Guide to the Bella C. Landauer Collection of Eugene O'Neill, circa 1915 - 1941Manuscript MS-1120

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Box: 1, Dates: circa 1915 - 1941

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1. 1st Performance "Emperor Jones" movie; 1a. "Ah! Wilderness" Theatre Guild; 2. Newspaper clipping "Ah! Wilderness" Theatre Guild and Ogunquit Playhouse; 2a. "Ah Wilderness!" Fred Stone - Mass 1940; 3. Advertisement "Ah! Wilderness," "Days Without End"; 4. Advertisement "Ah! Wilderness," "Days Without End"; 5. Emperor Jones; 6. "Hairy Ape" Tamiment Players, 1931; 7. "Hairy Ape" Tamiment Players, 1931; 8. "S.S. Glencaire" Cellar Players, 1933; 9. "The Hairy Ape" National Theatre, Oslo, 1933; 10. "Days Without End" 1st performance Theatre Guild, 1934, Jan 8; 11. "Where the Cross is Made" Brown University, 1934; 12. Eugene O'Neill to Ben De Casseras, letter, ; 13. Eugene O'Neill to Ben De Casseras, letter, ; 14. Eugene O'Neill to Ben De Casseras, letter, 1928; 15. Eugene O'Neill to Ben De Casseras, letter, 1928; 16. Eugene O'Neill to Ben De Casseras, letter, 1929; 17. Eugene O'Neill to Ben De Casseras, letter, 1927; 18. Eugene O'Neill to Mrs. Ben De Casseras, letter, 1929; 19. National Theatre, Oslo, Norway, 1934, "Skjonne ungdom!" Ah Wilderness"; 20. "Emperor Jones" Opera 2nd Performance in Europe, Amsterdam, March 5 1934; 21. Eugene O'Neill to Madelaine Boyd, letter, 1930; 22. "Days Without End" Abbey Theatre, Dublin, 1934; 23. "Ah Wilderness!" El Capitan Theatre, Los Angeles, 1934; 24. Los Angeles newspaper clippings, "Ah Wilderness" 1934; 25. [empty]; 26. "The Great God Brown" Teatro Degli Indipendnti, Rome, 1930; 26b. "Emperor Jones" Hippodrome, New York, 1934; 27. "Emperor Jones" Aeolian Hall, 1934. (Jules Bledsoe) Persmelle; 28. "Desire Under the Elms" Playbox Theatre, Sydney, 1930; 29. "Emperor Jones" Playbox Theatre, Sydney, 1930; 30. "Strange Interlude" Playbox Theatre, 1929; 31. "The Hairy Ape" St. James Hall, Sydney, 1923; 32. "Ah Wilderness!" North Brookfield, 1934; 32b. Eugene O'Neill to Mike Gold, letter, 1925; 33. Eugene O'Neill to Mike Gold, letter, 1925; 33b. Eugene O'Neill to Mike Gold, letter, 1925; 34. Eugene O'Neill to Mike Gold, letter, 1925; 35. Eugene O'Neill to Mike Gold, letter, 1925; 36. "Gold" Repertory Theatre, Adelaide, Australia, 1929; 37. Eugene O'Neill to [Erinn Jo?], letter, 1923; 38. Eugene O'Neill to Al Wilkes, letter, 1921; 39. Eugene O'Neill to Dick Madden, letter, 1932; 40. Handbill distributed on street; 41. "Desire Under the Elms" Der Nye Theatre, Norway, 1935; 42. Autographed brochure of Boni and Liveright's O'neill publications; 43. Postcards to Shane O'Neill and Ben De Casseras, 1929-1931; 44. Eugene O'Neill to Ben De Casseras, letter, 1927; 45. Post card and card to Ben De Casseras, 1928; 46. Eugene O'Neill to Ben De Casseras, letter, 1931; 47. Eugene O'Neill to Ben De Casseras, letter, undated; 48. Eugene O'Neill to Ben De Casseras, letters, 1928-1929; 49. Typed manuscript of O'Neill's forward to "Anathema" by Benjamin De Cessares, 1929; 50. Typed manuscript of O'Neill's forward to "Anathema" by Benjamin De Cessares, 1929; 51. Eugene O'Neill to Ben De Casseras, letters, 1930; 52. Eugene O'Neill to Ben De Casseras and William Griffith, letters, 1921,1927; 53. Eugene O'Neill to William Griffith, letter, 1922; 54. Ah Wilderness!" movie handbill first showing, 1935; 55. Newspaper clipping North China Daily News November 22, 1928; 56. "Oh Wilderness" Stockholm 1935; 56b. "Days Without End" Stockholm 1935; 57. "Days Without End" Stockholm 1935; 58. "Ah, Wilderness!" announcement, Stockholm, 1935; 59. "Ah, Wilderness!" first performance announcement, Stockholm, 1935; 60. "Ah, Wilderness!" announcement, Stockholm, 1935; 61. "Beyond the Horizon" Hedgerow Theatre, Moylan, PA, 1936; 61a. "Ah, Wilderness!" newspaper clipping, 1936; 62. "Ah, Wilderness!" Westminster Theatre, Dublin, 1936; 62a. "Ah, Wilderness!" The Center Theatre, movie program, 1935; 63. Eagles Mere Players, Maplewood, 1940, "Ah, Wilderness" Ambassador Theatre, 1936; 63 a. Eugene O'Neil to Horace Liveright, letter, (typed), 1930; 64. Eugene O'Neill to Mr. Munson, letter 1935; 64a. Eugene O'Neill to Horace Liveright, letter, 1929; 65. Eugene O'Neill to Horace Liveright, letter, undated; 65a. Eugene O'Neill to James Fight, postcard, 1931; 66. "Virginus" programme, James O'Neill, 1895 66a. Eugene O'Neill to Richard Thaddden, postcards, 1928; 67. Eugene O'Neill to Mr. Landon, letter, 1920

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Box: 2, Dates: circa 1915 - 1941

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Eugene O'Neill to T.R. Smith, letter, 1929; O'Neill Photograph; 1. Original manuscript of O'Neill's statement to press related to performance of "Al God's Children"; 2. Original manuscript of O'Neill's statement to press related to performance of "Al God's Children"; 3. Original manuscript of O'Neill's statement to press related to performance of "Al God's Children"; 4. "Desire under the Elms" Svenska Teatern, Helsinki, Finland, 1930-1931; 4a. Eugene O'Neill to Joseph McCarthy (school friend), letter, 1931; 5. Samuel French to Bella Landauer, letter, 1932; 6. "S.S. Glencairn" poster, Princess Theatre, enlarged design used in Princeton program, undated; 7. "The Hairy Ape," "Emperor Jones" Tsukiji-Shogeki-Jo Theater, 1926; 8. "S.S. Glencairn" Provincetown Playhouse, 1928-1929; 9. "Desire under the Elms," "The Ancient Mariner," The Hairy Ape" rehearsal pamphlet, Provincetown Playhouse, 1929-1930; 10. "The Emperor Jones" Provincetown Players, 1920-1921; 10a. "The Emperor Jones" Provincetown Playhouse, 1925; 11. "The Emperor Jones" Provincetown Playhouse, 1924-1925; 12. "The Emperor Jones" Provincetown Playhouse, 1925-1926; 13. "Before Breakfast" Provincetown Playhouse, 1928-1929; 14. "The Great God Brown" Greenwich Village Theatre, 1926; 15. Newspaper clipping, New York Herald Tribune, June 19, 1932; 15a. Newspaper clipping with poem, 1935; 16. Eugene O'Neill's Junior class book containing his "Ivy Ode," Yale, 1932; 16a. Lecture program, Fogg Art Museum, Harvard University, 1934; 17. Clipping "The International O'Neill" American Book Collector, 1932, clipping "Bella Landauer Now Collecting Eugene O'Neill" New York Herald Tribune, 1935, letter to Bella Landauer, 1932; 18. "The Emperor Jones" Tsukij Theatre, 1925, black and white photo postcards; 18a. George Freedley to Bella Landauer, letter with photocopy of program for "Chris,1920," 1940; 19. Shigetaka Nagamuma to Bella Landauer, letter concerning O'Neill plays, 1932; 19a. "Anna Christie" Westminster Theatre, 1936-1937; 20. "Anna Christie" Dublin Gate Theatre, 1930; 20a. "Anna Christie" Riksteatret, Sweden, undated; 21. "Where the Cross is Made" Dublin Gate Theatre, 1930; 21a. Notecard from James O'Neill, 1902; 22. James O'Neill program at the Olympic Theatre, 1900; 22a. Norma Shearer and Clark Gable in "Strange Interlude" movie still, 1932; 23. Newspaper clipping, movie program of 'Strange Interlude" with Norma Shearer and Clark Gable, 1932; 23 a. Norma Shearer and Clark Gable in "Strange Interlude" movie poster, 1932; 24. Norma Shearer and Clark Gable in "Strange Interlude" souvenir program, 1932; 24a. Norma Shearer and Clark Gable in "Strange Interlude" movie still, 1932; 25. Norma Shearer and Clark Gable in "Strange Interlude" movie still, 1932; 26. Norma Shearer and Clark Gable in "Strange Interlude" program with their life stories and story of the film, 1932; 26a. Envelope addressed to Bella Landauer from Russia, 1932; 27. "All God's Children" Kamerny Theatre, Russia, undated; 27a. Postcard addressed to Bella Landauer from Russia, 1932; 28. "Desire under the Elms" Il Teatro dei Torino, Italy, undated; 29."All God' Children," "Desire Under the Elms" Pigalle, Paris 1930; 30. Eugene O'Neill to Kennard McClees, letter, 1927; 31. "In the Zone" Chi Phi Fraternity Players, New Hampshire, 1932; 32. "Morning becomes Elektra" Kybeah-Mapika Theatre, Athens, Greece, 1932; 33. Eugene O'Neill's house in Ridgefield, Connecticut, two photographs, undated; 34. "The Hairy Ape" Tokyo, Japan, 1925; 35. "Anna Christie" photograph, Tokyo, undated; 35a. Eugene O'Neill to Barrett Clark, letter, 1919; 36. Eugene O'Neill to Barrett Clark, letter, 1925; 37. Eugene O'Neill pencil sketch by M. Madigan, undated; 38. Newspaper clipping, The American Spectator, "A Dramatist's Notebook" by Eugene O'Neill, 1932; 39. Newspaper clipping, The American Spectator, 1932; 40. The American Spectator contributors, circa 1932; 41. Newspaper clipping "Memoranda on Masks" by Eugene O'Neill, The American Spectator, 1932; 41 a. "Emperor Jones" sheet music, undated; 42. Newspaper clipping "Second Thoughts" by Eugene O'Neill, The American Spectator, 1932; 42b. "Emperor Jones" announcement, Metropolitan Opera House, 1933; 43. "Emperor Jones" announcement, Metropolitan Opera House, 1933; 43a. Paul Robeson in "The Emperor Jones" movie still, undated; 44. Florence Foster to Bella Landau, letter, 1933; 44a. Paul Robeson in "The Emperor Jones" movie still, undated; 45. "The Emperor Jones" first performance, Metropolitan Opera House program autographed by Laurence Tibbetts, undated; 45a. "The Long Voyage Home" Tsukiji Theatre, Japan, photographs, 1927; 46. "The Long Voyage Home" Tsukiji Theatre, Japan, photographs, 1927; 46a. "The Long Voyage Home" Tsukiji Theatre, Japan, photographs, 1927; 47. "The Long Voyage Home" Tsukiji Theatre, Japan, photographs, 1927; 48. "Morning Becomes Electra" National Theatret, Oslo, Sweden, 1933; 49. Paul Robeson in "The Emperor Jones" movie still, annotated and autographed, 1933

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Box: 3, Dates: circa 1915 - 1941

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Copy of agreement between Eugene O'Neill and Richard Badger, 1924; Newspaper clipping, Herald Tribune, 1937; Eugene O'Neill to Mr. Leigh, letter, 1925, newspaper clippings, 1937 and 1988; A. Eugene O'Neill to David Belasco, letter, 1914; B. Eugene O'Neill to David Belasco, letter typed, 1926; 1. Photo of Eugene O'Neill bust and newspaper clipping, undated; 1a. Program Greenwich Village Theatre, Eugene O'Neill director, undated; 2. Newspaper clipping, undated, Charles E. Rush to Bella Landauer, letter, 1931; 3. "The Emperor Jones" Provincetown Players, 1925, "Bound for Cardiff" Yale University Theatre, 1931; 3a. "The Ancient Mariner" Provincetown Playhouse, 1923-1924; 4. "Anna Christie" The Cellar Players of Hudson Guild, undated; 4a. Andrew Keogh to Bella Landauer, letter, 1928, newspaper clipping, NY Herald Tribune, 1932; 5. Helicon-Yale literary publication, containing Eugene O'Neill poem, 1928; 5b. The Provincetown Players, card; 6. "Round East for Cardiff" Provincetown Players, verified by Frank Shay, undated; 6b. Newspaper clippings, 1931-1932; 7. "Morning Becomes Electra" Guild Theatre, 1931; 8. "Dynamo" Martin Beck Theatre, undated; 8a. "Strange Interlude" The John Golden Theatre, 1929; 9. "Strange Interlude" The John Golden Theatre, 1929; 10. Eugene O'Neill to Richard Madden, note, undated; 10a. "Anna Christie" New Metropolitan Theatre, 1924; 11. "Anna Christie" The Vanderbilt Theatre, 1922; 12. "The Hairy Ape" The Plymouth Theatre, 1922; 12a. "Desire under the Elms" Cohen Theatre, 1924/25; 13. "Desire under the Elms" Daly's Theatre, 1928; 14. "The Great God Brown" advertisement, undated; 15. "The Great God Brown" Greenwich Village Theatre, advertisement, undated; 15a. "The Great God Brown" The Klaw Theatre, 1926; 16. "The Great God Brown" The Klaw Theatre, 1926; 17. "The Hairy Ape" Ambassadors Theatre, 1931; 17a. "In the Zone" The Washington Square Players, 1917; 18. "In the Zone" Ambassadors Theatre, 1930; 19. "The Emperor Jones" Ambassadors Theatre, 1925; 20. "Strange Interlude" Lyric Theatre, London, 1926; 20a. "Beyond the Horizon" New Bijou Theatre, newspaper clipping, 1920; 21. "Beyond the Horizon" New Bijou Theatre, newspaper clippings, 1920; 21a. "Beyond the Horizon" Det Norske Teatret, Norway. 1936-37; 22. "Unter Karibischen Mond" Volksbuehne, Berlin, Germany, 1924/25; 22a. "Alle Kinder Gottes haben Fluegel" Theater am Schiffbauerdam, Germany, 1932; 23. "Alle Kinder Gottes haben Fluegel (Der Neger)" Schauschpielhaus, Leipzig, Germany. 1930; 24. "Unter den Ulmen" Schauschpielhaus, Leipzig, Germany, 1930; 25. "Der Neger" Hamburger Stadttheater, Hamburg, Germany, 1930; 26. "S.S. Glencairn" Stadetische Buehne, Essen, Germany, 1927; 27. "Der haarige Affe" Neues Deutsches Theater, Prague, 1924; 28. "Kaiser Jones" Stadttheather Bochum-Duisburg, Germany, 1925; 29. "Der haarige Affe" Schauspielhaus, Cologne, Germany, 1924; 30. "Der grosse Gott Braun" Staedtische Buehne, Cologne, Germany, 1928; 31. "Anne Crhistie" Theater in der Josefstadt, Vienna, Austria, 1924; 32. "Kaiser Jones" Theater in der Josefstadt, Vienna, Austria, 1926; 33. "Der Neger" Tairoff Moskauer Kammertheater, Neues Wiener Schauspielhaus, Vienna, Austria, 1930; 34. "Der Neger" Neues Wiener Schauspielhaus, Vienna, Austria, 1930; 35. "Strange Interlude" Riviera Theatre, 1932; 36. Richard Madden to David Belasco, letter, 1926, Richard Madden to Bella Landauer, letter, 1932; 36a. "Morning Becomes Electra" newspaper clipping, The Times Literary Supplement, 1932; 37. "Morning Becomes Electra" The Theatre Guild, undated; 37a. Samuel French to Bella Landauer, page 2 of a letter, undated; 38. Listing of German performances of Eugene O'Neill's plays, 1931; 39. "Lazarus Laughed" The Pasadena Community Playhouse, 1928; 39a. "The Great God Brown" Garrick Theatre, undated; 40. "The Great God Brown" Prague, 1928; 41. "Desire under the Elms" Prague, 1925; 42. "The Rope" The Provincetown Players, undated; 43. "The Ancient Mariner" Provincetown, Playhouse, 1923-1924; 44. "The Hairy Ape" The Provincetown Players, 1921-1922; 44a. "S.S. Glencairn" note, undated; 45. "S.S. Glencairn" Experimental Theatre Inc.,1924-1925; 45a. "S.S. Glencairn" Provincetown Playhouse, undated; 46. "S.S. Glencairn" The Barnstormers of Provincetown, 1924; 46 a. "The Long Voyage Home" movie programs, newspaper clipping, cast list, 1940; 47. Eugene O'Neill to Mr. Maxwell, letter, undated, Eugene O'Neill to Miss Ontavia, letter, circa 1918/19; 48. "The First Man" Poland, 1926; 49. "Desire under the Elms" Greenwich Village Theatre, 1924-1925; 50. "All God's Chillun" The Gate Theatre Studio, undated; 51. Eugene O'Neill to Dick, letter, 1929; 52. Eugene O'Neill to Dick, letter, 1932; 53. Walter R. Benjamin Autographs to Bella Landauer, receipt, 1954; 54. Eugene O'Neil to John Barrymore, letter, 1925

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Box: 4, Dates: circa 1915 - 1941

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Sketch of Eugene O'Neill by Baldridge; Eugene O'Neill to Harry Weinberger, letter, undated; Louis Sheaffer to Elisabeth M. Sherrard, letter, 1960; 1. Eugene O'Neill to Richard Madden, letter, Bermuda 1925; 2. Eugene O'Neill to Richard Madden, letter, Bermuda 1925; 2a. Eugene O'Neill to Mike Gold, letter, 1924; 3. "Welded" Thirty Ninth Street Theatre, 1924; 4. "Marco Millions" Liberty Theatre, 1930; 4a. "Marco Millions" The Marionette Guild, 1938; 5. "Gold" Frazee Theatre, 1921; 5a. Eugene O'Neill to Horace Liveright, letter, 1929; 6. Eugene O'Neill to Barret Clark, letter, undated, Barret Clark to Bella Landauer, letter, 1932; 6b. Eugene O'Neill to Horace Liveright, letter, 1929; 7. "Michel Auclair" by Charles Vildrac, Experimental Theatre, Inc., 1924-1925; 7a. Eugene O'Neill to Horace Liveright, letter, typed, Page 1, 1929; 8. "Adam Solitaire" by Em Jo Basshe, Provincetown Playhouse, 1925-1926, Eugene O'Neill to Em Jo Basshe, letter, 1921; 8b. Eugene O'Neill to Horace Liveright, letter, typed, Page 2, 1929; 9. The Provincetown Players schedule, 1915-1929; 10. "Lazarus Laughed" Pasadena Community Playhouse, 1929; 11.Eugene O'Neill to Richard Madden, letter, 1925; 12. "All God's Children" Det Norske Teatret, Oslo, Norway, 1931-1932; 13. "Anna Christie" Central Teatret, Oslo, Norway, 1923-1924; 14. Gunnar Horn to Bella Landauer, letter, 1932; 15. "S.S. Glencairn" Princess Theatre, 1925; 15 a. "S.S. Glencairn" Garrick Theatre, 1929; 16. "S.S. Glencairn" The Provincetown Barnstormers, 1924; 17. "All God's Chillun got Wings" Provincetown Playhouse, 1923-1924; 17a. "The Olneys Present Ten Stage Successes, Ridgeway Theatre, 1939, The Country Playhouse, undated; 18. "The Emperor Jones" Provincetown Playhouse, 1923-1924; 18a. The Wharf Theatre of Provincetown, 1939, Neil McFee Skinner to Bella Landauer, letter 1939; 19. Frank Shay to Harry Stone, letter, 1932; 20. "Der haarige Affe" Braunschweiger Landestheater, Germany, 1925; 21. "Strange Interlude" photo, Judith Andersen, Warburton Gamble, Tom Powers, undated; 22. "The First man" The Neighborhood Playhouse of the Henry St. Settlement, 1922; 23. Eugene O'Neill caricature by Wm. Ruerbach Levy, photograph, undated; 23a. "The Emperor Jones" The Olneys, Ridgeway Theatre, 1939; 24. "Emperor Jones" Experimental Theatre, 1924-1925, The Provincetown Players, 1920; 24a. "Anna Christie" Country Playhouse, Westport, 1939; 25. "Anna Christie," Kungl. Dramatiska Teatern, Stockholm, Sweden, 1928 "Strange Interlude" K. Dramatiska Teatern, Stockholm, Sweden, 1923; 26. "Exorcism" The Provincetown Players, 1919-1920; 26a. "Diff'rent" New York State Federal Theatre Project, circa 1920; 27. "Diff'rent" Selwyn Theatre, 1920-1921, The Provincetown Players, 1920-1921; 27 a. "Diff'rent" New York State Federal Theatre Project, circa 1920; 28. "The Spook Sonata" by August Strindberg, Provincetown Playhouse, 1923-1924; 28a. "Morning Becomes Electra" Westminster Theatre, 1937-1938, newspaper clipping, undated; 29. "Morning Becomes Electra" Colonial Theatre Company of Boston, 1932, newspaper clipping, 1932; 29b. "Morning Becomes Electra" photo, 1932; 30. "Morning Becomes Electra" photo, 1932; 30a. "Morning Becomes Electra" graphic novelization, 1932; 31. "Morning Becomes Electra" Alvin Theatre, 1932; 31a. "Strange Interlude" Quincy Theatre, 1930; 32. "Strange Interlude" Det Kongelige Theaters, Copenhagen, Denmark, 1929-1930, newspaper clipping, 1933; 33. "The Dreamy Kid," "Emperor Jones" Festival Theatre, Cambridge, 1928; 34. "The Fountain" Greenwich Village Theatre, 1925-1926; 35. "The Moon of the Caribbees" Provincetown Players, 1920-1921; 36. "Diff'rent" Experimental Theatre, 1924-1925; 37. "Where the Cross is Made" Provincetown Players, 1919-1920; 38. "The Rope" Provincetown Players, 1919; 39. "Bound East for Cardiff" Provincetown Players, 1919; 40. Drama Calendar, "The Theatre and Art," New York Drama League, 1922; 41. Drama Calendar, "Stagecraft for Amateurs," New York Drama League, 1922; 42. Drama Calendar, "Evolution Two View Points," New York Drama League, 1922; 43. "Recent Tendencies in the Theatre" by Douglas MacMillan, University of North Carolina, 1923; 44. "'Ile" Greenwich Village Theatre, 1917, newspaper clipping, 1937; 45. "Where the Cross is Made" Provincetown Players, 1918; 46. "'Ile" Provincetown Players, 1917; 46a. "Eugene O'Neill's Four One Act Plays" Lafayette Theatre, Federal Theatre Project for New York City, 1937; 47. "The Moon of the Caribees" Provincetown Players, 1918, newspaper clipping, 1940; 47a "Eugene O'Neill's One Act Plays of the Sea" Federal Theatre, Federal Theatre Project for New York City, undated; 48. Four Announcements to Associate Members, The Provincetown Players, 1919; 49. Advertisement Provincetown Playhouse, 1919; 50. Advertisement Provincetown Playhouse, 1918-1924; 51. "S.S. Glencairn" Punch and Judy Theatre, undated; 51a. Journal clipping, The New Yorker, 1933; 52. Newspaper clippings and autograph of Louis Gruenberg, composer of Emperor Jones, 1932; 52 a/53. "All God's Children" Koiton Naeyttaemoe, Helsinki, Finland, 1931; 54. "All God's Children" Tampereen Teatteri, Helsinki, Finland, undated; 55. "All God's Children" Neekeri Tampere, Finlandundated; 56. "Anna Christie" advertisement, TURKV, Finland, 1924-1925; 57. "Anna Christie" Kansallis Teatteri, Helsinki, Finland, 1925; 57a. Newspaper clipping, 1940; 58. "Desire Under the Elms" Kansallis Teatteri, Helsinki, Finland,1931; 59. "Desire Under the Elms" Kansa Llisteatterin, Helsinki, Finland, 1931; 59a. "Emperor Jones'" "The Dreamy Kid" 52nd Street Theatre, undated; 60. "The Dreamy Kid" Provincetown Players, 1919-1920; 60a. "Mourning Becomes Electra" New Theatre, London, undated; 61. "Mourning Becomes Electra" advertisement, undated; 61a-64b. Index of pages , volumes, plays listed geographically List of letters on back cover; Miscellaneous programs Provincetown Players

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