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Harley Hammerman Collection on Eugene O’Neill (MSS160)

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Correspondence from Eugene O'Neill

Manuscripts by Eugene O'Neill

Correspondence and Documents Related to the Work of Eugene O'Neill

Photographs

Materials Related to Premier Eugene O'Neill Productions

Materials Related to Secondary Eugene O'Neill Productions

Materials Related to Eugene O’Neill’s Personal Life

Materials By Others Relating to Eugene O'Neill

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Title: Harley Hammerman Collection on Eugene O’Neill (MSS160), 1879-2018Add to your cart.

ID: MSS/MSS/160

Primary Creator: O'Neill, Eugene (1888-1953)

Extent: 55.0 Boxes

Languages: English

Scope and Contents of the Materials

The Harley Hammerman Collection of Eugene O’Neill consists of manuscripts, correspondence, photographs, and other materials related to the life and work of playwright Eugene O’Neill. Along with first editions of the playwright’s works located in Rare Books (many inscribed), the collection features autograph and typed letters written by O’Neill to significant cultural figures, handwritten manuscripts and typescripts, photographs of O’Neill and his immediate family and friends, and rare handbills, posters, scripts, recordings, films, and promotional books related to productions of his plays.

Collection Historical Note

Eugene Gladstone O'Neill (October 16, 1888 – November 27, 1953) was an American playwright and Nobel laureate in literature. O'Neill was born in a Broadway hotel room in Longacre Square (now Times Square), in the Barrett Hotel, to an Irish immigrant father and a mother of Irish descent. His father was an actor and his mother accompanied him on frequent tours with a theater company, so Eugene was sent to a Catholic boarding school, where he discovered a love of reading. He decided to devote himself full-time to writing plays after his experience in 1912–13 at a sanatorium where he was recovering from tuberculosis. O'Neill had previously written poetry and been employed by the New London Telegraph, as a reporter.

In the 1910's, O'Neill became a part of the Greenwich Village literary scene, including the Provincetown Players, which staged his early plays. His work was influenced by "radical" thinkers like Communist Labor Party founder John Reed. O'Neill brought to American drama techniques of realism earlier associated with Russian playwright Anton Chekhov, Norwegian playwright Henrik Ibsen, and Swedish playwright August Strindberg. His plays were among the first to include speeches in American vernacular and involve characters on the fringes of society, where they struggle to maintain their hopes and aspirations, but ultimately slide into disillusionment and despair.

O'Neill's first published play, Beyond the Horizon, opened on Broadway in 1920 to great acclaim, and was awarded the Pulitzer Prize for Drama. His first major hit was The Emperor Jones, which also ran on Broadway in 1920, and obliquely commented on the U.S. occupation of Haiti that was a topic of debate in that year's presidential election.  His best-known plays include Anna Christie (Pulitzer Prize 1922), Desire Under the Elms (1924), Strange Interlude (Pulitzer Prize 1928), Mourning Becomes Electra (1931), and his only well-known comedy, Ah, Wilderness!, a wistful re-imagining of his youth. In 1936, he received the Nobel Prize for Literature. After a ten-year hiatus, O'Neill's now-renowned play The Iceman Cometh was produced in 1946. The following year, A Moon for the Misbegotten failed to make an impression, but decades later gained recognition as being among his best works.

O'Neill suffered from many illnesses in his life, including alcoholism and depression, and Parkinsons-like tremors took away his ability to write the last 10 years of his life, leaving many scripts unfinished. He died (also in a hotel room) in Boston, Mass., in 1953. Both Iceman and Moon were heavily autobiographical in nature, as was Long Day's Journey Into Night, widely considered to be his finest, but published and produced posthumously. Although his written instructions had stipulated that it not be made public until 25 years after his death, it was published in 1956 and produced on stage to tremendous critical acclaim and won the Pulitzer Prize in 1957. Other posthumously-published works include A Touch of the Poet (1958) and More Stately Mansions (1967).

Harley Hammerman (July 22, 1949 - ) was born in St. Louis, son of Irv and Selene Hammerman. He graduated from University City High School, where he met his wife, Marlene, in 1967. He obtained his undergraduate (A.B., 1971) and medical (M.D., 1975) degrees at Washington University in St. Louis. Hammerman completed his diagnostic radiology residency at Jewish Hospital and Mallinckrodt Institute of Radiology (1975-1979). While serving as staff radiologist at SSM St. Joseph Hospital West in Lake St. Louis in the 1980s, Hammerman conceived the idea to start his own company. In 1994, Metro Imaging was born. Sold to Mercy in 2018, Hammerman continues to serve as president.

Hammerman collected rocks, stamps, and coins as a boy, but by the time he was 17, his passion for collecting Eugene O’Neill began with the purchase of a first edition of Ah, Wilderness! at the St. Louis Book Fair. After 35 years of amassing the largest O’Neill archive in private hands, Hammerman launched eOneill.com. In 2018, Hammerman sold his O’Neill collection to Washington University in St. Louis, creating the second-largest O’Neill collection at an institution.

Hammerman married Marlene in 1971. They have three children, Adam, Zachary and Abigail, and three grandsons, Calvino, Masa and Levi. Hammerman currently focuses his attention on his website, Lost Tables, documenting the culinary history of St. Louis.

Administrative Information

Repository: MSS Manuscripts

Access Restrictions: Open

Use Restrictions:

Users of the collection must read and agree to abide by the rules and procedures set forth in the Materials Use Policies.

Providing access to materials does not constitute permission to publish or otherwise authorize use. All publication not covered by fair use or other exceptions is restricted to those who have permission of the copyright holder, which may or may not be Washington University.

If you wish to publish or license Special Collections materials, please contact Special Collections to inquire about copyright status at (314) 935-5495 or spec@wumail.wustl.edu. (Publish means quotation in whole or in part in seminar or term papers, theses or dissertations, journal articles, monographs, books, digital forms, photographs, images, dramatic presentations, transcriptions, or any other form prepared for a limited or general public.)

Acquisition Source: Gift and purchase

Acquisition Method:

Accession number 23001. Gift of Harley Hammerman. Originally laid in The Iceman Cometh by Eugene O'Neill.  PS3529 N5 I3 1946

Accession number MSS2018-027. Purchase and gift of Harley Hammerman, December 7, 2018.

Preferred Citation: Name of the Collection, Washington University Libraries, Department of Special Collections


Box and Folder Listing


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[Series 1: Correspondence from Eugene O'Neill, 1918-1946],
[Series 2: Manuscripts by Eugene O'Neill, 1910-1967],
[Series 3: Correspondence and Documents Related to the Work of Eugene O'Neill, 1924-1961],
[Series 4: Photographs, 1893-2000],
[Series 5: Materials Related to Premier Eugene O'Neill Productions, 1919-2012],
[Series 6: Materials Related to Secondary Eugene O'Neill Productions, 1890-2018],
[Series 7: Materials Related to Eugene O’Neill’s Personal Life, 1907-1912, not dated],
[Series 8: Materials By Others Relating to Eugene O'Neill, 1879-2014, not dated],
[Series 9: Web Content],
[All]

Series 5: Materials Related to Premier Eugene O'Neill Productions, 1919-2012Add to your cart.

Materials Related to Premier Eugene O'Neill Productions consists of theater programs, handbills, photographs, broadsides, insert cards, lobby cards, window cards, filmscripts, campaign books, contracts, posters, brochures, DVDs, CDs, audio recordings, etc. from various theatrical, film, television, and radio productions of O’Neill’s plays. Arranged alphabetically by production, then chronologically.

See also Series 6. Materials Related to Secondary Eugene O'Neill Productions.

Sub-Series 5.1: Ah, Wilderness!Add to your cart.
Box 15Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Ah, Wilderness! [Theatrical], Guild Theatre, Opened: Monday, October 2, 1933, Original New York ProductionAdd to your cart.
Description of items
Item 1: Theatre Program, Pre Broadway Production, Nixon Theatre, Pittsburgh, 1933: September 25Add to your cart.
Item 2: Theatre ProgramAdd to your cart.
Item 3: Souvenir ProgramAdd to your cart.
2 copies
Item 4: HandbillAdd to your cart.
2 copies
Item 5: Photograph of the Miller dining roomAdd to your cart.
Black and white, 8 x 10". Photograph by Vandamm
Item 6: Broadside, "Extra! All About the Theatre Guild's Production of Eugene O'Neill's Ah, Wilderness! with George M. Cohan"Add to your cart.
Item 7: Music Agreement, 1933: October 2Add to your cart.
Typed letter signed, 1 page, New York, from Remick Music Corporation to the Theatre Guild
Item 8: Mail Order Form, National Theatre, Washington, D.C., 1934: November 12Add to your cart.
Item 9: Theatre Program, Victory Theatre, Chicago, 1935: February 13Add to your cart.
Folder 2: Ah, Wilderness! [Theatrical], Curran Theatre, San Francisco, Opened: Monday, May 7, 1934Add to your cart.
Item 1: Theatre ProgramAdd to your cart.
Description of item
Folder 3-5: Ah, Wilderness! [Film], Metro‐Goldwyn‐Mayer, 1935Add to your cart.
Description of items
Item 1: Filmscript, Dialogue Cutting Continuity, 1935: November 20Add to your cart.
Item 2: Film Rights Agreement, 1933: November 28Add to your cart.
Document, 9 pages
Item 3: Six 8 x 10 sepia photographsAdd to your cart.
Item 4: 14 x 36 insert card, framedAdd to your cart.
Located on raptor racks.
Item 5: Lobby CardsAdd to your cart.

11 x 14, color. 3 items.

Located in Box 29.

Item 6: Mini Window Card from Ritz TheatreAdd to your cart.
8 x 14, color.
Item 7: Campaign Book [Press Book]Add to your cart.

17 pages

Located in Box 29

Item 8: Glass Lantern Movie SlideAdd to your cart.

3.25 x 4"

Located in Box 27.

Item 9: Six 8 x 10 glossy photographsAdd to your cart.
Item 10: Ah, Wilderness! [Film], Metro‐Goldwyn‐Mayer [DVD], 1935Add to your cart.

Copyright 2009.

Transferred to Rare Books.

Folder 6: Ah, Wilderness! [Radio], The Campbell Playhouse, Broadcast: Sunday, September 17, 1939Add to your cart.
Item 1: The Campbell Playhouse Production [audio]Add to your cart.
Item
Folder 7: Ah, Wilderness! [Theatrical], Clinton Playhouse, Clinton, Connecticut, Opened: Monday, July 22, 1940Add to your cart.
Item 1: Theatre ProgramAdd to your cart.
Description of item
Folder 8: Ah, Wilderness! [Theatrical], Guild Theatre, Opened: Thursday, October 2, 1941Add to your cart.
Description of Items
Item 1: Music Agreement, 1941: September 18Add to your cart.
Typed letter signed, 1 page, New York, from Harms Inc to Warren Munsell, Extends permission to use "Waiting At The Church" and "Poor John"
Item 2: Music Agreement, 1941: September 25Add to your cart.
Typed letter signed, 1 page, New York, from M Witmark and Sons to Warren Munsell, Extends permission to use "Love Me And The World Is Mine"
Item 3: HandbillsAdd to your cart.
2 copies
Item 4: Theatre ProgramAdd to your cart.
Item 5: Window CardAdd to your cart.
Item 6: Four signed Vandamm photographs (13.25 x 10.25)Add to your cart.
Located in Box 29.
Folder 9-10: Ah, Wilderness! [Radio], The Theatre Guild On The Air, Broadcast: Sunday, October 7, 1945Add to your cart.
Description of items
Item 1: The Theatre Guild On The Air Production [audio]Add to your cart.
Item
Item 2: Radio Contract, 1945: September 20Add to your cart.
Document Signed, 1 page by Larry White (for Walter Huston) and Theresa Helburn
Item 3: Radio Contract, 1945: September 24Add to your cart.
Document Signed, 2 pages by Arthur Arent and Lawrence Langner
Item 4: Radio Script, 1945: September 25Add to your cart.
Mimeograph, 61 pages. Autograph annotations by Arthur Arent throughout
Item 5: Radio Script, 1945: October 1Add to your cart.
Mimeograph, 62 pages. First revision
Item 6: Radio Script, 1945: October 7Add to your cart.
Mimeograph, 60 pages.  "As Broadcast"
Item 7: Radio ProgramAdd to your cart.
Folder 11: Ah, Wilderness! [Radio], Studio One, Broadcast: Tuesday, July 15, 1947Add to your cart.
Item 1: The Studio One Production [audio]Add to your cart.
Item
Folder 12: Summer Holiday [Film], Metro‐Goldwyn‐Mayer. Musical based on Ah, Wilderness!, 1948Add to your cart.
Description of items
Item 1: Summer Holiday [Film], Metro‐Goldwyn‐Mayer [DVD], 1948Add to your cart.

Copyright 2010.

Transferred to Rare Books

Item 2: Summer Holiday [Film], Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer [CD], 1947Add to your cart.

Copyright 2004

Transferred to Rare Books

Box 16Add to your cart.
Folder 1-2: Ah, Wilderness! [Radio], The Theatre Guild On The Air, Broadcast: Sunday, February 13, 1949Add to your cart.
Description of items
Item 1: Radio Contract, 1948: May 13Add to your cart.
Document signed, 1 page, by Larry White (for Walter Huston) and Armina Marshall
Item 2: Radio Contract, 1949: February 1Add to your cart.
Document signed, 1 page, by Skip Homeier and Armina Marshall
Item 3: Radio Script, 1949: February 13Add to your cart.
Mimeograph, 65 pages. "As Broadcast"
Item 4: Radio ProgramAdd to your cart.
Folder 3: Ah, Wilderness! [Television], Hallmark Hall of Fame ‐‐ NBC‐TV, Broadcast: Tuesday, April 28, 1959Add to your cart.
Description of items
Item 1: Four black and white publicity photographsAdd to your cart.
Features Lloyd Nolan, Helen Hayes, Lee Kinsolving, Burgess Meredith, and Betty Field
Item 2: VHSAdd to your cart.

2 copies

Located in Film and Media vault

Item 3: Ah, Wilderness! [Television], Hallmark Hall of Fame [DVD], 1959Add to your cart.
Transferred to Rare Books.
Item 4: CD-RAdd to your cart.
Located in Film and Media vault.
Folder 4: Take Me Along [Theatrical], Sam Shubert Theatre, Opened: Thursday, October 22, 1959, Original New York production. Musical based on Ah, Wilderness!Add to your cart.
Description of items
Item 1: Theatre Program, Pre Broadway production, September 7, 1959, Shubert Theatre, Boston, Contains songs cut from Broadway productionAdd to your cart.
Item 2: Theatre ProgramAdd to your cart.
Item 3: Three black and white photographsAdd to your cart.
Features Walter Pidgeon, Una Merkel, Jackie Gleason, and Robert Morse
Item 4: Souvenir program featuring the original castAdd to your cart.
Item 5: Souvenir program featuring William Bendix, Eileen Herlie, and Sidney BlackmerAdd to your cart.
Item 6: Take Me Along [Theatrical], Sam Shubert Theatre, Original New York production [LP record], 1959Add to your cart.

RCA Victor, 1 album set, 33 ¹⁄₃ rpm.

Transferred to Rare Books.

Folder 5: Ah, Wilderness! [Recording], Theatre Recording Society, 1970Add to your cart.
Description of item
Item 1: Ah, Wilderness!, Theatre Recording Society [LP record], 1970Add to your cart.

Caedmon, 3 album set, 33 ¹⁄₃ rpm. 2 copies

Transferred to Rare Books.

Folder 6: Ah, Wilderness! [Theatrical], Circle in the Square Theatre, Opened: Thursday, September 18, 1975Add to your cart.
Description of items
Item 1: Theatre Program, Pre Broadway production, December 20, 1974, Long Wharf Theatre, New Haven Theatre ProgramAdd to your cart.
Item 2: Theatre ProgramsAdd to your cart.
2 items
Folder 7: Ah, Wilderness! [Television], Great Performances – PBS Broadcast: Wednesday, October 13, 1976Add to your cart.
Description of items
Item 1: Publicity folderAdd to your cart.
Includes two black and white photographs plus copy
Item 2: Ah, Wilderness! [Television], Broadway Theatre Archive [DVD], 1976Add to your cart.

Copyright 2001.

Transferred to Rare Books.

Folder 8: Ah, Wilderness! [Theatrical], Haft Theater, Opened: Tuesday, June 14, 1983Add to your cart.
Description of items
Item 1: Theatre ProgramAdd to your cart.
Folder 9: Take Me Along [Theatrical], Martin Beck Theatre, Opened: Sunday, April 14, 1985. Musical based on Ah, Wilderness!Add to your cart.
Description of items
Item 1: Theatre Program, Pre Broadway production, September 12, 1984, Goodspeed Opera House, East Haadam, ConnecticutAdd to your cart.
Item 2: Theatre ProgramAdd to your cart.
Folder 10: The O'Neill Plays [Theatrical], Neil Simon Theatre, Opened: Tuesday, June 14, 1988, Long Day's Journey into Night and Ah, Wilderness!Add to your cart.
Description of items
Item 1: Theatre Program, Inscribed by castAdd to your cart.
2 items
Folder 11: Ah, Wilderness! [Radio], BBC World Service, Broadcast: Saturday, November 29, 2003Add to your cart.
Description of item
Item 1: Ah, Wilderness, Adapted by William Roberts, BBC World Service [CD], 2003Add to your cart.

2 CDS

Transferred to Rare Books

Sub-Series 5.2: All God's Chillun Got WingsAdd to your cart.
Box 16Add to your cart.
Folder 12: All God's Chillun Got Wings [Theatrical], Provincetown Playhouse, Opened: Thursday, May 15, 1924, Original New York productionAdd to your cart.
Description of item
Item 1: Theatre ProgramAdd to your cart.
Folder 13: All God's Chillun Got Wings [Theatrical], Circle in the Square Theatre, Opened: Thursday, March 20, 1975Add to your cart.
Description of item
Item 1: Theatre ProgramAdd to your cart.
Folder 14: All God's Chillun Got Wings [Theatrical], Bank Street Theatre, Opened: Thursday, October 11, 2001Add to your cart.
Description of item
Item 1: Theatre ProgramAdd to your cart.
Sub-Series 5.3: The Ancient MarinerAdd to your cart.
Box 16Add to your cart.
Folder 15: The Ancient Mariner [Theatrical], Provincetown Playhouse, Opened: Sunday, April 6, 1924, Original New York productionAdd to your cart.
Description of item
Item 1: Theatre ProgramAdd to your cart.
Folder 16: A Rehearsal of Provincetown Playhouse Productions [Theatrical], Garrick Theatre, Opened: Sunday, November 17, 1929.  Includes The Ancient Mariner, The Hairy Ape, Desire Under the ElmsAdd to your cart.
Description of item
Item 1: Theatre ProgramAdd to your cart.
Located in Series 5.9 Desire Under the Elms, Box 18, Folder 13
Sub-Series 5.4: Anna ChristieAdd to your cart.
Box 16Add to your cart.
Folder 17: Anna Christie [Theatrical], Vanderbilt Theatre, Opened: Wednesday, November 2, 1921. Original New York productionAdd to your cart.
Description of items
Item 1: Theatre ProgramAdd to your cart.
Item 2: Theatre Program, Walnut Street Theatre, PhiladelphiaAdd to your cart.
Folder 18: Anna Christie [Film], First National, 1923Add to your cart.
Description of items
Item 1: Five glossy photographsAdd to your cart.
Item 2: Anna Christie [Film], First National Pictures [DVD], 1923Add to your cart.

Grapevine Video, copyright 2005.

Transferred to Rare Books.

Folder 19-20: Anna Christie [Film], Metro‐Goldwyn‐Mayer, 1930Add to your cart.
Description of items
Item 1: Filmscript, Silent Cutting Continuity. Film Editor: Everett Douglas, Vault Copy, 1930: April 12Add to your cart.
Mimeograph, 40 pages
Item 2: 12 Black and white photographsAdd to your cart.
Folder 21: Anna Christie [Film], Metro‐Goldwyn‐Mayer, 1930.  German language versionAdd to your cart.
Description of item
Item 1: Anna Christie [Film], Metro‐Goldwyn‐Mayer [DVD] [German Language Version], 1930Add to your cart.

Copyright 2005.

Transferred to Rare Books.

Item 2: VHSAdd to your cart.
Located in Film and Media vault
Folder 22: Anna Christie [Radio], Lux Radio Theatre, Broadcast: Monday, February 7, 1938Add to your cart.
Description of item
Item 1: The Lux Radio Theatre Production [audio]Add to your cart.
Item
Folder 23: Anna Christie [Theatrical], Lobero Theatre, Santa Barbara, Opened: Wednesday, July 30, 1941Add to your cart.
Description of items
Item 1: Theatre ProgramAdd to your cart.
Item 2: Theatre Program, Curran TheatreAdd to your cart.
Box 17Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Anna Christie [Radio], Arthur Hopkins Presents, Broadcast: Wednesday, May 17, 1944Add to your cart.
Description of item
Item 1: The Arthur Hopkins Presents Production [audio]Add to your cart.
Item
Folder 2-3: Anna Christie [Radio], The Theatre Guild On The Air, Broadcast: Sunday, March 7, 1948Add to your cart.
Description of items
Item 1: Radio Contract, 1947: June 17Add to your cart.
Document signed, 1 page by Burgess Meredith and Armina Marshall
Item 2: Radio Contract, 1948: February 11Add to your cart.
Document signed, 2 pages by Richard Madden (for Eugene O'Neill) and Armina Marshall
Item 3: Radio Contract, 1948: February 24Add to your cart.
Document signed, 1 page by Dorothy McGuire and Armina Marshall
Item 4: Radio Contract, 1948: February 27Add to your cart.
Document signed, 2 pages by S. Mark Smith and Armina Marshall
Item 5: Radio Contract, 1948: March 1Add to your cart.
Document signed, 1 page by Oscar Homolka and Armina Marshall
Item 6: Radio ProgramAdd to your cart.
3 copies
Item 7: Radio Script, 1948: March 7Add to your cart.
Mimeograph script, 72 pages. "As Broadcast"
Folder 4: Anna Christie [Radio], The Ford Theater, Broadcast: Friday, January 21, 1949Add to your cart.
Description of item
Item 1: The Ford Theater Production [audio]Add to your cart.
Item
Folder 5: Anna Christie [Theatrical], New York City Center of Music and Dance, Opened: Wednesday, January 9, 1952Add to your cart.
Description of items
Item 1: Theatre Program, Pre Broadway production, December 31, 1952, Parsons Theatre, HartfordAdd to your cart.
Item 2: Theatre ProgramAdd to your cart.
Folder 6: New Girl in Town [Theatrical], Forty‐Sixth Street Theatre, Opened: Tuesday, May 14, 1957, Original New York production. Musical comedy based on Anna ChristieAdd to your cart.
Description of items
Item 1: Theatre ProgramAdd to your cart.
Item 2: Souvenir ProgramAdd to your cart.
Item 3: New Girl in Town [Theatrical], Forty‐Sixth Street Theatre, Original New York production [LP record], 1957Add to your cart.

RCA Victor, 1 album set, 33 ¹⁄₃ rpm.

Transferred to Rare Books.

Item 4: New Girl in Town, RCA Victor [CD], 1957Add to your cart.

Copyright 1994

Transferred to Rare Books

Folder 7: Anna Christie [Theatrical], Huntington Hartford Theatre, Los Angeles, Opened: Monday, May 2, 1966Add to your cart.
Description of item
Item 1: Theatre ProgramAdd to your cart.
Folder 8: Anna Christie [Theatrical], Imperial Theatre, Opened: Thursday, April 14, 1977Add to your cart.
Description of items
Item 1: HandbillAdd to your cart.
Item 2: Theatre ProgramAdd to your cart.
Item 3: Souvenir ProgramAdd to your cart.
2 copies
Item 4: Photograph of Jose Quintero at premierAdd to your cart.
Item 5: Photograph of Liv Ullmann at premierAdd to your cart.
Folder 9: Anna Christie [Theatrical], Criterion Center Stage Right, Opened: Thursday, January 14, 1993Add to your cart.
Description of item
Item 1: Theatre ProgramAdd to your cart.
Folder 10: Anna Christie [Radio], L.A. Theatre Works, Broadcast: Sunday, May 23, 1999Add to your cart.
Description of item
Item 1: Anna Christie [Radio], LA Theatre Works, [Cassette tape], 1999: May 23Add to your cart.
Transferred to Rare Books.
Item 2: CD-RAdd to your cart.

2 items

Located in Film and Media vault

Sub-Series 5.5: Before BreakfastAdd to your cart.
Box 17Add to your cart.
Folder 11: Before Breakfast [Theatrical], Provincetown Playhouse, Opened: Tuesday, March 5, 1929Add to your cart.
Description of item
Item 1: Theatre Program, Presented with The Earth Between by Virgil GeddesAdd to your cart.
Folder 12: Before Breakfast [Video], Bio Imagine, 1988Add to your cart.
Description of item
Item 1: Publicity FolderAdd to your cart.
Sub-Series 5.6: Beyond the HorizonAdd to your cart.
Box 17Add to your cart.
Folder 13: Beyond the Horizon [Theatrical], Morosco Theatre, Opened: Monday, February 2, 1920. Original New York ProductionAdd to your cart.
Description of item
Item 1: Theatre Program, Little TheatreAdd to your cart.
Folder 14: Beyond The Horizon [Radio], NBC Presents Eugene O'Neill, Broadcast: Monday, August 2, 1937Add to your cart.
Description of item
Item 1: The NBC Presents Eugene O'Neill Production [audio]Add to your cart.
Item
Folder 15: Beyond The Horizon [Radio], Arthur Hopkins Presents, Broadcast: Wednesday, November 1, 1944Add to your cart.
Description of item
Item 1: The Arthur Hopkins Presents Production [audio]Add to your cart.
Item
Folder 16-17: Beyond the Horizon [Radio], The Theatre Guild On The Air, Broadcast: Sunday, February 6, 1949Add to your cart.
Description of items
Item 1: The Theatre Guild On The Air Production [audio]Add to your cart.
Item
Item 2: Radio Contract, 1948: November 8Add to your cart.
Document signed, 2 pages by Arthur Arent and Armina Marshall
Item 3: Radio Contract, 1949: January 12Add to your cart.
Document signed, 1 page by Richard Widmark and Armina Marshall
Item 4: Radio Contract, 1949: January 12Add to your cart.
Document signed, 2 pages by Richard Widmark, Armina Marshall, and Twentieth Century‐Fox
Item 5: Radio Contract, 1949: January 21Add to your cart.
Document signed, 1 page by John Lund and Armina Marshall
Item 6: Radio Contract, 1949: January 25Add to your cart.
Document signed, 1 page by Beatrice Pearson and Armina Marshall
Item 7: Radio Contract, 1949: January 27Add to your cart.
Document signed, 1 page by Edwin Jerome and Armina Marshall
Item 8: Radio Script, 1949: February 6Add to your cart.
Mimeograph, 65 pages. "As Broadcast Script" radio program
Box 18Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Beyond the Horizon [Television], Theatre In America – PBS, Broadcast: Wednesday, January 14, 1976Add to your cart.
Description of items
Item 1: Two black and white publicity photographsAdd to your cart.
Features Richard Backus, Edward J. Moore, Maria Tucci, and Kathy Kopperwhats
Item 2: Beyond the Horizon [Television], Broadway Theatre Archive [DVD], 1976Add to your cart.

Copyright 2001.

Transferred to Rare Books.

Folder 2: Beyond the Horizon [Theatrical], National Theatre, London, Opened: Wednesday, April 7, 2010Add to your cart.
Description of item
Item 1: Theatre ProgramAdd to your cart.
Folder 3: Beyond the Horizon [Theatrical], The Irish Repertory Theatre, Opened: Sunday, February 26, 2012Add to your cart.
Description of items
Item 1: PostcardAdd to your cart.
2 copies
Item 2: Theatre ProgramAdd to your cart.
Sub-Series 5.7: Bound East for CardiffAdd to your cart.
Box 18Add to your cart.
Folder 4: Bound East for Cardiff [Theatrical], Playwrights' Theatre, Opened: Friday, April 11, 1919Add to your cart.
Description of item
Item 1: Theatre ProgramAdd to your cart.
Located in Box 29
Folder 5: S. S. Glencairn [Theatrical], Provincetown Playhouse, Opened: Monday, November 3, 1924, Original New York productionAdd to your cart.
Description of item
Item 1: Theatre ProgramAdd to your cart.
Folder 6: S. S. Glencairn [Theatrical], Provincetown Playhouse, Opened: Wednesday, January 9, 1929Add to your cart.
Description of item
Item 1: Theatre ProgramAdd to your cart.
Folder 7: S. S. Glencairn [Theatrical], New York City Center, Opened: Thursday, May 20, 1948Add to your cart.
Description of item
Item 1: Theatre ProgramAdd to your cart.
Folder 8: Bound East For Cardiff [Radio], Bay Area Radio Drama, 1988Add to your cart.
Description of item
Item 1: The Bay Area Radio Drama Production [audio]Add to your cart.
Item
Item 2: Bound East For Cardiff, Bay Area Radio Drama [Cassette tape], 1988Add to your cart.
Transferred to Rare Books.
Folder 9: Homens ao Mar (Sea Plays) [Theatrical], Goodman Theatre, Chicago, Opened: Wednesday, January 14, 2009Add to your cart.
Description of items
Item 1: Zona de Guerra [video]Add to your cart.
Item
Item 2: Rumo a Cardiff [video]Add to your cart.
Item
Item 3: Cardiff [video]Add to your cart.
Item
Item 4: Longa Viagem de Volta pra Casa [video]Add to your cart.
Item
Item 5: Theatre ProgramAdd to your cart.
Sub-Series 5.8: Days Without EndAdd to your cart.
Box 18Add to your cart.
Folder 10: Days Without End [Theatrical], Henry Miller's Theatre, Opened: Monday, January 8, 1934, Original New York productionAdd to your cart.
Description of items
Item 1: Theatre Contract, 1933: December 7Add to your cart.
Document signed, 1 page by Warren Munsell for use of Henry Miller's Theatre
Item 2: Theatre Contract, 1933: December 8Add to your cart.
Document signed, 1 page by Warren Munsell, for use of Plymouth Theatre (Boston) for pre-Broadway production
Item 3: Theatre Program, Pre-Broadway Production, Plymouth Theatre, Boston, 1933: December 27Add to your cart.
Item 4: 13 x 22" Window CardAdd to your cart.

Currently located in Preservation

Located in Box 31

Item 5: Theatre ProgramAdd to your cart.
Item 6: Two 8 x 10 Vandamm photographsAdd to your cart.
Folder 11: Days Without End [Theatrical], Abbey Theatre, Dublin, Opened: Monday, April 16, 1934Add to your cart.
Description of item
Item 1: Theatre ProgramAdd to your cart.
Sub-Series 5.9: Desire Under the ElmsAdd to your cart.
Box 18Add to your cart.
Folder 12: Desire Under the Elms [Theatrical], Greenwich Village Theatre, Opened: Tuesday, November 11, 1924, Original New York ProductionAdd to your cart.
Description of items
Item 1: Theatre ProgramAdd to your cart.
Item 2: Theatre Program, Earl Carroll TheatreAdd to your cart.
Item 3: Theatre Program, Princess Theatre, Chicago, 1925: October 18Add to your cart.
Folder 13: A Rehearsal of Provincetown Playhouse Productions [Theatrical], Garrick Theatre, Opened: Sunday, November 17, 1929, Includes The Ancient Mariner, The Hairy Ape, and Desire Under the ElmsAdd to your cart.
Description of item
Item 1: Theatre ProgramAdd to your cart.
Folder 14: Desire Under the Elms [Film], Paramount, 1958Add to your cart.
Description of items
Item 1: 27 x 41" Three‐sheet posterAdd to your cart.

3 items that piece together to create one large poster

Currently located in Preservation

Located in Drawer

Item 2: 27 x 41" One‐sheet posterAdd to your cart.

Currently located in Preservation

Located in Drawer

Item 3: 22 x 28" Lobby PostersAdd to your cart.

2 items

Currently located in Preservation

Located in Drawer

Item 4: 11 x 14" Lobby CardsAdd to your cart.

8 items

Located in Box 30

Item 5: Showmanship ManualAdd to your cart.

12 x 15", 11 pages

Locate in Box 30

Item 6: Eighteen black and white publicity photographsAdd to your cart.
Features Sophia Loren, Anthony Perkins, and Burl Ives.
Item 7: Desire Under the Elms [Film], Paramount [DVD], 1958Add to your cart.
Transferred to Rare Books
Folder 15: Desire Under the Elms [Theatrical], Circle In The Square, Opened: Tuesday, January 8, 1963Add to your cart.
Description of item
Item 1: Theatre Program, 1963: MayAdd to your cart.
Signed by Salome Jens (replaced Colleen Dewhurst as Abbie Putnam)
Folder 16: Desire Under the Elms [Theatrical], Roundabout Theatre Company ‐ Stage One, Opened: Tuesday, March 20, 1984Add to your cart.
Description of items
Item 1: Theatre ProgramAdd to your cart.
Folder 17: Old House Under the Elms [Theatrical], Roberts Theatre, Grinnell College, September 5‐7, 2002, Operatic AdaptationAdd to your cart.
Description of items
Item 1: The Zhengzhou Qu Opera Company Production [video]Add to your cart.
Item
Item 2: BrochureAdd to your cart.
Item 3: Theatre ProgramAdd to your cart.
Item 4: HandbillsAdd to your cart.
2 items
Folder 18: Desire Under the Elms [Theatrical], St. James Theatre, Opened: Monday, April 27, 2009Add to your cart.
Description of item
Item 1: Theatre Program signed by castAdd to your cart.
2 copies, 1 unsigned
Sub-Series 5.10: Diff'rentAdd to your cart.
Box 18Add to your cart.
Folder 19: Diff'rent [Theatrical], Playwrights' Theatre, Opened: Monday, December 27, 1920, Original New York ProductionAdd to your cart.
Description of item
Item 1: Theatre ProgramAdd to your cart.
Folder 20: Diff'rent [Theatrical], Provincetown Playhouse, Opened: Tuesday, February 10, 1925Add to your cart.
Description of item
Item 1: Theatre ProgramAdd to your cart.
Folder 21: The Long Voyage Home and Diff'rent [Theatrical], Mermaid Theatre, Opened: Tuesday, October 17, 1961, The Long Voyage Home Opened on December 4, 1961Add to your cart.
Description of item
Item 1: Theatre ProgramAdd to your cart.
Located in Series 5.24 The Long Voyage Home, Box 22, Folder 18
Sub-Series 5.11: The Dreamy KidAdd to your cart.
Box 18Add to your cart.
Folder 22: The Dreamy Kid [Theatrical], Playwrights' Theatre, Opened: Friday, October 31, 1919Add to your cart.
Description of item
Item 1: Theatre ProgramAdd to your cart.
Sub-Series 5.12: DynamoAdd to your cart.
Box 18Add to your cart.
Folder 23: Dynamo [Theatrical], Martin Beck Theatre, Opened: Monday, February 11, 1929, Original New York ProductionAdd to your cart.
Description of items
Item 1: Theatre ProgramAdd to your cart.
Item 2: 13.25 x 10.25" Vandamm Photograph, SignedAdd to your cart.

16 x 20" on board

Located in Box 30.

Sub-Series 5.13: The Emperor JonesAdd to your cart.
Box 18Add to your cart.
Folder 24: The Emperor Jones [Theatrical], Playwrights' Theatre, Opened: Monday, November 1, 1920, Original New York ProductionAdd to your cart.
Description of items
Item 1: Theatre ProgramAdd to your cart.
Item 2: Theatre Program, Selwyn TheatreAdd to your cart.
3 copies
Item 3: Handbill, Selwyn TheatreAdd to your cart.
Item 4: Theatre Program, Princess TheatreAdd to your cart.
Item 5: Theatre Program, Walnut Street Theatre, PhiladelphiaAdd to your cart.
Folder 25: The Emperor Jones [Theatrical], Provincetown Playhouse, Opened: Monday, May 5, 1924Add to your cart.
Description of item
Item 1: Theatre ProgramAdd to your cart.
Folder 26: The Emperor Jones [Theatrical], Provincetown Playhouse, Opened: Monday, December 15, 1924Add to your cart.
Description of item
Item 1: Theatre ProgramAdd to your cart.
Folder 27: The Emperor Jones [Theatrical], Provincetown Playhouse, Opened: Tuesday, February 16, 1926Add to your cart.
Description of item
Item 1: Theatre ProgramAdd to your cart.
Folder 28-29: The Emperor Jones [Film], United Artists, 1933Add to your cart.
Description of items
Item 1: Film Script, 1933Add to your cart.
Multilith or mimeograph toned with copy number in manuscript ink on the title page, 98 pages
Item 2: Four black and white photographsAdd to your cart.
Item 3: The Emperor Jones [Film], United Artists [DVD], 1933Add to your cart.

Copyright 2003.

Transferred to Rare Books

Folder 30: The Emperor Jones [Theatrical], Metropolitan Opera House, Opened: Saturday, January 7, 1933, Operatic AdaptationAdd to your cart.
Description of items
Item 1: Metropolitan Opera House [audio]Add to your cart.
Item
Item 2: Libretto, New York: Fred Rullman signed by Lawrence Tibbett, Tullio Serafin, and Giulio Gatti‐Casazza, 1932Add to your cart.
Item 3: Theatre Program, Tuesday, January 10, 1933, American Academy of Music, PhiladelphiaAdd to your cart.
Box 19Add to your cart.
Folder 1-5: The Emperor Jones and Where The Cross is Made [Radio], The Theatre Guild On The Air, Broadcast: Sunday, November 11, 1945Add to your cart.
Description of items
Item 1: The Theatre Guild On The Air Production [audio]Add to your cart.
Item
Item 2: Radio Contract, 1945: September 5Add to your cart.
Document signed, 2 pages by Aben Kandel and Lawrence Langner
Item 3: Radio Contract, 1945: September 20Add to your cart.
Document signed, 1 page by Walter Huston and Theresa Helburn
Item 4: Radio Contract, 1945: October 9Add to your cart.
Document signed, 2 pages by Norman Rosten and Lawrence Langner
Item 5: Radio Contract, 1945: October 24Add to your cart.
Document signed, 1 page by Canada Lee and Armina Marshall
Item 6: Radio Contract, 1945: November 8Add to your cart.
Document signed, 1 page by Boris Karloff and Armina Marshall
Item 7: Radio Contract, 1945: November 8Add to your cart.
Document signed, 1 page by Everett Sloane and Armina Marshall
Item 8: Radio ProgramAdd to your cart.
Item 9: Radio Script, 1945: October 19Add to your cart.
Mimeograph,  95 pages. Annotations by Norman Rosten in pencil throughout
Item 10: Radio Script, 1945: October 31Add to your cart.
Mimeograph, 48 pages. "Revised"
Item 11: Radio Script, 1945: November 5Add to your cart.
Mimeograph, 48 pages. "2nd Revised", annotated
Item 12: Radio Script, 1945: November 5Add to your cart.
Mimeograph,55 pages. "3rd Revised", annotated
Item 13: Radio Script, 1945: November 11Add to your cart.
Mimeograph, 53 pages. "As Broadcast"
Folder 6: The Emperor Jones [Recording], Theatre Recording Society, 1971Add to your cart.
Description of item
Item 1: The Emperor Jones, Theatre Recording Society. Album notes inscribed by James Earl Jones [LP record], 1971Add to your cart.

Caedmon, 2 album set, 33 ¹⁄₃ rpm. 2 copies

Transferred to Rare Books.

Item 2: CD-RAdd to your cart.
Located in Film and Media vault.
Folder 7: The Emperor Jones [Radio], Bay Area Radio Drama, 1990Add to your cart.
Description of item
Item 1: The Bay Area Radio Drama Production [audio]Add to your cart.
Item
Item 2: The Emperor Jones, Bay Area Radio Drama [Cassette tape], 1990Add to your cart.
Transferred to Rare Books.
Folder 8: The Emperor Jones [Video], The Wooster Group, 2001Add to your cart.
Description of item
Item 1: The Emperor Jones, The Wooster Group [DVD], 2001Add to your cart.
Transferred to Rare Books.
Folder 9: The Emperor Jones [Theatrical], The Irish Repertory Theatre, Opened: Sunday, October 18, 2009Add to your cart.
Description of item
Item 1: HandbillAdd to your cart.
16 copies
Item 2: Theatre ProgramAdd to your cart.
2 copies
Item 3: CD-RAdd to your cart.
Located in Film and Media vault
Sub-Series 5.14: ExorcismAdd to your cart.
Box 20Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Exorcism [Theatrical], Playwrights' Theatre, Opened: Friday, March 26, 1920Add to your cart.
Description of item
Item 1: Theatre ProgramAdd to your cart.
Located in Box 30
Sub-Series 5.15: The FountainAdd to your cart.
Box 20Add to your cart.
Folder 2: The Fountain [Theatrical], Greenwich Village Theatre, Opened: Thursday, December 10, 1925, Original New York ProductionAdd to your cart.
Description of item
Item 1: Theatre ProgramAdd to your cart.
Sub-Series 5.16: GoldAdd to your cart.
Box 20Add to your cart.
Folder 3-4: Gold [Radio], Broadcast: Sunday, March 16, 1947Add to your cart.
Description of items
Item 1: Radio Contract, 1947: January 7Add to your cart.
Document signed, 2 pages by Millard Lampell and Armina Marshall
Item 2: Radio Contract, 1947: March 7Add to your cart.
Document signed, 1 page by Angela Lansbury and Armina Marshall
Item 3: Radio Contract, 1947: March 7Add to your cart.
Document signed, 1 page by Patricia Collinge and Armina Marshall
Item 4: Radio Contract, 1947: March 7Add to your cart.
Document signed, 1 page by Raymond Massey and Armina Marshall
Item 5: Radio ProgramAdd to your cart.
Item 6: Radio ScriptAdd to your cart.
Mimeograph, 70 pages.  "As Broadcast"
Sub-Series 5.17: The Great God BrownAdd to your cart.
Box 20Add to your cart.
Folder 5: The Great God Brown [Theatrical], Greenwich Village Theatre, Opened: Saturday, January 23, 1926, Original New York ProductionAdd to your cart.
Description of items
Item 1: Theatre ProgramAdd to your cart.
Item 2: Theatre Program, Garrick TheatreAdd to your cart.
Item 3: Theatre Program, Klaw TheatreAdd to your cart.
Item 4: Theatre Program, Klaw TheatreAdd to your cart.
Folder 6: The Great God Brown [Theatrical], Coronet Theatre, Opened: Tuesday, October 6, 1959Add to your cart.
Description of item
Item 1: Theatre ProgramAdd to your cart.
Folder 7: The Great God Brown [Theatrical], Lyceum Theatre, Opened: Tuesday, December 5, 1972Add to your cart.
Description of items
Item 1: Theatre Program, Pre-Broadway Production, Colonial Theatre, Boston, 1972: NovemberAdd to your cart.
Item 2: 14 x 22" Window CardAdd to your cart.
Located in Box 31.
Sub-Series 5.18: The Hairy ApeAdd to your cart.
Box 20Add to your cart.
Folder 8: The Hairy Ape [Theatrical], Playwrights' Theatre, Opened: Thursday, March 9, 1922, Original New York ProductionAdd to your cart.
Description of items
Item 1: Typescript, 8 pages by James Light. Extensive Notes Based on Light's Direction of The Hairy Ape, 1926: August 20Add to your cart.
Includes typed letter, 1 page by James Light to Captain Harwood, August 20, 1926
Item 2: Theatre ProgramAdd to your cart.
2 copies
Item 3: Theatre Program, Plymouth TheatreAdd to your cart.
Item 4: Photograph, Plymouth Theatre, From Scene 3 with Yank (Louis Wolheim) and Mildred Douglas (Carlotta Monterey)Add to your cart.
Folder 9: A Rehearsal of Provincetown Playhouse Productions [Theatrical], Garrick Theatre, Opened: Sunday, November 17, 1929, Includes The Ancient Mariner, The Hairy Ape, Desire Under the ElmsAdd to your cart.
Description of item
Item 1: Theatre ProgramAdd to your cart.
Located in Series 5.9 Desire Under the Elms, Box 18, Folder 13
Folder 10-11: The Hairy Ape [Film], United Artists, 1944Add to your cart.
Description of items
Item 1: Final Shooting Script, 1944: January 10Add to your cart.
Mimeograph, 47 pages. Includes production staff listing (2 pages) and shooting schedule (7 pages)
Item 2: Sixteen Black and White Publicity PhotographsAdd to your cart.
Item 3: 26 x 40", 27.5 x 40.5", 40 x 54", and 41 x 53" Six‐Sheet PosterAdd to your cart.

Items that piece together to create one large poster.

Currently located in Preservation.

Located in Drawer

Item 4: 27 x 41" One‐Sheet PosterAdd to your cart.

Currently located in Preservation.

Located in Drawer

Item 5: 14 x 36 Insert Card, FramedAdd to your cart.
Located on raptor racks.
Item 6: 11 x 14" Lobby CardsAdd to your cart.

8 items

Located in Box 30

Item 7: The Hairy Ape [Film], United Artists [DVD], 1944Add to your cart.

Copyright 2007.

Transferred to Rare Books.

Item 8: The Hairy Ape [Film], United Artists [DVD], 1944Add to your cart.

Includes Smash-Up: The Story of a Woman, 1947. Copyright 2004.

Transferred to Rare Books.

Item 9: DVD-RAdd to your cart.
Located in Film and Media vault
Folder 12: The Hairy Ape [Theatrical], Campbell Hall, Santa Barbara, Opened: Monday, June 28, 1976Add to your cart.
Description of items
Item 1: Theatre Program, Zellerbach Playhouse, University of California, Berkeley, Signed by members of cast and director, 1976: July 1Add to your cart.
Item 2: Theatre Program, Tao House, Danville, Benefit Performance, 1976: July 8Add to your cart.
Item 3: Photograph, Setting Up for Production in Courtyard at Tao HouseAdd to your cart.
Folder 13: The Hairy Ape [Radio], Bay Area Radio Drama, 1989Add to your cart.
Description of item
Item 2: The Hairy Ape, Bay Area Radio Drama [Cassette tape], 1989Add to your cart.
Transferred to Rare Books.
Item 1: The Bay Area Radio Drama Production [audio]Add to your cart.
Item
Folder 14: The Hairy Ape [Theatrical], The Performing Garage, Soho, Opened: Wednesday, November 29, 1995Add to your cart.
Description of item
Item 1: Theatre Program, Selwyn TheatreAdd to your cart.
2 items
Folder 15: The Hairy Ape [Theatrical], The Irish Repertory Theatre, Opened: Friday, September 29, 2006Add to your cart.
Description of items
Item 1: BrochureAdd to your cart.
Item 2: Theatre ProgramAdd to your cart.
Folder 16: The Hairy Ape [Theatrical], Fortis Theater, Els Inc., March 30, 2007Add to your cart.
German production
Item 1: BrochureAdd to your cart.
Item 2: HandbillAdd to your cart.
Item 3: 8 x 12" BroadsideAdd to your cart.
Item 4: CorrespondenceAdd to your cart.
Item 5: Three 8 x 12" PhotographsAdd to your cart.
Folder 17: The Hairy Ape [Theatrical], The Old Vic, Opened: Saturday, October 17, 2015Add to your cart.
Description of item
Item 1: Theatre ProgramAdd to your cart.
Includes correspondence
Sub-Series 5.19: HughieAdd to your cart.
Box 20Add to your cart.
Folder 18: Hughie [Theatrical], Royale Theatre, Opened: Tuesday, December 22, 1964, Original New York ProductionAdd to your cart.
Description of items
Item 1: Theatre ProgramAdd to your cart.
Item 2: The Royale Theatre Production [audio]Add to your cart.
Item
Item 3: Hughie [Theatrical], Royale Theatre, Original New York production [LP record], 1964Add to your cart.

Columbia Records, 1 album set, 33 ¹⁄₃ rpm. 2 copies

Transferred to Rare Books.

Item 4: CD-R, 1963Add to your cart.
Located in Film and Media vault
Folder 19: Hughie [Theatrical], Golden Theatre, Opened: Tuesday, February 11, 1975Add to your cart.
Description of items
Item 1: Theatre ProgramAdd to your cart.
Item 2: 14 x 22" Window CardAdd to your cart.
Located in Box 31
Folder 20: Hughie [Theatrical], Zellerbach Auditorium, Berkeley, Opened: Saturday, June 28, 1975Add to your cart.
Description of items
Item 1: Theatre ProgramAdd to your cart.
Item 2: Photograph of Jack Dodson and Jason Robards After the ProductionAdd to your cart.
Item 3: Photograph of Jason Robards After the ProductionAdd to your cart.
Item 4: Recording [CD-R]Add to your cart.
Transferred to Digital Asset Coordinator.
Item 5: CD-RAdd to your cart.
Located in Film and Media vault
Folder 21: Hughie [Theatrical], Hyde Park Festival Theatre, Opened: Wednesday, June 17, 1981Add to your cart.
Description of item
Item 1: Hughie [Theatrical], RKO Home Video [DVD], 1984Add to your cart.
Transferred to Rare Books.
Folder 22: Hughie [Radio], Bay Area Radio Drama, 1993Add to your cart.
Description of item
Item 1: The Bay Area Radio Drama Production [audio]Add to your cart.
Item
Item 2: Hughie, Bay Area Radio Drama [Cassette tape], 1993Add to your cart.
Transferred to Rare Books.
Folder 23: Hughie [Theatrical], Circle in the Square Theatre, Opened: Thursday, August 22, 1996Add to your cart.
Description of item
Item 1: Theatre ProgramAdd to your cart.
Sub-Series 5.20: The Iceman ComethAdd to your cart.
Box 21Add to your cart.
Folder 1-4: The Iceman Cometh [Theatrical], Martin Beck Theatre, Opened: Wednesday, October 9, 1946, Original New York ProductionAdd to your cart.
Description of items
Item 1: Design Contract, 1946: February 28Add to your cart.
Document signed, 1 page by Robert Edmund Jones and Sara Greenspan with typed note [no date] from Armina Marshall to Jones
Item 2: Director's Agreement, 1946: March 14Add to your cart.
Document signed, 2 pages by Eddie Dowling and Theresa Helburn
Item 3: Builder's Agreement, 1946: July 3Add to your cart.
Document signed, 3 pages by T. B. McDonald Construction Co.
Item 4: Theatre Contract, 1946: July 24Add to your cart.
Document signed, 1 page by Peter Davis for use of the Martin Beck Theatre beginning "October 14, 1946"
Item 5: Artist's Agreement, 1946: July 31Add to your cart.
Document signed, 2 pages by Robert W. Bergman Studio
Item 6: Associate Producer's Agreement, 1946: September 5Add to your cart.
Document signed, 2 pages by Armina Marshall and Theresa Helburn. 2 copies
Item 7: Theatre Contract, 1946: September 9Add to your cart.
Document signed, 1 page by Peter Davis for use of the Martin Beck Theatre beginning "October 9, 1946"
Item 8: 14 x 22" Window CardAdd to your cart.

Currently located in Preservation.

Located in Box 31

Item 9: Theatre Program Inscribed by O'NeillAdd to your cart.
Item 10: Theatre Program Signed by Seven Members of the Original CastAdd to your cart.
2 copies. One inscribed.
Item 11: Six 8 x 10 Vandamm PhotographsAdd to your cart.
Four stamped "Vandamm" and two with Earle Larimore replacing EG Marshall as "Willie Oban" and Marshall replacing James Barton as "Hickey"
Item 12: Miscellaneous File Relating to Closing, Costumes, and Musical Numbers, 1947: February - SeptemberAdd to your cart.
4 items
Item 13: Investors FileAdd to your cart.
27 items. File of signed agreements by investors and the Theatre Guild, includes Carlotta O'Neill, S. N. Behrman, and Bea Lawrence.
Folder 5: The Iceman Cometh [Theatrical], Circle In The Square, Opened: Tuesday, May 8, 1956Add to your cart.
Description of item
Item 1: Theatre Program with Bill Hindman Replacing Robards as "Hickey"Add to your cart.
Folder 6: The Iceman Cometh [Television], PBS, 1960Add to your cart.
Description of items
Item 1: The Iceman Cometh, PBS [DVD], 1960Add to your cart.
Transferred to Rare Books.
Item 2: The Iceman Cometh [Television], Broadway Theatre Archive [DVD], 1960Add to your cart.

Copyright 2001.

Transferred to Rare Books.

Folder 7: The Iceman Cometh [Film], American Film Theatre, 1973Add to your cart.
Description of items
Item 1: ProgramAdd to your cart.
Cinebill, Volume 1, Number 1
Item 2: Correspondence File Regarding Film Rights, 1957: September - 1962: MayAdd to your cart.
13 items. From Edward E. Colton, Jane Rubin, Sara Greenspan, Ely A. Landau, Benjamin Aslan, Justin M. Golenbock, and Philip Langner.
Item 3: Six Black and White Publicity PhotographsAdd to your cart.
Item 4: The Iceman Cometh [Film], American Film Theatre [LP record], 1973Add to your cart.

Caedmon, 4 album set, 33 ¹⁄₃ rpm.

Transferred to Rare Books.

Item 5: The Iceman Cometh [Film], American Film Theatre [DVD], 1973Add to your cart.

Copyright 2003.

Transferred to Rare Books.

Folder 8: The Iceman Cometh [Theatrical], Circle In The Square, Opened: Thursday, December 13, 1973Add to your cart.
Description of items
Item 1: Theatre ProgramAdd to your cart.
Item 2: Photograph of James Earl Jones in Dressing Room after Performance, Inscribed by JonesAdd to your cart.
Folder 9: The Iceman Cometh [Theatrical], Lunt‐Fontanne Theatre, Opened: Sunday, September 29, 1985Add to your cart.
Description of items
Item 1: Theatre Program Signed by Members of CastAdd to your cart.
2 items. One signed.
Folder 10: The Iceman Cometh [Theatrical], Brooks Atkinson Theatre, Opened: Thursday, April 8, 1999Add to your cart.
Description of items
Item 1: Theatre ProgramAdd to your cart.
Item 2: Opening Night TicketAdd to your cart.
Item 3: Opening Night DecanterAdd to your cart.
Located in Box 28.
Item 4: Opening Night PaperweightAdd to your cart.
Located in Box 28
Folder 11: The Iceman Cometh [Theatrical], BAM Harvey Theater, Opened: Thursday, February 5, 2015Add to your cart.
Description of item
Item 1: Theatre ProgramAdd to your cart.
2 items
Sub-Series 5.21: In the ZoneAdd to your cart.
Box 21Add to your cart.
Folder 12: S. S. Glencairn [Theatrical], Provincetown Playhouse, Opened: Monday, November 3, 1924, Original New York ProductionAdd to your cart.
Description of item
Item 1: Theatre ProgramAdd to your cart.
Located in Series 5.7 Bound East for Cardiff, Box 18, Folder 5
Folder 13: S. S. Glencairn [Theatrical], Provincetown Playhouse, Opened: Wednesday, January 9, 1929Add to your cart.
Description of item
Item 1: Theatre ProgramAdd to your cart.
Located in Series 5.7 Bound East for Cardiff, Box 18, Folder 6
Folder 14: S. S. Glencairn [Theatrical], New York City Center, Opened: Thursday, May 20, 1948Add to your cart.
Description of items
Item 1: Theatre ProgramAdd to your cart.
Located in Series 5.7 Bound East for Cardiff, Box 18, Folder 7
Item 2: Playscript, In the ZoneAdd to your cart.
Typescript, 24 pages. In red Hart Stenographic Bureau covers
Folder 15: In the Zone [Radio], Bay Area Radio Drama, 1988Add to your cart.
Description of item
Item 1: The Bay Area Radio Drama Production [audio]Add to your cart.
Item
Folder 16: Homens ao Mar (Sea Plays) [Theatrical], Goodman Theatre, Chicago, Opened: Wednesday, January 14, 2009Add to your cart.
Description of items
Item 1: Zona de Guerra [video]Add to your cart.
Item
Item 2: Rumo a Cardiff [video]Add to your cart.
Item
Item 3: Cardiff [video]Add to your cart.
Item
Item 4: Longa Viagem de Volta pra Casa [video]Add to your cart.
Item
Item 5: Theatre ProgramAdd to your cart.
Located in Series 5.7 Bound East for Cardiff. Box 18, Folder 9
Sub-Series 5.22: Lazarus LaughedAdd to your cart.
Box 21Add to your cart.
Folder 17: Lazarus Laughed [Theatrical], Pasadena Community Playhouse, Opened: Monday, April 9, 1928, Original ProductionAdd to your cart.
Description of item
Item 1: Theatre ProgramAdd to your cart.
Folder 18: Lazarus Laughed [Theatrical], Pasadena Community Playhouse, Opened: Monday, April 1, 1929Add to your cart.
Description of item
Item 1: Theatre ProgramAdd to your cart.
Folder 19: Lazarus Laughed [Radio], Bay Area Radio Drama, 1995Add to your cart.
Description of item
Item 1: The Bay Area Radio Drama Production [audio]Add to your cart.
Item
Item 2: Lazarus Laughed (Part I and Part II), Bay Area Radio Drama [Cassette tape], 1995Add to your cart.

2 items.

Transferred to Rare Books.

Sub-Series 5.23: Long Day's Journey Into NightAdd to your cart.
Box 22Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Long Day's Journey Into Night [Theatrical], Royal Dramatic Theatre, Stockholm, Opened: Thursday, February 2, 1956, Original ProductionAdd to your cart.
Description of items
Item 1: Four Black and White Photographs by Beata BergstromAdd to your cart.
Folder 2-3: Long Day's Journey Into Night [Theatrical], Helen Hayes Theatre, Opened: Wednesday, November 7, 1956, Original New York ProductionAdd to your cart.
Description of items
Item 1: Actors' Equity Contract, 1956: July 26Add to your cart.
Document signed, 1 page by Fredric March and Theodore Mann. Includes typed letter, 1 page from Robert Sanford to Ed Colton (1956: August 1) and rider to actors' equity contract, 3 pages
Item 2: Theatre Program, Pre Broadway Production, Shubert Theatre, New Haven, 1956: October 29Add to your cart.
Item 3: Theatre ProgramAdd to your cart.
Item 4: Eleven Black and White PhotographsAdd to your cart.
Item 5: Promotional BookletAdd to your cart.
Item 6: Theatre Program, Week Beginning Monday, Signed by Jason Robards, Jr., 1957: February 25Add to your cart.
Item 7: Theatre Program, Week Beginning Monday, Signed by Jason Robards, Florence Eldridge, and Frederic March, 1958: January 27Add to your cart.
Item 8: Publicity Photo, Fredric March and Florence Eldrige, Orly Airport, Paris, 1957: JulyAdd to your cart.
Folder 4: Long Day's Journey Into Night [Film], Embassy Pictures, 1962Add to your cart.
Description of items
Item 1: 27 x 40.5" One‐Sheet PosterAdd to your cart.

Currently located in Preservation.

Located in Drawer

Item 2: 22 x 28" Lobby PosterAdd to your cart.

Currently located in Preservation.

Located in Drawer

Item 3: 11 x 14" Lobby CardsAdd to your cart.

4 items

Located in Box 30

Item 4: Exhibitor's Showmanship ManualAdd to your cart.

14 x 20", 7 pages

Located in Box 30

Item 5: Twenty Black and White Publicity PhotographsAdd to your cart.
Item 6: Theatre Program, Huntington Hartford Theatre, Hollywood, West Coast Premier, 1962: December 18Add to your cart.
Item 7: Long Day's Journey Into Night [Film], Embassy Pictures [DVD], 1962Add to your cart.

Copyright 2004.

Transferred to Rare Books.

Folder 5: Long Day's Journey Into Night [Theatrical], Promenade Theatre, Opened: Wednesday, April 21, 1971Add to your cart.
Description of items
Item 1: 14 x 22" Window CardAdd to your cart.
Located in Box 31
Item 2: Black and White PhotographAdd to your cart.
Features Robert Ryan and Geraldine Fitzgerald
Item 3: Theatre ProgramAdd to your cart.
Item 4: Long Day's Journey Into Night [Theatrical], Promenade Theatre [LP record], 1971Add to your cart.

Caedmon, 4 album set, 33 ¹⁄₃ rpm.

Transferred to Rare Books.

Item 5: Long Day's Journey Into Night [Theatrical], 1971Add to your cart.

Copyright 2000

Caedmon, 3 CD set. 2 copies

Transferred to Rare Books

Folder 6: Long Day's Journey Into Night [Theatrical], The National Theatre, London, Opened: Tuesday, December 21, 1971Add to your cart.
Description of items
Item 1: Theatre ProgramAdd to your cart.
Item 2: Theatre ProgramAdd to your cart.
Item 3: Theatre ProgramAdd to your cart.
Folder 7: Long Day's Journey Into Night [Television], National Theatre Production ‐‐ ABC‐TV, Broadcast: Saturday, March 10, 1973Add to your cart.
Description of items
Item 1: Two Black and White Publicity PhotographsAdd to your cart.
Features Laurence Olivier, Denis Quilley, Constance Cummings, and Ronald Pickup
Item 2: Long Day's Journey Into Night [Television], National Theatre Production [DVD], 1973Add to your cart.

Copyright 2003.

Transferred to Rare Books.

Folder 8: Long Day's Journey Into Night [Television], ARTS ‐‐ ABC‐TV, Broadcast: Tuesday, November 23, 1982Add to your cart.
Description of items
Item 1: Black and White Publicity PhotographAdd to your cart.
Features Ruby Dee, Peter Francis-James, Earle Hyman, and Thommie Blackwell.
Item 2: Long Day's Journey Into Night [Television] [DVD], 1982: November 23Add to your cart.
Transferred to Rare Books.
Folder 9: Long Day's Journey Into Night [Theatrical], Broadhurst Theatre, Opened: Monday, April 21, 1986Add to your cart.
Description of items
Item 1: Theatre Program, Pre-Broadway Production, National Theatre, Washington, DC, Signed by Jack Lemmon, 1986: March 25Add to your cart.
Item 2: Long Day's Journey Into Night [Theatrical], Broadhurst Theatre [DVD], 1986Add to your cart.

Copyright 1987.

Transferred to Rare Books

Folder 10: The O'Neill Plays [Theatrical], Neil Simon Theatre, Opened: Tuesday, June 14, 1988, Long Day's Journey Into Night and Ah, Wilderness!Add to your cart.
Description of items
Item 1: Theatre Program Signed by CastAdd to your cart.
Located in Series 5.1 Ah, Wilderness!, Box 16, Folder 10
Folder 11: Long Day's Journey Into Night [Film], Rhombus Media, 1996, PBS, September 19, 1999Add to your cart.
Description of item
Item 1: Long Day's Journey Into Night [Theatrical], Films for the Humanities and Sciences (Part 1-3) [VHS]Add to your cart.

3 items. Copyright 1999.

Transferred to Rare Books.

Folder 12: Long Day's Journey Into Night [Theatrical], Plymouth Theatre, Opened: Tuesday, May 6, 2003Add to your cart.
Description of item
Item 1: Theatre ProgramAdd to your cart.
6 copies
Sub-Series 5.24: The Long Voyage HomeAdd to your cart.
Box 22Add to your cart.
Folder 13: S. S. Glencairn [Theatrical], Provincetown Playhouse, Opened: Monday, November 3, 1924, Original New York ProductionAdd to your cart.
Description of item
Item 1: Theatre ProgramAdd to your cart.
Located in Series 5.7 Bound East for Cardiff, Box 18, Folder 5
Folder 14: S. S. Glencairn [Theatrical], Provincetown Playhouse, Opened: Wednesday, January 9, 1929Add to your cart.
Description of item
Item 1: Theatre ProgramAdd to your cart.
Located in Series 5.7 Bound East for Cardiff, Box 18, Folder 6
Folder 15-16: The Long Voyage Home [Film], United Artists, 1940Add to your cart.
Description of items
Item 1: FilmscriptAdd to your cart.
Typescript, 40 pages. Dialogue Continuity
Item 2: Dialogue ContinuityAdd to your cart.
Item 3: 27 x 41" One‐Sheet PosterAdd to your cart.

Currently located in Preservation.

Located in Drawer

Item 4: 14 x 18" Window CardAdd to your cart.
Located in Box 30
Item 5: Press BookAdd to your cart.

12 x 18", 15 pages

Located in Box 30

Item 6: Thirty‐one Black and White Publicity PhotographsAdd to your cart.
Item 7: The Long Voyage Home [Film], Walter Wanger Productions [DVD], 1940Add to your cart.

Copyright 2006

Transferred to Rare Books.

Folder 17: S. S. Glencairn [Theatrical], New York City Center, Opened: Thursday, May 20, 1948Add to your cart.
Description of item
Item 1: Theatre ProgramAdd to your cart.
Located in Series 5.7 Bound East for Cardiff, Box 18, Folder 7
Folder 18: The Long Voyage Home and Diff'rent [Theatrical], Mermaid Theatre, Opened: Monday, December 4, 1961, Diff'rent Opened on October 17, 1961Add to your cart.
Description of item
Item 1: Theatre ProgramAdd to your cart.
Folder 19: The Long Voyage Home [Radio], Bay Area Radio Drama, 1988Add to your cart.
Description of item
Item 1: The Bay Area Radio Drama Production [audio]Add to your cart.
Item
Item 2: The Long Voyage Home, Bay Area Radio Drama [Cassette tape], 1988Add to your cart.
Transferred to Rare Book.
Folder 20: Homens ao Mar (Sea Plays) [Theatrical], Goodman Theatre, Chicago, Opened: Wednesday, January 14, 2009Add to your cart.
Description of items
Item 1: Zona de Guerra [video]Add to your cart.
Item
Item 2: Rumo a Cardiff [video]Add to your cart.
Item
Item 3: Cardiff [video]Add to your cart.
Item
Item 4: Longa Viagem de Volta pra Casa [video]Add to your cart.
Item
Item 5: Theatre ProgramAdd to your cart.
Located in Series 5.7 Bound East for Cardiff. Box 18, Folder 9
Sub-Series 5.25: Marco MillionsAdd to your cart.
Box 22Add to your cart.
Folder 21: Marco Millions [Theatrical], Guild Theatre, Opened: Monday, January 9, 1928, Original New York ProductionAdd to your cart.
Description of items
Item 1: Costume Agreement, 1927: June 3Add to your cart.
Typed letter signed, 1 page, New York, by Helene Pons Studio
Item 2: Set Construction Agreement, 1927: June 10Add to your cart.
Typed letter signed, 1 page, New York, by Wm A Bradys Theatrical Enterprises with a typed letter dated June 1, 1927 from Lee Simonson
Item 3: Director's Agreement, 1927: October 20Add to your cart.
Document signed, 1 page by Rouben Mamoulian
Item 4: Music Agreement, 1927: November 18Add to your cart.
Document signed, 1 page by Emerson Whithorne and Warren Munsell with a typed letter signed dated November 25, 1927 from Eugene Dyrssen offering his score
Item 5: Light and Property PlotsAdd to your cart.
Typescript [carbon], 15 pages
Item 6: Theatre ProgramAdd to your cart.
Item 7: 14 x 22" Window CardAdd to your cart.
Located in Box 31
Item 8: Theatre Program, Blackstone Theatre, 1928: October 8Add to your cart.
Item 9: Handbill, Hollis St. Theatre, Boston, 1928: December 31Add to your cart.
Item 10: Theatre Program, Hollis St. Theatre, Boston, 1928: December 31Add to your cart.
Folder 22: Marco Millions [Theatrical], ANTA Washington Square Theatre, Opened: Thursday, February 20, 1964Add to your cart.
Description of items
Item 1: Theatre ProgramAdd to your cart.
2 copies
Item 2: Two Black and White PhotographsAdd to your cart.
Features David Wayne and Hal Holbrook
Sub-Series 5.26: A Moon for the MisbegottenAdd to your cart.
Box 23Add to your cart.
Folder 1-2: A Moon for the Misbegotten [Theatrical], Hartman Theater, Columbus, Opened: Thursday, February 20, 1947, Pre-Broadway ProductionAdd to your cart.
Description of items
Item 1: Scenery Quote, 1946: January 6Add to your cart.
Typed letter signed, 1 page, New York, from I. Weiss and Sons to the Theatre Guild
Item 2: Design Agreement, 1946: February 27Add to your cart.
Document signed, 1 page, New York, by Robert Edmund Jones and Sara Greenspan
Item 3: Design Contract, 1946: February 28Add to your cart.
Document signed, 1 page, by Robert Edmund Jones and Sara Greenspan, Designing Artists Agreement
Item 4: Design Contract, 1946: February 28Add to your cart.
Document signed, 1 page by Robert Edmund Jones and Sara Greenspan, Costume Designers Agreement
Item 5: Correspondence, Typed Letter Signed, 1 page, New York, From United Scenic Artists to Sara Greenspan, 1946: March 5Add to your cart.
Regarding Robert Edmond Jones' contract
Item 6: Correspondence, Typed Letter Signed, 1 page, New York, From Richard Madden to Sara Greenspan, 1946: December 13Add to your cart.
Regarding request to The Dramatists Guild for an extension
Item 7: Builder's Agreement, 1946: December 23Add to your cart.
Document signed, 3 pages by T. B. McDonald Construction Co.
Item 8: Builder's Agreement, 1946: December 23Add to your cart.
Document signed, 2 pages by Studio Alliance, Inc.
Item 9: Correspondence, Typed Letter Signed, 1 page, New York, From Richard Madden to Sara Greenspan, 1947: January 3Add to your cart.
Regarding The Dramatists Guild agreement for an extension
Item 11: Director's Agreement, 1947: January 20Add to your cart.
Document signed, 4 pages by Arthur Shields and Lawrence Langner
Item 12: Music Agreement, 1947: February 11Add to your cart.
Document signed, 1 page by Edward B Marks Music and Armina Marshall.  Grants rights to use "In The Baggage Coach Ahead"
Item 13: Theatre Program, Nixon Theatre, Pittsburgh, 1947: March 3Add to your cart.
Item 14: Theatre Program, Cass Theatre, Detroit, 1947: March 10Add to your cart.
Item 15: Correspondence, Typed Letter Signed, 1 page, New York from Theresa Helburn and Lawrence Langner to Mrs Sadie G Levy (investor), 1947: April 30Add to your cart.
Explain status of play and why it closed
Item 16: Correspondence, Typed Letter, 1 page, New York From the Theatre Guild to Armina Marshall, 1947: December 9Add to your cart.
Explains financial status of closed play. Includes a carbon copy.
Item 17: Investors File, 1947: January - FebruaryAdd to your cart.
33 items. File of signed agreements by investors and the Theatre Guild. Includes Carlotta O'Neill, S. N. Behrman, and Bea Lawrence
Folder 3: A Moon for the Misbegotten [Theatrical], Bijou Theatre, Opened: Thursday, May 2, 1957, Original New York ProductionAdd to your cart.
Description of item
Item 1: Theatre ProgramAdd to your cart.
Folder 4: A Moon for the Misbegotten [Theatrical], Circle In The Square, Opened: Wednesday, June 12, 1968Add to your cart.
Description of items
Item 1: Theatre Program Signed by CastAdd to your cart.
Item 2: Theatre Program Inscribed by Cathy O'NeillAdd to your cart.
Item 3: A Moon for the Misbegotten [Theatrical], Circle in the Square [LP record], 1968Add to your cart.

Caedmon, 3 album set, 33 ¹⁄₃ rpm.

Album notes inscribed by Salome Jens.

Transferred to Rare Books.

Folder 5: A Moon for the Misbegotten [Theatrical], Morosco Theatre, Opened: Friday, December 28, 1973Add to your cart.
Description of items
Item 1: Theatre Programs Inscribed by CastAdd to your cart.
2 items
Item 2: Photograph of Jason Robards in Dressing Room After PerformanceAdd to your cart.
Item 3: 14 x 22" Window CardAdd to your cart.
Located in Box 31
Item 4: Souvenir ProgramAdd to your cart.
Folder 6: A Moon for the Misbegotten [Television], ABC Theatre ‐‐ ABC‐TV, Broadcast: Tuesday, May 27, 1975Add to your cart.
Description of items
Item 1: Four Black and White Publicity Photographs for ABC BroadcastAdd to your cart.
Features Jason Robards, Colleen Dewhurst, and Ed Flanders
Item 2: Two Black and White Publicity Photographs for PBS BroadcastAdd to your cart.
Features Jason Robards and Colleen Dewhurst
Item 3: TV Guide, May 24‐30, 1975, Robards & Dewhurst on CoverAdd to your cart.
Item 4: A Moon for the Misbegotten, Broadway Theatre Archive [DVD], 1975Add to your cart.

Copyright 2004.

Transferred to Rare Books.

Item 5: A Moon for the Misbegotten [Television], Broadway Theatre Archive [DVD], 1975Add to your cart.

Copyright 2002.

Transferred to Rare Books.

Folder 7: A Moon for the Misbegotten [Theatrical], Cort Theatre, Opened: Tuesday, May 1, 1984Add to your cart.
Description of item
Item 1: Theatre ProgramAdd to your cart.
Folder 8: A Moon for the Misbegotten [Theatrical], Walter Kerr Theatre, Opened: Sunday, March 19, 2000Add to your cart.
Description of items
Item 1: HandbillsAdd to your cart.
2 items
Item 2: Theatre ProgramAdd to your cart.
2 copies
Item 3: Mail Order FormAdd to your cart.
Folder 9: A Moon for the Misbegotten [Theatrical], The Old Vic, London, Opened: Tuesday, September 26, 2006Add to your cart.
Description of items
Item 1: BrochureAdd to your cart.
Item 2: Theatre ProgramAdd to your cart.
Folder 10: A Moon for the Misbegotten [Theatrical], Brooks Atkinson Theatre, Opened: Monday, April 9, 2007Add to your cart.
Description of items
Item 1: Theatre ProgramAdd to your cart.
2 copies
Item 2: Opening Night TicketAdd to your cart.
4 items
Folder 11: A Moon for the Misbegotten [Theatrical], The Pearl Theatre Company, Opened: Tuesday, March 6, 2012Add to your cart.
Description of items
Item 1: HandbillAdd to your cart.
3 copies
Item 2: Theatre ProgramAdd to your cart.
Item 3: TicketAdd to your cart.
Sub-Series 5.27: The Moon for the CaribbeesAdd to your cart.
Box 23Add to your cart.
Folder 12: The Moon of the Caribbees [Theatrical], Playwrights' Theatre, Opened: Friday, December 20, 1918Add to your cart.
Description of item
Item 1: Theatre ProgramAdd to your cart.
Folder 13: The Moon of the Caribbees [Theatrical], Playwrights' Theatre, Opened: Monday, April 25, 1921Add to your cart.
Description of item
Item 1: Theatre ProgramAdd to your cart.
Folder 14: S. S. Glencairn [Theatrical], Provincetown Playhouse, Opened: Monday, November 3, 1924, Original New York ProductionAdd to your cart.
Description of item
Item 1: Theatre ProgramAdd to your cart.
Located in Series 5.7 Bound East for Cardiff, Box 18, Folder 5
Folder 15: S. S. Glencairn [Theatrical], Provincetown Playhouse, Opened: Wednesday, January 9, 1929Add to your cart.
Description of item
Item 1: Theatre ProgramAdd to your cart.
Located in Series 5.7 Bound East for Cardiff, Box 18, Folder 6
Folder 16: S. S. Glencairn [Theatrical], New York City Center, Opened: Thursday, May 20, 1948Add to your cart.
Description of item
Item 1: Theatre ProgramAdd to your cart.
Located in Series 5.7 Bound East for Cardiff, Box 18, Folder 7
Folder 17: The Moon of the Caribbees [Radio], Bay Area Radio Drama, 1988Add to your cart.
Description of item
Item 1: The Bay Area Radio Drama Production [audio]Add to your cart.
Item
Sub-Series 5.28: More Stately MansionsAdd to your cart.
Box 24Add to your cart.
Folder 1-2: More Stately Mansions [Theatrical], Broadhurst Theatre, Opened: Tuesday, October 31, 1967, Original New York ProductionAdd to your cart.
Description of items
Item 1: Theatre Program, Pre-Broadway Production, Ahmanson Theatre, Los Angeles Signed by Bergman, Dewhurst, Hill, Fred Stewart, and Kermit Murdock, 1967: September 12Add to your cart.
Item 2: Inscribed Photograph of Jose Quintero, Pre-Broadway Production, Ahmanson Theatre, Los Angeles, 1967: September 12Add to your cart.
Item 3: Two Photographs of Ingrid Bergman, One Inscribed, Pre-Broadway Production, Ahmanson Theatre, Los Angeles, 1967: September 12Add to your cart.
Item 4: Theatre ProgramAdd to your cart.
Item 5: Souvenir ProgramAdd to your cart.
Item 6: 14 x 22" Window CardAdd to your cart.
Located in Box 31
Item 7: PlayscriptAdd to your cart.
Mimeograph, 75 pages
Item 8: More Stately Mansions [Theatrical], Broadhurst Theatre, Original New York production [LP record], 1967Add to your cart.

Caedmon, 3 album set, 33 ¹⁄₃ rpm. 2 copies

Transferred to Rare Books.

Item 9: CD-RAdd to your cart.

2 items

Located in Film and Media vault

Sub-Series 5.29: Mourning Becomes ElectraAdd to your cart.
Box 24Add to your cart.
Folder 3: Mourning Becomes Electra [Theatrical], Guild Theatre, Opened: Monday, October 26, 1931, Original New York ProductionAdd to your cart.
Description of items
Item 1: Designer Contract, 1931: June 8Add to your cart.
Document signed, 1 page by Robert Edmond Jones and Warren Munsell. Includes photocopied correspondence between Jones and Munsell (3 items)
Item 2: Original Cast ListAdd to your cart.
2 items. Typescript [carbon], 1 page. Typescript [carbon],  2 pages. Second cast list contains list for the second engagement at the Alvin Theatre, New York, May 9, 1932
Item 3: 14 x 22" Window CardAdd to your cart.
Located in Box 31
Item 4: HandbillAdd to your cart.
Item 5: Theatre ProgramAdd to your cart.
Item 6: 8 x 10 Vandamm PhotographAdd to your cart.
Folder 4: Mourning Becomes Electra [Theatrical], Theatre Guild Touring Company, 1932Add to your cart.
Description of items
Item 1: Designer Contract, 1931: December 18Add to your cart.
Document signed, 1 page by Robert Edmond Jones and Warren Munsell
Item 2: Theatre Program, Ford's Theatre, Washington, D.C., 1932: January 4Add to your cart.
Item 3: Mail Order Form, National Theatre, Washington, D.C., 1932: January 11Add to your cart.
Item 4: Theatre Contract, 1932: February 3Add to your cart.
Document signed, 1 page by Warren Munsell. For use of the Alvin Theatre. Includes photocopy of letter from Warren Munsell to Harold Pincus, April 15, 1932.
Item 5: Theatre Program, Wilson Theatre, Detroit, 1932: March 14Add to your cart.
Folder 5-9: Mourning Becomes Electra [Film], RKO, 1947Add to your cart.
Description of items
Item 1: Correspondence File Relating to July 26, 1946 Film Rights Agreement with RKO, 1946: April - NovemberAdd to your cart.
21 items. From Kenneth B. Umbreit, William Fitelson, Armina Marshall, Richard Madden, Warren Caro, and Jane Rubin
Item 2: Draft Agreement, 1946: MayAdd to your cart.
Document, 26 pages. Draft of July 26, 1946 film rights agreement with RKO. Annotations by O'Neill throughout
Item 3: Correspondence File Relating to February 18, 1947 Amendment to Film Rights Agreement with RKO, 1947: January - MarchAdd to your cart.
13 items. From Teresa Helburn, Kenneth B. Umbreit, William Fitelson, M. Harris, Sidney R. Fleisher, and Lawrence Langner
Item 4: Correspondence File Relating to "road‐show" Technique for Film, 1947: April - JuneAdd to your cart.
6 items. From Lawrence Langner, Marion Hubbell, and Alfred Tamarin
Item 5: Correspondence File Relating to Guild's Sponsorship of Film, 1947: August - NovemberAdd to your cart.
39 items. From William Fitelson, Gordon Youngman, Lawrence Langner, Warren Caro, Nichols, Sara Greenspan, Anna May Franklin, and Teresa Helburn
Item 6: Publicity File, 1946-1947Add to your cart.
6 items
Item 7: Correspondence File Relating to Quotes and Reviews, 1947: October - DecemberAdd to your cart.
31 items. From Warren Caro, Theresa Helburn, Lawrence Langner, and Phyllis Anderson
Item 8: Correspondence File Relating to Advanced Screenings, 1947: October - NovemberAdd to your cart.
29 items. From Warren Caro, Theresa Helburn, Lawrence Langner, and Phyllis Anderson
Item 9: Correspondence File Relating to Opening, Etc., 1947: November - DecemberAdd to your cart.
20 items. From John L. Toohey, Lawrence Langner, Theresa Helburn, J. Carlisle MacDonald, Robert Russell Bennett, and Warren Caro
Item 10: Film Program, World Premier, Golden Theatre, Signed by Rosalind Russell, 1947: November 19Add to your cart.
Item 11: Correspondence File Related to Financial Results, Etc., 1948Add to your cart.
13 items. From William Fitelson, Edward E. Colton, Lawrence Langner, Ben Aslan, and Sylvia Antonier
Item 12: Correspondence File, 1949-1956Add to your cart.
37 items. From A. M. Franklin, Warren Caro, Dudley Nichols, Lawrence Langner, Rita Alt, William H. Clark, M. G. Poller, William Fitelson, and Anna May Franklin
Item 13: 27 x 41" One‐Sheet PosterAdd to your cart.

Currently located in Preservation.

Located in Drawer

Item 14: 14 x 36" Insert Card, FramedAdd to your cart.
Located on raptor racks.
Item 15: 11 x 14" Lobby CardsAdd to your cart.

8 items with original envelope.

Located in Box 30

Item 16: Mourning Becomes Electra [Film], RKO [DVD], 1947Add to your cart.

Copyright 2004.

Transferred to Rare Books

Item 17: CD-RAdd to your cart.
Located in Film and Media vault.
Folder 10: Mourning Becomes Electra [Theatrical], Metropolitan Opera House, Opened: Friday, March 17, 1967, Operatic AdaptationAdd to your cart.
Description of items
Item 1: Autograph Musical Quote Signed, 1 page, Inscribed by Levy, 1967: March 17Add to your cart.
Item 2: Recording, April 1, 1967, Audio CDAdd to your cart.

2 items

Located in Film and Media vault

Folder 11: Mourning Becomes Electra [Theatrical], American Shakespeare Festival Theatre, Stratford, Connecticut, Summer 1971Add to your cart.
Description of item
Item 1: Mourning Becomes Electra [Theatrical], American Shakespeare Festival Theatre, Stratford, Connecticut [LP record], 1971Add to your cart.

Caedmon, 4 album set, 33 ¹⁄₃ rpm. Copyright 1972.

Transferred to Rare Books.

Folder 12: Mourning Becomes Electra [Theatrical], Circle In The Square, Joseph E. Levine Theatre, Opened: Wednesday, November 15, 1972Add to your cart.
Description of item
Item 1: Theatre ProgramAdd to your cart.
Folder 13: Mourning Becomes Electra [Television], Great Performances – PBS, Broadcast: January 1979Add to your cart.
Description of items
Item 1: Mourning Becomes Electra [Television], Great Performances, PBS, [DVD], 1978Add to your cart.
Transferred to Rare Books.
Sub-Series 5.30: Now I Ask YouAdd to your cart.
Box 24Add to your cart.
Folder 14: Now I Ask You [Theatrical], Muddy Waters Theatre, St. Louis, Opened: Friday, June 11, 2010Add to your cart.
Description of items
Item 1: The Muddy Waters Theatre Production [video]Add to your cart.
Item
Item 2: Theatre ProgramAdd to your cart.
Item 3: PostcardAdd to your cart.
Sub-Series 5.31: The RopeAdd to your cart.
Box 24Add to your cart.
Folder 15: The Rope [Theatrical], Playwright's Theatre, Opened: Friday, April 26, 1918, Original New York ProductionAdd to your cart.
Description of item
Item 1: Theatre ProgramAdd to your cart.
Sub-Series 5.32: Strange InterludeAdd to your cart.
Box 25Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Strange Interlude [Theatrical], John Golden Theatre, Opened: Monday, January 30, 1928, Original New York ProductionAdd to your cart.
Description of items
Item 1: Actors' Equity Contract, 1927: December 5Add to your cart.
Document signed, 1 page by Tom Powers and Theresa Helburn
Item 2: Painter's Contract, 1928: January 15Add to your cart.
Document signed, 1 page by Robert Bergman and Warren Munsell
Item 3: 13 x 21" Window CardAdd to your cart.

Currently located in Preservation

Located in Box 31

Item 4: HandbillAdd to your cart.
Item 5: Theatre ProgramAdd to your cart.
2 copies. One with color cover and one with black and white cover
Item 6: 13.25 x 10.25 Signed Vandamm PhotographAdd to your cart.

Features Tom Powers, Lynn Fontanne, Earle Larimore, and Glenn Anders

Located in Box 30

Folder 2: Strange Interlude [Theatrical], Theatre Guild Touring CompanyAdd to your cart.
Description of items
Item 1: Actors' Equity Contract, 1928: October 23Add to your cart.
Document signed, 1 page by Pauline Lord
Item 2: Actors' Equity Contract, 1928: October 24Add to your cart.
Document signed, 1 page by Ralph Morgan and Theresa Helburn
Item 3: Actors' Equity Contract, 1928: December 3Add to your cart.
Document signed, 1 page by Harry Bannister and Warren Munsell. Includes correspondence between O.E. Wee and Richard Munsell (4 items)
Item 4: Theatre Program, John Golden Theatre, New York, 1928: December 17Add to your cart.
Item 5: Theatre Program, Quincy Theatre, Quincy, MAAdd to your cart.
Strange Interlude was booked in Quincy after it was banned in Boston
Item 6: Theatre Program, American Theatre, St. Louis, 1929: February 10Add to your cart.
Folder 3: Strange Interlude [Theatrical], Lyric Theatre, London, Opened: Monday, February 2, 1931Add to your cart.
Description of items
Item 1: British Isles Rights Agreement, 1929: March 23Add to your cart.
Document signed, 4 pages by Richard Madden (for O'Neill) and Warren Munsell. Includes typed letter signed dated March 25, 1929 from Madden to Munsell
Item 2: British Production Extension, 1929: December 27Add to your cart.
Document signed, 1 page by Richard Madden and Warren Munsell. Includes typed letter signed, dated December 22, 1929, from Madden to Munsell
Item 3: Actors' Equity Contract, 1930: December 10Add to your cart.
Document signed, 1 page by Claudia Morgan, Gilbert Miller, and Warren Munsell. Includes correspondence between Richard Madden and Munsell, December 22, 1930.
Item 4: Actors' Agreement, 1930: December 22Add to your cart.
Document signed, 2 pages by Mary Ellis, Gilbert Miller, and Theresa Helburn
Item 5: Actors' Agreement, 1930: December 22Add to your cart.
Document signed, 2 pages by Basil Sydney, Gilbert Miller, and Theresa Helburn
Item 6: Theatre Lease Agreement, 1930: December 29Add to your cart.
Document signed, 1 page by Warren Munsell and Gilbert Miller
Item 7: Production Expenses, 1931: February 17Add to your cart.
Typed letter, 2 pages from John Pinto to Warren Munsell regarding preliminary production expenses
Item 8: Production Expenses, 1931: April 7Add to your cart.
Typed letter signed, 2 pages from John Pinto to Warren Munsell regarding final statement of expenses
Folder 4-5: Strange Interlude [Film], Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1932Add to your cart.
Description of items
Item 1: Filmscript, 1932: June 9Add to your cart.
Mimeograph, 106 pages. Dialogue cutting continuity
Item 2: Film Contract, 1931: May 6Add to your cart.
Document, 4 pages
Item 3: Theatre Program, World Premiere, Grauman's Chinese Theatre, Inscribed by Norma Shearer, 1932: July 15Add to your cart.
Item 4: Theatre Program, Grauman's Chinese Theatre, 1932: August 1Add to your cart.
Item 5: Strange Interlude, Astor Theatre, 1932Add to your cart.
Item 6: Press BookAdd to your cart.
Item 7: Strange Interlude [Film], Metro‐Goldwyn‐Mayer [DVD], 1932Add to your cart.

Copyright 2009, 2 copies

Transferred to Rare Books.

Folder 6-7: Strange Interlude [Radio], The Theatre Guild On The Air, Broadcast: Sunday, March 31 and Sunday, April 7, 1946Add to your cart.
Description of items
Item 1: The Theatre Guild On The Air Production (Part I) [audio]Add to your cart.
Item
Item 2: The Theatre Guild On The Air Production (Part II) [audio]Add to your cart.
Item
Item 3: Radio Contract, 1945: October 12Add to your cart.
Document signed, 2 pages by Arthur Arent and Armina Marshall
Item 4: Radio Contract, 1946: February 1Add to your cart.
Document signed, 1 page by Donald MacDonald and Armina Marshall
Item 5: Radio Contract, 1946: March 20Add to your cart.
Document signed, 1 page by Jean Adair and Armina Marshall
Item 6: Radio Agreement, No dateAdd to your cart.
Document signed, 1 page by Walter Abel and Armina Marshall.  Changes broadcast dates
Item 7: Radio Agreement, No dateAdd to your cart.
Document signed, 1 page by Alfred Shirley and Armina Marshall. Changes broadcast dates
Item 8: Radio ProgramAdd to your cart.
Item 9: Radio Script, 1946: March 31Add to your cart.
Mimeograph, 59 pages. "As Broadcast"
Item 10: Radio Script, 1946: April 7Add to your cart.
Mimeograph, 59 pages. "As Broadcast"
Item 11: SD Card [MP3 Files]Add to your cart.

Contains both Part I and Part II

Transferred to Digital Asset Coordinator.

Folder 8: Strange Interlude [Theatrical], Hudson Theatre, Opened: Monday, March 11, 1963Add to your cart.
Description of items
Item 1: HandbillAdd to your cart.
Item 2: Theatre ProgramAdd to your cart.
Item 3: Black and White PhotographAdd to your cart.
Features William Prince and Geraldine Page
Item 4: Theatre Program, Martin Beck TheatreAdd to your cart.
Item 5: 14 x 22" Window Card, Martin Beck TheatreAdd to your cart.
Located in Box 31
Item 6: Strange Interlude [Theatrical], Hudson Theatre [LP record], 1963Add to your cart.

Columbia Records, 5 album set, 33 ¹⁄₃ rpm.

Transferred to Rare Books.

Item 7: CD-R, 1963Add to your cart.

3 items

Located in Film and Media vault

Folder 9: Strange Interlude [Theatrical], Nederlander Theatre, Opened: Thursday, February 21, 1985Add to your cart.
Description of item
Item 1: Theatre Program Signed by CastAdd to your cart.
Folder 10: Strange Interlude [Television], American Playhouse Series ‐‐ PBS, 1988Add to your cart.
Description of item
Item 1: Strange Interlude [Television], Fries Home Video [VHS], 1988Add to your cart.

2 items

Transferred to Rare Books.

Sub-Series 5.33: The StrawAdd to your cart.
Box 26Add to your cart.
Folder 1-2: The Straw [Radio], Broadcast: Sunday, November 23, 1947Add to your cart.
Description of items
Item 1: The Theatre Guild On The Air Production [audio]Add to your cart.
Item
Item 2: Radio Contract, 1947: July 16Add to your cart.
Document signed, 2 pages by Arthur Arent and Armina Marshall. 2 copies. Includes correspondence between Benjamin Aslan and Arthur Arent (1 item)
Item 3: Radio Contract, 1947: October 16Add to your cart.
Document signed, 1 page by Robert Mitchum and Theresa Helburn
Item 4: Radio Contract, 1947: October 30Add to your cart.
Document signed, 1 page by Emmett Rogers and Armina Marshall
Item 5: Radio Contract, 1947: November 10Add to your cart.
Document signed, 1 page by E. G. Marshall and Armina Marshall
Item 6: Radio Contract, 1947: November 10Add to your cart.
Document signed, 1 page by Anne Seymour and Armina Marshall
Item 7: Radio Contract, 1947: November 10Add to your cart.
Document signed, 1 page by Mary Anderson
Item 8: Radio ProgramAdd to your cart.
Item 9: Radio Script, 1947: November 20Add to your cart.
Mimeograph, 62 pages. "As Broadcast"
Sub-Series 5.34: A Touch of the PoetAdd to your cart.
Box 26Add to your cart.
Folder 3: A Touch of the Poet [Theatrical], Helen Hayes Theatre, Opened: Thursday, October 2, 1958, Original New York ProductionAdd to your cart.
Description of item
Item 1: Theatre ProgramAdd to your cart.
Folder 4: A Touch of the Poet [Television], Theatre In America – PBS, Broadcast: Wednesday, April 24, 1974Add to your cart.
Description of items
Item 1: Black and White Publicity PhotographAdd to your cart.
Features Nancy Marchand and Fritz Weaver
Item 2: A Touch of the Poet [Theatrical], Theater in America, Broadway Theatre Archive [DVD], 1974Add to your cart.
Transferred to Rare Books.
Folder 5: A Touch of the Poet [Theatrical], Helen Hayes Theatre, Opened: Wednesday, December 28, 1977Add to your cart.
Description of items
Item 1: Theatre ProgramAdd to your cart.
Item 2: 14 x 22" Window CardAdd to your cart.
Located in Box 31
Item 3: Six 8 x 10 Black and White Glossies from Seymour Krawitz PressAdd to your cart.
Features Jason Robards, Milo O'Shea, Betty Miller, Kathryn Walker, and Geraldine Fitzgerald
Folder 6: A Touch of the Poet [Theatrical], Young Vic Theatre, London, Opened: Thursday, January 28, 1988Add to your cart.
Description of item
Item 1: HandbillAdd to your cart.
Folder 7: A Touch of the Poet [Theatrical], Studio 54, Opened: Thursday, December 8, 2005Add to your cart.
Description of items
Item 1: Theatre Program Signed by CastAdd to your cart.
Item 2: CD-R, 2006: January 4Add to your cart.

2 items

Located in Film and Media vault

Sub-Series 5.35: WeldedAdd to your cart.
Box 26Add to your cart.
Folder 8: Welded [Theatrical], 39th St. Theatre, Opened: Monday, March 17, 1924, Original New York ProductionAdd to your cart.
Description of item
Item 1: HandbillAdd to your cart.
Sub-Series 5.36: Where the Cross is MadeAdd to your cart.
Box 26Add to your cart.
Folder 9: Where the Cross is Made [Theatrical], Playwrights' Theatre, Opened: Friday, November 22, 1918Add to your cart.
Description of item
Item 1: Theatre ProgramAdd to your cart.
Folder 10: Where the Cross is Made [Theatrical], Playwrights' Theatre, Opened: Friday, April 23, 1920Add to your cart.
Description of items
Item 1: Theatre ProgramAdd to your cart.
Located in Box 30.
Folder 11: The Emperor Jones and Where the Cross is Made [Radio], The Theatre Guild On The Air, Broadcast: Sunday, November 11, 1945Add to your cart.
Description of items
Item 1: The Theatre Guild On The Air Production [audio]Add to your cart.
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Item 2: Radio Contract, 1945: September 5Add to your cart.

Document signed, 2 pages by Aben Kandel and Lawrence Langner

Located in Series 5.13 The Emperor Jones, Box 19, Folder 1-5

Item 3: Radio Contract, 1945: September 20Add to your cart.

Document signed, 1 page by Walter Huston and Theresa Helburn

Located in Series 5.13 The Emperor Jones, Box 19, Folder 1-5

Item 4: Radio Contract, 1945: October 9Add to your cart.

Document signed, 2 pages by Norman Rosten and Lawrence Langner

Located in Series 5.13 The Emperor Jones, Box 19, Folder 1-5

Item 5: Radio Contract, 1945: October 24Add to your cart.

Document signed, 1 page by Canada Lee and Armina Marshall

Located in Series 5.13 The Emperor Jones, Box 19, Folder 1-5

Item 6: Radio Contract, 1945: November 8Add to your cart.

Document signed, 1 page by Boris Karloff and Armina Marshall

Located in Series 5.13 The Emperor Jones, Box 19, Folder 1-5

Item 7: Radio Contract, 1945: November 8Add to your cart.

Document signed, 1 page by Everett Sloane and Armina Marshall

Located in Series 5.13 The Emperor Jones, Box 19, Folder 1-5

Item 8: Radio ProgramAdd to your cart.
Located in Series 5.13 The Emperor Jones, Box 19, Folder 1-5
Item 9: Radio Script, 1945: October 19Add to your cart.

Mimeograph, 95 pages. Annotations by Norman Rosten in pencil throughout

Located in Series 5.13 The Emperor Jones, Box 19, Folder 1-5

Item 10: Radio Script, 1945: October 31Add to your cart.

Mimeograph, 48 pages. "Revised"

Located in Series 5.13 The Emperor Jones, Box 19, Folder 1-5

Item 11: Radio Script, 1945: November 5Add to your cart.

Mimeograph, 48 pages. "2nd Revised", Annotated

Located in Series 5.13 The Emperor Jones, Box 19, Folder 1-5

Item 12: Radio Script, 1945: November 5Add to your cart.

Mimeograph, 55 pages. "3rd Revised", Annotated

Located in Series 5.13 The Emperor Jones, Box 19, Folder 1-5

Item 13: Radio Script, 1945: November 11Add to your cart.

Mimeograph, 53 pages. "As Broadcast"

Located in Series 5.13 The Emperor Jones, Box 19, Folder 1-5

Folder 12: Where the Cross is Made [Television], The Art Carney Show ‐‐ NBC‐TV, Broadcast: Friday, February 5, 1960Add to your cart.
Description of item
Item 1: The Art Carney Show Production [video]Add to your cart.
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Item 2: DVD-RAdd to your cart.
Located in Film and Media vault
Folder 13: Where the Cross is Made [Theatrical], Center for the Performing Arts, Illinois State University, Opened: Thursday, September 1, 2005, Operatic AdaptationAdd to your cart.

Description of items

See also Series 6.12 Materials Related to Secondary Eugene O'Neill Productions - Manuscripts by Others.

Item 1: The Illinois State University Production [video]Add to your cart.
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Item 2: Nancy Van de Vate Interview, WGLT, 2005: August 24Add to your cart.
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Item 3: Theatre ProgramAdd to your cart.
Item 4: HandbillAdd to your cart.
3 copies
Sub-Series 5.37: Oversized ItemsAdd to your cart.
Box 27Add to your cart.
Item 1: Ah, Wilderness! [Film], Metro‐Goldwyn‐Mayer, 1935. Glass Lantern Movie SlideAdd to your cart.
Originally located in Box 15, Folder 3
Box 28Add to your cart.
Item 1: The Iceman Cometh [Theatrical], Brooks Atkinson Theatre, Opened: Thursday, April 8, 1999. Opening Night DecanterAdd to your cart.
Originally located in Box 21, Folder 10
Item 2: The Iceman Cometh [Theatrical], Brooks Atkinson Theatre, Opened: Thursday, April 8, 1999. Opening Night PaperweightAdd to your cart.
Originally located in Box 21, Folder 10
Box 29Add to your cart.
Item 1: Ah, Wilderness! [Film], Metro‐Goldwyn‐Mayer, 1935. 11 x 14 Lobby CardsAdd to your cart.
Originally located in Box 15, Folder 3-5
Item 2: Ah, Wilderness! [Film], Metro‐Goldwyn‐Mayer, 1935. Campaign Book [Press Book]Add to your cart.
Originally located in Box 15, Folder 3-5
Item 3: Ah, Wilderness! [Theatrical], Guild Theatre, Opened: Thursday, October 2, 1941. Four signed Vandamm photographs (13.25 x 10.25)Add to your cart.
Originally located in Box 15, Folder 8
Item 4: Bound East for Cardiff [Theatrical], Playwrights' Theatre, Opened: Friday, April 11, 1919. Theatre ProgramAdd to your cart.
Originally located in Box 18, Folder 4
Item 5: Days Without End [Theatrical], Henry Miller's Theatre, Opened: Monday, January 8, 1934, Original New York production. 13 x 22" Window CardAdd to your cart.
Originally located in Box 18, Folder 10.
Box 30Add to your cart.
Item 1: Desire Under the Elms [Film], Paramount, 1958. 11 x 14" Lobby CardsAdd to your cart.
Originally located in Box 18, Folder 14
Item 2: Desire Under the Elms [Film], Paramount, 1958. Showmanship ManualAdd to your cart.
Originally located in Box 18, Folder 14
Item 3: Dynamo [Theatrical], Martin Beck Theatre, Opened: Monday, February 11, 1929, Original New York Production. 13.25 x 10.25" Vandamm Photograph, SignedAdd to your cart.
Originally located in Box 18, Folder 23
Item 4: Exorcism [Theatrical], Playwrights' Theatre, Opened: Friday, March 26, 1920. Theatre ProgramAdd to your cart.
Originally located in Box 20, Folder 1
Item 5: The Hairy Ape [Film], United Artists, 1944.  11 x 14" Lobby CardsAdd to your cart.
Originally located in Box 20, Folder 10
Item 6: Long Day's Journey Into Night [Film], Embassy Pictures, 1962. 11 x 14" Lobby CardsAdd to your cart.
Originally located in Box 22, Folder 4
Item 7: Long Day's Journey Into Night [Film], Embassy Pictures, 1962. Exhibitor's Showmanship ManualAdd to your cart.
Originally located in Box 22, Folder 4
Item 8: The Long Voyage Home [Film], United Artists, 1940. 14 x 18" Window CardAdd to your cart.
Originally located in Box 22, Folder 15
Item 9: The Long Voyage Home [Film], United Artists, 1940. Press BookAdd to your cart.
Originally located in Box 22, Folder 15
Item 10: Mourning Becomes Electra [Film], RKO, 1947. 11 x 14" Lobby CardsAdd to your cart.
Originally located in Box 24, Folder 5
Item 11: Strange Interlude [Theatrical], John Golden Theatre, Opened: Monday, January 30, 1928, Original New York Production. 13.25 x 10.25 Signed Vandamm PhotographAdd to your cart.
Originally located in Box 25, Folder 1
Item 12: Where the Cross is Made [Theatrical], Playwrights' Theatre, Opened: Friday, April 23, 1920. Theatre ProgramAdd to your cart.
Originally located in Box 26, Folder 10
Box 31Add to your cart.
Item 1: Days Without End [Theatrical], Henry Miller's Theatre, Opened: Monday, January 8, 1934, Original New York production. 13 x 22" Window CardAdd to your cart.
Originally located in Box 18, Folder 10
Item 2: The Great God Brown [Theatrical], Lyceum Theatre, Opened: Tuesday, December 5, 1972.  Window CardAdd to your cart.
Originally located in Box 20, Folder 7.
Item 3: Hughie [Theatrical], Golden Theatre, Opened: Tuesday, February 11, 1975. 14 x 22" Window CardAdd to your cart.
Originally located in Box 20, Folder 19
Item 4: The Iceman Cometh [Theatrical], Martin Beck Theatre, Opened: Wednesday, October 9, 1946, Original New York Production. 14 x 22" Window CardAdd to your cart.
Originally located in Box 21, Folder 1
Item 5: Long Day's Journey Into Night [Theatrical], Promenade Theatre, Opened: Wednesday, April 21, 1971. 14 x 22" Window CardAdd to your cart.
Originally located in Box 22, Folder 5
Item 6: Marco Millions [Theatrical], Guild Theatre, Opened: Monday, January 9, 1928, Original New York Production. 14 x 22" Window CardAdd to your cart.
Originally located in Box 22, Folder 21
Item 7: A Moon for the Misbegotten [Theatrical], Morosco Theatre, Opened: Friday, December 28, 1973. 14 x 22" Window CardAdd to your cart.
Originally located in Box 23, Folder 5
Item 8: More Stately Mansions [Theatrical], Broadhurst Theatre, Opened: Tuesday, October 31, 1967, Original New York Production. 14 x 22" Window CardAdd to your cart.
Originally located in Box 24, Folder 1-2
Item 9: Mourning Becomes Electra [Theatrical], Guild Theatre, Opened: Monday, October 26, 1931, Original New York Production. 14 x 22" Window CardAdd to your cart.
Originally located in Box 24, Folder 3
Item 10: Strange Interlude [Theatrical], John Golden Theatre, Opened: Monday, January 30, 1928, Original New York Production. 13 x 21" Window CardAdd to your cart.
Originally located in Box 25, Folder 1
Item 11: Strange Interlude [Theatrical], Hudson Theatre, Opened: Monday, March 11, 1963. 14 x 22" Window Card, Martin Beck TheatreAdd to your cart.
Originally located in Box 25, Folder 8
Item 12: A Touch of the Poet [Theatrical], Helen Hayes Theatre, Opened: Wednesday, December 28, 1977. 14 x 22" Window CardAdd to your cart.
Originally located in Box 26, Folder 5

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[Series 1: Correspondence from Eugene O'Neill, 1918-1946],
[Series 2: Manuscripts by Eugene O'Neill, 1910-1967],
[Series 3: Correspondence and Documents Related to the Work of Eugene O'Neill, 1924-1961],
[Series 4: Photographs, 1893-2000],
[Series 5: Materials Related to Premier Eugene O'Neill Productions, 1919-2012],
[Series 6: Materials Related to Secondary Eugene O'Neill Productions, 1890-2018],
[Series 7: Materials Related to Eugene O’Neill’s Personal Life, 1907-1912, not dated],
[Series 8: Materials By Others Relating to Eugene O'Neill, 1879-2014, not dated],
[Series 9: Web Content],
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