University of Virginia
Letters from Eliot, almost exclusively through Valerie Fletcher and other secretaries, to Ann Munro-Kerr and the League of Dramatists, concern publishing rights, translations and performances. Of interest is a letter to Rudolfo Usigli concerning the latter's request to translate "The cocktail party." Other topics and people mentioned briefly include Vincenzo Arangio-Ruiz, Francisco Carrera de Calatayud, Fulvio Fo, George M. Hoellering, Bruce Kellner, Tavistock Repertory Company, and Jean Vilar
University of Virginia
Correspondence, papers, and printed material pertain to Stone and her political career and interest in women's and youth issues
History Colorado
The collection contains correspondence, engineering reports and specifications, and other related miscellany
University of Florida - George A. Smathers Libraries
This collection contains schedules, photographs, clippings, newsletters, correspondence, pamphlets, posters and flyers from the US Army Special Services Division's theatrical unit generally from around 1958. The photographs have copious notes on the back and document many plays performed as well as highlighting dancers and singers from within the military who entertained during the 1958 season. There are a few items from before 1958 and several afterwards plus a packet of promotional materials from the U.S.O. dated 1988. The packet has pamphlets, newsletters and numerous clippings about the history of the U.S.O.
University of Florida - George A. Smathers Libraries
This collection includes programs, photographs, postcards, broadsides, souvenir programs and newspaper articles relative to theaters or theatrical groups and societies either in their home theater or on tour. Most of the works referenced are musical or dramatic, but occasionally an opera or ballet will also be presented
University of Florida - George A. Smathers Libraries
This collection includes a large number of playbills and heralds dating from actual burlesque theatre of the 1870s to modern American shows saluting historic burlesque. In addition to the playbills and programs there are photographs, press releases, clippings, burlesque songster collections, and broadside advertisements for shows. Special subjects include female impersonators, Folies-BergeĢ€re and other French productions, a program from Michael Todd's "Peep Show" and miscellaneous publications on the history of burlesque
University of Florida - George A. Smathers Libraries
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University of Texas at Austin - Harry Ransom Center
This series consists of Alfred A. Knopf's personal files and papers, which were maintained at his office in New York City and at his home at Purchase, New York. Sent to the Ransom Center over a period of years, the arrangement has been recreated from Knopf's personal file system. Generally, the first two subseries consist of correspondence and subject files from Knopf's office, while the Purchase files were kept at his home and used for his memoirs. The last subseries consists of materials sent to the Ransom Center that were not originally present in either his office or home file systems
University of Florida - George A. Smathers Libraries
This collection contains programs, clippings, music scores, press releases, web page printouts, songbooks, portraits, clippings, souvenir programs, tribute albums, obituaries, broadsides, periodical issues and one script all pertaining to the lives and music of various composers ranging from J.S. Bach to P.D.Q. Bach, Cole Porter, and John Lennon. Many programs are for tribute concerts or anniversary celebrations

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