Budd Schulberg papers, 1913-2014 Rauner Manuscript MS-978

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Series: 4, Writings, 1915-2006

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Box: 46, Articles by Budd Schulberg, 1915-2000

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  • Folder: 1, “American Ideals,” typescript, undated
  • Folder: 2, “Anatomy of an Oscar,” typescript, 1998
  • Folder: 3, Essays and notes on a trip to the Soviet Union as a college student, typescript, undated
  • Folder: 4, “The Best Gatsby,” in the “New York Times”, 1975
  • Folder: 5, “Bogart,” by, handwritten draft, undated
  • Folder: 6, “Budd Schulberg Recalls That Night in L.A.,” by in "Chicago Tribune", 1969
  • Folder: 7, “Harry Cohn,” book review, handwritten draft, undated
  • Folder: 8, “A Column on Etiquette for this Week," typescript, undated
  • Folder: 9, “Confessions of a Hollywood Childhood” in “New York” Magazine, 1965
  • Folder: 10, “Confessions of an Ex-Fight Manager”, 2000
  • Folder: 11, “Dear Muffo”, undated
  • Folder: 12, Edited drafts for “New Choices for Retirement Living,” typescript, 1980-1995
  • Folder: 13, “A Defense of the Wink," typescript, undated
  • Folder: 14, “The Do- It Yourself Islands: Vieques and Culebra,” typescript, undated
  • Folder: 15, “Everglades,” handwritten draft excerpts, MS, undated
  • Folder: 16, “Everglades,” Introduction, galley proof, undated
  • Folder: 17, “Everglades,” galley proof, 1983
  • Folder: 18, “Everglades: The Irreplaceable," handwritten draft, undated
  • Folder: 19, Eulogy for Sharon Goldman, typescript, undated
  • Folder: 20, Schulberg on Douglas Fairbanks Jr. with correspondence, undated
  • Folder: 21, “Father John Knows the Score," typescript, undated
  • Folder: 22, “Fatherhood- the Second Time Around," handwritten draft, 1996
  • Folder: 23, “A Film Historian and Novelist/Screenwriter Remember: What 80 Million Women Want," typescript, undated
  • Folder: 24, “Ava” [Gardner],handwritten draft, undated
  • Folder: 25, Handwritten drafts of articles by Budd Schulberg, undated
  • Folder: 26, Handwritten drafts by Budd Schulberg, undated
  • Folder: 27, Schulberg on Hannukah, typescript, undated
  • Folder: 28, “Hollywood: A Look Before and After," typescript, 1963
  • Folder: 29, “Hollywood Novels (Literature)," typescript, 1940
  • Folder: 30, Introductions for and commentary on works by others, 1949-1994
  • Folder: 31, “Introductions to Collected Poems by Bob Nystedt," typescript, undated
  • Folder: 32, “Introducing…Harold “Muff” Conrad…," typescript, undated
  • Folder: 33, “Doin’ It Right: Foreword," typescript, 1987
  • Folder: 34, “Introduction to the New Izenberg Collection," typescript, undated
  • Folder: 35, “Introduction: Lambuth’s ‘Golden Book of Writing," typescript, 1964
  • Folder: 36, “Introduction to ‘From the Terrace’ by John O’Hara," typescript, 1993
  • Folder: 37, Introduction to ‘The Prizefighters’ by Arlene Schulman," typescript with correspondence, 1994
  • Folder: 38, Introduction to ‘The Fall and Rise of Jimmy Hoffa’ by Walter Sheridan," typescript, undated
  • Folder: 39, “(Isla Mujeres) The Mexican Caribbean," typescript, 1989
  • Folder: 40, Isla Mujeres trip diary, handwritten draft, undated
  • Folder: 41, “Tribute to Elia Kazan," typescript, undated
  • Folder: 42, Robert F. Kennedy and the Schulberg Report materials, 1969
  • Folder: 43, “Stick Around-We’ll Talk Later, A Personal Reminiscence” [on RFK], typescript, 1969
  • Folder: 44, Schulberg on Kramer and Hollywood, handwritten draft, undated
  • Folder: 45, “Let’s Hear it for the Solomons," with catalogues, 1984-1986
  • Folder: 46, “The Life and Times of George Melies” Certification and registration with the Author’s League of America, 1948
  • Folder: 47, “Literature of the Film: The Hollywood Novel”, undated
  • Folder: 48, “The Little Prince: Good Hit, No Field”, undated
  • Folder: 49, “Long Before the Instant Replay”, 1974
  • Folder: 50, “A Los Angeles Sportsman’s Notebook", handwritten draft, undated
  • Folder: 51, “Mexico” handwritten draft pages, undated
  • Folder: 52, “Misadventures in the Film Trade: Four Screenplays Unproduced and Why” by Budd Schulberg, typescript, undated
  • Folder: 53, Clippings, 1915-1979
  • Folder: 54, Clippings, 1980-1999
  • Folder: 55, Miscellaneous Notes, undated

Box: 47, Articles by Budd Schulberg, 1938-1996

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  • Folder: 1, “More Anger in the Wings” in Life Magazine, typescript, 1970
  • Folder: 2, “Movies in America: After Fifty Years”, 1947
  • Folder: 3, “I Hate People” for Muscular Dystrophy flyer, undated
  • Folder: 4, “My Very Own Olympic Games," handwritten draft and typescript, undated
  • Folder: 5, “Natural Superiority - of Women," typescript, undated
  • Folder: 6, “Nazi Pin-Up Girl," typescript, 1986
  • Folder: 7, Article typescript drafts for “Newsday”, 1977-1986
  • Folder: 8, “Newsday” articles and press releases, 1969
  • Folder: 9, “Newsday” Columns, typescript, 1953
  • Folder: 10, Handwritten notes, undated
  • Folder: 11, Notes for Article in “New Choices in Retirement Living” with correspondence, undated
  • Folder: 12, “Olympic Boxing ‘88," typescript, 1988
  • Folder: 13, “ On Writing for T.V. Guide," typescript, undated
  • Folder: 14, “Passage: Catholic Charities/Parish Outreach,” newsletters with correspondence, 1991
  • Folder: 15, “Passport to Nowhere” in “Story”, 1938
  • Folder: 16, Permission letter in Spanish, 1944
  • Folder: 17, “The Prince of Conformity," typescript, 1951-1952
  • Folder: 18, “Private Lagoons, Ancient Ruins”, 1989
  • Folder: 19, “Requiem for William Faulkner," typescript, undated
  • Folder: 20, “On Film” Magazine, 1970
  • Folder: 21, “Country Lawyer," review of Faulkner, typescript, undated
  • Folder: 22, “These for the Love of Zelda”, undated
  • Folder: 23, “No Small Immortality," review of Fitzgerald’s “Notebooks,” typescript, 1978
  • Folder: 24, Review of Kazan’s “A Life," typescript, 1988
  • Folder: 25, “Quick Silver Fame," review of Jay Kennedy’s “Prince Bart”, 1953
  • Folder: 26, “The Classic Quest of ‘Sir John Steinbeck," review of Kiernan’s “Intricate Music” and Fensch’s “Steinbeck and Covici”, 1979
  • Folder: 27, Review of Aaron Latham’s “Crazy Sundays," typescript, undated
  • Folder: 28, “War enriched Irwin Shaw’s wok, new collection shows," review of Shaw’s “Act of Faith”, 1946
  • Folder: 29, “Do TV’s Creators Have a vertical hold on Americas?" review of Stein’s “View from Sunset Boulevard,” typescript, 1979
  • Folder: 30, “Sailing in the River of Grass”, 1983
  • Folder: 31, “Schulberg’s ‘Sammy’ as a Role Model for Our Time”, 1987
  • Folder: 32, “See You at Dane’s,"typescript, undated
  • Folder: 33, “Senor Discretion Himself” by Frank Loesser and Culture Clash based on short story by Budd Schulberg, tribute to Loesser (with audio cassette) and correspondence, undated
  • Folder: 34, Sinatra, Frank and Barbara: Research notes, clippings and photographs, 1986-1993
  • Folder: 35, Schulberg on Steinbeck, “A Lion in Winter”, 1969
  • Folder: 36, “John Steinbeck: Discontented Lion in Winter”, 1969
  • Folder: 37, “Irving Stone: Horatio Alger Goes to Arles..Rome..Vienna," typescript, undated
  • Folder: 38, “The Swans on Our Lawn," typescript, undated
  • Folder: 39, “Thank God, It’s Sweet Tuesday”, 1981
  • Folder: 40, Schulberg on Lee Thompson (fragments), handwritten draft, undated
  • Folder: 41, “Birdie Faye-Hollywood Gangster," with correspondence from “True” Magazine, 1975
  • Folder: 42, Schulberg on Sherry Lansing, typescript drafts, 1980
  • Folder: 43, “Tales from the Hollywood Hills,"handwritten draft and typescript, 1987
  • Folder: 44, Untitled typescript regarding the Screen Writers Guild, undated
  • Folder: 45, “Van Leer Unlimited-A Profile of Oscar Van Leer: A Man and His Vision," typescript, undated
  • Folder: 46, “Verfuehrung Auf Mexikanisch” in German for German edition of “Playboy” Magazine, 1973
  • Folder: 47, “A Want of Happiness," typescript, 1973
  • Folder: 48, “We Fought in the Last Good War," handwritten draft, 1981
  • Folder: 49, “What Ails Dan Quayle," typescript, 1992
  • Folder: 50, “What Can Hollywood Teach Us About Success?," typescript, 1989-1990
  • Folder: 51, “What Ever Happened to the Cock-eyed Optimist," rough draft, typescript, 1992
  • Folder: 52, “What 80 Million Women Want," typescript and handwritten draft, undated
  • Folder: 53, “Where Are You Now, Holly Mims?” typescript, undated
  • Folder: 54, “Why I Write in New York”, 1992
  • Folder: 55, “What Future for the Port?” typescript, 1954-1955
  • Folder: 56, “What Makes Sammy Run? Revisited," typescript, 1987
  • Folder: 57, “Why Write It When You Can’t Sell It to the Pictures”, 1955
  • Folder: 58, “Williams on the East End," typescript, letter to the editor of Hamilton Chronicle, 1988
  • Folder: 59, “You Say Auteur, I Say Author”, 1990
  • Folder: 60, Writing fragments, unidentified, undated
  • Folder: 61, "Remembering Kurt Vonnegut, 1922-2007," handwritten draft, undated
  • Folder: 62, "James Jones," handwritten draft fragment, undated
  • Folder: 63, "The Coast is Clear," printout with notes, 1980
  • Folder: 64, "Mankind," fragment, typescript, 1984
  • Folder: 65, "The Fall and Decline of Hollywood," handwritten draft, undated
  • Folder: 66, "The Sound and Fury...," handwritten draft, undated
  • Folder: 67, "Thoughts While Studying a Photo of Herman Goering," print out with e-mail correspondence and research, 2007
  • Folder: 68, "Knowing John O' Hara," handwritten draft and print out, undated
  • Folder: 69, Handwritten notes on Tommy Dorsey, undated

Box: 49, Short Stories by Budd Schulberg, 1934-1976

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Short Stories by Budd Schulberg

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  • Folder: 1, “A Child is Born”, undated
  • Folder: 2, “Art Comes to Hollywood”, undated
  • Folder: 3, “A Very Short Digest of a Very Long Novel”, undated
  • Folder: 4, “Barracudas, undated
  • Folder: 5, “The Bell of Tarchova”, undated
  • Folder: 6, “ The Breaking Point”, undated
  • Folder: 7, “ Busman’s Holiday”, undated
  • Folder: 8, “But Once a Year” (Early Version of “My Christmas Card”, undated
  • Folder: 9, “Career”, undated
  • Folder: 10, “The Celebrity” aka “See Sheldon Dicks”, 1952
  • Folder: 11, Introduction MS to Short Story Book, undated
  • Folder: 12, “Love Letters for Sale” (Published as “Collector’s Items”, undated
  • Folder: 13, “Corny”, undated
  • Folder: 14, “Counter Intelligence in Mexico City”, undated
  • Folder: 15, “Crowd Pleaser”, undated
  • Folder: 16, “Cute Kid” aka “Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star”, undated
  • Folder: 17, “The Dare”, undated
  • Folder: 18, “Don’t Get in NO Trouble”, undated
  • Folder: 19, “Don’t Think About McGovern”, 1945
  • Folder: 20, “Eddie Buys a Car” aka “Proceed at Your Own Risk”, undated
  • Folder: 21, “Ensign Weasel, Military Man”, undated
  • Folder: 22, “The Face of Hollywood”, undated
  • Folder: 23, Fragments, typescript, undated
  • Folder: 24, “ A Free Man”, 1955
  • Folder: 25, Friends Magazine, 1976
  • Folder: 26, “The Funny Part is…, undated
  • Folder: 27, “Hero, a la Carte”, undated
  • Folder: 28, “Hollywood Doctor”, 1941
  • Folder: 29, “Hollywood Ghost”, undated
  • Folder: 30, “Hollywood Post- Laureate”, 1939
  • Folder: 31, “Hollywood’s White Hope”, undated
  • Folder: 32, “The Howling Dogs of Taxco” aka “Adventures in Archeology”, undated
  • Folder: 33, “I’ll Take Care of It”, 1937
  • Folder: 34, “Incident in the Gulf", undated
  • Folder: 35, “Incident on Maple Drive", undated
  • Folder: 36, “Incident of Fort Apache", undated
  • Folder: 37, “Kid Chocolate”, undated
  • Folder: 38, “A Latin from Killarney”, 1966
  • Folder: 39, “A Legend that Walks Like a Man”, undated
  • Folder: 40, “Letter of Resignation”, undated
  • Folder: 41, “The Leader is the People”, undated
  • Folder: 42, “Life is Sure Funny”, undated
  • Folder: 43, “Like Old Times”, undated
  • Folder: 44, “Listen My Children”, undated
  • Folder: 45, “Love Comes to Sammy Glick”, undated
  • Folder: 46, “Lovelier than Ever”, undated
  • Folder: 47, “The Manly Art” with agreement between Schulberg and Random House, 1956
  • Folder: 48, “The Manly Art III”, 1946
  • Folder: 49, “Meal Ticket”, undated
  • Folder: 50, “Memory in White”, undated
  • Folder: 51, “Miner’s Cap”, 1934
  • Folder: 52, “The Most Romantic Couple in Town", undated
  • Folder: 53, “ Mr. Pettibone: An Industrial Fairytale”, undated
  • Folder: 54, “None but the Brave” with John Slott, undated
  • Folder: 55, “Old Ballad, Off Key”, 1936
  • Folder: 56, “Old Whiskers and Young Nick”, undated
  • Folder: 57, Untitled, undated

Box: 50, Short Stories by Budd Schulberg, 1936-1941

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  • Folder: 1, “On Tenth Avenue on the Banks of the Ganges, undated
  • Folder: 2, “The One He Called Winnie”, undated
  • Folder: 3, “The One Read Talent Since Fitzgerald”, undated
  • Folder: 4, “Parting is Such Sweet Sorrow, HOY HOY HOY”, 1939
  • Folder: 5, “Passage from Bordeaux”, 1941
  • Folder: 6, “Post Cards Limited”, undated
  • Folder: 7, “The Pride of Tony Calucci”, 1941
  • Folder: 8, “Proceed at your Own Risk”, undated
  • Folder: 9, “The Real Viennese Schmalz, undated
  • Folder: 10, “The Reluctant Pilgrim”, 1984
  • Folder: 11, “The Reluctant Pilgrim” revision, undated
  • Folder: 12, “Say Goodnight to Own”, 1955
  • Folder: 13, “Senor Discretion Himself,” with correspondence, undated
  • Folder: 14, “Shirley and Billy the Kid”, 1976
  • Folder: 15, “Something Borrowed”, undated
  • Folder: 16, “Spotlight”, undated
  • Folder: 17, “Spring Song”, undated
  • Folder: 18, “The Strange and Democratic Obidiah Flagg”, undated
  • Folder: 19, “Sunset Boulevard” (unfinished Novella), undated
  • Folder: 20, “A Table at Ciro’s, undated
  • Folder: 21, “True Love in North Platte, Nebraska”, undated
  • Folder: 22, “ The Typical Gesture of Colonel Duggans”, 1946
  • Folder: 23, “The Upwardly Mobile Officer Gonzales, undated
  • Folder: 24, “ What’s D ‘n’ D?”, undated
  • Folder: 25, “Yoo Hoo, Tyrone”, 1939
  • Folder: 26, “You Have to be Respectable”, 1936
  • Folder: 27, “ Young Love, Action, Music and Laughter.”, undated
  • Folder: 28, “Your Arkansas Traveler”, undated
  • Folder: 29, “Yuletide Forecast: Cloudy but Clearing”, undated
  • Folder: 30, “Epic,” novel fragment, undated
  • Folder: 31, Fragments, undated
  • Folder: 32, “Our White Deer”, undated
  • Folder: 33, “Passport to Nowhere”, 1938
  • Folder: 34, “S. Claus and his Troubles”, 1947
  • Folder: 35, “The Docks of New York” (“Murder on the Waterfront”), 1956
  • Folder: 36, “The Man Who Hated 5 O’ Clock”, 1948
  • Folder: 37, “Call Me Pussy”, 1934
  • Folder: 38, “The Collector’s Item”, undated
  • Folder: 39, "The West Coast of Mexico," copy for Susan Mazaltan, undated
  • Folder: 40, "The West Coast of Mexico," uncut version for "Holiday", undated
  • Folder: 41, "The West Coast of Mexico", undated
  • Folder: 42, "The West Coast of Mexico," onion skin, undated

Box: 51, Writings on F. Scott Fitzgerald, 1938-1998

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  • Folder: 1, “Knowing Scott,” MS notes, 1992
  • Folder: 2, Untitled speech for F. Scott Fitzgerald Centenary, University of Carolina, typescript, 1996
  • Folder: 3, Untitled speech draft for F. Scott Fitzgerald Conference, typescript, 1994
  • Folder: 4, “Memories of Scott,” typescript, 1992
  • Folder: 5, “Knowing and Working with F. Scott Fitzgerald,” Keynote Address at F. Scott Fitzgerald Conference, Hofstra University, typescript, 1992
  • Folder: 6, Collection of Fitzgerald material written by Budd Schulberg, typescript and printed for “The Poor Son of a Bitch”, undated
  • Folder: 7, “No Small Immortality,” book review by Budd Schulberg of “The Notebook of F. Scott Fitzgerald,” edited by Matthew J. Bruccoli, typescript and printed, undated
  • Folder: 8, “Fitzgerald as Perfectionist,” book review by Budd Schulberg of “The Great Gatsby” edited by Matthew J. Bruccoli, typescript and printed, 1973
  • Folder: 9, “Fitzgerald: The Perfecting of Gatsby,” typescript, undated
  • Folder: 10, “Sun,” book review by Budd Schulberg of “The Crack Up” by F. Scott Fitzgerald with correspondence, 1945
  • Folder: 11, Untitled book review by Budd Schulberg of “Flappers and Philosophers” by F. Scott Fitzgerald, typescript, undated
  • Folder: 12, “Never Deal From The Bottom of a Decade,” typescript, undated
  • Folder: 13, “No Second Acts in American Lives?” typescript, 1998
  • Folder: 14, “Scott Fitzgerald on Television,” MS and typescript, undated
  • Folder: 15, “Tender is the Night-A Reappraisal,” typescript, undated
  • Folder: 16, Untitled article on F. Scott Fitzgerald, typescript, 1942
  • Folder: 17, "The Final Triumph is Fitzgerald's," printed article, undated
  • Folder: 18, “Winter Carnival,” screenplay, 1938
  • Folder: 19, “Winter Carnival,” film continuity breakdown, 1939
  • Folder: 20, “Winter Carnival Revisited,” typescript, 1974
  • Folder: 21, “Introduction to ‘Babylon Revisited’,” typescript, 1993
  • Folder: 22, “Babylon Revisited” by F. Scott Fitzgerald, screenplay with Introduction by Budd Schulberg, galley proofs, 1993
  • Folder: 23, “Babylon Revisited” by F. Scott Fitzgerald, original screenplay, 1940
  • Folder: 24, “Babylon Revisited” by F. Scott Fitzgerald, original screenplay photocopy, undated
  • Folder: 25, “Babylon Revisited” by F. Scott Fitzgerald, original screenplay photocopy, undated
  • Folder: 27, Fragments, MS and typescript, undated
  • Folder: 28, Agreement between Budd Schulberg and University of Georgia regarding the publication of his essay “Remembering Scott”, 1995
  • Folder: 29, “F. Scott Fitzgerald,” printed in “TV Guide”, 1973
  • Folder: 30, “Lost in Paradise,” printed in “Radio Times”, 1985
  • Folder: 31, “In Hollywood-In Memory of Scott Fitzgerald: II,” printed, 1941
  • Folder: 32, “Budd Schulberg: An Exhibition of Material from The Matthew J. and Arlyn Bruccoli Collection,” flyer, 1996
  • Folder: 26, "Scott and Ernest in Babylon Revisited," print out and manuscript, undated

Box: 52, Books: Manuscript Materials “The Disenchanted”, 1948-1999

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  • Folder: 1, “The Gatsby Look” Reminiscences of F. Scott Fitzgerald by Budd Schulberg, flyer, undated
  • Folder: 2, “F. Scott Fitzgerald’s Third Act Out” by Joseph Epstein, 1994
  • Folder: 3, “How are you and Your Family Old Sport? Gerlach and Gatsby” by Matthew J. Bruccoli, 1975
  • Folder: 4, “Notes on Arthur Mizner” by Budd Schulberg, undated
  • Folder: 5, “F. Scott Fitzgerald in Hollywood” by Dwight Taylor, 1959
  • Folder: 6, “A Further Note on ‘The Light of the World’” by Matthew Bruccoli, 1975
  • Folder: 7, “Why Manley Halliday is… Manley Halliday”, 1958
  • Folder: 8, “Le Desenchante,” French book jacket, 1991
  • Folder: 9, Book jackets, undated
  • Folder: 10, “The Disenchanted,” Chapter 1, typescript, undated
  • Folder: 11, “The Disenchanted,” fragment, typescript, undated
  • Folder: 12, “The Disenchanted,” Galley Proof, undated
  • Folder: 13, [Empty], undated
  • Folder: 14, “The Great Gatsby: A Facsimile of the Manuscript,” review by Budd Schulberg, 1973
  • Folder: 15, “Introduction,” manuscript materials”, 1975
  • Folder: 16, Book-of-the-Month Club News, brochure, 1950
  • Folder: 17, Books for Fall, Random House, catalogue, 1950
  • Folder: 18, (Chapter) Plan for “The Disenchanted,”, undated
  • Folder: 19, “The Failure of Success,” Introduction for republication of “The Disenchanted, undated
  • Folder: 20, News release, undated
  • Folder: 21, Outline for screenplay of “The Disenchanted, 1948
  • Folder: 22, Clippings, 1950-1951
  • Folder: 23, Memorandum of Agreement between Budd Schulberg and Editions Robert Laffont, Paris, France, 1989
  • Folder: 24, Memorandum of Agreement between Budd Schulberg and Messr Editoria Ulisseia Limitada, Protugal, 1958
  • Folder: 25, Memorandum of Agreement between Budd Schulberg and Messr Otava of Finland, 1952
  • Folder: 26, “The Disenchanted,” introduction of re-publication, 1974
  • Folder: 27, Complete play script of “The Disenchanted” in “Theatre Arts,” magazine, 1960
  • Folder: 28, “Celebrity Bulletin”, 1951
  • Folder: 29, The Sunday Bulletin, Book of the Week: “The Disenchanted”, 1951
  • Folder: 30, Notes, undated
  • Folder: 31, Partial outline for manuscript, typescript, 1948
  • Folder: 32, Book and Author Luncheon, program, 1951
  • Folder: 33, “The Disenchanted” play program, undated
  • Folder: 34, “Yucca Knolls” by John O’Hara, 1963
  • Folder: 35, Notebook with manuscript notes, undated
  • Folder: 36, Clippings, 1950-1951
  • Folder: 37, Clippings, 1958
  • Folder: 38, Clippings, 1959-1990
  • Folder: 39, Clippings, undated
  • Folder: 40, Memorandum of Agreement between Budd Schulberg and Allison & Busby Ltd, London, 1983
  • Folder: 41, Correspondence: Fan Mail, undated
  • Folder: 42, Correspondence, 1948-1999
  • Folder: 43, Miscellaneous, 1974
  • Folder: 44, Treatment for screenplay of “The Disenchanted, 1950
  • Folder: 45, The Players Presents: a New Version of a Two Act Play, “The Disenchanted,” program, undated
  • Folder: 46, MS fragments of a draft, undated
  • Folder: 47, Magazine cover “Theatre Arts”, 1959
  • Folder: 48, Newsletter by “The Sherman Centennial, Connecticut”, 1958
  • Folder: 49, News release, 1958
  • Folder: 50, “Outline for "The Disenchanted” a three act play, written by Harvey Breit; "The Disenchanted," screenplay by Julius Epstein (1961), 1954-1961
  • Folder: 51, “The Disenchanted” Stage Play poster, undated
  • Folder: 52, “The Disenchanted” Stage Play poster, 1959
  • Folder: 53, "The Disenchanted," script, first draft, incomplete, 1920
  • Folder: 54, "The Disenchanted," script for play, New Theatre, 1951
  • Folder: 55, "The Disenchanted," play script by Budd Schulberg and Harvey Breit, Jedediah Horner, director, annotated script, undated
  • Folder: 56, "The Disenchanted," play script by Budd Schulberg and Harvey Breit, Breit's script, undated
  • Folder: 57, "The Disenchanted," suggestions for revision of play by George Shdanoff, 1975-1976
  • Folder: 58, "The Disenchanted," producer and director's copy of outline for screenplay for MGM Pictures, 1950
  • Folder: 59, "The Disenchanted," tentative proposal for revisions, undated
  • Folder: 60, "The Disenchanted," letter agreement regarding reduction of royalties for the play, 1959
  • Folder: 61, "The Disenchanted," fan mail with playbill, 1958-1960
  • Folder: 62, "The Disenchanted" and F. Scott Fitzgerald, flyers, brochures and miscellaneous publicity material, 1996-2002
  • Folder: 63, Faxes regarding "The Disenchanted", 1995-1999

Box: 53, Books: Manuscript Materials “The Disenchanted” and “Everything that Moves”, 1956-1980

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  • Folder: 1, “The Disenchanted,” Arena Stage, program, 1960
  • Folder: 2, “The Disenchanted,” The Playbill for Boston, 1958
  • Folder: 3, “The Disenchanted,” The Playgoer, program, 1968
  • Folder: 4, “The Disenchanted,” Coronet Theatre, playbill, 1959
  • Folder: 5, “The Disenchanted,” Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center, program, 1966
  • Folder: 6, “Walnut,” program, 1959
  • Folder: 7, “The Disenchanted,” play rehearsal schedule, undated
  • Folder: 8, “The Disenchanted,” play script by Budd Schulberg and Harvey Breit, undated
  • Folder: 9, “The Disenchanted,” play script by Budd Schulberg and Harvey Breit with edits, undated
  • Folder: 10, “The Disenchanted,” play script by Budd Schulberg and Harvey Breit, first version, undated
  • Folder: 11, “The Disenchanted,” play script by Budd Schulberg and Harvey Breit, fourth version, undated
  • Folder: 12, “The Disenchanted,” play script by Budd Schulberg and Harvey Breit with edits, 1956
  • Folder: 13, “The Disenchanted,” play script by Budd Schulberg and Harvey Breit with notes, undated
  • Folder: 14, “The Disenchanted,” the complete play in “Theater Arts,” magazine, 1960
  • Folder: 15, “Everything that Moves,” author’s questionnaire, undated
  • Folder: 16, “Everything that Moves,” typescript with edits, undated
  • Folder: 17, “Everything that Moves,” typescript, pp. 126-248, undated
  • Folder: 18, “Everything that Moves,” typescript, pp. 1 - 130, undated
  • Folder: 19, “Everything that Moves,” typescript, pp. 131 - 276, undated
  • Folder: 20, “Everything that Moves,” original working copy, typescript, pp. 1- 125, undated
  • Folder: 21, “Everything that Moves,” original working copy, typescript, pp. 126 - 277, undated
  • Folder: 22, “Everything that Moves,” outline for final chapters, typescript, undated
  • Folder: 23, “Everything that Moves,” typescript, pp. 1 - 139, undated
  • Folder: 24, “Everything that Moves,” typescript, pp. 140 -276, undated
  • Folder: 25, “Everything That Moves,” typescript fragments with edits, undated
  • Folder: 26, “Everything That Moves,” typescript, revised ending, 1980
  • Folder: 27, “Everything That Moves,” typescript with style sheet and title page, p. 1-159, 1980
  • Folder: 28, “Everything That Moves,” typescript, setter’s copy with edits, p. 160-277, 1980
  • Folder: 29, “Everything That Moves,” corrected proof, 1980
  • Folder: 30, “Everything That Moves”- “News 60” Review WSJS Radio, 1980
  • Folder: 31, “Everything That Moves,” reviewed on “Good Morning America’, 1980
  • Folder: 32, “Everything That Moves," “The Union Boss Who Vanished” by John Burkham, review, undated
  • Folder: 33, “Everything That Moves,” book review, undated
  • Folder: 34, “Everything That Moves,” National Conference on Organized Crime, brochure, 1979
  • Folder: 35, “Everything That Moves,” correspondence, 1971-1979
  • Folder: 36, “Everything That Moves,” clippings, 1980-1983
  • Folder: 37, “Everything That Moves,” jacket summary copy, typescript, undated
  • Folder: 38, “Everything That Moves,” “Convoy Dispatch,” newsletter, 1980
  • Folder: 39, “Everything That Moves,” press release, 1980
  • Folder: 40, “Everything That Moves,” First National Conference on Union Democracy, program, 1980
  • Folder: 41, “Everything That Moves,” party guest list, undated
  • Folder: 42, “Everything That Moves,” “Labor Leaders, Tough, Remote-or Feuding” by Barry Farrell, 1966
  • Folder: 43, “Everything That Moves,” “What the Little Fellow Says to the Teamster is what Counts” by A. H. Raskin, undated
  • Folder: 44, “Everything That Moves,” “International Teamster,” magazine, 1957
  • Folder: 45, “Everything That Moves,” “Union Democracy Review,” newsletter, undated
  • Folder: 46, “Everything That Moves,” “Statement of Policy to Strengthen the Teamsters Union”, undated

Box: 54, Books: Manuscript Materials: "Everything That Moves," “The Four Seasons of Success,” “Faces in t..., 1957-1983

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  • Folder: 4, “The Four Seasons of Success,” “The Budd Schulberg Report No. 1 ; John Steinbeck: A Lion in Winter”, 1969
  • Folder: 5, “The Four Seasons of Success,” “Intellectual Digest,” magazine, 1973
  • Folder: 6, “The Four Seasons of Success,” “John Steinbeck: Discontented Lion in Winter” in “Esquire” Magazine, 1969
  • Folder: 7, “The Four Seasons of Success,” “Big Wind From Sank Centre” in “Esquire” Magazine, 1960
  • Folder: 8, “The Four Seasons of Success,” “ Saroyan: Ease and Unease on the Flying Trapeze” in “Esquire” Magazine, 1960
  • Folder: 9, “The Four Seasons of Success,” “Taps at Reveille” in “Esquire” Magazine, 1960
  • Folder: 10, “The Four Seasons of Success,” “Steinbeck: The Shape of a Career” by Peter Shaw, undated
  • Folder: 11, “The Four Seasons of Success,” MS, undated
  • Folder: 12, “The Four Seasons of Success,” MS drafts with edits, undated
  • Folder: 13, “The Four Seasons of Success," “Essay I: Big Noise from Sauk Creek: Sinclair Lewis,” typescript, undated
  • Folder: 14, “The Four Seasons of Success," “Essay II: Ease and Unease on the Flying Trapeze: William Saroyan,” typescript, undated
  • Folder: 15, “The Four Seasons of Success," “Essay III: Old Scott: The Myth, The Masque, The Man,” typescript, 1971
  • Folder: 16, “The Four Seasons of Success," “Essay IV: Pep West: Prince Myshkin in a Brooks Brothers Suit,” typescript, undated
  • Folder: 17, “The Four Seasons of Success,” final proof galleys, 1972
  • Folder: 18, “The Four Seasons of Success,” front flap cover copy, typescript with edits, undated
  • Folder: 19, “The Four Seasons of Success,” typescript fragments, undated
  • Folder: 20, “The Four Seasons of Success”- “Introduction,” typescript, undated
  • Folder: 21, “The Four Seasons of Success,” original typescript, undated
  • Folder: 22, “The Four Seasons of Success,” Outline: Scott Fitzgerald, Red Lewis, Bill Saroyan, typescript, undated
  • Folder: 23, “The Four Seasons of Success”, “Writers in America,” review, 1980
  • Folder: 24, “The Four Seasons of Success,” clippings, 1969-1982
  • Folder: 25, “The Four Seasons of Success,” correspondence, 1972-1982
  • Folder: 26, “The Four Seasons of Success, “ Doubleday press release, 1971
  • Folder: 27, “The Four Seasons of Success,” Robson Book catalogue, 1976-1977
  • Folder: 28, “Writers in America: The Four Seasons of Success,” clippings, 1983-2002
  • Folder: 29, “Writers in America: The Four Seasons of Success,” proof of title page, 1982
  • Folder: 30, “Writers in America: The Four Seasons of Success,” transcript of report # 82, Voice of America, 1983
  • Folder: 31, “The Four Seasons of Success,” letters of congratulation, 1960-1983
  • Folder: 32, “The Four Seasons of Success,” criticism by Sonya O’ Sullivan, undated
  • Folder: 33, "Faces in the Crowd," (short story collection) Introduction: “The Writer and Motion Pictures” by Elia Kazan, typescript with correspondence, 1957
  • Folder: 34, “Faces in the Crowd,” (short story collection), “Some Faces in the Crowd” by William R. Laidlaw, review, undated
  • Folder: 35, “The Harder They Fall” “Outstanding Novels” by Orville Prescott, review, 1947
  • Folder: 36, “The Harder They Fall,” clippings, 1947
  • Folder: 37, “The Harder They Fall,” clippings, 1948-2000
  • Folder: 38, “The Harder They Fall,” “The Book Find News,” pamphlet, 1947
  • Folder: 39, “The Harder They Fall,” correspondence, 1947-2000
  • Folder: 40, “The Harder They Fall,” Introduction, typescript, 1995
  • Folder: 41, “The Harder They Fall,” book jacket photocopy, undated
  • Folder: 1, "Everything That Moves," clippings, 1978-1981
  • Folder: 2, "Everything That Moves," galley proofs, 1980
  • Folder: 3, "Everything That Moves," galley proofs, 1980
  • Folder: 42, “The Harder They Fall” “Gigante,” outline for novel that became “The Harder They Fall”, 1944
  • Folder: 43, “The Harder They Fall,” treatment for screenplay by Norman Katkov, 1950
  • Folder: 44, “The Harder They Fall,” screenplay, undated
  • Folder: 45, “The Harder They Fall,” clippings, 1995-1996
  • Folder: 46, “The Harder They Fall,” certificate of registration for new preface, 1997
  • Folder: 47, “Hollywood’s History of the World,” edited by Stan Silverman, typescript, excerpt, undated

Box: 55, Books: Manuscript Materials: “Loser and Still A Champion: Muhammad Ali” and “Love, Action, Laugh..., 1971-1998

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  • Folder: 1, “Loser and Still a Champion: Muhammad Ali,” typescript with notes at end for expansion, 1972
  • Folder: 2, “Loser and Still a Champion: Muhammad Ali,” typescript, undated
  • Folder: 3, “Loser and Still a Champion: Muhammad Ali,” typescript, undated
  • Folder: 4, “Loser and Still a Champion: Muhammad Ali,” list of illustrations for Doubleday book, undated
  • Folder: 5, “Loser and Still a Champion: Muhammad Ali,” new pages for Doubleday version, undated
  • Folder: 6, “Loser and Still a Champion: Muhammad Ali,” typescript, final version, undated
  • Folder: 7, “Loser and Still a Champion: Muhammad Ali,” typescript with edits and critiques, undated
  • Folder: 8, “Loser and Still a Champion: Muhammad Ali,” “Muhammad Ali: The Blackening of the Championship” by Budd Schulberg, typescript, undated
  • Folder: 9, “Loser and Still a Champion: Muhammad Ali,” “Muhammad Ali: The Blackening of the Championship (The Manly Art of Counter-Culture),” typescript, early version, undated
  • Folder: 10, “Loser and Still a Champion: Muhammad Ali,” “Muhammad Ali: The Blackening of the Championship (The Manly Art of Counter-Culture),” typescript, undated
  • Folder: 11, “Loser and Still a Champion: Muhammad Ali,” “White Black and Other Hopes: The Manly Art of Social History” by Budd Schulberg, typescript, undated
  • Folder: 12, “Loser and Still a Champion: Muhammad Ali,” “The Loser” by Budd Schulberg in “Saturday Evening Post”, 1971
  • Folder: 13, “Loser and Still a Champion: Muhammad Ali,” “The Manly Art as Counter Culture: From Cassius Clay to Muhammad Ali” by Budd Schulberg, typescript, undated
  • Folder: 14, “Loser and Still a Champion: Muhammad Ali,” “King of the World-Muhammad Ali and the Rise of an American Hero” by David Remick, undated
  • Folder: 15, “Loser and Still a Champion: Muhammad Ali,” correspondence, 1977-1998
  • Folder: 16, “Loser and Still a Champion: Muhammad Ali,” expense receipts, 1970-1971
  • Folder: 17, “Loser and Still a Champion: Muhammad Ali,” miscellaneous, 1969-1972
  • Folder: 18, “Love, Action, Laughter and Other Sad Tales,” list of short stories for consideration, undated
  • Folder: 19, “Love, Action, Laughter and Other Sad Tales,” list of short stories to be included, undated
  • Folder: 20, “Love, Action, Laughter and Other Sad Tales,” copies of short stories I, with dedication to Stan Silverman, undated
  • Folder: 21, “Love, Action, Laughter and Other Sad Tales,” copies of short stories II, undated
  • Folder: 22, “Love, Action, Laughter and Other Sad Tales,” “Counter-Intelligence in Mexico City,” typescript with edits, 1989-1990
  • Folder: 23, “Love, Action, Laughter and Other Sad Tales,” “The Howling Dogs of Taxco,” typescript with edits, undated
  • Folder: 24, “Love, Action, Laughter and Other Sad Tales,” “A Latin from Killarny”, undated
  • Folder: 25, “Love, Action, Laughter and Other Sad Tales,” “The Pettibone Plan,” typescript with edits, undated
  • Folder: 26, “Love, Action, Laughter and Other Sad Tales,” collected short stories for Random House book, undated
  • Folder: 27, “Love, Action, Laughter and Other Sad Tales,” typescript with edits I, undated
  • Folder: 28, “Love, Action, Laughter and Other Sad Tales,” typescript with edits II, undated

Box: 56, Books: Manuscript Materials “Love, Action, Laughter and Other Sad Tales”, 1989-1994

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  • Folder: 1, “Love, Action, Laughter and Other Sad Tales,” “Introduction,” with handwritten draft, 1989
  • Folder: 2, “Love, Action, Laughter and Other Sad Tales,” “Preface” by Kurt Vonnegut, typescript, 1989
  • Folder: 3, “Love, Action, Laughter and Other Sad Tales,” “Introduction to Appendix Section,” MS, undated
  • Folder: 4, “Love, Action, Laughter and Other Sad Tales,” Galley Proofs, Master Set I, 1989
  • Folder: 5, “Love, Action, Laughter and Other Sad Tales,” Galley Proofs, Master Set II, 1989
  • Folder: 6, “Love, Action, Laughter and Other Sad Tales,” Galley Proofs, Master Set, Second Pass I, 1989
  • Folder: 7, “Love, Action, Laughter and Other Sad Tales,” Galley Proofs, Master Set, Second Pass II, 1989
  • Folder: 8, “Love, Action, Laughter and Other Sad Tales,” Galley Proofs, Master Set I, photocopy, 1989
  • Folder: 9, “Love, Action, Laughter and Other Sad Tales,” Galley Proofs, Master Set II, photocopy, 1989
  • Folder: 10, “Love, Action, Laughter and Other Sad Tales,” Galley Proofs corrected by Budd Schulberg I, 1989
  • Folder: 11, “Love, Action, Laughter and Other Sad Tales,” Galley Proofs corrected by Budd Schulberg II, 1989
  • Folder: 12, “Love, Action, Laughter and Other Sad Tales,” Galley Proofs, Design I, 1989
  • Folder: 13, “Love, Action, Laughter and Other Sad Tales,” Galley Proofs, Design II, 1989
  • Folder: 14, “Love, Action, Laughter and Other Sad Tales,” Discarded Galley Proof pages, undated
  • Folder: 15, “Love, Action, Laughter and Other Sad Tales,” Typesetters Copy I, undated
  • Folder: 16, “Love, Action, Laughter and Other Sad Tales,” Typesetters Copy II, undated
  • Folder: 17, “Love, Action, Laughter and Other Sad Tales,” Blue Line Proofs, 1989
  • Folder: 18, “Love, Action, Laughter and Other Sad Tales,” unbound book pages, 1990
  • Folder: 19, “Love, Action, Laughter and Other Sad Tales,” sample book pages with edits, 1989
  • Folder: 20, “Love, Action, Laughter and Other Sad Tales,” sample binding designed by John Shelton, 1989
  • Folder: 21, “Love, Action, Laughter and Other Sad Tales,” book jacket, undated
  • Folder: 22, Clippings, 1989-1990
  • Folder: 23, Correspondence, 1989-1990
  • Folder: 24, Miscellaneous, 1989
  • Folder: 25, Memorandum of Agreement between Budd Schulberg and Edition Rivages, Paris, France, 1994
  • Folder: 26, “Love, Action, Laughter and Other Sad Tales,” introduction, typescript, undated

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