University of Texas, Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center

Mel Gussow:

An Inventory of His Collection at the Harry Ransom Center



Creator: Gussow, Mel, 1933-2005
Title: Mel Gussow Collection
Dates: circa 1920s-2008 (bulk 1960-2004)
Abstract: The Mel Gussow Collection, circa 1920s-2008 (bulk 1960-2004), consists of article and manuscript drafts, interview notes and transcripts, correspondence, scrapbooks, photographs, subject files, clippings, published material, and sound recordings belonging to theater critic and writer Mel Gussow.
Extent: 191 document boxes, 2 oversize document boxes, 21 oversize boxes, 2 flat files, 1 galley file (81.06 linear feet)
Language: English and French
Repository: The University of Texas at Austin, Harry Ransom Center

Biographical Sketch

Mel Gussow was born on December 19, 1933, in New York, New York, to Don and Betty Gussow. He attended Public School 192 in Brooklyn and Wilson Elementary School, Southside Junior High School, and Southside High School in Rockville Center, New York. In 1951, he enrolled at Middlebury College in Middlebury, Vermont, where he gained his first experience in journalism as Editor-in-Chief and contributor to the campus newspaper, Middlebury Campus. He received a Bachelor of Arts degree in English in 1955 and then enrolled at Columbia Graduate School of Journalism the same year. After completing his graduate degree in 1956, Gussow entered the United States Army and was assigned to Headquarters Area Command (HAC) in Heidelberg, Germany, for two years. While there, he was Editor of the HAC Post.

Gussow worked as editorial assistant and later associate editor for the cultural department at Newsweek beginning in 1959. In 1969 he joined the staff of the New York Times, where he wrote more than 4,000 reviews, articles, profiles, and obituaries. In addition, Gussow frequently contributed profiles and reviews of theater, films, and books to magazines and newspapers including Playboy, Cosmopolitan, Esquire, Ladies' Home Journal, and McCall's. For the New Yorker, Gussow introduced some of theater's important, though lesser-known, personalities to a larger audience through in-depth profiles of Athol Fugard, Michael Gambon, Al Hirschfeld, Bill Irwin, and Margaret "Peggy" Ramsay. During the 1978 newspaper strike, Gussow regularly reviewed theater for WNET's Special Edition, and in 1979 he began a regular broadcast of theater reviews for WQXR radio, which lasted for 13 years.

Gussow's first book, Don't Say Yes Until I Finish Talking: A Biography of Darryl F. Zanuck (1971), details the colorful life and career of one of Hollywood's last Golden Age studio bosses. He later wrote and edited eight books related to American and British theater and contributed introductions or essays to several other works. As part of his Conversations with… series, Gussow published four volumes of selected excerpts from his interviews with English playwright, director, and actor Harold Pinter (1994), British playwright Tom Stoppard (1995), Irish writer and playwright Samuel Beckett (1996), and American playwright Arthur Miller (2002), a format he continued with his book about the British actor Michael Gambon, Michael Gambon: A Life in Acting (2004).

When the New York Times became fully computerized and purged its clippings morgue, Gussow reclaimed his reviews and articles--often about then-unknown playwrights and actors, experimental theater productions, Off-Broadway and Off-Off-Broadway productions--and published Theatre on the Edge: New Visions, New Voices (1998). This selected anthology of Gussow's previously published pieces demonstrates his pioneering interest in new and soon-to-emerge talent and alternative theater. His reviews were often the first to appear for these productions, many of which went on to receive awards and enjoy long-run successes. Gussow's criticism helped launch the careers of many actors and playwrights, including Miguel Piñero, David Mamet, Sam Shepard, Kevin Kline, Meryl Streep, and Sigourney Weaver.

In 1962, Edward Albee's Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? debuted at the Billy Rose Theatre on Broadway. Gussow's enthusiastic review of the play was his first Broadway review for Newsweek, thus beginning Gussow's life-long interest in Albee's work and career. In 1993, Gussow began work on a full-length biography of the playwright. Albee gave Gussow full access to his letters and other personal papers and generous amounts of his time in extended and candid interviews. Edward Albee: A Singular Journey (1999) was described by many critics as a definitive biography of the playwright. It won praise from reviewers for its close analysis of the relationship between events in Albee's life and his theatrical works, and for its gripping narrative of the playwright's dazzling early success, subsequent theatrical failures, and triumphant comeback. In 2000, Edward Albee: A Singular Journey received the Theatre Library Association's George Freedley Memorial Award, a prize awarded annually to the year's most significant work of theater scholarship.

A frequent participant in cultural events and symposia in New York, across the United States, and abroad, Gussow appeared as a guest speaker at many conferences, readings, tributes, and other gatherings, including the Ransom Center's 1996 Flair Symposium. Most notable among these was a lecture series titled "The Filmmakers," organized by New York University's School of Continuing Education in the 1970s. The series combined film screenings with interview/discussion sessions with directors, actors, screenwriters, critics, and others in the film industry. Guests included Mike Nichols, Woody Allen, William Friedkin, Sidney Lumet, Mel Brooks, Robert Evans, Pauline Kael, Dustin Hoffman, Gene Hackman, Faye Dunaway, and Katharine Hepburn, among many others. Gussow also supported theatrical artists as a committee member and/or nominator for several awards and fellowships, including the Helen Merrill Awards, the Pulitzer Prize, the Susan Smith Blackburn Prize, the Theater Hall of Fame Awards, and the John Simon Guggenheim and John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur fellowship programs.

Gussow himself received several awards, including the George Jean Nathan Award for Dramatic Criticism (1979), a John Simon Guggenheim Fellowship (1979) to research and write the history of the New York Shakespeare Festival, and a Rockefeller Foundation Grant in 2003 for a residency at the Bellagio Center to write his proposed memoir, A Life In and Out of the Theater. Unfortunately, he was unable to attend due to illness and never began this work. He served as President of the New York Drama Critics' Circle from 1988 to 1991.

In the mid-1990s, Gussow's cultural coverage at the Times expanded to include feature articles based on interviews with literary and other notable people from a variety of artistic disciplines. Among the subjects of these articles were the artists Edward Gorey and David Hockney; fiction writers V. S. Naipaul (a friend of Gussow's since the 1970s), John Irving, Robertson Davies, Paul Bowles, Umberto Eco, and Richard Russo; and historian Simon Schama.

Throughout his career at the Times, Gussow occasionally wrote about current events in New York City, such as his coverage of the arts policy of Mayor Abraham Beame's administration. An unexpected and dramatic intersection between Gussow's personal life and his professional interest in New York City's news occurred on March 6, 1970, when the townhouse next door to Gussow's on West 11th Street exploded as five members of the Weatherman organization were assembling a bomb. Gussow wrote about the incident for New York magazine in 1971 and continued to follow the story over the decades. On the 30th anniversary of the blast, the Times published Gussow's personal history of the event, "The House on West 11th Street."

Mel Gussow died of cancer on April 29, 2005. He was survived by his wife Ann and son Ethan.


Scope and Contents

The Mel Gussow Collection, circa 1920s-2008 (bulk 1960-2004), consists of article and manuscript drafts, interview notes and transcripts, correspondence, scrapbooks, photographs, subject files, clippings, published material, and sound recordings belonging to theater critic and writer Mel Gussow. The bulk of the archive documents Gussow's professional life, beginning with his brief assignment as a journalist in the United States Army through his nearly forty years as theater and cultural critic for the New York Times. The relatively small volume of personal papers focuses on Gussow's school years and the Gussow family. The papers are organized into five series: I. Works, II. Collected Material, III. Correspondence, IV. Personal and Professional Papers, and V. Works by Others.

Series I. Works includes notes, drafts, interview transcripts, clippings, correspondence, and other material associated with Gussow's books, articles, essays, and reviews. Gussow wrote and edited nine books highlighting American and British theater and the careers of some of the twentieth century's most acclaimed playwrights, directors, producers, and performers. This series is arranged into three subseries: A. Books, B. Journalism, and C. Other Writings.

The extensive subject files contained in Series II. Collected Material complement Gussow's works. Topics include film, stage, and television actors; authors; playwrights; theater companies; productions; and general topics such as "film rights" or "black theater." Notes, interview transcripts, clippings, and other reference material form the bulk of the material in this series. These files also often contain drafts and clippings of Gussow's reviews and articles.

Series III. Correspondence consists of incoming and outgoing letters between Gussow and actors, writers, playwrights, directors, and other professional associates. While the correspondent is frequently notable, the letters are often brief or acknowledgments of Gussow's reviews or articles. Significant correspondence, such as with Edward Albee and Darryl Zanuck, is often filed in Series I. Works and Series II. Collected Material. Correspondents' names are listed in the Index of Correspondents located at the end of this finding aid.

Series IV. Personal and Professional Papers contains Gussow's childhood and university records, contracts, appointment books, early writings, employment files, family papers, photographs, and material associated with his professional affiliations and army career. The files are in alphabetical order by topic.

Published and unpublished scripts and other writings sent to Gussow by various playwrights and authors form Series V. Works by Others. The works are arranged alphabetically by author's surname and in cases where there is more than one work by an author, the works are further arranged alphabetically by title.

The Mel Gussow Collection includes numerous documents that were typed or printed on highly acidic paper. Over time, these sheets have deteriorated and are now very fragile. In order to diminish further deterioration caused by frequent handling, many documents have been photocopied with the copy filed in front of the original.


Restrictions

Access:

Open for research


Index Terms

People
Albee, Edward, 1928-
Beckett, Samuel, 1906-1989.
Fugard, Athol.
Gambon, Michael.
Gussow, Mel, 1933-2005.
Hirschfeld, Al.
Hoffman, Dustin, 1937-
Irwin, Bill, 1950-
Mankiewicz, Joseph L.
Miller, Arthur.
Naipaul, V. S. (Vidiadhar Surajprasad), 1932.
Nichols, Mike.
Papp, Joseph.
Pinter, Harold, 1930-2008.
Ramsay, Margaret, 1908-1991.
Stoppard, Tom.
Williams, Tennessee, 1911-1983.
Zanuck, Darryl Francis, 1902-1979.
Organizations
New York Shakespeare Festival.
New York Times.
New Yorker.
Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corporation.
Weatherman (Organization).
Subjects
Authors and publishers.
Experimental theater--20th century.
Journalism--United States.
Motion picture industry-- California--Los Angeles.
Off-Broadway theater.
Off-Off-Broadway theater.
Theater critics
Theater--Great Britain--20th century.
Theater--United States--20th century.
Document Types
Calendars.
Clippings.
Correspondence.
Galley proofs.
Manuscripts.
Photographs.
Publications.
Scrapbooks.
Scripts.
Serials (publications).
Sound recordings.
Theatre programs.
Transcripts

Related Material

Other repositories with material related to Mel Gussow include the Mandeville Special Collections Library at The University of California San Diego and Yale University Library.


Separated Material

Over 900 sound recordings (most are audio cassettes with a few reel-to-reel tapes) of Gussow's interviews with actors, playwrights, writers, and directors have been separated from the collection and are housed in the Ransom Center's Sound Recordings Collection. The tapes span the years 1978-2003 and there are often multiple tapes per interview session. Interview transcripts, both in synopsis and verbatim form, may be found in Series I. Works and Series II. Collected Material. Interview names are listed in the Index of Interviews located at the end of this finding aid. Books received with the collection have been separated and housed in the Ransom Center's Book Collection. Computer disks containing works and slide shows have been separated from the collection and are housed in the Ransom Center's Electronic Records Collection. Four VHS tapes depicting tributes to or panels with Arthur Miller and Edward Albee have been separated from the collection and are housed in the Ransom Center's Moving Image Collection.


Administrative Information

Acquisition:

Gift, 2009 (G5134)

Processed by:

Amy E. Armstrong and Ancelyn Krivak, 2010


Sources:

In addition to material found within the Mel Gussow collection, the following sources were used:

McKinley, Jesse. "Mel Gussow, Critic, Dies at 71; a Champion of Playwrights."  New York Times, 1 May 2005.

"Mel Gussow."  Contemporary Authors Online, http://galenet.galegroup.com (accessed May 2010).


Series Descriptions

Series I. Works, 1924-2004 (53 document boxes, 17 oversize boxes)

Series I. Works includes notes, drafts, interview transcripts, clippings, and other items associated with Gussow's books, articles, essays, and reviews. This series is arranged into three subseries: A. Books, B. Journalism, and C. Other Writings. Gussow wrote eight books, most of them related to American and British theater, edited Tennessee Williams: Plays 1937-1955 and Plays 1957-1980 (co-editor, two volumes, 2000), and contributed introductions or essays to several other books. Published works include: Don't Say Yes Until I Finish Talking: A Biography of Darryl F. Zanuck (1971), Conversations with Pinter (1994), Conversations with Stoppard (1995), Conversations with [and about] Beckett (1996), Theatre on the Edge: New Visions, New Voices (1998), Edward Albee: A Singular Journey (1999), Conversations with Miller (2002), and Michael Gambon: A Life in Acting (2004). In addition, Gussow contributed essays and introductions to several books and regularly contributed an essay about Off-Off Broadway to Best Plays Theater Yearbook.
Subseries A. Books is arranged in alphabetical order by title, and within each title the folders generally follow the order of literary production, from research notes to publication drafts. When applicable, related material for publicity, reviews, and correspondence follows the drafts. Because Gussow often re-purposed his research files for his books, articles, and reviews, see also Series. II Collected Material for additional items, such as interview transcripts, photographs, clippings, programs, and other printed matter.
Although Gussow's first book, Don't Say Yes Until I Finish Talking: A Biography of Darryl F. Zanuck, was not an "authorized" biography, Zanuck lent his full cooperation and support to Gussow. Zanuck provided Gussow with complete access and met with him regularly for interviews. Because interviews with Zanuck and his family, friends, and associates were conducted specifically for this work, interview transcripts are filed within this series. Of particular interest are manuscript drafts annotated by Zanuck; he typically wrote his comments and suggestions using a blue, felt-tipped pen. Correspondence with Zanuck and his associates is filed within this series and is also noteworthy. For additional Zanuck-related material, see also Series II. Collected Material.
Gussow completed similar research about playwright Edward Albee for his book Edward Albee: A Singular Journey. Transcripts of interviews with Albee, his friends, and his artistic collaborators are filed in this series, along with manuscript drafts of the book, one of which is annotated by Albee. Gussow's research materials for the book, which he originally labeled as Albee's "Chronology," have been maintained in their original order, with the original folder titles. Albee granted Gussow extensive access to his personal papers and correspondence, and even provided Gussow with originals and photocopies of his letters. The collection arrived at the Ransom Center with a significant amount of this correspondence; however, all of the original and most of the photocopied letters were returned to Albee at his request after the collection was originally processed. Therefore, there are significant gaps in the correspondence and the sequential numbering of the folders and boxes; however, Gussow's system of organizing correspondence both by date and correspondent has been preserved. Also collected in this series are reviews of, and correspondence regarding, the finished book, some of which were originally bound together as a scrapbook by Gussow. These items were removed for preservation purposes, but the original order of items was maintained. For additional Albee-related material, see also Series II. Collected Material.
Because Gussow's Conversations with… series and his final book, Michael Gambon: A Life in Acting, were edited excerpts from his numerous interviews with Harold Pinter, Tom Stoppard, Samuel Beckett, Arthur Miller, and Michael Gambon, the files associated with these works contain various edited interview transcript drafts, proofs, publicity material, reviews, and related correspondence. Gussow's research files for these individuals are located in Series II. Collected Material and may include the original interview transcripts, notes, programs, other writings, correspondence, clippings, scripts, and published matter.
Subseries B. Journalism contains article drafts, clippings, WQXR segment scripts, tear sheets, memos, correspondence, research files, notes, proofs, and clippings scrapbooks used by Gussow while working as a journalist. The subseries is organized alphabetically by publication title, with General material filed at the end of the series. The segment containing the New York Times material is comprised mostly of Gussow's clipping files originally retained in the New York Times morgue. The files are arranged chronologically; however, the clippings remain unarranged within folders. Also contained in this series are fifteen scrapbooks with clippings of Gussow's Times articles and reviews.
Gussow wrote New Yorker profiles for Athol Fugard, Al Hirschfeld, Bill Irwin, and Margaret "Peggy" Ramsay. These files are arranged alphabetically by the subject's name and include typescript drafts, galley and page proofs, correspondence, and related material. Series II. Collected Material contains Gussow's research files for these individuals. Also included in this subseries are typescripts and tear sheets from Gussow's book and theater reviews published in Playboy, as well as typescripts and clippings of Gussow's early writings for Newsweek.
For thirteen years between 1979 and 1993, Gussow broadcast a daily theater segment on WQXR, the radio station owned by the New York Times. These scripts are arranged chronologically; however, there is a gap in coverage between 1984 and 1985, when Gussow's program was canceled and replaced by a program hosted by Times Broadway critic Frank Rich.
In addition to books and articles, Gussow contributed essays and introductions to several books and regularly contributed an essay about Off-Off Broadway for Best Plays Theater Yearbook. Subseries C. Other Writings contains drafts and notes for these and other writings.



Series II. Collected Material, 1933-2008 (109 boxes)

Series II. Collected Material comprises Gussow's subject files used for his reference and writings. Subjects include actors, authors, playwrights, theater companies, productions, and general topics such as "film rights" or "black theater." Folders are arranged in alphabetical order by title, often transcribed from Gussow's original folders. Folder volume varies significantly from subjects represented by only a single clipping to subjects that fill multiple folders. Files for individuals who were the subject of a book by Gussow, such as Edward Albee, Samuel Beckett, and Darryl Zanuck, are quite extensive. Contents may include notes, interview transcripts, typescript drafts, original and/or photocopied clippings, correspondence, photographs, scripts, publication proofs, receipts, contracts, royalty statements, production programs, playbills, publicity material, posters, magazines, and material related to symposia, public appearances, and tributes. Interview names are listed in the Index of Interview Transcripts located at the end of this finding aid.



Series III. Correspondence, circa 1950s-2005 (6 boxes)

Correspondence consists of incoming and some outgoing letters between Gussow and actors, writers, playwrights, directors, and other professional associates. Important correspondence, in particular letters from Edward Albee and Darryl Zanuck, is often filed in Series I. Works or in Series II. Collected Material. Correspondent names are listed in the Index of Correspondents located at the end of this finding aid.



Series IV. Personal and Professional Papers, 1940-2005 (16 boxes, 1 oversize box)

Series IV. Personal and Professional Papers contains Gussow's childhood and university papers, contracts, early writings, employment files, family papers, photographs, professional affiliations, appointment books, and army material. The materials are in alphabetical order by topic.
Gussow received several awards including the George Jean Nathan Award (1979), a John Simon Guggenheim Fellowship (1979), and a Rockefeller Foundation Grant (2003). The Awards segment within this series includes material associated with these prestigious honors. Because of his knowledge of the theater and involvement in the theater community, Gussow frequently was invited to serve as a judge or nominator for various awards. The Professional Affiliations segment in this series includes correspondence, nominee packets, and reports associated with Gussow's participation on award committees. Gussow was a judge for the Susan Smith Blackburn Prize and also contributed an essay to Women Writing Plays (working title Women Write Theatre), edited by Alexis Greene, which is a published history about the Blackburn prize. Along with correspondence and clippings, Gussow's essay draft is contained within this section.
Of particular interest are Gussow's childhood, school, and university papers including report cards from his elementary school in Brooklyn to high school report cards and yearbooks. While an undergraduate student at Middlebury College in Vermont, Gussow became involved in a local controversy when he submitted an unflattering story about the Middlebury townspeople to the campus magazine, Frontiers. The fictitious story angered the townspeople and the local post office refused to send the magazine through the mail, stating that its content was obscene. Gussow was often threatened and had to issue a public apology. Material documenting this episode, along with issues of the Middlebury Campus, class assignments, and yearbooks, are included in this segment of material. Journalism assignments and stories from Gussow's graduate program at Columbia University are also included.
In the 1950s, Gussow wrote short fiction as an undergraduate and graduate student and while he was in the Army. There are often several re-worked versions of these stories arranged alphabetically by title within the Early Writings segment of this series.
Various versions of early-career resumes and cover letters, as well as two folders of response letters Gussow received from news and magazine publications declining his application for employment, are filed within Employment.
Family papers include material regarding other notable members of the Gussow family. The most voluminous segment is the papers of Gussow's father, Don Gussow, a businessman who founded and published trade magazines, such as Candy Industry. Gussow wrote several books, including Divorce Corporate Style (1972), in which he describes the sale of his publishing company to Cowles Communication, his later repurchase of the company, and the final resale to Harcourt Brace Jovanovich. Included are drafts of three unpublished books and other writings, as well as some business and personal papers.
The section of material filed within the New York Times section contains administrative and personnel memos, performance evaluations, and a large volume of clippings about the management of the New York Times organization.
Of particular interest are five folders that document Gussow's six years teaching a continuing education course at New York University titled "The Filmmakers." Gussow called upon his notable contacts in the film and entertainment industries and invited actors, directors, writers, and producers to participate in class discussions. Guests who appeared in Gussow's class included Woody Allen, Alan Arkin, Mel Brooks, Dustin Hoffman, Elia Kazan, Sidney Lumet, Mike Nichols, and numerous others. Material consists of course descriptions, correspondence, notes, and expense reports.



Series V. Works by Others, 1948-2008 (7 boxes)

Series V. Works by Others contains scripts and other writings by various playwrights and authors retained by Gussow. The works are arranged alphabetically by author's surname. In cases where there is more than one work by an author, the works are further arranged in alphabetical order by title.



Container List

Series I. Works 1924-2004

Subseries A. Books
Conversations with [and about] Beckett (1996)
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1.1-2 Draft fragments, undated
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1.3 Typescript with corrections, undated
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1.4 Page proofs with back matter drafts, 1996
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1.5 Promotional material, notes, lecture notes, catalogs, 1996
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1.6 Reviews, 1996
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1.7 Correspondence, 1995-2000
Conversations with Miller (2002)
Typescript with corrections
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1.8 June 2001
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1.9 Undated
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2.1 Correspondence, 2001-2004
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2.2 Reviews and marketing material, 2002-2003
Conversations with Pinter (1994)
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2.3-5 Typescript fragments with corrections, circa 1993-1994
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2.6 Typescript fragments, circa 1993-1994
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2.7 Typescript, 1993
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2.8 Proofs, 21 December 1993
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3.1 Page proofs, 29 December 1993
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3.2 Contract, dust jacket copy, expense receipts, clipping, publisher's catalog, 1993-1994
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3.3 Correspondence; includes Pinter's edits, 1993-1994
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3.4 Reviews, 1993-1994
Conversations with Stoppard (1995)
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3.5 Typescript with corrections, notes, undated
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3.6 Revised typescript fragments, jacket copy, notes, undated
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3.7-8 Typescripts with corrections, undated
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3.9 Chapters 6 and 7 typescript with annotations by Stoppard, undated
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3.10 Page proofs with corrections, 1995
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4.1 Correspondence, 1994-1999
Review, 1995
Excerpt for publication in American Theatre, undated
Don't Say Yes Until I Finish Talking: A Biography of Darryl F. Zanuck (1971)
Notes
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4.2-5 Reporter's notebooks, 1967-1970, undated
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4.6-7 General, circa 1966-1971
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4.8 People to Interview/'Europe Trip,' 1968-1969
Interview transcripts and summaries
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5.1-2 Zanuck, Darryl F., 1965-1969
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5.3 A-F, 1966-1969
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5.4 G-L, 1942, 1967-1979
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5.5 M-Z, 1967-1968
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5.6-6.3 Draft fragments [some with suggestions by Zanuck]; also letters, circa 1970
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6.4-7 Incomplete drafts, 1970, undated
Complete typescript drafts
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7.1-3 [Zanuck], early draft with annotations, undated
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7.4-8.1 Photocopy, undated
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8.2-6 With annotations by unidentified, undated
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9.1-2 With annotations by Zanuck and unidentified, 1969
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9.3-5 With annotations by Zanuck, circa 1970
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* Galley proof, 1971 (*removed to galley files)
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10.1-3* Photographs used in book [also some negatives and transparencies], circa 1920s-1970s (*oversize photographs removed to box 210 and flat file)
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10.4 Paste up (Da Capo Press, 1980) and dust jacket (Doubleday, 1971), 1971, 1980
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10.5 Promotional material and speech, 1969-1971
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10.6 Publisher's catalogs, 1971, 1980
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10.7 Invoices and royalty statements, 1969-1975
Correspondence
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10.8 A-F, 1966-1986
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10.9 G-M, 1966-1979
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10.10 N-Z, outgoing, 1967-2001
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11.1 Zanuck, Darryl F., 1966-1976
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11.2 Permissions; also contains draft fragments, some with Zanuck's comments, 1970
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11.3 Regarding Leonard Mosley's Zanuck book, 1984
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11.4-5* Reviews and clippings, 1971-1972 (*oversize removed to boxes 211 and 213)
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11.6 New Millennium Press edition and other Zanuck-related projects; jacket designs, foreword drafts by Richard Zanuck and revised epilogue, notes, corrections, correspondence, 1994-2004
Edward Albee: A Singular Journey (1999)
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12.1 Proposal for biography, 1993, undated
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12.2 Typescript with corrections, 'Albee corrections,' undated
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12.3-4 Typescript with corrections, 'edited,' undated
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12.5-13.1 Typescript with corrections, 'longer version,' undated
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13.2-3 Typescript with corrections [A], undated
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13.4-14.1 Typescript with corrections [B], undated
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14.2-3 Partial typescript with corrections, undated
Typescript with editor's notes
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14.4 Chapters 1-4, undated
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14.5 Chapters 5-10, undated
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15.1 Chapters 11-16, undated
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15.2 Chapter 17-end, undated
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15.3 Typescript fragments, undated
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15.4 Drafts of table of contents and timeline, undated
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15.5 Draft of index, undated
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15.6 Dust jacket designs and copy, 1999
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15.7 Dust jacket designs (Applause Books softcover edition), 2000
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15.8 Interior layout designs, 1999
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15.9 Photo captions and layout design, 1999
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15.10 Photographs [used in book], 1999
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15.11 Excerpts and adaptations, undated
Research materials ('Chronology')
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16.1 'Reed and Frances Albee,' 1924-1989
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16.2 'Adoption (birth),' 1928-1929
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16.3 'Frances Albee,' 1965-1995
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16.4 'Lawrenceville,' 1940-1997
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16.5 'Choate,' 1944-1996
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16.6 'The Zoo Story,' 1961-1968
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16.7 'American Dream/The Sandbox/The Death of Bessie Smith,' 1968, undated
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16.8 'Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?,' 1962-1992
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16.9 'Barr-Wilder,' 1969-1970
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16.10 'The Ballad of the Sad Café,' 1963-1997
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16.11 'Tiny Alice,' 1964-1976
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16.12 'A Delicate Balance,' 1966-1974
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17.1 'Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?' (film), 1964-1966, undated
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17.2 'Malcolm,' 1965-1968
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17.3 'Everything in the Garden,' 1967-1994
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17.4 'Seascape,' 1967-1976
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17.5 'Breakfast at Tiffany's,' 1966
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17.7 'All Over,' 1969-1971
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17.8 'The Lady from Dubuque,' 1965-1980
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17.9 'Lolita,' 1978-1998
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17.10 'The Man Who Had Three Arms,' 1983
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17.11 'The Show of the Seven Deadly Sins--Envy,' 1985-1993
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17.12 'A Delicate Balance,' 1996
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17.13 'Kennedy Center Honors and National Medal,' 1996
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17.14 'Reviews,' 1962-1968
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18.1* 'Three Tall Women,' 1987-1995 (*poster removed to box 210)
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18.2 'A Delicate Balance,' London, 1997
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18.3 'Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?,' 1996
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18.4 'Tiny Alice,' 1998
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18.5 'The Zoo Story/The American Dream, Alley Theatre,' March 1999
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18.6 'Interviews,' 1962-1963
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18.7 'Regional,' 1991-1997
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18.8 'Clippings,' 1961-1997
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18.9 'The Play About the Baby,' 1998
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18.10 'The Play About the Baby, Houston,' 2000
Correspondence
Albee's letters arranged chronologically
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19.6 1980s
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19.7 1984-1985
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19.8 1995
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19.9 1996
Albee's letters arranged by correspondent
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20.6 Braun, Pinkas, 1958-1996
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20.7 Brown, Jim, 1975-1977
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20.8 Brustein, Robert, 1960-1998
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20.9 C, 1959-1975
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20.10 Diamond, David, 1958-1996
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20.11 Farland, Noel, 1978-1996
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20.13-14 Flanagan, William, 1943-1980
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21.2 Fonda, Henry, 1998, undated
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21.3 Guare, John, 1977-1998
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21.4 Gussow, Mel, 1963-1987
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21.5 G-K, 1984-1997
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21.6 Hagen, Uta, 1962-2004
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21.7 Hall, Peter, 1968-1998
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21.8 Howard, Richard, 1937-1997
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21.9 Inge, William, 1958-1995
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21.11 Kerr, Deborah, 1974-1998
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21.12 L-M, 1961-1999
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21.13 McNally, Terrence, 1961-1998
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21.14 Moss, Howard, 1966-1998
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21.15 Nevelson, Louise, 1979
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21.16 N-O-P, 1966-1998
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21.17 Parone, Edward, 1961-1997
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22.1 Rice, Charles, 1963
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22.2 Rigg, Diana, 1996
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22.3 Rorem, Ned, 1959-1998
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22.5 Schneider, Alan, 1960-1986
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22.6 Steinbeck, John and Elaine, 1962-1995
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22.7 S-T, 1958-1998
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22.9 Tillstrom, Burr, 1971-1999
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22.11 Weissinger, Jr., Muir, 1961-1999
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22.12 Wilder, Thornton, 1954-1998
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22.15 Zeffirelli, Franco, 1963-1967
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22.17-23.2 Copies [of Albee's correspondence], 1960-1997
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23.3 Permissions, 1998-2001
Regarding biography
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23.4 1994-1999
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23.5-24.1-2 1999-2003
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24.3 Regarding events, 1979-1998
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24.4 Regarding London publication, 1999
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24.5 1993-1994
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24.6-7 1995
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25.1-2 1996
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25.3-4 1997
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26.1 1998-1999
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26.2 Undated
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27.1 A, 1994-1998
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27.2 A-B, 1996-1997
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27.3 Carter, Myra, 1998
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27.4 C-G, 1994-1998
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27.5 H-K, 1996-1998
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28.1 L-R, 1995-1998
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28.2 Seldes, Marian, 1996-1998
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28.3 Stritch, Elaine, 1996-1999
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28.4 Strouse, Charles, 1995
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28.5 S, 1995-1998
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28.6 T-Z, 1995-1998
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28.7 Worth, Irene, 1990-1998
Notes
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29.1-4 General, undated
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29.5 City University of New York event, 1997
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30 Reporter's notebooks, 1996-1999, undated
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31.1 Promotional material, 1998-2000
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31.2-4 Readings, signings, and other events, 1999-2004
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32.1-4 Reviews [of Edward Albee: A Singular Journey], 1999-2000
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32.5 Reviews [of Edward Albee: A Singular Journey], excerpts, undated
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33.1-2 Scrapbook [unbound], correspondence and reviews of Edward Albee, Conversations with Stoppard, and Theatre on the Edge, 1995-2000
Michael Gambon: A Life in Acting (2004)
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34.1 Incomplete typescript, pages 1-68, undated
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34.2 Typescript draft [A], undated
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34.3-4 Typescript draft [B], undated
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34.5 Typescript draft [C], undated
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34.6-7 Typescript draft with corrections [D], undated
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35.1-2 Typescript draft with corrections [E], undated
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35.3 Typescript draft with corrections by Nick Hern, January 2004
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35.4 Typescript draft with minor corrections, undated
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35.5 Uncorrected, 2004
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35.6 With corrections, 2004
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35.7 Notes, circa 2003-2004
Jacket copy and designs, Introduction draft, 2003-2004
Correspondence, 2003-2004
Promotional material, 2003-2004
Reviews, 2004
Tennessee Williams: Plays 1937-1955 and Plays 1957-1980 (co-editor, two volumes, 2000)
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36.1-2 Correspondence, notes, and draft fragments, 1997-2001
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36.3 Promotional readings and material, 2000-2001
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36.4 Reviews, 2000-2001
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36.5 Catalogs, 1998-2000
Theatre on the Edge: New Visions, New Voices (1998)
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36.6 Draft fragments, previously published articles, missing pages from page proofs, and notes, 1987-1998
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36.7-37.1 Typescript draft with pages inserted and missing pages, undated
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37.2-4 March 1998 [with corrections]
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37.5-7 April 1998 [pages missing]
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38.1-3 May 1998 [pages missing]
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38.4-6 June 1998 [pages missing]
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38.7 Correspondence, 1997-1998
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38.8 Reviews and public readings, 1998-1999
Subseries B. Journalism
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39.1 Cosmopolitan, "The Young Male Executive"; notes, interview transcripts, memos, correspondence, drafts, 1966
The New York Times
Bylines
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39.2 1967, 1969-1970
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39.3 1971-1972
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39.4 1973-1974
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39.5 1975-1976
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39.6 1977-1978
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40.1 1979-1980
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40.2 1981-1982
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40.3 1983-1984
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40.4 1985-1986
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40.5 1987-1988
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41.1-5 Assorted clippings [original and photocopies], circa 1970s-2000s
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41.6 Obituaries, 2002, undated
Scrapbooks
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192 5 September 1969-3 December 1971; 28 January 1974
January 1972-6 May 1974
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193 26 December 1976-23 December 1977
12 March 1980-15 May 1981
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194 15 May 1981-16 May 1982
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195 25 October 1985-6 July 1986
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196 10 July 1986-5 May 1987
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197 9 May 1987-20 March 1988
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198 25 March 1988-13 May 1989
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199 16 May 1989-11 February 1990
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200 12 February 1990-4 December 1990
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201 8 December 1990-16 May 1991
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202 17 May 1991-25 November 1991
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203 4 December 1991-15 May 1992
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204 16 May 1992-13 January 1993
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205-206 Scrapbook sleeves, 1972-1974
The New Yorker
Fugard, Athol
An Honest Witness (published as "Witness," 20 December 1982)
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42.1-2 Early typescript draft with corrections, circa 1980
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42.3 Typescript draft with corrections, circa 1981
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42.4 Typescript with minor corrections; also letter, 13 September 1982
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42.5 Typescript with minor corrections [two exact photocopies], 13 September 1982
"Profiles: Witness"
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42.6 Galley proofs, 28 September 1982
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210 Galley proofs, undated
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42.7 Publication excerpt, 20 December 1982
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42.8 Correspondence, contract, check, clipping, 1982-1983
Hirschfeld, Al
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43.1 Notes and untitled typescript fragments, undated
The Flash (in-depth profile that was later significantly cut and published as "Curtain Up: Celebrating Hirschfeld," 28 June 1993)
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43.2 Early typescript draft with corrections, undated
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43.3 Typescript drafts with corrections, undated
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43.4 Revised typescript draft and photocopies, undated
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43.5-6 Alternate version, typescript draft and photocopies, undated
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43.7 The Drawing is the Important Thing [working title]; galley proofs with edits and clean copy, 1 June 1992
Drawing the Line [working title]
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43.8 Galley proofs with corrections [three versions], 1 June 1992
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43.9 Galley proofs, first revision, 8 January 1993
Galley proofs, second revision; also letters, 15 June 1993
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43.10 "Curtain Up: Celebrating Hirschfeld"; typescript draft, galley proofs, galley proofs with corrections, page proofs with corrections, art, publication, 1993
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43.11 "With the Luck of the Drawings" (Graphis, May/June 1997); typescript, page proofs, publication, 1997
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43.12 "The Broadway Artist" (published in Hirschfeld: on Line [1999]); typescript, letter, promotional material, 1999
Irwin, Bill
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44.1 Untitled draft with corrections, 1985
"Clown" (published in the New Yorker, 11 November 1985)
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44.2 Typescript copy and edits, 1985
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44.3 Galley proofs [three versions], 1985
Page proofs, 1985
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44.4 Publication [photocopy] and untitled typescript, 1985
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44.5 Correspondence, 1985-1989
Ramsay, Margaret "Peggy"
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44.6 Notes and draft fragments, undated
"Play Agent" (published 23 May 1988)
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44.7 Early typescript draft with corrections, undated
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44.8 Revised typescript draft with corrections [A], undated
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44.9 Revised typescript draft with corrections, [B], undated
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45.1 Typescripts with corrections, undated
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45.2 Typescripts and letter, 25 March 1988
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45.3 Galley proofs, 11 April 1988
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45.3* Galley proofs with corrections, 11 April 1988, 23 May 1988 (*oversize removed to box 210)
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45.4 Page proofs, May 1988
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45.5 Correspondence, 1986-1989
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45.6 Associated material, 1988
Newsweek reviews and articles
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45.7 Typescripts, letters, clippings, 1961-1968
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45.8 Scrapbook of clippings [unbound], 1960-1965
Playboy reviews
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46.1-2 Typescripts and tear sheets, 1965-1966, 1968
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46.3 1962, 1964, 1967
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46.4 1969
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46.5-6 1970-1975
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46.7-9 Typescripts, circa 1962-1975
WQXR radio
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47.1-2 1979
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47.3-48.1 1980
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48.2-49.1 1981
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49.2-7 1982
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49.8-50.2 1983; also memos and correspondence regarding Gussow's final broadcast
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50.3-5 1986
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50.6 1987
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51.1-3 1988
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51.4-5 1989
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51.6-7 1990
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52.1 1991
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52.2 1992
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52.3 1993
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52.4 Memos, notes, 1979-1992
'WQXR-American Federation of Television and Radio Artists (AFTRA),' 1979-1992
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52.5 WNET television; scripts and memos, 1978
General
Typescripts
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52.6-7 A-Z, circa 1970s-1990s
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52.8-53.1 Untitled, undated
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53.2 Reporter's notebooks [three], undated
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207-208 Scrapbook [unbound] [contains clippings of articles from the New York Times and other publications], 1965-1970
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211 Scrapbook [unbound] [contains clippings of Gussow's articles published in various magazines], 1964-1985
Subseries C. Other Writings
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53.3 'Articles for Future Review,' 1973-1974, undated
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53.4 Book Reviews, 2003
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53.5 Composer biographies, Mitch Miller Song Book, 1961
Essays
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53.6 "Art in a Conservative Decade,"The New York Times Guide to the Arts of the 20th Century, 2001
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53.7 Best Plays Theater Yearbook [Gussow served on the Editorial Board and contributed essays about Off-Off-Broadway]; notes, drafts, proofs, correspondence, 1990-2004
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53.8 "Theater" [published in The Hammond Almanac 1982], 1981-1982
Introductions to Books
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53.9 Lawrence C. Goldsmith: A Life in Watercolor (2004), 2001-2003
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53.10 Romulus Linney: 17 Short Plays (1992), undated



Series II. Collected Material 1933-2008

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54.1 1776 at the White House, 1970
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54.2 The Acting Company, 1971-1996
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54.3 The Actors Studio, 1969-1998
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54.4-7, 55.1-5 Actors Theatre of Louisville, 1964-1999
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55.6 Akalaitis, Joanne, 1980-1989
Albee, Edward
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56.1 Agendas, programs, brochures, tickets, 1993-2008
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56.2 Art [articles, exhibit programs, and other materials related to Albee's contemporary art collection], 1978-1993
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56.3 Catalogs, Albee-related collections [from private dealers and other repositories], 1968-2004
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56.4 Davis-Albee Redbook interview, 1965
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56.5 Playbills, programs, and press releases, 1967-2004
Speeches
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56.6 By Albee, 1972-1995, undated
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56.7 By Gussow, undated
Clippings
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56.8-57.2* Assorted, 1962-1996, undated (*oversize and issue of Show [February 1963] removed to box 211)
New York Times
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57.3 Through 1963
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57.4 1964-1965
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57.5 1967-1989
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57.6 Pre-release excerpt of Edward Albee: A Singular Journey, New York Times, 1999
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57.7-58.1 Clippings [reviews of Albee plays and articles about Albee], 2000-2004
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58.2 The Goat/Occupant/All Over, 2001-2002
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58.3 Clippings regarding the art of biography, 1999-2000
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58.4 Clippings and notes regarding Flanagan, William, 1949-1979
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58.5 Albee and family photos, 1963-1993, undated
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58.6 Production photographs and actors, 1966-1998, undated
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58.7 Negatives and slides, undated
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58.8 Copies of photographs, undated
Publications
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58.9 American Theatre, February 1986
Canvas, Fall 1999
Arts Houston, May 2003
Newsweek, February 4, 1963 [proof and three copies]
Works
By Gussow
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59.1-2 Gussow on Albee--Newsweek, 1962-1990
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59.3 Gussow on Albee--1993, 1995 [draft of article and transcript of radio interview]
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59.4 Interview, 2002
By Albee [copies, not original manuscripts]
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59.5 Student writings, 1945-1946
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59.6 All Over [fragment], undated
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59.7 Another Part of the Zoo, undated
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59.8 Box [fragment], undated
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59.9 The Death of Bessie Smith [fragment], undated
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59.10 A Delicate Balance [fragment], undated
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59.11 Finding the Sun [fragment], undated
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59.12 The Goat or, Who is Sylvia?, undated
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59.13 Homelife, 2004
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59.14 I Think Back Now On Andre Gide, undated
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60.1 The Lady from Dubuque, 1997
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60.2 Lorca Play, 1992
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60.3 The Man Who Had Three Arms, 1982
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60.4 Occupant, 2001
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60.5 The Play About the Baby, 1997
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60.6 The Play About the Baby, version 6, 2001
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60.7 Seascape, undated
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61.1 Three Tall Women, 1991
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61.2 Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? [fragment], undated
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61.3 Introduction to Selected Plays of Edward Albee, 1987
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61.4 Various writings, 1997, undated
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61.5 Brustein, Robert, The Rehabilitation of Edward Albee, 1994
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61.6 Crespy, David, Albarwild's Nexus of New Play Development: The Playwrights Unit, 1963 to 1971 [dissertation], 1995-1997
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61.7 Davison, Richard Alan, Edward Albee's Tiny Alice: A Note of Re-Examination, 1968
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61.8 Farrand, Noel, Footnotes, 1993
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61.9 Heide, Robert, 1978-1998
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61.10-62.3 Allen, Woody, 1962-1998
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62.4 American Originals exhibit, 2001
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62.5 Andrews, Julie, 1964-1968
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62.6-63.1 Arkin, Alan, 1963-1978
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63.2 Arlen, Harold, undated
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63.3 Arrabal, Fernando, 1972-1992
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63.4 Atkins, Eileen, 1990-1998
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63.5-6 Atwood, Margaret, 1991-2003
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63.7 Auburn, David, 2000
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63.8 Auster, Paul, 1999-2002
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63.9 Austin, Lyn, 1969-2000
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64.1-3 Ayckbourn, Alan, 1974-2002
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64.4 A, 1962-1995
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64.5 Babe, Thomas, 1978-1988
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64.6 Bacon, Kevin, 1992-1996
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64.7 Banks, Russell, 1995-1998
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64.8 Baraka, Imanu Amiri, 1972-1975
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64.9 Barbican Centre, 1981
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65.1 Barrett, Andrea, 1990-2002
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65.2 Barry, Sebastian, 1987-1998
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65.3 Barton, Ralph, undated
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65.4 Baxter, Glen, 1990-2001
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65.5 Beale, Simon Russell, 1989-2003
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65.6 Beame, Abraham, 1971-1973
Beckett, Samuel
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65.7 General, undated
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65.8-66.1 Reporter's notebooks, 1978-1979, 1996, undated
Gussow's writings
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66.2-3 Interviews, notes, article drafts, 1966-2000
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66.4-5 Article typescript drafts and notes, 1981-1995
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66.6-7 Clippings, 1970-1990
Correspondence
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67.1 Gussow and Beckett; also Catastrophe (for Vaclav Havel) [photocopy typescript and published excerpt of script] and interview transcripts, 1971-1989
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67.2 Photographs, circa 1983
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67.3 Beckett to Edward Albee and Martin Segal [copies], 1958-1989
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67.4 Regarding Beckett, 1980-2003
Plays and productions
Eleuthéria
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67.5 Script, translated by Albert Bermel, 1994
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67.6 Script, translated by Michael Brodsky, 1995
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67.7-8 Page proofs, manuscript of play translated by Michael Brodsky (Foxrock, Inc.), 1995
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67.9 Correspondence and associated material regarding legal dispute over production, 1993-1995
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68.1 Gussow's writings, 1995
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68.2 Endgame (American Repertory Theatre production), 1983-1985
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68.3-5 Reviews, Playbill, programs, 1971-2000
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68.6-69.1 The Beckett Festival, Lincoln Center Festival, 1996
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69.2 The Beckett Festival, Dublin, Ireland, 1991, 1999
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69.3-4* Assorted, 1981-2004 (*posters removed to flat file)
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69.5 Research material, 1987-2000
Publications
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69.6 Modern Drama, Winter 1996
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70.1 New Yorker, 24 June-1 July 1996
New Theatre Review, 1988-1995
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70.2 Clippings, 1970-2000
Works by Others, 1988-1997
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70.3 Godot Arrives (script) by Nathaniel Cornwall Hunter, 1988
Assorted, 1997, undated
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70.4 Bedford, Brian, 1971-1995
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70.5-6 Bellow, Saul, 1964-1999
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70.7 Bennett, Alan, 1991-2004
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70.8-71.1 Bergman Festival, 1972-1999
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71.2 Bergman, Ingmar, 1988-1993
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71.3 Berlin, Irving, 1962-1989
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71.4 Berman, Brooke, 1999-2002
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71.5-6 Bernbach, William, 1961-1966
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71.7 Berry, Cicely, 1973-1996
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71.8 Bertolucci, Bernardo, 1973
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71.9 Big Apple Circus, 1984-1992
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71.10 Bing, Rudolf, 1972
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71.11 Bingham, Mary, 1986-1995
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71.12* Black Theatre, 1970-1971 (*posters removed to flat file)
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72.1 Blakemore, Michael, 1983-1995
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72.2 Blessing, Lee, 1993
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72.3 Bloom, Harold, 1998
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72.4 Bobbie, Walter, 1996
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72.5 Bock, Dennis, 2001
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72.6-7* Bogart, Anne, 1980-1995 (*poster removed to flat file)
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72.8 Bogosian, Eric, 1987
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72.9 Bowles, Paul, 1981-2000
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72.10 Bread and Puppet Theater, 1971-1990
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72.11 Brecht, Bertolt, 1970-1994
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72.12 Brenton, Howard, 1979
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72.13 Breuer, Lee, 1977-1997
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73.1 Brokaw, Mark, 1999
Brook, Peter
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73.2 Brook, Peter, 1967-1981
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73.3-4 A-Z; also typescript draft, 1973-1978
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73.5 Gussow's writings, 1975-1998
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73.6 International Centre of Theatre Research, The Wexner Prize, 1974-1976, 1992
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73.7 Productions; programs, press material, notes, clippings, 1975-2001
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73.8 Clippings, 1966-2000
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73.9 Conversations with Peter Brook: 1970-2000 by Margaret Croyden; advance proof, 2003
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74.1 Brooklyn Academy of Music, 1999
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74.2 Brooks, Mel, 1975-2001
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74.3 Brown, David, 1971-1974
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74.4 Brustein, Robert, 1967-1977
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74.5 Bryant, Michael, 1959-2002
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74.6 Büchner, Georg, 1981-1992
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74.7 Buckley, Betty, 1997-2004
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74.8 Bullins, Ed, 1970-1979
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74.9 Burden, Carter, 1964-1998
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74.10 Burns, George, 1975
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74.11 Burrows, Abe, 1944-2001
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74.12 Burstyn, Ellen, 1975-2001
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74.13 Burton, Elizabeth and Richard, 1964
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75.1-2 Burton, Elizabeth Taylor, 1964
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75.3 Burton, Richard, undated
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75.4 Butterfield, Catherine, 1992
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75.5 Byatt, A. S., 1985-1996
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75.6-7 B, 1961-2000
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75.8 Callow, Simon, 1986-1996
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75.9-10 Cambridge, Godfrey, 1963-1965
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76.1 Capote, Truman, 1965-1966
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76.2-3 Carey, Peter, 1988-2001
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76.4 Carmines, Al, 1971-1982
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76.5 Carrere, Emmanuel, 1991-2001
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76.6 Carrière, Jean-Claude, 1999
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76.7 Carroll, Andrew, 1982-2002
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76.8 Carson, Johnny, 1966
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76.9 Carter, Miranda, 2002
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76.10 Cavett, Dick, 1968-1969
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76.11 Chaikin, Joe, 1970-2003
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76.12 Charnin, Martin, 1966-1997
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76.13 Chekhov, Anton, 1976-1992
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76.14 Chelsea Theater Center, 1971-1976
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77.1 Chéreau, Patrice, 1989-1996
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77.2-3* Chong, Ping, 1981-1997 (*oversize posters removed to flat file)
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77.4 A Chorus Line, 1975-1989
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77.5 Christie, Julie, 1965-1995
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77.6-8 Churchill, Caryl, 1982-1999
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78.1 Circle Repertory Company, 1974-1984
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78.2 Ciulei, Livia, 1978
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78.3-6 Clarke, Martha, 1981-2000
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78.7 Cloud, Darrah, 1987
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78.8-9 Clurman, Harold, 1968-1994
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79.1 Coetzee, J. M., 1986-1999
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79.2 Company Theater, California, 1970
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79.3 Coover, Robert, 1996-2004
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79.4-7 Cosby, Bill, 1963-1985
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79.8 Coward, Noel, 1970
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79.9 Crace, Jim, 2003
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79.10 Cronyn, Hume, 1977-2003
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80.1 Crowley, Bob, 1994-1998
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80.2 Cruz, Nilo, 2003
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80.3 Cunningham, Michael, 1990-1999
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80.4 Curchack, Fred, 1982-1994
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80.5 C, 1957-1990
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80.6 Davidson, Gordon, undated
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80.7-8 Davies, Robertson, 1949-1996
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80.9 Davis, Bette, 1976-1977
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80.10 Davis, Paul, 1985-1998
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80.11 Day-Lewis, Daniel, 1989-2003
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81.1 De Botton, Alain, 1996-2002
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81.2 De Niro, Robert, 1976-1989
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81.3 Denver Center Theatre Company, 1980
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81.4 Dietrich, Marlene, 1967
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81.5 Diggs, Elizabeth, 1990
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81.6 Doctorow, E. L., 1975-2004
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81.7 Donleavy, J. P., 1971-2000
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81.8 Dorfman, Ariel, 1988-1991
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81.9 Drabble, Margaret, 1977-2001
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81.10 Dubus, Andre, 1996
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81.11 Duchamp, Marcel, 1968-1996
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81.12 Du Maurier World Stage, 1996
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81.13-82.2 Dunaway, Faye, 1966-1994
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82.3 Durang, Christopher, 1974-2002
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82.4 D, 1963-1998
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82.5 Eco, Umberto, 1984-1995
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82.6 Edgar, David, 1986-2003
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82.7 Eleventh Street, undated
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82.8 Englander, Nathan, 1999
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82.9 Ensemble Studio Theatre, 1976
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82.10 Eugene O'Neill Theater Center, 1975-1993
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82.11 Eyre, Richard, 1989-2002
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83.1 E, 1999
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83.2 Fagles, Robert, 1990-1997
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83.3 Farrow, Mia, 1964-1977
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83.4 Fassbinder, Rainer Werner, 1972-1997
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83.5* Faulkner, William, 1997 (*poster removed to box 214)
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83.6 Feiffer, Jules, 1976-2003
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83.7 Fiennes, Ralph, 1995
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83.8 Fierstein, Harvey, 1978-1981
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84.1 Film Rights, 1970-1971
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84.2-6 Finley, Karen, 1988-2000
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84.7 Flair Symposium, 1996
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84.8 Flying Karamazov Brothers, 1983-1994
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84.9-85.2 Fo, Dario, 1969-2000
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85.3 Fonda, Henry, 1975
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85.4 Foote, Horton, 1984-2004
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85.5-7 Foreman, Richard, 1972-1997
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85.8 Fowles, John, 1974-2003
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85.9 Fox, James, 1964-1995
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86.1-5 Fraser, Antonia, 1970-2001
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86.6 Fraser-Cavassoni, Natasha, 2003
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86.7-87.1 Frayn, Michael, 1981-2004
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87.2 Frazier, Charles, 1983-1997
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87.3 French, Albert, 1984-1997
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87.4 French, Patrick, 1994-2003
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87.5-8* Friel, Brian, 1962-2002 (*page proofs removed to box 214)
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87.9 Frisch, Max, 1963
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87.10 Frost, Robert, undated
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88.1 Fry, Stephen, 1995
Fugard, Athol
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88.2-6 Fugard, Athol, 1974-1998
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88.7 A-Z, 1980-1982
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88.8-89.2 Fugard's journals [photocopies and carbon copies of excerpts], 1960-1973, undated
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89.3 Notes and reporter's notebook, undated
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89.4 Gussow's writings, 1974-1988
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89.5 Research and festivals, 1964-1998
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89.6 Correspondence, 1980-1992
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89.7 Assorted, 1978-2002
'Master Harold'…and the Boys; script, photographs, clippings, 1981-1982
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89.8 Clippings, 1970-1995
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90.1 F, 1961-1991
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90.2 Gaddis, William, 1985-1998
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90.3 Gallagher, Dorothy, 1988-2001
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90.4 Gallagher, Mary, 1983-1990
Gambon, Michael
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90.5-7 Gambon, Michael, 1990
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90.8 A-Z, 1990, 2003
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90.9 Notes and reporter's notebook, undated
Gussow's writings
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91.1-3 "The Complete Actor" (New Yorker profile, January 1991); drafts, galley proofs, page proofs, 1990-1991
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91.4 Assorted, 1982-1997
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91.5 Research, undated
Correspondence, 1987-1991
Receipts, 1990
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91.6 Play and production reviews, 1988-2004
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91.7 Clippings, 1985-2003
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91.8 Gardner, Herb, 1992
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91.9 Geiser, Janie, 1983-1986
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92.1 Gelber, Jack, 1976-2003
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92.2 Genet, Jean, 1964-1986
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92.3 George, Elizabeth, 1989-1999
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92.4 Gielgud, John, 1991-2001
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92.5 Gilman, Rebecca, 2000
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92.6 Glass, Philip, 1992-2001
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92.7 Goldberg, Jessica, 2001
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92.8 Goodwin, Doris Kearns, 1987-1997
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92.9-11 Gorey, Edward, 1962-2000
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93.1 Gorky, Maxim, 1979-1982
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93.2 Gotham Book Mart, 1965-2004
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93.3 Graham, Martha, 1994-1995
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93.4 Gray, Barry, 1946-1966
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93.5 Gray, Simon, 1972-2004
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93.6 Gray, Spalding, 1978-2004
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93.7 Greenfield-Sanders, Timothy, 1981-2004
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93.8 Greenlaw, Linda, 1997-2002
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93.9 Greenwood, Jane, 1995-1998
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93.10 Greer, Andrew Sean, 2004
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93.11 Gregory, André, 1970
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94.1 Grisham, John, 1996-1997
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94.2-3 The Group (film), 1947-1965
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94.4-5 Guare, John, 1979-2000
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94.6 Guinness, Alec, 1958-2000
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94.7 Gurney, A. R., 1988-2003
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94.8 Guthrie, Arlo, 1969-circa 1980s
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94.9-95.1 G, 1960-2002
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95.2 Haddon, Mark, 2003-2004
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95.3 Hamburger, Anne, 1986-1995
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95.4 Hamilton, Hugo, 1992-2003
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95.5 Hammett, Dashiell, 2000-2002
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95.6 Hampton, Christopher, 1971-1995
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95.7 Hardman, Chris, 1981-1982
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95.8-96.2 Hare, David, 1971-2004
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96.3-4 Harris, Barbara, 1962-1993
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96.5* Hart, Kitty Carlisle, 1963-1997 (*oversize clippings removed to flat file)
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96.6 Hart, Moss, 1980-1999
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96.7 Havel, Václav, 1969-2003
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97.1 Hawthorne, Nathaniel, 1980-2004
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97.2 Hazzard, Shirley, 1989-2004
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97.3 Headly, Glenne, 1982-1999
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97.4 Heaney, Seamus, 1990-2000
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97.5 Heinlein, Robert, 2003-2004
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97.6 Heller, Joseph, 1961-1998
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97.7 Hellman, Lillian, 1975
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97.8 Henley, Beth, 1979-2004
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97.9 Hepburn, Katharine, 1974-1976
Container
97.10 Hirsch, Edward, 1994-2002
Hirschfeld, Al
Interview transcripts
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98.1-6 Hirschfeld, Al, 1991-1992, undated
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98.7 A-Z, 1991
Container
98.8-99.1 Tributes, 1991-1993
Container
99.2 Research, 1975-1993
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99.3 Correspondence, 1992-2005
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99.4 Clippings, 1941-1998
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99.5 Hockney, David, 1983-2001
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99.6-100.2* Hoffman, Dustin, 1966-2003 (*Rolling Stone [3 February 1983] issue removed to box 211)
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100.3 Hoffman, William M., 1985-1986
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100.4 Hollywood, 1970
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100.5 Horovitz, Israel, 1968-1989
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100.6 'Hospitality,' 1988-1995
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100.7 Hurlin, Dan, 1984-1998
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100.8 Hwang, David Henry, 1990
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100.9-100.10 H, 1961-2003
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101.1 Ibsen, Henrik, 1981-1988
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101.2 Innaurato, Albert, 1974-1985
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101.3 Iko, Momoko, 1981
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101.4 Inspector Morse, 1988-2001
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101.5 International Festival of Puppet Theater, 1992-1996
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101.6 Ionesco, Eugène, 1973-2001
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101.7* Irish Theater, 1991-1997 (*oversize serial removed to box 213)
Container
101.8 Irving, John, 1998-2005
Irwin, Bill
Interview transcripts
Container
101.9-10 Irwin, Bill, 1983-2003
Container
101.11-102.1 A-Z, 1983-1985
Gussow's writings and notes
Container
102.2 Untitled typescript, undated
"Marcel Marceau," undated
Untitled fragments, undated
New York Times clippings, 1981-1992
Container
102.3 Productions; programs, Playbill, notes, 1983-2004
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102.4-5 Research, 1982-1995
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102.6 Correspondence, 1982-2004
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102.7 Clippings, 1970-1993
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102.8 Isegawa, Moses, 2000
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102.9 Ishiguro, Kazuo, 1982-2001
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102.10 Ives, David, 1987-2003
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102.11 Ivey, Judith, 1983-1997
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102.12 I, 1966
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103.1 Jacobs, Bernard B., 1994-1996
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103.2 James, Henry, 1988-2004
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103.3 James, P. D., 1993-2004
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103.4 Japanese Theater, 1984-1996
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103.5 Jesurun, John, 1983-1997
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103.6 Johnston, Wayne, 1999
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103.7 Jones, Charlotte, 2004
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103.8 Jones, Cherry, 1982-1998
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103.9 Jones, David, 1979
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103.10 Jones, James Earl, 1965-1970
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103.11 Jones, Marie, 1998-2001
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103.12 Jory, Jon, 1979
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104.1 Josephson, Erland, 1975
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104.2 Julia, Raul, 1980
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104.3 J, 1963-1994
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104.4 Kalfus, Ken, 1980-2003
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104.5 Kantor, Tadeusz, 1975-1991
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104.6 Kaplan, Shirley, 2000
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104.7 Kaufman, George S., 1926-1996
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104.8 Kaye, Danny, 1963-1970
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104.9 Kazan, Elia, 1971-1995
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104.10 Keegan, John, 1989-1999
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104.11 Kelly, John, 1986-1992
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104.12 Keneally, Thomas, 1995-1999
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104.13-105.1* Kennedy Center, 1955-1979 (*poster removed to flat file)
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105.2 King, Woodie, 1976-1996
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105.3 Kline, Kevin, 1994
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105.4 Knudson, Kurt, undated
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105.5 Kott, Jan, 1964-1989
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105.6 Kramer, Larry, 1985
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105.7 Kroetz, Franz, 1981-1993
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105.8 Kunitz, Stanley, 2002-2003
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105.9 Kushner, Tony, 1990-2003
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105.10 K, 1963-1995
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105.11 Lamos, Mark, 1977-1990
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105.12 Lanzmann, Claude, 1985-1995
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105.13 Lark Theater, 2001-2002
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105.14-106.5* Last Frontier Theatre Conference, 1999-2004, undated (*posters removed to box 214)
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106.6 Lavin, Linda, 1992-2000
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106.7 Lazar, Irving Paul ("Swifty"), 1962-1993
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107.1 Lebow, Barbara, 1985
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107.2-3 Le Carré, John, 1986-2004
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107.4 Lee, Ming Cho, 1968-1998
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107.5 Lee, Ralph, 1997-1998
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107.6 Lefrak, Samuel, 2003
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107.7 The Legacy Project, 2001
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107.8 Le Gallienne, Eva, 1982
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107.9 Leonard, Hugh, 1977-1998
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107.10 Lepage, Robert, 1991-1996
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107.11-108.1 Lerner, Alan Jay, 1960-2001
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108.2 Levine, David, 2004
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108.3-4 Lincoln Center, 1966-1998
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108.6-8 Linney, Romulus, 1965-2003
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108.9 Lippman, Laura, 2002-2004
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109.1 Littlewood, Joan, 1964-1994
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109.2 Livesey, Margot, 1990-2000
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109.3-4 Lloyd Webber, Andrew, 1971-1996
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109.5 Lodge, David, 1982-2001
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109.6 Loesser, Frank, 1949-1992
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109.7 Loomer, Lisa, 1985-1994
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109.8 Lucas, George/Hollywood, 1970-1971
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109.9 Luckham, Claire, 1982-1996
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109.10 Ludlam, Charles, 1970-1993
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110.1 Lurie, Alison, 1982-1998
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110.2 Lyric Opera of Chicago, 1999-2000
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110.3-4 L, 1961-1995
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110.5 Mabou Mines, 1978-1996
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110.6 McCullers, Carson, 2000
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110.7 McDonagh, Martin, 2003
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110.8 McDowall, Roddy, 1965-1998
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110.9 McEwan, Ian, 1992-2002
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110.10 McIntyre, Dennis, 1978-1991
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110.11 McMullan, James, 1998-1999
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111.1 McNally, Terrence, 1973-1994
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111.2 McPherson, Conor, 1997-2000
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111.3 Mc, 1971-1996
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111.4 Mahagonny, 1969-1970
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111.5 Mailer, Norman, 1962-1973
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111.6 Malkovich, John, 1984-2003
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111.7-112.1 Mamet, David, 1975-2004
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112.2 Manhattan Theatre Club, 1976-1994
Mankiewicz, Joseph L.
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112.3 Fasten Your Seatbelts: A Biography of Joseph L. Mankiewicz [working title, abandoned project] and Mankiewicz-related articles by Gussow; letters, notes, proposal, collected material, 1992-1993
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112.4* Interview transcripts, 1967, 1992 (*recorded interview tapes removed to Sound Recordings Collection)
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112.5 Research material, 1960-1993
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112.6 Mann, Emily, 1985-1995
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112.7 Marceau, Marcel, 1973
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112.8 Marks, Leo, 1993-1999
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112.9-113.1 Martin, Jane, 1985-2002
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113.2 Martin, Steve, 1998-2001
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113.3 Martin, Tim, 1980-2002
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113.4 Marx, Groucho, 1972-2002
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113.5 Matthau, Walter, 1996-2000
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113.6 Matura, Mustapha, 1981
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113.7 May, Elaine, 1961-1991
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113.8 Medoff, Mark, 1979
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113.9 Melfi, Leonard, 1972-2002
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113.10 Menken, Alan, 1979
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113.11 Merchant, Ismail, 1989-2002
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113.12 Merrick, David, 1962-1966
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113.13 Merrill, James, 1981-2001
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113.14 Meyer, Marlane, 1988
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113.15 The Millennium, 1997-1999
Miller, Arthur
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114.1-2 Notes and interview transcripts, 1968-2000
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114.3-6 Gussow's writings, 1964-2005
Plays and productions
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115.1 After the Fall; typescript copy, undated
Container
115.2-3 Reviews, Playbill, 1989-2002
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115.4 Research material, 1985-2003
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115.5* Tributes, symposia, public appearances, 2000-2003 (*cassette tapes removed to sound recording collection)
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115.6 Correspondence, 2000-2005
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115.7 Clippings, 1944-2000
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116.1 Miller, Sue, 1987-2003
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116.2 Mitchell, Joseph, 1996
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116.3 Mnouchkine, Ariane, 1991-1995
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116.4 Molière, 1970-1992
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116.5 Moore, Brian, 1996-1998
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116.6 Moore, Dudley, 1973
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116.7 Mortimer, John, 1982-1999
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116.8 Moscow Circus, 1991
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116.9 Moss, Cynthia, 2000-2001
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116.10 Mostel, Zero, 1962-2001
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116.11 Mueller, Lavonne, 1983
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116.12 Murphy, Tom, 1989-1999
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116.13 Murray, Brian, 1967-1996
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116.14 Murray, John, 2003
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117.1 M, 1961-1995
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117.2 Nabokov, Vladimir, 1998
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117.3 Nadel, Norman, 2001
Naipaul, V. S.
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117.4-6 Notes and interview transcripts, 1976-2001, undated
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117.7 Reporter's notebooks [two], undated
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117.8-118.2 Gussow's writings; also notes, 1976-2001, undated
Research material
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118.3 Biographical sketches, criticism, Miami Book Fair International, Mystic Masseur, Naipaul Archive at University of Tulsa, 1968-2001
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118.4* Nobel Prize, public appearances, Naipaul's published writings [excerpts, photocopies], photographs, press releases, 1968-2001 (*poster removed to box 214)
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118.5-119.1 'Naipaul-Theroux' material; interview transcript, correspondence, article drafts, clippings, 1995-2000
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119.2 Correspondence, 1976-2001
Clippings
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119.3-4* Book reviews, 1962-2003 (*oversized newspapers removed to box 213)
Container
119.5-6 Articles about Naipaul, 1933, 1977-2003
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119.7 Published articles by Naipaul, 1967-1999
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120.1 National Black Theatre Festival, 1989-1995
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120.2 National Endowment for the Arts, 1973-1994
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120.3 National Theatre, 1988-2002
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120.4 Naughton, James, 1982-1998
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120.5 Nelson, Richard, 1978-1996
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120.6 New Playwrights, 1961-1979
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120.7 New York City Center, undated
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120.8 New York Public Library for the Performing Arts, 1998-2001
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120.9 The New Yorker, 1992-1995
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120.10 Newman, Paul, 1975-1998
Nichols, Mike
Interview transcripts and notes
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120.11 Nichols, Mike, 1966-1976
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121.1 A-H, 1966
Container
121.2 K-Z, 1966, 1998
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121.3 Reporter's notebook and notes, 1966, 1988
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121.4 Gussow's writings, 1966, 1976
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121.5 Productions and correspondence, 1965-2001
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121.6* Clippings and magazines, 1964-1998 (*oversize clipping removed to box 211)
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121.7 Nichols, Peter, 1979-1995
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121.8 Nicola, James/New York Theatre Workshop, 1990-2002
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121.9 Noh, 1971-1993
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121.10-122.3 Norman, Marsha, 1979-1984
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122.4 Norman, Marsha at Juilliard, 1985-2002
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122.5 N, 1969-1994
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122.6 Off-Off-Broadway, 1965-1972
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122.7-8 Olivier, Laurence, 1979-1990
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123.1 O'Malley, Glyn, 1990-2003
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123.2 Ondaatje, Michael, 1985-2000
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123.3 O'Neill, Eugene, 1966-2000
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123.4 Orton, Joe, 1970-1990
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123.5 Osborne, John, 1964-1996
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123.6 Ostrow, Stuart, 1986
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123.7-8 Overmyer, Eric, 1985-1996
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123.9 O, 1968-2001
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123.10-124.3 Pacino, Al, 1973-1996
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124.4 Page, Louise, 1987
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124.5 Pan Asian Repertory, 1966-1996
Papp, Joseph
Interview transcripts and notes; also clippings of Gussow's articles
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124.6-8 Papp, Joseph, 1967-1983, undated
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125.1 A-F, 1979-1981
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125.2 G, 1978-1980
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125.3 H-Se, 1980-1983
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125.4 Sh-Z, 1977-1983
Container
125.5 Notes, 1977-1980
Gussow's writings
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125.6-9 A Public Theater: Joseph Papp and the New York Shakespeare Festival [abandoned book project commissioned by Knopf]; notes, correspondence, draft fragments, undated
Container
126.1-2 New York Times drafts and clippings; also contains interview transcripts, 1969-1989
Container
126.3 Unidentified; includes notes, interview transcripts, production programs, circa 1975
Research
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126.4* New York Shakespeare Festival, 1955-1980 (*oversize broadside removed to flat file)
Container
126.5 Lincoln Center; includes interview transcripts, Gussow's published article clippings, correspondence, 1973-1974
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126.6-7 General; includes programs, documents, Take a Dream (script by John Guare), clippings, notes, correspondence [copies of letters received by Papp], magazine, 1975-1980
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126.8 Correspondence, 1974-1985
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127.1-3* Clippings and magazines, 1952-1993 (*clippings [photocopies] removed to box 214)
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127.4 Paredes, Marisa, 1996-2001
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127.5 Paris Review, 1954-1999
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127.6 Parks, Suzan-Lori, 1989-1996
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127.7 Parnell, Peter, 1979
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127.8-128.1 Perelman, S. J., 1940-2004
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128.2 Pérez-Reverte, Arturo, 1997-1999
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128.3 Perry, Anne, 1992-1998
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128.4 Philbrick, Nathaniel, 1982-2000
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128.5-6 Piñero, Miguel, 1972-1988
Pinter, Harold
Interview transcripts and notes
Container
128.7-8 Pinter, Harold, 1979-1999, undated
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129.1 A-Z, unidentified, 1980-1993, undated
Container
129.2 Notes, undated
Gussow's writings
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129.3 "A Conversation [Pause] with Harold Pinter" (published in the New York Times Magazine, 5 December 1971); also notes and poem, 1971
Container
129.4 "Acting Pinter" (published in Pinter at 70: A Casebook by Lois Gordon, 2001)
Container
129.4-5 Assorted articles and reviews; typescripts, clippings, interviews, notes, 1971-2001
Container
129.6 Unpublished New York Times article, 1993
Plays and productions
Container
129.7-130.1 A-P, assorted; reviews, Playbill programs, 1971-2003
Container
130.2 Pinter at Théâtre Du Rond-Point (Paris, France); clippings, notes, scripts, receipts, 1998
Container
130.3 Research material; includes untitled essay draft by Melissa Knox, 1958-2003
Tributes, symposia, public appearances
Lincoln Center Festival, Pinter Festival
Container
130.4 Press kit, notes, clippings, correspondence, 2001
Container
130.5 Article drafts, interview transcript, 2001
Container
130.6 "Pinter on Pinter" and "Talking about Pinter" [interview transcripts edited by Susan Hollis Merritt and published in The Pinter Review]; drafts and correspondence, 2001-2002
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130.7 Assorted; also photograph, 1981-1994
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130.8 Correspondence; also photograph, 1971-2003
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131.1* Clippings, 1967-2003 (*The Sunday Times, The Culture removed to box 211)
Container
131.2-5 Playwrights, 1963-1999
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131.6 Plimpton, George/Paris Review, 1999
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131.7 Plummer, Christopher, 1965
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131.8 Povod, Reinaldo, 1986
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131.9-11* Prague Quadrennial (*larger programs removed to the HRC Book Collection), 1967-1995
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132.1-3 Prince, Hal, 1950-1990
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132.4 Pritchett, V. S., 1968-1998
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132.5 Puttnam, David, 1994-1998
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132.6 Pynchon, Thomas, 1982-1998
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132.7* P, 1965-1985 (*oversize Pintoff poster removed to flat file)
Container
132.8 Quintero, José, 1973-1999
Container
132.9 Q, 1984
Container
132.10 Rabe, David, 1971-2001
Container
132.11 Rainer, Luise, 1937-1999
Ramsay, Margaret "Peggy"
Notes and interview transcripts
Container
133.1-2 Ramsay, Margaret "Peggy," 1986-1987
Container
133.3-4 A-Z, 1986-1987
Container
133.5 Research, clippings, review by Gussow, 1986-1999
Container
133.6 Correspondence, 1985-1988
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133.7 Rankin, Ian, 1994-2003
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134.1 Reeve, Christopher, 1995
Container
134.2 Rent, 1996
Container
134.3 Rent lawsuit, 1996
Container
134.4 Reynolds, Jonathan, 1982
Container
134.5 Richards, Lloyd, 1980
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134.6 Richardson, Jack, 1962
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134.7-9 Ridiculous Theatrical Company, 1970-1994
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134.10 Rigg, Diana, 1998
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134.11 Rivers, Joan, 1965-1977
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134.12 Robards, Jason, 1962-2000
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134.13 Roberts, Flora, 1998
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134.14 Robinson, Peter, 1993-2003
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135.1 Rockefeller Foundation grants, 1977
Container
135.2 Rodenburg, Patsy, 2000
Container
135.3 Rodgers and Hammerstein and Hart, 1961-2004
Container
135.4 Ross, David, 1962
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135.5 Rossellini, Roberto, 1970-1971
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135.6 Roth, Philip, 1965-2003
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135.7 Routledge, Patricia, 1997
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135.8 Royal Court Theatre, 1991-1996
Container
135.9 Royal Shakespeare Company, 1978-2002
Container
135.10 'RSC Actors,' undated
Container
135.11 Rudkin, David, 1976-1977
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135.12 Russo, Richard, 1988-2001
Container
135.13 Rutherfurd, Edward, 2004
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135.14-15 R, 1961-1976
Container
136.1 Sacks, Oliver, 1970-1995
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136.2 Safra, Edmond, 2000
Container
136.3 Sanchez-Scott, Milcha, 1987
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136.4 Sands, Diana, 1962-1967
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136.5 Saunders, James, 1981
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136.6 Schaap, Dick, 2001
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136.7 Schama, Simon, 1987-1995
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136.8 Schlesinger, John, 1975-2003
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136.9 Schneider, Alan, 1965-1990
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136.10-12 Scorsese, Martin, 1977-1998
Container
137.1 Scott, George C., 1979-1999
Container
137.2 Sebald, W. G., 2001
Container
137.3-138.1 Seberg, Jean, 1956-1981
Container
138.2 Seberg, Jean/R. Gary, 1980-1981
Container
138.3 Segal, Martin E., 1998
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138.4 Sendak, Maurice/Kushner, Tony, 2003
Container
138.5-6 Serban, Andrei, 1974-2003
Container
138.7 Shakespeare, William, 1969-2003
Container
138.8 Shange, Ntozake, 1976
Container
138.9 Shaw, Fiona, 1989-2002
Container
138.10 Shaw, George Bernard, 1979-1992
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138.11 Shawn, Wallace, 1970-2003
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139.1-5 Shepard, Sam, 1965-2002
Container
139.6 Sher, Antony, 1983-2001
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139.7 Sherman, Stuart, 1980-2001
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139.8 Shields, Carol, 1989-1997
Container
140.1 Shiomi, R. A., 1982
Container
140.2 Signature Theatre Company, 1997-2003
Container
140.3 Sillitoe, David, 1995
Container
140.4* Sills, Paul, 1969-1976 (*poster removed to flat file)
Container
140.5 Simon, Neil, 1966-1987
Container
140.6 Sinise, Gary, 1979-2000
Container
140.7 Sipper, Ralph, 1996-2001
Container
140.8 Skipitares, Theodora, 1982-1996
Container
140.9-141.1 Sondheim, Stephen, 1970-2003
Container
141.2 Soyinka, Wole, 1970
Container
141.3 Spacey, Kevin, 2000-2004
Container
141.4* Spiegelman, Art, 1985-2003 (*oversize comic draft removed to box 214)
Container
141.5 Spolin, Viola, 1971
Container
141.6 Springer, John, 1980-2001
Container
141.7 Steichen, Joanna, 1980-2002
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141.8* Steinbeck, John, 1980-2002 (*poster removed to box 214)
Container
141.9 Steppenwolf Theatre Company, 1984-2000
Container
141.10 Stevens, Roger L., 1954-1971
Container
141.11 Stevenson, Juliet, 2003
Container
141.12 Stewart, Ellen, 1984-2002
Container
141.13 Stewart, Patrick, 2003
Stoppard, Tom
Container
142.1-3 Notes and interview transcripts; also drafts and publication copies, 1974-1984, undated
Gussow's writings
Container
142.4 Assorted, 1972-2001
"The Real Tom Stoppard" (New York Times, January 1, 1984), 1984
Container
142.5 Contract, correspondence, royalty statement, interview transcripts, notes, 1983-1984
Container
142.6-7 Typescript drafts, publication copy, 1983
Container
142.8 Photographs, circa 1983
Container
143.1-4 Plays and productions [reviews, Playbill], A-Z, 1979-2001
Container
143.5 Public appearances, 1983-2004
Container
143.6 Correspondence, 1978-2002
Container
143.7* Clippings, 1975-2004 (*issues of New York Review of Books removed to box 211)
Container
144.1-2 Storey, David, 1970-2004
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144.3 Stratford [Ontario] Festival, 1987
Container
144.4 Strathairn, David, 1983-1993
Container
144.5 Straus, Roger/Gottlieb, Paul, 1996-2001
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144.6-7 Streep, Meryl, 1978-2002
Container
144.8 Strehler, Giorgio, 1987-1997
Container
144.9 Streisand, Barbra, 1962-2000
Container
144.10 Strindberg, August, 1977-1982
Container
144.11 Suchet, David, 1991-2000
Container
144.12 Suzuki, Tadashi, 1982-2001
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145.1-3 Swados, Elizabeth, 1976-1992
Container
145.4 Swift, Graham, 1996
Container
145.5 Syracuse Stage, 1992-1994
Container
145.6-7 S, 1961-1982
Container
146.1 Tavel, Ronald, 1972-1980
Container
146.2-6 Taymor, Julie, 1980-2000
Container
146.7 Terkel, Studs, 1997
Container
146.8 Thaw, John, 1996-1997
Container
146.9 Theatre Communications Group, 1994
Container
146.10 Thompson, Gerry, 1996
Container
146.11 Thurber, James, 1981-2000
Container
146.12 Times Literary Supplement, 1969, undated
Container
146.13 Tipton, Jennifer, 1977-1994
Container
147.1 Tóibín, Colm, 1991-2004
Container
147.2 Torn, Rip, 1967-1970
Container
147.3 Trevor, William, circa 1990s
Container
147.4 Trillin, Calvin, 1962-2002
Container
147.5 Tyler, Anne, 1977-2004
Container
147.6 T, 1962-1975
Container
147.7-8 Uggams, Leslie, 1967
Container
147.9 Updike, John, 1997
Container
147.10 Ustinov, Peter, 1977-1984
Container
147.11 U, undated
Container
148.1 Valk, Frederick, 2000
Container
148.2 Van der Beek, Stan, 1961-1964
Container
148.3-4 Van Peebles, Melvin, 1971-1972
Container
148.5 Vargas Llosa, Mario, 1985-2002
Container
148.6 Village Voice, 1965-1966
Container
148.7 Volchek, Galina, 1997
Container
148.8 Vonnegut, Kurt, 1970
Container
148.9 V, 1965-1998
Container
148.10 Walker, Alice, 1988-2000
Container
148.11 Walker, Joseph A., 1972
Container
148.12 Ward, Douglas Turner, 1971-1973
Container
149.1-2 Warner, Deborah, 1988-2003
Container
149.3 Warrilow, David, 1995
Container
149.4 Wasserstein, Wendy, 1981-1992
Weather Underground Organization (Weatherman)/Greenwich Village explosion
Container
149.5 Notes and interview transcripts, 1971, 1994-1995
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149.6 Reporter's notebooks, circa 2001
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149.7 Correspondence, 1970-2000
Gussow's writings
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149.8 Assorted articles and proposals, 1970, 1995-2001
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150.1 "West 11th Street: An End to Innocence" (New York, 8 March 1971); drafts and publication, 1971
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150.2-5 "The House on West 11th Street" (New York Times, 5 March 2000) [published article incorporates previous draft versions with working titles: Return to West 11th Street, Dear Premises Vainly Exploded, Wasn't There an Eclipse the Next Day?]; edited drafts, page proof, published article, photographs, 1995-2000
Boudin, Kathy
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150.6 Correspondence, 1994-2001
Interview transcripts; also with Martin Garbus, 1995, 2001-2003
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150.7 Notes, book proposal, typescripts, 2000-2002
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150.8 General, 1993-2003
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151.1-2* Clippings, 1970-2003 (*serials and oversize clippings removed to box 213)
Research
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151.3 FBI files and police reports [copies], 1970-1995
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151.4 Hedda Nussbaum, Greenwich Village, 2000-2003
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151.5-6 Clippings, 1970-2003
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151.7 Welch, Raquel, 1982
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152.1-3 Weller, Michael, 1971-1988
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152.4 Wellman, Mac, 1985-1994
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152.5 Wertenbaker, Timberlake, 1977-1991
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152.6 Wesker, Arnold, 1963-2002
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152.7 Wesley, Richard, 1974-1975
West Side Story [The West Side Story (working title of abandoned book project); later became a New York Times feature article]
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152.8 Notes, circa 1987-1989
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152.9-11 Reporter's notebooks, 1988
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153.1-4 Interview transcripts, 1988-1989
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153.5-6 Production programs and sheet music, 1957-1989
Research
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153.7 Assorted newsletters, related collections, Leonard Bernstein's notes for "Romeo" [copies], 1957-2001
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214 Stephen Sondheim's U.S. and European openings scrapbooks [copies], 1957-1958
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153.8 Correspondence, book contract, expenses, article draft, 1987-1989
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154.1 Clippings, 1957-1989
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154.2 Wexner Prize-Martin Scorsese, 1996-2001
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154.3 Whelan, Peter, 1996
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154.4 Whitehead, Robert, 1995-2002
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154.5 Wilde, Oscar/Morgan Library, 1982-2001
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154.6-7 Wilder, Thornton, 1962-1997
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154.8 Williams, Samm-Art, 1979-1980
Williams, Tennessee
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154.9 Notes, undated
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154.10-11* Interviews and Gussow's writings, 1975-2003 (*galley proof removed to flat file)
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155.1-2 Biographical, 1970-2003
Plays and productions
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155.3 Spring Storm; script, letters, clippings, 1994-2004
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155.4 Not About Nightingales; script and clippings, 1997
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155.5-6 Reviews, Playbill, 1987-1999
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156.1-2 Scripts [copies], 1946-1999
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156.3 Tributes and symposia, 1986-2004
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156.4 Leverich, Lyle, 1997-1998
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156.5 Correspondence, 1983, 1996
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156.6-7 Wilson, August, 1984-2003
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156.8-157.2 Wilson, Lanford, 1972-2002
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157.3-158.2 Wilson, Robert, 1973-2001
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158.3 Winchester, Simon, 1980-1998
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158.4 Wright, Charles, 1998
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158.5 Women in Theatre Conference, 1997
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158.6 Women's Theater Council, 1971-1972
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158.7* Wulp, John, 1989-2003 (*page proofs for John Wulp by John Wulp and John Guare [2003] removed to box 210)
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158.8 Wyeth, James, 2002
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158.9-10 W, 1964-2002
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158.11 Yale Repertory Theatre, 1973-1980
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158.12 Zaloom, Paul, 1984-1991
Zanuck, Darryl F.
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159.1 Biographical; interview transcripts, collected material, 1942-1968
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159.2-3* Clippings, 1935-2000 (*oversize serial excerpts removed to boxes 211, 213, and flat file)
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159.4 De Rochemont, Louis; clippings, collected material, 1948-1958
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159.5* Greco, Juliette; interview transcripts, notes, clippings, collected material, 1961-1969 (*serialization of Greco's memoir in Paris Match removed to box 211)
Gussow's articles
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159.6* "The Twentieth Century Fox Rides Again" (New York, The Sunday Herald Tribune Magazine, 27 February 1966); drafts, notes, clippings, collected material, 1966 (*publication removed to box 211)
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159.7 "The Last Movie Tycoon" (excerpt from Don't Say Yes Until I Finish Talking published in New York, 1 February 1971); proof, publication, 1971
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159.8 Assorted, 1982-2002
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160.1* Mankiewicz, Joseph L.; notes, collected material, clippings, drafts, 1948-2000 (*audio recording removed to sound recording collection)
Memos to directors and film-makers [copies]
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160.2-4 Chronological, 1938-1957
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160.5 By film title and name, 1943-1957
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211 Movie magazines [Italian and Spanish publications from Argentina, Colombia, Peru, Spain, and Italy], 1947
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160.6 'Paris Years'; memos and letters [copies], 1962-1968
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160.7-161.2* Photographs, circa 1920s-1970s (*oversize photos removed to box 210 and flat files)
Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corporation
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161.3 Annual reports, 1966-1970
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161.4* Film information guides, 1934, 1961-1970 (*broadside removed to flat file)
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161.5* The Longest Day (film); interview transcripts, notes, collected material, clippings, letters [copies], 1961-1969 (*audio recording removed to sound recording collection)
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161.6 Press releases, annual film releases, staff list, 1933-1979
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161.7 Twentieth Century-Fox stockholders proxy fight, 1968-1970
Works by Others
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162.1 Lighthouse by the Sea (shooting script based on the play by Owen Davis), 1925
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162.2 Lily Dafon or The Paris Comedy (script by William Saroyan), 1959-1960
Zanuck's writings and speeches
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162.3 Assorted, circa 1920s-1968
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162.4 "Mad Desire" (story published in Physical Culture, January 1925); bound publication, 1925
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162.5 Julius Sees Her [story by H. C. Witwer, silent film script adapted by Zanuck]; bound script with handwritten annotations, 1923
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162.6 Zeisler, Peter, 1987-1995
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162.7 X-Y-Z, 1965-1990
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162.8 Assorted clippings, 1982-2003



Series III. Correspondence, circa 1950s-2005

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163.1 A, 1968-2002, undated
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163.2 Ba-Bi, 1965-2005
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163.3 Bl-By, 1971-2002
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163.4 Brand, Jonathan, 1958, 1975, 1995-2001
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163.5 Ca-Ch, 1971-1999, undated
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163.6 Cl-Co, 1968-2004
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164.1 Cr-Cw, 1963-2002
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164.2 D, 1970-2004
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164.3 E-Fi, 1971-2004
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164.4 Fo-Fu, 1974-2004
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164.5 G, 1970-2003
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165.1 H, 1971-2005
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165.2 I-J, 1977-2003
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165.3 K, 1967-2004
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165.4 La-Le, 1966-2003
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165.5 Li-Ly, 1974-2005
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166.1 Mc-Ma, 1972-2004
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166.2 Me-Mu, 1973-2003
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166.3 N, 1967-2003
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166.4 O-P, 1970-2003
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166.5 R, 1971-2002
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167.1 Sa-Sh, 1969-2003
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167.2 Si-Sp, 1976-2003
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167.3 St-Sz, 1969-2002
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167.4 T, 1972-2001
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167.5 U-Wa, 1967-2003
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167.6 We-Z, 1970-2004
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168.1 'Fan Mail or Reader Responses,' 1983-2004
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168.2 'Off the Record,' 1972-1994
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168.3 'Projects,' 1970-1990
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168.4 Professional, 1958-1991
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168.5 Outgoing, circa 1950s-1984
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168.6 Unidentified, 1997-2004, undated



Series IV. Personal and Professional, 1940-2005

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169 Appointment books, 1992-2005
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170.1 Auctions, 2001
Awards
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170.2 Columbia Journalism Alumni Award, 2002
George Jean Nathan Award, 1978-1979
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170.3 Press releases, contact lists, 1977-1979
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170.4 Invitation, program, speech draft, clippings, photocopy of Gussow's winning article "A Rich Crop of Writing Talent Brings New Life to American Theater" (New York Times, 21 August 1977), 1977-1979
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170.5 Photographs, 1979
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170.6-7 Congratulatory letters, 1978-1979
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170.8 John Simon Guggenheim Fellowship, 1978-1980, 1999
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170.9 Margo Jones Medal, 2001-2004
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170.10 The Rockefeller Foundation, 1974, 2003-2004
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171.1 Theatre Library Association Book Award, 2000
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171.2* Biographical, 1975-2005 (*calendar removed to box 210)
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171.3 Books [file contains inserts removed from books received with the collection], 1963-1993, undated
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171.4 Catalogs, 1996-1999
Childhood, school and university papers
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171.5 Public School 192 and Wilson Elementary report cards, 1940-1945
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171.6 Southside Junior High School; report cards, assignments, diploma, autograph book, 1945-1948
Southside High School
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171.7 Report cards, diploma, programs, 1948-1951
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171.8-9 Yearbooks [two], 1950-1951
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172.1 Reunions, 2001
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209 Scrapbook, circa 1950s
Middlebury College
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172.2-3 Stories, exams, grade report, 1951-1955
Middlebury Campus
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172.4 Letterhead, letter, notes, 1953-1955
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212 Newspaper issues, 1951-1955
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172.5 Directories, Alpha Sigma Psi, ephemera, 1951-1956
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172.6 Commencement; program, diploma, photograph negatives, 1955
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172.7* Correspondence; includes clipping and letter regarding Frontiers magazine controversy, 1953-1959 (*newspaper issues removed to flat file)
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172.8-173.2 Yearbooks [three], 1953-1955
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173.3-5* Alumni activities, 1959, 1986-2004 (*audio recording regarding Committee for the Arts [2003] removed to sound recording collection)
Columbia University, Graduate School of Journalism
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173.6-7 Handbook, 1955-1956
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174.1-5* Assignments, 1955-1956 (*newspaper removed to flat file)
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174.6 Letters, report card, clippings, photographs, alumni directory, 1955-1956, 1995
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174.7 'Contracts'; royalty statements, invoices, 1993-2004
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174.8 'Criticism,' [Gussow's notes for Divorce, Corporate Style by Don Gussow (1972) and Slum Love], undated
Early writings by Gussow
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174.9 A-C, circa 1953-1959
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174.10 E-G, circa 1953-1959
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174.11 H-I, circa 1953-1960
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175.1 L-Q, circa 1953-1959
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175.2 T-W, circa 1953-1960
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175.3-4 Assorted and untitled fragments, circa 1953-1959
Employment
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175.5 Newsweek resume packet, 1959
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175.6 Resume, cover letters, contact lists, 1958-1960
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175.7-8 Rejection letters, 1956-1960
Family papers
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175.9 Gussow, Adam [member of blues band Adam and Satan], 1980, 1992
Gussow, Alan and Joan Dye, 1980, 2001
Gussow, Bernard; one letter from Bernard and correspondence and clippings regarding him, 1957-1977, 1999, undated
Gussow, Don
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176.1 Family letters and papers, 1947-1992
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176.2 Business papers, 1955-1989
Writings
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176.3 Divorce Corporate Style (1972); book jacket, 1972
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176.4-6 Poems, play, essays, short stories, circa 1940-1990
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176.7-177.2 Dear Adam, Seth & Ethan (book), 1972-1973
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177.3-5 Untitled book, undated
Freelance Work
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177.6 'Rejected articles' and letters, 1965-1966
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177.7 Financial; statements and correspondence, 1961-1968
The New York Times
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178.1 Memos, 1970-2005
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178.2 Memos from Gussow regarding story ideas, 1969-2005
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178.3 Performance evaluations, 1996-2000
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178.4 Clippings [regarding the organization and management], 1975-2001
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178.5-6 'Jayson Blair' [memos and clippings regarding Blair and reorganization of The New York Times culture positions], 2003-2004
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178.7 Assorted career and organization material, 1974, 1993-1999
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179.1-5 New York University, School of Continuing Education [Gussow taught course called "The Filmmakers"]; lecture notes, correspondence, bulletins, administrative material, 1974-1979
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180.1 Newsweek reunion; also photographs, 1969, 2001-2004
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180.2-3 Notes, 1971, undated
Photographs
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180.4 Gussow, circa 1970s-2000s
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180.5* Celebrities photographed by Gussow, 1956-2003 (*oversize photograph removed to box 210)
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180.6 Theater productions and publicity, 1962-1994
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180.7-181.1 Negatives [family, industry, Monhegan Island (Maine), commencement, and still-life photos taken by Don Gussow and possibly Mel Gussow], circa 1950s-1960s
Professional affiliations
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181.2 Anna L. Weissberger Foundation, 1980
Brandeis University Creative Arts Awards, 1980-1990
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181.3-4 Helen Merrill Awards, 1998-2004
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181.5 International Theatre Institute (ITI) - Sweden, 1977
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181.6-182.1 John Simon Guggenheim Fellowship, 1971-2005
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182.2-6 John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Fellows Program, 1981-2004
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182.7 New York Drama Critics' Circle; correspondence, speech draft, clippings, 1988-1991
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183.1 The Players, 1987-2004
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183.2 The Pulitzer Prizes, 1978-2001
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183.3 Susan Smith Blackburn Prize; correspondence, clippings, draft, 1982-2003
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183.4 Theater Hall of Fame Awards, 1995-2003
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183.5 Recommendation letters, 1985-2000, undated
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183.6-8 Speeches; complete speeches, fragments, notes, letters and clippings, 1974-2004, undated
Theater productions
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183.9 Press releases, 1976-2005
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184.1-2 Programs, flyers, invitations, 1970-2005
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184.3 Travel, 'Europe,' 1976-1981
United States Army, Headquarters Area Command, Germany
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184.4 Military orders and discharge papers, 1953-1959
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184.5 "The Rose Report," newsletters, January 1957
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184.6 Scrapbook, 1957-1958
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184.7-8 German travel material, maps, and theater brochures, 1956-1959
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213 HAC Post, 1957-1958
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184.9 Various retained and unidentified, 1961-2002



Series V. Works by Others, 1948-2008

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185.1 Adjmi, David, Strange Attractors, 2001
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185.2 Alexander, Zakiyyah, Blurring Shine, 2004
Auburn, David, Proof
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185.3 2000
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185.4 Undated
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185.5-6 Ayckbourn, Alan, The Revengers' Comedies (Parts One and Two), 1989
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185.7 Barfield, Tanya, The Quick, 2002
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185.8 Berman, Brooke, A Perfect Couple, 2008
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186.1 Brown, Kenneth H., Hitler's Analyst, 2003
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186.2 Callaghan, Sheila, That Pretty Pretty, or, the Rape Play, 2008
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186.3 Carrière, Jean-Claude, La Terrasse, 1999
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186.4 Chekhov, Anton, Three Sisters (translated by Lanford Wilson), 1984
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186.5 Cruz, Nilo, Anna in the Tropics, 2002
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186.6 Edgar, David, Pentecost, 1994
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186.7 Feiffer, Jules, A Bad Friend, 2002
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186.8 Fogarty, Sharon, Cara Lucia, 2003
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186.9 Foote, Horton, The Day Emily Married, undated
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187.1 Fox, Josh, The Expense of Spirit, 2004
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187.2 Gaitens, Peter, Flesh and Blood, 2003
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187.3 Groff, Rinne, Orange Lemon Egg Canary, 2003
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187.4 Gurira, Danai, Eclipsed, undated
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187.5 Gurney, A. R., O Jerusalem, 2003
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187.6 Hairston, Jerome, L'Éboueur Sleeps Tonight, 1998
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187.7 Hicks, Sander, Sarcoxie and Sealove, 2003
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187.8 Jack and Jill, undated
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187.9 Kreitzer, Carson, Self Defense, 2002
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187.10 Kushner, Tony, Homebody/Kabul, 2001
Martin, Jane
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188.1 Anton in Show Business, undated
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188.2 Cementville, 1991
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188.3-4 Collected Plays, 1980-1994
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188.5 Kelly and Du, 1993
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188.6 Mr. Bundy, 1998
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188.7 Vital Signs, 1990
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188.8 McNally, Terrence, It's Only a Play, 1985
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189.1 Meller, Michael, Spoils of War, 1988
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189.2 Mewshaw, Michael, Do I Owe You Something?, 2003
Murakami, Haruki
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189.3 Sputnik Sweetheart, undated
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189.4 Underground, 2000
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189.5 Norris, Bruce, The Infidel, 2000
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189.6 O'Malley, Gyn, Paradise, 2003
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189.7 Pendleton, Austin, Orson's Shadow, 2000
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190.1 Rudnick, Paul, Valhalla, 2004
Ruhl, Sarah
The Clean House
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190.2 2003
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190.3 2004
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190.4 Eurydice, 2002
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190.5 Ryan, Kate Moira, Cavedwellers, 2003
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190.6 Ryan, Leah, Raised by Lesbians, 2000
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190.7 Seymour, James, Theatre of Romulus Linney, 1997
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191.1 Skipitares, Theodora, Under the Knife III, 1996
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191.2 Sunshine, Gary, Sweetness, 2004
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191.3 Thompson, Judith, Palace of the End, undated
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191.4 Von Hartz, John, Revival, 1992
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191.5 Washburn, Anne, The Internationalist, 2004
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191.6 Wilson, August, Jitney, 1995
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191.7 Wilson, Lanford, A Tale Told, undated
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191.8 Zacarías, Karen, Legacy of Light, 2008
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191.9-10 Unidentified, 1948, undated



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192-214 Oversize boxes



Mel Gussow Collection--Index of Correspondents

  • A. A. Schechter Associates (Black, Sandy)--170.6
  • Abadie, Ann J. (University of Mississippi)--156.3, 163.1
  • Abady, Josephine--163.1
  • Abbott, Porter (University of California, Santa Barbara)--67.9
  • Abrams, Thomas L.--97.4
  • Abramson, Elliott M.--163.1
  • ACTAC (Theatrical & Cinematic) Ltd. (Franklin, Diana)--130.8
  • Acting Company (Theatrical group) (Harley, Margot)--54.2
  • Actors Theatre of Louisville--72.7
  • Ad Club of Cincinnati (Block, Janet)--10.8
  • Adams, Candi--122.4
  • Adams, Hunter--148.1
  • Adler, Ellen--163.1
  • Adler, Stella--78.8
  • Albee, Edward, 1928- --16.10, 20.10-11, 21.4, 21.6, 21.12, 21.14, 22.1, 22.6, 23.3, 24.2, 36.2, 156.4, 157.1, 170.10, 181.2
  • Albee, Frances--16.3
  • Alexander, Clare--95.2
  • Alexander, Eric--131.9
  • Alexander, Jane--163.1
  • Alfred A. Knopf, Inc.--81.10, 119.2, 126.8, 147.5
  • Allan, Christopher (Allan Foster Ingersoll & Weber)--4.8
  • Allen, John M.--163.1
  • Allen, Woody--62.3, 163.1
  • Alpert, Hollis, 1916- --163.1
  • Altschul, Charles--163.1
  • Aman, Catherine--149.7
  • Amberson Enterprises (Harmon, Charlie)--153.7
  • Ameche, Don--10.8
  • American Conservatory Theater--143.2, 143.6
  • American Heritage--175.8
  • American Repertory Theatre--67.9, 68.2
  • American Theatre (O'Quinn, Jim)--4.1, 131.9
  • Ames, Dorothy--163.1
  • Anderson, Robert, 1917-2009--23.4, 149.7
  • Andres, Barbara--163.1
  • Anglim, Philip--163.1
  • Antonio, Lou--16.10
  • Antoon, A. J. (Alfred Joseph), 1994-1992--163.1
  • Applause Theatre Books (Firm)--2.1, 35.7, 38.7, 43.12
  • Appleseed Music Inc. (Scully, Shirley)--94.8
  • Arcade, Penny--163.1
  • Arena, British Broadcasting Corporation (Willett, Alison)--130.7
  • Arena Stage (Organization : Washington, D.C.) (Miller, Alton)--76.4
  • Arizona State University, Department of Theatre (Akins, William H.)--146.1
  • Arizona Theatre Company--183.7
  • Arkin, Alan--163.1
  • Aronson, Lisa--163.1
  • Arrabal, Fernando--163.1
  • Asbury Park Press--175.7
  • Aschenberg, Bridget--163.1
  • Ashbourne, Hans--163.1
  • Asinof, Eliot, 1919-2008--163.1
  • The Associated Press--175.8
  • Atherton, William--163.1
  • Athill, Diana (André Deutsch [Firm])--137.7
  • Atkins, Eileen--163.1
  • Atkinson, Brooks, 1894-1984--170.6
  • Atlantic Monthly--175.8
  • Atlee, Howard, 1926- --74.8, 170.6
  • Auburn, David--163.1
  • Australian Consolidated Press Limited--100.2, 177.7
  • Authors Guild Foundation (U.S.)--10.8
  • Avalon Publishing Group, Inc.--84.5
  • Ayckbourn, Alan, 1939- --45.5, 163.1
  • Ayres, Diana--163.1
  • Azenberg, Emanuel--163.1, 170.6
  • Baal, Frédéric--163.2
  • Babe, Thomas--64.5
  • Bachetti, Raymond F.--163.2
  • Badgley, Reed--24.2
  • Bailey, Pearl--163.2
  • Bair, Deirdre (University of Pennsylvania)--69.3
  • Baker, Russell--163.2
  • Bakke, John--45.5
  • Balaban, Suzanne--163.2
  • Ball, Lucille, 1911-1989--163.2
  • Bantam Books (Firm)--145.2
  • Baraka, Amiri--163.2
  • Baraka, Kimako--163.2
  • Barbera, Jack--89.6
  • Barcroft, Judith--163.2
  • Barolini, Helen, 1925- --122.3
  • Baron, Martin (New Yorker)--45.6, 170.6
  • Barr, Robert B.--123.1
  • Barrett, Leslie K. (Leslie Klein), 1919- --110.10
  • Bartow, Arthur--128.5
  • Bass, Milton (Berkshire Eagle)--10.8
  • Beal-Kruger, Tita--163.2
  • Beck, Toni (The Greenhouse)--42.8
  • Beckett, Edward (Samuel Beckett Estate)--1.7, 23.3
  • Beckett, Samuel, 1906-1989--1.7, 20.5, 67.1, 67.3-4, 67.9
  • The Beckett Festival (The Gate Theatre)--69.2
  • The Beckett Project, Global Village--69.3, 69.5
  • Behlmer, Rudy--10.8
  • Bélec, Richard R.--42.8
  • Bell, John--163.2
  • Bello, Jane Halsman--23.3
  • Bender, Bob--23.4, 24.2
  • Benepe, Adrian--163.2
  • Benjamin, P. J.--163.2
  • Bent, Ted--92.10
  • Bentley, Eric, 1916- --67.4, 163.2, 170.6
  • Ben-Zvi, Linda--163.2
  • Bergen Evening Record--175.7
  • Berger, Joe (New York Times)--182.6
  • Berkeley Stage Company (Goldsby, Robert)--101.2
  • Berman, Brooke--71.4
  • Bermel, Albert--67.9
  • Bernard Geis Associates Publishers--53.5, 177.7
  • Bernbach, William (Doyle, Dane, Bernbach Advertising)--176.1
  • Bernstein, Roslyn--24.2
  • Berry, Cicely--163.2
  • Best Plays Theater Yearbook (Jenkins, Jeffrey Eric)--53.7
  • Best, Ruth--23.5
  • Betty Lee Hunt Associates (Luhrman, Henry)--16.9
  • Beyrak, Nathan--115.5
  • Biel, Claude--156.5
  • Bing, Rudolf, 1902-1997--163.2
  • Bingham, Mary--71.11, 163.2
  • Binghamton Press--175.7-8
  • Binswanger, Lenore--170.6
  • Birnbaum, Agnes--163.2
  • Bishop, André--163.2
  • Bishop, Conrad--163.2
  • Bishop, Kathy--67.4
  • Bishop, Thomas (New York University)--69.3
  • Blackwell, Earl--163.3
  • Blau, Herb (University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee)--44.5
  • Blevins, Tone--163.3
  • Block, Stephen--67.4
  • Bloom, Phil--163.3
  • Blouin, Lenora P.--163.3
  • Blue Man Group--163.3
  • Bobbie, Walter, 1945- --163.3
  • Bochnak, Beth (National Lawyers Guild)--10.8
  • Bock, Adam (Adam William David)--163.3
  • Boensch, Nancy Renée--23.4
  • Bond, Phil Geoffrey--24.2
  • Booth, John E. (The Twentieth Century Fund)--170.6
  • Boothbay Theatre Museum--163.3
  • Borchardt, Georges--67.9
  • Boretz, Alvin--110.10
  • Bosniak, Sloane--163.3
  • Boston Globe--175.7
  • Boudin, Kathy--150.6
  • Boulder Daily Camera--175.7
  • Bouton, Katherine (New York Times)--143.6
  • Bovasso, Julie--163.3
  • Bowden, Charles--155.1
  • Bowen, Roger--163.3
  • Bower, Lesley--163.3
  • Boyle, Michael F.--24.2
  • Bozzone, Bill--163.3
  • Bradley, Heather (New York Times)--184.3
  • Braha, Herb, 1946- --170.6
  • Brand, Jonathan--163.4
  • Brand, Ulrike--163.3
  • Brandeis University, Jack I. and Lillian L. Poses Creative Arts--131.2, 157.2, 181.2
  • Brater, Enoch (University of Michigan)--115.5
  • Braudy, Susan--149.7
  • Braun, Cori Wells--163.3
  • Braun, Pinkas, 1923- --20.6, 23.3, 24.2
  • Bray, Robert (Middle Tennessee State University)--156.3
  • Breuer, Lee--163.3
  • Brew, Kathy--163.3
  • Brew, Norma--163.3
  • Brewer, Cornelia Haden--42.8
  • Broad, Isobel R.--163.3
  • Brook, Peter, 1925- --73.6, 163.3
  • Brooklyn Academy of Music--65.5
  • Brooks, Richard (Sunday Times [London, England: 1931])--35.7
  • Brough, James--11.1
  • Brower, Brock, 1931- --163.3
  • Brown, David, 1916-2010--10.8, 11.1, 42.8, 74.3, 163.3, 170.6
  • Brown, Greg (Southern Methodist University)--106.4
  • Brown, Harry Joe--23.5
  • Brown, Helen Gurley--163.3
  • Brown, Jim--20.7
  • Brown, Kenneth H.--163.3
  • Bruyn, Susan--163.3
  • Brussel, Lucille--170.6
  • Brustein, Norma--74.4
  • Brustein, Robert Sanford, 1927- --20.8, 36.2, 68.2, 163.3, 170.6
  • Bryceland, Yvonne--89.6
  • Bryer, Jackson R.--22.12, 23.4, 163.3
  • Bullins, Ed--163.3
  • Bulwa, Lillian (Northeastern University)--42.8
  • Burns, George, 1896-1996--163.3
  • Burnshaw, Stanley, 1906-2005--163.3
  • Burrows, Vinie--163.3
  • Butcher, Peggy--24.2
  • Byck, Dann--163.3
  • Byrd Hoffman Foundation--183.2
  • Caesar, Irving, 1895-1996--163.5
  • Caesar, Sid, 1922- --163.5
  • Cahan, Cora--163.5
  • Cahn, Sammy--163.5
  • Caldwell, Zoe--163.5
  • Call Bulletin--175.7
  • Call-Chronicle Newspapers--175.7
  • Callan, Matthew (Applause Theatre Books [Firm])--2.1
  • Callow, Simon, 1949- --16.10, 45.5, 133.6
  • Cambridge, Godfrey, 1933-1976--163.5
  • Cameron-Wolfe, Richard--23.3, 24.2
  • Camillo, Marvin Felix (The Family, Inc.)--163.5, 170.6
  • Camp, Dulcie--24.2
  • Canby, Vincent--163.5
  • Cantwell, Dorothy--163.5
  • Caporasso, Rudy--163.5
  • Cariou, Len--163.5
  • Carlson, Harry Gilbert, 1930- --163.5
  • Carlson, Susan Adina--163.5
  • Carmine, Michael--163.5
  • Carnegie Mellon University (Marinelli, Donald)--67.4, 69.3
  • Carroll, Andrew (Andy)--76.7
  • Carroll, Barbara--95.1
  • Carroll, Bob, 1918-1994--42.8, 163.5
  • Carroll, Joseph--163.5
  • Carson, Margaret--163.5
  • Carter, Myra, 1930- --23.3
  • Cary, Claiborne--163.5
  • Casarotto Ramsay & Associates (Erhard, Tom)--23.3, 156.1
  • Ceballos, Jacqueline Michot, 1925- --163.5
  • Century Association (New York, N.Y.)--163.5
  • Ceribelli, Diane--149.7
  • Chaikin, Joseph, 1935-2003--163.5
  • Chamberlin, Lee--163.5
  • Chambers, Colin (Royal Shakespeare Company)--133.6
  • Chandler, Charlotte--113.4
  • Chang, Tisa--163.5
  • Chanin, Clifford (The Legacy Project)--107.7
  • Channing, Carol--163.5
  • Chapin, Schuyler--42.8
  • Chappell, Carla--176.1
  • Charbonneau, Eileen--122.3
  • Charles Scribner's Sons (Kotker, Norman)--10.8
  • Charlip, Remy--163.5
  • Chase, Chris--163.5
  • Chen, Tina--163.5
  • Cherry, Regina--69.4
  • Cheskin, Irving W.--163.5
  • Chester, Linda--96.6
  • Chicago Daily News--175.8
  • Chicago Sun-Times--175.8
  • Chicago Tribune--175.8
  • Childress, Alice--163.5
  • Chin, Daryl--163.5
  • Choice Magazine Listening--42.8
  • Chong, Ping--163.5
  • Chris Boneau Public Relations--182.7
  • Christensen, Jeanne--163.5
  • Christy, George--163.5
  • Cincinnati Enquirer--175.7
  • Circle Theatre Company (New York, N.Y.) (Mason, Marshall W.)--157.2
  • Citizens for Decent Literature--82.1
  • Claire Nichtern Productions--132.7
  • Clark, Janet--42.8
  • Clark, Leane (Benton & Bowles, Inc.)--10.8
  • Clarke, Maureen--163.6
  • Clarke, Shirley, 1919-1997--87.10
  • The Classic Theatre (Edwards, Maurice)--67.4
  • Classics in Context Festival (Louisville, Ky.)--72.7
  • Cleveland Plain Dealer--175.7
  • Clinton, Bill, 1946- --24.1, 163.6
  • Clouds Hill Books (Kadin, Daniel S.)--74.9
  • Clurman, Harold, 1901-1980--131.2, 157.2, 163.6
  • Clurman, Rodney H. (German Book Fair New York)--156.5
  • Cobb, James G. (New York Times)--149.7
  • Coco, James--163.6
  • Cohen, Alexander H., 1920-2000--42.8, 163.6
  • Cohen, Harry--132.8
  • Cohen, Hildy Parks, 1926- --163.6
  • Cohn, Glickstein, Lurie, Ostrin & Lubell (Lubell, Jonathan W.)--128.6
  • Cohn, Ruby--67.4, 24.2
  • Colbert, Gino--24.1
  • Cole, Toby, 1916- --163.6
  • Collins, Sue--137.1
  • Columbia University, Columbia Magazine--170.2
  • Columbia University, Graduate School of Journalism--170.2
  • Columbia University, Office of Admissions--174.6
  • Conarroe, Joel, 1934- --24.2, 38.7, 63.7, 170.10
  • Congdon, Thomas B., Jr.--10.9
  • Conkling, Christopher--163.6
  • Connell, Jane, 1925- --163.6
  • Conner, Alison M.--42.8
  • Contarski, S. E. (Florida State University)--67.9, 69.3
  • Conway, Merry--163.6
  • Cook, Margaret W.--163.6
  • Cook, Whitfield--97.6
  • Cookson, Tony--163.6
  • Cooper, Susan, 1935- --163.6
  • Copani, Peter, 1938- --163.6
  • Corman, Avery--163.6
  • Corman, Judy (Robinson Lerer & Montgomery)--132.8
  • Cornell University (Shapiro, Gavriel)--117.2
  • Coronet Magazine--175.8
  • Cosby, Bill, 1937- --163.6
  • Cosmopolitan (Walsh, George)--39.1, 175.8
  • Costa, Richard Hauer--91.5
  • Couch, Nena (Ohio State University)--170.9
  • Courier Journal--175.7
  • Coward, Noel, 1899-1973--23.3
  • Coward-McCann Publishers (Amburn, Ellis)--10.8
  • Cowles Communications (Whatmore, Marvin C.)--10.8
  • Crabtree, Clarissa--164.1
  • Crane, Cynthia--113.9
  • Cranefield, Paul--164.1
  • Crinkley, Richmond, 1940-1989--45.5
  • Cripps, Thomas (Morgan State College)--10.8
  • Cronin, Mari--164.1
  • Cronyn, Hume--23.5, 24.1, 42.8, 164.1
  • Cronyn, Tandy, 1945- --164.1
  • Crosby, Bing, 1903-1977--164.1
  • Crosland, Susan--175.9
  • Crosley, Sloane (Vintage Books)--95.2
  • Crouse, Anna E.--170.6
  • Crouse, Lindsay--164.1
  • Crowell, Robert L. (Thomas Y. Crowell, Publishers)--149.7
  • Crown Publishers--153.8
  • Crowther, Prudence--127.8
  • Cue Magazine--175.7
  • Cunningham, John--164.1
  • Curran, Keith--164.1
  • Curran, Leigh--164.1
  • Curran, Maggie--164.1
  • Curtis Publishing Company--79.4, 177.6-7
  • Cusack, Lawrence X.--97.9
  • Cushman, John--11.3
  • Custer, Gerry Raymond (Annenberg Center for Communication Arts and Sciences)--42.8
  • Cutrone, Ryan--164.1
  • Cwikowski, Bill--164.1
  • Da Capo Press (Friedland, Bea)--10.8, 11.6
  • Daily American--175.7
  • Dale, Jim--164.2
  • Dale, Patt--183.2
  • Dalrymple, Jean--170.6
  • Dalzell, Larry--91.5
  • Damashek, Barbara--164.2
  • Dance Theater Workshop (White, David R.)--102.6
  • Daniels, Barry--76.11
  • Dark, Alfred D.--178.1
  • Darnton, John (New York Times)--62.4, 119.2, 178.1, 182.6
  • Darrow, Middy--164.2
  • Davidson, Gordon (Center Theatre Group)--170.6
  • Davidson, Joan--164.2
  • Davis, Curt--164.2
  • Davis, Fitzroy--164.2
  • Davis, R. G.--164.2
  • Davison, Richard Allan--164.2
  • Day, Ursula B.--149.7
  • De Botton, Alain--81.1, 164.2
  • Debuskey, Merle--126.8, 147.7
  • Delaney, Paul (Westmont College)--143.6
  • DeLuca, Bill--78.9
  • Democrat Chronicle--175.8
  • DeMott, Benjamin, 1924-2005--164.2
  • Dempster, Curt--164.2
  • Denoël (Firm)--3.3, 130.2
  • Denver Post--175.7
  • Deutsch, Helen--164.2
  • Devlin, Albert J. (University of Missouri-Columbia)--23.4, 156.5
  • Devrim, Shirin, 1926- --164.2
  • Dexter, John, 1925-1990--23.3
  • Diamond, Adelina (Carnegie Council on Children)--170.6
  • Diamond, David, 1915-2005--20.10, 23.5, 24.1-2
  • Diamond, Liz--164.2
  • Dickerson, Gordon--23.3
  • Dillon, Melinda, 1939- --23.3
  • Dillon, Millicent--72.9, 95.5, 164.2
  • Dixon, MacIntyre, 1931- --164.2
  • Do Tongues (Marshall, Polly)--69.4
  • Dolan, Mary Beth--158.8
  • Donnellan, John--164.2
  • Donnelly, Donal--164.2
  • Dorrell, William--148.1
  • Doubleday and Company, inc.--10.8, 11.2-3, 103.6
  • Doyle, James--113.9
  • Doyle, Shelagh--45.5
  • Drabble, Margaret, 1939- --81.9, 164.2
  • The Dramatists Guild--68.2
  • Dublin Writers Museum and Irish Writer's Centre--69.5
  • Du Maurier World State Festival (Harbourfront Centre)--81.12
  • Dulack, Tom, 1935- --164.2
  • Dulaney, Margaret--164.2
  • Dumain, Sanford P.--149.7
  • Dunaway, Faye--164.2
  • Duncan, Pearl P. R. D.--164.2
  • Dundy, Elaine--113.9
  • Dunn, Joseph--67.4
  • Dunne, Philip, 1908-1992 (Universal City Studios, Inc.)--10.8
  • Dupont, James--164.2
  • Dupont, Violetta J.--164.2
  • DuRand, Le Clanché--164.2
  • Durang, Christopher, 1949- --82.3, 113.9, 164.2, 170.9, 181.3-4
  • Durango Herald-News--175.8
  • Dutton--116.5
  • Ebert, Roger--164.3
  • Ebon, Martin--164.3
  • Edgar, Kate--95.2
  • Edwards, Robert Gordon--10.8, 11.1
  • Egg the Arts Show (WNET New York)--115.5
  • Eginton, Meg--67.4
  • Ehrlich, Elaine--164.3
  • Einhorn, Anne (Joseph Jefferson Theatre Company)--170.6
  • Einhorn, Susan--42.8
  • Eisen, Dulcina--164.3
  • Eisenberger, Agnes (Colbert Artists Management)--72.3
  • Eisner, John Clinton (Lark Theatre Company)--105.13
  • Elfin, Mel--164.3
  • Elizabeth Daily Journal--175.7
  • Elizondo, Hector--126.7, 164.3
  • Elliott, Patricia--164.3
  • Emery, Lin, 1926- --23.4-5, 164.3
  • Emmett, Sally (Margaret Ramsay Ltd.)--133.5
  • Englander, David A.--164.3
  • Eno, Will, 1965- --164.3
  • Ensemble Studio Theatre (Dempster, Curt)--82.9
  • Ephron, Henry, 1912-1992--10.8, 164.3
  • Ephron (Greenburg), Nora--10.8, 164.3
  • Epstein, Joseph--119.2
  • Erlanger, Steve (New York Times)--86.7, 147.5
  • Esquire--75.1, 149.8, 175.7-8, 177.7
  • Estate of Leonard Bernstein (Kraut, Harry J.)--153.8
  • Ettlinger, Catherine (Mademoiselle)--122.3
  • Eugene O'Neill Theater Center (White, George C.)--82.10
  • Evans, Bill--42.8
  • Evans, Joni--164.3
  • Evening Bulletin--175.7
  • Evening Star--175.7
  • Eyre, Richard, 1943- --164.3
  • Faber and Faber (Pike, Frank)--67.9
  • Fagan, Frank--156.5
  • Falb, Lewis (New School for Social Research)--69.3
  • Falco, Charles--99.5
  • Falco, Jacob--164.3
  • Fane, Lawrence, 1933-2008--93.10
  • Farone, Cheryl--173.4
  • Farr, Kimberly--164.3
  • Farrar, Straus and Giroux--93.10
  • Farrow, Mia, 1945- --83.3, 164.3
  • Fehl, Fred--164.3
  • Fehsenfeld, Martha (Emory University, The Correspondence of Samuel Beckett)--1.7, 67.4
  • Felder, Sara--164.3
  • Feldman, Elliot--69.4
  • Feldman, Maurice--10.8
  • Ferguson, Rodney (Lipman Hearne)--116.9, 182.6
  • Ferrell, Conchata--164.3
  • Ferris, Randy--24.1
  • Fichandler, Zelda, 1924- --164.3
  • Field, Crystal--164.3
  • Field Day Theatre Company--42.8
  • Fierstein, Harvey, 1954- --164.3
  • Finegan, Jimmy--11.6
  • Finley, Karen--164.3
  • Fischer, Charles T.--137.6
  • Fisher, Ray--128.1
  • Fishman, Shirley (Amistad World Theatre)--110.10
  • Fishman, Stanley--10.8
  • Fithian, Richard--10.8
  • Fitzgerald, Barbara-Ann--172.7
  • Fitzgerald, Geraldine, 1913-2005--164.3
  • Fitzroy Dearborn Publishers--53.6
  • Flanagan, Elma F.--23.3
  • Flanagan, William, 1923-1969--20.10, 20.14, 21.4, 21.14, 23.5
  • Fletcher, Kay--172.7
  • Flora Roberts Inc.--134.13
  • Foote, Horton--164.4
  • Forbes, Steve, 1947- --164.4
  • Ford, John, 1894-1973--10.8
  • Ford, Miriam--164.4
  • Foreman, Richard, 1937- --24.1, 164.4
  • Foster, Catherine--164.4
  • Foster, Mary--91.5
  • Fowler, Molly--164.4
  • Fox, John (Cincinnati CityBeat)--123.1
  • Frank Goodman Associates--104.9, 136.9
  • Frankel, Aaron--164.4
  • Frankel, Max, 1930- (New York Times)--170.6, 178.1
  • Frankenheimer, John, 1930-2002--164.4
  • Frankfurt, Garbus, Klein & Selz (Garbus, Martin and Rosset, Barney)--67.4, 67.9, 68.2, 150.6
  • Franklin Furnace--84.4
  • Franzblau, Michael J.--116.5
  • Fraser, Antonia, 1932- --130.8, 134.14, 164.4, 166.4
  • Frazier, Nancy--164.4
  • Freed, Donald, 1932- --164.4
  • Freedman, Gerald--164.4
  • Freedman, John--105.13
  • French, Albert--164.4
  • Frey, Karl. J.--164.4
  • Friedkin, Johnny (Rogers, Cowan & Brenner)--121.5, 164.4
  • Friedlich, Ruth K.--104.7
  • Friel, Brian--164.4
  • Friends of Kathy Boudin--150.8
  • Frost, Everett (Voices International)--67.4, 69.5
  • Fry, David--164.4
  • Fugard, Athol--89.6, 164.4
  • Fuller, Charles--164.4
  • Funke, Lewis, 1912-1992 ("Lew") (Eugene O'Neill Theater Center)--170.6
  • Gabor, Stanley C. (New York University)--170.6
  • Gaddis, Sarah--164.5
  • Gallagher, Mary--164.5
  • Gallivan, Dan--67.4
  • Gambon, Michael--91.5
  • Ganley, Barbara (Middlebury College)--173.4
  • Gann, Mity C.--78.6
  • Garbus, Martin (see also Frankfurt, Garbus, Klein & Selz)--149.7, 150.6
  • Gardner, Herb, 1934-2003--164.5
  • Gardner, John, 1933-1982--164.5
  • Garfein, Jack--67.4
  • Garza, Jennifer--24.1
  • Gasster, Michael, 1930- (Rutgers University)--67.4
  • Gates, Judy--164.5
  • Geist, Kenneth L.--170.6
  • Gelbart, Larry--164.5
  • Gelber, Jed--92.1
  • Gene Shefrin Associates (Nolan, Betsy)--10.9
  • Gesner, Clark--164.5
  • Getty, Estelle--164.5
  • Giancarlo, Geretta--164.5
  • Gibbons, Jim (Library of America)--36.1
  • Gielgud, John, 1904-2000--164.5
  • Gifford, Ed--164.5
  • Gifford, Michael--164.5
  • Gilhooley, Jack--110.10
  • Gill, Brendan, 1914-1997 (New Yorker)--164.5, 170.6
  • Gillen, Francis (The Pinter Review)--3.4
  • Gillette, Anita, 1936- --164.5
  • Gilliatt, Penelope (New Yorker)--42.8, 45.5
  • Giron, Arthur--110.10
  • Gish, Lillian, 1893-1993--164.5
  • Glaser, William A.--149.7
  • Glenn, Jules--24.2
  • Glucksman, Sy--164.5
  • Goldberg, Howard--70.3
  • Goldberg, Jane--164.5
  • Goldberg McDuffie Communications--95.4
  • Golder, Dave--164.5
  • Goldman, Andrew--149.7
  • Goldsmith, Judith--67.4
  • Goldsmith, Lawrence C., 1916-2004--53.9
  • Goldsmith, Lee--164.5
  • Goldstein, Bill--119.2
  • Golter, Gretl--143.3
  • Golub, Peter--92.10
  • Goode, Mort--164.5
  • Goodman, Dean--75.6
  • Goodman, Walter (Playboy)--10.9
  • Gordon, Barbara--164.5
  • Gordon, Lois G.--67.4, 129.4, 143.6
  • Gordon, Lyndall--103.2
  • Gorey, Edward, 1925-2000--164.5
  • Gottlieb, Robert, 1931- (Alfred A. Knopf)--42.8, 119.2
  • Gourmet--175.7
  • Graham, Barbara--164.5
  • Granick, Harry--164.5
  • Grant, Howard B.--176.1
  • Grant, Micki--164.5
  • Gray, Barry--164.5
  • Gray, James P.--93.6
  • Gray, Martin ("Marty")--172.7
  • Gray, Simon, 1936-2008--164.5
  • Gray, Spalding, 1941-2004--164.5
  • Gray, Stephen, 1941- --42.8, 89.6
  • Green, Gerald--128.1
  • Green, Jessica (Harper's Bazaar)--2.1
  • Green, Stanley--164.5
  • Greenburg, Dan--164.5
  • Greene, Alexis (Susan Smith Blackburn Prize)--183.3
  • Greene, Luther--164.5
  • Greene, Sherman--164.5
  • Greenfield-Sanders, Timothy--93.7, 164.5
  • Gregory, André--164.5
  • Gregory, Dick--164.5
  • Greskovic, Robert--92.10
  • Grey, Joel, 1932- --94.9, 164.5
  • Grilli, Peter (Grilli & Associates)--121.9
  • Grosvenor, Lucie--164.5
  • Grove/Atlantic, Inc.--1.7, 2.1
  • Grove Press--164.5
  • Gruson, Sydney (New York Times)--170.6
  • Guare, John--23.3, 24.1, 164.5
  • Guerrero, José--164.5
  • Guidall, George--164.5
  • Guilbault, George--164.5
  • Gummere, Richard--164.5
  • Gunn, Bill--126.8
  • Gurney, A. R. (Albert Ramsdell), 1930- --21.7, 164.5
  • Gusson, Tim--126.7
  • Gussow, Adam--175.9
  • Gussow, Alan--170.7
  • Gussow, Anna--176.1
  • Gussow, Bernard--175.9
  • Gussow, Betty--176.1
  • Gussow, Charles E.--164.5
  • Gussow, Charlotte--175.9
  • Gussow, Don--10.9, 176.1
  • Gussow, Ethan--10.9
  • Gussow, Ruth--170.6
  • Guthrie Theater--24.2, 42.8
  • Gutierrez, Jesse M. (Americas Society/Council of the Americas)--148.5
  • Hackady, Hal--165.1
  • Haessler, George--170.6
  • Hagan, John--24.1
  • Hagen, Uta, 1919-2004--21.6, 23.5, 24.1
  • Hale, Allean (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)--156.4
  • Hall, Ann C. (Ohio Dominican College)--130.8
  • Hall, Peter--21.7
  • Hambleton, Merrell H.--165.1
  • Hamburger, Anne--95.3
  • Hamilton, David--165.1
  • Hamilton, Joel and Jill--172.7
  • Hamilton, William--165.1
  • Hammerman, Robert I. H.--105.8
  • Hammond, J. Phil--44.5
  • Hanks, Nancy--165.1
  • Hanscom, Leslie ("Les")--149.7, 165.1
  • Harcourt Brace & Company--128.2
  • Hardiman, Mary--107.2
  • Hardy Holzman Pfeiffer Associates (Hardy, Hugh, 1932-)--71.12
  • Hare, David, 1947- --45.5
  • Harnick, Sheldon--165.1
  • Harper & Row, Publishers--10.9
  • Harper's Magazine--79.7, 175.2, 175.8
  • Harris, Barbara, 1935- --96.3, 165.1
  • Hart, Kitty Carlisle, 1910-2007--165.1
  • Hartford Courant--175.7
  • Harvey, Sidney D.--92.4
  • Hastings, Baird (Mozart Festival Orchestra)--22.12
  • Haun, Harry--132.8
  • Hauser, Ethel Aaron--45.5
  • Havis, Allan--165.1
  • Hawkins, Bill--165.1
  • Hayden, Terese--45.5
  • Hays, David--165.1
  • Hazzard, Shirley, 1931- --165.1
  • Heaney, John--92.10
  • Hebert-Slater, Marilee--165.1
  • Hecht, Josh--165.1
  • Heide, Robert, 1939- --21.5
  • The Heinz Awards--107.4, 183.5
  • Helene, Kathryn (Philadelphia Festival Theatre for New Plays)--182.2
  • Heller, Daniel--128.1
  • Heller, Franklin--154.6
  • Heller, Joseph--165.1
  • Heneker, Peter--165.1
  • Henriksen, Lance, 1940- --165.1
  • Henry, William A.--165.1
  • Henry Holt and Company (Locke, Tracy)--63.8
  • Hepburn, Katharine, 1907-2003--165.1
  • Herman Levin Productions (Levin, Herman, 1907-1990)--103.10
  • Herman Melville's Arrowhead, Berkshire County Historical Society--128.4
  • Hern, Nick--1.7, 2.1, 3.3, 3.6, 4.1, 35.7, 174.7
  • Hernon, Peter (St. Louis Globe-Democrat)--42.8
  • Herrick Memorial Library, Alfred University (Littell, Alan)--132.6
  • Herring, Janet--74.5
  • Herzfeld, Morris--149.7
  • Herzog, Harry--170.6
  • Hewes, Henry--165.1, 170.9
  • Hewitt, Alan, 1915-1986--165.1
  • Hift, Fred--10.9, 11.1
  • Hightower, John B. (John Brantley), 1933- --165.1
  • Hilferty, Susan--181.3-4
  • Hill, Lyman M.--99.3
  • Hilliard, Celia--3.3
  • Hinz, Dorothy--170.6
  • Hirsch, Edward--97.10
  • Hirschhorn, Joel--165.1
  • Hoagland, Edward--165.1
  • Hobson, Harold--133.6
  • Hoffecker, Felicity--165.1
  • Hoffman, Anne--see Kronenfeld, Anne Byrne
  • Hoffman, Dustin, 1937- --165.1
  • Hoffman, Theodore--165.1
  • Holbrook, Hal--165.1
  • Holden, Joan--165.1
  • Holditch, W. Kenneth--36.1-2
  • Holiday--62.8, 79.7, 174.11, 175.7
  • Holland, Anthony--170.6
  • Holly, Sénéchal--165.1
  • Holmes, Gerald--112.3
  • Holt, Will--165.1
  • Holtzman, Jonathan--79.10
  • Holyoke Daily Transcript--175.7
  • Holzer, Adela--165.1
  • Home News--175.7
  • Honolulu Advertiser--175.8
  • Honolulu Star-Bulletin--175.8
  • Hope, Kenneth (John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation)--44.5
  • Hopkins Center--78.4
  • Horizon--157.2
  • Horovitz, Israel--69.4, 100.5, 113.9, 126.7, 165.1
  • Houghton, James--140.2
  • House, Alicia--165.1
  • Houseman, John--165.1
  • Houston, Julie--165.1
  • Howard, Richard, 1929- --23.3
  • Hubbard, Henry (Newsweek)--170.6, 180.1
  • Hubbard-Braun, Janet--42.8
  • Humana Festival (Actors Theatre of Louisville)--55.1
  • Hunnable, Rebecca P.--170.6
  • Hunter, Nathaniel Cornwall--70.3
  • Hunter College of The City University of New York, Department of Theatre--67.4
  • Hunzinger, Stefani--21.5, 23.5, 24.1-2
  • Hurley, Joseph--165.1
  • Huston, John, 1906-1987--4.8
  • Huston, Philip, 1910-1980--165.1
  • Hutchings, Robert--165.1
  • Hutton, Arlene--130.8
  • Hwang, David Henry, 1957- --105.13
  • Hyatt, Gordon--137.1
  • Inge, William--21.9
  • Innaurato, Albert, 1948- --165.2, 170.6
  • Intellectual Digest (Goldman, Martin)--112.7
  • International Creative Management--10.9, 91.5, 125.6, 126.8, 153.8, 170.6
  • International Famous Agency--10.9, 11.1
  • Ionesco Fest '95--101.6
  • The Irish Repertory Theatre (O'Reilly, Ciaran and Moore, Charlotte)--67.9
  • Irish Tourist Board--69.2
  • Irving, John, 1942- --23.5, 165.2
  • Irving, Jules, 1925- (Repertory Theater of Lincoln Center)--108.3-4
  • Irwin, Bill, 1950- --44.5, 102.6, 165.2
  • Isaac, Dan, 1930- --155.3
  • Ives, David--165.2
  • Izzo, David Garrett--22.12
  • Jacobi, Lou--165.2
  • Jacobs, Ellen--110.5
  • Jacobson, Lou--165.2
  • Jacobson, L_____--91.5
  • Jacobson, Sol--122.7, 132.8, 170.6
  • James, Robert--172.7
  • Jansen, Christine--165.2
  • Janz, Milli (American Community Cultural Center Association)--122.3
  • Japan Society--103.4, 144.12
  • Jarrell, Mary--165.2
  • Jason, Robert--165.2
  • Jehlen, Myra--103.2
  • Jenkins, Jeffrey (Best Plays)--93.5
  • Jenkins, Jo-an--80.7
  • Jenness, Morgan--181.3-4
  • Jersey Journal--175.7
  • Jerusalem Post--175.8
  • John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation--104.11, 116.9, 141.12, 182.2-6
  • John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation--109.5, 170.8, 181.6-8, 182.1
  • Johnson, Gib--24.2
  • Johnson, Morse--138.7, 165.2
  • Johnston, Edward--23.3
  • Jones, Cherry, 1956- --165.2
  • Jones, Elinor--165.2
  • Jones, James, 1921-1977--10.9
  • Jones, Leslie E.--23.4
  • Jones, Sabra--165.2
  • Jones, Thomas O.--156.5
  • Jory, Jon (Human Festival)--55.3, 165.2
  • Junker, Howard--165.2
  • Jussawalla, Feroza F., 1953- --119.2
  • Kaczmarek, Bill (Lark Theatre Company)--105.13
  • Kahn, Michael, 1945- --165.3
  • Kalfin, Robert--165.3
  • Kane, Allegro--165.3
  • Kaplan, Dick--165.3
  • Kaplan, Fred--103.2
  • Kaplan, Shirley (Sarah Lawrence College)--104.6
  • Karnilova, Maria--165.3
  • Karolyi, Michael--1.7
  • Kass, Nance--165.3
  • Kass, Sam Henry--165.3
  • Katz, Rita Ellix (New York University)--170.6
  • Kaufman, Alan--69.4
  • Kaufman Schneider, Anne--165.3
  • Kaufmann, Stanley--23.5
  • Kauth, Benjamin--149.7
  • Kavanaugh, Susan--173.4
  • Kawalek, Erika--99.5
  • Kay Morris Public Relations (Morris, Kay)--155.3
  • Kaylin, Walter--165.3
  • Kazan, Elia--165.3
  • Kean, Norman, 1934-1988--42.8
  • Keene, Donald (Columbia University)--70.8
  • Keil, Mary--165.3
  • Kelleher, Edward C.--165.3
  • Kelly, Darin--148.1
  • Kelly, Francis M., Jr.--97.4
  • Kelly, Katherine E. (Texas A&M University)--143.6
  • Kenan, Dolores--165.3
  • Kennedy, Adrienne--165.3
  • Kennedy, Kath--165.3
  • Kerr, Deborah, 1921-2007--21.11
  • Kerr, Jean--165.3
  • Kerr, Walter, 1913-1996--165.3
  • Kiley, David Scott--165.3
  • Kiley, Richard--165.3
  • Kilgore, Emilie--165.3
  • Kilgore, Mimi--170.9
  • Kindlund, Susan--165.3
  • King, Henry, 1886-1982--10.9
  • King, Peggy--99.3
  • King, Rusty (New York Times)--67.4
  • Kingsley-Smith, Terence--165.3
  • Kinney, Arthur F., 1933- --165.3
  • Kissel, Howard (Women's Wear Daily)--170.6
  • Kitman, Marvin, 1929- --165.3
  • Kluger, Dick--165.3
  • Knee, Allan--67.4, 165.3
  • Knickerbocker News--175.7
  • Knight, Sue--109.3
  • Knock, Thomas J.--10.9
  • Knowlson, James--67.4, 69.4
  • Knudson, Kurt--165.3
  • Koch, Howard--165.3
  • Koegel, Otto E.--11.1
  • Komanoff, Charles--67.4
  • Koncius, Naomi--67.4
  • Kopit, Arthur L.--165.3
  • Korda, Michael, 1933- (Simon & Schuster)--24.1, 42.8, 44.5, 165.3
  • Korovin, Gwen S.--165.3
  • Koss, Sholom S.--23.5
  • Kotker, Zane--23.5
  • Kotto, Rita I.--105.10
  • Koutoukas, H. M. (Haralambos Monroe), 1937-2010--165.3
  • Kouymjian, Dickran (California State University Fresno)--107.7
  • Kraemer, Joe (The Juilliard School, Drama Division)--122.4
  • Kramer, Larry--45.5, 133.6, 165.3
  • Kramer, Margia--137.6
  • Krause, Tom (Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corporation)--10.9
  • Kroll, Jack (Newsweek)--170.6
  • Kroll, Lucy--165.3
  • Kronenfeld (Hoffman), Anne Byrne--149.7
  • Kubasik, Ben (New Yorker)--42.8
  • Kunitz, Stanley, 1905-2006--105.8
  • Kushner, Tony--105.8
  • Kyd, Joanna--74.4
  • LaBute, Neil--165.4
  • Lacey, Richard--11.1
  • Ladies' Home Journal--83.3, 177.6
  • LaGravenese, Richard--63.7
  • Lahr, John (New Yorker)--36.2, 102.6
  • Lahti, Christine--21.12
  • Lake, Eric--180.1
  • Lamont, Rosette C. (Queens College)--45.5, 116.3
  • Lancaster Newspapers Inc.--175.7-8
  • Lane, Bloor--149.7
  • Lane, Lynn--23.5
  • Lang, Fritz, 1890-1976--10.9
  • Langella, Frank--165.4
  • Langton, Basil--148.1
  • Langworthy, Norma--149.7
  • Lantz, Robert--23.3, 24.2, 165.4, 183.8
  • Larkin, Robert W.--165.4
  • Last Frontier Theatre Conference--105.14, 106.2, 106.4-5
  • Laster, Owen (William Morris Agency)--11.6, 23.4, 24.2, 24.4, 143.6
  • Laurence, Paula--165.4
  • Lauro, Shirley--165.4, 183.5
  • Lavelli, Lucinda--165.4
  • Lavin, Linda, 1937- --165.4
  • Law Collective of Wilson & Burnstein--137.7
  • Lawrence, Paula S.--165.4
  • Lawson, Steve--42.8, 45.5, 165.4
  • Layne, Mary--165.4
  • Lazar, Irving, 1907-1993--165.4
  • Leach, Will--165.4
  • Lebar, Alvin--165.4
  • Lebow, Barbara--165.4
  • Lee, Bernice (Works by Women)--122.3
  • Lee, Janet Waldo and Robison, Deborah--170.9
  • Lee, Ronald S.--165.4
  • LeFrak, Francine--23.5, 165.4
  • LeFrak, Samuel J.--165.4
  • Leggewie, Edward--10.9
  • Le Groupe Théâtral--130.2
  • Lehrer, Murray--50.2
  • LeMassena, William, 1916-1993--165.4
  • Le Mon, William James--24.2, 165.4
  • Lerner, Karen--165.4
  • Lettunich, Mateo--149.5, 149.7, 165.4
  • Lev, Eleonora--115.5
  • Leval, Pierre N.--165.4
  • Leverich, Lyle--24.1, 36.2, 156.4
  • Levin, Ira--128.1
  • Le Vine, David E.--170.9
  • Levine, Mindy N. (Off Off Broadway Alliance)--126.6
  • Levine, Sydney P.--24.2
  • Levitas, Mike (New York Times)--53.6
  • Levitt, H. N.--165.4
  • Lewin, Edward A.--24.3
  • Lewis, Allan--170.7
  • Lewis, Anthony (New York Times)--70.7, 118.5, 130.8
  • Lewis, "Bobby"--165.4
  • Lewis, Robert--165.4
  • Li, Donald--165.5
  • Libin, Paul--165.5
  • Library and Museum of the Performing Arts--165.5
  • Library of America--36.1-3
  • Liebling, Howard (Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corporation)--10.9
  • Liebow, Cynthia (Denoël [Firm])--3.3, 130.2
  • Light, Sylvan D.--10.9
  • Lincoln, C. Ranlet--165.5
  • Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts--126.5, 130.4, 149.2
  • Lincoln Center Theater (Gersten, Bernard)--67.9
  • Lindon, Jérôme--67.9
  • Lindsey, Neva O.--11.2
  • Linney, Romulus, 1930- --21.12, 108.6, 165.5
  • Lipper/Viking Penguin (Atlas, James)--1.7
  • Lippin, Renee--165.5
  • Little, Brown and Company--10.9, 11.3
  • Litz, A. W., Jr.--165.5
  • Livesey, Margot--165.5
  • Lloyd Webber, Andrew, 1948- --109.3
  • Lockhart, James--165.5
  • Lodato, Victor--181.4
  • Loden, Barbara--165.5--165.5
  • Lodge, David, 1935- --103.2, 165.5
  • Lombard Freid Fine Arts (Freid, Lea)--65.4
  • London, Todd--165.5
  • Londré, Felicia Hardison, 1941- --24.2
  • Long, William Ivey--165.5
  • Long Island Press--175.8
  • Long Wharf Theatre (New Haven, Conn.)--165.5
  • Look--175.7-8
  • Lord, Sterling (Sterling Lord Literistic)--149.7
  • Lortel, Lucille--165.5
  • Lounsbury, Ron--165.5
  • Lowe, Florence (National Endowment for the Arts)--170.7
  • Lucas, George, 1944- --179.4
  • Luckinbill, Laurence--165.5
  • Lucy Kroll Agency--103.10
  • Ludlum, Anne--165.5
  • Luere, Jeane--18.1, 21.12
  • Lugton, Robert C.--137.1
  • Lukinson, Sara--23.4
  • Lust, Geraldine, 1920-1987--67.4, 165.5
  • Lustman-Findling, Katharine--165.5
  • Lydon, Christopher--165.5
  • Lynbrook Fine Arts Committee--10.9
  • Lynch, Kate--122.3
  • Lynn, Gina--93.7
  • Lynn Goldberg Communications--82.5
  • Lyon, James K. (University of California San Diego)--72.11
  • Mabou Mines (Theater group)--166.1
  • McCabe, Gibson (Newsweek)--180.1
  • McCall's--175.7-8
  • McCann, Elizabeth I. (Elizabeth Ireland), 1931- --21.12, 166.1
  • McCardell, John (Middlebury College)--173.3
  • McCarthy, Frank, 1912-1986--10.9
  • McClatchy, J. D., 1945- --166.1
  • McClatchy, Sandy--149.7
  • McColl, Patricia--166.1
  • McCracken, Ken (Rochester Post-Bulletin)--121.2
  • McCrum, Robert--24.2
  • McDowell, Roddy--166.1
  • McGarry, Laura--166.1
  • McGill, Dennis M. (Chapel Hill Press, Inc.)--110.6
  • McGill, Doug--166.1
  • McGovern, Elizabeth, 1961- --166.1
  • McGuire, William Biff--148.1
  • Machiz, Herbert--166.1
  • McHaney, Pearl A. (Georgia State University)--36.2
  • McIntyre, Dennis--110.10, 131.2
  • McKamy, Kent--45.5
  • McKellen, Ian--111.3
  • Mackintosh, Cameron--166.1
  • MacLaine, Shirley, 1934- --166.1
  • McNally, Terrence--21.13, 24.2
  • MacNeil, Robert (The MacNeil/Lehrer Newshour)--45.5
  • McPhillips III, Joseph A--166.1
  • McQuain, Jeff (New York Times)--67.4
  • Madison Square Garden--170.6
  • Madore, James--170.2
  • Maffia, Roma--166.1
  • Magnum Photos, inc.--2.1
  • Malpede, Karen--166.1
  • Maltin, Leonard--166.1
  • Mamet, David--111.8, 166.1
  • Manchester, Joe--166.1
  • Manhattan Theatre Club--112.2, 166.1
  • Manley, Sandra (Bill Evans Public Relations)--74.4
  • Manley, Sandra and Dolby, Cheryl Sue (The Merlin Group)--170.7
  • Mann, Emily--112.6, 166.1
  • Mann, Theodore--166.1
  • Manning, Gordon, 1917-2006 (NBC News)--67.4, 121.5, 166.1
  • Manno, Karen--166.1
  • Mannucci, Mark--102.6
  • Mapp, Erica--118.5
  • Margittai, Tom and Kovi, Paul--170.6
  • Markfield, Wallace--166.1
  • Markoe, Karen E.--166.1
  • Marks, Donald--153.8
  • Marks, Ed (New York Times)--97.1
  • Marlin, Emily--134.14
  • Marmont Management Ltd.--135.7
  • Marpet, Joseph R.--71.3
  • Marranca, Bonnie--166.1
  • Marshall, E. G., 1914-1998--67.4
  • Marshall, Milford S.--166.1
  • Marshall, Norman--166.1
  • Martin, Chris--166.1
  • Martin, Christopher--110.10
  • Martin, Elliot--170.7
  • Martin, Mary, 1913-1990--166.1
  • Martin, Steve, 1945---166.1
  • Marvin Joseph Associates--10.9
  • Marx, Arthur, 1921- --128.1
  • Mason, Marshall W. (Circle Repertory Company)--166.1, 170.7
  • Matalon, Vivian--166.1
  • Mathis, Virginia--137.1
  • Mattes, Jed--103.1
  • Matthews, Thomas--166.1
  • Mayer, Fred L.--126.8
  • Mayer, Jerry--166.1, 170.7
  • Mayer, Peter--24.1
  • Maxim, John--23.4-5
  • Meadow, Lynne (Manhattan Theatre Club)--170.7
  • Mecartney, Joyce--67.4
  • Medoff, Mark Howard--166.2
  • Mee, Charles L. Jr.--166.2
  • Mehta, Sonny--166.2
  • Melfi, John--113.9
  • Memel, Ros--166.2
  • Menard, Wilmon--71.3
  • Mendelson, Lee--92.10
  • Mendelson, Timothy R. (assistant to Elizabeth Taylor)--23.3
  • Merchant, Ismail--166.2
  • Merchant Ivory Productions (Merchant, Ismail)--113.11
  • The Meriden Record Company--175.7
  • Merriam, Eve, 1916-1992--110.10, 166.2
  • Merrick, David, 1911-2000--166.2
  • Merritt, Susan Hollis (The Pinter Review)--130.6
  • Metz, Roswitha--122.3
  • Mewshaw, Mike--166.2
  • Meyer, Danny--23.5
  • Meyers, Jeffrey--166.2
  • Miami Book Fair International--118.3
  • Midd Time Variety Show--172.7
  • Middlebrook, Coy--155.3
  • Middletown Daily Record--175.7
  • Milestone, Lewis, 1895-1980--10.9
  • Milgrim, Lynn--166.2
  • Milikin, Paul--128.1
  • Miller, Arthur, 1915-2005--115.6, 166.2
  • Miller, Diana--112.9
  • Miller, Gilbert--44.5
  • Miller, Judy--112.9, 113.1
  • Miller, Julia--166.2
  • Milstein, Judy--166.2
  • Milwaukee Journal--175.7
  • Milwaukee Repertory Theater--42.8
  • Minute Man National Historical Park (Agency : U.S.)--97.1
  • Mishkin, Arnon A. (WNET [Television station: New York, N.Y.])--170.7
  • Mishkin, Leo (Morning Telegraph)--10.9
  • Mitchell, Gordon S.--11.1
  • Modern Library (Ebershoff, David)--11.6
  • Moffat, Donald--166.2
  • Mogilat, Serge (New York Shakespeare Festival)--126.6
  • Moody, Michael Dorn--166.2
  • Moore, Charlotte--166.2
  • Moore, Honor, 1945- --166.2
  • Mordecai, Benjamin (Sageworks)--183.2
  • Morley, Sheridan, 1941-2007--166.2
  • Morning Call--166.2
  • Morris, Jadine--123.3
  • Morrison, Lucinda--166.2
  • Morse, Emily--181.4
  • Morse, Richard--166.2
  • Mortimer, John, 1923-2009--24.1
  • Morton, Andrew--166.2
  • Mosel, Tad--166.2, 170.7
  • Mosher, Gregory--166.2, 170.7
  • Moskowitz, Sidney M.--166.2
  • Mosley, Robert--10.9
  • Moss, Cynthia--116.9
  • Mostel, Zero, 1915-1977--166.2
  • Mullen, Judith (Paramount Pictures Corporation)--10.9
  • Murray, Brian, 1937- --166.2
  • Murray, John--166.2
  • Musical Theatre Works (Teele, Mike)--182.7
  • Myers, Jan--50.2
  • Nabokov, Dmitri--23.3
  • Nadel, Ira (The University of British Columbia)--143.6
  • Nadel, Norman (Scripps-Howard Newspapers)--117.3, 149.7, 166.3
  • Naipaul, V. S. (Vidiadhar Surajprasad), 1932- --119.2, 166.3
  • Nason, Donald--172.7
  • Nason, Nancy (Peekskill Evening Star)--149.7
  • Nassau BOCES (Board of Cooperative Educational Services)--149.2, 183.8
  • Nathaniel, Linda--166.3
  • Nation--175.7
  • National Theatre (Great Britain)--86.7, 184.3
  • Neidecker, Helen--166.3
  • Nelson, Christine--166.3
  • Nelson, Don (Daily News)--170.7
  • Nessim, Sandra--166.3
  • Nevelson, Louise, 1899-1988--21.15
  • Neville, Phoebe--166.3
  • New Lafayette Theatre (Bullins, Ed)--71.12
  • New London Day--175.7-8
  • New School for Social Research (New York, N.Y.)--54.3
  • New Talent Directions (Silver, Roy)--79.7
  • New York--140.4
  • New York City Cultural Council, Cultural Council Foundation--65.6
  • New York Community Trust (Helen Merrill Award)--181.3-4
  • New York Drama Critics' Circle--67.4, 182.7
  • New York Journal-American--175.7
  • New York Mirror--175.7-8
  • New York Post--175.7
  • New York Public Library for the Performing Arts (Theatre Library Association)--62.4, 93.9, 107.4-5, 146.6, 171.1
  • New York Review of Books--149.8
  • New York Theatre Workshop (Nicola, James C.)--67.9
  • New York Times--77.7, 87.6, 94.2, 112.7, 114.4, 132.2, 136.4, 142.5, 143.3, 146.6, 153.8, 178.1, 178.5
  • New York University, School of the Arts--95.1
  • New York University, School of Continuing Education--179.1-2, 179.4
  • New Yorker--42.4, 42.8, 174.10
  • Newhouse, Mitzi--126.5
  • Newman, Al (Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer)--170.7
  • Newsday--175.8
  • Newsweek--175.7
  • Nichols, Mike--23.3, 24.1, 166.3
  • Nichols, Peter, 1927- --45.5
  • Nick Hern Books--1.4, 1.7, 2.1, 2.8, 3.3, 3.6, 4.1, 23.3, 35.7, 174.7
  • Nickelay, Mike--170.7
  • Niederkorn, William--139.7
  • Nims, Petha--170.7
  • 92nd Street Y--69.4, 97.1, 157.5
  • Norman, Marc, 1941- --143.3
  • Norman, Marsha--122.4
  • The North Adams Transcript--175.8
  • North London Hospice (Moser, Edna)--35.7
  • Norton, Elliot, 1903- --166.3
  • Nugent, Nelle (Foxboro Productions)--45.5, 91.5, 166.3
  • Nugget--175.7
  • Oakes, John--67.4, 67.7, 67.9, 69.4
  • Oberon Books--24.2, 24.4
  • O'Casey, Shivaun--67.4
  • O'Connor, James--67.4
  • O'Connor, Patrick--103.3
  • Odgers, Elizabeth--80.9
  • Ogden, Leslie P.--176.1, 178.1
  • O'Hara, Donald (University of Connecticut)--119.2
  • Oliver, Edith, 1913- --166.4
  • Olivier, Laurence, 1907-1989--23.3, 166.4
  • O'Malley, Glyn--23.4, 123.1, 166.4
  • O'Morrison, Kevin--67.4, 166.4
  • Open Windows Productions--115.5
  • Opening Doors Productions--96.4
  • Orson, Barbara T.--110.6
  • Osborne, John, 1929-1994--23.3
  • Ostler, Bruce (Bret-Adams Limited)--182.6
  • Ostrow, Stuart, 1932- --166.4
  • O'Sullivan, Vincent--10.10
  • Overmyer, Eric--123.8
  • Owens, Dan--166.4
  • Owens, Rochelle--166.4
  • Paavola, Marc E.--122.7
  • Pacino, Al, 1940- --166.4
  • Page, Anthony, 1935- --24.1
  • Pageant--177.6
  • Pally, Alan J.--23.4, 24.2-3
  • Palmer, Robert J.--149.7
  • Pan Asian Repertory Theatre--124.5
  • Paper Bag Players--166.4
  • Papp, Gail--126.8
  • Papp, Joseph--125.6, 126.4, 126.8
  • Paris Art Center--63.3
  • Parke, Richard H.--45.5
  • Parks, Suzan-Lori--127.6, 166.4
  • Parone, Edward--21.17, 113.9
  • Parsons, Estelle--166.4
  • Partnership for the Arts (McKaughan, Joe)--108.4
  • Paterson Evening News--175.7
  • Patrick, John--166.4
  • Patriot and Evening News--175.7
  • Paul, Kent--166.4
  • Pauly, Jennifer (New York Times)--11.6
  • Payne, Ruby--166.4
  • Peacock, Thomas P.--117.1
  • Pearson, Noel--87.7
  • Peck, Sy (New York Times)--42.8
  • PEN American Center--115.4
  • Pender, Rick--123.1
  • Pendergrast, Richard ("Pendy")--172.7
  • Pendleton, Austin--166.4
  • Penguin Books USA, Inc.--119.2, 128.4
  • Pennebaker, D. A.--166.4
  • Perelman, S. J. (Sidney Joseph), 1904-1979--166.4
  • The Performance Group (Schechner, Richard)--126.7
  • Perloff, Carey--143.6, 166.4
  • Perry, Ted (Middlebury College)--173.5
  • Perskin, Amelia--50.2
  • Peters, Cyril--166.4
  • Peterson, Bruce--172.7
  • Philadelphia Inquirer--175.7
  • Philip Rinaldi Publicity/Public Relations--101.6
  • Phillips, Ethan--166.4
  • Phillips, Robin--170.7
  • Piazza, Ben, 1934- --21.18
  • Pickwick Public Relations (Newcomb, Patricia)--179.3
  • Pielmeier, John--166.4
  • The Pierpont Morgan Library--74.9, 132.6
  • Pinter, Harold, 1930-2008--3.3, 21.16, 130.3, 166.4
  • Pintoff, Ernest (Ernie)--132.7, 166.4
  • Piscator, Erwin, 1893-1966--166.4
  • Pittsburgh Post-Gazette--175.7
  • Plainfield Courier-News--175.7
  • Playboy--10.6, 10.9, 175.8
  • The Players--113.15, 183.1
  • Plowright, Joan--23.3
  • Pohlers, Richard--10.10
  • Poland, Albert--166.4
  • Polo, Richard--170.7
  • Porter, Bruce--180.1
  • Poteet, Frances--166.4
  • Poughkeepsie New Yorker--175.7
  • Powell, Anthony, 1905-2000--166.4
  • Prager, Annabelle--166.4
  • Prague Quadrennial (1995)--131.9
  • Prashker, Betty A.--42.8
  • Premier MaxWorks--65.5
  • Prentice, Penelope (D'Youville College)--130.8
  • Press Box--166.4
  • Price, Michael P.--166.4
  • Price, Phillip--166.4
  • Primary Stages Company--45.5, 110.10, 111.2
  • Prince, Harold, 1928- --166.4
  • Profile Theatre Project--115.2
  • Pruneau, Phillip--166.4
  • The Pulitzer Prizes--183.2
  • Pynchon, Thomas--166.4
  • P_____, Frank--128.1
  • RW Work Ltd. (Beer, Steven Bradley)--38.7
  • Rabe, David--166.5
  • Radiches, James-Daniel--23.4
  • Radzminski, Wayne--23.5
  • Ragasa, Christine--93.8
  • Raidy, William A.--18.1
  • Raines, Howell (New York Times)--149.7
  • Ramsay, Gustavus Remak--166.5
  • Ramsay, Margaret, 1908-1991--45.5, 133.6, 166.5
  • Rand, Leon--166.5
  • Randall, Tony--166.5
  • Random House (Firm) (Silberman, James H.)--10.10
  • Rasky, Harry (Canadian Broadcasting Corporation)--118.5
  • Rath, Bill--24.2
  • Rayner, Mindi--91.1
  • Read, Robyn--166.5
  • Rebeck, Theresa--166.5
  • Reeve, Christopher, 1952-2004--166.5
  • Remer, Jane--108.4
  • Renoir, Jean, 1894-1979--10.10
  • Repertory Theater of Lincoln Center--108.3
  • Reporter--175.7-8
  • Reyes, Alexeis--120.8
  • Rhodes, Robert Charles--110.10
  • Ribalow, Meir Z.--166.5
  • Rice, James L. (University of Oregon)--147.4
  • Richard Burton Hemophilia Fund (Roman, Murray)--75.2
  • Richards, Jeffrey (Jeffrey Richards Associates)--44.5, 45.5
  • Richards, Lloyd--166.5
  • Riedel, Karen--110.10
  • Riegelman, Rusty--50.2
  • Rigg, Diana--22.2
  • Riggs, Edgar--122.3
  • Riley, Betsy--44.5
  • Riley, Sally--119.2
  • Rioles, Cate M.--22.11
  • Ritter, Nelda--174.6
  • Riverrun Press--67.4
  • Rivers, Joan--166.5
  • Robbins, Jerome--153.8
  • Roberts, Cliona--166.5
  • Roberts, Flora--166.5
  • Roberts, Tom--44.5
  • Robison, Olin (Middlebury College)--170.7
  • Rocamora, Carol (Philadelphia Festival Theatre for New Plays)--110.10
  • The Rockefeller Foundation--135.1, 170.10
  • The Rockefeller Foundation, Bellagio Study and Conference Center--183.5
  • Rockwell and Newell, Inc.--10.10
  • Rodenburg, Patsy, 1953- --166.5
  • Rodgers, Richard, 1902-1979--166.5
  • Rodman, Selden, 1909-2002--166.5
  • Roerick, William, 1912- --166.5
  • Roger Morgan Studio (Wulp, John)--92.9
  • Rogers & Cowan (Firm)--166.5
  • Rogers, Cowan & Brenner Public Relations--81.13, 81.15, 84.1
  • Rogers, Denise--166.5
  • Rogoff, Gordon, 1931- --166.5
  • Romano, Joe (University of the South [Sewanee])--155.1
  • Rome, Harold, 1908-1993--166.5
  • Rore, Reva--166.5
  • Rorem, Ned, 1923- --22.3, 24.1
  • Rosen, Sumner M. (Columbia University School of Social Work)--122.3
  • Rosenbaum, Martin--130.7
  • Rosenberg, David A.--50.5
  • Rosenberg, Edgar Alfred--166.5
  • Rosenberg, Helen N.--67.4
  • Rosenblatt, Roger--166.5
  • Rosenblum, M. Edgar--42.8
  • Rosenfield, Jonas, Jr. (Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corporation)--10.10
  • Rosenman, Samuel I.--10.10
  • Rosenthal, Rolf W.--170.7
  • Ross, James K. ("Jake") (J. B. Lippincott Company)--170.7
  • Ross, Ruth--103.10
  • Ross, Soledad--172.7
  • Rosset, Barney (Blue Moon Books)--67.9, 68.1-2
  • Rosset, Peter--69.4
  • Rosten, Norman, 1914- --166.5
  • Roth, Wolfgang, 1910-1988--166.5
  • Rothenberg, David (The Fortune Society; David Rothenburg Associates)--81.7, 170.7
  • Rotter, Clara (New York Times)--176.1
  • Roudané, Matthew (Georgia State University)--23.5, 36.2
  • Roundabout Theatre Company--130.8
  • Rowan, David--166.5
  • Royal Shakespeare Company--184.3
  • Rudd, Paul, 1940- --42.8
  • Rudin, Max (Library of America)--36.2-3, 115.6
  • Rudolph, Ellen (Off-Off-Broadway Association)--170.7
  • Ruhl, Sarah--105.13, 182.6
  • Russell, John--166.5
  • Russo, Richard, 1949- --135.12, 166.5
  • Rutherfurd, Edward--135.13
  • Ryan, Cornelius--10.10
  • Sacharow, Larry--23.5
  • Sackoff, Maurice J.--167.1
  • Sahlins, Bernard--167.1
  • Sale, Deborah--167.1
  • Salisbury, Harrison E. (Harrison Evans), 1908-1993--167.1
  • Samuel Beckett Society (McMillan, Dougald)--67.4
  • Samuel Beckett Society, Colorado State University (Ben-Zvi, Linda)--67.4
  • San Francisco Chronicle--175.7
  • Sanjurjo, Luis (International Creative Management)--42.8, 167.1
  • Santry, Phyllis Ann--167.1
  • Saturday Evening Post--175.8
  • Saturday Review--175.8
  • Savona, Donna L.--167.1
  • Scardino, Don--167.1
  • Schaap, Dick, 1934-2001--167.1
  • Schaper, Douglas B. (Institute of Applied Management Science)--149.7
  • Schell, Maximilian--167.1
  • Schell, Orville--167.1
  • Schevill, James Erwin, 1920- --167.1
  • Schickel, Richard--10.10, 167.1
  • Schiller, Belle--167.1
  • Schlesinger, Yaffa--21.6
  • Schlissel, Lillian (Brooklyn College)--116.11
  • Schmidt, Arthur A. (McLaughlin, Knight, Schmidt & Spagnoli)--170.7
  • Schmidt, Lars--22.7
  • Schneeweiss, Samuel--167.1
  • Schneider, Anne Kaufman--96.6, 104.7, 167.1
  • Schneider, Jana--167.1
  • Schneider, Vickie--167.1
  • Schnurman, Ned--149.7
  • Schulman, David--158.3
  • Schwartz, Bruce D.--167.1
  • Schwartz, Jack (New York Times)--62.4
  • Schwarz, Robert G.--74.5
  • Scott, Arthur--67.4
  • Scott, Pamela--122.4
  • Scripps-Howard Newspapers--175.7
  • Seawell, Donald E.--167.1
  • Second Stage Theatre--24.2
  • Secondi, Joseph--67.4
  • Seeley Jr., Edward S.--167.1
  • Segal, George, 1924-2000--167.1
  • Segal, Martin Eli, 1916- --1.7, 23.5, 38.7, 42.8, 69.2, 69.4, 167.1, 170.7
  • Seldes, Marian--24.1, 167.1
  • Seltzer, Daniel (Princeton University)--170.7
  • Selznick, Daniel Mayer (Danny)--45.5, 167.1
  • Sendak, Maurice--138.4, 167.1
  • Serban, Andrei, 1943- --138.5, 167.1
  • Seroy, Jeff--76.9
  • Shaffer, Peter, 1926- --167.1
  • Shaktman, Ben--42.8, 67.4, 167.1
  • Shanker, Sidney--167.1
  • Shapiro, Harvey, 1924- --167.1
  • Shapli, Omar--167.1
  • Sharland, Elizabeth--167.1
  • Sharp, S. Pearl--167.1
  • Shavel, Mrs. Howard A.--170.7
  • Shawn, Wallace ("Wally")--167.1
  • Shawn, Wallace ("Wally") and Eisenberg, Deborah ("Debby")--170.6
  • Shawn, William (New Yorker)--45.5, 167.1
  • Shay, Michele--167.1
  • Sheaffer, Louis--167.1, 170.7
  • Sheehy, Helen, 1948- --167.1
  • Sheffer, Isaiah--167.1
  • Sherman, A. Joshua--167.1, 175.9
  • Sherman, Esther--19.6
  • Sherman, Howard (Eugene O'Neill Theater Center)--123.3
  • Sherman, Stuart--139.7, 167.1
  • Shewey, Don--44.5, 45.5
  • Shouldice, Frank--69.4
  • Shuman, R. Baird (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)--108.6
  • Shwartz, Susan--167.1
  • Siegel, Arthur--167.2
  • Siegel, Lee E., M.D.--11.1
  • Siems, Larry--123.1
  • Signature Theatre Company (Houghton, James)--108.6
  • Simmons, Anne--23.3
  • Simon, Neil--167.2
  • Simon and Schuster, inc.--23.4, 66.2, 79.3, 92.8, 97.5, 137.3
  • Simons, Richard C., 1933- --167.2
  • Sinise, Gary--167.2
  • Sipper, Ralph B.--21.6, 140.7
  • Sivitz, Shirley--74.5
  • Skinner, Frank D.--44.5
  • Skipitares, Theodora--140.8, 167.2
  • Sklar, Alan--130.8
  • Skloot, Robert (University Theatre, University of Wisconsin-Madison)--136.9
  • Skolkin-Smith, Leora, 1952- --167.2
  • Slattery, Barbara (International Creative Management)--170.7
  • Slavitt, David R., 1935- --167.2
  • Small, Joy--23.5, 167.2
  • Smiley, Logan--167.2
  • Smith, Alfred E.--167.2
  • Smith, Craig (Jean Cocteau Repertory)--170.7
  • Smith, Genevieve Brunet (Virginia Commonwealth University)--67.4
  • Smith, Kirby F.--170.7
  • Smith, Liz, 1923- --167.2
  • Smith, Ralph--23.5
  • Smith, Robert Bartlett--167.2
  • Smith, Sheila, 1933- --167.2
  • Smith and Kraus Books--108.6, 112.9
  • Solomon, Howard (Forest Laboratories, Inc)--170.7, 176.2
  • Solters, O'Rourke & Sabinson--140.5
  • Solters & Sabinson (Schorr, Jose)--100.1
  • Sommer, Josef--167.2
  • Sondheim, Stephen--24.1, 167.2
  • Sonet-Rosenthal, Karen--115.6, 167.2
  • Sopocy, Martin, 1930- --167.2
  • Sotheby's (Firm)--170.1
  • South Side High School Reunion Committee--172.1
  • Southern, Hugh (Theatre Development Fund)--170.7
  • Soyez, Margaretta--149.7
  • Sparhawk, Barbara--110.10
  • Spector, Matthew K.--139.7
  • Speer, Laurel, 1940- --24.2
  • Speicher, John--167.2
  • Spellman, Erica--170.7
  • Spencer, Deborah R.--167.2
  • Spiegel, Sam (Horizon Pictures Ltd.)--11.2
  • Spiegelman, Art--141.4
  • Spielberg, David, 1939- --167.2
  • Spikings, Barry--167.2
  • Springer, John--10.10
  • St. Louis Post-Dispatch--175.7
  • Staff, Varda--167.3
  • Staggs, Sam--10.10
  • Staley, Thomas F. (Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center)--84.7
  • Stamford Advocate--175.7
  • Stamford Center for the Arts (Cohen, Alexander H.)--67.9
  • Standard-Times--175.7
  • Stasio, Marilyn--67.4
  • Staten Island Advance--175.7
  • Steichen, Joanna T.--141.7, 167.3
  • Stein, Howard--167.3--167.3
  • Stein, Phil--44.5
  • Stein, Sol--154.6
  • Steinbeck, Elaine A.--22.6, 23.3, 167.3
  • Steinem, Gloria--167.3
  • Stella Adler Studio of Acting (Adler, Ellen)--154.4
  • Stempel, Tom, 1941- --11.6
  • Stephens, Doris--167.3
  • Steppenwolf Theatre Company (Bisno, Debbie)--141.9
  • Stern, Betsy--50.2
  • Stern, Ed--123.1
  • Sternhagen, Frances--167.3
  • Stevens, Jr., George--167.3
  • Stevens, Virginia--50.2
  • Stevenson, Isabelle, 1915- (American Theatre Wing)--149.7, 167.3
  • Stewart, Ellen, 1920?- --167.3
  • Stimac, Anthony J.--167.3
  • Stires, Ernest, 1926- --22.7
  • Stitt, Milan--167.3
  • Stockton, Dick--67.4
  • Stockton, Sallie B.--67.4
  • Stockton, Susan--167.3
  • Stone, Sheldon--71.3
  • Stoppard, Tom--3.9, 4.1, 24.1, 143.6, 167.3
  • Storch, Arthur (Syracuse Stage)--170.7
  • Storey, David, 1933- --167.3
  • Straight, Beatrice--167.3
  • Stratton, Mabel--50.2
  • Strieber, Whitley--93.7
  • Strowbridge, Clarence C.--167.3
  • Stuart, Kelly--105.13
  • Styne, Jule, 1905-1994--167.3
  • Suid, Lawrence H.--10.10
  • Sullavan, Margaret--176.1
  • Sullivan, Dan, 1935- --131.2
  • Sullivan, Joseph Deuel--67.4
  • Sulzberger, Arthur Ochs, 1951- (New York Times)--130.8, 170.7, 178.1
  • Sun--175.7
  • Susan Bloch and Company--84.4
  • Susan Smith Blackburn Prize--183.3
  • Sutton, Milton--118.5
  • Swados, Elizabeth--167.3
  • Swan, Simone--167.3
  • Swardson, Harold, 1925- (Ohio University)--101.6
  • Sweet, Jeffrey, 1950- --167.3
  • Sweet, John, 1916- --24.2, 92.4
  • Swire, Janet--50.2
  • Symons, Dorothy--149.7
  • Syracuse Stage (Storch, Arthur)--67.4
  • Szogyi, Alex--167.3
  • Taber, Mary Ellen--167.4
  • Tahse, Martin--24.2
  • Talbot, Daniel--67.4
  • Talen, Bill--167.4
  • Tatarian, Roger (United Press International)--11.2
  • Tate, Elizabeth--154.6
  • Tavel, Ronald--167.4
  • Taylor, Bob--167.4
  • Taylor, John (Omaha World-Herald)--159.1
  • Taymor, Julie, 1952- --146.6
  • Temple, Robert--153.8
  • Tennessee Williams Society in Key West (Wilson, Chad)--156.3
  • Terkel, Studs, 1912-2008--167.4
  • Terte, Robert H.--170.7
  • Tesh, Suzanne Snell--167.4
  • Tewksbury, Joan--167.4
  • Thayer, Toni K.--24.1
  • Theatre Communications Group--120.2, 162.6
  • Theatre Ten Thousand (Castle, Nancy)--155.5
  • Thegze, Chuck (Hungarian Radio)--67.4
  • Theroux, Paul--118.5, 167.4
  • Thomas, Gerald, 1920-1933--167.4
  • Thompson, Tazewell, 1948- --167.4
  • Thorne, Francis--23.5
  • Thuna, Leonora ("Lee")--45.5, 167.4
  • Thurston, Ted--167.4
  • Tibaldeo, Camille--167.4
  • Tierney (Lee), Gene--10.10
  • Tillstrom, Richard ("Dick")--22.9
  • Times Literary Supplement--167.4
  • Tindall, Kenneth, 1937- --167.4
  • Tipton, Jennifer--167.4
  • Tolan, Michael, 1925- --42.8
  • Topor, Tom (New York Post)--170.7
  • Topping, Seymour (New York Times)--170.7
  • Torn, Rip, 1931- --167.4
  • Torrington Register--175.7
  • Towle, Ann Stanborough--167.4
  • Tracy, Blossom--167.4
  • TransAtlantik (Pfitzinger, Hans)--42.8
  • Traube, Leonard--167.4
  • Traube, Shepard, 1907-1983--170.7
  • Trillin, Calvin--167.4
  • Troy, Shari (Edwin Booth Award, The City University of New York)--95.3
  • True--175.7
  • Truesdale, Tad, 1926-1988--167.4
  • Tucci, Maria--167.4
  • Turman, Lawrence--167.4
  • TV Guide--175.8
  • Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corporation--159.5, 160.6
  • Tyler, Anne--147.5
  • Ubell, Earl--167.5
  • Udoff, Yale--167.5
  • Uggams, Leslie--167.5
  • Ullmann, Liv--176.1
  • Ungaro, Joan--3.3, 78.9
  • United States. Federal Bureau of Investigation--151.3
  • University of Toronto Press Incorporated--69.6
  • University of Tulsa--118.3, 119.2
  • Valency, Janet--167.5
  • Valente, Renée (Twentieth Century-Fox Television)--10.10
  • Valentino, Paolo--86.7
  • Van Dore, Wade--167.5
  • Van Doren, Adam--146.11, 167.5
  • Van Doren Productions--146.11
  • Van Felix, Florence--50.2
  • Van Itallie, Jean-Claude, 1936- --167.5
  • Van Ness Films--10.10, 11.6
  • Vantresca, Hortense--10.10
  • Verzosa, Andres--116.10
  • Viazzi, Jane White--167.5, 170.7
  • Vidal, Gore, 1925- --36.2
  • Vig, Joel--106.2
  • Vigliano, David--167.5
  • Viking Penguin--75.8, 83.2
  • Viking Studio (Baron, Laura)--99.5
  • Vintage Books (Firm)--83.5
  • Virginian-Pilot--175.8
  • Viscusi, Margo--167.5
  • Vogel, Paula--167.5
  • Von Hartz, John--50.2, 167.5
  • Vonnegut, Kurt--10.10
  • WGBH (Television station : Boston, Mass.)--146.8
  • WGN Continental Broadcasting Company--10.10
  • W. H. Allen & Co.--6.2, 10.10
  • WMAQ-TV (Television station: Chicago, Ill.) (Frumkin, Paul)--10.10
  • WNET (Television station: New York, N.Y.)--82.11, 131.9, 170.6
  • WQXR (Radio station: New York, N.Y.)--50.2, 52.4
  • Wager, Walter--78.9
  • Wagner, Walter--11.1
  • Walken, Christopher, 1943- --167.5
  • Wallace, Marilyn--167.5
  • Wallsten, Robert--45.5
  • Walton, Tony, 1934- --167.5
  • Wang, Arthur W. (Hill and Wang)--45.5
  • Warmflash, Stuart--50.2
  • Warner, Deborah, 1959- --149.2
  • Warner, Jack L., 1892-1978--10.10
  • Warner, Selma W.--24.3
  • Warren, Linda S.--2.1
  • Washington Post--175.7
  • Wasserstein, Wendy--167.5
  • Waterbury Republican--175.8
  • Watson, Ara--167.5
  • Watson, Doug--167.5
  • Watt, Irene--167.5
  • Weales, Gerald (University of Pennsylvania)--170.7
  • Wechsler, Nancy F. (Deutsch Klagsbrun & Blasband)--149.7
  • Weidman, Jerome, 1913-1998--167.6
  • Weiger, John G.--167.6, 172.7
  • Weiner, Bernard (San Francisco Chronicle)--167.6, 183.2
  • Weiner, Leona--149.7
  • Weiner, Leslie E.--167.6
  • Weintraub, Rosalind L.--119.2
  • Weiss, Nat (Martin Poll Productions)--170.7
  • Weissberger, L. Arnold, 1907-1981--167.6, 170.7, 181.2
  • Weissler, Fran and Barry--167.6
  • Weller, Michael (New York Shakespeare Festival)--126.7
  • Wells, Joseph P.--42.8
  • Wertheim, Albert (Indiana University)--89.6
  • West, Blake--103.5
  • Wetzsteon, Ross--167.6
  • Wexler, Geoffrey--167.6
  • Wexner Center for the Arts--73.6, 146.2, 146.4
  • Wexner, Leslie H., 1937- --73.6
  • Wharfe, Will--24.2
  • White, Robert H.--23.3
  • Whitehead, Zoe--167.6
  • Whitelaw, Billie, 1932- --167.6
  • Whiting, Margaret--167.6
  • Whitney, Craig R., 1943- --167.6
  • Whittlesey, Peregrine--167.6
  • Whyte, Ron--167.6
  • Wiener, Sally D.--167.6
  • Wiesel, Elie, 1928- --167.6
  • Wiesen, Pearl--167.6
  • Wilder, A. Tappan--22.12, 23.4, 24.2, 167.6
  • Wilder, Gene, 1935- --167.6
  • Wilder, Isabel--22.12
  • Wilder, Robin Gibbs--22.12
  • William A. Farnsworth Library and Art Museum--158.8
  • William Inge Theatre Festival (Ellenstein, Peter)--108.8
  • William Morris Agency--11.6, 143.6, 149.7-8, 182.3
  • William Morrow and Company--167.6
  • Williams, Samm-Art--167.6
  • Willinger, David--167.6
  • Willis, Jane--167.6
  • Wilmeth, Don B. (Brown University, American Society for Theatre Research)--24.2, 167.6, 183.7
  • Wilson, August--167.6
  • Wilson, Christopher--123.1
  • Wilson, Fredric Woodbridge--24.2
  • Wilson, Mary Louise--167.6
  • Wilson, Michael (Hartford Stage Company)--24.2, 170.9
  • Wilson, Robert--167.6
  • Wilson, Vicky--167.6
  • Winer, Elihu--167.6
  • Winkler, Henry, 1945- --167.6
  • Wiseman, John B., 1938- --167.6
  • Withers Swan Agency (Swan, Simone)--135.5
  • Wolf, Jack--167.6
  • Wolf, Jr., William B.--167.6
  • Wolhandler, Joe--42.8
  • Wolpert, Harold (Manhattan Theatre Club)--183.2
  • "Woman Playwright"--167.6
  • Women's City Club of New York, inc.--141.12
  • Women's Project (New York, N.Y.) (Miles, Julia)--158.5
  • Wood, Audrey--167.6
  • Woods, Alan (Ohio State University)--170.9
  • Woodward, Joanne, 1930- --167.6
  • Worsley, Dale, 1948- --167.6
  • Worth, Irene--167.6
  • Writers and Artists Agency (Hagan, Peter)--109.7
  • Writers & Company (Stinson, Mary)--118.3
  • Wulp, John--92.10, 167.6
  • Xoregos, Shela--156.4, 167.6
  • Yagada, Harriet--167.6
  • Yale University Press (Tripp, Edward)--89.6
  • Yamaguchi, Eiko--167.6
  • Yary, Ginny--126.7
  • Yezzi, David--167.6
  • Young, Genevieve (J. B. Lippincott Company)--106.7
  • Young, Glenn--99.3
  • Youngman, Arline (New York Times Book Review)--170.7
  • Zakkai, Jamil--92.1
  • Zanuck, Darryl Francis, 1902-1979--5.4, 11.1-2, 159.1
  • Zanuck (de Pineda), Darrylin--11.3
  • Zanuck, Richard D.--10.10, 11.6
  • Zanuck, Virginia--10.10
  • Zeffirelli, Franco--22.15
  • Zeigler, Lee (Stanford University)--10.10
  • Zeigler, Rebecca M.--167.6
  • Zeisler, Peter (Theatre Communications Group)--67.4, 167.6
  • Zimet, Paul--167.6
  • Zorn, Franny--180.1
  • Zuckerman, Kathryn (Alfred A. Knopf, Inc.)--141.7
  • Zukerman, David R.--167.6
  • _____ Anna--170.7
  • _____ Arvin and Edgar (The Long Wharf Co.)--170.7
  • _____ Bill (Courier-Journal [Louisville, Ky.])--71.11
  • _____ (Circle Repertory Company)--42.8
  • _____ Clara--170.7
  • _____ Cynthia--170.7
  • _____ David (New Yorker)--89.6, 102.4
  • _____ E (New Yorker)--44.5
  • _____ Ellen and Bob--170.7
  • _____ Gerry--172.7
  • _____ Hal--172.7
  • _____ Jamie--172.7
  • _____ Jane--107.7
  • _____ Jane and Alfredo--170.7
  • _____ Jeff--170.7
  • _____ Joan--42.8, 67.4, 170.7
  • _____ Joe and Mary--170.7
  • _____ John--42.8
  • _____ John and Penny (Wilbur Chocolate Co.)--170.7
  • _____ Joy--136.9
  • _____ (Lawrence University)--42.8
  • _____ M. K.--170.7
  • _____"Mac"--10.9
  • _____ Midge--172.7
  • _____ P. R.--110.10
  • _____ Paul (The New York Public Library, Library and Museum of the Performing Arts)--170.7
  • _____ Peggy and Lee--170.7
  • Unidentified--42.8, 153.8

Mel Gussow Collection--Index of Interview Transcripts

  • Abbott, George, 1887-1995--64.4
  • Adjani, Isabelle, 1955- --64.4
  • Albee, Edward, 1928- --24.5-7, 25, 26
  • Albertson, Jack, 1910-1981--64.4
  • Alda, Alan, 1936- --81.14, 121.1
  • Aldeborgh, David and Opdike, Jeanne--27.1
  • Aldredge, Tom--125.1
  • Alexander, Jane, 1939- --103.10
  • Alexander, Peter--27.1
  • Allen, Woody--62.1-3, 76.10
  • Altman, Robert, 1925-2006--64.4
  • Alton, Bill--121.1
  • Ames, Amyas--126.5
  • Ames, Amyas and Mazzola, John--108.4
  • Anderman, Maureen--27.1
  • Andress, Ursula, 1936- --64.4
  • Andrews, Julie--62.5, 121.1
  • Antoon, A. J. (Alfred Joseph), 1944-1992--125.1, 126.2
  • Arkin, Alan--62.6, 62.8, 63.1, 121.1
  • Arrabal, Fernando--63.3
  • Arrick, Larry--62.8
  • Asher, Aaron--121.1
  • Athill, Diana--137.7
  • Atkins, Eileen, 1934- --27.1, 63.4
  • Atlee, Howard, 1926- --27.1
  • Atwood, Margaret, 1939- --63.5-6
  • Auster, Paul, 1947- --63.8, 97.1
  • Austin, Lyn--63.9
  • Avedon, Richard--121.1
  • Ayckbourn, Alan, 1939- --64.2-3, 90.8, 133.3
  • Ayres, Edward ("Ted")--27.2
  • Bacharach, Burt--147.7
  • Ball, William, 1931-1992--75.6
  • Bancroft, Anne, 1931-2005--75.6, 131.2
  • Banks, Russell, 1940- --64.7
  • Barnes, Clive, 1927-2008--75.6
  • Barr, Robert--123.1
  • Barrett, Andrea--65.1
  • Barry, Sebastian, 1955- --65.2
  • Bart, Lionel--75.6
  • Bartlett, Sy, 1903-1978--5.3
  • Baxter, Glen--65.4
  • Beale, Simon Russell--65.5
  • Beatty, Warren, 1937- --81.13, 109.8
  • Beckett, Edward (Samuel Beckett Estate)--66.2
  • Beckett, Samuel, 1906-1989--67.1
  • Bellow, Saul--70.6
  • Benedict, Stephen--65.6
  • Bennett, Alan, 1934- --70.7
  • Bennett, Isadora--75.6
  • Bennett, Michael, 1943 Apr. 8-1987--75.7, 125.1, 132.1
  • Bergen, Candice, 1946- --81.13, 94.2
  • Berger, Sidney L.--27.2
  • Berlin, Irving, 1888-1989--5.3, 71.3
  • Bernbach, William--71.6
  • Bernstein, Leonard, 1918-1990--107.11, 153.1
  • Berry, Cicely--71.7
  • Bertolucci, Bernardo--71.8
  • Biddle, Livingston, 1918- --105.1
  • Bing, Rudolf, 1902-1997--71.10
  • Bingham, Mary--71.11
  • Bishop, André--108.5
  • Blakemore, Michael, 1928- --72.1
  • Blatty, William Peter--84.1
  • Blau, Herbert--75.7, 101.11
  • Bliss, Anthony A., 1913-1991--120.7
  • Bloom, Harold--72.3
  • Blyden, Larry, 1925-1975--121.1
  • Bobbie, Walter, 1945- --72.4
  • Bock, Dennis, 1964- --72.5
  • Bock, Jerry--121.1
  • Bogart, Anne, 1951- --72.7
  • Boies, Elaine--27.2
  • Bolt, Robert--131.2, 133.3
  • Bonerz, Peter--62.6
  • Boudin, Kathy--150.6
  • Bovasso, Julie--see Women's Theater Council
  • Bowles, Paul, 1910-1999--72.9
  • Boyd, Brian, 1952- --117.2
  • Bregman, Martin, 1926- ("Marty")--124.3
  • Brenton, Howard, 1942- --95.10
  • Breuer, Lee--72.13
  • Briccetti, Lee--105.8
  • Brokaw, Mark--73.1
  • Brook, Peter, 1925- --73.2
  • Brooks, Mel, 1926- --74.2
  • Brown, Andreas (Gotham Book Mart)--92.10, 93.2
  • Brown, Arvin--74.3
  • Brown, David, 1916-2010--5.3
  • Brown, David, 1916-2010 and Zanuck, Richard D.--74.3
  • Brown, Georgia--75.7
  • Brown, Helen Gurley--5.3
  • Browne, Roscoe Lee--27.2, 125.1
  • Brownmiller, Susan--148.6
  • Brustein, Robert Sanford, 1927- --74.4
  • Bryceland, Yvonne--88.7
  • Buchholz, Horst, 1933-2003--75.7
  • Buchman, Sidney, 1902-1975--94.2
  • Buchwald, Art--75.7
  • Buckley, Betty--74.7
  • Buffkins, Archie--105.1
  • Bullins, Ed--74.8, 120.6
  • Buñuel, Luis, 1900-1983--75.7
  • Burns, George, 1896-1996--74.10
  • Burrows, Abe, 1910-1985--74.11
  • Burstyn, Ellen, 1932- --54.3, 74.12
  • Burton, Philip--75.2
  • Burton, Richard, 1925-1984--5.3, 75.2-3, 104.9
  • Byatt, A. S. (Antonia Susan), 1936- --75.5
  • Byrnes, Bernie (Central Plaza)--81.14
  • Caldwell, Zoe--80.5
  • Callahan, Gene--94.2
  • Callow, Simon, 1949- --75.8, 133.3
  • Calman, Mel, 1931- --98.7
  • Cambridge, Godfrey, 1933-1976--75.10
  • Campbell, Douglas, 1922-2009--80.5
  • Capalbo, Carmen--111.4
  • Capucine, 1935-1990--80.5
  • Carey, Peter, 1943- --76.2
  • Cariou, Len--80.5
  • Carl, George--101.11
  • Carlisle (Hart), Kitty, 1910-2007--5.3, 96.5
  • Carney, Art, 1918-2003--80.5
  • Carrère, Emmanuel, 1957- --76.5
  • Carrière, Jean-Claude, 1931- --76.6
  • Carroll, Diahann--80.5
  • Carter, Miranda, 1965- --76.9
  • Carter, Myra, 1930- --27.3
  • Catusi, Jimmy--81.14
  • Cavett, A. B.--76.10
  • Cavett, Dick--76.10
  • Chaikin, Joseph, 1935-2003--76.11, 122.6
  • Chang, Tisa (Pan Asian Repertory Theatre)--124.5
  • Chanin, Clifford--107.7
  • Charnin, Martin--76.12, 153.1
  • Chong, Ping--77.2
  • Christie, Julie, 1941- --73.3
  • Churchill, Caryl--77.7, 133.3
  • Ciulei, Liviu, 1923- --78.2
  • Clarke, Martha--78.4-6
  • Clarke, Shirley, 1919-1997--87.10
  • Close, Glenn, 1947- and Irons, Jeremy, 1948- --142.5
  • Clurman, Harold, 1901-1980--78.8-9
  • Clurman, Richard--65.6
  • Coco, James--80.5
  • Codron, Michael--133.3
  • Coe, Fred, 1914-1979--75.6
  • Coggeshall, Clarke--108.4
  • Cohen, Alexander H., 1920-2000--75.2
  • Coigney, Martha--27.4
  • Connery, Sean--80.5
  • Coover, Robert--79.3
  • Cosby, Anna Pearl--79.5
  • Cosby, Bill, 1937- --79.4-5
  • Costa-Gavras, 1933- --80.5
  • Coward, Noel, 1899-1973--79.8
  • Crace, Jim--79.9
  • Crawford, Cheryl, 1902-1986--104.9
  • Crinkley, Richard, 1940-1989--105.1
  • Cristofer, Michael--80.5
  • Cronyn, Hume--75.2
  • Cronyn, Hume and Tandy, Jessica--27.4, 73.3, 79.10
  • Crosby, Bing, 1903-1977--80.5
  • Crowley, Bob--80.1
  • Cruz, Nilo--80.2
  • Cunningham, Kevin--27.4
  • Cunningham, Michael, 1952- --80.3
  • Dailey, Dan, 1914-1978--5.3
  • Dalzell, Larry--90.8
  • Dangler, Anita--100.2
  • Daniel, Clifton, 1912-2000--75.6
  • Daniels, William, 1927- --27.4, 96.3
  • Danner, Blythe--82.4
  • Darvi, Bella--5.3
  • Davidson, Gordon, 1933- --80.6
  • Davies, Howard, 1945- --27.4
  • Davies, Robertson, 1913-1995--80.7
  • Davis, Bette, 1908-1989--80.9
  • Davis, Donald--27.4
  • Davis, Jacqueline (New York Public Library for the Performing Arts)--120.8
  • Davis, Ossie--75.10
  • Davis, Paul, 1938- --80.10
  • Davis, Sammy, 1925-1990--82.4, 147.7
  • De Botton, Alain--81.1
  • De Havilland, Olivia--5.3
  • De la Tour, Frances, 1944- --27.4
  • Delon, Alain, 1935- --82.4
  • Demick, Irina--5.3
  • Dempster, Curt--82.4, 112.2
  • Dench, Judi, 1934- --95.10
  • Dewhurst, Colleen--137.1
  • Dietrich, Marlene--84.1
  • Doctorow, E. L., 1931- --81.6
  • Doelnitz, Marc--5.3
  • Donleavy, J. P. (James Patrick), 1926- --81.7
  • Doubleday and Company, inc.--110.9
  • Dowling, Joe--87.5
  • Drabble, Margaret, 1939- --81.9
  • Drexler, Rosalyn--see Women's Theater Council
  • Dubus, Andre, 1936-1999--81.10
  • Dunaway, Faye--81.15, 82.2
  • Dunlop, Frank, 1927- --73.3, 82.4
  • Durang, Christopher, 1949- --74.4, 82.3
  • Durning, Charles, 1923- --125.1
  • Duvall, Robert--99.8
  • Eco, Umberto--82.5
  • Emery, Lin, 1926- --27.4
  • Englander, Nathan--82.8
  • Ephron, Henry, 1912-1992--5.3
  • Ephron, Phoebe, 1914-1971--5.3
  • Erickson, Dan--94.2
  • Euell, Julian--105.1
  • Ewing, Kenneth--142.5
  • Eyre, Richard, 1943- --82.11, 120.3
  • Fabray, Nanette--90.1
  • Fagles, Robert--83.2
  • Falana, Lola--90.1
  • Falco, Charles--99.5
  • Falk, Peter, 1927- --90.1
  • Fancher, Edwin and Wolf, Daniel--148.6
  • Farrand, Jack, Father--27.4
  • Farrow, Mia, 1945- --83.3
  • Faulkner, Jim, 1923- ("Jimmy")--83.5
  • Feiden, Margo--98.7
  • Feiffer, Jules--62.6, 83.6
  • Feinstein, Martin, 1921-2006--105.1
  • Feldman, Charles K., 1904-1968--5.3
  • Fellini, Federico--90.1
  • Feuer, Cy and Martin, Ernest H., 1919-1995 ("Ernie")--100.11
  • Fichandler, Tom--105.1
  • Fichandler, Zelda, 1924- --90.1
  • Field, Ron--90.1
  • Fine, Morton, 1916-1991--79.5
  • Finley, Karen--84.2
  • Flanders and Swann--90.1
  • Flying Karamazov Brothers--84.8
  • Fo, Dario--84.9, 85.1
  • Fonda, Henry, 1905-1982--85.3
  • Foote, Horton--87.10
  • Ford, Glenn, 1916-2006--90.1
  • Ford, John, 1894-1973--5.3
  • Foreman, Richard, 1937- --85.6, 120.6
  • Fornes, Marie Irene--see Women's Theater Council
  • Fosse, Bob, 1927-1987--90.1, 100.11
  • Fowles, John, 1926-2005--85.8
  • Fox, James, 1939- --85.9
  • Frankenheimer, John, 1930-2002--81.14
  • Fraser, Antonia, 1932- --86.1, 86.4-5
  • Fraser, Rebecca--86.2
  • Fraser-Cavassoni, Natasha, 1963- --86.6
  • Frayn, Michael--87.1
  • Frazier, Charles, 1950- --87.2
  • Freedman, Gerald--125.1, 153.1
  • French, Albert--87.3
  • Friedman, Phil, 1921- --100.11
  • Friedman, Sanford--27.4
  • Friel, Brian--87.5-6
  • Frisch, Max, 1911-1991--87.9
  • Frosch, Aaron--75.2
  • Frost, Robert, 1874-1963--87.10
  • Fugard, Athol--88.2-6, 89.4, 122.4
  • Fugard, Athol and Sheila--88.5
  • Fugard, Sheila--88.7
  • Gallagher, Dorothy--90.3
  • Gambon, Michael--90.5-7
  • Garbus, Martin--150.6
  • Gardiner, Reginald, 1903-1980--5.4
  • Gardner, Herb, 1934-2003--91.8
  • Gary, Romain--5.4
  • Gelbart, Larry--95.1
  • Gelber, Jack--92.1
  • Gennaro, Peter--153.2
  • George, Elizabeth, 1949- --92.3
  • Gersten, Bernard--125.2
  • Gibson, William, 1914-2008--131.2
  • Gielgud, John, 1904-2000--92.4
  • Gilles, Genevieve--5.4
  • Giron, Arthur--94.9
  • Goldenthal, Elliot--146.5
  • Goldman, Sherwin M.--95.1
  • Goodwin, Doris Kearns--92.8
  • Gordon, Ruth, 1896-1985--94.9, 117.1
  • Gordone, Charles--125.2
  • Gorey, Edward, 1925-2000--92.10
  • Grant, Arnold--5.4
  • Gray, Barry, 1916-1996--93.4
  • Gray, Simon, 1936-2008--93.5
  • Greco, Juliette, 1927- --5.4, 159.5
  • Greenfield-Sanders, Timothy--93.7
  • Greenlaw, Linda, 1960- --93.8
  • Greenwood, Jane--93.9
  • Greer, Andrew Sean--93.10
  • Gregory, Andrè--93.11, 122.6
  • Gregory, Andrè and Austin, Lyn--93.11
  • Gregory, Andrè and Bamman, Gerry--73.3
  • Gregory, Dick--94.9, 120.1
  • Greitzer, Carol--148.6
  • Grey, Joel, 1932- --94.9
  • Grimes, Tammy--94.9
  • Grisham, John--94.1
  • Grizzard, George--27.4
  • Grodin, Charles--94.9
  • Grosbard, Ulu--73.3
  • Gross, John J.--86.1, 95.1, 146.12
  • Guare, John--94.4, 125.2
  • Guthrie, Arlo--94.8
  • Haas, Dolly, 1910-1994--98.7
  • Hackett, Joan, 1934-1983--94.2
  • Hackman, Gene--81.13
  • Haddon, Mark--95.2
  • Hagman, Larry--94.2
  • Hall, Conrad--136.8
  • Hall, Peter--27.5, 90.8, 100.9, 129.1
  • Hamburger, Anne--95.3
  • Hamilton, George, 1939- --96.5
  • Hamilton, Hugo--95.4
  • Hamilton, Margaret, 1902-1985--100.9
  • Hammond, David--87.6
  • Hampton, Christopher, 1946- --95.10, 133.3
  • Handman, Wynn--120.6
  • Hands, Terry--135.9
  • Haneey, Richard--75.2
  • Hardy, Hugh--149.5
  • Hardy, Joseph, 1929- --100.9
  • Hare, David, 1947- --95.9, 125.3, 133.4
  • Harley, Margot (Acting Company [Theatrical group])--54.2
  • Harnick, Sheldon--121.1
  • Harris, Barbara, 1935- --96.3-4, 121.1
  • Harris, Julie, 1925- --100.9
  • Harris, Rosemary--27.5
  • Harrison, Rex--5.4
  • Hart, Kitty Carlisle--see Carlisle, Kitty
  • Hartman, Elizabeth--94.2
  • Hays, Lee, 1914-1981--62.8
  • Hazzard, Shirley, 1931- --97.2
  • Heaney, Seamus, 1939- --97.4
  • Heide, Robert, 1939- --27.5
  • Heller, Trude--100.9
  • Hellman, Lillian, 1905-1984--97.7, 121.1
  • Henning, Doug--100.9
  • Henson, Cheryl--101.5
  • Hepburn, Katharine, 1907-2003--97.9
  • Hewitt, Frankie, 1931-2003--105.1
  • Hill, Arthur, 1922-2006--27.5
  • Hirsch, Edward--97.10
  • Hirschfeld, Al--98.1-6
  • Hirschfeld, Louise Kerz, 1936- --82.4
  • Hirschfeld, Nina--98.7
  • Hitchcock, Alfred, 1899-1980--100.10
  • Hoffman, Dustin, 1937- --99.6-8, 100.2, 149.5
  • Hoffman, Irving--5.4
  • Hoffman, Lillian--99.8
  • Hoguet, Robert--108.4
  • Holmes, Willard--84.2
  • Holzer, Adela--100.11
  • Houghton, James--123.3
  • Houseberger, Franz, Mrs.--121.1
  • Houseman, John--100.11
  • Howard, Alan, 1937- --27.5
  • Hunt, Linda, 1945- --77.8, 78.5
  • Huston, John, 1906-1987--5.4
  • Hytner, Nicholas--100.11
  • Inge, William--131.2
  • Innaurato, Albert, 1948- --74.4
  • Irving, John, 1942- --101.8
  • Irving, Jules, 1925- --102.12, 108.4
  • Irwin, Bill, 1950- --101.9-10
  • Irwin, Horace--101.11
  • Irwin, Liz--101.11
  • Irwin, Nan--101.11
  • Isegawa, Moses, 1963- --102.8
  • Ishiguro, Kazuo, 1954- --102.9
  • Ivey, Judith, 1951- --102.11
  • James, P. D.--103.3
  • Janios, Nick--5.4
  • Jewison, Norman, 1926- --62.6
  • Jiras, Robert ("Bob")--81.14
  • Johnson, Nunnally--5.4
  • Johnston, Wayne--103.6
  • Johnstone, Anna Hill, 1913-1992--94.2
  • Jones, Cherry, 1956- --103.8
  • Jones, David, 1934-2008--83.3, 103.9
  • Jones, James Earl--88.7, 103.10, 125.3
  • Jones, Judith--147.5
  • Jones, Tom and Schmidt, Harvey--104.3
  • Jory, Jon (Actors Theatre of Louisville)--103.12, 121.10
  • Josephson, Erland, 1923- --104.1
  • Jourdan, Louis--96.4
  • Julia, Raul--104.2
  • Julienne Marie--103.10
  • Kahn, Michael, 1945- --105.10
  • Kalfin, Robert--120.6
  • Kalfin, Robert; David, Michael; Hash, Burl (Chelsea Theater Center)--76.14
  • Kalfus, Ken--104.4
  • Kaliban, Robert--100.11
  • Kamen, Milt, 1921-1977--105.10
  • Kass, Peter--62.8, 81.14
  • Katselas, Milton--27.5
  • Kaufman, Boris--94.2
  • Kaye, Danny--104.8
  • Kazan, Elia--5.4, 104.9
  • Keegan, John, 1934- --104.10
  • Keller, Marthe--124.1
  • Kendall, Felicity--142.5
  • Keneally, Thomas--104.12
  • Kennedy, Adrienne--see Women's Theater Council
  • Kent, Steven--79.2
  • Kerr, Walter, 1913-1996--105.10
  • Kert, Larry--132.2, 153.2
  • Kerz, Louise--82.4
  • Ketay, Joyce--27.5
  • King, Henry, 1886-1982--5.4
  • King, Woodie--105.2
  • Knight, Shirley, 1937- --27.5, 94.2
  • Knowlson, James--66.2
  • Knudson, Kurt--105.4
  • Kohn, Lucile--121.2
  • Kopit, Arthur L. and Eisner, John--105.13
  • Kott, Jan--105.5
  • Kramer, Lucy--133.4
  • Kunitz, Stanley, 1905-2006--105.8
  • Kushner, Tony--105.9
  • Lahr, Bert, 1895-1967--66.2
  • Lamos, Mark--105.11
  • Lane, Burton, 1912-1927--96.4
  • Langella, Frank--92.10, 110.3
  • Langner, Philip--131.2
  • Lansbury, Angela, 1925- --110.3
  • Lantz, Robert--28.1, 121.2
  • Lanzmann, Claude--105.12
  • Lardner, Ring, 1915-2000--110.3
  • Laughton, Charles, 1899-1962--124.3
  • Laurents, Arthur--147.7, 153.2
  • Lavin, Linda, 1937- --106.6
  • Lawrence, Elliot, 1925- --100.11
  • Le Carré, John, 1931- --107.2
  • Lee, Leslie--110.4
  • Lee, Ming Cho--107.4
  • Lee, Ralph--107.5
  • Lee, Ronnie--153.2
  • Le Gallienne, Eva, 1899-1991--110.3
  • Leggewie, Edward--5.4
  • Lehman, Ernest, 1915-2005--5.4
  • Leonard, Hugh--87.5, 107.9
  • Leonard, Sheldon, 1907-1997--79.5
  • Lerner, Alan Jay, 1918-1986--107.11
  • Levene, Sam, 1905-1980--110.4
  • Levi, Jonathan and Botstein, Leon--110.4
  • Levin, Arthur--149.5
  • Levine, Joe--99.8
  • Levy, Jessica--94.2
  • Lewis, Robert, 1909-1997--54.3
  • Libin, Paul--78.1
  • Lichtenstein, Harvey--110.4
  • Lieberman, William S. (William Slattery), 1924-2005--28.1
  • Lindsay, Howard, 1889-1968 and Crouse, Russel, 1893-1966--71.3
  • Link, Peter and Courtnay, C. C.--110.4
  • Linney, Romulus, 1930- --28.1, 123.3
  • Lippman, Laura, 1959- --108.9
  • Lipton, James--54.3
  • Littlewood, Joan--109.1
  • Litvak, Anatole, 1902-1974--5.4
  • Livesey, Margot--109.2
  • Lloyd Webber, Andrew, 1948- --109.3
  • Loden, Barbara--81.13
  • Lodge, David, 1935- --103.2, 109.5
  • Loesser, Frank, 1910-1969--109.6
  • Logan, Joshua--110.4
  • Longford, Elizabeth, 1906-2002--86.1
  • Loomer, Lisa--109.7
  • Loquasto, Santo--74.4
  • Lorenz, Juliane--83.4
  • Lucas, George, 1944- --109.8
  • Luckinbill, Laurence--110.4
  • Ludlam, Charles--109.10, 134.7
  • Luers, William--28.1
  • Lumet, Sidney, 1924- --94.2, 124.3
  • Lurie, Alison--110.1
  • Maas, Peter, 1929- --124.3
  • McCann, Elizabeth I. (Elizabeth Ireland), 1931- --28.1
  • McCarthy, Frank, 1912-1986--5.5
  • McClatchy, J. D., 1945- --113.13
  • McDermott, Kevin and Levans, Daniel--92.10
  • McDowall, Roddy--74.13, 110.8
  • McEwan, Ian--110.9
  • MacGowran, Jack, 1918-1973--66.2
  • McGuinness, Frank--87.5
  • McLean, Bobby--5.5
  • McMullan, James, 1934- --110.11
  • McNeur, Linda--111.3
  • McPherson, Conor, 1971- --111.2
  • Madden, Mary Ann--121.2
  • Mailer, Norman--28.1, 111.5, 148.6
  • Malkovich, John--111.6-7
  • Mamet, David--111.8, 129.1
  • Mankiewicz, Joseph L.--112.4
  • Mann, Emily--80.2, 112.6
  • Mann, Ted--99.8
  • Mann, Ted and Liban, Paul--117.1
  • Marceau, Marcel--112.7
  • Marie, Julienne--see Julienne Marie
  • Marks, Leo--112.8
  • Marsh, Linda--75.2
  • Martin, Steve, 1945- --113.2
  • Martin, Tim--113.3
  • Marx, Groucho, 1890-1977--76.10
  • Marx, Robert--108.5, 120.2
  • Mason, Marshall--131.2
  • May, Elaine, 1932- --113.7
  • May, Elaine, 1932-; Matthau, Walter; Henry, Buck--121.2
  • Mazursky, Paul--117.1
  • Mazzola, Sylvia Drulie--153.3
  • Meadow, Lynn--74.4, 112.2
  • Meadow, Lynn and Grove, Barry--112.2
  • Medved, Alphonse--121.2
  • Meirelles, Fernando--117.1
  • Melillo, Joseph--74.1
  • Melnick, Dan--117.1
  • Merchant, Ismail--113.11
  • Merrick, David, 1911-2000--113.12
  • Middlebrook, Coy and Glynn, Carlin--155.3
  • Miller, Arthur--73.3, 114.1-2
  • Miller, Arthur and Silverman, Stanley--114.1
  • Miller, Jason, 1939-2001--125.3
  • Miller, Jonathan, 1934- --117.1
  • Miller, Sue, 1943- --116.1
  • Mimieux, Yvette--117.1
  • Mitchell, Ruth--153.3
  • Mokae, Zakes--88.7
  • Moore, Brian, 1921-1999--116.5
  • Moore, Dudley, 1935-2002 and Cook, Peter, 1937-1995--116.6
  • Moore, Edward J.--120.6
  • Moore, Stephan and Cotton, Oliver--90.8
  • Morgan Library, Oscar Wilde (Nelson, Christine; Brown, Sally; Jones, Glory)-- 154.5
  • Morgan Library, Paris Review (Parks, Robert; Pierce, Charles; Plimpton, George) --127.5
  • Morrison, George--99.8
  • Morse, Robert, 1931- --117.1
  • Mortimer, John, 1923-2009--44.6, 116.7
  • Mostel, Zero, 1915-1977--73.3, 116.10
  • Mountbatten of Burma, Louis Mountbatten, Earl, 1900-1979--5.5
  • Murray, Brian, 1937--116.13
  • Murray, John, 1962- --116.14
  • Nabokov, Dmitri--117.2
  • Naipaul, V. S. (Vidiadhar Surajprasad), 1932- --117.4-6
  • Naughton, James, 1945- --28.1, 120.4
  • Nelligan, Kate, 1951- --95.10
  • Nelson, Richard, 1950- --120.5
  • Newfield, Jack--148.6
  • Newman, Phyllis, 1935- --122.5
  • Nichols, Mike--28.1, 66.3, 75.2, 99.8, 120.11, 142.5
  • Nichols, Peter, 1927- --121.7, 133.4
  • Nichols, Robert A.--121.2
  • Nicola, James C.--121.8
  • Nicolson, Nigel--122.5
  • Noble, Adrian--90.8
  • Norman, Marsha--122.2-3
  • Norman, Marsha and Guare, John--122.4
  • Norton, Peter, 1943- and Houghton, James--140.2
  • Nunn, Trevor--120.3, 135.9
  • Nye, Carrie--76.10
  • O'Connor, Michael--102.1
  • O'Horgan, Tom--90.1
  • Okada, Kimi--102.1
  • Olivier, Laurence, 1907-1989--122.7
  • Ondaatje, Michael, 1943- --123.2
  • Orbach, Jerry--123.9
  • Osborne, John, 1929-1994--123.5
  • Ostrow, Stuart--121.2, 123.6
  • Owens, Rochelle--see Women's Theater Council
  • Pacino, Al, 1940- --123.10, 124.1
  • Pakenham, Thomas, 1933- --86.2
  • Papp, Gail--125.3
  • Papp, Joseph--77.8, 108.4, 124.6-8, 126.2, 126.5-7
  • Paredes, Marisa, 1946- --127.4
  • Parone, Ed--99.8
  • Parsons, Estelle--81.13
  • Pasternak, Irving--100.11
  • Pendleton, Austin--132.7
  • Penlitz, Charlie--113.3
  • Penn, Arthur, 1922- --28.1, 54.3, 75.6, 81.13
  • Perelman, S. J. (Sidney Joseph), 1904-1979--127.8
  • Pérez-Reverte, Arturo--128.2
  • Perkins, Anthony, 1932-1992--121.2
  • Pettet, Joanna--94.2
  • Philbrick, Nathaniel--128.4
  • Phipps, Diana--86.2
  • Piñero, Miguel--126.3, 128.6
  • Pinter, Harold, 1930-2008--90.8, 93.5, 128.7-8, 129.1, 129.4-5, 130.5
  • Pisoni, Larry--102.1
  • Plummer, Christopher--73.3, 131.7
  • Podhoretz, Norman--132.7
  • Pollack, Sydney, 1934-2008--124.1
  • Pollard, Michael J.--81.14
  • Porterfield, Christopher--76.10
  • Potter, Dennis--90.8
  • Pratt, Grahame--147.7
  • Preminger, Otto--5.5
  • Previn, André, 1929- --121.2
  • Prince, Harold, 1928- --132.1, 153.3
  • Prince, Harold, 1928- and Sondheim, Stephen--132.2
  • Puttnam, David, 1941- --132.5
  • Quintero, José--28.1, 132.8
  • Quinton, Everett--134.7
  • Rabb, Ellis, 1930-1998--105.1
  • Rabe, David--124.1, 125.3, 132.10
  • Ragni, Jerome--125.3
  • Rainer, Luise, 1910- --132.11
  • Ramin, Sid--153.3
  • Ramsay, Margaret, 1908-1991--95.10, 133.1-2
  • Randolph, Robert--100.11
  • Rankin, Ian--133.7
  • Redd, Mary Robin--94.2
  • Redfield, William--75.2
  • Redford, Robert--135.14
  • Redwood, John Henry--123.3
  • Rees, Roger, 1944- --142.5
  • Reilly, Charles Nelson--135.14
  • Reisz, Karel--129.1
  • Ribman, Ronald--99.8
  • Rice, Charles, Mrs.--28.1
  • Rice, Tim, 1944- --109.3
  • Richards, Lloyd--81.14
  • Richardson, Ian, 1934-2007--135.15
  • Richardson, Jack, 1935- --134.6
  • Rigg, Diana--28.1
  • Rivera, Chita--153.3
  • Rivers, Joan--134.11
  • Robards, Jason--96.5, 134.12
  • Robinson, Peter, 1950- --134.14
  • Rodenburg, Patsy, 1953- --135.2
  • Rodgers, Richard, 1902-1979--135.3
  • Rogers, Paul, 1917- --135.15
  • Rohmer, Éric, 1920-2010 and Ray, Satyajit, 1921-1992--135.14
  • Rolfe, Frederick--81.13
  • Romanoff, Michael, 1890-1971--5.5
  • Ross, David--135.4
  • Rossellini, Roberto, 1906-1977--135.5
  • Roth, Ann, 1931- --136.8
  • Routledge, Patricia--135.7
  • Rudkin, David, 1936- --131.3
  • Runkle, Theodora Van--81.14
  • Russell, Nipsey, 1924-2005--135.15
  • Russo, Richard, 1949- --135.12
  • Rutherfurd, Edward--135.13
  • Ryan, Cornelius--161.5
  • Sabellico, Richard--104.7
  • Sacharow, Larry--28.5
  • Sacks, Oliver W.--95.2, 136.1
  • Sagan, Françoise, 1935-2004--5.5
  • Sahl, Mort--79.5
  • Sale, Deborah--120.2
  • Salt, Waldo--136.8
  • Sands, Diana--136.4
  • Saunders, James--133.4
  • Schama, Simon--136.7
  • Schatzberg, Jerry, 1927- --81.13
  • Schlesinger, John, 1926-2003--136.8
  • Schlissel, Jack--113.12
  • Schlöndorff, Volker and Trotta, Marguerite von--145.7
  • Schneider, Anne Kaufman--104.7
  • Schygulla, Hanna, 1943- and Sukowa, Barbara, 1950- --83.4
  • Scofield, Paul, 1922-2008--145.6
  • Scorsese, Martin--136.10
  • Scott, George C., 1927-1999--73.4, 137.1
  • Segal, Martin Eli, 1916- --65.6, 108.3
  • Seldes, Marian--28.2
  • Sendak, Maurice--138.4
  • Serban, Andrei, 1943- --125.3, 138.5
  • Serpico, Frank--124.3
  • Seymour, Celeste--28.5
  • Shaffer, Peter, 1926- --131.3
  • Shange, Ntozake--120.1
  • Sharif, Omar, 1932- --145.6
  • Shaw, Fiona, 1958- --149.1-2
  • Shaw, Irwin, 1913-1984--5.5
  • Shaw, Robert, 1927-1978--145.6
  • Shawn, Wallace ("Wally")--95.10, 125.4
  • Shawn, Wallace ("Wally") and Gregory, André--138.11
  • Shawn, Wallace ("Wally") and Leach, Wilford, 1929-1988 ("Will")--125.4
  • Shepard, Sam, 1943- --139.1, 139.3
  • Sher, Antony, 1949- --139.6
  • Shields, Carol--139.8
  • Shisgal, Murray--62.8
  • Sills, Paul, 1927-2008--140.4
  • Silver, Sam--5.5
  • Silverstein, Bob--81.14
  • Simon, Paul, 1941- and Garfunkel, Art--145.6
  • Simon, Neil--121.2, 140.5
  • Sinise, Gary--140.6
  • Skinner, Doug--102.1
  • Smith, Ian--129.1
  • Smith, Oliver Lemuel, 1918-1994--153.3
  • Smith, Priscilla--145.6
  • Smits, Jimmy--80.2
  • Sokolow, Anna--81.14
  • Solotaroff, Ted, 1928-2008--132.7
  • Solow, Herb--109.8
  • Sondheim, Stephen--121.2, 132.1, 140.10, 153.4
  • Sontag, Susan, 1933-2004--121.2, 145.6
  • Spacey, Kevin and Liddiment, David--141.3
  • Spiegelman, Art--141.4
  • Spiegelman, Art and Mouly, Françoise--141.4
  • Spitz, Hank--94.2
  • Spolin, Viola--141.5
  • Springer, Gary--141.6
  • Springer, John--75.2, 141.6
  • Stafford-Clark, Max--77.8
  • Steichen, Joanna T.--28.5, 141.7
  • Steiger, Rod, 1925-2002--145.7
  • Steinbeck, Elaine A.--28.5
  • Steinem, Gloria--121.2, 145.7
  • Stevens, Roger L.--104.13, 153.4
  • Stewart, Ellen, 1920?- --120.6, 141.12
  • Stewart, Patrick, 1940- --141.13
  • Stigwood, Robert--109.3
  • Stires, Ernest--28.5
  • Stix, John, 1920-2004--28.5
  • Stoppard, Tom--142.1-3
  • Stoppard, Tom and Wood, John, 1931- --142.1
  • Storey, David, 1933- --144.1-2
  • Strasberg, Lee--104.9
  • Straus, Roger and Gottlieb, Paul--144.5
  • Streep, Meryl--74.4, 129.1, 144.6
  • Strehler, Giorgio, 1921-1997--144.8
  • Streisand, Barbra--144.9
  • Stritch, Elaine--28.3, 132.2
  • Strong, Henry--105.1
  • Strouse, Charles--28.4
  • Suchet, David--28.5
  • Swados, Elizabeth--73.4, 145.3
  • Sylvester, William--145.7
  • Taymor, Betty--146.5
  • Taymor, Julie, 1952- --146.5-6
  • Tennant, Emma--86.2
  • Terkel, Studs, 1912-2008--146.7
  • Terry, Megan--see Women's Theater Council
  • Tesich, Steve--120.6, 147.6
  • Thaw, John, 1942-2002--101.4
  • Theroux, Paul--117.6, 118.5
  • Thomas, Evan--147.6
  • Thomas, Jonathan--28.6
  • Tipton, Jennifer--146.13
  • Tóibín, Colm, 1955- --147.1
  • Torn, Rip, 1931- --147.2
  • Trillin, Calvin--147.4
  • Truffaut, François--147.6
  • Uggams, Harold and Juanita--147.7
  • Uggams, Leslie--147.7
  • Ullmann, Liv--147.11
  • Ustinov, Peter--147.10
  • Vanderbeek, Stan--148.2
  • Van Peebles, Melvin, 1932- --148.3
  • Varda, Agnès, 1928- --148.9
  • Vargas Llosa, Mario, 1936- --148.5
  • Vidal, Gore, 1925- --131.3
  • Viertel, Peter--5.5
  • Volchek, Galina, 1933- --148.7
  • Von Hartz, John--148.9
  • Vonnegut, Kurt--148.8
  • Waber, Bernard--158.9
  • Wager, Michael--28.6
  • Waite, Ralph, 1928- --81.13
  • Wajda, Andrzej, 1926--158.9
  • Walker, Alice, 1944- --148.10
  • Wallach, Eli, 1915- and Wallach, Anne--158.9
  • Walter, Jessica, 1944- --94.2
  • Ward, Douglas Turner--148.12
  • Warhol, Andy, 1928-1987--158.9
  • Warner, Deborah, 1959- --66.2, 90.8, 149.1
  • Warner, Deborah, 1959- and Shaw, Fiona, 1958- --149.2
  • Warner, Jack L., 1892-1978--5.5
  • Waterston, Sam--126.2
  • Weintraub, Fred--158.9
  • Weisl, Edwin--65.6
  • Weller, Michael, 1942- --125.4, 152.2
  • Wellman, Mac--152.4
  • Wertmüller, Lina--158.9
  • Weschler, Lawrence--99.5
  • Wesker, Arnold, 1932- --152.6
  • Wesley, Richard, 1945- --120.6, 131.4
  • Wheeler, Hugh, 1912-1987--120.6
  • White, David--102.1
  • White, George--123.3
  • White, Jane--125.4
  • White, Michael--158.9
  • Whitelaw, Billie, 1932- --66.2-3
  • Widdoes, Kathleen, 1939- --94.2, 125.4, 126.2
  • Widerberg, Bo, 1930- --158.10
  • Wild, Al and Curtis, Mort--147.7
  • Wilder, Thornton, 1897-1975--154.7
  • Wilkerson, James P.--149.5
  • Williams, Tennessee, 1911-1983--154.10
  • Williamson, Nicol--73.4, 158.10
  • Willman, Noel--133.4
  • Wilson, Lanford, 1937- --157.1-2
  • Wilson, Robert, 1941- --120.6, 157.4, 158.2
  • Wilson, Robert, 1941- and Glass, Philip--157.5
  • Winchester, Simon--158.3
  • Winkler, Henry, 1945- --74.4
  • Winston, Ronald--28.6
  • Winters, Jonathan--158.10
  • Wise, Robert, 1914-2005--153.4
  • Wolf, Dan--148.6
  • Wolfson, Victor, 1910-1990--81.14
  • Women's Theater Council--158.6
  • Wood, John--158.10
  • Woodward, Joanne, 1930- --120.10
  • Worth, Irene--28.7, 125.4
  • Wright, Mark--28.6
  • Wulp, John--92.10, 158.7
  • Wyeth, Jamie, 1946- --158.8
  • Yulin, Harris and Fugard, Athol--88.4
  • Zanuck, Darryl Francis, 1902-1979--5.1-2, 161.5
  • Zanuck, Richard D.--5.5
  • Zanuck, Susan--5.5
  • Zanuck, Virginia--5.5
  • Zeffirelli, Franco--148.2
  • Zeisler, Peter--120.2, 162.6
  • Zindel, Paul--28.6
  • _____, Antonie (Chez L'Ami Louis)--5.3