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Biographical Sketch

Scope and Contents

Restrictions

Related Material

Separated Material

Administrative Information

Sources:

Description of Series

Series I. Works and Productions, 1944-72 (9 boxes)

Series II. Business Files, 1945-76 (4.5 boxes)

Series III. Personal Papers, 1914-2001 (bulk 1952-93) (26 boxes)

Series IV. Hardy William Smith Materials, 1920-99 (bulk 1943-99) (1.5 boxes)

Series I. Works and Productions, 1944-72

Series II. Business Files, 1945-76

Series III. Personal Papers, 1914-2001

Series IV. Hardy William Smith Materials, 1920-99

Index

University of Texas, Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center

Peter Glenville:

An Inventory of His Papers in the Manuscript Collection at the Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center



Creator: Glenville, Peter, 1913-1996
Title: Peter Glenville Papers
Dates: 1914-2001
Abstract: The Peter Glenville Papers embrace correspondence, business records, address books, appointment books, photographs, clippings, and personal documents. Spanning the years 1914 to 2001, the collection is largely in its original order, with the material in each series arranged alphabetically by original file title.
RLIN Record ID: TXRC 06-A3
Extent: 36 document boxes, 5 oversize boxes, 3 oversize flat files (17 linear feet)
Language: English
Repository: The University of Texas at Austin, Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center

Biographical Sketch

Peter Glenville was born to a noted theatrical family on 28 October 1913 in London. Peter’s parents Shaun Glenville, an Irish-born comedian, and Dorothy Ward were musical theater performers much-loved for their work in that characteristically-British light musical theater genre known as pantomime, panto for short.

After graduation from Stonyhurst College, Peter Glenville attended Christ Church College, Oxford University, where he joined the Oxford University Dramatic Society. In 1934, he became the society’s president and also made his professional stage debut. Over the next several years Glenville was active in the theater and motion pictures as an actor, gradually developing an interest in directing, and leading to his 1944 appointment as director for the Old Vic Company.

After World War II, Glenville met Hardy William Smith (1916-2001). Smith had taken his military discharge from the United States Navy in Britain at the war’s end, intending to pursue a career in the theater there. Glenville and Smith became professional and life partners, with Smith producing and Glenville directing plays for the London stage.

Glenville and Smith soon became active in the theater on both sides of the Atlantic, their 1949 production of The Browning Version being Glenville’s first directorial effort in New York. Notable London and New York productions included The Innocents (1950), Summer and Smoke (1951), Separate Tables (1954),The Prisoner (also 1954), and Hotel Paradiso (1957). A 1955 film version of The Prisoner represented Glenville’s first direction of a motion picture; both versions featured Glenville’s close friend and frequent collaborator Alec Guinness.

After more than a decade of living in London Glenville and Smith moved to New York in 1960 and bought a house at 18 East 68th Street in Manhattan. Through the sixties Peter Glenville was very active in film and theatrical productions in the United States, directing on Broadway Take Me Along (1959-60), Becket (1960), and Dylan (1964), as well as film adaptations of Summer and Smoke (1961), Becket (1964), and Hotel Paradiso (1966). Glenville’s film productions Me and the Colonel (1958) and The Comedians (1967) were not based on earlier Glenville theatrical productions.

Peter Glenville worked on a film version of Man of La Mancha in 1971, but, failing to agree with MGM about the project, he bowed out. Following a Broadway production of Tennessee Williams’s Out Cry (1973) Glenville retired from active theatrical and film work, eventually moving to San Miguel de Allende, Mexico, where he developed a notable colonial estate. Peter Glenville died in New York City on 3 June 1996; Hardy Smith survived him by five years.

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Scope and Contents

The Peter Glenville Papers embrace correspondence, business records, address books, appointment books, photographs, clippings, and personal documents. Spanning the years 1914 to 2001, the collection is largely in its original order, with the material in each series arranged alphabetically by original file title. The subseries of clippings and photographs lacked systematic descriptions and was organized at the Ransom Center.

The papers described herein comprise four series: Series I. Works and Productions, 1944-72 (9 boxes); Series II. Business Files, 1945-76 (4.5 boxes); Series III. Personal Papers, 1914-2001 (26 boxes); and Series IV. Hardy William Smith Materials, 1920-99 (1.5 boxes).

The Works and Productions series includes correspondence, business records, and a few scripts for plays and films, realized or projected, in which Glenville was involved between 1944 and 1972. The materials included are in most cases selective rather than exhaustive, although the files relating to Becket (play and film versions), The Comedians, Dylan, and Hotel Paradiso (both versions) contain a significant amount of correspondence.

The Business Files contain communications from Glenville’s accountants and principal legal representation, along with some general correspondence created during the years 1945-76. A number of scripts not related to any specific project in which Peter Glenville had involved himself are present in the series.

The Personal Papers series is the largest in the Glenville Papers and is broken down into six subseries, documenting various aspects of Peter Glenville’s personal life, avocational interests, household, and career. The subseries are A. Correspondence, B. Financial Files, C. Household Files, D. Personal Records and Related Material, E. Clippings, and F. Photographic Prints and Slides.

The final series, Hardy William Smith Materials, contains a significant amount of personal correspondence for the period from the 1950s to 1999, as well as the business records relating to the house at 18 East 68th Street, and a collection of personal and family photographs covering the years 1920 to 1952.

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Restrictions

Access:

Open for research. Some materials have mold damage; see the Condition Note concerning access to these materials.

Condition Note:

Portions of the Peter Glenville Papers were damaged by mold during storage in the years after Glenville’s death. Most of the damaged materials were in sufficiently sound condition to permit the Ransom Center’s Conservation Department to clean them so that they could be safely handled and viewed with proper precautions.

During cataloging, preservation photocopies were made of all personal correspondence located within the moderately mold-damaged materials (boxes 30-37) and these surrogates are now interfiled in the undamaged papers (boxes 1-29) to facilitate use of the collection. All photocopies are marked "Preservation photocopy of mold-damaged original in the Peter Glenville Papers."

Researchers wishing to access the moderately mold-damaged originals located in boxes 30-37 are cautioned that while the Conservation Department has treated these manuscripts for mold infestation by aspiration and/or dry cleaning, mold may still be present. Users sensitive to mold should wear gloves and a dust/mist respirator while handling this material.

Other Glenville materials (about 3 linear feet) were so severely damaged by mold that salvage was not possible. These files were examined by the cataloger, who identified the most significant letters and documents present, made preservation photocopy surrogates of these items, and interfiled the surrogates into the undamaged papers. These photocopies are marked "Preservation photocopy of extensively mold-damaged original in the Peter Glenville Papers; Original item not available for use."

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Related Material

Collections in the Ransom Center which contain material related to Glenville include the Joseph Abeles Studio Collection, as well as the collections of B. J. Simmons & Co., Graham Greene, James Salter, Tennessee Williams, and Audrey Wood.

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Separated Material

A small number of personal belongings of Peter Glenville has been removed to the Personal Effects Collection, as have three videocassettes to the Sound Recordings Collection.

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Administrative Information

Acquisition:

Purchase, 2003 (R 15254)

Processed by:

Bob Taylor, 2006

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Sources:

Van Gelder, Lawrence. "Peter Glenville, 82, a Director on Broadway and in London," New York Times, 5 June 1996.

Who’s Who in the Theatre, 17th ed. Detroit: Gale Research, 1981.

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Series Descriptions

 

Series I. Works and Productions, 1944-72 (9 boxes)

The series contains correspondence, contracts, and other documents relating to works directed by Peter Glenville. In general there is little material present covering Glenville’s career in the 1940s and early 1950s, and a number of plays from the later period (e.g., Rashomon and Tchin-Tchin) are not represented in the series.
Among the works documented is his own 1944 adaptation of Turgenev’s novel A House of Gentlefolk. Scripts for Becket, Me and the Colonel, and an unrealized project, Bridget Boland’s The Bull from the Sea, based on the Mary Renault novel are also present in the series. A substantial amount of material relating to Glenville’s involvement in the film version of Man of La Mancha is found here, the majority of it from the lightly-mold-damaged portion of the papers.
A considerable number of other unrealized projects, including the films Tower of Babel and John Collier’s Paradise Lost adaptation are documented in the series, as is Glenville’s effort to stage Waiting for Godot. The material relating to Godot in this series and elsewhere in the papers suggests Peter Glenville regarded his inability to secure an agreement with Samuel Beckett one of his major professional disappointments.
Correspondents found in the series include Jean Anouilh, Lillian Gish, Graham Greene, James Salter, and Peter Ustinov. A complete index of correspondents present in this series (and in the other series) has been compiled and is included in this finding aid.

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Series II. Business Files, 1945-76 (4.5 boxes)

Peter Glenville’s correspondence with Denise Tual in the years 1953-61 is perhaps the most significant material in the series, though a small group of letters between Glenville and Hardy Smith gives insight into the director’s handling of relationships in day-to-day work in the theater. Otherwise, apart from the correspondence with Glenville’s accountants (A. T. Chenhalls & Co.) and legal representation (Weissberger & Frosch), most of the material in the series is fragmentary.
A group of scripts is also present in the series, of which only Anouilh’s To Kill a King appears to represent a seriously-considered property. To Kill a King is based on a Philippe Erlanger novel and is related to the Galigai file in Series I.

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Series III. Personal Papers, 1914-2001 (bulk 1952-93) (26 boxes)

Subseries A. Correspondence, 1950-96 (3.5 boxes)
The personal correspondence present is fragmentary and largely absent for the years before the mid-1950s, but it does even so appear to represent the wide range of Peter Glenville’s social contacts rather well, including as it does theater people, Catholic intellectuals, members of the American conservative establishment, and family. Glenville himself appears here in the form of his own carbons as a thoughtful and enthusiastic correspondent.
Correspondents in this subseries include Geoffrey Bennison, Christopher and William F. Buckley, Philip Caraman, Alec Guinness, William Loverd, Dotson Rader, Oliver Lemuel Smith, Roger L. Stevens, Bernard Treneman, and the John Ward family. See the Index of Correspondents for additional persons represented.
Subseries B. Financial Files, 1955-80 (1.5 boxes)
The papers in this subseries are a very fragmentary collection of miscellaneous financial records; many records of similar significance are located in Series II. Business Files.
Subseries C. Household Files, 1952-79 (2 boxes)
While not an extensive group of materials, this subseries does contain significant correspondence and related records on houses and apartments rented by Glenville in the 1960s, as well as for his house in London at 24 Brompton Square.
Subseries D. Personal Records and Related Material, 1935-2001 (5 boxes)
Peter Glenville’s appointment books survive for most years from 1969 to 1994, and a number of address books apparently dating from the 1960s and 1970s are also found in the subseries. Copies of his 1976 and 1981 wills, as well as some miscellaneous writings (including his translation of Feydeau’s Le Dindon) are also present.
Subseries E. Clippings, 1933-64 (8 boxes)
Clippings representing Glenville’s career in theater from his Oxford days into the mid-1960s comprise Subseries E. Of particular interest are clippings relating to Peter Glenville’s early activity in the theater and to various unrealized film and stage projects.
Subseries F. Photographic Prints and Slides, 1914-90 (5.5 boxes)
Included here are a small number of early and family-related images, along with theatrical prints, film stills, and travel-related prints and slides from the mid-1960s to about 1985.

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Series IV. Hardy William Smith Materials, 1920-99 (bulk 1943-99) (1.5 boxes)

Personal correspondence present in the Hardy William Smith series includes letters from Isabel Eberstadt, George S. Kaufman, Leueen MacGrath, and Irene M. Selznick. The sizeable quantity of correspondence and other papers relating to the house on East 68th Street provides a remarkable view of the challenges involved in maintaining, staffing, and dealing with tenants in a large Manhattan residence.

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Folder List

 

Series I. Works and Productions, 1944-72

Box.Folder
1.1 The Appointment, correspondence, 1965-66
Becket
The play, 1959-61
Box.Folder
1.2 Correspondence
Box.Folder
1.3 Casting
Box.Folder
1.4 Royalties
The film, 1961-64
Correspondence
Box.Folder
1.5 1961, July-1963, Apr.
Box.Folder
1.6 1963, May-1964, Sept.
Box.Folder
1.7 Re recording, 1964
Box.Folder
1.8 "Final script, May 1, 1963," with handwritten corrections
The Bull from the Sea
Correspondence
Box.Folder
1.9 1962, Apr.-1968, June
Box.Folder
1.10 1968, July-1969, July
Box.Folder
1.11 Typescript rough draft screenplay
"First draft screenplay" by Bridget Boland
Box.Folder
2.1 Typescript
Box.Folder
2.2 Carbon
Box.Folder
32.2-3 Mimeo (2 copies)
The Comedians
Correspondence
Box.Folder
2.3 Contracts and artists, 1966
Box.Folder
2.4 Contracts and artists (P. Ustinov), 1966-67
Box.Folder
2.5 Father Jean-Baptiste Georges, 1966-67
Box.Folder
2.6 "First night" letters, Nov. 1967
General
Box.Folder
2.7 1965-66
Box.Folder
2.8 1967
Box.Folder
2.9 Museum of Modern Art project, 1967
Box.Folder
2.10 Production code, 1966
Box.Folder
2.11 E. Taylor and R. Burton, 1966-67, Richard Hanley re
Box.Folder
2.12 Contracts, "Advice of artistes’ engagement"
Box.Folder
3.1 Contracts
Box.Folder
3.2 "Distribution technique" list, 1967
Box.Folder
3.3-4 Haiti research
Box.Folder
* Map of the Dominican Republic, 1963 [*removed to flat file]
Box.Folder
3.5 Production accounts
Box.Folder
3.6 Weekly work reports, Jan.-May 1967
Box.Folder
3.7 The Curious Savage, correspondence, 1950, 1965
Dylan
Correspondence
Box.Folder
3.8 1962, July-1963, May
Box.Folder
3.9 1963, June-1964, Oct.
Box.Folder
3.10 Re royalties
Box.Folder
3.11 Royalty statements, 1964, 1967
Box.Folder
3.12 Everything in the Garden, correspondence, 1967-68
Box.Folder
3.13 A Favourite of the Gods, correspondence, 1966-67
La Galigai, correspondence
Box.Folder
3.14 Contractual, 1964-65
Box.Folder
4.1 General and Valois Films, 1962-68
Box.Folder
4.2 The Good Soldier, correspondence, 1971-72
Box.Folder
4.3 The Great Indoors, correspondence, 1963-64
Hotel Paradiso
The play
Box.Folder
4.4 Correspondence, 1958-71
Box.Folder
4.5 Contracts, 1956-57
Box.Folder
4.6 Final returns, receipts, and expenses, 1956
Box.Folder
4.7 The film: correspondence, 1964
Box.Folder
4.8 The Innocents, correspondence, 1950-54
Box.Folder
4.9 Island of Goats, contracts, 1955 [see also 29.8]
Box.Folder
4.10 A Liberal Education, contract, 1954; see also The Mulberry Bush
Box.Folder
32.6 Lisa, or, A House of Gentlefolk, typescript with handwritten revisions, 1944
The Living Room, see The Potting Shed
Man of La Mancha
Correspondence
Box.Folder
30.1 Casting
General
Box.Folder
30.2 Incoming, 15 Mar.-12 Aug. 1971
Box.Folder
30.3 Outgoing (carbons), 5 Mar.-13 Aug. 1971
Box.Folder
30.4 Music
Box.Folder
4.11 Reimbursement, 1971-72
Records and documents
Box.Folder
30.5 Accounting and weekly cash requirements
Box.Folder
30.6 Art Department notes and outlines
Box.Folder
30.7 Production and labor issues
Box.Folder
31.1 Travel and housing expenses for PG
Me and the Colonel
Box.Folder
4.12 Correspondence, 1957-58
Box.Folder
4.13 "Revised final draft" screenplay with handwritten corrections, Oct. 7, 1957
Box.Folder
5.1 The Moviegoer, correspondence, 1965-67
The Mulberry Bush; see also A Liberal Education
Box.Folder
5.2 Correspondence, 1954-56
Box.Folder
5.3 Contracts, 1954-56
Box.Folder
5.4 Once There Was a Russian, contracts, 1958
Box.Folder
5.5 Out Cry, correspondence and critiques, 1972
A Patriot for Me
Box.Folder
5.6 Correspondence, 1969
Box.Folder
* Set design by Oliver Smith [*removed to flat file]
Box.Folder
5.7 The Photographer, correspondence, 1964
Box.Folder
5.8 The Potting Shed and The Living Room, correspondence, 1953-57
Box.Folder
5.9 The Prisoner, correspondence, 1953-57
Box.Folder
5.10 The Royal Hunt of the Sun, correspondence, 1958-59
Box.Folder
5.11 Silent Night, Lonely Night, accounts, 1959-60
South
Box.Folder
5.12 Correspondence, 1953-59
Box.Folder
5.13 Contracts, 1955
Box.Folder
5.14 Summer and Smoke, correspondence, 1960-61
Box.Folder
5.15 Take Me Along, accounts, 1959-60
Box.Folder
5.16 Term of Trial, correspondence, 1961-63
Box.Folder
5.17 Thomas More, correspondence re Jean Anouilh project, 1963-64
Box.Folder
5.18 Tovarich, correspondence, 1963
Tower of Babel
Box.Folder
5.19 Correspondence, 1967-70
Box.Folder
* Map of Beirut, Lebanon [*removed to flat file]
Box.Folder
5.20 Waiting for Godot, correspondence, 1953-56
Projects, correspondence
Films (by title), 1951-58
Box.Folder
31.2 B-C
Box.Folder
31.3 D-M
Box.Folder
31.4 N-Pri
Box.Folder
31.5 Pro-V
Miscellaneous, 1946-71
Box.Folder
6.1 1946-52
Box.Folder
6.2 1956-59
Box.Folder
6.3 1962-64
1964-66
Persons and firms
Box.Folder
6.4 B-L
Box.Folder
6.5 M-W
Box.Folder
6.6 Titles
Box.Folder
6.7-8 1967-68, 1971

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Series II. Business Files, 1945-76

A. T. Chenhalls & Co. (accountants), correspondence
General
Box.Folder
6.9 1945 (29 June)-1955 (15 Apr.)
Box.Folder
6.10 1955 (17 Apr.)-1956 (31 Dec.)
Box.Folder
6.11 1957 (1 Jan.)-1958 (26 June)
Box.Folder
7.1 1958 (8 July)-1959 (28 Dec.)
Box.Folder
7.2 Business, 1958-62
Box.Folder
7.3 Actors’ Equity Association contract, 1957
Box.Folder
7.4 Association of Cinematograph and Allied Technicians (A.C.T.)
Box.Folder
7.5 Casting, general: photographs and recommendations, 1959-61
Box.Folder
7.6 Columbia Pictures: correspondence re, 1959
Hardy William Smith Productions Ltd. accounts
Box.Folder
7.7 1952-55, 1957
Box.Folder
7.8 1961
Box.Folder
31.6 Lists of files, scripts, and recordings, 1965-67
Maximilian Productions
Box.Folder
7.9 General correspondence, 1959-60
Box.Folder
7.10 Financial correspondence, 1976
Metro Goldwyn Mayer, 1964-68
Contracts and general correspondence
Box.Folder
7.11 Correspondence
Box.Folder
7.12 Contracts
Box.Folder
7.13 Correspondence re living expenses
Box.Folder
7.14 Correspondence with J. Coxhead and B. Somner, 1967-68
Box.Folder
8.1 Telephone directory
Personnel, General, 1964-68
Box.Folder
8.2 Correspondence
Box.Folder
8.3 Photographs
Box.Folder
8.4 Reinheimer & Cohen (attorneys), 1957
Scripts
Box.Folder
31.7, 32.1 Alpert, Hollis. The Birds Fall Down, "revised May 15, 1970," carbon (2 copies)
Box.Folder
8.5 Anouilh, Jean. To Kill a King, "English version 2nd draft," 31 May 1965, typescript mimeo
Box.Folder
32.4 Boland, Bridget. Montezuma, "third draft, 26 August 1955," typescript
Box.Folder
32.5 Les Chasseurs de Têtes, carbon
Box.Folder
8.6 Crawley, Randall. The Egotists, 1975, typescript mimeo
Box.Folder
8.7 Ehrlich, Max. The Savage is Loose, typescript photocopy
Box.Folder
8.8 Golub, Richard. The Marine, 1975, typescript mimeo
Box.Folder
32.7 Guthrie, Tyrone. The Makropoulos Secret, "adapted from the original of Karel Capek," 1957, typescript mimeo
Box.Folder
8.9 Hedley, Thomas J. Double Negative, 1975, typescript mimeo
Box.Folder
9.1 Prebble, John. Glencoe, an Original Screenplay, typescript mimeo
Box.Folder
9.2 Price, Eugene. Corky, typescript mimeo
Box.Folder
32.8 Rossen, Steven. J. Edgar Hoover, 1976, typescript mimeo
Box.Folder
33.1 Seligson, Tom. Operation Return, typescript
Box.Folder
33.2 Winter, Keith. Round the Corner, typescript carbon
Box.Folder
33.3 Wolff, Ruth. Empress of China, 1974, typescript mimeo
Box.Folder
9.3 Scripts: correspondence re, 1964
Box.Folder
9.4 Scripts: list of, 1967
Box.Folder
9.5 Smith, Hardy William, 1953-55
Box.Folder
9.6 Specimen contract
Box.Folder
9.7 Tual, Denise, 1953-61
Weissberger & Frosch (attorneys)
Box.Folder
9.8 1950-56
Box.Folder
9.9 1957-58
Box.Folder
9.10 1959-62
Box.Folder
9.11 1962
Box.Folder
33.4 1964-68
Box.Folder
9.12 William Goetz Productions, 1960
William Morris Agency: correspondence re contracts and payments, 1959-62
Box.Folder
9.13 Correspondence
Box.Folder
10.1 Receipts and contracts

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Series III. Personal Papers, 1914-2001

Subseries A. Correspondence, 1950-96
Box.Folder
10.2 1950-63, Miscellaneous
Box.Folder
10.3 1957-66, Christmas card lists
Box.Folder
10.4 1960, Reference material, personal
Box.Folder
10.5 1961, Personal correspondence
Box.Folder
33.5 1962, Personal correspondence (Ireland)
Box.Folder
10.6 1963, Reference miscellaneous
1965-69, Personal correspondence
Box.Folder
10.7 A-W
Box.Folder
10.8 Forenames, outgoing, and miscellaneous
Box.Folder
10.9 1969-79, Correspondence, unsorted
Box.Folder
11.1 1971, Personal correspondence (preservation photocopies)
Box.Folder
33.6 1971, Personal correspondence (originals)
Box.Folder
11.2 1971-82, Graham Greene
Box.Folder
11.3 1974, Christmas cards (preservation photocopies)
Box.Folder
33.7-34.1 1974, Christmas cards (originals)
Box.Folder
11.4 1976-78, Miscellaneous correspondence
1980-89, Unsorted
Box.Folder
11.5 A-K
Box.Folder
11.6 L-W and unidentified
Box.Folder
11.7 1980s and '90s, Christmas cards
Box.Folder
11.8 1984-88, Personal correspondence (preservation photocopies)
Box.Folder
34.2-3 1984-88, Personal correspondence (originals)
1988-93 (preservation photocopies)
Box.Folder
11.9 A-T
Box.Folder
12.1 W, forenames, and outgoing
Box.Folder
34.4-6 1988-93 (originals)
Box.Folder
12.2 1990-1996
Subseries B. Financial Files, 1955-80
Box.Folder
12.3 Account statements, miscellaneous, 1956-59
Bank of America, 1961
Box.Folder
12.4 Checkbook with stubs
Box.Folder
12.5 Deposit slips
Bankers Trust Co., statements
Box.Folder
12.6 1958-62
Box.Folder
35.1 1962-68
Box.Folder
12.7 1974, 1978-80
Box.Folder
12.8 Banks, 1961
Box.Folder
12.9 Expense statements, 1958-61
Box.Folder
12.10 Financial miscellany, 1961-75
Box.Folder
12.11 Financial statements, 1955-57
Box.Folder
12.12 General accounts, New York, 1983
Box.Folder
35.2 General assets, 1966-68
Box.Folder
12.13 Midland Bank, correspondence, 1955-59
Box.Folder
12.14 Professional entertaining, July 1959
Box.Folder
12.15 Royalties, 1963-64
Box.Folder
12.16 Tax correspondence, 1962-64
Box.Folder
12.17 Travel: correspondence and receipts, 1957-58
Box.Folder
13.1 United Air Lines, accounts, 1968-75
Box.Folder
13.2 United States, tax file, 1958-59
Subseries C. Household Files, 1952-79
Box.Folder
35.3 Addresses, minor publications, time-tables
Aplin, Muriel (secretary), correspondence, 1958, Aug.-1959, Dec.
Box.Folder
13.3 Originals
Box.Folder
13.4 Carbons
Bennison, Geoffrey (antiques and furniture)
Box.Folder
35.4 1962-68
Box.Folder
13.5 1963-64, 1970
Brompton Square (house, London)
Box.Folder
35.5 1956-66
Box.Folder
35.6 1967-68
Cars
Box.Folder
13.6 1954-62
Box.Folder
36.1 1965-68
Box.Folder
13.7 Le Clos Fiorentina (house, Cap Ferrat), 1967
Box.Folder
13.8 Davies, Turner & Co. (movers), 1963
Box.Folder
13.9 Lord de Freyne and Cork Little house, 1961-62
Domestic staff
Box.Folder
13.10 1952-59
Box.Folder
36.2 1966-68
Box.Folder
13.11 Furniture and furnishings: insurance, 1979
Box.Folder
13.12 Los Angeles house, 1960-61
Box.Folder
13.13 Moulin de Corbeaux (apartment, Paris), 1965
Box.Folder
36.3 19 Rue Weber (house, Paris), 1966
Box.Folder
14.1 Office file, bills, 1963-65
Box.Folder
14.2 Reference material, miscellaneous (trades),1959-61
Box.Folder
36.4 Rome apartment (Via Villa de Pepoli 15), 1967-68
Box.Folder
14.3 Turnbull & Asser, Ltd. (tailors), 1959-61
Box.Folder
36.5 Miscellaneous files, 1957-65
Subseries D. Personal Records and Related Material, 1935-2001
Address books
Box.Folder
14.4-5 New York (2 items)
Box.Folder
14.6-7, 15.1 U. S. & foreign (3 items)
Box.Folder
15.2 U. S. & foreign (Bill Smith’s)
Box.Folder
15.3 Europe, 1966
Box.Folder
15.4 Italy
Appointment books
Box.Folder
15.5 1962
Box.Folder
15.6 1969
Box.Folder
15.7 1970
Box.Folder
16.1 1971
Box.Folder
16.2 1972
Box.Folder
16.3 1973
Box.Folder
16.4 1974
Box.Folder
16.5-6 1975 (2 items)
Box.Folder
16.7 1976
Box.Folder
16.8-9 1977 (2 items)
Box.Folder
16.10-17.1 1978 (2 items)
Box.Folder
17.2 1980
Box.Folder
17.3 1981
Box.Folder
17.4 1986
Box.Folder
17.5 1991
Box.Folder
17.6 1992
Box.Folder
17.7 1993
Box.Folder
17.8 1994
Box.Folder
17.9 1997
Box.Folder
18.1 1999
Box.Folder
18.2 2001
Box.Folder
18.3 Book inventory, 1996
Box.Folder
18.4 Doctors, 1937
Box.Folder
18.5 Doctors and dentists, 1957-66
Documents, personal
Box.Folder
18.6 1919-72
Box.Folder
18.7 1951-58
Insurance
Box.Folder
18.8 National Health (G.B.), 1958
Personal
Box.Folder
18.9 1946-59
Box.Folder
18.10 1959-62
Box.Folder
18.11 Last will and testament, 1976, 1981
Box.Folder
18.12 Minor textual material, manuscript and printed, 1916-97
Box.Folder
18.13 Prose sketches, essays, and a translation of Feydeau’s Le Dindon, all in PG’s hand, c. 1935-c. 1988
Box.Folder
18.14 Stationery, miscellaneous
Box.Folder
19.1 Telephone message pad
Subseries E. Clippings, 1933-64
Personal career
Box.Folder
39.1 "OUDS cuttings," 1933-35 [*oversize]
Box.Folder
39.2 "News cuttings," 1934-37 [*oversize]
Box.Folder
37.1 Clippings and miscellany, 1950s [*oversize]
Box.Folder
19.2 Miscellaneous, personal and shows, 1956-63
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19.3 Personal publicity, 1959
Reviews
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19.4 Arms and the Man [unrealized film project], advance notices, 1955
Box.Folder
19.5 Becket, publicity, 1960; see also Dylan
The Curious Savage, see The Innocents
Box.Folder
19.6 The Devil at Four O’Clock [film ultimately directed by another], publicity, 1960
Box.Folder
19.7 Dylan and Becket, publicity, 1964
General
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19.8-10 1960
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19.11-12 1961
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20.1 Hotel Paradiso (play), 1957
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37.2 The Innocents, 1952 [*oversize]
Box.Folder
20.2 The Innocents, “rejected clippings,” 1952
Box.Folder
20.3 The Innocents, The Curious Savage, Romeo and Juliet, 1950-51
Box.Folder
20.4 The Island [unrealized film project], advance notices, 1955
Box.Folder
20.5 Island of Goats, 1955
The Living Room, 1953
Box.Folder
20.6 Pre-London tour
Box.Folder
20.7-8 Advance and miscellaneous
Box.Folder
20.9 West End production
Box.Folder
20.10 Madam, Will You Walk [unrealized film project], advance and miscellaneous, 1954
Box.Folder
20.11 Major Barbara and Summer and Smoke, 1948, 1952
Box.Folder
20.12-13, 21.1 Me and the Colonel, 1958-59
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40.1 Miscellaneous plays, 1951-52 [*oversize]
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21.2 Miscellaneous plays, 1957-59
Box.Folder
21.3 The Mulberry Bush, Bristol production, 1954-55
Box.Folder
21.4 The Prince and Mr. Jones [unrealized stage project], 1956-57
The Prisoner
Play
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21.5 Pre-London tour, 1954
Box.Folder
21.6 Advance and miscellaneous, 1954
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21.7 West End production, 1954
Box.Folder
21.8 London and other productions, 1954-55
Film
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21.9 Pre-press show, 1954-55
English release
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21.10-11 Apr.-May 1955
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21.12 June 1955-Feb. 1956
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21.13 U.S. and British reviews, 1955
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22.1-4 American release, 1955-56
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40.2 "New York campaign," 1955-56 [*oversize]
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22.5-6 American release, unsorted, 1956
Box.Folder
22.7 Foreign language reviews, 1954-56
Box.Folder
22.8 Rashomon, publicity, 1958-59
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37.3 Richard III, 1934 [*oversize]
Romeo and Juliet, see The Innocents
Separate Tables
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22.9 Pre-London tour, 1954
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22.10 Advance and miscellaneous, 1954
London production
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22.11 1954
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23.1 1954-55
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23.2 1955-56
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23.3 Pre-American production, 1956
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23.4-5 New York production, 1956
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23.6 Australian and New Zealand productions, 1954-55
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23.7 Foreign language notices, 1954-56
Box.Folder
37.4 Shakespeare Festival, Stratford, 1936 [*oversize]
Box.Folder
23.8 Silent Night, Lonely Night, 1959
Box.Folder
23.9 Sons and Lovers [unrealized film project], advance notices, 1955-56
Summer and Smoke, see Major Barbara
Box.Folder
23.10-11 Take Me Along, 1959
Box.Folder
23.12 Under the Sycamore Tree, 1952-53
Subseries F. Photographic Prints and Slides, 1914-90
Personal, 1914-90
Box.Folder
38.1 Two photographs of PG by Miss Compton Collier, c. 1914 [*oversize]
Box.Folder
24.1 PG, family and social life, 1919-90 (prints)
Box.Folder
38.2 Portraits of PG by Michael McKeown and Antony Armstrong-Jones, 1950s (prints) [*oversize]
Box.Folder
38.3 PG social life, 1960s-80s (prints) [*oversize]
Box.Folder
24.2 "Glenville in Camera," 28 Oct. 1978 (album)
Box.Folder
24.3 Tropical holiday, 1988 (album)
Theater and Film, 1935-70
Box.Folder
38.4 Becket, 1964 (prints) [*oversize]
Box.Folder
24.4-6 Doré, G. The Divine Comedy (photographic facsimiles)
Box.Folder
24.7 The Innocents, 1950 (prints)
Me and the Colonel, 1958
Box.Folder
38.5-6 Location research (views) [*oversize]
Box.Folder
38.7 Stills and production shots [*oversize]
Box.Folder
24.8 Set designs and miscellaneous, 1955-70 (prints)
Box.Folder
38.8 Term of Trial, 1962 [*oversize]
Box.Folder
24.9 Theatrical prints and film stills, 1937-48
Box.Folder
25.1 Theatrical prints and portraits, 1935-55
Travel and Places, 1966-85
China
Box.Folder
25.2-5 And the Mediterranean, early 1980s (prints)
Box.Folder
25.6-7 1982 (slides)
Box.Folder
41 Album, 1982 [*oversize]
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25.8 India, 1985 (slides)
Box.Folder
25.9-10 Italy and Greece, 1976 (slides)
Mexico
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25.11, 26.1 1979 (slides)
Box.Folder
26.2-3 1979-84 (slides)
Box.Folder
26.4 And elsewhere, 1970s and '80s (prints)
And South America
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26.5-8 1974 (slides)
Box.Folder
26.9 1974-85 (slides)
Morocco
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26.10-11 And Europe, 1982-84 (prints)
Box.Folder
27.1 And Europe, 1982-84 (prints)
Box.Folder
27.2-3 And Toulouse, 1978 (slides)
New York City (House, 18 East 68 St.)
Box.Folder
27.4-5 Furnishings and room views, c. 1966 (prints)
Box.Folder
27.6 And the Bronx Zoo, 1975 (slides)
Box.Folder
27.7 Peru and Spain, 1981-82 (slides)
Various places
Box.Folder
27.8-9 1970s (slides)
Box.Folder
27.10-11 1974-85 (slides)
Various subjects
Box.Folder
27.12 1974 (slides)
Box.Folder
28.1-3 1974-75 (slides)

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Series IV. Hardy William Smith Materials, 1920-99

Correspondence, 1943-99
Box.Folder
28.4 A-G
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28.5 H-R
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28.6 S-W and miscellaneous
House, 18 East 68th Street
Business
Box.Folder
28.7 1961-62
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28.8 1963-65
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29.1 1964-67
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29.2 1965-67
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29.3 1966
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29.4 1968
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29.5 General, 1962-64
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29.6 Miscellaneous, 1982-96
Box.Folder
29.7 Contents (inventories and descriptions), 1963-83
Box.Folder
29.8 Island of Goats (1955), set designs by Jo Mielziner [see also 4.9]
Box.Folder
29.9 Photographs, 1920-52
Box.Folder
30-37 Mold-damaged materials
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37-41 Oversize materials

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 Peter Glenville Papers--Index of Correspondents 

Names in bold appear in the RLIN record.

  • A. T. Chenhalls & Co. (C. S. Forsyth, Geoffrey King, J. E. Page)--4.4, 5.8, 5.12, 6.9-11, 7.1-2, 7.6-8, 9.10-11, 10.9 (with Frosch, Aaron R.), 18.9, 28.4
  • Abbott, Michael--10.2
  • Actors’ Equity Association (William Gibberson)--1.2
  • Adiv, Reuven--8.2
  • Agnelli, Giovanni, 1921- --11.7
  • Agnes Philomena, Sister--10.5
  • Al Parker Ltd. (Peter A. Clark)--30.1
  • Albert G. Ruben & Co. (T. E. Clarkson)--18.9-10
  • Albery, Donald--5.20
  • Alison on Dominick Street (Restaurant)--11.7
  • Allen, Lewis M., 1922- (Vineyard Films, Inc.)--10.7
  • Allen-Hodgdon Productions (Firm) (Lewis Allen)--6.3
  • Allenberg, Bert--4.12
  • Ameran Films (Firm) (Charles H. Schneer)--6.3
  • American Shakespeare Festival Theatre and Academy (Jack Landau)--7.5
  • Anderson, Jack--11.9
  • Andrews, Maidie--8.2
  • Anglund, Robert--4.4
  • Anouilh, Jean, 1910-1987--1.2 (subject), 3.14, 4.4, 10.7
  • Aplin, Muriel--13.3-4
  • Apoteker, Paul--4.12
  • Archibald, William--31.4
  • Architectural Digest (Paige Rense)--27.5
  • Arnold, Tom--11.3, 11.7, 12.2
  • Arthur Kennard Associates Incorporated (Arthur Kennard)--30.1
  • Arts Theatre of Cambridge Limited (George Rylands)--5.9
  • Ashley Famous Agency, Inc. (Ben Benjamin, Katharine Brown)--1.1, 6.7
  • Ashley-Steiner-Famous Artists, Inc. (Miriam Howell, Audrey Wood)--6.3
  • Ashley-Steiner Inc. (Milton Goldman)--7.5
  • Association of Cinematograph, Television, and Allied Technicians (Adelaide Pentecost)--7.4
  • Astor, Brooke--11.5, 11.7, 12.2
  • Astor, Richard--5.12
  • August, A. Melvin--11.9
  • Austin & Noyes (Firm) (Lyn Austin, Thomas Noyes)--31.4
  • Australian Broadcasting Commission (Anne Mason)--5.2
  • BBC Radio and TV Enterprises (John Keeble)--6.8
  • Baker, Charles Adams (William Morris Agency, Inc.)--10.7
  • Baker, Fred (Fred Baker Film & Video Company)--12.2
  • Baker, Peter (Dunstead Trust Ltd., Falcon Press)--28.4
  • Baker, Todman & Co. (S. E. Daniell)--6.9, 28.4
  • Balsamo, Catherine--7.5
  • Bank of England (A. R. Thompson)--9.10
  • Barlow, James, 1921- --33.5
  • Barovick & Konecky (Firm) (Ronald S. Konecky)--30.4
  • Barrere, Jean--3.9
  • Bartlett & Gluckstein, Solicitors (F. E. H. Levinson)--31.3
  • Barton, Trumbull--2.6
  • Basden, John--5.8-9, 6.9
  • Bass, Stephen W.--6.4
  • Bayley, John--11.9
  • Beckett, Samuel, 1906-1989--5.20, 12.2 (subject, with Knowlson, James)
  • Begelman, David--2.6
  • Behrman, S. N. (Samuel Nathaniel), 1893-1973--4.12
  • Bell, Mary Hayley--6.3
  • Bellarmine Society (Christopher Dooley)--5.9
  • The Belles--11.3
  • Benjamin, Ben--6.3
  • Bennison, Geoffrey--10.5, 11.3, 11.5, 13.5, 28.7, 29.5, 33.5, 35.4
  • Bentley, Eric, 1916- (Doubleday and Co.)--31.3
  • Bergman, Ingrid, 1915- --6.2
  • Bernard Reis & Company--3.12
  • Bernbaum, Glenn--11.8
  • Bernheim, Alain--6.4, 8.2
  • Bernier, Rosamond--28.4
  • Bernstein, David--11.9
  • Bernstein, Sidney, 1899- --9.7, 11.5
  • Berry, Pamela--10.5, 11.5 (with Hartwell, Baron)
  • Bertha Klausner International Literary Agency, Inc. (Bertha Klausner)--6.4
  • Black, Kitty, 1914- --6.4
  • Blackwell, Earl--10.9
  • Blakely, Colin--30.1
  • Bleyleben, Anita von--11.9
  • Bleyleben, Maximilian--11.9
  • Boland, Bridget--1.9-10, 3.13, 6.2, 6.7, 10.2, 28.4
  • Bolza, Geza--10.2
  • Book, Holly--11.3
  • Boorstin, Daniel J. (Daniel Joseph), 1914- (Librarian of Congress)--10.9
  • Borg, Ariane--8.2
  • Bory, Margot--11.3, 11.8
  • Boys, Freda C.--10.7
  • Boys, G. H. W.--9.7
  • Brandt & Brandt Dramatic Department, Inc. (Janet Cohn, Harold Freedman, William Koppelmann)--3.7, 4.8, 5.12, 10.2, 31.3
  • Brewster, Margaret--1.2
  • Brisson, Frederick, 1912- --4.1
  • Bristol Old Vic Theatre Company (Bristol, England) (T. C. Hickson, Charles Landstone, John Moody)--5.2-3
  • British Broadcasting Corporation (Michael Darlow)--7.14, 11.4
  • Brook, Clive, 1887-1974--5.8
  • Brown, Jack--11.3, 11.8, 11.9, 28.4
  • Bruni, Peter--9.3
  • Brunskill Management (Firm) (Donald Neville-Willing)--1.2
  • Brusati, Franco, 1922-1993--6.6
  • Bubela, Patsy--11.5, 11.7
  • Buck, Jules, 1917-2001 (Keep Films Ltd.)--29.5
  • Buckland, Judith--see Coxhead, Judith
  • Buckley, Christopher, 1952- --11.5, 11.8-9, 28.4
  • Buckley, Lucy K. Smith--11.3, 20.1, 28.4
  • Buckley, Patricia Taylor--11.5, 11.8, 28.4
  • Buckley, Priscilla L.--11.9
  • Buckley, William F. (William Frank), 1925- (National Review)--11.5, 11.7-9, 12.2, 28.4
  • Bucknell University. Challenge Committee (Ann V. York)--10.7
  • Bui, Quang Linh--13.3
  • Bull, Peter, 1912- --28.4
  • Burdine, Roddey B.--11.9
  • Bureau Litteraire D. Clairouin (Marie Schébéko)--2.6, 5.20
  • Burrell’s Press Clipping Bureau (W. J. Lytle, Jr.)--9.8
  • Burton, Richard, 1925- --1.5, 2.11, 10.7
  • C.I.P.R.A. (Morgan Hudgins, Shirley Speight)--6.5 (with Metro-Goldwyn- Mayer), 9.3 (with Quin, Shirland)
  • Cabossel, Monique--6.7
  • California. Franchise Tax Board (John J. Campbell)--9.10
  • Cameron, Roderick--11.1, 13.7
  • Cantor, Arthur, 1920- --6.4
  • Capp Enterprises (Firm) (Jerome B. Capp)--31.3
  • Caraman, Philip, 1911- --5.17, 6.7-8, 11.3, 11.8-9
  • Carboni Casetti, Fiorenza--36.4
  • Carlisle, Kitty, 1915- --2.6
  • Case, Margaret--10.9
  • Casey, Dorothy B.--11.9
  • Castle, Irene--11.9
  • Centre d’Art (Port-au-Prince, Haiti) (Francine Murat)--10.7
  • Cerf, Bennett, 1898-1971 (Random House, Inc.)--11.1
  • Chicago Daily News (Sam Lesner)--1.6
  • Christ Church (University of Oxford). Blue Boar Fund (C. A. Simpson)--10.7
  • Christie, Manson & Woods International Inc. (Juliet Nusser)--11.8
  • Christopher Mann Ltd. (Aubrey Blackburn, John Cadell, Frederick A. Holdaway)--5.10, 6.2-3, 10.2, 13.3
  • Christopher Mann Management Ltd. (Aubrey Blackburn, John Cadell)--5.9, 6.1, 31.4
  • Cicogna, Marina--10.5, 10.7
  • Cimura (Firm)--4.12
  • Cinema 5 (Henry Guettel)--4.2
  • Clark, James, 1931- --2.7
  • Clarke, Gordon B.--2.8
  • Clift, Denison, 1892-1961--28.4
  • Cloetta, Yvonne--11.9, 28.4 (with Greene, Graham)
  • Clover, Andrew--11.9
  • Coates, Anne V.--1.7, 2.7
  • Cobb, Gladdie--10.2
  • Coco, James, 1930-1987--30.1
  • Codron, Michael (Michael Codron Ltd.)--33.5
  • Cohan, Tony--11.9
  • Cohen, Mae--6.3
  • Cole, Lester, 1904- --1.2
  • Colin, Pamela (T & H)--10.7, 11.8-9
  • Collier, John, 1901- --6.8 (subject)
  • Columbia Films S.A. (Jean Dewever, R. Hirschsprung, M. Pasquet)--4.12
  • Columbia Pictures Corporation (Al Fisher, M. J. Frankovich, William N. Graf, Kenneth L. Maidment)--4.12, 5.9
  • Columbia Pictures International Corporation (Claude Ganz, I. Rayfield, Francine Tran Van Kha)--4.12, 12.3
  • Connies Ltd. (A. E. Vere Barker)--5.20
  • Connor, James L.--6.7
  • Conyers, Dill & Pearman (Firm) (N. B. Dill, Jr., Diane Ferguson, F. Mutch)--1.6, 2.7, 3.14, 7.13, 12.7, 33.4
  • Cookson, Peter--11.3
  • Costa, Sergio Corrêa da (Brazilian Embassy)--11.8
  • Court-Goetz Pictures (Firm)--9.9
  • Courtneidge, Cicely, 1893-1980--8.2
  • Cousins, Margaret, 1905- --11.5
  • Coward, Noel, 1899-1973--11.8 (subject (with Vanity Fair))
  • Coward-McCann, Inc. (Robert Mabry)--1.2
  • Cox, Ransdell--5.1, 6.4
  • Coxhead, Judith--10.5
  • Crawley & de Reya (Firm) (C. E. Fielding)--7.7
  • Creative Management Associates, Ltd. (Douglas Rae)--6.7
  • Crespi, Rudi--6.3, 36.4
  • Crewe, Dorothy--11.5, 11.8-9
  • Crisham, Walter--10.5, 28.4, 33.5
  • Crosswell, Anne--9.3
  • Cukor, George Dewey, 1899- --9.8
  • Curtis Brown Ltd. (Kitty Black, Hettie Hilton, R. M. D. Odgers)--1.9-10, 5.2, 5.20, 9.11
  • Daniel Angel Films Limited (Daniel M. Angel)--6.3
  • Darlow, Michael (BBC TV)--11.5
  • Darvas, Teddy--8.2
  • David Hocker Associates, Inc. (C. David Hocker)--3.9
  • David Merrick (Firm) (Jack Schlissel)--1.2
  • Davis, Bette, 1908- --10.2
  • Davis, Cherry--7.5
  • Davray, Jean, 1914- --31.4
  • Day, Ernest--2.8
  • de Freyne, Francis Arthur John French, Baron--13.9
  • de Freyne, Shirley Ann--13.9
  • De Havilland, Olivia--9.8
  • De la Motte, Mischa--8.2
  • del Mazo, Susana--11.8
  • de Vernier, Hugo--8.2
  • Dicker, Edward--10.7
  • Di Giusto, Milena--14.1
  • Dino de Laurentiis Cinematografica (Guidarino Guidi, Serpe)--6.6
  • Dr. Jan van Loewen Ltd. (Katia Gould, Betty Judkins, Jan van Loewen)--1.2-3, 1.6, 4.4-5, 4.7, 5.7-8, 5.12, 5.17, 6.3-4, 6.6, 10.1, 10.9 (with Frosch, Aaron R.), 31.3, 36.5
  • Dodds, Bill--3.9
  • Dodge, Steve--1.2
  • DonHowe, Gwyda--1.2
  • Donmar Productions Limited (Donald Albery)--5.2, 5.8, 5.20, 6.4
  • Doyle, Joseph--11.8
  • Drabble, Margaret, 1939- --11.9
  • Dragoon, David L.--1.2
  • Dumas, Sylvie--see Rohan, Donald; see Saudan-Skira, Sylvia
  • Du Plessix-Liberman, Tatyana--see IAkovleva, Tat’iana, 1906-1991
  • Dylan Company (Carl Fisher)--3.10
  • Easterling, Nannette D.--11.9
  • Eberstadt, Fernanda, 1960- --11.8-9
  • Eberstadt, Isabel--12.2, 28.4
  • Elwell, William (S. Clement’s Church, Philadelphia)--1.2
  • Endler, Herman G. (Pioneer American Insurance Company)--11.5
  • Engelhard, Jane, d. 2004--10.9, 11.3, 11.8
  • English Stage Company (M. Michaels)--5.2
  • Eric Glass Ltd.--6.4, 6.6-7
  • Eric Goodhead (Management) Ltd.--30.1
  • Ertegün, Mica--11.4
  • Erwin, John--11.3
  • Evans, Dickie--8.2
  • Evans, Laurence, 1912-2002 (CMA)--11.7, 11.8 (with Littman, Marguerite), 11.9
  • Facet Productions Ltd. (Paul F. Moss)--5.9
  • Famous Artists Corporation (Minna Wallis)--10.5
  • Feldkamp, Fred--31.5
  • Felsen Associates Inc.--18.10
  • Feydeau, Jacques--4.4-5, 4.7
  • Feydeau, Jean-Pierre--6.3
  • Field, Leonard--9.3
  • Fildebroc S.A.R.L. (Michelle de Broca)--6.7
  • Film Locations Limited (Montagu Marks)--6.1
  • Films du Valois (Firm) (Pierre Jourdan)--3.14
  • Financiera del Atlántico, S.A.--7.10
  • Finucane, John--11.3
  • Fisher, Eddie--10.5
  • Fitelson and Mayers (Firm) (Floria V. Lasky)--9.9
  • Foote, Lydia--36.3
  • Forbes, Bryan, 1926- --10.5
  • Ford, Ruth, 1915- --2.6, 10.7, 28.4, 31.5
  • Forsyth, James, 1913- --6.8
  • Forsyth, Louise--6.8
  • Fosburgh, Minnie Astor--2.6
  • Foster, Gloria, 1936- --2.8
  • Fosters Agency Limited (Max Kester, Guy Robinson)--8.2, 10.5
  • Fox, Angela--11.8-9
  • Fox, Robin, d. 1971--31.4
  • Frank, Jerry--28.4
  • Frank & Shapiro (Firm) (Murray Frank)--7.9
  • Fraser & Dunlop Ltd. (James Fraser, Dennis Moore)--3.9, 8.2
  • Fred Kohlmar Productions, Inc. (Fred Kohlmar)--7.2, 9.12
  • Freddie Fields Associates Ltd. (John C. Foreman)--10.5
  • French, Hugh--6.3
  • Frings, Ketti--6.4 (with Cantor, Arthur)
  • Frosch, Aaron R.--3.3, 4.4, 4.11, 7.10, 10.9, 13.1, 30.2, 30.4
  • Fry, Christopher, 1907- --1.5, 10.2
  • Furber & Maskell (Firm)--7.2
  • GAC Redway Ltd. (Kenneth Cleveland, Douglas Rae)--6.4
  • G. & H. Wartski (Llandudno) Ltd.--18.10
  • Gabel, Martin, 1912- --2.6
  • Gaither, Gant, 1917- --10.9, 11.5, 11.9, 28.4, 29.1
  • Galatea Film (Paul Baron)--6.3
  • Galliher, John--11.9
  • Gang, Tyre, Rudin & Brown (Firm) (Frank G. Wells)--10.5 (with Crisham, Walter), 28.4 (with Crisham, Walter)
  • Gantin, Bernardin--2.8
  • Gardner, Margaret (Rogers & Cowan, Inc.)--33.5
  • Garrett, Tony, 1929- --11.9
  • Gattey, Charles Neilson--13.9
  • Geist, Kenneth L.--9.3
  • General Artists Corporation (Jay Wolf)--2.7
  • Genisus Productions Inc. (M. Miller)--6.4
  • George, George W.--3.8-10, 11.3
  • George Marton Plays (Firm) (Marta Andras)--6.3
  • Georges, Jean Baptiste, 1919- (St. Pascal Baylon Rectory)--2.5
  • Gielgud, Patricia--8.2
  • Gillen, Frederick J.--6.3
  • Gillespie Brothers & Co.--4.4, 6.11, 13.3
  • Ginna, Robert Emmett (Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Inc., Windward Productions, Inc.)--3.13
  • Gish, Lillian, 1893-1993--2.3, 2.6, 10.7 (subject), 28.4
  • Glauner, George--2.6, 11.3
  • Gleadow, Helen--10.7
  • Glenville, Dorothy Ward--11.3, 11.5
  • Goetz, Edith Mayer, 1905-1988--10.5, 10.7
  • Goetz, William, 1903- --13.9, 36.5
  • Goldman, Milton (Ashley Famous Agency)--2.6
  • Goldstone, C. Edward (General Artists Corporation)--9.3
  • Goldstone-Tobias Agency, Inc. (Jerome S. Siegel)--10.2
  • Goldwyn, Samuel, 1882-1974--1.6
  • Gonzales, Jack--10.9
  • Goodspeed’s Book Shop (Boston, Mass.) (Gordon T. Banks)--10.2
  • Gordon, Barry--9.10
  • Gordon Films, Inc. (Richard Gordon)--4.8
  • Goutchkoff, L.--13.13
  • Grace, Princess of Monaco, 1929-1982--10.2
  • Grade Organisation Ltd. (Robin Fox)--6.4, 6.7
  • Graham, Kenneth L. (University of Minnesota)--1.2
  • Granat, Frank--3.9
  • Granger, Lee Mason--11.9
  • Grant, Cary, 1904-1986--31.2 (subject)
  • Graves, Robert, 1895-1985--31.3
  • Gray, George (Video Talent Studios)--28.4
  • Great Britain. Aliens Dept.--28.4
  • Great Britain. Inspector of Taxes (B. E. G. Turner)--28.4
  • Great Britain. Lord Chamberlain’s Office (N. Gwatkin)--5.20
  • Great Britain. Ministry of Pensions and National Insurance (P. Smith)-- 18.8-9
  • Great Britain. Post Office. North Western District Post Office (R. E. Bolton)--11.1
  • Great Britain. Treasury (E. W. Maude)--7.2
  • Green, Julien, 1900- --5.12
  • Green, Terrence C.--11.3, 11.5, 13.5, 35.4
  • Greenbaum, Wolff & Ernst (Firm)--7.11
  • Greene, Graham, 1904-1991--2.6-8, 11.1-2, 11.8, 28.4, 31.4
  • Gregory, Aida--8.2
  • Griffin, Dorothea M.--7.5
  • Griffin, George--10.5
  • Gropper, Cathy--11.9
  • Gucci (Firm) (Isabella Vacani)--30.2
  • Guinness, Alec, 1914-2000--2.6, 3.9, 5.9, 10.5, 10.7, 11.1, 11.3, 11.5, 11.7-8, 12.2, 28.4, 31.3
  • Guthrie, Tyrone, Sir, 1900-1971--3.8, 10.9 (subject)
  • H. M. Tennent Ltd. (Binkie [Beaumont], Ian Dow)--3.9-10, 4.5, 5.8-10, 5.12, 6.6, 10.2, 10.5, 31.3, 31.5
  • Hal Wallis Productions, Inc. (Joseph H. Hazen, Irene Lee, Paul Nathan, Hal Wallis)--1.5-6, 5.14, 6.4
  • Hall, Brydon, Egerton & Nicholas (Firm)--5.9
  • Halmar Productions, Inc. (Richard Halliday)--6.3
  • Hambleton, T. Edward--31.2
  • Hammett, Jack--11.3
  • Hammond, Thomas--31.4
  • Hanley, Richard--2.11
  • Harley, André--11.3
  • Harman Pictures N.V.--5.14
  • Harold Ober Associates (Harold Ober, Peter Shepherd)--4.2, 31.3
  • Harold Prince (Firm) (Carl Fisher)--3.9
  • Harriet Kaplan-Lily Veidt, Inc. (Harriet Kaplan, Lily [Veidt])--7.5, 31.3
  • Harris, Radie--10.7 (with Gish, Lillian)
  • Harrison, Rex--31.2
  • Hartford, Huntington, 1911- --10.5
  • Hartford Projects, Ltd. (Marie Ricci)--6.3
  • Hartwell, William Michael Berry, Baron, 1911- --11.5
  • Harvey, Anthony E.--6.4, 6.7
  • Harwood, Wallace W.--28.5
  • Haskins & Sells--7.9
  • Hatton and Bradley Limited (Camille Marchetta)--4.2
  • Hauser, Herbert--28.5
  • Hayward, Leland, 1902-1971--2.6
  • Haywood, Pauline--11.7, 11.9, 28.5
  • Hazen, Joseph H.--5.5, 9.13, 10.9
  • Healy, Denis--28.5
  • Heanue, Richard E.--28.5
  • Hecht, Harold, 1907-1985--5.12
  • Hecht-Lancaster (Firm) (Harold Hecht)--6.10
  • Hector, Louis--1.2
  • Heinemann (Firm) (Edward Thompson)--5.8
  • Heinz, Drue--10.7
  • Held, Régine--11.3
  • Hendricks, Edward Lee (Edward Lee Hendricks & Co.)--28.5
  • Henkle, Gabriele--11.5
  • Henley, David--6.4
  • Hepburn, Audrey, 1929- --5.8
  • Hepburn, Katharine, 1907-2003--11.5
  • Heppner, Rosa (Assn. of London Theatre Press Representatives)--10.2
  • Herring, Mary--10.5
  • Hess, Mela, Segall, Popkin & Guterman (Firm) (Lee N. Steiner)--5.7, 6.3
  • Hess, Segall, Popkin & Guterman (Firm) (Arthur I. Weinberg)--2.4
  • Hicks, David, 1929- --10.5
  • Hine, Al--6.8, 30.1
  • Hipotecaria del Atlántico, S.A.--7.10
  • Hiscock, Eric--28.5 [see also Romilly]
  • Hodder and Stoughton (Ronald Harwood)--11.5
  • Hollis, Christopher, 1902-1977--5.17
  • Holt, J. K.--33.5
  • Hopewell Productions Inc. (Steven H. Scheuer)--6.2
  • Hopkins, John Richard, 1931- --30.2
  • Horn, Herbert O.--6.4
  • Horne, Alistair--11.9
  • Horstig-Primuz, Olga, 1912- --8.2
  • Hosford, Robert--6.3
  • Hotel Palacio (Estoril, Portugal)--10.7
  • Houghton Mifflin Company (Joyce Hartman)--6.7
  • House & Garden (Tim Monahan, Shelley Wanger)--11.5, 11.8
  • Hoyt, Hazel--1.2
  • Huggett, Richard--11.5
  • IAkovleva, Tat’iana, 1906-1991--2.6, 11.3, 11.5, 28.5
  • Ibrahim, Mohammad--11.3
  • Imprimerie Stoffel--10.7
  • Independent Plays Limited (Donald Albery)--5.20
  • International Famous Agency, Inc. (Otis Blodget, Paul A. Rosen, Karen Sheriff)--4.2, 4.11, 30.2, 30.4
  • International Germania Film (Firm) (Dr. Alfons Carcasona)--5.17
  • J. Arthur Rank Productions Limited (Vivian A. Cox)--6.2
  • J. H. Kenyon Ltd. (Michael Petty)--11.8
  • J. Nicolet (Firm)--9.7
  • Jacobs, Edith--8.2
  • Jaffe Agency, Inc. (Philip Gersh)--7.5
  • Jannings, Orin--6.4
  • Janss, Gina--13.12
  • Jardine, Penelope--5.19
  • Jasinski, Donald--11.8
  • Jeff G. Britton & Associates (Jeff G. Britton)--6.3
  • Johnson, Biff--3.12
  • Johnson, Margot--28.5
  • Johnson & Tannenbaum (Firm) (Samuel W. Tannenbaum)--4.2
  • Jones, Van (Gus Productions, Inc.)--10.9
  • Joseph, Robert L.--31.2
  • Jourdan, Claire--13.13
  • Jourdan, Eric--10.2
  • Jourdan, Pierre (Les Films du Valois)--3.14, 4.1
  • Jupp, Kenneth--5.7
  • Jurow-Shepherd Productions (Firm) (Martin Jurow, Richard Shepherd)--10.2, 31.4
  • Kadet, Sanford--31.4
  • Kamp, Irene, 1910-1985--4.3
  • Kanin, Michael, 1910- --9.3
  • Kanter & Pratt (Firm) (Charles Pratt Jr.)--31.2, 31.4
  • Kaplan, Livingston, Goodwin & Berkowitz (Firm) (Samuel Pisar)--33.4
  • Karlweis, Ninon Tallon--4.8
  • Kaufman, George S. (George Simon), 1889-1961--28.5
  • Keene, Lilian--28.5
  • Kelland, Do--11.8
  • Keller, Helen, 1880-1968--10.2
  • Kelvyn, Paul--1.2
  • Kenney, George C. (George Churchill), 1889-1977--28.5, 28.8 (subject)
  • Kerz, Leo--28.5
  • Kimbrough, Clinton--8.2
  • Kinch & Lack Ltd. (R. T. Kinch)--9.7
  • King, Shirley--11.7
  • Kirschenbaum, Stephen--11.8
  • Kissinger, Henry, 1923- --10.9, 11.5, 11.7, 12.2
  • Kissinger, Nancy M.--11.5
  • Kistler, Bill--11.3
  • Knight, Cecchina--11.3, 13.3
  • Knightsbridge Films Limited (John Bryan)--1.5
  • Knowlson, James--12.2
  • Koning, Hans--6.7, 10.2 (with Poll, Martin), 10.7
  • Korman-Larner Associates Inc. (Lionel Larner)--3.12
  • Kubrick, Stanley--7.11
  • Kurt Hellmer (Firm) (Jeannette Zimmermann)--6.7
  • Labisse, Félix, 1905- --5.9
  • Lamothe, François de--11.3, 11.6, 12.2
  • Landry, Elaine--7.5
  • Langton, Basil--1.2
  • Lantz, Robert--6.5 (with Weissberger & Frosch), 7.11, 28.5
  • Lantz Office Incorporated--11.6 (with Tunney, Kieran)
  • Lastfogel, Abe, 1898-1984--4.12
  • Laughton, Charles, 1899-1962--5.4
  • Lavery, Emmet, 1902- --31.3
  • Lawler, Eleanor W.--1.2
  • Lawrence, Harding--11.3
  • Lebherz, Richard--11.3
  • Lebworth, Marion Joseph--6.4
  • Ledley, Ann--5.6
  • Lefkowitz, Elliot J.--11.3, 11.7, 18.11, 28.5, 29.4
  • Lenoir, Jack--8.2
  • Leslie, Dudley G.--5.17
  • Levingston, John--6.7
  • Lewis, Roger H.--6.7
  • Lewis and Young Productions (Firm) (Howard Young)--3.7
  • Liberman, Tatyana--see IAkovleva, Tat’iana, 1906-1991
  • Lieberson, Goddard, 1911-1977--11.3
  • Lighthill, Brian--30.1
  • Linden & Deutsch (Firm) (Bella L. Linden)--4.4
  • Little Sisters of the Poor (London, England) (Sister Etienne Marie)--11.9
  • Littman, Marguerite--11.6, 11.8-9
  • Lladó, Pilar--11.6
  • Lobkowicz, Edouard de--10.7
  • Lomax, Margaret--10.9 (subject), 11.3
  • London Artists Limited (Michael Anderson)--6.4
  • London Film Productions (H. Boxall)--31.3
  • London International (Firm) (Robin Fox)--1.10
  • London Management & Representation Ltd. (Tristram Owen, Adrian Pryce-Jones, Dennis van Thal)--2.3, 2.7-8, 3.8-9, 10.5, 33.5
  • London Representation (International) Ltd. (Dennis van Thal)--1.9
  • London Theatrical Productions Ltd. (Peggie Faulkner)--4.8
  • Long, Roger A.--8.2
  • López Figueroa, Carral y Companía (Francisco López Figueroa)--7.10
  • Lourau, Marianna--6.6
  • Loverd, William T. (Alfred A. Knopf)--11.6, 11.9, 28.5
  • Luce, Claire--6.7
  • Lucy Kroll Agency (Jill Dargeon, Lucy Kroll)--2.3, 2.7-8, 6.4, 6.7
  • Lutz and Carr (Firm) (Robert M. Carr, William Herman, Edward O. Lutz)--9.9
  • Lympany, Moura, 1916- --10.7, 29.1
  • M. Berman Ltd. (Monty Berman)--2.7
  • MCA (England) Ltd. (Laurence Evans)--5.2-3, 5.9, 6.1, 6.10, 10.2
  • McCall’s (J’Anne Snyder)--1.6
  • McCann, Fitzgerald, Roche & Dudley (Firm) (John P. McCarthy)--10.9 (with Guthrie, Tyrone)
  • McComas, George--28.7
  • MacDonald, Pirie--1.2
  • McDonnell, Donald N.--28.8
  • MacGrath, Leueen--11.6-7, 28.5
  • McGregor, Maudie--9.7
  • McLaughlin, Patrick (Parish of Saint Anne with SS. Peter and Thomas, Soho)--31.3
  • McNamara, L. K.--11.1
  • Malone, Dudley Field, d. 1990 (Dudley Field Malone, Inc.)--2.6
  • Maloney, Kitty--see Moloney, Catherine
  • Man, Robert de--11.9
  • Man Ray, 1890-1976--11.3
  • Manificat, Eugene--31.3
  • Mante-Proust, Patrice--31.5
  • Margaret, Princess, Countess of Snowdon, 1930- --10.7 (with Snowdon, Earl of)
  • Margrove Productions, Inc. (Susan Roy)--6.5
  • Marpol Productions Inc. (Martin Poll)--1.1
  • Martin Tahse Enterprises, Inc. (Martin Tahse)--6.3
  • Martonplay Ltd. (Elisabeth Marton)--28.5
  • Maugham, Robin, 1916-1981--6.6-7, 10.7
  • Max Pflaum Fur Corp.--18.10
  • Maximilian Productions Limited (N. B. Dill, Jr., Peter Glenville, Nicolas Trollope, Fred Worsley)--2.7, 3.14, 4.1, 4.7, 7.13, 10.9 (with Frosch, Aaron R.), 33.4
  • Mdivani, Nina--6.5
  • Mediterranée Cinéma (Firm) (Georges Cheyko)--3.14
  • Mehle, Aileen--11.7
  • Melleney, Victor, Sr.--10.5
  • Merrick, David, 1911- --1.2
  • Messel, Oliver, 1904-1978--10.7, 10.9
  • Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (Warren Brown, Mort Engelberg, James Hill, Seymour H. Lesser, Arthur M. Loew, Jr., A. Ronald Lubin, Benjamin Melniker, Robert H. O’Brien, Frank E. Rosenfelt, Joseph Sarro, Dan S. Terrell, Russell Thacher, Robert Vogel)--2.3-4, 2.7-11, 3.3, 3.14, 4.1-2, 4.7, 5.7, 5.19, 6.5-7, 7.11, 7.13, 10.7
  • Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. Law Dept. (Robert L. Oppenheim)--7.13
  • Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer British Studios Ltd. (Lawrence P. Bachmann, Carole Barker, Merle Chamberlin, Judith Coxhead, Arvid Griffen, Irene Howard, Jack King, J. Page, Norman Swindell, Sam Williams, Fred Worsley)--1.1, 2.6-8, 2.11, 3.5, 4.7, 5.19, 6.3, 7.11, 7.13-14, 8.2
  • Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer International Inc. (Clark Ramsay, Maurice Silverstein)--7.11
  • Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Pictures Ltd. (Jack King)--30.2
  • Metropolitan Opera (New York, N.Y.) (Rudolf Bing, Herman E. Krawitz)--1.2
  • Michael Shurtleff (Firm)--see Shurtleff, Michael
  • Midland Bank Limited (A. E. Harding)--12.8. 12.13, 18.9
  • Mielziner, Jo, 1901- --2.6, 5.5, 11.3
  • Milikin, Paul--4.4
  • Miller, Gilbert--5.8
  • Minot, Dominique--8.2
  • Mirage Film Productions Limited (Alexander Jacobs)--6.7
  • Mirisch Films Limited (Richard Carruth)--30.4
  • Mirisch Production Company (Dick Carruth, Golda Offenheim)--30.1-2
  • Mitchell, Maddy--28.5
  • Mitchell, Ray--11.3, 29.9
  • Mitford, Nancy, 1904-1973--31.2
  • Moloney, Catherine “Kitty”--11.3, 29.2 (subject)
  • Mooney & Co.--13.9
  • Moore, Brian, 1921-1999--11.3
  • Moorehead, Caroline (The Times)--11.6
  • Moram Productions Limited (Helga Moray)--6.6
  • Moss, Paul (Howard E. Reinheimer [and] Irving Cohen)--5.9
  • Motion Picture Association of America (Geoffrey M. Shurlock, Jack Valenti)--1.5, 2.10, 5.16
  • Mozzoni, Marina Cicogna--see Cicogna, Marina
  • Munsel-Schuler Productions, Inc. (Dorothy O’Neill, Robert C. Schuler)--6.3, 6.5
  • Muriel Wilkinson (Firm) (Muriel Wilkinson)--18.9
  • Murphy, Muriel Oxenberg--11.6
  • Museum of Modern Art (New York, N.Y.) (Willard Van Dyke, Gray Williams, Jr.)--2.9
  • Myers & Fleischmann (Firm) (Richard Myers)--31.3
  • Myron Selznick (London) Ltd. (Jill de la Motte)--6.1
  • National Catholic Theatre Conference (Sister Mary Immaculate)--33.4
  • Neal, Biddy--9.7
  • Neilson, Richard--7.5
  • Nesbitt, Cathleen, 1888- --2.6
  • Nesbitte, ____--6.3
  • New Dramatists Committee Incorporated (Rea Warg)--1.2
  • New York City Center Theatre Company (Jean Dalrymple)--5.9
  • New York Times (Sam Zolotow)--9.5
  • New York University. Lectures Committee--10.7
  • Newman, Paul, 1925- --28.5
  • Nicola, Ion--6.8
  • Nijinsky, Romola de Pulszky--6.6
  • Noble, ____--28.4 (with Great Britain. Aliens Dept.)
  • Nolan, Grizelda--28.4 (with Crisham, Walter)
  • Nolan, Margaret--8.2
  • Noon, Terry--10.9
  • North, Steven--8.2
  • Northern Transport Travel Bureau (C. F. Allmand)--9.7
  • O____, Edward--11.7, 11.9, 28.5
  • O’Brien, Robert H.--7.11
  • O’Bryen, Conor (Evening Press)--33.5
  • Office Artistique International (Ninon Tallon Karlweis, A. Rothschild, Ninon Tallon)--31.2-3
  • Old Conna Hill Hotel (Old Conna, Ireland) (Cyril, Count McCormack)--5.16
  • Olivier, Laurence, 1907-1989--10.5, 10.7, 28.5
  • Onassis, Jacqueline Kennedy, 1929- --10.7
  • Ortus Films Limited (John Sutro)--4.8
  • Osbiston, Alan--2.7
  • Osborne, John, 1929- --11.3, 11.6
  • O’Toole, Peter, 1932- --10.9
  • Owen, Peggy--10.5
  • Pagliai, G. Bruno--11.1
  • Pakula, Alan J., 1928-1998 (Alan J. Pakula Productions)--33.5
  • Paley, William S. (William Samuel), 1901- --11.9
  • Palmer, Paul R.--10.9
  • Papell, Stan--6.3
  • Paragroup, Limited (Paul A. Rosen)--11.4
  • Paramount British Pictures Ltd. (Hal Wallis)--1.6, 3.9
  • Paramount Film Service, Ltd. (D. Peverett, H. J. Syer)--1.5-6
  • Paramount Pictures Corporation (Fred Baum, Martin S. Davis, Johanna Grant, Henri Michaud, Michael Mindlin, Jr., Martin H. Poll, Joel Rose)--1.1, 1.6, 5.14
  • Parsons, Linda--10.7
  • Partos, Paul, 1943- --5.9
  • Patrick, John, 1905-1995--3.7
  • Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison (Joan C. Daly)--5.1
  • Pearce, Vera--28.5
  • Pearson, Paul B.--11.9
  • Pecci Blunt, Anna Laetitia, 1885-1971--10.5
  • Pecci Blunt, Laetitia, 1920- --11.6
  • Peliks, Jack S.--28.5
  • Peliks, Jack S., Mrs.--28.5 (with Peliks, Jack S.)
  • Pender, Norah--33.5
  • People’s Theatre (Newcastle upon Tyne, England) (William Greenwell)--5.2
  • Personal Management Limited (Jeremy Conway)--30.1
  • Perusquía, Margarita--28.5
  • Peter Witt Associates, Inc. (Clifford Stevens, Peter Witt)--2.7, 5.6, 7.5
  • Phillips, Gene D.--11.4
  • Pickwick Bookshop (Hollywood, Calif.) (Janet Ogden)--12.10
  • Pierrepont, John--11.3
  • Pinchot, Ann (Prentice-Hall, Inc.)--10.7 (also with Gish, Lillian)
  • Piper, David--9.3
  • Playhouse Repertory Company ([Roy Franklyn])--5.12
  • Playwrights’ Company (Victor Samrock)--5.11
  • Plesch, Honoria--8.2, 11.9
  • Poets’ Theatre (Cambridge, Mass.) (Mary Manning Howe, Lyon Phelps)--5.20
  • Poitier, Sidney--28.5
  • Polikoff & Clareman (Firm)--9.8
  • Poll, Martin (Oxford Productions, Inc.)--1.1, 10.2, 28.5, 33.5
  • Pornschlegel, Hans--11.3
  • Preminger Stuart Agency (Ingo Preminger)--28.5
  • Proctor, Catherine--7.5
  • Purdy, Merlyn--1.2
  • Quin, Shirland--9.3
  • Quinn, Anthony, 1915- --1.2
  • Quinto, ____--2.6
  • Rader, Dotson--11.3, 11.6, 11.8
  • Radio Corporation of America. RCA Victor Record Division (Joe Linhart)--1.7
  • Radio Eireann (Hilton Edwards, Jack White)--33.5
  • Radiodiffusion-Télévision Française. Groupe de Recherche de Musique Concrète. Studio d’Essai (Michèle Henry, Pierre Henry)--5.9
  • Radkai, Karen--11.8
  • Ranken Ford & Chester (Firm) (Robert O. Camac)--6.2
  • Raphael, Gerriane--7.5
  • Rasponi, Lanfranco--11.3, 36.4
  • Rattigan, Terence--10.5, 10.7
  • Ravetch, Irving--31.5
  • Read, Sydney J.--28.5
  • Reeve, James--11.9
  • Reinheimer & Cohen (Firm) (Albert I. da Silva)--6.2, 8.4
  • Remus Films (P. J. Aylwin, S. W. Burridge, Arthur R. Lloyd, Jimmy [Woolf])--5.16, 10.5
  • Reynolds, Bob--11.3 (with Erwin, John)
  • Richard Stone (Firm) (Penny McManus)--30.1
  • Richards, Lexford--31.2
  • Richardson, John, 1924- --11.6, 11.9
  • Rickenbacker, William F., 1928- --11.3
  • Ridgway, Huldine--8.2
  • Ripa di Meana, Vittorio--5.19
  • Robbins Music Corporation (Arnold Maxin)--4.7
  • Robert Lantz Inc.--9.5
  • Roc’ Hongar, Richard--8.2
  • Rodgers, Tobias--11.9
  • Rogers & Cowan (Firm) (Buddy Clarke, Henry C. Rogers)--5.16, 10.2
  • Rogers, Cowan & Brenner, Inc. (Henry C. Rogers)--7.11
  • Rohan, Donald--11.7
  • Rolfe, Alan--8.2
  • Rolls-Royce Ltd. (Whitney [Straight])--4.12
  • Romilly, Eric--28.5 [see also Hiscock]
  • Romulus Films (Van Jones, Lilian Keene, Jenia Reissar, Jimmy [Woolf])--2.7, 4.12, 9.13, 10.5 (with Famous Artists Corporation), 10.7 (with Woolf, James)
  • Ros Chatto Associates Ltd. (Rosalind Chatto)--30.1
  • Rosen, Paul A.--6.8
  • Rosenman, Howard--11.9
  • Rosenthal, Laurence, 1926- --30.4
  • Rothschild, Guy de, 1909- --11.7
  • Rubin, Miles L.--28.5
  • Runciman, Steven, Sir, 1903- --28.5
  • Ruser Jewels (Firm) (William E. Ruser)--18.9
  • Ryan, D. D.--2.6
  • S. Fischer Verlag (Stefani Hunzinger)--6.8
  • St. Mary’s Dominican Convent (Dun Laoghaire, Ireland) (S. M. Albertus O.P., Sister M. Francis O.P., S. M. Magdalen O.P.)--6.3
  • Salter, James--1.1, 6.5
  • Samuel French, Inc. (H. Hayden, C. T. O’Leary, M. Abbott Van Nostrand)--4.4, 12.15
  • Saudan-Skira, Sylvia--28.6
  • Schaverien, Habermann, Simon & Co. (Derek Simon)--13.9
  • Scheider, Roy--1.2
  • Schell, Maximilian--5.6
  • Schiffer, J. Dieter--8.2
  • Schlee, Valentina--2.6
  • Schlesinger, Arthur Meier, 1917- --10.7
  • Scholastic Magazines, Inc. (Ruth Melhado)--1.6
  • Schwartz, Arthur, 1900-1984--6.7
  • Scott, Zachary, 1914-1965--7.5, 31.5
  • Seabra, Nelson G.--11.9
  • Seifert, Johannes--11.3
  • Seitz, Dran--1.2
  • Selby, Percival M.--28.4 (with Great Britain. Aliens Dept.)
  • Seligson, Tom--28.6
  • Selznick, Daniel Mayer--6.7
  • Selznick, Irene Mayer, 1907- (Irene M. Selznick Company)--5.9, 28.6
  • Selznick Company (Betty Goldsmith)--31.5
  • Seven Arts Associated Corp. (Ray Stark, David Stillman)--5.16, 6.5
  • Seven Arts Center (Firm) (Martin B. Cohen)--6.2
  • Seven Arts Productions (Gordon Carroll)--31.5
  • Seven Pines Productions Ltd. (Ronald Shedlo)--6.5
  • Sgreccia, Pio--10.9
  • Shaffer, Peter, 1926- --5.10
  • Shain, Carl--5.14
  • Sharmat, Stephen W.--6.7
  • Shaw, Peter (William Morris Agency)--11.3, 13.12
  • Shayne, Alexander--6.3
  • Shell Oil Company (M. M. Gilmore)--33.4
  • Sherek, Henry (Henry Sherek Ltd.)--33.5
  • Sherry, Norman (University of Lancaster)--10.9, 11.6
  • Shipman, Sondra--7.5
  • Shoemaker, Ann--1.2
  • Showcase Theatre (New York, N.Y.) (Mark Justin, Sylvia Leigh)--6.3, 6.7
  • Shurtleff, Michael--3.9, 30.1
  • Signoret, Simone, 1921- --4.12
  • Silverstein, Elizabeth Bryant, 1920-2005--2.6
  • Sinnott, Patricia--7.5
  • Skira, Sylvie--see Rohan, Donald; see Saudan-Skira, Sylvia
  • Skolkin, Jesse--4.8
  • Slade Brown Productions (Firm) (Slade Brown)--4.4
  • Smith, Eleanor Furneaux, Lady, 1902-1945--28.6
  • Smith, Hardy William, 1916-2001--13.4
  • Smith, Liz, 1923- (Daily News)--11.6
  • Smith, Lucy K.--see Buckley, Lucy K. Smith
  • Smith, Oliver Lemuel, 1918-1994--3.9, 11.8-9
  • Smith, Patricia--10.2
  • Snowdon, Antony Armstrong-Jones, Earl of, 1930- --10.2, 10.5, 10.7 (subject)
  • Soames, Mary (British Embassy) (Royal National Theatre)--11.9
  • Société des Auteurs et Compositeurs Dramatiques (France) (J. P. Boscq)-- 6.6
  • Société des Auteurs et Compositeurs Dramatiques (France). Services de l’Étranger (J. Boncompain)--4.4
  • Société Générale, S.A.--7.13
  • Soglo, Christophe--28.6
  • Solters, O’Rourke & Sabinson (Firm) (Lee Solters)--3.8
  • Spark, Muriel--6.8
  • Spewack, Bella Cohen, 1899- --6.2-3
  • Stapleton, Edmond D.--7.5
  • Stark, Ray--33.4
  • Statler, Gary L. Chip--11.6
  • Stavridi, Val--3.14, 4.1
  • Steiner, Bert--5.14
  • Stern, Nancy W.--5.9
  • Stevens, Roger L.--4.9, 6.10, 11.3, 11.7, 31.2-3
  • Stewart, Hugh, 1910- --6.7
  • Stillman & Stillman (Firm) (Sidney H. Levin, Louis B. Stillman)--5.14, 5.16
  • Stircéa, V.--6.5
  • Stone, Leonard--10.2
  • Straight, Beatrice--31.4
  • Surprise Productions, Ltd. (Michael Todd)--11.4
  • Sutro, John (John Sutro Partnership Limited, John Sutro Productions Ltd.)--10.2, 31.3
  • Svedjar, Honor, Lady--10.5
  • Tabori, George, 1914- --10.2
  • Tamarack Theatre, Inc. (Oliver Smith)--6.5
  • Tannen, Stanley--7.5
  • Taunton, E. Patrick--13.3
  • Taylor, Arnold--5.12, 13.3
  • Taylor, Elizabeth, 1932- --10.7 (with Burton, Richard)
  • Tennent Productions Ltd. (Binkie [Beaumont], Ian Dow, Barney, Dulcie)--4.8, 5.9, 6.1
  • Terry, Megan--28.5 (with Martonplay Ltd.)
  • Thacher, Bett--2.6
  • Thacher, Russell--11.3
  • Thalie Productions (Firm) (Thea Thalie)--9.3
  • Theater Impresariaat (Dr. J. de Blieck)--5.9
  • Theatre Arts (Leota Diesel, Peter J. Ryan)--1.6, 10.2
  • Theatre Guild (Terry Helburn, Lawrence Langner, Abby Mann, Marshall Young)--5.9, 31.2
  • Theatre Guild Films, Inc. (Philip Langner)--6.3
  • Theatre Museum (Victoria and Albert Museum) (Alexander Schouvaloff)--11.6
  • Theater 1967 (Firm) (Michael Kasdan)--3.12
  • Théâtre Montparnasse (Paris, France) (R. Renaudon)--1.3
  • Thomas, Patience--10.9 (with Lomax, Margaret)
  • Thompson, Peter--8.2, 30.1
  • Tondeur, Jean-Paul--11.9
  • Tovarich Company (Abel Farbman, Sylvia Harris)--5.18
  • Tree, Marietta, 1917- --2.6, 28.6
  • Tremaine, Virginia--13.12
  • Treneman, Bernard (The Old Parsonage, Otterbourne)--10.7, 11.8-9
  • Trianon Productions (Firm) (Mort Engelberg)--2.9
  • Tual, Denise, 1906- (Promofilm, Sol C. Siegel Productions, Inc.)--1.6, 4.12, 5.20, 6.3, 9.7, 11.6, 28.6, 31.5
  • Tunney, Kieran--11.6
  • Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corporation (Fred Kohlmar)--3.12, 4.1, 6.3, 6.6
  • Tynan, Kathleen--11.9
  • United Artists Corporation (Bill Bernstein, Mort Engelberg, Herb Jaffe, Lee Katz, Alex Whitelaw)--30.1-2, 30.4
  • United States. Navy Dept. (James Forrestal)--28.6
  • United States. President (1974-1977 : Ford)--10.9
  • United Talent, Inc. (Judith Parrish Harvey)--30.1
  • Universal Pictures Ltd. (Jay Kanter, Daniel Selznick)--4.1, 6.7
  • Ustinov, Peter--2.4
  • Vanderbilt, Jeanne Murray--2.6
  • Van der Kemp, Florence--11.8
  • Vanity Fair (David Kuhn)--11.8
  • Variety (Hal Scott)--4.12
  • Victor, Lucia--1.2, 33.5
  • Vidal, Gore, 1925- --36.4
  • Vidal, Yves--13.13
  • Vidor, King, 1894-1982--4.12
  • Villaverde, José de--8.2
  • Vogel, Julius--6.5
  • Vreeland, Diana--2.6
  • W. H. Allen & Company (John Hamer)--6.7
  • Wagner, Gerald G.--2.5, 33.4
  • Wald, Jerry, 1911-1962 (Jerry Wald Productions)--31.5
  • Waldron, Martin--1.2
  • Walter, Burgis & Co. (P. H. Blackman)--6.11
  • Walter Wanger Pictures, Inc. (Walter F. Wanger)--6.7
  • Wanger, Walter, 1894-1968 (Allied Artists)--31.4
  • Ward, John and Janet (G. Heywood Hill Ltd.)--11.7-8, 12.1-2, 28.6
  • Ward, Olivia--12.1
  • Ward, Terence--10.7, 11.3
  • Ward-Jackson, Adrian--11.7
  • Ware, James H.--5.16
  • Warner, Jack, 1896-1981--2.11
  • Warner Bros. Pictures (1923-1967) (Walter MacEwen, S. Trilling, Jack Warner)--5.16
  • Warner Bros.-Seven Arts International Limited (Regine Held)--5.19
  • Warren, Whitney--11.3
  • Watts, Stephen--31.4
  • Wedell, Charles--29.2 (subject)
  • Weissberger, L. Arnold, 1907-1981--4.4, 5.8, 6.8, 9.8, 11.3
  • Weissberger & Frosch (Firm) (Seth Dansky, Aaron R. Frosch, Elliot J. Lefkowitz, Howard O. LeShaw, Joel E. Mann, Seymour Reitknecht, Richard M. Rosenthal, Sarah R. Wagner, Louise White)--2.7-8, 9.7, 12.10, 28.4 (with Crisham, Walter), 28.5 (with Martonplay Ltd.), 28.6, 31.2, 33.4-5
  • Werner, Oskar, 1922-1984--4.1
  • Wesleyan University (Middletown, Conn.) (John David Maguire)--6.3
  • West, Morris L., 1916- --5.19, 10.7
  • White, Louise (Weissberger & Frosch)--7.5
  • Whitehead, Robert, 1916- --6.5
  • Whitney, Betsey Cushing Roosevelt, 1908- --2.6
  • Wiggins, Jim--11.8
  • Wilder, Billy, 1906- --29.5
  • Wilder, Clinton (Visit to a Small Planet)--28.6
  • William Goetz Productions (Firm)--9.12 (subject)
  • William Morris Agency (Charles Adams Baker, Sid Berkowitz, Robert Brand, David I. Bursten, Roger H. Davis, Charles Fels, Lou Goldberg, Howard Hausman, Leonard Hirshan, Phil Kellogg, Don Kopaloff, Abe Lastfogel, Nat Lefkowitz, Marv Minoff, Phyllis Rab, Joe Schoenfeld, Peter Shaw, Seymour Sommer, Charles Sonenclar, Ann R. Stein, Helen Strauss, Robert Youdelman)--1.1-2, 1.4-5, 2.3-4, 2.7-8, 3.8-10, 3.12, 4.1, 4.3, 4.12, 5.11, 5.14-15, 5.18, 6.2-3, 6.5 (also with Metro Goldwyn Mayer), 6.6-7, 7.6, 7.9, 9.3, 9.10, 9.12-13, 10.1, 10.2 (with Poll, Martin), 11.1, 12.15, 30.1, 31.2-4, 33.4
  • William Morris Organisation S.A.R.L. (Huguette Faget, Giovannella Zannoni)--6.8, 8.2
  • William Morris Organisation S.P.A. (Ferruccio Ferrara)--8.2
  • Willman, Noel, 1918- --10.2
  • Wilson, Angus, 1913-1991--5.2, 6.8
  • Wilson, Scott William--12.1
  • Windward Productions, Inc. (Robert Emmett Ginna)--6.6-7
  • Wittop, Freddy--12.1
  • Wood, Natalie--6.6
  • Woodland, Anna--10.2, 10.7
  • Woodward, Elsie--2.6
  • Woolf, James, 1919-1966 (Romulus Films Ltd.)--10.2, 10.5 (with Crisham, Walter), 10.7 (subject), 11.6, 28.6
  • Worsley, Fred--2.7
  • Wrenne, Val--6.5
  • Writers Guild of America, West (Mary Dorfman, David P. Harmon)--1.6, 12.7
  • Wylie, John--10.5
  • Wyndham Theatres Ltd. (Donald Albery)--5.20
  • Yale Dramatic Association (C. M. Converse, Jr.)--5.12
  • Zinnemann, Fred, 1907- --10.5 (with Guinness, Alec)

Unidentified correspondents:


  • Anne and [?]ing (1974)--11.3
  • Babe/Bebe (1974)--11.3
  • Bill and Helen--28.6
  • Byron?--11.7
  • Carl? (Rashomon connection?)--28.6
  • Carmen and Jim (San Miguel de Allende)--11.7
  • Carole and Luciano (Rome, 1974)--11.3
  • Charles? (surname A or B?, Rome, 1969)--10.8
  • Charlie (Charles Baker of William Morris?, 1967)--2.6
  • Chiquita (England, 1991)--12.1
  • Chuck and Dick (first night telegram, 1957)--28.6
  • Craig (North Port, Fla., 1982)--11.6
  • David (1992)--12.1
  • Don and Chris--11.7
  • Dorothy (friend of Smith family?, 1974)--11.3
  • Fern (surname G?, “cable Treefern, Barbados”)--11.6
  • Gwen? (Anacapri, 1958)--28.4 (with Greene, Graham)
  • Harold (905 Nelson House, Dolphin Square SW.1, 1971)--30.4
  • Honor (1962)--33.5
  • Jack (1974)--11.3
  • Jim (letterhead of Robert Fryer and Lawrence Carr, 1959)--28.6
  • Jo (San Miguel de Allende)--11.7
  • Lee (765 Park Avenue, 1990)--12.1
  • Lillian (1990)--11.7
  • Lindy (4 Holland Villas Road W.14, 1989)--12.1
  • Lydia (1982)--11.6
  • Mark (1990)--11.7
  • Mary (“ML” cypher, 1981)--11.6
  • Mary and Laurie (not Laurence Evans?, 1996?)--28.6
  • Mildred, Hub, Jane & Judy (1974)--11.3
  • Mimi? (1974)--11.3
  • Monie or Monica? (1967)--2.6
  • Neal R? (1974)--11.3
  • Pat and Willy [not Buckley?] (first night telegram, 1957)--28.6
  • Paul and Sigrid (House of Commons)--11.7-8
  • Prudence--11.7
  • Riccardo (Rome)--10.9
  • Ruth? S? (1974)--11.3
  • Saul? of American Heritage--11.6
  • Sim (Il Sottosegretario di Stato per gli Affari Esteri)--12.1
  • Simone [Signoret?] (first night telegram, 1959)--28.6
  • Stanley? (Staten Island, 1976)--10.9
  • Stephen and Iona (5 Edwardes Sq., London W.8)--11.6
  • Steven and Joan (San Miguel de Allende)--11.6
  • Teddy, Richard & [?] (1974)--11.3
  • Vicki (1962)--33.5
  • Walter (340 East 52nd Street, 1954)--31.2
  • Walter (1967)--2.6
  • Winnie? (1974)--11.3
  • ? of 998 Fifth Ave., New York (1980)--11.6

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