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Formerly Closed, 1914-1986 (continued)
BOX 772-773 Secretarial File, 1943-1982
Correspondence, memoranda, and notes to and from Luce's private secretaries.
Arranged chronologically.
BOX 772 1943-1966
(5 folders)
BOX 773 1967-1982
(5 folders)
BOX 773-786 Literary File, 1930-1977
Business records and texts of articles, journals, nonfiction pamphlets, novels and short stories, plays, and poetry.
Arranged alphabetically by title.
BOX 773 Business records
"Abide with Me"
Clippings, 1935
Playbill, 1935
Agents
Block, Paul, 1934-1935
(2 folders)
Streger, Paul, 1940
Child of the Morning
Blackfriars Guild production, New York, N.Y., 1958
Clippings
Correspondence
Production records
Child of the Morning Co., 1951-1952
General correspondence, 1959-1963
Little Theater production, Phoenix, Ariz.
Clippings, 1959
Correspondence, 1959
BOX 774 Production records, 1958-1959
Roosevelt University, Chicago, Ill., 1959
Shubert Theater, Boston, Mass., 1951
Clippings
Correspondence
(2 folders)
Production records
Statements
"Churchill Speaking," 1955
"Dolls," Life, 1966
Europe in the Spring
Clippings, 1940
Correspondence, 1940
"Friendship Letters" for Look, 1948
General correspondence, 1934-1935, 1946
Kiss the Boys Goodbye, 1940
Margin for Error, 1940
Memoirs, Doris Kinney research reports, 1962
"Perfect among Family Prayers Is the Family Rosary," 1949
"The Real Reason," 1955-1959
Red Cross reporter, 1942
Slam the Door Softly, 1971-1972
BOX 775 Stuffed Shirts, 1934
Vanity Fair, 1930-1935
The Women
Correspondence, 1936-1940 (includes Max Gordon [1892-1978], Moss Hart, George S. Kaufman)
Miscellany, 1941, 1968
Revivals, Philadelphia and New York, 1972-1973
(3 folders)
"Without Portfolio" ( McCall's magazine columns)
Contracts and related correspondence, 1959-1968
(2 folders)
Correspondence, 1959-1965
(7 folders)
Texts
Articles
America magazine, 1964
Book Reviews, 1964-1968
(2 folders)
"Cuba and the Unfaced Truth--Our Global Double Bind," Life, Sept. and Oct.[?] 1962
(2 folders)
"Extremism in Defense of the Democratic Party," National Review, Aug. 25, 1964
BOX 776 Herald Tribune Syndicate
1964
Jan., "The Travels of Pope Paul VI"
Feb.
"Her Egg Society with No Bottom"
"More Thoughts on the Bottomless Society"
Mar., "Mrs. Luce Asks the Candidates Some Questions"
Apr.
"Johnson's Job: Making Man Match Image"
"Our Films Back French View of Unreliable U.S."
May
"Kremlin Dreams of War Between U.S.-China"
"If Mrs. Kennedy Should Nominate Bobby for V.P."
June
"Flaw in Johnson's Shining Image"
[`Coronation' of Scranton]
July
"Lodge the Kingmaker, or King?"
"More Shot at Than Shooting"
Aug.
"Extremism in Defense of the English Language"
"No Pay, No Vote?"
"Lyndon Johnson's Strike at Vietnam"
[Civil Rights Moratorium]
"The Strange Political Logic of Keating"
Sept.
"Red Declaration of Independence in Italy Is Bombshell"
"Too Many Messiahs"
Index
[Interview], for U.S. News and World Report, June 1974
"Italy After 100 Years," Foreign Affairs, Jan. 1961
"Italy and the City of the Poor," unpublished[?], 1957
(3 folders)
BOX 777 "Introduction," Rome Remembered, by Werner Bergengruen. New York: Herder and Herder, circa 1969
"It's About Time," for Flair, 1950
[Kennedy assassination], Nov. 1963
"The Kilpatrick Position," for Human Life Foundation, 1976
"The Lady Is for Burning," National Review, Nov. 5, 1963
"Last Hours of a Titan," [an interview with Marion Davies], 1948
Letters to the editor, 1970-1977
(7 folders)
"Marilyn Monroe," for Life, 1964
(4 folders)
BOX 778 (1 folder)
"Mavericks of Western Politics," Los Angeles Times WEST Magazine, June 4, 1967
"Mobilize Will," Washington Star, Feb. 10, 1980
"Mrs. Luce Comes Out for Everything," New York World-Telegram and Sun, Feb. 4, 1964; reprint, "A Few Luce Planks," New York Journal-American, Feb. 4, 1964; reprint, "Clare's Two-Edged `Platform'," New York Journal-American, Feb. 4, 1964; reprint, "Luce Program May End Politics for All Time," Kalamazoo Gazette, Feb. 4, 1964; reprint, "An `Unbeatable' Program for a `Fiery Moderate,'" U.S. News & World Report, Feb. 17, 1964
"Project Apollo," 1963
(2 folders)
"Tears for the Grand Old Party," National Review, June 30, 1964
"Without Portfolio" ( McCall's magazine columns)
Drafts of questions and answers, 1960-1963
(4 folders)
Index of questions and answers, 1960-1966
Manuscripts and related material
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