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

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Title:

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

Call Number:

Manuscript MS-1120

Collection Dates:

circa 1915 - 1941

Size of Collection:

5 volumes ; 31 cm.

Abstract:

Contains 5 scrapbooks related to American playwright Eugene O'Neill. Includes playbills, letters, clippings, photographs and advertisements.

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Introduction to the Collection

Contains 5 scrapbooks, containing playbills, clippings, photographs, programs, memorabilia, and original correspondence relating to the publication and staging of the works of O'Neill. The O'Neill letters are to various personal and professional associates discussing the writing, publication and staging of his plays. Also includes O'Neill's typescript of his introduction to Benjamin De Casseras' Anathema and a Ms draft of his statement to the press concerning "All God's Children."

Each scrapbook contains an index to its contents.

Biography

Bella C Landauer (1874-1960). Noted collector of autographs and ephemera.

Box & Folder List

Box: 1, Dates: circa 1915 - 1941

Scrapbook index with page numbers:

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

Scrapbook index with page numbers:

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

Scrapbook index with page numbers:

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

Scrapbook index with page numbers:

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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Box: 5

Scrapbook related to Eugene O'Neill

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