Boston University,-- Howard Gotlieb Archival Research Center
Manuscripts: novels, short stories, plays, screenplays, teleplays, novellas, novellettes, and poetry; correspondence; printed material; notebooks; legal material; photographs; and personal memorabilia -- Teleplays include scripts for Alfred Hitchcock Presents (1960), Climax! (1957), Ford Startime (1960), and Studio 57 (1954). Correspondents include Carl Brandt, Abraham Burack, Gelett Burgess, Liz Nealon, and Ellery Queen
University of Minnesota - Twin Cities
Photographic stills, prints, autographed photos, articles, clippings and other memorabilia related to Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy (as Laurel and Hardy,) actors and comedians
University of Texas at Austin - Harry Ransom Center
The Thomas Smith Papers consist of the professional papers of visual effects producer Thomas Smith. The papers document Smith's professional work through the 1980s and 1990s and include film scripts, special effects storyboards, pre-production research, production materials, newspaper clippings, photographs, and published materials such as fan magazines and cinematography periodicals
University of Texas at Austin - Harry Ransom Center
The John Fowles Papers, ca. 1926-1992 (bulk 1953-1991), consist largely of manuscripts, galleys, and page proofs of his works (both published and unpublished), plus accompanying clippings, contracts, correspondence, and research materials. Playscript and screenplay adaptations of his works are also present, as are some cast lists, film schedules, and legal documents concerning film rights. There are also numerous articles, book reviews, dissertations and theses, and other works about Fowles and his work, which were sent to him by students, scholars, and others. The remainder of the collection includes a few personal papers and miscellaneous items, such as audio recordings, legal papers, nature observation journals, photographs, receipts, a royalty statement, and school reports
University of Texas at Austin - Harry Ransom Center
The papers of John Collier represent his transition from a poet to writer of novels, short stories, and screenplays. The bulk of the papers are manuscripts including novels, poems, reviews, screenplays, and short stories. Some correspondence is also included in the papers
University of Texas at Austin - Harry Ransom Center
The John Crowley papers, ca. 1962-2000, document the creation and realization of his novels, short stories, and scripts. The Diaries subseries contains 12 journals written between 1964 and 1995, arranged chronologically. The Fiction subseries contains Crowley's manuscripts, working drafts and publication matter for seven novels and two short story collections. The Film and Television subseries contains thirty scripts including six feature filmscripts, five unrealized documentaries, and two television proposals. Eight of the documentary scripts were written in collaboration with his wife, Laurie Block. The Commercial Project subseries includes advertising copy, narration for a fireworks display, and short articles from a variety of publications
University of Texas at Austin - Harry Ransom Center
Comprise correspondence, multiple drafts of filmscripts, and production photographs, as well as clippings, contracts, magazines and trade papers, notes, reviews, shooting and production schedules, sound recordings, storyboards, synopses, and other materials relating primarily to Lehman's film career, ca. 1931-1990. Lehman published short stories, novellas, and articles in a variety of popular magazines in the 1940s and early 50s, and was later a regular contributor to American Film magazine with his "Lehman at Large" column from 1978 to 1981, all of which are represented in the collection. The bulk of the collection relates to Lehman's career as a screenwriter and film producer. Filmscripts and other materials are present for all of Lehman's films, but North by Northwest, Portnoy's Complaint, The Prize, The Sound of Music, West Side Story, and Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? are the most extensively documented. Correspondents include actors and actresses, editors, directors, ... Read More
State University of New York Albany
The William Kennedy Papers document nearly a half century of research, writing and publishing efforts of the internationally recognized, Pulitzer prize winning author, playwright, essayist, journalist, script writer, professor and champion of the arts. Born and raised in Albany, New York, Kennedy's novels and nonfiction works frequently evoke a strong sense of place in the state capital, centering upon the city, its history, and its people in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. The collection features records related to all of Kennedy's fiction and nonfiction books through 2002 plus essays and newspaper articles from the Albany Times-Union. All files chronicle Kennedy's meticulous research, writing, publishing and promotion processes, and feature proposals, numerous drafts with edits, rewrites, galleys, page proofs, correspondence, reviews, and interviews. The Kennedy Papers chart the transformation of his novels to film. Relevant papers including working drafts, shooting scripts, ... Read More
Hagley Museum and Library - Manuscripts and Archives Department
Records of the Du Pont Company's Advertising Dept. were transferred to the Hagley Museum and Library in over a dozen lots between 1954 and 1982. Records received prior to 1975 were consolidated and arranged as part of Series II, Part 2. Records received subsequently have been consolidated as Accession 1803
Texas State University, San Marcos
Manuscripts, galley proofs, comic book art, anthologies, and screenplays; introductions to others' works written by Lansdale; adaptations of Lansdale's works written by others, including David J. Schow, Paul Sammon, John Ezrine and Stephen Katz. Also included are written responses to interview questions and a shirt worn by Lansdale for dust jacket photos