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Finding Aid for the Albert Borowitz papers

Author: Maggie Castellani, 1994

Revisions: 2000 Revised by Jennifer Schrager; June 2011 Revised and edited by Edith Serkownek

Descriptive Rules: DACS


Origination: Borowitz, Albert, 1930-


Inclusive Dates: 1944-2010

Bulk Dates: bulk 1977-2010


Extent: 67.75 cubic feet (93 boxes = 51 record storage boxes, 14 half size record storage boxes, 9 document cases, 1 slim document case, 14 flat document boxes, 2 small flat boxes, 2 audio-visual boxes)

Physical Location: 11th Floor

Language of the Materials: Some of Borowitz's original research materials are in Italian, French, Russian, and other languages.


Abstract: The Albert Borowitz papers (1944-2010) include correspondence, manuscripts, research, newspaper clippings and reviews, much of it relating to the true-crime books and articles written by Albert Borowitz from the late 1970s through the present.


Biography: Albert Borowitz is a collector, historian and author in the field of true crime literature. He was born, June 27th, 1930 in Chicago, Illinois. Since the late 1970s Borowitz has authored numerous books and articles on true crime, as well as some fictional detective stories. Albert Borowitz is married to Helen Osterman Borowitz and they have three children. He is a retired partner of the international law firm of Jones, Day, Reavis & Pogue. Since 1989 he has donated much of his extensive true crime library and collections to Kent State Special Collections and Archives.

Extended Biography: Albert Borowitz is a collector, scholar and author in the field of true crime literature. He was born, June 27th, 1930 in Chicago, Illinois. Borowitz began collecting at the age of twelve when he asked his father, prominent book collector David Borowitz, to buy an edition of the complete Sherlock Holmes stories for him. Arising from their shared interest, the fiction of Arthur Conan Doyle is now one of the important components of the Borowitz Collection at Kent State University. Borowitz attended Milton Academy as a young man. He was graduated from Harvard University with a B.A. in classics, an M.A. in Chinese regional studies, and a J.D.

Albert Borowitz is the author of numerous books and articles on true crime, including Innocence and Arsenic: Studies in Crime and Literature (1977), A Gallery of Sinister Perspectives: Ten Crimes and a Scandal (1982), The Thurtell-Hunt Murder Case: Dark Mirror to Regency England (1987), The Woman Who Murdered Black Satin: The Bermondsey Horror (1989), Unhappy Endings (2001), Terrorism for Self-Glorification: The Herostratos Syndrome (2005), Crimes Gone By: Collected Essays of Albert Borowitz, 1966-2005 (2006), Lamech, the Second Biblical Killer: A Song with Variations (2007) and Musical Mysteries: From Mozart to John Lennon (2010). Borowitz's fictional writing includes The Jack the Ripper Walking Tour Murder (1986), This Club Frowns on Murder (1990), The Beautiful Red Danube (e-published) and Death Play (e-published). Albert Borowitz's book, Blood & Ink: An International Guide to Fact-Based Crime Literature (2002) is an annotated bibliography of true-crime literature in the Western tradition. He coined the now commonly-used phrase, "psychological kidnapping," in his article "Psychological Kidnapping in Italy: the Case of Aldo Braibanti" in the American Bar Association Journal (October 1971). Borowitz won the Cleveland Arts Prize for Literature in 1981 and was a nominee for the 2003 Mystery Writers of America, Edgar Allan Poe Award for Best Fact Based Crime for his work on Blood & Ink.

Albert Borowitz married Helen Osterman in 1950 and they have three children. Borowitz has also collaborated with Helen on book projects, including Pawnshop and Palaces: the Fall and Rise of the Campana Art Museum (1991). He is a retired partner of the international law firm of Jones, Day, Reavis & Pogue and he wrote a history of the firm, Jones, Day, Reavis & Pogue: The First Century (1993).

Helen Osterman Borowitz, an art historian, is a Phi Beta Kappa graduate of Radcliffe College and of Case Western Reserve University. She was formerly associate curator of the Department of Art History and Education at the Cleveland Museum of Art. Her articles have appeared in Art Journal, Criticism, Gazette des Beaux-Arts, and Modern Fiction Studies, among others. She is the author of several books, including The Impact of Art on French Literature: from Scudéry to Proust (1985).


Scope and Content: The Albert Borowitz papers span the years 1944 through 2010, the bulk of which relate to Borowitz's true crime, and occasional fictional detective writings from the late 1970s onwards. The papers include early and academic writings, publicity, manuscripts, research, publisher's files and additional materials relating to Borowitz's authorship of numerous books and articles. The collection also contains personal and professional correspondence, including Borowitz's extensive correspondence with Jonathan Goodman, noted British crime historian and author.


Statement of Arrangement: The Albert Borowitz papers are divided into series as follows:

Series 1: Personal Materials and Publicity

Series 2: Correspondence

Series 3: Book Manuscripts: Chronological

Series 4: Articles, Essays, Exhibits and Talks: Alphabetical

Series 5: Kent State University Press, True Crime Series Editor

Series 6: Audio-Visual Materials

Series 7: Oversized Materials and Artifacts

Series 8: Restricted Materials

  • Subseries 8A: Restricted Materials: KSU Donation Related
  • Subseries 8B: Restricted Materials: Correspondence and Personal Materials

Preferred Citation: Albert Borowitz papers. Kent State University Libraries. Special Collections and Archives.

Related Material: Please use the Borowitz Collection Gateway page in order to access finding aids for additional Borowitz collections in Special Collections and Archives as well as the Borowitz book collection.


Restrictions on Access: Series 8 contains materials that have been restricted by the donor and may not be accessed without donor permission.


Acquisition Information: Albert Borowitz began donating his manuscripts and personal papers to Special Collections and Archives in 1995. The Borowitzes had previously begun donating their extensive collection of true crime books and artifacts, sheet music and other materials to Special Collections and Archives in 1989. Continued annual donations have added to the Albert Borowitz papers as well as other Borowitz collections.

Accruals: Additional materials may continue to be added to the collection by the donor.

Technical Requirements: There are several VHS, audio-tapes and one record in this collection that may require special players in order to access content.

Bibliography: For further information on the writings of Albert Borowitz, please see:


Subseries 1A: Personal and Academic Materials

Albert Borowitz biographical and personal materials including resumes, academic materials, ephemera and juvenile and informal writings. Material organized chronologically.

Box 1

Folder -- Contents

  1. Personal: Informal writings: Juvenile autobiography: [1940s]
  2. Personal: Informal writings: Two Bottles of Relish, stage adaptation of the story by Lord Dunsany: Typescript:1944 with accompanying correspondence, 1994
  3. Personal: University of Chicago High School Intramural Softball Certificate of Award: 1944-1945
  4. Personal: Award from the Sons of the American Revolution for excellence in the study of US History: May 1947
  5. Personal: Academic papers: 1940s-1950s
  6. Personal: The Internal Hero, College Honors Thesis: 1951
  7. Personal: Transcripts, Harvard College: 1951
  8. Personal: Application for Air Force Reserve, including school transcripts: 1953
  9. Personal: Appointment as an editor of the Harvard Law Review: 1954
  10. Personal: Law school moot court briefs: 1953-1954
  11. Personal: Correspondence regarding early legal career and bar exam: 1955-1956
  12. Personal: Ephemera including newsletters and event programs: 1950s-1960s
  13. Personal: Informal writings including toasts, eulogies, humorous plays and poems: 1960s
  14. Personal: Informal writings including toasts, eulogies, humorous plays and poems: 1960s
  15. Personal: Informal writings including toasts, eulogies, humorous plays and poems: 1970s
  16. Personal: Informal writings including toasts, eulogies, humorous plays and poems: 1970s
  17. Personal: Informal writings including toasts, eulogies, humorous plays and poems: 1980s
  18. Personal: Court of Nisi Prius [lawyers' social club]: Correspondence, humorous newsletter and certificate: 1977-1987
  19. Personal: Court of Nisi Prius [lawyers' social club]: Informal writings by Borowitz for club events: 1977-1987
  20. Personal: Cleveland Arts Prize invitations: May 3, 1981
  21. Personal: Resumes: Miscellaneous dates 1981 to 2005
  22. Personal: Bookplates: Albert Ira Borowitz
  23. Personal: Notebook with notes on T.S. Eliot and miscellaneous: Undated

Subseries 1B: Publicity, Articles and Interviews

Publicity relating to Albert Borowitz including, newspaper, newsletter and magazines articles and radio and television interviews. Material organized chronologically. Borowitz book reviews are also located in Series 3: Books Manuscripts and tapes of some interviews may be found in Series 6: Audio-Visual Materials.

Box 2

Folder -- Contents

  1. Articles and Interviews: Borowitz's passage of the Ohio State Bar Exam: Newspaper clippings: 1957
  2. Articles and Interviews: Newspaper clippings: Miscellaneous including letters to the editor: 1960s-1970s
  3. Articles and Interviews: Reference to Borowitz, American Bar Association Journal: January 1970
  4. Articles and Interviews: "Alumni Notes," Milton Bulletin: March 1970 and December 1971
  5. Articles and Interviews: Contemporary Authors entry on Borowitz: 1978 and 2006
  6. Articles and Interviews: The Cleveland Orchestra Season: Mozart essay includes a note/references to Borowitz's writings: 1980-1981
  7. Articles and Interviews: "The 81 Most Interesting People in Town," Cleveland Magazine: January 1981
  8. Articles and Interviews: "Culture Vulture," Northern Ohio Live: May 4-17, 1981
  9. Articles and Interviews: "The Area's Best Known Writers Reveal What They're Working On," Cleveland Magazine: February 1982
  10. Articles and Interviews: "Author Mixes Blood with Ink," The Daily Kent Stater: April 21, 1982
  11. Articles and Interviews: Morning Exchange interview with Borowitz on copycat crimes: January 13, 1983
  12. Articles and Interviews: "Murder? Here? How Delightful!," The Plain Dealer: February 26, 1983
  13. Articles and Interviews: "Murder and Other Grimy Crimes," Akron Beacon Journal: February 27, 1983
  14. Articles and Interviews: "Was 'Ripper' Father of Today's Crime?," Daily Legal News: August 2, 1986
  15. Articles and Interviews: Presentation at the Buckeye Book Fair: November 5, 1988
  16. Articles and Interviews: "Minding the Muse," Executive Living Cleveland: November-December, 1989
  17. Articles and Interviews: "Murder by the Book," The Daily Kent Stater: February 1, 1990
  18. Articles and Interviews: "Attorney Writes Novels with True Crime Twists," Currents: February 15, 1990
  19. Articles and Interviews: "Lawyer News," The Jones Day Journal: February 1990
  20. Articles and Interviews: "Counselor is French Consul," The Plain Dealer: February 28, 1990
  21. Articles and Interviews: "Feet Firmly in Law, Hand in Crime Fiction," The Plain Dealer: March 25, 1990
  22. Articles and Interviews: "Whodunit? In which the Writer Reveals Shaker Mystery Fans' Favorite Sleuths," Shaker: July 1990
  23. Articles and Interviews: "The Best Lawyers in Ohio," Ohio Law: May-June, 1991
  24. Articles and Interviews: "Dot and a Dash," Record-Courier: December 6, 1992
  25. Articles and Interviews: "Sex and Subpoenas: Why America Loves the Law," The Plain Dealer: April 11, 1993
  26. Articles and Interviews: "Sleuthing for Jewish Detective Heroes," Cleveland Jewish News: November 4, 1994
  27. Articles and Interviews: Quoted in "Conquering Writer's Block," Jones Day Journal: Summer 1996
  28. Articles and Interviews: "KSU Gets the Crime Scene," Akron Beacon Journal: December 20, 1996
  29. Articles and Interviews: "Dot and a Dash," Record-Courier: February 16, 1997
  30. Articles and Interviews: Borowitz notes for Legal Studies Forum interview: August 10, 2002
  31. Articles and Interviews: Who's Who in America, entry on Albert Borowitz: 2004
  32. Articles and Interviews: "A 'Rip'ing Good Time," The Daily Kent Stater: February 24, 2005
  33. Articles and Interviews: "Lifelong Book Collection Finds Home in Library," The Daily Kent Stater: April 27, 2006
  34. Articles and Interviews: Biographical information from the Cleveland Arts Prize website: Downloaded March 9, 2009
  35. Articles and Interviews: Radio Suisse Romande: Borowitz interview: Research and Notes: Undated
  36. Articles and Interviews: Borowitz book reviews: Miscellaneous dates Research note: See also Series 3: Books Manuscripts for reviews of individual books

Subseries 1C: Work Cited

Citations and references to Borowitz's writing in the work of other writers and scholars. Material organized chronologically.

Box 3

Folder -- Contents

  1. Citations and references to Borowitz's writings: 2001
  2. Citations and references to Borowitz's writings: 2002
  3. Citations and references to Borowitz's writings: 2005
  4. Citations and references to Borowitz's writings: 2006
  5. Citations and references to Borowitz's writings: 2007
  6. Citations and references to Borowitz's writings: 2009

Subseries 1D: Family-Related Materials

Material related to the work and activities of some members of Albert Borowitz's family including his wife Helen, his sons Andy and Peter, his brother James, and his father David. Material organized alphabetically by name and then chronologically.

Box 4

Folder -- Contents

  1. Borowitz, Andy: Program: Harvard Class Day: June 4, 1980
  2. Borowitz, Andy: Script: Alfred Bates and Calico Jack: February 7, 1982
  3. Borowitz, Andy: Script: Don't Be a Dope: August 2, 1982
  4. Borowitz, Andy: Script: The Bottom Line: August 1984
  5. Borowitz, Andy: Script: The Bottom Line: Circa 1984
  6. Borowitz, Andy: "Wonder Boy," Esquire, March 1985
  7. Borowitz, Andy: "Culture Vulture," Northern Ohio Live: April 1985
  8. Borowitz, Andy: Script: Lily: December 1985
  9. Borowitz, Andy: Script: Bloodbrothers, story by David Chambers and Andy Borowitz: January 1986
  10. Borowitz, Andy: Never Say Die: Undated
  11. Borowitz, Andy: Never Say Die: Undated
  12. Borowitz, Andy: Miscellaneous
  13. Borowitz, David: Invitation: Testimonial dinner in honor of appointment as Fellow of Brandeis University: December 13, 1955
  14. Borowitz, David: Newspaper clippings: 1957 and undated
  15. Borowitz, David: Manuscript: "Address to Library Associates": November 9, 1966 with accompanying correspondence May 8, 1970
  16. Borowitz, David: Reviews of Charles Dickens and George Cruikshank essay: 1971
  17. Borowitz, David: Catalog: Sotheby sale catalog of materials from the David Borowitz Library, Part 1: 1977
  18. Borowitz, David: Catalog: Sotheby sale catalog of materials from the David Borowitz Library, Part 2: 1978
  19. Borowitz, David: Catalog: Sotheby sale catalog of materials from the David Borowitz Library, Part 3: 1978
  20. Borowitz, David: Catalog: One Hundred Books and Manuscripts Recently Acquired by the University of Chicago Library: Spring 1975
  21. Borowitz, David: Manuscript: George Cruikshank "Mirror of an Age": Undated
  22. Borowitz, Helen: "Youth as Metaphor and Image in Wedekind, Kikoschka, and Schiele," Art Journal, Volume 33, Number 3: Spring 1974
  23. [Borowitz, Helen]: Typescript: The Influence of Japan on French Music: July 23, 1975
  24. Borowitz, Helen: Biographies/resumes: Undated
  25. Borowitz, James: Talk, "The Sound of Silence," The Chicago Literary Club: October 16, 1989
  26. Borowitz, James: Talk, "Metaphorics," The Chicago Literary Club: April 29, 1991
  27. Borowitz, James: Talk, "Verbatim," The Literary Club of Chicago at the Cliff Dwellers: January 24, 1994
  28. Borowitz, Peter: The Harvard Club of Cleveland newsletter: March 1972

Subseries 2A: Correspondence: Alphabetical

Correspondence, including some society newsletters and journals. Material organized alphabetically and then chronologically.

Box 5

Folder -- Contents

  1. Correspondence: Bloomfield, Jeffery, including articles by Bloomfield
  2. Correspondence: Burton, Juliet, Laurence Pollinger Limited, Authors' Agents: 1983
  3. Correspondence: Burton, Juliet, Laurence Pollinger Limited, Authors' Agents: 1984
  4. Correspondence: Burton, Juliet, Laurence Pollinger Limited, Authors' Agents: 1985
  5. Correspondence: Burton, Juliet, Laurence Pollinger Limited, Authors' Agents: 1986-1991
  6. Correspondence: Cleveland Magazine regarding Crime Series: 1984-1985
  7. Correspondence: Cleveland Police Historical Society, CPHS Newsletters: 1999-2002
  8. Correspondence: Crime Writers Association, many from Alex Auswaks: 1983-1991
  9. Correspondence: Crime Writers Association: Red Herrings newsletter: Miscellaneous dates 1984-1991
  10. Correspondence: Diamond, David (composer): 1991
  11. Correspondence: Sir Arthur Conan Doyle statue unveiling, Crowborough: Invitation: 2001
  12. Correspondence: Freedheim, Dr. Donald regarding psychological kidnapping
  13. Correspondence: Goodman, Jonathan, including The Case of the Conan Doyle Crime Library by Walter Klinefelter: 1985
  14. Correspondence: Goodman, Jonathan: 1986
  15. Correspondence: Goodman, Jonathan: 1987
  16. Correspondence: Goodman, Jonathan: 1988
  17. Correspondence: Goodman, Jonathan: 1989
  18. Correspondence: Goodman, Jonathan: 1990
  19. Correspondence: Goodman, Jonathan: Script from appearance at KSU: November 12, 1990
  20. Correspondence: Goodman, Jonathan: 1991
  21. Correspondence: Goodman, Jonathan: 1992
  22. Correspondence: Goodman, Jonathan: 1993
  23. Correspondence: Goodman, Jonathan: 1994
  24. Correspondence: Goodman, Jonathan: 1995
  25. Correspondence: Goodman, Jonathan: 1996
  26. Correspondence: Goodman, Jonathan: 1997-1998
  27. Correspondence: Goodman, Jonathan: Manuscript, George and Harriett: An Englishman's Continental Diary, 1834-5: Undated
  28. Correspondence: Goodman, Jonathan: Funeral and obituaries: 2008
  29. Correspondence: Janner (Lord), Barnett: 1972
  30. Correspondence: Kahn, Joan, Harper & Row, Publishers
  31. Correspondence: Kittle, Frederick, including photocopy of manuscript, The Leather Funnel, by Alman Doyle
  32. Correspondence: Morton, James, New Law Journal: 1996-2001
  33. Correspondence: Ohioana Library: 2002
  34. Correspondence: Rowfant Club: 1957-1979
  35. Correspondence: Rowfant Club: 1980-2001
  36. Correspondence: Rowfant Club, regarding Stephen Joyce: 1993-1994

Subseries 2A: Correspondence: Alphabetical

Correspondence, including some society newsletters and journals. Material organized alphabetically and then chronologically.

Box 6

Folder -- Contents

  1. Correspondence: Sondheim, Stephen (composer), signed letter to Helen Borowitz: October 10, 1984
  2. Correspondence: Tarlton Law Library, University of Texas: 2003-2006
  3. Correspondence: Vidocq Society: 1999-2001
  4. Correspondence: Vidocq Society Journal: Miscellaneous dates 1997-2006
  5. Correspondence: Whittington-Egan, Richard and Molly: 1984-1991
  6. Correspondence: Whittington-Egan, Richard articles published in Contemporary Review: 1985
  7. Correspondence: Wyatt-Brown, Bertram, including manuscripts/published articles by Wyatt-Brown: 2003-2004
  8. Correspondence: Wyatt-Brown, Bertram, including manuscripts/published articles by Wyatt-Brown: Miscellaneous dates
  9. Correspondence: Wyatt-Brown, Bertram, including manuscripts/published articles by Wyatt-Brown: Miscellaneous dates
  10. Correspondence: Wyatt-Brown, Bertram, including manuscripts/published articles by Wyatt-Brown: Miscellaneous dates

Subseries 2B: Correspondence: Chronological

Box 7

Folder -- Contents

  1. Correspondence: Chronological: 1964-1965 and 1970
  2. Correspondence: Chronological: 1971
  3. Correspondence: Chronological: 1972
  4. Correspondence: Chronological: 1973-1974
  5. Correspondence: Chronological: 1975-1976
  6. Correspondence: Chronological: 1977-1979
  7. Correspondence: Chronological: 1980-1985
  8. Correspondence: Chronological: 1986-1989
  9. Correspondence: Chronological: 1990-1994
  10. Correspondence: Chronological: 1995-1997
  11. Correspondence: Chronological: 1998-1999
  12. Correspondence: Chronological: 2000-2004
  13. Correspondence: Chronological: 2005-2006

Subseries 3A: Book Manuscripts: Innocence and Arsenic: Studies in Crime and Literature, 1977

Book manuscripts and typescripts are followed by other material types which are organized alphabetically. Chapters in Innocence and Arsenic were from articles previously written by Borowitz.

Box 8

Folder -- Contents

  1. Innocence and Arsenic: Prospectus: June 7, 1973
  2. Innocence and Arsenic: Preface
  3. Innocence and Arsenic: Chapter 1: The Snows on the Moors, offprint from The American Scholar, volume 40, number 4: Autumn 1971
  4. Innocence and Arsenic: Chapter 3: Why Thackeray Went to See a Man Hanged, Victorian Newsletter: Fall 1975
  5. Innocence and Arsenic: Unused: The Literary and Criminal Careers of C. J. L. Almquist: Typescript Research note: Essay appeared instead in Gallery of Sinister Perspectives
  6. Innocence and Arsenic: Chapter 4: The Mystery of Edwin Drood: Typescript
  7. Innocence and Arsenic: Chapter 5: Salieri and the Murder of Mozart, Musical Quarterly and typescript: April 1973
  8. Innocence and Arsenic: Chapter 5: The Murder of Mozart: Typescript
  9. Innocence and Arsenic: Chapter 6: New Gaslight on Jack the Ripper: Typescript: 1975
  10. Innocence and Arsenic: Chapter 7: M. Tullius Cicero for the Defense, American Bar Association Journal: October 1969
  11. Innocence and Arsenic: Chapter 8: Psychological Kidnapping Italy: The Case of A. Braibanti: Research
  12. Innocence and Arsenic: Chapter 9: Henri de Latouche and the Murder Memoirs of Clarisse Manson: Typescript, research and offprint from Nineteenth-Century French Studies, volume 3, numbers 3 and 4: Spring-Summer 1975
  13. Innocence and Arsenic: Chapter10: The Jackal and I, or How To Do Research in London: Typescript: June 12, 1974
  14. Innocence and Arsenic: Typescript
  15. Innocence and Arsenic: Typescript
  16. Innocence and Arsenic: Printer's galley
  17. Innocence and Arsenic: Correspondence: Publisher: Harper and Row
  18. Innocence and Arsenic: Correspondence: Publisher: Harper and Row: Reversion of Rights: 1988
  19. Innocence and Arsenic: Correspondence: Promotional efforts including David R. Buschman & Associates, public relations: 1977-1978
  20. Innocence and Arsenic: Correspondence: Requests to publishers to review manuscript (1 of 2)
  21. Innocence and Arsenic: Correspondence: Requests to publishers to review manuscript (2 of 2)

Subseries 3A: Book Manuscripts: Innocence and Arsenic: Studies in Crime and Literature, 1977

Book manuscripts and typescripts are followed by other material types which are organized alphabetically.

Box 9

Folder -- Contents

  1. Innocence and Arsenic: Promotional materials: Invitations and photographs of book party: May 15, [1977]
  2. Innocence and Arsenic: Promotional materials: Photographs of author for publicity
  3. Innocence and Arsenic: Promotional materials including press release: 1977
  4. Innocence and Arsenic: Publisher: Book catalogs
  5. Innocence and Arsenic: Reviews
  6. Innocence and Arsenic: Reviews
  7. Innocence and Arsenic: Reviews
  8. Innocence and Arsenic: Royalty Statements

Subseries 3B: Book Manuscripts: The Woman Who Murdered Black Satin: The Bermondsey Horror, 1981

Book manuscripts and typescripts are followed by other material types which are organized alphabetically.

Box 10

Folder -- Contents

  1. The Woman Who Murdered Black Satin: Typescript: First Draft, "corrected by Bonnie": Chapters 1-8: Undated
  2. The Woman Who Murdered Black Satin: Typescript: First Draft, "corrected by Bonnie": Chapters 9-20:Undated
  3. The Woman Who Murdered Black Satin: Typescript: Chapters 1-8: 1978
  4. The Woman Who Murdered Black Satin: Typescript: Chapters 9-20: 1978
  5. The Woman Who Murdered Black Satin: Typescript: Acknowledgements and bibliography
  6. The Woman Who Murdered Black Satin: Typescript: Chapter 1
  7. The Woman Who Murdered Black Satin: Typescript: Chapter 2
  8. The Woman Who Murdered Black Satin: Typescript: Chapter 3
  9. The Woman Who Murdered Black Satin: Typescript: Chapter 4
  10. The Woman Who Murdered Black Satin: Typescript: Chapter 5
  11. The Woman Who Murdered Black Satin: Typescript: Chapter 6
  12. The Woman Who Murdered Black Satin: Typescript: Chapter 7
  13. The Woman Who Murdered Black Satin: Typescript: Chapter 8
  14. The Woman Who Murdered Black Satin: Typescript: Chapter 9
  15. The Woman Who Murdered Black Satin: Typescript: Chapter 10
  16. The Woman Who Murdered Black Satin: Typescript: Chapter 11
  17. The Woman Who Murdered Black Satin: Typescript: Chapter 12
  18. The Woman Who Murdered Black Satin: Typescript: Chapter 13
  19. The Woman Who Murdered Black Satin: Typescript: Chapter 14
  20. The Woman Who Murdered Black Satin: Typescript: Chapter 15
  21. The Woman Who Murdered Black Satin: Typescript: Chapter 16
  22. The Woman Who Murdered Black Satin: Typescript: Chapter 17
  23. The Woman Who Murdered Black Satin: Typescript: Chapter 18
  24. The Woman Who Murdered Black Satin: Typescript: Chapter 19
  25. The Woman Who Murdered Black Satin: Typescript: Chapter 20
  26. The Woman Who Murdered Black Satin: Typescript, loose pages, corrected: December 6, 1979

Subseries 3B: Book Manuscripts: The Woman Who Murdered Black Satin: The Bermondsey Horror, 1981

Box 11

Folder -- Contents

  1. The Woman Who Murdered Black Satin: Typescript: Copyright 1978

Subseries 3B: Book Manuscripts: The Woman Who Murdered Black Satin: The Bermondsey Horror, 1981

Box 12

Folder -- Contents

  1. The Woman Who Murdered Black Satin: Typescript: Copyright 1978
  2. The Woman Who Murdered Black Satin: Typescript, partial: Chapters 4-20

Subseries 3B: Book Manuscripts: The Woman Who Murdered Black Satin: The Bermondsey Horror, 1981

Box 13

Folder -- Contents

  1. The Woman Who Murdered Black Satin: Galley proof: September 29, 1980

Subseries 3B: Book Manuscripts: The Woman Who Murdered Black Satin: The Bermondsey Horror, 1981

Book manuscripts and typescripts are followed by other material types which are organized alphabetically.

Box 14

Folder -- Contents

  1. The Woman Who Murdered Black Satin: Correspondence: Publisher: Ohio State University Press: 1979
  2. The Woman Who Murdered Black Satin: Correspondence: Publisher: Ohio State University Press: 1980
  3. The Woman Who Murdered Black Satin: Correspondence: Publisher: Ohio State University Press: 1981
  4. The Woman Who Murdered Black Satin: Correspondence: Publisher: Robson Books, reprinted as The Bermondsey Horror: The Murder That Shocked Victorian England: 1987-1989
  5. The Woman Who Murdered Black Satin: Correspondence: Research and requests for illustrations
  6. The Woman Who Murdered Black Satin: Correspondence: Requests for publishers to review manuscript
  7. The Woman Who Murdered Black Satin: Correspondence: General including literary agents and promotion: 1978-1980
  8. The Woman Who Murdered Black Satin: Correspondence: General including literary agents and promotion: 1981-1982
  9. The Woman Who Murdered Black Satin: Illustrations: Book jackets
  10. The Woman Who Murdered Black Satin: Illustrations: Photographs
  11. The Woman Who Murdered Black Satin: Illustrations: Photographs
  12. The Woman Who Murdered Black Satin: Illustrations: Photographs
  13. The Woman Who Murdered Black Satin: Illustrations: Negatives
  14. The Woman Who Murdered Black Satin: Promotion: Book signing event, Gildenmeister-Herman Booksellers: March 1, 1981
  15. The Woman Who Murdered Black Satin: Promotion: Book signing event, Publix Book Mart: March 2, 1981
  16. The Woman Who Murdered Black Satin: Promotion: Book signing event, Undercover Books: March 4, 1981
  17. The Woman Who Murdered Black Satin: Publisher: Book catalogs
  18. The Woman Who Murdered Black Satin: Publisher: Contract: November 9, 1979

Subseries 3B: Book Manuscripts: The Woman Who Murdered Black Satin: The Bermondsey Horror, 1981

Book manuscripts and typescripts are followed by other material types which are organized alphabetically.

Box 15

Folder -- Contents

  1. The Woman Who Murdered Black Satin: Research: Bodleian Library
  2. The Woman Who Murdered Black Satin: Research: Clark's Edition of The Bermondsey Murder (photocopy): 1849
  3. The Woman Who Murdered Black Satin: Research: Cuming Museum
  4. The Woman Who Murdered Black Satin: Research: Dickens House Museum
  5. The Woman Who Murdered Black Satin: Research: Fashion (19th century)
  6. The Woman Who Murdered Black Satin: Research: Guildhall Library, City of London
  7. The Woman Who Murdered Black Satin: Research: Illustrated London News: 1849
  8. The Woman Who Murdered Black Satin: Research: London, edited by Charles Knight, volume 1 (photocopy): 1851 (1 of 2)
  9. The Woman Who Murdered Black Satin: Research: London, edited by Charles Knight, volume 1 (photocopy): 1851 (2 of 2)
  10. The Woman Who Murdered Black Satin: Research: London Times (photocopy): 1849 (1 of 2)
  11. The Woman Who Murdered Black Satin: Research: London Times (photocopy): 1849 (2 of 2)
  12. The Woman Who Murdered Black Satin: Research: Madame Tussaud's
  13. The Woman Who Murdered Black Satin: Research: Manchester Guardian: 1849
  14. The Woman Who Murdered Black Satin: Research: Police Dossier, transcriptions
  15. The Woman Who Murdered Black Satin: Research: Public Record Office, London; printed bills offering rewards for the apprehension of the murderers of Patrick O'Connor; correspondence of Edinburgh Police: Microfilm
  16. The Woman Who Murdered Black Satin: Research: Scotland Yard Dossier
  17. The Woman Who Murdered Black Satin: Research: Scotland Yard Dossier
  18. The Woman Who Murdered Black Satin: Research: General
  19. The Woman Who Murdered Black Satin: Research: General
  20. The Woman Who Murdered Black Satin: Research: General
  21. The Woman Who Murdered Black Satin: Research: General
  22. The Woman Who Murdered Black Satin: Research: General

Subseries 3B: Book Manuscripts: The Woman Who Murdered Black Satin: The Bermondsey Horror, 1981

Book manuscripts and typescripts are followed by other material types which are organized alphabetically.

Box 16

Folder -- Contents

  1. The Woman Who Murdered Black Satin: Research notes
  2. The Woman Who Murdered Black Satin: Research notes
  3. The Woman Who Murdered Black Satin: Reviews: 1981
  4. The Woman Who Murdered Black Satin: Reviews: 1981
  5. The Woman Who Murdered Black Satin: Reviews: 1981
  6. The Woman Who Murdered Black Satin: Reviews: 1981

Subseries 3C: Book Manuscripts: Gallery of Sinister Perspectives: Ten Crimes and a Scandal, 1982

Book manuscripts and typescripts are followed by other material types which are organized alphabetically.

Box 17

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  1. Gallery of Sinister Perspectives: Prospectus: 1980 and 1981
  2. Gallery of Sinister Perspectives: Preface and preliminaries: May 13, 1981
  3. Gallery of Sinister Perspectives: Chapter 1: The Ring and the Book and the Murder: Typescript and offprint from California Law Review , volume 54, number 1: March 1966
  4. Gallery of Sinister Perspectives: Chapter 2: Portraits of Beatrice: The Cenci Case in Literature and Opera: Typescripts and Opera News, volume 37, number 19: March 1973
  5. Gallery of Sinister Perspectives: Chapter 3: Innocence and Arsenic: The Literary and Criminal Careers of C.J.L. Almquist: Typescripts, Research note: Originally intended to to appear in Innocence and Arsenic
  6. Gallery of Sinister Perspectives: Chapter 4: Strict Construction in Sung China: The Case of A Yun: Typescripts and American Bar Association Journal: April 1977
  7. Gallery of Sinister Perspectives: Chapter 5: The Sinister Behind the Ordinary: Emlyn William's Night Must Fall: typescripts
  8. Gallery of Sinister Perspectives: Chapter 6: Lully and the Death of Cambert: Typescripts and offprint from Music Review: November 1974
  9. Gallery of Sinister Perspectives: Chapter 7: Fouquet's Trial in the Letters of Madame de Sevigne: Typescripts
  10. Gallery of Sinister Perspectives: Chapter 8: The Janitor's Story: An Ethical Dilemma in the Harvard Murder Case: Typescripts
  11. Gallery of Sinister Perspectives: Chapter 9: The Trial of Jane's Aunt: Typescripts
  12. Gallery of Sinister Perspectives: Chapter 9: The Trial of Jane's Aunt: Typescripts
  13. Gallery of Sinister Perspectives: Chapter 10: Gilbert and Sullivan on Corporation Law: Utopia, Limited and the Panama Canal Frauds: Typescripts
  14. Gallery of Sinister Perspectives: Chapter 10: Gilbert and Sullivan on Corporation Law: Utopia, Limited and the Panama Canal Fraud: Typescripts
  15. Gallery of Sinister Perspectives: Chapter 11: The Unpleasantness at the Garrick Club: Typescripts and in The Victorian Newsletter: Spring 1978
  16. Gallery of Sinister Perspectives: Chapter 12: "Under Sentence of Death': Some Literary Views on Capital Punishment: Typescripts
  17. Gallery of Sinister Perspectives: Bibliography
  18. Gallery of Sinister Perspectives: Bound Galley: March 30, 1982
  19. Gallery of Sinister Perspectives: Bound Galley: March 30, 1982
  20. Gallery of Sinister Perspectives: Bound Galley: March 30, 1982

Subseries 3C: Book Manuscripts:Gallery of Sinister Perspectives: Ten Crimes and a Scandal, 1982

Book manuscripts and typescripts are followed by other material types which are organized alphabetically.

Box 18

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  1. Gallery of Sinister Perspectives: Correspondence: Publisher: Kent State University Press: 1980-1981
  2. Gallery of Sinister Perspectives: Correspondence: Publisher: Kent State University Press: 1982-1983
  3. Gallery of Sinister Perspectives: Correspondence: Research: 1980
  4. Gallery of Sinister Perspectives: Correspondence: Requests for permission to reprint articles: 1981
  5. Gallery of Sinister Perspectives: Correspondence: Requests for publishers to review manuscript: 1980-1981
  6. Gallery of Sinister Perspectives: Correspondence: General including promotions: 1982-1984
  7. Gallery of Sinister Perspectives: Illustrations: Photographs
  8. Gallery of Sinister Perspectives: Illustrations: Photographs and negatives
  9. Gallery of Sinister Perspectives: Promotion: Interview with Nancy Smith, WGAR, transcript: March 30, 1982
  10. Gallery of Sinister Perspectives: Publisher: Book catalogs: 1982-1983
  11. Gallery of Sinister Perspectives: Publisher: Contract and reversion of rights: April 16, 1981 and 1988
  12. Gallery of Sinister Perspectives: Research and notes
  13. Gallery of Sinister Perspectives: Reviews: 1982
  14. Gallery of Sinister Perspectives: Reviews: 1982
  15. Gallery of Sinister Perspectives: Reviews: 1982

Subseries 3D: Book Manuscripts: The Jack the Ripper Walking Tour Murder, 1986

Book manuscripts and typescripts are followed by other material types which are organized alphabetically.

Box 19

Folder -- Contents

  1. The Jack the Ripper Walking Tour Murder: Preliminary notes based on newspaper articles
  2. The Jack the Ripper Walking Tour Murder: Plot and chronology, handwritten notes
  3. The Jack the Ripper Walking Tour Murder: Manuscript (1 of 3)
  4. The Jack the Ripper Walking Tour Murder: Manuscript (2 of 3)
  5. The Jack the Ripper Walking Tour Murder: Manuscript (3 of 3)
  6. The Jack the Ripper Walking Tour Murder: Typescript: Chapters 1
  7. The Jack the Ripper Walking Tour Murder: Typescript: Chapters 2
  8. The Jack the Ripper Walking Tour Murder: Typescript: Chapters 3
  9. The Jack the Ripper Walking Tour Murder: Typescript: Chapters 4
  10. The Jack the Ripper Walking Tour Murder: Typescript: Chapters 5
  11. The Jack the Ripper Walking Tour Murder: Typescript: Chapters 6
  12. The Jack the Ripper Walking Tour Murder: Typescript: Chapters 7
  13. The Jack the Ripper Walking Tour Murder: Typescript: Chapters 8
  14. The Jack the Ripper Walking Tour Murder: Typescript: Chapters 9
  15. The Jack the Ripper Walking Tour Murder: Typescript: Chapters 10
  16. The Jack the Ripper Walking Tour Murder: Typescript: Chapters 11
  17. The Jack the Ripper Walking Tour Murder: Correspondence: 1984
  18. The Jack the Ripper Walking Tour Murder: Correspondence: 1985
  19. The Jack the Ripper Walking Tour Murder: Correspondence: 1986
  20. The Jack the Ripper Walking Tour Murder: Correspondence: 1987-1992
  21. The Jack the Ripper Walking Tour Murder: Illustration: Book jacket
  22. The Jack the Ripper Walking Tour Murder: Promotion: Author's questionnaire
  23. The Jack the Ripper Walking Tour Murder: Publisher: Contract: April 9, 1985
  24. The Jack the Ripper Walking Tour Murder: Publisher: Manuscript critique
  25. The Jack the Ripper Walking Tour Murder: Research: London Metropolitan Police fact folder
  26. The Jack the Ripper Walking Tour Murder: Research: Newspaper article on George Markov
  27. The Jack the Ripper Walking Tour Murder: Research: Newspaper clippings
  28. The Jack the Ripper Walking Tour Murder: Research: Newspaper clippings
  29. The Jack the Ripper Walking Tour Murder: Research: Pamphlets
  30. The Jack the Ripper Walking Tour Murder: Reviews
  31. The Jack the Ripper Walking Tour Murder: Reviews
  32. The Jack the Ripper Walking Tour Murder: Reviews
  33. The Jack the Ripper Walking Tour Murder: Reviews
  34. The Jack the Ripper Walking Tour Murder: Royalty statement: 1986

Subseries 3D: Book Manuscripts: The Jack the Ripper Walking Tour Murder, 1986

Boxes 20

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  1. Typescript: Copyright 1984
  2. Typescript: Copyright 1986

Subseries 3E: Book Manuscripts: The Thurtell-Hunt Murder Case: Dark Mirror on Regency England, 1987

Book manuscripts and typescripts are followed by other material types which are organized alphabetically.

Box 21

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  1. The Thurtell-Hunt Murder Case: Prospectus
  2. The Thurtell-Hunt Murder Case: Block Heads in a Dark Lane: Chapter outlines, preface and chapter 1 Research note: Block Heads in a Dark Lane was the original proposed title of The Thurtell-Hunt Murder Case
  3. The Thurtell-Hunt Murder Case: Introduction: Manuscript with inserts
  4. The Thurtell-Hunt Murder Case: Manuscript/typescript: Chapter 1
  5. The Thurtell-Hunt Murder Case: Manuscript/typescript: Chapter 2
  6. The Thurtell-Hunt Murder Case: Manuscript/typescript: Chapter 3
  7. The Thurtell-Hunt Murder Case: Manuscript/typescript: Chapter 4
  8. The Thurtell-Hunt Murder Case: Manuscript/typescript: Chapter 5
  9. The Thurtell-Hunt Murder Case: Manuscript/typescript: Chapter 6
  10. The Thurtell-Hunt Murder Case: Manuscript/typescript: Chapter 7
  11. The Thurtell-Hunt Murder Case: Manuscript/typescript: Chapter 8
  12. The Thurtell-Hunt Murder Case: Manuscript/typescript: Chapter 9
  13. The Thurtell-Hunt Murder Case: Manuscript/typescript: Chapter 10
  14. The Thurtell-Hunt Murder Case: Manuscript/typescript: Chapter 11
  15. The Thurtell-Hunt Murder Case: Manuscript/typescript: Chapter 12
  16. The Thurtell-Hunt Murder Case: Manuscript/typescript: Chapter 13
  17. The Thurtell-Hunt Murder Case: Manuscript/typescript: Chapter 14
  18. The Thurtell-Hunt Murder Case: Manuscript/typescript: Chapter 15
  19. The Thurtell-Hunt Murder Case: Manuscript/typescript: Chapter 16
  20. The Thurtell-Hunt Murder Case: Manuscript/typescript: Chapter 17
  21. The Thurtell-Hunt Murder Case: Manuscript/typescript: Chapter 18
  22. The Thurtell-Hunt Murder Case: Manuscript/typescript: Conclusion
  23. The Thurtell-Hunt Murder Case: Manuscript/typescript: Bibliography
  24. The Thurtell-Hunt Murder Case: Note cards: Bibliography
  25. The Thurtell-Hunt Murder Case: Typescript with corrections: Introduction and chapter outlines
  26. The Thurtell-Hunt Murder Case: Typescript with corrections: Chapter 1
  27. The Thurtell-Hunt Murder Case: Typescript with corrections: Chapter 2
  28. The Thurtell-Hunt Murder Case: Typescript with corrections: Chapter 3
  29. The Thurtell-Hunt Murder Case: Typescript with corrections: Chapter 3 (chapter added)
  30. The Thurtell-Hunt Murder Case: Typescript with corrections: Chapter 4
  31. The Thurtell-Hunt Murder Case: Typescript with corrections: Chapter 5:
  32. The Thurtell-Hunt Murder Case: Typescript with corrections: Chapter 6
  33. The Thurtell-Hunt Murder Case: Typescript with corrections: Chapter 7
  34. The Thurtell-Hunt Murder Case: Typescript with corrections: Chapter 8
  35. The Thurtell-Hunt Murder Case: Typescript with corrections: Chapter 9
  36. The Thurtell-Hunt Murder Case: Typescript with corrections: Chapter 10
  37. The Thurtell-Hunt Murder Case: Typescript with corrections: Chapter 11
  38. The Thurtell-Hunt Murder Case: Typescript with corrections: Chapter 12
  39. The Thurtell-Hunt Murder Case: Typescript with corrections: Chapter 13
  40. The Thurtell-Hunt Murder Case: Typescript with corrections: Chapter 14
  41. The Thurtell-Hunt Murder Case: Typescript with corrections: Chapter 15
  42. The Thurtell-Hunt Murder Case: Typescript with corrections: Chapter 16
  43. The Thurtell-Hunt Murder Case: Typescript with corrections: Chapter 17
  44. The Thurtell-Hunt Murder Case: Typescript with corrections: Bibliography
  45. The Thurtell-Hunt Murder Case: Printer's galley
  46. The Thurtell-Hunt Murder Case: Printer's galley with corrections

Subseries 3E: Book Manuscripts: The Thurtell-Hunt Murder Case: Dark Mirror on Regency England, 1987

Box 22

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  1. Printer's typescript with floppy disk: 1983

Subseries 3E: Book Manuscripts: The Thurtell-Hunt Murder Case: Dark Mirror on Regency England, 1987

Box 23

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  1. Typescript, copy edited with author's comments (photocopied): October 13, 1986

Subseries 3E: Book Manuscripts: The Thurtell-Hunt Murder Case: Dark Mirror on Regency England, 1987

Box 24

Folder -- Contents

  1. Typescript with edits (photocopied), "author's page proof checklist for a straight-to-pages book" and correspondence from Louisiana State University Press: March 19, 1987

Subseries 3E: Book Manuscripts: The Thurtell-Hunt Murder Case: Dark Mirror on Regency England, 1987

Box 25

Folder -- Contents

  1. Typescript: Undated

Subseries 3E: Book Manuscripts: The Thurtell-Hunt Murder Case: Dark Mirror on Regency England, 1987

Book manuscripts and typescripts are followed by other material types which are organized alphabetically.

Box 26

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  1. The Thurtell-Hunt Murder Case: Correspondence: Publisher: Louisiana State University Press: 1984-1987
  2. The Thurtell-Hunt Murder Case: Correspondence: Publisher: Louisiana State University Press, Marketing Department: 1987-1988
  3. The Thurtell-Hunt Murder Case: Correspondence: Research: Aldenham School
  4. The Thurtell-Hunt Murder Case: Correspondence: Research: Australian research: 1980-1983
  5. The Thurtell-Hunt Murder Case: Correspondence: Research: January-March 1980
  6. The Thurtell-Hunt Murder Case: Correspondence: Research: April-December 1980
  7. The Thurtell-Hunt Murder Case: Correspondence: Research: 1981-1983
  8. The Thurtell-Hunt Murder Case: Correspondence: General: 1985-1988
  9. The Thurtell-Hunt Murder Case: Illustrations: Photographs
  10. The Thurtell-Hunt Murder Case: Illustrations: Photographs
  11. The Thurtell-Hunt Murder Case: Illustrations: Photographs and map
  12. The Thurtell-Hunt Murder Case: Illustrations: Cleveland Museum of Art: Photographs and negatives
  13. The Thurtell-Hunt Murder Case: Promotion: Buckeye Book Fair, Author event: November 5, 1988
  14. The Thurtell-Hunt Murder Case: Promotion: History Book Club, selection for October 1987
  15. The Thurtell-Hunt Murder Case: Promotional material
  16. The Thurtell-Hunt Murder Case: Publisher: Contract: December 5, 1985
  17. The Thurtell-Hunt Murder Case: Publisher: Manuscript critique
  18. The Thurtell-Hunt Murder Case: Publisher: Book catalog: Fall-Winter 1987
  19. The Thurtell-Hunt Murder Case: Publisher: Style sheet
  20. The Thurtell-Hunt Murder Case: Research: Aldenham School
  21. The Thurtell-Hunt Murder Case: Research: Aldenham School, A Complete History of the Transactions Connected with the Murder of Mr. W. Weare (folder 1 of 2)
  22. The Thurtell-Hunt Murder Case: Research: Aldenham School, A Complete History of the Transactions Connected with the Murder of Mr. W. Weare (folder 2 of 2)
  23. The Thurtell-Hunt Murder Case: Research: British Library: History of the Murder of Mr. Weare
  24. The Thurtell-Hunt Murder Case: Research: British Library: Horrid Effects of Gambling, Exemplified in the Atrocious Murder of Mr. William Weare
  25. The Thurtell-Hunt Murder Case: Research: British Library: Murder of Mr. Weare
  26. The Thurtell-Hunt Murder Case: Research: British Library: The Trials of J. Thurtell and J. Hunt

Subseries 3E: Book Manuscripts: The Thurtell-Hunt Murder Case: Dark Mirror on Regency England, 1987

Book manuscripts and typescripts are followed by other material types which are organized alphabetically.

Box 27

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  1. The Thurtell-Hunt Murder Case: Research: London Times: Palmer's Index: 1821-1822
  2. The Thurtell-Hunt Murder Case: Research: London Times: Palmer's Index: 1823
  3. The Thurtell-Hunt Murder Case: Research: London Times: Palmer's Index: 1824-1825
  4. The Thurtell-Hunt Murder Case: Research: National Library of Australia
  5. The Thurtell-Hunt Murder Case: Research: Public Record Office, Joseph Hunt documents
  6. The Thurtell-Hunt Murder Case: Research: Full Account of the Atrocious Murder of the Late Mr. W. Weare (photocopy): 1823
  7. The Thurtell-Hunt Murder Case: Research: The Swell Yokel (photocopy) by Philip Lindsay
  8. The Thurtell-Hunt Murder Case: Research: Reminiscences of Thirty Years' Residence in New South Wales and Victoria (photocopy) by R. Therry: Reprint 1863
  9. The Thurtell-Hunt Murder Case: Research: Verbatim Report on the Proceedings of the Trial of John Thurtell and Joseph Hunt (photocopy): 1824
  10. The Thurtell-Hunt Murder Case: Research: General
  11. The Thurtell-Hunt Murder Case: Research: General
  12. The Thurtell-Hunt Murder Case: Research: General
  13. The Thurtell-Hunt Murder Case: Research: General
  14. The Thurtell-Hunt Murder Case: Research: General
  15. The Thurtell-Hunt Murder Case: Research: General
  16. The Thurtell-Hunt Murder Case: Research: General
  17. The Thurtell-Hunt Murder Case: Research notes
  18. The Thurtell-Hunt Murder Case: Research notes
  19. The Thurtell-Hunt Murder Case: Research notes
  20. The Thurtell-Hunt Murder Case: Research notes
  21. The Thurtell-Hunt Murder Case: Research notes
  22. The Thurtell-Hunt Murder Case: Reviews
  23. The Thurtell-Hunt Murder Case: Talk, The Rowfant Club: April 29, 1981

Subseries 3F: Book Manuscripts: This Club Frowns on Murder, 1990

Full and partial manuscripts and typescripts. Book manuscripts and typescripts are followed by other material types which are organized alphabetically.

Box 28

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  1. This Club Frowns on Murder: Manuscript with typescript pages (1 of 4): April 19, 1986
  2. This Club Frowns on Murder: Manuscript with typescript pages (2 of 4): April 19, 1986
  3. This Club Frowns on Murder: Manuscript with typescript pages (3 of 4): April 19, 1986
  4. This Club Frowns on Murder: Manuscript with typescript pages (4 of 4): April 19, 1986
  5. This Club Frowns on Murder: Manuscript notes: miscellaneous 1986-1989
  6. This Club Frowns on Murder: Synopsis: 1987

Subseries 3F: Book Manuscripts: This Club Frowns on Murder, 1990

Box 29

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  1. This Club Frowns on Murder: Typescript (photocopied): 1987
  2. This Club Frowns on Murder: Typescript (photocopied): 1987
  3. This Club Frowns on Murder: Typescript (photocopied): 1987
  4. This Club Frowns on Murder: Typescript (photocopied), corrected: 1987

Subseries 3F: Book Manuscripts: This Club Frowns on Murder, 1990

Box 30

Folder -- Contents

  1. This Club Frowns on Murder: Typescript (photocopied), heavily corrected: 1988

Subseries 3F: Book Manuscripts: This Club Frowns on Murder, 1990

Box 31

Folder -- Contents

  1. This Club Frowns on Murder: Typescript (photocopied): 1988

Subseries 3F: Book Manuscripts: This Club Frowns on Murder, 1990

Box 32

Folder -- Contents

  1. This Club Frowns on Murder: Typescript: "Master copy of 1988 revision with 1989 inserts at Charlie Spicer's request": 1989

Subseries 3F: Book Manuscripts: This Club Frowns on Murder, 1990

Box 33

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  1. This Club Frowns on Murder: Typescript: St. Martin's Press working copy of typescript with corrections and notes: Undated
  2. This Club Frowns on Murder: Typescript: Printer's Galley (photocopied) with corrections: Circa 1989

Subseries 3F: Book Manuscripts: This Club Frowns on Murder, 1990

Box 34

Folder -- Contents

  1. This Club Frowns on Murder: Typescript (photocopied): Circa 1989
  2. This Club Frowns on Murder: Typescript loose pages

Subseries 3F: Book Manuscripts: This Club Frowns on Murder, 1990

Book manuscripts and typescripts are followed by other material types which are organized alphabetically.

Box 35

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  1. This Club Frowns on Murder: Correspondence: Publisher: St. Martin's Press: 1989-1991
  2. This Club Frowns on Murder: Correspondence: Requests for publishers to review manuscript: 1987
  3. This Club Frowns on Murder: Correspondence: Requests for publishers to review manuscript: 1988
  4. This Club Frowns on Murder: Promotion: Book signing event: February 15 [1990]
  5. This Club Frowns on Murder: Publisher: Book catalog: 1990
  6. This Club Frowns on Murder: Publisher: Contract, Robson Books Ltd: June 1989
  7. This Club Frowns on Murder: Research: Clubs and Club Life in London (photocopy), 1886 and The Clubs of New York (photocopy)
  8. This Club Frowns on Murder: Research: Club Makers and Club Members (photocopy), 1914
  9. This Club Frowns on Murder: Research: Harvard Club of New York City: Photographs
  10. This Club Frowns on Murder: Research: Harvard Club of New York City: Bulletins and ephemera: 1980-1989
  11. This Club Frowns on Murder: Research: The Gentlemen's Clubs of London (partial photocopy), 1979
  12. This Club Frowns on Murder: Research: Legal sources
  13. This Club Frowns on Murder: Research: Legal sources
  14. This Club Frowns on Murder: Research: Magazine articles
  15. This Club Frowns on Murder: Research: Newspaper clippings
  16. This Club Frowns on Murder: Research: Newspaper clippings
  17. This Club Frowns on Murder: Reviews
  18. This Club Frowns on Murder: Reviews

Subseries 3G: Book Manuscripts: The Beautiful Red Danube, 1990 (e-published)

Book manuscripts and typescripts are followed by other material types which are organized alphabetically.

Box 36

Folder -- Contents

  1. The Beautiful Red Danube: Plot Summary: March 5, 1990
  2. The Beautiful Red Danube: Manuscript sample pages, pages 1-62: circa 1990
  3. The Beautiful Red Danube: Manuscript, work in progress, pages 1-74: 1990
  4. The Beautiful Red Danube: First draft: Plot summary and prologue: March 5, 1990
  5. The Beautiful Red Danube: First draft: Chapter 1
  6. The Beautiful Red Danube: First draft: Chapter 2
  7. The Beautiful Red Danube: First draft: Chapter 3
  8. The Beautiful Red Danube: First draft: Chapter 4
  9. The Beautiful Red Danube: First draft: Chapter 5
  10. The Beautiful Red Danube: First draft: Chapter 6
  11. The Beautiful Red Danube: First draft: Chapter 7
  12. The Beautiful Red Danube: First draft: Chapter 8
  13. The Beautiful Red Danube: First draft: Chapter 9
  14. The Beautiful Red Danube: First draft: Chapter 10
  15. The Beautiful Red Danube: First draft: Chapter 11
  16. The Beautiful Red Danube: First draft: Chapter 12
  17. The Beautiful Red Danube: First draft: Chapter 13
  18. The Beautiful Red Danube: First draft: Epilogue
  19. The Beautiful Red Danube: Manuscript: 1990
  20. The Beautiful Red Danube: Manuscript: June 26, 1990
  21. The Beautiful Red Danube: Manuscript with revisions: October 1990
  22. The Beautiful Red Danube: Manuscript with revisions: October 1990
  23. The Beautiful Red Danube: Manuscript with additional page revisions: October 1990
  24. The Beautiful Red Danube: Manuscript: with accompanying notes, "As submitted to KSU Press, 1998" and "Copy mailed to Marilyn Robinson, Tarlton Law Library, April 9, 2004":
  25. The Beautiful Red Danube: E-text downloaded from the Tarlton Law Library, Law in Popular Culture Collection: October 21, 2004

Subseries 3G: Book Manuscripts: The Beautiful Red Danube, 1990 (e-published)

Book manuscripts and typescripts are followed by other material types which are organized alphabetically.

Box 37

Folder -- Contents

  1. The Beautiful Red Danube: Correspondence: 1990 and 1995-1996
  2. The Beautiful Red Danube: Research: Court cases
  3. The Beautiful Red Danube: Research: Danube River trip: Country tourist literature: 1989
  4. The Beautiful Red Danube: Research: Danube River trip: Guide books: 1989
  5. The Beautiful Red Danube: Research: Danube River trip: Itineraries: May-June 1989
  6. The Beautiful Red Danube: Research: Danube River trip: Negatives : 1989
  7. The Beautiful Red Danube: Research: Danube River trip: Photographs: 1989
  8. The Beautiful Red Danube: Research: Danube River trip: Photographs: 1989
  9. The Beautiful Red Danube: Research: Law articles
  10. The Beautiful Red Danube: Research: Magazine articles
  11. The Beautiful Red Danube: Research: Newspaper articles
  12. The Beautiful Red Danube: Research: Vienna Trip: Ephemera: 1989
  13. The Beautiful Red Danube: Research: General
  14. The Beautiful Red Danube: Research notes

Subseries 3H: Book Manuscripts: Death Play, 1991 (e-published)

Book manuscripts and typescripts are followed by other material types which are organized alphabetically.

Box 38

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  1. Death Play: Early drafts: Tentative chapter outline: February 12, 1991
  2. Death Play: Early drafts: Chapter 1: Circa January-March 1991
  3. Death Play: Early drafts: Chapter 2: Circa January-March 1991
  4. Death Play: Early drafts: Chapter 3: Circa January-March 1991
  5. Death Play: Early drafts: Chapter 4: Circa January-March 1991
  6. Death Play: Early drafts: Chapter 5: Circa January-March 1991
  7. Death Play: Early drafts: Chapter 6: Circa January-March 1991
  8. Death Play: Early drafts: Chapter 7: Circa January-March 1991
  9. Death Play: Early drafts: Chapter 8: Circa January-March 1991
  10. Death Play: Early drafts: Chapter 9: Circa January-March 1991
  11. Death Play: Early drafts: Chapter 10: Circa January-March 1991
  12. Death Play: Early drafts: Chapter 11: Circa January-March 1991
  13. Death Play: Early drafts: Chapter 12: Circa January-March 1991
  14. Death Play: Typescript: Tentative chapter outline and chapters 1-3: February 12, 1991
  15. Death Play: Typescript: "Second draft of chapters 1-3, first complete draft, superseded": April 12, 1991
  16. Death Play: Typescript: June 12, 1991
  17. Death Play: Typescript: Third draft with accompanying correspondence submitting it to the Tarlton Law Library for their online library: June 12, 1991 (manuscript) and June 24, 2003 (correspondence)
  18. Death Play: Typescript with accompanying correspondence regarding submission to publisher: 1991 and November 21, 1991
  19. Death Play: E-text, Tarlton Law Library: Downloaded August 15, 2003
  20. Death Play: E-text, Tarlton Law Library: Downloaded November 19, 2004

Subseries 3H: Book Manuscripts: Death Play, 1991 (e-published)

Book manuscripts and typescripts are followed by other material types which are organized alphabetically.

Box 49

Folder -- Contents

  1. Death Play: Correspondence: 1991
  2. Death Play and The Beautiful Red Danube: Correspondence including Borowitz books and article reviews, resume and plot summaries for The Beautiful Red Danube and Death Play: February 2, 1992
  3. Death Play: Research: BNS and other securities law reports
  4. Death Play: Research: Business Week articles
  5. Death Play: Research: Circuit breakers
  6. Death Play: Research: Insider trading
  7. Death Play: Research: New Hampshire State Police
  8. Death Play: Research: New York Magazine and The New Yorker articles
  9. Death Play: Research: New York Times articles
  10. Death Play: Research: Rock climbing
  11. Death Play: Research: Rock climbing
  12. Death Play: Research: Soldier of Fortune
  13. Death Play: Research: Wall Street Journal articles
  14. Death Play: Research: Wall Street Journal articles
  15. Death Play: Research: Wall Street Journal articles
  16. Death Play: Research: General
  17. Death Play: Research notes

Subseries 3I: Book Manuscripts: Pawnshop and Palaces: The Fall and Rise of the Campana Art Museum, 1991

Book manuscripts and typescripts are followed by other material types which are organized alphabetically.

Box 40

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  1. Pawnshop and Palaces: Early drafts: Prologue, illustrations and bibliography: Undated
  2. Pawnshop and Palaces: Early drafts: Chapter 1: Undated
  3. Pawnshop and Palaces: Early drafts: Chapter 2: Undated
  4. Pawnshop and Palaces: Early drafts: Chapter 3: Undated
  5. Pawnshop and Palaces: Early drafts: Chapter 4: Undated
  6. Pawnshop and Palaces: Early drafts: Chapter 5: Undated
  7. Pawnshop and Palaces: Early drafts: Chapter 7: Undated
  8. Pawnshop and Palaces: Early drafts: Chapter 8: Undated
  9. Pawnshop and Palaces: Early drafts: Chapter 9: Undated
  10. Pawnshop and Palaces: Computer disks: February 5, 1990
  11. Pawnshop and Palaces: Typescript with correspondence: June 19, 1990 (1 of 2)
  12. Pawnshop and Palaces: Typescript with correspondence: June 19, 1990 (2 of 2)
  13. Pawnshop and Palaces: Printer's Proof, "Authors' set" (1 of 2): October 15, 1990
  14. Pawnshop and Palaces: Printer's Proof, "Authors' set" (2 of 2): October 15, 1990
  15. Pawnshop and Palaces: Typescript with corrections (photocopy) (1 of 3): Copyright 1991
  16. Pawnshop and Palaces: Typescript with corrections (photocopy) (2 of 3): Copyright 1991
  17. Pawnshop and Palaces: Typescript with corrections (photocopy) (3 of 3): Copyright 1991
  18. Pawnshop and Palaces: Typescript (1 of 2): Undated
  19. Pawnshop and Palaces: Typescript (2 of 2): Undated
  20. Pawnshop and Palaces: Typescript (1 of 3): Undated
  21. Pawnshop and Palaces: Typescript (2 of 3): Undated
  22. Pawnshop and Palaces: Typescript (3 of 3): Undated

Subseries 3I: Book Manuscripts: Pawnshop and Palaces: The Fall and Rise of the Campana Art Museum, 1991

Book manuscripts and typescripts are followed by other material types which are organized alphabetically.

Box 41

Folder -- Contents

  1. Pawnshop and Palaces: Correspondence: 1989-1991
  2. Pawnshop and Palaces: Correspondence: Publisher: Smithsonian Institution Press: 1989-1991
  3. Pawnshop and Palaces: Illustration list and captions
  4. Pawnshop and Palaces: Illustration list and captions
  5. Pawnshop and Palaces: Illustrations: Photographs
  6. Pawnshop and Palaces: Illustrations: Photographs
  7. Pawnshop and Palaces: Illustrations: Photographs
  8. Pawnshop and Palaces: Illustrations: Photographs and negatives
  9. Pawnshop and Palaces: Publisher: Book catalogs
  10. Pawnshop and Palaces: Publisher: Contract: November 28, 1989
  11. Pawnshop and Palaces: References to the book in scholarly literature
  12. Pawnshop and Palaces: Research Outline: The Campana Art Scandals: July 5, 1982
  13. Pawnshop and Palaces: Research: "Avignon, Museum of the Petit Palais, Italian Paining" by Michel Laclotte and Elisabeth Mognetti, Paris, typescript 1987
  14. Pawnshop and Palaces: Research: Banco Ambroiano
  15. Pawnshop and Palaces: Research: Banco Ambroiano: Newspaper clippings
  16. Pawnshop and Palaces: Research: Campana
  17. Pawnshop and Palaces: Research: Campana
  18. Pawnshop and Palaces: Research: Microfilm Reel 2 1/3498 (1 of 2) notes
  19. Pawnshop and Palaces: Research: Microfilm Reel 2 1/3498 (2 of 2) notes
  20. Pawnshop and Palaces: Research: "Sketch of a History of the Campana Collection," by Salomon Reinach
  21. Pawnshop and Palaces: Reviews
  22. Pawnshop and Palaces: Talk, Friends of the Parma Libraries, Book and Author Luncheon: April 20, 1991
  23. Pawnshop and Palaces: Talk, Cleveland Authors talk, Cleveland Public Library: April 26, 1991
  24. Pawnshop and Palaces: Talk, Cleveland Plain Dealer Book and Authors' Lunch: April 30, 1991
  25. Pawnshop and Palaces: Talk, Monefiore Annual Meeting: May 16, 1991
  26. [Pawnshop and Palaces]: Talk, Friends of the South Euclid-Lyndhurst Library: November 6, 1991

Subseries 3I: Book Manuscripts: Pawnshop and Palaces: The Fall and Rise of the Campana Art Museum, 1991

Boxes 42-46

Folder -- Contents

  1. Pawnshop and Palaces: Research: Photocopies of microfilm records

Subseries 3I: Book Manuscripts: Pawnshop and Palaces: The Fall and Rise of the Campana Art Museum, 1991

Box 47

Folder -- Contents

  1. Pawnshop and Palaces: Research: Microfilm rolls

Subseries 3J: Book Manuscripts: Jones, Day, Reavis & Pogue: The First Century, 1993

Book manuscripts and typescripts are followed by other material types which are organized alphabetically.

Box 48

Folder -- contents

  1. Jones, Day, Reavis & Pogue: Typescript (1 of 2)
  2. Jones, Day, Reavis & Pogue: Typescript (2 of 2)
  3. Jones, Day, Reavis & Pogue: Carter Kissell 100 Years, commemorative booklet including excerpts from Jones, Day, Reavis & Pogue: February 13, 2001
  4. Jones, Day, Reavis & Pogue: The Jones Day Journal: The In-House Newsletter of Jones, Day, Reavis & Pogue: Issues 1994 and 1999

Subseries 3K: Book Manuscripts: Unhappy Endings, 2001

Book manuscripts and typescripts are followed by other material types which are organized alphabetically.

Box 49

Folder -- Contents

  1. Unhappy Endings: Photocopies and typescripts of individual essays selected for the book
  2. Unhappy Endings: Typescript (part 1 of 2): December 2, 1999
  3. Unhappy Endings: Typescript (part 2 of 2): December 2, 1999
  4. Unhappy Endings: Typescript with accompanying correspondence: February 15, 2000
  5. Unhappy Endings: Typescript, corrected with word counts for each essay: Undated
  6. Unhappy Endings: Dust jacket text draft, superseded
  7. Unhappy Endings: Computer disk with accompanying correspondence: April 11, 2000
  8. Unhappy Endings: Computer disks: October 9, 2000
  9. Unhappy Endings: Correspondence: 1999-2001

Subseries 3L: Book Manuscripts: Blood & Ink: An International Guide to Fact-Based Crime Literature, 2002

Book manuscripts and typescripts are followed by other material types which are organized alphabetically.

Box 50

Folder -- contents

  1. Blood & Ink: Manuscript pages
  2. Blood & Ink: Manuscript pages
  3. Blood & Ink: Manuscript pages
  4. Blood & Ink: Manuscript pages
  5. Blood & Ink: Manuscript pages
  6. Blood & Ink: Manuscript pages
  7. Blood & Ink: Manuscript pages
  8. Blood & Ink: Manuscript pages
  9. Blood & Ink: Manuscript pages
  10. Blood & Ink: Manuscript pages
  11. Blood & Ink: Manuscript pages
  12. Blood & Ink: Manuscript (1 of 8): August 1, 2000
  13. Blood & Ink: Manuscript (2 of 8): August 1, 2000
  14. Blood & Ink: Manuscript (3 of 8): August 1, 2000
  15. Blood & Ink: Manuscript (4 of 8): August 1, 2000
  16. Blood & Ink: Manuscript (5 of 8): August 1, 2000
  17. Blood & Ink: Manuscript (6 of 8): August 1, 2000
  18. Blood & Ink: Manuscript (7 of 8): August 1, 2000
  19. Blood & Ink: Manuscript (8 of 8): August 1, 2000
  20. Blood & Ink: Manuscript: Topical index: August 15, 2000

Subseries 3L: Book Manuscripts: Blood & Ink: An International Guide to Fact-Based Crime Literature, 2002

Book manuscripts and typescripts are followed by other material types which are organized alphabetically.

Box 51

Folder -- contents

  1. Blood & Ink: Typescript (1 of 5): March 6, 2000
  2. Blood & Ink: Typescript (2 of 5): March 6, 2000
  3. Blood & Ink: Typescript (3 of 5): March 6, 2000
  4. Blood & Ink: Typescript (4 of 5): March 6, 2000
  5. Blood & Ink: Typescript (5 of 5): March 6, 2000
  6. Blood & Ink: Typescript (photocopy) with corrections (1 of 7): Undated
  7. Blood & Ink: Typescript (photocopy) with corrections (2 of 7): Undated
  8. Blood & Ink: Typescript (photocopy) with corrections (3 of 7): Undated
  9. Blood & Ink: Typescript (photocopy) with corrections (4 of 7): Undated
  10. Blood & Ink: Typescript (photocopy) with corrections (5 of 7): Undated
  11. Blood & Ink: Typescript (photocopy) with corrections (6 of 7): Undated
  12. Blood & Ink: Typescript (photocopy) with corrections (7 of 7): Undated
  13. Blood & Ink: Annotated biographical entries: June 17, 1999
  14. Blood & Ink: Computer disks with forward, introduction, cross-reference table and bibliography: May 17, 2000
  15. Blood & Ink: Computer disks with forward, introduction, cross-reference table and bibliography converted to Word 97: June 16, 2000
  16. Blood & Ink: Forewords
  17. Blood & Ink: Introduction, supplement #1 and cross-reference table with accompanying correspondence: June 30, 2000
  18. Blood & Ink: Introduction, supplements, and cross-reference table: Revised June 30, 2000
  19. Blood & Ink: Introduction, supplements, and cross-reference table: Revised June 30, 2000
  20. Blood & Ink: Supplements and computer disk: August 1, 2000
  21. Blood & Ink: Supplements with accompanying correspondence: December 7, 2000
  22. Blood & Ink: Topical index: August 15, 2000

Subseries 3L: Book Manuscripts: Blood & Ink: An International Guide to Fact-Based Crime Literature, 2002

Book manuscripts and typescripts are followed by other material types which are organized alphabetically.

Box 52

Folder -- contents

  1. Blood & Ink: Article, "The origins of Blood & Ink: An International Guide to Fact-Based Crime Literature," NOBS Newsletter: Winter 2002
  2. Blood & Ink: Correspondence: Publisher: Kent State University Press: 2001 (1 of 2)
  3. Blood & Ink: Correspondence: Publisher: Kent State University Press: 2001 (1 of 2)
  4. Blood & Ink: Correspondence: 1995-1998
  5. Blood & Ink: Correspondence: 1999-2000
  6. Blood & Ink: Correspondence: 2001-2004
  7. Blood & Ink: Edgar Allan Poe Award nomination, Mystery Writers of America: 2003

Subseries 3L: Book Manuscripts: Blood & Ink: An International Guide to Fact-Based Crime Literature, 2002

Book manuscripts and typescripts are followed by other material types which are organized alphabetically.

Box 53

Folder -- contents

  1. Blood & Ink: Exhibit: KSU Exhibit brochures, "Blood & Ink, An Exhibition of Highlights from The Borowitz True Crime Collection" and photographs: October 1, 2002 through May 11, 2003
  2. Blood & Ink: Illustrations
  3. Blood & Ink: Illustrations
  4. Blood & Ink: Publisher: Contract and submission guidelines: March 15, 2000
  5. Blood & Ink: Publisher: Book catalogs
  6. Blood & Ink: Publisher: Promotional material: 2000-2002
  7. Blood & Ink: Research: French authors
  8. Blood & Ink: Research: Letty Lynton/Madeleine Smith
  9. Blood & Ink: Research: General
  10. Blood & Ink: Research: General
  11. Blood & Ink: Research: General
  12. Blood & Ink: Research: General
  13. Blood & Ink: Research: General
  14. Blood & Ink: Research: General
  15. Blood & Ink: Research: General
  16. Blood & Ink: Research: General
  17. Blood & Ink: Research: General
  18. Blood & Ink: Research notes

Subseries 3L: Book Manuscripts: Blood & Ink: An International Guide to Fact-Based Crime Literature, 2002

Book manuscripts and typescripts are followed by other material types which are organized alphabetically.

Box 54

Folder -- contents

  1. Blood & Ink: Reviews: Cleveland Plain Dealer: December 8, 2002
  2. Blood & Ink: Reviews: NOBS Newsletter: Summer 2002
  3. Blood & Ink: Reviews
  4. Blood & Ink: Reviews
  5. Blood & Ink: Reviews
  6. Blood & Ink: Talk, Crime Writers' Association: 1985
  7. Blood & Ink: Talk, Friends of the University Libraries: May 17, 1981
  8. Blood & Ink: Talk, Kent State University Honors Week: April 20, 1982
  9. Blood & Ink: Talk, Intown Club: September 21,1981
  10. Blood & Ink: Talk, NOBS: December 10, 2002
  11. Blood & Ink: Talk, Joseph Beth Books: January 19, 2003

Subseries 3M: Book Manuscripts: Terrorism for Self-Glorification: The Herostratos Syndrome, 2005

Book manuscripts and typescripts are followed by other material types which are organized alphabetically.

Box 55

Folder -- contents

  1. Terrorism for Self-Glorification: Early drafts: Introduction (summary)
  2. Terrorism for Self-Glorification: Early drafts: Overview and chapter outline
  3. Terrorism for Self-Glorification: Early drafts: Overview and chapter outline
  4. Terrorism for Self-Glorification: Early drafts: Chapter 1
  5. Terrorism for Self-Glorification: Early drafts: Chapter 1
  6. Terrorism for Self-Glorification: Early drafts: Chapter 1
  7. Terrorism for Self-Glorification: Early drafts: Chapter 2
  8. Terrorism for Self-Glorification: Early drafts: Chapter 2
  9. Terrorism for Self-Glorification: Early drafts: Chapter 3
  10. Terrorism for Self-Glorification: Early drafts: Chapter 3
  11. Terrorism for Self-Glorification: Early drafts: Chapter 3
  12. Terrorism for Self-Glorification: Early drafts: Chapter 3
  13. Terrorism for Self-Glorification: Early drafts: Chapter 4
  14. Terrorism for Self-Glorification: Early drafts: Chapter 4
  15. Terrorism for Self-Glorification: Early drafts: Chapter 4
  16. Terrorism for Self-Glorification: Early drafts: Chapter 4
  17. Terrorism for Self-Glorification: Early drafts: Chapter 5
  18. Terrorism for Self-Glorification: Early drafts: Chapter 6
  19. Terrorism for Self-Glorification: Early drafts: Chapter 6
  20. Terrorism for Self-Glorification: Early drafts: Bibliography and biographical summary

Subseries 3M: Book Manuscripts: Terrorism for Self-Glorification: The Herostratos Syndrome, 2005

Book manuscripts and typescripts are followed by other material types which are organized alphabetically.

Box 56

Folder -- contents

  1. Terrorism for Self-Glorification: "Final version" (1 of 2), typescript: January 2004
  2. Terrorism for Self-Glorification: "Final version" (2 of 2), typescript: January 2004
  3. Terrorism for Self-Glorification: Final supplements and computer disks: May 2004
  4. Terrorism for Self-Glorification: First galley (1 of 2): June 15, 2004
  5. Terrorism for Self-Glorification: First galley (2 of 2): June 15, 2004
  6. Terrorism for Self-Glorification: Index topics: July 1 and 11, 2004
  7. Terrorism for Self-Glorification: Revised galley (1 of 2): August 17, 2004
  8. Terrorism for Self-Glorification: Revised galley (2 of 2): August 17, 2004
  9. Terrorism for Self-Glorification: Third galley changes and index: September 23, 2004
  10. Terrorism for Self-Glorification: Advanced reading copy, bound: January 2005
  11. Terrorism for Self-Glorification: Advanced reading copy, bound: January 2005
  12. Terrorism for Self-Glorification: Advanced reading copy, bound: January 2005
  13. Terrorism for Self-Glorification: Typescript, copy-edited (1 of 2): Undated
  14. Terrorism for Self-Glorification: Typescript, copy-edited (2 of 2): Undated
  15. Terrorism for Self-Glorification: Correspondence: Publisher: Kent State University Press
  16. Terrorism for Self-Glorification: Correspondence: General: 2003-2004
  17. Terrorism for Self-Glorification: Illustrations: Book cover
  18. Terrorism for Self-Glorification: Promotion: Book signings: February and March, 2005
  19. Terrorism for Self-Glorification: Promotion
  20. Terrorism for Self-Glorification: Promotion
  21. Terrorism for Self-Glorification: Promotion
  22. Terrorism for Self-Glorification: Promotion
  23. Terrorism for Self-Glorification: Publisher: Book catalog: 2005

Subseries 3M: Book Manuscripts: Terrorism for Self-Glorification: The Herostratos Syndrome, 2005

Book manuscripts and typescripts are followed by other material types which are organized alphabetically.

Box 57

Folder -- contents

  1. Terrorism for Self-Glorification: Research: Arson
  2. Terrorism for Self-Glorification: Research: Assassins by Stephen Sondheim
  3. Terrorism for Self-Glorification: Research: Aulus Gellius; Council of Asia; Panionion
  4. Terrorism for Self-Glorification: Research: Baghdad museum lootings
  5. Terrorism for Self-Glorification: Research: John Wilkes Booth
  6. Terrorism for Self-Glorification: Research: Horst Bosetzky
  7. Terrorism for Self-Glorification: Research: Arthury Bremer
  8. Terrorism for Self-Glorification: Research: Buddhas of Bamiyan, Afghanistan (destroyed by the Taliban)
  9. Terrorism for Self-Glorification: Research: Samuel Byck
  10. Terrorism for Self-Glorification: Research: "Cain and Herostratus: Reappropriation of Mozart Myths" by Kerry Sabbag
  11. Terrorism for Self-Glorification: Research: John Case, Sphaera Civitatis
  12. Terrorism for Self-Glorification: Research: Carl Ceiss
  13. Terrorism for Self-Glorification: Research: Celos aun del Aire Matan (Spanish opera recounting Herostratos)
  14. Terrorism for Self-Glorification: Research: Mark David Chapman, murder of John Lennon
  15. Terrorism for Self-Glorification: Research: Mark David Chapman, murder of John Lennon: Herzmundung: Die Ballade von Herostratos Chapman, a play by Lutz Hubner
  16. Terrorism for Self-Glorification: Research: Classical and Renaissance sources
  17. Terrorism for Self-Glorification: Research: Classical and Renaissance sources
  18. Terrorism for Self-Glorification: Research: Contemporary terrorism
  19. Terrorism for Self-Glorification: Research: Contemporary terrorism
  20. Terrorism for Self-Glorification: Research: Contemporary terrorism
  21. Terrorism for Self-Glorification: Research: Contemporary terrorism
  22. Terrorism for Self-Glorification: Research: Contemporary terrorism
  23. Terrorism for Self-Glorification: Research: Contemporary terrorism
  24. Terrorism for Self-Glorification: Research: Contemporary terrorism

Subseries 3M: Book Manuscripts: Terrorism for Self-Glorification: The Herostratos Syndrome, 2005

Book manuscripts and typescripts are followed by other material types which are organized alphabetically.

Box 58

Folder -- contents

  1. Terrorism for Self-Glorification: Research: Andre Clucksmann
  2. Terrorism for Self-Glorification: Research: Columbine Massacre
  3. Terrorism for Self-Glorification: Research: Columbine Massacre
  4. Terrorism for Self-Glorification: Research: Columbine Massacre
  5. Terrorism for Self-Glorification: Research: "Der Fall des Herostratos," by Jean Francois de Guise
  6. Terrorism for Self-Glorification: Research: Greenwich Observatory Attack (1894)
  7. Terrorism for Self-Glorification: Research: Greenwich Observatory Attack (1894)
  8. Terrorism for Self-Glorification: Research: Fulke Greville (Lord Brooke)
  9. Terrorism for Self-Glorification: Research: "Herostrat," a play by Fulda Ludwig (photocopy)
  10. Terrorism for Self-Glorification: Research: Herostrato e A Busca da Imortalidade by Fernando Pessoa, photocopy of book
  11. Terrorism for Self-Glorification: Research: Herostratos, Artemis and Ephesus
  12. Terrorism for Self-Glorification: Research: Herostratos, Artemis and Ephesus
  13. Terrorism for Self-Glorification: Research: Herostratos, Artemis and Ephesus
  14. Terrorism for Self-Glorification: Research: Herostratos: Classical sources
  15. Terrorism for Self-Glorification: Research: Herostratos: Classical sources
  16. Terrorism for Self-Glorification: Research: Herostratos: Classical sources
  17. Terrorism for Self-Glorification: Research: Herostratos: Classical sources
  18. Terrorism for Self-Glorification: Research: Herostratos: French, Italian, Spanish and Slavic sources
  19. Terrorism for Self-Glorification: Research: Herostratos: French, Italian, Spanish and Slavic sources
  20. Terrorism for Self-Glorification: Research: Herostratos: French, Italian, Spanish and Slavic sources
  21. Terrorism for Self-Glorification: Research: Herostratos: German sources
  22. Terrorism for Self-Glorification: Research: Herostratos: German sources
  23. Terrorism for Self-Glorification: Research: Herostratos: German sources

Subseries 3M: Book Manuscripts: Terrorism for Self-Glorification: The Herostratos Syndrome, 2005

Book manuscripts and typescripts are followed by other material types which are organized alphabetically.

Box 59

Folder -- contents

  1. Terrorism for Self-Glorification: Research: Herostratos: Major literary sources
  2. Terrorism for Self-Glorification: Research: Herostratos: Major literary sources
  3. Terrorism for Self-Glorification: Research: Herostratos: Major literary sources
  4. Terrorism for Self-Glorification: Research: Herostratos: Major literary sources
  5. Terrorism for Self-Glorification: Research: Herostratos: Major literary Sources
  6. Terrorism for Self-Glorification: Research: Herostratos: Minor literary Sources
  7. Terrorism for Self-Glorification: Research: Herostratos: Minor literary Sources
  8. Terrorism for Self-Glorification: Research: Herostratos: Minor literary Sources
  9. Terrorism for Self-Glorification: Research: Herostratos: Minor literary Sources
  10. Terrorism for Self-Glorification: Research: Herostratos: Minor literary Sources
  11. Terrorism for Self-Glorification: Research: Herostratos notes
  12. Terrorism for Self-Glorification: Research: Herostratos poems by Ulf-Erik Qvickstrom
  13. Terrorism for Self-Glorification: Research: "Herostratus," a play by Nazli Eray
  14. Terrorism for Self-Glorification: Research: John Hinkley
  15. Terrorism for Self-Glorification: Research: John of Salisbury and Valerisu Maximus
  16. Terrorism for Self-Glorification: Research: Ted Kaczynski (Unabomber)
  17. Terrorism for Self-Glorification: Research: Luigi Lucheni
  18. Terrorism for Self-Glorification: Research: Lee Malvo
  19. Terrorism for Self-Glorification: Research: Karl May
  20. Terrorism for Self-Glorification: Research: Terenci Moix
  21. Terrorism for Self-Glorification: Research: Stari Most (bridge destroyed by Bosnian-Croat forces)
  22. Terrorism for Self-Glorification: Research: John Allen Muhammad, Virginia Beach
  23. Terrorism for Self-Glorification: Research: John Allen Muhammad, Virginia Beach
  24. Terrorism for Self-Glorification: Research: Ohio highway shootings

Subseries 3M: Book Manuscripts: Terrorism for Self-Glorification: The Herostratos Syndrome, 2005

Book manuscripts and typescripts are followed by other material types which are organized alphabetically.

Box 60

Folder -- contents

  1. Terrorism for Self-Glorification: Research: The Reichstag Fire
  2. Terrorism for Self-Glorification: Research: Paul Sandby, caricature of William Hogarth as Herostratos
  3. Terrorism for Self-Glorification: Research: Alexander Sukhovo-Kobylin
  4. Terrorism for Self-Glorification: Research: Alexander Sukhovo-Kobylin
  5. Terrorism for Self-Glorification: Research: Alexander Sukhovo-Kobylin
  6. Terrorism for Self-Glorification: Research: Alexander Sukhovo-Kobylin
  7. Terrorism for Self-Glorification: Research: Alexander Sukhovo-Kobylin
  8. Terrorism for Self-Glorification: Research: Temple of Golden Pavilion fire
  9. Terrorism for Self-Glorification: Research: Temple of Golden Pavilion fire
  10. Terrorism for Self-Glorification: Research: Temple of Golden Pavilion fire
  11. Terrorism for Self-Glorification: Research: Terrorism statutes
  12. Terrorism for Self-Glorification: Research: Umerto Eco's Foucault's Pendulum and Robert Altman's Nashville
  13. Terrorism for Self-Glorification: Research: Die Utopie des Herostrat by Hugo Sonnenfchein, photocopy of play
  14. Terrorism for Self-Glorification: Research: Jacob Christofffel von Gremmelshausen and Moritz August von Thummel
  15. Terrorism for Self-Glorification: Research: Virginia Tech Massacre
  16. Terrorism for Self-Glorification: Research: World Trade Center
  17. Terrorism for Self-Glorification: Research: World Trade Center
  18. Terrorism for Self-Glorification: Research: World Trade Center
  19. Terrorism for Self-Glorification: Research: World Trade Center
  20. Terrorism for Self-Glorification: Research: World Trade Center
  21. Terrorism for Self-Glorification: Research: World Trade Center
  22. Terrorism for Self-Glorification: Research: World Trade Center
  23. Terrorism for Self-Glorification: Research: General

Subseries 3M: Book Manuscripts: Terrorism for Self-Glorification: The Herostratos Syndrome, 2005

Book manuscripts and typescripts are followed by other material types which are organized alphabetically.

Box 61

Folder -- contents

  1. Terrorism for Self-Glorification: Reviews
  2. Terrorism for Self-Glorification: Talk, "Father of Terrorism," Rowfant Club: November 7, 2003
  3. Terrorism for Self-Glorification: Talk, Studio 3, DVD: July 8, 2005
  4. Terrorism for Self-Glorification: Talk, International Spy Museum [C-Span]: November 9, 2005
  5. Terrorism for Self-Glorification: Talk, KSU Libraries, Borowitz Lecture "Two Perspectives on Terrorism": November 17, 2005
  6. Terrorism for Self-Glorification: Talk, Cleveland Law Library: September 8, 2006

Subseries 3N: Book Manuscripts: Crimes Gone By: Collected Essays of Albert Borowitz, 1966-2005, 2006

Crimes of the Western Reserve and Murderers' Dozen were book proposals for Borowitz article anthologies, later superseded by Crimes Gone By. Material organized alphabetically by title.

Box 62

Folder -- Contents

  1. Crimes Gone By: Typed articles
  2. Crimes Gone By: Correspondence and notes: 2002-2003
  3. Crimes Gone By: Correspondence and notes: 2004
  4. Crimes Gone By: Correspondence and notes: 2005
  5. Crimes Gone By: Computer disk labeled "Interview #1": Undated
  6. Crimes Gone By: Periodicals: Original publications containing articles for potential use in the book
  7. Crimes Gone By: Periodicals: Original publications containing articles for potential use in the book
  8. Crimes Gone By: Periodicals: Original publications containing articles for potential use in the book
  9. Crimes of the Western Reserve: Articles and article manuscripts for proposed book
  10. Crimes of the Western Reserve: Correspondence and proposed Table of Contents: 1985-1995
  11. Crimes of the Western Reserve: Periodicals: Cleveland Magazine containing articles for potential use in the book: 1984-1985
  12. Crimes of the Western Reserve: Periodicals: Cleveland Magazine and Western Reserve Magazine containing articles for potential use in the book: 1985-1986 and 1989
  13. Murderers' Dozen: Book proposal: 1994
  14. Murderers' Dozen: Correspondence: 1992-1999
  15. Murderers' Dozen: Preface
  16. Murderers' Dozen: Articles and manuscripts for proposed book
  17. Murderers' Dozen: Research and notes

Subseries 3O: Book Manuscripts: Musical Mysteries: From Mozart to John Lennon, 2010

Book manuscripts and typescripts are followed by other material types which are organized alphabetically.

Box 63

Folder -- Contents

  1. Musical Mysteries: Book proposal: October 8, 2007
  2. Musical Mysteries: Early drafts: Contents and preface
  3. Musical Mysteries: Early drafts: Chapter 4: Don Carlo Gesauldo
  4. Musical Mysteries: Early drafts: Chapter 5: Alessandro Stradella
  5. Musical Mysteries: Early drafts: Chapter 6: Anton Webern
  6. Musical Mysteries: Early drafts: Chapter 7: Marc Blitzstein murder
  7. Musical Mysteries: Final typescript (1 of 3): March 18, 2008
  8. Musical Mysteries: Final typescript (2 of 3): March 18, 2008
  9. Musical Mysteries: Final typescript (3 of 3): March 18, 2008
  10. Musical Mysteries: Final typescript (1 of 2): March 18, 2008
  11. Musical Mysteries: Final typescript (2 of 2): March 18, 2008
  12. Musical Mysteries: Final typescript CD-ROMs: March 18, 2008
  13. Musical Mysteries: Marked copy edits (1 of 2): April 21, 2009
  14. Musical Mysteries: Marked copy edits (2 of 2): April 21, 2009
  15. Musical Mysteries: Marked copy edits, computer disk: April 21, 2009
  16. Musical Mysteries: Marked page proof and index (1 of 2): July 29, 2009 and October 18, 2009
  17. Musical Mysteries: Marked page proof and index (2 of 2): July 29, 2009 and October 18, 2009
  18. Musical Mysteries: Bibliographical notes
  19. Musical Mysteries: Correspondence: 2008-2009
  20. Musical Mysteries: Illustrations and permissions to publish
  21. Musical Mysteries: Promotion
  22. Musical Mysteries: Publisher: Contract: December 7, 2007
  23. Musical Mysteries: Publisher: Publication rights

Subseries 3P: Book Manuscripts: Musical Mysteries: From Mozart to John Lennon, 2010

Book manuscripts and typescripts are followed by other material types which are organized alphabetically.

Box 64

Folder -- Contents

  1. Musical Mysteries: Research: Original essays selected for the book, including computer disks
  2. Musical Mysteries: Research: Original notes from the Musart Series, three talks given by Borowitz at The Cleveland Museum of Arts, including Overtura All'Italiana: Lully and the Death of Cambert, Molto Misterioso: Salieri and the "Murder" of Mozart, and Finale Marked Presto: The Killing of Leclair: Typescripts: 1985-1986
  3. Musical Mysteries: Research: Marc Blitzstein murder
  4. Musical Mysteries: Research: Marc Blitzstein murder
  5. Musical Mysteries: Research: Marc Blitzstein murder
  6. Musical Mysteries: Research: Marc Blitzstein murder
  7. Musical Mysteries: Research: Marc Blitzstein: Blitzstein Strikes Back, play by John Ellis: 1996/2005
  8. Musical Mysteries: Research: Don Carlo Gesauldo
  9. Musical Mysteries: Research: Mozart and Salieri
  10. Musical Mysteries: Research: Mozart and Salieri
  11. Musical Mysteries: Research: Lynn Riggs 'Pore Jud is Daid'
  12. Musical Mysteries: Research: Alessandro Stradella
  13. Musical Mysteries: Research: Alessandro Stradella
  14. Musical Mysteries: Research: Anton Webern
  15. Musical Mysteries: Research: Anton Webern: Nachtstuck: An Opera on the Death of Anton Webern by Christopher Bernard
  16. Musical Mysteries: Research: General
  17. Musical Mysteries: Talk, Nightown and Apple Tree Books: July 11, 2010

Subseries 4A: Articles, Essays, Exhibits and Talks: Book Reviews

Published articles and typescripts are followed by other material types which are organized alphabetically.

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  1. Book Review: Killings by Calvin Trillin, Criminal Law Bulletin: July-August 1984
  2. Book Review: Killings by Calvin Trillin: Manuscripts and typescripts with accompanying correspondence: 1984
  3. Book Review: Killings by Calvin Trillin: Correspondence: 1984
  4. Book Review: Pictures and Punishment, Maryland Law Review: 1986
  5. Book Review: Pictures and Punishment, Reprint from Maryland Law Review: 1986
  6. Book Review: Pictures and Punishment: Typescripts
  7. Book Review: Pictures and Punishment: Correspondence: 1985-1986
  8. Book Review: The Ring and the Book by Browning: California Law Review: March 1996
  9. Book Review: The Ring and the Book by Browning: Reprint from California Law Review: March 1996
  10. Book Review: The Ring and the Book by Browning: Typescript: 1964
  11. Book Review: The Ring and the Book by Browning: Typescript revisions
  12. Book Review: The Ring and the Book by Browning: Talk, Cleveland Marshall Law School: May 19, 1964

Subseries 4B: Articles, Essays, Exhibits and Talks: General

Published articles and manuscripts are followed by other material types which are organized alphabetically. Many of Borowitz's articles were later republished in book compellations.

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  1. Copyright Registrations for articles: Circa 1977-1983
  2. Agatha Christie's Black Coffee with Hyoscine: The Armchair Detective, volume 16: Spring 1983
  3. Agatha Christie's Black Coffee with Hyoscine: Typescript with manuscript inserts
  4. Agatha Christie's Black Coffee with Hyoscine: Correspondence: 1982-1983
  5. Amadeus and the "Murder" of Mozart: Talk, Friends of the Shaker Heights Library: February 29, 1984
  6. Amendment of Assignment of Accounts Receivable Statute: Ohio State Law Journal: Autumn 1957
  7. The Assassination of a Novelist [David Graham Phillips]: Typescript with manuscript inserts: 1989
  8. The Assassination of a Novelist [David Graham Phillips]: Illustrations: Negatives
  9. The Assassination of a Novelist [David Graham Phillips]: Research
  10. The Assassination of a Novelist [David Graham Phillips]: Research
  11. Beatrice Foods: Meeting Competition and Buyer Liability, Case Western Reserve Law Review: November 1970
  12. Beatrice Foods: Meeting Competition and Buyer Liability, reprint from Case Western Reserve Law Review: November 1970
  13. The Birth of "The Lodger": Manuscript, typescript and correspondence: 1997
  14. The Bleak House Murder Case: Talk presented at Baldwin-Wallace College: Correspondence and typescripts: February 8, 1988
  15. The Canton Tragedy [George Saxton murder]: Cleveland Magazine: July 1985
  16. The Canton Tragedy [George Saxton murder]: Manuscripts and transcripts
  17. The Canton Tragedy [George Saxton murder]: Research: Canton's Great Tragedy: The Murder of George D. Saxton Together with a History of the Arrest and Trial of Annie E. George, Charged with Murder: 1899 (book photocopy)
  18. The Carnegie Imposter [Cassie Chadwick]: Manuscript, typescript and notes: 1985
  19. The Carnegie Imposter [Cassie Chadwick]: Correspondence: 1985
  20. The Carnegie Imposter [Cassie Chadwick]: Research: Newspaper clippings
  21. The Case of the Indecent Docent [Marcel Fink stories, fiction]: Manuscripts and typescripts
  22. The Case of the Indecent Docent [Marcel Fink stories, fiction]: Correspondence and newspaper clipping: September 9, 1981
  23. The Case of the Plastic Narcissus: The Gamut: Fall 1981
  24. The Case of the Plastic Narcissus: Typescript with manuscript inserts
  25. The Case of the Plastic Narcissus: Typescript
  26. The Case of the Plastic Narcissus: Correspondence: 1977-1988
  27. The Cenci Affair: Opera News: March 17, 1973
  28. The Cenci Affair: Galley proof
  29. The Cenci Affair: Typescript with manuscript inserts
  30. The Cenci Affair: Typescript
  31. The Cenci Affair: Correspondence: 1972-1973
  32. The Cenci Affair: Research including opera programs and reviews
  33. The Cenci Affair: Research
  34. The Cenci Affair: Research
  35. The Cenci Affair: Research

Subseries 4B: Articles, Essays, Exhibits and Talks: General

Published articles and manuscripts are followed by other material types which are organized alphabetically. Many of Borowitz's articles were later republished in book compellations.

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  1. Chaing Monlin: Theory and Practice of Chinese Education 1917-1930 (Regional Studies Paper): 1953-1954
  2. Chaing Monlin: Theory and Practice of Chinese Education 1917-1930 (Regional Studies Paper): 1953-1954
  3. Charles Dickens: Reprint from Dictionary of Literary Biography
  4. Charles Dickens: Manuscript and typescript: August 10, 1981
  5. Children of Darkness: A Newgate Prison Tragicomedy: Armchair Detective, volume 16, number 3: Summer 1983
  6. Children of Darkness: A Newgate Prison Tragicomedy: Research
  7. Codicils and Chloroform [Rice-Patrick Murder case]: Correspondence: March-September 1989
  8. Codicils and Chloroform [Rice-Patrick Murder case]: Talk, The Estate Planning Institute: 1989
  9. A Comparison of the Manning and Webster Cases: Talk, Case Western Reserve in Wyatt-Brown course: February 20, 1981
  10. The Constitutional Basis of State Anti-trust Law and Trade Regulation: University of Toledo Law Review: Summer 1985
  11. Crime in Literature: Twentieth-Century Literary Criticism, Volume 54, 283-288 (photocopied pages), article on the literary treatment of capital punishment: [1994]
  12. The Crippen Scandal: Cleveland Magazine: January 1985
  13. The Crippen Scandal: Galley proof
  14. The Crippen Scandal: Typescripts with earlier titles, "Cleveland's Most Famous Doctor-Murderer: Hawley Harvey Crippen" and "Dr. Crippen: England's American Murderer": 1984
  15. The Crippen Scandal: Correspondence: 1984-1985
  16. The Crippen Scandal: Research and notes
  17. The Crippen Scandal: Talk, The Handerson Medical History Society: April 2, 1985
  18. Death Walk [William Rice case]: Cleveland Magazine: October 1985
  19. Death Walk [William Rice case]: Galley proof
  20. Death Walk [William Rice case]: Manuscript and typescripts with accompanying correspondence: August 26, 1985
  21. Death Walk [William Rice case]: Photographs and negatives of crime-related sites (modern)
  22. Death Walk [William Rice case]: Research including correspondence from John Stark Bellamy and articles
  23. Death Walk [William Rice case]: Research: Inquest testimony
  24. Death Walk [William Rice case]: Research: Newspaper clippings
  25. Death Walk [William Rice case]: Research: Newspaper clippings
  26. Death Walk [William Rice case]: Research notes
  27. Dr. Manette and Other Prisoners: Medicine, Science and the Law offprint, volume 36, number 4: 1996
  28. Dr. Manette and Other Prisoners: Correspondence: 1994-1996
  29. Dr. Manette and Other Prisoners: Research
  30. Dr. Manette and Other Prisoners: Talk, Dickens Club of Cleveland, November 9, 1994 and the Rowfant Club, November 29, 1996
  31. The Eternal Suspect: The Tragedy of Alexander Sukhovo-Kobylin: Masterpieces of Murder, pages 127-145 (photocopy)
  32. The Eternal Suspect: The Tragedy of Alexander Sukhovo-Kobylin: Occasional Papers, Kent State University, Kent Ohio: 1990
  33. The Eternal Suspect: The Tragedy of Alexander Sukhovo-Kobylin: Manuscripts and typescripts
  34. The Eternal Suspect: The Tragedy of Alexander Sukhovo-Kobylin: Correspondence: 1977-1978 and 1990
  35. The Eternal Suspect: The Tragedy of Alexander Sukhovo-Kobylin: Illustration: Negative of Sukhovo-Kobylin portrait
  36. The Eternal Suspect: The Tragedy of Alexander Sukhovo-Kobylin: Research

Subseries 4B: Articles, Essays, Exhibits and Talks: General

Published articles and manuscripts are followed by other material types which are organized alphabetically. Many of Borowitz's articles were later republished in book compellations.

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  1. The "Fatal Attraction" Murder [Carolyn Warmus case]: Typescripts
  2. The "Fatal Attraction" Murder [Carolyn Warmus case]: Correspondence: 1993
  3. The "Fatal Attraction" Murder [Carolyn Warmus case]: Research: Court case transcript, pages 1-99
  4. The "Fatal Attraction" Murder [Carolyn Warmus case]: Research: Court case transcript, pages 100-199
  5. The "Fatal Attraction" Murder [Carolyn Warmus case]: Research: Court case transcript, pages 200-299
  6. The "Fatal Attraction" Murder [Carolyn Warmus case]: Research: Court case transcript, pages 300-399
  7. The "Fatal Attraction" Murder [Carolyn Warmus case]: Research: Court case transcript, pages 400-506
  8. The "Fatal Attraction" Murder [Carolyn Warmus case]: Research and notes
  9. The "Fatal Attraction" Murder [Carolyn Warmus case]: Review
  10. The Fatal Charm of Tamzen Parsons: Western Reserve Magazine: February 1989
  11. The Fatal Charm of Tamzen Parsons: Manuscript and typescripts with accompanying correspondence: 1988
  12. Fiction in Communist China: Summary, Center for International Studies, Massachusetts Institute of Technology: June 1, 1954
  13. Fiction in Communist China: 1949-1953: Center for International Studies, Massachusetts Institute of Technology: July 7, 1954
  14. Fiction in Communist China: 1949-1953: Center for International Studies, Massachusetts Institute of Technology: July 7, 1954
  15. Fiction in Communist China: Typescript

Subseries 4B: Articles, Essays, Exhibits and Talks: General

Published articles and manuscripts are followed by other material types which are organized alphabetically. Many of Borowitz's articles were later republished in book compellations.

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Series 2 -- Articles/Essays

  1. Finale Marked Presto: The Killing of Leclair: The Musical Quarterly, number 2: 1986
  2. First Blood, Cleveland Magazine: April 1985
  3. First Blood: Galley proof
  4. First Blood: Manuscripts and drafts
  5. First Blood: Correspondence: 1985
  6. The First Ripper Book: Manuscript and typescripts
  7. The First Ripper Book: Correspondence: 1993-1994
  8. Fouquet's Trial in the Letters of Madame De Sevigne: Manuscript
  9. Fouquet's Trial in the Letters of Madame De Sevigne: Typescript: March 23, 1979
  10. Fouquet's Trial in the Letters of Madame De Sevigne: Correspondence: 1979
  11. Fouquet's Trial in the Letters of Madame De Sevigne: Research
  12. Fouquet's Trial in the Letters of Madame De Sevigne: Research
  13. Fouquet's Trial in the Letters of Madame De Sevigne: Research
  14. Fouquet's Trial in the Letters of Madame De Sevigne: Research
  15. Fouquet's Trial in the Letters of Madame De Sevigne: Research
  16. Fouquet's Trial in the Letters of Madame De Sevigne: Research
  17. Fouquet's Trial in the Letters of Madame De Sevigne: Research
  18. Fouquet's Trial in the Letters of Madame De Sevigne: Research
  19. The Frozen Footprints [Pasach Rubenstein case]: Early drafts: 1986
  20. The Frozen Footprints [Pasach Rubenstein case]: Typescript
  21. The Frozen Footprints [Pasach Rubenstein case]: Correspondence: 1986-1987
  22. The Frozen Footprints [Pasach Rubenstein case]: Illustrations
  23. The Frozen Footprints [Pasach Rubenstein case]: Maps: Brooklyn, New York
  24. The Frozen Footprints [Pasach Rubenstein case]: Research
  25. The Frozen Footprints [Pasach Rubenstein case]: Research notes
  26. The Frozen Footprints [Pasach Rubenstein case]: Talk, " Jewish American Tragedy: The Trial of Pesach Rubenstein, Brooklyn 1876," Brotherhood's forum, Fairmount Temple: February 15, 1987

Subseries 4B: Articles, Essays, Exhibits and Talks: General

Published articles and manuscripts are followed by other material types which are organized alphabetically. Many of Borowitz's articles were later republished in book compellations.

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  1. A Gallery of Sinister Perspectives: An Exhibition of Highlights from the Borowitz True Crime Collection, Kent State University Libraries, Special Collections: Exhibition catalog: November 1990 through February 1991
  2. Gilbert and Sullivan on Corporate Law: American Bar Association Journal: November 1973
  3. Gilbert and Sullivan on Corporate Law: Galley proof
  4. Gilbert and Sullivan on Corporate Law: Manuscript and typescripts: October 10, 1972
  5. Gilbert and Sullivan on Corporate Law: Correspondence: 1972-1975
  6. Gilbert and Sullivan on Corporate Law: Correspondence: 1977 and 1984
  7. Gilbert and Sullivan on Corporate Law: Research
  8. Gilbert and Sullivan on Corporate Law: Research
  9. Gilbert and Sullivan on Corporations: Typescript: 1977
  10. Gilbert and Sullivan on Corporations: Correspondence
  11. The Great Rowfant Mystery: Talk, Rowfant Club: April 7, 2000
  12. Henri de Latouche and The Murder Memoirs of Clarisse Manson: 19th Century French Studies offprint, Volume III, Numbers 3 and 4: Spring-Summer 1975
  13. Henri de Latouche and The Murder Memoirs of Clarisse Manson: Galley proof
  14. Henri de Latouche and The Murder Memoirs of Clarisse Manson: Manuscript/typescript: First draft
  15. Henri de Latouche and The Murder Memoirs of Clarisse Manson: Typescript: Second draft
  16. Henri de Latouche and The Murder Memoirs of Clarisse Manson: Typescript
  17. Henri de Latouche and The Murder Memoirs of Clarisse Manson: Typescript with manuscript inserts, heavily corrected
  18. Henri de Latouche and The Murder Memoirs of Clarisse Manson: Typescript of The Murder Memoirs of Clarisse Manson
  19. Henri de Latouche and The Murder Memoirs of Clarisse Manson: Typescripts of The Murder Memoirs of Clarisse Manson with note, "Deleted from revision of September 25, 1974"
  20. Henri de Latouche and The Murder Memoirs of Clarisse Manson: Correspondence: 1974-1975
  21. Henri de Latouche and The Murder Memoirs of Clarisse Manson: Research
  22. Henri de Latouche and The Murder Memoirs of Clarisse Manson: Research notes
  23. History's Mysteries: Vidocq: The First Detective, The History Channel: Borowitz interview as a Vidocq scholar: Shooting script with accompanying correspondence: February 1, 1999
  24. History's Mysteries: Vidocq: The First Detective, The History Channel: Borowitz interview as a Vidocq scholar: Correspondence and notes: 1999
  25. History's Mysteries: Vidocq: The First Detective, The History Channel: Borowitz interview as a Vidocq scholar: Research and notes
  26. How Artists Look at Punishment: Senior Lawyer, ABA Senior Lawyers Division: January 1986

Subseries 4B: Articles, Essays, Exhibits and Talks: General

Published articles and manuscripts are followed by other material types which are organized alphabetically. Many of Borowitz's articles were later republished in book compellations.

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  1. Innocence and Arsenic: The Literary and Criminal Careers of C.J.L. Almquist: Armchair Detective: November 1975
  2. Innocence and Arsenic: The Literary and Criminal Careers of C.J.L. Almquist: Manuscript/typescript
  3. Innocence and Arsenic: The Literary and Criminal Careers of C.J.L. Almquist: Typescripts
  4. Innocence and Arsenic: The Literary and Criminal Careers of C.J.L. Almquist: Correspondence: 1969-1975
  5. Innocence and Arsenic: The Literary and Criminal Careers of C.J.L. Almquist: Research
  6. Innocence and Arsenic: The Literary and Criminal Careers of C.J.L. Almquist: Research
  7. Innocence and Arsenic: The Literary and Criminal Careers of C.J.L. Almquist: Research notes
  8. The Interrupted Letter [Marcel Fink stories, fiction]: Grandpeoples Mini-News, volume III, issue 5: May 1991
  9. The Interrupted Letter [Marcel Fink stories, fiction]: Manuscript
  10. The Interrupted Letter [Marcel Fink stories, fiction]: Typescripts: Undated
  11. The Interrupted Letter [Marcel Fink stories, fiction]: Typescripts: Copyright 1974
  12. The Interrupted Letter [Marcel Fink stories, fiction]: Typescripts: Copyright 1975
  13. The Interrupted Letter [Marcel Fink stories, fiction]: Typescript, "Market to show changes for Marathon presentation": March 14, 1976
  14. The Interrupted Letter [Marcel Fink stories, fiction]: Typescripts: Copyright 1981
  15. The Interrupted Letter [Marcel Fink stories, fiction]: Correspondence: 1973-1976
  16. The Interrupted Letter [Marcel Fink stories, fiction]: Correspondence: 1981-1988
  17. Introduction to Antitrust Symposium: The "New" Competition in Marketing: Legacy of GTE Sylvania and Berkey Photo: The University of Toledo Law Review: Spring 1982
  18. The Jackal and I or How to do Research in London: The Unicorn and offprints: Spring 1976
  19. The Jackal and I or How to do Research in London: Manuscript
  20. The Jackal and I or How to do Research in London: Typescripts
  21. The Jackal and I or How to do Research in London: Typescripts: Copyright 1974
  22. The Jackal and I or How to do Research in London: Correspondence: 1974-1976
  23. The Jackal and I or How to do Research in London: Talk, Cleveland Public Library: June 23, 1981
  24. The Janitor's Story: An Ethical Dilemma in the Harvard Murder Case: American Bar Association Journal: December 1980
  25. The Janitor's Story: An Ethical Dilemma in the Harvard Murder Case: Galley proof
  26. The Janitor's Story: An Ethical Dilemma in the Harvard Murder Case: Early drafts: 1979
  27. The Janitor's Story: An Ethical Dilemma in the Harvard Murder Case: Typescripts: 1979
  28. The Janitor's Story: An Ethical Dilemma in the Harvard Murder Case: Typescripts, revised: May 1981
  29. The Janitor's Story: An Ethical Dilemma in the Harvard Murder Case: Correspondence: 1979-1981
  30. The Janitor's Story: An Ethical Dilemma in the Harvard Murder Case: Research and notes
  31. The Janitor's Story: An Ethical Dilemma in the Harvard Murder Case: Talk, Webster Parkman Murder Case, Sigma XI, The Scientific Research Society, Case Western Reserve University Chapter: February 17, 1988

Subseries 4B: Articles, Essays, Exhibits and Talks: General

Published articles and manuscripts are followed by other material types which are organized alphabetically. Many of Borowitz's articles were later republished in book compellations.

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Series 2 -- Articles/Essays

  1. Joint Business Actions by Competitors: Are Any Permissible?: Ohio State Law Journal: Fall 1971
  2. Joint Business Actions by Competitors: Are Any Permissible?: Ohio State Law Journal offprint: Fall 1971
  3. The Judge's Black Cadillac [Kagy Murder case]: The Gamut, Number 25: Winter 1988
  4. The Judge's Black Cadillac [Kagy Murder case]: Gallery proofs with accompanying correspondence from Jonathan Goodman
  5. The Judge's Black Cadillac [Kagy Murder case]: Typescripts, with earlier titles "The Kagy Murder Case" and "The 'Third Man' Murder Case"
  6. The Judge's Black Cadillac [Kagy Murder case]: Typescripts
  7. The Judge's Black Cadillac [Kagy Murder case]: Correspondence: 1986-1987
  8. The Judge's Black Cadillac [Kagy Murder case]: Research and notes
  9. The Judge's Black Cadillac [Kagy Murder case]: Research: Joyce Trial
  10. The Judge's Black Cadillac [Kagy Murder case]: Research: McGannon Trial
  11. The Judge's Black Cadillac [Kagy Murder case]: Research: McGannon Perjury Trial
  12. Kidnapping of Billy Whitla, Cleveland Magazine: November 1984
  13. Kidnapping of Billy Whitla: Manuscript and typescripts with accompanying correspondence: August 21, 1984
  14. Kidnapping of Billy Whitla: Correspondence: 1984
  15. Kidnapping of Billy Whitla: Research and notes

Subseries 4B: Articles, Essays, Exhibits and Talks: General

Published articles and manuscripts are followed by other material types which are organized alphabetically. Many of Borowitz's articles were later republished in book compellations.

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  1. Lamech, the Second Biblical Killer: Manuscript/typescript
  2. Lamech, the Second Biblical Killer: Typescripts: 2006
  3. Lamech, the Second Biblical Killer: Galley proofs with accompanying correspondence from Legal Studies Forum: 2006-2007
  4. Lamech, the Second Biblical Killer: Correspondence: 2006-2007
  5. Lamech, the Second Biblical Killer: Illustrations
  6. Lamech, the Second Biblical Killer: Research: Adam and Eve, Second Book of
  7. Lamech, the Second Biblical Killer: Research: Charles Brifaut
  8. Lamech, the Second Biblical Killer: Research: Cane's Line
  9. Lamech, the Second Biblical Killer: Research: Christian Authors, Early authors commenting on Lamech
  10. Lamech, the Second Biblical Killer: Research: Christian Bible Studies, commentaries and sermons
  11. Lamech, the Second Biblical Killer: Research: Dead Sea Scrolls, Tales of the Patriarchs
  12. Lamech, the Second Biblical Killer: Research: Death penalty
  13. Lamech, the Second Biblical Killer: Research: Encyclopedias
  14. Lamech, the Second Biblical Killer: Research: Rene Girard
  15. Lamech, the Second Biblical Killer: Research: Jewish sources
  16. Lamech, the Second Biblical Killer: Research: Jubilees, Book of
  17. Lamech, the Second Biblical Killer: Research: Masonry
  18. Lamech, the Second Biblical Killer: Research: Medieval plays
  19. Lamech, the Second Biblical Killer: Research: Mormonism
  20. Lamech, the Second Biblical Killer: Research: Poetry, English and Norse
  21. Lamech, the Second Biblical Killer: Research: Poetry, Hebrew
  22. Lamech, the Second Biblical Killer: Research: Polygamy
  23. Lamech, the Second Biblical Killer: Research: Pseudo-Philo
  24. Lamech, the Second Biblical Killer: Research: Emanuel Swedenborg
  25. Lamech, the Second Biblical Killer: Research: Targums
  26. Lamech, the Second Biblical Killer: Research: General
  27. Lamech, the Second Biblical Killer: Research notes

Subseries 4B: Articles, Essays, Exhibits and Talks: General

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Series 2 -- Articles/Essays

  1. The Last Days of Lyndon or Vietnam Follies of 1968: Typescript
  2. ". . . a little causerie about things in general. . ." Arthur Machen's Notes in Montgomery Evans' Set of The Caerleon Edition of the Works of Arthur Machen: Booklet, KSU Libraries publication, based on donations by Albert Borowitz, pamphlet, correspondence and exhibit photographs: 1994
  3. Lully and the Death of Cambert: Music Review: November 1974
  4. Lully and the Death of Cambert: Music Review offprints: November 1974
  5. Lully and the Death of Cambert: Manuscripts
  6. Lully and the Death of Cambert: Typescripts
  7. Lully and the Death of Cambert: Correspondence: 1973-1974
  8. Lully and the Death of Cambert: Correspondence: 1975
  9. Lully and the Death of Cambert: Research
  10. Lully and the Death of Cambert: Research
  11. Lully and the Death of Cambert: Research
  12. Lully and the Death of Cambert: Research notes
  13. The Many Rises and Falls of J. Rufus Wallingford: Armchair Detective: Winter 1979
  14. The Many Rises and Falls of J. Rufus Wallingford: Manuscript/typescript, first draft
  15. The Many Rises and Falls of J. Rufus Wallingford: Typescripts: Copyright 1977
  16. The Many Rises and Falls of J. Rufus Wallingford: Correspondence: 1977-1979
  17. The Mayflower Murderer [John Billington]: Manuscripts and typescripts
  18. The Mayflower Murderer [John Billington]: Correspondence: 1997
  19. The Mayflower Murderer [John Billington]: Research and notes
  20. The Medea of Kew Gardens Hills [Alice Crimmins case]: Manuscripts/typescripts
  21. The Medea of Kew Gardens Hills [Alice Crimmins case]: Typescript: First draft: Copyright 1988
  22. The Medea of Kew Gardens Hills [Alice Crimmins case]: Typescript: Originally titled, "The Trials of Medea"
  23. The Medea of Kew Gardens Hills [Alice Crimmins case]: Typescripts: Copyright 1988
  24. The Medea of Kew Gardens Hills [Alice Crimmins case]: Correspondence: 1988
  25. The Medea of Kew Gardens Hills [Alice Crimmins case]: Research: Court manuscripts and newspaper clippings
  26. The Medea of Kew Gardens Hills [Alice Crimmins case]: Research notes

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  1. Murder at the New York Tribune: Temporary Insanity or Revenge Deferred?: FORUM: California Attorneys for Criminal Justice, volume 9, number 4: September-October 1982
  2. Murder at the New York Tribune: Temporary Insanity or Revenge Deferred?: Galley proof
  3. Murder at the New York Tribune: Temporary Insanity or Revenge Deferred?: Manuscript
  4. Murder at the New York Tribune: Temporary Insanity or Revenge Deferred?: Typescripts: Copyright 1982
  5. Murder at the New York Tribune: Temporary Insanity or Revenge Deferred?: Correspondence
  6. Murder at the New York Tribune: Temporary Insanity or Revenge Deferred?: Talk, Our Society, London: September 27, 1987 including Our Society tie
  7. Murder Considered as One of the Fine Arts: Cleveland Public Library exhibition: Correspondence: 1982-1983
  8. Murder Considered as One of the Fine Arts: Cleveland Public Library exhibition: Exhibition catalog: January-March 1983
  9. Murder Considered as One of the Fine Arts: Cleveland Public Library exhibition: Exhibition object list and valuations: December 2, 1982
  10. Murder Considered as One of the Fine Arts: Cleveland Public Library exhibition: Illustrations: Slides and negatives
  11. Murder Considered as One of the Fine Arts: Cleveland Public Library exhibition: Talk: February 17, 1983
  12. A Murder in Camelot [Pendragon Murder case]: Manuscripts and typescripts: Copyright 1988
  13. A Murder in Camelot [Pendragon Murder case]: Correspondence: 1987-1988
  14. A Murder in Camelot [Pendragon Murder case]: Photograph of with accompanying correspondence
  15. A Murder in Camelot [Pendragon Murder case]: Research
  16. Murder in the Car Pool [Marcel Fink stories, fiction]: Manuscripts and typescripts
  17. Murder in the Car Pool [Marcel Fink stories, fiction]: Correspondence: 1975-1976
  18. The Murder of the Boy Next Door [Mariann Colby case]: Manuscript and typescripts: 1996
  19. The Murder of the Boy Next Door [Mariann Colby case]: Research and notes
  20. Musical Mysteries: Three talks given at The Cleveland Museum of Art as part of The Musart series, including Overtura All'Italiana: Lully and the Death of Cambert, Molto Misterioso: Salieri and the "Murder" of Mozart, and Finale Marked Presto: The Killing of Leclair: Typescripts: 1985-1986
  21. Musical Mysteries: Three talks given at The Cleveland Museum of Art as part of The Musart series: Correspondence, programs and publicity: 1985-1986
  22. Musical Mysteries: Three talks given at The Cleveland Museum of Art as part of The Musart series: Research and notes: 1985-1986
  23. My Life in Crimes: Talk, Women's City Club: December 9, 1986
  24. The Mystery of Edwin Drood: The Armchair Detective: January 1977
  25. The Mystery of Edwin Drood: Typescript: Revised September 30, 1976
  26. The Mystery of Edwin Drood: Correspondence: 1972-1975
  27. The Mystery of Edwin Drood: Research
  28. The Mystery of Edwin Drood: Talk, Rowfant Club: August 25, 1967
  29. New Gaslight on Jack the Ripper: Armchair Detective: June 1976
  30. New Gaslight on Jack the Ripper: Manuscripts and typescripts: Copyright 1975
  31. New Gaslight on Jack the Ripper: Correspondence: 1975-1976
  32. New Gaslight on Jack the Ripper: Research and notes
  33. New Gaslight on Jack the Ripper: Proposed essay for WVIZ TV: 1981
  34. Night Must Fall: The Sinister Behind the Ordinary: The Armchair Detective, volume 14, number 3: Summer 1981
  35. Night Must Fall: The Sinister Behind the Ordinary: Manuscript and typescript
  36. Night Must Fall: The Sinister Behind the Ordinary: Correspondence: 1977-1981
  37. Night Must Fall: The Sinister Behind the Ordinary: Research

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  1. The Ohio Uniform Trust Receipts Act: Ohio State Law Journal, volume 19, number 4: Autumn 1958
  2. O. J. Simpson: America's Newest Crime of the Century: Talk, Our Society: May 23, 1995
  3. The Origin of an Art Style: Typescript: Undated
  4. Packaged Death: Forerunners of the Tylenol Poisonings: Article: "Tylenol murders echo case of 19th century painkiller killer," by Borowitz in Crain's Cleveland Business: November 8, 1982
  5. Packaged Death: Forerunners of the Tylenol Poisonings: American Bar Association Journal: March 1983
  6. Packaged Death: Forerunners of the Tylenol Poisonings: Galley proof
  7. Packaged Death: Forerunners of the Tylenol Poisonings: Typescripts: Copyright 1982
  8. Packaged Death: Forerunners of the Tylenol Poisonings: Manuscript, typescript and correspondence for essay in Jonathan Goodman Anthology, The Christmas Murders: 1986
  9. Packaged Death: Forerunners of the Tylenol Poisonings: Correspondence: 1982-1984
  10. Packaged Death: Forerunners of the Tylenol Poisonings: Research
  11. Packaged Death: Forerunners of the Tylenol Poisonings: Research
  12. Packaged Death: Forerunners of the Tylenol Poisonings: Talk, Case Western Reserve University, the Sherlock Holmes Annual Birthday Bash: January 15, 1983
  13. Poison Queen [Emma Colavito case]: Western Reserve: May 1989
  14. Poison Queen [Emma Colavito case]: Manuscripts
  15. Poison Queen [Emma Colavito case]: Partial manuscripts
  16. Poison Queen [Emma Colavito case]: Correspondence
  17. Poison Queen [Emma Colavito case]: Research: Newspaper clippings

Subseries 4B: Articles, Essays, Exhibits and Talks: General

Published articles and manuscripts are followed by other material types which are organized alphabetically. Many of Borowitz's articles were later republished in book compellations.

Box 77

Folder -- Contents

  1. "Pore Jud is Daid": Violence and Lawlessness in the Plays of Lynn Riggs: Legal Studies Forum: Volume 27, Number 1, Reprint: 2003
  2. "Pore Jud is Daid": Violence and Lawlessness in the Plays of Lynn Riggs: Galley proof
  3. "Pore Jud is Daid": Violence and Lawlessness in the Plays of Lynn Riggs: Manuscript
  4. "Pore Jud is Daid": Violence and Lawlessness in the Plays of Lynn Riggs: Typescripts: May 14, 2002
  5. "Pore Jud is Daid": Violence and Lawlessness in the Plays of Lynn Riggs: Typescripts: May 20, 2002
  6. "Pore Jud is Daid": Violence and Lawlessness in the Plays of Lynn Riggs: Typescripts with accompanying correspondence: May 22, 2002
  7. "Pore Jud is Daid": Violence and Lawlessness in the Plays of Lynn Riggs: Correspondence: 2002-2003
  8. "Pore Jud is Daid": Violence and Lawlessness in the Plays of Lynn Riggs: Research
  9. "Pore Jud is Daid": Violence and Lawlessness in the Plays of Lynn Riggs: Research
  10. "Pore Jud is Daid": Violence and Lawlessness in the Plays of Lynn Riggs: Research
  11. "Pore Jud is Daid": Violence and Lawlessness in the Plays of Lynn Riggs: Research: Photocopies of Riggs' novel, The Affair at Easter: Volume 1
  12. "Pore Jud is Daid": Violence and Lawlessness in the Plays of Lynn Riggs: Research: Photocopies of Riggs' novel, The Affair at Easter: Volume 2
  13. "Pore Jud is Daid": Violence and Lawlessness in the Plays of Lynn Riggs: Research: Photocopies of Riggs' novel, The Affair at Easter: Volume 3
  14. "Pore Jud is Daid": Violence and Lawlessness in the Plays of Lynn Riggs: Research: Photocopies of Riggs' novel, The Affair at Easter: Volume 4
  15. "Pore Jud is Daid": Violence and Lawlessness in the Plays of Lynn Riggs: Research: Photocopies of Riggs' novel, The Affair at Easter: Volume 5
  16. "Pore Jud is Daid": Violence and Lawlessness in the Plays of Lynn Riggs: Research: Photocopy of Doctoral Thesis, Lynn Riggs, Dramatist: A Critical Biography: June 1959
  17. "Pore Jud is Daid": Violence and Lawlessness in the Plays of Lynn Riggs: Research notes
  18. "Pore Jud is Daid": Violence and Lawlessness in the Plays of Lynn Riggs: Talk, Rowfant Club: March 14, 2003

Subseries 4B: Articles, Essays, Exhibits and Talks: General

Published articles and manuscripts are followed by other material types which are organized alphabetically. Many of Borowitz's articles were later republished in book compellations.

Box 78

Folder -- Contents

  1. Pricing Problems in Distributor and Franchise Systems, University of Cincinnati Law Review: Spring 1969
  2. Psychological Kidnapping in Italy: The Case of Aldo Braibanti: American Bar Association Journal: October 1971
  3. Psychological Kidnapping in Italy: The Case of Aldo Braibanti: Galley proof
  4. Psychological Kidnapping in Italy: The Case of Aldo Braibanti: Manuscript
  5. Psychological Kidnapping in Italy: The Case of Aldo Braibanti: Typescript
  6. Psychological Kidnapping in Italy: The Case of Aldo Braibanti: Typescript
  7. Psychological Kidnapping in Italy: The Case of Aldo Braibanti: Correspondence: 1970-1975
  8. Psychological Kidnapping in Italy: The Case of Aldo Braibanti: Letter to the editor, regarding article, American Bar Association Journal: February 1972
  9. Psychological Kidnapping in Italy: The Case of Aldo Braibanti: Research
  10. Psychological Kidnapping in Italy: The Case of Aldo Braibanti: Research
  11. Psychological Kidnapping in Italy: The Case of Aldo Braibanti: Research
  12. Psychological Kidnapping in Italy: The Case of Aldo Braibanti: Research
  13. Psychological Kidnapping in Italy: The Case of Aldo Braibanti: Research: Newspaper clippings
  14. The Puzzle of the Running Man (Marcel Fink stories, fiction): Manuscripts and typescripts: Copyright 1975 and 1981
  15. The Puzzle of the Running Man (Marcel Fink stories, fiction): Correspondence: 1975-1976
  16. The Rain in Camelot: Typescript
  17. A Roman Murder Trial: M. Tullius Cicero for the Defense: American Bar Association Journal: October 1969
  18. A Roman Murder Trial: M. Tullius Cicero for the Defense: Galley proof
  19. A Roman Murder Trial: M. Tullius Cicero for the Defense: Typescript
  20. A Roman Murder Trial: M. Tullius Cicero for the Defense: Correspondence: 1967-1969
  21. A Roman Murder Trial: M. Tullius Cicero for the Defense: Research: "On the Pro Cluentio of Cicero" by H. Nettleship
  22. A Roman Murder Trial: M. Tullius Cicero for the Defense: Research notes
  23. A Roman Murder Trial: M. Tullius Cicero for the Defense: Talk, Rowfant Club: March 15, 1968

Subseries 4B: Articles, Essays, Exhibits and Talks: General

Salieri and the "Murder" of Mozart originally was originally titled, The Murder of Mozart. Published articles and manuscripts are followed by other material types which are organized alphabetically. Many of Borowitz's articles were later republished in book compellations.

Box 79

Folder -- Contents

  1. Salieri and the "Murder" of Mozart: Musical Quarterly: April 1973
  2. Salieri and the "Murder" of Mozart: Galley proof
  3. Salieri and the "Murder" of Mozart: Typescript with manuscript inserts
  4. Salieri and the "Murder" of Mozart: Typescripts
  5. Salieri and the "Murder" of Mozart: Typescript
  6. Salieri and the "Murder" of Mozart: Correspondence: 1971-1974 and 1984
  7. Salieri and the "Murder" of Mozart: Correspondence: Marked up copy for Jonathan Goodman anthology including negatives: July 5, 1989
  8. Salieri and the "Murder" of Mozart: Typescripts for Legal Studies Forum: 2003
  9. Salieri and the "Murder" of Mozart: Computer disks including Mozart bibliography: 2003
  10. Salieri and the "Murder" of Mozart: Research
  11. Salieri and the "Murder" of Mozart: Research
  12. Salieri and the "Murder" of Mozart: Research
  13. Salieri and the "Murder" of Mozart: Research
  14. Salieri and the "Murder" of Mozart: Research
  15. Salieri and the "Murder" of Mozart: Research
  16. Salieri and the "Murder" of Mozart: Research: Mozart article in Cross Section: Dermatology in General Practice: 1974
  17. Salieri and the "Murder" of Mozart: Research: Newspaper clippings
  18. Salieri and the "Murder" of Mozart: Talk, Rowfant Club: February 18, 1972

Subseries 4B: Articles, Essays, Exhibits and Talks: General

Published articles and manuscripts are followed by other material types which are organized alphabetically. Many of Borowitz's articles were later republished in book compellations.

Box 80

Folder -- Contents

  1. The Snows on the Moors: The American Scholar, volume 40, number 4: Fall 1971
  2. The Snows on the Moors: Reprint from The American Scholar: Fall 1971
  3. The Snows on the Moors: Galley proof
  4. The Snows on the Moors: Manuscript/typescript
  5. The Snows on the Moors: Typescript
  6. The Snows on the Moors: Typescript
  7. The Snows on the Moors: Typescript
  8. The Snows on the Moors: Correspondence: 1970-1971
  9. The Snows on the Moors: Research and notes
  10. Strict Construction in Sung China: The Case of A. Yun: American Bar Association Journal: April 1977
  11. Strict Construction in Sung China: The Case of A. Yun: Galley proof
  12. Strict Construction in Sung China: The Case of A. Yun: Manuscript/typescript
  13. Strict Construction in Sung China: The Case of A. Yun: Typescripts
  14. Strict Construction in Sung China: The Case of A. Yun: Correspondence: 1974-1977
  15. Strict Construction in Sung China: The Case of A. Yun: Research: "Apercu Historique" article
  16. Strict Construction in Sung China: The Case of A. Yun: Research: "Chinese law and Civil Service in Early Sung China" article
  17. Strict Construction in Sung China: The Case of A. Yun: Research: "La Conception De La Loi" article
  18. Strict Construction in Sung China: The Case of A. Yun: Research: "Research problems and perspectives" article
  19. Strict Construction in Sung China: The Case of A. Yun: Research: "Le Droit Chinois" article
  20. Strict Construction in Sung China: The Case of A. Yun: Research: "Experiment in State" article
  21. Strict Construction in Sung China: The Case of A. Yun: Research: Foreign articles
  22. Strict Construction in Sung China: The Case of A. Yun: Research: Stock filings
  23. Strict Construction in Sung China: The Case of A. Yun: Research: "The Trial of A. Yun by Hellmut Wilhelm" article
  24. Strict Construction in Sung China: The Case of A. Yun: Research: "Wang An-Shih, Practical Reformer?" article
  25. Strict Construction in Sung China: The Case of A. Yun: Research notes
  26. [Tales from the Black Museum], [British] Discovery Channel: Borowitz interview on Dr. Robert Buchanan and Carlyle Harris: Correspondence and notes: 2000
  27. Trees: Circle Review, volume 3, number 1: Spring 1967
  28. The Trial of Jane's Aunt: Galley proof Research note: Originally published in the anthology, Chilling and Killing, edited by Joan Kahn, 1978
  29. The Trial of Jane's Aunt: Manuscript/typescripts: Copyright 1977
  30. The Trial of Jane's Aunt: Correspondence: 1977, 1982 and 1985
  31. The Trial of Jane's Aunt: Promotion
  32. The Trial of Jane's Aunt: Publisher: Book catalog: Spring 1978
  33. The Trial of Jane's Aunt: Research
  34. The Trial of Jane's Aunt: Research
  35. The Trial of Jane's Aunt: Research notes
  36. The Trial of Jane's Aunt: Reviews: 1978

Subseries 4B: Articles, Essays, Exhibits and Talks: General

Published articles and manuscripts are followed by other material types which are organized alphabetically. Many of Borowitz's articles were later republished in book compellations.

Box 81

Folder -- Contents

  1. "Under Sentence of Death": American Bar Association Journal, volume 64: August 1978
  2. "Under Sentence of Death": Galley proof
  3. "Under Sentence of Death": Manuscript, originally titled, "Some Literary Views on Capital Punishment"
  4. "Under Sentence of Death": Typescript
  5. "Under Sentence of Death": Correspondence: 1977-1978
  6. "Under Sentence of Death": Research
  7. The Unpleasantness at the Garrick Club: The Victorian Newsletter, number 53: Spring 1978
  8. The Unpleasantness at the Garrick Club: Galley proof
  9. The Unpleasantness at the Garrick Club: Manuscript/typescript
  10. The Unpleasantness at the Garrick Club: Typescripts: Copyright 1976
  11. The Unpleasantness at the Garrick Club: Correspondence: 1976
  12. The Unpleasantness at the Garrick Club: Research: Clubs and Club Life in London by John Timbs (photocopy)
  13. The Unpleasantness at the Garrick Club: Research: Edmund Yates: His Recollections and Experiences (photocopy)
  14. The Unpleasantness at the Garrick Club: Research: The Garrick Club by Percy Fitzgerald (photocopy)
  15. The Unpleasantness at the Garrick Club: Research: The Two Pins Club by Harry Furniss (photocopy)
  16. The Unpleasantness at the Garrick Club: Talk, Rowfant Club: April 21, 1976
  17. Usurping the Rainbow: The Kidnapping of Sidney Reso: Manuscript and typescripts with accompanying correspondence: 1993
  18. Usurping the Rainbow: The Kidnapping of Sidney Reso: Research: Newspaper clippings
  19. Usurping the Rainbow: The Kidnapping of Sidney Reso: Research: Newspaper transcripts
  20. Usurping the Rainbow: The Kidnapping of Sidney Reso: Research notes
  21. Valentine Overboard [Scott Roston case]: New Law Journal, volume 145: November 24, 1995
  22. Valentine Overboard [Scott Roston case]: Typescript, partial
  23. Valentine Overboard [Scott Roston case]: Correspondence: 1995
  24. Valentine Overboard [Scott Roston case]: Research
  25. Visible Proofs: Forensic Views of the Body, National Library of Medicine: Borowitz material loaned for exhibition: 2006
  26. The Wasps and The Litigants: Courtroom Satires of Aristophanes and Racine: The Legal Studies Forum, volume 25, number 3 & 4 (original and offprint): 2001
  27. The Wasps and The Litigants: Courtroom Satires of Aristophanes and Racine: Galley proofs with accompanying correspondence: 2001
  28. The Wasps and The Litigants: Courtroom Satires of Aristophanes and Racine: Manuscripts and typescripts
  29. The Wasps and The Litigants: Courtroom Satires of Aristophanes and Racine: Typescript with accompanying correspondence: October 23, 2000
  30. The Wasps and The Litigants: Courtroom Satires of Aristophanes and Racine: Computer disk
  31. The Wasps and The Litigants: Courtroom Satires of Aristophanes and Racine: Correspondence: 1999-2000
  32. The Wasps and The Litigants: Courtroom Satires of Aristophanes and Racine: Research
  33. The Wasps and The Litigants: Courtroom Satires of Aristophanes and Racine: Research and notes
  34. The Wasps and The Litigants: Courtroom Satires of Aristophanes and Racine: Talk, Rowfant Club: February 25, 2004

Subseries 4B: Articles, Essays, Exhibits and Talks: General

Published articles and manuscripts are followed by other material types which are organized alphabetically. Many of Borowitz's articles were later republished in book compellations.

Box 82

Folder -- Contents

  1. Which the Justice Which the Thief?: The Life and Influence of Fancois-Eugene Vidocq: Booklet, Occasional Papers, Kent State University Special Collections and Archives: 1997
  2. Which the Justice Which the Thief?: The Life and Influence of Fancois-Eugene Vidocq: Galley proofs: Copyright: 1997
  3. Which the Justice Which the Thief?: The Life and Influence of Fancois-Eugene Vidocq: Manuscripts and typescripts: Copyright 1997
  4. Which the Justice Which the Thief?: The Life and Influence of Fancois-Eugene Vidocq: Typescripts: Copyright 1997
  5. [Which the Justice Which the Thief?: The Life and Influence of Fancois-Eugene Vidocq]: Typescripts (in French): 1998
  6. Which the Justice Which the Thief?: The Life and Influence of Fancois-Eugene Vidocq: Correspondence, publicity, notes and tie-pin: 1997-1999
  7. Which the Justice Which the Thief?: The Life and Influence of Fancois-Eugene Vidocq: Illustrations: Galerie Vivienne photographs
  8. Why Thackeray Went to See a Man Hanged: Victorian Newsletter, number 48: Fall 1975
  9. Why Thackeray Went to See a Man Hanged: Manuscript/typescript
  10. Why Thackeray Went to See a Man Hanged: Typescript
  11. Why Thackeray Went to See a Man Hanged: Typescripts: Copyright 1974
  12. Why Thackeray Went to See a Man Hanged: Typescripts: Copyright 1975
  13. Why Thackeray Went to See a Man Hanged: Correspondence: 1974-1976
  14. Why Thackeray Went to See a Man Hanged: Research notes
  15. The Widow of Hardscrabble [Martha Wise case]: Manuscripts/typescripts: Copyright 1991
  16. The Widow of Hardscrabble [Martha Wise case]: Correspondence and notes: 1991
  17. The Widow of Hardscrabble [Martha Wise case]: Photographs of crime-related sites (modern)
  18. The Widow of Hardscrabble [Martha Wise case]: Research
  19. The Widow of Hardscrabble [Martha Wise case]: Research: Newspaper clippings
  20. The Widow of Hardscrabble [Martha Wise case]: Research: Newspaper clippings, The Cleveland Press
  21. William Hope Hodgson: Reprint from the Dictionary of Literary Biography
  22. William Hope Hodgson: Galley proof
  23. William Hope Hodgson: Manuscript/typescript
  24. William Hope Hodgson: Typescript: August 10, 1981
  25. William Hope Hodgson: Correspondence: 1981-1988
  26. William Hope Hodgson: Publisher: Style sheet
  27. William Hope Hodgson: Research
  28. William Hope Hodgson: Research: "Out of the Storm: Uncollected Fantasies by William Hope Hodgson"
  29. W. S. Gilbert, Corporate Gadfly: Harvard Law School Bulletin: Winter 1978

Subseries 4B: Articles, Essays, Exhibits and Talks: General

This box contains miscellaneous crime-related research materials including articles and newspaper clippings.

Box 83

Folder -- Content

  1. Research: Miscellaneous
  2. Research: Miscellaneous
  3. Research: Miscellaneous
  4. Research: Miscellaneous
  5. Research: Miscellaneous
  6. Research: Miscellaneous
  7. Research: Miscellaneous
  8. Research: Miscellaneous

Subseries 4C: Articles, Essays, Exhibits and Talks: Music and Theatrical Programs

Albert Borowitz wrote a number of essays for the Cleveland Orchestra, the Cleveland Play House, and the Great Lakes Shakespeare Festival theatrical programs. Material is organized by the name of the theatrical/musical organization and then alphabetically by the name of the production.

Box 84

Folder -- Contents

  1. The Cleveland Orchestra: Moliere's First Collaborator: Programs: 1980
  2. The Cleveland Orchestra: Moliere's First Collaborator: Correspondence and drafts: 1980
  3. The Cleveland Orchestra: The Murder of Mozart: Programs: 1971
  4. The Cleveland Orchestra: The Murder of Mozart: Typescripts
  5. The Cleveland Play House: Amadeus: Programs: 1984 Research note: Includes 3 cast autographs
  6. The Cleveland Play House: Amadeus: Correspondence, script and typescript: 1984
  7. The Cleveland Play House: Black Coffee: Programs: 1983
  8. The Cleveland Play House: Black Coffee: Correspondence, play (photocopy), typescript and notes: 1982-1983
  9. The Cleveland Play House: Children of Darkness: Programs: 1981
  10. The Cleveland Play House: Children of Darkness: Typescripts
  11. The Cleveland Play House: Children of Darkness: Correspondence
  12. The Cleveland Play House: Children of Darkness: Newspaper clippings
  13. The Cleveland Play House: Children of Darkness: Promotion and pin
  14. The Cleveland Play House: Children of Darkness: Symposium: March 4, 1981
  15. The Cleveland Play House: Cole: Program: 1982
  16. The Cleveland Play House: Cole: Correspondence, typescript and notes: 1982
  17. The Cleveland Play House: Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde: Program: 1975
  18. The Cleveland Play House: Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde: Typescripts: November 17, 1975
  19. The Cleveland Play House: Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde: Correspondence and research: 1975
  20. The Cleveland Play House: Eliot Ness in Cleveland [The Kingsbury Run Murders]: Programs: 2000
  21. The Cleveland Play House: Eliot Ness in Cleveland [The Kingsbury Run Murders]: Manuscript and typescripts: 2000
  22. The Cleveland Play House: Eliot Ness in Cleveland [The Kingsbury Run Murders]: Photographs: Jonathan Goodman and Borowitz touring murder site: Circa 1995
  23. The Cleveland Play House: Eliot Ness in Cleveland [The Kingsbury Run Murders]: Promotion and reviews
  24. The Cleveland Play House: Eliot Ness in Cleveland [The Kingsbury Run Murders]: Research and notes
  25. The Cleveland Play House: Get Rich Quick Wallingford: Programs: 1976
  26. The Cleveland Play House: Get Rich Quick Wallingford: Correspondence: 1976
  27. The Cleveland Play House: Night Must Fall: Programs: 1979
  28. The Cleveland Play House: Night Must Fall: Season poster and photograph of Borowitz family: 1978-1979
  29. The Cleveland Play House: Sherlock Holmes and the Curse of the Sign of Four: Programs: 1982
  30. The Cleveland Play House: Sherlock Holmes and the Curse of the Sign of Four: Correspondence, typescripts and notes: 1982
  31. The Great Lakes Shakespeare Festival: As You Like It: A Forest Romance: Programs: 1975
  32. The Great Lakes Shakespeare Festival: Jeeves Takes Charge: Carry on Wodehouse!: Season program: 1984
  33. The Great Lakes Shakespeare Festival: Jeeves Takes Charge: Carry on Wodehouse!: Miscellaneous includes manuscript, typescript, correspondence, and a copy of the play: 1984
  34. The Great Lakes Shakespeare Festival: Comedy of Errors: A Collaboration of Shakespeare and Plautus: 1974
  35. The Great Lakes Shakespeare Festival: The Frogs: To Hades and Back: Programs: 1975
  36. The Great Lakes Shakespeare Festival: King Lear: Poem of Nature and Human Experience: Programs: 1974
  37. The Great Lakes Shakespeare Festival: Measure for Measure: Program: 1974
  38. The Great Lakes Shakespeare Festival: The Miser: Program: 1975
  39. The Great Lakes Shakespeare Festival: Our Town: American and Universal: 1975
  40. The Great Lakes Shakespeare Festival: Playboy of the Western World: Programs: 1974
  41. The Great Lakes Shakespeare Festival: Under the Gaslight: 1974
  42. The Great Lakes Shakespeare Festival: The Winter's Tale: "A Praise of Time and Seasons": 1975

Series 5: Kent State University Press, True Crime Series Editor

Borowitz served as True Crime series editor at the Kent State University Press from 2003-2006. Material organized alphabetically by subject.

Box 85

Folder -- Contents

  1. True Crime series editor: Book proposals and book sections: 2004-2006
  2. True Crime series editor: Correspondence: Acceptance and resignation: 2003 and 2006
  3. True Crime series editor: Correspondence: 2003-2004
  4. True Crime series editor: Correspondence: 2005-2006
  5. True Crime series editor: Readers' critiques: 2003-2006
  6. True Crime series editor: Ripperology by Robin Odell: Correspondence: 2001-2002
  7. True Crime series editor: Ripperology by Robin Odell: Publisher: Kent State University Press catalog: Fall-Winter 2006
  8. True Crime series editor: Ripperology by Robin Odell: Research: 2001
  9. True Crime series editor: Ripperology by Robin Odell: Synopses and editor's report: 2002-2003

Series 6: Audio-Visual Materials

Audio Visual material organized by format and then chronologically.

Box 86

Folder -- Contents

  1. VHS: Albert Borowitz on Morning Exchange and Andy Borowitz/Square Pegs: January 15, 1983, January 24, 1983 and February 14, 1983
  2. VHS: Shaker Life: December 1986
  3. VHS: Andy Borowitz/Day By Day: October 29, 1987
  4. VHS: O. J. Simpson Trial, Day 2 and Andy Borowitz/Aliens in the Family premier: January 24, 1995 and 1996
  5. VHS: Borowitz Collection, Kent State University Audiovisual Services: October 26, 1995
  6. VHS: Borowitz Collection, Kent State University Audiovisual Services: October 26, 1995
  7. VHS: Andy Borowitz on Jeff Greenfield show: VHS: 2001
  8. VHS: [Andy Borowitz], Dreams, Centerpoint Productions: VHS: Undated
  9. Audiotape: Albert Borowitz, Ohio Portfolio: February 20, 1987
  10. Audiotape: "Crime Collection Stories," Kent State University News and Information: November 8, 1990 and December 7, 1990
  11. Audiotape: Arthur Machen Lecture, Donald and Sue Hassler, Kent State University: September 22, 1994
  12. Audiotape: Albert Borowitz Vidocq talk, Rowfant Club: February 21, 2002
  13. Audiotape: Albert Borowitz talking on the Bermondsey Horror: Undated

Series 7: Oversized Materials and Artifacts

Box 87

Folder -- Contents

  1. Illustrations: Terrorism for Self Glorification: Circa 2005
  2. Medal: Cleveland Arts Prize for Literature from the Women's City Club: 1981
  3. Record: Origin of an Art Style by Albert Borowitz: 33 1/3, microgroove: Undated
  4. Record: Hasty Pudding Theatricals 130th Annual Production: A Thousand Clones, book and lyrics by Andy Borowitz: Undated
  5. Photograph: Victor Babin and Vitya Vronsky Babin, dual pianists: Inscribed photograph of their hands for Helen and Albert Borowitz: Undated
  6. Posters: Mistresses of Murder: Dramatic Readings by Betsy Zajko and Friends, Borowitz Lecture: 1998

Series 7: Oversized Materials and Artifacts

12th Floor Map Case

Folder -- Contents

Oversized

  1. Poster: Jones, Day, Reavis & Pogue: The First Century

Subseries 8A: Restricted Material: KSU Donation Related

Boxes 88-91

Subseries 8B: Restricted Material: Correspondence and Personal Papers

Boxes 92-93