University of Texas, Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center

Jule Styne:

An Inventory of His Collection at the Harry Ransom Center



Creator: Styne, Jule, 1905-1994
Title: Jule Styne Papers
Dates: 1925-1965 (bulk 1950-1964), undated
Abstract: The papers of the English-born American composer, producer, and director Jule Styne document his lengthy career in music, theater, and television. The papers include music scores, sheet music, scripts, correspondence, and production records chiefly for his Broadway musicals and plays from 1950 to 1964. Styne's collaborations with a variety of well-known actors, authors, composers, designers, directors, lyricists, musicians, performers, and producers are well-represented in his papers.
Call Number: Manuscript Collection MS-54097
Extent: 81 document boxes, 8 card boxes, 2 custom boxes, 6 oversize boxes (45.69 linear feet), 2 oversize folders (osf)
Language: English
Note: The Ransom Center gratefully acknowledges the assistance of the Gladys Krieble Delmas Foundation, which provided funds to support the processing and cataloging of this collection.
Repository: The University of Texas at Austin, Harry Ransom Center

Biographical Sketch

Jule Styne (1905-1994) was one of Broadway's most prolific and successful composers. Born as Julius Stein in the East End of London, Styne acquired an early interest in the theater after an uncle took him to a stage production when he was just three years old. His family moved to the United States and Styne began studying at the Chicago College of Music before he was ten. In his career, which spanned five decades, Styne wrote over 2000 songs, publishing approximately 1500 of them. Roughly 200 of those songs became hits. Styne, who held an unwavering belief in the collaborative process, wrote songs with Sammy Cahn, the team of Betty Comden and Adolph Green, and Stephen Sondheim. These partnerships garnered several honors during his career, including an Oscar ("Three Coins in the Fountain," 1955) and a Tony (Hallelujah, Baby!, 1968).

While touring with the Ben Pollack Band and performing with the likes of Glenn Miller, Styne's first hit song "Sunday" arrived in 1926. Co-written with Bennie Krueger, Chester Conn, and Ned Miller, Styne said inspiration arose from trying to impress a girl. It did much more than that, leading Styne to Hollywood where he found work as a vocal coach for Twentieth Century Fox, training such notable actors as Shirley Temple. He also wrote songs for major film studios including Republic Pictures, where he met Sammy Cahn, and with whom he created some of his most memorable output, including several Frank Sinatra hits such as "I've Heard that Song Before." In 1947, the duo produced their first Broadway musical, High Button Shoes, featuring Jerome Robbins as choreographer. The production was a success, and Styne found that he had a real taste for the theater. Although he and Cahn continued to collaborate, Cahn ultimately decided to stay in Hollywood while Styne moved on to New York.

The 1950s is considered Styne's most prolific era and he provided music for the hit productions Gentlemen Prefer Blondes (1949), Bells Are Ringing (1956), and Gypsy (1959), which he co-wrote with Stephen Sondheim. Styne and Sondheim came to the production of Gypsy after Irving Berlin and Cole Porter declined the project and star Ethel Merman proposed Styne, with whom she had worked and who could tailor music to her unique vocal talents. Based on the life of Gypsy Rose Lee, this production was also the only time Styne worked with Sondheim. The musical was a resounding success, and Styne considered "Everything's Coming up Roses" to be one of the best songs he'd ever written.

Styne's strongest writing partners were probably lyricists Betty Comden and Adolph Green, with whom Styne collaborated on Bells Are Ringing (1956), Peter Pan (1954), Do Re Mi (1960), Fade Out – Fade In (1964), Subways Are for Sleeping (1961), Say, Darling (1958), and Hallelujah, Baby! (1967).

Styne was also a successful Broadway producer on Will Success Spoil Rock Hunter? (1955), which propelled then-unknown Jayne Mansfield into the spotlight, and Mr. Wonderful (1956) starring Sammy Davis, Jr. in a production tailored to introduce him to a wider audience. In 1959, Styne adapted Jane Austen's novel Pride and Prejudice into a musical titled First Impressions.

Although the 1960s were a bit quieter for Styne, he composed the music for the hit musical Funny Girl (1964), which made Barbra Streisand a huge star. His song "People" became a standard for the singer.

The inexhaustible Styne also worked in television, composing music for such disparate productions as Ruggles of Red Gap (1957), Mr. Magoo's Christmas Carol (1962), and cult favorite The Dangerous Christmas of Red Riding Hood (1965). He even composed music for Freedomland U.S.A. (1960), a production at a short-lived American history theme park, as well as music for a production at the 1964 World's Fair titled Wonderworld.

Styne was married twice (to Ethel Rubenstein, 1927-1952, then to Margaret Ann Bissett Brown, 1962-1994), and had four children (Stanley, Norton, Nicholas, and Katherine). He sometimes collaborated with his son Stanley. Jule Styne died of heart failure in 1994.


Scope and Contents

Music scores, lyrics, scripts for plays, film, and television, correspondence, financial, legal, and business records, and production materials document the diverse professional career of the American composer, director, and producer Jule Styne. The papers are organized into four series: I. Works, 1943-1964; II. Letters, 1950-1960; III. Recipients, 1940-1965; and IV. Miscellaneous, 1936-1965. This finding aid replicates and replaces information previously available only in a card catalog. Please see the explanatory note at the end of this finding aid for information regarding the arrangement of the manuscripts as well as the abbreviations commonly used in descriptions. Four boxes of printed materials never described in the card catalog have been added as series V. Additional Materials, 1925-1964. The Jule Styne Papers were formerly a part of the Center's Theater Arts Manuscripts Collection, but now form a separate, discrete collection.

Series I. Works includes music written by Styne, chiefly for musicals, but also for television and for songs used in films. The works are arranged first by medium (stage productions, television, and songs), and alphabetically by production title, and then alphabetically by song title within that production. All production and song titles are included in the Index of Works in this finding aid.

Stage productions from 1944 through 1964 are each represented to some extent, but those dating from the years 1955 to 1964 dominate: Bells Are Ringing, Do Re Mi, Fade Out – Fade In, Funny Girl, Gypsy, Say, Darling, and Subways Are for Sleeping. Styne's music for an amusement park production, Freedomland U.S.A. and for a production at the 1964 World's Fair, Wonderworld are also present. His work for television in this series includes The Dangerous Christmas of Red Riding Hood, Mr. Magoo's Christmas Carol, and Ruggles of Red Gap. Also present are individual songs written for specific artists, such as "Now!" for Lena Horne, or used in films, including All the Way Home, Carolina Blues, Living It Up, Tonight and Every Night, Romance on the High Seas, The West Point Story, and What a Way to Go.

Series II. Letters contains Styne's outgoing correspondence, circa 1950-1960, to colleagues, peers, organizations, friends, and family. The letters are arranged alphabetically by the recipient's name. All correspondent names are listed in the Index of Letters included in this finding aid. Among the correspondents are Anne Bancroft, Harry Belafonte, Claire Bregman (Styne's sister), Nat King Cole, Betty Comden, Johnny Desmond, Eddie Fisher, Adolph Green, Ben Hecht, Judy Holliday, Evan Hunter, Vincente Minnelli, Billy Rose, Maurice "Maurry" Stein (Styne's brother), Hal Wallis, and others.

Series III. Recipient consists of Styne's incoming correspondence, both professional and personal, circa 1940-1965. The correspondence is arranged alphabetically by the author's name. All names are listed in the Index of Recipients included in this finding aid. Styne's incoming mail ranges from files of business correspondence from the William Morris Agency, entertainment attorney Lee Moselle, MCA, and tax consultant Robert Young to letters or thank-you notes from a variety of show business collaborators, colleagues, organizations, and friends, including Steve Allen, Louis Armstrong, George Axelrod, Ralph Bellamy, Polly Bergen, Leonard Bernstein, Buddy Bregman (Styne's nephew), Abe Burrows, Sammy Cahn, Alvin Colt, Betty Comden, Joan Crawford, Sammy Davis, Jr., Robert Downing, Sammy Fain, Judy Garland, Hermione Gingold, Samuel Goldwyn, Oscar Hammerstein II, Lillian Hellman, Garson Kanin, Gypsy Rose Lee, Anita Loos, Jayne Mansfield, Johnny Mercer, Ethel Merman, Harold Prince, Terence Rattigan, Jerome Robbins, Richard Rodgers, Frank Sinatra, Oliver Smith, Stephen Sondheim, Isador Stein (Styne's father), Lee Strasberg, Elizabeth Taylor, Jerome Weidman, and Thornton Wilder along with many others.

Series IV. Miscellaneous encompasses the bulk of the Styne Papers, circa 1936-1965, and consists of works, correspondence, and production records created by third-parties. Materials are arranged alphabetically by creator name, with multiple items for a single creator subsequently arranged alphabetically by description. A detailed listing of the contents of this series is included in the Index of Miscellaneous in this finding aid.

Works by others in this series include music, lyrics, and a variety of scripts written for stage, television, or film by persons other than Styne. Most of these were either produced by Styne, sent for his review, or under consideration for production. Many of the scripts that were produced exist in various states with revisions and changes or as rehearsal or prompt copies. Among the authors, composers, and lyricists represented are George Axelrod (Will Success Spoil Rock Hunter?), Abe Burrows (First Impressions), Betty Comden and Adolph Green (Bells are Ringing, Fade Out – Fade In, and Say, Darling), Robert Emmett (The Dangerous Christmas of Red Riding Hood), Ben Hecht (Hazel Flagg), Larry Holofcener (Mr. Wonderful), Isobel Lennart (Funny Girl), Anita Loos (Gentlemen Prefer Blondes), Robert Merrill (The Dangerous Christmas of Red Riding Hood), Nate Monaster (Something More!), John O'Hara (Pal Joey), Richard Rodgers and Lorenz Hart (Pal Joey), David Shaw (Ruggles of Red Gap), and Frank Tashlin (Will Success Spoil Rock Hunter?). Other prominent authors represented include Blake Edwards, Christopher Fry, Aldous Huxley, William Inge, Arthur Laurents, Liam O'Flaherty, Neil Simon, and Preston Sturges among others.

Records are present for several of Styne's production companies: Jule Styne Productions; The Mr. Wonderful Company; The Darling Company (Say, Darling); The Proud Company (First Impressions); and The Success Company (Will Success Spoil Rock Hunter?). Much of this material is financial in nature, such as correspondence and bills from various businesses for items such as clothing, hats, and shoes, fabrics, furniture and props, or for services, including electrical work, hotel rooms, insurance, photography, printing, signs, transportation, and typists. Styne staffers Dorothy Dicker and Sylvia Herscher were frequently recipients of correspondence from such vendors and also fielded letters from agents sending lists of actors for casting. Additional types of production records are filed alphabetically by production company name. While each of the following types of materials are not necessarily present for each production, the records often include agreements, audition records, audit reports, bank statements, bills, box office receipts, budgets, cast and staff directories, casting notes, contracts, costume and prop plots, house seats lists, music breakdown and timings, opening night lists, partner lists, payroll, program credits, publicity, rehearsal and performance notes, royalty statements, staff notes, tax information, ticket requests and sales, and tour and travel itineraries.

Series V. Additional Materials, contains four boxes of printed materials dating from 1925 to 1964 that were never described in the card catalog. These have been organized to mirror the arrangement of materials in Series IV. Miscellaneous. More detailed descriptions for these items were interfiled into to the existing Index of Miscellaneous in this finding aid.

Sheet music and theater programs for Styne productions dominate this series, but also present are an award, a cast and staff directory, some casting head shots with resumes, contact sheets, costume design reproductions, financial records, photographs, a printed play, publicity materials, reviews, set designs, and ticket information.

Styne productions represented in this series include First Impressions, Funny Girl, Gypsy, Mr. Wonderful, Say, Darling, Something More!, Subways Are for Sleeping, Two on the Aisle, and Will Success Spoil Rock Hunter? The sheet music also represents stage and film productions by other composers and lyricists, including six by Rodgers and Hart, and two by Sammy Fain.


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Index Terms

People
Axelrod, George
Cahn, Sammy
Comden, Betty
Davis, Sammy, Jr., 1925-1990
Green, Adolph
Hart, Lorenz, 1895-1943
Lennart, Isobel
Loos, Anita, 1893-1981
Mansfield, Jayne, 1933-1967
Merman, Ethel
Rodgers, Richard, 1902-1979
Sondheim, Stephen
Streisand, Barbra
Styne, Jule, 1905-1994
Subjects
Composers -- United States -- 20th century
Musical theater
Popular music
Television musicals
Motion picture music
Musicals -- New York (State) -- New York -- 20th century
Document Types
Business records
Correspondence
Music scores
Photographs
Scripts
Screenplays
Sheet music
Television scripts
Theater programs

Related Material

Additional Jule Styne materials at the Ransom Center are located in the Joseph Abeles Studio Collection, the Robert Downing Papers, the Mel Gussow Collection (including a recording of an interview of Styne by Gussow now in the Sound Recordings Collection), and the Theater Biography Collection.


Administrative Information

Acquisition:

Gifts of Jule Styne, 1962-1965

Processed by:

Joan Sibley and Amanda Reyes, 2017

Note:

This finding aid replicates and replaces information previously available only in a card catalog. Please see the explanatory note at the end of this finding aid for information regarding the arrangement of the manuscripts as well as the abbreviations commonly used in descriptions.


Sources:

Blau, Eleanor. "Jule Styne, Bountiful creator of song favorites, dies at 88."New York Times, 21 September 1994.

"Jule Styne: The Official Jule Styne Website." Accessed February 22, 2017. http://www.julestyne.com/Jule_Styne.php

Suskin, Steven. Show Tunes 1905-1985: The Songs, Shows and Careers of Broadway's Major Composers. New York: Dodd, Mead and Company, 1986.

Suskin, Steven. The Sound of Broadway Music. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2009.

Taylor, Theodore. Jule: The Story of Composer Jule Styne. New York: Random House, 1979.


Container List

Series I. Works:1943-1964, undated

Subseries A. Stage productions, 1944-1964
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1.2 Arturo Ui, circa 1963; produced by David Merrick
Bells are ringing, circa 1956; lyrics by Betty Comden and Adolph Green, produced by the Theatre Guild:
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1.3 Bells are ringing, conductor's score
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1.4 B-I songs
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88.1 Ella is Melisande
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1.5 J-Y songs
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1.6 Birds of a feather: a musical play in two acts, script, 1945; co-written with James Ingram
Do re mi, circa 1960; lyrics by Betty Comden and Adolph Green, produced by David Merrick:
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2.3 Adventure
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2.4 After the smoke
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2.5 All of my life
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2.6-7 All you need is a quarter
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2.8-9 Ambition
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3.1 Asking for you
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3.2 B-D songs
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3.3 Cry like the wind
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3.4 Don't be ashamed of a teardrop
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3.5-4.2 Don't try to figure it out
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88.2 Don't try to figure it out
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4.3 Double juke box
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4.4 E-I songs
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4.5-6 Fireworks
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4.7 He's a V.I.P.
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4.8-5.2 I know about love
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88.3 I know about love
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5.3 Investigation
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5.4-5 It's legitimate
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5.6 Late into asking for you
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88.4 Late into asking for you
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5.7 J-O songs
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6.1-2 Listen, baby
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88.5 Listen, baby
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6.3 Make someone happy
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6.4 P-T
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88.6 Play off-Take a job
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6.5-6 Take a job
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88.7 Take a job-Play off
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6.7 Throw me a Jap
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88.8 Throw me a Jap
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7.1 U-Z songs
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7.2 What's new at the zoo?
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7.3-8.1 Who gets the table?
Fade out – fade in, circa 1964; lyrics by Betty Comden and Adolph Green, produced by Jule Styne and Lester Osterman:
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8.2 A-J songs
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8.3 K-Z songs
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8.5 Freedomland U.S.A., circa 1960; lyrics by George Weiss
Funny girl, circa 1964; lyrics by Bob Merrill, produced by Ray Stark:
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8.6 Unidentified; A-F songs
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9.1 G-L songs
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9.2 M-Z songs
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9.3 Glad to see you, circa 1944; lyrics by Sammy Cahn, produced by David Wolper
Gypsy, circa 1959; lyrics by Stephen Sondheim, produced by David Merrick and Leland Hayward:
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87.1 Duplicated musical arrangement for conductor and piano
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9.4 A-L songs
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9.5 M-P songs
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9.6 S-T songs
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10.1 U-Z songs
Hazel Flagg, circa 1953; lyrics by Bob Hilliard, produced by Jule Styne:
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89.1 Act II, duplicated director's score
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10.2 Workings
High button shoes, circa 1947; lyrics by Sammy Cahn, produced by Monte Proser and Joseph Kipness:
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89.2 Duplicated conductor's score
Peter Pan, circa 1954; additional lyrics by Betty Comden and Adolph Green, produced by Richard Halliday:
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89.3 Duplicated conductor's score
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10.4 Say, darling, circa 1958; lyrics by Betty Comden and Adolph Green, produced by Jule Styne and Lester Osterman
Subways are for sleeping, circa 1961; lyrics by Betty Comden and Adolph Green, produced by David Merrick:
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10.5 A-G songs
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10.6 H songs
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11.1 I-K songs
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11.2 L-M songs
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11.3 Musical odds and ends
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11.4 N-S songs
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11.5 U-Z songs
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12.1 Two on the aisle, circa 1951; lyrics by Betty Comden and Adolph Green, produced by Arthur Lesser
Wonderworld, circa 1964; lyrics by Stanley Styne, produced by Meyer Davis
Subseries B. Television, 1957-1965, undated
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1.1 The blue canary, television treatment, undated; co-written with Larry Berns
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2.1-2 The dangerous Christmas of Red Riding Hood, television special, circa 1965; lyrics by Bob Merrill, produced by Richard Lewine
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10.3 Mr. Magoo's Christmas carol, television special, circa 1962; lyrics by Bob Merrill, produced by Lee Orgel
Ruggles of Red Gap, television special, circa 1957; lyrics by Leo Robin, produced by Showcase Productions, Inc.:
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1.1 Alas and alack
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90.4 American button
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90.5 American picnic theme
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90.6 Americans fanfare
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90.7 Bench scene (rainbow)
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90.8 Declaration theme I
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90.9 Declaration theme II
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90.10 Family's heart
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90.11 Finale
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90.12 Harmonica
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90.13 I don't want to be a gentleman
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90.14 I have you to thank
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90.15 Main title – Paris
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90.16 Montage – Boat to Red Gap
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90.17 Oh, those Americans
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90.18 Overture
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90.19 Paris blues no. 2
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90.20 Pomp coda
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90.21 Pouring tea
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91.1 Pursuit montage
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91.2 Quiet Americans
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91.3 A ride on a rainbow
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91.4 Ruggles whistles
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91.5 Supper menu
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91.6 Terribly nice
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91.7 Thank – utility
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91.8 Welcome home
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91.9 We'll have music
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91.10 When you dance in Paris, France
Subseries C. Songs, 1943-1964
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1.1 Absent-minded me, circa 1964; lyrics by Bob Merrill
All the way home, used in film All the way home, circa 1963; lyrics by Stanley Styne
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12.1 B ‘postrophe, K no ‘postrophe L.Y.N., used in film, West Point story, 1950; lyrics by Sammy Cahn, originally used in musical Glad to see you, circa 1944
Cry and you cry alone, used in film, Tonight and every night, circa 1945; lyrics by Sammy Cahn
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8.4 Fight for sight, used in fundraiser Lights on. circa 1961; lyrics by George Weiss
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10.2 Horn of plenty, used in industrial show Thrill of a lifetime, undated; lyrics by Stanley Styne
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90.1 In Trinidad, used in film Romance in high C / Romance on the high seas, circa 1948
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10.2 The magic age is seventeen, B-side of single Doctor love by Johnny Resitivo, circa 1961; lyrics by Stanley Styne
Main attraction, undated; used in film Main attraction, 1962?
Mr. Beebe, used in film Carolina blues, circa 1944; lyrics by Sammy Cahn and Dudley Brooks
Now!, written for Lena Horne, circa 1963; lyrics by Betty Comden and Adolph Green
Opening to Gene Kelly routine, used in film What a way to go, circa 1964
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90.2 Rhapsody, used in film Romance in high C / Romance on the high seas, circa 1948
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12.1 That's what I like about you, used in film Living it up, circa 1954; lyrics by Bob Hilliard
There goes that song again, used in films Cruisin' down the river (1953) and Carolina blues (1944); lyrics by Sammy Cahn
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90.3 Two lovers met in the night (A carnival story), used in film, Romance in high C / Romance on the high seas, circa 1948; lyrics by Sammy Cahn
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12.1 Vict'ry polka, used in films Jam session (1944), Follow the boys (1944), and The heat's on (1943); lyrics by Sammy Cahn
You excite me, used in film, Tonight and every night, circa 1945; lyrics by Sammy Cahn



Series II. Letters:1950-1960, undated

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12.2 Unidentified; A-B
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12.3 C-D
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12.4 E-G
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12.5 H-J
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12.6 K-M
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13.1 N-So
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13.2 Sp-Z



Series III. Recipient:1940-1965, undated

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13.3 Unidentified
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13.4 A-Al
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13.5 Am-An
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13.6 Ar-Az
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13.7 Ba-Bh
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14.1 Bi-Bo
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14.2 Br-Bz
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14.3 Ca-Cd
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14.4 Ce-Ci
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14.5 Cj-Col
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14.6 Com-Cz
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14.7 Da-Dd
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15.1 De-Di
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15.2 Dj-Dz
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15.3 Ea-Ef
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15.4 Eg-Ez
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15.5 Fa-Fig
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15.6 Fih-Fq
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15.7 Fr-Fz
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15.8 Ga-Gh
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16.1 Gi-Go
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16.2 Gp-Gz
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16.3 Haa-Han
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16.4 Hao-Hd
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16.5 Hea-Her
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16.6 Hes-Hz
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16.7 I-Ja
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17.1 Je-Jz
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17.2 Ka-Ke
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17.3 Kf-Kz
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17.4 La-Ld
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17.5 Lea-Let
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17.6 Lev-Lez
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17.7 Lf-Lom
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18.1 Lon-Lou
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18.2 Lov-Lz
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18.3 Mc
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18.4 Ma-Mar
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18.5 Mas-Mez
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19.3 MCA, 1943-1959
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18.6 Mf-Moq
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18.7 Mor-Mz
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19.1 Morris (William) Agency, 1950-1960
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19.2 Moselle, Lee, 1953-1962
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19.4 N
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19.5 O
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19.6 Pa-Pg
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19.7 Ph-Pz
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20.1 Q-Rh
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20.2 Ri-Rof
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20.3 Rog-Rz
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20.4 Rogers and Cowan, Inc, 1959-1960
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20.5 Sa-Sb
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20.6 Sc-Sd
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20.7 Se-Sh
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21.1 Si-Sl
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21.2 Sm-Ss
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21.3 Sta-Stq
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21.4 Str-Sz
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21.5 Ta-Tn
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21.6 To-Tz
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22.1 U-V
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22.2 Wa-Wh
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22.3 Wi-Wz
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22.4 X-Z
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22.5-6 Young, Robert, 1950-1956



Series IV. Miscellaneous:1936-1965, undated

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23.1-2 Unidentified
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23.3 Aa-Al
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Actor's Equity Association:
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23.4 Miscellaneous, 1956-1960
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23.5 The Darling Company, 1957-1958
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23.6 Mr. Wonderful, 1955-1957
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23.7 The Proud Company, 1958-1959
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23.8 The Success Company, 1955-1956
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23.9 Am
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24.1 An-Ar
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24.2 As-Az
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24.3 Axelrod, George. Tinsel town, script, undated
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Axelrod, George. Will success spoil Rock Hunter?:
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24.4 Mimeo / prompt script, 1955
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24.5-6 Mimeo / scripts, 1955
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24.7 Mimeo / rehearsal script, 1955
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25.1 Axelrod, George. Letters
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25.2 Ba-Bd
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25.3 Baker, Herbert. Everybody's girl, synopsis, undated
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25.4 Baker Herbert. Panama Hattie, television script, 1954
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25.5 Be
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25.6 Beloin, Edmund. The chameleon complex, scripts, undated
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25.7 Berg, Gertrude, and Leonard Spiegelglass. Libby, script, undated
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25.8 Bergman, Marilyn and Alan. Something more!, lyrics, 1964
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26.1 Bf-Bn
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26.2-3 Bissell, Richard, 1957-1958
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26.4 Bo
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92.1 Bock, Jerry. Mr. Wonderful: Available, music score, undated
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92.2 Bock, Jerry. Mr. Wonderful: Jamaica Chita, Section III, music score, 1957
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92.3 Bock, Jerry. Mr. Wonderful: Jamaica Johnny, complete orchestration undated
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26.5 Bp-Bz
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26.6 Brooke, Peter R. The bold approach, script, undated
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26.7 Buchman, Sidney. Theodora goes wild, screenplay, 1949
Burrows, Abe. First impressions:
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27.1 Scripts, undated
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27.2 Script, Act I, undated
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27.3 Pride and prejudice, character, locale and plot breakdown, undated
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27.4 Sets and songs, 1958
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27.5 Caa-Car
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27.6 Cas-Cg
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28.1-2 Century Lighting, Inc.
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28.3 Cha-Chel
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28.4 Chain, Barbara. And then tomorrow, television script, undated
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28.5 Chain, Barbara. Indian summer, television script, undated
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28.6 Chem-Ck
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28.7 Chemical Corn Exchange Bank, 1955-1960
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28.8 Cl
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29.1 Cm-Com
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29.2-3 Cohn, Art. The orchid man, typescript, undated
Comden, Betty and Adolph Green:
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29.4-5 Bells are ringing, scripts, undated
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29.6 Bells are ringing, screenplay, 1958
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Fade out – fade in:
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30.1 Act I, scenes 1-3, variant versions, 1964
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30.2 Act I, scenes 3-7, variant versions, 1964
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30.3 Act I, scenes 5-8, variant versions, 1964
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30.4 Act I, scenes 7-11, variant versions, 1964
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30.5 Act I, scenes 10-14; Act II, scenes 1-2, variant versions, 1964
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31.1 Act II, scenes 1-4, variant versions, 1964
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31.2 Act II, scenes 3-6, variant versions, 1964
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31.3 Act II, scenes 5-8, variant versions, 1964
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31.4 A girl to remember (aka Fade out – fade in), script, undated
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31.5 Lyrics, 1964
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31.6 Revision pages, undated
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31.7 Llama el amor (Bells are ringing), Spanish script, undated
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31.8 Say, darling, lyrics, undated
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31.9 Subways are for sleeping, lyrics, undated
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32.1 Cn-Cz
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32.2 Coopersmith, Jerome. Baker Street, script, 1961
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32.3 Cosaro, Frank. A piece of blue sky, script, 1968
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32.4 Da-Dd
The Darling Company:
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32.5 A-D
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32.6-7 Audit reports, 1958-1960
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33.1-2 Bills, 1957-1959
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33.3 E-L
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33.4 House seats record book, 1958
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33.5 M-R
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33.6-34.1 Payrolls, 1958-1999
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34.2 S-Z
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34.3 A-E
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34.4 Dramatists Guild, 1958-1959
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34.5 F-L
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34.6 M-Z
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35.1 De-Dh
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35.2 De Holguin, Beatrice. Madeline and the bishop (short story), typescript, undated
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35.3-36.1 De Holguin, Beatrice. Nathan White, typescript, undated
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36.2 Dicker, Dorothy, 1956-1963
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36.3 Do-Dz
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36.4 Dramatists Guild, 1956-1959
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36.5 Dramatists Guild. Mr. Wonderful Company, 1955-1956
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36.6 E
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37.1 Edwards, Blake. My sister Eileen, screenplay, 1954
Emmett, Robert. The dangerous Christmas of Red Riding Hood; music and lyrics by Jule Styne and Bob Merrill:
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37.2 TV rehearsal script, undated
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37.3 Scripts with inserts and revisions, 1965 June-September
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37.4 Scripts, 1965 June
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37.5 Scripts with revisions, and deletions, 1965 August
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37.6 Scripts with revision sheets, 1965 September-October
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38.1 TV script discarded pages with revisions, 1965 September-October
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38.2 Script with revisions, 1965 September-October
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38.3 TV rehearsal script, master copy with inserts and revisions, 1965 September
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38.4 TV script with music cues and notes, 1965 October
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38.5 TV final script with timings and revisions, includes rehearsal schedules and tentative timings, 1965 October
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38.6 Englund, Ken. A charmed life, script, 1959
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39.1 Englund, Ken. Come take your lessons in my arms: a voodoo comedy with original music and dancing based on the authentic songs and dances of the people of Haiti; script, with author's notes re the production, 1962
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39.2 Epstein, Julius and Philip. Saturday night: a musical comedy, scripts, 1954, 1959
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39.3 Epstein, Philip G., Julius J. Epstein, and I. A. L. Diamond. Romance in High C, screenplay, 1947
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39.4 Fa-Fn
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92.4 Fain, Sammy. Calamity Jane: A hive full of honey, music score, undated
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92.5 Fain, Sammy. Calamity Jane: Keep it under your hat, music score, undated
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39.5 Fain, Sammy. Something more!: A-H songs, music scores, 1964
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39.6 Fain, Sammy. Something more!: I-Z songs, music scores, 1964
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40.1-2 Fessier, Michael. Love Among the Cannibals, screenplay, undated
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40.3 Fo-Fz
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40.4 Freeman, Virginia. The big night, script, undated
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40.5 Friedman-Abeles, Photographers, 1956-1959
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40.6 Frings, Ketti. Whippersnapper, script, undated
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40.7 Ga-Gq
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41.1 Garson, Henry. Twice on Sunday, script, undated
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41.2 Gibbling, J.L. The royal game, script, undated
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41.3 Gilbert, George, A-Z
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41.4 Gilroy, Frank D. Scissors, paper, rock, screenplays, undated
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41.5 Giraudoux, Jean. Judith, script, undated. English version by Christopher Fry.
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41.6 Gold, Herbert. Love and like
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41.7 Goldman, Robert and Glenn Paxton. Untitled musical play, Act I, script, undated. Based on Pride and prejudice.
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41.8 Goodman, Aubrey. The great Gatsby: a musical play, script, 1956
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42.1 Gould, Sandra. Ring around the moon, script with revisions, undated
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42.2 Gould, Sandra. Ring around the moon, synopsis, undated
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42.3 Gr-Gz
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42.4 Green, Mort and George Foster. Off we go: script no. 1 Love and marriage, television script, undated
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42.5 Gross, Seymour. Stormy petrels, script, undated
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42.6 Ha-Hd
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42.7-8 Halevy, Julian. The young lovers, scripts, 1956
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43.1 Hayes, Joseph. A calculated risk, script, 1962
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86.1 Hazel Flagg Company, financial records ledger, 1952-1954
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43.2 He-Hh
Hecht, Ben. Hazel Flagg:
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43.3 Scripts, undated
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43.4 Script, 1952 October
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43.5-6 Scripts, 1953 February
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44.1 Herscher, Sylvia, 1953-1957
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44.2 Hi-Hoo
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44.3 Holofcener, Larry. Mr. Wonderful, lyric book, undated
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44.4 Hop-Hz
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44.5 Hulke, Malcolm. The big client, script, 1960
Hunter, Evan (aka Ed McBain):
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44.6-7 And kill a stranger, script, undated
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44.8 Killer's wedge, script, undated
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45.1-3 Lady in waiting, script, undated
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45.4 On the seventh day, script, 1956
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45.5 See him die, script, undated
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46.1-2 Huxley, Aldous and Jane Murfin. Pride and prejudice, dialogue cutting continuities, 1940 and 1947
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46.3 I
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47.1 Inge, William. Summer brave, script, undated
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47.2 Ingram, Jay. The primitive approach, script, 1948
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47.3 J
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47.4 Ka-Kh
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47.5 Katcher, Leo. Case for survival, script, undated
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47.6 Ki-Kz
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47.7 Laa-Lap
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48.1 Lar-Laz
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48.2 Larson, Gerard A., ed. Plays in progress, script, 1964
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48.3 Laurents, Arthur. Side show, script, 1963; Music and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim.
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48.4 Lawrence, Jerome. Paris France: Act 1, script, undated
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48.5-49.2 Lawrence, Robert. The girl of the golden west, English libretti, undated
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49.3 Lb-Lh
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49.4 League of New York Theatres, 1955-1960
Lennart, Isobel. Funny girl:
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49.5 Typed and mimeo script, undated
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50.1 Mimeo scripts, undated
Act I, discarded pages, some with revisions, 1963-1964:
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50.2 Pages 1-5
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50.3 Pages 5-11A
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50.4 Pages 12-16
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50.5 Pages 17-22
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51.1 Pages 22A-28C
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51.2 Pages 29-36
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51.3 Pages 36-44
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51.4 Pages 44-52
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52.1 Pages 53-58
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52.2 Pages 58-70
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52.3 Pages 71-100
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52.4 Act I, revision, 1964 January 6
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52.5 Act II, outline, 1963 November 11
Act II, discarded pages, some with revisions, 1963-1964:
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53.1 Pages 1-6
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53.2 Pages 6A-13
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53.3 Pages 13-18
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53.4 Pages 18-21
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53.5 Pages 21-25
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53.6 Pages 25-28
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53.7 Pages 28-31
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54.1 Pages 31-35
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54.2 Pages 35-37
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54.3 Pages 37-50
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54.4 Pages 51-58
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54.5 Pages 58-63
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54.6 Pages 63-72
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54.7 Act II, revision, 1964 January 6
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54.8 Note from Lennart to unidentified recipients, undated
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55.1 Li-Lz
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55.2 Lights on, production materials, 1959
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55.3 Lindsay, Howard. Anything goes, typescript, 1953
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55.4 Longstreet, Stephen and Catherine Turney. The burning man, script, undated
Longstreet, Stephen:
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55.5 High button shoes, television scripts, undated
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55.6-56.1 Mama (short stories), typescript, undated
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56.2 They liked them handsome, script, undated
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56.3 Two sisters, synopsis, 1953
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56.4 Loos, Anita and Joseph Fields. Gentlemen prefer blondes, scripts, undated
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56.5 Loos, Anita. The great Caresse, scenes, summaries, script, 1953, undated. Includes 5 letters from Loos to Styne, 1953, undated
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56.6 Loos, Anita. She stoops to conquer, musical adaptation / incomplete, typescript, synopsis, undated
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56.7 Maa-Maq
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57.1 McConnor, Vincent. Chautauqua, script, undated
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57.2 Mar-Maz
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57.3 Marchant, William. Faster! Faster!, script, undated
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57.4-5 Masque Sound and Recording Corporation, 1955-1959
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57.6 Mb-Mi
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57.7 MCA, 1955-1959
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57.8 Merrill, Bob. The dangerous Christmas of Red Riding Hood, lyrics, 1965
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57.9-58.1 Merrill, Bob. Funny girl, lyrics, 1963-1964
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58.2 Meyer, Sol. The big benefit, typescript, undated
Mr. Wonderful Company:
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58.3 A-C
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58.4 D-G
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58.5 H-M
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58.6 Miscellaneous
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58.7 O
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59.1 P-Q
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59.2 Payrolls
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59.3 R-Z
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59.4 A-C
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59.5 D-I
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59.6 J-O
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59.7 P-Z
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59.8 Mj-Mz
Monaster, Nate. Something more!:
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60.1-2 Scripts, revision pages, 1964
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60.3 Typed and mimeo script, 1964
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60.4-61.1 Mimeo script / revised version, 1964
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62.3 Mimeo script, 1964 August 17
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61.3 Titled One foot in bed, script, 1964 May 18
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61.4 Titled Portofino P.T.A., typescript, undated
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61.5 Monks, John, Jr. The West Point story, screenplay, 1950
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61.6 Morehead, Doris Lloyd. Mr. Preen's salon, script, undated
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61.7-8 Morris (William) Agency, Inc., 1955-1960
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62.1-3 Moselle, Lee
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62.4 Na-Nd
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62.5 Ne-Nn
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62.6 No-Nz
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62.7 O
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62.8 O'Flaherty, Liam. The informer, script, undated
O'Hara, John. Pal Joey:
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62.9 Scripts with notes, undated
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63.1-3 Scripts adapted for television by Jule Styne, undated
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63.4 O'Shea, Beth. A long way from Boston, synopsis, undated
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63.5 Oppenheimer, George. Come to glory, scripts, undated
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63.6 Oshman, Robert L. The best show in town, script, undated
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64.1 P-Pe
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64.2 Peck, Charles K., Jr. The gray sergeant, synopses, 1957
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64.3 Pf-Pq
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64.4-5 Pincus (Mathilde), Music Arranging and Copying Center, 1958-1959
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64.6 Piper, Will. The gauntlet, script, undated
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64.7 Pr-Pz
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64.8 Prince, Neal. Shake the peach tree, script, undated
The Proud Company:
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65.1 A
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65.2 Attraction payroll
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65.3 B
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65.4 C-D
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65.5 E-M
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65.6 House ticket records, journal
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66.1 Miscellaneous
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66.2 O-P
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66.3 Q-R
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66.4 S-Z
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66.5 A-D
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66.6 E-G
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66.7 H-R
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66.8 S-Z
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67.1 Q-Rj
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67.2 Random, Darrell. Something in mind, script, undated
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67.3 Revlon. The big party, television script, 1959
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67.4 Rk-Rosg
Rodgers, Richard and Lorenz Hart:
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67.5 Babes in arms, script, 1937
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67.6 By Jupiter, script, 1942
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67.7 I married an angel, script, 1938
Pal Joey:
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68.2-3 Conductor's score, undated
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68.4 A-D songs, conductor's score, undated
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68.5 E-Z, songs, conductor's score, undated
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68.1 Rodgers, Richard, Lorenz Hart, and George Abbott. On your toes, script, 1936
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68.6 Rosh-Rz
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68.7 Roussin, André. Mama, script, undated
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68.8 Sa-Sek
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68.9-69.1 Schulman, Arnold. The nose of Jerry Pepper, scripts, 1961
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69.2 Sel-Sg
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69.3 Sh-Sn
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69.4 Shaw, David. Ruggles of Red Gap, television script, 1957
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69.5 Sherman, Allan. Where did you go? Out. What did you do? Nothing, screenplay, undated
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69.6 Sherman, Martin. Aspirins and chickenfat, screenplay, undated
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70.1 Simon, Neil. One shoe off, script and outline, 1960
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70.2 Singer, Ray and Dick Chevillat. Guardian angel, synopsis, undated
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70.3 So-Ste
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70.4 Sorel, Edward and José Ygelsias. Moon missing, script, undated
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70.5 Spanton, Anthony. Audit reports and letters, 1956-1959
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70.6-71.5 Stein, Joseph and Will Glickman. Mr. Wonderful, scripts, 1955-1957, undated
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71.6 Sti-Sz
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71.7 Sturges, Preston. Make a wish, script, undated
Styne, Jule:
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72.1 A-L
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72.2 The dangerous Christmas of Little Red Riding Hood, 1965
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72.3-5 Fade out – fade in, 1963-1964
Financial records:
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81.1-82.1 First impressions, 1959
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83.1 The Proud Company, 1958-1961
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84.1-85.1 The Say, Darling Company, 1958-1960
Funny girl:
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73.1 Bulletin, 1963-1964
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73.2 Cast and staff directories, 1963-1964
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73.3 Cast breakdown, 1963
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73.4 Notebooks, undated
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73.5-74.2 Notes, 1963-1964
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74.3 Running order, 1963
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74.4 Schedules, 1963-1964
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74.5 M-Q
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74.6 R-Z
Something more!:
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77.1 A-R
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75.1-76.1 Performance note cards, undated
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77.2 Rehearsal and performance notes, 1964
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77.3 S-Z
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77.4 Styne (Jule) Productions, 1957-1961, undated
The Success Company:
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77.5 A-B
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77.6 C-N
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78.1 Miscellaneous, 1955-1956
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78.2 O-Z
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78.3 Staff notes, undated
Letters:
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78.4 A-C
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78.5 D-F
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78.6 G-H
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78.7 I-L
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78.8 M-Q
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78.9 R-Z
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79.1 T-Ta
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79.2 Tabori, George, Brouhaha, script, 1957
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79.3 Tait Transfer Company, 1955-1950
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79.4 Tashlin, Frank. Will success spoil Rock Hunter?, script, 1957
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79.5 Tb-Tn
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79.6 To-Tz
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79.7 Trattner, Ernest. Carnegie Hall, synopsis, undated
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79.8 U
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80.1 V
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80.2 Van Druten, and John William. The girl with the opera length hose, script, undated
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80.3 Wa-Weir
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80.4 Weiner (Lawrence) and Associates, 1955-1958
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80.5 Weis-Wg
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80.6 Wh-Z
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80.7 Zara, Louis. The white bird
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81-85 Card boxes
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86-87 Custom boxes
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88-92 Oversize boxes



Series V. Additional Materials (Not Described in Card Catalog):1925-1964, undated

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93.1-3 The Darling Company. Bank statements and cancelled checks, 1958-1961
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93.4 Fain, Sammy. Calamity Jane, sheet music, 1953
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93.5 Fain, Sammy. Something more!, sheet music, 1964
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93.6 Gershwin, George and B. G. De Sylva. The French doll, sheet music, 1932
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93.7 Halevy, Julian. The young lovers, casting head shots / resumes, 1964
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93.8 Jerome, Helen. Pride and prejudice, printed play adaptation, undated
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93.9 Katscher, Robert and Irving Caesar. Wonder Bar, sheet music, 1930-1934
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93.10 Kern, Jerome and Edward Laska. Till the clouds roll by, sheet music, 1946
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93.11-12 Mr. Wonderful Company. Bank statements, 1957-1957; fire-damaged
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96.1 Mr. Wonderful Company. Cancelled checks, 1956; fire-damaged, coach user
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94.1 Pinkard, Maceo. Sugar: sheet music, 1926
Rodgers, Richard and Lorenz Hart:
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94.2 By Jupiter, sheet music, 1942
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94.3 Garrick gaieties, sheet music, 1925-1932
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94.4 I married an angel, sheet music, 1938
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94.5 Jumbo, sheet music. 1962
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94.6 On your toes, sheet music, 1936
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94.7 Pal Joey, sheet music, 1941
Styne, Jule:
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97.1 Plaque to "Jule with love and thanks" from Polly Bergen, 19 March 1959
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94.8 Programs, 1959; some water-damaged
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94.9 Publicity and reviews, 1959; some water-damaged
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94.10 Funny girl, programs, 1964
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94.11 Gypsy, musical publicity package, undated
Mr. Wonderful:
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94.12 Photographs, 1956
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94.13, osf 1 Publicity and reviews, 1956
Say, darling:
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94.14 Award of merit from Actors' Fund, 1958
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94.15 New York City Convention Bureau, printed materials, 1958
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94.16 Photographs, 1958
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94.17-18 Programs, 1958; some water-damaged
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95.1 Publicity, 1958; some fire-damaged items
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95.2 Sheet music. 1958
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95.3 Ticket information, 1958
Something more!:
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95.4 Cast and staff directory. 1964
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95.5 Costume designs (reproductions), 1964
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95.6 Programs, 1964
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95.7, osf 2 Set designs, 1964
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95.8 Subways are for sleeping, program, 1961
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95.9 Two on the aisle, sheet music, 1951
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95.10 The West Point story, sheet music, 1950
Will success spoil Rock Hunter?:
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95.11 Contact sheets, photographs, 1955-1956
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95.12 Programs, 1955-1956; some water-damaged
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95.13 Publicity and reviews, 1955-1956
Miscellaneous:
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95.14 Clippings, 1944-1960, undated
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95.15 Photographs, undated. Includes Don Rickles, Frank Sinatra, Alessandro Trotta, and unidentified people.
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95.16 Printed materials (music), 1950, undated
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95.17 Printed materials (theatre), 1956-1958, undated
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95.18 Printed materials (general), undated



Index of Works

  • Absent-minded me, handwritten music score, 4 pages, undated -- 1.1
  • All the way home, 2 handwritten music scores; 1 duplicated music score; 4 pages each, undated -- 1.1
  • Arturo Ui: Arturo themes, handwritten music score, 2 pages, undated -- 1.2
  • Arturo Ui: Arturo's dilema (sic), handwritten music score, 4 pages, undated -- 1.2
  • Arturo Ui: Arturo's dilemma, handwritten music score, 5 pages, undated -- 1.2
  • Arturo Ui: Captions, handwritten music score, 2 pages, undated -- 1.2
  • Arturo Ui: Carnival music, blues, etc., handwritten music score, 6 pages, undated -- 1.2
  • Arturo Ui: Funeral blues march, handwritten music score, 1 page, undated -- 1.2
  • Arturo Ui: No home, no home, handwritten music score, 6 pages, undated -- 1.2
  • Arturo Ui: Opening, handwritten music score, 2 pages, undated -- 1.2
  • Arturo Ui: Orphan Annie, handwritten music score, 2 pages, undated -- 1.2
  • Arturo Ui: Pleasant surroundings, handwritten music score, 5 pages, undated -- 1.2
  • Arturo Ui: Shuffle strip, handwritten music score, 4 pages, undated -- 1.2
  • Arturo Ui: Where are you – people!, handwritten music score, 6 pages, undated -- 1.2
  • B 'postrophe, K no 'postrophe L.Y.N., duplicated music score, 14 pages, 2 March 1950. Included with this: TLS Music Publishers Holding Company to Tams-Witmark Music Library, Inc., 24 February 1960 -- 12.1
  • Bells are ringing -- 1.3-5, 88.1
  • Bells are ringing, handwritten and printed conductor's score, 164 pages, 1956 -- 1.3
  • Bells are ringing: Better than a dream, handwritten music score, 11 pages, undated -- 1.4
  • Bells are ringing: Drop that name, handwritten music score / fragment, 2 pages, undated -- 1.4
  • Bells are ringing: Ella is Melisande, handwritten music score, 5 pages, undated; scored by Robert Ginzler -- 1.4
  • Bells are ringing: Ella is Melisande, 13 handwritten music scores for various instruments, undated -- 88.1
  • Bells are ringing: Ella's in a hurry, handwritten music score, 3 pages, undated -- 1.4
  • Bells are ringing: Ella's messageville, handwritten music score, 1 page, undated -- 1.4
  • Bells are ringing: I met a girl, handwritten music score, 9 pages, undated -- 1.4
  • Bells are ringing: Introduction, handwritten music score, 4 pages, undated -- 1.4
  • Bells are ringing: Intuition, handwritten music score, 2 pages, undated -- 1.4
  • Bells are ringing: Is it a crime?, handwritten music score / duplicated, 4 pages, undated-- 1.4
  • Bells are ringing: It's a perfect relationship, handwritten music score, 10 pages, undated -- 1.4
  • Bells are ringing: It's a simple little system, handwritten music score / incomplete, 13 pages, undated -- 1.4
  • Bells are ringing: Just in time, handwritten music score, 2 pages, undated -- 1.5
  • Bells are ringing: Opening, handwritten music score, 8 pages, undated -- 1.5
  • Bells are ringing: The Midas touch, 2 handwritten music scores; 1 handwritten music score with duplicated page; 8 pages each, undated -- 1.5
  • Bells are ringing: The party's over, handwritten music score, 3 pages; handwritten music score, 2 pages; both undated -- 1.5
  • Bells are ringing: You gotta work, handwritten music score, 1 page, undated -- 1.5
  • Birds of a feather: a musical play in two acts, carbon typescript, 91 pages, 1945 -- 1.6
  • The blue canary, typescript television series idea, 3 pages, undated -- 1.1
  • Cry and you cry alone, handwritten music score, 2 pages, undated -- 12.1
  • The dangerous Christmas of Red Riding Hood -- 2.1-2
  • The dangerous Christmas of Red Riding Hood: Along the way, handwritten music score, 14 pages, undated
  • The dangerous Christmas of Red Riding Hood: Granny's Gulch, handwritten music score, 3 pages, undated -- 2.1
  • The dangerous Christmas of Red Riding Hood: I'm naïve, handwritten music score, 3 pages, undated -- 2.1
  • The dangerous Christmas of Red Riding Hood: Poor mouse, handwritten music score, 9 pages, undated -- 2.1
  • The dangerous Christmas of Red Riding Hood: Red Riding Hood, handwritten music score, 2 pages, undated; with notes written on verso -- 2.1
  • The dangerous Christmas of Red Riding Hood: We're gonna howl tonight!, handwritten music score, 3 pages, undated -- 2.1
  • The dangerous Christmas of Red Riding Hood: Workings, miscellaneous handwritten music score pages with a few reproduced duplicate pages, 41 pages, undated -- 2.2
  • Do re mi -- 2.3-8.1, 88.2-8
  • Do re mi: Adventure, handwritten music score, 18 pages; handwritten workings, 4 pages; both undated. Included with these: orchestration by Henri René -- 2.3
  • Do re mi: Adventure, duplicated score, 20 pages, undated. With Betty Comden-Adoph Green lyrics -- 2.3
  • Do re mi: Adventure, handwritten arrangements for individual instruments and conductor by Henri René, 45 pages, undated -- 2.3
  • Do re mi: Adventure, handwritten conductor's score, 5 pages, undated. Arrangement by Henri René -- 2.3
  • Do re mi: After the smoke, handwritten manuscript, 1 page, undated -- 2.4
  • Do re mi: All of my life, handwritten conductor's score, 3 pages, undated. Arrangement by Henri René -- 2.5
  • Do re mi: All of my life, handwritten music score, 8 pages; handwritten music score, 5 pages; both undated. Includes orchestration by Henri René -- 2.5
  • Do re mi: All of my life, duplicated score, 5 pages, undated. With Betty Comden-Adolph Green lyrics -- 2.5
  • Do re mi: All of my life, handwritten arrangements for individual instruments and conductor by Henri René, 44 pages, undated -- 2.5
  • Do re mi: All you need is a quarter, handwritten music score, 7 pages, undated. Included with this: orchestration by Henri René -- 2.6
  • Do re mi: All you need is a quarter, handwritten conductor's score, 4 pages, undated. Arrangement by Henri René -- 2.6
  • Do re mi: All you need is a quarter, printed music score with handwritten revisions and notations, 7 pages, 1960 -- 2.6
  • Do re mi: All you need is a quarter, handwritten arrangements for individual instruments and conductor by Henri René, 53 pages, undated -- 2.7
  • Do re mi: Ambition, handwritten music score, 15 pages; handwritten workings, 3 pages; both undated. Included with these: orchestration by Henri René -- 2.8
  • Do re mi: Ambition, handwritten conductor's score, 7 pages, undated. Arranged by Henri René -- 2.8
  • Do re mi: Ambition, duplicated score, 15 page, undated. With Betty Comden-Adolph Green lyrics -- 2.8
  • Do re mi: Ambition, handwritten arrangements for individual instruments and conductor by Henri René, 62 pages, undated -- 2.9
  • Do re mi: Asking for you, handwritten music score, 3 pages; handwritten workings, 2 pages; both undated. Included with these: orchestration by Henri René -- 3.1
  • Do re mi: Asking for you, handwritten conductor's score, 6 pages; handwritten vocal group's score; both undated. Arranged by Henri René -- 3.1
  • Do re mi: Asking for you, handwritten arrangements for individual instruments, conductor and vocal group by Henri Rene, 55 pages, undated -- 3.1
  • Do re mi: Asking for you, printed music score with handwritten notations, 3 pages, 1961 -- 3.1
  • Do re mi: Born in Pennsylvania, handwritten music score, 6 pages; handwritten workings, 2 pages; both undated -- 3.2
  • Do re mi: Brains, handwritten music score, 1 page, undated -- 3.2
  • Do re mi: Cry like the wind, handwritten music score, 3 pages; 8 handwritten individual scores, 1 page each; all undated. Included with these: orchestration by Henri René -- 3.3
  • Do re mi: Cry like the wind, handwritten arrangements for individual instruments, conductor and vocal group by Henri René, 41 pages, undated -- 3.3
  • Do re mi: Cry like the wind, printed music score with slight handwritten revisions, 3 pages, 1960 -- 3.3
  • Do re mi: Don't be ashamed of a teardrop, handwritten arrangements for individual instruments and conductor by Luther Henderson, 13 pages, undated -- 3.2
  • Do re mi: Don't be ashamed of a teardrop, handwritten music score, 6 pages, undated -- 3.2
  • Do re mi: Don't be ashamed of a teardrop, handwritten and duplicated arrangements for individual instruments and conductor by Luther Henderson, 82 pages, undated -- 3.4
  • Do re mi: Don't try to figure it out, handwritten arrangement masters, 47 pages, undated -- 3.2
  • Do re mi: Don't try to figure it out, handwritten music score, 5 pages, undated -- 3.2
  • Do re mi: Don't try to figure it out, handwritten music score (Part I) for individual instruments, 26 pages; handwritten and duplicated music scores (Part II) for individual instruments, 60 pages; both undated. Included with these: typescript / copy of dialogue and lyrics -- 3.5
  • Do re mi: Don't try to figure it out, handwritten orchestration, 56 pages, undated -- 88.2
  • Do re mi: Don't try to figure it out, duplicated arrangements, 90 pages, undated -- 3.6
  • Do re mi: Don't try to figure it out, duplicated arrangements for individual instruments, 49 pages, undated -- 4.1
  • Do re mi: Don't try to figure it out, duplicated arrangements for piano-conductor, 54 pages, undated -- 4.2
  • Do re mi: Double juke box, handwritten music score, 5 pages, undated -- 4.3
  • Do re mi: Double juke box – Part 2, handwritten music score for piano-conductor, 2 pages, undated -- 4.3
  • Do re mi: Faraway home, handwritten music score, 3 pages, undated -- 4.4
  • Do re mi: Fireworks, handwritten music score, 11 pages, undated. Included with this: orchestration by Henri René -- 4.5
  • Do re mi: Fireworks, handwritten introduction score, 3 pages; handwritten arrangements for conductor and choir by Henri René, 11 pages; both undated -- 4.5
  • Do re mi: Fireworks, printed music score with handwritten revisions and notations, 7 pages, 1960 -- 4.5
  • Do re mi: Fireworks, duplicated arrangements for individual instruments, conductor and choir by Henri René, 89 pages, undated -- 4.6
  • Do re mi: Gang waiting, handwritten music score, 4 pages, undated -- 4.4
  • Do re mi: The great late late, handwritten music score, 13 pages, undated -- 4.4
  • Do re mi: He's a V.I.P., handwritten music score, 23 pages, undated. Includes some All of my life -- 4.7
  • Do re mi: He's a V.I.P., duplicated music score with handwritten insert, 19 pages, undated -- 4.7
  • Do re mi: Host of others, handwritten music score, 8 pages, undated -- 4.4
  • Do re mi: Hubie, I love you, handwritten music score, 1 page, undated -- 4.4
  • Do re mi: Hubie's off again, handwritten music score, 3 pages, undated -- 4.4
  • Do re mi: I am king, handwritten music score, 3 pages, undated -- 4.4
  • Do re mi: I know about love, handwritten and duplicated music score for individual instruments, 49 pages, undated. Includes scores for prelude and tag and typescript / copy of dialogue and lyrics -- 4.8
  • Do re mi: I know about love, handwritten conductor's arrangement, 4 pages, undated. Arrangement by Henri René -- 5.1
  • Do re mi: I know about love, duplicated musical arrangements for conductor and individual instruments by Henri René, 51 pages, undated -- 5.2
  • Do re mi: I know about love, handwritten music score, 17 pages, undated. Included with this: orchestration by Henri René -- 5.1
  • Do re mi: I know about love, duplicated music score, 4 pages, 20 December 1960 -- 5.1
  • Do re mi: I know about love, handwritten orchestration, 8 pages, 2 November 1960. Orchestrated by Luther Henderson -- 88.3
  • Do re mi: Investigation, handwritten music score, 14 pages, undated -- 5.3
  • Do re mi: It's legitimate, handwritten music score, 23 pages, undated. Included with this: handwritten orchestration by Henri René -- 5.4
  • Do re mi: It's legitimate, handwritten conductor's score, 9 pages; handwritten piano-bass-rhythm guitar score, 4 pages; both undated; Arrangement by Henri René-- 5.4
  • Do re mi: It's legitimate, duplicated music score, 10 pages, undated-- 5.4
  • Do re mi: It's legitimate, duplicated musical arrangements for conductor and individual instruments by Henri René, 78 pages, undated -- 5.5
  • Do re mi: Late into asking for you, handwritten and duplicated music score for individual instruments / incomplete, 32 pages, undated. Included with this: Let's have a dance, handwritten music score, 1 page; discarded part -- 5.6
  • Do re mi: Late into asking for you, handwritten orchestration, 22 pages undated -- 88.4
  • Do re mi: Let's have a dance, handwritten music score, 2 pages, undated -- 5.7
  • Do re mi: Life's not that simple, handwritten music score, 4 pages, undated -- 5.7
  • Do re mi: Listen, baby, handwritten music score, 14 pages, undated -- 6.1
  • Do re mi: Listen, baby, 7 duplicated music scores of sketch, 8 pages each; handwritten and duplicated music scores for individual instruments and conductor, 55 pages, undated -- 6.2
  • Do re mi: Listen, baby, handwritten orchestration, 24 pages, undated -- 88.5
  • Do re mi: Little girl, 3 handwritten music scores, 4 pages each, undated -- 5.7
  • Do re mi: Make someone happy, handwritten music score, 11 pages, undated -- 6.3
  • Do re mi: Make someone happy, handwritten musical arrangements for conductor and vocal group by Henri René, 7 pages, undated -- 6.3
  • Do re mi: Make someone happy, printed music score with handwritten revisions and notations, 7 pages, 1960 -- 6.3
  • Do re mi: Miscellaneous odd pages, handwritten music / fragments, 24 pages, undated -- 5.7
  • Do re mi: Mob talk, handwritten music score, 1 page, undated -- 5.7
  • Do re mi: Oooo, baby, ow, baby, handwritten music score, 1 page, undated -- 5.7
  • Do re mi: Overture, handwritten music score synopsis, 2 pages, undated -- 5.7
  • Do re mi: Pancakes, handwritten music score, 2 pages, undated. Included with this: duplicated cello score -- 6.4
  • Do re mi: Planning of Hubie Doom, handwritten music score, 1 page, undated -- 6.4
  • Do re mi: Play off-Take a job, handwritten and duplicated music score for individual instruments, 21 pages, undated -- 6.4
  • Do re mi: Play off-Take a job, handwritten orchestration, 2 pages, 31 October 1960 -- 88.6
  • Do re mi: Remembering, duplicated music score for piano-conductor, 1 page, undated -- 6.4
  • Do re mi: She doesn't understand me, handwritten music score, 1 page, undated -- 6.4
  • Do re mi: Take a job, handwritten conductor's score, 5 pages, undated. Arrangements by Henri René -- 6.5
  • Do re mi: Take a job, handwritten music score, 19 pages, undated. Included with this: orchestraton by Henri René -- 6.5
  • Do re mi: Take a job, duplicated music score, 13 pages, 23 September 1960 -- 6.5
  • Do re mi: Take a job, duplicated musical arrangements for conductor and individual instruments by Henri René, 47 pages, undated -- 6.6
  • Do re mi: Take a job play off, handwritten music score for individual instruments, 21 pages, undated. Included with this: verse to Take a job, handwritten music score, 1 page -- 6.4
  • Do re mi: Take a job play-off, handwritten orchestration, 1 page, 1 October 1960 -- 88.7
  • Do re mi: Telephone No. 1, duplicated music score for piano-conductor, 1 page, undated -- 6.4
  • Do re mi: Telephone No. 2, duplicated music score for piano-conductor, 1 page; 2 duplicated music scores for violins, 1 page each; all undated -- 6.4
  • Do re mi: Throw me a Jap, handwritten and duplicated music scores for individual instruments, 26 pages, undated -- 6.7
  • Do re mi: Throw me a Jap, handwritten music score, 1 page, undated -- 6.7
  • Do re mi: Throw me a Jap, handwritten orchestration, 2 pages, undated -- 88.8
  • Do re mi: Waiting, handwritten music score, 8 pages, undated -- 7.1
  • Do re mi: What is a kiss?, handwritten music score, 8 pages, undated -- 7.1
  • Do re mi: What's new at the zoo?, handwritten music score, 6 pages, undated. Included with this: orchestration by Henri René -- 7.2
  • Do re mi: What's new at the zoo?, handwritten musical arrangements for conductor and vocal group by Henri René, 5 pages, undated -- 7.2
  • Do re mi: What's new at the zoo?, duplicated musical arrangements for conductor, vocal group and individual instruments by Henri René, 44 pages, undated -- 7.2
  • Do re mi: What's new at the zoo?, printed music score with handwritten revisions and notations, 7 pages, 1960. Duplicate copy included -- 7.2
  • Do re mi: Where's my break?, handwritten music score, 1 page, undated -- 7.1
  • Do re mi: Who gets the table?, handwritten music score, 18 pages, undated -- 7.3
  • Do re mi: Who gets the table?, handwritten musical arrangements for conductor, voices and individual instruments, 97 pages, undated. Instrumental arrangements by Luther Henderson, vocal by Buster Davis -- 7.3
  • Do re mi: Who gets the table?, duplicated musical arrangements for voices by Luther Henderson and Buster Davis, 254 pages, undated -- 7.5
  • Do re mi: Who gets the table?, duplicated musical arrangements for conductor and individual instruments by Luther Henderson, 68 pages, undated -- 7.4
  • Do re mi: You're my baby, handwritten music score, 1 page, undated -- 7.1
  • Fade out – fade in -- 8.2-3
  • Fade out – fade in: Call me savage, handwritten music score, 5 pages, undated -- 8.2
  • Fade out – fade in: Close harmony, handwritten music score workings, 6 pages, undated -- 8.2
  • Fade out – fade in: Dangerous age, handwritten music score, 9 pages, undated -- 8.2
  • Fade out – fade in: Fade out – fade in, handwritten music score, 8 pages, undated -- 8.2
  • Fade out – fade in: Fear, handwritten music score, 11 pages, undated -- 8.2
  • Fade out – fade in: The fiddler and the fighter, handwritten music score, 3 pages, undated -- 8.2
  • Fade out – fade in: A girl to remember, handwritten music score, 5 pages, 1963 -- 8.2
  • Fade out – fade in: Go home train, handwritten music score, 5 pages, undated -- 8.2
  • Fade out – fade in: I'm with you, handwritten music score, 6 pages, undated -- 8.2
  • Fade out – fade in: It's good to be back home, handwritten music score, 8 pages, undated -- 8.2
  • Fade out – fade in: Lila Tremaine, handwritten music score, 14 pages, undated -- 8.3
  • Fade out – fade in: My fortune is my face, handwritten music score, 6 pages, undated -- 8.3
  • Fade out – fade in: My heart is like a violin, handwritten music score, 5 pages, undated -- 8.3
  • Fade out – fade in: The nineteen thirties, handwritten music score, 7 pages, undated -- 8.3
  • Fade out – fade in: Notice me, handwritten music score, 5 pages, undated -- 8.3
  • Fade out – fade in: The usher from the mezzanine, handwritten music score, 5 pages, undated -- 8.3
  • Fade out – fade in: When it's tea time in Timbucktoo, handwritten musical revision fragment, 1 page, 31 March 1964. Written on typescript / copy of lyric -- 8.3
  • Fade out – fade in: You mustn't feel discouraged, handwritten music score, 4 pages, undated -- 8.3
  • Fight for sight, handwritten music score workings, 4 pages, undated -- 8.4
  • Freedomland U.S.A. -- 8.5
  • Freedomland U.S.A.: The Chicago fire, handwritten music score, 18 pages, undated -- 8.5
  • Freedomland U.S.A.: Danny the dragon, handwritten music score, 4 pages, undated -- 8.5
  • Freedomland U.S.A.: The jalopy song, handwritten music score, 6 pages, undated -- 8.5
  • Freedomland U.S.A.: Johnny Freedom, handwritten music score, 4 pages, undated -- 8.5
  • Freedomland U.S.A.: Little old New York, handwritten music score, 4 pages, undated -- 8.5
  • Freedomland U.S.A.: On the show boat, handwritten music score, 5 pages, undated -- 8.5
  • Freedomland U.S.A.: Pine country, handwritten music score, 4 pages, undated -- 8.5
  • Freedomland U.S.A.: San Francisco Fran!, handwritten music score, 5 pages, undated -- 8.5
  • Freedomland U.S.A.: Satellite City, handwritten music score, 3 pages, undated -- 8.5
  • Freedomland U.S.A.: So long, Ma!, handwritten music score, 9 pages, undated -- 8.5
  • Freedomland U.S.A.: That's the kind of dame I am, handwritten music score, 12 pages, undated -- 8.5
  • Freedomland U.S.A.: Untitled number, handwritten music score, 3 pages -- 8.5
  • Funny girl -- 8.6-9.2
  • Funny girl: Blockparty, handwritten music score, 2 pages, undated -- 8.6
  • Funny girl: Cornet man, handwritten music score, 19 pages, undated -- 8.6
  • Funny girl: Cornet man, duplicated music score, 8 pages, undated -- 8.6
  • Funny girl: Dance, handwritten music score, 2 pages, undated -- 8.6
  • Funny girl: Don't rain on my parade, handwritten music score with workings, 22 pages; duplicated music score, 12 pages; duplicated music score / incomplete, 6 pages; all undated -- 8.6
  • Funny girl: Eddie's 5th encore, handwritten music score, 2 pages, undated -- 8.6
  • Funny girl: Find yourself a man, handwritten music score, 13 pages, undated -- 8.6
  • Funny girl: Funny girl, handwritten music score, 3 pages, undated -- 8.6
  • Funny girl: Henry Street, handwritten music score, 6 pages, undated -- 9.1
  • Funny girl: His love makes me beautiful, handwritten music score, 4 pages, undated -- 9.1
  • Funny girl: I taught her everything, handwritten music score, 3 pages, undated -- 9.1
  • Funny girl: I think you're bluffing, handwritten music score, 5 pages, undated -- 9.1
  • Funny girl: I want to be seen with you tonight, handwritten music score, 4 pages, undated -- 9.1
  • Funny girl: If a girl isn't pretty, handwritten music score with workings, 12 pages, undated -- 9.1
  • Funny girl: I'm the greatest star, duplicated music score with handwritten inserts, 12 pages, 28 October 1963 -- 9.1
  • Funny girl: I'm the greatest star, handwritten music score, 25 pages, undated -- 9.1
  • Funny girl: It's home, handwritten music score, 1 page, undated -- 9.1
  • Funny girl: The music that makes me dance, handwritten music score, 9 pages, undated -- 9.2
  • Funny girl: Nicky Arnstein, handwritten music score, 20 pages, undated -- 9.2
  • Funny girl: People, handwritten music score, 10 pages, undated -- 9.2
  • Funny girl: Private Schwarts from Rock-a-way, handwritten music score, 1 page, undated -- 9.2
  • Funny girl: Rat tat tat tat, handwritten music score, 5 pages, undated -- 9.2
  • Funny girl: Sadie, Sadie – married lady, handwritten music score, 7 pages, undated -- 9.2
  • Funny girl: Who are you?, handwritten music score, 3 pages, undated -- 9.2
  • Funny girl: You are woman, I am man, handwritten music score with workings, 19 pages, undated -- 9.2
  • Funny girl: Unidentified fragment, handwritten music score, 1 page, undated -- 8.6
  • Glad to see you: It is the most unusual weather (for this time of the year), duplicated music score, undated -- 9.3
  • Gypsy -- 9.4-10.1, 87.1
  • Gypsy: Duplicated musical arrangement for conductor and piano, 316 pages, undated -- 87.1
  • Gypsy: Act II opening music, handwritten music score, 7 pages, undated -- 9.4
  • Gypsy: All I need's the girl, handwritten music score, 1 page, undated -- 9.4
  • Gypsy: The bloozy cooz, handwritten music score, 2 pages, undated-- 9.4
  • Gypsy: Cow song, handwritten music score, 5 pages, undated -- 9.4
  • Gypsy: Everything's coming up roses, handwritten music score, 11 pages, undated -- 9.4
  • Gypsy: The exotic jerkess, handwritten music score, 2 pages, undated -- 9.4
  • Gypsy: Figure eight waltz, handwritten music score, 3 pages, undated -- 9.4
  • Gypsy: Gypsy rise to muff!, handwritten music score, 5 pages, update -- 9.4
  • Gypsy: If I had three wishes for Christmas, handwritten music score, 4 pages, undated -- 9.4
  • Gypsy: If Mama was married, handwritten music score, 12 pages, undated -- 9.4
  • Gypsy: Let me entertain you, handwritten music score, 6 pages, undated -- 9.4
  • Gypsy: Let's go to the movies, handwritten music score, 4 pages, undated -- 9.4
  • Gypsy: Little lamb, handwritten music score, 8 pages, undated -- 9.4
  • Gypsy: Mama's strip, handwritten music score, 33 pages, undated -- 9.5
  • Gypsy: Mama's talkin' soft, handwritten music score, 5 pages, undated. Written with this: 1 page of Everything's coming up roses -- 9.5
  • Gypsy: Miscellaneous segments, handwritten musical segments, 12 pages, undated -- 9.5
  • Gypsy: Mr. Goldstone, I love you, handwritten music score, 27 pages, undated -- 9.5
  • Gypsy: New lead sheet, handwritten music score, 3 pages, undated -- 9.5
  • Gypsy: Presto, bingo, flip, handwritten music score, 2 pages, undated -- 9.5
  • Gypsy: Small world, handwritten music score, 7 pages, undated -- 9.6
  • Gypsy: Smile, girls, handwritten music score, 4 pages, undated -- 9.6
  • Gypsy: Some people, handwritten music score, 29 pages, undated -- 9.6
  • Gypsy: Surprise, handwritten music score / fragment, 2 pages, undated -- 9.6
  • Gypsy: Together wherever we go, handwritten music score, 9 pages, undated. Included with this: handwritten manuscript / copy of lyrics -- 9.6
  • Gypsy: Tomorrow's Mother's Day, handwritten music score, 7 pages, undated -- 9.6
  • Gypsy: Train montages, 3 handwritten music scores, 13 pages, undated. Written with one: Burlesque montage scored through -- 9.6
  • Gypsy: Vaudeville montage, handwritten music score, 3 pages, undated -- 10.1
  • Gypsy: Who needs him?, handwritten music score, 6 pages, undated -- 10.1
  • Gypsy: You either got it or you ain't, handwritten music score, 3 pages, undated. Written with this: Mama's blues, handwritten music score, 1 page, undated -- 10.1
  • Gypsy: You gotta get a gimmick, handwritten music score, 15 pages, undated -- 10.1
  • Gypsy: You'll never get away from me, handwritten music score, 11 pages, undated -- 10.1
  • Hazel Flagg: Act II, duplicated director's score, 102 pages, undated -- 89.1
  • Hazel Flagg: Workings, handwritten manuscript, 2 pages, undated -- 10.2
  • High button shoes: Duplicated conductor's score, 171 pages, undated -- 89.2
  • Horn of plenty, handwritten music score, 4 pages, undated -- 10.2
  • In Trinidad, duplicated music score, 1 page, undated -- 90.1
  • The magic age is seventeen, handwritten music score, 4 pages, undated -- 10.2
  • Main attraction, handwritten music score, 1 page, undated -- 10.2
  • Mr. Beebe, handwritten music score, 8 pages, undated -- 10.2
  • Mr. Magoo's Christmas carol: Alone in the world, handwritten music score, 1 page, undated -- 10.3
  • Mr. Magoo's Christmas carol: The Lord's blessing, handwritten music score workings,3 pages, undated -- 10.3
  • Mr. Magoo's Christmas carol: The plunderers, handwritten music score, 2 pages, undated -- 10.3
  • Now!, handwritten music score, 2 pages, undated -- 10.2
  • Opening to Gene Kelly routine, handwritten music score, 4 pages, undated -- 10.2
  • Peter Pan, duplicated conductor's score, 210 pages, undated. Loosely laid in: Oh, my mysterious lady, handwritten music score revision, 11 pages -- 89.3
  • Rhapsody, duplicated music score, 11 pages, undated -- 90.2
  • Ruggles of Red Gap -- 1.1, 90.4-91.10
  • Ruggles of Red Gap: Alas and alack, handwritten music score, 2 pages, undated -- 1.1
  • Ruggles of Red Gap: American button, duplicated piano-conductor score, 1 page, undated -- 90.4
  • Ruggles of Red Gap: American picnic theme, duplicated piano-conductor score, 2 pages, undated -- 90.5
  • Ruggles of Red Gap: Americans fanfare, duplicated piano-conductor score, 1 page, undated; arrangement by Buddy Bregman -- 90.6
  • Ruggles of Red Gap: Bench scene (rainbow), duplicated piano-conductor score, 5 pages, undated -- 90.7
  • Ruggles of Red Gap: Declaration theme I, duplicated piano-conductor score, 2 pages, undated -- 90.8
  • Ruggles of Red Gap: Declaration theme II, duplicated piano-conductor score, 2 pages, undated -- 90.9
  • Ruggles of Red Gap: Family's heart, 2 duplicated piano-conductor scores, 3 pages each, undated -- 90.10
  • Ruggles of Red Gap: Finale, duplicated piano-conductor score, 4 pages, undated -- 90.11
  • Ruggles of Red Gap: Harmonica, 2 duplicated piano-conductor scores, 2 pages each, undated -- 90.12
  • Ruggles of Red Gap: I don't want to be a gentleman, duplicated piano-conductor score, 13 pages, undated -- 90.13
  • Ruggles of Red Gap: I have you to thank, duplicated piano-conductor score, 4 pages, undated -- 90.14
  • Ruggles of Red Gap: Main title – Paris, duplicated piano-conductor score, 1 page, undated -- 90.15
  • Ruggles of Red Gap: Montage – Boat to Red Gap, duplicated piano-conductor score, 2 pages, undated; arrangement by Buddy Bregman -- 90.16
  • Ruggles of Red Gap: Oh, those Americans, duplicated piano-conductor score, 11 pages, undated; arrangement by Buddy Bregman -- 90.17
  • Ruggles of Red Gap: Overture, duplicated piano-conductor score, 1 page, undated; arrangement by Buddy Bregman. Written on verso: rehearsal notes -- 90.17
  • Ruggles of Red Gap: Paris blues no. 2, duplicated piano-conductor score, 1 page, undated -- 90.19
  • Ruggles of Red Gap: Pomp coda, duplicated piano-conductor score, 1 page, undated -- 90.20
  • Ruggles of Red Gap: Pouring tea, duplicated piano-conductor score, 2 pages, undated -- 90.21
  • Ruggles of Red Gap: Pursuit montage, duplicated piano-conductor score, 12 pages, undated -- 91.1
  • Ruggles of Red Gap: Quiet Americans, duplicated piano-conductor score, 1 page, undated; arrangement by Buddy Bregman -- 91.2
  • Ruggles of Red Gap: A ride on a rainbow, duplicated piano-conductor score, 8 pages, undated; arrangement by Buddy Bregman. Included with this: Ride rainbow – End Act II, 2 pages; Ride on a rainbow – chorus end credits, 4 pages -- 91.3
  • Ruggles of Red Gap: Ruggles whistles, duplicated piano-conductor score, 1 page, undated -- 91.4
  • Ruggles of Red Gap: Supper menu, duplicated piano-conductor score, 1 page, undated; arrangement by Buddy Bregman. Included with this: Cue – After supper, 1 page -- 91.5
  • Ruggles of Red Gap: Terribly nice, duplicated piano-conductor score, 6 pages, undated; arrangement by Buddy Bregman. Included with this: Terribly nice – reprise, 3 pages -- 91.6
  • Ruggles of Red Gap: Thank – utility, 5 duplicated piano-conductor scores, 3 pages each, undated; arrangement by Buddy Bregman -- 91.7
  • Ruggles of Red Gap: Welcome home, duplicated piano-conductor score, 10 pages, undated. Included with this: Welcome home – utility, 3 pages -- 91.8
  • Ruggles of Red Gap: We'll have music, duplicated piano-conductor score, 6 pages, undated. Combined with Pursuit of happiness -- 91.9
  • Ruggles of Red Gap: When you dance in Paris, France, duplicated piano-conductor score, 10 pages, undated. Included with this: Reprise, 6 pages -- 91.10
  • Say, darling -- 10.4
  • Say, darling: Carnival song, duplicated music score / incomplete, 1 page, undated -- 10.4
  • Say, darling: Dance only with me, handwritten music score, 3 pages, undated -- 10.4
  • Say, darling: The husking bee, handwritten music score, 3 pages; duplicated music score, 4 pages; both undated. Included with these: Husking bee dance, 2 pages -- 10.4
  • Say, darling: It's the second time you meet that matters, 2 handwritten music scores, 6 pages; 1 duplicated music score, 4 pages; 1 duplicated music score / incomplete, 2 pages; all undated -- 10.4
  • Say, darling: Let the lower lights be burning, handwritten music score, 1 page, undated -- 10.4
  • Say, darling: Miscellaneous sections, handwritten musical sections and workings, 35 pages, undated -- 10.4
  • Say, darling: My little yellow dress, handwritten music score, 7 pages, undated. Included with this: 2 pages of duplicated copy -- 10.4
  • Say, darling: My man blew, handwritten music score, 2 pages, undated -- 10.4
  • Say, darling: Old man river, handwritten musical workings, 1 page, undated -- 10.4
  • Say, darling: Say, darling 2 handwritten music scores, 5 pages, undated -- 10.4
  • Say, darling: Somebody loves me, handwritten music score for viola, 1 page, undated -- 10.4
  • Say, darling: Something's always happening on the river, handwritten music score, 1 page, undated -- 10.4
  • Say, darling: Try to love me just as I am, handwritten music score, 2 pages, undated -- 10.4
  • Subways are for sleeping -- 10.5-11.5
  • Subways are for sleeping: Be a Santa, handwritten music score with workings, 25 pages, undated -- 10.5
  • Subways are for sleeping: Coffee time, handwritten music score, 2 pages, undated -- 10.5
  • Subways are for sleeping: Comes once in a lifetime, handwritten music score, 8 pages, undated -- 10.5
  • Subways are for sleeping: Getting married, handwritten music score, 11 pages, undated -- 10.5
  • Subways are for sleeping: Girls like me, handwritten music score, 5 pages, undated -- 10.5
  • Subways are for sleeping: Gotta think of her, handwritten music score with workings, 59 pages, undated. Early title: Man with a plan -- 10.5
  • Subways are for sleeping: Gotta think of her, Part II, handwritten and duplicated music score, 11 pages, 1961 -- 10.5
  • Subways are for sleeping: Grand Central, handwritten music score with workings, 5 pages, undated -- 10.5
  • Subways are for sleeping: Hey, Charlie, let's talk, handwritten music score, 15 pages, undated -- 10.6
  • Subways are for sleeping: Hey, Charlie, let's talk, duplicated, 8 pages, undated. Adaptation of Listen, baby from Do re mi -- 10.6
  • Subways are for sleeping: How can you describe a face?, handwritten music score, 6 pages, undated -- 10.6
  • Subways are for sleeping: I hate this big town, handwritten music score, 2 pages, undated -- 11.1
  • Subways are for sleeping: I just can't wait, handwritten music score, 10 pages, undated -- 11.1
  • Subways are for sleeping: I know about love, handwritten music score with workings, 21 pages, undated -- 11.1
  • Subways are for sleeping: I'm just taking my time, handwritten music score with workings, 23 pages, undated -- 11.1
  • Subways are for sleeping: I'm just taking my time (reprise and time extension), 2 duplicated music scores, 6 pages, undated -- 11.1
  • Subways are for sleeping: I said it and I'm glad, handwritten music score, 30 pages, undated -- 11.1
  • Subways are for sleeping: I walk a little dog, 1 duplicated music score with revisions, 3 pages; 2 duplicated music scores with handwritten additions, 3 pages, 4 pages; 1 duplicated music score / incomplete, 2 pages; 1961 -- 11.1
  • Subways are for sleeping: I walk a little dog, handwritten music score, 6 pages, undated -- 11.1
  • Subways are for sleeping: I was a shoo-in, handwritten music score, 12 pages, undated -- 11.1
  • Subways are for sleeping: Little girl, you're home, handwritten music score, 2 pages, undated -- 11.2
  • Subways are for sleeping: A man of vision, handwritten music score with workings, 15 pages, undated. Included with this: duplicated music score / incomplete, 2 pages -- 11.2
  • Subways are for sleeping: A man of vision, handwritten and duplicated music score, 19 pages; duplicated music score with handwritten addition, 17 pages; both undated -- 11.2
  • Subways are for sleeping: March, handwritten music score, 2 pages, undated -- 11.2
  • Subways are for sleeping: Museum dance, handwritten music score, 4 pages, undated -- 11.2
  • Subways are for sleeping: Musical odds and ends, handwritten music / fragments with some synopses, 49 pages, undated -- 11.3
  • Subways are for sleeping: Now I have someone, handwritten music score with workings, 8 pages, undated -- 11.4
  • Subways are for sleeping: Opening of Act I, handwritten music score, 4 pages, undated -- 11.4
  • Subways are for sleeping: Overture, handwritten music score with workings, 12 pages, undated -- 11.4
  • Subways are for sleeping: Ride in the night, handwritten music score, 15 pages, undated -- 11.4
  • Subways are for sleeping: Subways are for sleeping, handwritten music score with workings, 20 pages, undated -- 11.4
  • Subways are for sleeping: Uptown, handwritten music score, 2 pages, undated -- 11.5
  • Subways are for sleeping: We want pity, handwritten music score, 4 pages, undated -- 11.5
  • Subways are for sleeping: What is this feeling in the air?, handwritten music score, 4 pages, undated -- 11.5
  • Subways are for sleeping: When you help a friend out, handwritten music score with workings, 18 pages, undated -- 11.5
  • Subways are for sleeping: Who knows what might have been?, handwritten music score, 10 pages, undated -- 11.5
  • Subways are for sleeping: Who knows what might have been?, duplicated music score / incomplete, 5 pages, undated. Original title: What a strange quartette -- 11.5
  • That's what I like about you, handwritten music score, 2 pages, undated -- 12.1
  • There goes that song again, handwritten music score, 3 pages, undated -- 12.1
  • Two lovers met in the night, printed music score, 6 pages, undated -- 90.3
  • Two on the aisle: Two on the aisle, handwritten music score, 6 pages, undated -- 12.1
  • Vict'ry polka, handwritten music score, 4 pages, undated -- 12.1
  • Wonderworld -- 12.1
  • Wonderworld: Age of rock – Rock of ages, handwritten music score, 4 pages, 1963 -- 12.1
  • Wonderworld: Alfa Romeo, handwritten music score, 3 pages, undated -- 12.1
  • Wonderworld: Coco palm tree island, handwritten music score, 2 pages, undated -- 12.1
  • Wonderworld: Happy dogs, handwritten music score, 2 pages, undated -- 12.1
  • Wonderworld: Independence Day parade, handwritten music score, 6 pages, undated -- 12.1
  • Wonderworld: Old-fashioned get-together, handwritten music score, 12 pages, undated -- 12.1
  • Wonderworld: Welcome, handwritten music score, 3 pages, undated -- 12.1
  • Wonderworld: A woman's world, handwritten music score, 7 pages, undated -- 12.1
  • Wonderworld: Wonderworld, handwritten music score, 3 pages, undated -- 12.1
  • Wonderworld: Your isle, handwritten music score, 2 pages, undated -- 12.1
  • You excite me, handwritten music score, 4 pages, undated -- 12.1

Index of Letters

(Styne's outgoing letters)

  • Unidentified recipient Ann -- 12.2
  • Unidentified recipient Billy -- 12.2
  • Unidentified recipient Gloria -- 12.2
  • Unidentified recipient Jikki -- 12.2
  • Unidentified recipient Maureen -- 12.2
  • Unidentified recipient Red -- 12.2
  • Aarons, Max -- 12.2
  • Actor's Equity Association -- 12.2
  • Alexander, David -- 12.2
  • Alton, Robert -- 12.2
  • Baker, _____ -- 12.2
  • Balaban, Barney -- 12.2
  • Bancroft, Anne -- 12.2
  • Belafonte, Harry -- 12.2
  • Belasco Theatre Box Office Staff -- 12.2
  • Beloin, Edward -- 12.2
  • Benezet-Kline, William -- 12.2
  • Berle, Milton -- 12.2
  • Berlin, Irving -- 12.2
  • Big Three Music Company -- 12.2
  • Bissell, Richard Pike -- 12.2
  • Blackburn, Harold -- 12.2
  • Blackstone, Milton -- 12.2
  • Block, Raymond A. -- 12.2
  • Bonnet, Lorraine -- 12.2
  • Bregman, Claire -- 12.2
  • Burrows, Abe -- 12.2
  • Campglia, Joe -- 12.3
  • Carlton, Joseph R. -- 12.3
  • Chapman, John Arthur -- 12.3
  • Chase Manhattan Bank, New York -- 12.3
  • Chemical Corn Exchange Bank -- 12.3
  • Cohen, Alexander H. -- 12.3
  • Cole, Nat King -- 12.3
  • Comden, Betty -- 12.3
  • Como, Perry -- 12.3
  • Coral Records -- 12.3
  • Daley, Richard J. -- 12.3
  • Dalrymple, Jean -- 12.3
  • D'Amato, Skinny -- 12.3
  • Darin, Bobby -- 12.3
  • Day, Dennis -- 12.3
  • Desmond, Johnny -- 12.3
  • Donen, Stanley -- 12.3
  • Donohue, Jack -- 12.3
  • Dornan, Don -- 12.3
  • Eder, Shirley -- 12.4
  • Effros, Robert -- 12.4
  • Eisenhower, Dwight David -- 12.4
  • Fabray, Nanette -- 12.4
  • Famous Music Corp. -- 12.4
  • Feldman, Charles K. -- 12.4
  • Fields, Gracie -- 12.4
  • Finkel, Robert -- 12.4
  • Fisher, Eddie -- 12.4
  • Freeman, Ticker -- 12.4
  • Frings (Kurt) Agency -- 12.4
  • Gabler, Milton -- 12.4
  • Gallagher, Helen -- 12.4
  • Gaynor, Charles -- 12.4
  • Gillmore, Gordon -- 12.4
  • Goetz, William -- 12.4
  • Golden, Fred -- 12.4
  • Goodman, Lillian Rosedale -- 12.4
  • Green, Adolph -- 12.4
  • Green, Milton -- 12.4
  • Greif, _____ -- 12.4
  • Grubb, Dale -- 12.4
  • Hale, Frank -- 12.5
  • Harrison, Robert -- 12.5
  • Hartman, Don -- 12.5
  • Hawkins, _____ -- 12.5
  • Hayes, Helen -- 12.5
  • Hayward, Leland, Mrs. -- 12.5
  • Hecht, Ben -- 12.5
  • Heller, Seymour -- 12.5
  • Holliday, Judy -- 12.5
  • Hughes, Howard -- 12.5
  • Hunter, Evan (aka Ed McBain) -- 12.5
  • Hyer, Martha -- 12.5
  • Jacoby, Herbert -- 12.5
  • Jaffe, Henry -- 12.5
  • James, Joni -- 12.5
  • Jewison, Norman -- 12.5
  • Judermanns, Henry J. -- 12.5
  • Kalmanson, Ben -- 12.6
  • Kantor, Jay -- 12.6
  • Katz, Jerry -- 12.6
  • Kaye, Danny -- 12.6
  • Kemp, Harold -- 12.6
  • Kline, Terry -- 12.6
  • Kohlmar, Fred -- 12.6
  • Kyle, Steve -- 12.6
  • Levy, Isaac D. -- 12.6
  • Lewis, Marlo -- 12.6
  • Livingston, Alan -- 12.6
  • Lombardo, Guy -- 12.6
  • Loren, James -- 12.6
  • McCrary, Tex -- 12.6
  • Mace, Borden -- 12.6
  • Markes, Lawrence W. -- 12.6
  • Marshall, Ed -- 12.6
  • Martin, Dean -- 12.6
  • Martin, George -- 12.6
  • Martin, Tony -- 12.6
  • Mastin, Will -- 12.6
  • Mathis, John -- 12.6
  • Mercury Records -- 12.6
  • Minnelli, Vincente -- 12.6
  • Mirisch, Harold -- 12.6
  • Morris, Jack -- 12.6
  • Moser, Richard A. -- 12.6
  • Motion Picture Academy of Arts and Sciences -- 12.6
  • Music Publishers Holding Corporation -- 12.6
  • Myerberg, Michael -- 12.6
  • Newman, Lionel -- 13.1
  • Obre, Barbara -- 13.1
  • O'Dwyer, Paul -- 13.1
  • Paramount Music Corp. -- 13.1
  • Peretti, Hugo -- 13.1
  • Perkins, Anthony -- 13.1
  • Pogostin, S. Lee -- 13.1
  • Raye, Martha -- 13.1
  • Rich, Rose -- 13.1
  • Ritchard, Cyril -- 13.1
  • Roaring 50's -- 13.1
  • Robinson, Sugar Ray -- 13.1
  • Rose, Billy -- 13.1
  • Rose, David -- 13.1
  • Ryan, John Barry, III -- 13.1
  • Sacks, Emanuel -- 13.1
  • Saks and Company, New York -- 13.1
  • Sale, Richard, 1911- -- 13.1
  • Sardi, Vincent, Jr. -- 13.1
  • Schiff, Bennet -- 13.1
  • Schreiber, Lou -- 13.1
  • Schuster, Max Lincoln -- 13.1
  • Shaw, David -- 13.1
  • Sherek, Henry -- 13.1
  • Shevelove, Burt -- 13.1
  • Sholes, Steve -- 13.1
  • Siepi, Cesare -- 13.1
  • Silver, Lee -- 13.1
  • Silvers, Vickie -- 13.1
  • Smith, Frank L. -- 13.1
  • Smith, Kate -- 13.1
  • Spingold, Nathan B. -- 13.2
  • Stafford, Jo -- 13.2
  • Stein, Charlie -- 13.2
  • Stein, Esther -- 13.2
  • Stein, Jules, Mrs. -- 13.2
  • Stein, Maurice "Maurry" -- 13.2
  • Stern, Leonard -- 13.2
  • Styne, Norton -- 13.2
  • Sullivan, Edward Vincent -- 13.2
  • Susskind, David -- 13.2
  • Thau, Benny -- 13.2
  • Vanderbilt, Gloria -- 13.2
  • Verve Records -- 13.2
  • Vogel, Joe -- 13.2
  • Walker, Gordon -- 13.2
  • Wallis, Hal B. -- 13.2
  • Watts, Richard, Jr. -- 13.2
  • Wayne, David -- 13.2
  • Wilkerson, William R. -- 13.2

Index of Recipients

(Styne's incoming letters)

  • Unidentified author Alex -- 13.3
  • Unidentified author Bart -- 13.3
  • Unidentified author Betty -- 13.3
  • Unidentified author Brioni -- 13.3
  • Unidentified author D_____ -- 13.3
  • Unidentified author George -- 13.3
  • Unidentified author Henry -- 13.3
  • Unidentified author Irene -- 13.3
  • Unidentified author Jikki -- 13.3
  • Unidentified author Keely -- 13.3
  • Unidentified author Nicholas -- 13.3
  • Unidentified author R_____ -- 13.3
  • Unidentified author Sanford -- 13.3
  • Unidentified author Steve -- 13.3
  • Unidentified author Violet -- 13.3
  • Unidentified author Tad -- 13.3
  • Unidentified author W_____ -- 13.3
  • Unidentified authors -- 13.3
  • Unidentified authors Noelle and Sydney -- 13.3
  • Abbott, George -- 13.4
  • Actors' Fund of America -- 13.4
  • Adler, Anita -- 13.4
  • Adler, Buddy, 1908-1960 -- 13.4
  • Adler, Richard, 1921- -- 13.4
  • Aherne, Brian, 1902- -- 13.4
  • Alberg, Mildred Freed, 1920- -- 13.4
  • Albert, Eddie, 1908- -- 13.4
  • Alberti, Jules -- 13.4
  • Albertson, Merle -- 13.4
  • Allen, Gracie, 1902-1964 -- 13.4
  • Allen, Rita, d. 1968 -- 13.4
  • Allen, Steve, 1921- -- 13.4
  • Allenberg, Mildred -- 13.4
  • Allers, Franz, 1905- -- 13.4
  • American Broadcasting Company -- 13.5
  • American Committee for Cultural Freedom -- 13.5
  • American Library Service -- 13.5
  • American Society of Composers, Authors, and Publishers -- 13.5
  • American Theatre Wing, Inc. -- 13.5
  • Am-Par Record Corp. -- 13.5
  • Amsel, Fred -- 13.5
  • Anderson (J. H.) Monument Co. -- 13.5
  • Anderson, Leroy, 1908- -- 13.5
  • Andrews, Nancy, 1924- -- 13.5
  • Anonymous -- 13.5
  • Armstrong, Louis, 1900-1971 -- 13.6
  • Arthur, Helen Jean -- 13.6
  • Ash, Ingram -- 13.6
  • Ashenfelter, William C. -- 13.6
  • Ashman, Eddie -- 13.6
  • Aslan, Benjamin -- 13.6
  • Atkinson, Justin Brooks -- 13.6
  • Auger, Edouard -- 13.6
  • Aumont, Jean Pierre, 1909- -- 13.6
  • Avakian, George -- 13.6
  • Axelrod, George, 1922- -- 13.6
  • Axelrod, Joan -- 13.6
  • Ayers, Shirley -- 13.6
  • Bacall, Lauren, 1924- -- 13.7
  • Bailey, Pearl, 1918- -- 13.7
  • Baker, Bernard -- 13.7
  • Baker, Camille -- 13.7
  • Baker, Herbert -- 13.7
  • Balaban, Tillie -- 13.7
  • Ballard, Shirley -- 13.7
  • Bashton, _____ -- 13.7
  • Bautzer, Gregson -- 13.7
  • Baxter, Anne, 1923- -- 13.7
  • Bean, Orson, 1928- -- 13.7
  • Beaton, Cecil Walter Hardy, 1904-1980 -- 13.7
  • Beaumont, Hugh, 1908-1973 -- 13.7
  • Becker, Allan -- 13.7
  • Bellamy, Ralph, 1904- -- 13.7
  • Bellevue-Stratford, Philadelphia -- 13.7
  • Benedict, Gail -- 13.7
  • Benjamin, Robert S., 1909- -- 13.7
  • Bennett, Joan, 1910- -- 13.7
  • Bentley, Eric Russell, 1916- -- 13.7
  • Berg, Gertrude, 1899-1966 -- 13.7
  • Bergen, Polly, 1930- -- 13.7
  • Bergman, Alan, 1925- -- 13.7
  • Berkowitz, Samuel H. -- 13.7
  • Berman, Shelley, 1926- -- 13.7
  • Bernheim, Alain -- 13.7
  • Bernstein, Herman, d. 1963 -- 13.7
  • Bernstein, Leonard, 1918- -- 13.7
  • Bernstein, Louis -- 13.7
  • Biddle, Kay -- 14.1
  • Bikel, Theodore, 1924- -- 14.1
  • Bissell, Marian -- 14.1
  • Bissell, Richard Pike, 1913-1977 -- 14.1
  • Blackton, Jay, 1909- -- 14.1
  • Blackwell, Earl -- 14.1
  • Blake, Barry -- 14.1
  • Blitz, Manuel -- 14.1
  • Blocki, Fritz -- 14.1
  • Bloom, Claire, 1931- -- 14.1
  • Bloomfield, Harry -- 14.1
  • Bloomgarden, Kermit, 1904-1976 -- 14.1
  • Bocher, Main R. -- 14.1
  • Bock, _____ -- 14.1
  • Bolton, Guy, 1884- -- 14.1
  • Bondy, Eddie -- 14.1
  • Booth, Shirley, 1909- -- 14.1
  • Bowden, Charles, 1913- -- 14.1
  • Boyar & Oring, Inc. -- 14.1
  • Brackett, Charles, 1892-1969 -- 14.2
  • Brand, Harry -- 14.2
  • Bregman, Buddy -- 14.2
  • Brinckerhoff, Burt -- 14.2
  • Briskin, Samuel J. -- 14.2
  • Brisson, Frederick, 1913- -- 14.2
  • Broeder, Raymond L., 1898- -- 14.2
  • Brook, Peter, 1925- -- 14.2
  • Brower, Jay D. -- 14.2
  • Brown, David -- 14.2
  • Brown, Henry C. -- 14.2
  • Brown, Irving, 1922- -- 14.2
  • Brown, Richard A. -- 14.2
  • Bulova, Ardé -- 14.2
  • Burke, Shirley, 1907- -- 14.2
  • Burrows, Abe, 1910- -- 14.2
  • Burt, Ella -- 14.2
  • Cahan, Mabel -- 14.3
  • Cahn, Sammy, 1913- -- 14.3
  • Capitol Records, Inc. -- 14.3
  • Caplat, Moran -- 14.3
  • Cardova, Robert D. -- 14.3
  • Carlisle, Kitty, 1914- -- 14.3
  • Carpenter, Constance, 1906- -- 14.3
  • Carr, Lawrence, 1916-1969 -- 14.3
  • Carroll, Diahann, 1935- -- 14.3
  • Carter, Jack, 1923- -- 14.3
  • Cassidy, Jack, 1927-1976 -- 14.3
  • Catholic Actors Guild -- 14.3
  • Cerf, Bennett Alfred, 1898-1971 -- 14.4
  • Channing, Carol, 1921- -- 14.4
  • Chapin, Dwight -- 14.4
  • Chappell & Co., Ltd. -- 14.4
  • Chateau Theatrical Animals -- 14.4
  • Chayefsky, Paddy, 1923- -- 14.4
  • Children's Aid Society -- 14.4
  • Children's Asthma Research Institute -- 14.4
  • Chodorov, Jerome, 1911- -- 14.4
  • Cisoceanic Corporation -- 14.4
  • Clark, Olin H. -- 14.5
  • Clark, Toby -- 14.5
  • Clyne, C. Terence -- 14.5
  • Coe, Fred Hayden, 1914- -- 14.5
  • Cohen, Eugene J. -- 14.5
  • Cohn, Harry, 1891-1958 -- 14.5
  • Colby, Ethel --14.5
  • Collier, Ralph -- 14.5
  • Collingwood, Charles Cummings, 1917- -- 14.5
  • Colombo, Franco -- 14.5
  • Colt, Alvin, 1916- -- 14.5
  • Columbia Records, Inc. -- 14.5
  • Comden, Betty, 1919- -- 14.6
  • Congregation Beth Israel -- 14.6
  • Connolly, Myles -- 14.6
  • Cook, Donald, 1901-1961 -- 14.6
  • Cook, Rowena -- 14.6
  • Cooper, William -- 14.6
  • Coote, Robert, 1909- -- 14.6
  • Coots, James Frederick, 1897- -- 14.6
  • Copeland, Joan -- 14.6
  • Copley, James Strohn -- 14.6
  • Coppola, Anton -- 14.6
  • Cornell, Katharine, 1898-1974 -- 14.6
  • Council of the Living Theatre -- 14.6
  • Cowan, Louis G., d. 1976 -- 14.6
  • Cowan, Warren -- 14.6
  • Crawford, Cheryl, 1902- -- 14.6
  • Crawford, Joan, 1908-1977 -- 14.6
  • Creighton, Anthony -- 14.6
  • Croft, Leila -- 14.6
  • Cronyn, Hume, 1911- -- 14.6
  • Crosby, Bing, 1901-1977 -- 14.6
  • Crouse, Russel, 1893-1966 -- 14.6
  • Cummings, Jack -- 14.6
  • Cummings, Nathan, 1896- -- 14.6
  • Curtis Brown, Ltd. -- 14.6
  • DaCosta, Morton, 1914- -- 14.7
  • Danielewski, Tad, 1921- -- 14.7
  • Daniels, Danny -- 14.7
  • Danny's Hide-a-Way, Inc. -- 14.7
  • Darrid, William, 1923- -- 14.7
  • DaSilva, Albert I. -- 14.7
  • Davenport, Pembroke, M., 1911- -- 14.7
  • Davies, Charles F. -- 14.7
  • Davis, Buster, 1920- -- 14.7
  • Davis' (Meyer) Music -- 14.7
  • Davis, Sammy, Jr., 1925- -- 14.7
  • Davis, Tobe -- 14.7
  • De Liagre, Alfred Gustav Etienne, Jr., 1904- -- 15.1
  • Delta Sigma Theta Sorority. XI Sigma Chapter, Philadelphia -- 15.1
  • Denny, Alma -- 15.1
  • Dern, Emil -- 15.1
  • Deutsch, Helen -- 15.1
  • Diamond, I. A. L., 1920- -- 15.1
  • Dicker, Dorothy -- 15.1
  • Dickson, Shurly -- 15.1
  • Doctors Credit Exchange -- 15.2
  • Dodge, Gregg -- 15.2
  • Donehue, Vincent Julian, 1915-1966 -- 15.2
  • Donmar Productions Limited -- 15.2
  • Doolittle, James A. -- 15.2
  • Douglas, Melvyn, 1901- -- 15.2
  • Downing, Robert, 1914-1975 -- 15.2
  • Dozier, William, 1908- -- 15.2
  • Drazek, Lillian -- 15.2
  • Dreyfus, Max -- 15.2
  • Drury, Michael -- 15.2
  • Dubonnet, Ruth -- 15.2
  • Dugan, John -- 15.2
  • Dulien, Lou -- 15.2
  • Eastern Trust Company -- 15.3
  • Eastman, Lee V. -- 15.3
  • Eckstein (Arthur), Inc. -- 15.3
  • Edmondson, Joan -- 15.3
  • Edwards, Anne -- 15.3
  • Efron (Kal) Enterprises -- 15.3
  • Egan, Helen -- 15.4
  • Elkins (Hilliard), Inc. -- 15.4
  • Ellison, Ada -- 15.4
  • Engel, Lehman, 1910- -- 15.4
  • Englund, Ken, 1914- -- 15.4
  • Entratter, Jack, 1913-1971 -- 15.4
  • Erickson, Gladys A. -- 15.4
  • Erlichman, Marty -- 15.4
  • Evans, Mark -- 15.4
  • Evans, Maurice, 1901- -- 15.4
  • Ewell, Tom, 1909- -- 15.4
  • Fain, Sammy, 1902- -- 15.5
  • Farmer, Glen -- 15.5
  • Farrell, Anthony Brady, 1899- -- 15.5
  • Feldman, Trude B. -- 15.5
  • Ferrer, José Vincente, 1912- -- 15.5
  • Feuer, Cy, 1911- -- 15.5
  • Fields, Dorothy, 1905-1974 -- 15.5
  • Fields, Freddie, 1923- -- 15.5
  • Fields, Joseph, 1895-1966 -- 15.5
  • Fight for Sight -- 15.5
  • Finch, Patricia -- 15.6
  • Fine, Sylvia, 1913- -- 15.6
  • Fink, Norman -- 15.6
  • Mme. Fischer Beauty Salons -- 15.6
  • Fitelson, H. William, 1905- -- 15.6
  • Fitzgerald, Edward Leo, Mrs. -- 15.6
  • Foch, Nina, 1924- -- 15.6
  • Foley, Charlotte -- 15.6
  • Folsom, Frank M., d. 1970 -- 15.6
  • Fonda, Henry, 1905- -- 15.6
  • Fonda, Jane, 1937- -- 15.6
  • Fontaine, Pat -- 15.6
  • Ford, Constance -- 15.6
  • Ford, Paul, 1901-1976 -- 15.6
  • Fosse, Bob, 1925- -- 15.6
  • Foster, Jackie -- 15.6
  • Foster's Agency, Ltd., London -- 15.6
  • Francis, Arlene, 1908- -- 15.7
  • Frank, Mary K., 1911- -- 15.7
  • Freed, Arthur, 1894-1973 -- 15.7
  • Freedman, Harold -- 15.7
  • Freedman, Jerry -- 15.7
  • Freedman, May -- 15.7
  • Freilich, Ellis Benjamin, 1891- -- 15.7
  • Friars Testimonial Dinner -- 15.7
  • Friedlander, Harold -- 15.7
  • Friedlob, Bert -- 15.7
  • Friedlob, Fred M. -- 15.7
  • Frings, Ketti, 1915- -- 15.7
  • Fryer, Robert, 1920- -- 15.7
  • Furman, Blanche -- 15.7
  • Furness, Betty, 1916- -- 15.7
  • Gabbe, Lutz, Heller & Loeb -- 15.8
  • Gabriel, Edith -- 15.8
  • Gahre, Thor -- 15.8
  • Garfield, Sidney -- 15.8
  • Garland, Judy, 1922-1969 -- 15.8
  • Garson, Hank -- 15.8
  • Garvey, Catherine J. -- 15.8
  • Gelsey, Erwin S., 1903- -- 15.8
  • George Gershwin Memorial Foundation -- 15.8
  • George M. Cohan Memorial Fund -- 15.8
  • Gerlach, Charles, Jr. -- 15.8
  • Ghostley, Alice, 1926- -- 15.8
  • Gielgud, John, Sir, 1904- -- 16.1
  • Gilbert, George -- 16.1
  • Gingold, Hermione, 1897- -- 16.1
  • Gish, Lillian, 1893- -- 16.1
  • Glaser, Joe -- 16.1
  • Glenville, Peter, 1913- -- 16.1
  • Goldenberg, Harry -- 16.1
  • Goldman, Robert, 1932- -- 16.1
  • Goldreyer, Michael -- 16.1
  • Goldstein, Bob -- 16.1
  • Goldwyn, Samuel, 1882-1974 -- 16.1
  • Goldwyn, Samuel, Jr., 1926- -- 16.1
  • Gordon, Mack, 1904-1959 -- 16.1
  • Gordon, Ruth, 1896- -- 16.1
  • Gorlinsky, Sander A. -- 16.1
  • Gorme, Edie, 1932- -- 16.1
  • Gottlieb, Alex, 1906- -- 16.1
  • Gould, Walter -- 16.1
  • Gray, Barry, 1916- -- 16.2
  • Gray, Dolores, 1924- -- 16.2
  • Green, Johnny, 1908- -- 16.2
  • Greenberg, Caral Gimbel -- 16.2
  • Greene, Herbert, 1921- -- 16.2
  • Greenstone, Lillian -- 16.2
  • Gregory, Blanche C. -- 16.2
  • Griffith, Robert E. -- 16.2
  • Grimes, Tammy, 1934- -- 16.2
  • Gross, Boone -- 16.2
  • Grouya, Theodore, 1910- -- 16.2
  • Guinzberg, Thomas -- 16.2
  • Gunther, John, 1901-1970 -- 16.2
  • Guthrie, Judith -- 16.2
  • Guyton, Ray, Jr. -- 16.2
  • Hafer, Jean -- 16.3
  • Hague, Albert Martin, 1920- -- 16.3
  • Hahlo (Sylvia) Theatrical Agency -- 16.3
  • Haigh, Kenneth, 1929- -- 16.3
  • Halevy, Julian -- 16.3
  • Halliday, Richard -- 16.3
  • Hamilburg, Mitchell J. -- 16.3
  • Hammerstein, Oscar, II, 1895-1960 -- 16.3
  • Hammerstein, William -- 16.3
  • Hampshire House -- 16.3
  • Haney, Carol, 1924-1964 -- 16.3
  • Hanley, Ellen -- 16.3
  • Harcourt, Brace & Company, Inc. -- 16.4
  • Harris, Julie, 1925- -- 16.4
  • Harris, Roger -- 16.4
  • Harrison, Rex, 1908- -- 16.4
  • Hart, Moss, 1904-1961 -- 16.4
  • Hartman, May -- 16.4
  • Hartman, Paul, 1904-1973 -- 16.4
  • Harvey, Laurence, 1927-1973 -- 16.4
  • Havoc, June, 1916- -- 16.4
  • Hayden, Jeffrey -- 16.4
  • Hayflick, Kate -- 16.4
  • Hayman, Clifford -- 16.4
  • Hayward, Leland -- 16.4
  • Healy, Mary -- 16.5
  • Hearst, Austine -- 16.5
  • Heath, Dody -- 16.5
  • Hebrew Day Care Nursery of New York -- 16.5
  • Hecht, Harold -- 16.5
  • Heintz, Jack -- 16.5
  • Helburn, Theresa -- 16.5
  • Hellman, Lillian, 1905- -- 16.5
  • Hepburn, Audrey, 1929- -- 16.5
  • Herget, Bob, 1924- -- 16.5
  • Herlie, Eileen, 1919- -- 16.5
  • Herscher, Sylvia, 1913- -- 16.5
  • Herschkowitz (Anne) Theatre Party Service -- 16.5
  • Hershey, Don -- 16.5
  • Hesse, Si -- 16.6
  • Hewitt, Alan, 1915- -- 16.6
  • Hiller, Wendy, 1912- -- 16.6
  • Hingle, Pat, 1923- -- 16.6
  • Hirsch (Pauline) Theatre Party Bureau -- 16.6
  • Hirshan, Leonard, 1927- -- 16.6
  • Holm, Celeste, 1919- -- 16.6
  • Holman, Russell -- 16.6
  • Holofcener, Lawrence, 1928- -- 16.6
  • Holter, Louise -- 16.6
  • Hope (Constance), Consultant -- 16.6
  • Horowitz, Shirley -- 16.6
  • Houghton Mifflin Company -- 16.6
  • Howard, Peter -- 16.6
  • Howes, Sally Ann, 1930- -- 16.6
  • Hoyt, Howard, 1913-1976 -- 16.6
  • Hulquist, Jeanne -- 16.6
  • Hurok, Solomon, 1883-1974 -- 16.6
  • Hyman, Eliot -- 16.6
  • Irvington House, Irvington, New York -- 16.7
  • Irwin, Lou -- 16.7
  • Islar, Albert H. -- 16.7
  • Jackson, Richard -- 16.7
  • Jacobi, Laezar Hirsch -- 16.7
  • Jacobs, Arthur -- 16.7
  • Jacobs, Morris, 1906- -- 16.7
  • Jaffe, Saul -- 16.7
  • Jaffe Agency, Inc. -- 16.7
  • Jaffe & Jaffe, Los Angeles -- 16.7
  • Javits, Jacob Koppell, 1904- -- 16.7
  • Jenkins, George -- 17.1
  • Jessel, George Albert, 1898- -- 17.1
  • Jewish Daily Forward -- 17.1
  • Jewish National Home for Asthmatic Children -- 17.1
  • Johnson, Marlys -- 17.1
  • Jones, Dean, 1933- -- 17.1
  • Joseph, Robert L., 1924- -- 17.1
  • Kanin, Garson, 1912- -- 17.2
  • Kapelner, Alan -- 17.2
  • Kaplan, Ida -- 17.2
  • Kapp, David, 1904- -- 17.2
  • Kasha, Lawrence, 1933- -- 17.2
  • Katleman, Beldon -- 17.2
  • Katz, Oscar -- 17.2
  • Kean, Jane, 1928- -- 17.2
  • Kellogg, Philip M., 1912- -- 17.2
  • Kelly, Nancy, 1921- -- 17.2
  • Kerr, Walter, 1913- -- 17.2
  • Kidd, Michael, 1921 -- 17.3
  • Kintner, Jean -- 17.3
  • Kintner, Robert E. -- 17.3
  • Kirschenbaum, Walter L. -- 17.3
  • Klausner (Bertha) International Literary Agency -- 17.3
  • Klein, David -- 17.3
  • Kleinberg, J. J. -- 17.3
  • Kohlmar, Fred -- 17.3
  • Kosarin, Oscar, 1918- -- 17.3
  • Krakower, Arnold R. -- 17.3
  • Krasna, Norman, 1909- -- 17.3
  • Krawitz, Seymour, 1923- -- 17.3
  • Kresa, Helmy, 1904- -- 17.3
  • Kroll (Lucy) Agency -- 17.3
  • Kupcinet, Irv, 1912- -- 17.3
  • Kutner, Luis -- 17.3
  • Kutner, Nanette -- 17.3
  • Kyle, Ray -- 17.3
  • Lacey, _____ -- 17.4
  • Lafferty, Perry Francis -- 17.4
  • Lahr, Bert, 1895-1968 -- 17.4
  • Langner, Lawrence, 1890-1962 -- 17.4
  • Langner, Philip -- 17.4
  • Lanier, Sidney -- 17.4
  • Lansbury, Angela Brigid, 1925- -- 17.4
  • La Plante, Joe -- 17.4
  • Larkin, Peter, 1926- -- 17.4
  • Lastfogel, Abe, 1898- -- 17.4
  • Laurents, Arthur, 1920- -- 17.4
  • Lawrence, Peter -- 17.4
  • Lawrence & Lee, Inc. -- 17.4
  • Layton, Joe, 1931- -- 17.4
  • Lazar, Irving Paul, 1907- -- 17.4
  • Leblang's Theatre Tickets, Inc. -- 17.5
  • LeBrun, George Petit -- 17.5
  • Lee, Gypsy Rose, 1914-1970 -- 17.5
  • Leff, Perry B. -- 17.5
  • Lehrfeld, Haskell -- 17.5
  • Leigh, Carolyn, 1926- -- 17.5
  • Leonard, Julie, 1923- -- 17.5
  • Leonard, Martin H. -- 17.5
  • Lerner, Alan J., 1918- -- 17.5
  • Lerner, Jan Clayton -- 17.5
  • Leroy, Mervyn, 1900- -- 17.5
  • Lester, Edwin, 1895- -- 17.5
  • Letchworth, Eileen -- 17.5
  • Leve, Samuel -- 17.6
  • Levey, Harry -- 17.6
  • Levin, Herman, 1907- -- 17.6
  • Lewine, Richard, 1910- -- 17.6
  • Lewis, Elliott, 1948- -- 17.6
  • Lewis, Jerry, 1926- -- 17.6
  • Lewis, Robert, 1909- -- 17.6
  • Lewis, Ted, 1889-1971 -- 17.6
  • Lieberson, Goddard, 1911- -- 17.7
  • Lindsay, Howard, 1889-1968 -- 17.7
  • Link, Irving, V. -- 17.7
  • Littler, Prince, 1901-1973 -- 17.7
  • Loesser, Arthur, 1894- -- 17.7
  • Loesser, Frank, 1910-1969 -- 17.7
  • Loew, Arthur M., Jr. -- 17.7
  • Loew, Debbie -- 17.7
  • Loewe, Frederick, 1901- -- 17.7
  • Logan, Joshua, 1908- -- 17.7
  • Long, Jesse -- 18.1
  • Loos, Anita, 1894-1971 -- 18.1; see also 56.5
  • Lotito, Louis A., 1900- -- 18.1
  • Loudon, Dorothy, 1933- -- 18.1
  • Love, Ed -- 18.2
  • Lovett, Robert Abercrombie -- 18.2
  • Lowe, Ralph -- 18.2
  • Lowenstein, Larry, 1919- -- 18.2
  • Lucas, Jonathan, 1922- -- 18.2
  • Luft, Michael Sidney -- 18.2
  • Lumet, Sidney, 1924- -- 18.2
  • Lurie, Louis R. -- 18.2
  • McCann-Erickson, Inc. -- 18.3
  • McDowall, Roddy, 1928- -- 18.3
  • McGavin, Darren, 1922- -- 18.3
  • McGuire, Biff, 1927- -- 18.3
  • McHugh, James Frances, 1894-1969 -- 18.3
  • MacKenna, Kenneth, 1899-1962 -- 18.4
  • Man, Frank -- 18.4
  • Mankiewicz, Joseph L. 1909- -- 18.4
  • Manning, Irene, 1917- -- 18.4
  • Manning, Jack, 1916- -- 18.4
  • Mansfield, Irving -- 18.4
  • Mansfield, Jayne, 1932-1967 -- 18.4
  • March, Liska -- 18.4
  • Marck, George R. -- 18.4
  • Mark, Bill -- 18.4
  • Marks (Edward B.) Music Corporation -- 18.4
  • Marley, Lillian -- 18.4
  • Marre, Albert, 1935- -- 18.4
  • Marshall, Armina -- 18.4
  • Martin, Hugh, 1914- -- 18.4
  • Martin, Mary, 1913- -- 18.4
  • Martin, Nan -- 18.4
  • Masque Sound and Recording Corporation -- 18.5
  • Masterson, Harris, 1914- -- 18.5
  • Matlovsky, Sandy -- 18.5
  • Matson (Harold) Company -- 18.5
  • Mattox, Matt, 1921- -- 18.5
  • Mauren, John F. -- 18.5
  • Mayes, Herbert R. -- 18.5
  • Mayo, Daphne -- 18.5
  • MCA -- 19.3
  • Mercer, Johnny, 1909-1976 -- 18.5
  • Meredith (Scott) Literary Agency, Inc. -- 18.5
  • Merman, Ethel, 1909- -- 18.5
  • Merrick, David, 1911- -- 18.5
  • Merrill, Robert, 1919- -- 18.5
  • Meth, Max, M. -- 18.5
  • Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Inc. -- 18.5
  • Meyer, Abe -- 18.5
  • Meyer, Josh -- 18.5
  • Meyer, Sol, 1913-1964 -- 18.5
  • Meyer, Ted -- 18.5
  • Meyers, Fred -- 18.5
  • Mielziner, Jo, 1901-1976 -- 18.6
  • Military Order of the Purple Heart -- 18.6
  • Miller, Gilbert Heron, 1884-1969 -- 18.6
  • Miller, Mitch, 1911- -- 18.6
  • Miller, Ned, 1899- -- 18.6
  • Mills, Gladys -- 18.6
  • Milstone, Amy -- 18.6
  • Mishkin, Meyer -- 18.6
  • Miss United States Pageant -- 18.6
  • Mitchell, Jan, 1916- -- 18.6
  • Mitosky, Morton J. -- 18.6
  • Montalban, Ricardo, 1920- -- 18.6
  • Montand, Yves, 1921- -- 18.6
  • Moore, Donald Lee, 1910- -- 18.6
  • Morehouse, Ward, 1898-1966 -- 18.7
  • Morley, Fay -- 18.7
  • Moross, Irving -- 18.7
  • Morris, Buddy -- 18.7
  • Morris, Carolyn -- 18.7
  • Morris, Chester, 1901-1970 -- 18.7
  • Morris (Edwin H.) & Company, Inc. -- 18.7
  • Morris, Jack -- 18.7
  • Morris, R. W. -- 18.7
  • Morris (William) Agency -- 19.1
  • Moselle, Lee -- 19.2
  • Morrison, Charlie -- 18.7
  • Morton, David, 1886-1957 -- 18.7
  • Mozart Anniversary Festival -- 18.7
  • Murphy, J. Allen -- 18.7
  • Musgrove, Stanley -- 18.7
  • National Association for Practical Nurse Education -- 19.4
  • National Broadcasting Company, Inc. -- 19.4
  • National City Bank of New York -- 19.4
  • National Jewish Hospital, Denver -- 19.4
  • Neag, Martha -- 19.4
  • Nesbitt, Cathleen, 1889- -- 19.4
  • New Dramatists Society -- 19.4
  • New York City. Dept. of Finance -- 19.4
  • New York Heart Association -- 19.4
  • Newborn, Abe, 1920- -- 19.4
  • Newhouse, Sue -- 19.4
  • Newman, Phyllis, 1935- -- 19.4
  • Noga Enterprises -- 19.4
  • Norris, Arthur -- 19.4
  • North (Meyer B.), Artists' Representative -- 19.4
  • Northwest Home for the Aged -- 19.4
  • O'Connell, Arthur, 1908- -- 19.5
  • O'Neill, Michael J. -- 19.5
  • Odets, Clifford, 1906-1963 -- 19.5
  • Oenslager, Donald Mitchell, 1902-1975 -- 19.5
  • Olivier, Laurence Kerr, Baron, 1907- -- 19.5
  • Osborne, John, 1929- -- 19.5
  • Osterman, Lester, 1914- -- 19.5
  • Osterman, Marjorie -- 19.5
  • Pace, Frank, Jr. -- 19.6
  • Padgett, Bob, -- 19.6
  • Padula, Edward, 1916- -- 19.6
  • Page, Geraldine, 1924- -- 19.6
  • Palmer, Phil -- 19.6
  • Panama, Norman, 1914- -- 19.6
  • Panetta, George, 1915-1969 -- 19.6
  • Paramount Pictures, Inc. -- 19.6
  • Pardoll, David, 1908- -- 19.6
  • Park, Arthur -- 19.6
  • Parker (Al), Ltd. -- 19.6
  • Payer, John J. -- 19.6
  • Peck, Charles K., Jr. -- 19.6
  • Peck, Gregory, 1916- -- 19.6
  • Penn, Arthur, 1922- -- 19.6
  • Perlman, Harold L. -- 19.6
  • Perlowin, Ginny -- 19.6
  • Phillips, Ben -- 19.7
  • Phillips, Lucile A. -- 19.7
  • Pidgeon, Walter, 1897- -- 19.7
  • Pincus, Mathilde -- 19.7
  • Pitts, A. L., Mrs. -- 19.7
  • Playgoers' Parties -- 19.7
  • Ploner, Louise -- 19.7
  • Podell, Sammy -- 19.7
  • Polan, Barron, 1914- -- 19.7
  • Porter, Cole, 1893-1964 -- 19.7
  • Powell, Jane, 1928- -- 19.7
  • Power, Tyrone, 1914-1958 -- 19.7
  • Prince, Harold S., 1928- -- 19.7
  • Props by Arden, Inc. -- 19.7
  • Pryor, Saul P. -- 19.7
  • Quine, Richard -- 20.1
  • Raakat, Harold -- 20.1
  • Ramin, Sid, 1924- -- 20.1
  • Ramrod Productions, Inc. -- 20.1
  • Raphael, Gerrianne -- 20.1
  • Rattigan, Terence Merryn, 1911-1977 -- 20.1
  • Rawlings, Louis R. -- 20.1
  • Rayfiel, Howard H. -- 20.1
  • Redford, Robert, 1936- -- 20.1
  • Regentotal, Becker -- 20.1
  • Reid, Elliott, 1920- -- 20.1
  • Reiner, Ethel Linder, d. 1971 -- 20.1
  • Reinheimer & Cohen -- 20.1
  • Reiskind, Edwin M. -- 20.1
  • Reynolds, Fred -- 20.1
  • Reynolds, Lee -- 20.1
  • Richardson, Tony, 1928- -- 20.2
  • Riley, Jack B. -- 20.2
  • Risheberger, J. Herbert -- 20.2
  • Rittenberg, Saul N. -- 20.2
  • Riva Valerio -- 20.2
  • Robbins, Buddy -- 20.2
  • Robbins, Jerome, 1918- -- 20.2
  • Robbins Music Corporation -- 20.2
  • Robin, Leo, 1900- -- 20.2
  • Robinette, George Edward -- 20.2
  • Robinson, Hubbell, Jr. -- 20.2
  • Robinson, Vivienne -- 20.2
  • Rodgers, Dorothy Feiner, 1909- -- 20.2
  • Rodgers, Mary -- 20.2
  • Rodgers, Richard, 1902-1980 -- 20.2
  • Rodin, Gil -- 20.2
  • Rogers & Cowan, Inc. -- 20.4
  • Rome, Harold Jacob, 1908- -- 20.3
  • Rooney, Mickey, 1922- -- 20.3
  • Rose, Reginald, 1921- -- 20.3
  • Rosenberg, Anna M. -- 20.3
  • Rosenman, Mervin -- 20.3
  • Rosenstock, Milton, 1917- -- 20.3
  • Rosenthal, Jean, 1912-1969 -- 20.3
  • Rothschild, André -- 20.3
  • Rottenburger, Joseph -- 20.3
  • Ruskin Research Foundation -- 20.3
  • Russell, Rosalind, 1908-1976 -- 20.3
  • Sacks, Emanuel -- 20.5
  • Saddler, Donald Edward, 1920- -- 20.5
  • Sanicola, Henry W., 1915- -- 20.5
  • Sarnoff, Felicia -- 20.5
  • Sarnoff, Robert W. -- 20.5
  • Satenstein, Frank, 1924- -- 20.5
  • Sauter, James -- 20.5
  • Savan, Bruce, 1927- -- 20.5
  • Scali-Balletta, Inc. -- 20.6
  • Scharf, Walter -- 20.6
  • Schary, Dore, 1905- -- 20.6
  • Schell, Maximilian, 1930- -- 20.6
  • Schlissel, Jack, 1922- -- 20.6
  • Schmidt (Arthur) & Associates, Inc. -- 20.6
  • Schneider, Abe -- 20.6
  • Schulke, James A. -- 20.6
  • Schwalberg, A. W. -- 20.6
  • Schwartz, Bernard -- 20.6
  • Schwartz, Ernest K. -- 20.6
  • Schwartz, Samuel H. -- 20.6
  • Scialtiel, Marguerite -- 20.6
  • Scott, Francis M. -- 20.6
  • Scott, Sandú -- 20.6
  • Seaman's Church Institute of New York -- 20.7
  • Seascape House, Provinceton, Mass. -- 20.7
  • Sebring, Al G. -- 20.7
  • Secondari, John H., 1919-1975 -- 20.7
  • Seff, Richard, 1927- -- 20.7
  • Seidman, J. S., 1906- -- 20.7
  • Sether, J. Wendell -- 20.7
  • Shapiro, Joseph -- 20.7
  • Shapiro, Bernstein & Co. -- 20.7
  • Sharaff, Irene, 1910?- -- 20.7
  • Shaver, Bob -- 20.7
  • Shelburne, Atlantic City, N. J. -- 20.7
  • Sheldon, Sidney, 1917- -- 20.7
  • Shor, Toots -- 20.7
  • Shubert, John, 1908-1962 -- 20.7
  • Shurr, Lester -- 20.7
  • Siegel, Sol C., 1903- -- 21.1
  • Sieransky, Andrei -- 21.1
  • Sillman, Leonard Richard, 1913- -- 21.1
  • Silvers, Evelyn -- 21.1
  • Silvers, Phil, 1911- -- 21.1
  • Simmons, Stanley, 1915- -- 21.1
  • Simon, Nat, 1900- -- 21.1
  • Sinatra, Frank, 1917- -- 21.1
  • Sinatra, Nancy Barbato -- 21.1
  • Sinclair, Mary -- 21.1
  • Six, Robert F. -- 21.1
  • Skinner, Cornelia Otis, 1901-1979 -- 21.1
  • Skouras, Julia G. -- 21.1
  • Skouras, Odyssia A. -- 21.1
  • Skouras, Spryos P. -- 21.1
  • Slater, Gordon -- 21.1
  • Smith, Oliver, 1918- -- 21.2
  • Société, Madelon Ltd. -- 21.2
  • Solomon, Alan -- 21.2
  • Solomon, Shirley -- 21.2
  • Sondheim, Stephen, 1930- -- 21.2
  • Songwriters of America -- 21.2
  • Songwiters' Protective Association, New York -- 21.2
  • Sosenko, Anna, 1910- -- 21.2
  • Southern Music Publishing Company, Inc. -- 21.2
  • Spewack, Bella Cohen, 1899- -- 21.2
  • Spielman, Fritz Frederic, 1906- -- 21.2
  • Spier, Larry, 1901-1956 -- 21.2
  • Spigelgass, Leonard -- 21.2
  • Spingold, Frances -- 21.2
  • Stark, Edna -- 21.3
  • Stark, Ray, 1915- -- 21.3
  • Starr, Herman -- 21.3
  • Steadman, Lloyd -- 21.3
  • Stebbins, Arthur W. -- 21.3
  • Steele, Alfred N., d. 1959 -- 21.3
  • Stein, Abram -- 21.3
  • Stein, Isador -- 21.3
  • Stein, Joseph, 1912- -- 21.3
  • Steve Allen Show -- 21.3
  • Stevens, Roger L., 1910- -- 21.3
  • Stoloff, Elsa -- 21.3
  • Stoloff, Morris, 1898- -- 21.3
  • Stone, Ezra Chaim, 1917- -- 21.3
  • Store Management Group -- 21.3
  • Strasberg, Lee, 1901- -- 21.4
  • Strasberg, Susan, 1938- -- 21.4
  • Strauss, Helen -- 21.4
  • Strelsin, Alfred A., 1898- -- 21.4
  • Stricker, Sid -- 21.4
  • Strickland, Paul -- 21.4
  • Stritch, Elaine, 1925- -- 21.4
  • Sturgis, David -- 21.4
  • Styne, Stanley -- 21.4
  • Subber, Saint -- 21.4
  • Success Company -- 21.4
  • Swope, Herbert Bayard, 1882-1958 -- 21.4
  • Tahse, Martin, 1930- -- 21.5
  • Tams-Witmark Music Library, Inc., New York -- 21.5
  • Taps, Jonie -- 21.5
  • Taylor, Elizabeth, 1932- -- 21.5
  • Tebet, David W. -- 21.5
  • Teichmann, Howard, 1916- -- 21.5
  • Ter-Artunian, Rouben, 1920- -- 21.5
  • Terris, Murry -- 21.5
  • Theatre Arts Guild -- 21.5
  • Theatrical Subsidiaries, Inc. -- 21.5
  • Thurber, James, 1894-1961 -- 21.5
  • Tobé -- 21.6
  • Tobin (Lenore) Theatre Party Bureau -- 21.6
  • Todd, Ann, 1909- -- 21.6
  • Todd, Michael, Jr. -- 21.6
  • Toor, Harold Oliver -- 21.6
  • Traubner (Edward) & Co., Inc. -- 21.6
  • Treacher, Arthur, 1898-1975 -- 21.6
  • Treffeisen, Arthur R. -- 21.6
  • Trilling, Steve -- 21.6
  • Tromp, K. J. -- 21.6
  • Trotter, John Scott, 1908-1975 -- 21.6
  • Tucker, Sophie, 1894-1966 -- 21.6
  • Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corporation -- 21.6
  • Ullman, Elaine -- 22.1
  • Underwriters Trust Company -- 22.1
  • U. S. Army -- 22.1
  • U. S. Dept. of Defense -- 22.1
  • Ure, Mary, 1933- -- 22.1
  • Valando, Thomas -- 22.1
  • Van Cleave, R. Harold -- 22.1
  • Van de Carr & Co. -- 22.1
  • Vanden Heuvel, Jean -- 22.1
  • Vanderbilt, Gloria, 1924- -- 22.1
  • Verdon, Gwen, 1925- -- 22.1
  • Vexler, Gertrude -- 22.1
  • Vidor, Doris -- 22.1
  • Vincent, Romo -- 22.1
  • Volkman, Sydney -- 22.1
  • Wagg, Kenneth -- 22.2
  • Wald, Jerry, 1912-1926 -- 22.2
  • Walker, Frank B. -- 22.2
  • Warner, Jack L., 1892- -- 22.2
  • Warren, Robert -- 22.2
  • Wayne, Paula, 1937- -- 22.2
  • Weaver, Richard -- 22.2
  • Weber, Ray -- 22.2
  • Weidman, Jerome, 1913- -- 22.2
  • Weissberger, L. Arnold, 1907- -- 22.2
  • Welch, Kenneth, 1926- -- 22.2
  • Wendel, Elmarie -- 22.2
  • Werblin, David A. -- 22.2
  • West, John K. -- 22.2
  • Westinghouse Broadcasting Company, Inc. -- 22.2
  • Weston, Mac -- 22.2
  • Wettach, Michael -- 22.2
  • White, Harry S. -- 22.2
  • Whiting, Eleanore -- 22.2
  • Whiting, Judson -- 22.2
  • Whitney, Douglas -- 22.2
  • Wickham, Ann -- 22.3
  • Wilder, Thornton, 1897-1975 -- 22.3
  • Wiley, Jackson -- 22.3
  • Wilk, Ted, 1908- -- 22.3
  • Wilkens, Ernest Hugo -- 22.3 (Sammy Davis, Jr. wedding reception invitation)
  • Wilson, Earl, 1907- -- 22.3
  • Wilson, Minnie -- 22.3
  • Winchell, Walter, 1897-1972 -- 22.3
  • Winkler, Dan -- 22.3
  • Wittmer, Toodie -- 22.3
  • Wood, Peggy, 1892-1978 -- 22.3
  • Writers Guild of America, West -- 22.3
  • Wynter, Dana, 1930- -- 22.3
  • Yorke, Robert L. -- 22.4
  • Young, Mahala -- 22.4
  • Young, Robert, tax consultant -- 22.5-6
  • Youngstein, Max E., 1913- -- 22.4
  • Zanuck, Darryl F., 1902-1979 -- 22.4
  • Zeckendorf Hotels Corporation -- 22.4
  • Zevin, Harry -- 22.4
  • Zwick, Virgil J. -- 22.4
  • Zwissig, W. -- 22.4

Index of Miscellaneous

  • Unidentified author. Unidentified play -- 23.1
  • Unidentified author. Unidentified play, Act II -- 23.1
  • Unidentified author. Critical notes on Mr. Wonderful -- 23.2
  • Unidentified author. Jayne Mansfield publicity blurb -- 23.2
  • Unidentified author. Killer's wedge, suggestions -- 23.2
  • Unidentified author. Minnie, proposed treatment -- 23.2
  • Unidentified author. Poker Alice, summary -- 23.2
  • Unidentified author. Reader's report on The big people -- 23.2
  • Unidentified author. Review of Will success spoil Rock Hunter? -- 23.2
  • Unidentified author. Two on the aisle, synopsis -- 23.2
  • Unidentified author J. Q. Publique. Telegram to The Proud Company -- 23.2
  • Aaron, Howard. Letter to The Proud Company -- 23.3
  • Actors Club. Letter to Mr. Wonderful Company -- 23.3
  • Actors' Equity Association. Proposals for changes in the standard Equity contract -- 23.4
  • Actors' Equity Association. Letter to Davis, Sammy, Sr. -- 23.4
  • Actors' Equity Association. Letters to Mr. Wonderful Company -- 23.6
  • Actors' Equity Association. Letters and invoices to The Darling Company -- 23.5
  • Actors' Equity Association. Letters and invoices to The Proud Company -- 23.7
  • Actors' Equity Association. Letters and invoices to The Success Company -- 23.8
  • Actors' Equity Association. Letter to Wharton, Patti -- 23.4
  • Actors' Fund of America. Letter to Axelrod, George -- 23.3
  • Actors' Fund of America. Letter to cast of Will success spoil Rock Hunter? -- 23.3
  • Actors' Fund of America. Letter to The Darling Company -- 23.3
  • Actors' Fund of America. Letters to The Success Company -- 23.3
  • After Six Formals. Letter to Colt, Alvin -- 23.3
  • Alber (David O.) Associates, Inc. Letter to The Success Company -- 23.3
  • Alberti, Jules. Letter to Celebrities Committee for Nixon-Lodge -- 23.3
  • Allied Studios, Inc. Bills for Mr. Wonderful Company -- 23.3
  • Allison, Wana. Letter to The Darling Company -- 23.3
  • Alpha Typewriter & Adding Machine Corp. Letters to The Success Company -- 23.3
  • Alvin Theatre. Letter to The Proud Company -- 23.3
  • American Academy of Dramatic Arts, New York. Letter to The Darling Company -- 23.9
  • American Casualty Company. Letter to The Darling Company -- 23.9
  • American Federation of Musicians, Local 802. Bills for Mr. Wonderful Company -- 23.9
  • American Field Service. Letter to The Darling Company -- 23.9
  • American Legion. Letter to The Success Company -- 23.9
  • American Music, Inc. Letter to Mr. Wonderful Company -- 23.9
  • American National Theatre and Academy. Bill for The Darling Company -- 24.1?
  • American Society of Composers, Authors, and Publishers. Letter to Triad Music Publishing Co., Inc. -- 23.9
  • American Studio Associates, Inc. Letter to The Darling Company -- 23.9
  • Amster, Ruth. Letter to The Proud Company -- 23.9
  • Anderson (J. H.) Monument Co. Letter to Bregman, Robert, Mrs. -- 24.1
  • Anderson (J. H.) Monument Co. Letter to Dicker, Dorothy -- 24.1
  • Androcius, Johnny. Letter to Mr. Wonderful Company -- 24.1
  • Anrow Amusement Corporation. Letter to The Darling Company -- 24.1
  • ANTA Theatre. Bill for the Darling Company -- 24.1
  • Arcole, Jacqueline d'. Asmodée, play summary -- 24.1
  • Arnold (Lillian) Talent Consultant. 2 letters to The Darling Company -- 24.1
  • Artcraft Printing Company, Inc. Bills for Mr. Wonderful Company -- 24.1
  • Artcraft Printing Company, Inc. Bills for The Darling Company -- 24.1
  • Artcraft Printing Company, Inc. Bills for The Proud Company -- 24.1
  • Artcraft Printing Company, Inc. Letter to The Success Company -- 24.1
  • Arthritis Foundation. Letter to Herscher, Sylvia -- 24.1
  • Ashenfelter, William C. Bill to The Proud Company -- 24.2
  • Ashforth, H. Adams. Letter to The Proud Company -- 24.2
  • Ashley-Steiner, Inc. Letters to The Proud Company -- 24.2
  • Aslan, Benjamin. Letter to Comden, Betty and Adolph Green -- 24.2
  • Aslan, Benjamin. Letter to Moselle, Lee -- 24.2
  • Associated Musicians of Greater New York. Letter to The Success Company -- 24.2
  • Association of Theatrical Press Agents and Managers. Letter and bills to Mr. Wonderful Company -- 24.2
  • Association of Theatrical Press Agents and Managers. Letters to The Darling Company -- 24.2
  • Association of Theatrical Press Agents and Managers. Letter to The Proud Company -- 24.2
  • Association of Theatrical Press Agents and Managers. Statements and receipts for The Success Company -- 24.2
  • Atkin, Charles, 1910- . Letter to The Proud Company -- 24.2
  • Avril, Arlene. Receipt for The Proud Company -- 24.2
  • Axel, Ruth W. Letter to Mr. Wonderful Company -- 24.2
  • Axelrod, George, 1922- . Tinsel town -- 24.3
  • Axelrod, George, 1922- . Will success spoil Rock Hunter? -- 24.4-7
  • Axelrod, George, 1922- . Letter to Church, Sandra -- 25.1
  • Axelrod, George, 1922- . Letter to Lewis, Marlo -- 25.1
  • Axelrod, George, 1922- . Bill to Vidal, Gore -- 25.1
  • Axelrod, Joan. Letter to The Success Company -- 25.1
  • Baker, A. L. Letter to The Proud Company -- 25.2
  • Baker, Herbert. Everybody's girl, synopsis -- 25.3
  • Baker, Herbert, adapter. Panama Hattie, television adaptation -- 25.4
  • Baker, Molly. Postcard to Marshall, Pat -- 25.2
  • The Barclay, Philadelphia. Bill for Styne, Jule -- 25.2
  • Barclay Square Furniture Co., Inc. Agreement with The Success Company -- 25.2
  • Barkow, Arthur. Letter to The Success Company -- 25.2
  • Barrington, John. Review of Mr. Wonderful -- 25.2
  • Barron, Mark, d. 1960. Review of First impresssions -- 25.2
  • Baum-Newborn Agency, Inc. Letter to Mr. Wonderful Company -- 25.2
  • Baum-Newborn Agency, Inc. Letters to The Darling Company -- 25.2
  • Baum-Newborn Agency, Inc. Letter to The Success Company -- 25.2
  • Bautzer, Gregson. Letter to The Success Company -- 25.2
  • Becker, Mortimer, 1920- . Letter to The Darling Company -- 25.5
  • Bellvue Stratford, Philadelphia. Bills for The Darling Company -- 25.5
  • Bellvue Stratford, Philadelphia. Letter to Goldreyer, Michael -- 25.5
  • Bellvue Stratford, Philadelphia. Letter to Mr. Wonderful Company -- 25.5
  • Beloin, Edmund, 1910- and Henry Garson. The chameleon complex, scripts -- 25.6
  • Bennermon, Jesse, Jr. Letter to Davis, Sammy, Jr. -- 25.5
  • Berg, Gertrude, 1899-1966 and Leonard Spiegelglass. Libby, script -- 25.7
  • Bergman, Marilyn Keith, 1929- and Alan Bergman. Something more!, lyrics -- 25.8
  • Bergman, Marilyn Keith, 1929- and Alan Bergman. Letter to Osterman, Lester and Jule Styne -- 25.5
  • Bernie, Dick, d. 1971. Letter to Mr. Wonderful Company -- 25.5
  • Bernner (Oscar F.), wig maker. Letter to Mr. Wonderful Company -- 25.5
  • Beruh, Joseph, 1924- . Letter to Drama Editor, New York Herald Tribune -- 25.5
  • Bestry (Harry) Management. Letter to The Darling Company -- 25.5
  • Beverly Hills Hotel. Letters to The Success Company -- 25.5
  • Biggers, John David. Letter to The Proud Company -- 26.1
  • Bissell, Marian. Postcard to The Darling Company -- 26.1
  • Bissell, Richard Pike, 1913-1977. Say, darling, revisions, script, synopses -- 26.2-3
  • Bissell, Richard Pike, 1913-1977. Postcard to Dicker, Dorothy -- 26.2
  • Bissell, Richard Pike, 1913-1977. Postcard to The Darling Company -- 26.2
  • Blaine-Thompson Company, Inc. Letter to Mr. Wonderful Company -- 26.1
  • Bock, Jerry, 1928- . Mr. Wonderful -- 92.1-3
  • Booking Exchange of America, Inc. Letter to Mr. Wonderful Company -- 26.4
  • Bourne, Inc. Letter to The Success Company -- 26.4
  • Bowden, Ramona B. Letter to Goldreyer, Michael -- 26.4
  • Boyar (R. A.) Insurance. Credit memos for The Darling Company -- 26.4
  • Boyar (R. A.) Insurance. Letter to The Darling Company -- 26.4
  • Boyar (R. A.) Insurance. Letters and bills for The Proud Company -- 26.4
  • Boyar and Oring, Inc. Letters to Mr. Wonderful Company -- 26.4
  • Boyar and Oring, Inc. Letter to The Success Company -- 26.4
  • Broadcast Music, Inc. Letter to Mr. Wonderful Company -- 26.5
  • Brode (Leo), Incorporated, Signs. Bills for The Darling Company -- 26.5
  • Brode (Leo), Incorporated, Signs. Bills for The Proud Company -- 26.5
  • Brooke, Peter R., 1921- . The bold approach, script -- 26.6
  • Brooks Costume Company. Letters to Mr. Wonderful Company -- 26.5
  • Brooks Costume Company. Letters to The Proud Company -- 26.5
  • Brooks Costume Company. Bills for The Success Company -- 26.5
  • Brown, Daniel S. Letter to The Darling Company -- 26.5
  • Brown, Thomas P., 1905- . Letter to Mr. Wonderful Company -- 26.5
  • Bruenn, Laurie P. Letter to Mr. Wonderful Company -- 26.5
  • Brylawski, E. Fulton. Letters to Columbia Pictures Corporation -- 26.5
  • Buchman, Sidney, 1902- . Theodora goes wild, screenplay -- 26.7
  • Buckles, Ann. Letter to Mr. Wonderful Company -- 26.5
  • Burkhardt, Bob. Letter to Mr. Wonderful Company -- 26.5
  • Burrows, Abe, 1910- . First impressions / Pride and prejudice, scripts -- 27.1-4
  • Business Letter Service, Inc. Bill for The Success Company -- 26.5
  • Cahn, Sammy, 1913- . Letters to Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corporation -- 27.5
  • Calvert, Corinne, 1926- . Telegram to The Success Company -- 27.5
  • Cannon, Jackie. Agreement with The Proud Company -- 27.5
  • Capezio, Inc. Letter to Mr. Wonderful Company -- 27.5
  • Capezio, Inc. Bills for The Darling Company -- 27.5
  • Capezio, Inc. Bills for The Proud Company -- 27.5
  • Carey, Blanche. Letter to Styne (Jule) Organization -- 27.5
  • Carnegie Hall, New York. Letter to The Success Company -- 27.5
  • Carroll Musical Instrument Service. Bills for The Proud Company -- 27.5
  • Carter, Bill. Letter to The Proud Company -- 27.5
  • Carter, Jack. Letter to Mr. Wonderful Company -- 27.5
  • Cascio, Dominick. Letter to Drama Editor, New York Herald Tribune -- 27.5
  • Cast of Will success spoil Rock Hunter? Telegram to Gillespie, Joe and others -- 27.6
  • Cast of Will success spoil Rock Hunter? Telegram to Osterman, Lester, Jr. -- 27.6
  • Cast of Will success spoil Rock Hunter? Telegram to Watt, Douglas and others -- 27.6
  • Catholic Activities Group. Letters to Mr. Wonderful Company -- 27.6
  • Cavanaugh, James, 1892- . Letter to The Proud Company -- 27.6
  • Cazayoux, F. E. Letter to Spanton, Anthony P. -- 27.6
  • Central Plaza Rehearsal Hall. Letter to The Darling Company -- 27.6
  • Central Theatres Leasing and Construction Company. Agreement with The Darling Company -- 27.6
  • Central Theatres Leasing and Construction Company. Bills for The Proud Company -- 27.6
  • Century Lighting, Inc. Invoices for The Darling Company -- 28.1
  • Century Lighting, Inc. Letters to Mr. Wonderful Company -- 28.1
  • Century Lighting, Inc. Bills for The Proud Company -- 28.2
  • Century Lighting, Inc. Letters to The Proud Company -- 28.2
  • Century Lighting, Inc. Letters and bills to The Success Company -- 28.2
  • Chain, Barbara. And then tomorrow, television script -- 28.4
  • Chain, Barbara. Indian summer, television script -- 28.5
  • Chandler, Pat, 1922- . Letter to Goldreyer, Michael -- 28.3
  • Chandler, Pat, 1922- . Letters to The Success Company -- 28.3
  • Chapman, Vernon. Letter to The Success Company -- 28.3
  • Chappell & Co., Ltd., publishers. Letter to Herscher, Sylvia -- 28.3
  • Chappell & Co., Inc. Letter to Mr. Wonderful Company -- 28.3
  • Charles of the Ritz. Letter to The Success Company -- 28.3
  • Chase, Stanley, 1928- . Letter to The Proud Company -- 28.3
  • Chase Manhattan Bank, New York. Letter to Herscher, Sylvia. -- 28.3
  • Chelsea Warehouses. Bills to The Darling Company -- 28.6
  • Chelsea Warehouses. Letter to The Proud Company -- 28.6
  • Chemical Corn Exchange Bank, New York. Bank statements for Mr. Wonderful -- 28.6
  • Chemical Corn Exchange Bank, New York. Letters to The Darling Company -- 28.6
  • Chemical Corn Exchange Bank, New York. Letter to Mr. Wonderful Comapny -- 28.6
  • Chemical Corn Exchange Bank, New York. Letter to The Success Company -- 28.7
  • Church, Sandra Lee. Letter to Dicker, Dorothy -- 28.6
  • City Center of Music and Drama, New York. Letter to The Darling Company -- 28.6
  • Claridge Theatre Party Service. Letter to The Darling Company -- 28.8
  • Claridge Theatre Party Service. Letters to The Proud Company -- 28.8
  • Clark, Nate. Letter to Dubonnet, Ruth -- 28.8
  • Clark, Peggy, 1915- . Bill to Mr. Wonderful Company -- 28.8
  • Clark, Peggy, 1915- . Bill to The Darling Company -- 28.8
  • Clarke, Buddy. Letter to Dicker, Dorothy -- 28.8
  • Cohen, Jacob. Letter to Mr. Wonderful Company -- 29.1
  • Cohn, Art, 1909- . The orchid man, typescripts -- 29.2-3
  • Cohn, Jack. Letter to The Success Company -- 29.1
  • Coleman (Deborah) Agency. Letter and bill for The Darling Company -- 29.1
  • Coleman (Deborah) Agency. Bills for The Proud Company -- 29.1
  • Coleman, Donald H. Letter to The Success Company -- 29.1
  • Colet, Jerry F. Letter to Dicker, Dorothy -- 29.1
  • Colt, Alvin, 1916- . Telegram to Dicker, Dorothy -- 29.1
  • Colton, Edward E. Letter to Mr. Wonderful Company -- 29.1
  • Columbia Records, Inc. Royalty earnings for cast album of First impressions -- 29.1
  • Columbia Records, Inc. Letters to The Proud Company -- 29.1
  • Columbia Records, Inc. Royalty report to The Proud Company -- 29.1
  • Comden, Betty, 1919- and Adolph Green. Bells are ringing, scripts, screenplay -- 29.4-6
  • Comden, Betty, 1919- and Adolph Green. Fade out – fade in, variant scripts -- 30.1-31.6
  • Comden, Betty, 1919- and Adolph Green. Llama el amor (Bells are ringing), script -- 31.7
  • Comden, Betty, 1919- and Adolph Green. Say, darling, lyrics -- 31.8
  • Comden, Betty, 1919- and Adolph Green. Subways are for sleeping, lyrics -- 31.9
  • Congregation Beth Jacob and Talmud Torah and Youth Center. Advertising contract -- 32.1
  • Conlow, Peter. Letter to Herscher, Sylvia -- 32.1
  • Consolidated Millinery Company. Letter to Brooks Costume Company -- 32.1
  • Cooper (Arthur), Electrical Construction. Bills for The Proud Company -- 32.1
  • Cooper (Frank) Associates Agency. Letter to The Proud Company -- 32.1
  • Cooper, Jerry. Letter to Mr. Wonderful Company -- 32.1
  • Cooper, Max. Letter to Goldreyer, Michael -- 32.1
  • Coopersmith, Jerome. Baker Street, script -- 32.2
  • Coppola, Carmine, 1910- . Letter to Mr. Wonderful Company -- 32.1
  • Cosaro, Frank, 1924- . A piece of blue sky, script -- 32.3
  • Curry, Richard Orr, 1931- . Letter to Mr. Wonderful Company -- 32.1
  • Curry, Wade. Letters to Styne (Jule)-Arthur Loew, Jr. -- 32.1
  • Curtis, Ted. Letter to The Proud Company -- 32.1
  • Damon, Stuart, 1937- . Letter to The Proud Company -- 32.4
  • Dansky (Blanche) Theatre Ticket Service. Letter to The Success Company -- 32.4
  • D'Arcole, Jacqueline. Asmodée -- 32.4
  • The Darling Company. Audit reports -- 32.6-7
  • The Darling Company. Auditions records -- 32.5
  • The Darling Company. Bank statements and cancelled checks -- 93.1-3
  • The Darling Company. Bills for costuming expenses -- 33.1
  • The Darling Company. Bills for pre-production expenses -- 33.2
  • The Darling Company. Bills for publicity expenses -- 33.2
  • The Darling Company. Bills for rehearsal expenses -- 33.2
  • The Darling Company. Bills for shoes -- 33.2
  • The Darling Company. Bills from various agencies -- 33.2
  • The Darling Company. Bills from various electrical firms -- 33.2
  • The Darling Company. Bills from various persons and firms -- 33.2
  • The Darling Company. Box office materials -- 32.5
  • The Darling Company. Cast and staff directories and lists -- 32.5
  • The Darling Company. Ed Sullivan Television Show, cast list -- 33.3
  • The Darling Company. Estimated costs -- 33.3
  • The Darling Company. Expense estimates for road tour -- 33.3
  • The Darling Company. House seats -- 33.4
  • The Darling Company. Income tax papers re cast -- 33.4
  • The Darling Company. Lighting plot -- 33.4
  • The Darling Company. Music breakdown and timing -- 33.5
  • The Darling Company. Notes and records concerning ticket sales -- 33.5
  • The Darling Company. Opening night lists -- 33.5
  • The Darling Company. Payrolls -- 33.6-34.1
  • The Darling Company. Publicity expenses -- 33.5
  • The Darling Company. Publicity letters -- 33.5
  • The Darling Company. Say, darling house seats record book -- 33.4
  • The Darling Company. Say, darling program credits -- 33.5
  • The Darling Company. Say, darling Sardi party list -- 34.2
  • The Darling Company. Setting and prop bills -- 34.2
  • The Darling Company. Staff notes -- 34.2
  • The Darling Company. Workmen's Compensation Board decisions -- 34.2
  • The Darling Company. Letters to American Federation of Musicians, Local No. 802 -- 34.3
  • The Darling Company. Letter to Bissell, Richard, and others -- 34.3
  • The Darling Company. Letter to Campiglia, Joe -- 34.3
  • The Darling Company. Letter to City Playhouses, Inc. -- 34.3
  • The Darling Company. Letters to Colt, Alvin -- 34.3
  • The Darling Company. Letters to Comden, Betty -- 34.3
  • The Darling Company. Letter to company partners -- 34.3
  • The Darling Company. Letters to Dramatists' Guild -- 34.4
  • The Darling Company. Letter to Drill, Frances -- 34.3
  • The Darling Company. Letter to Furman, Blanche -- 34.5
  • The Darling Company. Letter to Green, Adolph -- 34.5
  • The Darling Company. Letter to Gregg, Mitchell -- 34.5
  • The Darling Company. Letter to Heyer, Billy -- 34.5
  • The Darling Company. Letter to Hirschfeld, Al -- 34.5
  • The Darling Company. Telegram to Hoff, Louise and others -- 34.5
  • The Darling Company. Letter to investors -- 34.5
  • The Darling Company. Letter to Kenyon & Eckhardt, Inc. -- 34.5
  • The Darling Company. Letter to Klavun, Walter -- 34.5
  • The Darling Company. Letter to Lampland, Inc. -- 34.5
  • The Darling Company. Letter to Letchworth, Eileen -- 34.5
  • The Darling Company. Letter to MCA Artists, Ltd. -- 34.6
  • The Darling Company. Letter to Marlowe, Julie -- 34.6
  • The Darling Company. Notice to Members of the Say, darling cast -- 34.6
  • The Darling Company. Letter to Mohan, Eugene -- 34.6
  • The Darling Company. Letter to Morrell, Charles -- 34.6
  • The Darling Company. Letter to Morris, John -- 34.6
  • The Darling Company. Letters to Morris (William) Agency, Inc. -- 34.6
  • The Darling Company. Letters to Moselle, Lee -- 34.6
  • The Darling Company. Letter to Murray, Betty -- 34.6
  • The Darling Company. Letter to Naughton, Jack -- 34.6
  • The Darling Company. Letter to New York. Municipal Court -- 34.6
  • The Darling Company. Letter to New York (State). Court of General Sessions (New York County) -- 34.6
  • The Darling Company. Letter to partners -- 34.6
  • The Darling Company. Letters to the Say, darling cast -- 34.6
  • The Darling Company. Letters to Skolkin, Jesse -- 34.6
  • The Darling Company. Letters to Smith, Oliver -- 34.6
  • The Darling Company. Letter to Tannenbaum, Martin -- 34.6
  • The Darling Company. Letter to United Scenic Artists -- 34.6
  • The Darling Company. Letter to U. S. District Court. New York (Southern District) -- 34.6
  • Davenport (Gertrude) Inc. Letter to The Success Company -- 32.4
  • Davenport, Pembroke M., 1911- . Letter to The Proud Company -- 32.4
  • Davis, Bill. Letters to The Success Company -- 32.4
  • Davis, Keith. Bill for The Proud Company -- 32.4
  • Davis, Manny. Letters to The Success Company -- 32.4
  • Davis, Meyer, 1893- . Letter to Mr. Wonderful Company -- 32.4
  • Davis' (Meyer) Music. Letter to The Proud Company -- 32.4
  • Davis, Sammy, Jr., 1925- . Tentative dance routine -- 32.4
  • Davis, Sammy, Jr., 1925- . Telegram to Gardner, Hy -- 32.4
  • Davis, Buster. Postcard to Dicker, Dorothy -- 32.4
  • Dazian's, Inc., New York. Letter to Goldreyer, Michael -- 32.4
  • Dazian's, Inc., New York. Letter to The Success Company -- 32.4
  • Deacy (Jane) Agency. Letter to The Darling Company -- 35.1
  • Deane, Douglas. Letter to Burrows, Abe -- 35.1
  • Decca Records, Inc. Letter and royalty statements to Mr. Wonderful Company -- 35.1
  • Decorative Plant Corp. Letter to The Darling Company -- 35.1
  • Decorative Plant Corp. Letter to The Success Company -- 35.1
  • De Holguin, Beatrice. Madeleine and the bishop, typescript -- 35.2
  • De Holguin, Beatrice. Nathan White, typescripts -- 35.3-36.1
  • Dellwood Dairy Co., Inc. Letter to Mr. Wonderful Company -- 35.1
  • Denker, Harry, 1912- . Mind of an assassin, play outline -- 35.1
  • Desman Enterprises. Bills for Mr. Wonderful Company -- 35.1
  • Devon Production Corporation. Letter to The Darling Company -- 35.1
  • Dicker, Dorothy. Note to unidentified recipient Bernie -- 36.2
  • Dicker, Dorothy. Letter to Artcraft Printing -- 36.2
  • Dicker, Dorothy. Letter to Artplak Studios -- 36.2
  • Dicker, Dorothy. Letter to Blatt, _____ -- 36.2
  • Dicker, Dorothy. Letter to Bregman, Claire -- 36.2
  • Dicker, Dorothy. Letter to Cartier, Inc. -- 36.2
  • Dicker, Dorothy. Letter to Daily Variety -- 36.2
  • Dicker, Dorothy. Letter to Dicker, Charlotte -- 36.2
  • Dicker, Dorothy. Letter to Frowns, Hank -- 36.2
  • Dicker, Dorothy. Letter to Goldin, Al -- 36.2
  • Dicker, Dorothy. Letter to Goodman, Jack -- 36.2
  • Dicker, Dorothy. Letter to Grey, Aida -- 36.2
  • Dicker, Dorothy. Letter to The Harwyn -- 36.2
  • Dicker, Dorothy. Letter to Hollywood Reporter -- 36.2
  • Dicker, Dorothy. Letter to Parker Pen Co. -- 36.2
  • Dicker, Dorothy. Letter to Reynolds, Debbie -- 36.2
  • Dicker, Dorothy. Letter to Rosemont, Norman -- 36.2
  • Dicker, Dorothy. Letter to Sardi's -- 36.2
  • Dicker, Dorothy. Letter to Stein, Isadore, Mrs. -- 36.2
  • Dicker, Dorothy. Letter to Styne, Ethel -- 36.2
  • Dicker, Dorothy. Letter to Toohey, John L. -- 36.2
  • Dicker, Dorothy. Letter to Variety -- 36.2
  • Dicker, Dorothy. Letter to Weidman, Jerome -- 36.2
  • Dodge, Marcella. Receipt for The Darling Company -- 36.3
  • Douglas Leigh, Inc. Contract with The Darling Company -- 36.3
  • Downing, Robert, 1914-1975. Letter to Herscher, Sylvia -- 36.3
  • Downing, Robert, 1914-1975. Letter to Manning, Jack -- 36.3
  • The Drake, Philadelphia. Letter to Osterman, Lester -- 36.3
  • Dramatists Guild. Letter to Osterman, Lester, Jr. -- 36.4
  • Dramatists Guild. Letters to Mr. Wonderful Company -- 36.5
  • Dramatists Guild. Letters to The Proud Company -- 36.4
  • Drill (Frances A.) Theatre Parties. Letter to Mr. Wonderful Company -- 36.3
  • Druzinsky, Nettie. Bill for The Proud Company -- 36.3
  • Dubonnet, Ruth. Letter to Herscher, Sylvia -- 36.3
  • Dubonnet, Ruth. Letters to The Success Company -- 36.3
  • Ducat, Mel. Letter to The Success Company -- 36.3
  • Eaves Costume Company. Letter to The Proud Company -- 36.6
  • Eaves Costume Company. Letter to The Success Company -- 36.6
  • The Eddie Fisher Show. Staff list -- 36.6
  • Eder, Shirley. Letter to The Proud Company -- 36.6
  • Edwards, Blake, 1922- and Richard Quine. My sister Eileen, screenplay -- 37.1
  • Eisley, Fred. Letter to The Success Company -- 36.6
  • Electro-Vox Recording Studios. Bill for Sands Music Company -- 36.6
  • Elkins (Hilliard), Inc. Letter to The Proud Company -- 36.6
  • Ellis, Thelma K. Letter to Styne (Jule) Productions -- 36.6
  • Ellis (Thelma K.) Theatre Party Enterprises. Letters to The Darling Company -- 36.6
  • Elyss, Jeanne. Letter to Goldreyer, Michael -- 36.6
  • Emmett, Robert. The dangerous Christmas of Red Riding Hood, scripts -- 37.2-38.5
  • Engel, James Mark, Mrs. Letter to The Proud Company -- 36.6
  • Englund, Ken, 1914- . A charmed life, script -- 38.6
  • Englund, Ken, 1914- . Come take your lessons in my arms, script -- 39.1
  • Entertainment Magazine. Letter to The Success Company -- 36.6
  • Entertainment Premium Corporation. Letter to The Proud Company -- 36.6
  • Epstein, Julius J., 1909- and Philip G. Epstein. Saturday night, script; music and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim -- 39.2
  • Epstein, Philip G., 1909-1952, Julius J. Epstein and L. A. L. Diamond. Romance in high C, screenplay -- 39.3
  • Evans, Don. Bill for The Proud Company -- 36.6
  • Evans, Rex, 1903-1969. Letters to Mr. Wonderful Company -- 36.6
  • Evans, Rex, 1903-1969. Letters to The Proud Company -- 36.6
  • Exquisite Form. Letters to The Proud Company -- 36.6
  • Fabry Associates, Inc., New York. Letter to Herscher, Sylvia -- 39.4
  • Fabry Associates, Inc., New York. Letter to The Darling Company -- 39.4
  • Fain, Sammy, 1902- . Calamity Jane, duplicated music score -- 92.4-5
  • Fain, Sammy, 1902- . Calamity Jane: The Black Hills of Dakota, sheet music -- 93.4
  • Fain, Sammy, 1902- . Calamity Jane: The Deadwood stage, sheet music -- 93.4
  • Fain, Sammy, 1902- . Calamity Jane: Higher than a hawk, sheet music -- 93.4
  • Fain, Sammy, 1902- . Calamity Jane: I can do without you, sheet music -- 93.4
  • Fain, Sammy, 1902- . Calamity Jane: Just blew in from the windy city, sheet music -- 93.4
  • Fain, Sammy, 1902- . Calamity Jane: Secret love, sheet music -- 93.4
  • Fain, Sammy, 1902- . Calamity Jane: ‘Tis Harry I'm plannin' to marry, sheet music -- 93.4
  • Fain, Sammy, 1902- . Calamity Jane: A woman's touch, sheet music -- 93.4
  • Fain, Sammy, 1902- . Something more!: Ballad to a pencil -- 39.5
  • Fain, Sammy, 1902 -. Something more!: The church of my choice -- 39.5
  • Fain, Sammy, 1902- . Something more!: Come sta? -- 39.5
  • Fain, Sammy, 1902- . Something more!: Come sta?, sheet music -- 93.5
  • Fain, Sammy, 1902- . Something more!: Don't make a move without us -- 39.5
  • Fain, Sammy, 1902- . Something more!: Hold out your hand -- 39.5
  • Fain, Sammy, 1902- . Something more!: I feel like New Year's Eve -- 39.6
  • Fain, Sammy, 1902- . Something more!: I got nothin' to do -- 39.6
  • Fain, Sammy, 1902- . Something more!: In no time at all -- 39.6
  • Fain, Sammy, 1902- . Something more!: The more you're in love -- 39.6
  • Fain, Sammy, 1902- . Something more!: No questions -- 39.6
  • Fain, Sammy, 1902- . Something more!: Ode to a key -- 39.6
  • Fain, Sammy, 1902- . Something more!: One long last look, sheet music -- 93.5
  • Fain, Sammy, 1902- . Something more!: Something more! -- 39.6
  • Fain, Sammy, 1902- . Something more!: Something more!, sheet music -- 93.5
  • Fain, Sammy, 1902- . Something more!: That faraway look -- 39.6
  • Fain, Sammy, 1902- . Something more!: That faraway look, sheet music -- 93.5
  • Fain, Sammy, 1902- . Something more!: Wanna trade? -- 39.6
  • Fain, Sammy, 1902- . Something more!: What would happen? -- 39.6
  • Fain, Sammy, 1902- . Something more!: You gotta taste all the fruit -- 39.6
  • Fain, Sammy, 1902- . Something more!: You gotta taste all the fruit, sheet music -- 93.5
  • Fain, Sammy, 1902- . Something more!: You'll be the prettiest girl at the party -- 39.6
  • Famous Artists Corporation Agency, Inc. Letters to The Success Company -- 39.4
  • Faris, L. Gail. Letter to Goldreyer, Michael -- 39.4
  • Faro, Betty. Letter to Mr. Wonderful Company -- 39.4
  • Farrell (Phil), Agent. Letter to The Darling Company -- 39.4
  • Fergesen, Thomas. Letter to The Darling Company -- 39.4
  • Fessier, Michael, 1907- . Love among the cannibals, screenplay treatments -- 40.1-2
  • Field, Marshall, Mrs. Letter to The Proud Company -- 39.4
  • Fineshriber, William H., 1909- . Letter to The Proud Company -- 39.4
  • First Impressions Company. Travel and rehearsal schedule -- 39.4
  • First National City Bank of New York. Letter to The Darling Company -- 39.4
  • Fischer (Carl), Inc., publishers, New York. Letter to Herscher, Sylvia -- 39.4
  • Fitelson and Mayers. Letters to The Darling Company -- 39.4
  • Flambo, G. LaVerne. Letter to The Success Company -- 39.4
  • Forrest Theatre, Philadelphia. Letters to Goldreyer, Michael -- 40.3
  • Forrest Theatre, Philadelphia. Letter to The Proud Company -- 40.3
  • Forst, Donald H. Letter to The Darling Company -- 40.3
  • Fox (Harry), Agent. Letters to Mr. Wonderful Company -- 40.3
  • Fox (Harry), Agent. Royalty statements to Kerwin Music Company, Inc. -- 40.3
  • France, Richard, 1930- . Letter to Herscher, Sylvia -- 40.3
  • Freeman, Virginia. The big night, screenplay -- 40.4
  • French (Samuel), Inc. Royalty statements for Will success spoil Rock Hunter? -- 40.3
  • Friedman-Abeles, photographers. Bills for Mr. Wonderful Company -- 40.5
  • Friedman-Abeles, photographers. Bills for The Darling Company -- 40.5
  • Friedman-Abeles, photographers. Bills for The Success Company -- 40.5
  • Friedman-Abeles, photographers. Bills for The Proud Company -- 40.5
  • Friend, John Edward. Letter to The Proud Company -- 40.3
  • Friml, Rudolf. Say, darling: Song of the vagabonds, sheet music -- 95.2
  • Frings, Ketti, 1915- . Whippersnapper, script based on novel The long dream by Richard Wright -- 40.3
  • Fromkes, Harry. Letter to Herscher, Sylvia -- 40.6
  • Furman (Blanche), Theatre Party Consultant. Letter to The Success Company -- 40.3
  • Garfinkel, S. Stanley. Letter to Mr. Wonderful Company -- 40.7
  • Garson, Henry. Twice on Sunday -- 41.1
  • Gary, Harold. Letters to The Success Company -- 40.7
  • Gaynes, George, 1917- . Letter to The Proud Company -- 40.7
  • Geld, Gary, 1935- . Letter to Heges, William S. -- 40.7
  • Gendel (Mike) Associates. Letter to Mr. Wonderful Company -- 40.7
  • General Artists Corporation. Letter to The Darling Company -- 40.7
  • General Artists Corporation TV, Inc. Letter to The Proud Company -- 40.7
  • Gershwin, George and B. G. De Sylva. The French doll: Do it again, sheet music -- 93.6
  • Gersten, Bernard, 1923- . Letter to Mr. Wonderful Company -- 40.7
  • Gerstein, Leon. Professional summary -- 40.7
  • Gertrude Fox-Blanche Furman, Theatre Party Consultants. Letter to Mr. Wonderful Company -- 40.7
  • Gibbing, J. L. The royal game -- 41.2
  • Gilbert, George. Letter to Allen, Steve -- 41.3
  • Gilbert, George. Letter to Bennett, Tony -- 41.3
  • Gilbert, George. Letter to Bissell, Richard and Marian -- 41.3
  • Gilbert, George. Letter to Blaine, Vivian -- 41.3
  • Gilbert, George. Letter to Burrows, Abe and Karen -- 41.3
  • Gilbert, George. Letter to Chaplin, Sydney -- 41.3
  • Gilbert, George. Letter to Comden, Betty -- 41.3
  • Gilbert, George. Letter to Davis, Sammy, Jr. -- 41.3
  • Gilbert, George. Letter to Desmond, Johnny -- 41.3
  • Gilbert, George. Letter to Gray, Barry -- 41.3
  • Gilbert, George. Letters to Green, Adolph -- 41.3
  • Gilbert, George. Letter to Holliday, Judy -- 41.3
  • Gilbert, George. Letter to Kyle, Steve and Betty -- 41.3
  • Gilbert, George. Letter to Lewis, Jerry -- 41.3
  • Gilbert, George. Letter to Loman, Hal -- 41.3
  • Gilbert, George. Letter to McRae, Carmen -- 41.3
  • Gilbert, George. Letter to Osterman, Lester -- 41.3
  • Gilbert, George. Letter to Robinson, Edward G. -- 41.3
  • Gilbert, George. Letter to Shubert, John -- 41.3
  • Gilbert, George. Letter to Wayne, David -- 41.3
  • Gilbert, George. Letter to Weiner, Robert -- 41.3
  • Gilbert, George. Letter to Winters, Shelley -- 41.3
  • Gilroy, Frank D., 1925- . Scissors, paper, rock, screenplay -- 41.4
  • Gingold, Hermione, 1897- . Letter to The Proud Company -- 40.7
  • Giraudoux, Jean, 1882-1944. Judith, script -- 41.5
  • Gitlin, Joy. Letter to Goldreyer, Michael -- 40.7
  • Gladstone Fabrics. Bill to The Darling Company -- 40.7
  • Glazer (Rita), Agent. Letter to The Darling Company -- 40.7
  • Gold, Herbert, 1924- . Love and like -- 41.6
  • Goldfarb, Herman. Letter and telegrams to Mr. Wonderful Company -- 40.7
  • Goldman, Mabel Ashforth. Telegram to Reed, Joseph Verner -- 40.7
  • Goldman (Milton) Agency. Letters to The Darling Company -- 40.7
  • Goldman (Milton) Agency. Letters to The Success Company -- 40.7
  • Goldman, Morris. Letter to The Success Company -- 40.7
  • Goldman, Robert, 1932- and Glenn Paxton. Untitled musical play based on Pride and prejudice -- 41.7
  • Goldman, Robert, 1932- . Letter to Kaye, Benjamin -- 40.7
  • Goldner, David. Letter to Mr. Wonderful Company -- 40.7
  • Goldring, Charles. Letter to The Success Company -- 40.7
  • Goldsmith, Lawrence C. Memo to Toohey, John L. re First impressions -- 40.7
  • Goldsmith Bros. Bills for The Darling Company -- 40.7
  • Golman, Daniel A. Letter to The Darling Company -- 40.7
  • Goodman, Aubrey. The great Gatsby: a musical play, script -- 41.8
  • Gordon, Max, 1892- . Letter to The Proud Company -- 40.7
  • Gould, Sandra. Ring around the moon, script and synopsis -- 42.1-2
  • Grace, Carol. Letter to The Success Company -- 42.3
  • Grant Advertising, Inc. Letter to The Success Company -- 42.3
  • Greek Theatre Association. Letter to Mr. Wonderful Company -- 42.3
  • Green, Morton, 1919- and George Foster. Off we go, television script -- 42.4
  • Greenstone (Al) Company. Statement souvenir-programs for First impressions -- 42.3
  • Greenstone (Al) Company. Letters and reports to Mr. Wonderful Company -- 42.3
  • Greenstone (Al) Company. Letters and reports to The Darling Company -- 42.3
  • Greenstone (Al) Company. Letter and royalty statements to The Success Company -- 42.3
  • Greenstone, Cliff. Letters to The Darling Company -- 42.3
  • Greenstone, Lillian. Letter to The Proud Company -- 42.3
  • Gross, Seymour. Stormy petrels, script -- 42.5
  • Hadassah, Chicago Chapter. Receipts for Styne, Jules -- 42.6
  • Halevy, Julian. The young lovers, scripts -- 42.7-8
  • Halevy, Julian. The young lovers, casting head shots / resumes -- 93.7
  • Halligan, T. J. Receipt for Mr. Wonderful Company -- 42.6
  • Hanley, Ellen. Letter to The Proud Company producers -- 42.6
  • Harmon, Mary. Letter to Mr. Wonderful Company -- 42.6
  • Harriet Kaplan-Lily Verdt, Inc. Letters to The Darling Company -- 42.6
  • Harriet Kaplan-Lily Verdt, Inc. Letters to The Proud Company -- 42.6
  • Harris, Jonathan, 1919?- . Letter to Mr. Wonderful Company -- 42.6
  • Harris, Radie. Letter to The Proud Company -- 42.6
  • Harrow, Carolyn. Letters to The Proud Company -- 42.6
  • Hart Stenographic Bureau. Bills for Mr. Wonderful Company. -- 42.6
  • Hart Stenographic Bureau. Bills for The Darling Company -- 42.6
  • Hart Stenographic Bureau. Bills for The Proud Company -- 42.6
  • Hart Stenographic Bureau. Bills for The Success Company -- 42.6
  • Hayes, Joseph Arnold, 1918- . A calculated risk, script -- 43.1
  • Hayman, Clifford. Letter to The Success Company -- 42.6
  • Hazel Flagg Co. Financial records ledger -- 86.1
  • Hecht, Ben, 1893-1964. Hazel Flagg, scripts -- 43.3-6
  • Henderson, Skitch, 1918- . Telegram to Gilbert, George -- 43.2
  • Henry (Joe) Stage Props. Invoices and receipt to Mr. Wonderful Company -- 43.2
  • Henry, Nan. Letter to Mr. Wonderful Company -- 43.2
  • Herscher, Sylvia, 1913- . Letters to Artcraft Printing -- 44.1
  • Herscher, Sylvia, 1913- . Letter to Barton Music Company -- 44.1
  • Herscher, Sylvia, 1913- . Letter to Berle, Milton -- 44.1
  • Herscher, Sylvia, 1913- . Letter to Blassingame, Lurton -- 44.1
  • Herscher, Sylvia, 1913- . Letter to Brown, Henry C. -- 44.1
  • Herscher, Sylvia, 1913- . Letter to Butler, Bill -- 44.1
  • Herscher, Sylvia, 1913- . Letter to Chasen's -- 44.1
  • Herscher, Sylvia, 1913- . Letter to Freedman, May -- 44.1
  • Herscher, Sylvia, 1913- . Letter to Hubner, Dorothy -- 44.1
  • Herscher, Sylvia, 1913- . Letter to Kallen, Horace M. -- 44.1
  • Herscher, Sylvia, 1913- . Letter to Kapp, Dave -- 44.1
  • Herscher, Sylvia, 1913- . Letter to Ritt, Martin -- 44.1
  • Herscher, Sylvia, 1913- . Letter to Rosenman, Mervin -- 44.1
  • Herscher, Sylvia, 1913- . Letter to Schwab's Pharmacy -- 44.1
  • Herscher, Sylvia, 1913- . Letter to Sherl, Bernard -- 44.1
  • Herscher, Sylvia, 1913- . Letter to Trattner, George -- 44.1
  • Herscher, Sylvia, 1913- . Letter to Valando, Tony -- 44.1
  • Herscher, Sylvia, 1913- . Letter to Wismer, Miss -- 44.1
  • Herschkowitz (Anne) Theatre Party Service. Financial statement for The Success Company -- 43.2
  • Herschkowitz (Anne) Theatre Party Service. Letters to Mr. Wonderful Company -- 43.2
  • Herschkowitz (Anne) Theatre Party Service. Letters to The Darling Company -- 43.2
  • Herschkowitz (Anne) Theatre Party Service. Letters to The Proud Company -- 43.2
  • Hertzig, Saul. Letters to The Proud Company -- 43.2
  • Hill, John A. Letter to The Darling Company -- 44.2
  • Hinkley, Ray E. Professional summary -- 44.2
  • Hirsch (Pauline) Theatre Party Bureau. Letter to the Proud Company -- 44.2
  • Hocker, C. David. Letter to The Proud Company -- 44.2
  • Hoffman, Irving. Note to unidentified recipient -- 44.2
  • Holiday. Letter to The Success Company -- 44.2
  • Holofcener, Lawrence, 1926- . Mr. Wonderful, lyric books -- 44.3
  • Hooven Letters, Inc. Bills For Mr. Wonderful Company -- 44.2
  • Hooven Letters, Inc. Bills for The Darling Company -- 44.2
  • Hooven Letters, Inc. Bills for The Success Company -- 44.2
  • Hope (Constance), Consultant. Letter to Cooper (Frank) Associates -- 44.4
  • Hoppenfeld (Elsa) Theatre Party Bureau. Letter to Mr. Wonderful Company -- 44.4
  • Hoppenfeld (Elsa) Theatre Party Bureau. Letters to The Darling Company -- 44.4
  • Hoppenfeld (Elsa) Theatre Party Bureau. Letter to The Proud Company -- 44.4
  • Howard, Earle. Letter to CBS Television -- 44.4
  • Howard, Peter. Bill for The Darling Company -- 44.4
  • Howard (Ted) Associates. Letter to The Proud Company -- 44.4
  • Howell (Miriam), Agent. Letter to The Success Company -- 44.4
  • Hoyt, Barbara. Letter to The Darling Company -- 44.4
  • Hoyt, Howard, 1913- . Letter to Farrell, Anthony B. -- 44.4
  • Hulke, Malcolm and Eric Paice. The big client, book; music and lyrics by Mike Pratt -- 44.4
  • Hunt (Diana) Management. Letter to The Darling Company -- 44.4
  • Hunter, Evan, 1926- (aka Ed McBain). And kill a stranger, scripts -- 44.6-7
  • Hunter, Evan, 1926- (aka Ed McBain). Killer's wedge, script -- 44.8
  • Hunter, Evan, 1926- (aka Ed McBain). Lady in waiting, scripts -- 45.1-3
  • Hunter, Evan, 1926- (aka Ed McBain). On the seventh day, script -- 45.4
  • Hunter, Evan, 1926- (aka Ed McBain). See him die, script -- 45.5
  • Hunter (Jeff) Management. Letters to The Darling Company -- 44.4
  • Huxley, Aldous Leonard, 1894-1963 and Jane Murfin. Pride and prejudice, dialogue cutting continuities -- 46.1-2
  • Ilberg, Ernest. Letter to The Success Company -- 46.3
  • Imperial Scenic Studios. Bills for Mr. Wonderful Company -- 46.3
  • Independent Booking Office, Inc. Letters to The Darling Company -- 46.3
  • Independent Booking Office, Inc. Letters to The Proud Company -- 46.3
  • Inge, William Motter, 1913-1973. Summer brave, script -- 47.1
  • Ingram, Jay. The primitive approach, script -- 47.2
  • Innes, Hiller. Telegram to The Success Company -- 46.3
  • Institute of Scrap Iron and Steel, Inc. Letter to The Darling Company -- 46.3
  • Jack Davies-Josh Meyer. Letter to Mr. Wonderful Company -- 47.3
  • Jackson, Alan. Telegram to The Success Company -- 47.3
  • Jackson, Carol. Letter to Mr. Wonderful Company -- 47.3
  • Jaffe, Katz, Mosell & Schier. Bill to The Darling Company -- 47.3
  • Jane Derby, Inc. Letters to The Success Company -- 47.3
  • Jerome, Helen, 1883- . Pride and prejudice, printed play adaptation -- 93.8
  • Jerome, Helen, 1883- . Letter to Gilbert, George -- 47.3
  • Jerome, Helen, 1883- . Letter to The Proud Company -- 47.3
  • The Joey Company. Letter to Bennett, Dorothy C. -- 47.3
  • Joffe, Lawrence. Letters to Mr. Wonderful Company -- 47.3
  • John Frederics, Inc. Letter to The Darling Company -- 47.3
  • Johnston, Emily R. Letter to Mr. Wonderful Company -- 47.3
  • Kanter, David. Letter to The Success Company -- 47.4
  • Kanter, Jay, 1927- . Letter to Mr. Wonderful Company -- 47.4
  • Kaplan (Mildred) Theatre Party Bureau. Letters to The Darling Company -- 47.4
  • Kaplan (Mildred) Theatre Party Bureau. Letters to The Proud Company -- 47.4
  • Karinska. Bills for The Proud Company -- 47.4
  • Karweis, Ninon Tallon. Letter to The Success Company -- 47.4
  • Katcher, Leo. Case for survival, script -- 47.5
  • Katscher, Robert and Irving Caesar. Wonder Bar: The cantor, sheet music -- 93.9
  • Katscher, Robert and Irving Caesar. Wonder Bar: Don't say good night, sheet music -- 93.9
  • Katscher, Robert and Irving Caesar. Wonder Bar: Elizabeth, sheet music -- 93.9
  • Katscher, Robert and Irving Caesar. Wonder Bar: Goin' to heaven on a mule, sheet music -- 93.9
  • Katscher, Robert and Irving Caesar. Wonder Bar: Good evening friends, sheet music -- 93.9
  • Katscher, Robert and Irving Caesar. Wonder Bar: Lenox Avenue, sheet music -- 93.9
  • Katscher, Robert and Irving Caesar. Wonder Bar: Ma mère, sheet music -- 93.9
  • Katscher, Robert and Irving Caesar. Wonder Bar: Oh, Donna Clara, sheet music -- 93.9
  • Katscher, Robert and Irving Caesar. Wonder Bar: Something seems to tell me, sheet music -- 93.9
  • Katscher, Robert and Irving Caesar. Wonder Bar: Vive la France, sheet music -- 93.9
  • Katscher, Robert and Irving Caesar. Wonder Bar: Why do I dream those dreams, sheet music -- 93.9
  • Katscher, Robert and Irving Caesar. Wonder Bar: Wonder Bar, sheet music -- 93.9
  • Katz, Jack J. Letter to Herscher, Sylvia -- 47.4
  • Katzenberg, Rita F. Letter to Mr. Wonderful Company -- 47.4
  • Katzenberg, Rita F. Letter to The Proud Company -- 47.4
  • Katzin, Betsy. Letter to Davis, Sammy, Jr. -- 47.4
  • Kelly, John B. Letter to The Proud Company -- 47.4
  • Kennedy, Jay Richard, 1904- . Letter to The Success Company -- 47.4
  • Kern, Jerome and Edward Laska. Till the clouds roll by: How'd you like to spoon with me?, sheet music -- 93.10
  • Kesler, Lew, 1915- . Letter to Mr. Wonderful Company -- 47.4
  • King, Archer. Letter to The Darling Company -- 47.6
  • King Displays, Inc. Bills for Mr. Wonderful Company -- 47.6
  • King Displays, Inc. Bills for The Darling Company -- 47.6
  • King Displays, Inc. Bills for The Success Company -- 47.6
  • Klar, Arthur, publisher. Telegram to The Proud Company -- 47.6
  • Klein, Shirley. Letter to Herscher, Sylvia -- 47.6
  • Knomark Manufacturing Co., Inc. Letter to Osterman, Lester -- 47.6
  • Kroll (Lucy) Agency. Letters to The Darling Company -- 47.6
  • Kroll (Lucy) Agency. Letters to The Success Company -- 47.6
  • Kunzel, Minerva. Letter to The Proud Company -- 47.6
  • Kupperman, Edith. Postcard to Broadway Theatre -- 47.6
  • Landsman (Bert) Theatre Party Bureau. Letter to the Proud Company -- 47.7
  • Landsman (Bert) Theatre Party Bureau. Letters to Styne (Jule) Productions -- 47.7
  • Lans, Asher Bob. Letter to Spanton, Anthony P. -- 47.7
  • La Ray Boot Shop. Bills and estimates for Mr. Wonderful Company -- 47.7
  • La Ray Boot Shop. Bill and estimate for The Proud Company -- 47.7
  • La Ray Boot Shop. Letters to The Success Company -- 47.7
  • Larric Theatre Party Bureau. Letter to Mr. Wonderful Company -- 48.1
  • Larric Theatre Party Bureau. Letters to The Darling Company -- 48.1
  • Larric Theatre Party Bureau. Letters to the Proud Company -- 48.1
  • Larson, Gerard A., editor. Plays in progress (The childhood of TommyTot by Richard Cobb; Mayor Mike by Paul B. Weston; Forty by Gerard A. Larson) -- 48.2
  • Later (Kenneth) Agency. Letter to The Darling Company -- 48.1
  • Laurents, Arthur, 1920- . Side show, script; music and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim -- 48.3
  • Lavan, Jerry. Letters to The Darling Company -- 48.1
  • Lawrence, Jerome, 1915- . Paris, France, script -- 48.4
  • Lawrence, Robert, 1912-, translator. The girl of the golden west, English libretti -- 48.5-49.2
  • Lazar, Irving Paul, 1907- . Letters to The Success Company -- 48.1
  • Leaf, Paul. Letter to The Darling Company -- 49.3
  • League of New York Theatres. Bills to Mr. Wonderful Company -- 49.4
  • League of New York Theatres. Letters and telegrams to The Darling Company -- 49.4
  • League of New York Theatres. Letters and bills to The Proud Company -- 49.4
  • League of New York Theatres. Letter and bills to The Success Company -- 49.4
  • Lee, Ronald S. Letter to Dicker, Dorothy -- 49.3
  • Lee-Draper Agency. Letter to Alexander, David -- 49.3
  • Lee-Draper Agency. Letter to The Darling Company -- 49.3
  • Leeds Music Corporation. Letter to The Success Company -- 49.3
  • Legal Aid Society, New York. Letter to Mr. Wonderful Company -- 49.3
  • Lehman, Marie E. Letter to The Darling Company -- 49.3
  • Lennart, Isobel, 1915-1971. The funny girl -- 49.5-54.7
  • Lennart, Isobel, 1915-1971. Note to unidentified recipients -- 54.8
  • Lenny-Debin, Inc. Letters to The Darling Company -- 49.3
  • Leonard, Julie, 1923- . Letter to The Darling Company -- 49.3
  • Leonard, Martin H. Letter to The Proud Company -- 49.3
  • Leonard, Martin H. Letter to The Success Company -- 49.3
  • Leslie, Bob. Letter to Mr. Wonderful Company -- 49.3
  • Leslie, Larry. Letter to Mr. Wonderful Company -- 49.3
  • Le Vino, A. Letter to The Darling Company -- 49.3
  • Levy, Isaac D. Letter to Mr. Wonderful Company -- 49.3
  • Levy, Stanford. Letter to Smith, Justin -- 49.3
  • Liberman, Alexander, 1912- . Telegram to The Success Company -- 55.1
  • Lights on (Fight for Sight benefit). Production materials and notes -- 55.2
  • Lincoln Warehouse Corporation. Letter to Mr. Wonderful Company -- 55.1
  • Linda Rose League for Cerebral Palsy. Letters to Mr. Wonderful Company -- 55.1
  • Lindsay, Howard, 1889-1968 and Russel Crouse. Anything goes -- 55.3
  • Lipschitz, Anita. Letter to Schwartz, _____ -- 55.1
  • Lipsky, Gerald. Letters to The Success Company -- 55.1
  • Littler, Prince, 1901-1973. Letter to The Proud Company -- 55.1
  • Loesser, Frank, 1910- . Letter to Mr. Wonderful Company -- 55.1
  • Loew, Arthur M., Jr. Letter to Chaplin, Sidney -- 55.1
  • Loew, Arthur M., Jr. Letter to Dicker, Dorothy -- 55.1
  • Loew, Arthur M., Jr. Letter to Schwimmer, Alden -- 55.1
  • Logan, Joshua, 1908- . Letter to The Proud Company -- 55.1
  • Longstreet, Stephen, 1907- . High button shoes, television script -- 55.5
  • Longstreet, Stephen, 1907- . Mama (short stories), typescript -- 55.5-56.1
  • Longstreet, Stephen, 1907- . They liked them handsome, script -- 56.2
  • Longstreet, Stephen, 1907- . Two sisters, synopses -- 56.3
  • Longstreet, Stephen, 1907- and Catherine Turney. The burning man -- 55.4
  • Loos, Anita, 1894-1971 and Joseph Fields. Gentlemen prefer blondes, scripts -- 56.4
  • Loos, Anita, 1894-1971. The great Caresse, script -- 56.5
  • Loos, Anita, 1894-1971. She stoops to conquer, synopsis, scenes -- 56.6
  • Luchenbill, Gloria. Letter to Dicker, Dorothy -- 55.1
  • Lyons (Grace), Artists Representative. Letter to The Darling Company -- 55.1
  • Lyons, James S. Letter to The Proud Company -- 55.1
  • McCann-Erickson, Inc. Letter to Randall, Eli -- 56.7
  • McConnor, Vincent, Chautaqua, script -- 57.1
  • McDonald (T. B.) Construction Co., Inc. Letter to The Darling Company -- 56.7
  • Malcolm Kenneth Company. Bills for The Success Company -- 56.7
  • Malvina Weil Children's Service Guild. Receipt for Bert and Fred Meyers -- 56.7
  • Manges (Simon) & Son, Inc. Letter to The Success Company -- 56.7
  • Manhattan Costume Co., Inc. Letter to Mr. Wonderful Company -- 56.7
  • Manhattan Costume Co, Inc. Letter to the Success Company -- 56.7
  • Manufacturers Hanover Trust Company. Letter to The Darling Company -- 56.7
  • Marchant, William, 1923- . Faster! Faster!, script -- 57.3
  • Mark, Bill. Letter to Dicker, Dorothy -- 57.2
  • Marshall, Felice B. Letter to The Proud Company -- 57.2
  • Martin, Boyd, 1886-1963. Letter to The Darling Company -- 57.2
  • Martin, Virginia, d. 1971. Letter to The Darling Company -- 57.2
  • Masque Sound and Recording Corporation. Bills for Mr. Wonderful Company -- 57.4
  • Masque Sound and Recording Corporation. Bills for The Darling Company -- 57.4
  • Masque Sound and Recording Corporation. Bills for The Proud Company -- 57.5
  • Masque Sound and Recording Corporation. Bills for The Success Company -- 57.5
  • Matson (Harold) Company. Letters to The Darling Company -- 57.2
  • Matthau, Walter, 1920- . Letter to The Success Company -- 57.2
  • Maurice Jewels. Letter to Dicker, Dorothy -- 57.2
  • Maxwell (Early) Associates. Letter to The Success Company -- 57.2
  • Maxwell, Marilyn, 1921-1972. Telegrams to The Success Company -- 57.2
  • Mayes, Wendell. Letter to Loew, Arthur, Jr. -- 57.2
  • MCA Agency. Letter to The Success Company -- 57.7
  • MCA Artists, Ltd. Letter to Herscher, Sylvia -- 57.7
  • MCA Artists, Ltd. Letters to Mr. Wonderful Company -- 57.7
  • MCA Artists, Ltd. Letters to The Darling Company -- 57.7
  • MCA Artists, Ltd. Letters to The Proud Company -- 57.7
  • MCA Artists, Ltd. Letters to Styne (Jule) Productions -- 57.7
  • Medford, Kay, 1920- . Letter to Mr. Wonderful Company -- 57.6
  • Meisle, David S. Letter to The Darling Company -- 57.6
  • Meredith (Scott) Literary Agency. Letters to Dorothy Dicker -- 57.6
  • Merrill, Bob, 1920- . The dangerous Christmas of Red Riding Hood, lyrics -- 57.8
  • Merrill, Robert, 1919- . Funny girl, lyrics -- 57.9-58.1
  • Messenger Service Co., Inc. Statements for The Darling Company -- 57.6
  • Messenger Service Co., Inc. Bills for Mr. Wonderful Company -- 57.6
  • Metropolitan Theatre Bureau, Inc. Letter to Styne (Jule) Productions -- 57.6
  • Meyer, Sol, 1913-1964. The big benefit -- 58.2
  • Midtown Typing Bureau. Bills for Styne, Jule -- 57.6
  • Milikin, Paul. Letter to The Darling Company -- 57.6
  • Miller, Gilbert Heron, 1884-1969. Letter to The Proud Company -- 57.6
  • Mills Music, Inc. New York. Letter to The Success Company -- 57.6
  • Minton, Robert. Letter to Mr. Wonderful Company -- 57.6
  • Mitchell, James H. Letters to Dorothy Dicker -- 57.6
  • Mr. Wonderful Company. Agreement with Morton, Gary -- 58.3
  • Mr. Wonderful Company. Audition lists, schedules, and notes -- 58.3
  • Mr. Wonderful Company. Bank statements -- 93.11-12
  • Mr. Wonderful Company. Bills for publicity materials -- 58.3
  • Mr. Wonderful Company. Bills receivable -- 58.3
  • Mr. Wonderful Company. Box office statements -- 58.3
  • Mr. Wonderful Company. Cancelled checks -- 96.1
  • Mr. Wonderful Company. Cast and staff lists -- 58.3
  • Mr. Wonderful Company. Costume plot -- 58.3
  • Mr. Wonderful Company. Decca original cast album lists -- 58.4
  • Mr. Wonderful Company. Estimated operating budget -- 58.4
  • Mr. Wonderful Company. Financial reports to Will Mastin Trio -- 58.4
  • Mr. Wonderful Company. Hotel information in Philadelphia -- 58.5
  • Mr. Wonderful Company. Income tax materials -- 58.5
  • Mr. Wonderful Company. Jack Toohey's house seat locations -- 58.5
  • Mr. Wonderful Company. Limited partners list -- 58.5
  • Mr. Wonderful Company. Mail orders -- 58.5
  • Mr. Wonderful Company. Mailing list -- 58.5
  • Mr. Wonderful Company. Miscellaneous bills -- 58.6
  • Mr. Wonderful Company. Miscellaneous costume expenses -- 58.6
  • Mr. Wonderful Company. Miscellaneous prop expenses -- 58.6
  • Mr. Wonderful Company. Miscellaneous staff notes -- 58.6
  • Mr. Wonderful Company. Opening night tickets -- 58.7
  • Mr. Wonderful Company. Operating expenses -- 58.7
  • Mr. Wonderful Company. Out-of-town price figures -- 58.7
  • Mr. Wonderful Company. Payroll audit -- 59.1
  • Mr. Wonderful Company. Payrolls -- 59.2
  • Mr. Wonderful Company. Preliminary prop list -- 59.1
  • Mr. Wonderful Company. Program credits -- 59.1
  • Mr. Wonderful Company. Prop plot, inventory, and notes -- 59.1
  • Mr. Wonderful Company. Publicity notes and expenses -- 59.1
  • Mr. Wonderful Company. Rehearsal and Philadelphia expenses and schedules -- 59.3
  • Mr. Wonderful Company. Road tour estimates -- 59.3
  • Mr. Wonderful Company. Shoe plot -- 59.3
  • Mr. Wonderful Company. Staff and cast lists -- 59.3
  • Mr. Wonderful Company. Theatre party notes -- 59.3
  • Mr. Wonderful Company. Ticket information -- 59.3
  • Mr. Wonderful Company. Underscoring -- 59.3
  • Mr. Wonderful Company. Letter to Abbott (Edward), Inc. -- 59.4
  • Mr. Wonderful Company. Letter to American Theatre Wing -- 59.4
  • Mr. Wonderful Company. Letters to Artcraft Printing -- 59.4
  • Mr. Wonderful Company. Letter to Asch, Ingram -- 59.4
  • Mr. Wonderful Company. Letter to Baldwin Piano Co. -- 59.4
  • Mr. Wonderful Company. Letter to Bourne, Inc. -- 59.4
  • Mr. Wonderful Company. Letter to Brandt, Mel -- 59.4
  • Mr. Wonderful Company. Letter to Broadway Theatre -- 59.4
  • Mr. Wonderful Company. Letter to Carrington, Carolyn -- 59.4
  • Mr. Wonderful Company. Letter to Carroll Musical Instrument Service -- 59.4
  • Mr. Wonderful Company. Letter to Celka Store Fixture Co., Inc. -- 59.4
  • Mr. Wonderful Company. Letter to Danny's Hide-a-way, Inc. -- 59.5
  • Mr. Wonderful Company. Letters to Davis, Sammy, Jr. -- 59.5
  • Mr. Wonderful Company. Letter to Davis, Sammy, Sr. -- 59.5
  • Mr. Wonderful Company. Letter to Donohue, Jack -- 59.5
  • Mr. Wonderful Company. Letter to Epstein, Jules -- 59.5
  • Mr. Wonderful Company. Letter to Fields, Sophie -- 59.5
  • Mr. Wonderful Company. Letter to Gray, Barry -- 59.5
  • Mr. Wonderful Company. Letter to Hampton, _____ -- 59.5
  • Mr. Wonderful Company. Letter to Hart Stenographic Service -- 59.5
  • Mr. Wonderful Company. Letter to Hirsch, Sue -- 59.5
  • Mr. Wonderful Company. Letters to Imperial Scenic Studios, Inc. -- 59.5
  • Mr. Wonderful Company. Letter to Kaplan, Mildred -- 59.6
  • Mr. Wonderful Company. Letter to Katz, Irving, Mrs. -- 59.6
  • Mr. Wonderful Company. Letter to Leigh, Barbara -- 59.6
  • Mr. Wonderful Company. Letter to Loman, Hal -- 59.6
  • Mr. Wonderful Company. Letter to McIntosh, Robert -- 59.6
  • Mr. Wonderful Company. Letter to Marshall, Pat -- 59.6
  • Mr. Wonderful Company. Letter to Mastin, Will -- 59.6
  • Mr. Wonderful Company. Letter to Merritt, James -- 59.6
  • Mr. Wonderful Company. Letter to Mills Music Publishing Company -- 59.6
  • Mr. Wonderful Company. Letters to to Mr. Wonderful cast -- 59.6
  • Mr. Wonderful Company. Letter to Morris (William) Agency, Inc. -- 59.6
  • Mr. Wonderful Company. Letter to Nelson Desk Co., Inc. -- 59.6
  • Mr. Wonderful Company. Letters to New York. Office of County Clerk -- 59.6
  • Mr. Wonderful Company. Letter to New York (State). Supreme Court -- 59.6
  • Mr. Wonderful Company. Letter to New York Telephone Co. -- 59.6
  • Mr. Wonderful Company. Letter to Norel, Lillias -- 59.6
  • Mr. Wonderful Company. Letter to Page, Evelyn -- 59.7
  • Mr. Wonderful Company. Letters to Parker, Lew -- 59.7
  • Mr. Wonderful Company. Letter to Pearlman, Louis, Mrs. -- 59.7
  • Mr. Wonderful Company. Letter to persons requesting opening night tickets -- 59.7
  • Mr. Wonderful Company. Letter to Rivera, Chita -- 59.7
  • Mr. Wonderful Company. Letter to Ryan, Johnny -- 59.7
  • Mr. Wonderful Company. Letter to S. Rudofker's Sons, Inc. -- 59.7
  • Mr. Wonderful Company. Letters to Schirmer (Gus), Agent -- 59.7
  • Mr. Wonderful Company. Letter to Seidman, Jack -- 59.7
  • Mr. Wonderful Company. Letter to Seller Piano Co. -- 59.7
  • Mr. Wonderful Company. Letter to stage crew of Mr. Wonderful -- 59.7
  • Mr. Wonderful Company. Letter to Tobin, Lenore -- 59.7
  • Mr. Wonderful Company. Letter to Whittle, Mary -- 59.7
  • Mr. Wonderful Company. Letter to the Will Mastin Trio -- 59.7
  • Monaster, Nate. Something more!, scripts, revision pages -- 60.1-61.4
  • Monks, John, Jr., 1910- . The West Point story, screenplay -- 61.5
  • Morehead, Doris Lloyd. Mr. Preen's salon, script -- 61.6
  • Morehouse, Ward, 1898-1966. Broadway after dark -- 59.8
  • Morning Telegraph, New York. Letter to The Success Company -- 59.8
  • Morris, Carolyn. Letter to The Darling Company -- 59.8
  • Morris (William) Agency, Inc. Bill for Eddie Albert plane fare to The Proud Company -- 61.8
  • Morris (William) Agency, Inc. Letter to Loew, Arthur M., Jr. -- 61.7
  • Morris (William) Agency, Inc. Letters to Mr. Wonderful Company -- 61.7
  • Morris (William) Agency, Inc. Letters to The Darling Company -- 61.7
  • Morris (William) Agency, Inc. Letters to The Proud Company -- 61.8
  • Morris (William) Agency, Inc. Letters to The Success Company -- 61.8
  • Morris (William) Agency, Inc. Vouchers for Styne, Jule -- 61.8
  • Morrow (Marjorie), Agent. Letter to The Darling Company -- 59.8
  • Morske, James. Letter to The Success Company -- 59.8
  • Morton Dyers, Inc. Letter to The Proud Company -- 59.8
  • Moselle, Lee. Letters to American Broadcasting Co. -- 62.1
  • Moselle, Lee. Letter to Berman, Abraham L. -- 62.1
  • Moselle, Lee. Letters to Davenport, Lyons & Co. -- 62.1
  • Moselle, Lee. Telegram to Davis, Sammy, Jr. -- 62.1
  • Moselle, Lee. Letter to Diamond, Sidney -- 62.1
  • Moselle, Lee. Letter to Dicker, Dorothy -- 62.1
  • Moselle, Lee. Letter to Ernst, Cane & Berner -- 62.1
  • Moselle, Lee. Letter to Herscher, Sylvia -- 62.1
  • Moselle, Lee. Letter to Hoyt, Howard -- 62.1
  • Moselle, Lee. Letter to Loew, Arthur M., Jr. -- 62.1
  • Moselle, Lee. Letters to Loew's, Inc. -- 62.2
  • Moselle, Lee. Letters to Mr. Wonderful Company -- 62.2
  • Moselle, Lee. Letters to Morris (William) Agency, Inc. -- 62.2
  • Moselle, Lee. Letter to Spanton, Anthony -- 62.3
  • Moselle, Lee. Letter to Stillman, David -- 62.3
  • Moselle, Lee. Letters to The Darling Company -- 62.1
  • Moselle, Lee. Letters to The Proud Company -- 62.2-3
  • Moselle, Lee. Letters to The Success Company -- 62.3
  • Moselle, Lee. Letter to Winkler, Daniel M. -- 62.3
  • Moser, Karlos. Bill for The Proud Company -- 59.8
  • Murdock, Henry T. Untitled article on Say, darling -- 59.8
  • Music for Dance. Bills for The Proud Company -- 59.8
  • Music Publishers Holding Corporation. Letters to Mr. Wonderful Company -- 59.8
  • Music Publishers Holding Corporation. Letter to The Success Company -- 59.8
  • Myers (Carmel), Agent. Letter to Mr. Wonderful Company -- 59.8
  • National Broadcasting Company, Inc. Letter to Herscher, Sylvia -- 62.4
  • National Broadcasting Company, Inc. Newsletter -- 62.4
  • National Council to Combat Blindness, Inc. Letters to Dicker, Dorothy -- 62.4
  • Negin, Louis. Letter to Styne (Jule) Productions -- 62.5
  • New Dramatists Committee. Letter to Mr. Wonderful Company -- 62.5
  • New Dramatists Committee. Letter to The Proud Company -- 62.5
  • New Haven Railroad. Bill for The Proud Company -- 62.5
  • New York City. Office of the Marshal. Letter to Mr. Wonderful Company -- 62.5
  • New York City. Psychoanalytic Institute Auxiliary Institute. Letter to Herscher, Sylvia -- 62.5
  • New York City. Public Library. Letter to Stein, Joseph and Will Glickman -- 62.5
  • New York City. Radio Station WMCA. Letter to The Success Company -- 62.5
  • New York Convention and Visitors Bureau, Inc. Letter to The Darling Company -- 62.5
  • New York Convention and Visitors Bureau, Inc. Bulletins for The Proud Company -- 62.5
  • Newell Art Galleries. Bills for The Proud Company -- 62.5
  • Newman, Lillian. Letter to The Proud Company -- 62.5
  • Nola (V. J.) Studios. Bill for The Proud Company -- 62.6
  • Nolan Scenery Studios. Bills to The Darling Company -- 62.6
  • Nolan Scenery Studios. Bills for The Proud Company -- 62.6
  • North, Meyer B. Letter to The Darling Company -- 62.6
  • Nowick, Julia E. Letter to Mr. Wonderful Company -- 62.6
  • Nygren, James R. Professional synopsis -- 62.6
  • O'Brien, Edward Dunbar. Notice of court appearance -- 62.7
  • O'Flaherty, Liam, 1897- and Walter Macken. The informer, script -- 62.8
  • O'Hara, John, 1905-1970. Pal Joey, scripts; with television adaptation by Jule Styne -- 62.9-63.3
  • O'Shea, Beth. A long way from Boston, synopsis -- 63.4
  • Ohrbach's, Inc. Letters and bill to Mr. Wonderful Company -- 62.7
  • Oppenheimer, George, 1900- . Come to glory, scripts -- 63.5
  • Oshman, Robert Lee. The best show in town, script -- 63.6
  • Osterman, Lester, 1914- . Letter to The Success Company -- 62.7
  • Ostertag (Barna), Artists' Representative. Letter to The Proud Company -- 62.7
  • Overholt, Frances. Bill for The Proud Company -- 62.7
  • Padula, Edward, 1916- . Letter to The Proud Company -- 64.1
  • Paige, Marvin. Letter to The Success Company -- 64.1
  • Para-Type Stationery Corp. Bills for Mr. Wonderful Company -- 64.1
  • Paramount Pictures, Inc. Letter to The Success Company -- 64.1
  • Parchman, William E., 1936- . Letter to unidentified recipient -- 64.1
  • Pardoll, David, 1908- . Letters to Dicker, Dorothy -- 64.1
  • Passmore, Trevor S. Letters to The Proud Company -- 64.1
  • Pearl, Louise. Letter to The Proud Company -- 64.1
  • Peck, Charles K., Jr. The gray sergeant, synopses -- 64.2
  • Pelzman, Lee. Letter to Mr. Wonderful Company -- 64.1
  • Pennsylvania Railroad Company. Letter and bill to Mr. Wonderful Company -- 64.1
  • Pennsylvania Railroad Company. Bills for The Success Company -- 64.1
  • Perkins, Anthony, 1932- . Postcard to The Darling Company -- 64.1
  • Perrotta, Freda. Letter to The Success Company -- 64.1
  • Peters, Laurie. Letter to The Darling Company -- 64.1
  • Philadelphia Theatregoers. Letter to Goldreyer, Michael -- 64.3
  • Phillips, Maurice. Letter to Toohey, John -- 64.3
  • Pincus, Mathilde. Bills for The Proud Company -- 64.3
  • Pincus (Mathilde) Music Arranging and Copying Center. Bills for The Proud Company -- 64.4-5
  • Pinkard, Maceo. Sugar, sheet music -- 94.1
  • Piper, Will and Jay Ingram. The gauntlet, script -- 64.6
  • Piser Memorial Chapels. Statement for Styne, Jule -- 64.3
  • The Play of the Month Guild. Letters to The Proud Company -- 64.3
  • The Play of the Month Guild. Letter to The Success Company -- 64.3
  • Playhouses, Inc. of Florida. Prospectus -- 64.3
  • Port-O-Vox Corp. Bills for The Darling Company -- 64.3
  • Premiere Theatre, Toronto. Letters to The Success Company -- 64.7
  • Prince, Neal. Shake the peach tree, script -- 64.8
  • Producers Music Publishing Company, Inc. Contract with Hunter, Evan (aka Ed McBain) -- 64.7
  • Professional Artists. Letter to The Darling Company -- 64.7
  • Props by Arden, Inc. Letter to The Darling Company -- 64.7
  • Props by Arden, Inc. Estimate and bills for The Proud Company -- 64.7
  • The Proud Company. Attraction payroll -- 65.2
  • The Proud Company. Audit report -- 65.1
  • The Proud Company. Auditions -- 65.1
  • The Proud Company. Box office statements, New Haven – Philadelphia -- 65.3
  • The Proud Company. Box office statements, New York -- 65.3
  • The Proud Company. Budget estimates -- 65.3
  • The Proud Company. Casting notes -- 65.4
  • The Proud Company. Chorus and understudy lists -- 65.4
  • The Proud Company. Circular communications for theatre party agents -- 65.4
  • The Proud Company. Deposit receipts -- 65.4
  • The Proud Company. Hotel reservations -- 65.5
  • The Proud Company. House seats -- 65.5
  • The Proud Company. House ticket records -- 65.6
  • The Proud Company. Investors -- 65.5
  • The Proud Company. Miscellaneous bills -- 66.1
  • The Proud Company. Miscellaneous costume expenses -- 66.1
  • The Proud Company. Miscellaneous electrical bills -- 66.1
  • The Proud Company. Miscellaneous prop bills -- 66.1
  • The Proud Company. Miscellaneous publicity bills -- 66.1
  • The Proud Company. Miscellaneous staff notes -- 66.1
  • The Proud Company. Opening night tickets -- 66.2
  • The Proud Company. Production staff and cast lists for First impressions -- 66.2
  • The Proud Company. Recording schedule -- 66.3
  • The Proud Company. Recording session -- 66.3
  • The Proud Company. Rehearsal and performance notes -- 66.3
  • The Proud Company. Rehearsal expenses -- 66.3
  • The Proud Company. Rehearsal schedules -- 66.3
  • The Proud Company. Route book -- 66.3
  • The Proud Company. Schedule for Billie Steinberg theatre parties -- 66.4
  • The Proud Company. Schedules for Esther Littauer theatre parties -- 66.4
  • The Proud Company. Schedules for Frances Drill theatre parties -- 66.4
  • The Proud Company. Statement of income and expenses -- 66.4
  • The Proud Company. Theatre party schedules and information -- 66.4
  • The Proud Company. Letter to Actors' Equity Association -- 66.5
  • The Proud Company. Letter to Alvin Theatre -- 66.5
  • The Proud Company. Letter to Alvin Theatre Box Office -- 66.5
  • The Proud Company. Letters to American Federation of Musicians Local 802 -- 66.5
  • The Proud Company. Telegram to Ashton, Frederick, Sir -- 66.5
  • The Proud Company. Letters to Associated Musicians of Greater New York -- 66.5
  • The Proud Company. Letter to Association Theatrical Press Agents and Managers -- 66.5
  • The Proud Company. Telegram to Benny, Jack -- 66.5
  • The Proud Company. Letter to Bergen, Polly -- 66.5
  • The Proud Company. Letter to Calta, Louis -- 66.5
  • The Proud Company. Letters (closing notices) to cast and staff -- 66.5
  • The Proud Company. Letter to Century Lighting, Inc. -- 66.5
  • The Proud Company. Letter to Chelsea Warehouse, Inc. -- 66.5
  • The Proud Company. Letter to Clark, Dick -- 66.5
  • The Proud Company. Letter to Colt, Alvin -- 66.5
  • The Proud Company. Letters to Elson, Charles -- 66.6
  • The Proud Company. Telegrams to Farrell, Anthony Brady -- 66.6
  • The Proud Company. Letter to French (Samuel) -- 66.6
  • The Proud Company. Letters to Furman, Blanche -- 66.6
  • The Proud Company. Telegram to Gingold, Hermione -- 66.6
  • The Proud Company. Telegram to Gorlinsky, Sander A. -- 66.6
  • The Proud Company. Letter to Granger, Farley -- 66.6
  • The Proud Company. Letter to Greene, Evelyn -- 66.6
  • The Proud Company. Letter to Griswold, Whitney -- 66.6
  • The Proud Company. Letter to Hunzinger, H. Mark -- 66.7
  • The Proud Company. Letter to Hyman, Abe -- 66.7
  • The Proud Company. Letter to International Alliance Theatrical Stage Employees -- 66.7
  • The Proud Company. Letter to Kessler, Maurice -- 66.7
  • The Proud Company. Letter to Kupcinet, Irv -- 66.7
  • The Proud Company. Letter to Lecher, Aaron -- 66.7
  • The Proud Company. Letters to Loew's, Inc. -- 66.7
  • The Proud Company. Letter to Lotito, Louis -- 66.7
  • The Proud Company. Telegram to Mathis, Johnny -- 66.7
  • The Proud Company. Letter to Music Corporation of America Agency, Ltd. -- 66.7
  • The Proud Company. Letter to New York State. Supreme Court -- 66.7
  • The Proud Company. Letter to Play of the Month Guild, Inc. -- 66.7
  • The Proud Company. Telegrams to RCA Victor -- 66.7
  • The Proud Company. Letter to Robbins, Buddy -- 66.7
  • The Proud Company. Letter to Robinson, A. -- 66.7
  • The Proud Company. Letter to Robinson, Tom -- 66.7
  • The Proud Company. Letter to Ross, Lynn -- 66.7
  • The Proud Company. Letters to royalty recipients re waivers -- 66.7
  • The Proud Company. Letters to Safier, Gloria -- 66.8
  • The Proud Company. Letters to Samuel French, Inc. -- 66.8
  • The Proud Company. Letter to Sherman, Hiram -- 66.8
  • The Proud Company. Letter to Schurr, Lester -- 66.8
  • The Proud Company. Letter to Specter, Edward -- 66.8
  • The Proud Company. Letter to Steingart, Nat -- 66.8
  • The Proud Company. Letter to Steinway and Sons -- 66.8
  • The Proud Company. Letter to Strauss, Leonard K. -- 66.8
  • The Proud Company. Letter to Theatre Activities Corporation -- 66.8
  • The Proud Company. Letter to Toohey, Jack -- 66.8
  • The Proud Company. Letter to Tyne, Ethel -- 66.8
  • The Proud Company. Letter to Watson, Barbara -- 66.8
  • The Proud Company. Letters to Whom it may concern -- 66.8
  • Providence Journal. Review of Will success spoil Rock Hunter? -- 64.7
  • Quality House. Letter to Mr. Wonderful Company -- 67.1
  • RKO Radio Pictures, Inc. Letter to The Success Company -- 67.1
  • Racolin, Alexander E. Letter to The Proud Company -- 67.1
  • Radio Corporation of American. RCA Victor Record Division. Letter to The Darling Company -- 67.1
  • Ramrod Productions, Inc. Letter to Dicker, Dorothy -- 67.1
  • Rosehill Cemetery Co. Letters to Dicker, Dorothy -- 67.1
  • Random, Darrell. Something in mind, script -- 67.2
  • Reiss & Fabrizio, Inc. Letter to The Darling Company -- 67.1
  • Revlon. The big party, television script -- 67.3
  • Rialto Service Bureau, Inc. Bills for The Darling Company -- 67.1
  • Richman (Saul) Associates, Inc. Letter to Mr. Wonderful Company -- 67.1
  • Robin, Leo, 1900- . Ruggles of Red Gap: I have you to thank -- 67.4
  • Rodgers, Mary E. Letters to The Proud Company -- 67.4
  • Rodgers, Richard and Lorenz Hart. Babes in arms, script -- 67.5
  • Rodgers, Richard and Lorenz Hart. By Jupiter, script -- 67.6
  • Rodgers, Richard and Lorenz Hart. By Jupiter: Careless rhapsody, sheet music -- 94.2
  • Rodgers, Richard and Lorenz Hart. By Jupiter: Ev'rything I've got, sheet music -- 94.2
  • Rodgers, Richard and Lorenz Hart. By Jupiter: Here's a hand, sheet music -- 94.2
  • Rodgers, Richard and Lorenz Hart. By Jupiter: Jupiter forbid, sheet music -- 94.2
  • Rodgers, Richard and Lorenz Hart. By Jupiter: Nobody's heart, sheet music -- 94.2
  • Rodgers, Richard and Lorenz Hart. By Jupiter: Wait till you see her, sheet music -- 94.2
  • Rodgers, Richard and Lorenz Hart. Garrick gaieties: April fool, sheet music -- 94.3
  • Rodgers, Richard and Lorenz Hart. Garrick gaieties: Do you love me (I wonder), sheet music -- 94.3
  • Rodgers, Richard and Lorenz Hart. Garrick gaieties: Manhattan, sheet music -- 94.3
  • Rodgers, Richard and Lorenz Hart. Garrick gaieties: Old fashioned girl, sheet music -- 94.3
  • Rodgers, Richard and Lorenz Hart. Garrick gaieties: On with the dance, sheet music -- 94.3
  • Rodgers, Richard and Lorenz Hart. Garrick gaieties: Sentimental me, sheet music -- 94.3
  • Rodgers, Richard and Lorenz Hart. I married an angel, script -- 67.7
  • Rodgers, Richard and Lorenz Hart. I garried an angel: Did you ever get stung?, sheet music -- 94.4
  • Rodgers, Richard and Lorenz Hart. I married an angel: How to win friends and influence people, sheet music -- 94.4
  • Rodgers, Richard and Lorenz Hart. I married an angel: I'll tell the man in the street, sheet music -- 94.4
  • Rodgers, Richard and Lorenz Hart. I married an angel: I married an angel, sheet music -- 94.4
  • Rodgers, Richard and Lorenz Hart. I married an angel: Spring is here, sheet music -- 94.4
  • Rodgers, Richard and Lorenz Hart. I married an angel: A twinkle in your eye, sheet music -- 94.4
  • Rodgers, Richard and Lorenz Hart. Jumbo: The circus on parade, sheet music -- 94.5
  • Rodgers, Richard and Lorenz Hart. Jumbo: Diavolo, sheet music -- 94.5
  • Rodgers, Richard and Lorenz Hart. Jumbo: Little girl blue, sheet music -- 94.5
  • Rodgers, Richard and Lorenz Hart. Jumbo: The most beautiful girl in the world, sheet music -- 94.5
  • Rodgers, Richard and Lorenz Hart. Jumbo: My romance, sheet music -- 94.5
  • Rodgers, Richard and Lorenz Hart. Jumbo: Over and over again, sheet music -- 94.5
  • Rodgers, Richard and Lorenz Hart. On your toes: Glad to be unhappy, sheet music -- 94.6
  • Rodgers, Richard and Lorenz Hart. On your toes: The heart is quicker than the eye, sheet music -- 94.6
  • Rodgers, Richard and Lorenz Hart. On your toes: It's got to be love, sheet music -- 94.6
  • Rodgers, Richard and Lorenz Hart. On your toes: On your toes, sheet music -- 94.6
  • Rodgers, Richard and Lorenz Hart. On your toes: Quiet night, sheet music -- 94.6
  • Rodgers, Richard and Lorenz Hart. On your toes: There's a small hotel, sheet music -- 94.6
  • Rodgers, Richard and Lorenz Hart. On your toes: Too good for the average man, sheet music -- 94.6
  • Rodgers, Richard and Lorenz Hart. Pal Joey, conductor's score, song sheets -- 68.2-5
  • Rodgers, Richard and Lorenz Hart. Pal Joey: Bewitched (bothered and bewildered), sheet music -- 94.7
  • Rodgers, Richard, Lorenz Hart and George Abbott. On your toes, script -- 68.1
  • Rodgers and Hart Songbook. Estimated production budget -- 67.4
  • Romm, Harry. Letter to Mr. Wonderful Company -- 67.4
  • Romoff, Colin, 1924- . Bills for the Darling Company -- 67.4
  • Rosenman, Mervin. Telegram to American Theatre, St. Louis -- 67.4
  • Rosenman, Mervin. Letters to Axelrod, George -- 67.4
  • Rosenman, Mervin. Letters to The Success Company -- 67.4
  • Roshkind, Michael, 1921- . Letter to Herscher, Sylvia -- 68.6
  • Roshkind (Michael) Company. Letter to The Success Company -- 68.6
  • Ross, Lynn. Letter to The Proud Company -- 68.6
  • Ross, Newton B. Letter to The Darling Company -- 68.6
  • Rossi, Tony. Letter to Mr. Wonderful Company -- 68.6
  • Roussin, André, 1911- . Mamma, script -- 68.7
  • Royal Letter Co. Bills for The Darling Company -- 68.6
  • Royal Letter Co. Bills for Mr. Wonderful Company -- 68.6
  • Royal Letter Co. Bills for The Success Company -- 68.6
  • Rubin, Joseph L. Letter to Gilbert, George -- 68.6
  • Russell, A. J. Bravo Giovanni, script -- 68.6
  • Safier (Gloria), Agent. Letter to The Success Company -- 68.8
  • St. James Hotel, Philadelphia. Letter to Mr. Wonderful Company -- 68.8
  • St. Vincent Ferrer School Parent-Teachers Association. Letter to Mr. Wonderful Company -- 68.8
  • Saligman, Robert. Letter to Mr. Wonderful Company -- 68.8
  • Santa Cruz, California. Letter to Mr. Wonderful Company -- 68.8
  • Sarrow, Joan. Lettter to Mr. Wonderful Company -- 68.8
  • Scheftel, Stuart, 1910- . Letter to The Proud Company -- 68.8
  • Schrier, Morris M. Letter to The Proud Company -- 68.8
  • Schulman, Arnold, 1925- . The nose of Jerry Pepper, script -- 68.9-69.1
  • Scimone, Frank A. Letter to The Proud Company -- 68.8
  • Scott, Francis M., III. Letter to Robins, Buddy -- 68.8
  • Segal, B. H. Letter to Carr, Bob and Ed Lutz -- 68.8
  • Select Operating Corp. Bills to The Darling Company -- 69.2
  • Select Operating Corp. Bills to Mr. Wonderful Company -- 69.2
  • Select Operating Corp. Letters to The Success Company -- 69.2
  • Sellin, Neil. Letter to Mr. Wonderful Company -- 69.2
  • Seton, Susan. Letter to Mr. Wonderful Company -- 69.2
  • Shaw, David. Ruggles of Red Gap, television script -- 69.4
  • Shay, Sylvia. Letter to Mr. Wonderful Company -- 69.3
  • Shearing, John A. Letter to Mr. Wonderful Company -- 69.3
  • Sherman, Allan, 1924-1973. Where did you go? Out. What did you do? Nothing, screenplay -- 69.5
  • Sherman, Charles Lester, 1880- . Letter to The Proud Company -- 69.3
  • Sherman, Martin. Aspirins and chickenfat, screenplay -- 69.6
  • Shiffrin (William) Agency. Letter to Baum-Newborn Agency -- 69.3
  • Shilensky, Sylvia. Letter to The Success Company -- 69.3
  • Short, Bobby, 1926- . Letters to The Success Company -- 69.3
  • Showcase Productions, Inc. Ruggles of Red Gap, rehearsal schedule -- 69.3
  • Showcase Productions, Inc. Ruggles of Red Gap, settings -- 69.3
  • Showcase Productions, Inc. Ruggles of Red Gap, staff list -- 69.3
  • Shubert Theatre, New Haven. Letters to The Proud Company -- 69.3
  • Shurr, Lester. Letter to The Proud Company -- 69.3
  • Siegel, Sam S. Letter to Mr. Wonderful Company -- 69.3
  • Sillman, Leonard Richard, 1913- . Letter to Gilbert, George -- 69.3
  • Sillman, Leonard Richard, 1913- . Letter to Obre, Barbara G. -- 69.3
  • Sillman, Leonard Richard, 1913- . Letter to The Proud Company -- 69.3
  • Simon, Neil, 1927- . One shoe off, script -- 70.1
  • Singer, Ray and Dick Chevillat. Guardian angel, synopsis -- 70.2
  • Singer Associates. Letter to Dicker, Dorothy -- 69.3
  • Sixth Avenue Credit Union. Letter to Jule Styne Associates -- 69.3
  • Small (Lillian Schary) Associates, Ltd. Letters to Loew, Arthur, Jr. -- 69.3
  • Smith, Oliver, 1918- . Letters to The Darling Company -- 69.3
  • Smith, Oliver, 1918- . Letter to The Proud Company -- 69.3
  • Smith, Oliver, 1918- . Letter to The Success Company -- 69.3
  • Sorel, Edward, 1929- and José Ygelsias. Moon missing, script -- 70.4
  • Spanton, Anthony P. Audit reports for Say, darling -- 70.5
  • Spanton, Anthony P. Letters to Mr. Wonderful Company -- 70.5
  • Spector, Robert. Letter to The Proud Company -- 70.3
  • Spector-Kay Sign Company. Bill for Mr. Wonderful Company -- 70.3
  • Stander, Lionel, 1908- . Telegram to The Success Company -- 70.3
  • Stein, Joseph, 1912- and Will Glickman. Mr. Wonderful, scripts -- 70.6-71.5
  • Stein, Julian, 1924- . Bill for The Proud Company -- 70.3
  • Steinway & Sons, New York. Letters to The Darling Company -- 70.3
  • Steinway & Sons, New York. Letter to Mr. Wonderful Company -- 70.3
  • Stevens, Morton, 1929- . Bills for Mr. Wonderful Company -- 70.3
  • Stewart, Adele. Postcards to Donohue, Jack -- 70.3
  • Stillman & Stillman. Letter to The Success Company -- 71.6
  • Stinson, J. J. Letter to Shubert Theatre Management -- 71.6
  • Stratford Investors. Letter to The Proud Company -- 71.6
  • Stratford Music Corporation. Letter to The Proud Company -- 71.6
  • Strauss, Leonard K. Letter to The Proud Company -- 71.6
  • Stromberg, Hunt, 1894-1968. A tall tale, synopsis -- 71.6
  • Sturges, Preston, 1898-1959. Make a wish, script -- 71.7
  • Styne, Jule, 1905- . Bills -- 72.1
  • Styne, Jule, 1905- . Cast and staff lists for The Something More! Company -- 72.1
  • Styne, Jule, 1905- . The dangerous Christmas of Red Riding Hood, cast and staff lists -- 72.2
  • Styne, Jule, 1905- . The dangerous Christmas of Red Riding Hood, financial notes -- 72.2
  • Styne, Jule, 1905- . The dangerous Christmas of Red Riding Hood, notes -- 72.2
  • Styne, Jule, 1905- . The dangerous Christmas of Red Riding Hood, schedules -- 72.2
  • Styne, Jule, 1905- . The dangerous Christmas of Red Riding Hood, timing sheets -- 72.2
  • Styne, Jule, 1905- . Fade out – fade in / A girl to remember, production dates -- 72.3
  • Styne, Jule, 1905- . Fade out – fade in / A girl to remember, production schedule -- 72.3
  • Styne, Jule, 1905- . Fade out – fade in, cast and staff directories -- 72.3
  • Styne, Jule, 1905- . Fade out – fade in, notes -- 72.4
  • Styne, Jule, 1905- . Fade out – fade in, running order -- 72.5
  • Styne, Jule, 1905- . Fade out – fade in, synopsis of scenes and musical numbers -- 72.5
  • Styne, Jule, 1905- . Financial records for First Impressions Company -- 81.1-82.1
  • Styne, Jule, 1905- . Financial records for The Proud Company -- 83.1
  • Styne, Jule, 1905- . Financial records for The Say, Darling Company -- 84.1-85.1
  • Styne, Jule, 1905- . First impressions, programs -- 94.8
  • Styne, Jule, 1905- . First impressions, publicity and reviews -- 94.9
  • Styne, Jule, 1905- . Funny girl, bulletin -- 73.1
  • Styne, Jule, 1905- . Funny girl, cast and staff directories -- 73.2
  • Styne, Jule, 1905- . Funny girl, cast breakdown -- 73.3
  • Styne, Jule, 1905- . Funny girl, notebooks; also includes notes on Arturo Ui, Do re mi, and Wonderworld --73.4
  • Styne, Jule, 1905- . Funny girl, notes -- 73.5-74.2
  • Styne, Jule, 1905- . Funny girl, running order -- 74.3
  • Styne, Jule, 1905- . Funny girl, programs -- 94.10
  • Styne, Jule, 1905- . Funny girl, schedules -- 74.4
  • Styne, Jule, 1905- . Garrick gaieties, list of numbers -- 72.1
  • Styne, Jule, 1905- . Gypsy, musical publicity package -- 94.11
  • Styne, Jule, 1905- . Gypsy, rehearsal notes -- 72.1
  • Styne, Jule, 1905- . Memorandum re Jerome Robbins' surprise party -- 74.5
  • Styne, Jule, 1905- . Miscellaneous -- 74.5
  • Styne, Jule, 1905- . Miscellaneous clippings -- 95.14
  • Styne, Jule, 1905- . Miscellaneous photographs -- 95.15
  • Styne, Jule, 1905- . Miscellaneous printed materials (music) -- 95.16
  • Styne, Jule, 1905- . Miscellaneous printed materials (theatre) -- 95.17
  • Styne, Jule, 1905- . Miscellaneous printed materials (general) -- 95.18
  • Styne, Jule, 1905- . Mr. Wonderful, outline notes -- 74.5
  • Styne, Jule, 1905- . Mr. Wonderful, photographs -- 94.12
  • Styne, Jule, 1905- . Mr. Wonderful, publicity and reviews -- 94.13, osf 1
  • Styne, Jule, 1905- . Note -- 74.5
  • Styne, Jule, 1905- . Notes on Mr. Wonderful -- 74.5
  • Styne, Jule, 1905- . One shoe off, informational material -- 74.5
  • Styne, Jule, 1905- . One shoe off, schedule and lists -- 74.5
  • Styne, Jule, 1905- . Proposed acquisitions (art) -- 74.5
  • Styne, Jule, 1905- . Rodgers and Hart festival, prospectus -- 74.6
  • Styne, Jule, 1905- . Say, darling, award of merit from Actors' Fund -- 94.14
  • Styne, Jule, 1905- . Say, darling, cast and scene breakdown -- 74.6
  • Styne, Jule, 1905- . Say, darling, New York City Convention Bureau, printed materials -- 94.15
  • Styne, Jule, 1905- . Say, darling, photographs -- 94.16
  • Styne, Jule, 1905- . Say, darling, programs -- 94.17-18
  • Styne, Jule, 1905- . Say, darling, publicity -- 95.1
  • Styne, Jule, 1905- . Say, darling, rehearsal notes -- 74.6
  • Styne, Jule, 1905- . Say, darling, sheet music: Dance only with me -- 95.2
  • Styne, Jule, 1905- . Say, darling, sheet music: It's the second time you meet that matters -- 95.2
  • Styne, Jule, 1905- . Say, darling, sheet music: My little yellow dress -- 95.2
  • Styne, Jule, 1905- . Say, darling, sheet music: Say, darling -- 95.2
  • Styne, Jule, 1905- . Say, darling, sheet music: Try to love me just as I am -- 95.2
  • Styne, Jule, 1905- . Say, darling, ticket information -- 95.3
  • Styne, Jule, 1905- . Something more!, cast and staff directory -- 95.4
  • Styne, Jule, 1905- . Something more!, costume designs (reproductions) 95.5
  • Styne, Jule, 1905- . Something more!, music breakdown -- 77.1
  • Styne, Jule, 1905- . Something more!, performance note cards -- 75.1-76.1
  • Styne, Jule, 1905- . Something more!, production schedule -- 77.1
  • Styne, Jule, 1905- . Something more!, programs -- 95.6
  • Styne, Jule, 1905- . Something more!, rehearsal and performance notes -- 77.2
  • Styne, Jule, 1905- . Something more!, running order -- 77.1
  • Styne, Jule, 1905- . Something more!, score and character breakdown -- 77.3
  • Styne, Jule, 1905- . Something more!, set designs -- 95.7, osf 2
  • Styne, Jule, 1905- . Something more!, song breakdown -- 77.3
  • Styne, Jule, 1905- . Something more!, timings -- 77.3
  • Styne, Jule, 1905- . Subways are for sleeping, program -- 95.8
  • Styne, Jule, 1905- . Things brought to the Hampshire House -- 74.6
  • Styne, Jule, 1905- . Two on the aisle, sheet music: Hold me-hold me- hold me -- 95.9
  • Styne, Jule, 1905- . The West Point story, sheet music: By the kissing rock -- 95.10
  • Styne, Jule, 1905- . The West Point story, sheet music: It's raining sundrops -- 95.10
  • Styne, Jule, 1905- . The West Point story, sheet music: Long before I knew you -- 95.10
  • Styne, Jule, 1905- . The West Point story, sheet music: The military polka -- 95.10
  • Styne, Jule, 1905- . The West Point story, sheet music: 10,400 and 32 sheep -- 95.10
  • Styne, Jule, 1905- . The West Point story, sheet music: You love me -- 95.10
  • Styne, Jule, 1905- . Will success spoil Rock Hunter?, contact sheets, photographs -- 95.11
  • Styne, Jule, 1905- . Will success spoil Rock Hunter?, programs -- 95.12
  • Styne, Jule, 1905- . Will success spoil Rock Hunter?, publicity and reviews -- 95.13
  • Styne (Jule) – Arthur Loew, Jr., Inc. Foreign play possibilities -- 77.4
  • Styne (Jule) Productions. Letters to Baum-Newborn Agency -- 77.4
  • Styne (Jule) Productions. Letter to Chemical Corn Exchange Bank -- 77.4
  • Styne (Jule) Productions. Staff notes -- 77.4
  • Styne (Jule) Productions. Letters to Osterman, Lester -- 77.4
  • Styne, Stanley. Letter to Herscher, Sylvia -- 71.6
  • Styne, Stanley. Letter to Radio Recorders -- 71.6
  • The Success Company. Accountant materials -- 77.5
  • The Success Company. Audition lists -- 77.5
  • The Success Company. Box office statements -- 77.5
  • The Success Company. Cast and staff directories -- 77.6
  • The Success Company. Cast and staff lists -- 77.6
  • The Success Company. Costume breakdown -- 77.6
  • The Success Company. Furniture and prop breakdown -- 77.6
  • The Success Company. Hotel and transportation expenses -- 77.6
  • The Success Company. Miscellaneous costume expenses -- 78.1
  • The Success Company. Miscellaneous electrical expenses -- 78.1
  • The Success Company. Miscellaneous expenses -- 78.1
  • The Success Company. Miscellaneous furniture and prop expenses -- 78.1
  • The Success Company. Miscellaneous medical bills -- 78.1
  • The Success Company. Miscellaneous publicity expenses -- 78.1
  • The Success Company. Miscellaneous scenery expenses -- 78.1
  • The Success Company. Opening night, preview and second night of tickets -- 78.2
  • The Success Company. Operating budget and estimates -- 78.2
  • The Success Company. Production and rehearsal schedules -- 78.2
  • The Success Company. Program credits -- 78.2
  • The Success Company. Publicity expenses -- 78.2
  • The Success Company. Scenery estimates -- 78.2
  • The Success Company. Staff notes -- 78.3
  • The Success Company. Letter to ASCAP -- 78.4
  • The Success Company. Letter to Allen, Fred -- 78.4
  • The Success Company. Letter to Allen, Rita -- 78.4
  • The Success Company. Letters to Associated Hospital Service of New York -- 78.4
  • The Success Company. Letters to Axelrod, George -- 78.4
  • The Success Company. Letter to Barry, Gene -- 78.4
  • The Success Company. Letter to Bean, Orson -- 78.4
  • The Success Company. Letter to Burns, David -- 78.4
  • The Success Company. Letter to cast -- 78.4
  • The Success Company. Letter to Columbia Pictures Corp. -- 78.4
  • The Success Company. Letter to Cue Magazine -- 78.4
  • The Success Company. Letter to Darcel, Denise -- 78.5
  • The Success Company. Letters to Desmond, Johnny -- 78.5
  • The Success Company. Letter to Doyle, David -- 78.5
  • The Success Company. Letters to The Dramatists Guild -- 78.5
  • The Success Company. Letter to Ewell, Tom -- 78.5
  • The Success Company. Letter to Forrest Theatre, Philadelphia -- 78.5
  • The Success Company. Letter to Forsyth, John -- 78.5
  • The Success Company. Letter to Franzman, Bernard -- 78.5
  • The Success Company. Letter to Gabor, Eva -- 78.6
  • The Success Company. Letter to Gallo, Lew -- 78.6
  • The Success Company. Letter to Gary, Harold -- 78.6
  • The Success Company. Letter to Gona, Consuela -- 78.6
  • The Success Company. Letter to Grossinger's -- 78.6
  • The Success Company. Letter to Hammerstein, Oscar -- 78.6
  • The Success Company. Letter to Hampton & Dietel -- 78.6
  • The Success Company. Letter to Hansen (Joseph C.) Co. -- 78.6
  • The Success Company. Letter to Hartford, Huntington -- 78.6
  • The Success Company. Letters to Health Insurance Plan of Greater New York -- 78.6
  • The Success Company. Letter to I.A.T.S.E. -- 78.7
  • The Success Company. Letter to Jacobson, Stan -- 78.7
  • The Success Company. Letter to Kelly, Lloyd -- 78.7
  • The Success Company. Letter to Kroll, Lucy -- 78.7
  • The Success Company. Letter to Lane, Abbe -- 78.7
  • The Success Company. Letter to Larkin, Peter -- 78.7
  • The Success Company. Letters to Lazar, Irving Paul -- 78.7
  • The Success Company. Letter to Levinson, Morris L. -- 78.7
  • The Success Company. Letters to Lewis, Marlo -- 78.7
  • The Success Company. Letter to Lotito, Louis -- 78.7
  • The Success Company. Letter to Lyons, Arthur -- 78.7
  • The Success Company. Letter to MCA Artists, Ltd. -- 78.8
  • The Success Company. Letter to Malone, Dorothy -- 78.8
  • The Success Company. Letter to Manges (Simon) & Son -- 78.8
  • The Success Company. Letter to Mansfield, Jayne -- 78.8
  • The Success Company. Letter to Marks (E. B.) Music Co. -- 78.8
  • The Success Company. Letter to Martin, Tony -- 78.8
  • The Success Company. Letter to Meehan, Daniel J. -- 78.8
  • The Success Company. Letter to Members of Will success spoil Rock Hunter? Company -- 78.8
  • The Success Company. Letter to Mostel, Zero -- 78.8
  • The Success Company. Letter to North, Sheree -- 78.8
  • The Success Company. Letter to Polan, Barron -- 78.8
  • The Success Company. Letter to Poston, Tom -- 78.8
  • The Success Company. Telegram to The production of Will success spoil Rock Hunter? -- 78.8
  • The Success Company. Letter to prospective investors -- 78.8
  • The Success Company. Letters to Rakeman (Chester) Scenic Studio, Inc. -- 78.9
  • The Success Company. Letter to Rayflex Company -- 78.9
  • The Success Company. Letter to Robbins Music Company -- 78.9
  • The Success Company. Letter to Rose, Billy -- 78.9
  • The Success Company. Telegram to Rosen, Al -- 78.9
  • The Success Company. Letter to Rosenman, Mervin -- 78.9
  • The Success Company. Letter to Royal Letter Co. -- 78.9
  • The Success Company. Letter to Safier, Gloria -- 78.9
  • The Success Company. Letter to Saroyan, Carol -- 78.9
  • The Success Company. Letter to Smith, Oliver -- 78.9
  • The Success Company. Letter to Styne, Stanley -- 78.9
  • The Success Company. Letter to Sullivan, Ed -- 78.9
  • The Success Company. Letter to Theatre Guild, Inc. -- 78.9
  • The Success Company. Letter to Thourlby, William -- 78.9
  • The Success Company. Letter to Wikin, Barbara -- 78.9
  • Surrey, Jane. Professional summary -- 71.6
  • Tabori, George, 1914- . Brouhaha, script -- 79.2
  • Tahse, Martin, 1930- . Letter to The Darling Company -- 79.1
  • Tait Transfer Co. Bills for Mr. Wonderful Company -- 79.3
  • Tait Transfer Co. Bills for The Proud Company -- 79.3
  • Tait Transfer Co. Bills for The Success Company -- 79.3
  • Tait Transfer Co. Invoices for The Darling Company -- 79.3
  • Talbot Studios. Bills for Mr. Wonderful Company -- 79.1
  • Talbot Studios. Bills for The Success Company -- 79.1
  • Tams-Witmark Music Library, Inc., New York. Letters to The Darling Company -- 79.1
  • Tashlin, Frank, 1913-1972. Will success spoil Rock Hunter?, screenplay -- 79.4
  • Taylor, Arnold. Telegram to Loos, Anita -- 79.1
  • Theatre Arts. Letter to The Success Company -- 79.5
  • Theatre-By-the-Sea, Matunuck, Rhode Island. Letters to The Success Company -- 79.5
  • Theatre Guild-American Theatre Society. Lettters to The Proud Company -- 79.5
  • Theatre Magazine. Letters to The Proud Company -- 79.5
  • Theatre Parties by Nina Graboi. Letter to Mr. Wonderful Company -- 79.5
  • Theatre Party Enterprises. Letter to Mr. Wonderful Company -- 79.5
  • Theatre Party Enterprises. Letters to The Proud Company -- 79.5
  • Theatrical Realities, Inc. Bills for The Darling Company -- 79.5
  • Theatrical Subsidiaries, Inc. Letter to Stockholders -- 79.5
  • Theatrical Wardrobe Attendants Union Local 764. Letters to The Darling Company -- 79.5
  • Theatrical Wardrobe Attendants Union Local 764. Letter to The Proud Company -- 79.5
  • Theatrical Wardrobe Attendants Union Local 764. Letter to The Success Company -- 79.5
  • Thourlby, Bill. Letter to Herscher, Sylvia -- 79.5
  • Tobin (Lenore) Theatre Party Bureau. Letter to The Darling Company -- 79.6
  • Tobin (Lenore) Theatre Party Bureau. Letters to The Proud Company -- 79.6
  • Tolan, Michael. Letter to The Success Company -- 79.6
  • Toohey, John L., 1916- . Log of Say, darling publicity -- 79.6
  • Toohey, John L., 1916- . Press releases for First impressions -- 79.6
  • Toohey, John L., 1916- . Record of First impressions publicity -- 79.6
  • Toohey, John L., 1916- . Letter to Dicker, Dorothy -- 79.6
  • Trattner, Ernest and Adrian Landis. Carnegie Hall, synopsis -- 79.7
  • Travelers Insurance Company. Letter to Mr. Wonderful Company -- 79.6
  • Trebuhs Realty Co., Inc. Letter to Mr. Wonderful Company -- 79.6
  • Triad Productions, Inc. Bill for The Proud Company -- 79.6
  • Tugend, Jean. Letter to Mr. Wonderful Company -- 79.6
  • Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corporation. Letters to The Success Company -- 79.6
  • Tyler, Kevin A. Letter to unidentified recipient -- 79.6
  • Uncle Sam Umbrella Shop. Bills for the Proud Company -- 79.8
  • United Booking Office, Inc. Letters to Mr. Wonderful Company -- 79.8
  • United Booking Office, Inc. Letters to The Success Company -- 79.8
  • United Cerebral Palsy Association of Nassau County, Inc. Letter to The Darling Company -- 79.8
  • United Scenic Artists Association. Letters to Mr. Wonderful Company -- 79.8
  • United Scenic Artists Association. Letter to The Success Company -- 79.8
  • Valando, Thomas. Letters to Mr. Wonderful Company -- 80.1
  • Vanderbilt, Neil. Letter to The Proud Company -- 80.1
  • Van Druten, John William, 1901-1957. The girl in the opera length hose, script -- 80.2
  • Van Horn Costumes. Letter to The Proud Company -- 80.1
  • Van Patten (Jo) Agency. Letter to The Proud Company -- 80.1
  • Van Pattern, Richard. Letter to The Darling Company -- 80.1
  • Variety Arts Studios. Letter to The Proud Company -- 80.1
  • Walker (Don), Music Arranging. Bills for The Proud Company -- 80.3
  • Wall, Hank. Letter to Mr. Wonderful Company -- 80.3
  • Wall Street Journal. Letter to The Success Company -- 80.3
  • Warner, J. Arthur. Letter to The Success Company -- 80.3
  • Washburn, Charles. Letter to unidentified recipients -- 80.3
  • Wasser, Harriet. Letter to Dicker, Dorothy -- 80.3
  • Waters, Arthur. Review of Will success spoil Rock Hunter? -- 80.3
  • Wayne, Paula, 1937- . Letter to The Darling Company -- 80.3
  • Wayne, Paula, 1937- . Receipt for The Darling Company -- 80.3
  • Weaver, Dick. Letter to Herscher, Sylvia -- 80.3
  • Weiner (Lawrence) & Associates. Advertising accounts for The Proud Company -- 80.4
  • Weiner (Lawrence) & Associates. Bills for advertising to The Darling Company -- 80.4
  • Weiner (Lawrence) & Associates. Letters to The Success Company -- 80.4
  • Weintraub, W. H. Letter to Mr. Wonderful Company -- 80.3
  • Weiss, George, 1893-1964. Directions for reaching his home -- 80.5
  • Weiss, George, 1893-1964. Freedomland U.S.A., lyrics -- 80.5
  • Weiss (I.) and Sons. Bills to The Darling Company -- 80.5
  • Weiss (I.) and Sons. Letter to Goldreyer, Mike -- 80.5
  • Weiss (I.) and Sons. Letters to and estimate for The Proud Company -- 80.5
  • Weisz, Mela. Letter to The Proud Company -- 80.5
  • Westcort Company. Letters to The Success Company -- 80.5
  • Western Union Telegraph Company. Telegram to Herscher, Sylvia -- 80.5
  • Wettach, Michael. Letter to The Darling Company -- 80.5
  • Wettach, Michael. Letter to The Success Company -- 80.5
  • Where What When, Inc. Bill for The Proud Company -- 80.6
  • Wilkinson, Ernest L., 1899- . Letter to The Proud Company -- 80.6
  • Williams, Addie. Letter to The Proud Company -- 80.6
  • Williams, Paul B. Note to The Proud Company -- 80.6
  • Winzer (Ernest) Co., Inc. Letter to The Proud Company -- 80.6
  • Women's Wear Daily. Letter to Mr. Wonderful Company -- 80.6
  • Wood, Audrey, 1905- . Letter to Herscher, Sylvia -- 80.6
  • Woodward (Lee L.) Sons. Letter to The Success Company -- 80.6
  • Wooldridge, J. M. Letter to The Proud Company -- 80.6
  • WOR (Radio Station), New York. Letter to The Success Company -- 80.6
  • Young & Rubicam, Inc., New York. Letter to Herscher, Sylvia -- 80.6
  • Zara, Louis, 1910- . The white bird, script -- 80.7
  • Zevin, Harry. Letters to The Success Company -- 80.6
  • Zimmer (Jesse), hosiery & gloves. Bills for Mr. Wonderful Company -- 80.6
  • Zimmer (Jesse), hosiery & gloves. Bills for The Darling Company -- 80.6
  • Zimmer (Jesse), hosiery & gloves. Bills for The Proud Company -- 80.6
  • Zinn, Arthur. Bills for The Success Company -- 80.6

Explanatory Note Concerning Manuscript Collections Cataloged in the Card Catalog

Prior to 1990 when archival cataloging procedures were adopted at the Ransom Center, all manuscript collections were described in a card catalog.

Organization of Collections:

Manuscripts for each author collection were organized into four categories:

  • Works: manuscripts by the author, arranged alphabetically by title;
  • Letters: the author's outgoing correspondence, arranged alphabetically by recipient name;
  • Recipient: the author's incoming correspondence, arranged alphabetically by the author of the letter; and
  • Miscellaneous: all other manuscripts and correspondence, arranged alphabetically by creator.

Materials that did not fit into these categories, such as art, photographs, books, and near-print materials such as newspaper clippings, were dispersed to other Ransom Center collections for cataloging and storage.

Abbreviations Used in Descriptions:

The symbols below were used in combinations. For example ALS means autograph letter signed; Tccms means typed carbon copy manuscript, etc.

  • A = autograph (i.e., handwritten)
  • T = typed
  • S = signed
  • I = initialed
  • Ms = manuscript
  • Mss = manuscripts
  • L = letter
  • FL = form letter
  • N = note
  • D = document
  • C = card
  • PC = post card
  • cc = carbon copy
  • p = page
  • pp = pages
  • l = leaf
  • ll = leaves
  • nd = no date
  • inc d = incomplete date