Guide to the Federal Theatre Project collection, 1885-1986

Federal Theatre Project collection C0002


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Descriptive Summary

Repository George Mason University. Libraries. Special Collections & Archives
Creator Federal Theatre Project (U.S.)
Title Federal Theatre Project collection
Bulk Date 1935-1939
Inclusive Date circa 1885-1986
Physical Characteristics 185.0 linear feet (371 boxes)
Abstract The Federal Theatre Project collection contains administrative records, play service and research records, library records, production records, and costumes created or collected by the Federal Theatre Project from 1935 to 1939. A few items in the collection were created before or after this time period but directly relate to the 1930s material. This collection consists of original materials with some duplicates and photocopies.
Collection Number C0002
Language English

Historical Information

The Federal Theatre Project was a division of the Works Progress Administration (WPA), which provided employment for large numbers of artists, writers, and performers during the Great Depression (1929-1939). The Federal Theatre began in 1935 and, until its end in 1939, flourished as the first and only federally sponsored and subsidized theater program in the United States. Directed by Hallie Flanagan (1880-1969), it was a way for theatrical professionals to gain employment during the Depression. Jobs were provided for many people, including actors, playwrights, scene designers, scene builders, seamstresses, lighting experts, ushers, box-office men, and stagehands.

Like many New Deal programs implemented by President Franklin D. Roosevelt, the Federal Theatre Project was intended not only to benefit its participants, but also to enrich the condition of the nation. Theater was a distinguished part of American popular culture, but the economic downturn of the Depression had bankrupted the entire theater industry. As the theater houses closed down, the nation was left without an outlet for theatrical creativity. According to Hallie Flanagan, this hurt the nation as much as it hurt the theater industry - indeed, the nation was their audience and the theater could provide entertaining distractions from the effects of Depression as well as offer commentary on present conditions.

But it was not enough to simply return to the pre-Depression concept of theater. In the first meeting with her staff Flanagan expressed her willingness to follow Roosevelt's experimental approach to public policy: "In a changing world, a world of experiment, the stage too must experiment - with ideas, with the psychological relationship of men and women, with color and light.... The theatre must grow up."

Flanagan pursued her ideal of developing the relationship between the Federal Theatre and the federal government: "Any theatre sponsored by the government of the United States should do no plays of a cheap, trivial, outworn or vulgar nature, but only such plays as the Government can stand proudly behind in a planned theatrical program, national in scope, regional in emphasis, and American in democratic attitude." To Flanagan, it was imperative that this new theater should be progressive and experimental, yet within a patriotic and informative framework.

The productions that best embodied Flanagan's views on theater were the Living Newspapers. These hard-hitting, poignant plays dealt with contemporary factual material, dramatizing issues such as housing, agriculture, labor, and destitution. Always ending on an upbeat note, Living Newspapers underscored the importance of hard work and morality in overcoming difficult times. Living Newspaper titles include: Triple A Plowed Under, Injunction Granted, One Third of a Nation, and Spirocheta.

The Federal Theatre was noted for employing black Americans at a time when the Federal Government did not actively protect the rights of minorities. The "Negro Theater" (as it was called in the 1930s) was an established industry before the Depression, and it greatly contributed to the success of the Federal Theatre Project. Some of the most spectacular productions were put on by black theater professionals, for example: Macbeth, Haiti, Turpentine, Run Little Chillun, and The Trial of Dr. Beck.

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Scope and Content

The Federal Theatre Project collection contains administrative records, play service and research records, library records, production records, and costumes created or collected by the Federal Theatre Project from 1935 to 1939. A few items in the collection were created before or after this time period but directly relate to the 1930s material. This collection consists of original materials with some duplicates and photocopies.

Series 1 contains correspondence, memoranda, reports, inventories, reorganization plans, briefs, and speeches relating to the background organization, policies, services, and procedures of the Federal Theatre Project (FTP). Publications featuring articles on productions and organizational activities such as Federal Theatre are included in this series. Personnel file information such as biographical and employee tests are also included, as is research studies of the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC), Federal Art Project (FAP) and the Historical Records Survey (HRS). This series is arranged alphabetically.

Series 2 is titled Play Service and Research Records and comprises two subseries. Subseries 2.1 contains research on drama, theatre technique, and theatre operations. This subseries is arranged alphabetically. Subseries 2.2 is titled Play Reader Reports and contains thousands of reports completed by the Federal Theatre for possible production or inclusion in play lists. This subseries is loosely arranged alphabetically by play title. Some duplicate material.

Series 3 is titled Library Records and consists of three subseries: Playscripts, Radio scripts, and Play lists. Subseries 3.1 includes hundreds of playscripts from over 900 productions performed or considered for production from around the United States. Most of the scripts are in English but some are in Yiddish or Italian. Some duplicate material. Arranged alphabetically by title. Subseries 3.2 includes radio scripts. Series of shows include topics such as art, children's shows, mysteries, health, music, history, and science. Arranged alphabetically by series and single broadcast title. Subseries 3.3 consists of play lists. These lists were created to aid play selection among the various units of the Federal Theatre. Lists are arranged alphabetically by subject categories such as children's plays, historical drama, holidays, minstrel shows, operettas, puppet plays, and vaudeville.

Series 4 is titled Production Records and consists of three subseries: Production Title File, Playbills and Programs, and Music File. Subseries 4.1 includes memoranda, production bulletins, publicity, and reports relating to play productions. Each production bulletin contains some or all of the following: synopsis, director's report, set and costume designs, lighting scheme, blueprints, photographs, program, reviews, royalty information, and a script. Arranged alphabetically by title. Subseries 4.2 includes programs, heralds, handbills, and other announcements of FTP productions on different sized and colored paper. The first section of this subseries is arranged alphabetically by state in which the performance was produced and then it is arranged alphabetically by play title. The second section is arranged alphabetically by play title. There may be duplicates between the two arrangements. Subseries 4.3 includes manuscript scores and parts for multiple Federal Theatre productions. Resource material used for reference purposes for play productions and Federal Theatre units and regions throughout the United States consists of mostly printed music and is found under "miscellaneous". Chiefly arranged alphabetically by title and then according to standard orchestral instrument order. Some duplicates.

Series 5 is titled Costumes and includes two coats and two pairs of pants created and used by the Federal Theatre Project.

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Arrangement

Organized into five series:

Series 1: Administrative Records, 1935-1939 (Boxes 1-5, 361, 365-366, 368)
Series 2: Play Service and Research Records, 1935-1939 (Boxes 5-105)
Series 3: Library Records, 1885-1986 (Boxes 106-306)
Series 4: Production Records, 193-193 (Boxes 307-363, 366-367)
Series 5: Costumes, circa 1935-1939 (Boxes 369-371)

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Restrictions

Access Restrictions

Collection is open to research.

Use Restrictions

There are no restrictions.

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Related Material

Special Collections and Archives holds the Federal Theatre Project photograph collection, as well as numerous personal records and oral histories.

The scripts are also available as a series in the FTP digital collection.

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Index Terms

Corporate Names:

Federal Theatre Project (U.S.)

Subjects:

New Deal, 1933-1939.
Political plays, American.
Theater--United States.

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Administrative Information

Alternative Form Available

The scripts are also available as a series in the WRLC Federal Theatre Project collection. There are also additional documents from this and other GMU FTP collections in the Federal Theatre Project collection.

Preferred Citation

Federal Theatre Project collection, Collection #C0002, Special Collections and Archives, George Mason University Libraries.

Acquisition Information

Donated by the Library of Congress.

Processing Information

Processed by Special Collections and Archives staff. Reprocessed and EAD completed in 2012 by Greta Kuriger.

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Contents List

Series 1: Administrative Records, 1935-1939 (boxes 1-5, 361, 365-366, 368)
Series 1 contains correspondence, memoranda, reports, inventories, reorganization plans, briefs, and speeches relating to the background organization, policies, services, and procedures of the Federal Theatre Project (FTP). Publications featuring articles on productions and organizational activities such as Federal Theatre are included in this series. Personnel file information such as biographical and employee tests are also included as is research studies of the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC), Federal Art Project (FAP) and the Historical Records Survey (HRS). This series is arranged alphabetically.
Box Folder
1 1 Anderson, Maxwell - biographical notes, circa 1938
2 Authors' rights on Federal Theatre (FT) tentative plan, October 14, 1938
Box Folder
365 9 Backstage vol. 2, no. 3, May-June 1936
10 Backstage vol. 2, no. 5, circa 1936
Box Folder
366 1 Backstage vol. 2, no. 6, circa 1936
2 Backstage vol. 2, no. 7, January 1937
Box Folder
1 3 Bair report: Educational aspects of the Federal Theatre Project, September 12-15, 1937
4 Brief by Hallie Flanagan for the Committee of Patents, House of Representatives, February 8, 1938
The House Committee on Un-American Activities (HUAC)
Box Folder
366 3 Callboard vol. 1, no. 2, March 1, 1936
Box Folder
368 6 Checkbook register of Audrey F. McMahon (1 of 2), 1940s
McMahon was the Regional Administrator of the WPA Art Project. This item was found with Library of Congress Federal Theatre Project materials but is not related to the FTP.
7 Checkbook register of Audrey F. McMahon (2 of 2), 1940s
McMahon was the Regional Administrator of the WPA Art Project. This item was found with Library of Congress Federal Theatre Project materials but is not related to the FTP.
Box Folder
1 5 "Children's Lives Enriched by Theatre", circa 1935-1939
6 The Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) and the Federal Theatre relationship, information sheet, circa 1936-1937
7 The Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) and the Federal Theatre relationship, information sheet, circa 1936-1937
8 Communism and the Federal Theatre by Emmet Lavery, October 7, 1938
9 Community drama report, 1938
10 Conkle, E. P. - biography and bibliography, circa 1936
Box Folder
366 4 Continental Theatre Bulletin, October 1938
5 Continental Theatre Bulletin, November 1938
6 Continental Theatre Bulletin, December 1938
Box Folder
1 11 Correspondence (play service), 1936-1938
12 Correspondence (play reviews and lists), 1936-1938
13 Correspondence to Hallie Flanagan, January 28, 1937
Box Folder
366 7 The Dawn vol. 1, no. 8, August 1938
Box Folder
1 14 Director's letter no. 1 - amendment to director's letter no. 5, New York, New York, October 11, 1937
15 Duplication request, March 24, 1938
16 Educational aspects of the FTP, Washington D.C., September 12-15, 1937
17 Federal Art Project - Index of American Design (bibliography), August 1936
18 (Program of) Federal Arts Projects for the city of New York June 25-July 1, 1938, 1938
19 Federal Theatre bulletin (vol. 1 no. 1, 3rd printing), February 25, 1936 (first printing November 25, 1935)
20 Federal Theatre bulletin (vol. 1 no. 2) (4 copies, 1 photocopy), December 1935
21 Federal Theatre bulletin (vol. 1 no. 3) (3 copies, 1 photocopy), January 1936
22 Federal Theatre bulletin (vol. 1 no. 4) (3 copies, 1 photocopy), March 1936
23 Federal Theatre bulletin (vol. 1 no. 5) (3 copies, 1 photocopy), April 1936
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2 1 Federal Theatre bulletin (vol. 1 no. 6) (4 copies, 1 photocopy), circa 1936
2 Federal Theatre bulletin (vol. 2 no. 1) (6 copies, 1 photocopy), circa 1936-1937
3 Federal Theatre bulletin (vol. 2 no. 2) (4 copies), circa 1936-1937
4 Federal Theatre bulletin (vol. 2 no. 3) (5 copies, 1 photocopy), 1937
5 Federal Theatre bulletin (vol. 2 no. 4) (5 copies, 1 photocopy), April 1937
6 Federal Theatre bulletin (vol. 2 no. 5) (3 copies), June 1937
7 Federal Theatre: a brief review October 1935 - January 1939, January 1939
Box Folder
366 8 Federal Theatre in the south, October 1936
Box Folder
2 8 Federal Theatre report (excerpts from National Director's report), January 1939
9 Federal Theatre: First Federal summer theatre, a report (2 copies, 1 photocopy), circa 1937
10 Federal Theatre: National policy board: agenda (3 copies), circa 1935-1939
Box Folder
3 1 Federal Theatre: Summary of Federal Theatre activities to September 1938, 1938
2 Federal Theatre supply, works projects numbers, circa 1935-1939
3 Forms (blank) casting, circa 1935-1939
4 Forms (blank) FTP, letterheads, form letters, circa 1936-1937
5 Forms (blank) FTP / WPA blank forms, circa 1935-1937
6 Forms (blank) WPA 15 different forms, 1935-1939
7 Hallie Flanagan and FTP, November 1938
8 Highlights of the first production of the NYC unit of the Federal Theatre (conference held at Poughkeepsie), July 22-24, 1936
9 Instructions for Federal Theatre Projects by Hallie Flanagan, October 24, 1935 - May 1936
10 Inventory: An appraisal of results of the WPA (3 copies), 1938
11 Is this the time and place? - first meeting of the regional directors and Hallie Flanagan, October 8, 1935
12 Photographic division, inventory, May 14, 1937
13 Letter: George Kondolf to employees, October 11, 1937
14 Letters of commendation from WPA drama units, 1937-1939
15 Letters of recommendation, 1937-1938
Box Folder
4 1 Memo outline of department work; Report on foreign born citizens; Weekly news letter 1938
2 Memo to directors, actors, designers, and producers on FTP (insert publication First Federal Summer Theatre, a report) by Hallie Flanagan, circa 1938
Box Folder
366 9 Murder in the Federal Theatre, March 1938
Box Folder
4 3 National Play Bureau publications catalog, September 1937
4 National Service Bureau basic policies, January 10, 1939
5 New plays and musicals: first productions by FTP, 1936-1937
6 New York Times article: Federal Theatre - something of what it has been doing under Mrs. Flanagan's leadership, May 2, 1937
7 Organization chart, New York projects, circa 1935-1939
Organization chart,
Organization chart, 1935-1939
Box Folder
363 Organization chart (oversize, handwritten), circa 1939-1980s
Box Folder
4 8 Play Bureau (description of), 1936, 1938
9 Play policy board meeting: Washington DC, April 8, 1937
Includes: NCWC news service - Aims and achievements of drama groups discussed by speakers at conference (National Catholic Theater Conference); pages from "Highlights of the first production conference of the NYC unit of the FT"
10 Play service - Miscellaneous administration materials, June 21, 1937
11 Plays for booking, circa 1935-1939
12 Playwriting tests (personnel employment), circa 1935-1939
Box Folder
368 1 The Prompter, November 1936
Box Folder
4 13 The Prompter (LA) (photocopies), November-December 1936
Box Folder
361 Publications, 1934-1939
Issues of New Theatre (1934-1936).
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4 14 Radio: Story of the Federal Theatre radio division, January 20, 1939
15 Reorganization of the Play Bureau, July-September, 1936
16 A review of the productivity and service of the Play Bureau, 1936
17 Speakers Bureau: Federal arts projects for NYC, 1939
Box Folder
368 2 Special committee to investigate un-American activities brief (1 of 3), circa 1938
3 Special committee to investigate un-American activities brief (2 of 3), circa 1938
4 Special committee to investigate un-American activities brief (3 of 3), circa 1938
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4 18 State, County and Local Historical Survey. Prompt-books 1709-1935 vol. 1, NYPL compiled by James D. Barton, 1936
19 State, County and Local Historical Survey. Prompt-books 1709-1935 vol. 1, NYPL compiled by James D. Barton, 1936
20 State, County and Local Historical Survey. Prompt-books 1709-1935 vol. 2, NYPL compiled by James D. Barton, 1936
21 State, County and Local Historical Survey. Prompt-books 1774-1931 Museum of the City of New York compiled by James D. Barton, 1936
Box Folder
5 1 Technical survey form for buildings and equipment, circa 1935-1939
2 The Theatre Abroad v. 1 no. 4, January - February 1939
3 Theatre and Geography by Hallie Flanagan (article from Magazine of Art), August 1938
4 "A theatre for the people" by H. Flanagan from the American Magazine of Art, January 1937
5 To be done list, circa 1935-1939
6 Unassigned actors, June-November 1937
Box Folder
361 Unemployed arts, May 1937
Oversize color reprint of article from Fortune
Box Folder
5 7 Works Progress Administration, University tour, National Collegiate Advisory Committee, circa 1935-1939
8 The Works Progress Administration players progress (editorial from Nassau Daily Star), May 23, 1936
Series 2: Play Service and Research Records, 1935-1939 (boxes 5-105)
Series 2 is titled Play Service and Research Records and comprises two subseries. Subseries 2.1 contains research on drama, theatre technique, and theatre operations. This subseries is arranged alphabetically. Subseries 2.2 is titled Play Reader Reports and contains thousands of reports completed by the Federal Theatre for possible production or inclusion in play lists. This subseries is loosely arranged alphabetically by play title. Some duplicate material.
Subseries 2.1: Surveys and Studies File, 1935-1939
Subseries 2.1 contains research on drama, theatre technique, and theatre operations. This subseries is arranged alphabetically.
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5 9 Arena Theatre by Bob Russell, circa 1935-1939
10 Better Translate Than Never (rules for translating), 1937
11 Biographical playwrights bibliography, 1935-1939
12 Boulder Dam research, 1939
13 Bureau of Research and Publication background information by Zelma Tiden, circa 1935-1939
14 Caravan theatre and portable frames, June 9, 1938
Caravan theatre and portable frames, 1938-06-09
Contains blueprints and photographs of portable theatres
15 Casting the play, 1935-1936
16 Children in the theatre: an outline and bibliography of juvenile activities in the drama, from ancient Athens to the 18th century by George Ayles, 1936
17 Constitution of the U.S. (bibliography), circa 1937
18 Coxey's Army by Julian Seeber, March 13, 1939
19 Data on the theatre for young spectators at Leningrad, 1937
20 "Do you know Aaron Slick?: a note on the real American theatre" by Merrill Denison, December 16, 1938
21 Donogoo-Tonka (critical opinions), circa 1935-1939
22 Early stage lighting (survey and bibliography), circa 1935-1939
23 The Future of Poetic Drama by T. S. Eliot, circa 1935-1939
24 Ground plans and elevation, circa 1935-1939
Box Folder
6 1 History of the City of Chicago (for Dance production), May 5, 1938
2 History of the Drama Series: outlines for class study, 1937-1938
3 Hungarian theatre (The 1937-1938 theatrical season of Budapest surveyed by Elsie Gardoni), 1938-1939
4 Immigration research, 1938
5 Incidents during the childhood of Harriet (Ross) Tubman, which shaped her future career by M. S. Willie, June 5-8, 1939
6 Indian story-telling, circa 1935-1939
7 Introductions for Prologue to Glory, One Third of a Nation, Haiti, circa 1935-1939
8 Is Bernard Shaw a Dramatist? by Archibald Henderson, circa 1935-1939
9 The Life of Jesse James - research done by Arthur Vogel, circa 1935-1939
10 Mexican-Hispanic drama, 1936
11 Miniature Theatre models (publication); Bibliography of handbooks on play productions for amateurs, 1938
12 Miscellaneous (The Family Circle magazine excerpt), 1939
13 Miscellaneous research / PRR / play list material, circa 1935-1939
14 "A history of the negro in the American theatre" by John D. Silvera, September 7, 1938; April 27, 1939
15 Negro material, May 1938 - June 1939
16 Organizing drama interests (pamphlet), 1937
17 Projects for original scenario of a dance drama, May 12, 1938
18 A Puppeteers Guide by Ralph Cheese and Amy Creasy, circa 1935-1939
19 Radio bibliography, circa 1938
20 Railroad research, August 26-September 2, 1938
21 Russian drama / Russian Children's Theatre, 1935-1936
22 6 degrees of crime synopsis, circa 1935-1939
23 Southwestern Folk History - FTP of OK, April 1939
24 Southwestern Folk History - FTP of OK, April 1939
Box Folder
7 1 Southwestern Folk History - FTP of OK, April 1939
2 Spanish theatre research, 1935-1936
3 Suggested script for FTP, circa 1935-1939
4 Summary of critical opinion of FTP's One-Third of a Nation and the Roslyn Repertory, January 1938
5 Survey of ideas relating to dramatic technique (1 of 2), 1939
6 Survey of ideas relating to dramatic technique (2 of 2), 1939
7 Survey of ideas relating to dramatic technique, circa 1939
8 Survey on community drama, sponsored by the National Service Bureau of the FTP under the directorship of George A. Terwilliger, July-September 1938
9 Technical books (textbooks on theatre bibliography), 1939
10 Theatre technique 1: make-up, October 1937
11 Theatre technique 2: costume, November 1937
Box Folder
8 1 Theatre Technique #3: Puppets and masks; Theatre Technique #4: Drama in Religion, December 1937, November 1938
2 Theatre Technique #4: Drama in Religion, November 1938
Subseries 2.2: Play Reader Reports, 1935-1939
Subseries 2.2 contains thousands of reports completed by the Federal Theatre for possible production or inclusion in play lists. This subseries is loosely arranged alphabetically by play title.
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8 3 A La Carte - Aunt Jerusha's Quilting Party, 1935-1938
4 A La Creole - And Sendeth Rain, 1937-1939
5 Aftermath - At the Talkies, 1936-1939
6 The Adventure of Betty - The Assumption of Hannele, 1935-1939
7 Adoramus Te - Aunt Drusilla's Garden, 1935-1939
8 Ambition - The Anniversary, 1936-1938
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9 1 Adeste Fideles - April is the Cruellest Month, 1936-1939
2 The Aye's Have it - The Apple Cart, 1935-1939
3 The Alchemist - Always the Same, 1936-1938
4 The Area Door - Aristoorate, 1936-1939
5 Arry and 'Arriet - The Arch of Success, 1936-1939
6 All Clear - Awake and Sing, 1936-1939
7 Abe's First Fish - The Awakening, 1936-1939
Box Folder
10 1 Abigail and Nabal - Automatenbueffett, 1937-1939
2 Abigail and Nabal - Awake and Sing, 1936-1939
3 Absent-minded - Autumn Fires, 1936-1939
4 The Acharnians - The Awakening, 1936-1939
5 Abelard and Heloise - Axel and Valborg, 1936-1939
6 Are You a Mason? - Awakening, 1937-1939
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11 1 Above all Else, Liberty! - Awake and Sing!, 1936-1938
2 Abraham Lincoln - At the Hawk's Well, 1936-1938
3 Anathema - At the Sign of the Greedy Pig, 1936-1939
4 Across the River - April in August, circa 1935-1939
5 Aaron Burr - The Ageless Enemy, 1935-1939
6 Adoption of the Constitution - The Albany Depot, 1936-1939
7 Achachila - Apron Strings, 1936-1938
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12 1 The Adventure of Everychild - The Awakening of Spring, 1936-1939
2 Abraham Lincoln - At the Library, 1936-1938
3 All in a Day - An Author in the Family, 1936-1938
4 Angel Food - Aunt Susie Shoots, 1936-1939
5 Aboard a Slow Train - Aw, Gee, circa 1935-1939
6 Academic Ballyhoo - Aunt Jennie and the Quarterback, circa 1935-1939
7 Abie was a Sick Man - The Awkward Maid, circa 1935-1939
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13 1 Ajax - America's Cradle Song, circa 1935-1939
2 Afraid of the Dark - At Valley Forge, circa 1935-1939
3 Among the Gods - An Arizona Cowboy, circa 1935-1939
4 Ahasverus - Autumn Revolt, circa 1935-1939
5 Always the Shepherd - The Anchor's Weighed, circa 1935-1939
6 Another People - Arrowsmith, circa 1935-1939
7 An Abandoned Elopement - Aye, Aye Sir, circa 1935-1939
8 A Bit of Nonsense - At Last Civilized, 1936-1938
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14 1 A, circa 1935-1939
2 A duplicates, circa 1935-1939
3 A duplicates, circa 1935-1939
4 Aria da Capo - Arizona Dude Ranch, 1934-1939
5 Aunt Mahaly - Aunt Polly, 1936-1939
6 Aunt Sally - Aunt Tillie, 1936-1938
7 Auntie up, 1936
8 Apostrophe in a Modern Dress, 1936
9 Au Petit Tianon, 1936
10 Au Revoir - Aurora and Tithonus, 1936
11 Appearances - Apron Strings, 1935-1939
12 An Arab - Areme Meluchah, 1937-1939
13 The Antick - August, 1935-1939
14 At - Aulularia, 1936-1938
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15 1 The Antidote - The Apostles Creed, 1936-1938
2 The Answer - Azteca, 1936-1939
3 Babouska Sees it Through - The Battle of Rollin Bones, circa 1935-1939
4 BAB - Boss for a Day, circa 1935-1939
5 Barbara - The Brink of Glory, circa 1935-1939
Box Folder
16 1 Babies - Byrd Life, circa 1935-1939
2 The Bucktails - Buy Buy Baby, circa 1935-1939
3 Babouk - Bread, circa 1935-1939
4 The Brave and the Blind - Bridge Head, circa 1935-1939
5 The Breaking of the Calm - Brothers All, circa 1935-1939
Box Folder
17 1 The Broken Banjo - Brother Rat, circa 1935-1939
2 Broadway - Brownstone, circa 1935-1939
3 Blood is Thicker - The Blue Ribbon, circa 1935-1939
4 Blow Whistle - The Box in the Library, circa 1935-1939
5 The Box of Pandora - A Bowery Restaurant, circa 1935-1939
Box Folder
18 1 Book of Plays for Little Actors - Boundless As the Sea, circa 1935-1939
2 The Boardwalk - Boy Meets Girl, circa 1935-1939
3 Beauty and the Beast - Better Than Nothing, circa 1935-1939
4 Best Man Wins - Blue Rose, circa 1935-1939
5 Big Heart Herbert - The Blot, circa 1935-1939
Box Folder
19 1 The Black Power - Blind Alley, circa 1935-1939
2 The Burgomaster of Stilemonde - Burnt Offering, circa 1935-1939
3 Bubbles - Buy 50 Steel, circa 1935-1939
4 Because - Behold My Son, circa 1935-1939
5 Because - Before Morning, circa 1935-1939
6 Be Happy and Like it - Beyond the Horizon, circa 1935-1939
Box Folder
20 1 Back of the Yards - The Ball Rolls, circa 1935-1939
2 The Ballad of the City - A Barrel of Fun, circa 1935-1939
3 The Bad Egg - Busman, 1936-1939
4 Barge Incident; Bunker Hill, circa 1935-1939
5 Call Him Joseph - The Crystal Vase, circa 1935-1939
6 The Cat O'Nine Tails - Crowsnest, 1936-1939
7 Cosmetics - The Coward, circa 1935-1939
8 Co-op - Cotton Blossom, circa 1935-1939
9 College Contest Plays, 1937
Box Folder
21 1 Coming Home for Christmas - Confrontation, circa 1935-1939
2 Columbia - Comrade Tsatskin, circa 1935-1939
3 Coats - Counsellor-at-Law, circa 1935-1939
4 Calcutta, the Fourth of May - Come Summer, circa 1935-1939
5 Cain and Abel - Call of Love, circa 1935-1939
6 The Cage - Cripples, circa 1935-1939
7 Cabal of Hate - Crowsnest, circa 1935-1939
Box Folder
22 1 A Can of Gas - Cyclops, circa 1935-1939
2 Calling all Angels - The Cycle of Spring, circa 1935-1939
3 The Captain - Curse, circa 1935-1939
4 The Camberley Triangle - The Cat in the Bag, circa 1935-1939
5 A Cap and Bells - Captain What-the-Devil, circa 1935-1939
6 Cap and Gun - The Cat's Meow, circa 1935-1939
Box Folder
23 1 The Castle of Mr. Simpson - The Cheerful Laundress, circa 1935-1939
2 The Call to Arms - Cynthia, circa 1935-1939
3 Clothes Make the Man - Cyankali, circa 1935-1939
4 The Call to Arms - China Marches On, circa 1935-1939
5 The Chi House - Clutching Hands, circa 1935-1939
Box Folder
24 1 The Cid - Clown, circa 1935-1939
2 The Chinese Usurer in his Village - Civil Death, circa 1935-1939
3 Chana - Christina from Sweden, circa 1935-1939
4 Christmas Trimming; Choephon, 1936; 1939
5 The Dance-Hall Girl - Dynamo, circa 1935-1939
6 The Dancing Bears - The Dwarf Trees, circa 1935-1939
7 De Battle Axe - Devil's Island, circa 1935-1939
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25 1 The Diamond Horseshoe - Divorce Preferred, circa 1935-1939
2 Dad Please Diet - The Devil's Field, circa 1935-1939
3 Dark Comet - The Devil on Stilts, circa 1935-1939
4 Daddies - The Doctor Runs Away, circa 1935-1939
5 Doctor - Donner, circa 1935-1939
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26 1 Dr. Simpleton - Dotty and Daffy, circa 1935-1939
2 Double-Cross Patch - Drought, circa 1935-1939
3 The Druid Oak - The Dyspetic Core, circa 1935-1939
4 Dark Emperor - Duty, circa 1935-1939
5 Dark Prelude - Days to Come, circa 1935-1939
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27 1 Demand for Loosing Faith - The Daughter, circa 1935-1939
2 Democracy - Dust, circa 1935-1939
3 David - The Dybbuk, circa 1935-1939
4 The Decimal Point - The Devil on Stilts, circa 1935-1939
5 Dusky Clouds - Dragon's Teeth, circa 1935-1939
6 Distant Drums - David and Goliath, circa 1935-1939
7 Doctor Benjamin Franklin - Downside Up, circa 1935-1939
8 Damn Nature - Drunk on Silk, circa 1935-1939
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28 1 The Dance-Hall Girl - Dybbuk, circa 1935-1939
2 Days without End - Dynamo, circa 1935-1939
3 D-298 - The Dummy, circa 1935-1939
4 The Dictator, 1937
5 Dramatist Guild Contest Play, October - December 1937
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105 3 Dramatist Guild Contest Play with memoranda, 1938
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28 6 D, circa 1935-1939
7 D, circa 1935-1939
8 Daphne Bee and the Sheep, circa 1935-1939
9 The Eagle's Young - Eve, circa 1935-1939
10 The Eternal Longing - The Eyes of the Old, circa 1935-1939
Box Folder
29 1 Epaminondas and His Mammy - Eve-Volution, circa 1935-1939
2 Each in His Own Way - Explaining Elizabeth, circa 1935-1939
3 The Emperor's Test - Exiled in Eden, circa 1935-1939
4 The Enlightened Age - Exaltation or Crisis, circa 1935-1939
5 Elastic Bands - Essie Tweed, circa 1935-1939
6 Each Brings His Gift - The Enemy, circa 1935-1939
Box Folder
30 1 An Early American - Exiles, circa 1935-1939
2 Easter Sunrise Service - The Engineer, circa 1935-1939
3 Each with His Own God - Echoes of New York Town, circa 1935-1939
4 Each His Own Place - Empire, circa 1935-1939
5 An Earthly Adventure - The Enemy, circa 1935-1939
6 The Enchanted Maze - Eyes That Cannot See, circa 1935-1939
7 The Era of Nicholas the First, circa 1935-1939
Box Folder
31 1 Enter the Hero - Eyvind of the Hills, circa 1935-1939
2 Empire - Eve-Volution, circa 1935-1939
3 Envy - Eyes, 1936-1939
4 Form Room Plays - The Fund Solicitor, circa 1935-1939
5 The Fire in the Opera House - The Forest, circa 1935-1939
6 The Face in the Mirror - Finess, circa 1935-1939
Box Folder
32 1 Faint Perfume - The Fastest Thing Afloat, circa 1935-1939
2 The Fall of the British Tyranny - The Fatal Women, circa 1935-1939
3 Famile - The Frog Prince, circa 1935-1939
4 Freedom of the Soul - Friday Afternoon in our School, circa 1935-1939
5 Frankfort Chronicle - Freckleways on the Air, circa 1935-1939
Box Folder
33 1 Falling Star - The First Man, circa 1935-1939
2 Family - The Fifteenth Candle, circa 1935-1939
3 The Face - Furnished to Let, circa 1935-1939
4 Face to Face with the Mike - Fugitives from Heaven, circa 1935-1939
5 Fourteen Hundred and Ninety-Two - Future Indefinite, circa 1935-1939
Box Folder
34 1 For His Name's Sake - Four Cents, circa 1935-1939
2 Foxtrot and Waltz Time - The Fruite of Peace, circa 1935-1939
3 For Distinguished Service - Forgotten Generation, circa 1935-1939
4 Flood in the Delta - Fools Holiday, circa 1935-1939
5 Fix Bayonets - Foam Net, circa 1935-1939
Box Folder
35 1 Faint Perfume - Fish to Nuts, circa 1935-1939
2 False Pretenses - Fish, circa 1935-1939
3 "F" is for Family - Fully Explained, circa 1935-1939
4 The Farmer's Wife - Feeding the Spirits, circa 1935-1939
5 Falsely Accused - Furer and Co., 1936-1939
6 A Good Woman - The Great White Spirit, circa 1935-1939
Box Folder
36 1 The Golden Staff - The Grandfather, circa 1935-1939
2 The Greater Glory - Green Stockings, circa 1935-1939
3 The Green Stone - The Gypsy's Prophecy, circa 1935-1939
4 The Giant and the Biscuits - Goldilocks the Door, circa 1935-1939
Box Folder
37 1 Get Rich P-D-Q - Goblin Gold, circa 1935-1939
2 Gabriel Grub - Genifrede, circa 1935-1939
3 Gabriel's Eve - "The Guilt" or The Gypsy's Prophecy, circa 1935-1939
4 The Gray Lady - The Gypsy Rover, circa 1935-1939
5 The Goblin and the Huckster's Jam - The Gravy Train, circa 1935-1939
Box Folder
38 1 G-Men - Goat Without Horns, circa 1935-1939
2 Gabbatha - Greene and Morgan on the Yadkin, circa 1935-1939
3 Genendel the Pious - Gypsy Fires, circa 1935-1939
4 Galileo Galilei - The Gray Friar, circa 1935-1939
Box Folder
39 1 Gabriel and the Hour Book - God's Outcast, circa 1935-1939
2 Gasoline Gypsies - The Girl from Greenwich Village, circa 1935-1939
3 The Girl from Hollywood - The Goblin and the Princess, circa 1935-1939
4 The Goblin and the Princess - The Good Bad Man, circa 1935-1939
5 Goodbye Again - The Great Barrington, circa 1935-1939
Box Folder
40 1 Going on Seventeen - The Great Golden Image Drama, circa 1935-1939
2 The Gamblers - Gymnazie, 1935-1939
3 Greek plays, 1939
4 Hadassah Women go on a spree - Huskin's Bee Minstrels, circa 1935-1939
5 Hank Hangs out the Wash - Humor a la Carte, circa 1935-1939
6 Heart Overboard - Hero's Award, circa 1935-1939
Box Folder
41 1 A Heart Too Soon Made Glad - The Hypocrite, circa 1935-1939
2 The Hard Rock - His Day Off, circa 1935-1939
3 Hakakoa - Hirschbein's Works, circa 1935-1939
4 Haben - Husbands Three, circa 1935-1939
Box Folder
42 1 He Sits at the Melting Pot - Hurrah! We Live, circa 1935-1939
2 He Came Seeing - The History of Missions, circa 1935-1939
3 Haberdashery for Heather - Hyacinth Halvey, circa 1935-1939
4 Half a League Onward - The Hypocrite, circa 1935-1939
5 The Hoosier School Master - A Howling Success, circa 1935-1939
Box Folder
43 1 Haben - How They Saved the Fort, circa 1935-1939
2 Hebrew - The Hraun Farm, circa 1935-1939
3 He Won't Be the Same Man - Hay Fever, circa 1935-1939
4 Hansel and Gretel - Haven of the Spirit, circa 1935-1939
Box Folder
44 1 Habit - How Come Xmas?, circa 1935-1939
2 Hoppla! Such is Life - How Brightly we Burn, circa 1935-1939
3 Hobson's Choice - Holy Week, circa 1935-1939
4 He Who Gets Slapped - The History of Jacob and Essau, circa 1935-1939
Box Folder
45 1 A Henpecked Hero - Hyam Solomon, American Patriot, circa 1935-1939
2 Haiti - Hymn to the Rising Sun, 1936-1939
3 In the Art Museum - Inga, circa 1935-1939
4 In a Beauty Parlor - In a Sunken Garden, circa 1935-1939
Box Folder
46 1 In Walked Jimmy - Izzy Merchandise, circa 1935-1939
2 It Can't Be Done - It is Time, circa 1935-1939
3 Ien - Iowa Pageants, circa 1935-1939
4 Innocent Lambs - Intermezzo, circa 1935-1939
Box Folder
47 1 Illusion - Indigo Planter's Mirror, circa 1935-1939
2 I Told You So - The International Brigade, circa 1935-1939
3 I am Resurrection - I Swippa Da Street, circa 1935-1939
4 I Apply - It Won't Be Long Now, circa 1935-1939
Box Folder
48 1 I am at Work Again - Israel in the Kitchen, circa 1935-1939
2 I am a Jew - It Shall Not be Again, circa 1935-1939
3 I - It, 1936-1938
4 Jane, Jessie, and Jack - Jubilum, circa 1935-1939
5 Jewish Blood - Justica, circa 1935-1939
Box Folder
49 1 June Madness - Just Ten Days, circa 1935-1939
2 Juice - Jumpin' the Broom, circa 1935-1939
3 A Joke on Santa Claus - Julia Elizabeth, circa 1935-1939
4 John the Baptist - The Jovial Crew, circa 1935-1939
Box Folder
50 1 Jews on the German Stage - John Tells a Bedtime Story, circa 1935-1939
2 Jean Marie - The Jewish Fairy Book, circa 1935-1939
3 Jailbird's Paradise - Jeanne D'arc, circa 1935-1939
4 Jacob - Justice, circa 1935-1939
5 Jack and the Beanstalk - The Junior Silver Treasury, 1936-1938
Box Folder
51 1 The Keys of Calais - Kundamals or the Jasmine Garland, circa 1935-1939
2 The King is Dead - The Kitchen Convention, circa 1935-1939
3 Kathleen O'Nell - King Arthur, circa 1935-1939
4 Kabale und Liebe - Kreutzer Sonata, circa 1935-1939
Box Folder
52 1 Kabnie - Komsomolsk, circa 1935-1939
2 Katy's Kisses - Knowing Everything without Studying, 1936-1938
3 Labor Pains - Lysistrata, circa 1935-1939
4 Ladies of the Jury - Lynggaard & Co., circa 1935-1939
5 Lena Rivers - The Life of Man, circa 1935-1939
Box Folder
53 1 The Life of Riley - The Little Father of the Wilderness, circa 1935-1939
2 The Little Grey Lady - Look Again Angel, circa 1935-1939
3 Ladies and Gentlemen - Lyon Lea, circa 1935-1939
4 Land of Pilgrim's Pride - Love Without Words, circa 1935-1939
Box Folder
54 1 Lioubov Yarovaia - The Little Show-Off, circa 1935-1939
2 The Little Clay Cart - Louis Quinze, circa 1935-1939
3 L to Pay - Lysistrata, circa 1935-1939
4 The Land of Heart's Desire - Love on the Dole, circa 1935-1939
Box Folder
55 1 The Lady who Visits the Osteopach - Lucy Goes A.W.O.L., circa 1935-1939
2 The Lord's Acre - Living Pictures of Historical Figures, circa 1935-1939
3 Life - Listening in on Joe's New Radio, circa 1935-1939
4 The League of Youth - Leonardo Da Vinci, circa 1935-1939
Box Folder
56 1 The Lazy Moon Minstrels - The Learned Ladies, circa 1935-1939
2 Laff That Off - Lux Benigna, circa 1935-1939
3 A Lady - Lady Windermere's Fan, circa 1935-1939
4 Laboremus - Ladies of Creation, circa 1935-1939
Box Folder
57 1 Laburnum Grove - Lysistrata, circa 1935-1939
2 Lolotte - Love Under a Microscope, circa 1935-1939
3 Lars Killed His Son - Lucy Stone, 1936-1938
4 Labor plays, 1936-1938
5 Merton of the Movies - Monsieur Mol, circa 1935-1939
6 Mistress - Monday, 1936-1939
Box Folder
58 1 Monesh - Moon Hangs High, circa 1935-1939
2 The Misadventures of Jimmie - Mock Marriage in Rhyme, circa 1935-1939
3 Miss Marie - Mushkin at the Peace, circa 1935-1939
4 Mable Arrives - Make it Five, circa 1935-1939
5 Mr. Faithful - Mozart's Requiem, circa 1935-1939
Box Folder
59 1 Moon Over Mulberry Street - Mr. Goodyear, circa 1935-1939
2 Maytime in Plymouth - Moonshine, circa 1935-1939
3 Ma Petite - The Melon Thief, circa 1935-1939
4 Madam Kasperl - The Martyr Patriots, circa 1935-1939
Box Folder
60 1 A Man Should Have a Wife - Monsignor's Hour, circa 1935-1939
2 The Masquerader - Medium Well Done, circa 1935-1939
3 The Meek Shall Inherit - The Merchant of Venice, circa 1935-1939
4 The More Man - Mr. Thousand, circa 1935-1939
Box Folder
61 1 Minnie Field - The Mysterious Mrs. Updyke, circa 1935-1939
2 Martin Luther, Protestant - A Much Married Coon, circa 1935-1939
3 The Middle - My Father Says, circa 1935-1939
Box Folder
62 1 My First 2000 Years - The Mystery of Meaux, circa 1935-1939
2 Manhattan Roof - Mystery on Parade, circa 1935-1939
3 Man Goes on Trial - Maya, circa 1935-1939
4 Mammy Liza and the Prodigal Son - Mann ist Mann, circa 1935-1939
Box Folder
63 1 A Maccabean Cure - More Died Than Men, circa 1935-1939
2 March the 19th - Miracles at Hornby Gorners, circa 1935-1939
3 Mad Symphony - The Master Builder, circa 1935-1939
Box Folder
64 1 The Man with the Puckel - May I Speak?, circa 1935-1939
2 The Machine Age - The Murder of Savello, circa 1935-1939
3 Merlin Gascon - Mirror Man, circa 1935-1939
Box Folder
65 1 The Machine Age - Money Talks, circa 1935-1939
2 The Magic Gallery - Mazzini, the Firebrand, circa 1935-1939
3 Make Your Choice - Mr. Egotism, circa 1935-1939
4 The Nose - Nydia, circa 1935-1939
Box Folder
66 1 Nancy Ann - No Other Way, circa 1935-1939
2 Napoleon Interferes - The Nuremberg Egg, circa 1935-1939
3 Nature Takes Its Course - Next Week's Installment, circa 1935-1939
4 Name Your Poison - Naturalization Then and Now, circa 1935-1939
Box Folder
67 1 Naaman's Gifts - Nonsense, circa 1935-1939
2 No More Americans - Nowhere Bound, circa 1935-1939
3 Nine Til Six - Noat, circa 1935-1939
4 New Vistas - Nimble Wit and Fingerkin, circa 1935-1939
Box Folder
68 1 Nari-Kin - Nothing Up His Sleeve, 1936-1939
2 New Life - The Nutt Family, circa 1935-1939
3 Octavia - Oxtail College Minstrels, circa 1935-1939
4 The Old Soak - The Overcoat, circa 1935-1939
5 One More Tomorrow - Organizing a Society, 1936-1939
Box Folder
69 1 Off Soundings - Our Father, circa 1935-1939
2 On to Paris - One Minute of Twelve, circa 1935-1939
3 O Hara San - The Outlaw, circa 1935-1939
4 Offices of Mystical Religion - The Old Lady Shows Her Muddlies, circa 1935-1939
Box Folder
70 1 O Bright Flame Lifted - The Only Jealousy of Emer, circa 1935-1939
2 On The Air - The Only Way, circa 1935-1939
3 Oh, Paris, Paris - Over Deathly Wastes, circa 1935-1939
4 Occupied Territory - Overtime, circa 1935-1939
Box Folder
71 1 The Old, Old Story - Orestes, circa 1935-1939
2 Of Dramaturgy - Over the River, 1936-1939
3 Pan Handle Pete - The Perfect Ism, circa 1935-1939
4 The Passion - The Pirate of Pooh, circa 1935-1939
5 Pierre Aherlard - The Pirate Kid, circa 1935-1939
Box Folder
72 1 Part-time Job - The Past of Anne Shrieves, circa 1935-1939
2 Peage and Beans - The Pie that Wouldn't, circa 1935-1939
3 Pea Soup - The Peasant Girl in White, circa 1935-1939
4 Pat and Gus - The Patriarch, 1935-1938
Box Folder
73 1 Paola and Francesca - Polly Patchwork, circa 1935-1939
2 Peck vs. Peck - Prologue, circa 1935-1939
3 Pageant of Safety - Putting it Over, circa 1935-1939
4 Patsy Strings Along - Pelleas and Melisande, circa 1935-1939
Box Folder
74 1 Parasite - The Poet's Love, circa 1935-1939
2 Pa Higgins - Priest and his Disciples, circa 1935-1939
3 Palnatoke - The Puppeteer, circa 1935-1939
Box Folder
75 1 Prince Pentaur - Procession, circa 1935-1939
2 Prelude to Paradise - The Prince of Peace, circa 1935-1939
3 Portia, Nerissa, and Pamphlets - The Pretty World, circa 1935-1939
4 Poor John - The Port of Nowhere, circa 1935-1939
Box Folder
76 1 Plain Jane - Poor Devils, circa 1935-1939
2 Plays and Comedies for Little Folks - Pyramus and Thisbe, circa 1935-1939
3 The Proxy Bridegroom - A Purim Fantasy, circa 1935-1939
4 A Pageant of History - Purpose Plays, circa 1935-1939
Box Folder
77 1 The Pirate's Castle - Play with American Castle, circa 1935-1939
2 Queen Puff-Puff - Quo Vadis, circa 1935-1939
3 Quack Doctor - The Queen Portrays, circa 1935-1939
4 Revere, Hancock, Adams! - Rip Van Winkle, circa 1935-1939
5 The Red Shoes - Revenge and Repentance of Grandpa, circa 1935-1939
Box Folder
78 1 Rataplan - Red Riding Hoods "Reception", circa 1935-1939
2 Rabbit Drive - A Royal Spark, circa 1935-1939
3 The Road to the City - Rouge, circa 1935-1939
4 Rescue - Romance for Two, circa 1935-1939
Box Folder
79 1 Raccoon Hollow - The Red Lamp, circa 1935-1939
2 Rachel's Man - The Round Table, circa 1935-1939
3 Red Roses - Rusty Gun, circa 1935-1939
4 Rabbi's Memorial Day - Revolt of the Beavers, circa 1935-1939
Box Folder
80 1 Raisins and Almonds - Ruy Blas 38, 1936-1939
2 Races - The Rose Bearer, circa 1935-1939
3 The Rainbow Minstrel - The Ryerson Mystery, circa 1935-1939
4 Rubber - Ryland, circa 1935-1939
5 Rastus Plays Pirate - Russian Plays, 1936-1939
Box Folder
81 1 Sabbatal Zevi - Street Scene, circa 1935-1939
2 Shadow - Shem's Honeymoon, circa 1935-1939
3 Stand By - Stephen Foster, circa 1935-1939
Box Folder
82 1 Spanish Caprice - Stalemate, circa 1935-1939
2 South of Siam - Spread Eagle, circa 1935-1939
3 Sabbatal Zevi - Sublime Sacrifice, circa 1935-1939
4 Slinging Hash - Sweet Adversity, circa 1935-1939
Box Folder
83 1 A Sad Christmas - System, circa 1935-1939
2 The Sets in the West - The Sweetest Girl in Paris, circa 1935-1939
3 Summer Boarders - Sunup, circa 1935-1939
4 Strike Out My Name - Sunshine Lady, circa 1935-1939
5 Scandinavian Play Reviews, 1936
Box Folder
84 1 Sadie's Cats - Sam's Big Moment, circa 1935-1939
2 The Sabbath Lights - Such a Hot Day, circa 1935-1939
3 The Shiner - Skinflint, circa 1935-1939
4 The Show Girl - Signs of the Times, circa 1935-1939
Box Folder
85 1 Story of the Flag - The Strike of the Ladies' Aid, circa 1935-1939
2 Stop That Fiddle - Straws in the Wind, circa 1935-1939
3 Saturday's Children - Stolen Scoops, circa 1935-1939
4 Sam's Big Moment - The Sap Runs Hugh, circa 1935-1939
Box Folder
86 1 Slats - Soft Shoulders, circa 1935-1939
2 See America First - Song of Simeon, circa 1935-1939
3 The Shadow - The Spy, circa 1935-1939
4 Spook Sonata - Summer Gladness, circa 1935-1939
Box Folder
87 1 The Sign in the Sky - The Singing School, circa 1935-1939
2 Sin - Sonny Santa Claus, circa 1935-1939
3 The Sky Grows Dark - Sour Milk Turned Sweet, circa 1935-1939
4 The Sky Grows Dark - Sounding Brass, circa 1935-1939
Box Folder
88 1 The Sorceress - The System, circa 1935-1939
2 The Sewing of the Wedding Gown - A String of Boarls, circa 1935-1939
3 A Seashore Hotel - The Sinner, circa 1935-1939
4 Samson and Delilah - 777-10 Marry Tale of the Rurf, circa 1935-1939
5 Set a Thief - Smokescreen, circa 1935-1939
Box Folder
89 1 Setting the Nation Right - Symphony of Hearts, circa 1935-1939
2 See America First - Set a Thief, circa 1935-1939
3 School Days - The Staff & the Fiddle, circa 1935-1939
4 Save the Soil - The Sun and I, circa 1935-1939
Box Folder
90 1 The Sailors of Cattaro - Superstition, circa 1935-1939
2 Samantha's Choice - The Supreme Gift, circa 1935-1939
3 The Sabbath Lights - The Syracusan Woman, circa 1935-1939
4 The Saga of the Folkungs - Swanwhite, circa 1935-1939
5 The Thirteenth Greatest of Centuries - Turkey Ridge, circa 1935-1939
Box Folder
91 1 Tabic-Tabic - Transit, circa 1935-1939
2 A Table Set for Two - Two Worlds, circa 1935-1939
3 The Tailor Becomes a Storekeeper - Two Gentlemen of Verona, circa 1935-1939
4 This is Station PUNK - Two in a Planetarium, circa 1935-1939
5 The Tsadik's Journey - The Two Colonies, circa 1935-1939
Box Folder
92 1 Tail Wags Dog - The Twisting of the Rope, circa 1935-1939
2 Tables and Chairs - The Two Questions, circa 1935-1939
3 A Tailor-Made Man - Two Wise Men, circa 1935-1939
4 Tables Turned - A Treasury of Plays for Children, circa 1935-1939
Box Folder
93 1 The Teacher Bubus - The Twisting of the Rope, circa 1935-1939
2 This Practical World - The Three Fat Men, circa 1935-1939
3 Tierra Baja - Triangle, circa 1935-1939
4 That's One on Bill - Two in One, circa 1935-1939
Box Folder
94 1 That's Different - This Way to the Big Show, circa 1935-1939
2 Three was a Woman - Through the Wishing Gate, circa 1935-1939
3 Three Taps on a Wall - A Thriving Business, circa 1935-1939
4 They're all Nice Kids - A Trick of the Trade, circa 1935-1939
Box Folder
95 1 Tea Toper Tavern - Tag End, circa 1935-1939
2 Taia of Egypt - They too Arise, circa 1935-1939
3 The Tragical History of Dr. Faustus - 200 Were Chosen, circa 1935-1939
4 Then the Navy Came - Twilight of the Gods, circa 1935-1939
5 Three Travelers Watch a Sunrise - Too Much Mothers, circa 1935-1939
6 This Business of Loving - Trelawny of the "Nells", circa 1935-1939
Box Folder
96 1 Tommy in the Trenches - A Trick to Catch the Old One, circa 1935-1939
2 Tommy Murphy's Christmas - Trovatore, circa 1935-1939
3 These Stones - Toinette and the Elves, circa 1935-1939
4 Thieves - They Believed Their Eyes, circa 1935-1939
5 Ten Ein Acters - Thanksgiving Day, circa 1935-1939
6 The Trumpeter of Krakow - Two Alone, circa 1935-1939
Box Folder
97 1 Titus Andronicus - Thanksgiving Days and Ways, circa 1935-1939
2 Together - Ti Yette, circa 1935-1939
3 Town - The Two Thieves, circa 1935-1939
4 Tender Raylons - The Town Talkie, circa 1935-1939
5 The Town Marshal - Towers, 1936-1938
6 The Ugly Duckling - Under Thirteen Stars, circa 1935-1939
7 Until Tomorrow - The Ugliest of Seven, circa 1935-1939
Box Folder
98 1 The Unattainable - Us Three Women, circa 1935-1939
2 Uncle Vanya - Universal Alibi, circa 1935-1939
3 Vacation - Vragi, circa 1935-1939
4 Vacation Child - The Voice of the Ages, circa 1935-1939
5 Vacation Time - Voyage End, circa 1935-1939
6 The Very Great Man - The Valentine Tree, circa 1935-1939
Box Folder
99 1 Vasantasena - Voices from November, circa 1935-1939
2 The Village Belle - Villon, 1936-1939
3 Waiting for Lefty (photocopies), 1937-1938
4 What's the Matter with Klotz? - World on a Conveyor Belt, circa 1935-1939
5 The Women's Angle - What a two year old Thinks About, circa 1935-1939
6 Way Station - What Am I Offered, circa 1935-1939
7 Wacousta - The Wolf's Path, 1936-1938
Box Folder
100 1 The Water Nymph - The Wrens, circa 1935-1939
2 Wheels - A Winter Ballad, circa 1935-1939
3 Wanted-A Wife - Wurzel Flummery, circa 1935-1939
4 The Wager - Write Me a Love Soene, circa 1935-1939
Box Folder
101 1 War - The Widow of a Nation, circa 1935-1939
2 What's Wrong with Klotz? - The Wrath of the Soil, circa 1935-1939
3 War - The Wrath of the Soil, circa 1935-1939
4 What the Doctor Ordered - The Words Upon the Window Pane, circa 1935-1939
Box Folder
102 1 The Wager - When Lincoln was a Boy, circa 1935-1939
2 The Wandering Jew - The Word, circa 1935-1939
3 What an Act - The World's Delight, circa 1935-1939
4 What - Women, 1936-1939
Box Folder
103 1 World - Wrong, circa 1935-1939
2 What - Who, circa 1935-1939
3 With - World, circa 1935-1939
4 What - When, circa 1935-1939
5 We - Where, circa 1935-1939
Box Folder
104 1 Washington - Women, circa 1935-1939
2 Xantippe and Socrates - An X-Ray Dialogue, circa 1935-1939
3 Yankee - Years, circa 1935-1939
4 Youngest - Your, circa 1935-1939
5 Yolanda - Yudel, circa 1935-1939
6 Yankee Palace - Y.W.C.A. Treasure Chest, circa 1935-1939
Box Folder
105 1 Yahoo - The Yiddish King Lear, circa 1935-1939
2 Zachary Taylor - Zwei Jahre, circa 1935-1939
Series 3: Library Records, 1885-1986 (boxes 106-306)
Series 3 is titled Library Records and consists of three subseries: Playscripts, Radio scripts, and Play lists. Subseries 3.1 includes hundreds of playscripts from over 900 productions performed or considered for production from around the United States. Most of the scripts are in English but some are in Yiddish or Italian. Some duplicate material. Arranged alphabetically by title. Subseries 3.2 includes radio scripts. Series of shows include topics such as art, children's shows, mysteries, health, music, history, and science. Arranged alphabetically by series and single broadcast title. Subseries 3.3 consists of play lists. These lists were created to aid play selection among the various units of the Federal Theatre. Lists are arranged alphabetically by subject categories such as children's plays, historical drama, holidays, minstrel shows, operettas, puppet plays, and vaudeville.
Subseries 3.1: Playscripts, 1885-1986
Subseries 3.1 includes hundreds of playscripts from productions performed around the United States. Most of the scripts are in English but some are in Yiddish or Italian. Some duplicate material. Arranged alphabetically by title.
Box Folder
106 1 The Abyss, circa 1936-1939
by John Wiley; based on an Edgar Allen Poe story (photocopy)
2 Accent on Age, circa 1936-1939
by Beth Brown
3 The Adding Machine, circa 1936-1939
by Elmer L. Rice
4 The Advent and Nativity of Christ (6 copies), October 1937
by Francis Bosworth
5 Adventures of Jerry (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Buell R. Fuller
6 Adventures of Tom Sawyer (5 copies), circa 1936-1939
Director Georgia S. Fink
7 The Affairs of a Professor, circa 1936-1939
by Virginia Yetes (photocopy)
8 Affidavit (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Ruth Morris
9 African Vineyard (3 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Gladys Unger and Walter Armitage
10 Age of Fables (3 copies), 1935
by David Arnold Balch
11 The Age of Gold, circa 1936-1939
by William Mahl
Box Folder
107 1 The Age of Gold , circa 1936-1939
by William Mahl
2 The Age of Gold, circa 1936-1939
by William Mahl
3 Ah Wilderness (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Eugene O'Neill
4 Ah Wilderness (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Eugene O'Neill
5 L'Aiglon, circa 1936-1939
by Edmond Rostand
6 L'Aiglon, circa 1936-1939
by Edmond Rostand
7 L'Aiglon, circa 1936-1939
by Edmond Rostand
Box Folder
108 1 Aladdin (3 copies), February 1938
by Yasha Frank
2 Aladdin and the Wonderful Lamp (3 copies), circa 1936-1939
director Georgia S. Fink
3 Ali Baba (3 copies), circa 1936-1939
adapted by S.S. Weiss
4 Alice in Wonderland (3 copies), circa 1936-1939
adapted by Ralph Chesse
5 Alien Corn, circa 1936-1939
by Sidney Howard
6 Alien Corn (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Sidney Howard
7 All God's Chillun Got Wings (3 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Eugene O'Neil
8 All of a Summer Evening (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Homer Little and Myla Jo Closser
Box Folder
109 1 All of a Summer Evening (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Homer Little and Myla Jo Closser
2 All the Living, circa 1936-1939
by Hardie Albright
3 All the Living (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Hardie Albright
4 Altars of Steel (revised), circa 1936-1939
by Thomas Hall Rogers, photocopy from February 20, 1991
5 Altars of Steel, circa 1936-1939
by Thomas Hall Rogers, 2 photocopies
6 Altars of Steel revised (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Thomas Hall Rogers
Box Folder
110 1 Altars of Steel (3 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Thomas Hall Rogers
2 Altars of Steel, circa 1936-1939
by Thomas Hall Rogers
3 America, February 1936
published in The Catholic School Journal
4 America, America!, circa 1936-1939
by Alfred Kreymborg; published in "How do you do sir? And other short plays", photocopy
5 American Holiday (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Edwin and Albert Barker
6 American Holiday (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Edwin and Albert Barker
7 American Landscape, March 20, 1939
by Elmer L. Rice
8 American Landscape, March 20, 1939
by Elmer L. Rice
9 American Landscape (2 copies), April 20, 1939
by Elmer L. Rice
Box Folder
111 1 American Wing (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Talbot Jennings
2 America's Cradle Song (3 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Mrs. Alexander Mathis
3 Anderson's Stories, circa 1936-1939
by Vera Smirnova
4 And Son, circa 1936-1939
by Edwin Burke
5 And the Sun Goes Down (3 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Louis Weitzenkorn
6 Androcles and the Lion (3 copies), January 24, 1939
by George Bernard Shaw
7 Angelo Herndon Jones, circa 1936-1939
by Langston Hughes; A One-Act Play of Negro Life, photocopy
8 Anna Christie (2 copies), February 14, 1939
by Eugene O'Neill
9 Anna Christie (2 copies), February 14, 1939
by Eugene O'Neill
Box Folder
112 1 Another Language (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Rose Franken
2 Another Language, circa 1936-1939
by Rose Franken
3 Anthony and Anna, circa 1936-1939
by St. John Ervine
4 Anticlimax (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Elizabeth de Vautibault
5 Anticlimax (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Elizabeth de Vautibault
6 Antony and Cleopatra, circa 1936-1939
by Rev. Henry N. Hudson
Box Folder
113 1 Antony and Cleopatra (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Rev. Henry N. Hudson
2 The Apostles (3 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Rudolph Wittenberg
3 April is the Cruellest Month, circa 1936-1939
by Laurance Moore
4 Ark Island (3 copies), April 18, 1939
by Margaret Brooks and Constance Wyckoff
5 Arms and the Man (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by George Bernard Shaw
6 Arms and the Man (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by George Bernard Shaw
7 Arms and the Man (photocopy and reviews), October-November 1937
Box Folder
114 1 Around the Corner, 1936
by Martin Flavin
2 Around the Corner (2 copies), 1936
by Martin Flavin
3 Around the World in 80 Days (2 copies), April 4, 1939
by Yale Dramatic Association
4 As Thousands Jeer, circa 1936-1939
by Ben Heck and Eugene O'Heel; With a smirk at Irving Berlin and Moss Hart, photocopy
5 The Ascent of F6, circa 1936-1939
by W. H. Auden and Christopher Isherwood
6 Assignment for Tomorrow (3 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Mary Singer and Florence Zunser
7 Assignment for Tomorrow (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Mary Singer and Florence Zunser
Box Folder
115 1 Assignment for Tomorrow, December 9, 1938
by Mary Singer and Florence Zunser
2 Assignment for Tomorrow (Yiddish 2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Mary Singer and Florence Zunser
3 At Any Cost (4 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Lockhart North
4 At Last Civilized (3 copies), circa 1936-1939
by T. R. Arkell
5 At 9:45, circa 1936-1939
by Owen Davis
6 Autumn Crocus (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by C. L. Anthony
7 Awake and Sing (Yiddish 3 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Clifford Odets
Box Folder
116 1 Awake and Sing (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Clifford Odets
Box Folder
364 1 Awake and Sing (photocopy), September 1938
by Clifford Odets
Box Folder
116 2 Babar, the Elephant (5 copies), July 1938
by Ruth Fenisong and Remo Bufano
3 Babouk, circa 1936-1939
by Lester Fuller, 2 copies, 1 of which is a photocopy
4 Baby Mine, circa 1936-1939
by Margaret Mayo
5 The Bad Man, circa 1936-1939
by Porter Emerson Brown
6 The Bad Man (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Porter Emerson Brown
7 The Ballad of Davy Crockett, circa 1936-1939
by H. R. Hays
Box Folder
364 2 The Ballad of Davy Crockett (photocopy), circa 1936-1939
by H. R. Hays
Box Folder
117 1 The Ballade of Uncle Sam (4 copies), October 13, 1938
2 Balloon (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Padriac Colum
3 Balloon (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Padriac Colum
4 Barge Incident (4 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Herb Meadow
5 Barge Incident (2 photocopies), circa 1936-1939
by Herb Meadow, 2 photocopies
6 Barnum Returns (2 copies), May 1938
by Katharine Clugston
7 Barnum Returns, circa 1936-1939
by Katharine Clugston
8 The Barton Mystery (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Walter Hackett
9 The Bastion Saint Gervais (3 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Maxwell Anderson
Box Folder
118 1 Battle Hymn, October 1936
by Michael Blankfort and Michael Gold, photocopy
2 Battle Hymn, October 1936
by Michael Blankfort and Michael Gold
3 Battle Hymn, October 1936
by Michael Blankfort and Michael Gold
4 Battle of the Ages, circa 1936-1939
by Frederick Stowers
5 Beauty and the Beast, circa 1936-1939
by Mary Dirnberger; Dramatized from the familiar fairy tale
6 Beauty and the Beast (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Mary Dirnberger; Dramatized from the familiar fairy tale
7 Beauty and the Beast (3 copies), June 1938
Transcribed as played by the Vagabond Puppeteers Federal Theatre of Oklahoma
8 A Beauty Doctor (5 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Albert Powels
9 Becket (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Alfred Lord Tennyson
10 Becket, circa 1936-1939
by Alfred Lord Tennyson
Box Folder
119 1 Before the Fade (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Brian J. Byrne
2 Beggar on Horseback (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by George S. Kaufman and Marc Connelly
3 Beggar on Horseback, circa 1936-1939
by George S. Kaufman and Marc Connelly
4 Behold Thy Mother (4 copies), December 22, 1938
by Aodh de Blacam
5 The Best Cure, circa 1936-1939
by Belmont Ashton
6 Bethlehem (4 copies), November 1937
by Lawrence Houseman
7 A Better Day (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Walter Abbott
Box Folder
120 1 A Better Day, circa 1936-1939
by Walter Abbott
2 The Better Sort or The Girl of Spirit (4 copies), 3 circa 1936-1939, 1 reissued February 1938
by Anonymous
3 Beyond the Horizon (2 copies), 1936-1939
by Eugene O'Neill
4 Beyond the Horizon (2 copies), January 10 and January 13, 1939
by Eugene O'Neill
5 Beyond Tomorrow, photocopy
by John W. Dunn; A play of early Oklahoma life
6 Beyond Tomorrow (3 copies), 1936-1939
by John W. Dunn; A play of early Oklahoma life
7 Big as Life, 1936-1939
by William Beyer
Box Folder
121 1 Big Blow, November 15, 1938
by Theodore Pratt, photocopy
2 Big Blow, 1936-1939
by Theodore Pratt; Dramatized from the Novel by Theodore Pratt
3 Big Blow (2 copies), November 21 and 30, 1938
by Theodore Pratt; Dramatized from the Novel by Theodore Pratt
4 Big Blow (2 copies), November 15 and December 2, 1938
by Theodore Pratt; Dramatized from the Novel by Theodore Pratt
5 Big Blow (2 copies), April 24, 1939
by Theodore Pratt; Dramatized from the Novel by Theodore Pratt
6 The Big City (3 copies), June 1936
by Samuel Sayer
7 Big White Fog, circa 1936-1939
by Theodore Ward; A Negro Tragedy, photocopy
Box Folder
279 8 Big White Fog, circa 1936-1939
by Theodore Ward; A Negro Tragedy, photocopy
Box Folder
122 1 Big White Fog, circa 1936-1939
by Theodore Ward; A Negro Tragedy, photocopy
2 Big White Fog, circa 1936-1939
by Theodore Ward; A Negro Tragedy, photocopy
3 Big White Fog (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Theodore Ward; A Negro Tragedy
4 Bikku Matti (3 copies), circa 1936-1939
Synopsis and production notes by Betty Kessler Lyman, director, Children's Federal Theatre
5 The Black Crook: An Original Magical and Spectacular Drama in Four Acts, circa 1936-1939
by Charles M. Barras
6 Black Empire, circa 1936-1939
by Christine Ames and Clarke Painter; A Drama. Original copyright 1932
7 Black Empire, circa 1936-1939
by Christine Ames and Clarke Painter; A Drama. Original copyright 1932
8 Black Empire (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Christine Ames and Clarke Painter; A Drama. Original copyright 1932
Box Folder
123 1 Black Song (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Seymour G. Link
2 The Blind Man, circa 1936-1939
by Martin Flavin
3 The Blue Bird (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Maurice Maeterlinck
4 Blue Eyed Black Boy, circa 1936-1939
by Georgia Douglas Johnson, photocopy
5 The Boiled Eggs, circa 1936-1939
by Ruth Fenisong
6 Booker T. Washington, circa 1936-1939
photocopy
7 Both Your Houses, April 25, 1939
by Maxwell Anderson
8 Both Your Houses (2 copies), April 25, 1939
by Maxwell Anderson
Box Folder
364 3 Both Your Houses (photocopy), April 25, 1939
by Maxwell Anderson
Box Folder
123 9 Bound East for Cardiff (4 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Eugene O'Neill
10 Boy Meets Girl (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Bella and Samuel Spewaok
11 Boy Meets Girl, September 1937
by Bella and Samuel Spewaok
Box Folder
124 1 Boy Meets Girl, September 1937
by Bella and Samuel Spewaok
2 The Brass Trumpet, circa 1936-1939
by Robin Taylor
3 Breakwater (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
Revision by Florence Elberta Barns
4 Brer Rabbit, December 1937
by Ruth Comfort Mitchel and Alfred Allen, photocopy
5 Brer Rabbit (3 copies), December 1937
by Ruth Comfort Mitchel and Alfred Allen
6 Brer Rabbit and the Tar Baby (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Ruth Comfort Mitchel and Alfred Allen
7 Brer Rabbit and the Tar Baby, circa 1936-1939
by Ruth Comfort Mitchel and Alfred Allen
8 The Bride the Sun Shines On, circa 1936-1939
by Will Cotton
9 The Bride the Sun Shines On (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Will Cotton
Box Folder
125 1 Brief Candle, circa 1936-1939
by Robert Hare Powel
2 Brief Candle (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Robert Hare Powel
3 Brief Music, August 15, 1936
by Emmet Lavery
4 Broken Dishes, circa 1936-1939
by Martin Flavin
5 Broken Dishes (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Martin Flavin
6 Brok's Revenge (4 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Ruth Fenisong
7 Brother Mose, September 1937
by Frank Wilson
8 Brother Mose, September 1937
by Frank Wilson
9 Brother Mose, September 1937
by Frank Wilson
Box Folder
126 1 Brother Petroc's Return (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Emmet Lavery
2 The Brushes' Quarrel (5 copies), November 1937
by Miss Mabel Osborne
3 The Burden, circa 1936-1939
by Emma Ehrlich Levinger
4 Bury the Dead (3 copies), November 25, 1938
by Irwin Shaw
5 Busybody Brothers (3 copies), January 20, 1939
by Beth Brown and Gilbert Laurence
6 But for the Grace of God (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Leopold L. Atlas
7 But for the Grace of God (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Leopold L. Atlas
8 CCC (4 copies), circa 1936-1939
Original by George Gill and Harold Weinstock and three revised editions by Arthur Vogel and Joseph Liss
9 The CCC Murder Mystery, 1936
by Grace Howard
Box Folder
127 1 The CCC Murder Mystery, 1936
by Grace Howard
2 The CCC Murder Mystery, 1936
by Grace Howard
3 The CCC Murder Mystery, 1936
by Grace Howard
4 The CCC Murder Mystery (2 copies), 1936
by Grace Howard
5 The CCC Murder Mystery (2 copies), 1936-1937
by Grace Howard
6 Caesar and Cleopatra, circa 1936-1939
by George Bernard Shaw
7 Caesar and Cleopatra, circa 1936-1939
by George Bernard Shaw
8 Caesar Opera, circa 1936-1939
Box Folder
128 1 The Call to Arms, circa 1936-1939
by Frank L. Moss and Richard Dana
2 The Call to Arms, circa 1936-1939
by Frank L. Moss and Richard Dana
3 The Calling of Samael (Yiddish), circa 1936-1939
by Arnold Zweig
4 The Campbells are Coming, circa 1936-1939
by Robert Peele Noble
5 The Campbells are Coming, circa 1936-1939
by Robert Peele Noble
6 Can You Hear Their Voices?, 1931
by Hallie Flanagan and Margaret Ellen Clifford; A play of our time; Based on a story by Whittaker Chambers, photocopy
7 Candida (2 copies), June 8, 1939
by George Bernard Shaw
8 Candida, June 8, 1939
by George Bernard Shaw
9 Cap'n Noah's Ark, circa 1936-1939
by Carl Glick
10 Caponsacchi, circa 1936-1939
by Arthur Goodrich and Rose A. Palmer
Box Folder
129 1 Caponsacchi (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Arthur Goodrich and Rose A. Palmer
2 Captain Brassbound's Conversion (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by George Bernard Shaw
3 Captain Brassbound's Conversion, circa 1936-1939
by George Bernard Shaw
4 Captain Kidd (3 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Robt. A. Bromley (revised edition)
5 Captain What-the-Devil (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Zelma Bruce Tiden
6 Captain What-the-Devil (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Zelma Bruce Tiden
Box Folder
130 1 The Captive (Yiddish), circa 1936-1939
by Peretz Hirshbein
2 Caravel West!, circa 1936-1939
by Reginald Le Borg and Theo Dierks
3 Caravel West!, circa 1936-1939
by Reginald Le Borg and Theo Dierks
4 Caravel West!, circa 1936-1939
by Reginald Le Borg and Theo Dierks
5 The Carpenter's Union (3 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Estelle L. Silverman
6 Carrots (4 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Jules Renard
7 Carry Me Long, December 1937
by Rollo Wayne
8 Carry Me Long, March 27, 1939
by Rollo Wayne
9 Carry Me Long, circa 1936-1939
by Rollo Wayne
Box Folder
131 1 The Case of Philip Lawrence, circa 1936-1939
by George McEnlee, photocopy
2 The Case of Philip Lawrence, circa 1936-1939
by George McEnlee
3 Chains (Yiddish), circa 1936-1939
by H. Leivick
4 Chalk Dust (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Harold H. Clarke and Maxwell Nurnberg
5 Chalk Dust (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Harold H. Clarke and Maxwell Nurnberg
6 Chalk Dust (2 copies), September 1936
by Harold H. Clarke and Maxwell Nurnberg
7 Chalk Dust revised (3 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Harold H. Clarke and Maxwell Nurnberg (revised)
8 The Chameleon, circa 1936-1939
by German List Arzubide; Adapted from a story by Anton Chekhov; Translated by Angel Flores, photocopy
Box Folder
132 1 A Chatterbox (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by A. Barto
2 Cheapside, circa 1936-1939
by James Parish
3 Champagne, circa 1936-1939
by Y. L. Peretz
4 Cheat and Swing, circa 1936-1939
by John Woodworth, photocopy
5 Cheat and Swing (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by John Woodworth
6 The Children of Salem (3 copies), January 1938
by Ruth Fenisong
7 Chisbaohoyo, the Sweetheart of the Corn, circa 1936-1939
by John W. Dunn, photocopy
8 Chisbaohoyo, the Sweetheart of the Corn (5 copies), circa 1936-1939
by John W. Dunn
9 The Chocolate Soldier, circa 1936-1939
by Stanislaus Stange
10 Christ of the Andes (synopsis), circa 1936-1939
by sixth grade class under the direction of Mrs. Eleanor Holston Brainard in New Jersey
11 A Christmas Carol, 13850
by Charles Dickens; Dialogue arranged for Marionetts and Hand Puppets by Alma M. Shaw, photocopy
12 A Christmas Carol (4 copies), December 1937 and July 1938
by Charles Dickens; Dialogue arranged for Marionetts and Hand Puppets by Alma M. Shaw
Box Folder
133 1 Christmas Carol Program (4 copies), 1937
Hedley Gordon Graham
2 The Christmas Rose, circa 1936-1939
by Essex Dane
3 Christmas with Dickens (2 copies), January 30, 1937
by George Huntington Clark
4 Christmas with Dickens, circa 1936-1939
by George Huntington Clark
5 Cinda, circa 1936-1939
by H. Jack Bates; A Negro Folk Play, photocopy
6 Cinder Kids (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Ruth Welty and Gene Renouf
7 Cinderella, circa 1936-1939
by Rose Carlyn, photocopy
8 Cinderella (6 copies), circa 1936-1939
Three by Rose Carlyn; Three by Fannie Engle
9 Class of '29, 1936
by Orrie Lashin and Milo Hastings
10 Class of '29, 1936
by Orrie Lashin and Milo Hastings
Box Folder
134 1 Class of '29 (2 copies), 1936
by Orrie Lashin and Milo Hastings
2 Class of '29 (2 copies), 1936
by Orrie Lashin and Milo Hastings
Box Folder
364 4 Class of '29 (photocopy), 1936
Box Folder
134 3 Class of '29, circa 1936-1939
by Orrie Lashin and Milo Hastings
4 Close Quarters, circa 1936-1939
by Gilbert Lennox
5 Coggerers (4 copies), April 4, 1939
by Paul Vincent Carroll
6 Cold (4 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Noel Harris Houston
7 The Coming Back (4 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Gertrude Worthington Jeffries
8 The Common Glory, circa 1936-1939
by Paul Green; Music by Kurt Weill; A Legend of American Life, photocopy
9 The Conjure Man Dies, circa 1936-1939
by Rudolph Fisher, photocopy
Box Folder
135 1 The Conjure Man Dies, circa 1936-1939
by Rudolph Fisher, photocopy
2 The Constitution, circa 1936-1939
by A. Callen, M. Worthington, and I. Reuben, photocopy
3 The Constitutional Convention, March 1938
by Oliver Haserodt, photocopy
4 The Constitutional Convention (8 copies), March 1938
by Oliver Haserodt
5 The Contrast (3 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Royall Tyler
6 Coriolanus (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by M. Manisoff
7 The Costly Party (3 copies), March 1938
by a seventh grade in Louisville, Kentucky
8 The Costly Party (3 copies), circa 1936-1939
by a seventh grade in Louisville, Kentucky
9 The Coteries of Madrid (4 copies), June 19 and July 1, 1936
by Ramon de la Cruz, translated and adapted by Angel Flores and Joseph Liss
10 Counsellor-at-law, circa 1936-1939
by Elmer Rice
Box Folder
136 1 Counsellor-at-law, circa 1936-1939
by Elmer Rice
2 Counsellor-at-law, circa 1936-1939
by Elmer Rice
3 Counsellor-at-law, circa 1936-1939
by Elmer Rice
4 Counsellor-at-law, circa 1936-1939
by Elmer Rice
5 The Cradle Will Rock (2 copies), 1937
by Marc Blitzstein, 2 photocopies
6 The Cradle Will Rock, 1937?
by Marc Blitzstein
7 Country Quiet (4 copies), circa 1936-1939
by John H. Floyd
8 Covered Wagon Kate (4 copies), January 28, 1937 and February 1937
by members of the Play Bureau of the Southwest
9 Cranberry Sauce (3 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Betty Lessler Lyman
10 Created Equal, circa 1936-1939
by John Hunter Booth
Box Folder
137 1 Created Equal (revised), circa 1936-1939
by John Hunter Booth, photocopy
2 Created Equal (revised), circa 1936-1939
by John Hunter Booth, photocopy
3 Created Equal (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by John Hunter Booth
4 Created Equal (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by John Hunter Booth
5 Created Equal, July 1938
by John Hunter Booth
6 Created Equal, July 1938
by John Hunter Booth
Box Folder
138 1 The Creation of the World (4 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Historical Project, Federal Writers Project of Minnesota, Dr. Mable Ulrich director
2 Creatures of Impulse (3 copies), August 1938
by W. S. Gilbert
3 The Cricket on the Hearth (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Charles Dickens adapted by Gilmor Brown
4 Crime Prevention (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
Marionette Division, Buffalo, N.Y.
5 Criminal at Large (3 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Edgar Wallace
6 The Crock of Gold (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by James Stephens
7 Cuban Scene (3 copies), 1936-1939, December 1937
by Walt Anderson
8 Cuban Scene (Days that Burn) (3 copies), 1937
by Walt Anderson
9 Cuck-oo, circa 1936-1939
by A. Barto
10 A Cucumber Geranium, circa 1936-1939
by A. Barto
Box Folder
139 1 Cuor di Fanciulla (Italian, 2 copies), June 8, 1939
2 A Cure for War (4 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Laurette MacDuffie
3 The Dance (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Anna Best Joder
4 Dance for Us (4 copies), 1938
by Elizabeth Leigh Vaughan
5 The Dance of Death (6 copies), circa 1936-1939
by W. H. Auden
6 The Danites in the Sierras, circa 1936-1939
by Joaquin Miller, photocopy
7 The Danites in the Sierras, circa 1936-1939
by Joaquin Miller
8 Dawn (4 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Ruby Lorraine Radford
9 Day and Night (Yiddish), circa 1936-1939
by S. Ansky
10 A Day in Happyland (3 copies), circa 1936-1939
by L. W. Barrus
11 Day is Darkness, 1936
by George Foss, photocopy
12 Day is Darkness (3 copies), 1936 and January 17, 1939
by George Foss
Box Folder
140 1 Day is Darkness (2 Yiddish copies, 1 English copy), 1936-1939
by George Foss
2 Death Comes Creepin' in the Room, circa 1936-1939
by Grant Moss
3 Death Comes Creepin' in the Room, photocopy
by Grant Moss
4 A Death in Fever Flat (3 copies), January 25, 1939
by George W. Cronyn
5 Death of the Choctaw Nightingale (4 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Rose Carlyn
6 Death takes the Wheel (6 copies), 1936-1968 and May 1938
by J. C. Furnes
7 The Deluge, circa 1936-1939
by Henning Berger, translated from the original Swedish and adapted for the American stage by Frank Allen
8 Desire Under the Elms (3 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Eugene O'Neill
9 The Devil Passes, circa 1936-1939
by Benn W. Levy; A Religious Comedy, photocopy
Box Folder
141 1 The Devil Passes, circa 1936-1939
by Benn W. Levy; A Religious Comedy
2 The Devil's Disciple (2 copies), January 17, 1939
by George Bernard Shaw
3 The Devil's Disciple (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by George Bernard Shaw
4 A Diadem of Snow (4 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Elmer Rice
5 Diff'rent, circa 1936-1939
by Eugene O'Neill
6 Diff'rent, circa 1936-1939
by Eugene O'Neill
7 Dirt, 1937
by Don Farran and Ruth Stewart; A Living Newspaper Play, photocopy
Box Folder
142 1 Dirt, 1937
by Don Farran and Ruth Stewart; A Living Newspaper Play, photocopy
2 Dirt (2 copies), 1937
by Don Farran and Ruth Stewart; A Living Newspaper Play
3 The Disappointment (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Andrew Barton
4 The Disappointment (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Andrew Barton
5 The Disappointment (2 copies), May 1938
by Andrew Barton
6 Do You Know Aaron Slick, December 16, 1938
by Merrill Denison
7 Doctor Faustus (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Christopher Marlowe, arranged for marionettes by Robert Larson
Box Folder
364 5 Doctor Faustus: Federal Theatre marionettes (Pennsylvania), circa 1936-1939
by Twort (?) Gilbert and Edward Rosen
Box Folder
142 8 Doctor Faustus, The Tragical History of Doctor Faustus (4 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Christopher Marlowe
Box Folder
261 8 Doctor Faustus, The Tragical History of (6 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Christopher Marlowe
Box Folder
143 1 The Doctor in Spite of Himself (3 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Moliere
2 Doctor Knock (4 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Jules Romans, English version by Harley Granville-Barker
3 Dr. Milk Bottle (3 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Minnie H. Niemier
4 The Dog in the Manger (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Lope de Vega
5 Doggy Days (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Harlan E. Glazier
6 A Dollar (3 copies), circa 1936-1939
by David Pinski
7 Dollars and Chickens, circa 1936-1939
by Fred Ballard
8 Donogoo (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Jules Romaine
9 Donogoo, circa 1936-1939
by Jules Romaine
Box Folder
144 1 Donogoo, circa 1936-1939
by Jules Romaine
2 Donogoo, September 1937
by Jules Romaine
3 Donogoo, September 1937
by Jules Romaine
4 Don Quixote (3 copies), circa 1936-1939
For the Marionette Theatre by Robert Larson
5 Don Quixote (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
For the Marionette Theatre by Robert Larson
6 Don Quixote, July 1937
For the Marionette Theatre by Robert Larson
7 Don Quixote (2 copies), July 1937
For the Marionette Theatre by Robert Larson
Box Folder
145 1 Double Door, circa 1936-1939
by Elizabeth McFadden
2 Down in Egypt's land, circa 1936-1939
by Charlotte Kohler, photocopy
3 The Dragon's Wishbone (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Joan and Michale A. Slane
4 The Dragon Znee Zee (3 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Carl Glick
5 The Dream (4 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Rosa Carlyn
6 A Dream Realized, circa 1936-1939
published by the National Tuberculosis Association
7 The Dreamy Kid (4 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Eugene O'Neill
8 The Drunkard (3 copies), circa 1936-1939
by W. H. Smith
9 The Drunkard (the famous interlude of), June 5, 1936
by Luis Quinones de Benavente
10 Duped (3 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Emily Percy Denison
11 The Dybbuk (Yiddish, 3 copies), circa 1936-1939
by S. Ansky
Box Folder
146 1 The Dybbuk (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by S. Ansky
2 The Dybbuk (2 copies), March 2, 1939
by S. Ansky
3 The Dynasty (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Arthur Goodman
4 The Eagle's Young, circa 1936-1939
by Elise Jerard
5 East is West, circa 1936-1939
by Samuel Shipman and John B. Hymer
6 East is West, circa 1936-1939
by Samuel Shipman and John B. Hymer
7 East Side Professor (Yiddish, 2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Ossip Dymow
8 East Side Professor (2 copies), December 5, 1938
by Ossip Dymow
Box Folder
147 1 East Side Professor (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Ossip Dymow
2 The Easy Mark, circa 1936-1939
by Jack Larric
3 The Easy Mark, circa 1936-1939
by Jack Larric
4 Elijah the Prophet (1 copy in English, 1 copy in Yiddish), circa 1936-1939
by Peretz Hirshbein
5 The Emperor Jones (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
6 The Emperor's Daughter (4 copies), June 9, 1939
7 The Emperor's New Clothes (3 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Charlotte Charpenning
8 The Emperor's New Clothes (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Charlotte Charpenning
9 The Empty Silo (3 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Joseph Liss
10 The Enchanted Maze, April 6, 1939
by Paul Green
Box Folder
148 1 The Enchanted Maze, April 6, 1939
by Paul Green
2 The Enchanted Maze, April 6, 1939
by Paul Green
3 The Enchantress, circa 1936-1939
by C. C. Parsons
4 An Enemy of the People (2 copies), January 9, 1939
by Henrik Ibsen
5 An Enemy of the People (2 copies), January 19, 1939
by Henrik Ibsen
6 An Enemy of the People (2 copies), September 26, 1938 and December 1, 1938
by Henrik Ibsen
7 The End of the Beginning (4 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Sean O'Casey
8 The Engagement, circa 1936-1939
by Demetre Bohris
Box Folder
149 1 Escape (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by John Galsworthy
2 Ethiopia, circa 1980s?
by Arthur Arent, photocopy
3 Ethiopia, March 1968
by Arthur Arent; The First "Living Newspaper"; from Educational Theatre Journal, v. 10, # 1, March 1968; Introduction by Dan Isaac, photocopy
4 Ethiopia (scene excerpts and notes), circa 1936-1939
by Arthur Arent, photocopy received June 11, 1991
5 Eve (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Kjeld Abell
6 An Evening with Dunbar (2 copies), January 16, 1939
by Paul Lawrence Dunbar (adaptation)
7 An Evening with Dunbar (2 copies), January 23, 1939
by Paul Lawrence Dunbar
8 Every Day but Friday, March 30, 1939
by Sylvia Regan
9 Every Day but Friday (2 copies), March 30, 1939
by Sylvia Regan
10 Everyman, circa 1936-1939
by G. J. Graves
11 Everyman (4 copies), circa 1936-1939
by G. J. Graves
Box Folder
150 1 Everywhere I Roam, circa 1936-1939
by Will T. Goodwin; Working Script
2 Ex President, circa 1936-1939
by Emmet Lavery
3 Ex President, circa 1936-1939
by Emmet Lavery
4 Excursion, September 1937
by Victor Wolfson
5 Excursion, September 1937
by Victor Wolfson
6 Excursion (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Victor Wolfson
7 Excursion, September 1937
by Victor Wolfson
8 Excursion, September 1937
by Victor Wolfson
Box Folder
151 1 Explaining Elizabeth, circa 1936-1939
by Bradbury Foote
2 Explaining Elizabeth, circa 1936-1939
by Bradbury Foote
3 The Faithful Dog (6 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Cervantes
4 The Falling of the Moon (3 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Doris Troutman
5 The Fall Guy (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
6 The Famous Interlude (2 copies), June 15, 1936
by Luis Quinones de Benavente
7 The Farce of the Worthy Master Pierre Patelin (6 copies), circa 1936-1939
adapted by Maurice Jagendorf
8 The Farce of the Worthy Master Pierre Patelin (5 copies), circa 1936-1939
adapted by Maurice Jagendorf
Box Folder
152 1 Farm Holiday (5 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Irving P. Kapner
2 The Farmer Takes a Wife, September 21, 1936
by Frank B. Elser and Marc Connelly
3 The Farmer Takes a Wife (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Frank B. Elser and Marc Connelly
4 Father Malachy's Miracle, February 3, 1939
by Brian Doherty
5 Father Malachy's Miracle (2 copies), February 3, 1939
by Brian Doherty
6 The Father Outwitted (2 copies), March 26, 1936
by Lope de Vega
7 The Feast of Ortolans (4 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Maxwell Anderson
Box Folder
153 1 Feet on the Ground (4 copies), circa 1936-1939
by H. A. Archibald
2 Ferdinand the Bull (6 copies), 1936-1939 and February 23, 1939
by Munro Leaf
3 The Field God, circa 1936-1939
by Paul Green
4 The Field God (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Paul Green
5 The Fifteenth Candle (4 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Rachel Lyman Field
6 Fine Pretty Things (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Weldon Stone
7 Fine Pretty Things (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Weldon Stone
Box Folder
154 1 The Fireman's Flame (2 copies), February 9, 1939
by John Van Antwerp
2 The Fireman's Flame, February 9, 1939
by John Van Antwerp
3 The First Aid Squad (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by A. Barto
4 The First Man (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Eugene O'Neill
5 The First Year, circa 1936-1939
by Frank Craven
6 $595 F.O.B., circa 1936-1939
by George H. Corey, photocopy
7 $595 F.O.B., circa 1936-1939
by George H. Corey
Box Folder
364 6 Fixin's (photocopy), circa 1936-1939
by E. and P. Green
Box Folder
154 8 The Flexible Stage (1 of 2), circa 1942
by Emmet Lavery; "This book is a postscript to the history of Federal Theatre as recorded by Hallie Flanagan in Arena, published in December, 1940 by Duell, Sloan and Pearce, New York. It carries on where Arena leaves off and should, consequently, be read as a companion volume to Mrs. Flanagan's book."
9 The Flexible Stage (2 of 2), circa 1942
by Emmet Lavery; "This book is a postscript to the history of Federal Theatre as recorded by Hallie Flanagan in Arena, published in December, 1940 by Duell, Sloan and Pearce, New York. It carries on where Arena leaves off and should, consequently, be read as a companion volume to Mrs. Flanagan's book.", photocopy
Box Folder
155 1 Flight (2 copies), 1936
by Oscar Saul and Louis Lantz
2 Flight (2 copies), 1936
by Oscar Saul and Louis Lantz
3 Flight into China, March 22, 1939
by Pearl S. Buck
4 Flight into China (2 copies), March 22, 1939
by Pearl S. Buck
5 The Flight of the Lindbergh's (3 copies), circa 1936-1939
A play for boys and girls with radio participation, experiment number 1 by Berthold Brecht
6 Flopsy, Topsy and Mr. Bowser (4 copies), circa 1936-1939
by John W. Dunn
7 Fog over Dybern (2 copies), June 15, 1939
by Graham Rawson
8 Fog over Dybern (2 copies), April 11, 1939
by Graham Rawson
Box Folder
156 1 Follow the Parade (3 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Gene Stone and Jack Rosenblum
2 Football Weather (5 copies), 1936-1939 and April 17, 1939
by Phile Higley
3 Following the Milk Can (3 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Myrtle L. Barger
4 49 Dogs in the Meat-House (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by E. P. Conkle
5 The Fortune Teller (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Harry B. Smith
6 The Fortune Teller (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Harry B. Smith
7 Fougas of the 23D, circa 1936-1939
by Ada Sterling
Box Folder
157 1 Fougas of the 23D (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Ada Sterling
2 Foundered (4 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Eleanor Garland
3 The Fountain (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Eugene O'Neill
4 The Fountain (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Eugene O'Neill
5 Frankfort Chronicle, circa 1936-1939
by Harry Sackler
6 Frederick Douglass, circa 1936-1939
by Georgia Douglas Johnson, photocopy
7 Frederick Douglass (5 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Georgia Douglas Johnson
8 The Friendly Brushes, April 1924
by Harriet Wedgwood, a health play for children, reprinted from Hygeia
9 Friendly Enemies, circa 1936-1939
by Samuel Shipman and Aaron Hoffman
10 Friendly Enemies (revised), circa 1936-1939
by Samuel Shipman and Aaron Hoffman
11 The Frog and the Prince (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by B. R. Fuller
Box Folder
158 1 From John Doe to John Dough (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Leopold L. Atlas
2 Funeral Flowers for the Bride, September 1937
by Beverly Hamer in the Carolina Play Book volume X, number 3
3 G.A.R. of the W.P.A., circa 1936-1939
4 Gammer Gurton's Needle (3 copies), circa 1936-1939
by William Stevenson
5 Garment Center (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by B. K. Simkhovitch
6 Garment Center, circa 1936-1939
by B. K. Simkhovitch
Box Folder
364 7 Garment Center (photocopy), circa 1936-1939
by B. K. Simkhovitch
Box Folder
158 7 The Gates of Luthany (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Felix Doherty
Box Folder
159 1 Il Gatto in Cantina (The Cat in the Bag) (Italian), circa 1936-1939
by Nando Vitali
2 Generations (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Ben Russak
3 Generations (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Ben Russak
4 Generations (2 copies, 1 Yiddish), circa 1936-1939
by Ben Russak
5 Genesis, August 30, 1934
by Charles Flato and Jack Bates. Production of the ERA Civic Theater of Boston.
6 Genesis (8 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Edward Lynn
7 Gentlemen prefer Blondes, March 20, 1939
by Anita Loos and John Emerson
8 Gentlemen prefer Blondes (2 copies), March 20, 1939
by Anita Loos and John Emerson
Box Folder
160 1 Gentlemen prefer Blondes (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Anita Loos and John Emerson
2 Get Together, circa 1936-1939
by Isidore Reuben
3 Getting a Job in Life (5 copies), circa 1936-1939
4 Ghost Town, circa 1936-1939
by Philo Higley
5 The Ghost Train, circa 1936-1939
by Arnold Ridley
6 The Gingerbread Man (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Buell R. Fuller
7 The Gioconda Smile (3 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Aldous Huxley
8 Girl of the Golden West, circa 1936-1939
photocopy
9 The Glass Slipper, circa 1936-1939
by Ferenc Molnar
Box Folder
161 1 The Glass Slipper (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Ferenc Molnar
2 Go Down Moses, circa 1936-1939
by Theodore Browne, based on the life and times of Harriet Tubman, a play in two acts, photocopy
3 God, Emperor and Peasant (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
adapted and translated by Lola Sachs and Klara Deppe from German of Julius Hay
4 The God Innis, April 28, 1939
by Helen Rovene Williams and George Brendan Dowell
5 The God Innis, April 28, 1939
by Helen Rovene Williams and George Brendan Dowell
6 The God Innis, June 7, 1939
by Helen Rovene Williams and George Brendan Dowell
7 The God Innis, June 7, 1939
by Helen Rovene Williams and George Brendan Dowell
8 The God Innis, June 7, 1939
by Helen Rovene Williams and George Brendan Dowell
Box Folder
162 1 God, Man and Devil (3 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Jacob Gordon
2 The God of Abram (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by J. J. Robbins
3 The God of Abram (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by J. J. Robbins
4 God's in His Heaven, circa 1936-1939
by Philip Stevenson
5 The Gods Smile Last (3 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Leon Crozier
6 Going Some, circa 1936-1939
by Paul Armstrong and Rex Beach
7 The Golden Bird (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Paul Smith
8 Good Teeth for Bad (3 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Louise Franklin Bache
9 The Goose Hangs High, circa 1936-1939
by Lewis Beach
10 The Goose Hangs High, circa 1936-1939
by Lewis Beach
Box Folder
163 1 The Goose Hangs High, circa 1936-1939
by Lewis Beach
2 The Gooseberry Mandarin (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Kermit Love
3 Grandma's Story (3 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Rose Carlyn
4 Granny Maumee, circa 1936-1939
by Ridgely Torrence; A Play for the Negro Theatre, photocopy
5 The Grasshoppers, circa 1936-1939
by Howard Koch; A Comedy of Recent Times, photocopy
6 Gravesend (3 copies), circa 1936-1939 and October 14, 1936
by Irving P. Kapner, Joseph Liss, Rose Siegel
7 Gravesend, circa 1936-1939
by Irving P. Kapner, Joseph Liss, Rose Siegel
8 Gravesend (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Irving P. Kapner, Joseph Liss, Rose Siegel
9 Gravesend, circa 1936-1939
by Irving P. Kapner, Joseph Liss, Rose Siegel
10 The Gray Lady (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Warwick F. Williams
11 The Gray Overcoat, circa 1936-1939
by William R. Randall
12 A Great American, circa 1936-1939
by Anna Friedman; A Roosevelt Play, photocopy
13 The Great American, circa 1936-1939
by Gertrude Worthington Jeffries, photocopy
14 The Great American (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Gertrude Worthington Jeffries
15 The Great American Drama, circa 1936-1939
16 The Great American Drama, circa 1936-1939
Box Folder
164 1 The Great Barrington (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by F. L. Russell
2 The Great Barrington (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by F. L. Russell
3 The Great Barrington (2 copies), December 1937
by F. L. Russell
4 The Great Barrington (2 copies), December 1937
by F. L. Russell
5 The Great Barrington (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by F. L. Russell
Box Folder
165 1 Great Catherine (4 copies), circa 1936-1939 and April 10, 1939
by George Bernard Shaw
2 Great Northwest Territory (5 copies), circa 1936-1939 and May 1, 1939
3 Green Grow the Lilacs, circa 1936-1939
by Lynn Riggs
4 Green Grow the Lilacs, circa 1936-1939
by Lynn Riggs
5 Green Grow the Lilacs, circa 1936-1939
by Lynn Riggs
6 Green Grow the Lilacs, circa 1936-1939
by Lynn Riggs
Box Folder
166 1 Green Grow the Lilacs, circa 1936-1939
by Lynn Riggs
2 Green Margins (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Bernard Szold and E. P. O'Donnell
3 Green Margins (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Bernard Szold and E. P. O'Donnell
4 The Green Pastures (2 copies), June 12, 1939
by Marc Connelly
5 Gulliver's Travels, circa 1936-1939
adapted by Stephen Weiss
6 Had Lefty Come (3 copies), circa 1936-1939
by William J. Langman, S. J.
7 The Hairy Ape (4 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Eugene O'Neill
Box Folder
167 1 Haiti (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by William Du Bois
2 Haiti (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by William Du Bois
3 Haiti, circa 1936-1939
by William Du Bois
4 Haiti, April 1938
by William Du Bois
5 Haiti, April 1938
by William Du Bois
6 Haiti (revised), circa 1936-1939
by William Du Bois
7 The Hammer (3 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Noah Elstein
8 Hans Bulow's Last Puppet (3 copies), August 1938
by Grace Dorcas Ruthenberg
Box Folder
168 1 Hansel and Gretel (3 copies), July 1938
by Harlan E. Glazier
2 Hansel and Gretel (6 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Yasha Frank
3 The Happy Journey (3 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Thornton Wilder
4 The Happy Journey to Trenton and Camben (4 copies), April 7, 1939
by Thornton Wilder
5 Hate Begins (3 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Wilfrido Ma Guerrero
6 Haunch Paunch and Jowl (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Donald Davis and Samuel Ornitz
7 The Haunted Graveyard, circa 1936-1939
by Joseph Lehmann
8 Haven or The Merited Gallows (7 copies), circa 1936-1939 and February 1938
by Charles Prentiss
9 The Haves (2 copies), April 24, 1939
by Julius Hay
Box Folder
169 1 The Haves (2 copies), May 31, 1938
by Julius Hay
2 Having a Wonderful Time (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Arthur Kober
3 Having a Wonderful Time, circa 1936-1939
by Arthur Kober
4 The Hawthorn Tree (4 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Elizabeth Jane Astley
5 The Headache Post (3 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Philip Atlee and Edmund Van Zandt
6 The Headache Post (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Philip Atlee and Edmund Van Zandt
7 The Heart of Maryland, June 2, 1939
by David Belasco
Box Folder
170 1 Heartbreak House, circa 1936-1939
by George Bernard Shaw
2 The Heavenly Express (3 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Albert Bein
3 The Heavenly Express (3 copies), February 1, 1939
by Albert Bein
4 Helga (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Helen Clare Nelson
5 Hell's Bells (Fools Gold), circa 1936-1939
by Barry Conners
6 Hell's Half Acre, 1938
by Abram Hill, photocopy
Box Folder
171 1 Heloise and Abelard (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Margaret Sperry
2 Heloise and Abelard (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Margaret Sperry
3 Help Yourself (2 copies), November 1936
by Paul Vulpius
4 Help Yourself (2 copies), November 1936
by Paul Vulpius
5 Help Yourself (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Paul Vulpius
Box Folder
172 1 Help Yourself (3 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Paul Vulpius
2 A Hero is Born (3 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Theresa Helburn
3 A Hero is Born (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Theresa Helburn
Box Folder
364 8 A Hero is Born (photocopy), circa 1936-1939
by Theresa Helburn
Box Folder
172 4 The Hessian Christmas Play (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
adapted and translated by Donald Fay Robinson
5 Hiwatha and the Great Pearl Feather (3 copies), circa 1936-1939
adapted by Kent Pease Hamdent High School, Hamdent, Connecticut
6 High Tor (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Maxwell Anderson
7 High Tor (2 copies), December 7, 1938
by Maxwell Anderson
Box Folder
173 1 High Tor (2 copies), December 9, 1938
by Maxwell Anderson
2 Hindsight and Foresight (4 copies), 1936-1939
by Mary B. Stafford
3 Hirschvogel of Nurnberg (4 copies), August 1938
by Harlan E. Glazier
4 His Majesty the Microbe (6 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Lee Freeson
5 Hobbyhorse (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Howard Koch and Ben Russak
6 Hobbyhorse (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Howard Koch and Ben Russak
7 Holy Night (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Gregorio Martinez Sierra
8 Holy Night (3 copies), November 1937
by Gregorio Martinez Sierra
Box Folder
174 1 Holy Night (4 copies), October 1938
by Gregorio Martinez Sierra
2 Home on the Shooting Range (5 copies), circa 1936-1939
by John Wiley
3 Home to Langford County (4 copies), 1938 and March 15, 1939
by Harold Courlander
4 The Honorable Aladdin and His Lamp (2 copies), April 12, 1939
by Sally Coulter
5 Hookworm (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Herb Meadow
6 Horse Play (5 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Dorothy Hailpern
7 Horse Play (4 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Dorothy Hailpern
8 Hot Pan, circa 1936-1939
by Michael Swift
9 Hotel Universe (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Philip Barry
Box Folder
175 1 Hotel Universe, circa 1936-1939
by Philip Barry
2 A House Divided (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by John Alan Haughton
3 Houses Divided (2 copies, January 15, 1936
by Marion Holbrook
4 A House in the City (5 copies), January 1938
by Joseph Liss
Box Folder
364 9 The House of Connelly (photocopy), February 26, 1937
by Paul Green
Box Folder
175 5 The House that Health Built (3 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Sara E. Bower
6 The House that Jack's Building, circa 1936-1939
by Bertram M. Gross
7 Housing (3 copies), circa 1936-1939
8 The Housing Question (3 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Alan Sidney
9 How Prince Joy was Saved (3 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Edith Kunz
10 How the Indians got Their Corn (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by The Historical Project, Federal Writers Project of Minnesota
11 Hymn to the Rising Sun, circa 1936-1939
by Paul Green
12 Hymn to the Rising Sun (4 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Paul Green
Box Folder
176 1 I Confess (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by William Beyer
2 I Confess (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by William Beyer
3 I Confess (2 copies), February 21, 1939
by William Beyer
4 I Confess, February 21, 1939
by William Beyer
5 I Confess (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by William Beyer
Box Folder
177 1 I Have Five Daughters (2 copies), April 14, 1939
by Margaret MacNamera
2 I Have Five Daughters, April 14, 1939
by Margaret MacNamera
3 I Heard (3 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Edwin Burke
4 I Want a Policeman, circa 1936-1939
by Rufus King and Milton Lazarus
5 I Want a Policeman (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Rufus King and Milton Lazarus
6 The Idle Inn (3 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Perez Hirschbaum
7 If I Were You, circa 1936-1939
8 If Ye Break Faith (revised), November 16, 1938
by Maria M. Coxe, photocopy
Box Folder
178 1 If Ye Break Faith (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Maria M. Coxe
2 If Ye Break Faith (2 copies), November 16, 1938
by Maria M. Coxe
Box Folder
365 1 If Ye Break Faith (photocopy), circa 1936-1939
by Maria M. Coxe
Box Folder
178 3 In a Fish Store (3 copies), circa 1936-1939
4 In Abraham's Bosom (3 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Paul Green
5 In the Zone (6 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Eugene O'Neill
6 The Informer, circa 1936-1939
by Bertolt Brecht
7 Injunction Granted, January 1938
by the Editorial Staff of the Living Newspaper, photocopy
8 Injunction Granted, January 1938
by the Editorial Staff of the Living Newspaper, photocopy
Box Folder
179 1 Injunction Granted, January 1938
by the Editorial Staff of the Living Newspaper, photocopy
2 Injunction Granted, January 1938
by the Editorial Staff of the Living Newspaper, photocopy
3 Injunction Granted, July 1937
by the Editorial Staff of the Living Newspaper
4 Injunction Granted, January 1938
by the Editorial Staff of the Living Newspaper
5 Injunction Granted, January 1938
by the Editorial Staff of the Living Newspaper
6 Intermission (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Maurice Stoller
7 The Iron Land, circa 1936-1939
by Norman Roston
8 Israel in the Kitchen (revised), July 1934
by Noah Elstein, photocopy
Box Folder
180 1 Israel in the Kitchen (2 copies in Yiddish), circa 1936-1939
by Noah Elstein
2 Israel in the Kitchen (3 copies in Yiddish), circa 1936-1939
by Noah Elstein
3 It Can't Happen Here, September 18, 1936
by John C. Moffitt and Sinclair Lewis; From the novel by Sinclair Lewis, photocopy
4 It Can't Happen Here, September 18, 1936
by John C. Moffitt and Sinclair Lewis; From the novel by Sinclair Lewis, photocopy
5 It Can't Happen Here, September 18, 1936
by John C. Moffitt and Sinclair Lewis; From the novel by Sinclair Lewis, photocopy
6 It Can't Happen Here, September 18, 1936
by John C. Moffitt and Sinclair Lewis; From the novel by Sinclair Lewis, photocopy
7 It Can't Happen Here, September 18, 1936
by John C. Moffitt and Sinclair Lewis; From the novel by Sinclair Lewis
8 It Can't Happen Here, September 18, 1936
by John C. Moffitt and Sinclair Lewis; From the novel by Sinclair Lewis
Box Folder
181 1 It Can't Happen Here, September 18, 1936
by John C. Moffitt and Sinclair Lewis; From the novel by Sinclair Lewis
2 It Can't Happen Here, September 18, 1936
by John C. Moffitt and Sinclair Lewis; From the novel by Sinclair Lewis
3 It Can't Happen Here, September 18, 1936
by John C. Moffitt and Sinclair Lewis; From the novel by Sinclair Lewis
4 It Can't Happen Here, September 18, 1936
by John C. Moffitt and Sinclair Lewis; From the novel by Sinclair Lewis
5 It Can't Happen Here, September 18, 1936
by John C. Moffitt and Sinclair Lewis; From the novel by Sinclair Lewis
6 It Can't Happen Here, September 18, 1936
by John C. Moffitt and Sinclair Lewis; From the novel by Sinclair Lewis
7 Jack and the Bean Stalk, circa 1936-1939
by Raymond Reeves, photocopy
8 Jack and the Bean Stalk (5 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Raymond Reeves
Box Folder
182 1 Jail-Bird Minstrel (3 copies), circa 1936-1939
2 Jane Clegg (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by St. John G. Ervine
3 Jane Clegg (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by St. John G. Ervine
4 Jefferson Davis, circa 1936-1939
by John McGee
5 Jellico an' de Critters (3 copies), circa 1936-1939
adapted by Federal Theatre Project Los Angeles, California
6 Jericho, 1936
by H. L. Fishel, photocopy
7 Jericho, circa 1936-1939
by H. L. Fishel, photocopy
8 Jericho (3 copies), 1936
by H. L. Fishel
9 Jericho, circa 1936-1939
by H. L. Fishel
Box Folder
183 1 The Jewel Tree (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Martha Hodgson Ellis
2 Jobs, Inc. (5 copies), March 10-21, 1939
by David Schrieber
3 John Ferguson, circa 1936-1939
by St. John G. Ervine
4 John Ferguson (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by St. John G. Ervine
5 John Henry: Steel Driving Man, circa 1936-1939
by Frank B. Wells; Tracking Down a Negro Legend, a Saga, photocopy
6 John Henry: Steel Driving Man, circa 1936-1939
by Frank B. Wells; Tracking Down a Negro Legend, a Saga
7 John Henry: Steel Driving Man (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Frank B. Wells; Tracking Down a Negro Legend, a Saga
8 John Henry: Steel Driving Man (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Frank B. Wells; Tracking Down a Negro Legend, a Saga
Box Folder
184 1 Johnny Johnson, circa 1936-1939
by Paul Green
2 Johnny Johnson, circa 1936-1939
by Paul Green
3 The Jolly Little Tailor (4 copies), May 26, 1939
by Luidmilla Vepritskaya
4 Joseph and his Brothers (4 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Alma Shaw
5 Journey's End (Yiddish), circa 1936-1939
by R. G. Sheriff
6 Journey's End (Yiddish), circa 1936-1939
by R. G. Sheriff
7 Journey's End, December 28, 1938
by R. G. Sheriff
Box Folder
185 1 Journey's End (2 copies), December 28, 1938
by R. G. Sheriff
2 Juba, circa 1936-1939
by Warren Coleman; A Negro Comedy, 2 photocopies
3 Judge Hoptoad's Court (3 copies), circa 1936-1939
4 Judgment Day (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
Elmer Rice
5 Julius Caesar, circa 1936-1939
by Shakespeare
6 Just Till Morning, circa 1936-1939
by Thomas A. Langan
7 Kamiano, circa 1936-1939
by Emmet Lavery
8 Kangaroo Court (9 copies), circa 1936-1939
Box Folder
186 1 Katcha and the Devil (4 copies), July 1938
by Ruth Fenisong
2 Kempy (3 copies), circa 1936-1939
by J. C. Nugent and Elliott Nugent
3 Kempy, circa 1936-1939
by J. C. Nugent and Elliott Nugent
4 Kind Mountain (2 copies), March 30, 1939
by Edgar Slaughter
5 King Cotton, circa 1937-1939
The Living Newspaper Presents
6 King Cotton, circa 1937-1939
The Living Newspaper Presents
Box Folder
187 1 The King of Nowhere (3 copies), April 14, 1939
by James Bridie
2 The King of the Golden River, circa 1936-1939
by Catherine Reighard
3 Lady Say Yes, circa 1936-1939
by Max M. Dill
4 Laff That Off, circa 1936-1939
by Don Mullally
5 Laid Off (4 copies), circa 1936-1939
by David Pinski
6 Land Grant, 1939
by T. C. Robinson and Rena M. Vale, photocopy
7 Land Grant, 1939
by T. C. Robinson and Rena M. Vale, photocopy
8 Lars Killed His Son (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Lawrence J. Bernard
Box Folder
188 1 The Last Enemy (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Frances Nimmo Greene and Robert Harvey Greene
2 The Last Enemy (2 copies), January 30, 1937
by Frances Nimmo Greene and Robert Harvey Greene
3 The Last Enemy (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Frances Nimmo Greene and Robert Harvey Greene
4 The Last Hour of Kid Jones (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by George Scudder
5 Last Stop , revised August 5, 1937
by Irving Kaye Davis
6 Last Stop (2 copies), revised August 5, 1937
by Irving Kaye Davis
Box Folder
189 1 Last Stop (2 copies), 1936
by Irving Kaye Davis
2 The Last Trump (2 copies), March 23, 1939
by James Bridie
3 The Last Trump, March 23, 1939
by James Bridie
4 The Late Christopher Bean (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Sidney Howard
5 The Late Christopher Bean, circa 1936-1939
by Sidney Howard
6 Late Harvest (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Harry King Tootle
Box Folder
190 1 Late Harvest (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Harry King Tootle
2 Late Primitive (3 copies), July 1937
by William Beyer
3 Late Primitive (3 copies), July 1937
by William Beyer
4 Laughing Boy, circa 1936-1939
by Oliver La Farge
5 Lawd Keep My Chillun Babes (3 copies), circa 1936-1939
by V. Beldon?
6 The Law O' the Sea, circa 1936-1939
by Harry King Tootle
7 Lazarus of Verdun (3 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Ernest Chamberlain
8 Lazarus of Verdun (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Ernest Chamberlain
9 The Leaping Sword, circa 1936-1939
Box Folder
191 1 The Left Bank (3 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Elmer Rice
2 Les Precieusus Ridicules (3 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Moliere
3 Lest Ye Forget (6 copies), circa 1936-1939
4 The Letter Carrier (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by A. Barto
5 A Letter to the President's Wife (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Maurice Stoller
6 A Letter to Santa Claus (3 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Charlotte Chorpenning
7 Liars All (6 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Bertram Robinson
8 Liberty Deferred, circa 1936-1939
photocopy
9 Liberty Deferred, circa 1936-1939
photocopy
Box Folder
192 1 Liberty Deferred, circa 1936-1939
photocopy
2 Lieing, circa 1936-1939
by Edward Hopter
3 Life and Death of an American, circa 1936-1939
by George Sklar
4 Life and Death of an American (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by George Sklar
5 Life and Death of an American (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by George Sklar
6 Life and Death of an American (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by George Sklar
7 Lifting the Bushel (4 copies), June 1937
by Gilbert Laurence
8 Like Falling Leaves, circa 1936-1939
by Giuseppe Giacosa
Box Folder
193 1 Like Falling Leaves, circa 1936-1939
by Giuseppe Giacosa
2 Li'l' Hannibal (3 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Marion Flexner and Dorothy Park Clark
3 Liliom, circa 1936-1939
by Franz Molnar
4 Liliom (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Franz Molnar
5 The Lion and the Bear (4 copies), March 1937
by Alma Shaw
6 Little Black Sambo, June 1, 1939
by C. B. Chorpenning, photocopy
7 Little Black Sambo (7 copies), July 1938
by C. B. Chorpenning
8 Little Black Sambo (2 copies), 14062
by C. B. Chorpenning
Box Folder
194 1 Little Black Sambo (2 copies), June 1, 1939
by C. B. Chorpenning
2 Little Black Sambo (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Molka Reich of Miami Florida Project
3 The Little Crib (4 copies), November 1937
translated from Flemish by Jacob Borut and Lola Sachs
4 The Little Crib (3 copies), reissued April 1938
translated from Flemish by Jacob Borut and Lola Sachs
5 Little David, circa 1936-1939
by Marc Connelly
6 The Little Golden Key (3 copies), November 29, 1938
by Alexei Tolstoi
7 Little Hereos (2 copies in Yiddish), circa 1936-1939
8 The Little Vegetable Men, circa 1936-1939
by Eleanor Glendower Griffith
9 Living Newspaper Follies, circa 1936-1939
by Lawrence and Sylvia Martin, photocopy
Box Folder
195 1 Living Newspaper Follies, circa 1936-1939
by Lawrence and Sylvia Martin, photocopy
2 The Lonely Man (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Howard Koch
3 The Lonely Man (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Howard Koch
4 The Lonely Man (3 copies), December 1937
by Howard Koch
5 The Long Christmas Dinner (4 copies), April 4, 1939
by Thornton Wilder
6 The Long Voyage Home (3 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Eugene O'Neill
7 Look Who's Here, circa 1936-1939
by Charles George
8 Lost Boy (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by T. C. Upham
Box Folder
196 1 Lost Boy (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by T. C. Upham
2 The Lost Generation (4 copies), July 1937
by Isidore Reuben
3 Lost Olympus (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Charles Alan
4 Lost Olympus (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Charles Alan
5 Love and How to Cure it (4 copies), April 21, 1939
by Thornton Wilder
6 Love 'em and Leave 'em (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
Box Folder
197 1 Love 'em and Leave 'em, circa 1936-1939
2 Love Goes West (7 copies), circa 1936-1939
3 Loyalties (3 copies), circa 1936-1939
by John Galsworthy
4 Lucy Stone, circa 1936-1939
by Maud Wood Park, photocopy
5 Lucy Stone (2 copies), June 16, 1939
by Maud Wood Park
6 Lucy Stone (2 copies), June 12, 1939
by Maud Wood Park
7 Lucy Stone (2 copies), March 15, 1939
by Maud Wood Park revised by Robert Finch
Box Folder
198 1 Lysistrata of Aristophanes, circa 1936-1939
by Theodore Browne; An "African Version", photocopy
2 M. D., circa 1936-1939
by Clarence H. Talbot
3 The Maastricht Play, circa 1936-1939
reprinted from the "Theatre Arts Monthy" for December 1927, included in the Harvard dramatic club miracle plays
4 Macbeth, April 14, 1936
by William Shakespeare; arranged and staged by Orson Welles; Complete Working Script, photocopy of original from April 14, 1936
5 Macbeth, April 14, 1936
by William Shakespeare; arranged and staged by Orson Welles; Complete Working Script, photocopy of original from April 14, 1936
6 Macbeth, April 14, 1936
by William Shakespeare; adaptation for the colored unit, opened on April 14, 1936 at Lafayette Theatre, photocopy
7 Macbeth, April 14, 1936
by William Shakespeare; adaptation for the colored unit, opened on April 14, 1936 at Lafayette Theatre, photocopy
8 Macbeth (3 copies), circa 1936-1939
by William Shakespeare; adaptation for the colored unit
9 Macbeth (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by William Shakespeare; adaptation for the colored unit
10 Macbeth (3 copies), circa 1936-1939
by William Shakespeare; adaptation for the colored unit
Box Folder
199 1 Macbeth (3 copies), circa 1936-1939
by William Shakespeare; adaptation for the colored unit
2 Machinal (4 copies), circa 1936-1939
3 Machinal (3 copies), circa 1936-1939
4 Machinal (9 copies), circa 1936-1939
5 Madonna by the Sea (2 copies), February 20-28, 1939
by William Blake
6 The Magic Milk Game (3 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Victoria Heindel
7 The Magnificent Marrionette (3 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Lee Freeson
Box Folder
200 1 Magnolia Street, circa 1936-1939
by Louis Golding and A. R. Rawlinson
2 Major Barbara, circa 1936-1939
by Bernard Shaw
3 Major Barbara, circa 1936-1939
by Bernard Shaw
4 A Man in the Stalls (4 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Alfred Sutro
5 A Man in the Tree (2 copies), December 1937
by John Woodworth
6 A Man in the Tree (3 copies), December 1937
by John Woodworth
7 The Man of the Times (3 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Mr. Beete
Box Folder
201 1 The Man of the Times (3 copies), reissued February 1938
by Mr. Beete
2 Man of Tomorrow (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Hollister Noble and Edward R. Sammis
3 Man of Tomorrow (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Hollister Noble and Edward R. Sammis
4 The Man Who Died at Twelve O'Clock (4 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Paul Green
5 The Man Who Married a Dumb Wife, April 18, 1939
by Anatole France
6 Many Mansions, February 27, 1939
by Jules Eckert Goodman and Eckert Goodman
7 Many Mansions (2 copies), February 27, 1939
by Jules Eckert Goodman and Eckert Goodman
Box Folder
202 1 Marie Baskirtseff (2 copies), November 17, 1938
by Earnest Andai and Lajos Balint
2 Marionette Varieties (4 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Federal Theatres, Los Angeles, California
3 The Marriage of Wit and Science (3 copies), January 3, 1939
4 A Marriage Proposal (6 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Anton Chekhov
5 Mary's Vegetable Garden (3 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Rena B. Johnson
6 The Mask and the Face (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
7 The Mask and the Face (3 copies), circa 1936-1939
Box Folder
203 1 Masks and Faces (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Tom Taylor and Charles Reade
2 May Madness (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Mabel DeVries Tanner
3 May Madness (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Mabel DeVries Tanner
4 May Madness (2 copies), January 31, 1939
by Mabel DeVries Tanner
5 Medicine Show, May 11, 1939
photocopy
6 Medicine Show, 1986
revised draft copyright 1986, photocopy from script given to Lorraine Brown by Oscar Saul
7 Medicine Show, 1986
revised draft copyright 1986, photocopy from script given to Lorraine Brown by Oscar Saul
Box Folder
204 1 Melodies on Parade (5 copies), circa 1936-1939
by John Le Touche
2 The Melody of Youth, circa 1936-1939
by Brandon Tynan
3 Men at Work, circa 1936-1939
4 Merry-Go-Mad (2 copies), January 30, 1939
by Victor Victor
5 Merry-Go-Mad (2 copies), January 30, 1939
by Victor Victor
6 Merry Wives of Windsor, circa 1936-1939
by William Shakespeare
7 Mess of Pottage (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by H. Richard Oliver and John McCain Rimassa
8 A Midsummer Night's Dream, February 8, 1939
by William Shakespeare
Box Folder
205 1 The Mighty Mikko (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Rose Dubin
2 The Mighty Mikko (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Ruth Fenisong and Samuel Sayer
3 The Mikado (published script), circa 1885
By W. S. Gilbert and Arthur Sullivan. Published by Arthur W. Tams Music Library, Inc. Incomplete script with some handwritten notations.
4 The Mikado (swing version), May 11, 1939
by W. S. Gilbert; The Town of Titifu, photocopy
5 The Mikado (5 copies), March 28, 1939
by W. S. Gilbert; The Town of Titifu
6 The Mikado (3 copies), circa 1936-1939
by W. S. Gilbert; The Town of Titifu
7 Miles Gloriosus, circa 1936-1939
by Plautus; translated by Clarence P. Bill, photocopy
8 Milk, 1938
photocopy
9 Milk, circa 1936-1939
10 The Milky Way (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Lynn Root and Harry Clork
Box Folder
206 1 Mine Incident (3 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Wallace L. Waite
2 Mine Incident (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Wallace L. Waite
3 Ming Tong Pepper Tree (3 copies), circa 1936-1939
by B. R. Fuller
4 Minnie the Tired Trolley Car (5 copies), May 1-2, 1939
by Dee Burque
5 Miracle at Verdun, circa 1936-1939
by Hans Chlumberg, photocopy
6 The Miracle Man (2 copies in Yiddish), circa 1936-1939
by Nahum Brind
7 The Mirror Crack'd (2 copies), March 7, 1939
by John Crosby
Box Folder
207 1 The Mirror Crack'd, March 7, 1939
by John Crosby
2 Miscellaneous one page from unknown script, circa 1936-1939
Page has dialogue from three different bald headed men, a character called Cadwallader is named, all, and a chorus.
3 Mississippi Rainbow, circa 1936-1939
by John Charles Brownell
4 Missouri Legend (2 copies), February 28, 1939
by E. B. Ginty
5 Missouri Legend , February 28, 1939
by E. B. Ginty
6 Mr. Cold You Can't Catch Me (9 copies), September 1937
by Louise Franklin Bache
7 Mr. Dooley Jr. (3 copies), December 7, 1938
by Rose Franken and Jane Lewin
8 Mr. Dooley Jr. (3 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Rose Franken and Jane Lewin
Box Folder
208 1 Mr. Thousand (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Holger Cahill
2 Mr. Thousand, circa 1936-1939
by Holger Cahill
3 Mr. Thousand (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Holger Cahill
4 Money (3 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Michael Gold
5 The Money Changers (3 copies), November 26, 1936
by J. R. Perkins
6 Monsignor's Hour (4 copies in English, 1 copy in Italian), circa 1936-1939
by Emmet Lavery
7 The Moon in the Yellow River (2 copies), February 7, 1939
by Denis Johnston
Box Folder
209 1 The Moon in the Yellow River (2 copies), February 7, 1939
by Denis Johnston
2 The Moon of the Caribbees (3 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Eugene O'Neill
3 A Moral Entertainment (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Richard Maibaum
4 A Moral Entertainment (2 copies), March 31, 1939
by Richard Maibaum
5 A Moral Entertainment (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Richard Maibaum
6 Morning Exercise (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Samuel French
7 Morning in America (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Willard Weiner
Box Folder
210 1 Morning in America (2 copies), November 14, 1938-January 6, 1939
by Willard Weiner
2 Morning in America (2 copies), November 22-December 27, 1938
by Willard Weiner
3 Morning in America (2 copies), April 3, 1939
by Willard Weiner
4 Morning Paper (3 copies), July 1937
by Joseph Liss
5 Mortals in Fairyland (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Ruth Fenisong
6 The Most Wicked Pirate (9 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Louise Franklin Bache
7 Mrs Lincoln (1 of 2), circa 1936-1939
by Ramon Romero, photocopy
Box Folder
211 1 Mrs Lincoln (2 of 2), circa 1936-1939
by Ramon Romero, photocopy
2 Mrs Lincoln, circa 1936-1939
by Ramon Romero
3 Mrs Lincoln, circa 1936-1939
by Ramon Romero
4 Murder in the Cathedral (4 copies), circa 1936-1939
by T. S. Eliot
5 Murder in the Cathedral (3 copies), circa 1936-1939
by T. S. Eliot
6 Murder in the Cathedral (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by T. S. Eliot
7 Murder in the Tennement (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Irving P. Kapner
8 Murder in the Tennement (4 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Irving P. Kapner
Box Folder
212 1 Murder in the Tennement (3 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Irving P. Kapner
2 Musicians of Bremen (3 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Buell R. Fuller
3 My Country Right or Left, 1937
by Muriel Fox, Marie Reed, Suzette Telenga, and Jane Whitbread; A Musical Satire, photocopy
4 The Mystery of the Broadwalk Asylum, April 30, 1937
by Cecil E. Reynolds
5 The Mystery of the Broadwalk Asylum (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Cecil E. Reynolds
6 Nathan Hale (4 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Rose Carlyn
7 The Nativity (3 copies), November 1937
from volume of Harvard Dramatic Club Miracle Plays edited by Donald Fay Robinson
8 The Natural Man, circa 1936-1939
by Theodore Brown; Based on the Legend of John Henry, photocopy
9 The Natural Man, circa 1936-1939
by Theodore Brown; Based on the Legend of John Henry, photocopy
Box Folder
213 1 The Natural Man, circa 1936-1939
by Theodore Brown; Based on the Legend of John Henry
2 The Negro Boy and the Monkey (5 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Nathalie Satz and Sergei Rosaanov
3 Nelagony (3 copies), November 1937
by Anemone Pemberton
4 The New Deal, circa 1936-1939
photocopy
5 New Deal Prospectors, circa 1936-1939
photocopy
6 Night Over Taos, circa 1936-1939
by Maxwell Anderson
7 1935, January 1938
by Arthur Arent; A Living Newspaper Play, photocopy
8 1935, October 16, 1936
by Arthur Arent; A Living Newspaper Play
9 1935 (2 copies), January 1938
by Arthur Arent; A Living Newspaper Play
10 Ninety-Seven Cents, December 15, 1937
by students of Commonwealth College; Commonwealth College Fortnightly, photocopy
11 No Abiding Place, March 15, 1939
by Eleanor Flexner
Box Folder
214 1 No Abiding Place (2 copies), March 15, 1939
by Eleanor Flexner
2 No Angels Singing (2 copies), June 16, 1939
by Arthur Strawn and Henry Rosendahl
3 No More Frontier (3 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Talbot Jennings
4 No More Peace (3 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Ernest Toller
5 No More Peace (3 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Ernest Toller
6 No New Thing, April 27, 1939
by Lilian Gill
Box Folder
215 1 Noah (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
2 The Noose (3 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Jerome Geneson
3 The Noose of Montfaucon (2 copies), November 25, 1938
by George Smedley Smith and Bernard Szold
4 The Noose of Montfaucon (2 copies), 1936-1939
by George Smedley Smith and Bernard Szold
5 Northern Lights, November 28, 1938
by Ethel Watts Mumford and Lily Strickland
6 Not For Children (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Elmer Rice
7 Not For Children (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Elmer Rice
8 Not Youth Anymore (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Nathan Spiegel
Box Folder
216 1 Nouvelle Orleans (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Joseph Hergesheimer
2 Nouvelle Orleans (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Joseph Hergesheimer
3 O Say Can You Sing, December 11, 1936
by Sid Kuller and Ray Golden
4 O Say Can You Sing (2 copies), December 11, 1936
by Sid Kuller and Ray Golden
5 Ohio Doom, circa 1936-1939
by Harold Igo, photocopy
6 Ohio Doom (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Harold Igo
Box Folder
217 1 Ohio Doom, circa 1936-1939
by Harold Igo
2 On the Rocks, circa 1936-1939
by Bernard Shaw
3 Old Autumn, circa 1936-1939
by James Knox Millen
4 Old Autumn, circa 1936-1939
by James Knox Millen
5 The Old Homestead (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Denman Thompson
6 Old Time Minstrel (3 copies), circa 1936-1939
7 Oliver Twist (3 copies), circa 1936-1939
adapted for marionettes by Ruth Fenisong and Samuel Sayer
8 Oliver Twist (3 copies), July 1937
adapted for marionettes by Ruth Fenisong and Samuel Sayer
Box Folder
218 1 On Stage, circa 1936-1939
by Benjamin M. Kaye
2 On Stage (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Benjamin M. Kaye
3 On the Rocks (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Bernard Shaw
4 On the Rocks (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Bernard Shaw
5 On the Rocks (3 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Bernard Shaw
6 On the Tower of the Shadows (3 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Marian Katherine Brown
Box Folder
219 1 One Car Wedding (7 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Seyril Schochen
2 One More Spring (3 copies), circa 1936-1939
a dramatization by Lulie Hard McKinley of the novel by Robert Nathan
3 One More Spring (3 copies), circa 1936-1939
a dramatization by Lulie Hard McKinley of the novel by Robert Nathan
4 One More Spring, circa 1936-1939
a dramatization by Lulie Hard McKinley of the novel by Robert Nathan
5 One of the Family, circa 1936-1939
by Kenneth Webb
6 One Third of a Nation, July 29, 1938
by Arthur Arent; A Living Newspaper about Housing, Philadelphia version, photocopy
Box Folder
220 1 One Third of a Nation (acts 1 through 3, 5), circa 1936-1939
by Arthur Arent; A Living Newspaper about Housing
Box Folder
279 9 One Third of a Nation, January 1938
by Arthur Arent; A Living Newspaper about Housing
Box Folder
220 2 One Third of a Nation, January 1938
by Arthur Arent; A Living Newspaper about Housing
3 One Third of a Nation (volume 1), April 1938
by Arthur Arent; A Living Newspaper about Housing
4 One Third of a Nation (volume 1), April 1938
by Arthur Arent; A Living Newspaper about Housing
5 One Third of a Nation (volume 2, 3 copies), April 1938
by Arthur Arent; A Living Newspaper about Housing
6 One Third of a Nation (2 copies), 14314
by Arthur Arent; A Living Newspaper about Housing
Box Folder
221 1 The Oppermans (2 copies in Yiddish), circa 1936-1939
dramatized from L. Feuchtwanger's novel by Clayton Fritchi
2 Orlando Furioso (6 copies), June 5-9, 1939
by Remo Bufano
3 Our Fathers Brought Forth, 14297
by Irvin Wilson Baker
4 Our Fathers Brought Forth (2 copies), 14297
by Irvin Wilson Baker
5 Our Fathers Brought Forth (3 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Irvin Wilson Baker
6 Our Revels are Ended, circa 1936-1939
by Harry Hamilton
Box Folder
222 1 Our Wife (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Lillian Day and Lyon Mearson
2 Our Wife, circa 1936-1939
by Lillian Day and Lyon Mearson
3 Pageant of Blue Hill, Maine, 14377
by Irving P. Kapner
4 The Pageant of the Shearman and the Tailors (7 copies), October 1937
by John Mason Brown
5 The Painted Face (3 copies), circa 1936-1939
6 The Palace of Truth (3 copies), circa 1936-1939
7 The Palace of Truth (3 copies), circa 1936-1939
8 Pan America: A Pageant, circa 1936-1939
by Grace H. Swift, photocopy
9 Pan-Pipes and Donkey's Ears, April 18, 1939
by Catherine F. Reighard
10 Pan's Dream (3 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Gladys E. Murray
Box Folder
223 1 Panyared, March 14, 1939
by Hughes Allison, photocopy
2 The Particular Customer (5 copies), circa 1936-1939
3 The Patchy Brown Bag (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Faye L. Tornquist
4 The Path of Flowers (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Irving De W. Talmadge
5 The Path of Flowers (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Irving De W. Talmadge
6 Pattern for Tragedy, circa 1936-1939
by Arthur Goodman
7 Paul Ehrlich, February 28, 1939
8 Peace (4 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Aristophanes
9 Peace (3 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Aristophanes
Box Folder
224 1 Pearls Before Swine (4 copies), circa 1936-1939
2 The People's Choice (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Howard J. Green and Raymond Leslie Goldman
3 The People's Choice, circa 1936-1939
by Howard J. Green and Raymond Leslie Goldman
4 Peribanez and the Commander of Ocana, circa 1936-1939
by Lope de Vega
5 The Persians, circa 1936-1939
translation by Joan Vanderpool
6 Peter Pumpkin Eater (4 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Marion Holbrook
7 Peter, Peter, Pumpkin Eater (2 copies), June 15, 1939
by Martha B. King
8 The Petrified Forest (2 copies), March 28, 1939
by Robert Sherwood
9 The Petrified Forest, March 28, 1939
by Robert Sherwood
10 Phoney Courtships (3 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Harlan E. Glazier
11 Picket Parade (3 copies), circa 1936-1939
by members of the Marionette Group Federal Theatre Group Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Box Folder
225 1 The Picket Parade (6 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Alan Sidney
2 The Pickwick Club, circa 1936-1939
after the novel by Charles Dickens, dramatized by Natalie Wengstern, translated from the Russian by Rose Inget
3 Pied Piper of Hamlin (3 copies), circa 1936-1939
adapted by Federal Theatre Project, Omaha, Nebraska
4 The Pied Piper of Health (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Sarah Neuman
5 Pigling and her Proud Sister (3 copies), circa 1936-1939
a Korean Cinderella dramatized by Bernice McQuilkin (Gary, Indiana, Children's Theatre, F.T.P.) from a group of Korean Tales
6 Pinocchio, circa 1936-1939
adapted by Yasha Frank, photocopy
7 Pinocchio (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
adapted by Yasha Frank
8 Pinocchio (4 copies), 1937
adapted by Yasha Frank
9 Pinocchio, January 9, 1939
adapted by Yasha Frank
10 Pinocchio, April 28, 1939
adapted by Yasha Frank
11 Pinocchio (2 copies), May 9, 1939
adapted by Yasha Frank
12 Pinocchio streamlined version (2 copies), May 15, 1939
adapted by Yasha Frank
13 Pinocchio (2 copies), May 23, 1939
adapted by Yasha Frank
Box Folder
226 1 Pinocchio full version (2 copies), May 24, 1939
adapted by Yasha Frank
2 Pinocchio full version (2 copies), May 26, 1939
adapted by Yasha Frank
3 Pinocchio full version (2 copies), June 5, 1939
adapted by Yasha Frank
4 Pinocchio full version (2 copies), June 14, 1939
adapted by Yasha Frank
5 Pioneers in Times Despite (3 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Frank Kintrea
6 The Pizen Song, circa 1936-1939
by Adelaide C. Rowell
Box Folder
227 1 The Pizen Song, circa 1936-1939
by Adelaide C. Rowell
2 The Pizen Song, circa 1936-1939
by Adelaide C. Rowell
3 Plain Jane (3 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Phil Cook and McElbert Moore
4 Plant in the Sun (2 copies in Yiddish), circa 1936-1939
by Ben Bengal
5 Platon Krechet, circa 1936-1939
by A. Korneichuk
6 Play Street (3 copies), April 18, 1939
by J. Liss
7 The Playground (2 copies), circa 1938-1939
by Margaret Naumberg
8 Playing Store (4 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Rose Carlyn
Box Folder
228 1 Plum Hollow (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Alvin Kerr
2 Plum Hollow (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Alvin Kerr
3 Plum Hollow, circa 1936-1939
by Alvin Kerr
4 Poor Aubrey (3 copies), circa 1936-1939
by George Kelly
5 Poor Little Consumer, circa 1936-1939
by Robert Russell, photocopy
6 Poor Little Consumer, circa 1936-1939
by Robert Russell
7 Poor Little Consumer, circa 1936-1939
by Robert Russell
8 Porgy, circa 1936-1939
by Dorothy Heyward and DuBose Heyward
Box Folder
229 1 Power, circa 1936-1939
Living Newspaper, photocopy
Box Folder
365 2 Power (photocopy), February 1937
Box Folder
229 2 Power, September 1937
Living Newspaper
3 Power, December 1937
Living Newspaper
4 Power, December 1937
Living Newspaper
5 Power, March 1938
Living Newspaper
6 Power, March 1938
Living Newspaper
Box Folder
230 1 Power and Glory, March 10, 1939
by Karel Capek
2 Power and Glory, March 10, 1939
by Karel Capek
3 Praire Land, circa 1936-1939
by Irving P. Kapner
4 Praire Land (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Irving P. Kapner
5 Praire Land (2 copies), November 23, 1938
by Irving P. Kapner
6 Praire Land (2 copies), May 1, 1939
by Irving P. Kapner
Box Folder
231 1 Prancing Nigger, circa 1936-1939
by E. England suggested from the novel by Ronald Firbank of the same name
Box Folder
365 3 Prancing Nigger (photocopy), circa 1936-1939
Box Folder
231 2 Precious Land, circa 1936-1939
by Robert Whitehand, photocopy
3 Precious Land (2 copies), April 1936
by Robert Whitehand
4 Precious Land (2 copies), February 1937
by Robert Whitehand
5 The Princess and the Pussycat (2 copies), January 24, 1939
6 Private Hicks, circa 1936-1939
by Albert Maltz; Anti-Fascist Play, photocopy
7 Privilege and Privation (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Alfred Kreymborg
8 Processional, circa 1936-1939
by John Howard Lawson, photocopy
9 Processional, circa 1936-1939
by John Howard Lawson, photocopy
10 Processional (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by John Howard Lawson
Box Folder
232 1 Processional (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by John Howard Lawson
2 The Prodigal Doll, November 18, 1938
by John Garrett Underhill
3 Professor Mamlock, circa 1936-1939
by Freidrich Wolf, photocopy
4 Professor Mamlock (Yiddish), circa 1936-1939
by Friedrich Wolf
5 Prologue to Glory (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by E. P. Conkle
6 Prologue to Glory (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by E. P. Conkle
7 Prologue to Glory, circa 1936-1939
by E. P. Conkle
8 Prologue to Glory (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by E. P. Conkle
Box Folder
233 1 Prologue to Glory (2 copies), December 1937
by E. P. Conkle
2 Prologue to Glory, May 1938
by E. P. Conkle
3 Prologue to Glory, May 1938
by E. P. Conkle
4 Prologue to Glory, World's Fair Version (3 copies), March 27, 1939
by E. P. Conkle
5 The Prophecy, 1933
by Claudia Hatch, photocopy
6 Public Park (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Eldridge Lindsay
7 Pullman Car Hiawatha (4 copies), April 7, 1939
by Thornton Wilder
8 Punch and Judy in Alaska or the Rover Boys in the Heel (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
9 The Pursuit of Happiness (3 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Lawrence Langner and Armina Marshall Langner
Box Folder
234 1 Purple is as Purple Does, circa 1936-1939
by Leonora Kaghan and Anita Phillips
2 Puss in Boots (3 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Tonia Bakina
3 R. U. R. (3 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Karel Capek
4 R. U. R. (3 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Karel Capek
5 Races (Yiddish), circa 1936-1939
by Ferdinand Bruckner
6 Races, circa 1936-1939
by Ferdinand Bruckner
7 Rachel's Man, circa 1936-1939
by Bradbury Foote
Box Folder
235 1 Rachel's Man, circa 1936-1939
by Bradbury Foote
2 Rachel's Man, circa 1936-1939
by Bradbury Foote
3 The Rag-Pickers of Paris (3 copies), March 21-22, 1939
by Edward Stirling, Esq.
4 The Rag-Pickers of Paris (3 copies), March 22-April 14, 1939
by Edward Stirling, Esq.
5 A Rainy Day, circa 1936-1939
by Fred Ballard
6 Rastus Plays Pirate (3 copies), July 1938
by Blanding Sloan
7 Ready! Aim! Fire! (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Gene Stone and Jack Robinson
Box Folder
236 1 Ready! Aim! Fire!, circa 1936-1939
by Gene Stone and Jack Robinson
2 Ready! Aim! Fire! (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Gene Stone and Jack Robinson
3 Recruits (Yiddish), circa 1936-1939
by L. Resnick
4 The Red Land, circa 1936-1939
by Robert Sturgis, photocopy
5 Refund (4 copies, 3 in Yiddish, 1 in English), circa 1936-1939
by Fritz Karinthy
6 Reporter, circa 1936-1939
7 Return to Death, circa 1936-1939
by P. Washington Porter; A Tragedy of Negro Life, photocopy
8 Return to Death, circa 1936-1939
by P. Washington Porter; A Tragedy of Negro Life, photocopy
9 Return to Death, November 30, 1936
by P. Washington Porter; A Tragedy of Negro Life, photocopy
9 Return to Death, circa 1936-1939
by P. Washington Porter; A Tragedy of Negro Life
10 Return to Death, circa 1936-1939
by P. Washington Porter; A Tragedy of Negro Life
11 Revolt of the Beavers, circa 1936-1939
by Oscar Saul and Lou Lantz, photocopy
Box Folder
237 1 Revolt of the Beavers (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Oscar Saul and Lou Lantz, photocopy
2 Revolt of the Beavers (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Oscar Saul and Lou Lantz
3 Revue of Reviews (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Federal Theater Project, Los Angeles
4 Revue of Reviews (2 copies), April 21, 1937
by Federal Theater Project, Los Angeles
Box Folder
365 4 Rewards (photocopy), circa 1936-1939
by Frances Montgomery
Box Folder
237 5 Rich Man, Poor Man, circa 1936-1939
by Jan Klokog
6 Rip Van Winkle (3 copies), circa 1936-1939
as produced by the Federal Theater Project at Omaha, Nebraska
7 Rip Van Winkle (3 copies), circa 1936-1939
8 Rip Van Winkle, circa 1936-1939
adapted for Buffalo Historical Marionette Theatre
Box Folder
238 1 Rip Van Winkle (4 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Lee Freeson
2 The Rise of Silas Lapham, 1937
photocopy
3 Rivers Flood, circa 1936-1939
by Richard Oliver; A Living Newspaper Play, photocopy
4 The Road Returns (L'Absence) (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Charles Vildrac
5 The Road Returns (L'Absence) (2 copies), December 2, 1938
by Charles Vildrac
6 The Road to Health (3 copies), circa 1936-1939
Dramatization of a food talk written by Misses McKeown, Spencer, and Sweet. Arranged by Elizabeth Kip
7 The Road to Rome, circa 1936-1939
8 Roadside, November 17, 1938
by Lynn Riggs
9 Roadside (2 copies), November 17, 1938
by Lynn Riggs
Box Folder
239 1 Robinson Crusoe, May 29, 1939
by Joseph Liss
2 Robinson Crusoe (2 copies), May 29, 1939
by Joseph Liss
3 A Roman Holiday and West Goes East (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by John W. Dunn, (title on cover reads "Socko, Jocko, Kicko")
4 A Roman Holiday or Socko, Jocko and Kicko (3 copies), circa 1936-1939
by John W. Dunn
5 Roots (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Edith Grossberg Whitesell
6 Roots, circa 1936-1939
by Edith Grossberg Whitesell
7 The Rubber Gods, circa 1936-1939
by Margaret Lesueur and Momodu Johnson; a Drama of Native Africa, photocopy
8 The Rubber Gods, circa 1936-1939
by Margaret Lesueur and Momodu Johnson; a Drama of Native Africa
9 The Ruby Ray (6 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Hassard Short and Maurice Henniquin
10 Run Little Chillun, circa 1936-1939
by Hall Johnson, photocopy
11 Run Little Chillun, circa 1936-1939
by Hall Johnson, photocopy
12 Run Little Chillun (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Hall Johnson
Box Folder
240 1 Russia, circa 1936-1939
Living Newspaper, photocopy
2 S. S. Tenacity (4 copies), April 7, 1939
by Charles Vildrac
3 Sa Pula - Sa Puti (3 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Francisco Rodrigo
4 The Sabine Women (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Leonide Andreyeff
5 Sailors (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by A. Barto
6 The Saint John's Eve (3 copies), February 14, 1936
by Lope de Vega
7 St. Louis Woman, circa 1936-1939
by Countee Cullen and Arna Bontemps, photocopy
8 St. Louis Woman (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Countee Cullen and Arna Bontemps
9 Saleslady (photocopy), circa 1936-1939
by Upton Sinclair; A Little Play for the White Collar Folks,
Box Folder
365 5 Saleslady (photocopy), circa 1936-1939
by Upton Sinclair; A Little Play for the White Collar Folks,
Box Folder
240 10 Sancho Panza (4 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Robert A Bromley and Al Carthe
11 Sancho Panza (3 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Robert A Bromley and Al Carthe
Box Folder
241 1 Saturday Night (3 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Paul Green
2 Saturday's Children, circa 1936-1939
by Maxwell Anderson
3 Saturday's Children (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Maxwell Anderson
4 The Saw Mill (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Micha Hawkins
5 Scamper (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
The Adventures of a Bunny
6 The Scarecrow who wished for the Moon, circa 1936-1939
by Frances Lester Warner
7 Scarlet Sister Mary (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Daniel Reed from Julia Peterkin's Pulitzer Prize Novel
Box Folder
365 6 Scarlet Sister Mary (photocopy), circa 1936-1939
by Daniel Reed from Julia Peterkin's Pulitzer Prize Novel
Box Folder
241 8 Scarlet Sister Mary (2 copies), January 27, 1939
by Daniel Reed from Julia Peterkin's Pulitzer Prize Novel
9 Scarlet Sister Mary (2 copies), January 27, 1939
by Daniel Reed from Julia Peterkin's Pulitzer Prize Novel
Box Folder
242 1 Scenes from our Times, circa 1936-1939
by Christobel Morley Cordell, photocopy
2 The School for Scandal, January 6, 1939
by Richard Brinsley Sheridan
3 Second Overture (4 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Maxwell Anderson
4 The Second Shepherds' Play (4 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Harold Whitehall
5 The Second Shepherds' Play (2 copies), October 1937
by Harold Whitehall
6 The Second Shepherds' Play (2 copies), October 1937
by Harold Whitehall
7 See America First, 1933
by Phyllis Clare Flannery; A Farce Satire, photocopy
8 See How They Run, circa 1936-1939
by George Savage, Dramatist Guild Contest Play #60, photocopy
Box Folder
243 1 See How They Run, circa 1936-1939
by George Savage, photocopy
2 See How They Run (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by George Savage, Dramatist Guild Contest Play #60
3 See How They Run (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by George Savage, English Department, University of Washington, Seattle, Washington
4 See How They Run, circa 1936-1939
by George Savage, English Department, University of Washington, Seattle, Washington
5 See How They Run, circa 1936-1939
by George Savage
6 See Naples and Die (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Elmer Rice
7 See Naples and Die, circa 1936-1939
by Elmer Rice
8 Senora Carrar's Rifles (3 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Bertolt Brecht, translated by Keene Wallis
9 A Sequence of Fancy (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Leonard J. Tyle
Box Folder
244 1 Service Deluxe (7 copies), circa 1936-1939
by William Evans
2 Seven Travelers (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Halsey Raines and Rayness Copeland, compiled and reconstructed in collaboration with Mr. Hyman Adler
3 Seven Travelers, circa 1936-1939
by Halsey Raines and Rayness Copeland, compiled and reconstructed in collaboration with Mr. Hyman Adler
4 Sgaramello's Nephews (I Nipoti di Sgaramello) (2 copies in Italian), June 1, 1939
5 Sgaramello's Nephews (I Nipoti di Sgaramello) (2 copies in Italian), June 1, 1939
6 Shadow on the River (2 copies), February 6, 1939
by R. Edgar Moore
7 Shadow on the River (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by R. Edgar Moore
8 She Canna Perish, 1933
by Florence Clothier; A Play of the Labrador Coast, photocopy
Box Folder
245 1 She Stoops to Conquer, circa 1936-1939
by Oliver Goldsmith; The Mistakes of a Night, photocopy
2 The Shepherds (3 copies), circa 1936-1939
compiled from Old English nativity plays by Robert Larson
3 Sherlock Holmes (3 copies), July 1937
by Ruth Fenisong and Samuel Sayer
4 Shining Swords (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Andrews and Anne Wilson Peabody
5 The Show Off, circa 1936-1939
by George Kelly, version used by Negro Theatre Unit, New York City
6 The Show Off (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by George Kelly
7 Siesta (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Morgan Burke
8 Siesta (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Morgan Burke
Box Folder
246 1 The Signing of the Constitution (3 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Robert K. Ryland
2 Sing for Your Supper, circa 1936-1939
photocopy
3 The Singing and the Gold (2 copies), December 1937
by Howard Koch
4 The Singing and the Gold (2 copies), December 1937
by Howard Koch
5 The Sinner, circa 1936-1939
by Sholem Ash
6 Sir Frog goes A-Traveling (2 copies), June 20, 1939
by Isabel Anderson (Mrs. Larz Anderson)
7 Sit Down Sister!, June 1937
by Fall River, photocopy
8 Six Degrees of Crime (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by F. S. Hill
9 Six Men of Dorset, April 5, 1939
by Miles Malleson
10 The Sky Will Be Lit Up, 1933
by Janet Hartman and Hallie Flanagan, photocopy
11 Sleeping Beauty (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Buell R. Fuller and Stephen Weiss
12 Slums (3 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Sedarmee Club Madison House
Box Folder
247 1 Snickering Horses, circa 1936-1939
by Jo Basshe, photocopy
2 Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (3 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Robert A. Bromley and Al Carthe
3 Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Robert A. Bromley and Al Carthe
4 So Gracious is the Time (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Betty Smith
5 So It Didn't Work, circa 1936-1939
by Joseph Lawrence, photocopy
6 So It Didn't Work, circa 1936-1940
by Joseph Lawrence
7 Sodom (2 copies, 1 in English, 1 in Yiddish), circa 1936-1939
by H. Leivick
8 Somebody-Nothing, May 2, 1939
an ancient Japanese farce translated by Michio Itow and Louis V. Ledoux
9 The Song of Our Nation, circa 1936-1939
by Grace Welsh Lutgen, photocopy
10 Sordid Story (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by J. S. Coppard
11 Soup From a Nail (3 copies), circa 1936-1939
by B. R. Fuller
12 The South, circa 1936-1939
photocopy
13 The South (3 copies), circa 1936-1939
photocopy
Box Folder
248 1 Spanish Grant, November 1938
by Eugene Deaderick, Cyrilla P. Lindner, Max Mansbach, Lorin Raker; A Living Newspaper, photocopy
2 The Spider (published script), 1932
three copies, acting edition by Fulton Oursler and Lowell Brentano published by Samuel French, Inc.
3 Spirochete, circa 1936-1939
by Arnold Sundgaard, photocopy
4 Spirochete, 1938
by Arnold Sundgaard, photocopy
5 Spirochete, July 11, 1938
by Arnold Sundgaard
Spirochete playscript cover, July 11, 1938
Spirochete playscript cover, 1938-07-11
Box Folder
248 6 Spirochete (2 copies), November 16-29, 1938
by Arnold Sundgaard
7 Spirochete (2 copies), November 30, 1938
by Arnold Sundgaard
8 Spirochete, December 13, 1938
by Arnold Sundgaard
Box Folder
249 1 Spirochete, December 22, 1938
by Arnold Sundgaard
2 Spirochete, January 1939
by Arnold Sundgaard
3 Spirochete, January 1939
by Arnold Sundgaard
4 Spirochete, April 19, 1939
by Arnold Sundgaard
5 Square Crooks (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by James P. Judge
6 Squaring the Circle (Yiddish), circa 1936-1939
by Valentine Katayev (Kataev)
7 Squaring the Circle, February 16, 1939
by Valentine Katayev (Kataev)
8 Squaring the Circle, March 6, 1939
by Valentine Katayev (Kataev)
9 Squaring the Circle, March 6, 1939
by Valentine Katayev (Kataev)
Box Folder
250 1 The Star Brave (4 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Helen Fitzgerald
2 The Star of Navarre (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Victor Victor
3 The Star of Navarre (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Victor Victor
4 Star Spangled, photocopy
by Robert Ardrey; A Comedy, photocopy
5 Star Spangled (2 copies), March 31, 1939
by Robert Ardrey; A Comedy
6 Stars and Bars, circa 1938-1939
by Ward Courtney; a Living Newspaper Play, photocopy
7 Stars and Bars (2 copies), circa 1938-1939
by Ward Courtney; a Living Newspaper Play, photocopy
Box Folder
251 1 Straphanger, circa 1936-1939
by Otis Chatfield-Taylor, photocopy
2 Strawberries and Cream (2 copies), circa 1938-1939
by Charles Irving
3 Strawberries and Cream (2 copies), December 27, 1938
by Charles Irving
4 Steel, circa 1936-1939
photocopy
Box Folder
368 8 The Street: an adaptation for the screen, circa 1930s
by Harold Robbins
Box Folder
251 5 Street Scene, circa 1936-1939
by Elmer Rice
Box Folder
365 7 Stevedore (photocopy), circa 1936-1939
by Paul Peters and George Sklar
Box Folder
251 6 Stricktly Dynamite, circa 1936-1939
by Robert T. Colwell and Robert A. Simon
7 The Subway, circa 1936-1939
by Elmer Rice
8 The Subway (3 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Elmer Rice
9 Suffer Little Children, circa 1937-1939
by Paul Tripp
Box Folder
252 1 Summer Mummers, January 27, 1939
by Mary Manning
2 Summer Mummers (2 copies), January 27, 1939
by Mary Manning
3 The Sun and I (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Barrie and Leonia Stavis
4 The Sun and I, circa 1936-1939
by Barrie and Leonia Stavis
5 The Sun for Sorrow, January 12, 1936
by Henry C. Haskell
6 The Sun for Sorrow (2 copies), March 15, 1939
by Henry C. Haskell
7 The Sun Rises in the West, circa 1936-1939
by Theodore Pezman and Donald Murray
8 The Sun Rises in the West, circa 1936-1939
by Theodore Pezman and Donald Murray
Box Folder
253 1 The Sun Rises in the West, circa 1936-1939
by Theodore Pezman and Donald Murray, photocopy
2 Sun Up (3 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Lula Vollmer
3 The Sun Worshipers (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Norman Foster and Harry Hamilton
4 The Sun Worshipers (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Norman Foster and Harry Hamilton
5 A Sunday Morning in the South (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Georgie Douglass Johnson
6 Suppressed Desires (4 copies), circa 1936-1939
by George Cram Cook and Susan Glaspell
7 Susie's Dilemma (4 copies), circa 1936-1939
by C. Liberman
Box Folder
254 1 Swanwhite (3 copies), circa 1936-1939
by August Strindberg
2 Sweet Land (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
photocopy
3 Swing Low (5 copies), circa 1936-1939
Federal Theatre of Oklahoma
4 Swordfish Isle (3 copies), July 1938
by Maurice Stoller
5 Tail Wags Dog, circa 1936-1939
by Katharine Clugston
6 Tail Wags Dog, circa 1936-1939
by Katharine Clugston
7 Tail Wags Dog, circa 1936-1939
by Katharine Clugston
Box Folder
255 1 The Tailor Becomes a Storekeeper, circa 1936-1939
by David Pinski, photocopy
2 The Tailor Becomes a Storekeeper (3 copies), circa 1936-1939
by David Pinski
3 The Tailor Becomes a Storekeeper, circa 1936-1939
by David Pinski
4 The Tailor Becomes a Storekeeper, 1936-1939
by David Pinsky
5 The Taming of the Shrew (3 copies), August 9, 1935
by William Shakespeare
6 The Taming of the Shrew (3 copies), circa 1935-1939
by William Shakespeare
7 The Taming of the Shrew (3 copies), circa 1935-1939
by William Shakespeare
Box Folder
256 1 The Taming of the Shrew (2 copies), circa 1935-1939
by William Shakespeare
2 Tamlane (4 copies), December 8, 1938
by David Lano
Box Folder
368 5 Tanglestringed Talk (3 copies), October 1938
Vagabond Puppeteers for the Federal Theatre of Oklahoma
Box Folder
256 3 Tapestry in Linen (2 copies), July 1937
by Shotwell Callvert, photocopy
4 Tartaglia Innamorato (3 copies in Italian), June 12, 1939
5 The Ten Million, circa 1936-1939
by William dorsey Blake; A Living Newspaper Play, photocopy
6 Ten Minute Alibi, circa 1936-1939
by Anthony Armstrong
7 A Texas Steer (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Charles H. Hoyt
Box Folder
257 1 A Texas Steer, circa 1936-1939
by Charles H. Hoyt
2 Theodore Roosevelt, circa 1936-1939
by Florine Schwartz; A Play for Children, photocopy
3 Theodore Roosevelt - A Great Soldier, circa 1936-1939
by Anna M. Lutkenhaus, photocopy
4 They Too Arise, circa 1936-1939
by Arthur A. Miller, photocopy
5 They Walked Among the Living (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Ivan Rowan and Martin Delman
6 They Walked Among the Living (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Ivan Rowan and Martin Delman
7 Thirsty Soil (3 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Raymond Bond
8 Thirsty Soil (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Raymond Bond
9 Thirsty Soil, circa 1936-1939
by Raymond Bond
Box Folder
258 1 This Earth is Ours, circa 1936-1939
by William Kozlenko
2 This Pretty World, circa 1936-1939
by Converse Tyler
3 This Pretty World (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Converse Tyler
4 This Pretty World (2 copies), December 1937
by Converse Tyler
5 This Thing Called Liberty (3 copies), June 2, 1939
by Knox Herold
6 Three Comments on a Martyr (3 copies), March 3, 1939
by Betty Smith
7 The Three Fat Men (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Yury Olesha
8 The Three Fat Men (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Yury Olesha
Box Folder
259 1 Three-Cornered Moon, circa 1936-1939
by Gertrude Tonkonogy, photocopy
2 The Throw Back, circa 1936-1939
by Marita Rosler
3 Timber!, circa 1938-1939
by Myrtly Mary Moss and Burke Ormsby; A play on deforestation and reforestation, first version, Seattle, photocopy
4 A Time to Remember, 1937
by Marie Baume from the novel by Leane Zugsmith; photocopy
5 A Time to Remember (2 copies), 1937
by Marie Baume from the novel by Leane Zugsmith
6 A Time to Remember, 1937
by Marie Baume from the novel by Leane Zugsmith
7 A Time to Remember, February 10, 1939
by Marie Baume from the novel by Leane Zugsmith
8 Timon of Athens (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by William Shakespeare
Box Folder
260 1 Titus Andronicus, circa 1936-1939
by William Shakespeare
2 Titus Andronicus (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by William Shakespeare
3 Tobias and the Angel (Yiddish), circa 1936-1939
by James Bridie
4 Toby Tyler (4 copies), July 1938
by Samuel Sayer
5 Tom Jones, circa 1936-1939
by Robert Wallsten
6 Top Man (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Isabel Barber; A dramatist guild contest play #552
7 Top Man, April 28, 1939
by Isabel Barber
8 Top Man, May 3, 1939
by Isabel Barber
Box Folder
261 1 The Torch, circa 1936-1939
by John Broome, photocopy
2 The Torch (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by John Broome
3 The Totem (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Ruth Fenisong
4 The Totem (2 copies), February 1938
by Ruth Fenisong
5 The Tower Beyond Tragedy, circa 1936-1939
by Robinson Jeffers; A Play in Poetic Form, photocopy
6 The Tower Beyond Tragedy, circa 1936-1939
by Robinson Jeffers; A Play in Poetic Form
7 Townsend Goes to Town, 1939
by George Murray and David Pelts; A Living Newspaper on Pensions; photocopy
9 Transit (3 copies), January 18, 1939
by Philip Stevenson
10 The Treasure Hunt (4 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Rose Carlyn
11 The Treasure Hunt (3 copies), circa 1936-1939
Box Folder
262 1 Treasure Island, April 14, 1938
by Jules Eckert Goodman, photocopy
2 Treasure Island (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Jules Eckert Goodman
3 Treasure Island (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Jules Eckert Goodman
4 Treasure Island (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Jules Eckert Goodman
5 Treasure Island (2 copies), May 26, 1938
by Jules Eckert Goodman
6 Treasure Island, circa 1936-1939
by Remo Bufano
7 Treasure Island (3 copies), November 1938
by Remo Bufano
Box Folder
263 1 Trial of a Judge (3 copies), April 21, 1939
by Stephen Spender
2 The Trial of Dr. Beck, January 4, 1939
by Hughes Allison, photocopy
3 The Trial of Dr. Beck, circa 1936-1939
by Hughes Allison, photocopy
4 The Trial of Dr. Beck, circa 1936-1939
by Hughes Allison
5 The Trial of Dr. Beck, January 4, 1939
by Hughes Allison
6 The Trial of Dr. Beck, January 10, 1939
by Hughes Allison
7 Trilogy in Black (4 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Ward Courtney; The Moon is Steel; Carnival for Bolt; North
Box Folder
264 1 Trilogy in Black (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Ward Courtney; The Moon is Steel; Carnival for Bolt; North, photocopy
2 Triple A Plowed Under, circa 1936-1939
written by the editorial staff of the Living Newspaper under the supervision of Arthur Arent, photocopy
3 Triple A Plowed Under (2 copies), 1936
written by the editorial staff of the Living Newspaper under the supervision of Arthur Arent
4 Triple A Plowed Under (2 copies), 1936
written by the editorial staff of the Living Newspaper under the supervision of Arthur Arent
5 Triple A Plowed Under (2 copies), 1936
written by the editorial staff of the Living Newspaper under the supervision of Arthur Arent
6 Triple A Plowed Under, November 1937
reissued, written by the editorial staff of the Living Newspaper Federal Theatre Project for New York City
7 Triple A Plowed Under (2 copies), March 1938
reissued, written by the editorial staff of the Living Newspaper Federal Theatre Project for New York City
Box Folder
265 1 Trojan Incident, circa 1936-1939
Based on Homer and Euripides, includes photocopied program, photocopy
2 Trojan Incident (3 copies), circa 1936-1939
Based on Trojan Women of Euripides
3 Trojan Incident (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
Based on Trojan Women of Euripides
4 Trojan Incident, December 1937
by Philip H. Davis
5 The Trojan Women of Euripides, circa 1936-1939
translated by Edith Hamilton
6 The Trojan Women of Euripides (3 copies), circa 1936-1939
translated by Edith Hamilton
7 The Trojan Women of Euripides (3 copies), circa 1936-1939
translated by Edith Hamilton
Box Folder
266 1 Troll Hill, 1933
by Eleanor Phelps, photocopy
2 Troubled Island, circa 1936-1939
by Langston Hughes, photocopy
3 Troubled Island (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Langston Hughes
4 Troubled Island (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Langston Hughes
5 The Tsadik's Journey, circa 1936-1939
by Harry Sackler
6 Turn to the Right, circa 1936-1939
7 Turpentine, circa 1936-1939
by J. A. Smith and P. Morell, a folk drama of the Florida Pine woods, photocopy
Box Folder
365 8 Turpentine (photocopy), circa 1936-1939
Box Folder
266 8 The Twelve-Pound Look (4 copies), circa 1936-1939
by J. M. Barrie
9 Twenty-Four Dollars (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by McElbert Moore
Box Folder
267 1 Twenty-Four Dollars (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by McElbert Moore
2 The Twilight of the Theatre, circa 1936-1939
by H. R. Lenormand
3 Two-A-Day, circa 1936-1939
by Gene Stone and Jack Robinson
4 Two-A-Day (3 copies), November 25, 1938
by Gene Stone and Jack Robinson
5 Two-A-Day (3 copies), December 5, 1938
by Gene Stone and Jack Robinson
6 The Two Braggarts, circa 1936-1939
by A. Barto
7 200 Were Chosen (2 copies), April 8, 1937
by E. P. Conkle
8 U. S. Ark, circa 1936-1939
by Whitfield Cook, photocopy
Box Folder
268 1 U. S. Ark (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Whitfield Cook
2 U. S. Ark, circa 1936-1939
by Whitfield Cook
3 Ulysses and the Cyclops, circa 1936-1939
by Robert Larson
4 Uncle Tom's Cabin, 1939
Jacksonville, Florida script 1939, photocopy
5 Uncle Vanya (3 copies in Yiddish), circa 1936-1939
by Anton Chekhov
6 Under the Gaslight (author's edition), circa 1936-1939
by Augustin Daly
7 The Unhappy Echo, circa 1936-1939
by Bernice McQuilken
8 The Unknown Soldier (3 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Gene Buck
9 The Unknown Soldier Returns (3 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Helen Fitzgerald
10 The Unknown Soldier Speaks (3 copies), January 27, 1939
by Mrs. William Hyman
11 Untitled (Dramatist's Guild Contest Play #20), circa 1936-1939
by Charles Allen Smart
12 Unto Such Glory, circa 1936-1939
Box Folder
269 1 Upon This Rock (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Vincent Moran
2 Upon This Rock (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Vincent Moran
3 Uriel Acosta (2 copies in Yiddish), circa 1936-1939
by Karl Gutzkov
4 Utopia, Ltd., circa 1936-1939
by Eden White; A Rollicking Comedy
5 The Vagabond Puppeteers (2 copies), May 1937
edited by Alma M. Shaw; collection of five marionette plays: Chisba Ohoyo, K. P. the Tenderfoot, Socko-Jocko-Kicko, Flopsy-Topsy-Bowser, Swing Low
6 The Vagabond Puppeteers (2 copies), May 1937
edited by Alma M. Shaw; collection of five marionette plays: Chisba Ohoyo, K. P. the Tenderfoot, Socko-Jocko-Kicko, Flopsy-Topsy-Bowser, Swing Low
7 The Vagabond Puppeteers - We Produce a Puppet Show (5 copies), circa 1936-1939
8 The Valiant Little Tailor (3 copies), July 1938
by Ruth Fenisong
Box Folder
270 1 Vanished Gods (2 copies), June 19, 1939
by Marietta Fouche
2 Vanished Gods , June 19, 1939
by Marietta Fouche
3 The Very Great Man (2 copies), December 1937
by A. E. Thomas and Jack Haussmann
4 The Very Great Man (2 copies), December 1937
by A. E. Thomas and Jack Haussmann
5 The Very Great Man (2 copies), January 30, 1939
by A. E. Thomas and Jack Haussmann
6 Vestibule Chain (Yiddish), circa 1936-1939
by I. L. Peretz
7 Virtue's Dividend (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
8 Vision: Passion-Time Drama, circa 1936-1939
by John F. Burns
Box Folder
271 1 Volpone (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Stefan Zweig
2 Waiting for Lefty, circa 1936-1939
photocopy
3 Waiting for Lefty, circa 1936-1939
4 War, circa 1936-1939
5 War and Taxes (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
Living Newspaper
6 War is _____ (4 copies), circa 1936-1939
7 The War Woman (6 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Caroline C. Lovell
8 The Warrens of Virginia (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by William C. de Mille
Box Folder
272 1 The Warrens of Virginia, circa 1936-1939
by William C. de Mille
2 Washington and Betsy Ross, April 12, 1939
by Percy Mackaye
3 Wat the Tyler, March 13, 1939
by William L. Price
4 Water and Wine, 1933
by Frances Gordon Strunsky
5 The Wayfarer (2 copies), March 3, 1939
by Helen Gholson Kittredge
6 We Are the Future (4 copies), July 1937
by Irving R. Kapner
7 We Live and Laugh Revue, 1937
translated from the Yiddish by Julius Schmerler and Isidore Edelman, photocopy
8 We, the people, circa 1936-1939
by Elmer Rice, photocopy
9 We, the people (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Elmer Rice
Box Folder
273 1 The Weavers (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Gerhart Hauptmann
2 Welded (3 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Eugene O'Neill
3 Well, So Long, I'm Off!, circa 1936-1939
translated from the Russian by Aaron Chorover
4 Wharf Song (2 copies), February 23, 1939
by W. Alan Coutts
5 What Are You Going To Do? (4 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Rose Carlyn
6 What Fortitude (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Ten Orcross
7 What Fortitude, circa 1936-1939
by Ten Orcross
8 What Happened to Jones, circa 1936-1939
by George H. Broadhurst
Box Folder
274 1 What It Takes, December 13, 1938
by Philip Stevenson
2 What It Takes (2 copies), January 26, 1939
by Philip Stevenson
3 What This Town Needs, circa 1936-1939
by Charles Zerner and Ben S. Gross
4 What Time Is It (5 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Albert Hackett
5 What Would You Do? (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by J. Sackville Martin and Carl E. Freybe
6 What Would You Do?, circa 1936-1939
by J. Sackville Martin and Carl E. Freybe
7 Whelp of the Lion (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
8 Whelp of the Lion, circa 1936-1939
9 When Hannah Var Eight Yar Old (4 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Katherine Peabody Gurling
10 When I Grow Up I Wish to be a (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by A. Barto
11 When the War is Over (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by John Bowaldeth
Box Folder
275 1 Whistler's Mother (3 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Lelia May Smith
2 The White Fox, circa 1936-1939
by Harry B. Smith
3 White Heat, circa 1936-1939
by Converse Tyler
4 Who Killed Me? (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Lucien Chantel
5 The Whole Town's Talking, circa 1936-1939
by John Emerson and Anita Loos
6 Whose Cat? (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Harlan E. Glazier
7 White Dresses, circa 1936-1939
by Paul Green
8 The Wildcats (4 copies), July 1937
by Joseph Liss
9 Will Shakespeare, circa 1936-1939
by Clemence Dane, photocopy
10 The Wisemen, circa 1936-1939
by David Pay Robinson
11 Within These Walls (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Marcus L. Bach
12 Within These Walls (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Marcus L. Bach
Box Folder
276 1 Within These Walls (3 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Marcus L. Bach (revised Chicago version)
2 Without Victory (3 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Kenneth White
3 The Wizardry of Milk (3 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Rae Abraham
4 Wolves, circa 1936-1939
by Allan Davis
5 The Wolves (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Romain Rolland
6 The Wolves (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Romain Rolland
7 The Wolves (2 copies), December 1937
by Romain Rolland
8 The Wolves (2 copies), December 1937
by Romain Rolland
Box Folder
277 1 The Women of Destiny, circa 1936-1939
by Samuel Jesse Warshawsky, photocopy
2 Woodchoppers Daughter (3 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Buell R. Fuller
3 The Woods Colt, 1937
by Virgil L. Baker
4 The World and his Wife (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Charles Frederic Nirdlinger
5 The World and his Wife (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Charles Frederic Nirdlinger
6 World Apartment (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Charles Bruce Millholland
7 World Apartment (2 copies), April 23, 1937
by Charles Bruce Millholland
8 World Trade for World Peace, circa 1936-1939
by Edward Lynn
Box Folder
278 1 The World We Live In (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Josef and Karel Capek
2 The Wreck, 1933
by Molly Day Thacher, photocopy
3 Yai, circa 1936-1939
by Tom Jewett
4 The Years Between (2 copies), May 27, 1938
by Chase Varney
5 The Years Between (2 copies), January 3, 1939
by Chase Varney
6 The Years Between (2 copies), January 3, 1939
by Chase Varney
7 The Yellow Badge (2 copies, 1 in Yiddish, 1 in English), circa 1936-1939
by Jakob Loewenberg
8 Yellow Fever (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Peter Arnow
9 Yes, My Darling Daughter (2 copies), May 19, 1939
by Mark Reed
Box Folder
279 1 You Mus' Be Bo'n Ag'in (2 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Ulysses S. Elam
2 You Never Can Tell, April 12, 1939
by Bernard Shaw
3 You Never Can Tell (2 copies), April 12, 1939
by Bernard Shaw
4 You Never Can Tell About Oil (4 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Rose Carlyn
5 Young American and the Magic Carpenters (3 copies), circa 1936-1939
by Margaret Knox and Anna M. Lufkenhaus
6 The Zeal of Thy House (3 copies), February 6, 1939
by Dorothy L. Sayers
7 Ziomka Kapatch (Yiddish), circa 1936-1939
by M. Daniel
Subseries 3.2: Radio scripts, 1936-1939
Subseries 3.2 includes radio scripts. Series of shows include topics such as art, children's shows, mysteries, health, music, history, and science. Arranged alphabetically by series and single broadcast title.
Box Folder
280 1 Accident Prevention (accident 1) I Was There, July 10, 1938
by Howard Warwick
2 Accident Prevention (accident 7) Still Waters, August 28, 1938
by Gene Stafford
3 American Troubadour Hour, circa 1936-1939
photocopy
4 Around the Corner (series 1), circa 1936-1939
by Arthur McCaffery
5 Back to Business, July 24, 1936
6 Backstage Interviews: Childrens Festival, December 18, 1937
7 Backstage Interviews: Mississippi Rainbow, March 12, 1938
by Charles Brownell
8 Backstage Interviews: Professor Mamlock, December 4, 1937
by Friedrich Wolfe
9 Backstage Interviews: The Singing and the Gold, December 11, 1937
by Howard Koch
10 Choral Contrasts: A symposium of choirs (episode 1), January 30, 1938
11 Choral Contrasts: A symposium of choirs (episode 2), February 20, 1938
12 Coronation, May 10, 1937
by Leo Fontaine
13 Crime Prevention: Boy Meets Life (episode 1), circa 1936-1939
14 Crime Prevention: Boy Meets Life (episode 2), circa 1936-1939
15 Crime Prevention: Boy Meets Life (episode 3), circa 1936-1939
16 Crime Prevention: Boy Meets Life (episode 4), October 22, 1937 and circa 1936-1939
two versions, one with accompanying letter from Charles Hopkins to George Gerwing requesting "clearance for New York State of the radio script 'Crime Prevention', episode 4"
17 Crime Prevention: Boy Meets Life (episode 6), circa 1936-1939
18 Crime Prevention: Boy Meets Life (episode 8), circa 1936-1939
19 Crime Prevention: Boy Meets Life (episode 9), circa 1936-1939
20 Crime Prevention: Boy Meets Life (episode 10), circa 1936-1939
21 Crime Prevention: Boy Meets Life (episode 11), circa 1936-1939
22 Crime Prevention: Boy Meets Life (episode 12), circa 1936-1939
23 Crime Prevention: Boy Meets Life (episode 13), circa 1936-1939
24 Detective O'Malley: Broadway Murder (story 9), June 30, 1939
by William MacHarg, dramatized by Barrie Williams
25 Detective O'Malley: Dumb Witness (story 4), June 16, 1939
by William MacHarg, dramatized by Leo Fontaine
26 Detective O'Malley: Green Point (story 7), June 26, 1939
by William MacHarg, dramatized by Barrie Williams
27 Detective O'Malley: Lost Dog (story 15), July 17, 1939
by William MacHarg, dramatized by Leo Fontaine
28 Detective O'Malley: Lost Girl (story 11), July 5, 1939
by William MacHarg, dramatized by Barrie Williams
29 Detective O'Malley: New Shoes (story 10), July 3, 1939
by William MacHarg, dramatized by Leo Fontaine
30 Detective O'Malley: Red Jewelry (story 2), June 9, 1939
by William MacHarg, dramatized by Barrie Williams, photocopy and original
31 Detective O'Malley: Sinister Gifts (story 5), June 19, 1939
by William MacHarg, dramatized by Barrie Williams
32 Detective O'Malley: Smart Guy (story 12), July 7, 1939
by William MacHarg, dramatized by Leo Fontaine
33 Detective O'Malley: Too Bad (story 1), June 5, 1939
by William MacHarg, dramatized by Leo Fontaine
34 Detective O'Malley: Too Clever (story 13), July 10, 1939
by William MacHarg, dramatized by Harold Hartogensis
35 Drums (episode 4), May 28, 1938
by Boyd
36 Dunn and Undone, circa 1936-1939
37 Elizabethan Theatre: A New Way to Pay Old Debts, November 29, 1938
by Philip Massinger, adapted by Leah Jonas
38 Elizabethan Theatre: Volpone, November 1, 1938
by Ben Jonson, adapted by Leah Jonas
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281 1 The Epic of America (chapters 1-2), November 28-December 5, 1937
by Leo Fontaine
2 The Epic of America (chapters 3-6), December 12 1937-January 2, 1938
by Leo Fontaine
3 The Epic of America (chapters 7-10), January 16-30, 1938
by Leo Fontaine
4 The Epic of America (chapters 11-14), February 6-27, 1938
by Leo Fontaine
5 The Epic of America (postlogue), April 21, 1938
by Leo Fontaine
6 The Epic of America (essay awards), April 21, 1938
by Leo Fontaine
7 The Epic of America (chapters 1-4), November 28-December 19, 1937
by Leo Fontaine
8 The Epic of America (chapters 5-8), December 26, 1937-January 16, 1938
by Leo Fontaine
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282 1 The Epic of America (chapters 9-12), January 23-February 13, 1938
by Leo Fontaine
2 The Epic of America (chapters 13-postlogue), February 20-April 21, 1938
by Leo Fontaine
3 Experiments in Symphonic Drama: The Age of Steel, Opus 41, September 12, 1938
by Sergei Prokofiev, 5 front pages and 2 full copies
4 Experiments in Symphonic Drama: Symphony no. 3 in E flat major, opus 55, August 8, 1938
by Ludwig van Beethoven, interpreted in an original dramatization by Cecil Stevenson
5 Exploring the Arts & Sciences: The American Writer in a Democratic Society, June 24, 1938
by Richard Wright
6 Exploring the Arts & Sciences: Chinese Bronze, November 7, 1938
by Pauline Simmons
7 Exploring the Arts & Sciences: The Early Silver of New York, December 5, 1938
by Marshall Davidson
8 Exploring the Arts & Sciences: Modern Short Story, November 14, 1938
by Martha Foley
9 Exploring the Arts & Sciences: The Museum and Juvenile Delinquency, November 28, 1938
by Dr. Charles Russell
10 Exploring the Arts & Sciences: Three Centuries of French Domestic Silver, June 3, 1938
by A. Hyatt Mayor
11 Exploring the Seven Arts: Art and Satire, July 28, 1937
by David Canfield
12 Exploring the Seven Arts: The Comic Spirit in Literature, August 4, 1937
by David Canfield
13 Exploring the Seven Arts: Humor in Architecture and Poetry, September 1, 1937
by David Canfield
14 Exploring the Seven Arts: Journalism and the Arts in Everyday Life, July 7, 1937
by Morris Watson
15 Exploring the Seven Arts: The Modern Dance, June 23, 1937
interview with Martha Graham and Leah Plotkin
16 Exploring the Seven Arts: New Writers' Coming of Age, June 16, 1937
interview with Pietro di Donato and Leah Plotkin
17 Exploring the Seven Arts: The Significance of Modern Architecture, April 28, 1937
18 Exploring the Seven Arts: Social Basis of the Arts, May 12, 1937
19 Exploring the Seven Arts: Voice Culture Ad-lib interview, July 14, 1937
interview with Estelle Liebling and Leah Plotkin
20 Federal Theatre of the Air: American Holiday, June 25, 1937
21 Federal Theatre of the Air: The Lonely Man, January 19, 1939
by Howard Koch adapted by Lawrence Levey (photocopy and original)
22 Federal Theatre of the Air: The Sun and I, February 2, 1939
by Barrie and Leona Stavis, adapted by Edward Morton
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283 1 Federal Theatre of the Air: The Sun Rises in the West, February 16, 1939
by Theodore Pezman and Donald Murray, adapted by Edward Morton
2 Federal Theatre of the Air: The Unconquered, March 2, 1939
by Carl Glick, adapted by Philip Ansel Roll
3 Federal Theatre of Oklahoma research department: 13 15 Minute Plays, March 1939
photocopy
4 Federal Theatre of Oklahoma research department: 13 15 Minute Plays, March 1939
5 Fire Prevention Week Program, October 13, 1938
by Karl Barron
6 First Frontiers (episode 17), April 20, 1937
7 First Frontiers (episode 26), June 22, 1937
by Phyllis Frederic
8 First Frontiers (episode 29), July 13, 1937
by Phyllis Frederic
9 Gilbert and Sullivan Light Opera: Trial by Jury, June 26, 1938
adapted by Cecil Stevenson
10 Gilbert and Sullivan series: Ruddigor or the Witches Curse (act 2), June 25, 1937
adapted by Charles Crumpton
11 Harbor Day Program, August 5, 1938
12 History in Action: The Brooklyn Enigma, March 6, 1937
by Michael Davidson
13 History in Action: Christmas Tree in the Window, December 25, 1936
by Matty Cohen and B. F. Kamsler
14 History in Action: Diamond Jim Brady, July 3, 1937
by Edward H. Smith
15 History in Action: Edgar Allen Poe's New York Days - History in Action: His High Mightyness, April 10, 1937-June 4, 1938
16 History in Action: Jean Lafitte, October 30, 1937
by Lewis W. Moyer
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284 1 History in Action: Jean and Pierre Lafitte, May 7, 1938
by Lewis W. Moyer
2 History in Action: John Paul Jones-History in Action: John Wilkes Booth, May 15-29, 1937
3 History in Action: Kit Carson, May 28, 1938
by Joseph W. Miller
4 History in Action: The Legend of Big Mose - History in Action: Lydia Darrah, October 15, 1936-June 12, 1937
5 History in Action: Mad Anthony Wayne - History in Action: Madame Jumel, October 24, 1936-January 23, 1937
both by Jeanette Despres
6 History in Action: The Man who Founded Chinatown, April 13, 1938
by Edward H. Smith
7 History in Action: Murray Hill, April 2, 1938
by Georgia Fawcett, first 25 pages
8 History in Action: O Henry, The Caliph of Bagdad, November 14, 1936
both by Jeanette Despres
9 History in Action: Old Hays, April 3, 1937
by Michael Davidson
10 History in Action: Peter Stuyvesant - History in Action: Phineas T. Barnum, undated-February 6, 1937
by unknown; by Harry Goldsmith
11 History in Action: Salem Witch Trials, August 9, 1938
by John T. Mole
12 History in Action: Sawing Manhattan in Half - History in Action: Thomas Paine, the Liberalist, September 3-17, 1936
by Gertrude Onnen and Phyllis Frederic; by Jeanette Despres
13 History in Action: Two Women and Crime, December 5, 1936
by Phyllis Frederic
14 Hometown (number 5), circa 1936-1939
15 Ibsen Cycle: An Enemy of the People, July 13, 1937
by Henrik Ibsen, adapted by Harry Goldsmith, photocopy
16 Ibsen Cycle: Ghosts, September 21, 1937
by Henrik Ibsen, adapted and directed by Donald Macfarlane, photocopy
17 Ibsen Cycle: Hedda Gabler, September 14, 1937
by Henrik Ibsen, adapted and directed by Donald Macfarlane
Box Folder
285 1 Ibsen Cycle: John Gabriel Borkman, July 27, 1937
by Henrik Ibsen, adapted by Harry Goldsmith, photocopy
2 Ibsen Cycle: The Lady from the Sea, September 7, 1937
by Henrik Ibsen, adapted and directed by Donald Macfarlane
3 Ibsen Cycle: Little Eyolf, August 31, 1937
by Henrik Ibsen, adapted and directed by Donald Macfarlane, photocopy
4 Ibsen Cycle: Pillars of Society, August 17, 1937
by Henrik Ibsen, adapted by Charles Crumpton, photocopy
5 Ibsen Cycle: Rosmersholm, August 3, 1937
by Henrik Ibsen, adapted by Lewis Meyer
6 Ibsen Cycle: The Wild Duck, July 6, 1937
by Henrik Ibsen, adapted by Georgia Fawcett, photocopy
7 January 1939 (episode 2-4), January 1939
8 The Jewish Theatre of the Air: Awake and Sing (episode 2), January 5, 1939
by Clifford Odets, adapted by Maurice Kurtz
9 Jules Verne series: A Journey to the Center of the Earth (episode 4, 7, 8), January 11-20, 1938
by Jules Verne, adapted by Lewis W. Moyer
10 Jules Verne series: Mysterious Island (episodes 5, 8, 11), February 17-March 3, 1938
by Jules Verne, adapted by W. M. Sutton
11 Jules Verne series: Mysterious Island (episode 18), March 19, 1939
by Jules Verne, adapted by George Thorp
12 King Arthur and his Knights of the Round Table: The Story of Romance of Meliagraunce (tale 7) - Literary Forum: The Seven Who Fled, November 16, 1937-June 27, 1939
by Harold Parke Godwin; by Frederick Prokosch
13 Maker of Dreams (episode 3), 1936-1939
by Arthur McCaffery, incomplete copy - first 13 pages
14 Manhattan Almanac, February 2, 1937
by Michael Davidson
Box Folder
286 1 Men Against Death (series 1: story 1, 10), June 30-September 1, 1938
by Paul de Kruif
2 Men Against Death (series 2: story 17; series 4: story 31), November 5, 1938-March 25, 1939
by Lawrence Bearson; by Leo Fontaine
3 Men of Art: Dr. Samuel Johnson, November 24, 1937
by T. O. Day
4 Miscellaneous loose pages, circa 1936-1939
5 Mystery Dramas (broadcast 4): The Banshee, August 24, 1938
by Maxine Schiel, photocopy
6 Mystery Dramas (broadcast 9): The Case of the Girl with the Dark Eyes, October 18, 1938
by John Fleming, photocopy
7 Mystery Dramas (broadcast 10): The Case of the Skeleton Hands, August 10, 1938
by John Fleming, photocopy
8 Mystery Dramas (broadcast 6): The Caves of Aladdin, September 20, 1938
by John Fleming, photocopy
9 Mystery Dramas (broadcast 7): Clock on the Mantle, September 27, 1938
by Jack Barefield, photocopy
10 Mystery Dramas (broadcast 1): Lefty Peroni, photocopy
by Georgia Backus, photocopy
11 Mystery Dramas (broadcast 5): The Living Dead Man, September 13, 1938
by Maxine Schiel, photocopy
12 Mystery Dramas (broadcast 8): A Matter of Mirrors, October 11, 1938
by Ben Hawthorne, photocopy
13 Mystery Dramas (broadcast 10): The Mystery of Mountain Manor, October 25, 1938
by John Fleming, photocopy
14 National Public Housing Committee: One-Third of a Nation (broadcast 1), October 7, 1938
by Arthur Arendt
15 New York Panorama: City in Motion, 1939
by David Lesan
Box Folder
287 1 New York Panorama: City in Motion; Newspaperman's Mecca; World Market Place, July 18-August 1, 1939
by David Lesan
2 No Help Wanted (special events broadcast 9), April 20, 1939
by William N. Robson
3 Once Upon a Time: The Sleeping Beauty (story 2), December 10, 1938
dramatization by Robert Lewis Shayon
4 Operetta Memories: Billee Taylor, May 14-21, 1938
by Edward Solomon
5 Operetta Memories: Black Mantles (act 2), June 4, 1938
by Bucalossi
6 Operetta Memories: The Bohemian Girl (act 2), September 8, 1938
by Michael William Balfe
7 Operetta Memories: The Chimes of Normandy - Operetta Memories: Cox and Box, February 5, 1938-July 5, 1939
by Robert Planquette; by F. C. Burnand and Sir Arthur Sullivan
8 Operetta Memories: La Fille de madame Angot (act 2), November 24, 1938
by Charles Lecocq
9 Operetta Memories: The Geisha (act 1), April 9, 1938
by Sidney Jones
10 Operetta Memories: The Geisha (act 2), May 17, 1939
by Sidney Jones
11 Operetta Memories: Girofle-Girofla (act 2), May 31, 1939
by Charles Lecocq
12 Operetta Memories: Janice (act 3), December 22, 1938
by Karl W. Schulz
13 Operetta Memories: Maritana (act 3), March 9, 1939
by W. Vincent Wallace
14 Operetta Memories: Maritana (act 3), February 26, 1938
by W. Vincent Wallace
15 Operetta Memories: The Mascot (act 1), September 22, 1938
by Edmond Audran
16 Operetta Memories: Nell Gwynne (act 2), January 12, 1939
by Robert Planquette
17 Operetta Memories: Olivette (act 1), January 19, 1939
by Edmond Audran
18 Operetta Memories: Rip Van Winkle (act 1), February 2, 1939
by Robert Planquette
19 Operetta Memories (broadcast 38/1): The Rose of Alhambra (act 1), May 3, 1939
by Lajos Serly
20 Operetta Memories (broadcast 37/4): The Sorcerer (act 2), April 26, 1939
by Sir William S. Gilbert and Sir Arthur Sullivan
21 Oscar Wilde cycle: The Duchess of Padua, November 9, 1937
by Oscar Wilde, adapted by Donald Macfarlane, photocopy
22 Oscar Wilde cycle: The Importance of Being Earnest, October 5, 1937
by Oscar Wilde, adapted and directed by Donald MacFarlane, photocopy
23 Oscar Wilde cycle: Salome, November 23, 1937
by Oscar Wilde, adapted by Lews W. Moyer, photocopy
24 Oscar Wilde plays: The Picture of Dorian Gray (first 27 pages), October 26, 1937
by Oscar Wilde, adapted by Charles Crumpton
25 Our Neighborhood series (broadcast 4, 17, 23, 30), December 9, 1938-February 8, 1939
by Rose Albert Porter
Box Folder
288 1 Our Neighborhood series (broadcast 32), February 13, 1939
by Rose Albert Porter
2 Our Neighborhood series (broadcast 36), February 22, 1939
by Rose Albert Porter
3 Out of the Hall of Records (broadcast 10): The Case of Ada Ricard - Out of the Hall of Records (broadcast 3): The Case of Albert E. Hicks, December 19, 1938-February 6, 1939
by George J. Thorp
4 Out of the Hall of Records (broadcast 9): The Case of George Kirk - Out of the Hall of Records (broadcast 1): The Case of John C. Colt, December 5, 1938-January 30, 1939
by George J. Thorp
5 Out of the Hall of Records (broadcast 2): The Case of Mary Real - Out of the Hall of Records (broadcast 12): The Case of Robert W. Buchanan, December 12, 1938-February 20, 1939
by George J. Thorp
6 Pals of the P.A.L. (broadcasts 2-6), April 29-June 3, 1939
by Sylvia Altman
7 Pals of the P.A.L. (broadcast 10), July 8, 1939
by Sylvia Altman and Jeanette Gussin
8 Pickwick Papers: Pickwick's Folly (broadcast 9), May 24, 1938
by Charles Dickens adapted by Cecil Stevenson
9 Pickwick Papers: To Gaol (paper 13), June 21, 1938
by Charles Dickens adapted by Cecil Stevenson
10 Pioneers of Science: Antony Leeuwenhoek - Pioneers of Science: David Bruce, October 8, 1936
by Victor E. Smith; by Joel Hammil
11 Pioneers of Science: The Dirigible, September 2, 1937
by Will Glickman
12 Pioneers of Science: Dr. Grenfell of Labrador, November 11, 1937
by Phyllis Frederic
13 Pioneers of Science: Evolution of the Motion Picture - Pioneers of Science: James Watt, October 15, 1936-December 2, 1937
by Lewis W. Moyer; by W. M. Sutton
14 Pioneers of Science: John Ericsson, September 9, 1937
by John I. Mole
Box Folder
289 1 Pioneers of Science: John P. Holland, September 3, 1936-May 31, 1938
by Victor E. Smith
2 Pioneers of Science: Lee de Forest - Pioneers of Science: Lord Carnarvon, December 3, 1936-November 18, 1937
by Victor E. Smith
3 Pioneers of Science: Louis Pasteur - Pioneers of Science: Man of the Clouds, June 17, 1937-April 5, 1938
by Maxwell Wolodin; by Edward H. Smith
4 Pioneers of Science: Robert E. Peary - Pioneers of Science: Socrates, December 10, 1936-September 23, 1937
by Victor E. Smith; by John I. Mole
5 Pioneers of Science: Thomas Edison (episode 2) - Portraits in Oil: The Wright Brothers, November 5, 1936-June 28, 1938
by Lewis W. Moyer; by Michael Davidson
6 Pioneers of Science: The X-Ray, August 12, 1937
by Will Glickman
7 Portraits in Oil: Benjamin West (episode 1, 2), July 12-19, 1937
by Phyllis Frederic
8 Portraits in Oil: Claude Lorrain - Portraits in Oil: Frans Hals, March 17-June 28, 1937
by Lee Fontainbleu; by Laurence U. Shloss
9 Portraits in Oil: Gaudier - Brzeska, May 31, 1937
by Edward H. Smith
10 Portraits in Oil: George Romney - Portraits in Oil: Gilbert Stuart, March 24-July 26, 1937
by Georgia Fawcett
11 Portraits in Oil: Honore Daumier - Portraits in Oil: Madame Vigee-Lebrun, March 3-August 2, 1937
by Georgia Fawcett
Box Folder
290 1 Portraits in Oil: Rosa Bonheur - Power (first page missing), February 24, 1937
by Georgia Fawcett
2 Radio Script Catalogue - Recreation Week Playlet (number 1), 1936-1939
3 Repertory Theater of the Air: Master Builder - Repertory Theater of the Air: The Mistress of the Inn, June 13-October 10, 1937
by Henrik Ibsen, adapted by Harry Goldsmith; by Carlo Goldoni
4 Repertory Theater of the Air: Rip Van Winkle, August 8, 1937
by John I. Mole
5 The Savoyards: Iolanthe (act 1), May 21, 1937
6 Short Stories in "reader" technique: Christ in Concrete - Short Stories in "reader" technique: Mr. Mergenthwirker's Lobblies, March 20-27, 1938
by Pietro di Donato, adapted by Lawrence Bearson; by Nelson S. Bond, adapted by Will Glickman
7 South of the Mason-Dixon, May 30, 1937
8 The Story I Like series (broadcast 1): Surprise for the Boys - The Story of Swing (broadcast 7): Harlem in the 30's, 1939
By Herbert Lewis; by Bob Frank
9 The Story of Swing (broadcast 7): Harlem in the 30's, May 28, 1939
by Bob Frank
10 The Story of Swing (broadcast 8): White Jazz and the Commercial Era, June 4, 1939
by Bob Frank
11 Street of Little Houses (audition script), 1936-1939
12 Symphonic Drama series: The Mistress of the Inn - Symphonic Dramas: Rosmersholm, April 11-May 30, 1938
by Carlo Goldoni, adapted by Ysobel Martin; by Henrik Ibsen, adapted by Lewis Moyer
Box Folder
291 1 Their Greatest Stories series (broadcast 1): Help Yourself, 1939
by Paul Vulpius, adapted by Barry Williams
2 Tales of the Seven Seas (broadcast 1): The Phantom Ship - Their Greatest Stories series (broadcast 1): Help Yourself, 1938-1939
by Captain Frederick Marryat, adapted by Lewis Moyer; by Paul Vulpius, adapted by Barry Williams
3 Their Greatest Stories series 2 (broadcast 20): The Jonah - Their Greatest Stories series 4 (broadcast 13/18): Death in Shanghai, July 17, 1938-January 19, 1939
by Jacland Marmur, adapted by Victor E. Smith; by Lionel Wiggam, adapted by Margorie Hutton
4 Their Greatest Stories series 4 (broadcast 6/31): Going My Way, December 1, 1938
by George Harmon Coxe, adapted by Victor E. Smith
5 Their Greatest Stories series 4 (broadcast 6/31): Going My Way - Their Greatest Stories series 4 (broadcast 7/14): I'll Send you a Snapshot, December 1-8, 1938
by George Harmon Coxe, adapted by Victor E. Smith; by Laura Z. Hobson, adapted by Lawrence Bearson
6 Their Greatest Stories series 4 (broadcast 7/14): I'll Send you a Snapshot, December 8, 1938
by Laura Z. Hobson, adapted by Lawrence Bearson
7 Their Greatest Stories series 4 (broadcast 10/15): The Twenty-Fourth Hour, December 29, 1938
by Jerome Beatty, adapted by Victor E. Smith
8 Their Greatest Stories series 5 (broadcast 22/6): An Accident, March 23, 1939
by Manuel Komroff, adapted by Joel Hammil
9 Their Greatest Stories series 5 (broadcast 17/9): Duel By Candlelight, February 16, 1939
by Andreas Latzko, adapted by Lawrence Menkin and Evan Roberts
10 There's a Law Against It! (broadcast 9): Lawyer Q - There's A Law Against It! (broadcast 13): Lawyer Q, March 25-April 19, 1939
by George Rolland
11 There's a Law Against It! (broadcast 14): Lawyer Q - There's A Law Against It! (broadcast 15): Lawyer Q, April 26-May 3, 1939
by George Rolland
12 There's a Law Against It! (broadcast 18): Lawyer Q - This Was News (edition 1 revised), February 2, 1938-May 31, 1939
by Barrie Williams; by Brian J. Byrne
13 This Was News (broadcast 2, 7), September 9-October 14, 1938
by Dean Charel
14 This Was News (broadcast 14, 15), December 2-9, 1938
by Dean Charel
15 This Was News (broadcast 16, 17), December 16-23, 1938
by Dean Charel
Box Folder
292 1 This Was News (broadcast 18), December 30, 1938
by Frank Burrill
2 This Was News (broadcast 19, 20), January 6-20, 1939
by Dean Charel
3 This Was News (broadcast 23) - This Was News (broadcast 24, not complete), February 3, 1939
by Victor E. Smith
4 Threnody-American (playscript that can be used as a radioscript) - Tish (script 1), June-October 14, 1937
by Herb Meadow; adaptation by Joel Hammil and Leo Fontaine
5 TISH (story 18): The Hospital Mystery, February 7, 1938
by A. L. Tyler
6 Treasure Island of 1939 (audition program), 1939
photocopy
7 Turning Points in Famous Lives: Lydia E. Pinkham, 1936-1939
by Hugh Lester
8 United States Housing Authority (scripts 1, 2, 3, 6), November 17, 1938-January 3, 1939
by Leo Fontaine
9 What Good is Art? (broadcast 8): John Henry (graphic arts) - What Time is it, April 11, 1938-February 8, 1939
by Harold Hartogensis; by Phyllis Frederic
10 The White Knight (missing first page), 1936-1939
11 Who Shall Deny It, April 16, 1938
by Benet Costa, photocopy
12 Women in the Making of America (broadcast 2): Freedom of Worship - Women in the Making of America (broadcast 11): Women in the Arts and Crafts, May 26-July 28, 1939
by Jane Ashman; also includes Women as Homemakers first page
13 The Women of the Day, October 6, 1936
by Leo Fontaine, photocopy
Subseries 3.3: Play Lists, 1935-1939
Subseries 3.3 consists of play lists. These lists were created to aid play selection among the various units of the Federal Theatre. Lists are arranged alphabetically by subject categories such as children's plays, historical drama, holidays, minstrel shows, operettas, puppet plays, and vaudeville.
Box Folder
292 14 African-American drama - A list of Negro plays (2 copies), March 1938
15 African-American drama - Negro play material, 1936-1938
16 African-American drama - Negro plays compiled by Charles Feinberg, circa 1935-1939
17 African-American drama - One act Negro plays, circa 1935-1939
Box Folder
293 1 Amateur theatricals - Play list of short plays suitable for amateurs - junior, circa 1935-1939
2 Amateur theatricals - Play list of short plays suitable for amateurs - junior, 1 act, circa 1935-1939
3 Amateur theatricals - Play list of short plays suitable for informal classroom training, circa 1935-1939
4 Amateur theatricals - Plays available for amateur production, February 17, 1936
5 Anti-war plays for community theatres (2 copies), October 1937
6 Anti-war plays foreign (2 copies), October 1937
7 Anti-war plays royalty list, November 1937
8 Armistice Day, 1939
9 Bible plays, 1939
10 Bible plays - New Testament plays (2 copies), July 1938
11 Bible plays - Old Testament plays (3 copies), July 1938
12 Biographical, 1938-1939
13 Burlesque, 1939
Box Folder
294 1 Catholic plays part I (reissue), April 1938
2 Catholic plays parts II and III, February 1938
3 Children's plays, February 10, 1936
4 Children's plays, February 10, 1936
5 Children's plays, circa 1936-1939
6 Children's plays, circa 1935-1939
7 Children's plays - Boy's plays, circa 1936-1939
8 Children's plays - secular non-royalty part I (2 copies), November 1936
9 A series of children's non-royalty plays part I (2 copies), December 1936
10 A series of children's non-royalty plays part I (2 copies), July 1937
11 Children's plays - Short plays and recitations, circa 1935-1939
12 Christmas pageants, 1939
Box Folder
295 1 Christmas plays, 1935-1939
2 Christmas plays - comedy, 1938-1939
3 Christmas plays - Non-religious, 1939
4 Christmas plays - Non-royalty part I, November 1936
5 Collective works - 13 15-minute plays for radio. "Federal Theatre of OK: Radio Plays Research Dept.", March 1939
6 Collective works - 13 15-minute plays for radio. "Federal Theatre of OK: Radio Plays Research Dept.", March 1939
7 Collective works - 59 monologues (2 copies), December 1938
8 Collective works - 90 new plays, December 1936
9 Collective works - 90 new plays, December 1936
10 Collective works - Adaptations, 1938
11 Collective works - Collections, 1939
Box Folder
296 1 Collective works - Educational, 1939
2 Collective works - Educational (business life), 1939
3 Collective works - Female cast, 1939
4 Collective works - Fill-ins, 1939
5 Collective works - Foreign, 1938-1939
6 Collective works - Foreign countries, 1938-1939
7 Collective works - General, 1939
8 Collective works - All male, 1938-1939
9 Collective works - Male cast, 1939
10 Collective works - Men and boys, 1939
11 Collective works - Mocks, 1939
12 Collective works - National Service Bureau publications #14, a catalogue, November 1937
13 Collective works - Old time revivals, circa 1935-1939
14 Collective works - Oriental drama, 1935-1936
15 Collective works - Outdoor plays, 1939
16 Collective works - New plays survey (2 copies), December 1938
17 Collective works - 50 Non-royalty plays part II, April 1937
18 Collective works - A suggested production list of non royalty plays part II (3 copies), October 1936
19 Collective works - List of non-royalty plays, circa 1935-1939
20 Collective works - Playlists - includes dramas, plays for adults, suggested repertory of American, English and Irish plays, children's plays, circa 1935-1939
21 Collective works - Radio script catalogue, August 15, 1938
22 Collective works - Romance, 1939
23 Collective works - Selected plays, circa 1935-1939
24 Collective works - Sociological, 1939
25 Collective works - Southwest, circa 1935-1939
Box Folder
297 1 Collective works - Southwest, circa 1935-1939
2 Collective works - Sportsmanship, 1939
3 Collective works - Suggested repertory of American, English, and Irish plays (2 copies), January 13, 1936
4 Collective works - Synopses - plays titles A-Z, 1935-1936
5 Collective works - Translations, 1938-1939
6 Collective works - Untitled, 1938-1939
7 Collective works - Verse, 1939
8 Collective works - Women and girls, 1939
9 College and school drama - Chants for Harvard dramatic club miracle plays, October 1937
10 College and school drama - Classical program for high schools (3 copies), 1939
11 College and school drama - Commencement, 1939
12 College and school drama - Modern plays for high school long and short plays recommended by Mr. Evans, April 30, 1936
13 College and school drama - Musical comedies for high schools and colleges and adult organizations part I, October 1938
14 College and school drama - Plays for high schools and amateur groups, circa 1935-1939
15 College and school drama - Plays with school themes (high school and college), 1939
16 Comedy, 1938-1939
17 Comedy, 1939
18 Comedy, 1938-1939
19 Comedy one-act, April 5
20 Drama, 1939
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298 1 Dramatizations, 1939
2 Drama - Female cast, 1939
3 Drama - General, 1939
4 Drama - Poetic, 1939
5 Drama - playlists - "dramatizations compiled by Catherine Henry", June 12, 1936
6 Easter, 1939
7 Easter plays reprint (2 copies), August 1937
8 Egypt, 1939
9 Elizabethan drama, 1939
10 Music in Shakespeare: A bibliography, March 12, 1936
11 English drama, 1939
12 The English drama 1800-1900 by John McCauley (research); The Persian passion play bibliography, circa 1935-1939
13 English drama - English miracle, morality and mystery plays (3 copies), April 22, 1936
14 English drama - A suggested repertory of classic English plays, circa 1935-1939
15 Fantasy, 1939
16 Fantasy - Harlequinades, 1939
17 Farce, 1939
18 Festivals - Non-royalty plays for Halloween Thanksgiving Plymouth days, circa 1935-1939
19 Flag Day, 1939
20 Folk music in America by Phillips Barry, June 1939
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299 1 Folk music in America by Phillips Barry, June 1939
2 Folk-songs of America by Robert W. Gordon, December 1938
3 Folk-songs of America by Robert W. Gordon, December 1938
4 Folk tunes from Mississippi (2 copies), July 1937
5 Folk - Traditional ballads mainly from West Virginia, March 1939
6 Folk - Traditional ballads mainly from West Virginia, March 1939
7 France, 1939
8 French, circa 1935-1939
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300 1 French drama, circa 1935-1939
2 German, circa 1935-1939
3 German drama (multiple reports and bibliographies) by Maria Norman, 1936
4 German plays, circa 1935-1939
5 Greek, 1939
6 Halloween, 1939
7 Historical, 1939
8 Historical - Constitution plays, circa 1935-1939
9 Historical - Early American plays, 1939
10 Historical - Early American plays, circa 1935-1939
11 Historical drama - Early American Social Drama 18th & 19th Centuries by Aaron Larson and Eugene Deaderick, circa 1935-1939
12 Historical drama - Early American Social Drama 18th & 19th Centuries by Aaron Larson and Eugene Deaderick, circa 1935-1939
13 Historical drama - Early American Social Drama 18th & 19th Centuries by Aaron Larson and Eugene Deaderick, circa 1935-1939
14 Historical drama - Short plays from American history and literature, circa 1935-1939
15 Holidays - Father's Day, 1939
16 Holidays - Friday the 13th, 1939
Box Folder
301 1 Holidays - Plays for children; Holiday musical plays for children part I, November 1937
2 Holidays - Plays for children; Holiday musical plays for children part II, February 1938
3 Holidays - Midsummer eve, 1939
4 Holidays - Patriotic holiday plays non-royalty part I, January 1937
5 Holidays - Patriotic holiday plays non-royalty part 2, April 1937
6 Irish, 1935-1939
7 Irish plays, August 1938
8 Irish plays, August 1938
9 Irish plays, August 1938
10 Irish plays, circa 1935-1939
11 Some Irish plays (3 copies), April 1937
Box Folder
302 1 Some Irish plays (2 copies), April 1937
2 Japan, 1939
3 Jewish drama, 1939
4 Jewish drama - Anglo-Jewish plays (religious), August 1938
5 Jewish drama - Anglo-Jewish plays full-length, January 1938
6 Jewish drama - Anti-war (Yiddish) (2 copies), 1937
7 Jewish drama - non-royalty plays and pageants (2 copies), January 1937
8 Labor, 1939
9 Lincoln, circa 1935-1939
10 Literature - Don Quixote, July 1937
11 May Day, 1939
12 Melodrama, 1939
13 Minstrel shows, 1939
14 Minstrel shows - 56 Minstrels (2 copies), February 1938
15 Minstrel shows - Black face, 1939
16 Minstrel shows - Blackouts, 1939
17 Missionary plays, 1935-1939
18 Modern miscellany (2 copies), circa 1935-1939
19 Modern plays - Suggested repertory of modern continental plays, circa 1935-1939
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303 1 Moralities - Ethical, 1939
2 Morality, 1939
3 Mother's Day, 1939
4 Musical, 1939
5 Musical comedies, 1939
6 Musical plays, 1936
7 Musical plays, January 1937
8 Musical plays supplement, December 1936
9 Mysteries and miracle plays - Miracle, 1939
10 Mysteries and miracle plays - Mystery, 1938-1939
11 Mythical kingdom, 1939
12 Mythology, 1938
13 One-act plays - 12 one-act plays, circa 1939
14 One-act plays - 50 non-royalty plays one-act part I (3 copies), July 1937
15 One act plays of Moliere, May 6, 1936
16 Lists of little known one-act plays, February 5, 1936
17 Some new and unpublished one-act plays, royalty plays part 1, 1936
18 Operettas, 1939
Box Folder
304 1 Operettas - 78 juvenile operettas (2 copies), February 1938
2 Operettas - Adult operettas (2 copies), circa 1935-1939
3 Operettas - Children's operettas (3 copies), circa 1935-1939
4 Operettas for high schools (3 copies), circa 1935-1939
5 Operettas part I, November 1938
6 Pageants, 1939
7 Pageants - Masques and pageants (bibliography), circa 1935-1939
8 Pageants - "Spring", "Swimming", "25 educational pageants", 1936
9 Pantomimes, 1939
10 Patriotic pantomime, 1939
11 Patriotism in literature, 1939
12 Patriotism in literature - Legendary, 1939
13 Patriotic plays research, 1936-1938
14 Peace in literature - List of peace plays and pageants, January 1937
15 Peace in literature - Peace, 1939
16 Peace in literature - Peace plays, 1939
17 Peace in literature - A selection for league of Nations union meetings, circa 1935-1939
18 Puppet plays - 101 puppet plays (2 copies), August 1938
Box Folder
305 1 Puppet plays - 101 puppet plays, August 1938
2 Puppet plays - A bibliography of marionette plays second edition (3 copies), 1937
3 Puppet plays - Marionette, 1939
4 Puppet plays - for a marionette theatre compiled by Rose Carlyn (3 copies), May 15, 1936
5 Puppet plays - for a marionette theatre compiled by Rose Carlyn, September 1936
6 Religious drama, 1939
7 Religious drama - published lists, 1932
8 Rural, 1939
9 Rural plays part I second edition (2 copies), June 1937
10 Rural plays part II (2 copies), April 1937
11 Rural plays part III (2 copies), June 1937
12 Russian, 1935
Box Folder
306 1 Russian plays, April 22, 1936
2 St. Patrick's Day, 1939
3 St. Valentine's day - comedy, 1939
4 Spanish - 34 old and new Spanish plays, January 1937
5 Spanish - Early Spanish one-act plays in English translation, March 25, 1936
6 Spanish drama - From Spanish trenches, April 7-14, 1938
7 Spanish miracles and moralities available in English translation, April 24, 1936
8 Supernatural, 1939
9 Temperance, 1939
10 Thanksgiving, 1939
11 Vaudeville - 40 vaudeville sketches royalty part II, November 1937
12 Vaudeville - 57 vaudeville sketches, January 1938
13 Vaudeville - 57 vaudeville sketches royalty part I (2 copies), July 1937
14 Vaudeville - 72 Vaudeville sketches part I, July 1937
15 Washington plays - Bibliographies for Washington's and Lincoln's birthday plays, circa 1935-1939
16 Washington's birthday, 1939
Series 4: Production Records, 1892-1939 (boxes 307-362, 366-367)
Series 4 is titled Production Records and consists of three subseries: Production Title File, Playbills and Programs, and Music File. Subseries 4.1 includes memoranda, production bulletins, publicity, and reports relating to play productions. Each production bulletin contains some or all of the following: synopsis, director's report, set and costume designs, lighting scheme, blueprints, photographs, program, reviews, royalty information, and a script. Arranged alphabetically by title. Subseries 4.2 includes programs, heralds, handbills, and other announcements of FTP productions on different sized and colored paper. The first section of this subseries is arranged alphabetically by state in which the performance was produced and then it is arranged alphabetically by play title. The second section is arranged alphabetically by play title. There may be duplicates between the two arrangements. Subseries 4.3 includes manuscript scores and parts for multiple Federal Theatre productions. Resource material used for reference purposes for play productions and Federal Theatre units and regions throughout the United States consists of mostly printed music and is found under "miscellaneous". Chiefly arranged alphabetically by title and then according to standard orchestral instrument order. Some duplicates.
Subseries 4.1: Production Title File, 1935-1939
Subseries 4.1 includes memoranda, production bulletins, publicity, and reports relating to play productions. Each production bulletin contains some or all of the following: synopsis, director's report, set and costume designs, lighting scheme, blueprints, photographs, program, reviews, royalty information, and a script. Arranged alphabetically by title.
Box Folder
307 1 Arms for Venus (reviews), 1937
2 Art and Mrs. Bottle, production bulletin, New Orleans, LA, 1938
3 Barnum Returns, July 1936
4 The Best Cure, production bulletin, New Orleans, LA, 1939
5 Black Empire, production bulletin, Los Angeles, CA (3 copies), September 23, 1936
6 Black Empire, production bulletin, Los Angeles, CA (2 copies), September 23, 1936
7 Blind Alley, production bulletin, Des Moines, IA, 1937
8 The Boor, production bulletin, Portland, OR, 1937
9 The CCC Murder Mystery, circa 1935-1939
10 Circus (WPA) by Wendell J. Goodwin, 1937
11 Clown's Progress - background research and scenaria, New York, October 28-December 23, 1938
12 Diff'rent, production bulletin, Roslyn, Long Island, New York, 1938
13 The Disappointment or the Force of Credulity, flyer , November 14, 1935
14 Dollars and Chickens, production bulletin, circa 1935-1939
15 The Drunkard, production bulletin, New Orleans, LA, 1939
16 Father McGlynn, New York., 1938
Proposed treatment for dramatization of the book Rebel, Priest, Prophet; background material; review by Samuel Kreiter; "Research for McGlynn play". Research by Edward Riley
17 Gaieties of 1936 (synopsis), 1936
18 Gravesend, scenario, October 14, 1936
19 A Hero is Born (actors list), February 10, 1938
Box Folder
308 1 A Hero is Born, bound working library copy, New York, NY, 1937
2 A Hero is Born, production bulletin, New York, NY, 1937
3 A Hero is Born, production bulletin, New York, NY, 1937
4 A Hero is Born, production bulletin, New York, NY, 1937
5 If Ye Break Faith, production bulletin, New Orleans, LA, 1938
6 It Can't Happen Here, circa 1935-1939
7 Loyalties, production bulletin, Roslyn, Long Island, New York, 1938
8 Madame Bovary characters, circa 1935-1939
9 Martin Eden by Jack London, 1938
10 The Milky Way by Lynn Root and Harry Clark (production sheet), circa 1935-1939
11 Miscellaneous title file (mostly reviews), circa 1935-1939
12 A Moral Entertainment, production bulletin, Roslyn, Long Island, New York, 1938
13 No More Peace press book, 1937
14 No More Peace, production bulletin, Roslyn, Long Island, New York, 1937
15 On the Rocks at Daly's Theatre, circa 1935-1939
16 One Third of a Nation (production notes), April 1938
17 Pastry Baker (director's script), January 1936
18 Patience press book, 1938
Box Folder
309 1 Petrouchka (choreography outline), Los Angeles, CA, circa 1935-1939
2 Pinocchio, circa 1935-1939
3 Praire Land, 1938
4 Processional by John Howard Lawson, circa 1935-1939
5 Production bulletins available (second and third sets), circa 1935-1939
6 Professor Mamlock, circa 1935-1939
7 Prologue to Glory, New York Times review, March 18, 1938
8 Prologue to Glory, production bulletin, New Orleans, LA, 1939
9 Robinson Crusoe, 1938
10 Sabine Women, December 1936
11 St. Louis Woman, circa 1935-1939
12 Second Growth, 1938-1939
13 Silver Service, circa 1935-1939
14 The Singing and the Gold (press book), 1937
15 Six Degrees of Crime, March 17, 1936
16 Soil Erosion, March-April 1938
17 The Spider, circa 1935-1939
18 Story of Ferdinand / String Fever, circa 1935-1939
19 Story of Ferdinand, 1938
20 Timberline Tintypes, production bulletin, Portland, OR, 1938
21 Trial of Dr. Beck, production bulletin, Boston, MA, 1939
22 Within These Walls, production bulletin, New Orleans, LA, 1939
Subseries 4.2: Playbills, Programs, and Posters, 1935-1939
Subseries 4.2 includes programs, heralds, handbills, and other announcements of FTP productions on different sized and colored paper. The first section of this subseries is arranged alphabetically by state in which the performance was produced and then it is arranged alphabetically by play title. The second section is arranged alphabetically by play title. There may be duplicates between the two arrangements.
Box Folder
310 1 Alabama, 1936
American Holiday; Distant Drums; It Can't Happen Here; The Night of January 16th; Swamp Mud
Box Folder
366 10 California, 1936-1939
The Cat and the Canary; Chalk Dust; Cradle Snatchers; The Enchanted April; Enter Madame; The Fightin' Fool; Habit; Journey's End; Kick In; Know Your Onions; Ladies of the Jury; Laff That Off; Murray Hill; Nice People; Octoroon; Old Autumn; Oliver Oliver; Outward Bound; The Pursuit of Happiness; Saturday's Children; So What; The Squall; The Telephone Exchange; This Thing Called Love; To The Ladies; Vaudeville Frolic; What Anne Brought Home
Box Folder
310 2 California: Accent - Excursion, circa 1935-1939
Accent on Youth; Ah, Wilderness!; The Alarm Clock; The Amazing Dr. Clitterhouse; American Holidays; Androcles and the Lion; Another Language; A Bill of Divorcement; The Bird of Paradise; The Bishop Misbehaves; The Black Crook; Black Empire; Boy Meets Girl; Brothers; Captain Brassbound's Conversion; Class of '29; Ceasar and Cleopatra; The Devil Passes; Dracula; An Enemy of the People; Excerpts from the Plays of William Shakespeare; Everyman; Excursion
3 California: Festival - Music, circa 1935-1939
Festival of Modern Dance; The First Legion; God of Vengeance; Green Grow the Lilacs; Having Wonderful Time; Hell-Bent for Heaven; High Tor; I Want a Policeman; It Might Happen To You; It Can't Happen Here; John Henry; Johnny Johnson; Judgment Day; Lady of Letters; Laff That Off; Like Falling Leaves; Machine Age; Marionette Vaudeville; Mary Stuart; Mary's Other Husband; The Merchant of Venice; The Merry Wives of Windsor; Meteor; Miss Quis; Music in Fairyland
4 California: The Nativity - Squaring, circa 1935-1939
The Nativity; Night Must Fall; The Night of January 16th; The Nineth Guest; Noah; One Sunday Afternoon; Old Autumn; Oliver, Oliver; The People's Choice; Penny Wise; Petticoat Parade; Post Road; Professor Mamlock; Purple is as Purple Does; The Pursuit of Happiness; The Queen's Husband; Ready! Aim! Fire!; Revue of Reviews; Roaring Girl; Room Service; Run, Little Chillun; The Sap; The Ship; Souvenir du Bal Musette; Squaring the Circle
Box Folder
312 14 California: The Pursuit of Happiness, circa 1935-1939
Box Folder
310 5 California: The Sun - Yankel, circa 1935-1939
The Sun Rises in the West; The "Swing" Mikado; To the Ladies; The Treasure; Two-A-Day; The Weavers; What a Woman Wants; Will Shakespeare; Yankel Boyla
6 California oversize programs, circa 1935-1939
Class of '29; Follow the Parade; 7th Heaven; The Warrior's Husband; Yankel Boyla
Follow the Parade, 1936
Follow the Parade, 1936
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310 7 Carolina, circa 1935-1939
Programs from "Folk plays of the Carolina playmakers"
8 Colorado, circa 1935-1939
The Adding Machine; Androcles and the Lion; The Animal Kingdom; Behold This Dreamer; Censored; Hell Bent for Heaven; If Ye Break Faith; Invitation to Murder; It Can't Happen Here; Lady of Letters; Night Must Fall; Post Road; The Warrior's Husband
9 Connecticut: Abu - House, circa 1935-1939
Abu Hassan, The Princess and the Pea; Accent on Youth; Americana; Anna Christie; Barbara Frietchie; The Bluebird; Blind Alley; Cellini; Class of '29; Counsellor-At-Law; The Curtain Rises; The Dark Tower; The Devil Passes; The Devil of Pisa; Double Door; Early to Rise; The Emperor Jones; Fancy That; The Field God; The First Legion; Good-Bye Again; The Great Barrington; Haiti; Help Yourself; Hollywood Extra; The House of Fear
10 Connecticut: In - Tavern, circa 1935-1939
In Abraham's Bosom; In Praise of Husbands; It Can't Happen Here; Jericho; Just Like That; Laburnum Grove; Liliom; Macbeth; Mad Hopes; March Hares; Men Must Fight; Mississippi Rainbow; A Moral Entertainment; No More Frontier; No More Ladies; Noah; One-Third of a Nation; The Sabine Women; The Shannons of Broadway; She Passed Through Lorraine; The Solitaire Man; Snowdrop and the Seven Dwarfs; Spread Eagle; Tamed and How; The Tavern
11 Connecticut: Ten - Wuthering, circa 1935-1939
Ten Minute Alibi; Tons of Money; The Trial of Mary Dugan; The Very Great Man; The Wasp's Nest; Whistling in the Dark; The Wisdom Tooth; The World We Live In; The Would-Be Gentleman; Wuthering Heights
12 Florida, circa 1935-1939
The Girl of the Golden West; It Can't Happen Here; 16 Headline Acts of Vaudeville
13 Georgia, circa 1935-1939
Anna Christie; Boy Meets Girl; By Candlelight; Fly Away Home; The Last Enemy; Mary the Third; One More Spring
14 Illinois, circa 1935-1939
Hamlet; Hell's Holler Revue; It Can't Happen Here; Spirochete; Lightnin'; Street Scene; Triple A Plowed Under
15 Indiana, circa 1935-1939
The Deluge; It Can't Happen Here; Sis Hopkins; They Knew What They Wanted
16 Iowa, May-June 1937
Blind Alley; Brothers; It Can't Happen Here; Rachel's Man
17 Louisiana, circa 1935-1939
One-Third of a Nation; Roll Sweet Chariot; Room Service
18 Maine, circa 1935-1939
Big Vaudeville Musical Revue (79 copies from different performances around Maine)
19 Massachusetts, circa 1935-1939
Announcing Her Confession; Chalk Dust; A Christmas Carol; The Goose Hangs High; The Idiot; It Can't Happen Here; The Mad Hopes; Swanee Minstrels; Vaudeville; What Would You Do
20 Michigan, circa 1935-1939
It Can't Happen Here; Liliom; The Road to Rome
21 Missouri, circa 1935-1939
Ladies of the Jury
22 Nebraska, circa 1935-1939
It Can't Happen Here
23 New Hampshire, April 18, 1939
Vodvil Show (vaudeville)
24 New Jersey, circa 1935-1939
It Can't Happen Here
25 New York (1 of 4), circa 1935-1939
Programs: Adalante; Americanism and National Defense Program; The Bad Man; Backwash; The Ballad of Davy Crockett; Be Seated; Buffalo Historical Marionettes; The Case of Philip Lawrence; Chalk Dust; The Cherokee Night; Children's Autumn Festival; The Children's Holiday Festival; Clap Hands; Class of '29; Community Drama Spring Tournament; Criminal at Large; The Dance of Death; Dance Program for Young Folk; Doctor Faustus (The Tragical History of); Easter Festival for Children; The Eternal Prodigal; Eugene O'Neill's One Act Plays of the Sea; Hansel and Gretel and String Fever; A Hero is Born; How Long Brethren?; Holy Night; Horse Play; It Can't Happen Here; Jefferson Davis; Life and Death of an American; The Lights O' London; Love in Humble Life; Lucy Stone; Macbeth; Machine Age; Mississippi Rainbow; Mr. Jiggins of Jigginstown; Murder in the Cathedral; Native Ground; Noah; On the Rocks; The Path of Flowers; Pinocchio; Processional
26 New York (2 of 4), circa 1935-1939
Programs: Professor Mamlock; Power; Revolt of the Beavers; Seemans Ballade; She Stoops to Conquer; The Show-Off; Showing Off; The Silver Cord; Stars on Strings; Sweet Land; The Sun and I; The Tailor Becomes a Store Keeper; Taking the Air; Tobias and the Angel; Tons of Money; Trial by Jury; The Trial of Doctor Beck; Turpentine; Twelfth Night; Varieties of 1939; A Woman of Destiny; Williamsville's Old Home Day; Young Tramps
27 New York (3 of 4), circa 1935-1939
Flyers and playbills: Current productions flyer - Big Blow, Prologue to Glory, One-Third of a Nation, On the Rocks; Another Language (9 copies); The Bat (3 copies); Buffalo Historical Marionettes Benefit Performance; Children's Autumn Festival; The Cradle Will Rock; The Emperor's New Clothes (3 copies); Fair and Warmer; Flight; Horse Eats Hat; Horse Play; How Long Brethren?; Iolanthe (4 copies); It Can't Happen Here (14 copies); Life and Death of an American; Moving Along (2 copies); Oliver Twist The Path of Flowers; The Perfect Alibi; Power; Processional; Professor Mamlock; Swing It; School for Scandal (10 copies)
Box Folder
311 1 New York (4 of 4), circa 1935-1939
Flyers and playbills: Sing for Your Supper; Tom Thumb Circus; Tons of Money; Treasure Hunt; Treasure Island; Trial by Jury; The Trial of Dr. Beck; Varieties of 1938; Varieties of 1939; Vaudeville; Walk Together Chillun; We Live and Laugh. 8.5x14" flyers and playbills: Adam and Eva; All American Minstrels; Ask Dad; Awake and Sing; The Barker; Bassa Moona; Circus; The Emperor's New Clothes; H.M.S. Pinafore; Haiti; Mikado; The Perfect Alibi; Revolt of the Beavers; Sun-Up; Vaudeville; A Woman of Destiny
2 New York: The Living Newspaper, One-Third of a Nation (1 of 2), January 17, 1938
Newspaper format program for One-Third of a Nation. Volume V number 3 to number 14
3 New York: The Living Newspaper, One-Third of a Nation (2 of 2), January 17, 1938
Newspaper format program for One-Third of a Nation. Volume V number 15-17, 19-23
4 New York: The Living Newspaper, Power, One-Third of a Nation, February 23, 1937
Newspaper format program for Power. Volume II number 1, Volume III number 1
Box Folder
362 1 New York - Long Island, April 1937
Criminal at Large
2 New York - Long Island, circa 1935-1939
Her Majesty the Widow
3 New York - Long Island, September 1936
Personal Appearance
4 New York - Long Island, 1936
Post Road
5 New York - Long Island, 1936
Remember the Day
6 New York - Long Island, February 15, 1937
Saturday's Children
7 New York - Long Island, June-July 1936
Tamed and How
8 New York - Long Island - Cedarhurst, circa 1935-1939
Another Language; The Barker; The Old Maid; There's Always Juliet
9 New York - Long Island - Cedarhurst, circa 1935-1939
As Husbands Go; I Want a Policeman
10 New York - Long Island - Cedarhurst, circa 1936
The First Mrs. Fraser
11 New York - Long Island - Cedarhurst, January 1937
The Good Fairy
12 New York - Long Island - Cedarhurst, November 1936
It's a Wise Child
13 New York - Long Island - Cedarhurst, circa 1935-1939
The Late Christopher Bean
14 New York - Long Island - Cedarhurst, January 25, 1937
Ned McCobbs Daughter
15 New York - Long Island - Cedarhurst, circa 1936
Possession
16 New York - Long Island - Cedarhurst, January 1937
Sun Up
17 New York - Long Island - Cedarhurst, November 1936
Tea for Three
18 New York - Long Island - Cedarhurst, October 1936
They Knew What They Wanted
19 New York - Long Island - Cedarhurst, October 1936
Three Cornered Moon
20 New York - Long Island - East Rockaway, 1936
Fresh Fields
Box Folder
311 5 North Carolina, circa 1935-1939
First Lady; The Garden Circus; Heavenly Bound; Heidi; Outward Bound; Sherlock Holmes - A Study in Scarlet; The Silver Thread; Three One Act Plays - A Rocky Mount, The Valiant, The Flattering World; The Unseen and Another Beginning
6 Ohio, circa 1935-1939
The Bad Man; Boy Meets Girl; The Christmas Carol; Federal Theatre for Youth (overview); The First Legion; It Can't Happen Here; Noah; Robin Hood; The Trial of Mary Dugan; Triple A Plowed Under
7 Oklahoma and Oregon, circa 1935-1939
Alice in Wonderland; Counsellor-At-Law; One-Third of a Nation; Third Annual Central Oklahoma Folk Festival;
8 Pennsylvania, circa 1935-1939
The Living Newspaper (One-Third of a Nation); Prelude to Spring; Puppet Pageant at the Philadelphia Museum of Art; Stepping Stars; Vaudeville
9 Texas, circa 1935-1939
Christmas with Dickens
10 Washington, circa 1935-1939
Alice in Wonderland; Black Empire; Brer Rabbit and the Tar Baby; Counsellor-at-Law; Is Zat So; It Can't Happen Here; The Pursuit of Happiness; See How They Run; Stevedore
11 Wisconsin, circa 1935-1939
Green Grow the Lilacs; Old Heidelberg
12 Federal Theatre Programs A-Z, circa 1935-1939
photocopies, many with original performance dates handwritten on them - Adelante; Battle Hymn; Beyond the Horizon; Big Blow; Black Empire; Both Your Houses; Children's Autumn Festival; Class of '29; The Cradle Will Rock; Dance of Death; The Devil Passes; Doctor Faustus; The Emperor's New Clothes; Fantasy 1939; Frankie and Johnny; Fly Away Home; Green Grow the Lilacs; Hell Bent Fer Heaven; Help Yourself; Horse Eats Hat; How Long Brethren?; A Doris Humphrey-Charles Weidman Dance Program; It Can't Happen Here; Johnny Johnson; Judgment Day; The Lonely Man; The Long Voyage Home; Madame X; The Man in the Tree; The Merchant of Venice; The Milky Way; Night Must Fall; O Say Can You Sing; One Sunday Afternoon; One-Third of a Nation; Outward Bound; Pinocchio; Power; Prologue to Glory; The Pursuit of Happiness; Ready! Aim! Fire!; Redemption; The Revolt of the Beavers; Sing For Your Supper; Six Characters in Search of an Author; Spirochete; The Story of Ferdinand; The Sun and I; The Sun Rises in the West; Swing Parade; The Taming of the Shrew; Trojan Incident; Twelfth Night; The Twilight of the Theatre; When Knighthood was in Flower; The Young Choreographers Laboratory; Young Tramps. Photocopies.
13 Adam and Eva - Awake and Sing, circa 1935-1939
Adam and Eva; Adelante; The All-American Minstrels; Androcles and the Lion; Another Language; Ask Dad; Awake and Sing
Box Folder
363 1 Alison's House poster, April 1938
Oversize Folder
MC 1 1 Alison's House and The Warrior's Husband, circa 1936-1938
Oversize posters where each poster is a piece of a larger whole. There are seven pieces for Alison's House and five for the Warrior's Husband. Roughly each piece measures 42 inches high and 28 inches wide.
Box Folder
311 14 The Bad Man - Big Blow, circa 1935-1939
The Bad Man; Backwash; The Ballad of Davy Crockett; The Barker; Bassa Moona; The Bat; Battle Hymn; Be Seated; Big Blow
Oversize Folder
MC 1 1 Bill of Divorcement, Blind Alley, Gods of the Lightning, unknown, Pursuit of Happiness, 1936-1937
Oversize posters where each poster is a piece of a larger whole. There are three pieces for Bill of Divorcement, two for Blind Alley, two for Gods of the Lightning, and one unknown. Roughly each piece measures 42 inches high and 28 inches wide. A smaller poster (22 inches high and 14 inches wide) is included for the play Pursuit of Happiness performed at the Mayan Theatre in Los Angeles in August of 1937.
Box Folder
311 15 The Case of Philip Lawrence - The Cradle Will Rock, circa 1935-1939
The Case of Philip Lawrence; Chalk Dust; The Cherokee Night; Circus - All New Acts Circus, Circus Fans' Night, Federal Theatre's Great 3 Ring Circus, W.P.A. Federal Circus, W.P.A. 3 Ring Circus, The World's Greatest Circus; Class of '29; Community Drama Spring Tournament 1938; Community Drama Spring Tournament 1939; Conjure Man Dies; Coriolanus; The Cradle Will Rock
16 The Dance of Death - Doctor Faustus, circa 1935-1939
The Dance of Death; A Dance Program for Young Folk; Doctor Faustus (The Tragical History of)
17 Einmal Mensch - Eugene O'Neill's, circa 1935-1939
Einmal Mensch; The Emperor's New Clothes; An Enemy of the People; The Eternal Prodigal; Eugene O'Neill's One-Act Plays of the Sea
18 Fair and Warmer - Flight, circa 1935-1939
Fair and Warmer; Fantasy 1939; Flight
19 H.M.S - How, circa 1935-1939
H.M.S. Pinafore; Haiti; Hansel and Gretel and String Fever; Help Yourself; A Hero is Born; Holy Night; Horse Eats Hat; Horse Play; How Long Brethern
Box Folder
312 1 The Idle Inn - It Can't Happen Here, circa 1935-1939
The Idle Inn; In Heaven and Earth; Injunction Granted!; Iolanthe; It Can't Happen Here
2 Katcha and the Devil flyer, circa 1935-1939
3 Lights - Lucy, circa 1935-1939
Life and Death of an American; The Lights O' London; Live Dolls on the Moon; Die Lokalbahn; Love in Humble Life; Lucy Stone
4 Macbeth - Murder in the Cathedral, circa 1935-1939
Macbeth; Machine Age; The Mikado; Mississippi Rainbow; Mr. Jiggins of Jigginstown; Moving Along; Murder in the Cathedral
5 Native Ground - Noah, circa 1935-1939
Native Ground; No More Peace; Noah
6 On the Rocks - Outside Looking In, circa 1935-1939
On the Rocks; On Top; One-Third of a Nation; Outside Looking In
7 The Path of Flowers - Prologue to Glory, circa 1935-1939
The Path of Flowers; Patience; The Perfect Alibi; The Pinocchio; The Pirates of Penzance; Power; Processional; Professor Mamlock; Prologue to Glory
8 The Revolt of the Beavers program, May 24, 1937
9 Schlossgespenst - Sun-Up, circa 1935-1939
Das Schlossgespenst der Meister Napoleons; School for Scandal; Seemanns Ballade; She Stoops to Conquer; The Show-Off; Showing Off; Sing for your Supper; Stars on Strings; Sweet Land; Swing It; Swing Mikado; The Sun and I; Sun-Up
10 The Tailor - Twelfth Night, circa 1935-1939
The Tailor Becomes a Store Keeper; Taking the Air; Tobias and the Angel; Tom Thumb Circus; Treasure Hunt; Treasure Island; Trial by Jury; The Trial of Dr. Beck; Trojan Incident; Turpentine; Two Plays by Paul Green (Unto Such Glory, Hymn to the Rising Sun); Twelfth Night
11 The Variety Theatre - Vaudeville, circa 1935-1939
The Variety Theatre (playbill); Vaudeville (126 flyers for different vaudeville shows and locations in New York City)
12 Walk Together Chillun - The World we Live in, circa 1935-1939
Programs, flyers, and playbills: Walk Together Chillun; We Live and Laugh; A Woman of Destiny; The World we Live in
13 Plays in Yiddish - Der Zerbrochene Krug, circa 1935-1939
Programs, flyers, and playbills: Various plays in Yiddish; The Young Choreographers Laboratory; Young Tramps; Der Zerbrochene Krug (The Broken Jug)
Subseries 4.3: Music File, 1892-1939
Subseries 4.3 includes manuscript scores and parts for multiple Federal Theatre productions. Resource material used for reference purposes for play productions and Federal Theatre units and regions throughout the United States consists of mostly printed music and is found under "miscellaneous". Chiefly arranged alphabetically by title and then according to standard orchestral instrument order. Some duplicates.
Box Folder
354 Aladdin covers (separated from sheet music), circa 1936-1939
by Edna Rosalyne Heard, Los Angeles, California
Box Folder
355 Aladdin covers (separated from sheet music), circa 1936-1939
by Edna Rosalyne Heard, Los Angeles, California
Box Folder
313 1 Aladdin (copy 1) - conductor, circa 1936-1939
by Edna Rosalyne Heard, Los Angeles, California
2 Aladdin (copy 1) - flute, circa 1936-1939
by Edna Rosalyne Heard, Los Angeles, California
3 Aladdin (copy 1) - clarinet 1, circa 1936-1939
by Edna Rosalyne Heard, Los Angeles, California
4 Aladdin (copy 1) - clarinet 2, circa 1936-1939
by Edna Rosalyne Heard, Los Angeles, California
5 Aladdin (copy 1) - clarinet 3, circa 1936-1939
by Edna Rosalyne Heard, Los Angeles, California
6 Aladdin (copy 1) - oboe, circa 1936-1939
by Edna Rosalyne Heard, Los Angeles, California
7 Aladdin (copy 1) - trumpet 1, circa 1936-1939
by Edna Rosalyne Heard, Los Angeles, California
8 Aladdin (copy 1) - trumpet 2, circa 1936-1939
by Edna Rosalyne Heard, Los Angeles, California
9 Aladdin (copy 1) - trombone, circa 1936-1939
by Edna Rosalyne Heard, Los Angeles, California
Box Folder
314 1 Aladdin (copy 1) - saxophone, circa 1936-1939
by Edna Rosalyne Heard, Los Angeles, California
2 Aladdin (copy 1) - drums, circa 1936-1939
by Edna Rosalyne Heard, Los Angeles, California
3 Aladdin (copy 1) - organ, circa 1936-1939
by Edna Rosalyne Heard, Los Angeles, California
4 Aladdin (copy 1) - piano, circa 1936-1939
by Edna Rosalyne Heard, Los Angeles, California
5 Aladdin (copy 1) - harp, circa 1936-1939
by Edna Rosalyne Heard, Los Angeles, California
6 Aladdin (copy 1) - violin 1, circa 1936-1939
by Edna Rosalyne Heard, Los Angeles, California
7 Aladdin (copy 1) - violin 2 , circa 1936-1939
by Edna Rosalyne Heard, Los Angeles, California
8 Aladdin (copy 1) - cello, circa 1936-1939
by Edna Rosalyne Heard, Los Angeles, California
9 Aladdin (copy 1) - bass, circa 1936-1939
by Edna Rosalyne Heard, Los Angeles, California
Box Folder
315 1 Aladdin (copy 2) - conductor, circa 1936-1939
by Edna Rosalyne Heard, Los Angeles, California
2 Aladdin (copy 2) - flute, circa 1936-1939
by Edna Rosalyne Heard, Los Angeles, California
3 Aladdin (copy 2) - clarinet 1, circa 1936-1939
by Edna Rosalyne Heard, Los Angeles, California
4 Aladdin (copy 2) - clarinet 2, circa 1936-1939
by Edna Rosalyne Heard, Los Angeles, California
5 Aladdin (copy 2) - clarinet 3, circa 1936-1939
by Edna Rosalyne Heard, Los Angeles, California
6 Aladdin (copy 2) - oboe, circa 1936-1939
by Edna Rosalyne Heard, Los Angeles, California
7 Aladdin (copy 2) - trumpet 1, circa 1936-1939
by Edna Rosalyne Heard, Los Angeles, California
8 Aladdin (copy 2) - trumpet 2, circa 1936-1939
by Edna Rosalyne Heard, Los Angeles, California
9 Aladdin (copy 2) - trombone, circa 1936-1939
by Edna Rosalyne Heard, Los Angeles, California
Box Folder
316 1 Aladdin (copy 2) - drums, circa 1936-1939
by Edna Rosalyne Heard, Los Angeles, California
2 Aladdin (copy 2) - organ, circa 1936-1939
by Edna Rosalyne Heard, Los Angeles, California
3 Aladdin (copy 2) - piano, circa 1936-1939
by Edna Rosalyne Heard, Los Angeles, California
4 Aladdin (copy 2) - violin 1, circa 1936-1939
by Edna Rosalyne Heard, Los Angeles, California
5 Aladdin (copy 2) - violin 2 , circa 1936-1939
by Edna Rosalyne Heard, Los Angeles, California
6 Aladdin (copy 2) - cello, circa 1936-1939
by Edna Rosalyne Heard, Los Angeles, California
7 Aladdin (copy 2) - bass, circa 1936-1939
by Edna Rosalyne Heard, Los Angeles, California
8 Aladdin (copy 3) - conductor, circa 1936-1939
by Edna Rosalyne Heard, Los Angeles, California
Box Folder
317 1 Aladdin (copy 3) - flute, circa 1936-1939
by Edna Rosalyne Heard, Los Angeles, California
2 Aladdin (copy 3) - clarinet 1, circa 1936-1939
by Edna Rosalyne Heard, Los Angeles, California
3 Aladdin (copy 3) - clarinet 2, circa 1936-1939
by Edna Rosalyne Heard, Los Angeles, California
4 Aladdin (copy 3) - clarinet 3, circa 1936-1939
by Edna Rosalyne Heard, Los Angeles, California
5 Aladdin (copy 3) - oboe, circa 1936-1939
by Edna Rosalyne Heard, Los Angeles, California
6 Aladdin (copy 3) - trumpet 1, circa 1936-1939
by Edna Rosalyne Heard, Los Angeles, California
7 Aladdin (copy 3) - trumpet 2, circa 1936-1939
by Edna Rosalyne Heard, Los Angeles, California
8 Aladdin (copy 3) - trombone, circa 1936-1939
by Edna Rosalyne Heard, Los Angeles, California
9 Aladdin (copy 3) - drums, circa 1936-1939
by Edna Rosalyne Heard, Los Angeles, California
Box Folder
318 1 Aladdin (copy 3) - organ, circa 1936-1939
by Edna Rosalyne Heard, Los Angeles, California
2 Aladdin (copy 3) - piano, circa 1936-1939
by Edna Rosalyne Heard, Los Angeles, California
3 Aladdin (copy 4) - conductor, circa 1936-1939
by Edna Rosalyne Heard, Los Angeles, California
4 Aladdin (copy 4) - flute, circa 1936-1939
by Edna Rosalyne Heard, Los Angeles, California
5 Aladdin (copy 4) - clarinet 1, circa 1936-1939
by Edna Rosalyne Heard, Los Angeles, California
6 Aladdin (copy 4) - clarinet 2, circa 1936-1939
by Edna Rosalyne Heard, Los Angeles, California
7 Aladdin (copy 4) - oboe, circa 1936-1939
by Edna Rosalyne Heard, Los Angeles, California
8 Aladdin (copy 4) - violin 1, circa 1936-1939
by Edna Rosalyne Heard, Los Angeles, California
9 Aladdin (copy 4) - violin 2, circa 1936-1939
by Edna Rosalyne Heard, Los Angeles, California
Box Folder
319 1 Aladdin (copy 4) - cello, circa 1936-1939
by Edna Rosalyne Heard, Los Angeles, California
2 Aladdin (copy 4) - bass, circa 1936-1939
by Edna Rosalyne Heard, Los Angeles, California
3 Aladdin (copy 5) - conductor, circa 1936-1939
by Edna Rosalyne Heard, Los Angeles, California
4 Aladdin (copy 5) - flute, circa 1936-1939
by Edna Rosalyne Heard, Los Angeles, California
5 Aladdin (copy 5) - clarinet 1, circa 1936-1939
by Edna Rosalyne Heard, Los Angeles, California
6 Aladdin (copy 5) - clarinet 2, circa 1936-1939
by Edna Rosalyne Heard, Los Angeles, California
7 Aladdin (copy 5) - clarinet 3, circa 1936-1939
by Edna Rosalyne Heard, Los Angeles, California
8 Aladdin (copy 5) - oboe, circa 1936-1939
by Edna Rosalyne Heard, Los Angeles, California
9 Aladdin (copy 5) - trumpet 1, circa 1936-1939
by Edna Rosalyne Heard, Los Angeles, California
10 Aladdin (copy 5) - trumpet 2, circa 1936-1939
by Edna Rosalyne Heard, Los Angeles, California
11 Aladdin (copy 5) - trombone, circa 1936-1939
by Edna Rosalyne Heard, Los Angeles, California
Box Folder
320 1 Aladdin (copy 5) - drums, circa 1936-1939
by Edna Rosalyne Heard, Los Angeles, California
2 Aladdin (copy 5) - organ, circa 1936-1939
by Edna Rosalyne Heard, Los Angeles, California
3 Aladdin (copy 5) - piano, circa 1936-1939
by Edna Rosalyne Heard, Los Angeles, California
4 Aladdin (copy 5) - violin 1, circa 1936-1939
by Edna Rosalyne Heard, Los Angeles, California
5 Aladdin (copy 5) - violin 2, circa 1936-1939
by Edna Rosalyne Heard, Los Angeles, California
6 Aladdin (copy 5) - cello, circa 1936-1939
by Edna Rosalyne Heard, Los Angeles, California
7 Aladdin (copy 5) - bass, circa 1936-1939
by Edna Rosalyne Heard, Los Angeles, California
8 Aladdin miscellaneous, circa 1936-1939
includes music for piano, guitar, bassoon, violin 1, violin 2, trumpet 1, trumpet 2, tromone 1, drums, organ, cello, bass, by Edna Rosalyne Heard, Los Angeles, California
9 Alice in Wonderland "March of the Bull Frogs", copyright 1929
by Willy B. Stahl and Walter C. Schad, Los Angeles, California
10 Androcles and the Lion, circa 1936-1939
includes music for piano, violin, male voices, bassoon, clarinet, trumpet, and bass
11 Autumn Crocus "Loreley", circa 1936-1939
violin music, arranged by M. L. Lake
Box Folder
321 1 Avono Suite (1 of 2), circa 1936-1939
by Eddison von Ottenfeld
2 Avono Suite (2 of 2), circa 1936-1939
by Eddison von Ottenfeld
3 Bethlehem "Religioso", circa 1936-1939
4 The Big Blow, circa 1936-1939
5 The Blue Bird "Dance at the Table", circa 1936-1939
6 Coriolanus, circa 1936-1939
by Alex North
7 Davy Jones, circa 1936-1939
by Fred Miller Jr. and L. Leslie Loth
8 The Eternal Prodigal, circa 1936-1939
by Herbert Kingsley, New York, New York
9 Excursion, 1939
includes music for "I'm Happy About the Whole Thing" by Harry Warren, and "It's Never too Late" by Carmen Lombardo and John Jacob Loeb. Los Angeles, California
10 Follow the Parade, circa 1936-1939
11 Follow the Parade, 1936
music for "It's No Fun" by Charles Newman, Murray Mencher, and Milton Ager
Box Folder
322 1 Follow the Parade (leader parts), circa 1936-1939
2 Gods of the Lightning, circa 1936-1939
music for vocal lead on "Sweet by and by"
Box Folder
356 Hansel and Gretel covers (separated from sheet music), circa 1936-1939
Box Folder
322 3 Hansel and Gretel (copy 1) - conductor, circa 1936-1939
by Eddison von Ottenfeld, Los Angeles, California
4 Hansel and Gretel (copy 1) - flute, circa 1936-1939
by Eddison von Ottenfeld, Los Angeles, California
5 Hansel and Gretel (copy 1) - clarinet 1, circa 1936-1939
by Eddison von Ottenfeld, Los Angeles, California
6 Hansel and Gretel (copy 1) - clarinet 2, circa 1936-1939
by Eddison von Ottenfeld, Los Angeles, California
7 Hansel and Gretel (copy 1) - trumpet 1, circa 1936-1939
by Eddison von Ottenfeld, Los Angeles, California
8 Hansel and Gretel (copy 1) - trumpet 2, circa 1936-1939
by Eddison von Ottenfeld, Los Angeles, California
9 Hansel and Gretel (copy 1) - trombone, circa 1936-1939
by Eddison von Ottenfeld, Los Angeles, California
10 Hansel and Gretel (copy 1) - saxophone, circa 1936-1939
by Eddison von Ottenfeld, Los Angeles, California
11 Hansel and Gretel (copy 1) - drums, circa 1936-1939
by Eddison von Ottenfeld, Los Angeles, California
12 Hansel and Gretel (copy 1) - piano, circa 1936-1939
by Eddison von Ottenfeld, Los Angeles, California
Box Folder
323 1 Hansel and Gretel (copy 1) - violin 1, circa 1936-1939
by Eddison von Ottenfeld, Los Angeles, California
2 Hansel and Gretel (copy 1) - violin 2, circa 1936-1939
by Eddison von Ottenfeld, Los Angeles, California
3 Hansel and Gretel (copy 1) - cello, circa 1936-1939
by Eddison von Ottenfeld, Los Angeles, California
4 Hansel and Gretel (copy 1) - bass, circa 1936-1939
by Eddison von Ottenfeld, Los Angeles, California
5 Hansel and Gretel (copy 1) - vocals, circa 1936-1939
by Eddison von Ottenfeld, Los Angeles, California
6 Hansel and Gretel (copy 2) - conductor, circa 1936-1939
by Eddison von Ottenfeld, Los Angeles, California
7 Hansel and Gretel (copy 2) - flute, circa 1936-1939
by Eddison von Ottenfeld, Los Angeles, California
8 Hansel and Gretel (copy 2) - clarinet 1, 2, circa 1936-1939
by Eddison von Ottenfeld, Los Angeles, California
9 Hansel and Gretel (copy 2) - trumpet 1, 2, circa 1936-1939
by Eddison von Ottenfeld, Los Angeles, California
10 Hansel and Gretel (copy 2) - trombone, circa 1936-1939
by Eddison von Ottenfeld, Los Angeles, California
Box Folder
324 1 Hansel and Gretel (copy 2) - saxophone, circa 1936-1939
by Eddison von Ottenfeld, Los Angeles, California
2 Hansel and Gretel (copy 2) - drums, circa 1936-1939
by Eddison von Ottenfeld, Los Angeles, California
3 Hansel and Gretel (copy 2) - piano, circa 1936-1939
by Eddison von Ottenfeld, Los Angeles, California
4 Hansel and Gretel (copy 2) - violin 1, 2, circa 1936-1939
by Eddison von Ottenfeld, Los Angeles, California
5 Hansel and Gretel (copy 2) - cello, circa 1936-1939
by Eddison von Ottenfeld, Los Angeles, California
6 Hansel and Gretel (copy 2) - bass, circa 1936-1939
by Eddison von Ottenfeld, Los Angeles, California
7 Hansel and Gretel (copy 2) - vocals, circa 1936-1939
by Eddison von Ottenfeld, Los Angeles, California
8 Hansel and Gretel (copy 3) - conductor, circa 1936-1939
by Eddison von Ottenfeld, Los Angeles, California
9 Hansel and Gretel (copy 3) - flute, circa 1936-1939
by Eddison von Ottenfeld, Los Angeles, California
10 Hansel and Gretel (copy 3) - trombone, circa 1936-1939
by Eddison von Ottenfeld, Los Angeles, California
Box Folder
325 1 Hansel and Gretel (copy 3) - violin 1, circa 1936-1939
by Eddison von Ottenfeld, Los Angeles, California
2 Hansel and Gretel (copy 4) - flute, circa 1936-1939
by Eddison von Ottenfeld, Los Angeles, California
3 Hansel and Gretel (copy 4) - clarinet 1, 2, circa 1936-1939
by Eddison von Ottenfeld, Los Angeles, California
4 Hansel and Gretel (copy 4) - trumpet 1, 2, circa 1936-1939
by Eddison von Ottenfeld, Los Angeles, California
5 Hansel and Gretel (copy 4) - saxophone, circa 1936-1939
by Eddison von Ottenfeld, Los Angeles, California
6 Hansel and Gretel (copy 4) - piano, circa 1936-1939
by Eddison von Ottenfeld, Los Angeles, California
7 Hansel and Gretel (copy 4) - violin 1, 2, circa 1936-1939
by Eddison von Ottenfeld, Los Angeles, California
8 Hansel and Gretel (copy 4) - cello, circa 1936-1939
by Eddison von Ottenfeld, Los Angeles, California
9 Hansel and Gretel (copy 4) - bass, circa 1936-1939
by Eddison von Ottenfeld, Los Angeles, California
Box Folder
326 1 Hansel and Gretel (copy 5) - conductor, circa 1936-1939
by Eddison von Ottenfeld, Los Angeles, California
2 Hansel and Gretel (copy 5) - flute, circa 1936-1939
by Eddison von Ottenfeld, Los Angeles, California
3 Hansel and Gretel (copy 5) - clarinet 1, circa 1936-1939
by Eddison von Ottenfeld, Los Angeles, California
4 Hansel and Gretel (copy 5) - clarinet 2, circa 1936-1939
by Eddison von Ottenfeld, Los Angeles, California
5 Hansel and Gretel (copy 5) - trumpet 1, circa 1936-1939
by Eddison von Ottenfeld, Los Angeles, California
6 Hansel and Gretel (copy 5) - saxophone, circa 1936-1939
by Eddison von Ottenfeld, Los Angeles, California
7 Hansel and Gretel (copy 5) - drums, circa 1936-1939
by Eddison von Ottenfeld, Los Angeles, California
8 Hansel and Gretel (copy 5) - piano, circa 1936-1939
by Eddison von Ottenfeld, Los Angeles, California
9 Hansel and Gretel (copy 5) - violin 1, 2, circa 1936-1939
by Eddison von Ottenfeld, Los Angeles, California
10 Hansel and Gretel (copy 5) - cello, circa 1936-1939
by Eddison von Ottenfeld, Los Angeles, California
11 Hansel and Gretel (copy 6) - clarinet 2, circa 1936-1939
by Eddison von Ottenfeld, Los Angeles, California
Box Folder
327 1 Hansel and Gretel (copy 6) - trumpet 1, 2, circa 1936-1939
by Eddison von Ottenfeld, Los Angeles, California
2 Hansel and Gretel (copy 6) - saxophone, circa 1936-1939
by Eddison von Ottenfeld, Los Angeles, California
3 Hansel and Gretel (copy 6) - drums, circa 1936-1939
by Eddison von Ottenfeld, Los Angeles, California
4 Hansel and Gretel (copy 6) - trombone, circa 1936-1939
by Eddison von Ottenfeld, Los Angeles, California
5 Hansel and Gretel (copy 6) - piano, circa 1936-1939
by Eddison von Ottenfeld, Los Angeles, California
6 Hansel and Gretel (copy 6) - violin 1, circa 1936-1939
by Eddison von Ottenfeld, Los Angeles, California
7 Hansel and Gretel (copy 6) - cello, circa 1936-1939
by Eddison von Ottenfeld, Los Angeles, California
8 Hansel and Gretel (copy 6) - bass, circa 1936-1939
by Eddison von Ottenfeld, Los Angeles, California
9 Hansel and Gretel - violin 1, circa 1936-1939
by Eddison von Ottenfeld, Los Angeles, California
10 Hansel and Gretel - bass, circa 1936-1939
by Eddison von Ottenfeld, Los Angeles, California
11 Hansel and Gretel - trombone, circa 1936-1939
by Eddison von Ottenfeld, Los Angeles, California
Box Folder
328 1 Hansel and Gretel - drums, circa 1936-1939
by Eddison von Ottenfeld, Los Angeles, California
2 Hansel and Gretel - violin 1, circa 1936-1939
by Eddison von Ottenfeld, Los Angeles, California
3 Hansel and Gretel vocals - Brother Come and Dance, circa 1936-1939
by Eddison von Ottenfeld, Los Angeles, California
4 Hansel and Gretel vocals - Hocus Pocus, circa 1936-1939
by Eddison von Ottenfeld, Los Angeles, California
5 Hansel and Gretel vocals - Hop Lop Lop, circa 1936-1939
by Eddison von Ottenfeld, Los Angeles, California
6 Hansel and Gretel vocals - Sandman Song, circa 1936-1939
by Eddison von Ottenfeld, Los Angeles, California
7 Hansel and Gretel vocals - Tra La La La, circa 1936-1939
by Eddison von Ottenfeld, Los Angeles, California
8 A Hero is Born - piano, circa 1936-1939
9 High Tor, circa 1936-1939
10 Horse Play, circa 1936-1939
11 How Long Brethren, circa 1936-1939
Box Folder
366 11 How Long Brethren (1 of 6), circa 1937
photocopy
Box Folder
367 1 How Long Brethren (2 of 6), circa 1937
photocopy
How Long Brethren (3 of 6), circa 1937
photocopy
3 How Long Brethren (4 of 6), circa 1937
photocopy
4 How Long Brethren (5 of 6), circa 1937
photocopy
5 How Long Brethren (6 of 6), circa 1937
photocopy
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363 How Long Brethren (oversize), circa 1936-1939
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328 12 It Can't Happen Here, circa 1936-1939
13 Jack and the Beanstalk, circa 1936-1939
by Hans Bruno Meyer, New York, New York
14 Lady Say Yes, circa 1936-1939
violin music "If She Says No"
15 Lights o' London, circa 1936-1939
music for violin includes "Alla Polacca de la Serenade Op. 8", "Moment Musical", "Marche all Turca"
16 Little Black Sambo, circa 1936-1939
Chicago, Illinois
17 Little Women, circa 1936-1939
violin music "Flow Gently, Sweet Afton", Los Angeles, California
18 Lucy Stone, circa 1936-1939
19 Lysistrata, circa 1936-1939
20 Melodies on Parade, circa 1936-1939
21 Melodies on Parade, circa 1936-1939
Box Folder
329 1 The Mikado (swing version), circa 1936-1939
by Charles J. Levy
2 The Mikado (swing version), circa 1936-1939
3 The Mikado (swing version) (1 of 3), circa 1936-1939
4 The Mikado (swing version) (2 of 3), circa 1936-1939
5 The Mikado (swing version) (3 of 3), circa 1936-1939
6 Minstrel Show, circa 1936-1939
7 Miscellaneous music, circa 1936-1939
includes "The Fortune Teller"; "That's Why Darkies Were Born"; "Smoke Gets in Your Eyes"; "Prohibition"; "The Barber of Seville"; "Three Lyric Pieces"; miscellaneous violin and trombone; Avono Suite "Largo"
8 Miscellaneous music: At Dawning, copyright 1924
by Charles Wakefield Cadman
9 Miscellaneous music: Bells, copyright 1936
by R. E. Austin
10 Miscellaneous music: By the Fountain, copyright 1936
by Irvin Cooper
11 Miscellaneous music: Candide - violin, piano, circa 1936-1939
[Eddison von Ottenfeld] Los Angeles, California
12 Miscellaneous music: Changing of the Guard, copyright 1936
by Meyer Rappaport and Emile Cote
13 Miscellaneous music: Chimes of Spring (Spring Beautiful Spring)
14 Miscellaneous music: Cinderella's Ice Carnival, 1939
From the Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer production "Ice Follies of 1939", composed by Daniele Amfitheatrof
Box Folder
330 1 Miscellaneous music: De Animals a-comin', copyright 1936
by Marshall Bartholomew
2 Miscellaneous music: The Disappointment or the Force of Credulity, copyright 1933
music by Genevieve Pitot, New York
3 Miscellaneous music: Fairest of the Roses, copyright 1931
by F. Melius Christiansen
4 Miscellaneous music: Fanfare no. 1, aloha, fanfare no. 2, undated
5 Miscellaneous music: Fare Thee Well My Native Land, copyright 1934
by Paul Lincke
6 Miscellaneous music: Flood Waters (Don't Knock on my door), undated
by Ralph Story
7 Miscellaneous music: The Glow-worm, copyright 1932
by Paul Lincke
8 Miscellaneous music: Heaven-life, copyright 1892
by Mozart-Shelley
9 Miscellaneous music: I Heard You Go By, copyright 1927
by Daniel Wood and Sumner Salter
10 Miscellaneous music: Isbel, undated
Ernestine Valencia, arranged by Dan J. Michaud
11 Miscellaneous music: Land of Hope and Glory, copyright 1914
by Edward Elgar and Arthur Fagge
12 Miscellaneous music: Love's Old Sweet Song (part song for mixed voices)
by J. L. Molloy, arranged by N. Clifford Page. Stamped on cover "Federal Project #1 Inspection Department"
13 The Night is Young (chorus parts), circa 1936-1939
by Hans Bruno Meyer
14 The Night is Young (chorus parts), circa 1936-1939
by Hans Bruno Meyer
15 Miscellaneous music: Priest's Chant, undated
paraphrase for mixed voices by William Schaeffer
16 Miscellaneous music: Scotland's Burning, June 16, 1937 (stamped)
17 Miscellaneous music: The Sleigh, copyright 1928
by Ivor Tchervanow and Ralph L. Baldwin
Box Folder
331 1 Miscellaneous music: Song of India, undated
by Rimsky-Korsikoff, arranged by Jacob Schwartzdorf
2 Miscellaneous music: Spanish Girl, circa 1936-1939
3 Miscellaneous music: Speedwell, copyright 1922
by May H. Brahe
4 Miscellaneous music: Travellers in Black, undated
violin music, by Edna R. Heard
5 Miscellaneous music: When the Robin Sings Again (chorus parts 1 of 2)
6 Miscellaneous music: When the Robin Sings Again (chorus parts 2 of 2)
7 My Country, circa 1936-1939
Piano music "Party Entre Act 1-2", Los Angeles, California
8 No More Peace, circa 1936-1939
by Max Hirschfeld, New York, New York
9 Noah, circa 1936-1939
by Jean Stor, New York, New York
Box Folder
357 One Third of a Nation covers, circa 1936-1939
Box Folder
331 10 One Third of a Nation - conductor, circa 1936-1939
11 One Third of a Nation - conductor, circa 1936-1939
12 One Third of a Nation - conductor, circa 1936-1939
Box Folder
332 1 One Third of a Nation - conductor, circa 1936-1939
2 One Third of a Nation - conductor, circa 1936-1939
3 One Third of a Nation - conductor, circa 1936-1939
4 One Third of a Nation - conductor, circa 1936-1939
5 One Third of a Nation - conductor, circa 1936-1939
6 One Third of a Nation - flute and piccolo, circa 1936-1939
7 One Third of a Nation - flute, circa 1936-1939
8 One Third of a Nation - flute, circa 1936-1939
9 One Third of a Nation - flute, circa 1936-1939
10 One Third of a Nation - flute, circa 1936-1939
11 One Third of a Nation - oboe, circa 1936-1939
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333 1 One Third of a Nation - oboe, circa 1936-1939
2 One Third of a Nation - oboe, circa 1936-1939
3 One Third of a Nation - clarinet 1, circa 1936-1939
4 One Third of a Nation - clarinet 1, circa 1936-1939
5 One Third of a Nation - clarinet 2, circa 1936-1939
6 One Third of a Nation - clarinet 2, circa 1936-1939
7 One Third of a Nation - clarinet 2, circa 1936-1939
8 One Third of a Nation - trumpet 1, circa 1936-1939
9 One Third of a Nation - trumpet 1, circa 1936-1939
10 One Third of a Nation - trumpet 1, circa 1936-1939
Box Folder
334 1 One Third of a Nation - trumpet 2, circa 1936-1939
2 One Third of a Nation - trumpet 2, circa 1936-1939
3 One Third of a Nation - oboe, circa 1936-1939
4 One Third of a Nation - tympani, circa 1936-1939
5 One Third of a Nation - tympani, circa 1936-1939
6 One Third of a Nation - tympani, circa 1936-1939
7 One Third of a Nation - drums / tympani, circa 1936-1939
8 One Third of a Nation - drums, circa 1936-1939
9 One Third of a Nation - drums, circa 1936-1939
10 One Third of a Nation - drums, circa 1936-1939
Box Folder
335 1 One Third of a Nation - drums, circa 1936-1939
2 One Third of a Nation - clarinet 1, circa 1936-1939
3 One Third of a Nation - trumpet 2, circa 1936-1939
4 One Third of a Nation - baritone saxophone, circa 1936-1939
5 One Third of a Nation - baritone saxophone, circa 1936-1939
6 One Third of a Nation - baritone saxophone, circa 1936-1939
7 One Third of a Nation - trombone, circa 1936-1939
8 One Third of a Nation - trombone 1, circa 1936-1939
9 One Third of a Nation - trombone 1, circa 1936-1939
Box Folder
336 1 One Third of a Nation - trombone 1, circa 1936-1939
2 One Third of a Nation - trombone 1, circa 1936-1939
3 One Third of a Nation - trombone 1, circa 1936-1939
4 One Third of a Nation - trombone 1, circa 1936-1939
5 One Third of a Nation - trombone 2, circa 1936-1939
6 One Third of a Nation - trombone 2, circa 1936-1939
7 One Third of a Nation - trombone 2, circa 1936-1939
8 One Third of a Nation - trombone 2, circa 1936-1939
Box Folder
337 1 One Third of a Nation - trombone 3, circa 1936-1939
2 One Third of a Nation - trombone 3, circa 1936-1939
3 One Third of a Nation - trombone 3, circa 1936-1939
4 One Third of a Nation - trombone 3, circa 1936-1939
5 One Third of a Nation - trombone 3, circa 1936-1939
6 One Third of a Nation - trombone 3, 2, circa 1936-1939
7 One Third of a Nation - bass, circa 1936-1939
8 One Third of a Nation - bass, circa 1936-1939
9 One Third of a Nation - bass, circa 1936-1939
10 One Third of a Nation - bass, circa 1936-1939
Box Folder
338 1 One Third of a Nation - bass, circa 1936-1939
2 One Third of a Nation - bass, circa 1936-1939
3 One Third of a Nation - piano, circa 1936-1939
4 One Third of a Nation - piano, circa 1936-1939
5 One Third of a Nation - piano, circa 1936-1939
6 One Third of a Nation - piano, circa 1936-1939
7 One Third of a Nation - piano, circa 1936-1939
8 One Third of a Nation - organ, circa 1936-1939
9 One Third of a Nation - organ, circa 1936-1939
10 One Third of a Nation - organ, circa 1936-1939
Box Folder
339 1 One Third of a Nation - organ, circa 1936-1939
2 One Third of a Nation - organ, circa 1936-1939
3 One Third of a Nation - violin 1, circa 1936-1939
4 One Third of a Nation - violin 2, circa 1936-1939
5 The Path of the Flowers, circa 1936-1939
Box Folder
358 Pinocchio covers, circa 1936-1939
Box Folder
339 6 Pinocchio (copy 1) - conductor, circa 1936-1939
7 Pinocchio (copy 1) - flute, circa 1936-1939
8 Pinocchio (copy 1) - clarinet 1, circa 1936-1939
9 Pinocchio (copy 1) - clarinet 2, circa 1936-1939
10 Pinocchio (copy 1) - trumpet 1, circa 1936-1939
11 Pinocchio (copy 1) - trumpet 2, circa 1936-1939
12 Pinocchio (copy 1) - tombone, circa 1936-1939
13 Pinocchio (copy 1) - tenor saxophone, circa 1936-1939
Box Folder
340 1 Pinocchio (copy 1) - drums, circa 1936-1939
2 Pinocchio (copy 1) - piano, circa 1936-1939
3 Pinocchio (copy 1) - harp, circa 1936-1939
4 Pinocchio (copy 1) - violin 1, circa 1936-1939
5 Pinocchio (copy 1) - violin 2, circa 1936-1939
6 Pinocchio (copy 1) - cello, circa 1936-1939
7 Pinocchio (copy 1) - bass, circa 1936-1939
8 Pinocchio (copy 1) - vocals, circa 1936-1939
9 Pinocchio (copy 2) - conductor, circa 1936-1939
10 Pinocchio (copy 2) - flute, circa 1936-1939
11 Pinocchio (copy 2) - clarinet 1, circa 1936-1939
Box Folder
341 1 Pinocchio (copy 2) - clarinet 2, circa 1936-1939
2 Pinocchio (copy 2) - drums, circa 1936-1939
3 Pinocchio (copy 2) - harp, circa 1936-1939
4 Pinocchio (copy 2) - piano, circa 1936-1939
5 Pinocchio (copy 2) - violin 1, circa 1936-1939
6 Pinocchio (copy 2) - violin 2, circa 1936-1939
7 Pinocchio (copy 2) - tenor saxophone, circa 1936-1939
8 Pinocchio (copy 2) - trumpet 1, circa 1936-1939
9 Pinocchio (copy 2) - trumpet 2, circa 1936-1939
10 Pinocchio (copy 2) - trombone, circa 1936-1939
11 Pinocchio (copy 2) - cello, circa 1936-1939
12 Pinocchio (copy 2) - bass, circa 1936-1939
Box Folder
342 1 Pinocchio (copy 2) - vocals, circa 1936-1939
2 Pinocchio - conductor, circa 1936-1939
3 Pinocchio - conductor, circa 1936-1939
4 Pinocchio - flute, circa 1936-1939
5 Pinocchio - flute, circa 1936-1939
6 Pinocchio - flute, circa 1936-1939
Box Folder
343 1 Pinocchio - clarinet 1, circa 1936-1939
2 Pinocchio - clarinet 1, circa 1936-1939
3 Pinocchio - clarinet 2, circa 1936-1939
4 Pinocchio - drums, circa 1936-1939
5 Pinocchio - harp, circa 1936-1939
6 Pinocchio - harp, circa 1936-1939
7 Pinocchio - piano, circa 1936-1939
Box Folder
344 1 Pinocchio - piano extra parts (1 of 2), circa 1936-1939
2 Pinocchio - piano extra parts (2 of 2), circa 1936-1939
3 Pinocchio - violin 1, circa 1936-1939
4 Pinocchio - violin 1, circa 1936-1939
5 Pinocchio - violin 2, circa 1936-1939
6 Pinocchio - violin 2, circa 1936-1939
7 Pinocchio - tenor saxophone, circa 1936-1939
Box Folder
345 1 Pinocchio - trumpet 1, circa 1936-1939
2 Pinocchio - trumpet 1, circa 1936-1939
3 Pinocchio - trumpet 2, circa 1936-1939
4 Pinocchio - trumpet 2, circa 1936-1939
5 Pinocchio - trombone, circa 1936-1939
6 Pinocchio - cello, circa 1936-1939
7 Pinocchio - cello, circa 1936-1939
8 Pinocchio - bass, circa 1936-1939
Box Folder
346 1 Pinocchio - bass, circa 1936-1939
2 Pinocchio - extra parts (1 of 2), circa 1936-1939
3 Pinocchio - extra parts (2 of 2), circa 1936-1939
4 Pinocchio - miscellaneous parts (1 of 2), circa 1936-1939
5 Pinocchio - miscellaneous parts (2 of 2), circa 1936-1939
6 Pinocchio - Cat and Fox (multiple instruments), circa 1936-1939
7 Pinocchio - Dance and Coachman (multiple instruments), circa 1936-1939
8 Pinocchio - Guardian Angel (multiple instruments), circa 1936-1939
9 Pinocchio - Hansel and Gretel (multiple instruments), circa 1936-1939
10 Pinocchio - Happy Birthday (all parts), circa 1936-1939
Box Folder
347 1 Pinocchio - Lullaby (all parts), circa 1936-1939
2 Pinocchio - military tap, circa 1936-1939
3 Pinocchio - Pinocchio Dance (trombone and trumpet), circa 1936-1939
4 Pinocchio - Street Scene (multiple instruments), circa 1936-1939
5 Pinocchio - T.V.A., circa 1936-1939
6 Prologue to Glory, circa 1936-1939
7 Ready, Aim, Fire (copy 1) - conductor, circa 1936-1939
8 Ready, Aim, Fire (copy 1) - flute, circa 1936-1939
9 Ready, Aim, Fire (copy 1) - trumpet 1, circa 1936-1939
10 Ready, Aim, Fire (copy 1) - trumpet 2, circa 1936-1939
11 Ready, Aim, Fire (copy 1) - trumpet 3, circa 1936-1939
12 Ready, Aim, Fire (copy 1) - horn, circa 1936-1939
13 Ready, Aim, Fire (copy 1) - trombone 1, circa 1936-1939
14 Ready, Aim, Fire (copy 1) - trombone 2, circa 1936-1939
15 Ready, Aim, Fire (copy 1) - alto saxophone 1, circa 1936-1939
16 Ready, Aim, Fire (copy 1) - tenor saxophone 2, circa 1936-1939
17 Ready, Aim, Fire (copy 1) - alto saxophone 3, circa 1936-1939
18 Ready, Aim, Fire (copy 1) - drums, circa 1936-1939
19 Ready, Aim, Fire (copy 1) - piano, circa 1936-1939
20 Ready, Aim, Fire (copy 1) - violin 1, circa 1936-1939
21 Ready, Aim, Fire (copy 1) - violin 2, circa 1936-1939
22 Ready, Aim, Fire (copy 1) - cello, circa 1936-1939
23 Ready, Aim, Fire (copy 1) - bass, circa 1936-1939
24 Ready, Aim, Fire (copy 1) - lead, circa 1936-1939
25 Ready, Aim, Fire - piano, circa 1936-1939
26 Ready, Aim, Fire - piano (1 of 2), circa 1936-1939
Box Folder
348 1 Ready, Aim, Fire - piano (2 of 2), circa 1936-1939
2 Ready, Aim, Fire - piano (1 of 2), circa 1936-1939
3 Ready, Aim, Fire - piano (2 of 2), circa 1936-1939
4 Revue of Reviews - piano, circa 1936-1939
5 Revue of Reviews - vocal lead, circa 1936-1939
6 Revue of Reviews - lead sheet, circa 1936-1939
7 Rip Van Winkle - vocal, circa 1936-1939
8 Rose of Alhambra (multiple instruments 1 of 2), circa 1936-1939
9 Rose of Alhambra (multiple instruments 2 of 2), circa 1936-1939
10 Sing for you Supper (violin and percussion), circa 1936-1939
11 Spirochete - conductor, circa 1936-1939
by David Sheinfeld
Spirochete, 1938
Spirochete, 1938
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348 12 Spirochete - flute, circa 1936-1939
13 Spirochete - clarinet 1, circa 1936-1939
14 Spirochete - clarinet 2, circa 1936-1939
15 Spirochete - clarinet 3, circa 1936-1939
16 Spirochete - trumpet 1, circa 1936-1939
17 Spirochete - trumpet 2, circa 1936-1939
18 Spirochete - trombone, circa 1936-1939
19 Spirochete - tenor saxophone 1, circa 1936-1939
20 Spirochete - tenor saxophone 2, circa 1936-1939
21 Spirochete - alto saxophone 1, circa 1936-1939
Box Folder
349 1 Spirochete - alto saxophone 2, circa 1936-1939
2 Spirochete - alto saxophone 3, circa 1936-1939
3 Spirochete - drums, circa 1936-1939
4 Spirochete - piano, circa 1936-1939
5 Spirochete - harp, circa 1936-1939
6 Spirochete - violin 1, circa 1936-1939
7 Spirochete - violin 2, circa 1936-1939
8 Spirochete - violin 3, circa 1936-1939
9 Spirochete - viola and cello, circa 1936-1939
10 Spirochete - bass, circa 1936-1939
Box Folder
359 Sumurun sheet music, circa 1936-1939
Box Folder
360 Sumurun sheet music, circa 1936-1939
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349 11 Treasure Island - violin 1, circa 1936-1939
by John Ansell
12 Two-a-Day (copy 1) - conductor, circa 1936-1939
13 Two-a-Day (copy 1) - flute, circa 1936-1939
14 Two-a-Day (copy 1) - clarinet 1, circa 1936-1939
15 Two-a-Day (copy 1) - solo clarinet, circa 1936-1939
16 Two-a-Day (copy 1) - clarinet 4, circa 1936-1939
17 Two-a-Day (copy 1) - male ensemble, circa 1936-1939
18 Two-a-Day (copy 1) - male quartette, circa 1936-1939
19 Two-a-Day (copy 1) - ensemble, circa 1936-1939
20 Two-a-Day (copy 1) - bass, circa 1936-1939
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350 1 Two-a-Day (copy 1) - cello, circa 1936-1939
2 Two-a-Day (copy 1) - violin 1, circa 1936-1939
3 Two-a-Day (copy 1) - violin 2, circa 1936-1939
4 Two-a-Day (copy 1) - violin 3, circa 1936-1939
5 Two-a-Day (copy 1) - drums, circa 1936-1939
6 Two-a-Day (copy 1) - piano, circa 1936-1939
7 Two-a-Day (copy 1) - trombone 1, circa 1936-1939
8 Two-a-Day (copy 1) - trombone 2, circa 1936-1939
9 Two-a-Day (copy 1) - trumpet 1, circa 1936-1939
Box Folder
351 1 Two-a-Day (copy 1) - trumpet 2, circa 1936-1939
2 Two-a-Day (copy 1) - trumpet 3, circa 1936-1939
3 Two-a-Day (copy 1) - alto saxophone 1, circa 1936-1939
4 Two-a-Day (copy 1) - tenor saxophone 2, circa 1936-1939
5 Two-a-Day (copy 1) - alto saxophone 3, circa 1936-1939
6 Two-a-Day (copy 2) - conductor, circa 1936-1939
7 Two-a-Day (copy 2) - flute, circa 1936-1939
8 Two-a-Day (copy 2) - clarinet 1, circa 1936-1939
9 Two-a-Day (copy 2) - solo clarinet, circa 1936-1939
10 Two-a-Day (copy 2) - clarinet 4, circa 1936-1939
11 Two-a-Day (copy 2) - trumpet 1, circa 1936-1939
Box Folder
352 1 Two-a-Day (copy 2) - trumpet 2, circa 1936-1939
2 Two-a-Day (copy 2) - trumpet 3, circa 1936-1939
3 Two-a-Day (copy 2) - trombone 1, circa 1936-1939
4 Two-a-Day (copy 2) - trombone 2, circa 1936-1939
5 Two-a-Day (copy 2) - alto saxophone 1, circa 1936-1939
6 Two-a-Day (copy 2) - tenor saxophone 2, circa 1936-1939
7 Two-a-Day (copy 2) - alto saxophone 3, circa 1936-1939
8 Two-a-Day (copy 2) - piano, circa 1936-1939
9 Two-a-Day (copy 2) - harp, circa 1936-1939
10 Two-a-Day (copy 2) - violin 1, circa 1936-1939
Box Folder
353 1 Two-a-Day (copy 2) - violin 2, circa 1936-1939
2 Two-a-Day (copy 2) - violin 3, circa 1936-1939
3 Two-a-Day (copy 2) - cello, circa 1936-1939
4 Two-a-Day (copy 2) - bass, circa 1936-1939
5 Two-a-Day (copy 2) - male ensemble, circa 1936-1939
6 Two-a-Day (copy 2) - male quartette, circa 1936-1939
7 Two-a-Day (copy 2) - ensemble, circa 1936-1939
Series 5: Costumes, circa 1935-1939 (3 boxes)
This series includes two coats and two pairs of pants created and used by the Federal Theatre Project.
Box
369 Red coat, circa 1935-1939
Long red coat with black and gold striping, metal snap buttons, and hook enclosures. A gold crown is featured on the chest and back. The Inside label reads: "Property of Theatre Workshop Costume Unit Drama Department Emergency Relief Bureau."
Box
370 Dark coat, circa 1935-1939
A long coat, colored a black/brown with a single row of maroon buttons. The coat is trimmed with orange and green flower decoration along the collar, hem, cuffs, and buttons. A label inside the coat reads: "Property of Theatre Workshop Costume Unit Drama Department Emergency Relief Bureau." Handwritten on the label is "Bob Webber (Matt)" and "White Iolantia."
Box
371 Red pants, yellow pants, circa 1935-1939
Two pairs of men's pants, one yellow, one red. Both pants stop below the knee. Both pants have a label that reads: "Property of Theatre Workshop Costume Unit Drama Department Emergency Relief Bureau." In the waist band of the yellow pant the name Don Chiles is handwritten.
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