Eastern Washington State Historical Society
Clippings, programs, and ephemera, of Spokane social events and theatrical productions featuring Hawkins's husband, Mark D. Hawkins (1884-1969), a locally well-known actor and playwright; clippings and ephemera, relating to the silent film The Crown Jewels, an amateur production using Spokane residents in its cast; programs from theater productions (1920s) of the University Club and Junior League of Spokane; and Hawkins family history (1960)
U.S. Coast Guard Historian's Office
Oral history interview of USCG veteran Glen Boles, including descriptions of his activities as a young man growing up in Hollywood, Calif., and acting in films; his roles in Broadway plays; joining the USCG after the attack on Pearl Harbor; intelligence gathering at a radio monitoring station in Recife, Brazil, an operation designed to intercept Nazi radio communications to South America; and studying and graduating from Columbia University under the G.I. Bill, leading to his practice as a psychoanalyst
Boston University,-- Dept. of Special Collections
Correspondence; mss. drafts of 84 Charing Cross Road (play, 1981); production materials; playbills; research material; photographs; and other papers -- Correspondents include Ted Hughes, Tom Stoppard, and Tennessee Williams
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
The papers consist principally of Sullivan's research notes and writings, including notes and a manuscript biography of nineteenth century Indiana playwright Joseph Arthur; notes and manuscript history of the English Opera House in Indianapolis; notes on theatrical performances by John Wilkes Booth; biographical sketches of English artist John Flaxman, writer Prosper Merimee, sculptor John Rogers, and composer Georges Bizet; and drafts of his letters on literary topics
University of Minnesota - Twin Cities
Cassie's daughter Erin, who identifies closely with her grandmother Abby, wants to be an actress more than anything in the world, but is disappointed that her parents do not approve of her working in television
University of Chicago - Special Collections Research Center
University of Chicago - Special Collections Research Center
University of Chicago - Special Collections Research Center
University of Florida - George A. Smathers Libraries
Etchings, engravings, prints, and lithographs from the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries of American and English actors, actresses, dancers, singers, and managers. 575 individuals, portraits and in character