's quarterly reports, 1966-1980
5-7 Returns, 1954-1980
8 New York City, 1965-1980
New York State
Box Folder
60 1 Employer's quarterly reports, 1966-1980
2 Returns, 1954-1980
3 Westport, 1954-1981
Westport house
Expenses
Box Folder
60 4 A-G, 1955-1971
5 H-Q, 1956-1975
6 R-Z, 1957-1975
7 Rental apartment, 1966-1976



Audrey Wood Papers--Index of Correspondents

Names in bold appear in the RLIN record.

Audrey Wood - letters received:

  • 37 Theatre Club--4.7
  • ACTAC, Ltd.--4.7
  • AFG Literary Agency--5.14
  • A. M. Heath & Company--4.8
  • AS Bookman--10.1, 10.4, 18.4
  • Abbey Players--4.5
  • Abramson, Charles H.--10.9, 31.9
  • Ackerman, Floyd F.--10.6, 19.1
  • Actors' Center (Firm)--7.1
  • Actors' Fund of America--47.6
  • Actors Theatre of Louisville--47.6
  • Adams, Charles--6.4, 10.1
  • Adelphi University--18.4
  • Adler, Buddy, 1906-1960--11.1
  • Agency Hoffman--5.3
  • Aiken, Conrad, 1889-1973--27.1
  • Albert Bonniers forlag--6.2, 12.8, 13.5
  • Albery, Donald--10.1, 12.11, 18.12
  • Almat Publishing--13.5
  • American Academy of Arts and Letters--6.2
  • American Club Theatre (Paris)--5.3
  • American Literary Exchange--12.8
  • American National Theatre and Academy--13.5
  • American Students' and Artists' Center of Paris--13.5
  • American University--30.9
  • Anderson, Robert--1.2
  • Anderson, Vincent Walter--5.7
  • Andreadi, Katerina--5.5
  • Arab, Arthur--5.8
  • Arena Theatre--14.1
  • Arnow, Maxwell--12.4
  • Arts Theatre Club (London, England)--10.1-2, 12.11
  • Ashley, Alfred--59.1
  • Aslo Theater--24.4
  • Association of the United States Army--5.8
  • Aster, Richard--18.11
  • Atheneum (New York, N.Y.)--34.4
  • Atkinson, Brooks, 1894- --27.1
  • Aurian, Mark--11.1
  • Austin, A. E.--5.1
  • Authors' League of America--5.7
  • Awe, Jim--19.1
  • Baez, Onix--5.13
  • Bailey, Mary Lynn--6.2
  • Baker, Mary--12.1
  • Ballard, Luciala--10.8
  • Ballet Theatre Foundation--13.5
  • Banks, Gene--7.1
  • Bantam Books (Firm)--13.7
  • Barr, Richard--9.6
  • Barry, Cecil A.--4.7
  • Barton, Richard--5.8
  • Bartsch, Hans--5.4
  • Baskin, Thomas--18.11
  • Baxter, Anne--18.7
  • Beach, Denny--5.7, 5.10
  • Beaumont, Hugh, 1908-1976--1.13, 4.5-7, 7.5, 10.2-3, 11.2, 11.17, 13.4, 18.4, 18.11, 18.13, 19.1
  • Beck, Julian--7.1
  • Belgian Information Center (New York, N.Y.)--11.1
  • Bellarmine Players--6.7
  • Benatzky, Ralph, 1884-1957--5.14
  • Benjamin, Herman A.--46.3
  • Berghof, Herbert--6.2
  • Bergman, Daniel--39.1, 59.5-8, 60.2
  • Bergman, Rudolph--47.2-3
  • Bernard Frechtman (Firm)--5.4
  • Bernheim, Alain--1.7, 10.1
  • Bernheim, Kurt--10.1
  • Bismark-Mandan Community Theatre--18.4
  • Blackburn, Aubrey--2.9, 4.5-6, 7.1, 18.3, 12.2, 12.11-12
  • Blackman, Sidney--18.11
  • Blando, Phil--11.1
  • Blassingame, W. D.--10.3
  • Blaustein, Julian--10.1
  • Blumenstock, Mort--10.9
  • Bohen, Tom--7.1
  • Bompiani (Firm)--13.5
  • Book Club of London--4.7, 5.11
  • Boston Young Men's Christian Association--10.6
  • Botha, Munnik & Lindsay--5.11
  • Bowden, Charles--9.6
  • Bowles, Paul, 1910- --7.5, 10.9
  • Boyesen, Hjalmar H.--5.1
  • Brandeis University--6.2
  • Brandt & Brandt--4.7, 5.3
  • Brandt, Carol--8.2
  • Brandt, George W.--10.4
  • Brecht, Bertolt, 1898-1956--1.5
  • Breen, Robert--11.17
  • Brennan, Tom--7.1-2
  • Brenner, ?--7.5
  • Bridge Bay Summer Theatre--10.4
  • Bridge, Peter--7.4
  • Brisson, Frederick--18.5
  • Bristol W.E.A. Players--4.7
  • British Broadcasting Corporation--4.5
  • British Drama League--11.17
  • Brook, Peter--9.12, 18.13
  • Brown, Andreas--7.5, 7.7
  • Brown, Gilmore--6.2, 18.8
  • Brown, Harry Joe--7.2
  • Brown, Katherine--10.9
  • Bucknell University--10.3
  • Burch, Ruth--18.8
  • Burch, Violet M.--18.8
  • Byram, John--8.2, 18.6
  • CBS, Inc.--6.2
  • Capron, Carol--13.5
  • Carlsen, Finn--10.2, 10.4
  • Carlton, Rex--5.11
  • Carr, Alan--7.11, 18.11
  • Case, ?--32.4
  • Cassel, Sid--18.4
  • Centro Mexicano de Escritores--12.11
  • Cerf, Bettina--9.11
  • Chapman, John--10.1
  • Chapman, Sydney--18.8, 27.1, 32.1
  • Chapter, Sonia K.--10.2
  • Charles Bowden Productions--7.7
  • Charles E. Tuttle Company--7.1
  • Chasin, ?--10.1
  • Chodorov, Jerome--32.1
  • Christopher Mann Management, Ltd.--4.5, 4.7
  • Circle in the Square (Theatre)--48.2
  • Cisney, Marcella--18.8
  • Clark, Anna Wibberley--4.5
  • Clark, Barrett Harper, 1890-1953--18.7
  • Clark, Maurice--18.6
  • Clark, Olin H.--7.5-6, 10.4, 18.11, 18.13
  • Cleveland Play House (Ohio)--48.2
  • Clurman, Harold, 1901- --12.10
  • Cochran, Charles Blake, Sir, 1872?-1951--5.1
  • Coe, Fred--7.4, 7.7
  • Coen, Fabio--5.7
  • Cohan, Harriet--10.1
  • Cohen, Elizabeth--5.14
  • Colin, Saul--10.1
  • Collins, Alan C.--8.2, 9.1
  • Colton, Edward E.--1.7, 4.8, 5.2-4, 5.9, 6.2-3, 6.6, 7.2, 7.7-8, 8.1-2, 9.6, 9.11, 10.1-2, 10.4, 10.9, 11.1, 11.19, 12.1-2, 13.5, 18.4, 18.11-13, 30.5, 33.4, 46.3-4, 46.6, 48.2, 58.1
  • Commins, Saxe--10.9
  • Committee for Free Asia--2.9, 5.8
  • Company of Four Lyric Theatre--4.5, 4.7
  • Connecticut. Tax Dept.--59.3
  • Connecticut. Welfare Dept.--36.7
  • Cooper, Neil--18.13
  • Cosmopolitan--6.2
  • Cowles, Chandler--6.10
  • Crawford, Cheryl--5.7, 6.2, 6.4, 7.2, 7.5, 9.2, 11.9, 12.4, 12.10, 18.11-13
  • Creekmore, Hubert, 1907-1966--8.1
  • Cronyn, Hume--5.4, 8.2, 11.17
  • Crown Publishers--4.7
  • Curran, Homer--5.1
  • Curtis Brown, Ltd.--4.5, 4.7-8, 6.2-3, 11.1, 11.14
  • Cushingham, Jody--48.2
  • Dalrymple, Jean--11.1
  • Danielewski, Ted--7.5-6
  • Darters, Ltd.--5.11
  • Dassin, Jules, 1911- --10.1
  • Daubney, Peter--5.1
  • David J. Green & Company--46.2
  • Davies, Daniel C.--4.7
  • Davies, Jack--9.6
  • Davis, Donald--10.3
  • De Rochemont, Louis, 1899-1978--7.3, 7.7
  • Deane, Charles--13.11
  • Detroit Athletic Club News--18.13
  • Dietz, Lucinda--10.2
  • Dingee, Diane--10.2
  • Dodd, Mead & Company--8.5, 11.17
  • Dommiss, Hermien--5.11
  • Donahue, Francis, 1917- --7.1-2, 18.12
  • Dorfman, Nat Noah, 1894- --6.2
  • Doubleday & Company, Inc.--34.4
  • Doucet, Catherine, 1875-1958--18.11
  • Dougherty, Andrew A.--36.7
  • Dowling, Eddie--7.7, 10.9, 32.1
  • Downes, Donald--5.6
  • Downing, Bob--4.5
  • Dozier, William--8.2
  • Dramatist Guild--4.7, 5.2, 6.2, 6.4, 10.6, 12.1, 18.6, 18.12, 48.3
  • Dramatists Play Service (New York, N.Y.)--4.5, 4.7, 5.1, 5.9, 5.11-12, 7.1, 7.4, 7.7, 8.1, 10.3-4, 10.6, 10.9, 11.1, 12.1, 13.5, 18.13, 19.1
  • Duhamel, Marcel--5.13
  • Dunfee-Clarke (Firm)--18.8
  • Dungjersky, Maya Dimitrievich--10.1
  • Dunphy, Jack--27.1
  • Duran, Adrienne--18.11
  • Eade, Peter--12.11
  • East Ham Theatre (London)--11.1
  • Eastman, Lee V.--11.19
  • Ebony Showcase Theatre--13.5
  • Editions Bernard Grasset--12.8
  • Editorial Losada--5.12
  • Elek Books, Ltd.--10.1
  • Eley, Robert--18.8
  • Ellinger, Suzelle--5.12
  • Elliot, Eric--4.7, 5.4
  • Ellis, Mary--4.7
  • Ellis, Michael--13.5
  • Elmes, Guy--13.5
  • Em. Queridos Vitgeversmij N.V. (Amsterdam)--12.8
  • Embassy Theatre (London, England)--4.7
  • English Theatre Guild--4.7
  • Epstein, Jerry, 1927- --18.7
  • Erdman, Joseph--48.6
  • Erickson, Rod--18.12
  • Erith Theatre Guild--6.2
  • Esquire, Inc.--7.3, 7.6, 12.4
  • Fabio Coen Literary Agency--11.1, 13.5
  • Fadiman, William--7.5
  • Fairfield University--30.9
  • Falcon Press (London, England)--4.8
  • Farmer, Mary Virginia--11.17
  • Farrar & Rinehart--11.17
  • Fedder, Norman J.--7.1
  • Feldman, Charles K., 1904-1968--10.9, 11.1, 13.4, 13.5
  • Feldusen, Vivian--48, 5
  • Ferber, Edna, 1887-1968--27.1
  • Ferdinand Schoningh Verlagsbuchhandlung--11.1
  • Fernbach, John R.--6.7, 7.1, 13.5, 18.12
  • Ferrer, Mel--18.5, 18.8
  • Fichandler, Zelda--32.1
  • Fields, William--10.1, 10.3, 11.19
  • Fischer Bucherei--13.3
  • Fitelson, H. William, 1905- --4.7, 8.2, 18.8
  • Fleisher, Sidney R.--8.2, 10.9
  • Florida Development Commission--24.4
  • Florida State University--30.8, 37.6
  • Folster, George Thomas--2.9, 5.4, 5.8
  • Food and Agriculture Organization of the United States--5.13
  • Ford, Helen--11.1, 18.3
  • Frank, Elizabeth--5.14
  • Franklin Book Programs, Inc.--11.1
  • Franzblau, Abraham Norman, 1901- --32.1
  • Frechtman, Bernard--6.2
  • Fred Miller Theatre--10.3
  • Fredericks, Nancy--48.1
  • Freedman, Paul W.--5.4
  • French, Samuel--5.11, 18.8
  • Fromkes, Harry--18.11
  • Fryer, Robert--18.11
  • G. Schirmer, Inc.--6.2
  • Gallantz, George G.--6.7, 10.4, 10.6, 12.2., 12.12, 18.11-13
  • Gang, Martin--10.9
  • Garcia, Mario--5.13
  • Gassner, John, 1903-1967--6.2
  • Gazzo, Mike--1.9
  • Gerstad, John--11.19
  • Gibbs, Linda--11.1
  • Gielgud, John Sir, 1904- --27.1
  • Gillen, Leon--27.4
  • Gillmore, Florence--48.6
  • Glass, Eric--4.7, 18.8
  • Glenville, Peter, 1913-1996--4.7
  • Glynne, Derek J.--4.7
  • Goldberg, Dan--9.11
  • Goldblatt, Aaron, 1897- --11.19
  • Golden, Joseph--47.2
  • Goldman, Milton--10.9
  • Goncalves, Maria Gabriela--13.5
  • Gordon, William--18.11
  • Gorney, Roderic, 1924- --32.1
  • Gotbetter, Howard--12.7
  • Gottlieb, Morton--30.5, 53.4, 53.6, 53.11, 54.1
  • Gould, William--5.1
  • Graczyk, Edward--7.8
  • Green Gables Mountain Playhouse--18.8
  • Greene, Elaine--7.1
  • Grona, Eugene van--18.8
  • Gross, S. (Sam)--27.1
  • Guarini, Alfredo, 1901-1981--5.7
  • Guerrieri, Gerardo--5.7
  • Gyldendal norsk forlag--10.4
  • H. M. Tennent, Ltd.--8.2
  • Hal Wallis Productions, Inc.--12.11
  • Hall, Peter--7.3-4, 7.7, 9.11, 12.1, 12.5
  • Haler, Hazel--32.9
  • Halperin, Michael--10.9
  • Halperin, Wilzen--5.2
  • Hampton Playhouse--13.11
  • Harcourt Brace & Company--6.2
  • Harding, Ann, 1902-1981--19.1
  • Harmon, Lewis--18.12
  • Harper's bazaar--5.4, 11.13-14
  • Harris, Joe--12.4
  • Harrison, Michael--7.4
  • Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center--34.4, 37.7
  • Hayes, Helen, 1900- --4.5, 4.7, 10.8-9
  • Hayward, Leland--10.9, 11.19
  • Hazen, Joseph P.--6.4, 7.4, 12.1, 12.11, 18.4
  • Hellmer, Kurt--13.5
  • Henderson, Robert--10.2
  • Henry, Edward F.--7.1
  • Hepburn, Katherine, 1909- --18.5
  • Herbert, Dorothy--6.2
  • Hewes, Henry--7.4, 32.1
  • Heyward, Dorothy, 1890-1961--2.5
  • Heyward, DuBose, 1885-1940--2.5
  • Heyward, Jenifer--32.1
  • Hingle, Pat--32.1
  • Hogston, A. E.--4.7
  • Holman, Russell--8.2
  • Holt, Jenny--5.3
  • Hope, Gordon B.--48.7
  • Horch, Franz J.--6.2
  • Horizon-American Pictures--12.1
  • Horner, Harry--12.8
  • House of El Dieff, Inc.--7.7, 37.7, 48.7
  • Howell, Miriam--8.2, 11.1
  • Hughes, Eleanor--12.1
  • Huguenet, Andre--5.11
  • Hulter, Robert W.--10.6
  • Hussain, Fakhir--7.1, 11.1
  • Hyzer, Leland--8.3
  • Illsley-McCabe Productions--4.7
  • Inge, William--2.9-10
  • Institute, The (Rensselaerville, N.Y.)--30.9
  • Institute of International Education (New York, N.Y.)--5.8
  • Intercontinental Theatre Arts Bureau--9.1
  • International Bureau voo Auteursrecht N. V. (Amsterdam)--6.3
  • International Theatre Group--4.7, 5.4
  • International Theatre Institute of the United States--48.8
  • International Famous Agency--7.8, 30.5
  • Irene M. Selznick Company--14.2, 18.13
  • Irving Trust Company--59.1
  • J. C. Williamson Theatres--14.2, 15.3
  • Jackson, Charles--10.6
  • Jacobson, Sol--18.11
  • Janes, Jose--5.13
  • Javits, Benjamin A. (Benjamin Abraham), 1894-1973--32.1
  • Javits, Jacob K. (Jacob Koppel), 1904-1986--7.5
  • Jeter, Margaret--6.7
  • Jewett, Judy--11.1
  • Johansen, Elias--5.10
  • Johnston, Albert--11.19
  • Jones, Margo--18.6-8
  • Jones, Robert Edmond, 1887-1954--2.12, 8.12
  • Jurow, Martin--7.2, 10.4, 11.19, 12.1-2, 18.13
  • KPFA (Radio station : Berkeley, Calif.)--12.1
  • Kaiser, Albert A.--30.1
  • Kalem, Ted--7.7
  • Kanion, Garson, 1912- --32.1
  • Karlweis, Nino Tallon--5.3, 10.2, 11.1
  • Kastner, ?--7.1
  • Katsalas, Milton--9.11
  • Katz, Alfred--5.11
  • Kaufman, Howard--8.3
  • Kaufman, Wolfe--9.11
  • Kaun, Karlos--5.5
  • Kazan, Elia--6.2, 6.4, 7.9, 9.3, 9.8, 9.12, 10.2, 10.9, 12.10, 13.6, 18.11, 27.1, 32.1
  • Keathly, George--18.11
  • Keats, Viola--5.4
  • Kerr, Walter--27.1
  • Killin, Richard--10.1
  • Kilty, Jerome--7.5
  • Kirk, Claude R., 1926- --24.4
  • Kitamura, Kihachi--5.8
  • Klan, William F. X.--48.7
  • Klein, Arthur--4.5, 5.9
  • Kobe-shi Gaikokugo Daigaku--18.4
  • Kohner, Paul--18.11
  • Kook, Edward F.--30.7
  • Kopit, Arthur L.--3.3
  • Kozlenko, William, 1908- --8.5
  • Krakeur, Richard--10.1
  • Kramer, Andres de--5.13, 7.2
  • Kramer, Jay D.--31.7, 46.2-4, 48.2
  • Kruse, Venita W.--13.5
  • Kubbenga, W.--2.9
  • LHD Productions (Birmingham, England)--6.2
  • La Jolla Playhouse --13.10
  • Laguna Summer Playhouse--18.8
  • Lake Whalom Playhouse--13.10
  • Lang, Werner G.--13.5
  • Langer, Lawrence L.--4.6, 6.2, 11.19, 18.7
  • Langer, Philip--9.6
  • Lantz, Robert--7.5
  • Lasky, Floria V.--7.1, 9.8, 10.1
  • Laughlin, James, 1914- --6.5, 7.1-5, 7.7, 8.1, 8.4, 10.1, 11.13, 11.19, 12.11, 13.7, 18.11-13, 32.1
  • Lawrence, Peter--11.1
  • Leavy, Morton L.--4.5, 4.7, 5.7-8, 5.11, 5.13, 6.2, 9.6, 9.8, 10.2-4, 12.1, 12.11, 13.5, 13.7, 18.4
  • Lefkowitz, Julius--11.19, 13.5, 18.11
  • Lehmann, John--4.5, 4.8, 11.14, 11.17
  • Leider, Jerry--7.1
  • Leigh, W. Colston--7.1, 8.3
  • Lengyel, Liddy Ann--12.8
  • Levine, Robert A.--36.7
  • Levy, Bernard--8.3, 11.19
  • Lewenstein, Oscar, 1917- --7.5-6, 19.1
  • Lewis, David--4.7
  • Lewis, Russell--18.7
  • Library & Museum of the Performing Arts--48.11
  • Library of Congress--7.7
  • Lido, Fleming--7.1
  • Liebling, Al--27.5
  • Liebling, William--33.1
  • Liebman, Max--11.19
  • Lieder, Jerry--10.6, 12.4
  • Life--9.8
  • Lindsay, Howard, 1889-1968--5.8
  • Lippman, Gustave (Mrs.)--6.2
  • Livros du Brasil Limitada--6.10
  • Lockett, Loris--10.3
  • Lodge, John Davis, 1903-1985--7.2, 19.1
  • Loewen, Jan van--4.7, 5.3, 6.1
  • Logan, Joshua--32.1
  • London Theatre Company--5.4
  • Look--7.7, 9.8
  • Loos, Anita, 1894-1981--32.1
  • Luce, Claire Boothe, 1903-1987--18.11-12
  • Ludman, Edward--19.2
  • Lundbergh, Holger--5.10, 18.12
  • MCA, Inc.--33.4
  • MacGregor, Robert--5.8, 5.13, 7.1, 7.3, 7.5, 7.7, 7.9, 8.4, 9.8, 10.2, 10.4, 10.6, 11.14, 11.19, 12.1, 12.4, 12.11, 13.5, 18.12
  • Machiz, Herbert--7.4, 7.7, 12.1
  • MacKenna, Kenneth, 1899-1962--10.4
  • Magnani, Anna--11.19
  • Mankelow, Charles A.--4.7
  • Mankiewicz, Joseph L.--11.19
  • Mann, Theodore--7.2
  • Manolidou, Vasso--13.4
  • Marcus, Frank--32.1
  • Marlin, Max--7.6
  • Martello, Aldo--12.11
  • Maxwell, Gilbert--7.5
  • Mayer, Harry--12.4
  • Mayer, Lyle Vernon, 1916- --13.5
  • Maynes, Robert A.--46.6
  • Mayorga, Margaret--6.2
  • McClintic, Guthrie, 1893-1961--8.5
  • McConnell, Frederic Charles--14.1
  • McCormick, Ken--7.1
  • McCullers, Carson--7.1
  • McDaniels, John--13.5
  • McHugh, Frank, 1899-1981--24.4
  • Melniker, Benjamin--18.12
  • Melton, Paul--7.1
  • Mendez Herrera, Jose--5.13
  • Meredith, Burgess, 1908- --10.9
  • Merrick, David, 1911- --9.1
  • Mesa, Diego de--5.9
  • Messinger, Lillie--4.5, 4.7, 6.2, 8.2
  • Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer--6.7
  • Mexico City Players--5.9
  • Michael Joseph, Ltd.--4.8
  • Michael Sean O'Shea Associates--12.8
  • Middlesbrough Little Theatre--4.7
  • Mielziner, Jo, 1901- --9.12, 10.9, 11.19, 18.12, 27.1, 48.11
  • Miller, Gilbert--27.1
  • Millsaps Players--12.1
  • Miranda, Isa, 1905- --5.7
  • Mirisch, Harold--7.1
  • Misr Bookshop--10.4
  • Miss America Pageant--11.1
  • Missouri State Hospital No. 4--9.1
  • Mittler, Leo--10.1
  • Mondadori Publishing--5.7, 9.11, 12.11
  • Montalban, Ricardo--9.6
  • Montes Agudo, Gumersindo--12.11
  • Montgomery, Robert H.--10.3, 11.19
  • Morris, Maynard--10.2
  • Morrison, Hobe--48.11
  • Moscrop, Thelma--9.11
  • Mountain Playhouse--11.3
  • Mullen, Frank J.--8.2
  • Murphy, Carmita A.--10.4
  • Murphy, Rosemary--13.5
  • Murray, Natalia Danesi--2.9, 5.7, 6.3, 9.11, 10.2-4, 11.19, 12.1, 12.11, 32.1
  • Narumi, Hiroshi, 1917- --2.9, 5.8
  • Nashville Tennessean--9.8
  • National Association for the Advancement of Colored People--13.4, 36.7
  • National Broadcasting Corporation--11.1, 11.17, 11.19
  • National City Bank of New York--5.10, 5.13
  • National Jewish Welfare Board--18.13
  • National Scheme for Disabled Men (England)--4.6
  • Nelson, Benjamin--7.5
  • Neuberg, Ethel B.--8.1, 48.12
  • New American Library of World Literature, Inc.--10.6, 12.1, 12.11, 13.4, 13.7, 18.4
  • New American Theatre (N.Y.)--10.4
  • New College (Sarasota, Fla.)--37.6
  • New Horizons Theatre--6.2, 18.7
  • New Jersey State Teachers College (Glassboro, N. J.)--6.2, 11.1
  • New York Association for the Blind--18.4, 18.8
  • New York Public Library--18.12
  • New York (State). Dept. of Taxation and Finance--60.2
  • New York Times--6.2, 6.5
  • New Yorker--11.14
  • Newman, Paul, 1925- --6.8
  • Newport Casino Theatre--13.10
  • Newton, William, J.--6.2
  • Nizer, Louis, 1902- --32.1
  • Norsk Rikskringkasting--6.2
  • North Repertory Club--9.8
  • Norton, Samuel P.--10.9
  • Notkins, Ruth--10.1
  • Nuova Accademia Editrice--12.11
  • Nutkins, George--4.7
  • O'Connell, Janice--10.2
  • One-Act Play Publications--11.17
  • Organisacao-Roulien (Firm)--5.12
  • Originals Only Playhouse (N.Y.)--13.5
  • Orleans Arena Theatre--12.1
  • Osuna, Jess--11.19
  • Pacific Theatre Foundation--10.4
  • Packer, A. William--12.11, 13.5
  • Padula, Edward--18.11
  • Palm Beach Playhouse--11.1
  • Paradise Company--13.5
  • Paramount Pictures--6.2
  • Partisan Review--11.13
  • Pavetti, Sally--32.1
  • Paxinou, Katina, 1900-1973--12.10
  • Pearn, Pollinger & Higham, Ltd.--4.8
  • Pendleton, Ralph--27.4, 30.8, 38.1
  • Pennsylvania College for Women--11.1
  • Pennsylvania State University--6.7, 13.5
  • Perlberg, William, 1899-1969--12.1
  • Perry, John--4.7, 18.3
  • Peterson, Bobbi--32.9
  • Pfeffer, Max--5.4, 5.13
  • Phillips, Owen--7.2, 10.6, 12.1, 12.4, 18.4
  • Phillips, Sidney--6.6, 18.11
  • Phillips-Matz, Mary Jane--37.5
  • Pilpel, Harriet F.--18.13
  • Pincus, Arthur--11.1
  • Pix, Inc.--18.11
  • Play of the Month Guild--11.14, 11.19
  • Playhouse (Laguna Beach, Calif.)--6.2
  • Playwrights Company--10.1, 13.4
  • Pocket Books--13.7
  • Preminger, Ingo--12.8
  • Price, George--60.7
  • Prideaux, Tom--32.1
  • Pumphrey, Byron--10.6
  • Quinn, Anthony, 1915- --7.7
  • R. E. Olds Company--9.12
  • RKO Radio Pictures--8.2
  • Rab, Phyllis--7.2
  • Rabinowitz, Aaron--32.1
  • Radio Free Europe--11.1
  • Random House--11.3, 11.14, 13.5
  • Rapper, Irving, b. 1898--10.9
  • Recotape (Firm)--9.6
  • Reese, Dorothy--11.1
  • Reihe Kaleidoskop--58.2
  • Reinheimer, Howard E.--4.5, 4.7
  • Reiss, Kurt--5.14
  • Revue Productions, Inc.--12.8
  • Ribeiro, Jose Correia--5.4
  • Rice, Elmer--6.2
  • Ricordi (Firm)--12.2
  • Riggs Drama Group--11.1
  • Roberts, Janet--9.3
  • Roberts, Jeffrey--4.7
  • Robinson, Hubbel--11.1
  • Robinson, Thomas J.--10.2, 18.11, 18.12
  • Robles, Esther--10.1
  • Rocamora, Wynn--18.12
  • Rockland County Playhouse (N.Y.)--10.4
  • Rogers, Pieter--7.5
  • Roland, Gene--27.1
  • Romero, Marcos--10.3
  • Rose, Billy--27.1
  • Ross, Raymond--36.7
  • Rothschild, Andre--7.5
  • Rowland, Toby--9.11, 10.2, 10.6, 12.11
  • Rubber, Viola--6.10, 10.6, 12.2
  • Rumsey, John W.--4.7, 5.13, 5.14, 6.1
  • Rush, Richard--7.3
  • S. Fischer Verlag--58.2
  • S. Lattes & C. Editori--7.1
  • Sabinson, Harvey--7.2
  • Saddler, Donald--6.2
  • Sadoff, Fredd, 1926--18.11-12
  • Salwitz, Hardy--9.11
  • Samrock, Victor--10.1-3, 18.11
  • Samuel French, Ltd.--4.5-7
  • San Francisco's Municipal Theatre--18.8
  • Sands Point Apartments (Fla.)--30.1
  • Sano, Seki, 1905-1966--5.9
  • Sarasota Art Gallery (Fla.)--30.1
  • Sargent, Al--9.8
  • Savage, Alan--5.4
  • Savage, George--7.1
  • Schach, Leonard L.--5.11, 10.2
  • Schauffler, Elizabeth--4.6, 8.1
  • Schenker, Joel W.--27.1
  • Schmidt, Lars, 1917- --2.9, 5.10, 7.4, 9.11, 10.1-4, 10.6, 11.1, 11.19, 12.2, 12.10, 18.12, 19.1
  • Schneider, Irving--4.5, 8.2, 13.5
  • Schnitzer, Robert C.--7.3, 7.5
  • Schoenfield, Eli D.--48.19
  • Schorer, Lilie--27.5
  • Schrier, Morris--10.1
  • Schultz, Barbara--1.13
  • Schwartz, Alan U.--7.6, 7.7, 12.5, 32.1, 37.7
  • Schwartz, Samuel H.--4.3
  • Schwimmer, Alden--12.1
  • Seaton, George, 1911- --9.12
  • Seidman, J. S. (Jacob Stewart), 1900- --60.2
  • Selznick, Daniel Mayer--32.1
  • Selznick, David O., 1902-1965--8.2
  • Selznick, Irene Mayer, 1907- --4.5, 4.8, 6.2, 13.5-6, 13.8, 32.1, 53.10
  • Shady Lane Playhouse--13.10
  • Shaw, Harold--6.2
  • Shepherd, Richard A., 1927- --12.1-2, 18.13
  • Sherek, Henry--18.3
  • Short, Bob--13.5
  • Shubert, John--18.7
  • Silby, Reginald Mills--5.12
  • Silva, Albert da--7.7
  • Silverstone, Jonas T.--18.4, 18.6
  • Singer, Louis J.--4.6, 5.2, 8.2, 10.9
  • Slate, Jeremy--19.2
  • Smith, Bernard--8.2
  • Smith, H. Gilbert--10.1
  • Smith, Hardy William--4.7
  • Smith, Lawrence--2.9, 5.4, 5.12, 7.1, 9.8, 10.3-4, 12.8
  • Sociedad General de Autores de Espana--5.13
  • Sociedad General de Autores de Mexico--5.9
  • Societa Italiana Degli Autori ed Editori--5.7
  • Society of Authors' Representatives--5.5, 5.7, 5.12, 57.6
  • Sokolov, Harry E.--11.1
  • Solomos, Alexes, 1918- --5.5
  • Soumen, Nayttamoiden Litto--12.8
  • Southern California Theatre Guild--18.13
  • Spa Summer Theatre (N.Y.)--13.10
  • Spencer, James--18.7
  • Spiegel, Sam--10.6, 12.1
  • Spoken Arts, Inc.--13.5
  • Stagg, Carolyn Willyoung--8.2
  • Stainton, Laura--4.7, 5.4
  • Stanford University--37.6
  • Stark, Ray--7.4-5, 18.5, 27.1
  • State University of New York at Albany--30.9
  • Steadman, Wes--18.8
  • Stern, Stewart--12.1
  • Stichting tot Exploitatie en Bescherming van Auteursrechten--6.3, 11.1
  • Stillman, David B.--7.7
  • Stony Lodge Hospital--8.3
  • Story--11.14
  • Stout, Carolyn--13.5
  • Strakosch, Carl--5.10, 11.1
  • Stutzman, Ralph W.--18.13
  • Sudbury Little Theatre Guild--7.1
  • Svenska Teaterklubben--5.10
  • Sykes, Buffie Johnson--9.1
  • Syracuse University--18.8
  • Tabor, Ida W.--7.1
  • Tajima, Hiroshi--5.4, 5.8, 10.4, 11.1, 11.19
  • Tarin-Iglesias, Manuel--5.13
  • Taylor, Laurette, 1884-1946--10.8
  • Taylor, Robert E.--18.13
  • Teatro de Camara--5.13
  • Theatre Arts Magazine--5.3, 10.1, 10.3, 11.17
  • Theatre for America Company--10.4
  • Theatre Go Round--13.10
  • Theatre Guild American Repertory Company--11.1
  • Theatre Incorporated--5.12
  • Theatre Nashville--10.4
  • Theatre Talisman--4.7
  • Thomas Sessler Verlag--9.8
  • Thurber, James, 1894-1961--27.1
  • Thurgood, Patricia--6.7
  • Tolnay, Lea Danesi--6.10, 7.4
  • Town and Country--6.2, 11.13
  • Traube, Shepard, 1907- --11.1, 18.11
  • Tsamados, Jean--5.5
  • Tuttle, Day--10.4
  • Tuttle, Grace E.--9.11, 18.4
  • Tynan, Kenneth--10.1
  • Ullman, James R.--27.1
  • United Artists Records--6.7
  • United Press International--7.7
  • United Scenic Artists--10.6
  • United States. Dept. of State--2.9, 5.4, 5.9, 5.12-13
  • United States. Dept. of the Army--5.8
  • United States. Embassy (Spain)--5.13
  • United States Information Agency--2.9, 5.4, 11.1, 18.4
  • United States. Internal Revenue Service--59.6-7
  • United States. Social Security Administration--36.7
  • Universal Cabaret Theatre Company--13.5
  • Universitas Agencia Literaria Ibero-Americana--5.13
  • University of Arizona--37.6
  • University of Bridgeport--48.18
  • University of Chicago--6.2
  • University of Iowa Alumni Association (N.Y.)--6.2, 7.1
  • University of Mississippi. Library--7.7
  • University of Oregon--37.6
  • University of Pennsylvania--6.2
  • University of Wisconsin--7.7, 11.1
  • Valency, Maurice Jacques, 1903- --10.1
  • Variety--12.11
  • Verenging van Arbeiders Radio Amateurs--6.3
  • Vilan, Demetrios--18.11
  • Voskovec, George--5.3
  • Wald, Jerry, 1911-1962--1.7, 6.4, 10.9, 12.10, 18.5
  • Wallach, Eli, 1915- --12.11
  • Waller, Jack--4.7
  • Wallis, Hal B., 1899- --12.11, 18.4
  • Wanamaker, Sam, 1919- --4.5, 4.7, 10.7, 12.1, 12.11, 12.12
  • Warburg, Fredric J.--2.9, 6.3, 7.3, 9.8, 10.1, 10.4, 11.14
  • Warner Bros.--5.8
  • Warner, Jack--11.19
  • Warren, Brett--18.8
  • Wasserman, Lew R.--1.2, 10.1, 11.19, 18.8
  • Watson, Graham--4.8, 6.3, 7.6-7, 9.1, 9.8, 10.1-4, 10.6, 11.1, 11.14, 12.1, 12.8, 12.11, 13.5, 18.12
  • We The People (N.Y.)--6.2
  • Weinberg, Herman G.--9.8
  • Weiner, Lawrence--11.19
  • Weiner, Robert--12.4
  • Weinstein, Henry--12.7
  • Weiss, Seymour--18.12
  • Weissberg, Franklin R.--1.9
  • Weissberger, L. Arnold, 1907-1981--10.1, 10.6, 13.5
  • Wells, Malcolm--10.4
  • Wesleyan University (Middletown, Conn.)--30.8, 38.1
  • Westchester Rockland Newspapers, Inc.--27.4
  • Western Printing and Lithographing Company--8.1, 11.1
  • Westheim Travel Service--6.2
  • Weston, Margery--5.11
  • Westport (Conn. : Town)--60.3, 60.6
  • Weybright, Victor, b. 1903--9.8, 10.1-2, 10.4
  • White, George C.--27.4, 30.8
  • Whitehead, Robert--11.19, 12.4
  • Wier, Ronnie--6.7
  • Wieth, Mogens--12.11
  • Wilcox, Collin--12.5
  • Wilk, Jacob--10.9
  • William Heinemann, Ltd.--4.7, 4.8
  • Williams, Cornelius Coffin--8.2
  • Williams, Dakin--7.6, 8.3, 11.1, 11.9, 18.13
  • Williams, Edwina Dakin--8.2-3, 11.19, 27.1
  • Williams, Tennessee--5.7, 6.2, 6.4, 6.8, 6.10, 7.1, 7.7, 7.9, 8.2-5, 9.1-3, 9.12, 10.6, 10.9, 11.1, 11.15, 11.19, 12.1-2, 12.10, 13.4-5, 18.7, 18.11
  • Williams, William Carlos, 1883-1963--27.1
  • Wilson, Elizabeth--18.11
  • Wilson, John C.--6.8
  • Winters, Shelly--12.11
  • Wolhandler, Joseph--9.8
  • Woodul, James R.--5.9
  • Writers Guild of America--13.5
  • Yabe, Ryosaku, 1893-1973--5.8
  • Yale University Dramatic Association--18.11
  • Yale University. Festival of Undergraduate Drama--30.9
  • Yokel, Alex--5.2
  • Yorke, John--18.11
  • Youngstein, Max E.--10.1
  • Zatz, Asa--5.9
  • Zelenko, Norman--10.1
  • Zevin, Harry--11.1
  • Zimmer, Joseph--10.6
  • Zolotow, Sam--32.1

William Liebling - letters received:

  • Actors' Equity Association--9.12, 31.1
  • Anderson, Maxwell, 1888-1959--3.9
  • Atkinson, Carol--31.1
  • Aygarn, Vida--1.13
  • Brando, Marlon, Sr.--34.8
  • Brecher, Irving--31.6
  • Breen, Robert--2.5
  • Brown, Gilmore--6.2
  • Brown, Katherine--59.7
  • Brown, Phil--4.7
  • Bunch, Ralph J. (Ralph Johnson), 1904-1971--31.4, 31.6
  • Burke, Michael--32.5
  • Cohan, George M. (George Michael), 1878-1942--31.1
  • Colton, Edward E.--3.9, 32.7, 33.4
  • Country Agency (Firm)--60.7
  • Cowell, Thaddeus G.--60.4
  • Crawford, Cheryl, 1902-1986--2.5, 6.2
  • Crouse, Russell, 1893-1966--2.5
  • Cushingham, Jody--31.1
  • Darrid, William--32.5
  • Davis, Bette, 1908- --8.2
  • Degener, Claire--1.7
  • Diserio, Eugene--31.6
  • Donaldson, Ross--31.4
  • Dorchester Productions--32.5
  • Dramatists Guild--1.13
  • Feldman, Charles K., 1904-1968--10.9
  • Felshin, Max, 1895- --34.9
  • Fey, Jared--31.1
  • Florida Development Commission--24.4
  • Freedman, Harold--2.8
  • Funke, Lewis, 1912- --38.4
  • Gallantz, George G.--31.3
  • Gellhorn, Martha, 1908- --1.13
  • Geneen, Harold--31.4
  • Gomme, Laurence--27.4
  • Hazen, Joseph P.--31.1
  • Heyward, Dorothy, 1890-1961--2.5, 34.8
  • Himmelstrup, Uffe--31.4
  • Hingle, Pat--2.8
  • Homes of Westport, Inc.--60.7
  • Horner, Richard--31.10
  • House of El Dieff, Inc.--37.7
  • Humphry, Hubert H. (Hubert Horatio), 1911-1978--31.4
  • Jaffe, Herb--32.5
  • Javits, Benjamin A. (Benjamin Abraham), 1894-1973--31.5
  • Javits, Jacob K. (Jacob Koppel), 1904-1986--31.5
  • Kanin, Garson, 1912- --31.2
  • Kaufman, George S. (George Simon), 1889-1961--31.1
  • Kazan, Elia--1.13, 7.9
  • Kirk, Claude R., 1926- --24.4
  • Lakewood, Inc.--13.11
  • Leavy, Morton L.--1.13
  • Lewis, Robert--31.1
  • Lindsay, Howard, 1889-1968--2.5
  • Loesser, Frank, 1910-1969--31.1
  • Logan, Joshua--1.13, 2.8
  • Los Angeles. Dept. of Public Utilities and Transportation--32.9
  • Lubavitcher Yeshiva (New York, N.Y.)--34.8
  • Maddern, Merle--6.2
  • Massachusetts Bonding and Insurance Company--32.9
  • Messinger, Lillie--3.12
  • Morton, Rogers C. B., 1914- --31.4
  • National Theatre (Washington, DC)--6.2
  • New York (State). Dept. of Taxation and Finance--60.2
  • Norton, Samuel P.--10.9
  • Nye, James G.--60.5
  • Peckham, Ted--31.1
  • Pocono Playhouse (Penn.)--13.11
  • Pollock, Hugo--2.5, 34.8
  • Powell, Lewis--31.4
  • President's Council on Physical Fitness and Sports (U.S.)--31.4
  • Reinheimer, Howard, E.--3.12
  • Riverside Cemetery (Rochelle Park, N.J.)--31.7
  • Robertson, Cliff--31.1
  • Robinson, Hubbell--3.12
  • Rodgers, Richard--31.1
  • Rosenblum, Morris--31.7
  • Rumsey, John W.--2.5
  • Safier, Gloria--18.6
  • Salinger, Pierre--31.4
  • Saroyan, William, 1908- --31.1
  • Schrier, Morris--59.1
  • Schugle, Ray--31.3
  • Schwartz, Alan U.--37.7
  • Seff, Richard--3.12
  • Siegal, Max--31.8
  • Stark, Ray--1.7, 32.5
  • Stevens, Roger L.--31.1
  • Sussan, Herbert--3.12
  • United Nations--31.6
  • United States. Office of the Vice President--31.4
  • United States. Office of the White House--31.4
  • United States. Veterans Administration--31.11
  • Valenti, Jack--31.4
  • Vincent, Frank--8.2
  • Vosper, Margery--1.13
  • Washburn, Walston--3.12
  • Weatherly, Tom--31.1
  • Weiss, Lou--31.1
  • Welch, Mary--18.8
  • Wilk, Howard--31.1
  • Williams, Manny--31.1
  • Winart, Ethel--31.1
  • Wolquitt, Eleanor--31.1
  • Wood, Audrey, 1905- --33.1
  • Wood, Judith--31.1
  • Wood, Peggy, 1892-1978--31.1

Tennessee Williams - letters received:

  • Actors' Equity Association--6.2
  • American Friends of the Biblical Theatre in Jerusalem--7.1
  • American-Korean Foundation--13.5
  • American Library Service--6.2
  • L'Arche--18.4
  • Awards Productions, Inc.--10.6
  • Ayma--5.12
  • Baker, Peter--4.8
  • Beaumont, Hugh, 1908-1976--4.5
  • Becker, William--6.2
  • Berry, Mildred--12.11
  • Berry, Pamela--18.3
  • Brandt, George W.--10.3
  • British Forces Broadcasting Service--5.13
  • Cassard, Frank--11.16
  • Charney, Wolfe R.--6.2
  • Civil Rights Congress (U.S.)--6.2
  • Cochran, Charles Blake, Sir, 1872?-1951--5.1
  • Collins, Ralph--6.2
  • Colton, Edward E.--5.2, 6.5, 6.9, 8.2, 10.9, 11.1, 11.19
  • Columbia University--5.4, 10.1
  • Crawford, Cheryl, 1902-1986--9.4, 11.9, 12.4
  • Cronyn, Hume--13.5
  • Curtis Brown, Ltd.--10.4
  • Cusick, Jack--6.2
  • Deutsches Schauspielhaus--9.11
  • Deutsches Theater (Gottingen, Germany)--5.10
  • Devine, George F., 1915-1999--7.5
  • Doucet, Catherine, 1875-1958--18.6
  • Downes, Donald--5.6
  • Dramatists Guild--6.2
  • Duke University--6.2
  • Elek Books, Ltd.--4.7
  • Engelman, Lois--7.1
  • Feldman, Charles K., 1904-1968--8.2
  • Forverts--18.6
  • Friar, Kimon--5.5
  • Fryer, Robert--18.11
  • Gallantz, George G.--8.3
  • Gallaudet College--13.5
  • Gassner, John, 1903-1967--7.3
  • George Washington Memorial Library (Stutgart, Germany)--6.2
  • Glass, Douglas--5.4
  • Glenville, Peter, 1913-1996--7.1
  • Graczyk, Edward--7.8
  • Green, Drusilla--18.13
  • Hadrian Rehner White Barn Theatre--9.11
  • Hamilton, Gerald--4.7
  • Harcourt Brace and Company--6.2
  • Harper and Brothers--6.2
  • Harvard Film Service--6.2
  • Harvard Law School--11.19
  • Hazen, Joseph P.--8.2
  • Hellman, Lillian, 1906- --8.2
  • Herbert, Dorothy--6.2
  • Holman, Libby--6.2
  • Hudson, Richard--6.2
  • Indiana University. Writers Conference--6.2
  • Jewish Theological Seminary of America--6.2
  • Kazan, Elia--7.9, 9.3
  • Kennedy, John F. (John Fitzgerald), 1917-1963--7.5
  • Kitamura, Kihachi, 1898- --5.8
  • Knickerbocker Village Nursery School--6.2
  • LHD Productions (Birmingham, England)--6.2
  • Langer, Lawrence L.--7.1, 7.5
  • Lawrence, Peter--11.1
  • Lefkowitz, Julius--18.4
  • Lehmann, John--4.7
  • Leigh, Vivien, 1913-1967--4.5
  • Levy, Beatrice--5.8
  • Library of Congress--7.7, 10.1, 11.19
  • Liebling, William--7.9, 9.1, 31.1
  • Lighthouse Players--6.2
  • Little, Brown and Company--6.2
  • Lloyd, Elizabeth--10.3
  • Maccabi Association Dramatic Society--4.7
  • MacGregor, Robert--10.1
  • Manes, Jose Luis--5.13
  • March of Dimes Birth Defects Foundation--6.2
  • Massachusetts Institute of Technology--6.2
  • Mitchell, Bessie--6.2
  • Nakamura, Masao--5.8
  • National Arts Club (New York, N.Y.)--5.4
  • National Association for the Advancement of Colored People--13.4
  • Negro Actors Guild of America--6.2
  • New American Library of World Literature, Inc.--5.4
  • New Dramatists Committee--10.1
  • Norton, Samuel P.--10.9
  • Novo, Salvador--5.9
  • Obolewsky, ?--7.5
  • Ohio Wesleyan University--6.2
  • Olivier, Laurence, 1907- --4.5
  • Pasadena Playhouse--11.17
  • Perry, John--4.5
  • Phelps, Jack--7.2, 8.3
  • Pied Piper Productions--13.5
  • Piscator, ?--18.6
  • Playwrights Producing Company--10.1
  • Poley, Irvin C. (Irvin Carson), 1891-1974--6.2
  • Professional Children's School--6.2
  • Rexroth, Kenneth--6.2
  • Richman, Robert--6.9, 7.7
  • Roberts, Janet--9.3, 12.11, 13.5
  • Roberts, Meade--12.1
  • Rockland Foundation--6.2
  • Sakai, H.--5.8
  • Samrock, Victor--18.11
  • Sano, Fumio--5.13
  • Santa Barbara Repertory Theatre--18.12
  • Schauffler, Elizabeth--9.1
  • Schwartz, Alan U.--7.4
  • Screen Writers' Guild--6.2
  • Seaton, George, 1911- --6.6
  • Selwyn Players--6.2
  • Selznick, Irene M.--8.2, 12.10
  • Sharoff, Luba--18.13
  • Siffert, Raymond--6.2
  • Silvius, Russell E.--6.2
  • Sociedad General de Autores de Espana--11.1
  • Stark, Ray--12.5
  • Studio Playhouse (New Jersey)--6.2
  • Susskind, David, 1920- --7.1
  • Sweet Briar College--6.2
  • Tandy, Jessica--13.6
  • Teatro Brasileiro de Comedia--5.12
  • Thomas, Williams--10.4
  • Thon, Frederick--18.4
  • University of Chicago--6.2
  • University of Michigan--6.2
  • University of Mississippi. Library--7.7
  • University of New Mexico. Dept. of English--8.3
  • University of Oregon--6.2
  • University of Pennsylvania--6.2
  • Variety--9.8
  • WGBH (Television station : Boston, Mass.)--18.13
  • Wallace, Karl Richards, 1905-1973--2.9
  • Warner, Jack--10.9
  • Warren, Virgil A.--5.8
  • Weil, Judith Singer--5.12
  • Wenick, Leigh--6.2
  • Whitehall-Hamilton, Publishers--7.5
  • Whitehead, Robert--11.19
  • William Sloane Associates--6.2
  • Williams, Ella--8.3
  • Wood, Audrey, 1905- 4.7, 5.8, 6.2, 6.4-5, 6.7-8, 7.1-5, 7.7, 7.9, 8.2-5, 9.1-3, 9.12, 10.1, 11.1, 11.9, 11.17, 12.1, 12.5, 12.10-11, 13.4-5, 18.4, 18.8, 18.11, 19.1, 37.5, 57.2-3
  • Writers Guild of America--9.8
  • Yamasaki, Paul Seiichi--5.8
  • Zimmer, Joseph--10.6