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BOX 24-36 Subject File, 1901-1967
Correspondence, reports, memoranda, manuscripts, printed matter, newspaper clippings, drafts of writings, contracts, certificates of award, and bound volumes.
Arranged alphabetically by topic.
BOX 24 Columbia University, New York, N.Y., alumni register, biographical material on Middleton
Copyright legislation
Articles related to copyright legislation
Copyright law revision hearings, 1965
Material on copyrights, 1967
Universal Copyright Convention, 1955
Newspaper clippings, 1962, etc.
Odds and Ends, copyright
One-act play copyrights and contracts
Records of unproduced plays
That Was Balzac
Dramatists Guild
Material used in autobiography
Speech of Bronson Howard, 1901
Chronological file
(7 folders)
BOX 25 1928-1960
(18 folders)
BOX 26 1955-1966
(15 folders)
BOX 27 Middleton's literary properties, 1965
Newspaper clippings, 1959
(15 folders)
BOX 28 1966-1967
(2 folders)
Authors Guild Bulletin, 1956-1967
(12 folders)
BOX 29 The American Writer, vols. 1-3, 1952-1954
Authors League Bulletin and other Authors League publications
Dramatists Guild Fund, bylaws
Dramatists Guild Quarterly, 1964-1967
(4 folders)
Dramatists Bulletin, 1960-1964 (ring-binder notebook)
BOX 30 Ferrer, Jose, Justice Department brief concerning tax case, 1961
(6 folders)
BOX 31 Dutch Treat Club, history by Will Irwin (1943), correspondence, 1944-1964
Film contracts
Correspondence, miscellaneous, 1919-1942
Dealing with plays produced
Famous Players, American Cinema Corp.
Fox Film Corp.
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, correspondence, 1924-1944
Paramount Films (Famous Players, Lasky, etc.), correspondence, 1917-1943
BOX 32 Libraries having copies of Middleton's plays and autobiography
Library of Congress
Literary properties, list
Medical data
Middleton's "Index"
Extra copies
Obituaries, friends and associates
BOX 33 Office of Alien Property
Awards and related correspondence
Certificate of sustained merit award and related correspondence, 1957
Chart on rights of foreign composers
Civil Service records and ratings, 1942-1958
Correspondence with Dallas Townsend, Herbert Brownell, and William P. Rogers
Letters to Middleton concerning article "Rights and Royalties of Foreign Authors and Composers in War Time"
Mayerling case
New York Times article concerning copyright program
Office of Alien Property, statement of policy
"Permission to print" letters
Retirement, letters of commendation, 1942-1960
Staff and official correspondence, 1942-1964
BOX 34 Articles
Atlantic Monthly, correspondence
Clippings and comments
Copyright Bulletin, correspondence, 1962
Duplicate copies of articles
New Republic, correspondence and revisions
Various articles, letters of rejection, etc.
Copyrights and music
BOX 35 The Players
Players' Bulletin
Correspondence and memorabilia, 1947-1967
Gielgud, John, dinner, 1936
Middleton's founder's night address and related correspondence, 1957
Newspaper clippings and material relating to 1918 incident involving the Players
Personal letters to board and gifts
Pipe nights, programs and correspondence
Portrait of Middleton by Gordon Stevenson, correspondence, 1966-1967
Programs, 1928-1941
BOX 36 The Players' Bulletin, 1942-1967
The Players' Book; A Half-Century of Fact, Feeling, Fun and Folklore, 1938
The Players; Occasional Pieces, by John S. Phillips
The Players, 1955
Who's Who, 1949
Who's Who in Columbia, 1966
Who's Who in the American Theatre, material, drafts, correspondence, 1964-1965
BOX 37-70 Literary Manuscripts, 1874-1963
Notes, scenarios, drafts, manuscripts, typescripts reviewer's copies, printed material, correspondence, newspaper clippings and magazine articles, notebooks, photographs, contracts, and programs.
Arranged by type of literary work and thereunder by title.
BOX 37 These Things Are Mine
Carbon copy of manuscript
Photo page proofs
Reviewer's copy
BOX 38 Correspondence
Brandt business letters
Letters for permission to quote
Letters of acknowledgment
Publisher's letters
Macmillan Co.
Business letters, Latham, and the press
Correspondence, 1942-1952
Original publication acceptance on contract
Outline of speech on autobiography
Photographs and sketches used, final proofs
BOX 39 Business, debts, souvenirs
Early family records
Fake telegrams sent on wedding day
French lecture notes
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