Special Collections and Archives

Robert Lewis papers, productions

Special Collections and Archives

Robert Lewis papers, productions

Finding Aid for the Robert Lewis papers

Sub-series 6A: Productions and scripts: General: After the Fall-Anything Goes

Production and script folders include correspondence, annotated scripts, audition folders, financial information, periodical clippings, photographs, playbills, production notes, publicity, set plans and working musical scores. Material is organized alphabetically by the name of the production and then by subject. When identified, television and movie productions in which Lewis was involved have been noted. When dating scripts, the copyright is noted when given. If not available, then year the item was mailed to or produced by Robert Lewis is given or estimated. Theater set plans and perspective drawings are copies unless otherwise noted.

Box 59

Folder -- Contents

  1. After the Fall: Script, published, removed from unidentified periodical: 1964
  2. American Buffalo: Script, Act 1, lightly annotated (both script and annotations photocopied): Copyright 1975, 1976
  3. American Buffalo: Script, Act 2, lightly annotated (both script and annotations photocopied): Copyright 1975, 1976
  4. The American Clock: Script, Act 1, lightly annotated with some photocopied pages inserted: [no date]
  5. The American Clock: Script, Act 2, lightly annotated with some photocopied pages inserted: [no date]
  6. Anything Goes (movie): Correspondence: 1955-1956
  7. Anything Goes (movie): Music: Song lyrics: March-May, 1955
  8. Anything Goes (movie): Music: Working scores, bound into book: [circa 1955]
  9. Anything Goes (movie): Music: Working scores: Ya Gotta Give the People Hoke (2 copies) , A Second Hand Turban and a Crystal Ball and You Can Bounce Right Back: February 14, March 5, and April 13, 1955
  10. Anything Goes (movie): Photographs on set, at Bing Crosby birthday party during production and one signed by Bing Crosby: 1955
  11. Anything Goes (movie): Production: Cast list, shooting schedules and scene breakdowns: 1955
  12. Anything Goes (movie): Publicity: Invitations to preview and publicity interview list: 1956
  13. Anything Goes (movie): Script: Bound into book, screenplay with photographs from movie inserted, imprinted "Bobby Lewis": March 29, 1955
  14. Anything Goes (movie): Script, page 6 to 39, annotated and tabbed with ground plan drawings and scene sketches (photographic reproductions of watercolors) inserted: December 30, 1954 and March 29, 1955
  15. Anything Goes (movie): Script, page 41 to 94, annotated and tabbed with ground plan drawings and scene sketches (photographic reproductions of watercolors) inserted: December 30, 1954 and March 29, 1955
  16. Anything Goes (movie): Set: Ground plan drawings with annotations and scene sketches (photographic reproductions of watercolors): [circa 1955]

Sub-series 6A: Productions and scripts: General: Article 58-Brigadoon

Production and script folders include correspondence, annotated scripts, audition folders, financial information, periodical clippings, photographs, playbills, production notes, publicity, set plans and working musical scores. Material is organized alphabetically by the name of the production and then by subject.

Box 60

Folder -- Contents

  1. Article 58: Script, Act 1: [no date]
  2. Article 58: Script, Act 2: [no date]
  3. The Assassination of President John Fitzgerald Kennedy: Script: Copyright 1973
  4. At Mrs. Beams: Playbill (Lewis is listed as an "Instructor in Acting"): December 16, 1936
  5. Awake and Sing (Group Theatre): "Excerpts from Awake and Sing" on single typed piece of paper: [no date]
  6. Awake and Sing (Group Theatre): Photograph clipped from periodical: [1936]
  7. Awake and Sing (Group Theatre): Playbills: 1936
  8. Awakenings (movie): Script, page 1 to 65, "2nd Revisions": April 6, 1989
  9. Awakenings (movie): Script, page 66 to 127, "2nd Revisions": April 6, 1989
  10. Backstage (television): Script (pilot), annotated with accompanying correspondence and a proposal for six programs: 1964
  11. Baffled: Script: [no date]
  12. The Berry Picker: Script, photocopied from published book with accompanying correspondence, quotes and newspaper articles [1983] about author James Purdy: [no date]
  13. Beyond the Aegean (movie): Correspondence, newspaper clipping, script pages and notes regarding making a film of Elia Kazan's book of the same title: 1990 and 1992
  14. The Bishop's Bonfire: Script, Act 1: [no date]
  15. The Bishop's Bonfire: Script, Act 2 and 3: [no date]
  16. Blood Wedding (Yale Department of Drama): Playbill (Lewis listed as an actor): December 10 and 14, 1948
  17. The Bohemian Blues: Script, Act 1: December 1, 1990
  18. The Bohemian Blues: Script, Act 2: December 1, 1990
  19. Brigadoon: Correspondence: 1946-1949 and 1960
  20. Brigadoon: Financial: Contracts and legal correspondence: 1946-1951
  21. Brigadoon: Music: Published sheet music for Almost Like Being in Love, Brigadoon, Come to Me, Bend to Me (2 copies), Down on MacConnachy Square, From This Day On, The Heather on the Hill, I'll Go Home with Bonnie Jean, There But for You Go I and Waitin' for my Dearie (2 copies): Copyrights 1947
  22. Brigadoon: Music: Published vocal score: Copyrights 1947 and 1948
  23. Brigadoon: Periodical clippings: [no date]
  24. Brigadoon: Photographs: [circa 1946]
  25. Brigadoon: Photographs: Spiral notebook of rehearsal photographs: Folder 1 of 2: [circa 1946]
  26. Brigadoon: Photographs: Spiral notebook of rehearsal photographs: Folder 2 of 2: [circa 1946]
  27. Brigadoon: Photograph: Boys Club production cast with Lewis: 1959
  28. Brigadoon: Playbills and souvenir program: 1947-1949
  29. Brigadoon: Production: Blocking notes, broadcast schedule, cast and contact lists, rehearsals and scene breakdown and Lewis' notes: 1946 and [no dates]
  30. Brigadoon: Script: [circa 1946]
  31. Brigadoon: Script, Act 1, annotated: [circa 1946]
  32. Brigadoon: Script, Act 2, annotated: [circa 1946]
  33. Brigadoon: Script, Act 1, annotated, "Howell" on cover: [circa 1946]
  34. Brigadoon: Script, Act 2, annotated, "Howell" on cover: [circa 1946]
  35. [Brigadoon]: Set: Photographic copies of set sketches: [circa 1946]

Sub-series 6A: Productions and scripts: General: Buried Alive-Candide

Production and script folders include correspondence, annotated scripts, audition folders, financial information, periodical clippings, photographs, playbills, production notes, publicity, set plans and working musical scores. Material is organized alphabetically by the name of the production and then by subject.

Box 61

Folder -- Contents

  1. Buried Alive: Script, Act 1: [no date]
  2. Buried Alive: Script, Act 2: [no date]
  3. Buried Alive: Script, Act 3 and Lewis notes: [no date]
  4. By the Old Moulmein Pagoda: Script, "#3 Old": [no date]
  5. Caligula (Robert Lewis Acting Company): Photographs: 1978
  6. Caligula (Robert Lewis Acting Company): Playbills: [1978]
  7. Caligula (Robert Lewis Acting Company): Production: Background research, cast lists, correspondence, rehearsal schedule, prop list, scene breakdown and Lewis notes: 1977-[1978]
  8. Caligula (Robert Lewis Acting Company): Script, annotated: [circa 1977]
  9. Candide: Casting: Audition schedules, correspondence and actor's headshots: 1959
  10. Candide: Correspondence: Including legal and production correspondence and correspondence with playwright, Lillian Hellman: March-August, 1958
  11. Candide: Correspondence: Including legal and production correspondence and correspondence with playwright, Lillian Hellman: September-December, 1958
  12. Candide: Correspondence: Including legal and production correspondence and correspondence with playwright, Lillian Hellman: 1959
  13. Candide: Correspondence: Telegrams: 1959
  14. Candide: Music: Published sheet music for It Must Be So: Copyright 1955, 1957
  15. Candide: Periodical clippings and transcribed review from London's Financial Times: 1959
  16. Candide: Photographs: [1959]
  17. Candide: Playbills: 1959
  18. Candide: Production: Cast and contact lists, costume, prop and lighting lists, costumer's notebook, production notes, script pages and Lewis notes: 1959
  19. Candide: Script, Act 1, "13": [circa 1958]
  20. Candide: Script, Act 2, "13": [circa 1958]
  21. Candide: Script, annotated with pencil: [circa 1958]
  22. Candide: Script, Act 1, annotated with blue pen: [circa 1958]
  23. Candide: Script, Act 2, annotated with blue pen: [circa 1958]
  24. Candide: Script, Act 1, annotated with blue and red pencil: [circa 1958]
  25. Candide: Script, Act 2, annotated with blue and red pencil: [circa 1958]
  26. Candide: Script, Act 1, annotated, "Merigold, Prompt": [circa 1958]
  27. Candide: Script, Act 2, annotated, "Merigold, Prompt": [circa 1958]
  28. Candide: Script, Act 1, annotated, Robert Lewis' copy, "N.Y. Production": [circa 1958]
  29. Candide: Script, Act 2, annotated, Robert Lewis' copy, "N.Y. Production": [circa 1958]
  30. Candide: Script, lightly annotated and bound, "Stewart Script 'A' 5": [circa 1958]

Sub-series 6A: Productions and scripts: General: Catch the Dream-Cheri

Production and script folders include correspondence, annotated scripts, audition folders, financial information, periodical clippings, photographs, playbills, production notes, publicity, set plans and working musical scores. Material is organized alphabetically by the name of the production and then by subject.

Box 62

Folder -- Contents

  1. The Case of Clyde Griffiths (Group Theatre): Playbill: [March, 1936]
  2. Catch the Dream: Script, Act 1, very lightly annotated: [no date] Research note: Unlabeled accompanying tape, located in Audio-Visual: Audio cassettes
  3. Catch the Dream: Script, Act 2, very lightly annotated: [no date]
  4. The Celebrity's Garden of Verse: Script: [no date]
  5. Cheri: Casting: Cast list, audition schedules and promotional material for actor Horst Buchholz: 1959
  6. Cheri: Contracts: 1959
  7. Cheri: Correspondence and telegrams: 1958
  8. Cheri: Correspondence and telegrams: January-April, 1959
  9. Cheri: Correspondence and telegrams: May-August, 1959
  10. Cheri: Correspondence and telegrams: September-December, 1959
  11. Cheri: Correspondence and telegrams: 1960, 1962 and [no dates]
  12. Cheri: Financial: Box office receipts: September-November, 1959
  13. Cheri: Financial: Budgets, financial reports, promotional costs and financial audit: 1959
  14. Cheri: Investors: Address cards and investor lists: 1959
  15. Cheri: Investors: Correspondence: June-September, 1959
  16. Cheri: Periodical clippings and reviews: 1959
  17. Cheri: Photographs including portraits (one signed) of Horst Buchholz: [circa 1959]
  18. Cheri: Photographs: [circa 1959]
  19. Cheri: Playbills: 1959
  20. Cheri: Production: Background research, cast and contact lists, production schedule, scene breakdown and Lewis notes: 1959
  21. Cheri: Script, printed on yellow tissue paper, "First Draft" written on envelope: February 2, 1959
  22. Cheri: Script, annotated, "A.L." printed on pink, green and white tissue paper: June 2-4, 1959
  23. Cheri: Script, annotated, in binder with cast and contact lists and Lewis production notes inserted in front: July 29, 1959
  24. Cheri: Script, Act 1, annotated, tabbed, Judd Mathison's copy: August 14, 1959
  25. Cheri: Script, Act 2 and 3, annotated, tabbed, Judd Mathison's copy: August 14, 1959
  26. Cheri: Script, Act 1, "Last Version #27": [circa 1959]
  27. Cheri: Script, Act 2 and 3, "Last Version #27": [circa 1959]
  28. Cheri: Script pages and notes regarding script cuts: September 11, 1959 and [no date]

Sub-series 6A: Productions and scripts: General: The Cherry Orchard-The Club Champion's Widow

Production and script folders include correspondence, annotated scripts, audition folders, financial information, periodical clippings, photographs, playbills, production notes, publicity, set plans and working musical scores. Material is organized alphabetically by the name of the production and then by subject.

Box 63

Folder -- Contents

  1. The Cherry Orchard: Music: Handwritten sheet music: [no date]
  2. The Cherry Orchard: Script, lightly annotated, paperback book, Avon Books publisher: Copyright 1965
  3. The Cherry Orchard: Script: [no date]
  4. The Cherry Orchard: Script, photocopied from unidentified published source: [no date]
  5. The Cherry Orchard: Script and production: Script from unidentified published book, individual pages removed and placed in tabbed notebook pages, annotated; notebook pages contain casting information, blocking sketches and Lewis notes: [no dates]
  6. The Cherry Orchard Part Two: Script: Copyright 1990
  7. The Chinese Wall: Production: Scene breakdown, musical cues, stage ground plan sketch and Lewis notes: [no date]
  8. The Chinese Wall: Script, pages Introduction-60, from published book: Individual pages removed and glued in tabbed notebook pages (glue failing), beginning of script annotated: Copyright 1955, 1961
  9. The Chinese Wall: Script, pages 61-121, from published book: Individual pages removed and glued in tabbed notebook pages (glue failing): Copyright 1955, 1961
  10. The Circus of Dr. Lao: Contracts and budget: 1952
  11. The Circus of Dr. Lao: Investors: Correspondence: September-October, 1952
  12. The Circus of Dr. Lao: Production: Audition list, newspaper review of the published work and Lewis notes: 1952
  13. The Circus of Dr. Lao: Script: Copyright 1952
  14. The Circus of Dr. Lao: Script, annotated: Copyright 1952
  15. Circus Ring: Script with accompanying Lewis note: Copyright, 1978
  16. Class Action: Script, page 1-55, with accompanying note: April 27, 1989
  17. Class Action: Script, page 56-115: April 27, 1989
  18. The Club Champion's Widow (Robert Lewis Acting Company): Guest book from premier (?): [1977]
  19. The Club Champion's Widow (Robert Lewis Acting Company): Guest book from premier (?): [1977]
  20. The Club Champion's Widow (Robert Lewis Acting Company): Photographs and contact sheets: [1976-1977]
  21. The Club Champion's Widow (Robert Lewis Acting Company): Playbill: [1977]
  22. The Club Champion's Widow (Robert Lewis Acting Company): Production: Audition list, rehearsal schedule, stage manager's timesheets, musical cues and ground plan drawing: [circa 1976]
  23. The Club Champion's Widow: Script, annotated: March 19, 1977

Sub-series 6A: Productions and scripts: General: Cock-A-Doodle Dandy-Crisis

Production and script folders include correspondence, annotated scripts, audition folders, financial information, periodical clippings, photographs, playbills, production notes, publicity, set plans and working musical scores. Material is organized alphabetically by the name of the production and then by subject.

Box 64

Folder -- Contents

  1. Cock-A-Doodle Dandy (Robert Lewis Theatre Workshop): Production: Cast list, rehearsal schedule and Lewis' notes: 1952
  2. Cock-A-Doodle Dandy: Correspondence regarding readings of the play to fundraise for a full production: 1953
  3. Cock-A-Doodle Dandy (Yale School of Drama): Music: Handwritten sheet music: 1974
  4. Cock-A-Doodle Dandy (Yale School of Drama): Playbills: 1974
  5. Cock-A-Doodle Dandy (Yale School of Drama): Production: Correspondence and memorandum regarding production including cast list, budget and rehearsal schedules and Lewis' notes: 1974
  6. Cock-A-Doodle Dandy (Yale School of Drama): Script, annotated: 1974
  7. Cock-A-Doodle Dandy: Correspondence regarding Lewis' intention to direct Cock-A-Doodle Dandy: June, 1985-March, 1986
  8. Cock-A-Doodle Dandy: Script: [no date]
  9. [The Collection (?)]: Correspondence including Lewis' ground plan sketch attached: [circa 1970-1971]
  10. The Collection and The Lover (produced together): Newspaper clipping and typed reviews: February, 1971
  11. Colette's "My Mother's House": Script, Act 1: Copyright 1957
  12. Colette's "My Mother's House": Script, Act 2: Copyright 1957
  13. Colombe: Script, pages 1-75: [no date]
  14. Colombe: Script, pages 76-151: [no date]
  15. Come Back to the 5 and Dime, Jimmy Dean, Jimmy Dean: Script, Act 1: Copyright 1976, revised October 1978
  16. Come Back to the 5 and Dime, Jimmy Dean, Jimmy Dean: Script, Act 2: Copyright 1976, revised October 1978
  17. The Coming of Mr. Pine: Script: Copyright April, 1976
  18. Cracks: Script: Copyright 1962
  19. Crazy Canazie: Script: [no date]
  20. Creon: Script, pages 1-44: [no date]
  21. Creon: Script, pages 45-88: [no date]
  22. Crimes and Crimes (Yale Repertory): Casting: Correspondence, resume, headshots and Lewis' notes: 1969-1970
  23. Crimes and Crimes (Yale Repertory): Photographs: [1969-1970]
  24. Crimes and Crimes (Yale Repertory): Production: Cast list, contact and scene lists, ground plan drawings and Lewis notes: 1969-1970
  25. Crimes and Crimes (Yale Repertory): Script, page 1-40, annotated, "Corrected 10/31/69, 11/10/69": 1969
  26. Crimes and Crimes (Yale Repertory): Script, page 41-87, annotated, "Corrected 10/31/69, 11/10/69": 1969
  27. Crimes and Crimes (Yale Repertory): Script, page 1-40, annotated, tabbed, Judd Mathison's copy, "Corrected 10/31/69, 11/10/69": 1969
  28. Crimes and Crimes (Yale Repertory): Script, page 41-87, annotated, tabbed, Judd Mathison's copy, "Corrected 10/31/69, 11/10/69": 1969
  29. Crimes and Crimes (Yale Repertory): Script, page 1-40, annotated, tabbed, with ground plan drawings inserted: 1969
  30. Crimes and Crimes (Yale Repertory): Script, page 41-87, annotated, tabbed, with ground plan drawings inserted: 1969
  31. Crisis: Script, Act 1 and accompanying correspondence: 1990
  32. Crisis: Script, Act 2: 1990

Sub-series 6A: Productions and scripts: General: A Day of Grace-Excursion

Production and script folders include correspondence, annotated scripts, audition folders, financial information, periodical clippings, photographs, playbills, production notes, publicity, set plans and working musical scores. Material is organized alphabetically by the name of the production and then by subject.

Box 65

Folder -- Contents

  1. A Day of Grace: Production: Audition and cast list, lighting cues and Lewis' notes: [1966]
  2. A Day of Grace: Script, page 1-35, annotated, tabbed: 1966
  3. A Day of Grace: Script, page 36-78, annotated, tabbed: 1966
  4. Death Comes to Us All, Mary Agnes (Yale School of Drama): Production: Production memorandum, press release, newsletter, playbill, original ground plan sketches, notes from playwright, Christopher Durang, and Lewis notes: 1975
  5. Death Comes to Us All, Mary Agnes: Script, annotated, tabbed: [1975]
  6. Doctor in Spite of Himself (musical): Production: Cast and staff lists and Lewis notes: [1952] Research note: Do not handle. Use Research copy folder provided.
  7. Doctor in Spite of Himself (musical): Production: Cast and staff lists and Lewis notes: [1952] Research copy folder
  8. Doctor in Spite of Himself (musical): Script, Act 1, "Revised 2/8/52": 1952
  9. Doctor in Spite of Himself (musical): Script, Act 2, "Revised 2/8/52": 1952
  10. Dr. Kheal: Script, lightly annotated: [no date]
  11. Dragon Country: Script, Confessional, first play: [no date]
  12. Dragon Country: Script, I Can't Imagine Tomorrow, second play: [no date]
  13. Dragon Seed (movie): Photographs: Lewis portrait and still: [1943]
  14. Dragon Seed (movie): Script, annotated, pages 1-99: September 25, 1943
  15. Dragon Seed (movie): Script, annotated, pages 100-end with additional pages: September 25, 1943
  16. The Dreamer Examines His Pillow: Script photocopied from published unidentified book: [late 1980s]
  17. The Eccentricities of a Nightingale: Script: Copyright 1964, September, 1976
  18. An Enemy of the People: Casting: Audition lists: 1950 Research note: Fragile pages. Use Research copies provided in folder.
  19. An Enemy of the People: Correspondence and telegrams: 1950-1951
  20. An Enemy of the People: Photographs: [circa 1950]
  21. An Enemy of the People: Photographs of rehearsals and parties: [circa 1950]
  22. An Enemy of the People: Poster: Small promotional poster with photographic print of play in rehearsal: [circa 1950]
  23. An Enemy of the People: Production: Cast and contact lists, production schedule, scene synopsis, script pages and Lewis notes: 1950
  24. An Enemy of the People: Script: [circa 1950]
  25. An Enemy of the People: Script, heavily annotated, "Revised Version": [circa 1950]
  26. An Enemy of the People: Set: Original ground plan sketches of stage sets with note from Aline Bertein: [circa 1950]
  27. Escape Me Never!: Script, photocopy of published script: Copyright 1935, stamped March 29, 194[8]
  28. Euripides at Bay: Script, page 1-50: October, 1977
  29. Euripides at Bay: Script, page 51-106: October, 1977
  30. The Eve of St. Mark: Correspondence: 1945
  31. The Eve of St. Mark: Photographs: [1945]
  32. Excursion (television): Production: Rehearsal schedule and Lewis notes: 1953
  33. Excursion (television): Script, annotated: December 6, 1953

Sub-series 6A: Productions and scripts: General: Family Portrait-Four in Hand

Production and script folders include correspondence, annotated scripts, audition folders, financial information, periodical clippings, photographs, playbills, production notes, publicity, set plans and working musical scores. Material is organized alphabetically by the name of the production and then by subject.

Box 66

Folder -- Contents

  1. Family Portrait: Script, published by Samuel French with pages removed from binding, "Summer 1942" and "Moblie Theatre. . .Hollywood, Cal" written on cover page: (Copyright 1939, 1940), 1942
  2. The Family Reunion (Yale School of Drama): Production: Memorandum, newspaper clipping, playbill, set ground plan drawings and Lewis notes: 1976
  3. The Family Reunion: Script, Act 1, annotated, tabbed, published script with pages removed and interleaved with notebook pages: Copyright, 1939
  4. The Family Reunion: Script, Act 2, annotated, tabbed, published script with pages removed and interleaved with notebook page and Lewis production notes: Copyright, 1939
  5. Fault Line: Script, "1st draft": October, 1988
  6. The Fifth Horseman: Script: [no date]
  7. Fire at Night: Script, Act 1, annotated, "Second draft": Copyright 1957
  8. Fire at Night: Script, Act 2, annotated, "Second draft": Copyright 1957
  9. Five Alarm Waltz: Photographs: [1941]
  10. Five Alarm Waltz: Production: Cast list, original ground plan sketches, typed script pages and Lewis notes: [1941]
  11. Five Alarm Waltz: Script, Act 1 and 2, annotated: 1941
  12. Five Alarm Waltz: Script, Act 3 and additional script pages marked "Prints, March 4, '41," annotated: 1941
  13. Fits and Starts: Script: Copyright 1976
  14. Die Fliegen: Script [German], bound typescript: [no date]
  15. The Flowering Peach: Contract: 1987
  16. The Flowering Peach: Correspondence: 1987-1988
  17. The Flowering Peach: Periodical clippings: 1987-1988
  18. The Flowering Peach: Photographs: Color slides: [1987-1988]
  19. The Flowering Peach: Playbills: 1987
  20. The Flowering Peach: Production: Contact sheets, cue sheets, prop script, rehearsal/production schedules, scene sketch, sound plot and Lewis notes: 1987
  21. The Flowering Peach: Script, page 1-50, annotated, tabbed, photocopy of published script: Script, copyright 1954, production notes,1987
  22. The Flowering Peach: Script, page 51-85, annotated, tabbed, photocopy of published script: Script, copyright 1954, production notes, 1987
  23. The Flowering Peach: Script, page 1-50, annotated (both script and annotations photocopied), ground plan drawings inserted, Stage Manager, David Flasck's copy: [1987]
  24. The Flowering Peach: Script, page 51-85, annotated (both script and annotations photocopied), ground plan drawings inserted, Stage Manager, David Flasck's copy: [1987]
  25. La Folle de Chailot: Script: [no date]
  26. 49 Dogs in the Meat House: Script: [no date]
  27. Four in Hand: Script: [no date]

Sub-series 6A: Productions and scripts: General: Foxy-Foxy, script

Production and script folders include correspondence, annotated scripts, audition folders, financial information, periodical clippings, photographs, playbills, production notes, publicity, set plans and working musical scores. Material is organized alphabetically by the name of the production and then by subject.

Box 67

Folder -- Contents

  1. Foxy: Casting: Audition lists, correspondence, resume and headshots: 1962-1963
  2. Foxy: Correspondence and telegrams: 1962-1964
  3. Foxy: Correspondence with playwright regarding script changes: 1963
  4. Foxy: Document: Untitled typed article by Lewis relating his experience directing Foxy: July 3, 1962
  5. Foxy: Financial: Box office statement and royalty report: 1964
  6. Foxy: Music: Published sheet music for My Night to Howl and Talk to Me Baby, both copies inscribed to Lewis from songwriter Johnny Mercer: Copyright 1963
  7. Foxy: Music: Working scores, cover and songs #1-5: [circa 1962]
  8. Foxy: Music: Working scores, songs #6-10: [circa 1962]
  9. Foxy: Music: Working scores, songs #11-15: [circa 1962]
  10. Foxy: Music: Working scores, songs #16-20 and unnumbered: [circa 1962]
  11. Foxy: Photographs: [circa 1962-1963]
  12. Foxy: Photographs: Rehearsals with Lewis: [circa 1962-1963]
  13. Foxy: Photographs: Slides of theater sets: November, 1963
  14. Foxy: Playbills: 1962 and 1964
  15. Foxy: Production: Cast and contact lists, scene break-downs, annotated script pages and Lewis notes: 1962-1963
  16. Foxy: Script, Act 1, annotated, "Definitive script as played in Dawson City": July 24, 1962
  17. Foxy: Script, Act 2, annotated, "Definitive script as played in Dawson City": July 24, 1962
  18. Foxy: Script, Act 1, annotated: April, 1963
  19. Foxy: Script, Act 2, annotated: April, 1963
  20. Foxy: Script, Act 1, annotated, "G-8", with set sketches and ground plan drawings inserted: October, 1963
  21. Foxy: Script, Act 2, annotated, "G-8", with set sketches and ground plan drawings inserted: October, 1963
  22. Foxy: Script, Act 1, annotated, tabbed, with ground plan drawings inserted: [circa 1962-1963]
  23. Foxy: Script, Act 2, annotated, tabbed, with ground plan drawings inserted: [circa 1962-1963]
  24. Foxy: Script, Act 1, annotated, tabbed, with ground plan drawings inserted: [circa 1962-1963]
  25. Foxy: Script, Act 2, annotated, tabbed, with ground plan drawings inserted: [circa 1962-1963]

Sub-series 6A: Productions and scripts: General: Foxy, script pages-Hamlet

Production and script folders include correspondence, annotated scripts, audition folders, financial information, periodical clippings, photographs, playbills, production notes, publicity, set plans and working musical scores. Material is organized alphabetically by the name of the production and then by subject.

Box 68

Folder -- Contents

  1. Foxy: Script pages, annotated with other dated script pages inserted: April and June, 1963
  2. Foxy: Script pages, "Copy #2 R. Lewis", "Foxy old versions" and miscellaneous annotated pages: [circa 1962-1963]
  3. Foxy: Set: Ground plan drawings and set elevations by Robert Randolph: [circa 1963]
  4. [Friends]: Published book (photocopy), The Thanksgiving Visitor (short story on which the play Friends was based): Copyright 1967, photocopy stamped July 21, 1976
  5. Friends (musical): Script: Copyright 1987
  6. From the Bodini County Songbook Anthology: Playbill and flyer: 1986
  7. From the Bodini County Songbook Anthology: Script: [circa 1986]
  8. Gods of Lightning: Correspondence: 1938 and 1940
  9. Gods of Lightning: Script, Act 1, annotated, "Summer, L.A., 1937": 1937
  10. Gods of Lightning: Script, Act 2, annotated, "Summer, L.A., 1937": 1937
  11. Golden Boy (Group Theatre): Photographs of rehearsals: [1938]
  12. Golden Boy (Group Theatre): Playbills: [1938]
  13. The Grass Harp: Contracts and financial correspondence: 1952
  14. The Grass Harp: Correspondence: 1952
  15. The Grass Harp: Correspondence: Telegrams: 1952
  16. The Grass Harp: Periodical clippings: Richard Avedon photographs of Robert Lewis, Virgil Thomson, Truman Capote and Cecil Beaton from Harper's Bazaar: April, 1952
  17. The Grass Harp: Photographs: [1952]
  18. The Grass Harp: Playbill, audience survey and invitation to a reading of The Grass Harp: 1952
  19. The Grass Harp: Production: Cast list, typed script revisions, original ground plan drawing, Lewis' letter to set designer, Cecil Beaton, and Lewis notes: 1952
  20. The Grass Harp: Script, Act I, annotated, Stage Manager's script: [circa 1952]
  21. The Grass Harp: Script, Act 2, annotated, Stage Manager's script: [circa 1952]
  22. The Grass Harp: Script, annotated: [circa 1952]
  23. Halfway Up the Tree: Correspondence regarding script typos: January 12, 1967
  24. Halfway Up the Tree: Script, Act 1 and 2: Copyright 1966
  25. Halfway Up the Tree: Script, Act 3: Copyright 1966
  26. Hamlet: Production and partial script: Cast list, ground plan drawing, Lewis note and partial script, annotated: 1963

Sub-series 6A: Productions and scripts: General: Handful of Fire-The Happy Time

Production and script folders include correspondence, annotated scripts, audition folders, financial information, periodical clippings, photographs, playbills, production notes, publicity, set plans and working musical scores. Material is organized alphabetically by the name of the production and then by subject.

Box 69

Folder -- Contents

  1. Handful of Fire: Casting: Audition lists, correspondence, resume and headshots: 1958
  2. Handful of Fire: Correspondence: 1958
  3. Handful of Fire: Correspondence: Telegrams: 1958
  4. Handful of Fire: Periocal clippings: 1958
  5. Handful of Fire: Photographs: [1958]
  6. Handful of Fire: Playbills: 1958
  7. Handful of Fire: Production: Cast and contact lists, production schedule, musical cues and Lewis notes: 1958
  8. Handful of Fire: Script, Act 1, tabbed, "Next to final draft": Copyright 1957
  9. Handful of Fire: Script, Act 2, tabbed, "Next to final draft": Copyright 1957
  10. Handful of Fire: Script, Act 1, annotated, tabbed: Copyright 1957
  11. Handful of Fire: Script, Act 2, annotated, tabbed: Copyright 1957
  12. Handful of Fire: Script, Act 1, annotated, tabbed: (cover page missing) [1957]
  13. Handful of Fire: Script, Act 2, annotated, tabbed: (cover page missing) [1957]
  14. Handful of Fire: Script notes, miscellaneous script pages and list of possible titles: 1958
  15. Handful of Fire: Set sketch and ground plan drawings: 1958
  16. Happy Days are Here Again:Periodical clipping: November 16, 1972
  17. Happy Days are Here Again: Script: [no date]
  18. The Happy Time: Correspondence and telegrams: 1950-1951
  19. The Happy Time: Photographs: [circa 1950-1951]
  20. The Happy Time: Production: Cast list, original ground plan drawing, typed script revisions and Lewis' notes: [circa 1950-1951]
  21. The Happy Time: Script, Act 1: [circa 1950]
  22. The Happy Time: Script, Act 2 and 3: [circa 1950]
  23. The Happy Time: Script, Act 1, annotated: [circa 1950]
  24. The Happy Time: Script, Act 2, annotated: [circa 1950]

Sub-series 6A Productions and scripts: General: Harold and Maude-Hey Momma

Production and script folders include correspondence, annotated scripts, audition folders, financial information, periodical clippings, photographs, playbills, production notes, publicity, set plans and working musical scores. Material is organized alphabetically by the name of the production and then by subject.

Box 70

Folder -- Contents

  1. Harold and Maude: Casting: Audition and cast lists, correspondence, resumes and headshots: 1979
  2. Harold and Maude: Contract: July 10, 1979
  3. Harold and Maude: Correspondence and telegrams: 1979-1980
  4. Harold and Maude: Financial: Box office receipts: 1980
  5. Harold and Maude: Financial: Correspondence and expense receipts: 1979-1980
  6. Harold and Maude: Music: Sheet music and song lyrics: 1979
  7. Harold and Maude: Periodical clippings: 1980
  8. Harold and Maude: Photograph of Lewis and cast: [circa 1979-1980]
  9. Harold and Maude: Playbills: 1980
  10. Harold and Maude: Production: Memorandum, scene and wardrobe costs, scene and prop break-downs and Lewis' notes: 1979
  11. Harold and Maude: Script, Act 1, annotated: [circa 1979]
  12. Harold and Maude: Script, Act 2, annotated: [circa 1979]
  13. Harold and Maude: Script, page 1-55, photocopy of movie script: [no date]
  14. Harold and Maude: Script, page 56-110, photocopy of movie script: [no date]
  15. Harold and Maude: Set: Scene sketches (reproductions) and correspondence with set designer: 1979
  16. He Who Gets Slapped: Script (photocopy), published play from unidentified source: [no date]
  17. Heatstroke: Script: [no date]
  18. Heavenly Express: Correspondence: 1940
  19. Heavenly Express: Photographs: [1940]
  20. Heavenly Express: Production: Cast and contact list, original ground plan drawings and Lewis notes: [1940]
  21. Heavenly Express: Script, annotated with additional script pages, "Prod. by K. Bloomgarden, 1940 [unreadable], N.Y.": 1940
  22. Hedda Gabler: Photographs of Japanese production: 1950
  23. Hello Again, movie: Contract and correspondence: 1987
  24. Hello Again, movie: Periodical clippings: 1987
  25. Hello Again, movie: Production: Production schedules and Lewis' publicity sketch: 1987
  26. Hello Again, movie: Script, page 1-55, lightly annotated: [miscellaneous dates, March-May, 1987]
  27. Hello Again, movie: Script, page 56-112, lightly annotated: [miscellaneous dates, March-May, 1987]
  28. Hey Momma: Correspondence: Note from playwright, with accompanying resume and biographical material, playbill and newspaper clipping: [no dates]
  29. Hey Momma: Script, photocopied annotations and light original annotations: [no date]

Sub-series 6A: Productions and scripts: General: The Hidden Eye-Holiday

Production and script folders include correspondence, annotated scripts, audition folders, financial information, periodical clippings, photographs, playbills, production notes, publicity, set plans and working musical scores. Material is organized alphabetically by the name of the production and then by subject.

Box 71

Folder -- Contents

  1. The Hidden Eye (movie): Photographs: [1945]
  2. The Hidden River: Casting: Audition lists, correspondence, resume and headshots: 1956
  3. The Hidden River: Correspondence and telegrams: 1956-1957
  4. The Hidden River: Financial: Correspondence: 1957, 1959 and 1961
  5. The Hidden River: Periodical clippings: 1957
  6. The Hidden River: Photographs: [1967]
  7. The Hidden River: Playbills: 1967
  8. The Hidden River: Production: Prop lists, script changes, original ground plan drawing and Lewis notes: [circa 1956]
  9. The Hidden River: Script, Act 1: [circa 1956]
  10. The Hidden River: Script, Act 2 and 3: [circa 1956]
  11. The Hidden River: Script, Act 1, "Semi-Final Draft": [circa 1956]
  12. The Hidden River: Script, Act 2 and 3, "Semi-Final Draft"`: [circa 1956]
  13. The Hidden River: Script, Act 1, lightly annotated, "Semi-final": [circa 1956]
  14. The Hidden River: Script, Act 2 and 3, lightly annotated, "Semi-final": [circa 1956]
  15. The Hidden River: Script, Act 1, annotated, tabbed: [circa 1956]
  16. The Hidden River: Script, Act 2 and 3, annotated, tabbed: [circa 1956]
  17. The Hidden River: Script, Act 1, annotated, tabbed, Stage Manager's copy: [circa 1956]
  18. The Hidden River: Script, Act 2 and 3, annotated, tabbed, Stage Manager's copy: [circa 1956]
  19. His Excellency: Playbill (Lewis listed as actor): March 11, 12 and 13, 1937
  20. Holiday (musical): Casting: Audition lists, correspondence and actors' headshots: 1968-1969
  21. Holiday (musical): Production: Cast list and Lewis notes: [1969]
  22. Holiday (musical): Production: Correspondence with John F. Wharton regarding music: 1968-1969
  23. Holiday (musical): Script, Act 1, lightly annotated: June, 1968
  24. Holiday (musical): Script, Act 2, lightly annotated: June, 1968
  25. Holiday (musical): Script, Act 1: [circa 1968]
  26. Holiday (musical): Script, Act 2: [circa 1968]
  27. Holiday (musical): Script, Act 1, annotated: [circa 1968]
  28. Holiday (musical): Script, Act 2, annotated: [circa 1968]

Sub-series 6A: Productions and scripts: General: Houdini-Jamaica, correspondence

Production and script folders include correspondence, annotated scripts, audition folders, financial information, periodical clippings, photographs, playbills, production notes, publicity, set plans and working musical scores. Material is organized alphabetically by the name of the production and then by subject.

Box 72

Folder -- Contents

  1. Houdini: Script: [no date]
  2. The House of Blue Leaves: Script, Act 1, lightly annotated: Copyright 1967
  3. The House of Blue Leaves: Script, Act 2, lightly annotated: Copyright 1967
  4. House of Flowers: Script: [no date]
  5. The Human Voice: Script, published script removed from the Partisan Review: [no date]
  6. Hunting Cockroaches: Script (photocopy) from published book, highlighted: [no date]
  7. L'hurluberlu: Script, Act 1 and 2: [no date]
  8. L'hurluberlu: Script, Act 3: [no date]
  9. The Idea: Financial: "Estimated financial budget": [1939]
  10. The Idea: Financial: Lists of potential investors: 1939
  11. The Idea: Correspondence: 1951
  12. The Idea: Financial: Correspondence and lists of potential investors: 1951
  13. The Idea: Script, annotated, "Cut 3/28/51, Revised 4/30/51": 1951
  14. The Idea: Set: Ground plan drawings with correspondence: 1951
  15. In New Kentucky (Group Theatre): Correspondence with "Aunt Mollie Jackson" regarding production: May-June, 1934
  16. In New Kentucky (Group Theatre): Music: Song lyrics with accompanying correspondence from Al Hirsch: April 17, 1934 Research copy
  17. In New Kentucky (Group Theatre): Music: Song lyrics with accompanying correspondence from Al Hirsch: April 17, 1934 Do not handle. Use Research copy folder provided.
  18. In New Kentucky (Group Theatre): Production: Cast list and Lewis' notes: Summer, 1934 Research copy
  19. In New Kentucky (Group Theatre): Production: Cast list and Lewis' notes: Summer, 1934 Do not handle. Use Research copy folder provided.
  20. In New Kentucky (Group Theatre): Script, published in New Masses, lightly annotated: April 3, 1934 Research copy
  21. In New Kentucky (Group Theatre): Script, published in New Masses, lightly annotated: April 3, 1934 Do not handle. Use Research copy folder provided.
  22. The Indictment: Script: [no date]
  23. Intermezzo: Script, Act 1: [no date]
  24. Intermezzo: Script, Act 2 and 3: [no date]
  25. Jackets: Script: [no date]
  26. Jamaica: Casting: Audition lists and audition script pages: 1957
  27. Jamaica: Casting: Correspondence, resumes and headshots and notes: 1957
  28. Jamaica: Correspondence: 1957
  29. Jamaica: Correspondence: Telegrams: 1957
  30. Jamaica: Correspondence: 1958
  31. Jamaica: Correspondence: 1959

Sub-series 6A: Productions and scripts: General: Jamaica, correspondence-Jamaica, set

Production and script folders include correspondence, annotated scripts, audition folders, financial information, periodical clippings, photographs, playbills, production notes, publicity, set plans and working musical scores. Material is organized alphabetically by the name of the production and then by subject.

Box 73

Folder -- Contents

  1. Jamaica: Financial: Box office statements and financial reports: 1957-1959 and 1961
  2. Jamaica: Music: Song lyrics and proposed recording schedule: [circa 1957]
  3. Jamaica: Music: Working scores for Ain' It de Truth?, Cocoanut Sweet, For Every Fish, Horray for de Yankee Dollar and I Don't Think I'll End It All Today (3 copies): Copyrights 1957
  4. Jamaica: Music: Working scores for Incompatability, Leave de Atom Alone, Little Bisquit (Introductory Verse) (2 copies), and Little Biscuit: Copyrights 1957
  5. Jamaica: Music: Working scores for Monkey in the Mango, Napolean, Pity de Sunset, Pretty to Walk With, Push de Button: Copyrights 1957
  6. Jamaica: Music: Working scores for Savannah, Savannah's Wedding Day, Take It Slow Joe and What Good Does It Do?: Copyrights 1957
  7. Jamaica: Periodical clippings: 1957
  8. Jamaica: Photographs of rehearsals and signed photographs from Lena Horne and Ricardo Montalban: [circa 1957]
  9. Jamaica: Photographs: Folder 1 of 3: [circa 1957]
  10. Jamaica: Photographs: Folder 2 of 3: [circa 1957]
  11. Jamaica: Photographs: Folder 3 of 3: [circa 1957]
  12. Jamaica: Photographs: Color slides, hand numbered 1-33, 39-50 and 1A-10A: [circa 1957]
  13. Jamaica: Playbills: 1957
  14. Jamaica: Production: Cast and contact lists, schedules, sound and prop lists, and Lewis notes: 1957
  15. Jamaica: Script, annotated: August 29, 1956
  16. Jamaica: Script, Act 1: [circa 1957]
  17. Jamaica: Script, Act 2: [circa 1957]
  18. Jamaica: Script, tab #1-9, annotated, tabbed, Judd Mathison's copy: [circa 1957]
  19. Jamaica: Script, tab #10-11 and #21-26, annotated, tabbed, Judd Mathison's copy: [circa 1957]
  20. Jamaica: Script, first half, annotated, tabbed, Lewis' copy, in disorder with many revision pages added: [circa 1957]
  21. Jamaica: Script, second half, annotated, tabbed, Lewis' copy, in disorder with many revision pages added: [circa 1957]
  22. Jamaica: Scripts, two partial scripts: [circa 1957]
  23. Jamaica: Set: Ground plan drawings (copies) and set elevations: [circa 1957]

Sub-series 6A: Productions and scripts: General: Jason-Kwamina, production

Production and script folders include correspondence, annotated scripts, audition folders, financial information, periodical clippings, photographs, playbills, production notes, publicity, set plans and working musical scores. Material is organized alphabetically by the name of the production and then by subject.

Box 74

Folder -- Contents

  1. Jason: Photographs: [mid-1940s]
  2. Johnny Johnson (Group Theatre): Photographs: [1936]
  3. Johnny Johnson (Group Theatre): Playbill: 1936
  4. Judy at the Stonewall Inn: Script, Act 1: [no date]
  5. Judy at the Stonewall Inn: Script, Act 2: [no date]
  6. Juniper and the Pagans: Casting: Audition lists and Lewis notes: 1959
  7. Juniper and the Pagans: Correspondence: 1959-1960
  8. Juniper and the Pagans: Financial: Box office receipts: 1959
  9. Juniper and the Pagans: Periodical clipping: December 11, 1959
  10. Juniper and the Pagans: Photographs: [1959]
  11. Juniper and the Pagans: Production: Cast and contact lists and Lewis notes: [1959]
  12. Juniper and the Pagans: Script, Act 1: 1959
  13. Juniper and the Pagans: Script, Act 2 and 3 with revision pages: 1959
  14. Juniper and the Pagans: Script, Act 1, annotated, tabbed, "7": 1959
  15. Juniper and the Pagans: Script, Act 2 and 3, annotated, tabbed, "7": 1959
  16. Juniper and the Pagans: Script, Act 1, annotated, tabbed, Judd Mathison's copy: 1959
  17. Juniper and the Pagans: Script, Act 2 and 3, annotated, tabbed, Judd Mathison's copy: 1959
  18. Juniper and the Pagans: Script pages, marked "old" and "new": [circa 1959]
  19. Kwamina: Background research: Periodical clippings of African costumes and dancers: [1961]
  20. Kwamina: Casting: Audition lists, cast list, correspondence, resumes and headshots: 1961
  21. Kwamina: Correspondence: 1961
  22. Kwamina: Correspondence: Telegrams: 1961
  23. Kwamina: Financial: Box office receipts: 1961
  24. Kwamina: Music: Published sheet music for Nothing More to Look Forward To: Copyright 1961
  25. Kwamina: Music: Working scores for Barbarians and Troubled: [circa 1961]
  26. Kwamina: Periodical clippings: 1961
  27. Kwamina: Photographs: [1961]
  28. Kwamina: Photographs: Rehearsal: [1961]
  29. Kwamina: Playbills: 1961
  30. Kwamina: Production: Cast and contact lists, prop script, sound plot, song list and Lewis notes: 1961

Sub-series : Productions and scripts: General: Kwamina, script-Lolita

Production and script folders include correspondence, annotated scripts, audition folders, financial information, periodical clippings, photographs, playbills, production notes, publicity, set plans and working musical scores. Material is organized alphabetically by the name of the production and then by subject.

Box 75

Folder -- Contents

  1. Kwamina: Script, Act 1, annotated, tabbed, Judd Mathison's copy: May 18, 1961
  2. Kwamina: Script, Act 2, annotated, tabbed, Judd Mathison's copy: May 18, 1961
  3. Kwamina: Script, Act 1, annotated, tabbed, Lewis' copy: May 18, 1961
  4. Kwamina: Script, Act 2, annotated, tabbed, Lewis' copy: May 18, 1961
  5. Kwamina: Script, annotated, "3": August 28, 1961
  6. Kwamina: Script, annotated, "15": August 28, 1961
  7. Kwamina: Script: [1961]
  8. Kwamina: Script revision pages: [1961]
  9. Kwamina: Set: Ground plan drawings (copies with annotations) and original sketches: 1961
  10. The Lady of Larkspur Lotion: Script, annotated: [no date]
  11. Land's End: Correspondence: Telegram: December 11, 1946
  12. Land's End: Playbills: 1946
  13. Land's End: Production: Lewis' production notebook pages: [1946]
  14. Land's End: Script, annotated: [1946]
  15. Land's End: Script revision pages: November 17, 1946
  16. Land's End: Set: Ground plan drawings: [1946]
  17. Landscape with Figures: Script: [no date]
  18. The Last Installment (movie): Photograph: [1945]
  19. Lemon Sky: Script, published in pamphlet form: Copyright 1970, 1986
  20. Lenny Bruce at "Cafe Au Go Go": Script: April 7, 1964
  21. A Life in the Theatre: Script, photocopied with annotations, "Revise 14 Jan 77, 3 Feb 77": Copyright 1975, 1977
  22. Little Eyolf: Script: [no date]
  23. The Living Corpse: Photograph: [circa 1929]
  24. Lolita: Script, Act I, lightly annotated: [no date]

Sub-series 6A: Productions and scripts: General: Long day's Journey into Night-The Melody That Got Lost

Production and script folders include correspondence, annotated scripts, audition folders, financial information, periodical clippings, photographs, playbills, production notes, publicity, set plans and working musical scores. Material is organized alphabetically by the name of the production and then by subject.

Box 76

Folder -- Contents

  1. Long Day's Journey into Night: Casting: Resumes, headshots and Lewis notes: 1979
  2. Long Day's Journey into Night: Correspondence: 1977-1978
  3. Long Day's Journey into Night: Correspondence: January-June, 1979
  4. Long Day's Journey into Night: Correspondence: July-December, 1979
  5. Long Day's Journey into Night: Correspondence: 1980-1981 and [no dates]
  6. Long Day's Journey into Night: Miscellaneous: Material relating to actor/director Hayes Gordon including a newspaper review, a playbill and an article, "Toward an Ethical Theatre": 1974, 1977 and 1979
  7. Long Day's Journey into Night: Periodicals and periodical clippings: 1979
  8. Long Day's Journey into Night: Photographs: [1979]
  9. Long Day's Journey into Night: Playbills and seasonal brochures: 1979
  10. Long Day's Journey into Night: Production: Cast and contact lists, production schedules, memoranda from The Sydney Theatre Company, Lewis' schedule and small Lewis journal: 1979
  11. Long Day's Journey into Night: Set and costume: Original ground plan drawings and photographs of costume sketches and set models: 1979
  12. The Long Stay Cut Short: Script: [no date]
  13. Lord Byron's Love Letter: Script: [no date]
  14. Lost in Yonkers: Script, Act 1, "First draft" with accompanying correspondence: Summer, 1990
  15. Lost in Yonkers: Script, Act 2, "First draft": Summer, 1990
  16. Love Life: Script: 1951
  17. The Lower Depths: Production: Cast list and Lewis notes: [early 1940s]
  18. The Lower Depths: Script, script pages removed from unidentified publication, annotated: [early 1940s]
  19. Maiden Voyage: Script, Act 1, lightly annotated: [no date]
  20. Maiden Voyage: Script, Act 2, lightly annotated: [no date]
  21. Man, Beast and Virtue: Script: [no date]
  22. The Man with the Orange Ears: Script, Act 1: [no date]
  23. The Man with the Orange Ears: Script, Act 2: [no date]
  24. The March of Time (radio): Script: September 29, 1937
  25. Maria Candelaria (movie): Script: [no date]
  26. The Marriage Proposal (Group Theatre): Photographs: 1936
  27. The Marriage Proposal (Group Theatre): Playbill for "A Chekhov Evening": July 15, 1936
  28. A Meeting by the River: Script, Act 1 and accompanying letter: August 11, 1975 and August 18, 1976
  29. A Meeting by the River: Script, Act 2: August 11, 1975
  30. Melodien, Der Blev Vaek: Script (German), published paperback: Copyright 1935
  31. Melodien, Der Blev Vaek: Music: Sheet music published and handwritten: 1935 and [no date]
  32. The Melody That Got Lost: Script: [no date]
  33. The Melody That Got Lost: Script, lightly annotated: [no date]

Sub-series 6A: Productions and scripts: General: The Member of the Wedding-Mister Johnson, script

Production and script folders include correspondence, annotated scripts, audition folders, financial information, periodical clippings, photographs, playbills, production notes, publicity, set plans and working musical scores. Material is organized alphabetically by the name of the production and then by subject.

Box 77

Folder -- Contents

  1. The Member of the Wedding (musical): Script, "First draft" and accompanying correspondence: 1968
  2. The Member of the Wedding (musical): Script: [circa 1968]
  3. Men in White (Group Theatre): Photographs: [1933-1934]
  4. Men in White (Group Theatre): Playbills: [1933-1934]
  5. Mexican Mural: Correspondence and telegrams: 1942
  6. Mexican Mural: Financial: Production expenses: 1942
  7. Mexican Mural: Photographs: [1942]
  8. Mexican Mural: Production: Lewis notes: 1942
  9. Mexican Mural: Script, annotated: [1942]
  10. Miracle of the Magazine Man: Production: Handwritten sheet music, ground plan drawing, scene character break-down, lighting cues and Lewis notes: [no date]
  11. Miracle of the Magazine Man: Script, annotated, tabbed: [no date]
  12. Mister Johnson: Casting: Audition lists, cast lists, correspondence, resumes and headshots and Lewis' notes: 1955
  13. Mister Johnson: Correspondence and telegrams: 1955-1957 and 1969
  14. Mister Johnson: Financial: Box office statements: 1956
  15. Mister Johnson: Financial: Checkbook receipt information, contract information and financial statements: 1955-1956
  16. Mister Johnson: Financial: Costs and salaries: Estimated production costs, salary lists, hotel reservations, and seating price scales: 1955-1956
  17. Mister Johnson: Financial: Investors and prospective investors lists: 1955
  18. Mister Johnson: Periodical clippings: Newspaper and magazine clippings and joke newspaper headline: 1955-1956
  19. Mister Johnson: Photographs: [circa 1956]
  20. Mister Johnson: Photographs: Slides: [circa 1956]
  21. Mister Johnson: Playbills: 1955-1956
  22. Mister Johnson: Production: Cast and contact lists, costume script, press list and Lewis notes: 1955-1956
  23. Mister Johnson: Script, Act 1, "25": [circa 1955]
  24. Mister Johnson: Script, Act 2 and 3, "25": [circa 1955]
  25. Mister Johnson: Script, Act 1 (beginning Act 1, page 2): [circa 1955]
  26. Mister Johnson: Script, Act 2 and 3: [circa 1955]
  27. Mister Johnson: Script, Act 1, lightly annotated, "3rd & Final Draft": [circa 1955]
  28. Mister Johnson: Script, Act 2 and 3, lightly annotated, "3rd & Final Draft": [circa 1955]
  29. Mister Johnson: Script, annotated: [circa 1955]
  30. Mister Johnson: Script, Act 1, annotated with ground plan drawings inserted, tabbed, "2": [circa 1955]
  31. Mister Johnson: Script, Act 2 and 3, annotated with ground plan drawings inserted, tabbed, "2": [circa 1955]

Sub-series 6A: Productions and scripts: General: Mister Johnson, script-Musical Theater Cavalcade, production

Production and script folders include correspondence, annotated scripts, audition folders, financial information, periodical clippings, photographs, playbills, production notes, publicity, set plans and working musical scores. Material is organized alphabetically by the name of the production and then by subject.

Box 78

Folder -- Contents

  1. Mister Johnson: Script, Act 1, annotated (color pencil) with ground plan drawings inserted, tabbed: [circa 1955]
  2. Mister Johnson: Script, Act 2 and 3, annotated (color pencil) with ground plan drawings inserted, tabbed: [circa 1955]
  3. Mister Johnson: Script pages: [circa 1955]
  4. Mister Johnson: Set: Ground plan drawings (originals and copies): [circa 1955]
  5. The Mistress of Monticello: Script, page 1-45, "Revised First Draft": Copyright 1985
  6. The Mistress of Monticello: Script, page 46-89, "Revised First Draft": Copyright 1985
  7. Moby Dick--Rehearsed: Production: Playbill and Lewis notes: 1955
  8. Moby Dick--Rehearsed: Script, annotated: [circa 1955]
  9. Moby Dick--Rehearsed: Script, annotated, tabbed, Judd Mathison's copy: [circa 1955]
  10. Moliere: Script, published booklet, and newspaper clipping: Copyright 1983 and [no date]
  11. Molly's Dream: Script: [no date]
  12. Monsieur Verdoux: Periodical clipping: Photograph of Charlie Chaplin and Lewis: [circa 1947]
  13. Moonbirds: Script, Act 1 and 2: [no date]
  14. Moonbirds: Script, Act 3 and 4: [no date]
  15. Musical Book: Script, Act I, "1st Draft": [circa 1963]
  16. Musical Book: Script, Act I, annotated, "Corrected 2/26/63 R. Lewis" with accompanying typed suggested revisions: February 26, 1963
  17. Musical Theater Cavalcade: Contract: April, 1971
  18. Musical Theater Cavalcade: Correspondence between Lewis and Music Director/Conductor and general correspondence: 1971
  19. Musical Theater Cavalcade: Flyer and season subscription material: August, [1971]
  20. Musical Theater Cavalcade: Music: Working scores, number 1-5 (many songs have multiple numbers on first page): [circa 1970]
  21. Musical Theater Cavalcade: Music: Working scores, number 6-10 (many songs have multiple numbers on first page): [circa 1970]
  22. Musical Theater Cavalcade: Music: Working scores, number 11-15 (many songs have multiple numbers on first page): [circa 1970]
  23. Musical Theater Cavalcade: Music: Working scores, number 16-20 (many songs have multiple numbers on first page): [circa 1970]
  24. Musical Theater Cavalcade: Music: Working scores, number 21-25 (many songs have multiple numbers on first page): [circa 1970]
  25. Musical Theater Cavalcade: Music: Working scores, number 26-30 (many songs have multiple numbers on first page): [circa 1970]
  26. Musical Theater Cavalcade: Music: Working scores, number 31-35 (many songs have multiple numbers on first page): [circa 1970]
  27. Musical Theater Cavalcade: Music: Working scores, number 36-37 and unnumbered (many songs have multiple numbers on cover page): [circa 1970]
  28. Musical Theater Cavalcade: Photograph: [1971]
  29. Musical Theater Cavalcade: Press release: June 8, 1971
  30. Musical Theater Cavalcade: Production: Cast list, production notes (typed), sheet music and Lewis notes: 1971

Sub-series 6A: Productions and scripts: General: Musical Theater Cavalcade, script-Of Lena Geyer

Production and script folders include correspondence, annotated scripts, audition folders, financial information, periodical clippings, photographs, playbills, production notes, publicity, set plans and working musical scores. Material is organized alphabetically by the name of the production and then by subject.

Box 79

Folder -- Contents

  1. Musical Theater Cavalcade: Script, annotated with Los Angeles Civic Light Opera cover page: August 27-September 5, 1970
  2. Musical Theater Cavalcade: Script, annotated: [circa 1971]
  3. My Chekhov Light: Script and accompanying correspondence: May 7 and 8, 1987
  4. My Heart's in the Highlands (Group Theatre): Correspondence and telegrams: 1939
  5. My Heart's in the Highlands (Group Theatre): Music: Sheet music and lyrics: [circa 1939]
  6. My Heart's in the Highlands (Group Theatre): Periodical clipping for operatic version of the production: March 21, 1970
  7. My Heart's in the Highlands (Group Theatre): Photographs: [1939]
  8. My Heart's in the Highlands (Group Theatre): Photographs of child actor, Sidney Lumet: [1939]
  9. My Heart's in the Highlands (Group Theatre): Production: Cast and contact lists, program copy, newspaper clippings used for research and Lewis notes: 1939
  10. My Heart's in the Highlands (Group Theatre): Script in One Act Play Magazine, published under the title, The Man with the Heart in the Highlands: December, 1937
  11. My Heart's in the Highlands (Group Theatre): Script, annotated: [circa 1939] Researcher note: Pages brittle, use caution when handling
  12. Narrow Road to the Deep North: Script (photocopy) from Plays and Players: September, 1968
  13. Night of the Iguana: Script, photocopy of unidentified published play: [no date]
  14. Night Over Taos (Group Theatre): Photographs: [1932]
  15. Night Over Taos (Group Theatre): Music: Sheet music, handwritten in bound booklet: [circa 1931]
  16. Nightlight in the Locking Ring: Script: [no date]
  17. Nijinsky: Script: Copyright April, 1954
  18. Noah (Actor's Lab): Correspondence and production notes: 1945
  19. Noah, (Actor's Lab): Production: Lewis notes: [1945]
  20. Noah (Actor's Lab): Script, annotated: [circa 1945]
  21. Noe: Script: October 10, 1932
  22. Noonday Dark Enfolding Texas: Script: [no date]
  23. The Normal Heart: Script (photocopied) from published work: Copyright 1985
  24. The Nose of Jerry Pepper: Casting: Correspondence, resumes and headshots: 1961
  25. The Nose of Jerry Pepper: Correspondence: 1960-1961
  26. The Nose of Jerry Pepper: Periodical clippings: 1961
  27. The Nose of Jerry Pepper: Production: Cast list, scene notes, set sketch and Lewis notes: 1961
  28. The Nose of Jerry Pepper (titled, We're a Little Late, Folks): Script, "1st vers.": December 6, 1960
  29. The Nose of Jerry Pepper: Script, Act 1, lightly annotated, tabbed, "No. 5, Original Mimeo": February 20, 1961
  30. The Nose of Jerry Pepper: Script, Act 2, lightly annotated, tabbed, "No. 5, Original Mimeo": February 20, 1961
  31. The Nose of Jerry Pepper: Script, Act 1: April 17, 1961
  32. The Nose of Jerry Pepper: Script, Act 2: April 17, 1961
  33. The Nose of Jerry Pepper: Script, Act 1, tabbed: April 17, 1961
  34. The Nose of Jerry Pepper: Script, Act 2, tabbed: April 17, 1961

Sub-series 6A: Productions and scripts: General: On A Clear Day You Can See Forever

Production and script folders include correspondence, annotated scripts, audition folders, financial information, periodical clippings, photographs, playbills, production notes, publicity, set plans and working musical scores. Material is organized alphabetically by the name of the production and then by subject.

Box 80

Folder -- Contents

  1. Of Lena Geyer: Correspondence with Elizabeth Doubleday regarding Of Lena Geyer, including resume, headshots and newspaper clippings: 1961
  2. Of Lena Geyer: Document: "Revision of Story Outline of Marcia Davenport's Of Lena Geyer for Screenplay": January 22, 1962
  3. On a Clear Day You Can See Forever: Casting: Audition schedules and Lewis notes: 1965
  4. On a Clear Day You Can See Forever: Casting: Correspondence, resumes and headshots: 1965
  5. On a Clear Day You Can See Forever: Correspondence, telegrams and newspaper clippings: 1954-1955, 1961, 1965-1966 Research note: Includes correspondence with Alan Jay Lerner regarding directing Pygmalion/My Fair Lady
  6. On a Clear Day You Can See Forever: Music: Handwritten sheet music: [circa 1965]
  7. On a Clear Day You Can See Forever: Music: Published sheet music for Come Back to Me (2 copies), Hurry! It's Lovely Up Here!, Melinda, On a Clear Day, On the S.S. Bernard Cohn, Wait Till We're Sixty-Five, What Did I Have That I Don't Have? and When I'm Being Born Again: Copyrights 1965
  8. On a Clear Day You Can See Forever: Music: Working scores for Come Back to Me, Dancing Lesson, Don't Tamper with my Sister on a Publicke Walke and Hurry! It's Lovely Up Here!: [circa 1965]
  9. On a Clear Day You Can See Forever: Music: Working scores for Marriage Contract and Melinda: [circa 1965]
  10. On a Clear Day You Can See Forever: Music: Working scores for On a Clear Day (Mark's Solo), On A Clear Day You Can See Forever (3 copies) and On the S.S. Bernard Cohn: [circa 1965]
  11. On a Clear Day You Can See Forever: Music: Working scores for That's the Normal Thing to Do, Tosy and Cosh (2 copies), She Wasn't You, What Did I Have That I Don't Have? and When I'm Being Born Again: [circa 1965]
  12. On a Clear Day You Can See Forever: Photographs: [circa 1965]
  13. On a Clear Day You Can See Forever: Production: Cast and contact lists, rehearsal schedules and Lewis' notes: [circa 1965]
  14. On a Clear Day You Can See Forever: Script, Act 1, annotated with script revisions inserted, "Bus Widney #34": September 19 & 26, 1965
  15. On a Clear Day You Can See Forever: Script, Act 2, annotated with script revisions inserted, "Bus Widney #34": September 19 & 26, 1965
  16. On a Clear Day You Can See Forever: Script, Act 1, annotated: [circa 1965]
  17. On a Clear Day You Can See Forever: Script, Act 2, annotated: [circa 1965]
  18. On a Clear Day You Can See Forever: Script revision pages and miscellaneous script sections from Act 1, annotated, "J. Mathison #29, July 13, 1965" and "Judd Mathison #7, September 3, 1965": miscellaneous dated pages July-December, 1965
  19. On a Clear Day You Can See Forever: Script revision pages and miscellaneous script sections from Act 2, annotated, "J. Mathison #29, July 13, 1965" and "Judd Mathison #7, September 3, 1965": miscellaneous dated pages July-December, 1965
  20. On a Clear Day You Can See Forever: Script revision pages and miscellaneous script sections from Act 1, annotated, tabbed: 1965
  21. On a Clear Day You Can See Forever: Script revision pages and miscellaneous script sections from Act 2, annotated, tabbed: 1965
  22. On a Clear Day You Can See Forever: Set: Ground plan drawings: 1965

Sub-series 6A: Productions and scripts: General: On the Fritz-The Real Thing

Production and script folders include correspondence, annotated scripts, audition folders, financial information, periodical clippings, photographs, playbills, production notes, publicity, set plans and working musical scores. Material is organized alphabetically by the name of the production and then by subject.

Box 81

Folder -- Contents

  1. On the Fritz: Script: Copyright 1976
  2. On the Road to Mandalay: Script, annotated: [no date]
  3. ...One Third of a Nation: The Living Newspaper, volume 5, number 19: January 17, 1938
  4. The Owl and the Pussycat: Script: July 15, 1963
  5. Paradise Lost (Group Theatre): Correspondence: December 9, 1935 and [no date]
  6. Paradise Lost (Group Theatre): Photographs of Lewis onstage: [December, 1935]
  7. Paris After Dark (movie): Photographs: [1943]
  8. [The Party], Untitled musical play: Script, Act 1 and 2: 1961
  9. [The Party], Untitled musical play: Script, Act 3: 1961
  10. People Like Us: Music: Working scores, songs #1-5: 1968
  11. People Like Us: Music: Working scores, songs #6-10: 1968
  12. People Like Us: Music: Working scores, songs #11-15: 1968
  13. People Like Us: Music: Working scores, unnumbered songs: 1968
  14. A Perfect Gentleman: Script, Act 1: Copyright, 1966; revised, 1967
  15. A Perfect Gentleman: Script, Act 2: Copyright, 1966; revised, 1967
  16. A Piece of Noon: Script: [no date]
  17. The Play Girls: Casting: Cast lists, correspondence, resumes and headshots: 1966
  18. The Play Girls: Correspondence, estimated operating budget and Lewis notes: 1966-1967
  19. The Play Girls: Script, Act 1: [circa 1966]
  20. The Play Girls: Script, Act 2: [circa 1966]
  21. The Play Girls: Script, Act 1, "1st Revision": [circa 1966]
  22. The Play Girls: Script, Act 2, "1st Revision": [circa 1966]
  23. The Play Girls: Script, Act 1, annotated, "2nd Revision": [circa 1966]
  24. The Play Girls: Script, Act 2, annotated, "2nd Revision": [circa 1966]
  25. Point of No Return: Script, "Shooting Script": [no date]
  26. Purple Dust: Script: [no date]
  27. Quiet City: Production: [no date] Research note: Original pages in poor condition, please use photocopied pages provided in folder.
  28. Quiet City: Script, annotated: [no date]
  29. Rain Without Thunder (movie): Script, page 1 to 60 with accompanying correspondence [June 6, 1990], "Draft": April 12, 1990
  30. Rain Without Thunder (movie): Script, page 61 to 120, "Draft": April 12, 1990
  31. The Real Thing: Script from published work: Copyright 1982 and 1983

Sub-series 6A: Productions and scripts: General: Regina

Production and script folders include correspondence, annotated scripts, audition folders, financial information, periodical clippings, photographs, playbills, production notes, publicity, set plans and working musical scores. Material is organized alphabetically by the name of the production and then by subject.

Box 82

Folder -- Contents

  1. Regina (Broadway): Correspondence and telegrams: 1949-1950
  2. Regina (Broadway): Photographs: Folder 1 of 2: [circa 1949-1950]
  3. Regina (Broadway): Photographs: Folder 2 of 2: [circa 1949-1950]
  4. Regina (Broadway): Photographs of individual actors and Lewis in rehearsal: [circa 1949-1950]
  5. Regina (Broadway): Playbills: 1949-1950
  6. Regina (Broadway): Production: Cast and contact lists, scene timing and Lewis notes: [circa 1949-1950]
  7. Regina (City Center): Correspondence and telegrams: 1952-1953
  8. Regina (City Center): Playbills: 1953
  9. Regina: Music: Musical score, published by Chappell & Co. Inc. with Lewis' bookplate: Copyright 1939 and 1942
  10. Regina: Music: Sheet music for Blues, Greedy Girl, Summer Day and What Will I Be?: Copyright 1949
  11. Regina: Periodical clippings: [miscellaneous dates]
  12. Regina: Script, Act 1, annotated, Judd Mathison's copy: [no date]
  13. Regina: Script, Act 2, annotated, Judd Mathison's copy: [no date]
  14. Regina: Script pages, annotated: [no date]
  15. Requiem for Andre: Script, Act 1: Copyright 1986
  16. Requiem for Andre: Script, Act 2 and 3: Copyright 1986

Sub-series 6A: Productions and scripts: General: Requiem for Andre-Reuben, Reuben

Production and script folders include correspondence, annotated scripts, audition folders, financial information, periodical clippings, photographs, playbills, production notes, publicity, set plans and working musical scores. Material is organized alphabetically by the name of the production and then by subject.

Box 83

Folder -- Contents

  1. Reuben, Reuben: Casting: Audition lists, cast list, correspondence, resumes and headshots: 1953-1955
  2. Reuben, Reuben: Correspondence and telegrams: 1953-1955 and 1960
  3. Reuben, Reuben: Music: Sheet Music for Be With Me, Miracle Song and Never Get Lost: Copyrights 1955
  4. Reuben, Reuben: Music: Working scores, Act 1, Scene 1: [circa 1953]
  5. Reuben, Reuben: Music: Working scores, Act 1, Scene 2: Folder 1 of 2: [circa 1953]
  6. Reuben, Reuben: Music: Working scores, Act 1, Scene 2: Folder 2 of 2: [circa 1953]
  7. Reuben, Reuben: Music: Working scores, Act 1, Scene 3: Copyright 1953 and [circa 1953]
  8. Reuben, Reuben: Music: Working scores, Act 1, Scene 4: [circa 1953]
  9. Reuben, Reuben: Music: Working scores, Act 1, Scene 5: Folder 1 of 2: [circa 1953]
  10. Reuben, Reuben: Music: Working scores, Act 1, Scene 5: Folder 2 of 2: [circa 1953]
  11. Reuben, Reuben: Music: Working scores, Act 1, Scene 6: Copyright 1954 and [circa 1953]
  12. Reuben, Reuben: Music: Working scores, Act 1, Scene 7: Folder 1 of 2: [circa 1953]
  13. Reuben, Reuben: Music: Working scores, Act 1, Scene 7: Folder 2 of 2: [circa 1953]
  14. Reuben, Reuben: Music: Working scores, Act 2, Scene 1: [circa 1953]
  15. Reuben, Reuben: Music: Working scores, Act 2, Scene 2: [circa 1953]
  16. Reuben, Reuben: Music: Working scores, Act 2, Scene 3: Folder 1 of 2: [circa 1953]
  17. Reuben, Reuben: Music: Working scores, Act 2, Scene 3: Folder 2 of 2: [circa 1953]
  18. Reuben, Reuben: Music: Working scores, Act 2, Scene 4: [circa 1953]
  19. Reuben, Reuben: Music: Working scores (for unidentified act), Circus-Pantomime, End-Piece, Give Away, The Circus and Have Yourself a Night: [circa 1953]
  20. Reuben, Reuben: Music: Working scores (for unidentified act), Introduction (Nina) Ballet; End-Piece (Reuben, Nina), Monday Morning Blues, Thank You and There Goes My Love: [circa 1953]
  21. Reuben, Reuben: Periodical clippings: 1955
  22. Reuben, Reuben: Photographs: [1965]
  23. Reuben, Reuben: Production: Play summaries and Lewis notes: 1955
  24. Reuben, Reuben: Script, annotated, "First Version" written on envelope: Dated July 30, 1953 and August 28, 1954
  25. Reuben, Reuben: Script, Act 1, with scene sketches and ground plan drawings inserted, annotated, tabbed, no cover page: [circa 1954]
  26. Reuben, Reuben: Script, Act 2, with scene sketches and ground plan drawings inserted, annotated, tabbed, no cover page: [circa 1954]

Sub-series 6A: Productions and scripts: General: Rhinoceros-She's Wired, He's Tired

Production and script folders include correspondence, annotated scripts, audition folders, financial information, periodical clippings, photographs, playbills, production notes, publicity, set plans and working musical scores, Material is organized alphabetically by the name of the production and then by subject.

Box 84

Folder -- Contents

  1. Rhinoceros: Casting: Correspondence, resumes and headshots: 1960
  2. Rhinoceros: Legal: Correspondence and documents relating to arbitration: 1960
  3. Rhinoceros: Periodical clippings: 1960
  4. Rhinoceros: Production: Casting suggestion and contact list and Lewis notes: 1960
  5. Rhinoceros: Script (French) published in Paris Theatre, volume 13, number 156: [circa 1959]
  6. Rhinoceros: Script, Act 1 with ground plan drawings inserted, annotated: Copyright 1959
  7. Rhinoceros: Script, Act 2 and 3 with ground plan drawings inserted, annotated: Copyright 1959
  8. Rich and Famous: Script and annotations photocopied: [no date]
  9. The Rose Tattoo: Script, Act 1 and 2, "Third draft, Europe": September, 1950
  10. The Rose Tattoo: Script, Act 3, "Third draft, Europe": September, 1950
  11. La Sauvage: Correspondence: 1957-1958
  12. La Sauvage: Script, annotated including casting suggestions: [no date]
  13. The Scarecrow: Script, "Whitehead": [no date]
  14. A Scene of Captivity with Waltzes and Mirrors: Script and accompanying correspondence: 1985 and June 16, 1986
  15. A Scene of Captivity with Waltzes and Mirrors: Script: 1985
  16. The Seagull (Center Stage): Correspondence: 1971
  17. The Seagull (Center Stage): Photograph of Lewis on stage (?): [1971]
  18. The Seagull (Center Stage): Playbill: [1971]
  19. The Seagull (Center Stage): Press releases: September 7 and November 17, 1971
  20. The Seagull (Center Stage): Production: Audition lists, contact information, and Lewis notes: 1971
  21. The Seagull (Mirror Repertory Company): Contract: July 7, 1989
  22. The Seagull (Mirror Repertory Company): Photograph: Summer, 1989
  23. The Seagull (Mirror Repertory Company): Playbill and flyer: July and August, 1989
  24. The Seagull (Mirror Repertory Company): Script, published script removed from binding and glued into notebook, annotated: Published play Copyright 1950, 1978; Notebook 1989
  25. The Seagull (Mirror Repertory Company): Set: Elevation and ground plan drawings by James Tilton (photocopies): July 5, 1989
  26. Shakespeare's Boys: Script with accompanying postcard, "Unproofed copy of 3rd draft": January 10, 1988
  27. Shattered Glass: Script, Act 1 with accompanying Lewis notes: Copyright 1988
  28. Shattered Glass: Script, Act 2: Copyright 1988
  29. She's Wired, He's Tired (movie): Script, page 1-50: Copyright 1995, May 1996
  30. She's Wired, He's Tired (movie): Script, page 51-106: Copyright 1995, May 1996

Sub-series 6A: Productions and scripts: General: The Shy and the Lonely-Susannah

Production and script folders include correspondence, annotated scripts, audition folders, financial information, periodical clippings, photographs, playbills, production notes, publicity, set plans and working musical scores. Material is organized alphabetically by the name of the production and then by subject.

Box 85

Folder -- Contents

  1. The Shy and the Lonely: Script, stamped "The Dollar Top Theatre, Inc.": [circa 1941]
  2. Signpost to Murder: Casting: Correspondence, actors' resumes and headshots and Lewis notes: 1962
  3. Signpost to Murder: Script: [circa 1962]
  4. Sister Sadie and the Sons of Sam: Casting and correspondence: Audition list and rough draft of letter to the playwright: 1967
  5. Sister Sadie and the Sons of Sam: Script, Act 1, annotated: [circa 1967]
  6. Sister Sadie and the Sons of Sam: Script, Act 2, annotated: [circa 1967]
  7. The Skin of Our Teeth (musical): Correspondence: 1968
  8. The Skin of Our Teeth (musical): Script with accompanying correspondence and Lewis notes: March 10, 1968
  9. Snakebit: Script, page 1-43: Copyright, September 18, 1992
  10. Snakebit: Script, page 44-96: Copyright, September 18, 1992
  11. So Like Lucrece: Script: [no date]
  12. So Real Was the Dream: Script: [no date]
  13. Son of Lassie (movie): Photographs: [1945]
  14. Souvenirs: Script: [no date]
  15. Spider's Web: Script, bound: [no date]
  16. Stormy Banks: Correspondence with playwright Paul Green regarding a script (script untitled through much of the correspondence): 1960-1961
  17. Stormy Banks: Script treatment entitled, Some Notes for a Play: [circa 1961]
  18. Strong: Script, photocopied with annotations, "Final Revision, never performed anywhere": [no date]
  19. The Strongest Man in the World: Script (photocopy) from published work: Copyright 1980
  20. The Substance of Fire (movie): Script, page 1-45, with accompanying correspondence and notes: February, 1995 and April 21, 1995
  21. The Substance of Fire (movie): Script, page 46-98: February, 1995
  22. Suicide in B-Flat: Script, page 1 to 61A: Copyright 1976
  23. Suicide in B-Flat: Script, page 62 to 112: Copyright 1976
  24. Suicide Prohibited in Springtime (Robert Lewis Acting Company): Photographs: [1977]
  25. Suicide Prohibited in Springtime (Robert Lewis Acting Company): Playbill: [1977]
  26. Susannah: Correspondence: 1971
  27. Susannah: Periodical clippings: 1971-1972
  28. Susannah: Photographs: [1971]
  29. Susannah: Production: Cast and contact list, prop list, costume sketch with swatch and Lewis note: [1971]
  30. Susannah: Set: Scene sketches (photographic copies): [1971]

Sub-series 6A: Productions and scripts: General: Syndrome Shift-Teahouse of the August Moon, newspaper clippings

Production and script folders include correspondence, annotated scripts, audition folders, financial information, periodical clippings, photographs, playbills, production notes, publicity, set plans and working musical scores. Material is organized alphabetically by the name of the production and then by subject.

Box 86

Folder -- Contents

  1. Syndrome Shift: Production: Cast and contact lists, correspondence, round plan drawing, interview and rehearsal schedules, Lewis' opening night speech and playbills: July-August, 1967
  2. Syndrome Shift: Script, Act 1, annotated, tabbed: Copyright 1966
  3. Syndrome Shift: Script, Act 2 and 3, annotated, tabbed: Copyright 1966
  4. Syndrome Shift: Script, Act 1: Copyright 1970
  5. Syndrome Shift: Script, Act 2: Copyright 1970
  6. Talk to Me Like the Rain: Script: [no date]
  7. Taming of the Shrew: Script, photocopy from unidentified published work: [no date]
  8. Tango: Notes: "Margaret Barker notes" typed: [no dates]
  9. Tango: Periodical clippings: 1966 and [no dates]
  10. Tango: Script (Russian) in published book, Dialog: 1964
  11. Tango: Script, page 1 to 50, lightly annotated: [no date]
  12. Tango: Script, page 51 to 100, lightly annotated: [no date]
  13. Tango: Script, annotated, "Partial new translation": [no date]
  14. Teahouse of the August Moon: Background information including photographs of Japan, tourist publications and correspondence: [circa 1952-1953]
  15. Teahouse of the August Moon: Casting: Audition lists and cast lists: 1953-1954
  16. Teahouse of the August Moon: Casting: Correspondence, resumes and headshots: 1951-1953
  17. Teahouse of the August Moon: Casting: Resumes and headshots: [1952-1953]
  18. Teahouse of the August Moon: Contracts and legal correspondence: 1952-1954
  19. Teahouse of the August Moon: Correspondence: 1953-1954, 1956 and [no dates]
  20. Teahouse of the August Moon: Correspondence: Hand painted card to Lewis from play's scene designer: [circa 1953]
  21. Teahouse of the August Moon: Correspondence: Telegrams: 1953-1954
  22. Teahouse of the August Moon: Music: Published sheet music for Teahouse of the August Moon and Sakura: Copyright 1953
  23. Teahouse of the August Moon: Periodical clippings: 1953-1956

Sub-series : Productions and scripts: General: Teahouse of the August Moon, photographs-Teahouse of the August Moon, movie

Production and script folders include correspondence, annotated scripts, audition folders, financial information, periodical clippings, photographs, playbills, production notes, publicity, set plans and working musical scores. Material is organized alphabetically by the name of the production and then by subject.

Box 87

Folder -- Contents

  1. Teahouse of the August Moon: Photographs: Folder 1 of 4: [circa 1953-1954]
  2. Teahouse of the August Moon: Photographs: Folder 2 of 4: [circa 1953-1954]
  3. Teahouse of the August Moon: Photographs: Folder 3 of 4: [circa 1953-1954]
  4. Teahouse of the August Moon: Photographs: Folder 4 of 4: [circa 1953-1954]
  5. Teahouse of the August Moon: Photographs with actors and audiences: [circa 1953-1954]
  6. Teahouse of the August Moon: Playbills and souvenir programs: 1953-1955
  7. Teahouse of the August Moon: Production: Cast list, rehearsal schedule, Lewis notes and telegram regarding a goat to be used in the play: 1952-[1954]
  8. Teahouse of the August Moon: Production and script: Script, Act 1 and 2, annotated, tabbed with ground plan blueprints inserted, accompanied by audition schedules, cast and contact lists and Lewis notes: [circa 1953]
  9. Teahouse of the August Moon: Production and script: Script, Act 3, annotated, tabbed with ground plan blueprints inserted, accompanied by audition schedules, cast and contact lists and Lewis notes: [circa 1953]
  10. Teahouse of the August Moon: Script, Act 1 and 2: Copyright 1952
  11. Teahouse of the August Moon: Script, Act 3: Copyright 1952
  12. Teahouse of the August Moon: Script, Act 1, "T-house uncut" on envelope: Copyright 1952
  13. Teahouse of the August Moon: Script, Act 2, "T-house uncut" on envelope: Copyright 1952
  14. Teahouse of the August Moon: Script, Act 3, "T-house uncut" on envelope: Copyright 1952
  15. Teahouse of the August Moon: Script, annotated, Judd Mathison's script with ground plan sketches inserted, "2": Copyright 1952
  16. Teahouse of the August Moon: Script, Act 1, annotated, tabbed, Judd Mathison's script, "4": Copyright 1952
  17. Teahouse of the August Moon: Script, Act 2, annotated, tabbed, Judd Mathison's script, "4": Copyright 1952
  18. Teahouse of the August Moon: Script, Act 3, annotated, tabbed, Judd Mathison's script, "4": Copyright 1952
  19. Teahouse of the August Moon: Set: Original ground plan sketches: [circa 1953]
  20. Teahouse of the August Moon (movie): Correspondence with Bill Fitelson, Lewis' lawyer, and other regarding directing the movie version of Teahouse: 1954-1956

Sub-series 6A: Productions and scripts: General: This Property is Condemned-The Troublemakers

Production and script folders include correspondence, annotated scripts, audition folders, financial information, periodical clippings, photographs, playbills, production notes, publicity, set plans and working musical scores. Material is organized alphabetically by the name of the production and then by subject.

Box 88

Folder -- Contents

  1. This Property is Condemned: Script, annotated: [no date]
  2. The Threepenny Opera: Script (photocopy) from published work, accompanying correspondence and Lewis notes: 1982 and 1987
  3. The Time of Your Life: Production: Cast and contact list, rehearsal sheet, Lewis notes and script pages: 1939
  4. The Time of Your Life: Script, Act 1, 2 and 3, annotated: [circa 1939]
  5. The Time of Your Life: Script, Act 4 and 5, annotated: [circa 1939]
  6. To Be or Not to Be (movie): Script, page 1 to 74, "Final Draft": October, 1982
  7. To Be or Not to Be (movie): Script, page 75 to 147, "Final Draft": October, 1982
  8. Tonight We Raid Calais (movie): Photograph: [1943]
  9. The Tooth of Crime: Script, Act 1: [no date]
  10. The Tooth of Crime: Script, Act 2: [no date]
  11. A Toy for the Clowns: Script: Copyright 1962-1990
  12. The Traveler from Brazil: Script, Act 1, lightly annotated: December 22, 1967
  13. The Traveler from Brazil: Script, Act 2, lightly annotated: December 22, 1967
  14. Traveller Without Luggage: Casting: Cast lists, correspondence, resumes and headshots: 1964
  15. Traveller Without Luggage: Correspondence, including correspondence with the play's translator, and telegrams: 1964
  16. Traveller Without Luggage: Financial and Legal: Correspondence: 1964
  17. Traveller Without Luggage: Photographs: [1964]
  18. Traveller Without Luggage: Production: Contact list, prop list and Lewis notes: 1964
  19. Traveller Without Luggage: Script, annotated, tabbed, Judd Mathison's copy: [circa 1964]
  20. Traveller Without Luggage: Script, annotated with ground plan drawings inserted: [circa 1964]
  21. Traveller Without Luggage: Set: Ground plan drawing and sketches of set room interiors (photographic copies): [circa 1964]
  22. La Traviata: Lewis notes: [no date]
  23. The Trial: Script, page 1 to 58: [no date]
  24. The Trial: Script, page 59 to 116: [no date]
  25. Triptych: Script, Act 1: [no date]
  26. Triptych: Script, Act 2: [no date]
  27. The Troublemakers: Investment flyer: [circa 1952-1953]
  28. The Troublemakers: Script: [circa 1952-1953]

Sub-series 6A: Productions and scripts: General:Twelve Angry Men-The Water Engine

Production and script folders include correspondence, annotated scripts, audition folders, financial information, periodical clippings, photographs, playbills, production notes, publicity, set plans and working musical scores. Material is organized alphabetically by the name of the production and then by subject.

Box 89

Folder -- Contents

  1. Twelve Angry Men: Award: The Southern California Motion picture Council Bronze Halo Award, certificate to Robert Lewis for directing: February 6, 1985
  2. Twelve Angry Men: Background information on the Plumstead Theatre Society, Inc. which produced Twelve Angry Men: [early 1980s]
  3. Twelve Angry Men: Correspondence and telegrams: 1985
  4. Twelve Angry Men: Periodical clippings: 1985
  5. Twelve Angry Men: Playbill: 1985
  6. Twelve Angry Men: Production: Cast and contact lists and Lewis notes: 1985
  7. Twelve Angry Men: Script, Act 1, annotated with ground plan drawings inserted, photocopied from a published work: [circa 1985]
  8. Twelve Angry Men: Script, Act 2, annotated with ground plan drawings inserted, photocopied from a published work: [circa 1985]
  9. 27 Wagons Full of Cotton: Photograph of actress: 1955
  10. 27 Wagons Full of Cotton: Script: [no date]
  11. Umpa: Music: Song lyrics: May 25,1989
  12. Umpa: Script, Act 1: May 1, 1989
  13. Umpa: Script, Act 2 and 3: May 1, 1989
  14. Uncle Bob: Script: Copyright 1994, revised December 1994
  15. Undine: Periodical clippings: 1953
  16. Undine: Script: Copyright 1953
  17. Unexplained Phenomena: Script, page 1-50, "First Draft": Copyright 1990
  18. Unexplained Phenomena: Script, page 51-99, "First Draft": Copyright 1990
  19. The Victors: Production: New Stages Company cast (?) list and Lewis notes: [1948] Research note: Materials fragile. Please use photocopies provided in folder.
  20. The Victors: Script, annotated: [circa 1948]
  21. The Visit (Yale School of Drama): Production: Correspondence and memorandum and projected budget: 1975
  22. The Visit (Yale School of Drama): Playbill and poster: 1975
  23. Waiting for Lefty (Group Theatre): Playbills for benefit performances at the Belasco Theatre, the Ambassador Theatre and the Selwyn Theatre: Each performance included miscellaneous scenes such as The Red Hamlet as well as a performance of Waiting for Lefty: January 27, 1935, February 9, 1935 and May 17, [1935]
  24. Walpurgis Night ("Lightning Can Be Manufactured"): Script: Copyright 1992
  25. A War Several Wars Ago: Script, lightly annotated, including Lewis notes and brochure for Vietnamese Children Rescue Committee: [no date]
  26. The Water Engine: Script, page 1-45, photocopied with annotations, "Final St. Nicholas Performance Version. (Stage). 11 May, 1977": Copyright 1976, 1977
  27. The Water Engine: Script, page 46-90, photocopied with annotations, "Final St. Nicholas Performance Version. (Stage). 11 May, 1977": Copyright 1976, 1977

Sub-series 6A: Productions and scripts: General: We Bombed in New Haven-Unidentified productions

Production and script folders include correspondence, annotated scripts, audition folders, financial information, periodical clippings, photographs, playbills, production notes, publicity, set plans and working musical scores. Material is organized alphabetically by the name of the production and then by subject.

Box 90

Folder -- Contents

  1. We Bombed in New Haven: Script, Act 1: [1963]
  2. We Bombed in New Haven: Script, Act 2: [1963]
  3. Wedding Band: Script, Act 1 with Lewis notes: April 13, 1964; Copyright 1962
  4. Wedding Band: Script, Act 2: April 13, 1964; Copyright 1962
  5. Whisper in the Mind: Script, Act 1 and article, "The Greatest Sport in the World," Writer's Digest: March, 1986
  6. Whisper in the Mind: Script, Act 2: March, 1986
  7. Witness for the Prosecution: Casting: Audition dates: [circa 1954]
  8. Witness for the Prosecution: Contracts and legal correspondence: 1954
  9. Witness for the Prosecution: Correspondence and telegrams: 1954 and 1956
  10. Witness for the Prosecution: Correspondence regarding "blacklisting incident' and Lewis notes: March 18, 1981 and [no dates]
  11. Witness for the Prosecution: Periodical clippings: 1954-1955
  12. Witness for the Prosecution: Photographs including Lewis with cast members: [circa 1955]
  13. Witness for the Prosecution: Playbills and souvenir program: 1955-1956
  14. Witness for the Prosecution: Production: Cast and contact lists, production schedule, prop list and Lewis notes: [circa 1954]
  15. Witness for the Prosecution: Script, Act 1 and 2, annotated: [circa 1954]
  16. Witness for the Prosecution: Script, Act 3, annotated: [circa 1954]
  17. Witness for the Prosecution: Script, bound, annotated, "Cut manuscript for New York": [circa 1954]
  18. Witness for the Prosecution: Script, bound, lightly annotated, Lewis' script, "uncut": [circa 1954]
  19. The World We Live In (Sarah Lawrence College): Playbill (Lewis listed as cast member): June 10, 1937
  20. The World We Live In (Sarah Lawrence College): Script from published source: Copyright 1922, 1933
  21. Yes is for a Very Young Man: Script: [no date]
  22. Yes is for a Very Young Man: Script, annotated: [no date]
  23. You Touched Me: Script, Act 1, annotated: [no date]
  24. You Touched Me: Script, Act 2, annotated: [no date]
  25. Ziegfield Follies (movie), Telephone Skit: Correspondence, April 27, 1950
  26. Ziegfield Follies (movie), Telephone Skit: Script, annotated, and accompanying memorandum: January 23 and 26, 1945
  27. Unidentified productions: Photographs: Prints and color slide of unidentified sets, rehearsals and productions: [no dates]

Sub-series 6A: Productions and scripts: General

Organized by subject.

Box 91

Folder -- Contents

  1. Cast Lists: Cast lists for Lewis' productions, 1935-1971: [1971]
  2. Investors: Address lists and Lewis notes: [no dates]
  3. Investors: Newspaper clippings from Show Business listing Broadway show investors: 1950s
  4. Playwrights: Alphabetical notecards for playwrights with Lewis' notes: [no dates]
  5. Scripts: Correspondence regarding scripts: 1952-1972 and [no dates]
  6. Scripts: Lewis notes regarding scripts and periodical clippings: [no dates]
  7. Scripts: Script synopsis: Organized alphabetically by script title, A-L: 1950s and [no dates]
  8. Scripts: Script synopsis: Organized alphabetically by script title, M-Z: 1950s and [no dates]

Sub-series 6B: Productions and scripts: Oversized music

Material organized alphabetically by the name of the production.

Box 92

Folder -- Contents

  1. Candide: Music: Working scores: October 1, 1956 and [circa 1956]
  2. The Little Foxes: Music: Working scores in large spiral bound notebook: 1946

Sub-series 6B: Productions and scripts: Oversized music

Material organized alphabetically by the name of the production.

Box 93

Folder -- Contents

  1. Musical theater Cavalcade: Music: Working score for Mack the Knife: [circa 1970]
  2. My Heart's in the Highlands: Music: Working scores in spiral bound notebook: 1939
  3. Regina: Music: Workings scores: [no date]
  4. Reuben, Reuben: Music: Working scores: [circa 1953]
  5. Teahouse of the August Moon: Bound score, Tea-House of the August Moon Symponic Suite by Dai-Keong Lee, autographed by Lee: July 25, 1954

Sub-series 6B: Productions and scripts: Oversized music

Working scores for Cole Porter songs, all of which appear to have been cut from their original productions. Many scores stamped, "Buster Davis." Organized alphabetically by the name of the original production. Possibly this music was intended for use in an unidentified Lewis production.

Copyright resides with The Cole Porter Musical and Literary Property Trusts. To obtain release, the researcher should contact the The Cole Porter Musical and Literary Property Trusts. Copyright release is not necessary to view the materials, only for reuse.

Box 94

Folder -- Contents

  1. Working scores for cut songs from Anything Goes and Can Can: [no dates]
  2. Working scores for cut songs from Fifty Million Frenchmen and Hitchy-Koo of 1922: [no dates]
  3. Working scores for cut songs from Les Girls and High Society: [no dates]
  4. Working scores for cut songs from Leave It to Me and Mexican Hayride: [no dates]
  5. Working scores for cut songs from Nymph Errant and Out of this World: [no dates]
  6. Working scores for cut songs from Red, Hot and Blue! and Seven Lively Arts : [no dates]
  7. Working scores for cut songs from Silk Stockings: [no dates]
  8. Working scores for cut songs from Star Dust and You Never Know: [no dates]

Sub-series 6C: Productions and scripts: Scrapbooks

Research note: Due to deterioration, the original pages of the scrapbook were removed and a research copy was made.

Box 95

Folder -- Contents

  1. Teahouse of the August Moon: Scrapbook: Newspaper and magazine clippings: 1953 Research copy
  2. Teahouse of the August Moon: Scrapbook: Newspaper and magazine clippings: 1953 Do not handle. Use Research copy folder provided.

Sub-series 6D: Productions and scripts: Oversized posters and sketches

Oversize material including posters and set and costume studies. Organized alphabetically by the name of the production

Box 96

Folder -- Contents

  1. Anything Goes (?): Photograph of actress
  2. Anything Goes (?): Photograph of Lewis on set
  3. Brigadoon: Award: The New York Drama Critics Circle Special Citation: April 21, 1947
  4. Brigadoon: Posters (2)
  5. Caligula: Poster and architectural drawing of the stage
  6. Candide: Poster and costume sketch for Cunegonde, signed by artist
  7. Cheri: Poster
  8. The Club Champion's Widow: Poster
  9. Cock-a-Doodle Dandy: Poster and costume sketch of the rooster with attached swatches
  10. Crimes and Crimes: Costume sketches (2) with swatches for Maurice and Henriette, inscribed to Lewis
  11. Crimes and Crimes: Poster
  12. Death Comes to Us All Mary Agnus: Poster
  13. Dragon Seed: Lobby Card
  14. Enemy of the People: Photographs (2)
  15. Equis: Poster
  16. The Eve of St. Mark: Poster
  17. The Family Reunion: Poster
  18. Five Alarm Waltz: Poster
  19. Foxy: Posters (2)
  20. The Grass Harp: Poster
  21. Handful of Fire: Poster
  22. The Happy Time: Poster
  23. Harold and Maude: Poster and architectural and set drawings
  24. Heavenly Express: Poster
  25. The Hidden River: Poster
  26. Jamaica: Poster
  27. Kwamina: Poster
  28. Long Day's Journey into Night: Poster
  29. The Lover and The Collection: Poster
  30. The Lover and The Collection: Set sketches
  31. Mexican Mural: Four models of set panels (poor conditions)
  32. Mister Johnson: Poster
  33. Musical Theater Cavalcade: Poster
  34. My Heart is in the Highlands: Poster
  35. On A Clear Day You Can See Forever: Poster and watercolor set sketch, signed by artist
  36. Regina: Poster
  37. Reuben, Reuben: Poster
  38. Suicide Prohibited in Springtime: Poster
  39. Teahouse of the August Moon: Posters (2)
  40. Teahouse of the August Moon: Print of cartoon by Al Hirschfeld signed by "Maurice"
  41. Teahouse of the August Moon: Set sketch of officers' laundry and quonset hut
  42. Traveller Without Luggage: Poster
  43. Twelve Angry Men: Partial newspaper with 'headline' created as souvenir
  44. Witness for the Prosecution: Poster
  45. Unidentified painting of scene, signed "Campbell": 1952
  46. Unidentified set painting: On black paper, [unreadable signature], possibly for Long Day's Journey into Night (?): [no date]

Sub-series 6D: Productions and scripts: Oversized posters and sketches

11th Floor Map Case

Folder -- Contents

  1. Teahouse of the August Moon: Poster: 42"x20"

Sub-series 6E: Productions and scripts: Framed images

Organized alphabetically by the name of the production

Box 97

Contents

  1. [Anything Goes]: Costume study for Gaby Duval, as Jeanmarie, with fabric swatch attached by Edith [Head], signed "Bobby, with love, Edith": 21"x16": [circa 1955]
  2. Anything Goes: Costume study for Gaby Duval by [Tom] Keogh, signed "Anything Goes, Keogh": 26"x20.5": [circa 1955]

Sub-series 6E: Productions and scripts: Framed images

Organized alphabetically by the name of the production

Box 98

  1. Brigadoon: Scene study, signed, "Brigadoon, Oliver Smith, 1945": 22"x26.5": 1945
  2. Brigadoon: Scene study, signed, "Oliver Smith, Brigadoon": 22"x26.5": [1945]
  3. Brigadoon: Scene study, signed, "To Bobby Lewis [unreadable], Brigadoon, Oliver Smith": 22"x26.5": [1945]
  4. Caligula: Scene study, inscribed "'Caligula' for the Robert Lewis Acting Co," signature obscured by the mat: 18.25"x27.25": [circa 1977]

Sub-series 6E: Productions and scripts: Framed images

Organized alphabetically by the name of the production

Box 99

  1. [Jamaica]: Costume study for pearl divers with swatches attached, by [Miles White], signed "For Bobby Lewis from an admirer M.W.": 22.5"x14.75": [circa 1957]
  2. Jamaica: Scene study, signed "Oliver Smith '57, 'Jamaica'": 22"x29": 1957
  3. Jamaica: Scene study, signed "Oliver Smith '57, 'Jamaica'": 22"x29": 1957

Sub-series 6E: Productions and scripts: Framed images

Organized alphabetically by the name of the production

Box 100

  1. [Regina]: Costume study for the jazz band by Aline Bernstein, signed and stamped United Scenic Artists: 16.5"x20":[circa 1950]
  2. Reuben, Reuben: Scene study for "The Wards," signed by Ed[unreadable], signed on the back of the frame, "To Bobby, with love and fond memories- Jean & Bril": 13"x15.75": [circa 1955]
  3. [Teahouse of the August Moon (?)]: Scene study, unsigned: 18.25"x27": [circa 1952]

Sub-series 6E: Productions and scripts: Framed images

Organized alphabetically by the name of the production

Box 101

  1. [Unidentified]: Scene study, signed "MacJohnson" (?): 11"x14.25": [no date]
  2. [Unidentified]: Scene study of a Victorian house interior, unsigned: 22"x27" [no date]