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The Papers of Alan Hewitt at Dartmouth College

WMAN ML-66

Descriptive Summary

Creator: Hewitt, Alan
Title Remainder: Papers. 1930-1986
Dates: 1930-1986
Identification: ML-66





BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

1915 Born, January 21, New York City
1934 Graduated from Dartmouth College; joined Actors' Equity Association; played summer stock at Cohasset, Mass.
1935-1936 Made first Broadway appearance in The Taming of the Shrew; also played in Idiot's Delight, both productions starring Alfred Lunt and Lynn Fontanne
1936-1937 Rejoined Lunt and Fontanne in Amphitryon 38 and The Sea Gull
1938-1939 Played in The American Way, with Frederic March
1939-1940 Toured coast-to-coast with Lunt and Fontanne in The Taming of the Shrew; appeared in Love's Old Sweet Song; began working steadily in radio
1940 Elected to the Council of Actors' Equity Association; appeared in Here Today with Ruth Gordon
1941-1942 Appeared in The Walrus and the Carpenter and in Steinbeck's The Moon Is Down, an anti-Nazi war story
1943-1946 Served in the Army, with the Armed Forces Radio Service
1947 Played in The Gentleman From Athens with Anthony Quinn
1948 Began directing employment surveys for Actors' Equity Association
1949 Played Willie Loman's boss in the original production of Death of a Salesman on Broadway
1951 Resigned from the Council of Actors' Equity; continued to serve on the House Affairs Committee
1950-1952 Had supporting role in the musical, Call Me Madam, with Ethel Merman and Paul Lukas
1954 Played dual roles in Ondine; appeared in The Three Musketeers at the St. Louis Municipal Opera
1956 Played Thomas Jefferson in Omnibus, a Ford Foundation TV “Special”; succeeded Tony Randall in Inherit the Wind
1959 Began working in movies; made Career and A Private's Affair
1963-(1979) Recorded books for the American Foundation for the Blind, Inc.
1964-1966 Remained active in movies; had continuing TV role as Detective Brennan on My Favorite Martian (CBS)
1966-1970 Appeared in numerous films, including The Horse in the Gray Flannel Suit (1967) and Sweet Charity (1968)
1971 Published essay on acting in The American Theatre: A Sum of Its Parts, Samuel French, New York; elected member of Board of Trustees of the Actors' Fund of America
1974 Performed in an ABC-TV “Special,” The Pueblo Affair
1976 Appeared in Episode XIII of The Adams Chronicles on PBS
1981 Appointed chairman of the Executive Committee of the Actors' Fund
1983 Returned to the stage in Outrage! at the Kennedy Center, Washington, D.C.
1983-1986 Active in doing “voice-overs” for radio and TV commercials
1986 Died, November 7, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, New York City

INTRODUCTION

The Dartmouth College Library received the Papers of Alan Hewitt `34 as a gift of Hewitt's estate after his death in 1986. This large and diverse collection, consisting of books as well as personal papers, has enriched the Library's holdings in several areas. An actor for over 50 years, Alan Hewitt was also a theatre historian, a statistician for the Actor's Equity Association, a writer, a member of Actors' Equity Council, chairman of the Executive Committee of the Actors' Fund of America, and a member of the Friends of the Dartmouth Library.

Born in New York City on January 21, 1915, Alan Hewitt entered Dartmouth College in 1930 at the age of 15. A member of the Dartmouth Players, he appeared in 14 plays during his 4 years at the College. After his graduation in 1934, he immediately began his career, performing in summer stock at Cohasset, Massachusetts. The following year he made his Broadway debut with Alfred Lunt and Lynn Fontanne in The Taming of the Shrew. Hewitt appeared in several other Lunt-Fontanne productions, thereby cementing a lifelong friendship with the Lunts.

Hewitt joined Actors' Equity Association, the stage performer's union, in 1934, and was elected to its Council in 1940. Despite union politics, which at one time included accusations of Communism, Hewitt's devotion to Equity remained unshaken. He remained on its Council until 1951, served on several committees over the years and in 1948, he devised a system of analyzing employment figures for Equity members that remains useful today. The materials entitled Actors' Equity Association comprise one of the largest and most interesting parts of the collection.

The section of papers that is devoted to Hewitt's acting career is by far the largest body of materials within the collection. Programs, scripts, clippings, sides, reviews, correspondence, playbills, photographs and tapes document each production he performed in, from his 1934 appearances in summer stock to his last major role in Outrage! in 1983. Primarily a character, or supporting, actor, Alan Hewitt appeared in such stage hits as The Taming of the Shrew, the original production of Death of a Salesman, Call Me Madam, Ondine, and Inherit the Wind. His films include A Private's Affair (1959), That Touch of Mink (1962), Days of Wine and Roses (1962), How To Murder Your Wife (1964), Sweet Charity (1968) and The Barefoot Executive (1970). He performed in made-for-TV movies and such “specials” as The Pueblo Affair (ABC, 1974) and The Adams Chronicles (PBS, 1976), and had a continuing role on My Favorite Martian from 1964-1966. Other materials in this section relate to Hewitt's work in radio and voice-over commercials.

Alan Hewitt never married, but he had a large “family” of devoted friends, many of whom are revealed as voluminous letter writers, in the section entitled Special Correspondents. Such well-known personalities as John Houseman, Tony Randall, Carroll O'Connor, Howard Duff and Arthur Miller are represented, as are many who are less well-known. Nor were all Hewitt's friends actors; many were critics, playwrights, authors, historians, and other non-show business figures. Other friendships are documented in the sections on Actors and Others (notably Helen Hayes), and the Lunts, as well as in that on Dartmouth College, whose own Henry Williams was a friend of Hewitt's for over fifty years.

The Papers of Alan Hewitt occupy 22 boxes, or approximately 27.5 linear shelf feet. Materials consist of correspondence, clippings, articles, memoranda, books, photographs, playbills, programs, scripts and sides, reviews, cassettes and reel-to-reel tapes. No restrictions have been placed on the use of any of the materials in the collection; however, due to the fragility of certain materials such as clippings and scripts, photocopying will be done at the discretion of Special Collections staff.

Further information concerning Alan Hewitt may be found in Special Collections in the Dartmouth College Library.






BOX 1.

Actors' Equity Association



Blacklist



FOLDER : 1.

AFRA campaign literature; 1951, undated



FOLDER : 2.

AFTRA campaign literature; 1953-1956, undated



Articles



FOLDER : 3.

Bishop Oxnam-Committee [UNK]; in U.S. News and World Report, August 7, 1953



FOLDER : 4.

Does Silence Mean Guilt? The Fifth Amendment Controversy, by Norman Redlich and Laurent B. Franz; reprinted from The Nation, June 6, 1953



FOLDER : 5.

Free Enterprise in Ideas, by Henry Steele Commager; in Dartmouth Alumni Magazine, March 1951



FOLDER : 6.

The Hollywood 10, Plus 20, by C. Robert Jennings; in Los Angeles Times West Magazine, September 3, 1967



FOLDER : 7.

“I Was in a Communist Unit with Hiss,” interview with Nathaniel Weyl; in U.S. News and World Report, January 9, 1953



FOLDER : 8.

Let's Be Aware, by Serge Fliegers; reprinted from The Freeman, May 7, 1954, mimeographed copy



FOLDER : 9.

The Ordeal of John Henry Faulk, by Joseph P. Blank; in Look, May 7, 1963



FOLDER : 10.

The Right to Work, by James R. Morris; reprinted from The Freeman, May 17, 1954, mimeographed copy



FOLDER : 11.

Subversive Groups Ban Goes to Meeting, author unidentified; in Equity Magazine, December 1941



FOLDER : 12.

Who Is Loyal To America?, by Henry Steele Commager; reprinted from Harper's Magazine, September 1947



FOLDER : 13.

Book: Red Channels: The Report of Communist Influence in Radio and Television; published by Counter-attack, The Newsletter of Facts to Combat Communism, 1950



FOLDER : 14.

Cinema Educational Guild, Inc., anti-Communist bulletins, written by Myron C. Fagan; 1954, 1956-1958, undated



Clippings



FOLDER : 15.

Photocopies; 1940-1942, 1947, 1949-1950



FOLDER : 16.

Photocopies; 1951



FOLDER : 17.

Photocopies; 1952



FOLDER : 18.

Photocopies; 1953



FOLDER : 19.

Photocopies; 1954-1958



FOLDER : 20.

Photocopies; 1960, 1962, 1972, 1975-1976, 1978, 1980



FOLDER : 21.

Photocopies; undated



FOLDER : 22.

Commentary on Congressman Lambertson's statements in The Congressional Record, by Alan Hewitt; carbon, 1940



FOLDER : 23.

Commentary on Hearings on WPA Before the House Sub-Committee on Appropriations; typescript, 1941



FOLDER : 24.

Copy of letter from Congressman Lambertson to Florence Reed, Chairman of the Nominating Committee of Equity, subsequently included in mailings to voting members; May 23, 1941, with Hewitt's reply, May 24, 1941



FOLDER : 25.

Copy of a letter sent to Congressman Lambertson by the Theatre Arts Committee, July 16, 1940



Correspondence



FOLDER : 26.

1937, 1940



FOLDER : 27.

1941



FOLDER : 28.

1942, 1946-1949



FOLDER : 29.

1950-1958, 1961-1963



FOLDER : 30.

Undated, unidentified



FOLDER : 31.

Correspondence between Paul N. Turner, Equity's attorney, and Joseph A. Padway, General Counsel, A.F. of L.; 1940



FOLDER : 32.

Draft of letter to Equity Magazine, expressing Alan Hewitt's reactions to Congressman Lambertson's accusation; typescript, August 1940



FOLDER : 33.

Draft of speech by Mervin Williams, to Equity members on behalf of Independent candidates for Council; holograph, 1941



FOLDER : 34.

Equity campaign literature; 1941, 1953



FOLDER : 35.

Fact sheet sent out by AFTRA concerning challenge to AWARE, INC.; mimeographed copy, ca. 1955



FOLDER : 36.

Letter to Council of Actors' Equity Association from Winifred Lenihan, former Council member; June 22, 1941



FOLDER : 37.

Letter to the Editor, N.Y. Herald-Tribune, entitled “Answer To John Crosby” about AWARE, INC.; June 22, 1955



Magazines



FOLDER : 38.

Equity Magazine; May, June, July 1941



FOLDER : 39.

The Nation, “How Free Is Free?”; June 28, 1952



FOLDER : 40.

The Progressive, “McCarthy: A Documented Record;” April 1954



FOLDER : 41.

Saturday Review, “Whittaker Chambers and His “Witness';” May 24, 1952



FOLDER : 42.

Stand By!, April 1953, June 1955



FOLDER : 43.

Memoranda concerning conversations between Alan Hewitt and various individuals on the subject of Communism and blacklisting; typescript, April 14, 28, 1952, October 10, 1955



FOLDER : 44.

Memoranda, general; 1941



FOLDER : 45.

Memorandum to the Equity Council by Philip Loeb, and copy of a letter to Loeb from Dean Green of Northwestern University; 1941



FOLDER : 46.

Minutes of a meeting of the Independent candidates for Equity Council; typescript, May 22, 1941



FOLDER : 47.

Minutes of meetings of the Equity Council; carbons, 1940-1941



FOLDER : 48.

Misc.



FOLDER : 49.

Newsletter: Enquirer, printed by members of A L of A -- Local No. 1, New York, with reprint of column, “From Out Front,” by Eugene Burr; The Billboard, May 31, 1941



FOLDER : 50.

Newsletter: Facts About Blacklist, edited by Walter Bernstein and Sam Moore; May 1954



FOLDER : 51.

Notes; undated



FOLDER : 52.

Notices of Annual and Quarterly meetings; 1941, 1953



Pamphlets



FOLDER : 53.

Address by Senator William P. Jenner of Indiana Before the Sons of the American Revolution at Cincinnati, Ohio, October 15, 1954, “The Communists and Their Collaborators”



FOLDER : 54.

Blacklist: A Series of Articles from The New York Post Illuminating Red Channels Activities, by Oliver Pilat; 1953



FOLDER : 55.

Congressional Record, with Appendices; July 4, 1940



FOLDER : 56.

How You Can Abolish United Nations, by Myron C. Fagan; 1954



FOLDER : 57.

Interlocking Subversion in Government Departments: Report of the Subcommittee to Investigate the Administration of the Internal Security Act and Other Internal Security Laws to the Committee on the Judiciary, U.S. Senate; 1953



FOLDER : 58.

Red Treason on Broadway, by Myron C. Fagan; 1954



FOLDER : 59.

The Road Back (Self-Clearance), by AWARE, INC.; 1955



FOLDER : 60.

Subversive Infiltration of Radio, Televisio, and the Entertainment Industry: Hearings Before the Subcommittee to Investigate the Administration of the Internal Security Act and Other Internal Security Laws of the Committee on the Judiciary; 1951-1952



FOLDER : 61.

Petitions calling for Alan Hewitt to run for re-election to the Equity Council; 1941



FOLDER : 62.

Photograph of Philip Loeb; ca. 1941



FOLDER : 63.

Press statements; 1940, 1941



FOLDER : 64.

Program: Artists' Front to Win the War, Carnegie Hall, October 16, 1942



FOLDER : 65.

Proposed Constitutional Amendment; mimeographed copy, 1953



FOLDER : 66.

Report: Report of Anti-Blacklisting Committee to Council Meeting of November 2, 1954; mimeographed copy



FOLDER : 67.

Resolution proposed by Robert Reed, in support of President Roosevelt; carbon, September 26, 1941



FOLDER : 68.

Resolution proposed by William E. Watts to put Equity on record as opposing America's involvement in the European war; typescript, 1940



FOLDER : 69.

Resolutions concerning Communism; mimeographs, 1953-1954



FOLDER : 70.

Screen Actors Guild by-law proposal; 1953



Speeches



FOLDER : 71.

Address by Alan Hewitt at Equity's Annual Meeting; typescript, June 6, 1941



FOLDER : 72.

Address by Alan Hewitt at Open Meeting [of Equity], Hotel Edison; typescript, June 3, 1941



FOLDER : 73.

Untitled, by Alan Hewitt; against an amendment to the Equity Constitution; carbon, January 1942



FOLDER : 74.

Statement made by Alan Hewitt, June 7, 1941, after winning a seat on the Equity Council; typescript



FOLDER : 75.

Statement: Some Personal History: A Memorandum, by Alan Hewitt; typescript draft, photocopy, ca. 1952



FOLDER : 76.

Statement: These Are the Facts, by Alan Hewitt; carbon, 1951



FOLDER : 77.

Statement written for Equity Magazine, May 5, 1941, and withdrawn; draft, carbon, 1941



FOLDER : 78.

Tabulation of votes at the Equity election of 1941; typescript



BOX 2.

Constitutional Amendment



FOLDER : 1.

Clippings; 1947, 1956, 1959, undated



FOLDER : 2.

Correspondence; 1947, 1952-1953



FOLDER : 3.

Magazine: Equity Magazine, January, February, April 1942



FOLDER : 4.

Minutes of meetings of Equity Council, reports of Constitutional Review Committee; mimeographs, August 8, September 5, 1950



FOLDER : 5.

Notice of Quarterly Meeting, January 5, 1951, and typed list of reasons for rejection of Amendments 2-6; 1951



FOLDER : 6.

Pro and con arguments about the proposed amendment on junior membership; undated



FOLDER : 7.

Speech: Mr. Nugent's Remarks at AFRA Meeting by Elliott Nugent; mimeographed copy, September 18, 1947



FOLDER : 8.

Speech: Remarks at Quarterly Meeting, by Alan Hewitt; typescript, September 19, 1947



Dues



FOLDER : 9.

Article: Can Performing Arts Survive the Unions?, by Julia Vitullo-Martin; in Saturday Review, October 1980, photocopy



FOLDER : 10.

Clippings; 1974, 1980-1981



FOLDER : 11.

Correspondence; 1963-1964, 1967, 1970-1972, 1977-1978, 1980-1981, undated



FOLDER : 12.

Count of Members by earnings groups; 1979



FOLDER : 13.

Draft of newsletter article concerning dues, by Alan Hewitt; holograph/typescript, undated



FOLDER : 14.

Dues scale statistics worksheets; 1950, 1963, 1967-1968, 1971-1972, 1980-1981, undated



FOLDER : 15.

Hewitt's statement in favor of Alternate Plan B; 1981



FOLDER : 16.

Minutes of Meetings of the House Affairs Committee; 1972, 1978, 1980-1981



FOLDER : 17.

Minutes of special Equity Council Meeting; December 15, 1980



FOLDER : 18.

Misc.



FOLDER : 19.

Newsletter: Equity News; October 1980, February 1981



FOLDER : 20.

Notices to Equity members concerning dues; 1968, 1972-1973, 1980-1981, undated



FOLDER : 21.

Projected and actual income figures; 1977-1978, 1979-1980, 1980-1981



FOLDER : 22.

Speech: Minority Report for Council Meeting, December 15, 1980, by Alan Hewitt; typescript



FOLDER : 23.

Statistical report of active members; 1980



Elections



Articles



FOLDER : 24.

An Experiment in Election Procedure, by Alan Hewitt; draft, published copy in Equity Magazine, March 1941



FOLDER : 25.

Improvisation on Old Themes, by Alan Hewitt; in Equity Magazine, November 1966



FOLDER : 26.

Nominating Committee and Quarterly Meeting, author unidentified; in Equity Magazine, April 1941



FOLDER : 27.

Campaign literature and ballots; 1956, 1974, undated



FOLDER : 28.

Clippings; 1940-1942, 1947, 1950, 1953-1954, 1956, undated



FOLDER : 29.

Correspondence; 1940-1942, 1944-1945, 1947-1948, 1950-1951, 1953-1954, 1957-1958, 1961



FOLDER : 30.

Correspondence; 1971-1974, 1980, 1983, undated, unidentified



FOLDER : 31.

Memorandum on junior membership, written by Paul Dullzell; carbon 1942



FOLDER : 32.

Minutes of meetings of the Equity Council; 1940-1941, 1974



FOLDER : 33.

Report of the Committee on Elections; 1940-1942



FOLDER : 34.

Report: Report to Council Meeting of September 15, 1942, Recommending Revision of Amendment Concerning Eligibility for Senior Membership, With Additional Reference to Results of Recent Employment Survey, by Alan Howitt; [UNK]



FOLDER : 35.

Speech: Untitled, by Alan Hewitt; concerning Regular vs. Independent tickets, drafts, 1947



FOLDER : 36.

Speech: Untitled, by Alan Hewitt; on referendum proposing abolition of junior membership, draft, 1974



FOLDER : 37.

Statement by Alan Hewitt, Myron McCormick and Cornelia Otis Skinner re: proceedings of the nominating committee; drafts, undated



Employment Surveys



Articles



FOLDER : 38.

Actor in Search of a Contract, the Fourth Annual Survey of Employment in the Theatre, by Alan Hewitt; in Equity Magazine, January 1953



FOLDER : 39.

The Alan Hewitt Employment Survey; in Equity Magazine, February-March 1969



FOLDER : 40.

Equity Employment: A Recent Update, by Tom Viola; in Equity News, February 1987



FOLDER : 41.

Five Short Years, by Alan Hewitt; in Equity Magazine, January 1954



FOLDER : 42.

How Bad Can It Get? The Third Annual Survey of Employment in the Theatre, by Alan Hewitt; in Equity Magazine, February 1952



FOLDER : 43.

Like It Is, Man! Professional Theatre Employment 1961-1968, by Alan Hewitt; in Performing Arts Review, Vol. I, No. 4, 1970



FOLDER : 44.

Nostra Maxima Culpa, Anno Domini MCMLXXIX, by Alan Hewitt; in Equity News, October 1979



FOLDER : 45.

On Stage Coast To Coast: A Survey Spanning Two Decades of Equity Employment, by Alan Hewitt; draft, typescript, carbon, 1985



FOLDER : 46.

On Stage Coast To Coast: A Survey Spanning Two Decades of Equity Employment, by Alan Hewitt; in Equity News, March 1985



FOLDER : 47.

Read 'Em And Weep, by Alan Hewitt; in Equity Magazine, January 1951



FOLDER : 48.

Summer Stock, and a Backward Glance at '49, by Alan Hewitt; in Equity Magazine, April 1950



FOLDER : 49.

Why Be An Actor? A Survey of Employment in the Theatre, by Alan Hewitt; in Equity Magazine, September 1949



FOLDER : 50.

Broadway show statistics 1966-1976; clippings, 1967-1976



FOLDER : 51.

Chicago Equity Office weekly employment report; 1971-1972, 1975-1976, 1977-1978, 1978-1979, undated



FOLDER : 52.

Clippings; 1949-1950, 1952-1954, 1984, 1986, undated



FOLDER : 53.

Correspondence; 1948-1954, 1968-1969



FOLDER : 54.

Correspondence; 1970-1971, 1974-1975, 1977-1980, 1982-1986, undated



FOLDER : 55.

Count of members by earnings groups; 1978-1984



FOLDER : 56.

Explanation of how to record employment data for stock and production contracts, by Alan Hewitt; carbon, 1953



FOLDER : 57.

Equity weekly U.S. employment survey; 1966-1973



FOLDER : 58.

Equity weekly U.S. employment survey; 1973-1979



BOX 3.

FOLDER : 1.

Graphs showing employment patterns 1962-1967; 1967



FOLDER : 2.

Graphs showing percentage of total membership employed; 1948-1953, 1961-1985



FOLDER : 3.

L.O.R.T. statistics; 1967-1978, 1977-1978



FOLDER : 4.

Los Angeles Equity office employment breakdown reports (by locale); 1971-1973, 1977-1978, 1978-1979



FOLDER : 5.

Los Angeles Equity office employment breakdown reports (by type of contract); 1977-1978, 1978-1979



FOLDER : 6.

Los Angeles Equity office weekly employment reports; 1977-1978



FOLDER : 7.

Memoranda on employment; 1971-1974



FOLDER : 8.

Midwest Area and Milwaukee Repertory weekly employment reports; 1977-1978



FOLDER : 9.

Misc.



FOLDER : 10.

Misc. employment survey sheets; 1976-1977, 1977-1978, undated



FOLDER : 11.

Newsletter: Stand By!, published by American Federation of Radio Artists, New York, May 1952



FOLDER : 12.

New York Equity office weekly employment reports; 1977-1978, undated



FOLDER : 13.

1985-1986 Seasonal Work Week statistics and 25 year summary, with commentary by Alan Hewitt; 1986



Questionnaire



FOLDER : 14.

Correspondence; 1968-1969



FOLDER : 15.

Report: Tentative comparison of Actors' Earnings in SAG, AFTRA, Equity, by Alan Hewitt; photocopy, 1966



FOLDER : 16.

Sample questionnaire; 1967



FOLDER : 17.

Tally sheets; 1968-1969



FOLDER : 18.

Record of road productions and length of runs; 1978-1979, undated



Reports



FOLDER : 19.

Analysis of Earnings in Screen Actors' Guild 1965 and 1966, and Analysis of Earnings in Screen Actors' Guild, Four Years 1965-1968, by Alan Hewitt; 1967, 1969



FOLDER : 20.

Attention Must Be Paid, by Alan Hewitt; draft, final copy, 1982



FOLDER : 21.

Better Late Than Never: Professional Theatre Employment 1977-1978 Season, by Alan Hewitt; photocopy, 1982



FOLDER : 22.

Brief Chronicles of Our Time: Professional Theatre Employment 1975-1976 Season, by Alan Hewitt; photocopy, 1976



FOLDER : 23.

Count Your Blessings: Professional Theatre Employment 1976-1977 Season, by Alan Hewitt; photocopy, 1978



FOLDER : 24.

Earnings Comparisons - Work Under Equity Contracts, by Alan Hewitt; photocopy, 1984



FOLDER : 25.

Earnings of Los Angeles AFTRA Members, by Alan Hewitt; photocopy, 1966



FOLDER : 26.

Equity Employment 1st-4th Quarters 1974-1975, 1975-1976, 1976-1977, 1977-1978, by Alan Hewitt; photocopies, 1976-1978



FOLDER : 27.

Good and Bad: Professional Theatre Employment 1974-1975 Season, by Alan Hewitt; photocopy, 1975



FOLDER : 28.

I Never Realized That: Professional Theatre Employment 1969-1970 Season, by Alan Hewitt; photocopy, 1970



FOLDER : 29.

Like It Is, Man! Professional Theatre Employment 1961-1968, by Alan Hewitt; photocopy, 1968



FOLDER : 30.

Professional Theatre Employment 1968-1969 Season, by Alan Hewitt; photocopy, 1970



FOLDER : 31.

Report on Welfare and Pension Benefits for the Members of Actors' Equity, by Martin E. Segal & Co., Inc., Consultants; 1959



FOLDER : 32.

Sixteen Years Revived: A Study for Screen Actors' Guild, by Alan Hewitt; photocopy, 1976



FOLDER : 33.

Tentative Comparison of Actors' Earnings in SAG, AFTRA, Equity, by Alan Hewitt; photocopy, 1966



FOLDER : 34.

Three In One: Professional Theatre Employment 1970-1971 Season, 1971-1972 Season, 1972-1973 Season, by Alan Hewitt; carbon, photocopy, 1974



FOLDER : 35.

The Way It Was: Professional Theatre Employment 1973-1974 Season, by Alan Hewitt; photocopy, 1975



FOLDER : 36.

Statistics on alien actors; 1973, 1977-1978



FOLDER : 37.

Statistics on Equity membership figures; 1961-1969, 1973, 1977-1978



FOLDER : 38.

Tables showing Equity employment statistics; 1968-1978



FOLDER : 39.

Tables showing numbers employed in the theatre and in which kind of theatre; 1961-1985



FOLDER : 40.

Weekly employment records, Broadway productions, and record of shows and length of Broadway runs; 1976-1980



FOLDER : 41.

Weekly employment record for industrial theatre; 1977-1978



FOLDER : 42.

Weekly employment records, Letters of Agreement contracts; 1977-1978



FOLDER : 43.

Weekly employment records, Mini-Off Broadway; undated



FOLDER : 44.

Weekly employment records, musical productions; 1977-1978



FOLDER : 45.

Weekly employment records, Off-Broadway shows; 1977-1979, undated, with statistics for 1959-1978 on separate sheet



Finances



FOLDER : 46.

Article: Grody Walks the Plank in Equity Crisis, by Richard Hummler; in Variety, August 20, 1980



FOLDER : 47.

Estimated and unaudited actual income budget sheets; photocopies, 1976-1977, 1977-1978



FOLDER : 48.

Notes on contract with Columbia University in reference to purchase of Equity building; undated



FOLDER : 49.

Proposed budget for Los Angeles Equity office; 1977



FOLDER : 50.

Report: Actors' Equity Association Report, by Kipnis and Karchner, Certified Public Accountants, New York, 1977-1980



History



Articles



FOLDER : 51.

Collective Bargaining for Actor's Wages, by George S. Kaufman; in The New York Times Magazine, July 13, 1919, photocopies



FOLDER : 52.

Nostra Maxima Culpa, Anno Domini MCMLXXIX, by Alan Hewitt; in Equity News, October 1979



FOLDER : 53.

One Man's Thoughts on One Big Union, by Alan Hewitt; in Screen Actor, March-April 1967, photocopy



FOLDER : 54.

One Union, One Card, by Alan Hewitt; in Equity Magazine, November 1966, with 1983 revisions, photocopy



FOLDER : 55.

Correspondence; 1952-1954



FOLDER : 56.

Index: Inventory of Archival Materials, Actors' Equity Association; typescript, March 1981



FOLDER : 57.

Misc.



FOLDER : 58.

Newsletter: Subtext: An Occasional Newsletter for Performers; undated



Notes



FOLDER : 59.

Alan Hewitt - E. John Kennedy chronologies of Equity involvement; holograph/typescript, 1934-1954, 1940-1954



FOLDER : 60.

Contract changes (from Council minutes); holograph, 1933-1945



FOLDER : 61.

Council minutes; holograph/typescript, 1933-1955



FOLDER : 62.

Equity Magazine; holograph, typescript, 1926, 1933-1954



FOLDER : 63.

Master indexes for Equity Magazine and Council minutes; holograph, undated



FOLDER : 64.

Membership meetings minutes; holograph/typescript, 1933-1954



FOLDER : 65.

New York Times items re: Equity; holograph, 1933-1953



FOLDER : 66.

Paper: Actors' Equity Association and the Radio Connection, by Jeanna Belkin; typescript, 1984



FOLDER : 67.

Typed notes from Equity Magazine, Council and membership meetings minutes, A-W, with index; 1953-1954, 1984



BOX 4.

Actors' Equity Association (cont.) - Actors and Others



Actors' Equity Association (cont.)



Rules



FOLDER : 1.

Clippings; 1967, 1970, 1979, 1985-1986



FOLDER : 2.

Equity rules governing employment; photocopies, 1959, undated



FOLDER : 3.

Memo: Random Thoughts on Actors' Equity Association, by Larry Gates; photocopy, undated



Summer Stock Committee



FOLDER : 4.

Article: The New Look for Summer Stock, author unidentified; source probably Equity Magazine, undated



FOLDER : 5.

Clippings; 1948, 1952-1953, undated



FOLDER : 6.

Correspondence; 1948-1953, 1958



FOLDER : 7.

Minutes of meetings of Summer Stock Committee; March 9, 1948, March 14, 1950



FOLDER : 8.

Notes on various aspects of summer stock productions; undated



Unemployment Insurance



FOLDER : 9.

Bill: An Act to Amend the Administrative Code of the City of New York, in Relation to the Leasing and Maintenance of the City Center of Music and Drama, Inc.; New York, No. 2407, Int. 2261, In Senate, February 17, 1953



FOLDER : 10.

Bill: An Act to Amend the Labor Law, in Relation to Employer Experience Rating and Entitlement to Unemployment Benefits; New York Nos. 2555, 3648, Int. 2436, In Assembly, February 19, 1951



FOLDER : 11.

Brochure: Plot to Kill Unemployment Insurance - The Six Hundred Million Dollar Steal, AFL-CIO Joint Committee; ca. 1951



FOLDER : 12.

Clippings; 1957, ca. 1982, 1986, undated



FOLDER : 13.

Correspondence; 1947, 1951-1954, 1956-1958, 1980, 1983



FOLDER : 14.

Employment figures of Equity members relevant to unemployment insurance benefits; 1950-1952



FOLDER : 15.

Pension and Welfare - Medicare Regulations; undated



Actors' Fund of America



FOLDER : 16.

Correspondence; 1964, 1968, 1975-1976, 1979-1986



FOLDER : 17.

Excerpts from the Act of Incorporation and By-Laws in relation to the Executive Committee; 1980



FOLDER : 18.

Hewitt's resignation from the Board of Trustees of the Actors' Fund of America; typescript, May 20, 1986



FOLDER : 19.

Information sheets describing the work of the Actors' Fund and the Actors' Fund Home; photocopies, undated



Memos



FOLDER : 20.

The Nursing Home. Now or Never?, by Alan Hewitt; typescript, March 10, 1986



FOLDER : 21.

Pension Checks. Now Ya See 'Em, Now Ya Don't, by Alan Hewitt; carbon, January 28, 1986



FOLDER : 22.

Retrospective on Actors' Fund Bread Basket Campaigns, by Alan Hewitt; typescript, April 29, 1983



FOLDER : 23.

What, Actually, Does the Actors' Fund Do?, by Alan Hewitt; typescript, May 25, 1983



FOLDER : 24.

What Price Will the Fund Pay for “Cost Effective” Dues?, by Alan Hewitt; photocopy, May 6, 1986



FOLDER : 25.

Minutes of meetings of the Board of Trustees of the Actors' Fund; March 13, 1979, January 8, March 12, May 21, December 10, 1985, March 11, 1986



FOLDER : 26.

Misc.



FOLDER : 27.

Officers and Trustees of the Actors' Fund of America; 1979



FOLDER : 28.

Report: “The Night of 100 Stars” - On Television, by Alan Hewitt; typescript, March 24, 1982



Actors and Others



FOLDER : 29.

Alexander, John; Memo: The Miracle of the Resilient Human Spirit, by Alan Hewitt; typescript, January 9, 1982



Barrymore, John



FOLDER : 30.

Article: Hamlet of the Century, author and source unidentified; photocopy, undated



FOLDER : 31.

Clippings; 1982



FOLDER : 32.

Memo: Notes on John Barrymore and His “Hamlet,” by Alan Hewitt; typescript, October 13, 1982



FOLDER : 33.

Notes on “Hamlet;” holograph, 1982, undated



FOLDER : 34.

Borowsky, Maxine; talks given at memorial service, photocopy, March 13, 1984



FOLDER : 35.

Clippings; 1970, 1973-1974, 1978-1986, undated



FOLDER : 36.

Fonda, Henry; news release from the David Library of the American Revolution, August 23, 1982



FOLDER : 37.

Gray, Gilda; memo: Who Will Have Heard of Gilda Gray?, by Alan Hewitt; typescript, May 3, 1981



FOLDER : 38.

Green, Martyn; autographed pictures (postcards) of Green in various roles, undated



Hayes, Helen



FOLDER : 39.

Book: ANTA National Artists Award Souvenir Program Book, published by ANTA-WEST; 1976



FOLDER : 40.

Chronology: She Never Stops Working, by Alan Hewitt; page proofs and photocopy of printer's dummy; 1976



FOLDER : 41.

Chronology: She Never Stops Working, by Alan Hewitt; typescript, photocopies; 1976



FOLDER : 42.

Clippings; 1976, 1984-1985



FOLDER : 43.

Correspondence; 1976-1977



Memos



FOLDER : 44.

“Helen Hayes” Holdings in the Theater Collection at Lincoln Center, by Alan Hewitt; typescript, August 8, 1976



FOLDER : 45.

Helen Hayes: Progress Report, by Alan Hewitt; typescript, photocopy, April 15, 1976



FOLDER : 46.

Notes on ANTA-WEST “Helen Hayes” Program Book, by Alan Hewitt; photocopies, July 10, 1976



FOLDER : 47.

Some Notes From “Helen Hayes” Research, by Alan Hewitt; typescript, carbon, August 7, 1976



FOLDER : 48.

Stock Companies in Washington, D.C. 1908-1917, by Alan Hewitt; typescript, photocopy, 1976



FOLDER : 49.

Newsletter: American National Theatre and Academy WEST; August-September 1976



FOLDER : 50.

Photocopies of source material Hewitt used for the Hayes chronology; undated



FOLDER : 51.

Photographs; ca. 1909 or 1913



Kirkland, Muriel



FOLDER : 52.

Clippings; 1971



FOLDER : 53.

Eulogies, by Alan Hewitt; carbons, 1971



FOLDER : 54.

Luckinbill, Lawrence; clippings, 1970, undated



FOLDER : 55.

Misc. correspondence; 1967, 1970-1971, 1973-1974, 1976, 1979-1984, 1986, undated



FOLDER : 56.

Mosheim, Grete; notes on career, holograph, undated



Olivier, Laurence



FOLDER : 57.

Article: Talking with Olivier, by Curtis Bill Pepper; in New York Times Magazine, March 25, 1979



FOLDER : 58.

Clippings; 1978-1983



FOLDER : 59.

Southern, Hugh; memo: The (British) Man Who Came To Dinner, by Alan Hewitt; typescript, May 7, 1982



FOLDER : 60.

Wayne, David; memo: Some Preliminary Notes About David Wayne, by Alan Hewitt; photocopy, June 16, 1983



Tapes



FOLDER : 61.

Ashe, Helga: Interview on experiences in tent shows; April 16, 1983



FOLDER : 62.

Bostain, James C.: Lecture; Tape I, undated



FOLDER : 63.

Bostain, James C.: Lecture; Tape II, undated



Carnovsky, Morris, and Phoebe Brand



FOLDER : 64.

Conversation at their home in Easton, Conn.; Tape I, July 30, 1982



FOLDER : 65.

Conversation at their home...; Tape II, July 30, 1982



FOLDER : 66.

Conversation at their home...; Tape III, July 30, 1982



FOLDER : 67.

Dietz, Howard: Memorial to Howard Dietz, broadcast on WBAI; September 25, 1983



BOX 5.

Actors and Others (cont.) - American College Theatre Festival



Actors and Others (cont.)



Tapes (cont.)



Kennedy, E. John (Jack)



FOLDER : [UNK]

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FOLDER : 2.

Interview; December 2, 1984, Tape II



FOLDER : 3.

Reminiscences; December 2, 1984, Tape III



FOLDER : 4.

Interview; December 7, 1984, Tape IV



FOLDER : 5.

Interviews; December 7, 10, 1984, Tape V



FOLDER : 6.

Interview; December 10, 1984, Tape VI



FOLDER : 7.

Interview; December 10, 1984, Tape VII



Marshall, Armina



FOLDER : 8.

Interview; September 7, 1983, Tape I



FOLDER : 9.

Interview; September 26, October 14, 1983, Tape II



FOLDER : 10.

Interview; January 25, 1984, Tape III



Stone, Ezra



FOLDER : 11.

Ezra Stone - Alan Hewitt interview about Communism and blacklisting in the 1930's and 1940's, August 19, 1984, Tape I



FOLDER : 12.

Interview about teaching acting at colleges and Army theatres; August 19, 1984, Tape II



Tuttle, Day



FOLDER : 13.

Conversation with Day Tuttle; August 24, 1983, Tape I



FOLDER : 14.

Conversation with Day Tuttle; August 24, 1983, Tape II



American College Theatre Festival



FOLDER : 15.

Correspondence; 1969-1972, undated



FOLDER : 16.

Misc.



FOLDER : 17.

Pamphlet: American College Theatre Festival, Ford's Theatre and Mall Theatre, Washington, D.C., April 28-May 12, 1969



FOLDER : 18.

Pamphlet: The First American College Theatre Festival, American Airlines, Friends of the Kennedy Center and the Smithsonian Institution; 1969



Paper: Repertory To Residuals, by Alan Hewitt



FOLDER : 19.

Contract with Samuel French, Inc.; 1969



FOLDER : 20.

Draft, and typescript; 1969



FOLDER : 21.

Galley proofs; original and photocopy of one section, undated



FOLDER : 22.

Notes



FOLDER : 23.

Revised version for inclusion in The American Theatre: A Sum Of Its Parts, Samuel French, Inc., 1972



FOLDER : 24.

Press Release: Festival Seminar on American Theatre Will Be Open to the Public, published by American College Theatre Festival; April 14, 1969



FOLDER : 25.

Program: The American Theatre - A Cultural Process, Museum of History and Technology, Smithsonian Institution; May 2-5, 1969



FOLDER : 26.

Symposium schedule; May 2-5, 1969



BOX 6.

Awards - Career



Awards



Academy Awards



FOLDER : 1.

Correspondence; 1972-1974, 1976, 1979, 1981-1986



FOLDER : 2.

List of choices for 1983 Academy Awards ballots; typescript, 1983



Memos



FOLDER : 3.

Academy Nomination Time, by Alan Hewitt; photocopy, 1979



FOLDER : 4.

Ask Mr. Hewitt Film Service, by Alan Hewitt; typescript, 1985



FOLDER : 5.

“Diner,” Is There Anything Finer?, by Alan Hewitt; photocopy, 1982



FOLDER : 6.

From the 1982 Film Crop, by Alan Hewitt; typescript, 1982



FOLDER : 7.

How My Vote Influenced the Academy Awards, March 29, 1982, by Alan Hewitt; typescript



FOLDER : 8.

It's Oscar's Time Again, by Alan Hewitt; typescript, 1981



FOLDER : 9.

“Job's Revolt” and Other Nominees for Best Foreign Film, by Alan Hewitt; photocopy, 1982



FOLDER : 10.

Louise Brooks Describes Bogart as “Failed Broadway Actor,” by Alan Hewitt; photocopy, 1982



FOLDER : 11.

My Academy Nominations, by Alan Hewitt; typescript, 1985



FOLDER : 12.

The Oscar Season Begins, by Alan Hewitt; typescript, 1966



FOLDER : 13.

See Ya at the Movies - the 1983 Crop, by Alan Hewitt; typescript, 1984



FOLDER : 14.

Some Thoughts About Meryl Streep and What Appears on the Screen, by Alan Hewitt; carbon, 1983



FOLDER : 15.

Untitled, by Alan Hewitt; photocopy, 1983



Drama League of New York



FOLDER : 16.

Correspondence; 1971-1972, 1978, 1980-1985



FOLDER : 17.

Programs of the Annual Luncheons; 1978-1980, 1982-1985



Pulitzer and Critics Circle prizes



FOLDER : 18.

Notes; undated



Book “Corrections”



FOLDER : 19.

Article: The New Rialto, Manhattan's West 42nd Street, by Margaret Knapp; in CUNY Graduate School Magazine, Fall 1981



Correspondence



FOLDER : 20.

1965, 1968-1974



FOLDER : 21.

1975, 1977-1979



FOLDER : 22.

1980-1986, undated, unidentified



Critiques, by Alan Hewitt



FOLDER : 23.

A Critique of Mary C. Henderson's “The City and the Theatre;” photocopy, with supplement and pages from the original draft, 1977



FOLDER : 24.

42nd Street Visited and Revisited; photocopy, 1982



FOLDER : 25.

Nag, Nag, Nag! - Some Notes on “Dear Intruder;” carbon, 1977



FOLDER : 26.

No Pickle, No Performance, by Harold J. Kennedy, Notes on the Manuscript; typescript, 1977



FOLDER : 27.

Notes on “Actor: The Life and Times of Paul Muni,” by Jerome Lawrence; carbon, 1975



FOLDER : 28.

Notes on Allen Churchill article, “Recalling the Heyday of the Great White Way” - New York Times, Sunday, January 24, 1982; photocopy, 1982



FOLDER : 29.

Notes on “At Random” by Bennett Cerf; photocopy, 1978



FOLDER : 30.

Notes on “At This Theatre,” by Louis Botto; typescript, photocopy, 1985



FOLDER : 31.

Notes on “Broadway's Greatest Musicals;” carbon, 1972



FOLDER : 32.

Notes on Brooks Atkinson's “Broadway,” and Further Notes on Brook Atkinson's “Broadway;” carbon, typescript, 1971, 1972



FOLDER : 33.

Notes on “David Ewen Introduces Modern Music;” carbon, 1973



FOLDER : 34.

Notes on “Directory of the American Theatre 1894-1971,” by Otis Guernsey, Jr.; carbon, 1973



FOLDER : 35.

Notes on “The Eighth Dwarf,” by Ross Thomas; typescript, 1978



FOLDER : 36.

Notes on “Ernest Hemingway: A Life Story,” by Carlos Baker; carbon, 1969



FOLDER : 37.

Notes on “Ferber,” by Julie Goldsmith Gilbert; typescript, 1981



FOLDER : 38.

Notes on Frank J. Prial article, “Can 42nd Street Regain Its Showbiz Glamour? - New York Times, Sunday, April 18, 1982; photocopy, 1982



FOLDER : 39.

Notes on “From the Last Row,” by Jean Dalrymple; typescript, 1979



FOLDER : 40.

Notes on “Front and Center,” by John Houseman; typescript, 1981



FOLDER : 41.

Notes on “George S. Kaufman,” by Howard Teichman; carbon, 1972



FOLDER : 42.

Notes on “George S. Kaufman and His Friends,” by Scott Meredith; typescript, 1977



FOLDER : 43.

Notes on “George S. Kaufman, His Life, His Theatre,” by Malcolm Goldstein; typescript, 1982



FOLDER : 44.

Notes on “Good Company” by Irving Drutman; carbon, 1976



FOLDER : 45.

Notes on “Good Evening, Everybody,” by Lowell Thomas; carbon, 1977



FOLDER : 46.

Notes on “A Hymnal: The Controversial Arts,” by William F. Buckley, Jr.; typescript, 1979



FOLDER : 47.

Notes on “In Search of History,” by Theodore H. White; photocopy, 1979



FOLDER : 48.

Notes on John Beaufort Manuscript, “505 Theatre Questions,” with photocopy of Foreword; carbon, 1982



FOLDER : 49.

Notes on Joshua Logan's Memoirs; carbon, 1975



FOLDER : 50.

Notes on: “Leading Lady: The World and Theatre of Katharine Cornell,” by Tad Mosel; photocopy 1979



FOLDER : 51.

Notes on “The Lives of the Great Composers,” by Harold C. Schonberg; carbon, 1971



FOLDER : 52.

Notes on Lunt-Fontanne Issue of “Landmark,” Autumn 1981; photocopy, 1982



FOLDER : 53.

Notes on “Milton Berle: An Autobiography,” by Haskel Frankel; carbon, 1975



FOLDER : 54.

Notes on “Montgomery Clift,” by Patricia Bosworth; photocopy, 1979



FOLDER : 55.

Notes on “Movie Stars, Real People, and Me,” by Joshua Logan; photocopies, 1979



FOLDER : 56.

Notes on “Moving Pictures,” by Budd Schulberg; typescript, 1981



FOLDER : 57.

Notes on “N.Y.C. Theatre Guide,” by Chuck Lawliss; carbon, 1983



FOLDER : 58.

Notes on “On Broadway, Performance Photographs,” by Fred Fehl; typescript, 1978



FOLDER : 59.

Notes on “One Naked Individual,” by Cheryl Crawford; photocopy, 1979



FOLDER : 60.

Notes on “The Only Way To Cross” - 1st Edition; carbon, 1975



FOLDER : 61.

Notes on “Patience and Fortitude: Fiorello LaGuardia;” carbon, 1977



FOLDER : 62.

Notes on “A Pictorial History of the Theatre Guild,” by Norman Nadel; typescript, 1973



FOLDER : 63.

Notes on “The Race For Rome” - 1st Edition, by Dan Kurzman; carbon, 1975



FOLDER : 64.

Notes on S. N. Behrman's “People in a Diary;” carbon, 1972



FOLDER : 65.

Notes on “Times Square: A Pictorial History,” by Jill Stone; carbon, 1982



FOLDER : 66.

Notes on “Tutunkhamen: An Untold Story,” by Thomas Hoving; typescript, 1979



FOLDER : 67.

Notes on “Vintage Years of the Theatre Guild, 1928-1939,” by Roy S. Walolau; typescript, 1975



FOLDER : 68.

Notes on Virgil Thomson's “American Music Since 1910;” carbon, 1972



FOLDER : 69.

Notes on “Well, There's No Harm In Laughing,” by Frank Sullivan; carbon, 1973



FOLDER : 70.

Notes on “Who's Who In The Theatre,” 16th Edition; photocopy, 1977



FOLDER : 71.

Notes on “The Wicked Stage,” by Abe Laufe; carbon, 1978



FOLDER : 72.

Notes on “Worlds Apart,” by Ilka Chase; carbon, 1972



FOLDER : 73.

Notes on “The Yugoslavs in America,” by Edward Ifkovic; typescript, 1979



FOLDER : 74.

Some Comments on Laurence Olivier's “Confessions of An Actor;” photocopy, 1983



Memos



FOLDER : 75.

Brief Memorandum on the Old “Theatre Arts Magazine;” carbon, 1982



FOLDER : 76.

Digressions After Reading “Haywire,” by Brooke Hayward; typescript, 1979



FOLDER : 77.

Notes on “Smash,” A Novel By Garson K - Kinsey or Kanin?; photocopy, 1982



FOLDER : 78.

Misc.



FOLDER : 79.

Pamphlet: The City and the Theatre: Errata and Addenda, by Mary C. Henderson; 1982



Career



Albums



FOLDER : 80.

Album I: May 1923-July 1935; programs of stage shows and opening night telegrams



FOLDER : 81.

Album II: 1931-January 1943; photographs and clippings, stage plays and radio



FOLDER : 82.

Album III: September 1935-December 1937; programs of stage shows and opening night telegrams



BOX 7.

Career (cont.)



Albums (cont.)



FOLDER : 1.

Album IV: May 1938-January 1940; programs of stage plays, telegrams, ephemera



FOLDER : 2.

Album V: January 1940-July 1942, June 1946; programs of stage plays, telegrams



FOLDER : 3.

Album VI: August 1947-June 1959, April 1972, December 1983, programs of stage plays



FOLDER : 4.

Album VII: 1962-1966; credits sheets, photographs, clippings from stage, radio, TV, film productions



FOLDER : 5.

Brochure: A Memorandum from Alan Hewitt; lists of credits, with business cards, ca. 1946



Commercials



FOLDER : 6.

Correspondence; 1968, 1970-1971, 1973, 1976-1979



FOLDER : 7.

Radio commercial contracts; 1984



Tapes



FOLDER : 8.

Alan Hewitt; photograph on box, probably a master or “demo,” undated



FOLDER : 9.

Alan Hewitt Demo Tape; contains 7 different “spots” as actually broadcast, undated



FOLDER : 10.

Alan Hewitt; 1. Private Stock, undated



FOLDER : 11.

Alan Hewitt Voice Tracks; contains 7 different “spots” as actually broadcast, undated



FOLDER : 12.

American Gas Association; contains 5 “spots;” 1982



FOLDER : 13.

Binaca; marked, was not used!, 1969



FOLDER : 14.

Cassette, containing 9 commercial “spots” on Side A, narration for “Hollywierd” on Side B; undated



FOLDER : 15.

Evian; 2 “spots,” 1983



FOLDER : 16.

Frito-Lay “Spots;” 1983



FOLDER : 17.

Frito-Lay; 1984



FOLDER : 18.

Granada; “Uncle John's Will; undated



BOX 8.

FOLDER : 1.

Hamady commercials; undated



FOLDER : 2.

Post Toasties; undated



FOLDER : 3.

Ralph Brown Peugeot; 1983



FOLDER : 4.

RCA Whirlpool; undated



FOLDER : 5.

Silva Thins; contains 10 different “spots;” 1968



FOLDER : 6.

Tijuana Smalls. Radio Series Production; marked, individual spot; 1982



FOLDER : 7.

Tri-Honda Radio; 1. JP with FX, undated



FOLDER : 8.

Television commercial contracts; 1967, 1974, 1977, 1981, 1983-1985, undated



Films



FOLDER : 9.

Article: Let's Do Something About Screen Credits, by Alan Hewitt; carbon, published copy in Screen Actor, March-April 1963



FOLDER : 10.

Clippings; 1959, 1961-1963, 1969, 1980, 1982-1985, undated



FOLDER : 11.

Correspondence; 1937, 1939-1942, 1959, 1962-1963, 1966-1968, 1971, 1973-1975, 1977-1978



FOLDER : 12.

Magazine: Hollywood Quarterly, October 1945



FOLDER : 13.

Memo: Risking My Eyesight for Oscar, by Alan Hewitt; photocopy, April 7, 1980



FOLDER : 14.

Memo: Some Thoughts About Meryl Streep and What Appears on the Screen, by Alan Hewitt; typescript, March 25, 1983



FOLDER : 15.

Theatrical motion picture agency contract; 1975



FOLDER : 16.

Misc.



Narrations



Tapes



FOLDER : 17.

American Indian program narration, to be used with a slide - film; 1969



FOLDER : 18.

Chaim Soutine narration, for a film about the painter; 1970



FOLDER : 19.

“News R Us” newsreel; undated



FOLDER : 20.

Soviet Army Chorus narration, for a film; 1971



Photographs



Alan Hewitt



FOLDER : 21.

Actors' Fund of America; reception at Actors' Fund Home, Englewood, New Jersey, 1971



Broadway Shows



FOLDER : 22.

Call Me Madam; with Ethel Merman and Paul Lukas, 1950



FOLDER : 23.

Death of a Salesman; with Lee J. Cobb, 1949



FOLDER : 24.

Inherit the Wind; with Paul Muni, 1956



FOLDER : 25.

Ondine; 1954



Portfolio portraits



FOLDER : 26.

Negatives; undated



FOLDER : 27.

1936, ca. 1940-1942



FOLDER : 28.

1946, 1950



FOLDER : 29.

1953, 1957, 1962, 1970



FOLDER : 30.

Ca. 1985



FOLDER : 31.

Poses taken by the daughter of a friend; with negative, 1969



Radio



FOLDER : 32.

The Greatest Story Ever Told; with John Seymour, undated



FOLDER : 33.

Unidentified productions; with other performers, undated



Stage plays



FOLDER : 34.

Outrage!; Kennedy Center, 1983



FOLDER : 35.

Unidentified productions; undated



Summer Stock



FOLDER : 36.

At Mrs. Beam's; with Frances Farmer and Mildred Natwick, at Westport-Mt. Kisco, 1937



FOLDER : 37.

The Virginian, Act II; with Henry Fonda, others, at Westport-Mt. Kisco, August 1937



Television movie



FOLDER : 38.

The D.A. - Murder One; on NBC, 1969



Television Program



FOLDER : 39.

My Favorite Martian; with Pamela Britton, 1964-1966



Unidentified



FOLDER : 40.

Character roles; undated



FOLDER : 41.

Productions; undated



Walt Disney movie



FOLDER : 42.

A Private's Affair; 1959



FOLDER : 43.

With Ilka Chase at a party given by Brendan Gill; undated



BOX 9.

Radio



FOLDER : 1.

Clippings; 1941-1943, 1949, 1953, 1986, undated



FOLDER : 2.

Correspondence; 1941, 1943, 1952-1953, 1966, 1968, 1971-1972, 1974-1975, undated



Memos



FOLDER : 3.

Almost Like the Golden Years of Radio, by Alan Hewitt; photocopy, May 24, 1985



FOLDER : 4.

Radio Program Idea and Outline, by Alan Hewitt; carbon, undated



FOLDER : 5.

The Relationship Between AFTRA and the American Foundation for the Blind, by Alan Hewitt; photocopy, 1980



FOLDER : 6.

Press Release: Alan Hewitt, Theatre Guild Actor, Is Now Leading Man on “My Son and I;” CBS, New York, 1940



Scripts



FOLDER : 7.

1984, by George Orwell, adapted by S. Mark Smith; The Theatre Guild on the Air, sponsored by U.S. Steel Corp., April 1953



FOLDER : 8.

On Mike, by Alan Hewitt; first draft, typescript, carbon, 1953



FOLDER : 9.

Sorry, Wrong Number, by Lucille Fletcher; Suspense, sponsored by Roma Wines, September 6, 1945



FOLDER : 10.

Trial By Forgery, by Bernard C. Schoenfeld, based on articles by Hanna and Laszlo Sulner; The Theatre Guild on the Air, sponsored by U.S. Steel Corp., 1953



Stage



FOLDER : 11.

Article: Hark, Hark, The Lark, by Alan Hewitt; carbon, undated



FOLDER : 12.

Article: A Play in the Making: The Lunts Rehearse Amphitryon 38, by Morton Eustis; in Theatre Arts Monthly, December 1937



Contracts for:



FOLDER : 13.

The American Way; legitimate theatre, 1938, 1939



FOLDER : 14.

Amphitryon 38; legitimate theatre, 1937



FOLDER : 15.

The Bat; summer stock, 1940



FOLDER : 16.

Biography; summer stock, 1940



FOLDER : 17.

Call Me Madam; legitimate theatre, 1950, 1951, 1952



FOLDER : 18.

The Country Wife; try-out contract, 1935



FOLDER : 19.

Days of Grace; legitimate theatre, 1936



FOLDER : 20.

Death of a Salesman; legitimate theatre and special employment representative contract, 1948



FOLDER : 21.

The Gentleman From Athens; legitimate theatre, 1947



FOLDER : 22.

Here Today; legitimate theatre and summer stock, 1940



FOLDER : 23.

Idiot's Delight; legitimate theatre, 1936



FOLDER : 24.

Inherit the Wind; legitimate theatre and summer stock, 1956, 1957



FOLDER : 25.

Jane; summer stock, 1953



FOLDER : 26.

Jane Eyre; legitimate theatre, 1937



FOLDER : 27.

Love's Old Sweet Song; legitimate theatre, 1940



FOLDER : 28.

The Masque of Kings; legitimate theatre, 1937



FOLDER : 29.

Misc. stock jobbing engagements; 1936, 1938, 1940-1941, 1947



FOLDER : 30.

The Moon Is Down; legitimate theatre, 1942



FOLDER : 31.

Ode To Liberty; try-out contract, 1935



FOLDER : 32.

Old Acquaintance; summer stock, 1942



FOLDER : 33.

Ondine; legitimate theatre, 1953



FOLDER : 34.

Outrage; legitimate theatre, 1982



FOLDER : 35.

The Road to Rome; summer stock, 1938



FOLDER : 36.

The Sea Gull; legitimate theatre, 1938



FOLDER : 37.

Skylark; summer stock and special employment representative contract, 1947



FOLDER : 38.

Summer stock “as cast” contracts, to appear in a variety of roles as needed; 1938-1940



FOLDER : 39.

The Taming of the Shrew; legitimate theatre, 1939



FOLDER : 40.

The Three Musketeers; summer stock; 1954



FOLDER : 41.

The Walrus and the Carpenter; legitimate theatre, 1941



FOLDER : 42.

The Wingless Victory; legitimate theatre, 1936



FOLDER : 43.

You Never Can Tell; summer stock, 1953



FOLDER : 44.

Correspondence; 1935-1936, 1940, 1943, 1947, 1950, 1953, 1969, 1972, 1976-1977, 1983, undated



FOLDER : 45.

List of weekly salaries for the cast of The Virginian; photocopy, 1937



FOLDER : 46.

Memo: Untitled, by Alan Hewitt; concerning the play Brief Moment, and Equity enforcement of contract terms, carbon, 1947



Plays



The American Way



FOLDER : 47.

Clippings; 1939



FOLDER : 48.

Opening night telegrams; 1939, undated, unidentified



Amphitryon 38



FOLDER : 49.

Clippings; 1937-1938, undated



FOLDER : 50.

Correspondence; 1937, unidentified



FOLDER : 51.

Side; script for the part of the Warrior, carbon, undated



FOLDER : 52.

At Mrs. Beam's; clippings, 1937



FOLDER : 53.

The Bat; clippings, 1940



Berkeley Square



FOLDER : 54.

Clippings; photocopies, 1926, 1929, 1933, 1935, 1951, 1954, undated



FOLDER : 55.

Contract between Alan Hewitt and John L. Balderston for production rights to Berkeley Square; 1982



FOLDER : 56.

Correspondence; 1982-1983, 1986



FOLDER : 57.

Memo book: Diary of Hewitt's attempt to interest theatrical people and investors in a production; 1982



FOLDER : 58.

Script: Berkeley Square, by John L. Balderston; published by The MacMillan Co., New York, 1930, photocopy



FOLDER : 59.

Script: Berkeley Square, by John L. Balderston; published by Samuel French, Inc., New York, 1958



FOLDER : 60.

Biography; opening night telegrams, undated



FOLDER : 61.

Bring on the Girls; clippings, 1934



Call Me Madam



FOLDER : 62.

Clippings; 1950-1952



FOLDER : 63.

Correspondence; 1950, undated



FOLDER : 64.

Opening night telegrams; 1950, unidentified



FOLDER : 65.

Cognac; clippings, 1938



FOLDER : 66.

Copy: A Drama in One Act, by Kendall Banning, adapted by Harold Kellock; Longmans, Green and Co., New York, 1933, player's copy



FOLDER : 67.

The Country Wife; clippings, 1935



FOLDER : 68.

The Coward; Equity try-out contract, with clipping, 1935



Death of a Salesman



FOLDER : 69.

Clippings; 1949-1950, 1984



FOLDER : 70.

Correspondence; 1984



Memos (by Alan Hewitt)



FOLDER : 71.

“Death of a Salesman“Plus Radio Work; typescript, photocopy, August 15, 1984



FOLDER : 72.

Death of Stamina: Oh Zest, Where Is Thy Sting?; typescript, carbon, April 28, 1984



FOLDER : 73.

Dramatists Guild Symposium on “Death of a Salesman;” typescript, carbon, March 21, 1981



FOLDER : 74.

The Original “Death of a Salesman” -- Myths, Icons and a Few Facts; typescript, carbon, March 27, 1984



FOLDER : 75.

Menu from Big Bill's Dinner and Supper Club, Philadelphia; autographed, January 22, 1949



FOLDER : 76.

Opening night telegrams; 1949, unidentified



FOLDER : 77.

Script: Drama Critics Circle Award Program; American Broadcasting Co., mimeographed copy, April 16, 1949



FOLDER : 78.

Side: script for the part of “Howard,” carbon, 1949



FOLDER : 79.

Fanny's First Play; clippings, 1936



FOLDER : 80.

The Fatal Message, by John Kendrick Bangs; Harper and Brothers, Publishers, New York, London, 1896



French Without Tears



FOLDER : 81.

Clippings; 1938



FOLDER : 82.

Correspondence; 1938



General category



FOLDER : 83.

Article: “The Lark,” Theatrical Bird of Passage, by Alan Hewitt; in Theatre Arts Magazine, March 1956



FOLDER : 84.

Clippings; 1919, 1934-1935, 1938-1939, 1942, 1953, 1955-1958, 1962, 1979, 1981-1986, undated



FOLDER : 85.

Correspondence; 1938-1939, 1957, 1978-1980, 1982



Memos (by Alan Hewitt)



FOLDER : 86.

The Berkshire Playhouse at Stockbridge in 1939; photocopy, May 28, 1986



FOLDER : 87.

Brighton Beach Memoirs; typescript, April 2, 1983



FOLDER : 88.

How Did “Green Grow the Lilacs” Lead to “Oklahoma”?, and More Details on “Green Grow the Lilacs;” typescript, 1978



FOLDER : 89.

“King Lear” for the Living Room;” photocopy, May 7, 1983



FOLDER : 90.

Notes After Seeing “Nicholas Nickleby;” typescript, November 28, 1981



FOLDER : 91.

Notes on John Barrymore and His “Hamlet;” photocopy, October 13, 1982



FOLDER : 92.

Rosmersholm; carbon, undated



FOLDER : 93.

“Strange Interlude” and Philip Glass; typescript, photocopy, May 3, 1985



FOLDER : 94.

A Synopsis of Shakespeare's Historical Plays; typescript, undated



FOLDER : 95.

Tell Them Who You Are on Your First Entrance; photocopy, May 21, 1984



FOLDER : 96.

Opening Night telegrams; plays unidentified, 1938-1940, undated, unidentified



BOX 10.

The Gentleman From Athens



FOLDER : 1.

Clippings; 1947, undated



FOLDER : 2.

Correspondence; 1947, undated



FOLDER : 3.

Opening night telegrams; 1947, unidentified



FOLDER : 4.

Side: script for the part of “Morgan Kilpatrick;” typescript, 1947



FOLDER : 5.

Ghost of Yankee Doodle; clippings, 1938



The Golden Journey (Day of Grace)



FOLDER : 6.

Clippings; 1936



FOLDER : 7.

Opening Night telegrams; 1936, undated, unidentified



FOLDER : 8.

Grandpa; clippings, 1938



FOLDER : 9.

The Headhunters, by Henry Denker; photocopy, undated



Here Today



FOLDER : 10.

Clippings; 1939-1940, undated



FOLDER : 11.

Correspondence; 1940, undated, unidentified



FOLDER : 12.

Memo: Quick Reminiscence of “Here Today;” typescript, June 15, 1986



Idiot's Delight



FOLDER : 13.

Clippings; 1936, 1938



FOLDER : 14.

Opening night telegrams; 1936, unidentified



Inherit the Wind



FOLDER : 15.

Clippings; 1956-1957



FOLDER : 16.

Opening night telegrams; 1956, unidentified



FOLDER : 17.

In the Net, by Percival Wilde; Walter H. Baker Co., Boston, 1925



FOLDER : 18.

Jane; clippings, 1953



FOLDER : 19.

The Jest of Hahalaba, by Lord Dunsany; G. P. Putnam's Sons, London and New York, 1928



FOLDER : 20.

Judge Spencer Dissents, by Henry Denker; photocopy, with revised pages, 1985



King Lear



FOLDER : 21.

Clippings; 1981



FOLDER : 22.

List of actors who played King Lear, compiled by Alan Hewitt; typescript, undated



Memos (by Alan Hewitt)



FOLDER : 23.

Doubling Cordelia and the Fool; typescript, undated



FOLDER : 24.

“King Lear” for the Living Room; typescript, May 7, 1983



FOLDER : 25.

Other King Lears, Just For the Record, and Some Lears That Never Were; typescript, undated



FOLDER : 26.

A Selection of “King Lear” Casts, 1923-1979; typescript, carbon, undated



FOLDER : 27.

Notes; undated



FOLDER : 28.

Program: The Library of Congress: William Shakespeare's “King Lear”, A Reading at the Coolidge Auditorium; April 11-12, 1960



FOLDER : 29.

Laughter in Court, by John Kendall; Samuel French Ltd., London, 1910



FOLDER : 30.

Liliom; clippings, 1938



FOLDER : 31.

The Lost Silk Hat, from Five Plays by Lord Dunsany; G. P. Putnam's Sons, London, New York, 1926



FOLDER : 32.

Love For Love; opening night telegrams, undated



Love's Old Sweet Song



FOLDER : 33.

Clippings; 1940, 1972, undated



FOLDER : 34.

Opening night telegrams; 1940, unidentified



FOLDER : 35.

Side: script for the part of “David Windmore;” carbons, 1940



FOLDER : 36.

Typed copies of selected reviews which favorably mention Alan Hewitt; undated



FOLDER : 37.

Mary Tudor; clippings, 1934



The Masque of Kings



FOLDER : 38.

Clippings; 1937



FOLDER : 39.

Opening night telegrams; 1937, undated



FOLDER : 40.

Measure for Measure; clippings, 1958



FOLDER : 41.

The Melon Thief, From A Medieval Japanese Farce, by Shigeyoshi Obata; Samuel French, Inc., New York, 1923



FOLDER : 42.

The Millionairess; clippings, 1940



The Moon Is Down



FOLDER : 43.

Box office statements, May 25-31, 1942, with notes about actors' salaries; 1942



FOLDER : 44.

Clippings; 1942



FOLDER : 45.

Opening night telegrams; 1942, unidentified



FOLDER : 46.

Side: script for the part of “Captain Loft;” typescript, carbon, 1942



FOLDER : 47.

Moonshine, by Arthur Hopkins; Samuel French, Inc., New York and London, 1921



FOLDER : 48.

Nerves; by John Farrar; Samuel French, Inc., New York, London, 1922



FOLDER : 49.

Old Acquaintance; clippings, 1942



FOLDER : 50.

Once In A Lifetime; clippings, 1941



Ondine



FOLDER : 51.

Clippings; 1953-1954



FOLDER : 52.

Correspondence; 1954, undated



FOLDER : 53.

Opening night telegrams; 1954, unidentified



Outrage!



FOLDER : 54.

Biographical sketch of Alan Hewitt; carbon, 1982



FOLDER : 55.

Brochure: Outrage!, Theater Lovers, Kennedy Center, Washington, D.C., 1982



FOLDER : 56.

Clippings; background material, 1982-1984



FOLDER : 57.

Clippings; reviews, 1982-1983, 1986



FOLDER : 58.

Correspondence; 1960-1964, 1982-1986, unidentified



FOLDER : 59.

Excerpts from a statement of case, The People of the State of New York vs. Herbert L. Rogers, from 48 New York Reports, 2nd Series; photocopy, undated



FOLDER : 60.

Magazine: Stagebill, Kennedy Center, December 1982



FOLDER : 61.

Memo: Untitled, by Alan Hewitt; concerning production lay-off during Christmas week, typescript, photocopy, 1982



FOLDER : 62.

Newsletter: Kennedy Center News, published by Friends of the Kennedy Center; Vol. I, No. 7



Script



FOLDER : 63.

First copy, with revisions in place, annotated; mimeograph, 1982



FOLDER : 64.

Revised pages; 1982



FOLDER : 65.

Revised script for proposed David Susskind production; mimeograph, ca. 1984



FOLDER : 66.

Script as performed at Kennedy Center; photocopy, 1982



FOLDER : 67.

Tape: Lines from Outrage!; ca. 1983



FOLDER : 68.

Tape: PBS: “That Delicate Balance,” Criminal Justice System - Recorded Repeat, 11:00 a.m., Sunday, January 16, 1983



FOLDER : 69.

Transcript: The Constitution: That Delicate Balance, “Criminal Justice and a Defendant's Right to a Fair Trial;” a production of Media and Society Seminars, A Program of the Graduate School of Journalism, Columbia University, 1983



BOX 11.

FOLDER : 1.

Petrified Forest; clippings, 1937



FOLDER : 2.

Petticoat Fever; clippings, 1937



FOLDER : 3.

The Queen's Enemies, by Lord Dunsany; G. P. Putnam's Sons, Ltd., London, 1922



FOLDER : 4.

Rain From Heaven; clippings, 1938



FOLDER : 5.

The Review of Revues, by Ronald Jeans; Samuel French, Ltd., London, 1925



FOLDER : 6.

Revue Sketches, by Marjorie Rice Levis; Samuel French, Inc., New York, Los Angeles, 1931



FOLDER : 7.

The Road To Rome; clippings, telegram, 1938



FOLDER : 8.

Saving Grace, by Elizabeth C. Spring; Walter H. Baker Co., Boston, 1931



FOLDER : 9.

The Sea Gull; clippings, 1938



FOLDER : 10.

The Skull Beneath the Skin; clippings, 1947



FOLDER : 11.

Skylark; clippings, 1947



FOLDER : 12.

The Streets of New York, by Dion Boucicault; Samuel French, Inc., New York, London, 1857



The Taming of the Shrew



FOLDER : 13.

Clippings; 1935-1936



FOLDER : 14.

Clippings; 1939-1940, undated



FOLDER : 15.

Correspondence; 1939, undated



FOLDER : 16.

Equity minimum contracts; 1935



FOLDER : 17.

Itinerary of the Lunt-Fontanne company touring with The Taming of the Shrew; 1939-1940



FOLDER : 18.

Newsletter: The Luntanne Tattler, edited by Bob Downing; December 3, 1939, February 10, 1940



FOLDER : 19.

Opening night telegrams; 1935, undated, unidentified



FOLDER : 20.

Sides: scripts for “Philip,” “First Servant,” and “Lucentio;” typescript, carbons, undated



FOLDER : 21.

Souvenir postcards; undated



FOLDER : 22.

Ten O'Clock, by H. L. Davis: Samuel French Ltd., London, 1931



FOLDER : 23.

There Is So Much Good..., by John Donald Kelly; Gowans and Gray Ltd., London and Glasgow, The Baker International Play Bureau, Boston, 1929



The Walrus and the Carpenter



FOLDER : 24.

Clippings; 1941



FOLDER : 25.

Opening night telegrams; 1941, unidentified



FOLDER : 26.

When the Ship Goes Down, by Harry McGuire; Samuel French Inc., New York, London, 1928



Who Was That Lady I Saw You With?



FOLDER : 27.

Correspondence; 1959



FOLDER : 28.

Set designs, drawn to scale by W. B. Hackett; 1959



FOLDER : 29.

Winsome Winnie, by V. C. Clinton-Baddeley and Stephen Leacock; Gowans and Gray Ltd., London and Glasgow, The Baker International Play Bureau, Boston, 1932



FOLDER : 30.

Words and Thoughts, by Don Marquis; D. Appleton and Co., New York, London, 1924



FOLDER : 31.

The Would-Be Gentleman; clippings, 1936



FOLDER : 32.

You Never Can Tell; clippings, 1934, 1953



Programs



FOLDER : 33.

1934-1936



FOLDER : 34.

1937-1939



FOLDER : 35.

1940-1942



FOLDER : 36.

1947, 1949-1952, 1954



FOLDER : 37.

1956-1959, undated



Scripts



FOLDER : 38.

Amphitryon 38, by Jean Giraudoux, adapted by S. N. Behrman; Shubert Theatre, New York, carbon, undated



FOLDER : 39.

Call Me Madam, by Howard Lindsay and Russel Crouse, music by Irving Berlin; mimeograph, undated



FOLDER : 40.

Inherit the Wind, by Jerome Lawrence and Robert E. Lee; The National Theatre, New York, mimeograph, 1955



FOLDER : 41.

Long Distance, by William Hazlett Upson; Longmans, Green and Co., New York, mimeograph, 1929 and 1930



FOLDER : 42.

The Masque of Kings, by Maxwell Anderson; The Theatre Guild, Inc., New York, carbon, undated



FOLDER : 43.

Ondine, by Jean Giraudoux, adapted by Maurice Valency; The Playwrights' Co., New York, mimeograph, undated



FOLDER : 44.

The Sea Gull, by Anton Chekhov, translated by Stark Young; typescript, undated



FOLDER : 45.

The Skull Beneath the Skin, by Richard Carlson; John C. Wilson, New York, undated, carbon



FOLDER : 46.

Theatre Guild “Memory Book,” benefit, Actors' Fund of America, at the Plaza, New York City, May 11, 1958



Sides



FOLDER : 47.

Call Me Madam; Act I, “Maxwell,” typescript, undated



FOLDER : 48.

Days of Grace; “Clayton Herrick,” typescript, undated



FOLDER : 49.

Merry-Go-Round, “The Chief,” typescript, undated



FOLDER : 50.

The Mulberry Bush (The Walrus and the Carpenter); “Wilfred,” typescript, undated



FOLDER : 51.

The Tavern; “Tavern Keeper Freeman,” typescript, undated



BOX 12.

Career (cont.) - Dartmouth College



Career (cont.)



Stage (cont.)



Souvenir programs



FOLDER : 1.

The American Way, by George S. Kaufman and Moss Hart; The Center Theatre, Rockefeller Center, New York, undated



FOLDER : 2.

Call Me Madam, by Howard Lindsay and Russel Crouse, music by Irving Berlin; ca. 1951



FOLDER : 3.

Idiot's Delight, by Robert E. Sherwood; The Theatre Guild, 1936



FOLDER : 4.

Inherit the Wind, by Jerome Lawrence and Robert E. Lee; 1954



FOLDER : 5.

The Taming of the Shrew, by William Shakespeare; The Guild Theatre, New York City, 1935



FOLDER : 6.

The Three Musketeers, by William Anthony McGuire, music by Rudolf Friml; The Municipal Theatre, St. Louis, Missouri, 1954



Television



FOLDER : 7.

Article: Where the Actors Go, by Richard Gehman; source unidentified, undated



FOLDER : 8.

Clippings; 1953-1957, 1962, 1966, 1973, 1975, 1982, 1986, undated



FOLDER : 9.

Contracts; 1974-1978, 1981, 1984



FOLDER : 10.

Correspondence; 1955, 1960, 1962-1963, 1965, 1971-1978, 1980-1981, 1984



FOLDER : 11.

Magazine: The TV Collector; April 14, 1983



Memos (by Alan Hewitt)



FOLDER : 12.

Front Row Center on TV, Live From Hollywood; typescript, March 24, 1982



FOLDER : 13.

Ian McKellan's “Now I Am Alone” Soliloquy; typescript, May 2, 1982



FOLDER : 14.

Untitled; concerning the escaped lions on the set of My Favorite Martian, thermofax copy, February 7, 1966



FOLDER : 15.

Script: The Adams Chronicles, Episode XIII, 1886-1893; by Roger Hirson; with biographical notes on historical figures, 1975



FOLDER : 16.

Script: Full Disclosure, by Harold Gast; as presented on Armstrong Circle Theatre, CBS-TV, published by Argonaut Books, Inc., Larchmont, New York, 1961



Dartmouth College



Articles



FOLDER : 17.

Broadway on the Wire, Hanover Calling Broadway, Broadway To Hanover, or, if you like, The Theatre, by Alan Hewitt; written for Steeplejack, typescript, undated



FOLDER : 18.

Broadway Prospects for College Talent, by Alan Hewitt; in Dartmouth Alumni Magazine, December 1936



FOLDER : 19.

“Brown of Harvard:” The Peg-Tops Come To Dartmouth, by Alan Hewitt; in Jack-O-Lantern, May 12, 1933



FOLDER : 20.

George M. Cohan Relates His Acting Experience in Lead of “The Tavern,” by Alan Hewitt; in The Dartmouth, November 17, 1933



FOLDER : 21.

Hanging On (By A Jockstrap) to Tradition at Dartmouth, by Andy Merton; in Esquire, June 19, 1979



FOLDER : 22.

Interview with George M. Cohan, by Alan Hewitt; typescript, undated



FOLDER : 23.

Literal Report of Broadcast Address Made by Jack-O-Lantern's Fashion Expert at One of the Recent Basketball Games, by Alan Hewitt; typescript, undated



FOLDER : 24.

Profiles: Boffos and Bustos (Arthur Loeb Mayer), by E. J. Kahn, Jr.; in The New Yorker, December 9, 1974



FOLDER : 25.

The Tributary Theatre: The Dartmouth Drama Festival, by Robert E. Sherwood, and The Dartmouth Theatre, by Warner Bentley; in Theatre Arts Monthly, April 1939, photocopy



FOLDER : 26.

Certificate of Admission; 1930



FOLDER : 27.

Clippings; 1973, 1975, 1981-1982, 1985



FOLDER : 28.

Commencement brochures; June 15-18, 1934



Correspondence



FOLDER : 29.

Bentley, Warner; 1943, 1949-1951, 1969-1971, 1974, 1976, 1982, 1986, undated



FOLDER : 30.

The Dartmouth Review; 1981



FOLDER : 31.

Dickey, John Sloan; 1946, 1978



FOLDER : 32.

Faculty and Administration; 1937, 1949, 1951, 1965, 1970-1971, 1974-1976, 1981-1982, unidentified



Film Studies



FOLDER : 33.

Magazine: Dartmouth Alumni Magazine; November 1982, featuring “Dartmouth at the Movies”



FOLDER : 34.

1968, 1970, 1981-1983



FOLDER : 35.

Kemeny, John G.; 1970-1971, 1973, 1975



Lathem, Edward C.



FOLDER : 36.

1969-1971, 1973-1983



FOLDER : 37.

Pamphlet: The One-Millionth Volume of the Dartmouth College Library, presentation by Edward C. Lathem; October 22, 1970



FOLDER : 38.

Librarian of the College; 1979-1983



FOLDER : 39.

Mandel, Ann; 1976



FOLDER : 40.

Martin, Lucretia L.; 1982-1983, 1986



FOLDER : 41.

Misc. correspondence; 1934, 1945-1946, 1951-1952, 1970-1978, 1981-1982, 1985, undated



FOLDER : 42.

Special Collections staff; 1969-1972, 1974-1979, 1981-1985



Williams, Henry B.



FOLDER : 43.

Article: Curtain Call for Henry, by Samuel Hirsch; in Dartmouth Alumni Magazine, April 1972



FOLDER : 44.

1934-1935, 1952-1954, 1963, 1966-1967



FOLDER : 45.

1970-1975



FOLDER : 46.

1976-1977



FOLDER : 47.

1978-1979



FOLDER : 48.

1980-1982



FOLDER : 49.

1983-1986



FOLDER : 50.

General correspondence; 1972-1974, 1982-1986



FOLDER : 51.

List of alumni solicited for contributions to Williams/Watson Theatre Collection; undated



FOLDER : 52.

Newsletter: Dartmouth News; “Dartmouth to Upgrade Theatre Collection with Federal Grant,” June 14, 1985



FOLDER : 53.

Paper: The Religious Values of Aeschylus Oresteia, by Henry B. Williams; photocopy, 1963



FOLDER : 54.

Paper: Tragic Ritual and the Hero, probably by Henry B. Williams; photocopy, 1963



Programs



FOLDER : 55.

The Beggar's Opera, by John Gay; The Hopkins Center, May 1970



FOLDER : 56.

H.M.S. Pinafore, by W.S. Gilbert and Arthur Sullivan; Hopkins Center, Center Theatre, February 9, 1979



FOLDER : 57.

The Importance of Being Earnest, by Oscar Wilde; The Hopkins Center, February 1971



FOLDER : 58.

Costume designs; “My Own Costume Book,” 1932



Courses



Comp. Lit. 9



FOLDER : 59.

Short story: My Conception of Jesus; typescript, October 24, 1933



English Honors



Essays



FOLDER : 60.

Autobiographical Significance in Spenser's Poetry, With Particular Reference to “The Shepheardes Calendar,” “Prothalamino,” and “Epithalamion;” typescript, January 16, 1933



FOLDER : 61.

Bolingbroke; typescript, March 9, 1933



FOLDER : 62.

The Comic Spirit in Shakespeare - “Twelfth Night” and “Much Ado;” typescript, March 9, 1933



FOLDER : 63.

Impressions of the Wife of Bath as Seen in Her Prologue; typescript, November 10, 1932



FOLDER : 64.

The Pardoner and His Tale; typescript, November 1, 1932



FOLDER : 65.

The Realism of Geoffrey Chaucer; carbon, October 13, 1932



FOLDER : 66.

The Sources of “The Pardoner's Tale;” typescript, October 24, 1932



FOLDER : 67.

A Tentative Consideration of Pandarus; typescript, November 18, 1932



FOLDER : 68.

Program of study, book-lists, notes; 1932-1934



English I



FOLDER : 69.

Book report: Rockwell Kent's “N By E;” typescript, February 17, 1931



Essays



FOLDER : 70.

Against Convention; typescript, March 3, 1931



FOLDER : 71.

The Joy of Procrastination; typescript, April 21, 1931



FOLDER : 72.

Queen Victoria; typescript, March 17, 1931



English II



FOLDER : 73.

Essay: The Brownings and “The Barretts of Wimpole Street;” typescript, carbon, May 21, 1931



English 6



FOLDER : 74.

Notes, exams; 1934



English 30



FOLDER : 75.

Notes; 1932



English 64



FOLDER : 76.

Essay: The Bab Ballads and Early Burlesques of W. S. Gilbert; typescript, April 30, 1934



FOLDER : 77.

Essay: An Essay on Burns' Satiric Poetry; typescript, March 14, 1934



FOLDER : 78.

Short story: Gwen; typescript, May 23, 1934



FOLDER : 79.

Syllabus, exams and notes; 1934



French 35



FOLDER : 80.

Notes; 1932-1933



French 36



FOLDER : 81.

Notes; 1933



German 15



FOLDER : 82.

Essay: Die Jungfrau Von Orleans; typescript, January 30, 1934



FOLDER : 83.

Essay: Kabale und Liebe; typescript, November 10, 1933



History 2



FOLDER : 84.

Book report: Queen Victoria, by Lytton Strachey; New York: Harcourt, Brace and Co., 1921, carbon, March 20, 1931



FOLDER : 85.

Misc. exams; 1931, 1934



FOLDER : 86.

Misc. notes; 1932-1934



Music 3



FOLDER : 87.

Outline, notes; 1932



Music 4



FOLDER : 88.

Notes; 1933



FOLDER : 89.

Outline, and brief biographies of composers, annotated; undated



BOX 13.

Dartmouth College (cont.) - Gilbert and Sullivan



Dartmouth College



Courses (cont.)



Unidentified courses



Essays



FOLDER : 1.

Arthur Goodrich's “Caponsacchi” and Robert Browning's “The Ring and the Book;” typescript, April 25, 1934



FOLDER : 2.

Boswell Vindicated; typescript, November 8, 1933



FOLDER : 3.

Burns the Satirist; typescript, November 14, 1933



FOLDER : 4.

Carlyle, the Victorian Moralist; typescript, February 14, 1934



FOLDER : 5.

Development of Dramatic Art in the Eighteenth Century; typescript, October 24, 1933



FOLDER : 6.

A Discussion of Vitality in Whitman; typescript, March 7, 1934



FOLDER : 7.

Eliot and MacLeish; typescript, May 16, 1934



FOLDER : 8.

Emerson, Thoreau, and the New American Spirit; typescript, March 2, 1934



FOLDER : 9.

Eustacia Vye and Hedda Gabler; typescript, March 28, 1934



FOLDER : 10.

Happiness in Byron; typescript, December 12, 1933



FOLDER : 11.

Happiness in Keats; typescript, January 9, 1934



FOLDER : 12.

Happiness in Shelley; typescript, December 19, 1933



FOLDER : 13.

Happiness in Tennyson; typescript, January 19, 1934



FOLDER : 14.

Happiness in Wordsworth; typescript, December 1, 1933



FOLDER : 15.

The Influences Determining the Writing of “Gulliver's Travels;” typescript, October 3, 1933



FOLDER : 16.

Johnson as Moralist; typescript, October 31, 1933



FOLDER : 17.

Jonathan Swift: An Essay in Prophetic Irony; typescript, October 10, 1933



FOLDER : 18.

“Modes and Manners in the Nineteenth Century” - Jane Austen and George Meredith; typescript, March 21, 1934



FOLDER : 19.

The Rossettis and William Morris; typescript, April 18, 1934



FOLDER : 20.

Ruskin's Social Imagination; typescript, February 21, 1934



FOLDER : 21.

A Study of Hamlet's Melancholia; typescript, undated



FOLDER : 22.

Play: Spenser's “Faery Queene” or “The Flowers That Bloom in the Spring, Tra-La; typescript, 1933



FOLDER : 23.

Essay: Correlation of Education, by Alan Hewitt; submitted in competition for the Barge Medal, carbon, April 23, 1934



FOLDER : 24.

Memo: Dartmouth College Was Expecting Its New Theatre in 1940, by Alan Hewitt; photocopy, 1986



FOLDER : 25.

Misc.



FOLDER : 26.

Newspaper: The New York Times; June 18, 1934



FOLDER : 27.

Pamphlet: In Memoriam: Robert H. Michelet '34; March 14, 16, 1934



FOLDER : 28.

Pamphlet: Records of Men of Distinctive Scholastic Achievement, Dartmouth College; First and Second Semester 1933-1934



FOLDER : 29.

Photocopy of matriculation record, with copy of accompanying letter; undated



Programs



FOLDER : 30.

Baccalaureate Exercises; June 17, 1934



FOLDER : 31.

Berkeley Square, by John L. Balderston; presented by The Dartmouth Players, undated



FOLDER : 32.

Commencement, Dartmouth College; June 18, 1934



FOLDER : 33.

The Critic, by Richard Brinsley Sheridan; presented by The Dartmouth Players, undated



FOLDER : 34.

The Experimental Theatre, Dartmouth College; May 23, 1931, May 26, 1932, May 24, 1934



FOLDER : 35.

Iolanthe, by W. S. Gilbert and Arthur Sullivan; presented by The Dartmouth Players, the Handel Society and Colby Junior College, Commencement 1934



FOLDER : 36.

Report of standing cards; 1931-1934



Reunions



1939



FOLDER : 37.

Newsletter: '34 Reunews; June 16, 1939



FOLDER : 38.

Script: Misinformation Please, author unidentified; “transcript” of radio broadcast, June 13, 1939



1955



FOLDER : 39.

Newsletter: The 1934 News-Letter; June 27, 1955



1974



FOLDER : 40.

Article: The Performing Arts 1934-1974, by Alan Hewitt; typescript, February 26, 1974



FOLDER : 41.

Book: 1934-1974 Reunion, edited by William H. Scherman; 1974



FOLDER : 42.

Class of 1934 photograph; 1974



FOLDER : 43.

Correspondence; 1973-1974



FOLDER : 44.

Memo: Notes for an Article, by Alan Hewitt; typescript, February 19, 1974



FOLDER : 45.

Memo: Post-Mortem and Critique on '34 Class Dinner - June 11, 1974, by Alan Hewitt; typescript, June 16, 1974



FOLDER : 46.

Misc.



FOLDER : 47.

Newsletter: The 1934 News-Letter; June 19, 1974



FOLDER : 48.

Notes and transcripts of 40th Reunion Show, “'34 Up!”; 1974



FOLDER : 49.

Notes from Reunion Committee meetings; 1973-1974



Programs



FOLDER : 50.

The Combined Glee Clubs of Dartmouth Reunion Concerts; June 10-14, 1974



FOLDER : 51.

Fortieth Reunion 1934-1974 Class Dinner; Alumni Hall, Hopkins Center, June 11, 1974



FOLDER : 52.

Memorial Service, Dartmouth College Class of 1934; Rollins Chapel, June 11, 1974



FOLDER : 53.

Reunion Committee bulletins; 1973-1974



Speeches



FOLDER : 54.

Baccalaureate Address of the President of Dartmouth College, by Ernest Martin Hopkins; photocopy, June 17, 1934



FOLDER : 55.

The College Mind: Opening Address of Dartmouth's 162nd Year, by Ernest Martin Hopkins; in Dartmouth Alumni Magazine, November 1930, photocopy



FOLDER : 56.

Monologue for '34 Reunion, by Alan Hewitt; typescript, June 2, 1974



1979



FOLDER : 57.

Brochures about Dartmouth College Reunions; 1979



FOLDER : 58.

Correspondence; 1978-1980



FOLDER : 59.

Memo: Memorandum on Show at Dartmouth, by Alan Hewitt; photocopy, 1979, with excerpts of plays and rundown sheet used for the show



FOLDER : 60.

Newsletter: The 1934 News-Letter; July 9, 1979



FOLDER : 61.

Reunion Committee bulletins; 1978-1979



1984



FOLDER : 62.

Correspondence; 1983-1984



FOLDER : 63.

Pamphlet: Class of 1934 Directory; 1984



FOLDER : 64.

Pamphlet: Dartmouth in Hollywood!, compiled by Bill Pence; 1985



FOLDER : 65.

Pamphlet: In Memoriam: Dartmouth College Class of 1934 / In Memoriam: Dartmouth College 1984; 1984



FOLDER : 66.

Program: Memorial Service, Class of 1934 Dartmouth College; Rollins Chapel, June 9, 1984



FOLDER : 67.

Reunion Committee bulletins; 1983-1984



FOLDER : 68.

Speech: Reflections on the Arts, by Alan Hewitt; at Dartmouth College, 50th Class Reunion, June 8, 1984, with preliminary notes, drafts, final copy, 1983-1984



FOLDER : 69.

Tape: Panel discussion, “What Did We Do Right?,” with Frank Smallwood, Alan Hewitt, Don Allen, Harlan Banks and Moe Frankel; June 8, 1984



FOLDER : 70.

Set and costume designs for Act I of What Every Woman Knows; undated



FOLDER : 71.

Speech: Speech Delivered Before Dartmouth Club of Washington, D.C. at Luncheon at New Athens Cafe, May 20, 1952, by Alan Hewitt; typescript, 1952



FOLDER : 72.

Yearbook entry, “A Word About Hewitt,” from the Dartmouth College Aegis of 1934; typescript



General Correspondence



FOLDER : 73.

1933-1939



FOLDER : 74.

1940-1949



FOLDER : 75.

1950-1959



FOLDER : 76.

1960-1969



FOLDER : 77.

1970-1979



FOLDER : 78.

1980-1982



FOLDER : 79.

1983-1984



FOLDER : 80.

1985-1986



FOLDER : 81.

Tape: Talking letter from Bettina Cerf; June 1984



FOLDER : 82.

Undated



FOLDER : 83.

Unidentified



Gilbert and Sullivan



FOLDER : 84.

Clippings; 1948, 1981-1986, undated



FOLDER : 85.

Correspondence; 1980-1981, 1983



See also: Dartmouth College, Correspondence, Williams, Henry B.
Memos (by Alan Hewitt)



FOLDER : 86.

D'Oyly Carte “Interpretation?” My Foot! It is Gilbert's; typescript, photocopy, August 17, 1983



FOLDER : 87.

Great Gilbert and Sullivan Singers of the Past; typescript, April 1, 1981



FOLDER : 88.

G. & S. “The Sorcerer” At Last, Completing the Canon; typescript, July 25, 1981



FOLDER : 89.

John Reed in “Iolanthe” at Symphony Space; typescript, carbon, December 24, 1985



FOLDER : 90.

More Things I Haven't Known About Gilbert and Sullivan; typescript, carbon, July 10, 1985



FOLDER : 91.

More Trivia for Savoyards; typescript, September 20, 1981



FOLDER : 92.

Mr. Gilbert, Mr. Sullivan, Meet Monsieur Offenbach; typescript, photocopy, August 23, 1982



FOLDER : 93.

One By Gilbert, Three By Sullivan; typescript, November 15, 1980



FOLDER : 94.

One Hundred Play Gilbert and Sullivan; typescript, November 15, 1980



FOLDER : 95.

Reflections on “The Grand Duke” and Other Matters; photocopy, August 5, 1978



FOLDER : 96.

Ruddigore; typescript, carbon, April 3, 1985



FOLDER : 97.

Should (Can) A Spoof Be Spoofed?; typescript, photocopy, March 16, 1981



FOLDER : 98.

The Sorcerer; typescript, photocopy, April 16, 1985



FOLDER : 99.

Scraping the Cobwebs and Dust Back Onto “The Mikado;” typescript, carbon, August 26, 1985



FOLDER : 100.

Program: The Mikado, by W. S. Gilbert and Arthur Sullivan; presented by the New York City Opera, August 20, 1985



FOLDER : 101.

The Sorcerer, by W. S. Gilbert and Arthur Sullivan; presented by The Blue Hill Troupe, Ltd., Hunter College Playhouse, New York, April 8-13, 1985



BOX 14.

The Lunts



ANTA Anniversary Party



FOLDER : 1.

Clippings; photocopies, 1972



FOLDER : 2.

Correspondence; 1972



FOLDER : 3.

Program: National Theatre Now! ANTA Assembly of the Performing Arts; UCLA, June 9-11, 1972



Articles



FOLDER : 4.

Diary of a Designer: Setting the Stage for “Quadrille,” by Cecil Beaton; in Theatre Arts, November 1954



FOLDER : 5.

The Lunt Legend, by Eric Johns; in Theatre World, November 1952



FOLDER : 6.

Lynn Fontanne: A Memory and A Tribute, by Marguerite Taylor Courtney; source unidentified, undated



FOLDER : 7.

A Play in the Making: The Lunts Rehearse Amphitryon 38, by Morton Eustis; in Theatre Arts Monthly, undated



FOLDER : 8.

The Playwright, by Carl R. Mueller; source unidentified, undated



FOLDER : 9.

Untitled, by Dan Sullivan; written for the Los Angeles Times, photocopy of edited typescript, ca. 1972



Books



FOLDER : 10.

ANTA Program Book, American National Theatre and Academy; 1972, with Hewitt's errata list laid in



FOLDER : 11.

The Lunts, by George Freedley; Charles Birchall and Sons, Ltd., Liverpool and London, 1957



FOLDER : 12.

Stagestruck: The Romance of Alfred Lunt and Lynn Fontanne, by Maurice Zolotow; Harcourt, Brace & World, Inc., New York, 1965



FOLDER : 13.

The Taming of the Shrew, by William Shakespeare; Yale University Press, 1921, autographed by cast and crew, stage directions noted in Hewitt's handwriting, 1935



Book Mss: The Fabulous Lunts: A Biography, by Jared Brown



FOLDER : 14.

Title page - page 174; photocopy, 1985



FOLDER : 15.

Page 175 - page 325; photocopy, 1985



FOLDER : 16.

Page 326 - page 500; photocopy, 1985



FOLDER : 17.

Page 501 - page 650; photocopy, 1985



FOLDER : 18.

Page 651 - page 775; photocopy, 1985



FOLDER : 19.

Page 776 - page 956; photocopy; 1985



FOLDER : 20.

Chronology of the careers of Alfred Lunt and Lynn Fontanne, compiled by Alan Hewitt; carbons, ca. 1972, with Addenda, 1985



Clippings



FOLDER : 21.

1921-1922, 1935, 1939, 1941, 1952, 1958, 1964-1966



FOLDER : 22.

1971-1973, 1976-1979



FOLDER : 23.

1980, 1982-1984, 1986, undated



Correspondence



FOLDER : 24.

Brown, Jared; 1982-1986



FOLDER : 25.

Bugbee, George; 1977-1979, 1980-1986



BOX 15.

FOLDER : 1.

Carroll College Press; 1978



FOLDER : 2.

Dartmouth College administrators; 1954



FOLDER : 3.

Fontanne, Lynn; 1954, 1957, 1967, 1969, 1973, 1976-1983



General Correspondence



FOLDER : 4.

1936, 1952, 1958, 1963, 1965, 1969



FOLDER : 5.

1970-1979



FOLDER : 6.

1980, 1982-1986



FOLDER : 7.

Undated, unidentified



FOLDER : 8.

Knapp, Sue; 1977, 1983-1985, undated



Lunt, Alfred



FOLDER : 9.

1936-1942, 1944-1959



FOLDER : 10.

1960-1969



FOLDER : 11.

1970-1977, undated



FOLDER : 12.

Photocopies of letters written by the Lunts to other friends; 1954, 1958-1959, 1974



FOLDER : 13.

Dissertation: A Study of Alfred Lunt's Approach to the Role, by Charles Ray Hannum; Wayne State University, 1974, bound photocopy



FOLDER : 14.

Eulogy: For Alfred, by Donald Seawell; at Forest Home Cemetery Chapel, August 5, 1977, photocopy



FOLDER : 15.

Magazine: Landmark, published by Waukesha County Historical Society,, Waukesha, Wisconsin; Lunt-Fontanne Issue, Autumn 1981



Memos



FOLDER : 16.

Additional Notes on the Lunts; typescript, October 28, 1985



FOLDER : 17.

Advice to Scholars: Take Nothing for Granted; typescript, October 26, 1985



FOLDER : 18.

Alternating Three Plays in 1938-1939? Who But the Lunts?; typescript, photocopy, May 24, 1986



FOLDER : 19.

The Anna Crouse Tapes of Alfred Lunt and Lynn Fontanne; and Oral Footnotes to the Anna Crouse Tapes of the Lunts; typescript, September 24, 1984



FOLDER : 20.

Errata in ANTA Program Book; typescript, June 15, 1972



FOLDER : 21.

Farewell to Alfred Lunt; typescript, August 7, 1977



FOLDER : 22.

Fresh Discoveries About the Lunts; typescript, September 25, 1985



FOLDER : 23.

Grab-Bag of Random Recollections of “Idiot's Delight;” photocopy, May 16, 1983



FOLDER : 24.

Grace-Notes to Alfred Lunt's Direction of “Cosi Fan Tutte;” typescript, November 9, 1984



FOLDER : 25.

How “The Sea Gull” Came to the Lunts, or Vice-Versa; typescript, October 15, 1985



FOLDER : 26.

“Idiot's Delight” and “Dance A Little Closer;” photocopy, May 13, 1983



FOLDER : 27.

“Idiot's Delight,” Fifty Years Ago; typescript, photocopy, February 15, 1986



FOLDER : 28.

If at First, You Don't Succeed; typescript, July 26, 1984



FOLDER : 29.

In Alfred Lunt's Kitchen; photocopy, September 25, 1984



FOLDER : 30.

The Lunts, Live on Tape; typescript, September 30, 1984



FOLDER : 31.

The Lunts and the Theatre Guild; typescript, October 26, 1983



FOLDER : 32.

Memorandum; typescript, December 1-2, 1979



FOLDER : 33.

A Memorial to the Lunts - 1st Draft; photocopy, September 22, 1983



FOLDER : 34.

Notes on the “Lost” Production of “Much Ado About Nothing;” typescript, July 9, 1970



FOLDER : 35.

Notes on Typescript of Lunts' Biography by Jared A. Brown; More Notes and Comments on Brown's Biography of the Lunts; Notes on Second Half of Typescript of Lunts' Biography; Still More Notes on Brown's Typescript; Close-To-Final Notes on Brown Biography of the Lunts; typescript, carbon, photocopy, September-November 1985



FOLDER : 36.

Pipe Night to the Lunts at the Players, February 10, 1963; typescript, October 12, 1983



FOLDER : 37.

Talk With Maurice Valency; photocopy, October 27, 1985



FOLDER : 38.

Yet Another Story About Alfred Lunt; typescript, photocopy, July 11, 1976



FOLDER : 39.

Misc.



FOLDER : 40.

Notes; 1976, 1985, undated



FOLDER : 41.

Notes used for chronology of the Lunts' careers; ca. 1972



FOLDER : 42.

Pamphlet: Alfred Lunt and Lynn Fontanne: A Bibliography, by Phillip M. Runkel; Carroll College Press, 1978



FOLDER : 43.

Pamphlet: Brandeis University Creative Arts Awards, Sixteenth Annual Presentation Ceremony, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York City, April 30, 1972



Photographs



FOLDER : 44.

Alan Hewitt holding phony newspaper (photocopy included) announcing “Lynne Fontaine Married 50 Yrs. To Albert Lint;” 1972



FOLDER : 45.

Alfred Lunt and Lynn Fontanne greeting a friend backstage, possibly Gustav Eckstein; undated



FOLDER : 46.

Alfred Lunt and Lynn Fontanne, posed publicity shots; undated



FOLDER : 47.

Alfred Lunt as a young man; 1923



FOLDER : 48.

Candid shots of the Lunts in Army uniforms, riding in a limousine; ca. 1944-1945



FOLDER : 49.

CBC radio appearance by the Lunts; undated



FOLDER : 50.

Fiftieth wedding anniversary photograph; 1972



FOLDER : 51.

Funeral of Alfred Lunt; contact strips and prints; 1977



FOLDER : 52.

Grave site of Alfred Lunt and Lynn Fontanne, with copy of inscription engraved on A. D. Lunt stone; 1984



FOLDER : 53.

“The Guardsman;” Lunt and Fontanne, with Helen Westley; 1924



FOLDER : 54.

Individual portraits of Lynn Fontanne; undated



FOLDER : 55.

Individual shots of Alfred Lunt; undated



FOLDER : 56.

Livingroom of the Swedish cottage at Genesee Depot; 1937



FOLDER : 57.

The Lunts performing on a Theatre Guild radio broadcast; undated



FOLDER : 58.

The Lunts, with fellow performers, seated in an empty theatre; undated



FOLDER : 59.

Lynn Fontanne and Alfred Lunt cutting a ceremonial cake; undated



FOLDER : 60.

New York production of “O Mistress Mine;” undated



FOLDER : 61.

New York production of “O Mistress Mine,” taken during the actual performance; undated



FOLDER : 62.

Noel Coward and the Lunts in “Design For Living;” undated



FOLDER : 63.

Original London production of “O Mistress Mine,” then titled, “Love in Idleness;” undated



FOLDER : 64.

Partial inventory of Lunt-Fontanne photographs, compiled by Alan Hewitt; typescript, 1985, incomplete and contains some errors



FOLDER : 65.

Production photo of “The Second Man;” 1927?



FOLDER : 66.

Production shots from “I Know My Love;” undated



FOLDER : 67.

“There Shall Be No Night;” production photos and posed portraits, undated



FOLDER : 68.

Play: The Taming of the Shrew; carbon “prompt” copy, undated



Programs



FOLDER : 69.

Actors' Fund Performance, In the Greatest Tradition of the American Theatre, “Design For Living;” Ahmanson Theatre, Los Angeles Music Center, April 18, 1971



FOLDER : 70.

Gala Performance in the Presence of Her Royal Highness the Duchess of Kent and Her Royal Highness Princess Alexandra on the Evening of Wednesday, June 22, 1960 at the Royalty Theatre, Kingsway, “The Visit;” with ticket



FOLDER : 71.

The Great Sebastians, Special Performance in aid of the Actors' Fund of America, at the Coronet Theatre; March 25, 1956



FOLDER : 72.

Paramount Theatre, Monday, February 13, 1939, The Theatre Guild Inc., Presents the Alfred Lunt and Lynn Fontanne Production of “Idiot's Delight”



FOLDER : 73.

Playbill of the Lunt-Fontanne Theatre, A Tribute: Alfred Lunt and Lynn Fontanne; November 16, 1983



FOLDER : 74.

Theatre Guild Program; “At Mrs. Beam's,” by C. K. Munro at the Guild Theatre, 1926



FOLDER : 75.

Theatre Guild Program; “The Doctor's Dilemma,” by G. Bernard Shaw, at the Guild Theatre, undated



FOLDER : 76.

Theatre Guild Program; “Juarez and Maximilian,” by Franz Werfel, at the Guild Theatre, 1926



FOLDER : 77.

Theatre Guild Program; “Marco Millions,” by Eugene O'Neill, at the Guild Theatre, 1928



FOLDER : 78.

The Theatre Guild and John C. Wilson Present “I Know My Love;” undated



FOLDER : 79.

Speech: Myths About the Lunts, by Alan Hewitt; at Tribute to the Lunts, Lunt-Fontanne Theatre, November 16, 1983



BOX 16.

The Lunts (cont.) - Music



The Lunts (cont.)



Tapes



(BOX)1.

Cassettes; 1965, 1969, 1984, undated



See list at end of this index for contents of boxes 1 and 2.
(BOX)2.

Cassettes; 1983-1985, undated



See list at end of this index for contents of boxes 1 and 2.
FOLDER : 3.

Notes; 1975, 1984-1985



(BOX)4.

Reels: A Study of Alfred Lunt's Approach to a Role, by Charles Ray Hannum; read by Alan Hewitt, 4 reels, 1975



FOLDER : 5.

Thesis: The Acting of Lynn Fontanne and Alfred Lunt, by Louise Lichtman; incomplete photocopy, 1943



FOLDER : 6.

Toy Theatre, “La Reception,” given to Alan Hewitt by Alfred Lunt; with photocopy of letter to Lunt from May Davenport Seymour suggesting that she gave the theatre to Lunt, undated, FRAGILE



FOLDER : 7.

Transcript: Broadcast tribute on WFMT, Chicago, by Claudia Cassidy; August 7, 1977, photocopy



Music



FOLDER : 8.

Clippings; 1923, 1925, 1935, 1953, 1972, 1974-1975, 1978, 1981-1986, undated



FOLDER : 9.

Correspondence; 1961, 1965-1966, 1971, 1973-1976, 1978-1980



FOLDER : 10.

Correspondence; 1981-1986, unidentified



FOLDER : 11.

Excerpts from “June Moon,” by Ring Lardner and George S. Kaufman; Charles Scribner's Sons, New York, 1930, photocopy



Memos (by Alan Hewitt)



FOLDER : 12.

Again, Three Musicals in One Week; typescript, June 20, 1983



FOLDER : 13.

Chatter About Musicals; typescript, February 7, 1976



FOLDER : 14.

Did the Times Review Kill “Merrily, We Roll Along”?; typescript, December 13, 1981



FOLDER : 15.

The Flagstad Slander Will Not Die; photocopy, May 3, 1980



FOLDER : 16.

Getting the Facts Right, or, Wagner's Mad King Ludwig; typescript, January 19, 1984



FOLDER : 17.

The Historic/Hysteric Boston-Philadelphia Summer Exchange; photocopy, April 13, 1980



FOLDER : 18.

Igor Buketoff Prompts Memories of the “1812”; typescript, photocopy, June 1, 1985



BOX 16. (CONT.)

FOLDER : 19.

Jerome Robbins's New Ballet to Gershwin's “Concerto in F”; typescript, February 14, 1982



BOX 17.

Music (cont.) - Reviews



Music (cont.)



Memos (by Alan Hewitt) (cont.)



FOLDER : 1.

Live Radio Broadcast of a Complete Opera in 1923; photocopy, July 1, 1982



FOLDER : 2.

Metropolitan Opera Centennial Gala; typescript, October 28, 1983



FOLDER : 3.

The Metropolitan Opera in Philadelphia; typescript, April 20, 1981



FOLDER : 4.

More on “Porgy and Bess” and Alexander Smallens; typescript, photocopy, April 16, 1985



FOLDER : 5.

Music on Radio - Someone Should Write A Book; photocopy, May 6, 1985



FOLDER : 6.

Notes on “American Operetta,” by Gerald Bordman; photocopy, September 18, 1983



FOLDER : 7.

Notes on the Performance of “Pli Selon Pli,” by Pierre Boulez, Performed by the Contemporary Chamber Ensemble at Carnegie Hall, February 15, 1978; typescript, February 17, 1978



FOLDER : 8.

Operetta Repertoire - 2nd Thoughts (Eager); photocopy, undated



FOLDER : 9.

“Peter and the Wolf” Remembered; typescript, December 18, 1983



FOLDER : 10.

Piano Soloists on AFRS Broadcast Transcriptions 1943-1945; typescript, July 11, 1984



FOLDER : 11.

Postscript; typescript, February 18, 1984



FOLDER : 12.

Puccini's “La Rondine”; typescript, September 1, 1984



FOLDER : 13.

“Puttin' on the Ritz” and “Putting on the Ritz;” typescript, January 7, 1979



FOLDER : 14.

The Second Performance of the Mahler 8th in New York; photocopy, December 18, 1979



FOLDER : 15.

Sergiu Celibidache and the Curtis Institute Orchestra; typescript, February 27, 1984



FOLDER : 16.

Shubert Properties; photocopy, undated



FOLDER : 17.

Sketch for an Article; typescript, August 1971



FOLDER : 18.

Son of “Merrily We Roll Along;” typescript, November 28, 1981



FOLDER : 19.

So “The Mad Scene” Does NOT Have a False Ending; typescript, April 10, 1982



FOLDER : 20.

Symphony in E (“Irish”) by Arthur Sullivan; photocopy, July 4, 1983



FOLDER : 21.

This Was the Week That Was Chicago Symphony; photocopy, May 4, 1985



FOLDER : 22.

Those Dirty Lyrics to “You Are the Top;” typescript, December 21, 1983



FOLDER : 23.

Von Karajan and the Berlin Philharmonic; typescript, October 25, 1982



FOLDER : 24.

Wagner in English; typescript, photocopy, April 16, 1985



FOLDER : 25.

What Has Happened to “Franklin D. Roosevelt Jones”?; typescript, June 27, 1981



FOLDER : 26.

When Work Was WORK at the Old Metropolitan; typescript, May 12, 1984



FOLDER : 27.

With Apologies to Grace Bumbry and Herman Hupfeld; typescript, April 24, 1982



FOLDER : 28.

Newsletter: BackStage at Carnegie Hall; April-May 1982



FOLDER : 29.

Program: Maplewood Theatre, “Porgy and Bess;” October 1941, photocopy



FOLDER : 30.

Program: Tanglewood; July 2 - August 22, 1971



FOLDER : 31.

Review: Marilyn Horne in Los Angeles, by Alan Hewitt; typescript, January 30, 1966



FOLDER : 32.

Tape: Milton Cross: Commentary, plot of “The Flying Dutchman,” and “Cosi Fan Tutte” - Alfred Lunt Interview, 1965; Die Walkure; 7-inch reel, 1965



FOLDER : 33.

Tape: Robert Benchley Opera Synopses; 5-inch reel, undated



Personal Miscellanea



FOLDER : 34.

Eulogy: A Few Personal Comments on Behalf of Alan's Brother Bob... Known as “Bud” to Old Family Friends, written by Robert Hewitt; speaker unidentified, photocopy, 1986



FOLDER : 35.

Eulogy: Remarks at the Funeral of Alan Hewitt, November 11, 1986, at Riverside Chapel, by Stan Silverman; photocopy, 1986



Memos (by Alan Hewitt)



FOLDER : 36.

Have A Nice Day!; photocopy, April 2, 1985



FOLDER : 37.

How Did You Hear the Dreadful News, 20 Years Ago?; typescript, November 22, 1983



FOLDER : 38.

The New York City Blackout of 1977; photocopy, July 14, 1977



FOLDER : 39.

Why Not a Telephone in the Bathroom; photocopy, June 21, 1980



FOLDER : 40.

Will I Ever Return to the Ritz-Carlton in Boston?; typescript, February 13, 1982



FOLDER : 41.

Obituaries; 1986



Personal Publicity



Articles



FOLDER : 42.

Our Guest Today: Alan Hewitt; in The TV Collector, April 14, 1983



FOLDER : 43.

Playwrights: Take Care in Publishing Your Scripts, by Alan Hewitt; in The Dramatists Guild Quarterly, Winter 1976



FOLDER : 44.

Untitled; biographical reviews of Hewitt's career; carbons, 1965, undated



FOLDER : 45.

Biographical information and career credits; 1975-1976, undated



FOLDER : 46.

Clippings; 1954, 1956, 1958-1959, 1963, 1965-1976, undated



FOLDER : 47.

Correspondence; 1936, 1965-1967, 1970, 1972, 1982-1983, undated



Magazines



FOLDER : 48.

The Playbill for the Forty-Sixth Street Theatre; “Ondine,” March 1954



FOLDER : 49.

The Playbill for the Guild Theatre; “The Taming of the Shrew,” October 1935



FOLDER : 50.

The Playbill for the Imperial Theatre; “Call Me Madam,” November 1950



FOLDER : 51.

The Playbill for the National Theatre; “Inherit the Wind,” November 1956



FOLDER : 52.

Thespian Hi-Lites, published by Thespian Talent Fan Club; March 1967



FOLDER : 53.

The TV Collector; October 14, 1982



Memos (by Alan Hewitt)



FOLDER : 54.

Notes for My Memoirs - File and Forget - A White Paper; photocopy, November 23, 1975



FOLDER : 55.

Untitled: memories of My Favorite Martian, carbon, photocopy, 1966



FOLDER : 56.

What Did You Do On Your Birthday - January 21st?; carbon, 1972, updated 1975



FOLDER : 57.

Photocopy of the front page of the New York Tribune for January 21, 1915, Hewitt's birth date



FOLDER : 58.

Program: The Country Wife, Westport Country Playhouse, Westport, Connecticut; 1935



Railroads/Travel



Articles (by Alan Hewitt)



FOLDER : 59.

Eight Cities in Four Days; typescript, carbon, 1966



FOLDER : 60.

European Theatre Diary; typescript, 1955



FOLDER : 61.

The Glacier Express; carbon, 1966



FOLDER : 62.

I Don't Know Switzerland; carbon, undated



FOLDER : 63.

In London, Take the Bus; carbon, undated



FOLDER : 64.

Journey to Yesterday on the “Silverton;” carbon, 1966



FOLDER : 65.

The Old Yieldeth Place to the New; typescript, undated



FOLDER : 66.

Pardonnez-Moi, Sprechen Sie Inglese?; typescript, undated



FOLDER : 67.

To Mexico By Train; carbon, 1966



FOLDER : 68.

Clippings; 1985, undated



FOLDER : 69.

Correspondence; 1957, 1964, 1966, 1971-1972, 1977, 1979, 1981-1982, 1984-1985, undated



Memos (by Alan Hewitt)



FOLDER : 70.

Eight Trains in One Day in Switzerland; typescript, July 14, 1983



FOLDER : 71.

Great Railway Journeys of the World: The 4:52 P.M. Local From Long Island City to Jamaica; photocopy, August 18, 1982



FOLDER : 72.

Let's Not Talk About Railroads; typescript, July 18, 1981



FOLDER : 73.

What Every “Smart” Traveller from New York to White River Should Know Regarding Current Winter Schedule; typescript, January 1, 1982



FOLDER : 74.

Who on the Long Island Railroad is Greedy for Hungarian Food?; typescript, May 28, 1981



FOLDER : 75.

Misc.



Reviews (by Alan Hewitt)



FOLDER : 76.

The Abbey Theatre Players; carbon, November 13, 1934



FOLDER : 77.

Aged 26; carbon, December 28, 1936



FOLDER : 78.

Allure; carbon, October 30, 1934



FOLDER : 79.

The American Ballet; carbon, May 2, 1937



FOLDER : 80.

And Stars Remain; carbon, October 15, 1936



FOLDER : 81.

Anything Goes; carbon, December 20, 1934



FOLDER : 82.

Babes in Arms; carbon, May 2, 1937



FOLDER : 83.

The Band Wagon; typescript, October 3, 1953



FOLDER : 84.

The Barretts of Wimpole Street; carbon, February 27, 1935



FOLDER : 85.

Between Two Worlds; carbon, October 30, 1934



FOLDER : 86.

The Bishop Misbehaves; carbon, March 28, 1935



FOLDER : 87.

Bitter Oleander; carbon, February 13, 1935



FOLDER : 88.

Black Pit; carbon, March 28, 1935



FOLDER : 89.

Blow Ye Winds; carbon, September 28, 1937



FOLDER : 90.

Brother Rat; typescript, December 19, 1936



FOLDER : 91.

Calling All Stars; carbon, December 19, 1934



FOLDER : 92.

The Civic Light Opera Company; typescript, August 7, 1935



FOLDER : 93.

Continental Varieties; carbon, November 14, 1934



FOLDER : 94.

Correspondence; 1935, undated



FOLDER : 95.

The Country Wife; carbon, December 3, 1936



FOLDER : 96.

Dark Victory; carbon, November 13, 1934



FOLDER : 97.

De Luxe; carbon, March 13, 1935



FOLDER : 98.

The Distaff Side; carbon, October 9, 1934



FOLDER : 99.

D'Oyly Carte Opera Company; carbon, October 4, 1934



FOLDER : 100.

Dream Child; carbon, October 2, 1934



FOLDER : 101.

The Farmer Takes A Wife; carbon, November 12, 1934



FOLDER : 102.

The First Legion; carbon, October 10, 1934



FOLDER : 103.

Flowers of the Forest; carbon, April 10, 1935



FOLDER : 104.

Fly Away Home; carbon, January 16, 1935



FOLDER : 105.

George and Margaret; typescript, September 23, 1937



FOLDER : 106.

The Green Pastures; carbon, March 6, 1935



FOLDER : 107.

Harald Kreutzberg; typescript, March 20, 1935



FOLDER : 108.

Jayhawker; carbon, November 12, 1934



FOLDER : 109.

Jumbo; typescript, November 18, 1935



FOLDER : 110.

Laburnum Grove; carbon, January 23, 1935



FOLDER : 111.

Ladies' Money; carbon, November 6, 1934



FOLDER : 112.

The Lady Has A Heart; carbon, September 28, 1937



FOLDER : 113.

Lady MacBeth of Mzensk; carbon, February 7, 1935



FOLDER : 114.

L'Aiglon; carbon, November 12, 1934



FOLDER : 115.

The Last Three Months on Broadway; carbon, April 2, 1935



FOLDER : 116.

The Little Hut; typescript, October 7, 1953



FOLDER : 117.

Living Dangerously; carbon, January 15, 1935



FOLDER : 118.

Lost Horizons; carbon, November 13, 1934



FOLDER : 119.

Lucienne Boyer; carbon, October 4, 1934



FOLDER : 120.

Maria Malibran; carbon, April 10, 1935



FOLDER : 121.

Merrily We Roll Along; carbon, September 1934



FOLDER : 122.

The Moscow Art Players in “Revisor”; carbon, February 19, 1935



FOLDER : 123.

Music; typescript, December 3, 1936



FOLDER : 124.

Noah; carbon, February 19, 1935



FOLDER : 125.

Ode To Liberty; carbon, January 2, 1935



FOLDER : 126.

On Stage; carbon, November 6, 1935



FOLDER : 127.

Orpheus and Eurydice; carbon, January 31, 1935



FOLDER : 128.

Page Miss Glory; carbon, December 19, 1934



FOLDER : 129.

Personal Appearance; carbon, November 6, 1934



FOLDER : 130.

The Petrified Forest; typescript, March 20, 1935



FOLDER : 131.

Petticoat Fever; carbon, March 6, 1935



FOLDER : 132.

“Pinafore” Week; typescript, August 19, 1935



FOLDER : 133.

The Pirates of Penzance; carbon, July 23, 1935



FOLDER : 134.

Point Valaine; carbon, February 25, 1935



FOLDER : 135.

Rain From Heaven; carbon, January 16, 1935



FOLDER : 136.

Romeo and Juliet; carbon, December 25, 1934



FOLDER : 137.

Sadler's Wells Ballet; typescript, September 28, 1953



FOLDER : 138.

Sailors of Cattaro; carbon, December 18, 1934



FOLDER : 139.

The Season To Date; carbon, December 28, 1934



FOLDER : 140.

The Simpleton of the Unexpected Isles; carbon, February 27, 1935



FOLDER : 141.

A Sleeping Clergyman; carbon, October 10, 1934



FOLDER : 142.

A Slight Case of Murder; typescript, October 14, 1935



FOLDER : 143.

Small Miracle; carbon, September 30, 1934



FOLDER : 144.

Stage Door; typescript, October 25, 1936



FOLDER : 145.

Stevedore; carbon, October 3, 1934



FOLDER : 146.

The Strong are Lonely; typescript, September 29, 1953



FOLDER : 147.

Sweet River; typescript, October 30, 1936



FOLDER : 148.

Take A Giant Step; typescript, October 6, 1953



FOLDER : 149.

Theatre Intime of Princeton; carbon, May 2, 1937



FOLDER : 150.

Three Men On A Horse; carbon, February 6, 1935



FOLDER : 151.

Tovarich; carbon, October 22, 1936



FOLDER : 152.

Valley Forge; carbon, December 25, 1934



FOLDER : 153.

A View From the Bridge; typescript, 1955



FOLDER : 154.

We at the Crossroads; carbon, undated



FOLDER : 155.

The Wingless Victory; carbon, December 28, 1936



FOLDER : 156.

Winterset; typescript, October 4, 1935



FOLDER : 157.

Within the Gates; carbon, November 7, 1934



FOLDER : 158.

The Women; carbon, January 4, 1937



FOLDER : 159.

You Can't Take It With You; carbon, December 19, 1936



BOX 18.

Special Correspondents



Ackerman, Harry, and Elinor Donahue Ackerman



FOLDER : 1.

Correspondence; 1973, 1975-1976, 1978-1980, 1983-1984



FOLDER : 2.

Photograph and clipping; undated



Anders, Glenn



FOLDER : 3.

Clippings; 1981



FOLDER : 4.

Correspondence; 1974-1978, undated



FOLDER : 5.

General correspondence; 1974, 1978-1979



General correspondence denotes correspondence about the person named.
Atkinson, Brooks



FOLDER : 6.

Correspondence; 1947, 1970, 1973, 1975



Atwater, Edith, and Kent Smith



FOLDER : 7.

Clippings; 1984-1986



FOLDER : 8.

Correspondence; 1963, 1973, 1976-1977, 1979, 1980, 1982, 1985, undated



FOLDER : 9.

General correspondence; 1985



Bamberger, Theron



FOLDER : 10.

Correspondence; 1943-1945, 1949



Beaufort, John



FOLDER : 11.

Correspondence; 1958, 1962-1966, 1983-1984, undated



Bell, Ralph



FOLDER : 12.

Correspondence; 1961, 1964-1965



Bester, Alfred and Rolly



FOLDER : 13.

Correspondence; 1946, 1953, 1962, 1969, 1982-1984, undated



FOLDER : 14.

Memo: With the Besters in Rome, Vienna and London, or Then Our Hearts were Younger and Gayer; typescript, June 1983



Bissell, Whitner



FOLDER : 15.

Correspondence; 1958, 1971, 1973, 1975-1976, 1978-1985



Bourneuf, Philip, and Frances



FOLDER : 16.

Correspondence; 1943, 1949-1950, 1956, 1959-1961, 1964, 1968, 1970-1979, undated



FOLDER : 17.

Misc.; 1979



Brown, Victoria Bissell, and Bycel, Kathy Bissell



FOLDER : 18.

Correspondence; 1978, 1985-1986



Brustein, Robert



FOLDER : 19.

Clippings; 1940, 1978, 1981



FOLDER : 20.

Correspondence; 1963, 1966, 1971, 1975, 1981-1984, 1986



Chambers, Frances



FOLDER : 21.

Correspondence; 1986



Chase, Ilka



FOLDER : 22.

Correspondence; 1952, 1963, 1971, 1974-1978, undated



Christians, Mady



FOLDER : 23.

Correspondence; 1944, 1947-1948, 1950-1951, undated



Clement, Gail



FOLDER : 24.

Correspondence; 1983-1984



Coe, Richard



FOLDER : 25.

Article: Impossible Interviews, by Richard Coe; in Stagebill, undated



FOLDER : 26.

Brochure: The Little Wonder: Christine Sadler Coe; 1983



FOLDER : 27.

Clippings; 1983-1986, undated



FOLDER : 28.

Correspondence; 1952-1953, 1964, 1969-1970, 1973, 1975-1977, 1980-1986, undated



FOLDER : 29.

Program: Idiot's Delight, in Stagebill, published by the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts; February 1986



FOLDER : 30.

Speech: Untitled; at the American Theatre Association, San Francisco, August 15, 1984, photocopy



FOLDER : 31.

Speech: Untitled; at Great Lakes Shakespeare Festival, Cleveland, undated, photocopy



Conreid, Hans



FOLDER : 32.

Correspondence; 1975, 1981-1982



Cornell, Katherine



FOLDER : 33.

Correspondence; 1937, 1940, 1949, undated



Cotsworth, Staats



FOLDER : 34.

Correspondence; 1962, 1965, 1972, undated



Craven, Babs



FOLDER : 35.

Correspondence; 1979-1984, 1986



Cronyn, Hume, and Jessica Tandy



FOLDER : 36.

Correspondence; 1948, 1950, 1957, 1965-1966, 1977, 1979



Dalton, Doris



FOLDER : 37.

Correspondence; 1980, undated



FOLDER : 38.

General correspondence; 1984



FOLDER : 39.

Obituary, written by Alan Hewitt; carbon, 1984



Danzig, Jerry A.



FOLDER : 40.

Correspondence; 1970, 1976, 1979, 1981, 1986



Darvas, Lili



FOLDER : 41.

Article: Album of Lili, by Stanley Kauffmann; in Michigan Quarterly Review, undated



FOLDER : 42.

Clippings; 1957, 1964-1965, 1968, 1971-1974, undated



FOLDER : 43.

Correspondence; 1957-1965



FOLDER : 44.

Correspondence; 1966-1974, undated



FOLDER : 45.

General correspondence; 1974, 1983, 1985



FOLDER : 46.

Memorial tribute, author unidentified; typescript, undated



FOLDER : 47.

Misc.; 1960, 1964, 1972, undated



Davis, Donald



FOLDER : 48.

Correspondence; 1967, 1977, 1982, undated



DeSantis, Joe



FOLDER : 49.

Correspondence; with photographs, 1984



Downing, Robert



FOLDER : 50.

Clippings; 1971, 1973, 1975



FOLDER : 51.

Correspondence; 1971,1973-1975



Drutman, Irving



FOLDER : 52.

Correspondence; 1976-1977



FOLDER : 53.

Memo: Notes on “Good Company” by Irving Drutman; typescript, 1976, with advance reviews of book



Dryfoos, Orvil E.



FOLDER : 54.

Correspondence; 1957, 1962-1963, undated



Duff, Howard



FOLDER : 55.

Article: How Bad Can He Get?, by Bill O'Halloren; in TV Guide, September 5, 1981



FOLDER : 56.

Correspondence; 1946, 1973, 1977, 1979-1981



Eric, Elspeth



FOLDER : 57.

Correspondence; 1979, 1981-1983, 1985-1986, undated



Ferber, Edna



FOLDER : 58.

Clippings; 1978, undated



FOLDER : 59.

Correspondence; 1941, 1949



Ferrer, Jose



FOLDER : 60.

Correspondence; 1939, 1945, 1948, 1952



Fitch, Louise



FOLDER : 61.

Correspondence; 1978, 1980-1985



Francis, Eugene



FOLDER : 62.

Correspondence; 1965, 1977-1978, 1982, 1985



Friebus, Florida



FOLDER : 63.

Clippings; 1983, 1986



FOLDER : 64.

Correspondence; 1969, 1976, 1978-1984, undated



FOLDER : 65.

Speech: Making A Moral Decision, by Florida Friebus; at Dana Hall School, Wellesley, Mass., 1983



Gates, Larry



FOLDER : 66.

Article: Random Thoughts on Actors' Equity Association, by Larry Gates; typescript, 1978



FOLDER : 67.

Correspondence; 1956-1958, 1962, 1964-1968, 1971, 1973, 1975-1976, 1978-1979



FOLDER : 68.

Correspondence; 1980-1985



Goldsmith, Janet, Henry and Julie



FOLDER : 69.

Correspondence; 1968, 1971-1975, 1978, 1982-1986, undated



FOLDER : 70.

Photographs; 1973



Gordon, Max



FOLDER : 71.

Correspondence; 1937, 1941, 1948-1949



Gordon, Ruth



FOLDER : 72.

Correspondence; 1940, 1942, undated



Gottfried, Martin



FOLDER : 73.

Clippings; 1971



FOLDER : 74.

Correspondence; 1968, 1970-1971, 1976



Gregory, James



FOLDER : 75.

Correspondence; 1979, 1983-1986



Gribble, Harry Wagstaff



FOLDER : 76.

Correspondence; 1935-1939, 1942, with clipping, 1981



Guernsey, Otis, Jr.



FOLDER : 77.

Correspondence; 1974-1979, 1981-1985



Hagen, Uta



FOLDER : 78.

Correspondence; 1939, 1983, 1986, undated



Handley, Alan



FOLDER : 79.

Correspondence; 1980, 1982-1985, undated



Hart, Moss



FOLDER : 80.

Correspondence; 1943, 1948-1949, 1956, undated



Hausner, Jerry



FOLDER : 81.

Clippings; 1984-1986, undated



FOLDER : 82.

Correspondence; 1975, 1977-1979



FOLDER : 83.

Correspondence; 1980-1986, undated



FOLDER : 84.

Misc.; 1984, undated



Hayes, Helen



FOLDER : 85.

Correspondence; 1941, 1949, 1954, 1977, 1979, 1983, 1985, undated



Hayward, Leland



FOLDER : 86.

Correspondence; 1950, 1952-1953



Helburn, Theresa



FOLDER : 87.

Correspondence; 1938, 1940-1941, 1943, 1947, 1952-1953



Heller, Franklin M.



FOLDER : 88.

Correspondence; 1948, 1982



Hewitt, Don



FOLDER : 89.

Clippings; 1981, 1983-1985



FOLDER : 90.

Correspondence; 1971-1972, 1974, 1977-1978, 1980-1981, 1984



Higley, Philo



FOLDER : 91.

Clippings; 1935-1936, 1983



FOLDER : 92.

Correspondence; 1977, 1982-1983



Holm, Celeste



FOLDER : 93.

Correspondence; 1950, 1974-1975, undated



Houseman, John



FOLDER : 94.

Correspondence; 1957, 1981-1983



FOLDER : 95.

Misc.; 1982-1983



FOLDER : 96.

Notes: Notes on “Front and Center” by John Houseman, by Alan Hewitt; photocopy, June 6, 1981



FOLDER : 97.

Notes: Notes to the Author of “Final Dress,” by Alan Hewitt; typescript, holograph, December 26, 1982



Hoyt, John



FOLDER : 98.

Copies of diploma and degree citation, Doctor of Humane Letters, Illinois College, Jacksonville, Illinois; 1983



FOLDER : 99.

Correspondence; 1979-1983, 1985, undated



FOLDER : 100.

Misc.; 1978, 1983, undated



FOLDER : 101.

Photographs; undated



Jacobson, Sol



FOLDER : 102.

Correspondence; 1972-1973, undated



Jaffe, Sam



FOLDER : 103.

Clippings; 1982, 1984



FOLDER : 104.

Correspondence; 1978, 1980-1983, 1985



Jones, Henry



FOLDER : 105.

Clippings; 1984, undated



FOLDER : 106.

Correspondence; 1963, 1965-1966, 1968, 1971-1973, 1975-1979



FOLDER : 107.

Correspondence; 1980-1986, undated



FOLDER : 108.

Memo: Not Necessarily Nostalgia for 1937, by Alan Hewitt; photocopy, July 13, 1983



BOX 19.

Justin, Bunty



FOLDER : 1.

Correspondence; 1969, 1975, 1978-1984, 1986



FOLDER : 2.

Memo: Crazy Californians Look for a New York Apartment, by Alan Hewitt; typescript, photocopy, June 17, 1981



Kanin, Garson



FOLDER : 3.

Correspondence; 1948-1949, 1985



Kanter, Hal



FOLDER : 4.

Correspondence; 1966, 1968, 1977-1980, 1982-1985



Kauffmann, Stanley, and Laura



FOLDER : 5.

Article: Album of Lili, by Stanley Kauffmann; in Michigan Quarterly Review, photocopy, undated



FOLDER : 6.

Article: Album of Mr. Cohen, by Stanley Kauffman; in The American Scholar, Winter 1982/83, photocopy



FOLDER : 7.

Article: Letter to an Actor: The Necessary Injustices of Theatre Criticism, by Stanley Kauffmann; in Theatre International #7 (1982 #3)



FOLDER : 8.

Clippings; 1982, 1985



FOLDER : 9.

Correspondence; 1960, 1965-1966, 1972-1973, 1976, 1979-1986, undated



FOLDER : 10.

Photograph, and press release announcing George Jean Nathan Award for 1972-1973



Kaufman, George S.



FOLDER : 11.

Correspondence; undated



Kazan, Elia



FOLDER : 12.

Correspondence; 1952, 1963, 1968, 1970, 1972, 1977, 1984-1986



FOLDER : 13.

Misc.; 1970, 1982



Kelly, Gene



FOLDER : 14.

Correspondence; 1978



FOLDER : 15.

Memo: How Did “Green Grow the Lilacs” Lead to “Oklahoma”?, by Alan Hewitt; photocopy, August 31, 1978



Kennedy, Arthur (Johnny)



FOLDER : 16.

Correspondence; 1951, 1953, 1979-1986, undated



Kennedy, E. John (Jack)



FOLDER : 17.

Biographical information and list of shows produced or directed by E. John Kennedy; undated



FOLDER : 18.

Correspondence; 1964, 1967, 1970-1979



FOLDER : 19.

Correspondence; 1980-1986



FOLDER : 20.

Photograph; ca. 1977



Knight, Arthur



FOLDER : 21.

Correspondence; 1970-1971, 1975, 1978-1979



Koon, Helene (Pinki)



FOLDER : 22.

Correspondence; 1985-1986



Langner, Lawrence



FOLDER : 23.

Correspondence; 1952-1953



Laufe, Abe



FOLDER : 24.

Article: What Makes Drama Run? (Introduction to Anatomy of A Hit), by Abe Laufe; reprinted in Costerus, Rodopi NV, Amsterdam, 1972, with Hewitt's notes, 1973



FOLDER : 25.

Correspondence; 1973-1982



Lavery, Emmet



FOLDER : 26.

Article: Blowing Gideon's Trumpet, by Emmet Lavery; in American Bar Association Journal, March 1980



FOLDER : 27.

Article: Felix Frankfurter and the Theatre, by Emmet Lavery; reprinted from American Bar Association Journal, December 1965



FOLDER : 28.

Correspondence; 1966-1968, 1971, 1976, 1978-1980, 1982-1985



Lawrence, Jerome, and Robert E. Lee



FOLDER : 29.

Correspondence; 1977, 1982-1983, undated



Lawrence, Robert



FOLDER : 30.

Correspondence; 1961-1963, 1965-1967, 1974, 1977-1981, undated



Lazarus, Paul



FOLDER : 31.

Clippings; 1979, 1981, 1983



FOLDER : 32.

Correspondence; 1983, 1985-1986



Leach, Richard



FOLDER : 33.

Correspondence; 1973, 1975, 1983, 1986, undated



Le Massena, William



FOLDER : 34.

Correspondence; 1965, 1977-1978, 1983



Leslie, Bethel



FOLDER : 35.

Correspondence; 1960, undated



Lewis, Elliott Bruce



FOLDER : 36.

Clippings; 1983



FOLDER : 37.

Correspondence; 1947, 1951-1953, 1958, 1974, 1982, undated



Lewis, Jerry D.



FOLDER : 38.

Correspondence; 1978-1979, 1982-1985, undated



Lindsay, Howard



FOLDER : 39.

Correspondence; 1952, 1958, 1962, 1967, undated



Logan, Joshua, and Nedda



FOLDER : 40.

Correspondence; 1975, 1980, 1982, 1985-1986, undated



Ludwig, William, and Susan



FOLDER : 41.

Correspondence; 1969, 1971-1973, 1976, 1978-1986



Lukas, Paul



FOLDER : 42.

Clippings; 1971



FOLDER : 43.

Correspondence; 1953-1958



FOLDER : 44.

Correspondence; 1960-1965, 1970, undated



FOLDER : 45.

General correspondence; 1970-1972, 1975



FOLDER : 46.

Photographs; 1962, ca. 1971, undated



MacMahon, Aline



FOLDER : 47.

Correspondence; 1975, 1979, 1981



March, Florence Eldridge, and Fredric



FOLDER : 48.

Correspondence; 1939, 1941-1942, 1947, 1950-1951, 1954, 1974, undated



Marden, Adrienne



FOLDER : 49.

Correspondence; 1977-1978



FOLDER : 50.

Obituary, and memorial tribute; 1978



Marshall, Armina



FOLDER : 51.

Correspondence; 1947-1948, 1951-1952, 1954, 1958, 1962-1963, 1977, 1980



FOLDER : 52.

General correspondence; 1983-1984



FOLDER : 53.

Memo: The Astonishing Armina, by Alan Hewitt; photocopy, July 31, 1984



Matthau, Walter



FOLDER : 54.

Correspondence; 1965, 1970, 1981-1982



Mayer, Arthur, and Lillie



FOLDER : 55.

Correspondence; 1969-1982



McCord, Bert



FOLDER : 56.

Correspondence; 1959, 1963-1965, 1971-1978



FOLDER : 57.

Correspondence; 1979-1984, 1986



Miles, William (Billy)



FOLDER : 58.

Article: Making the Summer Theatre Pay, by William Miles; in Theatre Arts Monthly, June 1939, photocopy



FOLDER : 59.

Correspondence; 1939-1940, 1943, 1975-1980, 1982, 1986, undated



FOLDER : 60.

Misc.; 1958, undated



Miller, Arthur



FOLDER : 61.

Clippings; 1965, 1984



FOLDER : 62.

Correspondence; 1977, 1984



Mosheim, Grete



FOLDER : 63.

Correspondence; 1974, 1977, 1980, undated, with clipping, 1986



Moss, Arnold



FOLDER : 64.

Article: “You Are Welcome, Masters, Welcome All,” by Arnold Moss; in The Key Reporter, published by The United Chapters of Phi Beta Kappa, Spring 1984



FOLDER : 65.

Correspondence; 1945, 1949, 1961, 1974, 1976, 1978, 1980-1986, undated



FOLDER : 66.

Misc.; 1980, 1986



Mundy, Clytie Hine, and Meg Mundy



FOLDER : 67.

Correspondence; 1952, 1964, 1967, 1970-1971, 1983, undated



Murdock, Kermit



FOLDER : 68.

Correspondence; 1971, 1979-1980



FOLDER : 69.

General correspondence; 1979-1983



FOLDER : 70.

Memo: Sad Farewell to Kermit Murdock, by Alan Hewitt; photocopy, February 15, 1981, with obituary, carbon, February 13, 1981



Murray, Lyn



FOLDER : 71.

Correspondence; 1983-1986



FOLDER : 72.

List of Murray's credits in radio, TV, films; undated



Nathan, Ruth



FOLDER : 73.

Article: Everything About It Was Appealing, or Confessions of a Failed Quality Publisher, by Ruth Nathan; in Publisher's Weekly, undated



FOLDER : 74.

Correspondence; 1952, 1986, undated



Nelson, Ralph



FOLDER : 75.

Correspondence; 1954, 1957, 1982-1983, 1985-1986, undated



New York Times staff



FOLDER : 76.

Article: Untitled, re: amplification systems in the theatre, by Alan Hewitt; carbon, ca. 1969



FOLDER : 77.

Clippings; 1963, 1970, 1981-1982, 1985



FOLDER : 78.

Correspondence; 1969, 1973, 1975, 1977, 1981-1986



Memos (by Alan Hewitt)



FOLDER : 79.

42nd Street Visited and Revisited; photocopy, May 16, 1982



FOLDER : 80.

How the New York Times (May Have) Counted 85 Broadway Theatres in 1900; photocopy, June 10, 1982



FOLDER : 81.

Notes on Allen Churchill Article, “Recalling the Heyday of the Great White Way” - New York Times, Sunday, January 24, 1982; photocopy, January 24, 1982



FOLDER : 82.

Notes on Frank J. Prial Article, “Can 42nd Street Regain Its Showbiz Glamor?” - New York Times, Sunday, April 18, 1982; photocopy, April 21, 1982



FOLDER : 83.

Only Four Three-Pulitzer Stars in 69 Years; photocopy, May 8, 1986



O'Connor, Carroll



FOLDER : 84.

Clippings; 1979, 1983



FOLDER : 85.

Correspondence; 1965, 1969-1973, 1975, 1977-1979, 1981, 1984-1986, undated



Patterson, Tom and Pat



FOLDER : 86.

Correspondence; 1973-1974, 1977-1978, undated



Phillips, Peter



FOLDER : 87.

Correspondence; 1983-1985



Randall, Tony



FOLDER : 88.

Correspondence; 1956, 1981, 1983-1984



Reid, Frances



FOLDER : 89.

Correspondence; 1961, 1976, 1978-1986, undated



FOLDER : 90.

Memo: The Friends of Walgreen's Drug Store, June 20, 1980 Alumni Notes, by Alan Hewitt; photocopy, 1980



Rinaldo, Frederic I.



FOLDER : 91.

Correspondence; 1934-1937, 1939-1941



Roos, Joanna



FOLDER : 92.

Correspondence; 1986



Royle, Selena



FOLDER : 93.

Clippings; ca. 1975, 1983



FOLDER : 94.

Correspondence; undated



Ryerson, Donald



FOLDER : 95.

Correspondence; 1979, 1983-1986, undated



Samrock, Victor



FOLDER : 96.

Correspondence; 1954, 1985



Savory, Gerald



FOLDER : 97.

Correspondence; 1957-1958, 1975, 1979, undated



Schneider, Anne Kaufman



FOLDER : 98.

Correspondence; 1969, 1977, 1980-1982, 1984-1985, undated



Schulberg, Budd



FOLDER : 99.

Correspondence; 1948, 1980-1982



FOLDER : 100.

Memo: Notes on “Moving Pictures” by Budd Schulberg; photocopy, 1981



Seymour, Anne



FOLDER : 101.

Correspondence; 1954, 1961, 1971-1986, undated



Sherman, Hiram (Chubby)



FOLDER : 102.

Clippings; undated



FOLDER : 103.

Correspondence; 1948, 1959, 1962-1967, 1972-1973, 1975-1976, 1978, 1980, 1983-1984, undated



FOLDER : 104.

Memo: The Barna Ostertag Caper, by Alan Hewitt; typescript, August 1, 1981



Sherwood, Madeline



FOLDER : 105.

Correspondence; 1985-1986



Shumlin, Herman



FOLDER : 106.

Correspondence; 1941-1942, 1957, 1979



Steinbeck, Elaine



FOLDER : 107.

Correspondence; 1969, 1974-1975, 1980, 1982-1985, undated



Stephens, Barbara



FOLDER : 108.

Correspondence; 1980-1981, 1983



Stevens, Morton



FOLDER : 109.

Correspondence; 1953



Stone, Ezra



FOLDER : 110.

Brochure: The David Library of the American Revolution; undated



FOLDER : 111.

Clippings; 1980-1982, 1984-1986, undated



FOLDER : 112.

Correspondence; 1960, 1967, 1969, 1971, 1973-1974, 1976, 1978-1986, undated



FOLDER : 113.

Memo: The Ezra Stones' “Man Who Came to Dinner;” by Alan Hewitt; typescript, August 28, 1976



FOLDER : 114.

Misc.



Swenson, Joan Tompkins



FOLDER : 115.

Correspondence; 1974, 1976-1986, undated, with clipping, undated



BOX 20.

Special Correspondents (cont.) - Talking Books



Special Correspondents (cont.)



Tuttle, Day



FOLDER : 1.

Correspondence; 1937-1938, 1969, 1980-1981, 1983-1984, 1986



FOLDER : 2.

Memo: 22 Weeks of Summer Stock in 1938, by Alan Hewitt; photocopy, August 24, 1983



Van Vechten, Carl



FOLDER : 3.

Correspondence; 1942-1944, undated



FOLDER : 4.

Magazine: Dance Index; September-November 1942



Watts, Richard, Jr.



FOLDER : 5.

Correspondence; 1946, 1949, 1954, 1968, 1972



Webster, Margaret (Peggy)



FOLDER : 6.

Correspondence; 1938, 1941-1942, 1946, 1953, 1963, 1965, undated



Whorf, Richard, and “Tinx”



FOLDER : 7.

Article: For Profit and Pleasure, by Liza Wilson; in The American Weekly, August 4, 1963



FOLDER : 8.

Correspondence; 1937-1939, 1966, 1982-1983, 1986, undated



Wilson, Eleanor D. (Siddy)



FOLDER : 9.

Clippings; 1982, 1984-1986, undated



FOLDER : 10.

Correspondence; 1976, 1979-1986, undated



FOLDER : 11.

Misc.; 1982, 1985



Wilson, John C.



FOLDER : 12.

Correspondence; 1937, 1941, 1948-1949, undated



Windom, William



FOLDER : 13.

Correspondence; 1975, 1985



Windust, Bretaigne



FOLDER : 14.

Correspondence; 1938, 1946-1948, undated



Wolfington, Ignatius (Iggie)



FOLDER : 15.

Clippings; undated



FOLDER : 16.

Correspondence; 1973-1974, 1984-1985



Wouk, Herman



FOLDER : 17.

Correspondence; 1984, 1986



Zolotow, Maurice



FOLDER : 18.

Correspondence; 1958-1959, 1963, 1984



Talking Books



FOLDER : 19.

Affadavits sworn out by Alan Hewitt for the National Labor Relations Board; 1980



FOLDER : 20.

Article: After 228 Talking Books in 16 Years..., by Alan Hewitt; draft, typescript, July 1980



FOLDER : 21.

Article: Babbling Books, by Alan Hewitt; in The New Republic, November 1, 1980, and Letter to the Editor, The New Republic, January 3, 10, 1981



FOLDER : 22.

Brochure: Listening Library Productions; 1975



FOLDER : 23.

Clippings; 1972-1974, 1979-1981, 1984, undated



Correspondence



FOLDER : 24.

1959-1960, 1964-1965, 1967-1969



FOLDER : 25.

1970-1975



FOLDER : 26.

1976-1979



FOLDER : 27.

1980 A-G



FOLDER : 28.

1980 H-W



FOLDER : 29.

1981-1983, 1986, undated, unidentified



FOLDER : 30.

Decisions of the National Labor Relations Board in American Foundation for the Blind, Inc., vs. American Federation of Television and Radio Artists; 1979



FOLDER : 31.

List of books recorded by Alan Hewitt 1963-1979; photocopies, 1969, 1972, 1977, 1979



FOLDER : 32.

Manual: National Library Service for the Blind and Physically Handicapped, Library of Congress, Book Mastering, Specification #300; photocopy, 1981, with memo by Alan Hewitt, carbon, 1981



Memos



FOLDER : 33.

After Recording 228 Titles in 16 Years for the Talking Books Program of the Library of Congress...; typescript, January 22, 1980



FOLDER : 34.

“A Damn'd Defeat Was Made” or It's All Over But the Doubting; typescript, November 2, 1980



FOLDER : 35.

Memorandum on Recording Boswell's “Life of Samuel Johnson;” photocopy, August 20, 1978



FOLDER : 36.

Memories of Talking Books: A Selection of Letters, Mostly From Authors; photocopies, 1980



FOLDER : 37.

A Modest Proposal to Restore Common Sense in the Recording of Talking Books; typescript, June 24, 1980



FOLDER : 38.

The Narrator for Talking Books, Employee or Independent Contractor?; photocopy, October 25, 1980



FOLDER : 39.

Narrators as “Independent Contractors;” typescript, September 11, 1980



FOLDER : 40.

Positive Action at Last; typescript, October 1, 1980



FOLDER : 41.

Recording Talking Books for the Blind; photocopy, February 19, 1980



FOLDER : 42.

The Relationship Between AFTRA and American Foundation for the Blind; typescript, June 3, 1980



Memos (by Alan Hewitt) (cont.)



FOLDER : 43.

Two Calls Today From California; typescript, June 1, 1980



FOLDER : 44.

With All Deliberate Speed - or - Patience and Fortitude; photocopy, December 29, 1980



FOLDER : 45.

Newsletter: Johnsonian News Letter, edited by John H. Middendorf, Philosophy Hall, Columbia University; September 1978



FOLDER : 46.

Notes; 1978-1980, 1984, undated



FOLDER : 47.

Pamphlet: Books for the Blind and Physically Handicapped: A Postscript and an Appreciation, by Howard Haycraft; 4th Revised Edition, reprinted from ALA Bulletin, October 1962



FOLDER : 48.

Pamphlet: A Reporter at Large: The Recorded Companions, by Kevin Wallace; reprinted from The New Yorker, November 3, 1962



Tapes



FOLDER : 49.

Old Possum's Book of Practical Cats, by T. S. Eliot; Direct Recording, undated



FOLDER : 50.

Old Possum's Book of Practical Cats, by T. S. Eliot; R. Warren Recording, undated



FOLDER : 51.

Old Possum's Book of Practical Cats, by T. S. Eliot; Side One and Two, Index at the Beginning, undated



FOLDER : 52.

Old Possum's Book of Practical Cats, by T. S. Eliot; with Introduction and Index at the Beginning, undated



FOLDER : 53.

Talking Books Demo; with Alan Hewitt and other readers speaking, undated



BOX 21.

Theatre History - U.S. Special Services Tour



Theatre History



Articles



FOLDER : 1.

Boothbay's Remarkable Theatre Museum, by Ruth Bains Hartmann; source unidentified, undated



FOLDER : 2.

Letter Home To London, by Alan Hewitt; in Equity Magazine, December 1963



FOLDER : 3.

Like It Is, Man! Professional Theatre Employment 1961-1968, by Alan Hewitt; in Performing Arts Review, Vol. I, No. 4, 1970



FOLDER : 4.

L.A. Legit Will Remember the 70's as the Decade When It Became Second Only to Broadway, by Bill Edwards; in Daily Variety, 46th Anniversary Issue, October 30, 1979



FOLDER : 5.

A Method to Their Madness: A History of the Actors' Studio, by Foster Hirsch; in The New Republic, October 22, 1984



FOLDER : 6.

The Playwright, by Carl R. Mueller; source unidentified, undated



FOLDER : 7.

Playwrights: Take Care in Publishing Your Scripts, by Alan Hewitt, in Dramatists Guild Quarterly, Winter 1976, with photocopy of original manuscript, undated



FOLDER : 8.

Robert Brustein on Theatre: The ANT and the Dragon, by Robert Brustein; in The New Republic, November 28, 1983



FOLDER : 9.

Robert Brustein on Theatre: Freedom and Constraint, by Robert Brustein; in The New Republic, May 6, 13, 1972



FOLDER : 10.

Untitled, by Alan Hewitt; re: alphabetical billing at Center Theatre Group, Mark Taper Forum, Music Center, carbon, 1967



FOLDER : 11.

Untitled, by Alan Hewitt; re: the Professional Resident Theatre Movement, edited typescript, undated



FOLDER : 12.

Why Can't Today's Actors Sing Out?, by Alan Hewitt, in The New York Times Arts and Leisure Section, January 18, 1970, with Letters to the Editor of Drama Mailbag, February 22, 1970



Clippings



FOLDER : 13.

1940-1941, 1943, 1955, 1961, 1964-1966, 1968-1969



FOLDER : 14.

1970-1979



FOLDER : 15.

1980-1986



FOLDER : 16.

Undated



Correspondence



FOLDER : 17.

1942, 1946-1948, 1954, 1957-1958, 1960, 1964, 1966-1967, 1969



FOLDER : 18.

1970-1971, 1973-1975, 1977-1979



FOLDER : 19.

1980-1986



FOLDER : 20.

Undated, unidentified



Magazines



FOLDER : 21.

City Center Arts, A Special Edition of Playbill Magazine; February 1973



FOLDER : 22.

Performing Arts Journal; Spring-Summer 1978



FOLDER : 23.

Performing Arts Review; Vol. I, No. 1, 1969



Memos (by Alan Hewitt)



FOLDER : 24.

The Berkshire Playhouse at Stockbridge in 1939; photocopy, May 28, 1986



FOLDER : 25.

Bernard Shaw's TOO TRUE TO BE GOOD; typescript, February 12, 1977



FOLDER : 26.

Brief Memorandum on the Old Theatre Arts Magazine; photocopy, March 20, 1982



FOLDER : 27.

Can “Private Lives” Still Take It?; typescript, April 25, 1983



FOLDER : 28.

A Critique of Mary C. Henderson's “The City and the Theatre;” photocopy, April 19, 1977



Experimental Theatre



FOLDER : 29.

ANTA Officers and Board of Directors, Experimental Theatre Officers and Corporate Members, from Robert C. Schnitzer: Report on Experimental Theatre's First Season; carbon 1947



FOLDER : 30.

The Experimental Theatre Board, Executive Committee, and Reading Committee; The Officers and Board of ANTA; The Executive Secretary of ANTA; and the ANTA staff, from Alan Hewitt; on the financial report of the Experimental Theatre, mimeograph, 1948



FOLDER : 31.

42nd Street Visited and Revisited; typescript, May 16, 1982



FOLDER : 32.

The Hoped-For “Chain” of Roxy Theatres; typescript, May 24, 1982



FOLDER : 33.

How the Theatre Came to 42nd Street; typescript, October 19, 1977



FOLDER : 34.

How to Feed a Theatregoing Habit; carbon, photocopy, May 8, 1983



FOLDER : 35.

Lillie, the Jersey Lily - And Other Lillleees; typescript, April 3, 1982



FOLDER : 36.

Louise Brooks Describes Bogart As “Failed Broadway Actor;” typescript, June 13, 1982



FOLDER : 37.

Maggie Smith and Brian Bedford in “The Guardsman;” photocopy, January 12, 1977



FOLDER : 38.

Me and the American Theatre Wing; typescript, photocopy, June 3, 1986



FOLDER : 39.

Memorandum on Research Materials; typescript, May 30, 1983



FOLDER : 40.

Notes after Seeing “Nicholas Nickleby;” carbon, November 28, 1981



FOLDER : 41.

Notes: Development of the Director; typescript, September 10, 1978



FOLDER : 42.

Notes on “Broadway's Luckiest House, The Imperial Theatre,” by Dr. Mary C. Henderson, in “The 1982 Tony Awards” Supplement to the New York Times of June 6, 1982; typescript, June 6, 1982



FOLDER : 43.

Notes on Frank J. Prial Article, “Can 42nd Street Regain Its Showbiz Glamor?” - New York Times, April 18, 1982; photocopy, April 21, 1982



FOLDER : 44.

Notes on “Who's Who in the Theatre,” 16th Edition, 1977; photocopy, August 28, 1977



FOLDER : 45.

Not Necessarily Nostalgia for 1937; typescript, July 13, 1983



FOLDER : 46.

Only Four Three-Pulitzer Stars in 69 Years; photocopy, May 8, 1986



FOLDER : 47.

A Parable for the Actors' Fund; photocopy, August 7, 1985



FOLDER : 48.

“Paris Bound” at Stockbridge; typescript, August 12, 1985



FOLDER : 49.

Quick Reminiscence of “Here Today;” photocopy, June 15, 1986



FOLDER : 50.

Remembrances of “Once in a Lifetime;” typescript, August 8, 1978



FOLDER : 51.

Revolving Door Casting: The Season of 1936-1937; photocopy, July 27, 1985



FOLDER : 52.

A Six-Pack of Shows in Just One Weekend; carbon, July 20, 1982



FOLDER : 53.

Some Recent Entertainments; photocopy, April 5, 1982



FOLDER : 54.

Some Reflections on Broadway Theatres; typescript, November 28, 1975



FOLDER : 55.

Starring Maurice Evans with Henry Jones and Arthur Kennedy; typescript, March 4, 1985



FOLDER : 56.

Stock Companies in Washington, D.C. 1908-1917; photocopy, 1976



FOLDER : 57.

Tell Them Who You Are On Your First Entrance; typescript, May 21, 1984



FOLDER : 58.

Thornton Wilder Loved Actors; typescript, photocopy, September 29, 1984



FOLDER : 59.

“Travesties” and “The Importance of Being Earnest;” photocopy, February 8, 1977



FOLDER : 60.

22 Weeks of Summer Stock in 1938; typescript, August 24, 1983



FOLDER : 61.

Untitled; re: “A Chorus Line” and “Rodgers and Hart,” Musicals, carbon, photocopy, May 16, 1975



FOLDER : 62.

With Apologies to Grace Bumbry and Herman Hupfeld; photocopy, April 24, 1982



FOLDER : 63.

Misc.



FOLDER : 64.

Notes; 1975, 1978, 1982, undated



FOLDER : 65.

Program: American Theatre Association 37th Annual Convention, “Cultural Diversity;” August 19-22, 1973, the Americana Hotel, New York City



FOLDER : 66.

Remarks by Alan Hewitt at a Theatre Convention held in New York City; carbon, 1937



Reports



FOLDER : 67.

The Arts as an Industry: Their Economic Importance to the New York-New Jersey Metropolitan Region, by the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, Cultural Assistance Center, Inc.; May 1983



FOLDER : 68.

Theatre Incorporated Has the Honor to Present the Old Vic Theatre Company May 6-June 15, 1946: A Report and a Reaction, by Edward Choate and John F. Matthews; Title page-page v30, mimeograph, 1946



FOLDER : 69.

Theatre Incorporated Has the Honor to Present the Old Vic Theatre Company May 6-June 15, 1946: A Report and a Reaction, by Edward Choate and John F. Matthews; page v31-Appendix 8-9, mimeograph, 1946



U.S. Special Services Tour



FOLDER : 70.

Correspondence; 1958



FOLDER : 71.

Itinerary; 1958



FOLDER : 72.

Misc.



FOLDER : 73.

Newspaper: The Stars and Stripes; July 24, 1958



FOLDER : 74.

Orders; 1958



FOLDER : 75.

Pamphlet: Drama Workshop, STGT Sub Area-Special Services; undated



FOLDER : 76.

Travel voucher and receipts; 1958



BOX 22.

Oversize



The Lunts



FOLDER : 1.

Article: The Lunts Celebrate 25 Triumphant Years; in Life, November 19, 1951



FOLDER : 2.

Article: The Lunts...Make Fun of Married Love; in Life, November 1, 1937



FOLDER : 3.

Article: 200 Years of U.S. Theatre; in Life, November 19, 1951



FOLDER : 4.

Record: Pipe Night at the Players to Honor Alfred Lunt and Lynn Fontanne; The Players, 1963



FOLDER : 5.

Scrapbook; 1940-1944



LIST OF CASSETTE TAPES IN BOX 16, FOLDERS (BOXES) 1 AND 2



BOX 1.

Cassettes



FOLDER : 1.

Alfred Lunt - Interviewed by John Gutman, Metropolitan Opera Broadcast, February 20, 1965



(5 tapes)



FOLDER : 2.

Alfred Lunt Speaks of Alan Hewitt in Interviews, February 5 and March 5, 1969



(1 tape)



FOLDER : 3.

Alfred Lunt and Lynn Fontanne Talk with Anna Crouse and Dorothy Stickney; New York, March 5, 1969



(2 tapes)



FOLDER : 4.

George Bugbee: Alfred Lunt Telling Stories; undated



(1 tape)



FOLDER : 5.

George Bugbee: Lunt/Fontanne; undated



(1 tape)



FOLDER : 6.

George Bugbee, Sue Knapp, Bob Knapp at Genesee Depot, October 12, 1984, Talk with Alan Hewitt;



(1 tape)



FOLDER : 7.

George Bugbee and Sue Knapp; October 15, 1984



(1 tape)



FOLDER : 8.

George Bugbee, October 14, 1984, at Genesee Depot with Alan Hewitt;



(1 tape)



FOLDER : 9.

George Bugbee and Sue Knapp, October 14, 1984, at Genesee Depot, with Alan Hewitt;



(1 tape)



FOLDER : 10.

George Bugbee with Alfred Lunt and Lynn Fontanne; undated



(1 tape)



FOLDER : 11.

Lunt/Fontanne Interview; undated (1-4 of 10 tapes)



BOX 2.

FOLDER : 1.

Lunt/Fontanne Interview; undated (5-10 of 10 tapes)



FOLDER : 2.

Lunt/Fontanne Tribute; undated



(2 tapes)



FOLDER : 3.

Lynn Fontanne Interviewed by George Schaeffer; undated



(1 tape)



FOLDER : 4.

Metropolitan Opera Intermission, March 31, 1984 - Recalling Alfred Lunt; Eleanor Steber, Patrice Munsel, Blanche Thebom, Hewitt Comments



(2 tapes)



FOLDER : 5.

Robert Crawley Interviewed About the Lunts; November 4, 1985



(2 tapes)



FOLDER : 6.

Tribute to the Lunts, Lunt-Fontanne Theatre; November 16, 1983



(3 tapes)



FOLDER : 7.

William LeMassena with Alan Hewitt, Talk About the Lunts; October 4, 1984



(2 tapes)