University of Texas, Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center

John Gassner:

An Inventory of His Collection at the Harry Ransom Center



Creator: Gassner, John, 1903-1967
Title: John Gassner Papers
Dates: 1894-1983 (bulk 1950-1967), undated
Abstract: The papers of the Hungarian-born American theatre historian, critic, educator, and anthologist John Gassner contain manuscripts for numerous works, extensive correspondence, career and personal papers, research materials, and works by others, forming a notable record of Gassner’s contributions to theatre history.
Call Number: Manuscript Collection MS-54109
Extent: 151 document boxes, 3 oversize boxes (65.51 linear feet), 22 galley folders (gf), 2 oversize folders (osf)
Language: Chiefly English, with materials also in Dutch, French, German, Greek, Hebrew, Italian, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Spanish, Swedish, and Turkish
Repository: The University of Texas at Austin, Harry Ransom Center

Biographical Sketch

John Gassner was a noted theatre critic, writer, and editor, a respected anthologist, and an esteemed professor of drama. He was born Jeno Waldhorn Gassner on January 30, 1903, in Máramarossziget, Hungary, and his family emigrated to the United States in 1911. He showed an early interest in theatre, appearing in a school production of Shakespeare’s The Tempest in 1915. Gassner attended Dewitt Clinton High School in New York City and was a supporter of socialism during this era.

He earned two degrees at Columbia University, a Bachelor of Arts (1924) and Master of Arts (1925). Shortly after graduation, Gassner married Mollie Kern in 1926; the couple had one daughter, Caroline, born in 1929.

After earning his masters, Gassner first lectured at the Labor Temple School (1925) and the Columbia University Home Study Division (1927) before teaching different aspects of literature, theatre, and drama at Hunter College (1928-1945), Queens College (1948-1956), and the School of Dramatic Arts at Columbia University (1949-1956). He was appointed Sterling Professor of Playwriting and Dramatic Literature at Yale University in 1956 and remained there until his death in 1967. He served as a summer faculty member at the prestigious Bread Loaf Writers’ Conference (1937-1941) and was also head of Playwriting and Theatre History at Erwin Piscator’s Dramatic Workshop at the New School for Social Research (1940-1950). He also lectured at John Hopkins University (1946), the University of Montevallo (1953), the University of Michigan (1954), Harvard University (1965), and at many other American, British, and international colleges and universities.

While Gassner was working in the world of academia, he also embarked on a prolific and successful writing and editing career, starting as a book reviewer at the New York Herald-Tribune (1925-1928). Gassner contributed regularly as a critic or editor to a number of publications including New Theatre Magazine (1934-1937), The Forum (1937), Time Magazine (1938), Direction (1937-1941), One Act Play Magazine (1937-1941), Forum and Column Review and Current History Newsletter (both 1941-1949), The Survey (1951-1952), Theatre Arts (1951-1954), Educational Theatre Journal (1951-1967), and Tulane Drama Review (1957-1967).

Gassner was also in-demand as a critic and reviewer in other media and served as a drama critic for the radio shows Broadway Talks Back (1945-1948), Author Meets Critic (1945-1948), Invitation to Learning (1947-1963), Books on Trial and reviewed New York plays for WQXR radio (1947). He also appeared on the television shows Camera 3 and Accent (both 1959) and was an editorial advisor for Omnibus and Excursion (both 1952-1954).

John Gassner’s efforts as an author, co-author, anthologist, editor, and co-editor led to a lengthy and distinguished publishing career. His works included A Treasury of the Theatre (with Burns Mantle, 1935, enlarged and revised in 1951 and 1960), Twenty Best Plays of the Modern American Theatre (1939, the first of nine volumes of his Best American Plays series), Masters of the Drama (1940, revised and enlarged in 1945 and 1954), Producing the Play (with Philip Barber, 1941, 1953), a popular college textbook, Our Heritage of World Literature (with Stith Thompson, 1942), Twenty Best Film Plays (with Dudley Nichols, 1943, plus two later volumes), Best Plays of the Modern American Theatre (1945), Twenty-Five Best Plays of the Modern American Theatre (1949), The Theatre in Our Times (1954), Form and the Idea in Modern Theatre (1956; revised as Directions in Modern Theatre and Drama, 1965), Twenty Best European Plays on the American Stage (1957), Four Great Elizabethan Plays (1959), Theatre at the Crossroads (1960), Ideas in the Drama (1963), Introducing the Drama (with Morris Sweetkind, 1963), The Nature of Art (with Sidney Thomas, 1964), Theatre and Drama in the Making (with Ralph Allen, 1964), and Best Plays of the Early American Theatre (1966), among other writings.

Gassner also worked as a play reader, editor, and finally head of the play department for the Theatre Guild (1929-1944) and headed up the Bureau of New Plays (1938-1944) with Theresa Helburn, which gave early sponsorship to Tennessee Williams and Arthur Miller, among other playwrights. He also created and managed a play department for Columbia Pictures (1944-1947). He himself adapted several plays over the years, including Versailles by Emil Ludwig (produced by the Theatre Guild as Peace Palace, 1931), Jeremiah by Stefan Zweig (1939), Minnie and Mr. Williams, which he also co-produced on Broadway (1948). Gassner was also a playwright in his own right, penning The White Whale (1934) and dramatizing Robinson Jeffers’ Tower Beyond Tragedy for a California production starring Dame Judith Anderson (1940).

Additionally, Gassner served as a judge for many awards, most notably on the Pulitzer Prize drama panel from 1957-1963, encountering controversies when the advisory board passed over their recommendations. This occured with both Lillian Hellman’s Toys in the Attic (1960) and Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? by Edward Albee (1963), causing Gassner and his colleague John Mason Brown to resign from the jury.

Gassner himself received many awards and honors during his career, among them an honorary M.A. from Yale University (1956) and the American Educational Theatre Association award of merit (1959). He was busy working on an anthology of his own writings (Dramatic Soundings) at the time of his death on April 2, 1967. It was completed by his wife Mollie, and published posthumously in 1968.


Scope and Contents

The papers of the Hungarian-born American theatre historian, critic, educator, and anthologist John Gassner (1903-1967) contain manuscripts for numerous works, extensive correspondence, career and personal papers, research materials, and works by others, forming a notable record of Gassner’s contributions to theatre history. Many of Gassner’s colleagues are represented in the papers, including fellow critics, editors, educators, publishers, and theatre professionals, as well as noted performers and playwrights, students, fans, and family members, most notably wife Mollie Kern Gassner who often assisted her husband and continued this role after John Gassner’s death.

The papers span 1894-1983, with the bulk dating from the period from 1950 until Gassner’s death in 1967. The papers are organized into five series, I. Works; II. Letters; III. Recipient; IV. Miscellaneous; and V. Additional Materials. The John Gassner papers in Series I.-IV. (boxes 1-87) were previously described only in a card catalog. This finding aid replicates and replaces that description. Please see the explanatory note at the end of this finding aid for information regarding the arrangement of those manuscripts as well as the abbreviations commonly used in the descriptions. Gassner’s papers were formerly part of the Ransom Center’s Theater Arts Manuscripts Collection, but now form a separate, discrete collection.

Manuscripts, notes, and proofs for Gassner’s writings make up Series I. Works, 1926-1969, and represent his output of anthologies, articles, book reviews, columns, criticism, introductions, lectures, play adaptations, play reports, poetry, and speeches. The materials are arranged alphabetically by title. Dominant among the works are his various Best Plays volumes, "Broadway in Review" column, Directions in Modern Theatre and Drama, work toward Dramatic Soundings (posthumously published), Elizabethan Drama, Our Heritage of World Literature, and A Treasury of the Theatre. Also present are Gassner’s lectures for his Drama 126 class at Yale University, 1962-1964, as well as extensive notes on a variety of literary and theatre figures and subjects. All titles are represented in the Index of Works in this finding aid.

Series II. Letters, 1941-1967, contains outgoing letters written by Gassner that are arranged alphabetically by the recipient’s name. This is a small (1 box) gathering because much of Gassner’s outgoing correspondence was kept interfiled with his incoming correspondence in Series III. Recipient. There is an Index of Letters in this finding aid that lists all correspondent names represented in this series.

Gassner’s sizeable incoming correspondence is located in Series III. Recipient, 1925-1976, and is arranged alphabetically by the author’s name. A number of letters are accompanied by return correspondence, usually written by either Gassner or his wife, Mollie. The correspondence helps to demonstrate both his career activities and personal relationships with numerous colleagues and friends over many years, both individually or in connection with businesses or other organizations. His correspondents include fellow critics, educators, and theatre professionals; performers, playwrights, and other writers; publishers, presses, and journals; theatre-related organizations; colleges, universities, and foundations; and students and family members.

Among the many notable correspondents are Edward Albee, Stella Adler, Dame Judith Anderson, Robert Anderson, Brooks Atkinson, Julian Beck, S. N. Behrman, Eric Bentley, Marc Blitzstein, John Mason Brown, Stanley Burnshaw, Witter Bynner, E. P. Conkle, Clifton Fadiman, Angel Flores, Mordecai Gorelik, Paul Green, Theresa Helburn, Lillian Hellman, Glenn Hughes, William Inge, Robinson Jeffers, Margo Jones, Elia Kazan, Armina and Lawrence Langner, Arthur Miller, Sean O’Casey, Clifford Odets, Arvid Paulson, Elmer Rice, George Bernard Shaw, Ellen Terry, Audrey Wood, and Louis Zukofsky. There is also substantial correspondence with publishers, including Bantam Books, Thomas Y. Crowell Company, Crown Publishers, Inc., Dover Publications, Dryden Press, and Holt, Rinehart and Winston, Inc. An Index of Recipients in this finding aid lists all authors of correspondence to Gassner.

Noteworthy items include a 1957 personal reference letter Gassner wrote for Arthur Miller following Miller’s testimony before the House Un-American Activities Committee (folder 64.5), and a file concerning the Southern Literary Festival in 1964 (folder 70.3), with letters from the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC).

Series IV. Miscellaneous, 1921-1979, comprises Gassner materials that are not his own writings or correspondence, but instead are works by persons other than John Gassner, Gassner personal papers, or correspondence between others, arranged alphabetically by creator.

John Gassner materials in this series include agreements and contracts, personnel records, and a wedding announcement for daughter Caroline, along with other notes and items not related to specific Gassner works or to unrealized projects.

Much of the correspondence is written to or from Mollie Gassner after John Gassner’s death in 1967, including condolences, permissions requests, and letters from former Gassner publishers, colleagues, and students. There is also material for an anthology of plays edited by Mollie Gassner, and writings about Gassner by others, such as eulogies and memorial tributes.

Other items of interest include Theatre Guild-related correspondence (a 1921 letter from Eugene O’Neill to Lawrence Langner) and play reports for the Guild (written by Anita Bloch, Harold Clurman, Courtenay Lemon, Ludwig Lewisohn, and Louis Migliorini). There are also a few letters and cards (one is a facsimile) written by George Bernard Shaw to various persons, likely collected by Gassner, who was a member of the Shaw Society.

Series V., Additional Materials, 1894-1983, is comprised chiefly of printed or near print items withdrawn from the Gassner papers (Series I.-IV.) or library when originally arranged and described. Materials in this series are generally magazine and newspaper clippings or tearsheets, flyers, pamphlets, programs, and other printed ephemera. Additional materials in this series represent a few acquisitions received after card catalog description was completed, much of it additional printed materials received from Mrs. Gassner. Most of this material was arranged by subject or genre by Theatre Arts Collection staff and later described at box-level in a preliminary inventory (2002). For this new finding aid, the materials in this series are now arranged into six subseries: A. Works; B. Career and Personal Papers; C. Plays; D. Programs; E. Subject Files; and F. Works by Others.

Subseries A. Works, 1923-1975, is divided into Books, Articles, Plays, Poems, and Projects, and each group arranged alphabetically by title. This subseries contains printed clippings or tearsheets of Gassner writings or reviews of his works, forming a valuable adjunct to the manuscripts in Series I., Works. For that reason, the title index information for this subseries has been incorporated into the Index of Works in this finding aid.

Among the Books, one especially valuable group of clippings is present for Dramatic Soundings, representing Gassner writings such as columns grouped by journal title. There are also some other formats related to Gassner’s books, such as advertisements, publicity, dust jackets, and tearsheets, or even printed copies of Gassner works, with his handwritten markup for subsequent or proposed editions.

The Articles segment includes clippings of Gassner’s book reviews, columns, essays, introductions, lectures, prefaces, reports, speeches, or transcripts of broadcasts. There are a few typescripts present, most notably a 1940 play report for Arthur Miller’s Children of the Sun.

The Plays represent plays adapted, produced, or translated by Gassner and are chiefly documented by programs, review clippings, and some incomplete play texts. The Poems include clippings of poems by Gassner, which are among some of his earliest published writings. The Projects segment includes printed source materials gathered for unrealized projects on various topics, including playwriting, Shakespeare’s characters, speech, and two anthologies, one of poetry, another of science plays.

Subseries B, Career and Personal Papers, 1911-1983, mainly comprises printed materials concerning Gassner’s career that are arranged by categories that document his activities, such as awards judged or received, biographical and bibliographic data, teaching and other employment (particularly for Yale University), the Gassner papers and library acquired by the University of Texas, membership in various organizations, photographs, and travel (especially a 1962 international trip).

This subseries also contains a later acquisition of Gassner family correspondence, including early letters to his wife Mollie and a slightly larger group written to his daughter Caroline. The letters were usually written by Gassner while traveling and often detail where he was and what work he was doing. There are also two letters outlining his funeral wishes in 1961 and 1964. Index entries for the Gassner family correspondence have been added as appropriate to the Index of Letters, Index of Recipients, or Index of Miscellaneous.

A group of posthumous materials collected by Mollie Gassner includes obituaries and memorial tributes, works and papers by a few of Gassner’s students, and documentation of a number of awards given in Gassner’s memory by several different institutions.

Subseries C. Plays, 1894-1964, contains published play texts in the form of tearsheets removed from books or journals, now arranged alphabetically by title. These were most likely used by Gassner while compiling anthologies and many include his markup or annotations. Some, such as Sartre’s The Flies and Strindberg’s A Dream Play, provide good examples of Gassner’s working method. Also of note is a Stage for Action typed mimeo script of "You’re next!: A political playlet" by Arthur Miller, circa 1946. There are also a few bound playscripts as well as other typescripts of plays, usually mimeo or other reproductions. Separately published plays that were complete were removed and transferred for addition to John Gassner’s other books held at the Ransom Center.

Subseries D. Programs, circa 1920-1973, gathers programs and souvenir programs, chiefly for theatre productions, but also for some dance, opera, festivals, and other performances. These are arranged by theatre. A number of these seem related to Gassner’s international trip in 1962, with eleven representing productions in Turkey. There are also several programs for Theatre Guild productions. A few of the programs postdate Gassner’s death in 1967 and were collected by Mollie Gassner. Most other programs received from Gassner were absorbed into the various Playbills and Programs Collections in the Theater Arts Collection some years ago.

Subseries E. Subject Files, various dates (bulk 1920s-1960s), comprises printed research materials filed into two groups: Theatre and Other. These are mainly newspaper clippings and tearsheets from magazines, and occasionally entire issues or publications. These were probably compiled and used by Gassner for writing, teaching, or anthology work. Other formats present in the files include a small amount of correspondence, academic catalogs, offprints, memorial booklets, notes, reports, announcements, brochures, flyers, press releases, pamphlets, printed visuals, and book ads. A few subject files include photographs, and the theatre files occasionally include theatre programs.

The Theatre files are broken down into a series of geographical and topical files that are arranged alphabetically, with the bulk of the geographical files focused on American and British theatre plus additional files for other countries and regions around the world. The topical files include materials on subjects such as acting, dance, design, a few specific theatre organizations, (including the Theatre Guild), and a few individual playwrights (such as Samuel Beckett). There is a sizeable group of files concerning outdoor regional theatre in America as well as documentation of theatre education at academic and other institutions.

The Other files reflect Gassner’s wide-ranging interests in a variety of non-theatre topics, chiefly art and literature. The files are arranged alphabetically and major topics are frequently broken into subtopics by author, era, genre, country, or region. Also represented, though to a lesser extent, are history, philosophy, politics, and the social sciences. The subject files on radio include programs for number of plays broadcast on Theatre Guild on the Air (1945-1951) and a large group of photographs of radio performers (bulk 1937-1938) depict actors, band leaders (Cab Calloway, Duke Ellington, Benny Goodman), comedians, musical groups (The Mills Brothers), news commentators, and singers.

Subseries F. Works by Others, 1923-1972, contains works by others—many of them Gassner colleagues or students—such as articles, reviews, and contributions to books. The works are present as typescripts or duplicated typescripts, offprints (sometimes inscribed or signed by the author), tearsheets from publications, and clippings. These often bear Gassner’s markings, some of which may be due to his editorial duties for journals and publishers such as Bantam. Some of the works are post-1967, reflecting posthumous items collected by Mollie Gassner. Because these works are similar to the third-party works in Series IV. Miscellaneous, they have been indexed in the Index of Miscellaneous.

A fifth index, the Index of Additional Materials, includes index entries for special format items located in the Plays, Programs, and Subject Files (Theatre Guild programs and photographs of radio performers only).


Restrictions

Access:

Open for research


Index Terms

People
Albee, Edward, 1928-2016.
Anderson, Robert, 1917-2009.
Gassner, Mollie.
Jeffers, Robinson, 1887-1962.
Loney, Glenn Meredith, 1928- .
Miller, Arthur, 1915-2005.
O’Casey, Sean, 1880-1964.
Organizations
Yale University.
Yale University. Department of Drama.
Subjects
American drama -- 20th century.
Drama -- History and criticism.
Dramatists.
Ibsen, Henrik, 1828-1906 -- Criticism and interpretation.
O’Neill, Eugene, 1888-1953 -- Criticism and interpretation.
Playwriting.
Shaw, Bernard, 1856-1950 -- Criticism and interpretation.
Theater -- Great Britain -- 20th century.
Theater -- History.
Theater -- New York (State) -- New York.
Theater -- Study and teaching.
Theater -- United States -- 20th century.
Theater critics.
Theatre Guild.
Document Types
Clippings.
Correspondence.
Galley proofs.
Manuscripts.
Photographs.
Plays (performed works).
Scrapbooks.
Scripts.
Theater programs.

Related Material

There are additional letters from or to John Gassner found in other several other collections held by the Ransom Center: the Alfred A. Knopf, Inc. Records; Stanley Burnshaw Papers; Ellsworth P. Conkle Papers; Contempo Records; George Macy Companies, Inc. Limited Editions Club and Heritage Press Records; Lillian Hellman Papers; Robert Downing Papers; Robinson Jeffers Collection; Elmer Rice Papers; Audrey Wood Papers; and the Louis Zukofsky Collection.

The Sterling Memorial Library at Yale University also possesses John Gassner Papers (MS 560) related to his activities as a professor of playwriting. Yale’s Theatre Guild Archive (CAL MSS 436) at the Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library also includes a significant amount of Gassner materials.


Separated Material

The Ransom Center’s Performing Arts Collection contains photographs, programs, and clippings that originated from the Gassner Papers in its Musicians Collection, Playbills and Programs Collection, Production Photographs Collection, and Theatre Biography Collection. It is also home to a large collection of Theatre Guild Records, which may contain Gassner-related materials.

The Center also holds additional materials obtained from John Gassner in its Book Collection (over 700 book and periodical titles); Personal Effects Collection (5 boxes); Photography Collection (113 items in the John Gassner Photography Collection); Sound Recordings Collection (26 recordings); and Vertical File Collection (3 folders).


Administrative Information

Acquisition:

Purchases and gifts, 1965-1986 (R2803, R3806, R6629, G436, G1774, G2780)

Processed by:

Joan Sibley and Amanda Reyes, 2017

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.


Sources:

Harbour, Charles Clayton. “John Gassner: Drama Critic,” dissertation, The University of Texas at Austin, 1970.

“John Waldhorn Gassner.” Contemporary Authors Online. Detroit: Gale, 2002. Accessed 16 December 2015.


Container List

Series I. Works 1926-1969, undated

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1.1 Unidentified; A-Ad
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1.2 Ae-Az
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1.3 The ambiguity of drama and theatre, 1965
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1.4 Antigone, 1962-1963
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1.5 Art and instability in the theatre, 1962
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1.6 Avant-garde in the theatre: real and fancied, 1964
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2.1 B-Br
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2.2 Best American plays: fifth series, 1963
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2.3 Best American plays: supplement, 1961
Best plays of the early American theatre:
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2.6-3.2 Individual plays
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3.3 Introduction
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2.4-2.5 Page proofs
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3.4 Preface
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3.5-7 The Bible in literature
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4.1 Biographical and bibliographic data
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4.2-5.1 Broadway in review, 1952-1967, undated
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5.2 Bs-Cons
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5.3 Cont-Cz
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5.4 Crisis in American theatre, 1960
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5.5 D-Dh
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5.6 Di-Dq
Directions in modern theatre and drama, 1965, undated:
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6.1 Camera copy / incomplete
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6.2 Dummy
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6.3 Front and back matter
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6.4-7.3 New material
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gf 1 Galley proofs / incomplete
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gf 2 Galley proofs
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gf 3 Proofs
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7.4 Dr – Drama as value
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7.5 Drama in – Dramatic literature
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7.6 A drama critic looks at the contemporary theatre, 1963
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8.1 Drama criticism in America
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8.2-9.4 Dramatic soundings, 1965-1968, undated
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9.5 The dramatic vision – Dz
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10.1 E-Et
Elizabethan drama: eight plays, 1967, undated:
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10.2 Handwritten; typed; carbon copy typed
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10.3-11.2 Typed, printed, etc.
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gf 4-5 Galley proofs
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gf 6-7 Page proofs on galleys
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11.3 Eu-Ez
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11.4-5 Eugene O’Neill
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11.6 F
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12.1 G
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12.2 H
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12.3 I
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12.4-5 Introducing the drama, 1964, undated
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13.1 Introduction – Introduction: Introduction and synopsis
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13.2 Introduction: Eugene O’Neill – Introduction: Ibsen’s last testaments
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13.3 Introduction: R.C. Sheriff – Introduction: Strindberg
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13.4 Introduction: William Archer – Introductory
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13.5 J-Le
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13.6 Lecture notes on American fiction, circa 1947
Lectures for Drama 126, 1962-1964:
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14.1-15.5 1st semester, 1962-1963, #1-15, typescripts; #1-15, carbons
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15.6-16.9 2nd semester, 1963, #16-30, typescripts; #16-30, carbons
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16.10-18.3 1st semester, 1963-1964, #1-14 typescripts; #1-14, carbons
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18.4-19.5 2nd semester, 1964, #15-27, typescripts; #15-27, carbons
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19.6 Lf-Lz
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19.7 Literary bibliography
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19.8 M-Mat
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20.1 Material for playwriting book
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20.2 Materials for anthologies
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20.3 Materials for projected anthologies
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20.4 Mau-Mn
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20.5-21.1 Miscellaneous notes
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21.2 Miscellaneous projects III
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21.3 Miscellaneous unidentified works
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21.4 Mo-Mz
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21.5 N-Ne
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22.1-2 The nature of art
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22.3 The nature of art: notes
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22.4 Nf – Notebook
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22.5 Notes and – Notes for
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23.1 Notes for slide lecture on styles in theatre and drama
Notes on:
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23.2 Alienation and expressionism – Arthur Miller
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23.3 Artsybashev – Cyrano de Bergerac
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23.4 D. H. Lawrence – Elizabethan theatre
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23.5 Endgame – Franz Kafka
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23.6 Garcia Lorca – Goethe
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24.1 Hedda Gabler – Le Cid
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24.2 Maeterlinck – Modern poetry
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24.3 Moliere – Oriental drama
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24.4-5 O’Neill
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24.6 Parallels – Psychological drama
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25.1 Playwriting
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25.2 R. C. Sheriff – Russian fiction
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25.3 Sarah Bernhardt – Shaw and others
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25.4 Social aspect of drama – Symbolism and romanticism
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25.5 T. S. Eliot – The two theatres
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25.6 Tragedy and poetic drama
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25.7 Unidentified play – Zola
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26.1 Np-Or
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26.2-3 Oresteia: Dramatic form and vision, 1961
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26.4 Os-Oz
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27.1-29.3 Our heritage of world literature
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29.4 Our heritage of world literature: notes
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30.1 P-Pn
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30.2 Peer Gynt by Henrik Ibsen
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30.3 Play reports, 1932-1952, undated
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30.4 Po-Prn
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30.5-6 Poems, 1951, undated
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31.1 Preface – Prefaces
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31.2 Prefatory – Prn
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31.3 Pro-Prof
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31.4 A production study of the one-act play
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31.5 Prog-Pz
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31.6 Proposed anthology prospects
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32.1 Q-Rea
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32.2 Realism in the modern American theatre, 1965-1966
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32.3 Reb-Ren
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32.4 Reo-Rep
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32.5 Req-Rz
Review of:
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32.6 A-M
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32.7 N-Z
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33.1 S-Sg
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33.2 Sh-Shd
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33.3 Shaw on Ibsen and the drama of ideas, 1963
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33.4 She-Sn
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33.5 So-Ss
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33.6 St-Thd
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34.1 Teaching file, 1948-1967
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34.2-3 The Theatre (for Britannica Book of the year, Collier’s Year book; and World Book year book), 1962-1966, undated
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34.4 The theatre and, A-Z
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34.5 The theatre arts – Theatre in the
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34.6 Theatre and drama in the making
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gf 8 Theatre and drama in the making, page proofs
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34.7 Theatrical – Tn
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35.1 To-Tra
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35.2-3 The tower beyond tragedy
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gf 9 Tragedy, history and romances, galley proofs, 1964-1966, undated
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35.4 The tragedy of Coriolanus
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35.5 Tre-Tz
A treasury of the theatre, 1963-1969, undated:
3rd edition:
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36.1 Notes, contents, bibliography
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36.2-4 General and special introduction drafts
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35.5 Introduction to Volpone draft
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36.5-38.1 Mockup with printer’s marks
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gf 10-14 Galley proofs
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38.2-3 Page proofs
4th edition, vol. II:
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39.1 Notes and lists
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39.2 Contents, preface, introductory author section drafts
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39.3 Tearsheets with corrections
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39.4-44.1 Pasteup / printer’s copy
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44.2-45.4 Dummy / incomplete
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45.5 Front matter design
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gf 15-22 Galley proofs
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45.6 Miscellaneous galley and proof pages
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46.1 U-Z
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46.2 Varieties of epic theatre in modern drama, 1962
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46.3 The white devil
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46.4 White whale
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46.5 The world of contemporary drama



Series II. Letters 1941-1967

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47.1 Unidentified; A-F
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47.2 G-N
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47.3 Hewitt, Barnard, 1941-1967, undated
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47.4 O-S
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47.5 T-Z



Series III. Recipients 1925-1976 (bulk 1950-1967), undated

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48.1 Unidentified
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48.2 Aa-Alk
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48.3 All-Alz
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48.4 Am
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48.5 An
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48.6 Anderson, Robert Woodruff, 1955-1967, undated
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48.7 Ap-As
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48.8 At-Az
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48.9 Baa-Bal
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49.1 Bam-Bas
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49.2 Bantam Books, Inc., 1958-1967, undated
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49.3 Bat-Bek
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49.4 Bel-Benr
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49.5 Bens-Ber
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49.6 Bentley, Eric, 1950-1966, undated
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49.7 Bes-Bla
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49.8 Blb-Bn
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50.1 Bo
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50.2 Bp-Brd
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50.3 Bre-Brol
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50.4 Brom-Brt
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50.5 Bru-Burm
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50.6 Burn-Bz
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50.7 C-Cam
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51.1 Can-Cd
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51.2 Ce-Cher
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51.3 Ches-Cn
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51.4 Coa-Colt
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51.5 Colu-Con
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51.6 Columbia University, 1957-1967, undated
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52.1 Coo-Cor
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52.2 Cos-Cri
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52.3 Crj-Cz
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52.4 Crowell (Thomas Y.) Company, 1961-1967
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52.5-7 Crown Publishers, Inc., 1962-1967
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53.1 D-Davir
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53.2 Davis-De
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53.4 Dn-Dq
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53.5 Dover Publications, Inc., 1946-1967
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53.6 Dr-Duq
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53.7 Dur-Dz
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53.8 Dryden Press, 1942-1957
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54.1 E-Ed
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54.2 Ee-Ency
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54.4 Er-Et
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54.5 Eu-Ez
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54.9 Fj-Fn
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55.5 G-Gar
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55.7 Get-Gill
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56.1 Gilm-Gon
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56.2 Goo-Greb
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56.4 Greenb-Gt
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56.5 Gu-Hak
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57.1 Hal-Haq
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57.3 Hartn-Has
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57.4 Hat-Hd
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57.5 He-Her
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57.6 Hes-Him
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57.7 Hin-Hoe
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58.1 Hof-Hol
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58.2-5 Holt, Rinehart & Winston, Inc., 1958-1967
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58.6 Hom-Hq
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59.1-2 Houghton Mifflin Company, 1951-1966
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59.3 Hr-Hz
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59.4 I
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59.5 J
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60.1-3 John Golden Fund, Inc., 1955-1968
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60.4 K-Ka
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61.1 Kb-Kern
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61.2 Kero-Kk
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61.3 Kl-Kq
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61.4 Kr-Kz
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61.5 L-Lanf
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61.6 Lang-Laq
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61.7 Lar-Ld
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62.2 Leo-Lev
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62.3 Lew-Lin
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62.4 Lio-Ln
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62.5 Loa-Lor
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62.6 Los-Lz
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62.7 M-Mac
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63.1 McA-McM
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63.2 McN-Mak
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63.3 Mal-Man
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63.4 Mao-Mar
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64.5 Mid-Mil
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65.1 Mim-Min
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65.2 Mio-Mooj
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65.3 Mook-Mor
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65.4 Mos-Mz
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65.5 N-Nd
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65.6 Nea-Nev
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66.1 New
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66.2 Nex-North
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66.3 Norti-Nz
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66.4 O-Om
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66.5 O’Casey, Sean, 1950-1964, undated
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66.6 On-Oz
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66.7 P-Pd
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66.8 Paulson, Arvid, 1947-1966, undated
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67.1 Pea-Pep
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67.2 Per-Pg
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67.3 Ph-Pn
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67.4 Po-Pq
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67.5 Pra-Pris
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67.6 Prit-Q
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67.7 R-Rao
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67.8 Rap-Raz
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68.1 Rb-Ree
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68.3 Ri-Rn
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68.4 Roa-Roc
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68.5 Rod-Rosr
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68.6 Ross-Rz
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68.7 S-Sb
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69.1 Sc-Schl
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69.4 See-Sha
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69.5 Shb-Shz
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69.6 Si-Sk
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70.1 Sl-Soj
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70.2 Sok-Soz
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70.3 Southern Literary Festival, 1964
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70.4 Sp-Sprh
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70.5 Spri-Sta
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70.6 Stb-Steo
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70.7 Step-Su
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70.8 Sv-Sz
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71.1 T-Tek
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71.2 Tel-The
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71.3 Thf-Tn
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71.4 Thomas, Sidney, 1960-1964
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71.5 To-Tq
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71.6 Tr-Tz
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71.7 U
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71.8 U.S. Information Agency, 1955-1966
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72.1 V-Vh
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72.2 Vi-Vz
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72.3 W-War
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72.4 Was-Weh
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72.5 Wei-Weir
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72.6 Weis-Wek
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72.7 Wel-Wer
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72.8 Wes-Wh
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72.9 Wi-Wilr
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73.1 Wils-Wn
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73.2 Wo-Wz
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73.3 X-Yn
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Series IV. Miscellaneous 1921-1979,undated

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73.5 Unidentified; Anonymous
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73.6 A-Aq
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73.7 Ar-Az
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73.8 B-Bap
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74.1 Bar-Bk
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74.2 Barry, Philip. The Philadelphia story
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74.3 Benelli, Sam. The jest, 1939
Bergman, Hjalmar:
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74.4 The baron’s will, English version by Henry Person and Robert Linquist
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74.5 The legend, English adaptation by Robert Lindquist
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74.6 The Swedenholms, English version by Robert Lindquist
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74.7 Bl-Brn
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74.8 Bloch, Anita. Play reports for Theatre Guild, 1926-1936
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75.1 Borgers, E. W. A manual of acting in great plays
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75.3 Brecht, Bertolt. The private life of the master race, translated by Eric Russell Bentley, 1944
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75.2 Bro-Bz
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75.4 Burwell, Richard. It’s not a kidnapping, Mrs. Bigelow, and That old metaphorical hurdle, 1970
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75.5 C-Cd
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75.6 Ce-Cl
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75.7 Chapman, George. Eastward ho by George Chapman, Ben Jonson, and John Marston, adapted and arranged for the modern theatre by Milton Smith
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75.8 Cm-Cz
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76.1 Crown Publisher, Inc. Letters to Gassner, Mollie Kern, 1967-1974
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76.2 D-E
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76.3 Eisenstein, Mark. The fighter, 1958
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76.2 Emergency Committee for U.N. Action on Hungary. Report on our U.N. campaign, 1959?
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76.4 Endore, Guy. Call me Shakespeare, 1965
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76.5 F
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76.6 Feuchtwanger, Lion. The widow Capet, 1956
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76.7 Frewen, Arthur. Distant bugle
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76.8 G-Gd
Gassner, John:
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76.9 A-K
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77.1 A classical English reader
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77.2 Correspondence re permissions for Our heritage of world literature, 1942-1958
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77.3 The great aphorists
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77.4 L-Mas
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77.5 Mat-Mz
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77.6-78.4 Messages of condolence, 1967
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78.5 N – Notes from
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78.6 Notes on – Nz
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78.7 P-Z
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79.1 Quotations, notes, etc.
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79.2-3 Gassner, Mollie. 15 International one act plays
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79.4 Gi-Gz
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79.5-6 Goodman, David Zelag. There am I
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80.1-2 Goodman, David Zelag. Tussy is me
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80.3 Grillparzer, Franz. Die Jüden van Toledo (in German)
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80.4 H-Hn
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80.5 Hamilton, Bruce. Hanging judge, 1948
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80.6 Hamilton, Wallace. The burning of the lepers
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81.1 Herlihy, James Leo. A breeze from China
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81.2 Ho-I
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81.3 Hock, Robert D. Abram’s children, 1966
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81.4 Hughes, Richard Arthur Warren. Minnie and Mrs. Williams
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81.5 Hughes, Richard Arthur Warren. The sister’s tragedy
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81.6 Inge, William Motter. Bus stop
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82.1 J-K
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82.2 Kaiser, Georg. The raft of Medusa, translated by H. F. Garten and Elizabeth Sprigge
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82.3 Kean, Gerald. Immediate occupancy; Stud, Kitch, Apt.; Fireplace, free gas; three plays joined by four walls
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82.4 Kirkland, Jack. The man with the golden arm, based on the novel by Nelson Algren, 1955
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82.5 L-Ld
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82.6 Labiche, Eugene. The conquest of Brazil, English version by Emanuel Wax
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82.7 Labiche, Eugene, and E. Martin. Dust in your eyes, English version by Emanuel Max
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82.8 Lawson, John Howard. A success story, 1932
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83.1 Lea-Len
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83.2 Leo-Li
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83.3 Little, Frederick H., ed. Reading and staging the play
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83.4 Little, Frederick H. Six evenings in the theatre with one-act plays
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83.5 Lj-Lz
Loney, Glenn M.:
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83.6 Endowed by their creator
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83.7 Mrs. Plato
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83.8 Open season
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84.1 M-Mas
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84.2 Mabley, Edward. The plough and the stars, based on a play by Sean O’Casey
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84.3 MacLeish, Archibald. J. B.
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84.4 Mannheimer, Albert. Born yesterday, 1950
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84.5 Mat-Mz
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84.6 Montgomery, Robert. Subject to fits
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84.7 N
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85.1 Napier, Claude. Granny and her god, by Claude and Alan Napier, from the novel by Hjalmar Bergman
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85.2 New England Theatre Conference. Letters to Gassner, Mollie Kern, 1969-1978
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85.3 O-Pat
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85.4 O’Neill, Eugene Gladstone. Mourning becomes Electra, 1947
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85.5 Paw-Pz
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85.6 Q-R
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85.7 Robin, Anatol. Storming heaven
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85.8 Root, Lynn. Cabin in the sky
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86.1 S-Sh
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86.2 Sheldon, Edward. Salvation Nell
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86.3 Sheriff, R. C. Miss Mabel
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86.4 Shine, Ted. Epitaph for a bluebird, 1962
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86.5 Si-Sz
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86.6 Stein, Gertrude. Doctor Faustus lights the lights
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86.7 Stein, Joseph. Enter laughing
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86.8 Sundgaard. Arnold. Of love remembered
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86.9 T
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87.1 Texas. University. Letters to Gassner, Mollie Kern, 1963-1965
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87.2 Turgenev, Ivan. A month in the country, translated by M. S. Mandell
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87.3 Tuttle, Day. Scrimmage at Illowa State, 1954
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87.4 U-V
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87.5 W-Z
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87.6 Washington Square Press. Letters to Gassner, Mollie Kern, 1967-1969
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87.7 Weiner, Ira. The ferry boat man
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87.8 Weiner Ira. Lost fish
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87.9 Wincelburg, Shimon. Kataki, 1960



Series V., Additional Materials, 1894-1983

Subseries A. Works, 1923-1975, undated
Books, 1923-1975, undated:
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88.1 Unidentified
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88.2 Best American plays, 1952-1975
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88.3 Best film plays, 1943-1947
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88.4 Best plays of the early American theatre, 1967
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88.5 Best plays of the modern theatre, second series, 1947
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88.6 Directions in modern theatre and drama (expanded edition of Form and idea in modern theatre), marked-up printed copies, dust jacket, reviews, 1965
Dramatic soundings, Gassner writings compiled and reviews, 1935-1968:
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88.7 A-Z
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88.8 Articles (Current History Newsletter), 1941-1942
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88.9 Articles (New Theatre Magazine), 1935-1937
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88.10 Aspects of the Broadway theatre (Quarterly Journal of Speech), 1948-1949
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88.11 Biographical drama: four examples, 1938-1943
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88.12 Book reviews, 1940-1954
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88.13 Broadway in review (Educational Theatre Journal), 1951-1959
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88.14 A prefatory note, 1966
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89.1 Stage column (Direction), 1937-1944
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89.2 Survey of the stage today (The Survey), 1951-1952
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89.3 The Theatre (One Act Play Magazine), 1937-1940
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89.4 The Theatre column (Actor’s Cues / Show Business), 1948-1949
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89.5-6 The Theatre Arts (The Forum), 1943-1949
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89.7 Miscellaneous, 1952-1961
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89.8 Unused material, 1937-1966
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89.9 Reviews, 1968
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89.10 Eugene O’Neill (University of Minnesota pamphlet on American writers), 1964-1965
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89.11-90.1 Form and idea in modern theatre, 1955-1964
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90.2 Four great Elizabethan plays, 1963
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90.3 Four new Yale playwrights, 1964-1965
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90.4 Human relations in the theatre (Freedom pamphlet), 1949-1950
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90.5 Ideas in the drama, 1964-1965
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90.6 Introducing the drama, 1963
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90.7 Library of best American plays, 1959
Masters of the drama, 1940-1966:
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90.8 Reviews, 1940 edition; dust jacket and brochures, 1954 edition
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90.9 Proposed new edition (1966?), bibliographic research
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90.10 Proposed new edition (1966?), printed pages (347-692) with revisions
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90.11 The nature of art, research materials, 1963-1964
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90.12 The nature of art, unused materials, 1962-1964; reviews, 1964
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91.1 O’Neill: A collection of critical essays, 1964
Our heritage of world literature, edited with Stith Thompson, source materials, circa 1942-1962:
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91.2 17th century; Anglo-Saxon and Medieval; Classical; English and American
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91.3 English Romantics; English Victorians
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91.4 Modern French; modern German
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92.1 Neo-classical; notes
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92.2 Oriental; outlines
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92.3 Outlines; introductions and appendices; other materials for possible use
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92.4 Renaissance; Russian realism
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93.1 Southern European
Producing the play, source materials and reviews, 1953; mockup, 1968:
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93.2 Acting
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93.3 Arena theatre; community theatre; costume; directing
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93.4 Educational theatre; lighting;
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93.5 Musical theatre; scene design; technicians; theatre architecture
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93.6 Reviews, 1953
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93.7 Mockup of proposed third edition, 1968
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94.1 The readers encyclopedia of world drama, source materials, 1966, advertisements and reviews, 1969-1970
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94.2 Reading and staging the play, teacher’s manual, 1967
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94.3 Selected bibliography on theatre and the social scene, prepared by the Committee on Research, American Educational Theatre Association, 1946
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94.4 Theatre and drama in the making, 1964
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94.5 Theatre at the crossroads, 1960-1961
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94.6 Theatre in our times, tearsheets with revisions, 1954 or 1960?
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94.7 Three plays from the Yale School of Drama, 1964
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94.8 A treasury of the theatre, tearsheets with revisions, reviews, advertisements, photographs, 1951-1970
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94.9 Twenty best European plays on the American stage, 1957
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94.10 Twenty best film plays, 1943-1944
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94.11 Twenty best plays of the modern American theatre, 1939-1940
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94.12 Twenty-five best plays of the modern American theatre, 1949
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94.13 World of contemporary drama, 1965-1966
Articles, book reviews, columns, etc., 1925-1968:
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95.1 A
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95.2 B
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95.3 Bernard Shaw and the making of the modern mind, 1962
Broadway in review:
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95.4 1952-1958
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95.5 1959-1961
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96.1 1962-1964
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96.2 1965
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96.3 1966-1967
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96.4 Undated
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96.5 Ca-Ch
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96.6 Ci-Cz
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97.1 D-Dq
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97.2 Dr-Dz
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97.3 Dramatic critic looks at the contemporary theatre, for Futures in American theatre, 1963
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97.4 Dramatic vision, address at Occidental college, 1960
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97.5 Dwoistość teatru, for Dialog, 1959 (in Polish)
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97.6 E
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97.7 F
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98.1 G-H
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98.2 I-K
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98.3 L-N
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98.4 Modern
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98.5 Modernity of Shakespeare theatre, 1964
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98.6 O
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99.1 P-Pl
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99.2 Play
Play reports:
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99.3 A note on Children of the sun by Arthur Miller, 1940
Frou Frou by Augustin Daly, 1942
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99.4 Plays: A vast territory of enjoyment, for The wonderful world of books, 1953
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99.5 Playwrights-Pz
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99.6 R-Sl
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99.7 Sm-Sz
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100.1 Ta-Then
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100.2 Theatre Arts, for The Forum and column review, 1944-1949
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100.3 Theatre Guild
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100.4 Theo-Tz
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100.5 U-V
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100.6 W-Wh
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100.7 Wi-Z
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100.8 Untitled / Unidentified
Plays adapted, produced, or translated, 1939-1966, undated:
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101.1 Abraham and Isaac, 1957-1961
Everyman, 1951
Jeremiah, 1939
Minnie and Mr. Williams, 1948
The pretentious ladies, 1964
The second shepherds’ play, 1966
Sophocles’ Antigone, undated
Sophocles’ Oedipus the king, 1954-1966
The tower beyond tragedy, 1950
Poems, 1923-1937, undated:
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101.2 Death and life, 1923
Electric lamp-light, 1926
Epilog, 1923
Episode, undated
For a thief lynched, 1925
Hill folk, 1937
John Brown walks: a mass recitation, undated
The new Hakluyt, 1932
Ocean automobile road, 1931
Sardonics, undated
Shore fear, 1929
Song for suburbs, undated
To the impatient revolutionist, 1927
Projects:
A-Z:
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101.3 Playwriting book, undated
Shakespeare’s characters, undated
Speech text, undated
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101.4 Poetry anthology, undated
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101.5-6 Science plays anthology, undated
Subseries B., Career and Personal Papers, undated 1911-1983, undated
Addresses, lectures, other appearances, 1930s-1967, undated:
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102.1 Undated
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102.2 1930s-1940s
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102.3 1950-1955
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102.4 1956-1960
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102.5; osf 1 1961-1963
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102.6; osf 1 1964-1967
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103.1; osf 1 Awards and honors, 1950-1966
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103.2 Bibliographies, 1952-1965
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103.3 Biographies, 1944-1965
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103.4 Blurbs and quotations, 1960, undated
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103.5 Columbia Pictures Corporation, 1943-1947
Gassner family, 1926-1983, undated:
Gassner, John, 1926-1967:
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103.6 Letters to Mollie Kern Gassner, 1926-1948 (formerly restricted)
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103.7 Letters to Mollie Kern Gassner, 1938-1956
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103.8-9 Letters to Caroline Gassner Levine, 1940-1962
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103.10 Letters to Fanny Gassner, 1950
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103.11 Letters to Mollie Kern Gassner and Caroline Gassner Levine, 1961, 1964; funeral registers, 1967
Gassner, Mollie Kern, 1976-1983:
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103.12 Letter from Eric Bentley, 1976
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103.13 Letter from Glenn Loney, 1983
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103.14 Gassner, Mordi, New School for Social Research art courses, 1973
Levine, Caroline Gassner, 1944-1950, undated:
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103.15 Art reference materials, undated
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103.16 Letters to John Gassner, 1944-1953; some also from Sanford Levine
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103.17 Letters to Fanny Gassner, 1950
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104.1 Judging, 1937-1966
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104.2 Letterheads and miscellaneous, undated
Library and papers:
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104.3 Gassner collection
Gassner library lists:
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104.4 A-Fic
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104.5 Fil-Pa
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104.6 Pe-Pl
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105.1 Po-T
Gassner library card file boxes:
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106 Art & music; philosophy and psychology; anthropology and archaeology; science; mythology and religion; language; education; history; social studies
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107 Biography and autobiography; fiction
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108 Poetry; literature and criticism
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105.2 Gassner collection dedication materials, 1968-1969
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105.3 Mailing lists and addresses
Organizations:
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105.4 A-L
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105.5 American National Theatre and Academy (ANTA), 1957-1962
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105.6 M-Z
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105.7 National Theatre Conference, 1950-1960
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105.8; 152.1 Photographs and portraits, circa 1938-1965, undated
Posthumous:
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109.1 American Shakespeare Festival, 1976
American Theatre Festival, C. W. Post College, John Gassner Memorial Lectures:
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109.2 1968-1970
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109.3 1971-1973
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109.4 1975-1979
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109.5 Clippings and programs re Gassner, 1972-1978
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109.6 Edward Albee Pulitzer Prize, clippings, 1967
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109.7 Friends of the Columbia Libraries, 1968
New England Theatre Conference, John Gassner Memorial Playwriting Award:
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110.1 1969-1972
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110.2 1973-1974
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110.3 1975
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110.4 Obituaries and memorials, 1967
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110.5 Outer Circle Critics, John Gassner Medallion for Playwriting, 1967-1975
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110.6 University of Montevallo, John Gassner Playwriting Award, 1975
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110.7 Yale University, John Gassner Memorial Prize, 1974
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111.1 Publishing, 1963-1964, undated
Teaching:
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111.2 A-N, 1929-1964, undated
Carver, Raymond. John Gassner: Play Anthologist, University of Denver dissertation, 1970:
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111.3 Correspondence, 1951-1970
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111.4-5 Dissertation materials, 1969-1970
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111.6 Dissertation notes, undated
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112.1 Nadel, Norman, Gassner collection dedication address, 1968
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112.2 Research materials, including copies of Gassner correspondence, 1947-1966
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112.3 Works by Gassner, 1942-1953, undated
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112.4 Works by others, 1911-1969, undated
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112.5 Gild, David C. An historical and critical study of the serious plays of Phillip Barry, Yale University dissertation, 1969
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112.6 O-S, 1942-1962, undated
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113.1 Textbook tearsheets, undated
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113.2 Yale University, 1956-1967, undated
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153-154 Scrapbooks
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113.3-4 Travel brochures, itineraries, maps, postcards, most 1962
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113.5 Miscellaneous
Subseries C., Plays, 1984-1964
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113.6 A
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114.1 Anonymous
Anderson, Robert:
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114.2 Silent night, lonely night
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114.3 Three plays for a Saturday sight
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114.4 The tiger
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114.5 Andrade, Jorge. The moratorium
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114.6 Arzoomanian, Ralph. The coop
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114.7 B
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114.8 Bernard, Jean-Jacques. Le feu qui reprend mal
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114.9 Capek – Conrad
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114.10 Copeau – Curel
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115.1 D-E
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115.2 F
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115.3 Ge-Gi
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115.4 Go
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115.5 Green, Paul
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115.6 H
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115.7 Hamilton, Wallace. The burning of the lepers
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115.8 J-L
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115.9 M
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115.10 Miller, Arthur
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116.1 O-P
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116.2 Pirandello, Luigi
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116.3 R
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116.4 S
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116.5 Sophocles
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116.6 Strindberg, August
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116.7 T
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116.8 V
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116.9 W
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Subseries D., Programs, circa 1920-1973
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117.1 A-C
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117.2 D-L
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117.3 Devlet Tiyatrosu, 1963-1966
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117.4 N-R
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117.5 S-W
Souvenir programs:
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117.6 A
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117.7 B-H
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118.1 J-R
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118.2 S-V
Subseries E. Subject Files, various dates (bulk 1920s-1960s)
Theatre files:
Theatre (geographical files):
African and Eastern:
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118.3 General
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118.4 Chinese
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118.5 Indian
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118.6 Israeli / Jewish drama
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118.7 Japanese
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118.8 Japanese Kabuki
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118.9 Japanese Noh
American:
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118.10-119.2; osf 2 General
American by era:
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119.3 Colonial
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119.4 Early
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119.5 Golden age
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119.6-8 Modern and modernization
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119.9 Arena
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119.10 Community
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120.1-2 Off-Broadway, general
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120.3-4 Off-Broadway productions
Off-off-Broadway:
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120.5 General
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120.6 La Mama
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120.7 Long Wharf
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120.8 Other venues
Regional / outdoor:
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120.9-10 General
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120.11 As long as the grass grows, Missoula, Montana
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120.12 The common glory, Williamsburg, Virginia
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120.13 Darby looks at itself, Darby, Montana
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120.14 Horn in the west, Boone, North Carolina
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120.15 The lost colony, Roanoke, Virginia
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120.16 Thunderland, Asheville, North Carolina
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120.17 Unto these hills, Cherokee, North Carolina
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120.18 Wilderness road, Berea, Kentucky
Repertory:
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120.19 General
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121.1 Actors Studio Theatre
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121.2 Actor’s Workshop, San Francisco
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121.3 American Conservatory Theatre
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121.4 American Shakespeare Festival and Academy
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121.5 Association of Producing Artists / Phoenix Theatre
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121.6 City Street Theatre Ensemble
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121.7 The Living Theatre
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121.8 National Repertory Company
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121.9 Repertory Theatre of Lincoln Center
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121.10 Tyrone Guthrie Theatre
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121.11 Virginia Museum Theatre Company
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121.12 Summer
Theatre Guild:
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121.13 General
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121.14 Helburn, Theresa
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121.15 Langer, Lawrence
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121.16 Moeller, Philip
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121.17 Photographs
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121.18 Touring
British and Commonwealth:
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121.19 General
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British by eras:
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121.20 Medieval
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122.1-3 Elizabethan and Jacobean
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122.4-5 17th and 18th century
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122.6 19th and early 20th century
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122.7-123.2 20th century
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123.3 British censorship
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123.4 British festivals
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123.5 British repertory companies
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123.6 Commonweath, general
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123.7 Commonwealth, Irish
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123.8 General
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123.9 Belgian
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123.10 Comedie Française
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124.1 Theatre National Populaire
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124.2 German
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124.3 German, modern
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124.6 Commedia dell’arte
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124.7 Renaissance design
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124.8 Latin American
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124.9 Middle European
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124.10 Russian
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124.11 Russian theatres
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124.12 Scandinavian
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125.1 Slavic
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125.2 Spanish
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125.3-4 World theatre
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125.5 Acting
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125.6-9 Actors, general
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125.10 Actors, photographs
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126.1 Agents, managers, producers
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126.2 Architecture / theatre design
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126.3 Classical theatre / Greek and Roman drama
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126.4 Comedy
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126.5-7 Tragedy and poetic drama
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126.8 Critics
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127.4 Design, technical theatre, including photographs
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127.5 Designers, general
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127.6 Designers, Geddes, Norman Bel
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127.7 Directing
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127.8 General
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127.9 Amherst College – California, University of
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127.10 Eastern Michigan College – Pennsylvania State
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128.1 Institute for Advanced Studies in the Theatre Arts (IASTA)
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128.2 North Carolina, University of
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128.3 Queens – Wooster, College of
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128.4 Tulane University
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128.5 Yale University
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128.6 Musical comedy and operetta
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128.7 Musicals, general
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128.8 Musicals, productions
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128.9 Opera
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129.2 Beckett, Samuel
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129.3 Beckett, Samuel. Waiting for Godot
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129.4 Blitzstein, Marc
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129.5 Capek, Karel
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129.6-7 Jonson, Ben
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129.8 O’Casey, Sean
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129.9 Photographs
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129.10 Playwriting, general
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130.2-4 Americana
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133.4-5 Bibliography
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152.9 Russian revolution
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135.3-6 Literary criticism, general
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136.1 Literary criticism, American
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136.2 Literary criticism, English, 20th century
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136.3-137.3 American fiction
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137.4-5 American, general
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137.6 American poetry, 19th century
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138.1 Anderson, Sherwood
Cather, Willa
Conrad, Joseph
Dreiser, Theodore
Lawrence, D. H.
Lewis, Sinclair
Metalious, Grace
Waugh, Evelyn
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138.2 Classical
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138.3 English fiction
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138.4 English prose, 19th century
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139.3 Fiction, general
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139.4 French fiction
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139.5 German
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140.1 Greek
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140.2 International
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140.3-142.1 Poetry
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142.2 Cummings, E. E.
Donne, John
Frost, Robert
Masefield, John
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143.2 Realism, Naturalism, Expressionism
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143.3 World
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143.4-5 Literature and general culture
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143.6 Orient and oriental
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144.1-3; 152.10 Philosophy and religion, general
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144.4 Philosophy and religion, The Bible
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144.5 Philosophy and religion, existentialism
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145.1 Philosophy and religion, theology
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145.2 Politics
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145.6 German Expressionist movie sets
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145.7 Radio, general
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146.4 K-M
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146.6 Q-R
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146.7 S
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146.8 T-Z
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147.1 1946
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147.2 1948
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147.3 1949-1951
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147.4 Voice of America
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147.5 Television
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148.4 Social history
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148.5 Social science
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149.2 A-B
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149.3 Bentley, Eric. In search of theatre, circa 1950s
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149.4 Block, Haskell
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149.5 Bogard, Travis, editor. Modern drama: essays in criticism, 1965
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149.6 C
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149.7 D-F
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149.8 Fergusson, Francis
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149.10 Flores, Angel. Spanish drama (introduction), 1962
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149.12 I-K
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150.3 Matlaw, Myron
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150.7 Shaftel, Oscar H. Universality as a canon of criticism: the nature of aesthetic communication, 1936
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150.8 Shank, Theodore. A digest of 500 plays: plot outlines and production notes, 1963
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151.1 Shoben, Edward Joseph. A clinical view of the tragic, 1963
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151.2 Simon, John. Theatre chronicle column, 1963-1966
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151.3 Sontag, Susan. Going to theatre column, 1964
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Index of Works

Note: Manuscript works by Gassner are housed in boxes 1-46; printed versions of Gassner works or other printed materials re Gassner works are housed in boxes 88-101. Titles from the two segments have been interfiled below to facilitate use. Some titles may vary slightly between the manuscript and published versions.

  • Unidentified article on Chekhov -- 1.1
  • Unidentified column -- 1.1
  • Unidentified fragment of article re Epic theatre -- 100.8
  • Unidentified fragment of work re R.U.R -- 100.8
  • Unidentified fragments -- 1.1
  • Unidentified lecture -- 1.1
  • Unidentified lecture at Sharon Creative Arts Foundation -- 100.8
  • Unidentified review column -- 1.1
  • Unidentified work on contemporary American theatre -- 1.1
  • Unidentified work on Thomas Campion -- 1.1
  • Unidentified work on tragedy -- 1.1
  • Untitled Chicago lecture -- 1.1
  • Untitled lecture for a Baltimore high school -- 1.1
  • Untitled paper for English Department Journal Club -- 1.1
  • Untitled review of The actor’s ways and means by Michael Redgrave -- 100.8
  • Untitled review of The development of the theatre by Allardyce Nicoll and Essays on Shakespeare by Tucker Brooke -- 100.8
  • Untitled review of The dramatic Imagination by Robert Edmond Jones -- 100.8
  • Untitled review of Dramatis personae: A retrospective show by John Mason Brown -- 100.8
  • Untitled review of Shakespeare without tears by Margaret Webster -- 100.8
  • Untitled talk for New England Theatre Conference -- 1.1
  • 60 years of modern theatre, 1905-1965 -- 95.1
  • Abraham and Isaac -- 101.1
  • Addenda to unidentified work -- 1.1
  • Addendum to USIA lecture article -- 1.1
  • Advice to a young writer -- 1.1
  • Aid and comfort for the thoughtful -- 95.1
  • Alla Nazimova -- 1.2
  • The ambiguity of drama and theatre -- 1.3
  • The American musical theatre -- 1.2
  • American play the wartime England welcomed -- 1.2
  • An American repertory -- 1.2
  • American theatre after 1940 -- 1.2
  • American theatre at the crossroads -- 1.2
  • Anchors aweigh: Anderson and Williams -- 95.1
  • Anderson’s third Elizabethan tragedy -- 1.2
  • Anouilh’s Valse triste -- 95.1
  • Antigone -- 1.4
  • Antigone by Sophocles -- 1.2
  • An appraisal of the contemporary American stage -- 1.2
  • Aristotelian literary criticism -- 1.2, 95.1
  • Art and instability in the theatre -- 1.5, 95.1
  • Articles for Enciclopedia dello spettacolo -- 1.2
  • Articles for Encyclopedia Judaica -- 1.2
  • Aspects of the Broadway theatre -- 95.1
  • At war with Electra -- 1.2, 95.1
  • Aubade -- 1.2
  • Avant-garde in the theatre: Real and fancied -- 1.6, 95.1
  • Before Chekhov in World drama -- 2.1
  • Bernard Shaw and the making of the modern mind -- 95.3
  • Best American plays -- 2.2-3, 88.2
  • Best film plays -- 88.3
  • Best plays of the early American theatre -- 2.4-3.4, 88.4
  • Best plays of the modern theatre -- 88.5
  • The Bible in literature -- 3.5-7
  • Bibliography on theatre -- 2.1
  • Biographical and bibliographical data -- 4.1
  • Biographical articles -- 2.1
  • The book and the stage -- 2.1, 95.2
  • Book review fragments -- 2.1
  • British drama in the American theatre -- 2.1
  • Broadway in review -- 4.2-5.1, 95.4-96.4
  • Broadway tries again -- 95.2
  • Broadway: 1941 Europe and the American theatre -- 95.2
  • Broadway’s shining example -- 95.2
  • Bustle on Broadway -- 5.2
  • Can creative writing be taught? -- 96.5
  • The case against modernism -- 96.5
  • Catharsis and the modern theatre -- 96.5
  • Center for the uncommon man -- 96.5
  • A challenge to the American playwright -- 5.2, 96.5
  • Challenges to theatre-in-the-round -- 5.2
  • Clash by night and other new plays -- 96.6
  • The complete speech book -- 5.2
  • Composition and note book -- 5.2
  • Concepts of a national theatre -- 5.2
  • Confessions of an anthologist -- 96.6
  • Contemporary American drama -- 5.3
  • Contemporary drama -- 5.3
  • The continuing vitality of the American stage -- 96.6
  • Copeau, Jacques -- 5.3
  • Creative playwriting, -- 96.6
  • Crisis in the American theatre -- 5.4, 96.6
  • The critic, the play, and the stage -- 96.6
  • Critique on the film version of Saroyan’s The time of your life -- 5.3
  • Cross section: Where is the future of the American playwright? -- 5.3
  • D. F. A. oral questions and notes -- 5.5
  • The dangers of prize-giving -- 5.5
  • De gustibus -- 97.1
  • Death and life -- 101.2
  • Um decani do drama Norte-Americano -- 100.5
  • Un decenio del drama Norteamericano -- 100.5
  • The devil and the critic -- 97.1
  • The diluted theatre -- 97.1
  • The dimensions of drama -- 5.6
  • Directions in modern theatre and drama -- 6.1-7.3; gf 1-3, 88.6
  • Directors’ theatre? -- 5.6, 97.1
  • Discovering America -- 5.6
  • Discussion of Mourning becomes Electra -- 97.1
  • The disinterestedness of criticism -- 5.6
  • Drama -- 7.4
  • Drama 126 -- 7.5
  • Drama 126a -- 7.5
  • Drama and theatre -- 7.4
  • Drama and vision -- 7.4
  • Drama as action -- 7.4
  • Drama as value -- 7.4
  • A drama critic looks at the contemporary theatre -- 7.6
  • Drama criticism in America -- 7.5
  • Drama in the United States -- 7.5
  • The drama in transition -- 97.2
  • Drama versus melodrama -- 7.5, 97.2
  • Drama’s seed bed -- 97.2
  • The dramatic critic looks at the contemporary theatre -- 97.3
  • Dramatic literature and theatrical art -- 7.5
  • Dramatic soundings -- 8.2-9.4, 88.7-14, 89.1-9
  • The dramatic vision -- 9.5, 97.4
  • Dreams for an off-Broadway theatre -- 9.5
  • The duality of Chekhov -- 9.5
  • Dwoistość teatru -- 97.5
  • Edmond Rostand -- 10.1
  • The educational theatre -- 10.1
  • Electric lamp-light -- 101.2
  • Elizabethan and Jacobean plays -- 10.1
  • Elizabethan drama: Eight plays -- 10.2-11.2, gf 4-7
  • End of season -- 97.6
  • English 297, 298 -- 10.1
  • English drama-chaser -- 97.6
  • An enquiry into Decadence in literature -- 10.1
  • Epilog -- 101.2
  • Episode -- 101.2
  • Et ego in Arcadia -- 10.1
  • Ethan Frome and the theatre of fate -- 97.6
  • Eugene O’Neill -- 11.4-5, 89.10
  • Eugene O’Neill: The course of a modern dramatist -- 97.6
  • Eulogy for A. Henry Kern -- 11.3
  • European drama in the American theatre -- 11.3
  • Everyman -- 101.1
  • An experience of theatre -- 11.3
  • Experiments in modern drama: From Ibsen to Giradoux to Eliot -- 11.3
  • Expressionismus und realismus in film -- 97.6
  • Extracts for Symposium for playwright-clients -- 11.3
  • Fabianism and the British playwright -- 97.7
  • Farewell to Aristotle -- 97.7
  • Federal theatre plays -- 97.7
  • Federico Garcia Lorca: First impressions -- 11.6
  • For a thief lynched -- 101.2
  • For my mother’s funeral -- 11.6
  • Foray into the absurd -- 11.6
  • Form and idea in the modern theatre -- 11.6, 89.11-90.1
  • Formen des modernen dramas -- 97.7
  • Forms of drama: An introduction to dramatic literature -- 11.6
  • Forms of modern drama -- 97.7
  • Four great Elizabethan plays -- 11.6, 90.2
  • Four new Yale playwrights -- 11.6, 90.3
  • Four plays by Ibsen -- 11.6
  • Four years of federal theatre -- 97.7
  • French classicism -- 11.6
  • A future for the social theatre? -- 97.7
  • Future projects -- 11.6
  • General editor’s introduction to German Classical Drama volume -- 12.1
  • Gerhart Hauptmann: Five plays -- 12.1
  • Getting to like the American theatre -- 12.1
  • Grand inquisitor is more real than realism -- 98.1
  • The Group Theatre in its tenth year -- 98.1
  • Gruenberg, Louis -- 12.1
  • Henrik Ibsen -- 12.2
  • Her infinite variety -- 98.1
  • Herlihy and Noble’s Blue denim -- 12.2
  • Heroism in the theatre -- 98.1
  • Hill folk -- 101.2
  • Historical drama and romance -- 12.2
  • History in the theatre -- 12.2
  • Homage to O’Neill -- 98.1
  • Homage to Stanislavsky -- 12.2, 98.1
  • Human relations in the theatre -- 90.4
  • Human values and the democratic tradition -- 12.2
  • A hundred years of American theatre -- 12.2
  • Ibsen in the contemporary theatre -- 98.2
  • Ibsen, the reversible iconoclast -- 12.3
  • Ideals for the theatre -- 98.2
  • Ideas in the drama -- 12.3, 90.5
  • Infirm stage of a sick age -- 98.2
  • Influence of Oriental drama and Yeats -- 12.3
  • The influence of Strindberg in the United States -- 12.3
  • The insects and we -- 98.2
  • The interim drama -- 12.3
  • Introducing the drama -- 12.4-5, 90.6
  • Introduction -- 12.3
  • Introduction and synopsis to Coriolanus -- 13.1
  • Introduction and synopsis to Julius Caesar -- 13.1
  • Introduction and synopsis to Twelfth Night -- 13.1
  • Introduction to Miss Julie -- 12.3
  • Introduction to Playwrights on playwriting -- 98.2
  • Introduction to Reading and staging the play -- 13.3
  • Introduction to Selected plays of Sean O’Casey -- 98.2
  • Introduction to Strindberg: The origin of psychology in modern drama -- 98.2
  • Introduction to The stronger -- 13.4
  • Introduction: Eugene O’Neill, a modern tragedian -- 13.2
  • Introduction: Ibsen’s last testaments -- 13.2
  • Introduction: R. C. Sherriff, -- 13.3
  • Introduction: Strindberg the expressionist -- 13.3
  • Introduction: Strindberg: Pearl and oyster -- 13.3
  • Introduction: William Archer and playmaking -- 13.4
  • Introductory remarks for New School program -- 13.4
  • Ionesco’s The less and The chairs -- 12.3
  • Is tragedy necessary? -- 12.3, 98.2
  • Jeremiah -- 101.1
  • John Brown walks: A mass recitation -- 101.2
  • John Webster and modern theatre -- 98.2
  • The Khandogya-Upanishad -- 13.5
  • Kipling -- 98.2
  • Lecture notes on American fiction -- 13.6
  • Lecture on the theatre at mid-century -- 13.5
  • Lectures: Drama 126 -- 14.1-19.5
  • The legacy of Greece -- 13.5
  • The legacy of Rome -- 13.5
  • Library of best American plays -- 90.7
  • Literary bibliography -- 19.7
  • Literature and the garden of Epicurus -- 19.6
  • A living newspaper and life -- 19.6
  • Looking toward new forms in stagecraft designs -- 98.3
  • Lope de Vega -- 19.6
  • Louisiana notes -- 19.6
  • Main trends in the modern American theatre -- 19.8
  • Marc Blitzstein and satire in American drama -- 19.8
  • The march of man -- 19.8
  • Masters of the drama -- 19.8, 90.8-10
  • Material for anthology of American social plays -- 19.8
  • Material for playwriting book -- 20.1
  • Materials for anthologies -- 20.2
  • Materials for projected anthologies -- 20.3
  • Maxwell Anderson -- 20.4, 98.3
  • Maxwell Anderson, unreconstructed liberal -- 20.4
  • The meaning and scope of playwriting study -- 20.4, 98.3
  • Minnie and Mr. Williams -- 101.1
  • Miscellaneous notes -- 20.5-21.1
  • Miscellaneous projects I -- 20.4
  • Miscellaneous projects II -- 20.4
  • Miscellaneous projects III -- 21.5
  • Miscellaneous unidentified works -- 21.3
  • Modern drama: Diction and realism -- 21.4
  • Modern drama: A master of natural dialogue -- 21.4
  • Modern drama: Problems of dialogue -- 21.4
  • Modern experimental drama -- 21.4
  • Modern playwrights on playwriting -- 21.4
  • Modern playwriting at the crossroads -- 98.4
  • The modern Renaissance in the American theatre -- 21.4
  • A modern style of theatre -- 98.4
  • Moderns and modernists -- 21.4, 98.3
  • The modern, the modernist, and the absurdist -- 98.4
  • The modernism of Chekhov -- 21.4
  • The modernity of Shakespearean theatre -- 21.4, 98.5
  • More guidance from Mr. Nathan -- 98.3
  • Morton Wishengrad’s The rope dancers -- 21.4
  • The most difficult form of writing -- 98.3
  • The nature of art -- 22.1-3, 90.11-12
  • The nature of O’Neill’s achievement: A summary and appreciation -- 21.5
  • New American playwrights -- 21.5
  • New and feeble voices -- 98.3
  • The new Hakluyt -- 101.2
  • The new tragedy: A postscript -- 21.5
  • A new way to pay old debts by Philip Massinger, adapted by John Gassner -- 21.5
  • New York City Center Anniversary -- 21.5
  • A note on the function of criticism -- 22.4
  • Notebook -- 22.4
  • Note-outline for survey of 19th and 20th century arts -- 22.4
  • Notes and quotations -- 22.5
  • Notes for Addenda: Merchant of Venice -- 22.5
  • Notes for alumni lecture -- 22.5
  • Notes for Defense on charges of Communism -- 22.5
  • Notes for Drama on stage -- 22.5
  • Notes for From script to stage -- 22.5
  • Notes for illustrated lecture -- 22.5
  • Notes for Johns Hopkins lecture -- 22.5
  • Notes for Lectures 3 and 4: Departures from realism -- 22.5
  • Notes for playgoers -- 22.5
  • Notes for playwriting projects -- 22.5
  • Notes for review of Garrick by Margaret Barton -- 22.5
  • Notes for review of A shorter ego by James Agate -- 22.5
  • Notes for slide lecture on styles in theatre and drama -- 23.1
  • Notes for talk on Crises in the theatre -- 22.5
  • Notes for The playwright looks at the world -- 22.5
  • Notes for The theatre today -- 22.5
  • Notes for Tragedy, history and romance -- 22.5
  • Notes for Treatment: The death of the heart -- 22.5
  • Notes for Yale alumni seminar -- 22.5
  • Notes on Aldous Huxley -- 23.2
  • Notes on alienation and expressionism -- 23.2
  • Notes on Andre Malraux -- 23.2
  • Notes on Andreyev -- 23.2
  • Notes on Antigone -- 23.2
  • Notes on Arabian civilization -- 23.2
  • Notes on Arden of Feversham -- 23.2
  • Notes on Arthur Miller -- 23.2
  • Notes on Arthur Miller and Death of a salesman -- 23.2
  • Notes on Arthur Miller and Henrik Ibsen -- 23.2
  • Notes on Artsybashev -- 23.3
  • Notes on As you like it and Twelfth night -- 23.3
  • Notes on aspects of drama -- 23.3
  • Notes on Ben Jonson and the minor Elizabethans -- 23.3
  • Notes on British novelists -- 23.3
  • Notes on Cervantes -- 23.3
  • Notes on Charles Macklin -- 23.3
  • Notes on Chekhov -- 23.3
  • Notes on classical drama -- 23.3
  • Notes on comedy -- 23.3
  • Notes on comedy of errors -- 23.3
  • Notes on Commedia dell’arte -- 23.3
  • Notes on Cyrano -- 23.3
  • Notes on D. H. Lawrence -- 23.4
  • Notes on De Musset -- 23.4
  • Notes on development of theatre and drama -- 23.4
  • Notes on Divine comedy -- 23.4
  • Notes on Dostoevsky and Proust -- 23.4
  • Notes on drama of ideas -- 23.4
  • Notes on dramatic theory -- 23.4
  • Notes on dramaturgy -- 23.4
  • Notes on E. M. Forster -- 23.4
  • Notes on Electra -- 23.4
  • Notes on Elizabethan comedy and Spanish dramatists -- 23.4
  • Notes on Elizabethan drama -- 23.4
  • Notes on Elizabethan theatre -- 23.4
  • Notes on Endgame -- 23.5
  • Notes on epic theatre -- 23.5
  • Notes on European fiction -- 23.5
  • Notes on expressionism -- 23.5
  • Notes on family trees of Atreus and Oedipus -- 23.5
  • Notes on fiction -- 23.5
  • Notes on Franz Kafka -- 23.5
  • Notes on Garcia Lorca -- 23.6
  • Notes on Garrick dissertation -- 23.6
  • Notes on German drama -- 23.6
  • Notes on German drama of late 19th century -- 23.6
  • Notes on German fiction -- 23.6
  • Notes on Goethe -- 23.6
  • Notes on Hedda Gabler -- 24.1
  • Notes on Henry IV, I and II -- 24.1
  • Notes on Henry V, Julius Caesar -- 24.1
  • Notes on historical drama -- 24.1
  • Notes on Ibsen -- 24.1
  • Notes on Ignacio Silone and Norman Douglas -- 24.1
  • Notes on Irish theatre -- 24.1
  • Notes on James Joyce -- 24.1
  • Notes on Jean Genet -- 24.1
  • Notes on Jessnersteppen -- 24.1
  • Notes on John Galsworthy and H. G. Wells -- 24.1
  • Notes on La Grotte, 1962 -- 24.1
  • Notes on Le Cid -- 24.1
  • Notes on Maeterlinck -- 24.2
  • Notes on Marlowe -- 24.2
  • Notes on Max Frisch’s Herr Biedermann and the firebugs -- 24.2
  • Notes on Measure for Measure -- 24.2
  • Notes on Medieval-Renaissance drama -- 24.2
  • Notes on Meyerhold -- 24.2
  • Notes on middle class drama -- 24.2
  • Notes on Midsummer night’s dream -- 24.2
  • Notes on miscellaneous phases of modern drama -- 24.2
  • Notes on modern drama and Irish theatre -- 24.2
  • Notes on modern French artists -- 24.2
  • Notes on modern literature -- 24.2
  • Notes on modern poetry -- 24.2
  • Notes on Molière -- 24.3
  • Notes on Mourning becomes Electra -- 24.3
  • Notes on Much ado about nothing -- 24.3
  • Notes on naturalism in British fiction -- 24.3
  • Notes on New Testament -- 24.3
  • Notes on O’Casey -- 24.3
  • Notes on O’Neill -- 24.4-5
  • Notes on Oliver Goldsmith -- 24.3
  • Notes on opera -- 24.3
  • Notes on oriental drama -- 24.3
  • Notes on parallels -- 24.6
  • Notes on philosophy and religion -- 24.6
  • Notes on playwriting -- 25.1
  • Notes on poetry and convention -- 24.6
  • Notes on poetry and drama -- 24.6
  • Notes on possibilities and perils of modern drama -- 24.6
  • Notes on problems of American drama -- 24.6
  • Notes on psychological drama -- 24.6
  • Notes on R. C. Sherriff -- 25.2
  • Notes on realism -- 25.2
  • Notes on recent playwrights -- 25.2
  • Notes on Red gloves by Jean Paul Sartre -- 25.2
  • Notes on Renaissance and medieval writings -- 25.2
  • Notes on retheatricalization -- 25.2
  • Notes on revenge play -- 25.2
  • Notes on Richard II -- 25.2
  • Notes on Ritualism in drama -- 25.2
  • Notes on Robert Frost -- 25.2
  • Notes on romanticism -- 25.2
  • Notes on romanticism, realism and symbolism -- 25.2
  • Notes on Romeo and Juliet -- 25.2
  • Notes on Russian drama -- 25.2
  • Notes on Russian fiction -- 25.2
  • Notes on Sarah Bernhardt -- 25.3
  • Notes on satire -- 25.3
  • Notes on Shakespeare -- 25.3
  • Notes on Shaw -- 25.3
  • Notes on Shaw and others -- 25.3
  • Notes on social aspect of drama -- 25.4
  • Notes on social drama -- 25.4
  • Notes on social realism -- 25.4
  • Notes on some aspects of modern drama and theatre -- 25.4
  • Notes on stage settings -- 25.4
  • Notes on Strindberg -- 25.4
  • Notes on structure of Giraudoux’ Electre -- 25.4
  • Notes on symbolism -- 25.4
  • Notes on symbolism and romanticism -- 25.4
  • Notes on T. S. Eliot -- 25.5
  • Notes on Tennessee Williams -- 25.5
  • Notes on the course of the arts in the twentieth century -- 23.3
  • Notes on the good soldier Schweik -- 25.5
  • Notes on The merchant of Venice -- 25.5
  • Notes on the novel -- 24.3
  • Notes on the Renaissance in England -- 25.2
  • Notes on the Restoration and the 18th century -- 25.2
  • Notes on the rural realists -- 25.2
  • Notes on the theatre -- 25.5
  • Notes on the theatre in crisis -- 25.5
  • Notes on the two phases of modern theatre: realism and theatricalism -- 25.5
  • Notes on the two theatres -- 25.5
  • Notes on the unities -- 25.7
  • Notes on theatre in our time -- 25.7
  • Notes on Thomas Dekker -- 25.7
  • Notes on Thomas Mann -- 25.7
  • Notes on Toller and Reinhardt -- 25.7
  • Notes on tragedy -- 25.7
  • Notes on tragedy and poetic drama -- 25.6
  • Notes on trends in the American theatre -- 25.7
  • Notes on twentieth-century English theatre -- 25.7
  • Notes on unidentified play -- 25.7
  • Notes on various aspects of drama -- 25.7
  • Notes on various playwrights -- 25.7
  • Notes on Virginia Woolf -- 25.7
  • Notes on Who’s afraid of Virginia Woolf? -- 25.7
  • Notes on Zola -- 25.7
  • O’Neill: A collection of critical essays -- 26.1, 91.1
  • Ocean automobile road -- 101.2
  • Odet’s rocket to the moon and the Group Theatre -- 98.6
  • Off Broadway (interview) -- 26.1
  • Off Broadway drama -- 26.1
  • The off hour, column on John L. Sullivan -- 98.6
  • Old faces for a new season -- 98.6
  • Ominibus of criticism: World literature in review -- 26.1
  • On Off Broadway -- 98.6
  • On the other side -- 26.1
  • One hundred years of American theatre -- 26.1
  • Oresteia: Dramatic form and vision -- 26.2-3, 98.6
  • Oresteia: Dramatic vision from Aeschylus to Eliot and Sartre -- 26.1
  • Oriental drama and theatre -- 26.1
  • Our heritage of world literature -- 27.1-29.4, 91.2-4, 92.1-4, 93.1
  • Our lost playwrights -- 26.4, 98.6
  • Our poetic playwrights, Williams and Anderson -- 26.4
  • Outdoor pageant-drama: Symphony of sight and sound -- 26.4, 98.6
  • The outdoor theatre of the South -- 26.4
  • Outline: The drama -- 26.4
  • Pageants for America -- 30.1
  • Paradise lost and the theatre of frustration -- 99.1
  • Paul Green: Playwright on native ground -- 30.1
  • Peer Gynt by Henrik Ibsen, adapted by John Gassner -- 30.2
  • The person in the play -- 99.1
  • Perspectives – past and present -- 99.1
  • The play is dated -- 30.1
  • The play is still the thing -- 99.2
  • Play report: A note on Children of the sun by Arthur Miller -- 99.3
  • Play report: Frou Frou by Augustin Daly -- 99.3
  • Play reports -- 30.3
  • The play’s the thing -- 99.2
  • Plays: A vast territory of enjoyment -- 99.4
  • Plays and playwrights -- 99.2
  • The playhouse and the play -- 30.1
  • A playreader on playwrights -- 99.2
  • The playwright and the contemporary world -- 99.5
  • The playwright and the modern world -- 30.1
  • The playwright is not a camera -- 99.5
  • Playwrights and playwriting -- 30.1
  • Playwrights of the period (earlier title The playwrights of the thirties) -- 30.1, 99.5
  • Playwrights to the fore -- 30.1
  • The plight of the theatre -- 99.5
  • Poems -- 30.5-6
  • Poetry and theatre -- 30.4
  • Poetry in the contemporary theatre -- 99.5
  • Poetry in the theatre -- 30.4
  • Political drama by Sartre -- 30.4
  • The possibilities and perils of modern tragedy -- 99.5
  • Preface to The contemporary theatre by Allan Lewis -- 31.1
  • Preface to Hedda Gabler -- 31.1
  • Preface to John Gabriel Borkman -- 31.1
  • Preface to The master builder -- 31.1
  • Preface to Rosmersholm -- 31.1
  • Preface to The tinker’s wedding -- 31.1
  • Preface to Thorndike’s tragedy -- 31.1
  • Preface to When we dead awaken -- 31.1
  • Prefaces for Russian plays -- 31.1
  • Prefatory note to third college edition of Treasury of the Theatre -- 31.2
  • Preludes to poetry -- 99.5
  • Presentation speech for award to Edward Albee -- 31.2
  • A pressed flower -- 99.5
  • The pretentious girls by Molière, adapted by John Gassner -- 31.2, 101.1
  • The problems of the playwright -- 99.5
  • Producer’s showcase and other TV series notes -- 31.3
  • Producing the play -- 31.3, 93.2-7
  • Production study of the one-act play: An anthology -- 31.4
  • Program notes for Caedmon Records -- 31.5
  • Progress of the drama: Drama and civilization -- 31.5
  • Proposed anthology projects -- 31.6
  • The Provincetown Players and other pioneer producing companies in American theatre -- 31.5
  • The public is to blame -- 31.5
  • The puritan in hell -- 99.5
  • Question topics -- 32.1
  • Questions for examination and study -- 32.1
  • Questions for interview with Lillian Hellman -- 32.1
  • The random reader -- 32.1
  • Random reading for the vacationing mind -- 99.6
  • The reader’s encyclopedia of world drama -- 32.1, 94.1
  • Reader’s report on The international actress by Henry Knepler -- 32.1
  • Reading and staging the play: An anthology of one-act plays by John Gassner and Frederick H. Little -- 32.1, 94.2
  • Reading plays -- 32.1
  • Realism in the modern American theatre -- 32.2
  • Recommendations for suspense melodrama series -- 32.3
  • Reflections on experimental theatre -- 99.6
  • Rehearsal plays -- 32.3
  • Remarks at Outer Circle Awards -- 32.3
  • The Renaissance drama and theatre -- 32.3
  • Repertory theatre in America -- 32.4
  • Report on Enjoy your drama by John Lovell, Jr. -- 32.4
  • Report on The atreidae by Denna Ellington -- 32.4
  • Report on The farce of darkness by Michel de Chelderode -- 32.4
  • Report on The idea of a theatre by Francis Fergusson -- 32.4
  • Report on The lizard on the rock by John Hall -- 32.4
  • Report on The theatre of O’Neill by L. E. Chabrowe -- 32.4
  • Report on untitled manuscript -- 32.4
  • The retheatricalization of the theatre -- 32.5
  • Retreat from darkness (short story) -- 32.5
  • Review of American takes the stage by Richard Moody -- 32.6
  • Review of The Astor Place riot by Richard Moody -- 32.6
  • Review of The drama of Euripides by G. M. A. Grube -- 32.6
  • Review of Dramatis personae: A retrospective show by John Mason Brown -- 32.6
  • Review of Endgame by Samuel Beckett -- 32.6
  • Review of Hrotsoitha: The theatricality of her plays by Sister Mary Marguerite Butler -- 32.6
  • Review of The life of the drama by Eric Bentley -- 32.6
  • Review of Modernism in modern drama by Joseph Wood Krutch -- 32.6
  • Review of O’Neill’s A touch of the poet -- 32.7
  • Review of Quintero’s production of O’Neill’s The iceman cometh -- 32.7
  • Review of Tennessee Williams’ Orpheus descending -- 32.7
  • Review of The twenties by Frederick J. Hoffman -- 32.7
  • Review of The visit by Friedrich Dürrenmatt -- 32.7
  • Review of Theatrical companion to Shaw by Raymond Mander and Joe Mitchenson -- 32.7
  • Review of three plays by Strindberg -- 32.7
  • Review of World drama: From Aeschylus to Anouilh by Allardyce Nicoll -- 32.7
  • Reviews of The flower and the castle by Maurice Valency -- 32.6
  • Russian drama and theatre in our century -- 32.5
  • Saint George and the dragon -- 99.6
  • Samuel Goldwyn, independent producer -- 33.1
  • Sardonics -- 101.2
  • Science as humanism -- 33.1
  • Second Avenue and Broadway -- 33.1
  • The second shepherds’ play -- 101.1
  • Selected bibliography on theatre and the social scene -- 94.3
  • Selection for proposal anthology -- 33.1
  • The seventeenth-century theatre -- 33.1
  • Shaw and others on Ibsen -- 33.2
  • Shaw on Ibsen and the drama of ideas -- 33.3, 99.6
  • Shaw on Shakespeare -- 33.2, 99.6
  • Shaw, Yeats and Joyce -- 99.6
  • The shepherd’s play, modernized version and television adaptation -- 33.4
  • Shore fear -- 101.2
  • Signposts of poetry -- 99.6
  • The small cynic bird that laughs -- 99.7
  • Social literature -- 99.7
  • Social realism and imaginative theatre -- 33.5, 99.7
  • Song for suburbs -- 101.2
  • Song of Wozzeck, based on the dramatic fragment by Georg Büchner -- 33.5
  • Sophocles -- 33.5
  • Sophocles’ Antigone -- 101.1
  • Sophocles’ Oedipus the king -- 101.1
  • The source, the path, the vision: A relativistic view -- 99.7
  • Soviet theatre – a weapon -- 33.5
  • The Soviet theatre in war -- 99.7
  • Spanish drama -- 33.5
  • Spanish drama in world literature -- 99.7
  • Stage designer’s picture of Broadway and the world -- 99.7
  • Statement on Sean O’Casey’s autobiography -- 33.6
  • Still modern—after 400 years -- 99.7
  • A stout-hearted effort -- 99.7
  • Strindberg and the modern drama: Introduction to seven plays by August Strindberg -- 33.6
  • Strindberg the expressionist -- 99.7
  • Study guide: Criticism of a novel -- 33.6
  • Summaries and suggestions for Theatre Guild on the Air -- 33.6
  • Surrealism -- 33.6
  • Survey of the stage today -- 33.6
  • Teaching file -- 34.1
  • The theatre (for Britannica book of the year; Collier’s year book; World Book year book) -- 34.2-3, 100.1
  • The theatre and American culture -- 34.4
  • Theatre and drama in the making, edited by John Gassner and Ralph Allen -- 34.6, 94.4
  • The theatre and the city -- 34.4
  • The theatre and the pursuit of pleasure -- 34.4
  • The theatre arts -- 34.5
  • The theatre arts column (Forum) -- 100.2
  • Theatre arts in a free society -- 34.5, 100.1
  • Theatre as art -- 100.1
  • Theatre at the crossroads -- 94.5
  • The theatre at the crossroads: Review of the season of 1936-37 -- 100.1
  • The Theatre Collective – a review -- 100.1
  • The theatre column: The aspiring drama -- 100.1
  • The theatre column: On experimental productions -- 100.1
  • The theatre column: On Piscator and epic theatre -- 100.1
  • The theatre column: Review of Lazarus laughed -- 100.1
  • The theatre column: Review of Red gloves -- 100.1
  • Theatre for amusement and theatre for learning -- 100.1
  • The theatre forum column -- 100.1
  • The Theatre Guild collection at Yale -- 100.3
  • The Theatre Guild, 1918-1958 -- 34.5, 100.3
  • The Theatre Guild, 1919-1962 -- 34.5
  • The theatre in our time -- 34.5, 94.6
  • Theatre in the eighteenth century -- 34.5
  • The theatre today -- 100.1
  • Theatrical review column -- 34.7
  • Then and now, adapted from The marriage proposal and The evils of tobacco smoking by Anton Chekhov by John Gassner -- 34.7
  • Theory and practice for the playwright -- 34.7, 100.4
  • Theory and practice in modern theatre and drama -- 100.4
  • There is no American drama? -- 34.7
  • Thirty years of the Theatre Guild -- 100.3
  • This I believe -- 34.7
  • Three plays from The Yale School of Drama -- 34.7, 94.7
  • Three poets -- 100.4
  • To the impatient revolutionist -- 101.2
  • To the memory of Morton Wishengrad -- 35.1
  • Too many judges? -- 100.4
  • Too much good will -- 100.4
  • The tower beyond tragedy, adapted from the dramatic poem by Robinson Jeffers -- 35.2-3, 101.1
  • Tragedy -- 35.1
  • Tragedy, history and romance, edited by John Gassner and Morris Sweetkind -- gf 9
  • The tragedy of Coriolanus by William Shakespeare -- 35.4
  • Tragic perspectives: A sequence of queries -- 100.4
  • A treasury of miniature prose masterpieces -- 35.5
  • A treasury of the theatre -- 36.1-45.6, 94.8
  • The treatment of the past by American playwrights -- 35.5
  • The trifurcation of drama and theatre in English -- 100.4
  • A twentieth century commonplace book -- 35.5
  • Twenty best European plays on the American stage -- 94.9
  • Twenty best film plays -- 94.10
  • Twenty best plays of the modern American theatre -- 94.11
  • Twenty-five best plays of the modern American theatre -- 94.12
  • The two Chekhovs -- 35.5
  • Two faces of poetry -- 35.5
  • The two theatres: The modern and the modernist -- 35.5
  • Two years of theatre -- 100.4
  • Ulysses in Nighttown -- 46.1
  • The uses of exuberance -- 46.1
  • The uses of historical drama -- 46.1
  • Varieties of epic theatre in modern drama -- 46.2, 100.5
  • Verse drama -- 46.1
  • We read for enjoyment: Plays -- 46.1
  • What does it mean to open a new theatre? -- 46.1
  • What does it mean to open a theatre? -- 46.1
  • What is style in acting?: What style is not -- 46.1
  • What price dramatic criticism? -- 46.1
  • What’s happened to expressionism -- 100.6
  • Where is the future of the American playwright? -- 100.6
  • The white devil by John Webster, freely adapted by John Gassner and Max Cosman -- 46.3
  • White whale -- 46.4
  • Who’s afraid of Virginia Woolf? on LP -- 46.1, 100.6
  • William Shakespeare -- 46.1
  • Wings over Broadway -- 100.7
  • World crisis in the theatre -- 100.7
  • The world of contemporary drama -- 46.5, 94.13
  • The world of Molière -- 46.1
  • The world theatre -- 100.7
  • Yale University School of Drama 40th anniversary -- 46.1, 95.1

Index of Letters (Gassner's Outgoing Correspondence)

  • Unidentified recipient -- 47.1
  • Unidentified recipient Lily -- 47.1
  • American Council of Learned Societies -- 47.1
  • American Educational Theatre Association -- 47.1
  • American Express Co. -- 47.1
  • Arrom, José Juán -- 47.1
  • Ashley Famous Agency, Inc. -- 47.1
  • Aston, Frank, 1961 -- 47.1
  • Atheneum Publications -- 47.1
  • Barry, Philip, Mrs. -- 47.1
  • Bechtold, Esther -- 47.1
  • Benedikt, Michael and George Wallworth -- 47.1
  • Blunt, Jerry -- 47.1
  • Canada Council -- 47.1
  • Chametzky, Jules -- 47.1
  • Clemens, Cyril -- 47.1
  • Clements, Robert John -- 47.1
  • Clyde, Sara -- 47.1
  • Cohen, Saul Gerald -- 47.1
  • Cohron, Joseph W. -- 47.1
  • Colin, Saul C. -- 47.1
  • Crown Publications, New York -- 47.1
  • Davis, Leo -- 47.1
  • Davitt. Barbara J. -- 47.1
  • Dowling, Eddie -- 47.1
  • Dryden Press, New York -- 47.1
  • Edell, Marvin Frederick -- 47.1
  • Edmonds, Walter, Mrs. -- 47.1
  • Farrar, Straus and Giroux -- 47.1
  • Frank, Jerome, Mrs. -- 47.1
  • French, Richard P. -- 47.1
  • Gassner, Caroline (later Caroline Gassner Levine) -- 47.2, 103.8-9, 103.11
  • Gassner, Fanny -- 103.10
  • Gassner, Mollie Kern -- 103.6-7, 103.11
  • Gaster, Theodore Herzl -- 47.2
  • Gaynes, S. Randolph -- 47.2
  • Gillis, Hugh -- 47.2
  • Goldman, Albert -- 47.2
  • Guicharnaud, Jacques -- 47.2
  • Hainaux, René -- 47.2
  • Hayes, Richard -- 47.2
  • Herman, Nancy -- 47.2
  • Herrick, Marvin Theodore -- 47.2
  • Hewitt, Barnard Wolcott -- 47.3
  • Hill and Wang -- 47.2
  • Holden, Reuben Andrus -- 47.2
  • Hulse, Anne E. -- 47.2
  • Hunter, Frederick James -- 47.2
  • Jory, Jon V. -- 47.2
  • Keast, William Rea -- 47.2
  • Kronenberger, Louis -- 47.2
  • Langer, Lawrence -- 47.2
  • Levin, Harry -- 47.2
  • Ley-Piscator, Maria von Czada -- 47.2
  • Linnolt, Asta -- 47.2
  • Logan, Joshua -- 47.2
  • Mitchell, Burroughs -- 47.2
  • Modern Drama -- 47.2
  • Montanino, Gene -- 47.2
  • Nagler, Alois Maria -- 47.2
  • Nevin, Hardwick -- 47.2
  • New York Times -- 47.2
  • Noble & Noble Publishers, Inc. -- 47.2
  • Ohio State University. Department of English -- 47.4
  • Österling, Anders -- 47.4
  • Osbourn, R. V. -- 47.4
  • Pickeral, Paul -- 47.4
  • Princeton. State University. American Hungarian Studies -- 47.4
  • Princeton University Press -- 47.4
  • Psacvharopoulos, Nikos -- 47.4
  • Richardson, Dorothy -- 47.4
  • Richardson, Dorothy Miller -- 47.4
  • Roberts, Edward C. -- 47.4
  • Rogoff, Gordon -- 47.4
  • Rotimi, Emmanuel G. O. -- 47.4
  • Rowe, Chandler, William -- 47.4
  • Salisbury, Leah -- 47.4
  • Simon, Robert Edward -- 47.4
  • Stanton, Frank Nicholas -- 47.4
  • Stern and Day, Inc. -- 47.4
  • Strasberg, Lee -- 47.4
  • Sweet, Elliott, Mrs. -- 47.4
  • Sweetkind, Morris -- 47.4
  • TV-Radio Workshop -- 47.5
  • Texas. University. Department of Drama -- 47.5
  • Theatre Arts -- 47.5
  • Trumbauer, Walter Hänrichs Renner, 1955 -- 47.5
  • Turbee, Giles -- 47.5
  • U.S. Copyright Office -- 47.5
  • U.S. Internal Revenue Service -- 47.5
  • Valency, Maurice -- 47.5
  • Van Nostrand, Albert D. -- 47.5
  • Vernava, Frank -- 47.5
  • Washington Square Press -- 47.5
  • Weil Institute for Studies in Religion and the Humanities -- 47.5
  • Weiner, Albert B. -- 47.5
  • Weinstein, Arnold -- 47.5
  • Welch, Constance -- 47.5
  • Westheimer, David -- 47.5
  • Yale Co-operative Corporation -- 47.5

Index of Recipients (Gassner's Incoming Correspondence)

  • Unidentified author -- 48.1
  • Unidentified author Al -- 48.1
  • Unidentified authors Anna and Alex -- 48.1
  • Unidentified author Ed -- 48.1
  • Unidentified authors -- 48.1
  • Aaron, Stephen -- 48.2
  • Acevedo, Cristobal de -- 48.2
  • Adams, Donald Keith, 1902- -- 48.2
  • Adams, John Cranford, 1903- -- 48.2
  • Adler, Henry -- 48.2
  • Adler, Herbert -- 48.2
  • Adler, Melvin -- 48.2
  • Adler, Stella, 1895- -- 48.2
  • Ahern, Mary V. -- 48.2
  • Aid Refugee Chinese Intellectuals, Inc. -- 48.2
  • Albee, Edward, 1928- -- 48.2
  • Albertus Magnus College, New Haven, Conn. -- 48.2
  • Albright, Hardie, 1903-1975 -- 48.2
  • Albright, Harry Darkes, 1907- -- 48.2
  • Aldridge, Alfred Owen, 1915- -- 48.2
  • Allan, Lewis -- 48.3
  • Allen, Ralph -- 48.3
  • Allen, Ralph G. -- 48.3
  • Allen, Robert E. -- 48.3
  • Alston, Wallace McPherson, 1906- -- 48.3
  • Amateau, Joanna Russ -- 48.4
  • Ambacher, Richard -- 48.4
  • Ambrose, Warren -- 48.4
  • American Academy of Political and Social Science -- 48.4
  • American Conservatory Theatre Foundation -- 48.4
  • American Educational Theatre Association -- 48.4
  • American Film Center, Inc. Committee for Mass Education in Race Relations -- 48.4
  • American Friends of the Captive Nations -- 48.4
  • American Friends of Vietnam -- 48.4
  • American Library Association -- 48.4
  • American Library Association. Adult Services Division -- 48.4
  • American National Theatre and Academy -- 48.4
  • American Oxford Encyclopedia -- 48.4
  • American Peoples Encyclopedia Yearbook -- 48.4
  • American Scholar -- 48.4
  • American Shakespeare Festival -- 48.4
  • American Society for Theatrical Research -- 48.4
  • Ames, Nancy -- 48.4
  • Anderson, G. L. -- 48.5
  • Anderson, James L. -- 48.5
  • Anderson, Judith, Dame, 1898- -- 48.5
  • Anderson, Robert Woodruff, 1917- -- 48.6
  • Anderson, Walter V. -- 48.5
  • Andor, Paul -- 48.5
  • Ankara. Devlet Tiyatrosu -- 48.5
  • Anti-Defamation League -- 48.5
  • Appalachian Literary Association -- 48.7
  • Appleton, William W. -- 48.7
  • Appleton-Century Crofts, Inc. -- 48.7
  • Apstein, Theodore, 1918- -- 48.7
  • Arden, Eugene -- 48.7
  • Arno, Nelly -- 48.7
  • Arrowsmith, William, 1924- -- 48.7
  • Arthur, Kay -- 48.7
  • Arts Council, Dublin -- 48.7
  • Arts of the Theatre Foundation, Inc. -- 48.7
  • Ashraf, S. A. -- 48.7
  • Atheneum Publishers -- 48.8
  • Atkinson, Clinton J., Jr. -- 48.8
  • Atkinson, Justin Brooks, 1894- -- 48.8
  • Atlas, Leopold, 1907-1954 -- 48.8
  • Atlee, Howard, 1926- -- 48.8
  • Atzmon, S. -- 48.8
  • Avon Books -- 48.8
  • Awasthi, Suresh -- 48.8
  • Azoomanian, Ralph H. -- 48.8
  • Babb, James Tinkham, 1899- -- 48.9
  • Bader, Arno Lehmann -- 48.9
  • Baiardi, John Charles, 1918- -- 48.9
  • Bailey, Howard -- 48.9
  • Bailey, James Osler, 1903- -- 48.9
  • Baker, Carlos Heard, 1909- -- 48.9
  • Baker, Paul, 1911- -- 48.9
  • Baker, Virgil L. -- 48.9
  • Balakian, Anna Elizabeth, 1915- -- 48.9
  • Balch, Marston Stevens, 1901- -- 48.9
  • Baldwin, Joseph B., 1918- -- 48.9
  • Ball, Robert Hamilton, 1902- -- 48.9
  • Ball, William -- 48.9
  • Ballew, Leighton Milton, 1916- -- 48.9
  • Balon, B. -- 48.9
  • Banerjee, Bhola -- 49.1
  • Banks, J. Richard -- 49.1
  • Bantam Books, Inc. -- 49.2
  • Barber, Philip Willson, 1903- -- 49.1
  • Barjansky, Michael -- 49.1
  • Barnes, Christy -- 49.1
  • Barnet, Sylvan Saul -- 49.1
  • Barnhart, Clarence Lewis, 1900- -- 49.1
  • Barnhill, James, 1922- -- 49.1
  • Barr, Richard, 1912- -- 49.1
  • Barrett, Nathan Noble -- 49.1
  • Barsony, Zoltan -- 49.1
  • Barzun, Jacques, 1907- -- 49.1
  • Basic Books, Inc. -- 49.1
  • Baskin, Helene Reiser -- 49.1
  • Bass, George Hamilton, 1938- -- 49.1
  • Basshe, Emanuel Jo, 1899-1939 -- 49.1
  • Batson, Eric J. -- 49.3
  • Batson, Waller -- 49.3
  • Bay, Howard, 1912- -- 49.3
  • Bayer, Angela -- 49.3
  • Beals, Nancy Jean -- 49.3
  • Beatty, Bessie, 1886- -- 49.3
  • Beck, Gordon -- 49.3
  • Beck, Julian, 1925- -- 49.3
  • Becker, William, 1927- -- 49.3
  • Beckerman, Bernard, 1921- -- 49.3
  • Behrman, Samuel Nathaniel, 1893-1973 -- 49.3
  • Beiswanger, George, 1928- -- 49.3
  • Bela, Nicholas, 1900-1963 -- 49.4
  • Belgian American Educational Foundation, Inc. -- 49.4
  • Bell, Campton, d. 1963 -- 49.4
  • Bell, Elliott, Vallance, 1902- -- 49.4
  • Bell, Harrison B. -- 49.4
  • Bellune, Betty -- 49.4
  • Ben-Ari, Raikin, 1904-1968 -- 49.4
  • Benkes, Gerhard -- 49.4
  • Bennett, Wycliffe -- 49.4
  • Benson, Guy K. -- 49.5
  • Bentley, Eric Russell, 1916- -- 49.6
  • Bera, Bishnupada -- 49.5
  • Berger, Rosalind -- 49.5
  • Berghof, Herbert, 1909- -- 49.5
  • Bergin, Thomas Goddard, 1904- -- 49.5
  • Bergman, Stina -- 49.5
  • Berkman, Len -- 49.5
  • Bermel, Albert, 1927- -- 49.5
  • Bernstein, Aline Frankau, 1881-1955 -- 49.5
  • Bernstein, Joseph Milton, 1908- -- 49.5
  • Bernstein, Karl -- 49.5
  • Best, Marshall Ayres, 1901- -- 49.7
  • Beulens, Mary Ellen -- 49.7
  • Bevan, Frank, 1903- -- 49.7
  • Birenbaum, William Marvin, 1923- -- 49.7
  • Bissell, William T. -- 49.7
  • Blackman, Eugene J., 1922- -- 49.7
  • Blake, Christopher S. -- 49.7
  • Blake, Robert W. -- 49.7
  • Blanning, James R. -- 49.7
  • Blanning, Jean M. -- 49.7
  • Blau, Herbert, 1926- -- 49.7
  • Blitstein, Rae -- 49.8
  • Blitzstein, Marc, 1905-1964 -- 49.8
  • Bloch, Susan -- 49.8
  • Block, Anita Cahn, 1882-1967 -- 49.8
  • Block, Haskell M., 1923- -- 49.8
  • Blom, Benjamin -- 49.8
  • Blomstrom, William H. -- 49.8
  • Bloom (Philip) Agency -- 49.8
  • Bluestone, George, 1928- -- 49.8
  • Blunt, Jerry -- 49.8
  • Boal, Augusto Pinto -- 50.1
  • Bogard, Travis, 1918- -- 50.1
  • Bohan, James -- 50.1
  • Bohem, Endre, 1900- -- 50.1
  • Bohle, Bruce, 1918- -- 50.1
  • Boies, Jack J., 1926- -- 50.1
  • Bollingen Foundation, Inc. -- 50.1
  • Bolton, Lorraine -- 50.1
  • Bonham, Tom -- 50.1
  • Book League of America, Inc. -- 50.1
  • Borzers, Edward -- 50.1
  • Bosman, Anthony -- 50.1
  • Boughton, Walter Leroy, 1918- -- 50.1
  • Bowen, Frances C., 1905- -- 50.1
  • Boynton, Stuart D. -- 50.1
  • Branch, William Blackwell, 1927- -- 50.2
  • Brandeis University National Women’s Committee. Baltimore Chapter -- 50.2
  • Brandeis University, Waltham, Mass. -- 50.2
  • Brandeis University, Waltham, Mass. Creative Arts Awards. Advisory Committee -- 50.2
  • Brandon, James R., 1927- -- 50.2
  • Brantley, Michael L. -- 50.2
  • Brashear, William -- 50.2
  • Brau, Saul M. -- 50.2
  • Braziller, George -- 50.2
  • Breen, Ed -- 50.3
  • Breen, Robert, 1914- -- 50.3
  • Brenner, Albert -- 50.3
  • Breslow, Maurice -- 50.3
  • Brewster, Kingman, 1919- -- 50.3
  • Brewster, Townsend, 1924- -- 50.3
  • Bricker, Herschel Leonard, 1905- -- 50.3
  • Brinton, Clarence Crane, 1898-1968 -- 50.3
  • British Columbia. University -- 50.3
  • Broadcast Music, Inc. -- 50.3
  • Brockett, Oscar Gross, 1923- -- 50.3
  • Brokaw, Roberta Miriam, 1917- -- 50.3
  • Brombert, Victor H. -- 50.4
  • Brome, Judith -- 50.4
  • Brooklyn Theatre Arts Company, Inc. -- 50.4
  • Brooks, Cleanth, 1906- -- 50.4
  • Brooks, Thomas -- 50.4
  • Brown, Francis, 1903- -- 50.4
  • Brown, Gilmor, d. 1960 -- 50.4
  • Brown, J. M. -- 50.4
  • Brown, John Lackey, 1919- -- 50.4
  • Brown, John Mason, 1900-1969 -- 50.4
  • Brown, John Russell, 1923- -- 50.4
  • Brown, Katharine -- 50.4
  • Brunacci, Giorgio -- 50.5
  • Brunswick School -- 50.5
  • Brustein, Robert, 1927- -- 50.5
  • Buchman, Sidney, 1902- -- 50.5
  • Buck, Bernard R. -- 50.5
  • Buck, Norman Sydney, 1892- -- 50.5
  • Buckman, Thomas Richard, 1923- -- 50.5
  • Buitenen, Johannes Adrianus Bernardus van -- 50.5
  • Bumpus, Linda -- 50.5
  • Burchard, Rachel C., 1921- -- 50.5
  • Burford, Lolah -- 50.5
  • Burgwin, Richard J. -- 50.5
  • Burke, Shirley, 1907- -- 50.5
  • Burnim, Kalman A. -- 50.6
  • Burns, Arthur Frank, 1904- -- 50.6
  • Burnshaw, Stanley, 1906- -- 50.6
  • Burris-Meyer, Harold, 1902- -- 50.6
  • Burrows, Abe, 1910- -- 50.6
  • Burton, Herbert -- 50.6
  • Busfield, Roger M., 1926- -- 50.6
  • Bush, Douglas, 1896- -- 50.6
  • Butler, James Harmon, 1908- -- 50.6
  • Bynner, Witter, 1881-1968 -- 50.6
  • Byrne, Joe L. -- 50.6
  • Caedmon Records, Inc. -- 50.7
  • Cahn, William, 1912- -- 50.7
  • Caine, James P. -- 50.7
  • Calder, Grace J., 1900- -- 50.7
  • Caldwell, Joseph -- 50.7
  • California Lutheran College -- 50.7
  • California. State College, San José -- 50.7
  • Calvin College. Fine Arts Festival Committee -- 50.7
  • Cambridge University Press -- 50.7
  • Campbell, Alan Keith, 1923- -- 50.7
  • Campbell, Oscar James, 1879-1970 -- 50.7
  • Campbell, Persia Crawford, 1898- -- 50.7
  • Campbell, Richmond -- 50.7
  • Canadian Art Theatre, Inc. -- 51.1
  • Canfield, Cass, 1897- -- 51.1
  • Canfield, Fayette Curtis, 1903- -- 51.1
  • Cape (Jonathan) Limited -- 51.1
  • Carey, Robin B. -- 51.1
  • Cargill, Oscar, 1898-1972 -- 51.1
  • Carmody, Jay, 1900?-1973 -- 51.1
  • Carnovsky, Morris, 1897- -- 51.1
  • Caro, Warren, 1907- -- 51.1
  • Carpenter, Bruce -- 51.1
  • Carre, Janet -- 51.1
  • Carson, William Glasgow Bruce, 1891- -- 51.1
  • Cartier, Jacques -- 51.1
  • Castellini, John Edward -- 51.1
  • Catron, Louis E., 1932- -- 51.1
  • Central School of Speech and Drama, London -- 51.2
  • Centre Français du Théâtre -- 51.2
  • Cerf, Bennett Alfred, 1898-1971 -- 51.2
  • Ĉerny, Frantiŝek -- 51.2
  • Chaitanya, _____ -- 51.2
  • Challenge -- 51.2
  • Chamberlain, Daniel Robert, 1932- -- 51.2
  • Chandler, Publishing Company, Inc. -- 51.2
  • Chapin, Chouteau -- 51.2
  • Chapman, Kenneth G., 1927- -- 51.2
  • Chapman, Robert Harris, 1919- -- 51.2
  • Chapman, Ruth -- 51.2
  • Chappell, Mabelle H. -- 51.2
  • Chase, Mary Ellen, 1887-1973 -- 51.2
  • Chatham College, Pittsburgh -- 51.2
  • Chayefsky, Paddy, 1923- -- 51.2
  • Chazin, Maurice, 1905- -- 51.2
  • Cheek, Leslie, Jr. -- 51.2
  • Cheney, Sheldon, 1886- -- 51.3
  • Chester, Allan Griffith, 1900- -- 51.3
  • Chester, Giraud, 1922- -- 51.3
  • Chicago. University. Press -- 51.3
  • China Institute in America -- 51.3
  • Cinema 16 -- 51.3
  • Chinoy, Helen Krich, 1922- -- 51.3
  • Cisney, Marcella -- 51.3
  • Citadel Press -- 51.3
  • Citron, Samuel J., 1908- -- 51.3
  • City Center of Music and Drama, New York -- 51.3
  • City of Hope -- 51.3
  • Clancy, James Harvey, 1912- -- 51.3
  • Clark, Barrett Harper, 1890-1953 -- 51.3
  • Clark, Donald Lemen, 1888- -- 51.3
  • Clark, John L. -- 51.3
  • Clayton, John -- 51.3
  • Clemens, Cyril, 1902- -- 51.3
  • Clement, Victor -- 51.3
  • Clurman, Harold, 1901- -- 51.3
  • Coe, Richard Livingstone, 1916- -- 51.4
  • Cohen, Harold -- 51.4
  • Cohen, Leo Koppel -- 51.4
  • Cohen, Nathan -- 51.4
  • Cohen, Robert -- 51.4
  • Cohn, Fannia Mary, 1885- -- 51.4
  • Cohn, Janet -- 51.4
  • Cole, Edward Cyrus, 1904- -- 51.4
  • Cole, Toby, 1916- -- 51.4
  • Coleman, Joseph, Jr. -- 51.4
  • Colin, Saul C. -- 51.4
  • Collier (P. F.) & Son Corporation -- 51.4
  • Collier, firm, publishers, New York -- 51.4
  • Collins, L. M. -- 51.4
  • Columbia Broadcasting System, Inc. -- 51.5
  • Columbia Records, Inc. -- 51.5
  • Columbia University. Advisory Board on Pulitzer Prizes -- 51.6
  • Columbia University. Alumni Federation -- 51.6
  • Columbia University. Columbia College -- 51.6
  • Columbia University Press -- 51.6
  • Committee to Defend America by Aiding the Allies -- 51.5
  • Conference Board of the Associated Research Councils. Committee on the International Exchange of Persons -- 51.5
  • Congdon, Thomas B., Jr. -- 51.5
  • Conkle, Ellsworth Prouty, 1899- -- 51.5
  • Connable, Alfred -- 51.5
  • Conning, Brace -- 51.5
  • Connolly, Brendan, 1913- -- 51.5
  • Contemporary Authors -- 51.5
  • Cook, Gary -- 52.1
  • Coons, Arthur Gardiner, 1900- -- 52.1
  • Cooperman, Alvin, 1923- -- 52.1
  • Coronet -- 52.1
  • Corrigan, Robert Willoughby, 1927- -- 52.1
  • Cosman, Bard -- 52.2
  • Coston, Ann -- 52.2
  • Coulson, James Peter -- 52.2
  • Coward-McCann, Inc., New York -- 52.2
  • Craig, Robert -- 52.2
  • Cranston, Lanny -- 52.2
  • Crawford, Charles -- 52.2
  • Crawford, Cheryl, 1902- -- 52.2
  • The Critic -- 52.2
  • Critic’s Circle -- 52.2
  • Croft, Clarence L. -- 52.3
  • Crouse, Russel, 1893-1966 -- 52.3
  • Crowell (Thomas Y.) Company -- 52.4
  • Crowell-Collier Educational Corporation -- 52.3
  • Crowley, John -- 52.3
  • Crown Publications, publishers, New York -- 52.5-7
  • Cuddy, Henry -- 52.3
  • Culman, Peter W. -- 52.3
  • Currie, Hec -- 52.3
  • Currimbhoy, Asif, 1928- -- 52.3
  • Curtis, Bruce -- 52.3
  • Curtis, Julie -- 52.3
  • Curvin, Jonathan Wadhams, 1911- -- 52.3
  • DaBoll, Marion D. -- 53.1
  • Da Cal, Ernesto Guerra, 1911- -- 53.1
  • Dace, Wallace -- 53.1
  • Dahlberg, Charles Raymond -- 53.1
  • Dalven, Rae -- 53.1
  • Danforth Foundation, St. Louis -- 53.1
  • Darius, Adam -- 53.1
  • Dash, Thomas R. -- 53.1
  • Datta, John A. -- 53.1
  • Dauster, Frank -- 53.1
  • David, Henry -- 53.1
  • Davidson, Barbara -- 53.1
  • Davidson, David -- 53.1
  • Davidson, Gordon, 1933- -- 53.1
  • Davidson, Jo, 1883-1952 -- 53.1
  • Davis, Fitzroy K., 1912- -- 53.2
  • Davis, Ginia -- 53.2
  • Davis, Harry -- 53.2
  • Davis, Lambert -- 53.2
  • Davis, Larry A. -- 53.2
  • Dean, James S., Jr. -- 53.2
  • Debuskey and Krawitz -- 53.2
  • De Chaby, _____ -- 53.2
  • Decker, Clarence R. -- 53.2
  • Decker, Hermine Jeanette Duthie, 1908- -- 53.2
  • Delgado, Ramó -- 53.2
  • De Liagre, Alfred Gustave Etienne, Jr. -- 53.2
  • Delson, Robert -- 53.2
  • De Luca, Anthony J. -- 53.2
  • Demarest, Victoria Booth-Clibborn -- 53.2
  • De Mille, Agnes, 1905- -- 53.2
  • Denison University, Granville, Ohio -- 53.2
  • Dennis, Ralph -- 53.2
  • Dent (J. M.) and Sons, Ltd. -- 53.2
  • DeRochemont, Louis, 1899- -- 53.2
  • Detroit. University -- 53.2
  • DeVane, William Clyde, 1898- -- 53.2
  • DeYoung, James -- 53.2
  • Dial Press -- 53.3
  • Díaz Díaz, Oswaldo -- 53.3
  • Dickinson, Hugh -- 53.3
  • Dictionary of International Biography -- 53.3
  • Diekhoff, John Siemon -- 53.3
  • Dierlam, Robert, 1917- -- 53.3
  • Diesel, Leota -- 53.3
  • Dillingham, Charles III -- 53.3
  • Dillon, Mary Earhart -- 53.3
  • Dilmen, Güngör, 1930- -- 53.3
  • Dodd, Mead & Company -- 53.4
  • Doll, John Lee -- 53.4
  • Dominican College -- 53.4
  • Donaldson, Talbot -- 53.4
  • Donno, Daniel John, 1920- -- 53.4
  • Donohue, Joseph W., Jr. -- 53.4
  • Doran, D. A. -- 53.4
  • Dorfman, Nat Noah, 1894- -- 53.4
  • Doubleday and Company, Inc. -- 53.4
  • Dover Publications, Inc. -- 53.5
  • Dowell George Brendan -- 53.4
  • Downer, Alan Seymour, 1912- -- 53.4
  • Downing, Robert, 1914-1975 -- 53.4
  • Drama Book Shop -- 53.6
  • Drexler, Malcolm Burton, 1925- -- 53.6
  • Driver, Tom Faw, 1925- -- 53.6
  • Drucker, Joseph -- 53.6
  • Drummer, Carol -- 53.6
  • Drummond, Andrew H. -- 53.6
  • Dryden Press, New York -- 53.8
  • Duckworth, Gene R. -- 53.6
  • Dudley, Bronson -- 53.6
  • Dugan, John -- 53.6
  • Dunleavy, Gareth W. -- 53.6
  • Dunn, Charles Lee -- 53.6
  • Dunster, Claude -- 53.6
  • Durling, Dwight Leonard, 1899- -- 53.7
  • Durling, Robert M. -- 53.7
  • Dutton (E. P.) & Co. -- 53.7
  • DuVal, John C. -- 53.7
  • Dycke, Marjorie Louise Platt, 1916- -- 53.7
  • Dye, Lyle, Jr., 1930- -- 53.7
  • Eaker, Hugh Gene -- 54.1
  • Eastern Michigan University -- 54.1
  • Eastern Michigan University. Department of English and Speech -- 54.1
  • Eastern Shore of Virginia Historical Society, Inc. -- 54.1
  • Eaton, Walter Prichard, 1878-1957 -- 54.1
  • Ebenstein, Morris -- 54.1
  • Edelman, Beril -- 54.1
  • Edgar, George P. -- 54.1
  • Edgar, John W. -- 54.1
  • Edward MacDowell Association, Inc. -- 54.1
  • Edwards, A. Carroll -- 54.1
  • Edwards, Eric K. -- 54.1
  • Edwards, Philip -- 54.1
  • Eells, George -- 54.2
  • Eisenstein, Mark -- 54.2
  • Eliscu, Edward -- 54.2
  • Elliott, Tom -- 54.2
  • Elson, Charles, 1909- -- 54.2
  • Embretson, Jon -- 54.2
  • Emerson, Justin V. -- 54.2
  • Enciclopedia dello Spettacolo -- 54.2
  • Encore -- 54.2
  • Encyclopedia Britannica -- 54.2
  • Encyclopedia Judaica -- 54.2
  • Endore, S. Guy, 1901- -- 54.3
  • Engel, Edwin Alexander, 1907- -- 54.3
  • Engeron, Roy S. -- 54.3
  • English Institute -- 54.3
  • Englund, George H., 1926- -- 54.3
  • Epstein, Leslie -- 54.3
  • Epstein, Robert -- 54.3
  • Erdman, David V. -- 54.4
  • Erickson, Patricia -- 54.4
  • Ervin, John, Jr. -- 54.4
  • Esler, Lemist -- 54.4
  • Esmonde, Frances M. -- 54.4
  • Essex, Harry J., 1912- -- 54.4
  • Essig, Nancy -- 54.4
  • Esslin, Martin -- 54.4
  • Estes, Patricia -- 54.4
  • Ettinger, Eve -- 54.4
  • Evans, Dina Rees -- 54.5
  • Evans, T. F. -- 54.5
  • Evans, Thomas G. -- 54.5
  • Evett, Robert, 1922- -- 54.5
  • Eysselinck, Walter -- 54.5
  • Facos, James -- 54.6
  • Fadiman, Clifton, 1904- -- 54.6
  • Fagin, Nathan Bryllion, 1892- -- 54.6
  • Fahs, Charles Burton, 1908- -- 54.6
  • Falk, Sawyer, 1898-1961 -- 54.6
  • Fallon, Richard, 1923- -- 54.6
  • Farmer, Glen -- 54.6
  • Farrar, Larston D. -- 54.6
  • Farrar, Straus & Company, Inc. -- 54.6
  • Farrell, James -- 54.6
  • Farrington, Conor -- 54.6
  • Fassett, Stephen B. -- 54.6
  • Faye, Northrop -- 54.6
  • Feder, Abe, 1909- -- 54.7
  • Feder, Lillian -- 54.7
  • Feigenbaum, Aryeh -- 54.7
  • Feigenbaum, Irwin -- 54.7
  • Fendrick, David R. -- 54.7
  • Fenwick, Joseph -- 54.7
  • Ferguson, Phyllis M. -- 54.7
  • Fergusson, Francis, 1904- -- 54.7
  • Ferlita, Ernest -- 54.7
  • Ferraresso, Anna -- 54.7
  • Ferrini, Vincent, 1913- -- 54.7
  • Fichlander, Zelda, 1924- -- 54.8
  • Fichou, Jean Pierre -- 54.8
  • Field, Helen -- 54.8
  • Field, Martin -- 54.8
  • Field Enterprises Educational Corporation -- 54.8
  • Field Enterprises, Inc. -- 54.8
  • Films for Democracy -- 54.8
  • Finkelstein, Louis, 1895- -- 54.8
  • Firari, Harvey -- 54.8
  • First Stage -- 54.8
  • Fisher, Jack -- 54.8
  • Fitelson, H. William, 1905- -- 54.8
  • Fitts, Dudley, 1903- -- 54.8
  • Fitzgibbon, Anne -- 54.8
  • Fitzroy, Herbert W. K. -- 54.8
  • Fjelde, Rolf -- 54.9
  • Flanagan, Hallie -- 54.9
  • Flannery, James W. -- 54.9
  • Flaxman, Seymour Lawrence, 1918- -- 54.9
  • Fleck, P. D. -- 54.9
  • Flinders University of South Australia -- 54.9
  • Flores, Angel, 1900- -- 54.9
  • Florida. University. Press -- 54.9
  • Forbes, Annetta F. -- 55.1
  • Force, William M. -- 55.1
  • Ford Foundation -- 55.1
  • Foreman, Stephen H. -- 55.1
  • Forster, Clifford -- 55.1
  • Fowler, Knox -- 55.1
  • Fowlie, Wallace -- 55.1
  • Fox, Chester -- 55.1
  • Fox, Jim -- 55.1
  • Fox, Joseph, 1906- -- 55.1
  • Fox, John B., Jr. -- 55.1
  • France, Richard, 1930- -- 55.2
  • Frank, Benno D. -- 55.2
  • Frankle, Charles E. -- 55.2
  • Franklin, Ruth -- 55.2
  • Fratelli Fabbri Editori -- 55.2
  • Fratti, Mario, 1927- -- 55.2
  • Free Chinese Literature Campaign to Aid Refugee Chinese Intellectuals, Inc. -- 55.3
  • Freedley, George, 1904-1967 -- 55.3
  • Freedman, Harold -- 55.3
  • Freedman, Manuel -- 55.3
  • Freedman, Morris, 1920- -- 55.3
  • Freedman, Robert, 1934- -- 55.3
  • Freeman, Charles K., 1900- -- 55.3
  • Freeman, David -- 55.3
  • Freestone, Norman -- 55.3
  • Frenz, Horst, 1912- -- 55.3
  • Freson, M. -- 55.3
  • Fried, Emanuel J. -- 55.4
  • Fried, Harvey -- 55.4
  • Friedman, Charles -- 55.4
  • Friedrich, Walter George, 1897- -- 55.4
  • Friend, John Edward -- 55.4
  • Frisch, Max, 1911- -- 55.4
  • Fronterhouse, Bob D. -- 55.4
  • Fuller, Edmund, 1914- -- 55.4
  • Fuller, Frances -- 55.4
  • Funatsu, Tatsumi -- 55.4
  • Funk & Wagnalls -- 55.4
  • Furniss, Edgar Stephenson, 1890- -- 55.4
  • Gaigi, Paritosh -- 55.5
  • Gaimster, Reginald -- 55.5
  • Gaines, Richard H., 1904-1975 -- 55.5
  • Gaissmayer, Michel -- 55.5
  • Gallagher, Buell Gordon, 1904- -- 55.5
  • Gallaway, Marian, 1903- -- 55.5
  • Gallup, Donald Clifford, 1913- -- 55.5
  • Galson, Eva O. -- 55.5
  • Gard, Robert Edward, 1910- -- 55.5
  • Garfiel, Theodore C. -- 55.5
  • Garren, Claude L. -- 55.5
  • Garrett, Eileen Jeanette Lyttle, 1893- -- 55.5
  • Garrison, Clayton -- 55.5
  • Garvey, Thomas V. -- 55.5
  • Gascoigne, Bamber -- 55.6
  • Gassner, Caroline (later Caroline Gassner Levine) -- 103.16
  • Gassner, Mordi -- 55.6
  • Gaster, Theodore Herzl, 1906- -- 55.6
  • Gatti, Arthur -- 55.6
  • Gaus’ (Theo.) Sons, Inc. -- 55.6
  • Geduld, Harry M. -- 55.6
  • Gehman, Richard, 1921-1972 -- 55.6
  • Gelber, Jack -- 55.6
  • Gelfand, Morris Arthur, 1908- -- 55.6
  • Geller, Stephen -- 55.6
  • Gerber, John C. -- 55.6
  • Gerstad, John, 1924- -- 55.6
  • Gertrude, Sister -- 55.6
  • Gessner, Robert, 1907- -- 55.6
  • Gieger, Milton -- 55.7
  • Gild, David -- 55.7
  • Gilday, Robert M. -- 55.7
  • Gilder, Rosamond, 1891- -- 55.7
  • Gilfond, Henry -- 55.7
  • Gill, Alan F. -- 55.7
  • Gillespie, Alan C. -- 55.7
  • Gilmer, Wilbur -- 56.1
  • Gilmour, F. Courtlandt R. -- 56.1
  • Gish, Lillian, 1893- -- 56.1
  • Gister, Earle R. -- 56.1
  • Glenn, Stanley Leonard -- 56.1
  • Glixon, David M. -- 56.1
  • Goetz, Philip W. -- 56.1
  • Goff, Lewin, 1919- -- 56.1
  • Goggin, Richard J. -- 56.1
  • Gohdes, Clarence Louis Frank, 1901- -- 56.1
  • Golbert, J. J. -- 56.1
  • Golden, John, 1874-1955 -- 56.1
  • Golding, David -- 56.1
  • Goldman, James -- 56.1
  • Goldman, Leo -- 56.1
  • Goldstein, Malcolm -- 56.1
  • Goldstone, Herbert -- 56.1
  • Goodhartz, Abraham Samuel, 1910- -- 56.2
  • Goodman, David Zelag -- 56.2
  • Goodman, Randolph G., 1905- -- 56.2
  • Gordon, Marvin -- 56.2
  • Gorelik, Mordecai, 1899- -- 56.2
  • Goth, Trudy -- 56.2
  • Gottlieb, Morton, 1921- -- 56.2
  • Graham, Kenneth L. -- 56.2
  • Grainger, Tom -- 56.2
  • Granovsky, Albert A. -- 56.2
  • Grebanier, Bernard David N., 1903- -- 56.2
  • Green, Abel, 1900-1973 -- 56.3
  • Green, Paul Eliot, 1894- -- 56.3
  • Green, William, 1926- -- 56.3
  • Greenburg, Edward -- 56.4
  • Greenburger, Ingrid -- 56.4
  • Greendale, Alexander -- 56.4
  • Greenfeld, Josh -- 56.4
  • Greenspan, Lou -- 56.4
  • Greenway, George Lauder -- 56.4
  • Greet, William Cabell, 1901- -- 56.4
  • Gref, Stephan James -- 56.4
  • Gresham, Bill -- 56.4
  • Griffin, Alice Sylvia Venezky, 1921- -- 56.4
  • Griffin, Robert Stuart -- 56.4
  • Grimm, Reinhold -- 56.4
  • Griswold, Alfred Whitney, 1906-1963 -- 56.4
  • Grolier Incorporated -- 56.4
  • Gronowicz, Antoni, 1913- -- 56.4
  • Grossman, Abraham -- 56.4
  • Grove Press, Inc. -- 56.4
  • Guare, John, 1938- -- 56.5
  • Guernsey, Otis Love, Jr., 1918- -- 56.5
  • Guerrieri, Anne D’Arbeloff -- 56.5
  • Guerrieri, Gerardo -- 56.5
  • Gurney, A. R., Jr., 1930- -- 56.5
  • Guyana. University -- 56.5
  • Gwynn, Frederick Landis -- 56.5
  • Haas, Rudolf, 1922- -- 56.5
  • Haas, Thomas Booth -- 56.5
  • Hadassah Magazine -- 56.5
  • Hagen, Uta, 1919- -- 56.5
  • Hagstrum, Jean H. -- 56.5
  • Hahn, Alice -- 56.5
  • Hailey, Oliver, 1932- -- 56.5
  • Haimbaugh, George D., Jr. -- 56.5
  • Hainaux, René -- 56.5
  • Hall, Clifton D. -- 57.1
  • Hallford, Edward U., Jr. -- 57.1
  • Hallmark Cards Incorporated -- 57.1
  • Halperin, Andrew S. -- 57.1
  • Halstead, William P. -- 57.1
  • Hamlet Revisited Company -- 57.1
  • Hamlin, George, 1920-1964 -- 57.1
  • Hammil, Joel -- 57.1
  • Hammond, Robert Morris, 1920- -- 57.1
  • Hansen, Bert B. -- 57.1
  • Hansen, Edwin Russell, 1913- -- 57.1
  • Hansen, Harold I., 1914- -- 57.1
  • Hanson, Arnold C. -- 57.1
  • Hanson, Jane -- 57.1
  • Harayda, John -- 57.2
  • Harbage, Alfred, 1901- -- 57.2
  • Harcourt, Brace and Company -- 57.2
  • Hare, Shirley E. -- 57.2
  • Harmon, R. K. -- 57.2
  • Harper’s -- 57.2
  • Harrington, Donal, 1905- -- 57.2
  • Harris, Patricia -- 57.2
  • Harris, Roger -- 57.2
  • Harrison, Richard A. -- 57.2
  • Harrison, Shirley Madeline -- 57.2
  • Harrison, firm, publishers, New York -- 57.2
  • Harshbarger, Henry Clay, 1900- -- 57.2
  • Hartke, Gilbert V. -- 57.2
  • Hartley, Lois Teal, 1923- -- 57.2
  • Hartman, Murray -- 57.2
  • Hartnoll, Phyllis, 1906- -- 57.3
  • Hartstein, Jacob Isaac, 1910- -- 57.3
  • Hartung, Ernest W. -- 57.3
  • Hartung, Nancy -- 57.3
  • Hartwig, Gilbert F. -- 57.3
  • Harvard Advocate -- 57.3
  • Harvard University. Department of English -- 57.3
  • Harvard University. Press -- 57.3
  • Harvard University. Society of Fellows -- 57.3
  • Harvey, Helen -- 57.3
  • Harvitt, Hélène Josephine, 1884- -- 57.3
  • Hashim, James -- 57.3
  • Hastings, Baird -- 57.3
  • Hatch, Robert -- 57.4
  • Hatfield, Walter Wilber, 1882- -- 57.4
  • Hatterer, Lawrence J. -- 57.4
  • Haverlin, Carl -- 57.4
  • Hawes, Marion Emsley, 1890- -- 57.4
  • Hawthorne, Bonnie -- 57.4
  • Hayes, Helen, 1900- -- 57.4
  • Hays, H. R. -- 57.4
  • Hazlewood, Margaret -- 57.5
  • Hebestreit, Edeltrand -- 57.5
  • Hecht, Ben, 1893-1964 -- 57.5
  • Hefner, Hubert C. -- 57.5
  • Heineman (James H.), Inc. -- 57.5
  • Heinlein, Mary Virginia -- 57.5
  • Helburn, Theresa, 1887-1959 -- 57.5
  • Held, Jack Preston -- 57.5
  • Heller, Paul -- 57.5
  • Hellman, Lillian, 1905- -- 57.5
  • Henderson, Archibald, 1877-1963 -- 57.5
  • Henderson, James -- 57.5
  • Henry, Brother -- 57.5
  • Henry, George D. -- 57.5
  • Henry, Peggy -- 57.5
  • Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery -- 57.5
  • Herlihy, James Leo, 1927- -- 57.5
  • Herne, Julie Adrienne, 1881-1955 -- 57.5
  • Herschberger, Ruth, 1917- -- 57.5
  • Herzog, Aura -- 57.5
  • Hewes, Henry, 1917- -- 57.6
  • Hewes, Robert F. -- 57.6
  • Hewitt, Barnard Wolcott, 1906- -- 57.6
  • Heyworth, Edwin -- 57.6
  • Hill, Errol -- 57.6
  • Hill, Jane -- 57.6
  • Hill and Wang -- 57.6
  • Hilles, Ted -- 57.6
  • Himelstein, Morgan Yale -- 57.6
  • Hinderaker, Ivan -- 57.7
  • Hinkel, Cecil E., 1913- -- 57.7
  • Hirsch, Samuel, 1917- -- 57.7
  • Hitchens, Gordon -- 57.7
  • Hock, Robert D. -- 57.7
  • Hodge, Francis -- 57.7
  • Hoffman, Dorothy Tennow -- 58.1
  • Hoffman, Richard Lee -- 58.1
  • Hoffman, Stanford E. -- 58.1
  • Hoffman, Theodore, 1922- -- 58.1
  • Hohenberg, John -- 58.1
  • Holden, Reuben Andrus, 1918- -- 58.1
  • Holland, Bat -- 58.1
  • Holland, May -- 58.1
  • Holloway, Emory, 1885- -- 58.1
  • Holt (Henry) and Company, Inc. -- 58.1
  • Holt, Rinehart and Winston, Inc. -- 58.2-5
  • Holt, Stella -- 58.1
  • Holtzman, Paul D. -- 58.1
  • Homan, Sidney R. -- 58.6
  • Honig, Edwin, 1919- -- 58.6
  • Hooker, Helene Maxwell, 1907- -- 58.6
  • Hoover, Marjorie Leonard -- 58.6
  • Hopkins, Ruth -- 58.6
  • Horn, Francis H. -- 58.6
  • Houghton Mifflin Company -- 59.1-2
  • Houghton, Norris, 1909- -- 58.6
  • Houseman, John, 1902- -- 58.6
  • Houston Little Theatre -- 58.6
  • Hoxie, Ralph Gordon, 1919- -- 58.6
  • Hoyt, Harlowe Randall -- 58.6
  • Hristic, Jovan -- 59.3
  • Hruby, Norbert J., 1918- -- 59.3
  • Huber, Louis Hans -- 59.3
  • Huberman, Edward, 1910- -- 59.3
  • Hudson, Richard C. -- 59.3
  • Hughes, Elinor -- 59.3
  • Hughes, Glenn, 1894-1964 -- 59.3
  • Hughes, Langston, 1902-1967 -- 59.3
  • Hughes, Richard Arthur Warren, 1900-1976 -- 59.3
  • Hull, Josephine, d. 1957 -- 59.3
  • Hunt, Althea -- 59.3
  • Hunt, Betty Lee, 1920- -- 59.3
  • Hunt, Dorothy -- 59.3
  • Hunt, Norman E. -- 59.3
  • Hunter, Frederick James, 1916- -- 59.3
  • Hunter, Kermit Houston, 1910- -- 59.3
  • Hunter, Mary -- 59.3
  • Hurok, Solomon, 1883-1974 -- 59.3
  • Hurrell, John D. -- 59.3
  • Illinois. Southern Illinois University -- 59.4
  • Imprimerie du Compagnounage -- 59.4
  • Ince, Alexander, 1892- -- 59.4
  • Independent Citizens’ Committee of the Arts, Sciences and Professions -- 59.4
  • Indiana. University. Press -- 59.4
  • Inge, William Motter, 1913-1973 -- 59.4
  • Ingerson, Martin -- 59.4
  • Ingham, Robert E. -- 59.4
  • Institute for Advanced Studies in the Theatre Arts -- 59.4
  • Institute of International Education -- 59.4
  • Institute of Outdoor Drama -- 59.4
  • International Arthur Schnitzler Research Association -- 59.4
  • International Institute of Arts and Letters -- 59.4
  • Internatinal Ladies’ Garment Workers’ Union -- 59.4
  • International Platform Association -- 59.4
  • International Productions, Inc. -- 59.4
  • International Rescue Committee -- 59.4
  • International Writers Conference -- 59.4
  • Inter-University Council for Higher Education Overseas -- 59.4
  • Irwin, Ben -- 59.4
  • Irwin, Vera R. -- 59.4
  • Israel, Richard J. -- 59.4
  • Jacobson, Nathan, 1910- -- 59.5
  • Jaffe, Leo, 1909- -- 59.5
  • Jaffe, William B., 1904- -- 59.5
  • Jain, N. C. -- 59.5
  • Jamestown Corporation, Williamsburg, Va. -- 59.5
  • Janes, Kenneth H. -- 59.5
  • Janowsky, Oscar Isaiah, 1900- -- 59.5
  • Jarring, Gunnar, 1907- -- 59.5
  • Jeffers, Robinson, 1887-1962 -- 59.5
  • Jenkins, Lee Clinton -- 59.5
  • Johannaber, John W. -- 59.5
  • John Golden Fund, Inc. -- 60.1-3
  • John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation -- 59.5
  • Johnson, Edgar -- 59.5
  • Johnson, Greer -- 59.5
  • Johnson, Ruth, 1906- -- 59.5
  • Johnston, Robert A. -- 59.5
  • Jones, Dorothy -- 59.5
  • Jones, Ernest -- 59.5
  • Jones, Margo, 1913-1955 -- 59.5
  • Joys, Herbert J. -- 59.5
  • Juergens, Robert O. -- 59.5
  • July, Robert W. -- 59.5
  • Kalé, Promad -- 60.4
  • Kalfin, Robert, 1933- -- 60.4
  • Kansas City Regional Council for Higher Education -- 60.4
  • Kanuga Conferences -- 60.4
  • Kaplan, Lloyd -- 60.4
  • Kapp Records -- 60.4
  • Karamu Foundation, Inc. -- 60.4
  • Karchmer, Sylvan N. -- 60.4
  • Kardoss, John -- 60.4
  • Karnet, George -- 60.4
  • Karp, Peter S. -- 60.4
  • Kase, Charles Robert -- 60.4
  • Kathleen Marie, Sister -- 60.4
  • Katz, B. Z. -- 60.4
  • Katz, Raymond -- 60.4
  • Kaye, Joseph -- 60.4
  • Kazan, Elia, 1909- -- 60.4
  • Kean, Gerald -- 61.1
  • Kearns, A. J. -- 61.1
  • Keating, Aurel -- 61.1
  • Keating, Edward M., 1925- -- 61.1
  • Keith, William Harvey -- 61.1
  • Kelada, Asaad -- 61.1
  • Keller, David M. -- 61.1
  • Keller, James Gregory, 1900- -- 61.1
  • Kenyon College, Gambier, Ohio -- 61.1
  • Kenyon College, Gambier, Ohio. Lectureships Committee -- 61.1
  • Keppel, A. R. -- 61.1
  • Kerkham, Derrick Francis, 1918- -- 61.1
  • Kerman, Gertrude Lerner -- 61.1
  • Kern, Edith -- 61.1
  • Kernan, Alvin B. -- 61.1
  • Kernodle, George Riley, 1907- -- 61.2
  • Kerr, Chester Broods, 1913- -- 61.2
  • Kerr, Edith -- 61.2
  • Kerr, Walter, 1913- -- 61.2
  • Kerz, Leo, 1912- -- 61.2
  • Kezerian, Stephen A. -- 61.2
  • Kiely, Margaret -- 61.2
  • King, Carolyn A. -- 61.2
  • King, Walter N. -- 61.2
  • Kingsley, Sidney, 1906- -- 61.2
  • Kirkland, Dorothy Hopkins -- 61.2
  • Kirkland, Joseph -- 61.2
  • Kirschner-Welles, _____ -- 61.2
  • Kitt, Henry -- 61.2
  • Kittredge, Helen G. -- 61.2
  • Kleiman, Harlan Philip, 1940- -- 61.3
  • Klein, Richard -- 61.3
  • Kline, James D. -- 61.3
  • Klipstein, Abner D., 1912- -- 61.3
  • Klopstock, A. -- 61.3
  • Knauf, David Martin, 1936- -- 61.3
  • Knopf (Alfred A.), Inc., New York -- 61.3
  • Knower, Barry -- 61.3
  • Koch, Kenneth, 1925- -- 61.3
  • Kochman, Andrew J. -- 61.3
  • Koffka, Louise -- 61.3
  • Koffler, Richard M. -- 61.3
  • Kohls, Walter -- 61.3
  • Kokeri, Olympia -- 61.3
  • Kolodin, Irving, 1908- -- 61.3
  • Kook, Edward, 1903- -- 61.3
  • Kopit, Arthur L. -- 61.3
  • Korn, Charles -- 61.3
  • Kornzweig, Ben -- 61.3
  • Korzenik, Harold -- 61.3
  • Kovcs, Oscar -- 61.3
  • Kozlenko, Paul -- 61.3
  • Kozlenko, William, 1908- -- 61.3
  • Kracht, Fritz Andreas, 1926- -- 61.4
  • Kranes, David -- 61.4
  • Krause, David, 1917- -- 61.4
  • Kretzmann, Otto Paul, 1901- -- 61.4
  • Kreuzer, James R., 1913- -- 61.4
  • Kroll, Lucy -- 61.4
  • Kronenberger, Louis, 1904- -- 61.4
  • Krüger, Lutz Erich -- 61.4
  • Krutch, Joseph Wood, 1893-1970 -- 61.4
  • Kubly, Herbert -- 61.4
  • Kuiper, John Bennett, 1918- -- 61.4
  • Kuner, Mildred C. -- 61.4
  • Kushner, David -- 61.4
  • Laga, Tom -- 61.5
  • Lamont, Rosette C. -- 61.5
  • Lamport, Harold -- 61.5
  • Landau, Jack, 1925-1967 -- 61.5
  • Lander, Harry P. -- 61.5
  • Landis, Joseph C. -- 61.5
  • Landy, Florence -- 61.5
  • Lang, Lester E. -- 61.6
  • Lang, Miriam -- 61.6
  • Lang, Pearl -- 61.6
  • Lange, Victor, 1908- -- 61.6
  • Langhans, Edward A., 1923- -- 61.6
  • Langner, Armina Marshall, 1900- -- 61.6
  • Langner, Lawrence, 1890-1962 -- 61.6
  • Langner, Philip, 1926- -- 61.6
  • Lanyi, Andrew -- 61.6
  • Lanzl, Frank -- 61.6
  • Lanzl, Martha G. -- 61.6
  • Lapica, Ray -- 61.6
  • Larsen, Robert L. -- 61.7
  • Larson, Orvin Prentiss -- 61.7
  • Lattimore, Richard Alexander, 1906- -- 61.7
  • Laufe, Abe -- 61.7
  • Laurents, Arthur, 1920- -- 61.7
  • Lavandero, Leopoldo Santiago -- 61.7
  • Lavery, Emmet, 1902- -- 61.7
  • Law, Mouzon, 1922- -- 61.7
  • Lawrence, David -- 61.7
  • Lawson, John Howard, 1895- -- 61.7
  • Lazar, Bernard -- 61.7
  • Lazarus, Paul N., Jr., 1913- -- 61.7
  • Leach, Peter -- 62.1
  • Leathem, Barclay, 1900- -- 62.1
  • Leavenworth, Coman -- 62.1
  • Ledgerwood, Vern -- 62.1
  • Lee, Lorraine Sobel -- 62.1
  • Lee, Virgil Jackson, Jr. -- 62.1
  • Legate, David M. -- 62.1
  • Leigh (W. Colston), Inc. -- 62.1
  • Lenz, Harold -- 62.1
  • Leone, Leonard, 1914- -- 62.2
  • Leone, Vicky -- 62.2
  • Levente, Osztovits -- 62.2
  • Levin, G. Roy -- 62.2
  • Levin, Harry, 1912- -- 62.2
  • Levin, Meyer, 1905- -- 62.2
  • Levy, Abe -- 62.2
  • Levy, Edith Jonas -- 62.2
  • Levy, Richard -- 62.2
  • Lewis, Allan -- 62.3
  • Lewis, Martin -- 62.3
  • Lewis, Nathan A. -- 62.3
  • Lewis, Wilmarth Sheldon, 1895- -- 62.3
  • Ley-Piscator, Maria von Czada, 1905- -- 62.3
  • Li, Man-Kuei -- 62.3
  • Libert, Jack, Mrs. -- 62.3
  • Lidor, Alexander -- 62.3
  • Liebling, William, 1895- -- 62.3
  • Lifson, David S. -- 62.3
  • Light, Jim -- 62.3
  • Lihn, David -- 62.3
  • Lilienthal, Philip E. -- 62.3
  • Lillys, William -- 62.3
  • Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, New York Repertory Theatre -- 62.3
  • Lindsey, Henry C. -- 62.3
  • Linton, Calvin Darlington, 1914- -- 62.3
  • Lippman, Alfred -- 62.4
  • Lippman, Monroe, 1905- -- 62.4
  • Lippmann, Alice Drey -- 62.4
  • Lippmann, Zilla -- 62.4
  • Lipskin, Lawrence H. -- 62.4
  • Lipskin, Michael -- 62.4
  • Lipsky, David, 1907- -- 62.4
  • Litt, Dorothy E. -- 62.4
  • Little, Frederick H. -- 62.4
  • Loehfelm, Henriette -- 62.5
  • Loftis, John Clyde, 1919- -- 62.5
  • London (Canada) Little Theatre -- 62.5
  • Loney, Glenn Meredith, 1928- -- 62.5
  • Long, William I. -- 62.5
  • Longo, Chris -- 62.5
  • Loper, Robert -- 62.5
  • Lorentz, Pare, 1905- -- 62.5
  • Lortel, Lucille -- 62.5
  • Loughlin, Richard L. -- 62.6
  • Louisiana. State University. Press -- 62.6
  • Lumkin, Grace -- 62.6
  • Lunari, Luigi -- 62.6
  • Lund, F. Edward -- 62.6
  • Lund, Martha -- 62.6
  • Lurie (Samuel) Associates -- 62.6
  • Lust, Geraldine -- 62.6
  • Lutz, Caroline S. -- 62.6
  • Lynch, William F., 1908- -- 62.6
  • MCA, Inc. -- 62.7
  • Mabley, Edward Howe, 1906- -- 62.7
  • McAndrew, Andrew Robert, 1911- -- 63.1
  • McCaffrey, Donald William, 1925- -- 63.1
  • McCall (Monica), Inc. -- 63.1
  • McCandless, Stanley Russell -- 63.1
  • McClintic, Guthrie, 1893-1961 -- 63.1
  • McCollom, William Gilman, 1911- -- 63.1
  • McConnell, Frederic Charles -- 63.1
  • McCulley, Cecil Michael -- 63.1
  • McDonough, J. C. -- 63.1
  • McDowell, Frederick P. W. -- 63.1
  • McDowell, James R. -- 63.1
  • McDowell, John Huber, 1903- -- 63.1
  • MacDowell Colony, Peterborough, N. H. -- 63.1
  • McGard, Charles -- 63.1
  • McGlone, Edna -- 63.1
  • McGoun, Ralph C. -- 63.1
  • Macgowan, Kenneth, 1888-1963 -- 63.1
  • McGraw-Hill Book Company, Inc. -- 63.1
  • Mack, Maynard, 1909- -- 63.1
  • McLaughlin, William -- 63.1
  • McLeod, Archibald, 1906- -- 63.1
  • Macmillan, firm, publishers, London -- 63.1
  • Macmillan, firm, publishers, New York -- 63.1
  • McMullan, Frank Alonzo, 1907- -- 63.1
  • McNamara, Brooks -- 63.2
  • McNutt, David Ross -- 63.2
  • MacQueen, Evelyn S. -- 63.2
  • Macrae Smith Company -- 63.2
  • Madden, Jerry David -- 63.2
  • Magaret, Helen, 1906- -- 63.2
  • Magoon, Eaton -- 63.2
  • Magowan, Stephen -- 63.2
  • Magyarok Világszövetsége -- 63.2
  • Maitra, Lila -- 63.2
  • Major, James W. -- 63.2
  • Malina, Judith, 1926- -- 63.3
  • Mallis, Constantine Alexander -- 63.3
  • Malone Society, London -- 63.3
  • Maltby, Richard E., Jr., 1937- -- 63.3
  • Mandel, Oscar -- 63.3
  • Mandel, Stephan M. -- 63.3
  • Mandelstam, Abraham -- 63.3
  • Manfred, Ernest Fred -- 63.3
  • Mangham, R. McAllister -- 63.3
  • Manhattan Community Centers, Inc. -- 63.3
  • Mankin, Paul A. -- 63.3
  • Mann, Gerald -- 63.3
  • Mann, Paul, 1910- -- 63.3
  • Mann, Theodore, 1924- -- 63.3
  • Mantell, Harold -- 63.3
  • Mantell, Marianne, 1929- -- 63.3
  • Mantle, Robert Burns, 1873-1948 -- 63.3
  • Marder, Alfred -- 63.4
  • Marder, Louis -- 63.4
  • Margolies, Albert -- 63.4
  • Markgraf, Bruce -- 63.4
  • Marqués, René -- 63.4
  • Marroney, Peter R. -- 63.4
  • Marshall, Herbert, 1890-1966 -- 63.4
  • Marshall, John -- 63.4
  • Martin, Harold Clark -- 63.4
  • Martz, Louis Lohr -- 63.4
  • Mary Marguerite, Sister -- 63.4
  • Maschler, Michael -- 64.1
  • Mason, Michael, 1924- -- 64.1
  • Massachusetts. University. Department of English -- 64.1
  • Mates, Julian, 1927- -- 64.1
  • Mather, Charles Chambers -- 64.1
  • Matheson, Belle Seddon, 1899- -- 64.1
  • Mathews, Jane DeHart -- 64.1
  • Mathias, Michael -- 64.1
  • Matlaw, Myron -- 64.1
  • Matthews, John F., 1918- -- 64.1
  • Max, Jerome -- 64.1
  • Maxwell, Richard -- 64.1
  • Maxwell, William F. -- 64.1
  • May, Mark -- 64.1
  • Mayer, Clara W., 1895- -- 64.1
  • Mayhew, Malcolm -- 64.1
  • Mayleas, Ruth, 1925- -- 64.1
  • Mayorga, Margaret Gardner, 1894- -- 64.1
  • Mazur, Paul Myer, 1892- -- 64.2
  • Mazzone-Clementi, Carlo -- 64.2
  • Meigs, Cornelia Lynde, 1884- -- 64.3
  • Meisel, Martin -- 64.3
  • Meisner, Sanford, 1905- -- 64.3
  • Melnick, Carol Renner -- 64.3
  • Melnitz, William W., 1900- -- 64.3
  • Mendum, Ann -- 64.3
  • Menken, Helen, 1901-1966 -- 64.3
  • Meranze, David S. -- 64.4
  • Mercier, Vivian, 1919- -- 64.4
  • Meridian Books, Inc. -- 64.4
  • Mersand, Joseph E., 1907- -- 64.4
  • Merwin, Philip D. -- 64.4
  • Meserve, Walter J. -- 64.4
  • Meskin, Aaron -- 64.4
  • Methuen & Co., Ltd. -- 64.4
  • Meyer, Ann Starr -- 64.4
  • Meyerowitz, Jan, 1913- -- 64.4
  • Meyers, Ben -- 64.4
  • Michael, James Elder -- 64.4
  • Michigan. University. Press -- 64.4
  • Mickel, Jere C. -- 64.4
  • Midani, Akram -- 64.5
  • Middle Eastern Affairs -- 64.5
  • Mielech, Ronald -- 64.5
  • Millar, John, Jr. -- 64.5
  • Miller, Arthur, 1915- -- 64.5
  • Miller, Gilbert Heron, 1884-1969 -- 64.5
  • Miller, Henry -- 64.5
  • Miller, J. William -- 64.5
  • Miller, Robert Daniel, 1910- -- 64.5
  • Miller, Wilbur C. -- 64.5
  • Millholland, Bruce -- 64.5
  • Mills, Harlan Dorst -- 64.5
  • Milward, J. Dudley -- 64.5
  • Miner, Worthington Cogswell, 1900- -- 65.1
  • Minnesota. University. Press -- 65.1
  • Minor, Dale -- 65.1
  • Mintz, Edmond Owen -- 65.1
  • Miodownik, Eva -- 65.2
  • Miskin, Leo -- 65.2
  • Mitchell, John D., 1917- -- 65.2
  • Mitchell, Loften -- 65.2
  • Mitchell, Ronald E., 1905- -- 65.2
  • Mittler, Leo -- 65.2
  • Modern Drama -- 65.2
  • Moe, Henry Allen -- 65.2
  • Molnar, Joe -- 65.2
  • Montague, Doris -- 65.2
  • Moody, Richard, 1911- -- 65.2
  • Mookerjee, Ajitcoomar -- 65.3
  • Moore, Charlotte -- 65.3
  • Moore, Lamont -- 65.3
  • Moreno, Ralph -- 65.3
  • Morgan, Randy -- 65.3
  • Morison, Elting Elmore -- 65.3
  • Morley, Felix Muskett, 1894- -- 65.3
  • Morris, Newbold -- 65.3
  • Morris, Robert F. -- 65.3
  • Morris, Ruth, 1926- -- 65.3
  • Morris, William, Jr., 1899- -- 65.3
  • Morris (William) Agency, Inc. -- 65.3
  • Morrison, Jack -- 65.3
  • Mosel, Tad -- 65.4
  • Moser, Charles A. -- 65.4
  • Moses, Gilbert -- 65.4
  • Moudouès, Rose Marie -- 65.4
  • Mount, Raymond -- 65.4
  • Muchnic, Helen -- 65.4
  • Mueller, Carl Richard -- 65.4
  • Mungerson, Margaret -- 65.4
  • Munn, Gary -- 65.4
  • Murray, Robert Bruce -- 65.4
  • Music Publishers Holding Corporation -- 65.4
  • Music Theatre of Lincoln Center, Inc. -- 65.4
  • Myers, Gerald E. -- 65.4
  • Myrivilli, Katie L. -- 65.4
  • Nadel, Norman, 1915- -- 65.5
  • Nathan, George Jean, 1882-1958 -- 65.5
  • Nathanson, Jerome -- 65.5
  • National Arts Club -- 65.5
  • National Catholic Theatre Conference -- 65.5
  • National Council of Teachers of English -- 65.5
  • National Foundation on the Arts and the Humanities -- 65.5
  • National Repertory Theatre Foundation -- 65.5
  • National Theatre Conference -- 65.5
  • Nebraska. University. Prairie Schooner -- 65.6
  • Nebraska. University. Press -- 65.6
  • Nebraska. University. University Theatre -- 65.6
  • Nederlands Centrum van het Internationaal Theater Instituut -- 65.6
  • Negro, Dante -- 65.6
  • Nehru, Shri Shridhar, 1888- -- 65.6
  • Nelson, Robert James, 1925- -- 65.6
  • Nemiroff, Robert -- 65.6
  • Neufeld, John -- 65.6
  • Neumann, Henry, 1882- -- 65.6
  • New Directions -- 66.1
  • New Dramatists Committee -- 66.1
  • New England Theatre Conference -- 66.1
  • New Haven Jewish Community Center -- 66.1
  • New Hungarian Quarterly -- 66.1
  • New Theatre Workshop, Inc. -- 66.1
  • New York City. Teachers’ Retirement Board -- 66.1
  • New York State Community Theatre Association -- 66.1
  • New York. State University. Teachers College -- 66.1
  • New York. Television station WCBS-TV -- 66.1
  • New York University. English Graduate Association -- 66.1
  • New York University. Press -- 66.1
  • Newberry College. Department of Speech and Theatre -- 66.1
  • Newfield, John -- 66.1
  • Newman, Isidora -- 66.1
  • Nichols, Dudley, 1895- -- 66.2
  • Nickole, Leonidas, 1929- -- 66.2
  • Nicoll, Allardyce, 1894-1976 -- 66.2
  • Nolt, Evelyn -- 66.2
  • Norris, Barnard -- 66.2
  • North Carolina. Board of Higher Education -- 66.2
  • North Carolina. University. Institute of Outdoor Drama -- 66.2
  • North Carolina. University. Press -- 66.2
  • Norton, Elliot, 1903- -- 66.3
  • Norton (W. W.) and Company, Inc. -- 66.3
  • Norwalk, Conn. Board of Education -- 66.3
  • Noss, Osea -- 66.3
  • Notable American Women -- 66.3
  • Novick, Julius -- 66.3
  • Noyes, George Rapall, 1873-1952 -- 66.3
  • Nozick, Martin, 1917- -- 66.3
  • Obee, Harold B. -- 66.4
  • O’Brien, Paul D. -- 66.4
  • O’Brien, Robert J. -- 66.4
  • O’Casey, Sean, 1884-1964 -- 66.5
  • O’Connell, Richard -- 66.4
  • O’Connor, William Van, 1915- -- 66.4
  • Odell, Amelia Q. -- 66.4
  • Odets, Clifford, 1906-1963 -- 66.4
  • Oenslager, Donald, 1902-1975 -- 66.4
  • Oettingher, Elmer -- 66.4
  • Ogden, Leslie P. -- 66.4
  • O’Hara, Frank Hurburt, 1888- -- 66.4
  • Ohl, Carol -- 66.4
  • O’Keefe, Winston -- 66.4
  • Oliansky, Joel -- 66.4
  • Olson, Elder, 1909- -- 66.4
  • Olson, Gwen A. -- 66.4
  • O’Neal, Charles -- 66.6
  • Operation Brotherhood -- 66.6
  • Oppenheimer, George, 1900- -- 66.6
  • Opus -- 66.6
  • Ordoobadi, A. -- 66.6
  • Osborn, James Marshall -- 66.6
  • Osborn, Margot -- 66.6
  • Osborne, R. V. -- 66.6
  • O’Toole, John -- 66.6
  • Overseas School of Rome -- 66.6
  • Owens, Clara -- 66.6
  • Oxford University. Bodleian Library -- 66.6
  • Oxford University Press -- 66.6
  • Özdoǧru, Nüvit -- 66.6
  • Paderewski Foundation, Inc. -- 66.7
  • Palestrant, Judy Keller -- 66.7
  • Paley, Lillian -- 66.7
  • Panjab University. Office of the Registrar -- 66.7
  • Paolucci, Anne -- 66.7
  • Parchman, Roma A. -- 66.7
  • Parke, Lawrence -- 66.7
  • Parker, Fan, 1905- -- 66.7
  • Parker, William Riley, 1906- -- 66.7
  • Parks, George B. -- 66.7
  • Parmenter, Charlotte J. -- 66.7
  • Parson, Mary Jean -- 66.7
  • Patrick, John Max, 1911- -- 66.7
  • Patterson, John O. -- 66.7
  • Pattinson, Patrick -- 66.7
  • Pauker, Edmond, d. 1962 -- 66.7
  • Paul, Miriam Whyte -- 66.7
  • Paul, Theodore, Jr. -- 66.7
  • Paulson, Arvid -- 66.7
  • Paxinou, Katina, 1900-1973 -- 66.7
  • Pearce, John C. -- 67.1
  • Pearlman, Gilbert D. -- 67.1
  • Pearson, Norman Holmes, 1909- -- 67.1
  • Peck, Seymour -- 67.1
  • Pedicord, Harry William -- 67.1
  • Pegis, Anton Charles, 1905- -- 67.1
  • Pell, John Howland Gibbs, 1904- -- 67.1
  • Penguin Books Limited -- 67.1
  • Penueli, Shmuel Yeshayahu, 1904- -- 67.1
  • People’s Almanac -- 67.1
  • Peple, Edward C. -- 67.1
  • Peri, Hiram, 1900-1962 -- 67.2
  • Perrin, James -- 67.2
  • Perry, Bernard B. -- 67.2
  • Perspectives USA -- 67.2
  • Peter, M. Marie, Sister -- 67.2
  • Petersen, A. John -- 67.2
  • Peterson, Edwin Lewis -- 67.2
  • Petronio, Louis Anthony -- 67.2
  • Pettegrove, James P. -- 67.2
  • Pettet, Edwin Burr, 1913- -- 67.2
  • Peyre, Henri, 1901- -- 67.2
  • Pfleger, Allan F. -- 67.2
  • Philadelphia. Temple University. Department of English -- 67.3
  • Philbrick, Norman, 1913- -- 67.3
  • Phillips, David C. -- 67.3
  • Phillips, Gary -- 67.3
  • Phillips, Gene D. -- 67.3
  • Phillips (S. G.), Inc. -- 67.3
  • Philp, Richard N. -- 67.3
  • Pick, John, 1911- -- 67.3
  • Pick, Walter -- 67.3
  • Pilditch, Charles R. -- 67.3
  • Pilkington, John, 1918- -- 67.3
  • Piscator, Erwin, 1893-1966 -- 67.3
  • Pitcher, Oliver -- 67.3
  • Pitt, Catherine -- 67.3
  • Pline, Richard A. -- 67.3
  • Pomerantz, Edward, 1934- -- 67.4
  • Pontifical Institute of Mediaeval Studies -- 67.4
  • Poor Theatre of High Point, Inc. -- 67.4
  • Popkin, Henry -- 67.4
  • Poriss, Edward I. -- 67.4
  • Porter, Quincy, 1897- -- 67.4
  • Porterfield, Robert, 1905-1971 -- 67.4
  • Post, Walter -- 67.4
  • Potter, Dan -- 67.4
  • Poulton, Kay -- 67.4
  • Powers, Bruce R. -- 67.4
  • Pratt, Robert -- 67.5
  • Prentice-Hall, Inc. -- 67.5
  • Price, Martin, 1920- -- 67.5
  • Price, Monroe E. -- 67.5
  • Prickitt, Henry Beall -- 67.5
  • Princeton University. Faculty Committee on Public Lectures -- 67.5
  • Princeton University. Press -- 67.5
  • Pritchard, Barry -- 67.6
  • Proodian, Ralph -- 67.6
  • Prouty, Charles Tyler -- 67.6
  • Putnam’s (G. P.) Sons -- 67.6
  • Pyramid Publications, Inc. -- 67.6
  • Queens College. Flushing, New York. Friends of the Library -- 67.6
  • Quinby, George H., 1901- -- 67.6
  • Quinn, Edward -- 67.6
  • Quintana, Ricardo -- 67.6
  • Quintero, José, 1924- -- 67.6
  • Raben, Joseph, 1924- -- 67.7
  • Racolin, Alexander E. -- 67.7
  • Rae, Thomas N. -- 67.7
  • Raleigh, John Henry, 1920- -- 67.7
  • Random House, Inc. -- 67.7
  • Random House, New York -- 67.7
  • Rankin, James Brownlee -- 67.7
  • Rapaport, David -- 67.8
  • Ratcliffe, Thomas G., Jr. -- 67.8
  • Ratterree, Jan Buttram -- 67.8
  • Raviv, Zeev -- 67.8
  • Raymo, Robert R. -- 67.8
  • Razran, Gregory Harry Solomon, 1901- -- 67.8
  • Read, William Merritt, 1901- -- 68.1
  • Reade, Leslie Isaac, 1904- -- 68.1
  • Reardon, William Robert -- 68.1
  • Reavis, Logan U. -- 68.1
  • Redpath, William M. -- 68.1
  • Reed, Joseph Verner, 1902- -- 68.1
  • Regina, Sister -- 68.2
  • Reich, John Theodor, 1906- -- 68.2
  • Reidenbaugh, G. F. -- 68.2
  • Reilly, Jim -- 68.2
  • Reinheimer, Howard E., 1899- -- 68.2
  • Reiser, Robert S. -- 68.2
  • Renaissance Foundation for the Arts -- 68.2
  • Renaissance Society of America -- 68.2
  • Renascence -- 68.2
  • Renoir, Jean, 1894- -- 68.2
  • Reynolds, Ota T. -- 68.2
  • Ribner, Irving -- 68.3
  • Rice, Elmer L., 1892-1967 -- 68.3
  • Rich, Marian -- 68.3
  • Richards, Glenn K. -- 68.3
  • Richardson, Ransom Lloyd, 1914- -- 68.3
  • Richter, Clara S. -- 68.3
  • Rindler, Milton, 1898- -- 68.3
  • Ritchie, Harry M. -- 68.3
  • Rivers, Louis, 1922- -- 68.3
  • Rives, Ralph Hardee -- 68.3
  • Rivlin, Harry Nathaniel, 1904- -- 68.3
  • Roberts, Edward Barry -- 68.4
  • Roberts, Vera Mowry, 1918- -- 68.4
  • Robertson, Marian -- 68.4
  • Robinson, Charles Knox -- 68.4
  • Robinson, Earl, 1910- -- 68.4
  • Robinson, Horace William -- 68.4
  • Robinson, Hubbell, Jr. -- 68.4
  • Rock, Norman E. -- 68.4
  • Rockefeller Foundation -- 68.4
  • Rodell, John S. -- 68.5
  • Rogers & Hammerstein Foundation -- 68.5
  • Rogers, James C. -- 68.5
  • Roitman, Wolf -- 68.5
  • Rolland, Marie -- 68.5
  • Roosevelt, Eleanor Roosevelt, 1884-1962 -- 68.5
  • Rosenberg, Lee -- 68.5
  • Rosenberg, Marvin, 1912- -- 68.5
  • Rosenblum, William F. -- 68.5
  • Rosenfeld, Sybil Marion, 1903- -- 68.5
  • Rosenthal, Lucy -- 68.5
  • Rosita, Sister -- 68.5
  • Ross, David -- 68.6
  • Ross, Dorothy -- 68.6
  • Ross, Stanley Robert, 1921- -- 68.6
  • Rotimi, Ola -- 68.6
  • Rous, Daniel -- 68.6
  • Rowe, Kenneth Thorpe, 1900- -- 68.6
  • Rowell, Hugh Grant, 1892- -- 68.6
  • Ruben, José -- 68.6
  • Rutenberg, Michael -- 68.6
  • Rutgers University, New Brunswick, N. J. -- 68.6
  • Ryan, Pat M., Jr. -- 68.6
  • Sabbath, Lawrence -- 68.7
  • Sachar, Abram Leon, 1899- -- 68.7
  • Sachs, Mary Parmly Koues -- 68.7
  • Saffran, Samuel S. -- 68.7
  • Salisbury, Leah, d. 1975 -- 68.7
  • Salmon, Eric -- 68.7
  • Salzburg Seminar in American Studies -- 68.7
  • Sam S. Shubert Foundation, Inc. -- 68.7
  • Sanctis, Filippo Maria Da, 1926- -- 68.7
  • Sanford, Terry, 1917- -- 68.7
  • Sangal, Mahendra Pratap -- 68.7
  • Sargent, Linda G. -- 68.7
  • Saturday Review, New York -- 68.7
  • Savage, George, 1909- -- 68.7
  • Savan, Bruce, 1927- -- 68.7
  • Saxon, Charles D. -- 68.7
  • Sbarge, Stephen A. -- 68.7
  • Scanlan, John -- 69.1
  • Schaefer, George, 1920- -- 69.1
  • Schaefer, Louise -- 69.1
  • Schapiro, Seth L. -- 69.1
  • Schary, Dore, 1905- -- 69.1
  • Schechner, Richard, 1934- -- 69.1
  • Scher, Helene -- 69.1
  • Schevill, James Edwin, 1920- -- 69.1
  • Schildkraut, Joseph, d. 1964 -- 69.1
  • Schlochauer, Ernst J. -- 69.1
  • Schmidt, Judith -- 69.2
  • Schmidt, Sandra -- 69.2
  • Schneid, Otto -- 69.2
  • Schneider, Alan, 1917- -- 69.2
  • Schneider, Batami -- 69.2
  • Schneider, Peggy -- 69.2
  • Schnitzer, Robert C., 1906- -- 69.2
  • Schnitzler, Heinrich -- 69.2
  • Schochen, Seyril, 1915- -- 69.3
  • Schocken Books, publishers -- 69.3
  • Schoeller (M.), Bücherstube -- 69.3
  • Schrock, Gladden -- 69.3
  • Schueler, Herbert -- 69.3
  • Schuman, Henry -- 69.3
  • Schutz, W. Stanley -- 69.3
  • Scott, Joseph, dramatist -- 69.3
  • Scribner’s firm, publishers, New York -- 69.3
  • Seabury Press -- 69.4
  • Segel, Harold Bernard -- 69.4
  • Segura, Harriette -- 69.4
  • Seiden, Morton Irving, 1921- -- 69.4
  • Seidler, Oskar -- 69.4
  • Seidman, J. S., 1901- -- 69.4
  • Selden, Samuel, 1899- -- 69.4
  • Seawall, Richard Benson -- 69.4
  • Shaber, David -- 69.4
  • Shakow, Zara -- 69.4
  • Shane, Joseph B. -- 69.4
  • Shank, Theodore Junior -- 69.4
  • Shapiro, Meyer -- 69.4
  • Sharon Creative Arts Foundation -- 69.4
  • Shaver, Claude Lester, 1905- -- 69.4
  • Shaw, George Bernard, 1856-1950 -- 69.4
  • Shaw Society, London -- 69.4
  • Shaw Society. New York Regional Group -- 69.4
  • Sheafer, Louis, 1912- -- 69.5
  • Shedd, Robert Gordon, 1921- -- 69.5
  • Sheed and Ward, publishers -- 69.5
  • Sheldon, Esther -- 69.5
  • Sheldrake, _____ -- 69.5
  • Shepard, Dick -- 69.5
  • Shepherd, Louis P. -- 69.5
  • Sherman, William M. -- 69.5
  • Sherry, John -- 69.5
  • Sherwood, J. Morgan -- 69.5
  • Shipley, Joseph T. -- 69.5
  • Shoben, Edward Joseph -- 69.5
  • Shorey, Kenneth Paul -- 69.5
  • Short, Raymond Wright, 1903- -- 69.5
  • Shuman, Robert Baird -- 69.5
  • Shumlin, Herman, 1898- -- 69.5
  • Siegmeister, Elie, 1909- -- 69.6
  • Sieransky, Andrei -- 69.6
  • Sievers, Wieder David, 1919- -- 69.6
  • Silverstein, Norman -- 69.6
  • Simcoe, Ben -- 69.6
  • Simon, Bernard -- 69.6
  • Simon and Schuster, Inc. -- 69.6
  • Simons, Hans, 1893- -- 69.6
  • Skaug, Ellen -- 69.6
  • Sklar, Cathy -- 69.6
  • Sleehy, Frank -- 70.1
  • Small, Jerome C. -- 70.1
  • Smiley, Sam -- 70.1
  • Smith, Gray -- 70.1
  • Smith, Michael, 1935- -- 70.1
  • Smith, Milton Myers, 1890- -- 70.1
  • Smith, Philip J. -- 70.1
  • Snodgrass, Ernest Leon, 1907- -- 70.1
  • Snyder, Harvey L. -- 70.1
  • Sobel, Bernard, 1887-1964 -- 70.1
  • Society of Authors -- 70.1
  • Society of Cinematologists -- 70.1
  • Soderberg, Eugénie -- 70.1
  • Sokel, Walter Herbert, 1917- -- 70.2
  • Solann, Evelyn -- 70.2
  • Solomon, Samuel, 1904- -- 70.2
  • Solomont, Susan -- 70.2
  • Solomos, Alexes, 1918- -- 70.2
  • Solters, O’Rourke and Sabinson -- 70.2
  • Somerset, Dorothy -- 70.2
  • Sonnenberg, Benjamin -- 70.2
  • Sorell, Walter, 1905- -- 70.2
  • Southcomb, Harold J. -- 70.2
  • South Eastern Theatre Conference -- 70.2
  • Southern Literary Festival -- 70.3
  • Speech Association of America -- 70.4
  • Spoken Arts, Inc. -- 70.4
  • Sprague, Arthur Colby, 1895- -- 70.4
  • Sprinchorn, Evert Manfred, 1923- -- 70.5
  • Sproat, Ronald -- 70.5
  • Stanford Summer Festivals of the Arts -- 70.5
  • Stanford University. Dramatists’ Alliance -- 70.5
  • Stanley, Thomas B. -- 70.5
  • Sttanton, Stephen Sadler, 1915- -- 70.5
  • Starkman, Miriam Kosh -- 70.5
  • Starnes, Leland -- 70.5
  • States, Bert O., Jr. -- 70.5
  • Stavis, Barrie -- 70.5
  • Stavrides, Ria -- 70.5
  • Stavro, Sydney G. -- 70.5
  • Steerman, James B. -- 70.6
  • Steeves, Harrison Ross, 1881- -- 70.6
  • Steffensen, Jim -- 70.6
  • Stefferud, Alfred -- 70.6
  • Stegner, Wallace Earle, 1909- -- 70.6
  • Steigman, Ernest -- 70.6
  • Stein, Daniel -- 70.6
  • Stein, Harold -- 70.6
  • Stein, Howard -- 70.6
  • Stein, Kenneth J. -- 70.6
  • Steinhardt, Herschel S. -- 70.6
  • Stephen Foster Drama Associates, Inc. -- 70.7
  • Stephenson, Clarence -- 70.7
  • Sterling, Wallace -- 70.7
  • Sterling Lord Agency -- 70.7
  • Sternlicht, Sanford -- 70.7
  • Stevens, David Harrison, 1884- -- 70.7
  • Stevens, Leslie -- 70.7
  • Stewart, John L. -- 70.7
  • Stewart, Michael -- 70.7
  • Stewart, Sherri Roxane -- 70.7
  • Stigall, John O. H. -- 70.7
  • Stoke, Harold Walter, 1903- -- 70.7
  • Stone, Donald A. -- 70.7
  • Stone, John A. -- 70.7
  • Strickland, F. Cowles -- 70.7
  • Stuart, Dabney, 1937- -- 70.7
  • Stuart, I. R. -- 70.7
  • Sullivan, James J. -- 70.7
  • Sullivan, Paul R. -- 70.7
  • Sumner, Mark Reese -- 70.7
  • Summer-Boyd, Hilary -- 70.7
  • Survey Associates, New York -- 70.7
  • Suvin, Darko -- 70.7
  • Swanson, Wesley -- 70.8
  • Sweeney, John L. -- 70.8
  • Sweet, Mildred -- 70.8
  • Swetland, Carolyn -- 70.8
  • Swortzell, Lowell S. -- 70.8
  • Swortzell, Nancy -- 70.8
  • Sylvian, Claude -- 70.8
  • Syracuse University. Humanities Lecture Committee -- 70.8
  • Tabori, Paul, 1908-1974 -- 71.1
  • Talbot, William -- 71.1
  • Talley, C. Horton -- 71.1
  • Taubes, Frank -- 71.1
  • Taubman, Howard -- 71.1
  • Taylor, Charles Henry, 1928- -- 71.1
  • Teichman, Howard, 1916- -- 71.1
  • Tel-Aviv University. Appointments Committee -- 71.2
  • Telford, Robert S., 1923- -- 71.2
  • Terry, Ellen -- 71.2
  • Texas. University. Press -- 71.2
  • Theatre Arts -- 71.2
  • Theatre Arts Books -- 71.2
  • Theatre Guild -- 71.2
  • Theatre Guild American Repertory Company -- 71.2
  • Theatre Magazine -- 71.2
  • Theobald, John Jacob, 1905- -- 71.3
  • Thomas, Sidney, 1915- -- 71.4
  • Thompson, Alan R. -- 71.3
  • Thompson, Carol -- 71.3
  • Thompson, R. E. -- 71.3
  • Thon, Frederick -- 71.3
  • Thorndike, Joseph J., Jr. -- 71.3
  • Tighe, Eileen -- 71.3
  • Timko, Michael, 1925- -- 71.3
  • Tindall, William York, 1903- -- 71.3
  • Tiusanen, Timo -- 71.3
  • Tobin, James Edward, 1905- -- 71.5
  • Toronto. University. Office of the President -- 71.5
  • Torre, Guillermo de, 1900- -- 71.5
  • Town Theatre -- 71.5
  • Trach, Ed -- 71.6
  • Treadwell, Sophie -- 71.6
  • Tredup, Alice -- 71.6
  • Trenerry, Walter N. -- 71.6
  • Trident Press -- 71.6
  • Trilling, Lionel, 1905-1975 -- 71.6
  • Trilling, Ossia, 1913- -- 71.6
  • Trombley, William H. -- 71.6
  • Trueblood, Alan Stubbs -- 71.6
  • Trumbauer, Walter H. -- 71.6
  • Tumarin, Boris -- 71.6
  • Tunis, Albert -- 71.6
  • Turbee, Giles -- 71.6
  • Turhan, Vahit -- 71.6
  • Turner, John Coburn -- 71.6
  • Turner, Kenneth Weston -- 71.6
  • Tusberg, Harold -- 71.6
  • Tuttle, Frank, d. 1963 -- 71.6
  • U.S. Copyright Office -- 71.7
  • U.S. Department of Health, Education and Welfare -- 71.7
  • U.S. Department of State -- 71.7
  • U.S. Department of State Foreign Service -- 71.7
  • U.S. Information Agency -- 71.8
  • U.S. Information Service -- 71.7
  • U.S. Office of War Information -- 71.7
  • University Center in Virginia, Incorporated -- 71.7
  • University of Chicago. University Theatre -- 71.7
  • Unterecker, John Eugene, 1922- -- 71.7
  • Utah. University. Dramatic Arts Department -- 71.7
  • Uzzell, Thomas H., 1884- -- 71.7
  • Valency, Maurice, 1903- -- 72.1
  • Valparaiso University, Valparaiso, Ind. -- 72.1
  • Vanburen, Charlotte -- 72.1
  • Vander Yacht, Douglas R. -- 72.1
  • Van Doren, Mark, 1894-1972 -- 72.1
  • Van Loewen (Dr. Jan), Ltd. -- 72.1
  • Vas Dias, Robert -- 72.1
  • Vassar College. Office of Public Relations -- 72.1
  • Vaughan, Malcolm -- 72.1
  • Vein, Norm -- 72.1
  • Veinus, Abraham -- 72.1
  • Venture -- 72.1
  • Verlander, Yvonne -- 72.1
  • Viehman, Theodore -- 72.2
  • Vigée, Claude -- 72.2
  • Viking Press, Inc., New York -- 72.2
  • Viljoen, Helen Gill -- 72.2
  • Village Voice -- 72.2
  • Virginia. The College Drama Festival -- 72.2
  • Vliet, R. G., 1929- -- 72.2
  • Volbach, Walther Richard, 1897- -- 72.2
  • Volney, Frank -- 72.2
  • Vorenberg, William -- 72.2
  • Vowles, Richard B. -- 72.2
  • Wagner, Charles Abraham, 1899- -- 72.3
  • Wagner, Hilda Stahl, 1904- -- 72.3
  • Wagner, Jeanne M. -- 72.3
  • Waith, Eugene M. -- 72.3
  • Walcutt, Charles Child, 1908- -- 72.3
  • Waldau, Roy -- 72.3
  • Walker, Randolph H. -- 72.3
  • Walter, Janet -- 72.3
  • Wantuck, Karen E. -- 72.3
  • Ward, Theodore -- 72.3
  • Wardropper, Bruce W. -- 72.3
  • Warner, Francis Robert Le Plastrier -- 72.3
  • Washer, Ben, 1906- -- 72.4
  • Washington Square Press -- 72.4
  • Wasser, Henry Hirsch, 1919- -- 72.4
  • Watkins, Armitage -- 72.4
  • Watkins, Morris W. -- 72.4
  • Watts, John Ransford -- 72.4
  • Watts, Richard, Jr., 1898- -- 72.4
  • Wax, Emanuel -- 72.4
  • Weales, Gerald Clifford, 1925- -- 72.4
  • Weidel, Eddie -- 72.5
  • Weinberg, Lawrence H. -- 72.5
  • Weiner, Albert B. -- 72.5
  • Weiner, Ira -- 72.5
  • Weinstein, Arnold, 1927- -- 72.5
  • Weintraub, Eva -- 72.5
  • Weintraub, Stanley, 1929- -- 72.5
  • Weiser, Jack -- 72.6
  • Weiser, Melvin -- 72.6
  • Weiss, David -- 72.6
  • Weiss, Dimitri -- 72.6
  • Weiss, Murray A. -- 72.6
  • Weiss, Paul -- 72.6
  • Weiss, Samuel -- 72.6
  • Weisburger, L. Arnold, 1907- -- 72.6
  • Welch, Constance -- 72.7
  • Welleck, René, 1903- -- 72.7
  • Wells, Henry Willis, 1895- -- 72.7
  • Wellwarth, George E., 1932- -- 72.7
  • Wenneker, Jerry S. -- 72.7
  • Wensberg, Erik -- 72.7
  • Weschke, Alice -- 72.8
  • West, Edward Joseph, 1903-1958 -- 72.8
  • West High School, Billings Mont. -- 72.8
  • Weston, Arthur Harold, 1886- -- 72.8
  • Wetzel, Robert, dramatist -- 72.8
  • Wexley, John -- 72.8
  • Wharton, John Franklin, 1894- -- 72.8
  • Wheelock, Ward -- 72.8
  • White, Eóin Mae -- 72.8
  • Whiting, Bartlett Jere, 1904- -- 72.8
  • Whiting, Frank M. -- 72.8
  • Whitman, Robert F. -- 72.8
  • Whitman, Willson W. -- 72.8
  • Whitney, Walter R. -- 72.8
  • Who’s Who in World Jewry -- 72.9
  • Whyte, Ronald -- 72.8
  • Wickham, Ann -- 72.9
  • Wickham, Glynne William Gladstone -- 72.9
  • Wilck, Laura D. -- 72.9
  • Wild, Cynthia M. -- 72.9
  • Wilder, Isabel -- 72.9
  • Willard, Helen D., 1905- -- 72.9
  • Williams, C. J. -- 72.9
  • Williams, Dallas Stephen, 1911- -- 72.9
  • Williams, Herschel, 1906- -- 72.9
  • Wilmeth, Don Burton, 1939- -- 72.9
  • Wilmurt, Arthur, translator -- 72.9
  • Wilson, Edwin E. -- 73.1
  • Wilson, Howard Eugene, 1901- -- 73.1
  • Wilson, John Harold, 1900- -- 73.1
  • Wilson, Margery, 1898- -- 73.1
  • Wilson, Woody S. -- 73.1
  • Wimsatt, William Kurtz, 1907- -- 73.1
  • Winchell, Walter, 1897-1972 -- 73.1
  • Winston, Carolyn -- 73.1
  • Winston, Harold -- 73.1
  • Winter, Roberta -- 73.1
  • Wishengrad, Morton -- 73.1
  • Withey, Joseph Anthony, 1918- -- 73.1
  • Wolff, Robert W. -- 73.2
  • Wolfson, John S. -- 73.2
  • Wolfson, Rose F. -- 73.2
  • Woman’s Press Club of New York City -- 73.2
  • Wood, Audrey, 1905- -- 73.2
  • Wood, Cyril -- 73.2
  • World Publishing Company -- 73.2
  • Worth, Joan -- 73.2
  • Wright, Edward A. -- 73.2
  • Wright, Joseph E. -- 73.2
  • Writers’ War Board -- 73.2
  • Wyatt, Euphemia van Rensselaer -- 73.2
  • Wyman, Mary Alice, 1888- -- 73.2
  • Yaddo -- 73.3
  • Yager, Tess Wishengrad -- 73.3
  • Yale Dramatic Association -- 73.3
  • Yale University -- 73.3
  • Yale University. International Office -- 73.3
  • Yale University. Library -- 73.3
  • Yale University. Press -- 73.3
  • Yalof, Helen -- 73.3
  • Yar-Shater, Ehsan -- 73.3
  • Yeaton, Kelly, 1911- -- 73.3
  • Yelvington, Ramsey, 1913- -- 73.3
  • Yoo, Chi-jin -- 73.4
  • Young, John Wray, 1909- -- 73.4
  • Young, Stanley, 1906- -- 73.4
  • Young, Stark, 1881-1963 -- 73.4
  • Yurka, Blanche, 1887-1974 -- 73.4
  • Zagoren, Marc Alan, 1940- -- 73.4
  • Zeligs, Meyer Aaron, 1909-1978 -- 73.4
  • Zetler, Robert L. -- 73.4
  • Zinder, Harry -- 73.4
  • Zlobin, G. -- 73.4
  • Zolotow, Maurice, 1913- -- 73.4
  • Zucker, Paul, 1889- -- 73.4
  • Zuckerman, Al -- 73.4
  • Zukofsky, Louis, 1904-1978 -- 73.4
  • Zunser, Jesse, 1898- -- 73.4

Index of Miscellaneous

Note: Index entries for Series IV., Miscellaneous, are for materials located in boxes 73-87. Index entries for Series V., Subseries F., Works by Others, have been added for printed materials located in folders 149-151. For the latter segment, if no date is present in the description, the item is undated.

  • Unidentified author. Analysis of In Abraham’s bosom by Paul Green, undated -- 73.5
  • Unidentified author. Interview questions for Mr. Gassner’s consideration, undated -- 73.5
  • Unidentified author. Litany of leaves (poem fragment) -- 149.1
  • Unidentified author. Notes on 19th century drama, undated -- 73.5
  • Unidentified author. The theatre and its poetry (incomplete) -- 149.1
  • Unidentified author. Unidentified play (fragment) -- 149.1
  • Unidentified author Anna Maria. Letter to Gassner, Mollie Kern, 30 November 1968 -- 73.5
  • Unidentified author Gladstone & Etta. Letter to Gassner, Mollie Kern, 20 May 1968 -- 73.5
  • Unidentified authors. The arts (course outline), 1964-1965 -- 73.5
  • Anonymous. The Brome Abraham and Isaac, modernized by John Gassner, undated -- 73.5
  • Anonymous. The Wakefield Second Shepherd’s Play, adapted by John Gassner, undated -- 73.5
  • Adams, R. G. Letter to Interstate Broadcasting Co., 6 December 1937 -- 73.6
  • Albee, Edward, 1928- . Letter to Gassner, Mollie Kern, 3 April 1967 -- 73.6
  • Allen, Ralph. Letters to Gassner, Mollie Kern, 1968 -- 73.6
  • American Educational Theatre Association. Letter to Jain, N. C., 7 November 1966 -- 73.6
  • America National Theatre and Academy. Changing values in new scripts, 9 February 1960 -- 73.6
  • American Theatre Festival. Letters to Gassner, Mollie Kern, 1968-1977 -- 73.6
  • American Theatre Wing, Inc. Letter to Canfield, F. Curtis, 21 March 1957 -- 73.6
  • Anderson, Elbridge. Card to Gassner, Mollie Kern, 14 December 1976 -- 73.6
  • Anderson, Robert Woodruff, 1917- . Eulogy for John Gassner, 3 April 1967 -- 73.6
  • Anderson, Robert Woodruff, 1917- . Letters to Gassner, Mollie Kern, 1967-1978 -- 73.6
  • Archer, William. Playmaking, 1960 -- 149.2
  • Arden, Eugene. Letters to Gassner, Mollie Kern, 1967. -- 73.7
  • Ardsley, Naiia. Letter to Gassner, Mollie Kern, 29 April 1968 -- 73.7
  • Aristophanes. The frogs: chorus, undated -- 73.7
  • Armed Forces News. Letters to Gassner, Mollie Kern, 1955 -- 73.7
  • Arnold (Edward), Ltd. Card to Gassner, Mollie Kern, 14 December 1966 -- 73.7
  • Arrowsmith, William, 1924- . A Greek theatre of ideas, undated -- 73.7
  • Atkinson, Justin Brooks, 1894- . Letter to Dash, Thomas R., 1965 -- 73.7
  • Atlantic Monthly Press. Assignment of copyright documents, 1941-1942 -- 73.7
  • Auletta, Robert. Letter to Gassner, Mollie Kern, 4 August 1969 -- 73.7
  • Ayers, David H., 1924- . Lettters to Gassner, Mollie Kern, 1968 -- 73.7
  • Bacon, Wallace A. Scholarship and the interpreter, 1953 -- 149.2
  • Baldwin, Joseph. Producing new plays in the University theatre, 1958 -- 149.2
  • Ball, Robert Hamilton. Convention and revolt in modern American drama, 1955 -- 149.2
  • Balsam, _____. John Gassner: Mr. magic man, undated -- 73.8
  • Baltimore Chapter Study Group of the Brandeis University National Women’s Committee. Masters of modern theatre: a drama survey syllabus, 1962 -- 149.2
  • Bannon, Marcia Lynn. Letter to Holt, Rinehart and Winston, Inc., 23 August 1969 -- 73.8
  • Bantam Books, Inc. Letters to Gassner, Mollie Kern, 1964-1968 -- 73.8
  • Bantam Books, Inc. Letters to Green, William, 1966-1968 -- 73.8
  • Barnes, Clive, 1927- . Best American plays: sixth series, undated -- 74.1
  • Barry, Philip, 1896-1949. The Philadelphia story, undated -- 74.2
  • Becker, William. Broadway letter -- 149.2
  • Beckerman, Bernard, 1921- . The dynamics of drama (chapter), 1970 -- 149.2
  • Beckerman, Bernard, 1921- . Letter to Gassner, Mollie Kern, 10 May 1968 -- 74.1
  • Beckhard, John W. Editors of tradition: A brief glance at our social drama, undated -- 74.1
  • Benelli, Sam and Royce Emerson. The jest, 1939 -- 74.3
  • Ben-Horin, Meir, 1918- . Letter to Gassner, Mollie Kern, 22 January 1965 -- 74.1
  • Bentley, Eric Russell, 1916- . In search of theatre (excerpts), 1950s -- 149.3
  • Bentley, Eric Russell, 1916- . Letters to Gassner, Mollie Kern, 11 May 1967, 1976 -- 74.1, 103.12
  • Bergman, Hjalmar Fredrik Elgerus, 1883-1931. The baron’s will, English version by Henry Person and Robert Linquist, undated -- 74.4
  • Bergman, Hjalmar Fredrik Elgerus, 1883-1931. The legend, English adaptation by Robert Lindquist, undated -- 74.5
  • Bergman, Hjalmar Fredrik Elgerus, 1883-1931. The Swedenholms, English version by Robert Lindquist, undated -- 74.6
  • Blackwell, Harriet Gray. Letter to Gassner, Mollie Kern, 10 May 1974 -- 74.7
  • Bloch, Anita. Play reports for Theatre Guild, 1926-1936 -- 74.8
  • Block, Haskell. Classic repertory and the American theatre, 1956 -- 149.4
  • Block, Haskell. Expressionism in modern American drama, 1959 -- 149.4
  • Block, Haskell. Flaubert’s travels in relation to his art, 1964 -- 149.4
  • Bloom, Kathryn. Letter to Gassner, Mollie Kern, 23 February 1965 -- 74.7
  • Bloomfield, Daniel. Letter to Mazur, Paul M., 4 May 1953 -- 74.7
  • Bluestone, George. In defense of 3-D, 1956 -- 149.2
  • Bogard, Travis, editor. Modern drama: essays in criticism (excerpts), 1965 -- 149.5
  • Borgers, Edward William, 1915- . A manual of acting in great plays, undated -- 75.1
  • Borrow, George H. The Bible in Spain (excerpt) -- 149.2
  • Bottone, Thomas Leo. The Japanese Noh plays, May 1958 -- 74.7
  • Bowen, Elizabeth. The girl with the stoop -- 149.2
  • Brecht, Bertolt, 1898-1956. The private life of the master race, translated by Eric Russell Bentley, 1944 -- 75.2
  • Breen, Wilva. Card to Gassner, Mollie Kern, 16 December 1976 -- 74.7
  • Brewster, Townsend, 1924- . Letter to Gassner, Mollie Kern, 27 December 1977 -- 74.7
  • Brinkman, Ruth. The trends in American drama since 1900, 9 May 1957 -- 74.7
  • Bristow, Eugene K. Variety theatre in Memphis, 1859-1862, 1959 -- 149.2
  • Brockett, O. G. J. T. Grein and the ghost of Oscar Wilde, 1966 -- 149.2
  • Brockett, O. G. Pixerécourt and unified production, 1959 -- 149.2
  • Brody, Rosalie. Letter to Gassner, Mollie Kern, 23 September 1969 -- 75.3
  • Brooks, Colette. Letter to Gassner, Mollie Kern, 6 June 1977 -- 75.3
  • Brown, Arvin, 1940- . Letter to Gassner, Mollie Kern, 22 December 1970 -- 75.3
  • Brown, John Mason, 1900-1969. Letter to Gassner, Mollie Kern, 6 April 1967 -- 75.3
  • Brustein, Robert, 1927- . Eulogy for John Gassner, 3 April 1967 -- 75.3
  • Brustein, Robert, 1927- . Introductory remarks for Gassner memorial service, 30 April 1967 -- 75.3
  • Brustein, Robert, 1927- . Letter to Gassner, Mollie Kern, 9 August 1967 -- 75.3
  • Brustein, Robert, 1927- . Letter to Lippman, Alfred, Mrs., 29 July 1977 -- 75.3
  • Burns, Helen. Cards to Gassner, Mollie Kern, 1970-1971 -- 75.3
  • Burnshaw, Stanley, 1906- . Letter to Gassner, Mollie Kern, 21 May 1967 -- 75.3
  • Burton, Roslyn G. Letter to Yale University, School of Drama, 1 September 1958 -- 75.3
  • Burwell, Richard. It’s not a kidnapping, Mrs. Bigelow, and That old metaphorical hurdle, 1970 -- 75.3
  • Burwell, Richard. Letter to Gassner, Mollie Kern, 2o0 March 1969 -- 75.4
  • Bush, Douglas, 1896- . American literary criticism: the contemporary scene, 1954 -- 149.2
  • Bush, Douglas, 1896- . Letter to Gassner, Mollie Kern, 3 April 1967 -- 75.3
  • Cail, Harold L. Letter to Dash, Thomas R., 1965 -- 75.5
  • Calderon de la Barca, Pedro, 1600-1681. The great theatre of the world, a free adaptation by Martin F. Schloss, 1957 -- 75.5
  • Calvert, Violet. Letter to Langner, Lawrence, 21 July 1923 -- 75.5
  • Camburn, Herbert L. Costuming the show -- 149.6
  • Canfield, Fayette Curtis, 1903- . Letters to Gassner, Mollie Kern, 1968-1975 -- 75.5
  • Caro, Warren, 1907- . Letter to Gassner, Mollie Kern, 3 April 1967 -- 75.5
  • Carver, Raymond E. John Gassner: Play anthologist, University of Denver dissertation, 1970: -- 111.3-112.4
  • Carver, Raymond E. Letters to Gassner, Mollie Kern, 1969-1971 -- 75.5
  • Castrodale, Richard. Seeds of realism in the works of Heinrich von Kleist, undated -- 75.5
  • Catron, Louis E., 1932- . Report on the Broadway theatre, December 1966 -- 75.5
  • Center Stage. Letter to Canfield, F. Curtis, 7 July 1964 -- 75.6
  • Chambers, Whittaker. Untitled poem, I do not fear the grave…, undated -- 75.6
  • Chapman, George, 1559?-1634. Eastward ho by George Chapman, Ben Jonson, and John Marston, adapted and arranged for the modern theatre by Milton Smith, undated -- 75.7
  • Clancy, James H. The performing arts: the necessity for a new tradition, 1964 -- 149.6
  • Clark, Barrett H. European theories of the drama -- 149.6
  • Clark, Barrett H. Lost plays of the American theatre, 1937 -- 149.6
  • Clurman, Harold, 1901- . Play reports for the Theatre Guild, 1929-1931 -- 75.6
  • Coast Federal Savings and Loan Association, Los Angeles. Letter to Gassner, Mollie Kern, 23 July 1965 -- 75.8
  • Cohn, Ruby. Hell on the twentieth-century stage, 1964 -- 149.6
  • Cole, Toby, editor. Playwrights on playwriting (excerpts), circa 1960s -- 149.6
  • Coleman, Henry S. Letter to Gassner, Mollie Kern, 7 March 1968 -- 75.8
  • Columbia University. Columbia College. Letter to Gassner, Mollie Kern, 7 April 1967 -- 75.8
  • Comparative Literature. Letter to Gassner, Mollie Kern, 5 April 1973 -- 75.8
  • Copeland, Roger F. Letter to Gassner, Mollie Kern, 16 June 1973 -- 75.8
  • Copp, Clark Company, Ltd. Letter to Simon and Schuster, Inc, 12 August 1966 -- 75.8
  • Corrigan, Robert W., editor. Theatre in the 20th century (excepts), 1963 or 1965 -- 149.6
  • Crosswell High School, Camp Springs, Md. Letters to Gassner, Mollie Kern, 1967 -- 75.8
  • Crowell (Thomas Y.) Company. Letters to Gassner, Mollie Kern, 1965-1970 -- 75.8
  • Crown Publications, publishers, New York. Letters to Gassner, Mollie Kern, 1967-1974 -- 76.1
  • D’Arcy, Scotti. Letter to Mathias, Michael, 31 January 1966 -- 76.2
  • Dash, Thomas R. Letters to Gassner, Mollie Kern, 1972-1978 -- 76.2
  • David, Donald K. Letter to Mazur, Paul, 10 June 1953 -- 76.2
  • Delgado, Ramón. Letters to Gassner, Mollie Kern, 1967-1977 -- 76.2
  • DeLuca, Anthony J. Letter to Gassner, Mollie Kern, 1 January 1968 -- 76.2
  • Dover Publications, Inc. Invoice for Gassner, John, 16 May 1966 -- 76.2
  • Downer, Alan S. Experience of heroes: notes on the New York theatre, 1961-1962 -- 149.7
  • Downer, Alan S. The revolt from Broadway -- 149.7
  • Downer, Alan S. Total theatre and partial drama: notes on the New York theatre, 1965-1966 -- 149.7
  • Drake, James H. Letter to Gassner, Mollie Kern, 26 December 1963 -- 76.2
  • Dressler, Marie, 1873-1934. Letter to Fernandez, Miss, 8 August 1932 -- 76.2
  • Duckworth, Colin. The making of Godot, 1966 -- 149.7
  • Dycke, Marjorie L. The Negro actor and desegregation, 1956 -- 149.7
  • Eastern Nigeria Broadcasting Limited. Letter to Yale University, Professor of Radio and Television, 19 August 1960 -- 76.2
  • Eisenstein, Mark. The fighter, 1958 -- 76.3
  • Endore, S. Guy, 1901- . Call me Shakespeare, 1965 -- 76.4
  • England, Martha Winburn. Statement on John Gassner, undated -- 76.2
  • Epstein, Leslie. Letter to Gassner, Mollie Kern, undated -- 76.2
  • Erhard, Ted. Letter to Crown Publishers, 25 March 1964 -- 76.2
  • Eugene O’Neill Memorial Foundation. Letters to Gassner, Mollie Kern, 1967-1972 -- 76.2
  • Fagin, Clara. Letter to Gassner, Mollie Kern, 3 July 1968 -- 76.5
  • Fagin, Nathan Bryllion, 1892- . Letter to Gassner, Mollie Kern, 4 July 1968 -- 76.5
  • Falk, Sawyer. The sons of Acestes -- 149.7
  • Fergusson, Francis. Beyond the close embrace: speculations on the American stage, 1955 -- 149.8
  • Fergusson, Francis. Five contemporary playwrights, 1959 -- 149.8
  • Fergusson, Francis. The partial perspectives of the modern theatre, 1949 -- 149.8
  • Feuchtwanger, Lion, 1884-1958. The widow Capet, 1956 -- 76.5
  • Feynman, Alberta E. The fetal quality of character in plays of the absurd, 1966 -- 149.7
  • Fitts, Dudley. Letter to Burnshaw, Stanley, 15 January 1949 -- 76.5
  • Fitzgerald, Geraldine. Letter to Gassner, Mollie Kern, undated -- 76.5
  • Fleissner, E. M. Revolution as theatre: Danton’s death and Marat/Sade, 1965 -- 149.7
  • Flores, Angel. Spanish drama (introduction), 1962 -- 149.9
  • Follett Publishing Company, Chicago. Letter to Ratcliffe, Tom, 3 May 1966 -- 76.5
  • Freedley, George, 1904-1967. Telegram to Brown, John Mason, 26 April 1965 -- 76.5
  • Freedman, Morris. Reading drama, 1960 -- 149.7
  • Freedman, Samuel Sumner. Letter to Gassner, Mollie, 26 May 1964 -- 76.5
  • Freeman, Charles K., 1900- . Letter to Gassner, Mollie Kern, 5 April 1967 -- 76.5
  • Frenz, Horst. American drama and world drama -- 149.7
  • Frewen, Arthur. Distant bugle, undated -- 76.5
  • Friedman, Leni. The realistic emphasis of William Archer, undated -- 76.5
  • Friess, Horace L. and Henry M. Rosenthal. Reason in religion and the emancipated spirit, circa 1940 -- 149.7
  • Fukuda, Tsuneari, 1912- . Curriculum vitae, undated -- 76.5
  • Gassner, Caroline (later Caroline Gassner Levine). Letters to Fanny Gassner, 1950 -- 103.17
  • Gassner, Johanna. Letter to Gassner, Mollie Kern, 24 July 1967 -- 76.8
  • Gassner, John, 1903-1967. Addresses, undated -- 76.9
  • Gassner, John, 1903-1967. Affidavit, July 1963 -- 76.9
  • Gassner, John, 1903-1967. Agreement with Columbia Pictures Corporation, 26 July 1944 -- 76.9
  • Gassner, John, 1903-1967. Agreements with TV-Radio Workshop, 1953 -- 76.9
  • Gassner, John, 1903-1967. Application for permission to reprint to Samuel French, Inc., 26 April 1966 -- 76.9
  • Gassner, John, 1903-1967. Bibliographical lists, undated -- 76.9
  • Gassner, John, 1903-1967. A classical English reader, undated -- 77.1
  • Gassner, John, 1903-1967. Commonplace book, 7 February 1955 -- 76.9
  • Gassner, John, 1903-1967. Contract with TV-Radio Workshop, 1954 -- 76.9
  • Gassner, John, 1903-1967. Correspondence re permissions for Our heritage of world literature, 1942-1958 -- 77.2
  • Gassner, John, 1903-1967. Form and idea in the modern theatre: comments, 1956 -- 76.9
  • Gassner, John, 1903-1967. The great aphorists, undated -- 77.3
  • Gassner, John, 1903-1967. List of Jacobean plays, undated -- 77.4
  • Gassner, John, 1903-1967. Lists of illustrations from various books, undated -- 77.4
  • Gassner, John, 1903-1967. Lists of plays, undated -- 77.4
  • Gassner, John, 1903-1967. Mailing and membership lists, undated -- 77.4
  • Gassner, John, 1903-1967. Margin notes on review of Homer’s Odyssey, undated -- 77.4
  • Gassner, John, 1903-1967. Margin notes on The downfall of the tragic hero, 1957 -- 77.4
  • Gassner, John, 1903-1967. Masters of the drama: critical comments and blurbs, undated -- 77.4
  • Gassner, John, 1903-1967. Materials for anthology of dramatic criticism, undated -- 77.5
  • Gassner, John, 1903-1967. Materials for anthology of Restoration and 18th century drama, undated -- 77.5
  • Gassner, John, 1903-1967. Medieval and Tudor drama: front matter, undated -- 77.5
  • Gassner, John, 1903-1967. Messages of condolence, 1967 -- 77.6-78.4
  • Gassner, John, 1903-1967. Miscellaneous notes, undated -- 77.5
  • Gassner, John, 1903-1967. Names and addresses, undated -- 78.5
  • Gassner, John, 1903-1967. Note removed from book, undated -- 78.5
  • Gassner, John, 1903-1967. Note on Martin Meisel, 29 June 1963 -- 78.5
  • Gassner, John, 1903-1967. Note on Stanislavsky, undated -- 78.5
  • Gassner, John, 1903-1967. Notes removed from books, undated -- 78.5
  • Gassner, John, 1903-1967. Notes about plays, undated -- 78.5
  • Gassner, John, 1903-1967. Notes from Shifting scenes of the modern European theatre, undated -- 78.5
  • Gassner, John, 1903-1967. Notes on A clinical view of the tragic, undated -- 78.6
  • Gassner, John, 1903-1967. Notes on Art and neurosis, undated -- 78.6
  • Gassner, John, 1903-1967. Notes on Baudelaire, undated -- 78.6
  • Gassner, John, 1903-1967. Notes on Circe’s swine: plays by Gorky and O’Neill, 1957 -- 78.6
  • Gassner, John, 1903-1967. Notes on Emily Dickinson, undated -- 78.6
  • Gassner, John, 1903-1967. Notes on Freud and the crisis of our culture, undated -- 78.6
  • Gassner, John, 1903-1967. Notes on Garrick dissertation, undated -- 78.6
  • Gassner, John, 1903-1967. Notes on German drama, undated -- 78.6
  • Gassner, John, 1903-1967. Notes on Greek art, architecture, undated -- 78.6
  • Gassner, John, 1903-1967. Notes on history, undated -- 78.6
  • Gassner, John, 1903-1967. Notes on modern Irish drama, undated -- 78.6
  • Gassner, John, 1903-1967. Notes on play criticism, undated -- 78.6
  • Gassner, John, 1903-1967. Notes on playwriting, undated -- 78.6
  • Gassner, John, 1903-1967. Notes on playwriting and directed, undated -- 78.6
  • Gassner, John, 1903-1967. Notes on Scandinavian writers, undated -- 78.6
  • Gassner, John, 1903-1967. Notes on socialism and drama, undated -- 78.6
  • Gassner, John, 1903-1967. Notes on surrealism, undated -- 78.6
  • Gassner, John, 1903-1967. Notes on tragic qualities, undated -- 78.6
  • Gassner, John, 1903-1967. Notes on various topics, undated -- 78.6
  • Gassner, John, 1903-1967. Permissions notes for O’Neill: A collection of critical essays, 1964 -- 78.7
  • Gassner, John, 1903-1967. Personnel records for Hunter College, 1940-1953 -- 78.7
  • Gassner, John, 1903-1967. Quotations, undated -- 78.7
  • Gassner, John, 1903-1967. Quotations from Breton’s Manifests of surrealism, undated -- 78.7
  • Gassner, John, 1903-1967. Quotations from Freud’s Thoughts for the times on war and death. undated -- 78.7
  • Gassner, John, 1903-1967. Quotations from Henri Gheon and André Antoine, undated -- 78.7
  • Gassner, John, 1903-1967. Quotations from Herrick, Herbert, Jonson, undated -- 78.7
  • Gassner, John, 1903-1967. Quotations, notes, etc. for U.S.I.A. broadcast programs, undated -- 79.1
  • Gassner, John, 1903-1967. Rare letters list, undated -- 78.7
  • Gassner, John, 1903-1967. Study questions – Madame Bovary, undated -- 78.7
  • Gassner, John, 1903-1967. A treasury of dramatic poetry notes, undated -- 78.7
  • Gassner, John, 1903-1967. Wedding announcement for his daughter, 1952 -- 78.7
  • Gassner, Mollie Kern. Untitled account of John Gassner’s stroke, undated -- 76.8
  • Gassner, Mollie Kern. Appreciation for Bevan, Frank Poole, June 1969 -- 76.8
  • Gassner, Mollie Kern. 15 International one-act plays, undated -- 79.2-3
  • Gassner, Mollie Kern. Selections for proposed anthology, undated -- 76.8
  • Gassner, Mollie Kern. Letter to Allen, Ralph, 29 February 1968 -- 76.8
  • Gassner, Mollie Kern. Letter to Boldizir, Ivan, 6 November 1969 -- 76.8
  • Gassner, Mollie Kern. Letters to Crain, William H., 1973-1978 -- 76.8
  • Gassner, Mollie Kern. Letter to Mandelstam, Abraham, 2 April 1965 -- 76.8
  • Gassner, Mollie Kern. Letter to Texas. University. Humanities Research Center, 25 June 1963 -- 76.8
  • Gassner, Mollie Kern. Letter to Wagner, Charles H., 24 January 1966 -- 76.8
  • Gild, David C. An historical and critical study of the serious plays of Phillip Barry, Yale University dissertation, 1969 -- 112.5
  • Gilder, Rosamond, 1891- . Notes to Dash, Thomas R., 1965 -- 79.4
  • Gitlin, Selma. The social outlook of Clifford Odets as reflected in four representative plays, undated -- 79.4
  • Goff, Lewin. Producing the high school play: playing Grandpa -- 149.10
  • Goldburg, Robert E. A memorial tribute to John Gassner, 30 April 1967 -- 79.4
  • Golden, John, 1874-1955. How our theatre has changed, 13 April no year -- 79.4
  • Goodman, David Zelag. There I am, undated -- 79.5-6
  • Goodman, David Zelag. Tussy is me, undated -- 80.1-2
  • Gorelik, Mordecai, 1899- . Letters to Gassner, Mollie Kern, 1967-1970 -- 79.4
  • Grahn, Mary. Letter to Gassner, Mollie Kern, 27 June 1967 -- 79.4
  • Gray, Amelia Cobb. Letters to Gassner, Mollie Kern, 1970 -- 79.4
  • Grecco, Stephen. Letter to Crown Publications, publishers, New York, 1970 -- 79.4
  • Green, Paul Eliot, 1894- . Letter to Gassner, Mollie Kern, 18 April 1967 -- 79.4
  • Green, William, 1926- . Letters to Gassner, Mollie Kern, 1967-1977 -- 79.4
  • Greenspan, Sara. Letter to Gassner, Mollie Kern, 23 September 1959 -- 79.4
  • Gregor, Ian. What kind of fiction did Hardy write?, 1966 -- 149.10
  • Grillparzer, Franz, 1791-1872. Die Jüden van Toledo, undated -- 80.3
  • Grossman, Bernard A. Whoa luv, 1972 --
  • Gunkle, George. Empathy: implications for theatre research, 1961 -- 149.10
  • Gurney, A. R., Jr., 1930- . Letter to Gassner, Mollie Kern, 7 April 1967 -- 79.4
  • Guynn, Norman. Letter to Yale University. Drama Department, 25 February 1967 -- 79.4
  • Hadas, Moses, editor. Greek drama (introduction), circa 1965 -- 149.10
  • Haldane, J. B. S. A dialectical account of revolution, 1937 -- 149.10
  • Halstead, William P., 1906- . Letter to Gassner, Mollie Kern, 6 April 1967 -- 80.4
  • Hamilton, Bruce. Hanging judge, 1948 -- 80.5
  • Hamilton, Wallace. The burning of the lepers, undated -- 80.6
  • Hansen, Bert B. A tale of the bitter root: pageantry as sociodrama, 1947 -- 149.10
  • Hanson, Alan B. Letter to Simon & Schuster, Inc., 4 December 1961 -- 80.4
  • Harbour, Charles Clayton. Letters to Gassner, Mollie Kern, 1969-1970 -- 80.4
  • Harcourt, Brace and Company. Permission to reprint, 4 May 1949 -- 80.4
  • Hauptman, William. Letter to Gassner, Mollie Kern, 18 June 1972 -- 80.4
  • Hayes, Helen, 1900- . Letter to Gassner, Mollie Kern, 14 March no year. -- 80.4
  • Haywood, Charles, 1904- . Letter to Gassner, Mollie Kern, 22 May 1968 -- 80.4
  • Heffner, Hubert. Common ground for speech and theatre, 1953 -- 149.10
  • Heffner, Hubert. The decline of the professional theatre in America, 1949 -- 149.10
  • Heinz, Rosalind. Letter to Gassner, Mollie Kern, 11 September 1974 -- 80.4
  • Henry, George H. Toward a theatre for our time, 1958 -- 149.10
  • Herlihy, James Leo, 1927- . A breeze from China, undated -- 81.1
  • Hewitt, Barnard. Uncle Tom and Uncle Sam: new light from an old play, 1951 -- 149.10
  • Hickenlooper, _____. Form and idea in modern theatre, undated -- 80.4
  • Hicks, Granville. The literary opposition to utilitarianism, 1937 -- 149.10
  • Hill, Cord. Letter to Yale University. Drama Department, 24 March 1959 -- 80.4
  • Himmelstrup, Uffe. Letter to Paulson, Arvid, 3 January 1963 -- 80.4
  • Hirsch, Samuel, 1917- . Letters to Gassner, Mollie Kern, 1967-1973 -- 80.4
  • Hock, Robert D. Abram’s children, 1966 -- 81.3
  • Hoffman, Theodore. The absurdity of the not so absurd, 1963 -- 149.10
  • Hoffman, Theodore. Dangers of educational theatre, circa 1962 -- 149.10
  • Holden, Reuben Andrus, 1918- . Memorial tribute to John Gassner, 30 April 1967 -- 81.2
  • Holden, Reuben Andrus, 1918- . Letter to Gassner, Mollie Kern, 18 April 1967 -- 81.2
  • Holloway, Emory, 1885- . Letters to Gassner, Mollie Kern, 1976, undated -- 81.2
  • Holt, Rinehart and Winston, Inc. Letters to Gassner, Mollie Kern, 1969-1972 -- 81.2
  • Horn, Francis H. Letter to Gassner, Mollie Kern, 4 April 1967 -- 81.2
  • Horn, David. Letter to Green, William, 26 February 1960 -- 81.2
  • Houghton, Norris, 1909- . They set a stage for today’s plays, 1964 -- 149.10
  • Houghton, Norris, 1909- . Letter to Gassner, Mollie Kern, 8 April 1967 -- 81.2
  • Hruby, John R. Letter to Gassner, Mollie Kern, 15 January 1965 -- 81.2
  • Hughes, Glenn. Penthouse production in the high school, 1949;with memorial service notice, 1964 -- 149.10
  • Hughes, Glenn. State of the theatre (keynote speech), 1958 -- 149.10
  • Hughes, Richard Arthur Warren, 1900-1976. Minnie and Mrs. Williams, undated -- 81.4
  • Hughes, Richard Arthur Warren, 1900-1976. The sister’s tragedy, undated -- 81.5
  • Hull, Penelope D. Card to Gassner, Mollie Kern, 13 November 1964 -- 81.2
  • Huron, Kay Arthur. Letter to Gassner, Mollie Kern, 15 November 1970 -- 81.2
  • Ibsen, Henrik, 1828-1906. Hedda Gabler, undated -- 81.2
  • Illinois. University. University Theatre. Letter to Simon and Schuster, Inc., 30 September 1964 -- 81.2
  • Inge, William Motter, 1913-1973. Bus stop, undated -- 81.6
  • Ingram, William. Letter to Simon and Schuster, Inc., 26 June 1967 -- 81.2
  • Isherwood, Christopher, 1904- . Card to Ince, Alexander, 3 November 1953 -- 81.2
  • Jackson, Robert. Letter to Gassner, Mollie Kern, 23 September 1967 -- 82.1
  • Jackson, Robert L. The symbol of the wild duck in Dr. Zhivago, 1963 -- 149.11
  • Jacobs, Elizabeth R. Teatro Olimpico, 1954 -- 149.11
  • Janes, Kenneth H. In the long run, August 1960 -- 82.1
  • Johnston, Denis, 1901- . The danger of ideas, undated -- 82.1
  • Jones, Thelma A. Letter to unidentified recipients, 8 July 1964 -- 82.1
  • KPFK Radio Station, Los Angeles. Letter to Blunt, Jerry, 2 November 1970 -- 82.1
  • Kaiser, Georg, 1878-1945. The raft of the Medusa, translated by H. F. Garten and Elizabeth Sprigge, undated -- 82.2
  • Kaplan, Nathaniel. Eulogy for John Gassner, 3 April 1967 -- 82.1
  • Kardoss, John. Letter to Gassner, Mollie Kern, 22 March 1968 -- 82.1
  • Kaye, Joseph. Telegram to Dash, Thomas R., 26 April 1965 -- 82.1
  • Kean, Gerald. Immediate occupancy; Stud, Kitch, Apt.; Fireplace, free gas; three plays joined by four walls, undated -- 82.3
  • Keenan, John. Teaching the American musical, circa 1963 -- 149.11
  • Keller, Deane. Letters to Gassner, Mollie Kern, 1968-1969 -- 82.1
  • Kendall, Robert Everett. Letters to Gassner, Mollie Kern, 1979, undated -- 82.1
  • Kernodle, George R. Time-frightened playwrights, 1949 -- 149.11
  • Kerr, Walter, 1913- . Letter to Gassner, Mollie Kern, 5 April 1967 -- 82.1
  • Kimes, Bruce. Letter to Gassner, Mollie Kern, 14 March 1968 -- 82.1
  • Kingsley, Sidney. Paula Strasberg: a eulogy, 1966 -- 149.11
  • Kirkland, Jack, 1901- . The man with the golden arm, based on the novel by Nelson Algren, 1 September 1955 -- 82.4
  • Klein, Robert. The confusion in college theatre -- 149.11
  • Korzenik, Harold. John W. Gassner eulogy, 3 April 1967 -- 82.1
  • Kraus, Ted M. Letters to Gassner, Mollie Kern, undated -- 82.1
  • Kronenberger, Louis, 1904- . Letter to Gassner, Mollie Kern, 12 April 1967 -- 82.1
  • Krutch, Joseph Wood. Eighteenth century English drama (general introduction), 1967 -- 149.11
  • Labiche, Eugène Marin, 1815-1888. The conquest of Brazil, English version by Emanuel Wax, undated -- 82.6
  • Labiche, Eugène Marin, 1815-1888. Dust in your eyes, by Eugène Labiche and E. Martin, English version by Emanuel Wax, undated. -- 82.7
  • Lamont, Rosette. Death and tragi-comedy: three plays of the new theatre, 1965 -- 149.12
  • Landesman, Frederic Rocco. Letter to Gassner, Mollie Kern, 21 September 1971 -- 82.5
  • Landy, Jacob, 1917- . Poems, April 1955, undated -- 82.5
  • Lange, Victor. Classical German drama (introduction and prefaces), 1962 -- 149.12
  • Langner, Armina Marshall, 1900- . Letter to Gassner, Mollie Kern, 5 April 1967 -- 82.5
  • Larson, Orville K. Vasari’s descriptions of stage machinery, 1957 -- 149.12
  • Lassell, Michael J. Androgyny in Shakespeare and the androgyny of Antony and Cleopatra, 1975 -- 82.5
  • Lassell, Michael J. Letter to Gassner, Mollie Kern, 19 May 1976 -- 82.5
  • Lauterer, Arch. Speculations on the value of modern theatre forms, 1949 -- 149.12
  • Lavandero, Camille. Letter to Gassner, Mollie Kern, 1968 -- 82.5
  • Laver, James. Drama, its costume & décor: tendencies in the theatre since 1914, circa 1951 -- 149.12
  • Lawrence, David. Voluntary or compulsory cooperation, 1965 -- 149.12
  • Lawson, John Howard, 1895- . Success story, 1932 -- 82.5
  • Lefkowitz, Nat, 1905- . Letters to Gassner, Mollie Kern, 1973 -- 83.1
  • Lehan, Robert R. Letters to Gassner, Mollie Kern, 1976 -- 83.1
  • Lemon, Courtenay. Play reports for the Theatre Guild, 1922-1927 -- 83.1
  • Lemon, Courtenay. Reader’s report on The plough and the stars by Sean O’Casey, July 1926 -- 83.1
  • Lenz, Harold. Contemporary European drama (Queens College radio course), 1958 -- 149.12
  • Leonard, Claire, 1901- . Letters to Gassner, Mollie Kern, 1967-1970 -- 83.2
  • Levin, Harry. An echo from the Spanish tragedy, 1949 -- 149.12
  • Levin, Harry. New frontiers of knowledge in the humanities, 1956 -- 149.12
  • Levy, Dick. Letter to Gassner, Mollie Kern, 14 June 1967 -- 83.2
  • Lewisohn, Ludwig, 1882-1955. Play report for the Theatre Guild, undated -- 83.2
  • Ley-Piscator, Maria von Czada, 1905- . Telegram to Dash, Thomas R., 1965 -- 83.2
  • Linney, Daniel A., 1930- . Letter to Gassner, Mollie Kern, 3 June 1969 -- 83.2
  • Little, Frederick H., editor. Reading and staging the play, undated -- 83.3
  • Little, Frederick H., editor. Six evenings in the theatre with one-act plays, undated -- 83.4
  • Litto, Frederic. Letter to the editor of Theatre Survey, 4 April 1964 -- 83.2
  • Loftis, John. Anthologies of drama: Dryden to Shaw, 1963 -- 149.12
  • Loney, Glenn M., 1928- . Another view of LBJ, 1968 -- 150.1
  • Loney, Glenn M., 1928- . Bergman in the theatre, 1966 -- 150.1
  • Loney, Glenn M., 1928- . Broadway and Off-Broadway supplement, 1967 -- 150.1
  • Loney, Glenn M., 1928- . Broadway in review, 1965 -- 83.5
  • Loney, Glenn M., 1928- . Broadway in review, 1965, 1967, 1968 -- 150.1
  • Loney, Glenn M., 1928- . Dramatic soundings, 1967 -- 83.5
  • Loney, Glenn M., 1928- . Endowed by their creator, undated -- 83.6
  • Loney, Glenn M., 1928- . London’s subsidized theatres, 1966 -- 150.1
  • Loney, Glenn M., 1928- . Mrs. Plato, undated -- 83.7
  • Loney, Glenn M., 1928-. Musical comedy, musical play; operetta (unidentified chapters) -- 150.1
  • Loney, Glenn M., 1928- . Open season, undated -- 83.8
  • Loney, Glenn M., 1928-. The scene / California hippie home in Walden Pond West, 1967 -- 150.1
  • Loney, Glenn M., 1928-. Who goes to an American opera, 1968 -- 150.1
  • Loney, Glenn M., 1928- . Letters to Gassner, Mollie Kern, 1967, 1983, undated -- 83.5, 103.13
  • Loughlin, Richard L. Pity the poor weatherman, libretto for a comic operetta in verse, 1 October 1962 -- 83.5
  • Lowenthal, Leo. The sociology of literature, 1948 -- 149.12
  • Mabley, Edward Howe, 1906- . Discrimination for everybody!, an adaptation for stage of the radio script Created equal, undated -- 84.1
  • Mabley, Edward Howe, 1906- .The plough and the stars, a musical play based on the play by Sean O’Casey, undated -- 84.2
  • MacAndrew, Andrew R. Twentieth century plays (prefaces) -- 150.2
  • McAneny, Marguerite L. Note to Dash, Thomas R., 1965 -- 84.1
  • MacCarthy, Desmond. Modern drama: symbolism on the stage, 1955 -- 150.2
  • Maccowan, Kenneth and William Melnitz. The 19th century: a time of change in Europe, 1959 -- 150.2
  • McGinley, Myron C. Letter to Gassner, Mollie Kern, 25 September 1967 -- 84.1
  • Mackaye, Percy. The theatre of ten thousand: Steele Mackaye’s Spectatorium, circa 1923 -- 150.2
  • McIlrath, Patricia. Stereotypes, types and characterization in drama (fragment), 1955 -- 150.2
  • MacLeish, Archibald. J. B., undated. Original script as produced at Yale -- 84.3
  • Macomb County Community College. Letter to Simon and Schuster, Inc., 13 December 1965 -- 84.1
  • Magistretti, Paul. Onstage: The art of the American novel, undated -- 84.1
  • Mandel, Robert S. Letter to Gassner, Mollie Kern, 14 August 1969 -- 84.1
  • Mannheimer, Albert, 1914- . Born yesterday, 1950 -- 84.4
  • Martin, Robert A. Letter to Gassner, Mollie Kern, 12 August 1974 -- 84.1
  • Mates, Julian, 1927- . Letters to Gassner, Mollie Kern, 1968-1972 -- 84.5
  • Matlaw, Myron. Nineteenth century American plays: seven plays including The Black Crook (introduction and prefaces), 1967 -- 150.3
  • Matsubara, Tadashi. Personal resume, undated -- 84.5
  • Michelman, Herbert. Memorial tribute to John Gassner, 30 April 1967 -- 84.5
  • Migliorini, Louis. Play report for the Theatre Guild, undated -- 84.5
  • Miller, Ronald L. Letter to Gassner, Mollie Kern, 16 June 1969 -- 84.5
  • Miller, Royland L., Jr. Letter to Simon and Schuster, Inc., 17 November 1961 -- 84.5
  • Miner, Worthington Cogswell, 1900- . Letters to Gassner, Mollie Kern, 1967, undated -- 84.5
  • Mitchell, Lee. Broadway and the American theatre worker, 1951 -- 150.2
  • Mitchell, Ronald, Music in play production, 1951 -- 150.2
  • Molnar, August J. Letter to Gassner, Mollie Kern, 9 May 1967 -- 84.5
  • Montgomery, Robert, 1904- . Subject to fits, undated -- 84.6
  • Montgomery, Robert, 1904- . Letter to Gassner, Mollie Kern, 24 June 1970 -- 84.5
  • Moody, Richard. The creative thesis, 1956 -- 150.2
  • Moore, Elise. Letter to unidentified professor of Drama, Yale University, 20 August 1971 -- 84.5
  • Morey, Robert Havens, 1909- . Letter to Chairman, Yale School of Drama, 17 February 1957 -- 84.5
  • Morrison, Jack. Letter to Gottschalk, G. R., 27 November 1963 -- 84.5
  • Munson, Gorham Bert, 1896- . Letter to Cole, _____, 30 March 1959 -- 84.5
  • Murray, Robert. Memorial tribute to John Gassner, 30 April 1967 -- 84.5
  • Murray, Robert. Card to Gassner, Mollie Kern, 1 May 1978 -- 84.5
  • Nadel, Norman, 1915- . A look at the Swedish theatre, 1968 -- 150.4
  • Nadel, Norman, 1915- . Letter to Gassner, Mollie Kern, 22 November 1967 -- 84.7
  • Nagler, Alois Maria, 1907- . Letter to Gassner, Mollie Kern, 8 February 1978 -- 84.7
  • Napier, Claude, 1869- , translator. Granny and her god by Claude and Alan Napier, from the novel by Hjalmar Bergman, undated -- 85.1
  • National Cyclopedia of American Biography. Letter to Gassner, Mollie Kern, 13 September 1967 -- 84.7
  • Needham, Joseph. A discussion of religion, 1937 -- 150.4
  • New England Theatre Conference. Letters to Gassner, Mollie Kern, 1969-1978 -- 85.2
  • New York. State University at Stony Brook. Department of Theatre Arts. Letter to Gassner, Mollie Kern, 12 September 1968 -- 84.7
  • New York Shakespeare Festival. Letter to Gassner, Mollie Kern, 16 June 1978 -- 84.7
  • Norton, Elliot, 1903- . Letter to Gassner, Mollie Kern, 4 April 1967 -- 84.7
  • Noure, Joan Thellusson. Letter to Association of Theatrical Press Agents and Managers, The Press Agents Chapter, 25 September 1958 -- 84.7
  • Oenslager, Donald, 1902-1975. Letter to Gassner, Mollie Kern, 5 April 1967 -- 85.3
  • Oliansky, Joel. Memorial tribute to John Gassner, 3 April 1967 -- 85.3
  • O’Neill, Eugene Gladstone, 1888-1953. Mourning becomes Electra, 25 February 1947 -- 85.4
  • O’Neill, Eugene Gladstone, 1888-1953. Letter to Langner, Lawrence, 2 August 1921 -- 85.3
  • Orchard, Robert J. Letter to Gassner, Mollie Kern, 16 April 1975 -- 85.3
  • Oregon. University. Department of Speech. Letter to Gassner, Mollie Kern, 26 October 1970 -- 85.3
  • Osborn, James M. Addison’s Tavern companion and Pope’s Umbra, 1963 -- 150.4
  • Osborn, James M. Travel literature and the rise of neo-Hellenism in England, 1963 -- 150.4
  • Outer Critics Circle. Letters to Gassner, Mollie Kern, 1976-1979 -- 85.3
  • Packard, William. Experiment in international theatre: an informal history of IASTA, circa 1965 -- 150.4
  • Papp, Joseph, 1921- . Letters to Gassner, Mollie Kern, 1967-1968 -- 85.3
  • Parks, George P., Jr. Letter to Gassner, Mollie Kern, 9 October 1973 -- 85.3
  • Paul, Marie R. Letter to Gassner, John, 4 April 1967 -- 85.5
  • Peacock, Ronald. The poet in the theatre, 1946 -- 150.4
  • Perrier, Ronald. Letter to Holt, Rinehart and Winston, Inc., 23 November 1964 -- 85.5
  • Pettet, Edwin Burn. Thespist mis-cast—in liberal arts, 1949 -- 150.4
  • Peyre, Henri, 1901- . Letter to Gassner, Mollie Kern, 5 April 1967 -- 85.5
  • Pflanzer, Howard. Outline of Boris beware, undated -- 85.5
  • Pflanzer, Howard. Letters to Gassner, Mollie Kern, 1974, undated -- 85.5
  • Philips, Marie. Letters to Gassner, Mollie Kern, 1972-1974 -- 85.5
  • Pilkington, John, 1918- . Letters to Gassner, Mollie Kern, 1969-1972, undated -- 85.5
  • Poindexter, John W. Letter to Gassner, Mollie Kern, 1964 -- 85.5
  • Popkin, Henry. The larger audience, 1962 -- 150.4
  • Popkin, Henry. Nonconformism by accident, 1958 -- 150.4
  • Popkin, Henry. Theatre II, 1958 -- 150.4
  • Popkin, Henry. Theatre chronicle, 1961 -- 150.4
  • President’s Committee on Radio and Television. Annual report, 1952-1953 -- 85.5
  • Queens College, Flushing, New York. Department of English. Letters to Gassner, Mollie Kern, 1976-1978 -- 85.6
  • Raabe, Tore Segelcke. Letter to Gassner, Mollie Kern, 3 February 1960 -- 85.6
  • Racine, Jean Baptiste, 1639-1699. Phaedra, translated by Samuel Solomon, undated -- 85.6
  • Ramsey, Warren. The Oresteia since Hofmannsthal, circa 1962 -- 150.5
  • Ratcliffe, Kate F. Letter to Gassner, Mollie Kern, 14 May 1961 -- 85.6
  • Razran, Gregory. Recent Russian psychology: 1950-1956, 1957 -- 150.5
  • Razran, Gregory. Soviet psychology and psychophysiology, 1959 -- 150.5
  • Reinhardt, Max, 1873-1943. Invitation to unidentified recipient, July 1923 -- 85.6
  • Reuben, William A. Letter to Gassner, Mollie Kern, 19 June 1969 -- 85.6
  • Reynolds, George F. Plays as literature for an audience, 1953 -- 150.5
  • Rivlin, Harry Nathaniel, 1904- . Letter to Gassner, Mollie Kern, 15 September 1971 -- 85.6
  • Robertson, Roderick. Producing playreadings, 1960 -- 150.5
  • Robin, Anatol. Storming heaven, undated -- 85.7
  • Rogers, James C. Letters to Gassner, Mollie Kern, 1967, undated. -- 85.6
  • Rogoff, Gordon. Letter to Gassner, Mollie Kern, 14 November 1967 -- 85.6
  • Root, Lynn. Cabin in the sky, undated -- 85.8
  • Rosenberg, Marvin, 1912- . The languages of drama -- 150.5
  • Rosenberg, Marvin, 1912- . Problems in aesthetic perception, undated -- 85.6
  • Ruland, Richard. The American plays of Bertolt Brecht, 1963 -- 150.5
  • Russell, Douglas A. Uses of felt at the Shakespeare Memorial Theatre, 1953 -- 150.5
  • Saint-Evremond, Charles de. Of ancient and modern tragedy -- 150.6
  • Saroyan, William, 1908- . The time of your life, undated -- 86.1
  • Schechner, Richard. Pornography and the new expression, 1947 -- 150.6
  • Schechter, Joel. Letter to Gassner, Mollie Kern, 28 June 1970 -- 86.1
  • Schneider, Alan, 1917- . Letter to Gassner, Mollie Kern, 3 April 1967 -- 86.1
  • Schnitzler, Henry. The Jesuit contribution to the theatre, 1952 -- 150.6
  • Schwartz, Sharon M. Letters to Gassner, Mollie Kern, 1967 -- 86.1
  • Seaman, Barbara. Letter to Gassner, Mollie Kern, 15 December 1974 -- 86.1
  • Seidel, Judi E. Memo to Reis, Don, 18 October 1966 -- 86.1
  • Selden, Samuel, 1899- . Academic shadows in the American theatre -- 150.6
  • Selden, Samuel, 1899- . Producing and directing the pageant drama, 1959 -- 150.6
  • Selden, Samuel, 1899- . Letter to Gassner, Mollie Kern, 19 April 1968 -- 86.1
  • Shaftel, Oscar H. Universality as a canon of criticism: the nature of aesthetic communication, 1936 -- 150.7
  • Shank, Theodore. A digest of 500 plays: plot outlines and production notes, 1963 -- 150.8
  • Shaw, George Bernard, 1856-1950. Letters to unidentified recipients, 22 March 1925, 22 February 1946 -- 86.1
  • Shaw, George Bernard, 1856-1950. Letter to Munsell, Warren P., 4 October 1937 -- 86.1
  • Shaw, George Bernard, 1856-1950. Card to Simon and Schuster, 17 June 1950 -- 86.1
  • Shaw, George Bernard, 1856-1950. Letter to Thomas, John, 20 March 1929. By Blanche Patch. -- 86.1
  • Shaw, George Bernard, 1856-1950. Letter to Webster, Ben, 1 September 1935 -- 86.1
  • Sheldon, Edward Brewster, 1886-1946. Salvation Nell, undated -- 86.2
  • Sheratsky, Rodney E. Letter to American Educational Theatre Association, 25 July 1965 -- 86.1
  • Sheriff, Robert Cedric, 1896-1975. Miss Mabel, undated -- 86.3
  • Shine, Ted. Epitaph for a bluebird, 1962 -- 86.4
  • Shoben, Edward Joseph. A clinical view of the tragic, 1963 -- 151.1
  • Sidlauskas, Francis W. Letter to Young, John Wray, 11 March 1959 -- 86.5
  • Siegel, Paul N. The drama and the thwarted American dream, 1965 -- 150.6
  • Simon, John. Theatre chronicle column, 1963-1966 -- 151.2
  • Simon and Schuster, Inc. Letters to Gassner, Mollie Kern, 1967-1968 -- 86.5
  • Smith, Harvey, 1904- . Letter to Gassner, Mollie Kern, 23 March 1968 -- 86.5
  • Society of Authors. Letter to Holt, Rinehart & Winston, Inc., 10 July 1961 -- 86.5
  • Sontag, Susan. Going to theatre column, 1964 -- 151.3
  • Sprechman, Stanley. Letter to Brustein, Robert, 20 April 1971 -- 86.5
  • Stacy, Paul. Letter to Gassner, Mollie Kern, 11 March 1968 -- 86.5
  • Stapleton, Gabriel. A faith that fathers fine delight, 1960 -- 150.6
  • Stein, Gertrude, 1874-1946. Doctor Faustus lights the lights, undated -- 86.6
  • Stein, Joseph, 1912- . Enter laughing, adapted from the novel by Carl Reiner, undated -- 86.7
  • Sundgaard, Arnold. Of love remembered, undated -- 86.8
  • Suvin, Darko. On individualist world view in drama -- 150.6
  • Swann, Francis. Out of the frying pan, undated -- 86.5
  • Sweetkind, Morris. Unidentified textbook section, undated -- 86.5
  • Szold, Bernard. Deburau (poem) -- 150.6
  • Taubman, Howard, 1907- . Letter to Gassner, Mollie Kern, 12 April 1967 -- 86.9
  • Teplitsky, Louis. Letter to Creative Writing Class, Yale University, 4 April 1961 -- 86.9
  • Texas. University. Humanities Research Center. Letters to Gassner, Mollie Kern, 1963-1965 -- 87.1
  • Theatre-in-the-Park, Inc. Letter to Gassner, Mollie Kern, undated -- 86.9
  • Therive, André. La littérature clandestine sous la IVe République, 1949; (in French) -- 151.4
  • Thompson, Charles A. Letter to Outer Circle, 1 June 1965 -- 86.9
  • Thompson, Stith, 1885- . Letter to Gassner, John, 26 March 1949 -- 86.9
  • Tierney, Harry. Letter to Yale University. Department of Dramatic Arts, 25 April 1957 -- 86.9
  • Timko, Michael. 19th century British drama (general introduction and preface) -- 151.4
  • Traube, Shepard, 1907- . Letter to Theatre Arts Magazine, 5 October 1953 -- 86.9
  • Trueblood, Guerdon S. Letter to Yale University. Graduate School of Dramatics, 23 May 1959 -- 86.9
  • Turgenev, Ivan Sergîeevich, 1881-1883. A month in the country, translated by M. S. Mandell, undated -- 87.2
  • Turner, Darwin T. Jazz-Vaudeville drama in the twenties, 1959 -- 151.4
  • Turner, Dennis. Letters to Gassner, Mollie Kern, 1969-1970 -- 86.9
  • Turner, Shirlee. Letters to Gassner, Mollie Kern, 1970-1971 -- 86.9
  • Tuttle, Day, 1902- . Scrimmage at Illowa State, 1954 -- 87.3
  • U.S. Information Agency. Letters to Kingsley, Sidney, 1964 -- 87.4
  • U.S. Information Service. The philosophy of freedom, 6 May 1954 -- 87.4
  • Ullmann, Ludwig. The German theatre under Hitler -- 151.5
  • University of Warwick Dramatic Society, Coventry, England. Letter to Simon and Schuster, Inc., 28 October 1967 -- 87.4
  • Van Doren, Mark, 1894-1972. Letter to Gassner, Mollie Kern, 3 April 1967 -- 87.4
  • Van Kirk, Harold A. Letter to Yale University. Department of Drama, 14 October 1957 -- 87.4
  • Van Valkenburg, E. Susan. Letter to Gassner, Mollie Kern, 1 December 1960 -- 87.4
  • Veit, Joan. A look at American social drama 1923-1944, May 1954 -- 87.4
  • Virginia. Museum of Fine Arts. Letter to Gassner, Mollie Kern, 11 October 1972 -- 87.4
  • Vowles, Richard B. Psychology and drama: a selected checklist, 1962 -- 151.5
  • Waith, Eugene M. Restoration drama (introduction and play introductions), 1968 -- 151.7
  • Walsh, Leo Joseph, 1929- . Letters to Gassner, Mollie Kern, 1973-1974 -- 87.5
  • Ward, Nada. Letter to Yale Drama Workshop, 11 February 1960 -- 87.5
  • Washington Square Press. Letters to Gassner, Mollie Kern, 1967-1969 -- 87.6
  • Weales, Gerald. What Garrick Gaieties?, 1965 -- 151.6
  • Weales, Gerald. Theatre without walls, 1962 -- 151.6
  • Webster, Margaret, 1905-1972. Letter to Gassner, Mollie Kern, 28 November 1966 -- 87.5
  • Weidel, Eddie. Letter to Gassner, Mollie Kern, 7 February 1968 -- 87.5
  • Weiner, Ira. The ferry boat man, undated -- 87.7
  • Weiner Ira. Lost fish, undated -- 87.8
  • Weiss, Paul. Letter to Gassner, Mollie Kern, 3 April 1967 -- 87.5
  • Wells, Henry Willis, 1895- . Asian drama and lyric poetry, 1966 -- 151.6
  • Wells, Henry Willis, 1895- . Osiris: the ceremonial drama of ancient Egypt, undated -- 87.5
  • Wharton, John F. The mythology of ticket selling, 1966 -- 151.6
  • Wickham, Glynne and George Rowell. Permission to view: American educational theatre through English eyes -- 151.6
  • Wiek, Joyce. Telegram to Simon and Schuster, Inc., 20 February 1951 -- 87.5
  • Wilder, Thornton, 1897-1975. Letter to Ince, Alexander Sandor, 9 January 1954 -- 87.5
  • Williams, Dallas S. A bibliography for arena theatre, 1958 -- 151.6
  • Wimsatt, W. K., Jr. Poetic tension: a summary, 1958 -- 151.6
  • Wincelburg, Shimon. Kataki, October 1960 -- 87.9
  • Wissenschaftliche Buchgesellschaft. Letters to Gassner, Mollie Kern, 1907 -- 87.5
  • Withers, Kenney. Letter to Levine, Sumner, 1 March 1963 -- 87.5
  • Withey, J. A. Action in life and in drama, 1958 -- 151.6
  • Witten, Laurence. James Marshall Osborn, 1959 -- 151.6
  • Wood, Audrey. I still remember, 1961 -- 151.6
  • Yale University. Office of the President, 30 December 1966 -- 87.5
  • Yale University. School of Drama. Invitation to Gassner, Mollie Kern, May 1975 -- 87.5
  • Yeaton, Kelly. The process plan of acting, (outline, introduction, prospectus), 1961 -- 151.8
  • Young, John Wray. How to enjoy the theatre (book outline) -- 151.8
  • Young, Stark. Immortal shadows: a book of dramatic criticism, 1948 -- 151.8
  • Zinn, Howard. Abolitionists and freedom riders, 1964 -- 151.8
  • Zuckerman, Arthur J. Lecture on Hamlet and Orestes, 1964 -- 87.5
  • Zukofsky, Louis, 1904-1978. Letters to Gassner, Mollie Kern, 1967-1968 -- 87.5

Index of Additional Materials

  • Plays:
  • Aeschylus. Agamemnon -- 113.6
  • Atlas, Leopold. L, copyright 1928 -- 113.6
  • Alvarez Quintero, Serafín and Joaquín. Doña Clarines -- 113.6
  • Ames, Winthrop. A kiss in Xanadu, copyright 1928 -- 113.6
  • Anderson, Robert. Silent night, lonely night -- 114.2
  • Anderson, Robert. Three plays for a Saturday night (produced as You know I can’t hear you when the water’s running) -- 114.3
  • Anderson, Robert. The tiger -- 114.4
  • Andrade, Jorge. The moratorium (translated by D. C. Robinson) -- 114.5
  • Andreyev, Leonid. He who gets slapped (translated by Gregory Zilboorg), copyright 1922 -- 113.6
  • Anonymous, 13th or 14th century. The chalk circle (translated by Ethel Van Der Veer) -- 114.1
  • Anonymous, 15th century. Master Pierre Patein -- 114.1
  • Anonymous. Simon and Susan -- 114.1
  • Anonymous. Singing Simpkin -- 114.1
  • Anouilh, Jean. Antigone (English translation by Lewis Galantière), 1958 -- 113.6
  • Anouilh, Jean. Thieves’ carnival (translated by Lucienne Hill), 1952 -- 113.6
  • Aristophanes. The frogs (translated by John Hookham Frere) -- 113.6
  • Arzoomanian, Ralph S. The coop -- 114.6
  • Augier, Emile and Jules Sandeau. The son-in-law of M. Poirier (translated by Barrett H. Clark), 1916 -- 113.6
  • Bahr, Hermann. The concert -- 114.7
  • Barry, Philip. Hotel universe, 1930 -- 114.7
  • Barry, Philip. In a garden, copyright 1929 -- 114.7
  • Beaumarchais. The barber of Seville -- 114.7
  • Beaumont, Francis and John Fletcher. The knight of the burning pestle -- 114.7
  • Benavente, Jacinto. The bonds of interest, copyright 1917 -- 114.7
  • Bernard, Jean-Jacques. Le Feu qui Reprend Mal (in French), 1922 -- 114.8
  • Boucicault, Dion. Belle Lamar: An episode of the Civil War, copyright 1932 -- 114.7
  • Brecht, Bertolt. The exception and the rule -- 114.7
  • Brecht, Bertolt. The Threepenny Opera, copyright 1955 -- 114.7
  • Büchner, Georg. Woyzeck, 1955 -- 114.7
  • Capek, Karel. R.U.R. (translated by Paul Selver) , copyright 1923 -- 114.9
  • Capek, Karel and Josef. And so ad infinitum (The life of insects) -- 114.9
  • Chlumberg, Hans. The miracle at Verdun -- 114.9
  • Cocteau, Jean. The infernal machine (English translation by Carl Wildman), 1950 -- 114.9
  • Conrad, Joseph. One day more, copyright 1920 -- 114.9
  • Copeau, Jacques. The house into which we are born (translated by Ralph Roeder) -- 114.10
  • Coward, Noel. Private lives -- 114.10
  • Coward, Noel. The vortex, copyright 1925 -- 114.10
  • Crothers, Rachel. As husbands go -- 114.10
  • Crothers, Rachel. Mary the third, copyright 1925 -- 114.10
  • Cummings, E. E. Him, copyright 1927 -- 114.10
  • Curel, François de. The fossils (translated by Barrett H. Clark) -- 114.10
  • Daly, Augustin. Frou Frou, printed, 1897 -- 115.1
  • Dukes, Ashley. Tyl Ulenspiegel, or The Songs of Drums -- 115.1
  • Dumas, Alexandre. The outer edge of society (translated by Barrett H. Clark), copyright 1916 -- 115.1
  • Dunsany, Lord. King Argimenes and the unknown warrior, copyright 1914 -- 115.1
  • Euripides. The Bacchants -- 115.1
  • Fielding, Henry. Tom Thumb the great -- 115.2
  • France, Anatole. The man who married a dumb wife (translated by Curtis Hidden Page), copyright 1915 -- 115.2
  • Fratti, Mario. The academy, copyright 1961 -- 115.2
  • Fratti, Mario. The return, copyright 1961 -- 115.2
  • Fratti, Mario. The suicide -- 115.2
  • Gerstenberg, Alice. Overtones -- 115.3
  • Ghelderode, Michel de. The blind men (translated by George Hauger); Three actors and their drama -- 115.3
  • Giraudoux, Jean. Electra (translated by Winifred Smith) -- 115.3
  • Giraudoux, Jean. Judith, copyright 1955 -- 115.3
  • Goldoni, Carlo. The mistress of the inn (translated by Merle Pierson) -- 115.4
  • Goll, Yvon. The Chaplinade: A film poem -- 115.4
  • Gonzi, Carlo. The love of the three oranges, printed, 1959 -- 115.4
  • Green, Paul. Hymn to the rising sun, 1936? -- 115.5
  • Green, Paul. The no count boy -- 115.5
  • Green, Paul. Unto such glory -- 115.5
  • Hamilton, Wallace. The burning of the lepers -- 115.7
  • Hankin, St. John. The last of the De Mullins -- 115.6
  • Harrity, Richard. Hope is the thing with feathers -- 115.6
  • Hauptmann, Gerhart. The rats (translated by Ludwig Lewisohn), copyright 1913 -- 115.6
  • Heiberg, Gunnar. The tragedy of love (translated by Edwin Bjorkman) -- 115.6
  • Holberg, Ludvig. Erasmus Montanus (translated by Oscar James Campbell and Frederic Schenck), copyright 1914 -- 115.6
  • Hugo, Victor. Hernani (translated by Mrs. Newton Crosland; revised by Gassner) -- 115.6
  • Jones, Henry Arthur. Dolly reforming herself -- 115.8
  • Kaiser, Georg. Die bürger von Calais (in German), 1921? -- 115.8
  • Kaiser, Georg. The coral (translated by Winifred Katzin), copyright 1918 -- 115.8
  • Lessing. Minna von Barnhelm (translated by Ernest Bell) -- 115.8
  • Lorca, Federic Garcia. The audience (translated by Ben Belitt), 1958 -- 115.8
  • Maeterlinck, Maurice. The intruder -- 115.9
  • Marlowe, Christopher. Tamburlaine the Great, parts I & II; The tragical history of Doctor Faustus; The Jew of Malta,1903? -- 115.9
  • Maugham, Somerset. The breadwinner -- 115.9
  • Mayakovsky, Vladimir. The bathhouse -- 115.9
  • Miller, Arthur. After the fall, printed in issue of Saturday Evening Post, 1964 -- 115.10
  • Miller, Arthur. You’re next!, a political playlet, typed mimeo reproduction, 1946?; Presented by Stage for Action -- 115.10
  • Milne, A. A. The truth about Blayds, copyright 1922 -- 115.9
  • Mishima, Yukio. Sotoba Komachi (Noh play translated by Donald Keene), 1957 -- 115.9
  • Moliere. Tartuffe (translated by Curtis Hidden Page), copyright 1908 -- 115.9
  • Molnar, Ferenc. The swan -- 115.9
  • Morton, John Maddison. Box and cox -- 115.9
  • O’Casey, Sean. Cock-a-doodle dandy -- 116.1
  • O’Neill, Eugene. Before breakfast, 1932 -- 116.1
  • O’Neill, Eugene. The moon of the Caribbees, copyright 1923 -- 116.1
  • Obey, André. Venus and Adonis, copyright 1952 -- 116.1
  • Picasso, Pablo. Desire trapped by the tail (translated from French by Herma Briffault) -- 116.1
  • Pinero, Arthur W. Mid-channel -- 116.1
  • Pinero, Arthur W. The thunderbolt, copyright 1909, 1934 -- 116.1
  • Pirandello, Luigi. Each in his way -- 116.2
  • Pirandello, Luigi. Henry IV (Enrico Quatro, translation by Edward Storer) -- 116.2
  • Pirandello, Luigi. Six characters in search of an author (translation by Edward Storer) -- 116.2
  • Plautus. The captives (translated by Edward H. Sugden) -- 116.1
  • Riggs, Lynn. Green grow the lilacs, copyright 1931 -- 116.3
  • Robinson, Lennox. The far-off hills -- 116.3
  • Sartre, Jean-Paul. The flies (translated by Stuart Gilbert) -- 116.4
  • Schiller. William Tell (translated by Sir Theodore Martin) -- 116.4
  • Sophocles. Antigone -- 116.5
  • Sophocles. Electra -- 116.5
  • Sophocles. Oedipus the King (translation by R. C. Jebb) -- 116.5
  • Sophocles. The searching satyrs -- 116.5
  • Strindberg, August. Comrades (translated by Edith and Warner Öland), copyright 1912 -- 116.6
  • Strindberg, August. A dream play -- 116.6
  • Strindberg, August. Easter (translated by Elizabeth Sprigge), copyright 1949 -- 116.6
  • Strindberg, August. The father -- 116.6
  • Strindberg, August. The ghost sonata -- 116.6
  • Strindberg, August. Miss Julie; The stronger -- 116.6
  • Strindberg, August. The stronger for (English 52) -- 116.6
  • Strindberg, August. The stronger woman -- 116.6
  • Terence. Phormio (translated by Morris H. Morgan), copyright 1894 -- 116.7
  • Thoma, Ludwig. Moral (translated by Charles Recht), 1916 -- 116.7
  • Toller, Ernst. Man and the masses (translated by Louis Untermeyer), copyright 1924 -- 116.7
  • Valéry, Paul. Amphion -- 116.8
  • Verga, Giovanni. Cavalleria Rusticana (translated by Eric Bentley), 1955 -- 116.8
  • Vildrac, Charles. Michel Auclair (translated by Sidney Howard), copyright 1932 -- 116.8
  • Vildrac, Charles. S. S. Tenacity (translated by Sidney Howard), copyright 1922 -- 116.8
  • Villiers, George, Duke of Buckingham. A tragedy rehearsed -- 116.8
  • Villiers, George, Duke of Buckingham. The rehearsal -- 116.8
  • Wedekind, Frank. The Marquis of Keith (translated by Beatrice Gottlieb), 1951 -- 116.9
  • Whiting, John. No why, 1961 -- 116.9
  • Wilder, Thornton. Pullman car Hiawatha, copyright 1931 -- 116.9
  • Wilder, Thornton. The skin of our teeth -- 116.9
  • Yeats, W. B. Purgatory, copyright 1953 -- 116.10
  • Zeiger, Henry. Five days, copyright 1956 -- 116.10
  • Programs:
  • Unidentifed theatre, 1955: Marcel Marceau, souvenir program -- 118.2
  • Unidentifed theatre, undated: souvenir program (in Hebrew) -- 118.2
  • Aldwych Theatre, London, 1962: Royal Shakespeare Company in The physicists by Friedrich Dürrenmatt, program -- 117.1
  • Aldwych Theatre, London, 1963: Royal Shakespeare Company in The beggar’s opera by John Gay, program -- 117.1
  • Aldwych Theatre, London, 1963: Royal Shakespeare Company in The representative by Rolf Hochhüth, souvenir program -- 117.6
  • Arena Stage, Washington, D. C., 1951: The glass menagerie by Tennessee Williams, program -- 119.9
  • Arena Stage, Washington, D. C., 1951: The inspector general by Nikolai Gogol, program -- 119.9
  • Arena Stage, Washington, D. C., 1951: The playboy of the western world by John M. Synge, program -- 119.9
  • Arts Theatre, London, 1945: Arts Theatre Group of Actors in The simpleton of unexpected isles by George Bernard Shaw, program -- 117.1
  • Arts Theatre, London, 1956: Theatre of Angna Enters, the queen of mime, program -- 117.1
  • Athens Festival, Greece, 1956: souvenir program (in Greek) -- 117.6
  • Athens Festival, Greece, 1960: souvenir program (in Greek) -- 117.6
  • Avon Theatre, New York City, 1933: Biography by S. N. Behrman, Theatre Guild production, program -- 117.1
  • Ballet National Grec, Athens, undated: Panegyris / Idylle en Cephalonie (in Greek, with some French), program -- 117.1
  • Bregenzer Festspiele, Austria, 1961: souvenir program (in German) -- 117.7
  • Broadway Theatre, New York City, 1955: Comédie Française production of Le bourgeois gentilhomme by Molière, program -- 123.10
  • Broadway Theatre, New York City, 1955: Comédie Française production of Arlequin poli par l’amour by Marivaux and Le barbier de Seville by Beaumarchais, program -- 123.10
  • Broadway Theatre, New York City, 1955: Comédie Française production of Le jeu de l’amour et du hazard by Marivaux and Un caprice by Alfred de Musset, program – 123.10
  • Broadway Theatre, New York City, 1958: Theatre National Populaire production of Lorenzaccio by Alfred de Musset, program -- 124.1
  • Cameri Theatre, Tel Aviv, 1961: Kinneret, Kinneret by Nathan Alterman (in Hebrew, with some French and English), program -- 117.1
  • Cherry Lane Theatre, New York City, 1958: Endgame by Samuel Beckett, program – 129.2
  • Cherry Lane Theatre, New York City, 1962: Happy days by Samuel Beckett; The death of Bessie Smith by Edward Albee; and The American dream, program – 129.2
  • Cherry Lane Theatre, New York City, 1965: Happy days by Samuel Beckett, program -- 129.2
  • Chichester Festival Theatre, England, 1962: souvenir program -- 117.7
  • Chichester Festival Theatre, England, 1962: The broken heart, a tragedy by John Ford, program -- 122.1
  • Chichester Festival Theatre, England, 1962: The chances, a comedy by Beaumont & Fletcher, adapted by the Duke of Buckingham, program -- 122.4
  • City Center of Music and Drama, New York City, 1961: Comédie Française production of Britannicus by Racine, program -- 123.10
  • City Center of Music and Drama, New York City, 1961: Greek Tragedy Theatre production of Electra by Sophocles, program -- 126.3
  • Comédie-Française (Salle Richelieu), Paris, 1950: £12 by J. M. Barrie; Le jeu de l’amour et du hasard (The game of love and chance) by Marivaux, program -- 117.1
  • Comédie-Française (Salle Richelieu), Paris, 1950: Un chapeau de paille d’Italie (The Italian straw hat) by Eugène Labiche and Marc-Michel, program -- 117.1
  • Comedy Theatre, London, 1961: Fairy tales of New York by J. P. Donleavy, program -- 123.1
  • Cricket Theatre, New York City, 1962: Dumbell people in a barbell world by Dan Blue, program -- 117.1
  • Criterion Theatre, London, 1973: Next time I’ll sing to you by James Saunders, program -- 117.1
  • Daniel Boone Theatre, Boone, N.C., 1953: Horn in the west by Kermit Hunter, souvenir program -- 120.14
  • Devlet Tiyatrosu, Turkey, 1963 May: Öp beni Kate (Kiss me Kate) by Cole Porter, program -- 117.3
  • Devlet Tiyatrosu, Turkey, 1965 April: season program (in Turkish) -- 117.3
  • Devlet Tiyatrosu, Turkey, 1965 October: ballet Kuǧular gölü (Swan lake) by P. I. Tchaikovsky, program (in Turkish) -- 117.3
  • Devlet Tiyatrosu, Turkey, 1965 December: opera Carmen by Georges Bizet, program (in Turkish) -- 117.3
  • Devlet Tiyatrosu, Turkey, 1966 February: opera Norma by Vincenzo Bellini, program (in Turkish) -- 117.3
  • Devlet Tiyatrosu, Turkey, 1966 March: season program (in Turkish) -- 117.3
  • Devlet Tiyatrosu, Turkey, 1966 June: Ayakta Durmak Istiyorum by Tarik Buǧra, program (in Turkish) -- 117.3
  • Devlet Tiyatrosu, Turkey, 1966 July: Kral Oidipus (Oedipus the king) by Sophocles, program (in Turkish) -- 117.3
  • Devlet Tiyatrosu, Turkey, 1966 October: season program (in Turkish) -- 117.3
  • Dormen Tiyatrosunu, Turkey, 1962: Pasifik Sarkisi (South Pacific) by Oscar Hammerstein and Richard Rodgers, program (in Turkish) -- 117.2
  • Duke of York’s Theatre, London, 1963: The bedsitting room by John Antrobus and Spike Milligan, program -- 117.2
  • Dünya Tiyatro Günü (World Theatre Day), 1962: Program (in Turkish) -- 117.2
  • East 11th St. Theatre, New York City, 1962: Moon on a rainbow shawl by Errol John, program -- 122.7
  • East 74th Street Theatre, New York City, 1961: One way pendulum by N. F. Simpson, program -- 122.7
  • Epidaurus Festival, Greece, 1959: souvenir program (in German, French, English, and Greek) -- 117.7
  • Epidaurus Festival, Greece, 1960: souvenir program (in German, French, English, and Greek) -- 117.7
  • Forest Amphitheatre, Asheville, N.C., 1953: Thunderland by Hubert Hayes, souvenir program -- 120.16
  • Fortune Theatre, London, 1961: Beyond the fringe, revue originally conceived by John Bassett, program -- 122.7
  • Freie Volksbühne (Free People’s Theatre), Berlin, 1964: In der sache J. Robert Oppenheimer by Heinar Kipphardt, program (in German) -- 117.2
  • Freie Volksbühne (Free People’s Theatre), Berlin, 1965: Das mädl aus der vorstadt (The girl from the suburbs) by Johann Nestroy, program (in German) -- 117.2
  • Garrick Theatre, London, 1962: Two stars for comfort by John Mortimer, program – 123.1
  • Garrick Theatre, London, 1965: Too true to be good by George Bernard Shaw, program -- 117.2
  • Garrick Theatre, New York City, 1920: Jane Clegg by St. John G. Ervine, program -- 121.16
  • Garrick Theatre, New York City, 1921: Don Juan by Henri Bataille, English version by Lawrence Langner, program -- 117.2
  • Globe Theatre, London, 1950: Ring round the moon by Jean Anouilh, translated by Christopher Fry, program -- 117.2
  • Golders Green Hippodrome, London: 1963: Monique by Dorothy and Michael Blankfort, program -- 117.2
  • Golders Green Hippodrome, London: 1963: The odd ones by Louis S. Bardoly, program -- 117.2
  • Gramercy Arts Theater, New York City, 1961: Gallows humor by Jack Richardson, program --- 120.4
  • Greenwich Village Theatre, New York City, 1920: Sophie by Philip Moeller, program -- 121.16
  • Greenwich Village Theatre, New York City: circa 1924-1925: Love for love by William Congreve, program -- 117.2
  • Holland Festival, Netherlands, 1962: souvenir program (in English and Dutch) -- 117.7
  • Honolulu Community Theatre, Honolulu, Hawaii, 1966?: Sword and Samurai, freely adapted from George Bernard Shaw’s Arms and the man, program -- 119.10
  • Indian Fort Theatre, Berea, Ky., 1955: Wilderness road by Paul Green, souvenir program -- 120.18
  • Jushny’s Theatre (Russian revue), circa 1920. The blue bird, souvenir program (in English) -- 118.1
  • Kungliga Dramatiska Teatern, Stockholm, 1947: Si, iskarlen kommer! (The iceman cometh) by Eugene O’Neill, program (in Swedish) -- 117.2
  • The Living Theatre, New York City, 1959: Theatre pieces by Samuel Beckett: All that fall; Embers; and Act without words I and I, flyer -- 129.2
  • Los Angeles City College, Los Angeles, Calif., 1964?: Winterset by Maxwell Anderson, program -- 127.10
  • Lyceum Theatre, New York City, 1913: By-products by Joseph Medill Patterson and Countess Mizzi by Arthur Schnitzler, program -- 121.16
  • Lydia Mendelsshon Theatre, University of Michigan, 1955: Sapienta and Dulcitius by Hroswitha, program -- 124.2
  • Lyric Theatre, London, 1950: The beaux stratagem by George Farquhar, program -- 117.2
  • Lyric Theatre, London, 1950: Tartuffe by Moliere, adapted by Miles Malleson, program -- 117.2
  • Majestic Theatre, New York City, 1928: The patriot by Alfred Neumann, translated by Gilbert Miller; production design by Norman Bel Geddes, souvenir program -- 118.1
  • Martinique Theatre, New York City, 1963?: Six characters in search of an author by Luigi Pirandelli, a new translation by Paul Avila Mayer, program --- 120.4
  • Matoaka Lake Amphitheatre, Williamsburg, Va., 1953: The common glory by Paul Green, souvenir program -- 120.12
  • Mayfair Theatre, New York City, 1963: Hey you, light man! by Oliver Hailey, program --- 120.4
  • McHugh Forum, Boston, Mass., 1963: Seven scenes for Yeni by James Forsyth, program -- 127.9
  • Mountainside Theatre, Cherokee, N.C., 1953: Unto these hills: A drama of the Cherokee Indian by Kermit Hunter, souvenir program -- 120.17
  • New Arts Theatre Club, London, 1963: Cockade, three plays by Charles Wood, program -- 117.4
  • New Haven Symphony Orchestra, 1967: fourth concert, program -- 117.4
  • Newhouse Enterprises, circa 1955: publicity brochure for Julie Haydon in Profiles of a Critic, program -- 117.4
  • Northwestern University Theatre, Evanston, Ill., 1955: The Caucasian chalk circle by Bertolt Brecht, translated by Robert Schneideman, program – 127.10
  • The Ohel Theatre, Tel Aviv, 1961: Hactuba by Efraim Kishon, program (in English and Hebrew) -- 117.4
  • The Ohel Theatre, Tel Aviv, 1962: The refusal by Yehuda Haezrahi, program (in English and Hebrew) -- 117.4
  • The Old Vic, London, 1962: Peer Gynt by Henrik Ibsen, program -- 117.4
  • Palm Beach Playhouse, West Palm Beach, Fla., 1952: Underground by Ray Lapica, program -- 120.18
  • Penthouse Theatre, Seattle, Wash., 1954: Penelope by Somerset Maugham, program – 128.3
  • Phoenix Theatre, New York City, 1957: The Makropoulos secret by Karel Capek, adaptation by Tyrone Guthrie, program -- 129.5
  • Phoenix Theatre, New York City, 1960: She stoops to conquer by Oliver Goldsmith, program -- 122.4
  • Phoenix Theatre, London, 1966: Incident at Vichy by Arthur Miller, program -- 117.4
  • Plymouth Theatre, New York City, 1938: Abe Lincoln in Illinois by Robert E. Sherwood, presented by The Playwrights’ Company, souvenir program -- 118.1
  • Pocket Theatre, New York City, 1963: Save me a place at Forest Lawn and The last minstrel by Lorees Yerby, program --- 120.4
  • President Theatre, New York City, 1934: Legal murder by Denis O’Donoghue, program -- 121.16
  • Provincetown Playhouse, Provincetown, Mass., 1950: Krapp’s last tape by Samuel Beckett and The zoo story by Edward Albee, program -- 129.2
  • Queen’s Theatre, Dublin, 1962: Abbey Theatre Company production of They got what they wanted by Louis D’Alton, program -- 123.7
  • Queens College Theatre, Flushing, New York, 1964: Pantagleize by Michel de Ghelderode, program -- 128.3
  • Roanoke Island Waterside Theatre, Manteo, Roanoke Island, N. C., 1953: The lost colony by Paul Green, souvenir program -- 120.15
  • Rogaland Teater, Norway, 1947-1957: souvenir program (in Norwegian) -- 118.1
  • Royal Albert Hall, London, 1962: Henry Wood Promenade Concerts, program -- 117.4
  • Royal Court Theatre, London, 1958?: Krapp’s last tape and Endgame by Samuel Beckett, program -- 129.2
  • Royal Court Theatre, London, 1961: The keep by Gwyn Thomas, program – 123.1
  • Royal Court Theatre, London, 1973: Exit the King by Eugene Ionesco, program -- 117.4
  • Royal Shakespeare Theatre, Stratford, 1961: Royal Shakespeare Theatre Company, souvenir program -- 118.1
  • Royal Shakespeare Theatre, Stratford, 1962: King Lear by William Shakespeare, program -- 117.4
  • Royce Hall, Los Angeles, Calif., 1961: The just by Albert Camus, translated by Jeanne Cagney, program -- 127.9
  • St. James Episcopal Church, New York City, 1963: The mystery of Elche, program – 125.2
  • St. James Theatre, New York City, 1937: King Richard II by William Shakespeare, with Maurice Evans, souvenir program -- 118.2
  • St. James Theatre, New York City, 1938: Hamlet by William Shakespeare, with Maurice Evans, souvenir program (lacking front cover) -- 118.2
  • St. James Theatre, New York City, 1939: Henry IV, part I by William Shakespeare, with Maurice Evans, souvenir program -- 118.2
  • St. James Theatre, New York City, 1940: Twelfth night by William Shakespeare, with Maurice Evans, souvenir program -- 118.2
  • St. Martin’s Theatre, London, 1963: Stephen D., adapted by Hugh Leonard from A portrait of the artist as a young man by James Joyce, program -- 117.5
  • Saint Joseph College and Little Theatre of Manchester, CT: 1969: Early mourning of Jason by Dennis L. Turner, program; dedicated to Mollie Gassner and the memory of John Gassner -- 117.5
  • Schoenberg Hall Auditorium, Los Angeles, Calif., 1966: Oh what a lovely war by Joan Littlewood, program -- 127.9
  • Shakespeare Memorial Theatre, Stratford, 1950: souvenir program -- 118.2
  • Shubert Theatre, New York City, 1936: Idiot’s delight by Robert E. Sherwood, Theatre Guild production, souvenir program -- 118.2
  • Shubert Theatre, New York City, 1937: Amphitryon 38 by Jean Giradoux adapted by S. N. Behrman, presented by the Theatre Guild, souvenir program -- 118.2
  • Society of the Friends of Music, New York, 1925: Johannespassion by Bach, conductor Artur Bodanzky, program -- 117.5
  • Staatstheater am Gärtnerplatz, Munich, 196-?: opera Boccaccio by Franz von Suppé, program (in German) -- 117.5
  • Stage for Action, 1944: A special showing of 3 plays in its repertory: The common man by Ben Hecht; That they may win by Arthur Miller; and Untitled by Norman Corwin, program -- 117.5
  • Strand Theatre, London, 1961: The affair by Ronald Millar, from the novel by C. P. Snow, program -- 122.7
  • Teatro Alla Scala, Milan, 1954-1955: Porgy and Bess by George Gershwin, DuBose and Dorothy Heyward, and Ira Gershwin; signed by producer Robert Breen, program (in Italian) -- 117.5
  • Teatro Castro Alves, Salvador, Brazil, 1961: Caligula by Albert Camus, translated by Maria da Saudade Cortesão, program -- 127.9
  • Thalia-Theater, Hamburg, Germany, 1961: Zerbrochenes spielzeug (Toys in the attic) by Lillian Hellman, translated by Peter and Annie Capell, program – 124.3
  • Theater Shack, North Arlington, N.J., 1964?: Western trilogy by George Savage and George Savage, Jr., program -- 120.19
  • Theatre at the Caracalla Baths, Rome, 1950: Carmen by Georges Bizet, program (in French and Italian) -- 117.1
  • Theatre Company of Boston, Boston, Mass., 1964?: The lunch hour by John Mortimer; Act without words I, and Play by Samuel Beckett, program – 129.2
  • Theatre de Quat-Sous, Brussels, Belgium 1961: La femme femme by Jean-Pierre Ferriere, program, 123.9
  • Theatre Guild, circa 1919-1928: souvenir program -- 118.2
  • Theatre Guild on the Air, 1945: Ah, wilderness! -- 146.9
  • Theatre Guild on the Air, 1945: At Mrs. Beam's -- 146.9
  • Theatre Guild on the Air, 1945: Elizabeth, the Queen -- 146.9
  • Theatre Guild on the Air, 1945: The Emperor Jones and Where the cross is made -- 146.9
  • Theatre Guild on the Air, 1945: The guardsman -- 146.9
  • Theatre Guild on the Air, 1945: Jacobowsky and the Colonel -- 146.9
  • Theatre Guild on the Air, 1945: John Ferguson -- 146.9
  • Theatre Guild on the Air, 1945: Knickerbocker holiday -- 146.9
  • Theatre Guild on the Air, 1945: Little women -- 146.9
  • Theatre Guild on the Air, 1945: Morning's at seven -- 146.9
  • Theatre Guild on the Air, 1945: Mr. Pim passes by -- 146.9
  • Theatre Guild on the Air, 1945: Ned McCobb's daughter -- 146.9
  • Theatre Guild on the Air, 1945: Pride and prejudice -- 146.9
  • Theatre Guild on the Air, 1945: The royal family -- 146.9
  • Theatre Guild on the Air, 1945: Sing out, sweet land! -- 146.9
  • Theatre Guild on the Air, 1945: Storm over Patsy -- 146.9
  • Theatre Guild on the Air, 1945: Wings over Europe -- 146.9
  • Theatre Guild on the Air, 1946: The barker -- 147.1
  • Theatre Guild on the Air, 1946: A bill of divorcement -- 147.1
  • Theatre Guild on the Air, 1946: Boy meets girl -- 147.1
  • Theatre Guild on the Air, 1946: Broadway -- 147.1
  • Theatre Guild on the Air, 1946: Burlesque -- 147.1
  • Theatre Guild on the Air, 1946: Call it a day -- 147.1
  • Theatre Guild on the Air, 1946: Dead end -- 147.1
  • Theatre Guild on the Air, 1946: The front page -- 147.1
  • Theatre Guild on the Air, 1946: Golden boy -- 147.1
  • Theatre Guild on the Air, 1946: The green pastures -- 147.1
  • Theatre Guild on the Air, 1946: I remember Mama -- 147.1
  • Theatre Guild on the Air, 1946: The man who came to dinner -- 147.1
  • Theatre Guild on the Air, 1946: Mary of Scotland -- 147.1
  • Theatre Guild on the Air, 1946: Mary, Mary, quite contrary -- 147.1
  • Theatre Guild on the Air, 1946: The masque of kings -- 147.1
  • Theatre Guild on the Air, 1946: The old maid -- 147.1
  • Theatre Guild on the Air, 1946: On borrowed time -- 147.1
  • Theatre Guild on the Air, 1946: Papa is all -- 147.1
  • Theatre Guild on the Air, 1946: Payment deferred -- 147.1
  • Theatre Guild on the Air, 1946: Prologue to glory -- 147.1
  • Theatre Guild on the Air, 1946: Seven keys to Baldpate -- 147.1
  • Theatre Guild on the Air, 1946: The second man -- 147.1
  • Theatre Guild on the Air, 1946: Strange interlude -- 147.1
  • Theatre Guild on the Air, 1946: The show-off -- 147.1
  • Theatre Guild on the Air, 1946: The silver cord -- 147.1
  • Theatre Guild on the Air, 1946: They knew what they wanted -- 147.1
  • Theatre Guild on the Air, 1946: Three men on a horse -- 147.1
  • Theatre Guild on the Air, 1946: Yellow Jack -- 147.1
  • Theatre Guild on the Air, 1948: Anna Christie -- 147.2
  • Theatre Guild on the Air, 1948: Anna Karenina -- 147.2
  • Theatre Guild on the Air, 1948: The Barretts of Wimpole Street -- 147.2
  • Theatre Guild on the Air, 1948: A bell for Adano -- 147.2
  • Theatre Guild on the Air, 1948: The criminal code -- 147.2
  • Theatre Guild on the Air, 1948: Daisy Mayme -- 147.2
  • Theatre Guild on the Air, 1948: Dark victory -- 147.2
  • Theatre Guild on the Air, 1948: The far-off hills -- 147.2
  • Theatre Guild on the Air, 1948: For love or money -- 147.2
  • Theatre Guild on the Air, 1948: Grand Hotel -- 147.2
  • Theatre Guild on the Air, 1948: Holiday -- 147.2
  • Theatre Guild on the Air, 1948: Is zat so? -- 147.2
  • Theatre Guild on the Air, 1948: Laburnum grove -- 147.2
  • Theatre Guild on the Air, 1948: Laura -- 147.2
  • Theatre Guild on the Air, 1948: The letter -- 147.2
  • Theatre Guild on the Air, 1948: Libel -- 147.2
  • Theatre Guild on the Air, 1948: The little foxes -- 147.2
  • Theatre Guild on the Air, 1948: Lovers and rriends -- 147.2
  • Theatre Guild on the Air, 1948: Miss Lulu Bett -- 147.2
  • Theatre Guild on the Air, 1948: Missouri legend -- 147.2
  • Theatre Guild on the Air, 1948: Morning star -- 147.2
  • Theatre Guild on the Air, 1948: Music in the air -- 147.2
  • Theatre Guild on the Air, 1948: The Philadelphia story -- 147.2
  • Theatre Guild on the Air, 1948: Rebecca -- 147.2
  • Theatre Guild on the Air, 1948: Reflected glory -- 147.2
  • Theatre Guild on the Air, 1948: Remember the day -- 147.2
  • Theatre Guild on the Air, 1948: Rip Van Winkle -- 147.2
  • Theatre Guild on the Air, 1948: Romeo and Juliet -- 147.2
  • Theatre Guild on the Air, 1948: She loves me not -- 147.2
  • Theatre Guild on the Air, 1948: Spring again -- 147.2
  • Theatre Guild on the Air, 1948: That's gratitude -- 147.2
  • Theatre Guild on the Air, 1948: Three-cornered moon -- 147.2
  • Theatre Guild on the Air, 1948: The two Mrs. Carrolls -- 147.2
  • Theatre Guild on the Air, 1948: Valley forge -- 147.2
  • Theatre Guild on the Air, 1948: Wednesday's child -- 147.2
  • Theatre Guild on the Air, 1948: The white-headed boy -- 147.2
  • Theatre Guild on the Air, 1948: The wind and the rain -- 147.2
  • Theatre Guild on the Air, 1948: The Winslow boy -- 147.2
  • Theatre Guild on the Air, 1949: Ah, wilderness! -- 147.3
  • Theatre Guild on the Air, 1949: Alien corn -- 147.3
  • Theatre Guild on the Air, 1949: Beyond the horizon -- 147.3
  • Theatre Guild on the Air, 1949: Camille -- 147.3
  • Theatre Guild on the Air, 1949: Flare path -- 147.3
  • Theatre Guild on the Air, 1949: The game of love and death -- 147.3
  • Theatre Guild on the Air, 1949: The Gioconda smile -- 147.3
  • Theatre Guild on the Air, 1949: Interference -- 147.3
  • Theatre Guild on the Air, 1949: John loves Mary -- 147.3
  • Theatre Guild on the Air, 1949: Journey's end -- 147.3
  • Theatre Guild on the Air, 1949: June moon -- 147.3
  • Theatre Guild on the Air, 1949: Ladies and gentlemen -- 147.3
  • Theatre Guild on the Air, 1949: The late Christopher Bean -- 147.3
  • Theatre Guild on the Air, 1949: The late George Apley -- 147.3
  • Theatre Guild on the Air, 1949: Mary of Scotland -- 147.3
  • Theatre Guild on the Air, 1949: O mistress mine -- 147.3
  • Theatre Guild on the Air, 1949: Of mice and men -- 147.3
  • Theatre Guild on the Air, 1949: Payment deferred -- 147.3
  • Theatre Guild on the Air, 1949: The perfect alibi -- 147.3
  • Theatre Guild on the Air, 1949: The skin game -- 147.3
  • Theatre Guild on the Air, 1949: Summer and smoke -- 147.3
  • Theatre Guild on the Air, 1949: The taming of the shrew -- 147.3
  • Theatre Guild on the Air, 1949: Yesterday's magic -- 147.3
  • Theatre Guild on the Air, 1950: Alice Adams -- 147.3
  • Theatre Guild on the Air, 1950: The barker -- 147.3
  • Theatre Guild on the Air, 1950: Blow, ye winds -- 147.3
  • Theatre Guild on the Air, 1950: Boomerang -- 147.3
  • Theatre Guild on the Air, 1950: Brigadoon -- 147.3
  • Theatre Guild on the Air, 1950: Carousel -- 147.3
  • Theatre Guild on the Air, 1950: David Copperfield -- 147.3
  • Theatre Guild on the Air, 1950: Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde -- 147.3
  • Theatre Guild on the Air, 1950: Edward, my son -- 147.3
  • Theatre Guild on the Air, 1950: A farewell to arms -- 147.3
  • Theatre Guild on the Air, 1950: I know where I'm going -- 147.3
  • Theatre Guild on the Air, 1950: Lottie Dundas -- 147.3
  • Theatre Guild on the Air, 1950: Michael and Mary -- 147.3
  • Theatre Guild on the Air, 1950: State fair -- 147.3
  • Theatre Guild on the Air, 1950: Theater -- 147.3
  • Theatre Guild on the Air, 1950: There shall be no night -- 147.3
  • Theatre Guild on the Air, 1950: The Voysey inheritance -- 147.3
  • Theatre Guild on the Air, 1951: Candida -- 147.3
  • Theatre Guild on the Air, 1951: Come back, little Sheba -- 147.3
  • Theatre Guild on the Air, 1951: The fallen idol -- 147.3
  • Theatre Guild on the Air, 1951: Father of the bride -- 147.3
  • Theatre Guild on the Air, 1951: The first year -- 147.3
  • Theatre Guild on the Air, 1951: The fortune hunter -- 147.3
  • Theatre Guild on the Air, 1951: Hamlet -- 147.3
  • Theatre Guild on the Air, 1951: The hasty heart -- 147.3
  • Theatre Guild on the Air, 1951: Jeannie -- 147.3
  • Theatre Guild on the Air, 1951: Light up the sky -- 147.3
  • Theatre Guild on the Air, 1951: Man in possession -- 147.3
  • Theatre Guild on the Air, 1951: The morning glory -- 147.3
  • Theatre Guild on the Air, 1951: Promise -- 147.3
  • Theatre Guild on the Air, 1951: A tale of two cities -- 147.3
  • Theatre Guild on the Air, 1951: The third man -- 147.3
  • Theatre Guild on the Air, 1951: This side of paradise -- 147.3
  • Theatre Guild on the Air, 1951: Trilby -- 147.3
  • Theatre Guild on the Air, 1951: Within the law -- 147.3
  • Theatre Royal, London, 1963: What goes up by Brian O’Connor, program -- 117.5
  • Theatre Royal, Haymarket, London, 1962: The school for scandal by Richard Brinsley Sheridan, program -- 122.4
  • Theatre Royal, Stratford, England, 1962: Say nothing by James Hanley, program – 123.1
  • Üçüncü tiyatro, Turkey, 1965: operetta Sen dul (The merry widow) by Franz Lehar, program (in Turkish) -- 117.5
  • Unity Theatre, London, 1950: The circling dove by Leonard Irwin, program -- 117.5
  • Universidade da Bahia, Salvador, Brazil, undated: A via sacra by Henri Ghéon, translated by D. Marcos Barbosa, program -- 127.9
  • University Playhouse, Seattle, Wash., 1958: Blood wedding by Federico Garcia Lorca, translated by Richard L. O’Connell and James Graham-Lujan, program – 128.3
  • University Theatre, Provo, Utah, 1961: The Dybbuk by S. Ansky, program 127.9
  • Vienna on Parade Company tour, 1964: operetta Weiner Blut (Vienna Life) by Johann Strauss, souvenir program -- 118.2
  • Virginia Museum Theatre, Richmond, Va., 1965: Hedda Gabler by Henrik Ibsen, translated by Kai Jurgensen and Robert Shenkkan, program -- 121.11
  • Virginia Museum Theatre, Richmond, Va., 1965: The admirable Crichton by Sir James Barrie, program -- 121.11
  • Vivian Beaumont Theater, New York City, 1967: The alchemist by Ben Jonson, program -- 121.9
  • Vivian Beaumont Theater, New York City, 1967: The little foxes by Lillian Hellman, program -- 121.9
  • Vivian Beaumont Theatre, New York City, 1972: Samuel Beckett Festival: Not I; Krapp’s last tape; Happy days; Act without words I, program -- 129.2
  • Westminster Abbey, London, England, 1962: The Wakefield mystery cycle adapted by Jean Claudius, program -- 121.20
  • Winter Garden Theatre, New York City, 1956: The Old Vic Company in the plays of Shakespeare: Macbeth and Romeo and Juliet, program -- 123.5
  • Wyndham’s Theatre, London, 1950: Home at seven by R. C. Sherriff, program -- 117.5
  • Yale Repertory Theatre, New Haven, Conn., 1976: Patrick Magee in An Evening with Samuel Beckett, program -- 129.2
  • Yale University Theatre, New Haven, Conn., 1958: J. B. by Archibald MacLeish, program -- 128.5
  • Yale University Theatre, New Haven, Conn., 1961: The duel by Anton Chekhov, adapted by David Gild, program -- 128.5
  • Yale University Theatre, New Haven, Conn., 1962: High cockalorum by Robert Murray, program -- 128.5
  • Yale University Theatre, New Haven, Conn., 1963: House afire by Joseph Haydn, program -- 128.5
  • Yale University Theatre, New Haven, Conn., 1965?: The tragedy of Othello: the Moor of Venice by William Shakespeare, program -- 128.5
  • Yale University Theatre, New Haven, Conn., 1966: Endgame by Samuel Beckett, program -- 129.2
  • Yale University Theatre, New Haven, Conn., 1966: Our husband has gone mad again, by Ola Rotimi, program -- 128.5
  • York Festival, York, England, 1957: The York cycle of mystery plays from the version by the Reverend Canon J. S. Purvis, program -- 121.20
  • York Playhouse, New York City, 1960: Between two thieves, adapted from Diego Fabbri’s Processo a gesu by Warner LeRoy, program --- 120.4
  • York Theatre, New York City, 1963: Cages by Lewis John Carlino, program --- 120.4
  • Photographs (Radio Performers):
  • Unidentified -- 145.8
  • Adams, William P., announcer -- 145.9
  • Aldrich family -- 145.9
  • Alpert, Pauline -- 145.9
  • Anderson, Marjorie -- 145.9
  • Andre, Pierre, announcer -- 145.9
  • Baird, J. L., early television inventor -- 145.9
  • Baker, Don, organist -- 145.9
  • Barber, Red, sports announcer -- 145.9
  • Barbirolli, John, orchestra conductor -- 145.9
  • Beatty, Clyde, animal trainer -- 145.9
  • Bennett, Robert Russell, composer, conductor, and orchestrator -- 145.9
  • Berle, Milton -- 145.9
  • Beverley and her Bel-Aires -- 145.9
  • Biljo, Peter, musician -- 145.9
  • Black, Frank, orchestra leader -- 145.9
  • Bowes, Major and Pearl Robbins -- 145.9
  • Burbig, Henry, comedian and emcee -- 145.9
  • Calloway, Cab -- 146.1
  • Carlin, Phillips -- 146.1
  • Carney, Don (“Uncle Don”) -- 146.1
  • Carter, Boake, news commentator -- 146.1
  • Conrad, Lew, tenor -- 146.1
  • Cook, Phil, singer -- 146.1
  • Crawford, Jesse, organist -- 146.1
  • Damrosch, Walter, orchestra conductor -- 146.1
  • Darbo, Erica -- 146.1
  • Davis, Charles -- 146.1
  • De Leath, Vaughn, singer -- 146.1
  • Della Chiesa, Vivian, soprano -- 146.1
  • DeLys, Gogo -- 146.1
  • Denny, Jack, orchestra leader -- 146.1
  • Dilworth, George -- 146.1
  • Downey, Morton -- 146.1
  • Dragonette, Jessica, singer -- 146.1
  • Duchin, Eddy, pianist, orchestra leader -- 146.1
  • Dudley, Ride -- 146.1
  • Eastman, Mary -- 146.2
  • Einstein, Harry (“Parkyakarkus”) -- 146.2
  • Ellington, Duke, pianist, orchestra leader -- 146.2
  • Elman, Dave, host -- 146.2
  • Enesco, Georges, violinist -- 146.2
  • Erskine, Gladys Shaw -- 146.2
  • Fischer, George, Hollywood reporter -- 146.2
  • Fitzgerald, Ed -- 146.2
  • Gambarelli, Maria -- 146.2
  • Gambling, John B., announcer -- 146.2
  • Gleason, Helen --
  • Goodelle, Niela, singer -- 146.2
  • Goodman, Al, orchestra leader -- 146.2
  • Goodman, Benny, orchestra leader -- 146.2
  • Harris, Radie -- 146.3
  • Hawk, Bob -- 146.3
  • Heanherfor__, Ray -- 146.3
  • Heatter, Gabriel, news commentator -- 146.3
  • Heidt, Horace, orchestra leader -- 146.3
  • Heifetz, Jascha, violinist -- 146.3
  • Hill, Edwin C., news commentator -- 146.3
  • Iturbi, Jose, pianist -- 146.3
  • Janssen, Werner, orchestra conductor -- 146.3
  • Jarrett, Arthur, recording artist -- 146.3
  • Jaynes, Betty -- 146.3
  • Jensen, Eulalie, actress -- 146.3
  • Johnny Presents “The Psychic Detective,” program -- 146.3
  • Johnson Family -- 146.3
  • Jordan, Jim and Marian (“Fibber McGee and Molly”) -- 146.3
  • Jud, Nick, accordionist -- 146.3
  • Kahn, Roger Wolfe, orchestra leader -- 146.4
  • Katims, Milton, violinist -- 146.4
  • Kemp, Hal, orchestra leader -- 146.4
  • Kennedy, John B., news commentator -- 146.4
  • Kostelanetz, André, orchestra conductor (see also Pause that Refreshes the Air) -- 146.4-5
  • Lombardo, Guy, orchestra leader -- 146.4
  • Lord, Phillips, writer, personality -- 146.4
  • McNamee, Graham, news commentator -- 146.4
  • McNaughton, Harry (“Bottle”) -- 146.4
  • March of Time, program -- 146.4
  • Mertin, Helen -- 146.4
  • Mills Brothers -- 146.4
  • Morley, Christopher -- 146.4
  • Morris, Willie, soprano -- 146.4
  • Murray, Ken -- 146.4
  • Novis, Donald -- 146.5
  • Olsen, George, band leader -- 146.5
  • Ormandy, Eugene, orchestra conductor -- 146.5
  • Paderewski, Ignace Jan -- 146.5
  • Parker, Frank -- 146.5
  • Pause that Refreshes the Air (with Albert Spalding and André Kostelanetz) -- 146.5
  • Payne, Virginia, actress -- 146.5
  • Pearce, Norman, “bachelor poet” -- 146.5
  • Pelletier, Wilfred, orchestra conductor -- 146.5
  • Perkins, Ray -- 146.5
  • Peterson, Curt -- 146.5
  • Ponselle, Carmela, singer -- 146.5
  • Pollack, Muriel, pianist -- 146.5
  • Regan, Phil -- 146.6
  • Ricci, Ruggiero -- 146.6
  • Riggs, Tommy -- 146.6
  • Roberts, Kenneth -- 146.6
  • Rodziński, Artur, conductor -- 146.6
  • Rolfe, B. A., conductor -- 146.6
  • Rose, Billy -- 146.6
  • Rosenfel, -- 146.6
  • Rothafel, S. L. (“Roxy”) -- 146.6
  • Royle, Selena, actress -- 146.6
  • Ruth, Babe -- 146.6
  • Sablon, Jean -- 146.7
  • St. Clair, Malcolm -- 146.7
  • Sagi-Vela, Luis, baritone -- 146.7
  • Sanford, Harold -- 146.7
  • Shackley, George, music director -- 146.7
  • Sheppard, Ann -- 146.7
  • Smith Brothers -- 146.7
  • Spalding, Albert (see Pause that Refreshes the Air) -- 146.5
  • Speaks, Margaret -- 146.7
  • Specht, Paul, orchestra leader -- 146.7
  • Stanley, Bob -- 146.7
  • Steele, Ted -- 146.7
  • Stokowski, Leopold, orchestra leader, conductor -- 146.7
  • Stoopnagle, Col. and Budd -- 146.7
  • Sullivan, Maxine -- 146.7
  • Swing, Raymond Gram -- 146.7
  • Tennyson, Jean -- 146.8
  • Thibault, Conrad -- 146.8
  • Todd, Mabel -- 146.8
  • Toscanini, Arturo, orchestra leader conductor -- 146.8
  • Vadja, Ernest -- 146.8
  • Verrill, Virginia -- 146.8
  • Wallenstein, Alfred -- 146.8
  • Watkins, Linda -- 146.8
  • White, Francia -- 146.8
  • Wilder, Louise -- 146.8
  • Winchell, Walter -- 146.8
  • Wolcott, Imogene -- 146.8
  • Yurka, Blanche -- 146.8