Dore Schary Papers, circa 1920-1980


Summary Information
Title: Dore Schary Papers
Inclusive Dates: circa 1920-1980

Creator:
  • Schary, Dore, 1905-1980
Call Number: U.S. Mss 37AN; Micro 1062; Micro 2001; Audio 330A; Audio 920A; Audio 1010A; Audio 1228A; Audio 1750A; Disc 49A; Disc 158A; AC 140; AC 197-AC 218; AC 231; AC 259-AC 260; AC 404; CA 775; CC 956; DD 307-DD 309; DD 324-DD 325; DD 329-DD 330; DD 355-DD 359; DD 604; DG 194; DG 205-DG 206; FE 408-FE 410; FF 050-FF 055; GA 070-GA 072; GA 113-GA 116; GA 184-GA 193; GA 835; GA 839; HA 768-HA 773; HA 783-HA 786; HA 851-HA 861; HA 867-HA 869; HA 883-HA 887; HA 894-HA 903; HA 912-HA 916; VBA 249; M96-022

Quantity: 74.2 cubic feet (203 archives boxes, 1 records center carton, and 1 flat box), 37 reels of microfilm (35 mm), 25 tape recordings, 237 disc recordings, 117 reels of film, 1 videorecording, and photographs; plus additions of 0.8 cubic feet

Repository:
Wisconsin Historical Society Archives / Wisconsin Center for Film and Theater Research
Contact Information

Archival Locations:
Wisconsin Historical Society (Map)

Abstract:
Papers of Dore Schary, a playwright, motion picture executive, and activist in Jewish and liberal political causes documenting both his personal and professional life. Includes general correspondence; microfilmed scrapbooks; scripts and production material for plays and motion pictures; records pertaining to MGM; non-dramatic writings, speeches (many in recorded form), and an autobiography and a family memoir; home movies and photographs; correspondence, reports, lists, financial records, and speeches from his tenure as national chairman of the Anti-Defamation League and subject files on other organizations with which he was involved such as the American Civil Liberties Union, the American Jewish Committee, and the Democratic Party; and personal and biographical information. Documentation in the production files varies but may include correspondence, notes, variant drafts of scripts, clippings, financial records, publicity, stills, designs, and casting information. Records of Schary's years as executive producer, studio head, and vice-president at MGM include reports of executive meetings, correspondence and memoranda, and scattered financial reports. Also present are papers pertaining to the career of Schary's wife Miriam, painter M. Svet.

Language: English

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Biography/History

Playwright, motion picture executive, and activist Dore Schary was born Isidore Schary on August 31, 1905 in Newark, New Jersey. After dropping out of school at age fourteen Schary worked in a number of jobs including operating his parents' catering business and serving as publicity man for Admiral Byrd. Schary returned to school, completing four years of school in ten months and graduating from Newark Central High in 1923. Schary became a reporter for the Newark Call. During the same period he became involved in little theater productions as an actor and director. Eventually he joined a stock company in Cincinnati, then moved to New York City where he debuted as an actor in 1930 and tried his hand at playwriting.

In 1932 one of Schary's unproduced efforts attracted the attention of Walter Wanger who offered him a job as a screenwriter with Columbia Pictures. Schary later turned to freelancing for other studios and independent producers, and in 1937 his first play was produced on Broadway. Back in Hollywood he wrote Boys Town for MGM for which he received an Oscar in 1938. Subsequent successes, including an Oscar for Edison the Man, earned Schary a promotion as head of the low budget unit at MGM. Between 1941 and 1943 he oversaw two dozen productions including Joe Smith, American and Lassie Come Home.

Creative disagreements led to Schary's move to head David Selznick's independent company Vanguard Pictures, and from 1943 to 1946 he personally produced five highly successful pictures: I'll Be Seeing You, The Spiral Staircase, The Bachelor and the Bobby-Soxer, The Farmer's Daughter, and Til the End of Time. In 1947 he became studio production head at RKO. During a year and a half period, often considered the most creative of his career, Schary released Crossfire, The Boy with Green Hair, I Remember Mama, Mr. Blandings Builds His Dream House, and many other titles.

In 1948 Howard Hughes bought controlling interest in RKO, and soon after in order to retain his creative independence Schary returned to MGM as vice-president in charge of production. In his first years Schary restored MGM's former prestige, and his films achieved both box office success and Oscar-winning recognition. During this period he oversaw productions such as The Stratton Story, Adam's Rib, An American in Paris, Show Boat, and Singin' in the Rain. At the same time he personally produced Battleground, The Next Voice You Hear, Westward the Women, Bad Day at Black Rock, and Designing Woman. After the departure of Louis B. Mayer in 1951 Schary was named head of the studio. In his eight years at the studio MGM released over 270 pictures, and Schary earned a personal reputation for his willingness to challenge conventional Hollywood wisdom concerning subject matter appropriate for films.

Beginning in the late 1930s Schary had also become active in the Anti-Defamation League and the Democratic Party. In 1940 he chaired the Hollywood for Roosevelt Committee. These liberal associations continued during Schary's years as a studio executive. Although he signed the so-called Waldorf Conference Statement in 1947, he did not abide by the conference's decision to blacklist the “Hollywood Ten.” During the 1950s Schary was a leading supporter of Adlai Stevenson. Political differences with the more conservative studio leadership apparently contributed to Schary's controversial dismissal from MGM in 1956.

Returning to his earlier interest in writing, Schary wrote and staged the Tony Award-winning hit Sunrise at Campobello in 1958. Two years later he wrote and produced the Warner Bros. film version. In subsequent years Schary devoted most of his creative energy to the theater, with productions such as Act One, The Unsinkable Molly Brown, Devil's Advocate, and the semi-autobiographical Banderol. He also served as head of Theatre Vision Inc. and in 1973 formed Schary Productions in an abortive attempt to return to filmmaking.

Schary's civic activities continued throughout his life. He served as national chairman of the Anti-Defamation League and was commissioner of cultural affairs for New York City. He was also a popular public speaker. Schary died of cancer on July 7, 1980. He was survived by his wife Miriam Svet Schary, a noted painter, and three children: Jill Robinson, Joy Stashower, and Jeb Schary.

Scope and Content Note

The Dore Schary Papers were received in the Archives in several separate donations during the period 1961-1987. These parts were separately arranged and described over the years. This finding aid reflects the collection's arrangement into five parts: the Original Collection, the 1968 Additions, the 1977 Additions, the 1981 Additions, and the 1996 Additions.

These five parts overlap in date and content. The Original Collection dates 1923-1962 and is organized in these categories: Biographical and Personal Material, General Files, General Writings, and Production Files. The 1968 Additions date 1933-1952 and consist of Production Files only. The 1977 Additions date circa 1920-1980 (though primarily 1956-1977) and again contain Biographical and Personal Material, General Files, General Writings, and Production Files, as well as a new category, Anti-Defamation League Files. Finally, the 1981 Additions date 1924-1980 (primarily 1974-1980) and include the same categories as the 1977 Additions plus a separate category for Disc Recordings. The Original Collection includes other disc recordings, and tape recordings are present in all but the 1968 additions. The 1996 Additions date circa 1964-1976 and were found in the collections; they comprise a small amount of materials including a scrapbook and scripts. Some records are present only in microfilm format.

Additional narrative description for the five parts precedes the relevant part of the contents list.

Arrangement of the Materials

This collection was received in multiple parts from the donor(s) and is organized into 2 major parts. These materials have not been physically interfiled and researchers might need to consult more than one part to locate similar materials.

Administrative/Restriction Information
Acquisition Information

Presented by Dore Schary, New York, New York, 1961; portions placed on deposit by Dore Schary and Miriam Schary, 1968-1987 (converted to gift by Jill Robinson-Shaw, November 25, 1990). Accession Number: MCHC63-12, MCHC63-70, MCHC68-45, MCHC70-56, MCHC77-16, MCHC81-66, MCHC83-86, M87-127, M96-022


Contents List
U.S. Mss 37AN
Part 1 (U.S. Mss 37AN): Original Collection and 1968-1981 Additions, 1920-1980
Series: Original Collection, 1923-1962
Physical Description: 21.4 cubic feet (55 archives boxes and 1 flat box), 18 reels of microfilm (35 mm), 4 tape recordings, 27 disc recordings, 23 reels of film, and photographs 
Scope and Content Note

This section was originally processed in 1963. It is arranged as BIOGRAPHICAL AND PERSONAL MATERIAL, GENERAL FILES, GENERAL WRITINGS, and PRODUCTION FILES and consists of professional and social correspondence, subject files, scripts and production information concerning plays and films, speeches and non-dramatic writings, engagement calendars and biographical scrapbooks, and photographs. Accompanying the manuscripts are tape and disc recordings of plays and speeches.

The BIOGRAPHICAL AND PERSONAL MATERIAL includes biographical scrapbooks and engagement calendars. Microfilmed in 1990 these now are available only in that format. Photographs listed here are available in the WCFTR Name and Stills Title files.

GENERAL FILES consist of chronologically-arranged correspondence and subject files. The general correspondence is largely of a social nature, consisting of autograph notes from Lionel Barrymore, Sammy Davis Jr., Dag Hammarskjold, Grace Kelly, Jacqueline Kennedy, Estes Kefauver, Sinclair Lewis, Fredric March, William Proxmire, and Earl Warren. Letters of a more professional character, which may be primarily found within the subject files, include correspondence with Winston Churchill, John F. Kennedy, Eleanor Roosevelt, Nicholas M. Schenck, David O. Selznick, Adlai Stevenson, and Harry Truman. The correspondence here also relates to organizations with which Schary was involved, including the Draft Stevenson Committee, the Democratic Party and national committee, the Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial Committee, the American Civil Liberties Union, and the American Jewish Committee. There is also information on Schary's concern over the blacklist and anti-Communist censorship of the motion picture industry. Records of Schary's years at MGM filed here include notes on executive meetings, production statistics, and scattered reports on finances.

The GENERAL WRITINGS consist primarily of articles and manuscript and recorded copies of speeches dating from the earlier part of Schary's career.

PRODUCTION FILES are arranged alphabetically by title with all genre filed together. Included are correspondence, scripts, notes, contracts, clippings, and financial material concerning productions such as Battleground, Blackboard Jungle, Devil's Advocate, Lonelyhearts, A Majority of One, and Sunrise at Campobello.

Subseries: Biographical and Personal Material
Box   1
Folder   1-2
Biographical sketches and articles
Box   1
Folder   3
Biographical miscellaneous
Box   1
Folder   4
Appointment notes, 1957-1958
Box   1
Folder   5-7
Awards
Clipping scrapbooks
Box   1
Folder   8
Chronological digest of scrapbooks, 1923-1958
Micro 2001
General scrapbooks (filmed without a counter)
Reel   1
, 1926-1930
Reel   1
, 1929-1940
Reel   1
, 1941-1947 January
Reel   2
, 1947 October-1950 March
Reel   2
, 1950 March-1953 February
Reel   3
, 1953 February-1955 June
Reel   3
, 1955 June-1956 December
Reel   3
, 1956 November-1958 November
Reel   4
, 1958 October-1960 September
Reel   4
, 1960 March-1963 August
Reel   4
, 1962 December-1968 April
Reel   5
, 1968 April-1975 January
Reel   6
, 1975 October-1980 June
Reel   6
1980, In Memoriam
Special scrapbooks
Reel   6
, 1947 New York trip
Reel   6
, 1952-1953 MGM photograph albums
Reel   6
1965, Jewish teachers
Reel   6
1970, New York Commissioner of Cultural Affairs
Reel   6
1971-1972, TheatreVision
Engagement calendars and telephone message logs
Reel   7
1932, 1948-1951
Reel   8
, 1952 and message log
Reel   8
, 1953-1955
Reel   8
, 1956 and message log
Reel   9
, 1957 and message log
Reel   15
, 1957
Reel   15
, 1958
Reel   9
, 1958 and message log
Reel   10
, 1959 and message log
Reel   15
, 1959
Reel   10
, 1960-1969 message logs
Reel   15
, 1960 engagement books
Physical Description: 2 volumes 
Reel   16
, 1961 engagement books
Physical Description: 2 volumes 
Reel   16
, 1962 engagement books
Physical Description: 2 volumes 
Reel   16
, 1963-1964 engagement books
Reel   17
, 1965 engagement books
Physical Description: 2 volumes 
Reel   17
, 1966 engagement books
Physical Description: 3 volumes 
Reel   17
, 1967 engagement books
Physical Description: 3 volumes 
Reel   18
, 1968-1969 engagement books
Reel   11
, 1970 and message log
Physical Description: 2 volumes 
Reel   11
, 1971
Reel   12
, 1972
Physical Description: 2 volumes 
Reel   12
, 1973
Physical Description: 3 volumes 
Reel   13
, 1974
Physical Description: 3 volumes 
Reel   13
, 1975
Physical Description: 2 volumes 
Reel   13
, 1976
Reel   14
, 1977-1979
Photographs
WCFTR General Stills File
Portraits
WCFTR Name File
Schary family and friends
WCFTR General Stills File
Schary political activities
WCFTR General Stills File
Speeches, awards, and charitable activities
WCFTR Name File
Studio publicity and activities
WCFTR Name File
Unidentified
U.S. Mss 37AN
Subseries: General Files
Chronological correspondence
Box   2
Folder   1
, 1927-1933
Box   2
Folder   2-6
, 1947-1951 March
Box   3
, 1951 April-1952 February
Box   4
, 1952 March-December
Box   5
, 1953 January-1954 February
Box   6
, 1954 March-October
Box   7
, 1954 November-1955 May
Box   8
, 1955 June-December
Box   9
, 1956 January-June
Box   10
, 1956 July-December
Box   11
, 1957 January-July
Box   12
, 1957 August-1958 March 14
Box   13
, 1958 March 17-June
Box   14
, 1958 July-December
Box   15
Folder   1-2
, 1959 January-June
Box   15
Folder   3-4
, 1960 January-August
Subject files
Box   15
Folder   5
American Bar Association, 1948, 1952
Box   15
Folder   6
American Civil Liberties Union, 1954-1956
Box   15
Folder   7
American Jewish Committee, 1951-1955
Box   15
Folder   8
American Korean Foundation, 1953
Box   15
Folder   9
Applications, 1954-1958
Box   16
Folder   1
B'nai B'rith, “Man of the Year Award,” 1953-1954
Box   16
Folder   2
Brandeis Camp Institute, 1955, 1958
Box   16
Folder   3
Brandeis Youth Foundation, undated
Box   16
Folder   4
Cedars of Lebanon Hospital, 1954-1955
Box   16
Folder   5
Churchill, Sir Winston, 1952-1958
Box   16
Folder   6
College of the Pacific, 1951-1953
Box   16
Folder   7-8
Community Relations Council of the Los Angeles Jewish Community Council, 1950-1958
Box   17
Folder   1-2
Democratic Party, 1956-1958, 1960
Box   17
Folder   3-4
Committee of the Arts, 1956, 1960
Box   17
Folder   5
Fagan, Myron C., 1949-1952
Box   17
Folder   6
Fort Monmouth discrimination case, 1955
Box   17
Folder   7
Invitations, Declined, 1957-1960
Box   17
Folder   8
Kennedy, John F., 1956-1961
MGM
Box   18
Folder   1
Beecher, Milton M., Reports, 1952-1955
Box   18
Folder   2
Billing reports, 1952-1956
Box   18
Folder   3
Departure letters, 1956
Box   18
Folder   4-5
Executive Meeting Notes and miscellaneous, 1954-1956
Box   18
Folder   6
Inside MGM newsletters, 1951-1954
Box   200
Folder   1
Loew's/Charles Moskowitz (treas.), 1947-1950
Box   19
Folder   1
McKenna, Kenneth, 1947-1956
Box   19
Folder   2
Miscellaneous
Box   19
Folder   3
Progress reports, 1950-1954
Box   19
Folder   4
Sales statistics, 1956
Box   19
Folder   5-6
Sidney, Louis, Reports, 1950-1955
Box   19
Folder   7
Television, 1951-1955
Box   19
Folder   8
Worldwide conference, 1956
Box   19
Folder   9
Mankiewicz, Herman J., Eulogy by Nunnally Johnson, 1953
Box   20
Folder   1
Mental Health campaign, 1958
Box   20
Folder   2
Mirror-News travel articles, 1957-1958
Box   20
Folder   3
Motion Pictures Association, 1953, 1956
Box   20
Folder   4
Roosevelt, Eleanor, 1954-1961
Box   20
Folder   5
Roosevelt collection, 1957-1958
Box   20
Folder   6-7
Roosevelt Memorial Committee, 1950-1958
Box   20
Folder   8
Schenck, Nicholas, 1950-1955
Box   20
Folder   9
Selznick, David O., 1950-1953
Box   20
Folder   10
Stevenson, Adlai, 1952-1961
Box   21
Folder   1
Stevenson draft campaign, 1960
Box   21
Folder   2
Tarrantino, Jimmie, 1951-1953
Box   21
Folder   3
This Is Your Life, 1956
Box   21
Folder   4
Script and souvenir booklet
Box   21
Folder   5
Truman, Harry S., 1952-1958
Box   21
Folder   6
Wage Earners Committee, 1952-1954
Box   21
Folder   7
Weizman Institute of Science, 1957
Box   21
Folder   8
Wisdom, 1952-1954
Box   22
Miscellaneous
Subseries: General Writings
Articles
Box   23
, 1938-1954
Box   24
Folder   1-8
, 1955-1960
Box   24
Folder   9
Miscellaneous articles and skits, undated
Speeches
Research
Box   24
Folder   10
Chronological research
Box   25
Folder   1
Jewish research material
Box   25
Folder   2
Motion picture material
Box   25
Folder   3
Political research material
Box   25
Folder   4
Miscellaneous research material
Drafts and correspondence
Box   25
Folder   5
Short talks and introductions, undated
Working files
Box   26
, 1945-1951 October
Box   27
, 1951 November-1953 December 20
Box   28
, 1954-1955 November 9
Box   29
, 1955 November 28-1958 May 8
Box   30
, 1958 May 14-1959
Recorded speeches and interviews
Disc 49A/1-4
Convocation, 1951 March 15
Disc 49A/5
Speech, 1953 August 31
Disc 49A/6
NBC Lecture Hall, 1953 October 24
Disc 49A/7
, 1953 December 23
Disc 49A/8-12
Brandeis Camp Institute, 1954 February 28
330A/4
Democratic Party speech at Fresno, 1954 February 6
Disc 49A/13-15
Burns and Allen testimonial, 1955 January 23
Disc 49A/16
NCCJ testimonial for DS, 1955 March 10
Disc 49A/17
President's conference luncheon speech, undated
Disc 49A/18
Interview with Roy Chapman, undated
Disc 49A/19
Appearance on Tex and Jinx, undated
Disc 49A/20
Address to YMCA, undated
Disc 49A/21
NCCJ banquet, undated
330A/3
“Executive Responsibility: A Case Study,” undated
Disc 49A
Miscellaneous recordings
Disc 49A/22
“Triumphal March” from Quo Vadis
Disc 49A/23
“In Honor of FDR”
Disc 49A/24
Special report by Rabbi Herbert A. Friedman
Disc 49A/25
“Sixteen Hours”
Disc 49A/26
“The Lonesome Train”
Disc 49A/27
“God Is the Answer” (vocal) and “Pin a Rose on Mother” (vocal)
U.S. Mss 37AN
Subseries: Production Files
Adam Sample (I'll See You Again)
Box   31
Folder   1
Correspondence, 1953-1954
Box   31
Folder   2
Script, 1954 January 21
Box   31
Folder   3
Early story versions
Box   31
Folder   4
Tape recording, 1953 December 24
Box   31
Folder   5
Script, 1954 February 2
Box   31
Folder   6
Script, 1954 April 1, and synopses
Affairs of Martha
Box   31
Folder   7
Script, 1942 February 14
Angry Young Man
Box   31
Folder   8
Treatment, 1958 June
Bad Day at Black Rock
Box   31
Folder   9
Script (with photographs), circa 1954 July 15
Box   32
Folder   1
Correspondence, 1954-1958
Box   32
Folder   2
Previews
Box   32
Folder   3
Miscellaneous
HA 912-HA 916
Film
U.S. Mss 37AN
Bataan
Box   32
Folder   4
“Bataan Patrol” script, circa 1942 November 30
Battleground
Box   32
Folder   5
Script by Robert Pirosh, 1948 January 17
Box   32
Folder   6
Previews
Box   32
Folder   7
Script (with photographs), 1949 March 17
Box   33
Folder   1
Miscellaneous including correspondence
Blackboard Jungle
Box   33
Folder   2
Correspondence, 1954-1956
Box   34
Folder   1
Miscellaneous
Box   34
Folder   2
Clippings and research
“Blueprint for Biography” (NBC Kaleidoscope)
Box   34
Folder   3
Correspondence, 1958-1959
Box   34
Folder   4
Script, 1959 March 9
Box   34
Folder   5
Script, 1959 March 30
Box   34
Folder   6
Scripts, 1959
Box   34
Folder   7
Script, 1959 April 1
Box   34
Folder   8
Script, 1959 April 2
Box   34
Folder   9
Contracts
Box   34
Folder   10
Miscellaneous
Bolivar the Liberator
Note: See also Simon Bolivar.
Box   34
Folder   11
Script, 1940 July 12
Change Partners
Box   34
Folder   12
Notes
Civil War television series
Box   35
Folder   1-3
Correspondence, 1958-1960
Box   35
Folder   4-5
Research material and photographs
Box   35
Folder   6
Miscellaneous
Cold Feet
Box   35
Folder   7
Treatment by DS and Jerry Horwin
Daybreak (formerly Gray Harbor, and There Is No Dark)
Box   35
Folder   8
Scripts
Box   36
Folder   1
Notes and outlines
Dear Joe
Box   36
Folder   2
Treatment
Designing Woman
Box   36
Folder   3
Script (with photographs), 1956 July 30
Box   36
Folder   4
Miscellaneous
The Devil's Advocate
Box   36
Folder   5
Script (original) by DS, 1960 May 2
Box   36
Folder   6
Script
Box   36
Folder   7
Contracts
Box   37
Folder   1
Work sheets
Box   37
Folder   2-4
General financial records, 1961
Box   37
Folder   5-6
Box office statements, 1961
Box   37
Folder   7
Bank statements, 1960-1961
Box   37
Folder   8
Budgets
Checkbooks
Box   37
Folder   9
, 1961 February 4-April 1
Box   38
Folder   1-2
, 1961 April 8-June 27
Box   38
Folder   3
Miscellaneous business accounts
Box   38
Folder   4
Miscellaneous
Dream Wife
Box   38
Folder   5
Script, undated
Box   38
Folder   6
Miscellaneous, including previews
Evening in Modesto
Box   38
Folder   7
Script, 1948 July 7
F.B.I.
Box   38
Folder   8
Correspondence, 1942-1943
Box   38
Folder   9
Script, 1942 December 21
Fifty-two Miles to Terror
Box   39
Folder   1
Miscellaneous
First Command
Box   39
Folder   2
Treatment
First Fifty Years
Box   39
Folder   3
Miscellaneous
For Services Rendered
Box   39
Folder   4
Sequence
Gettysburg (released as The Battle of Gettysburg)
Box   39
Folder   5
Correspondence, 1955-1956
Box   39
Folder   6
Script, 1955 April 11
Box   39
Folder   7
Miscellaneous
HA 896-HA 897
Film
U.S. Mss 37AN
Go for Broke
Box   39
Folder   8-9
Correspondence, 1950-1953
Box   39
Folder   10
Script, circa 1950 October 2
Box   39
Folder   11
Previews and clippings
Box   39
Folder   12
Previews
Box   40
Folder   1
Miscellaneous
HA 857-HA 861
Film
U.S. Mss 37AN
Go West
Box   40
Folder   2
Treatment, 1940 January 29
The Gravy Train
Box   40
Folder   3
Correspondence, 1957-1960
Box   40
Folder   4
Treatments
Box   40
Folder   5
Treatments
The Great Man's Whiskers
Box   40
Folder   6
Script by John Paxton, 1948 February 20
The Happy People
Box   40
Folder   7
Outline
The Harbourmaster, by Harvey Haislip
Box   40
Folder   8
Treatment
High Iron
Box   40
Folder   9
Miscellaneous and research photographs
The Highest Tree
Box   40
Folder   10
Miscellaneous, including correspondence
Box   41
Folder   1
Handwritten script, undated
Box   41
Folder   2
Typed script, 1959 April 8
Box   41
Folder   3
Mimeo script, 1959 May 20
Box   41
Folder   4
Mimeo script, 1959 August 21
Box   200
Folder   5
Commemorative card from cast, 1959
The Hellbox
Box   41
Folder   5
Notes and early draft script
The Hoaxters
Correspondence
Box   41
Folder   6-7
, 1951-1953 March
Box   42
Folder   1
, 1953 April-1956
Box   42
Folder   2
Reviews, clippings
HA 894-HA 895
Film
U.S. Mss 37AN
Hollywood Story
Box   42
Folder   3
Script, 1941 March 26
Honored Glory
Box   42
Folder   4
Correspondence and sequences
Houdini
Box   42
Folder   5
Correspondence, 1944-1948
Box   42
Folder   6
Treatment, 1945 April 18
Box   42
Folder   7
Notes
Box   42
Folder   8
Script by Frank O'Conner and DS, 1936 February 1
The Human Family
Box   42
Folder   9
Script
Junior High School Story (short)
Box   43
Folder   1
Miscellaneous, including a script
Juvenile Delinquency
Box   43
Folder   2
Treatment
The Last Hunt
Box   43
Folder   3
Correspondence, 1955-1956
Box   43
Folder   4
Script (with photographs), 1955 May 16
Box   43
Folder   5
Miscellaneous
Lest We Forget
Box   43
Folder   6
Stories
Let the Bells Ring
Box   43
Folder   7
Treatment by Harold Hecht and DS, undated
The Lewis and Clark Expedition
Box   43
Folder   8
Notes
Box   43
Folder   9
Treatment by DS and George Seaton, undated
Lonelyhearts
Box   43
Folder   10
Correspondence, 1958
Box   43
Folder   11
Script by DS, 1958 May 15
Box   44
Folder   1
“Miss Lonelyhearts” typescript by Howard Teichmann, undated
Box   44
Folder   2
“Miss Lonelyhearts” mimeo script (annotated) by Howard Teichmann, undated
Box   44
Folder   3
Mimeoscript by DS, 1958 June 30
Box   44
Folder   4
Miscellaneous, including synopses
Lost Angel
Box   44
Folder   5
Script, 1943 February 11
Lust for Life
Box   44
Folder   5A
Story rights card, 1955
A Majority of One
Box   44
Folder   6
Correspondence, 1958-1959
Box   44
Folder   7
Reviews and playbill
Man of Ideas
Box   44
Folder   8
Script by DS, undated
The Man of Rahovath
Box   44
Folder   9
Script, 1952 November 24
Meet Me in Las Vegas
Box   44
Folder   9A
Story rights card, 1955
MGM Jubilee
Box   44
Folder   10
Correspondence, 1954
The MGM Story
Box   45
Folder   1-4
Correspondence, 1950-1951
Box   45
Folder   5
Script, undated
Box   45
Folder   6
Miscellaneous
HA 867-HA 869
Film
U.S. Mss 37AN
The Next Voice You Hear
Correspondence
Box   45
Folder   7-9
, 1949-1950
Box   46
Folder   1-4
, 1950-1956
Box   46
Folder   5
Script, 1950 January 27
Box   46
Folder   6
Previews
Box   46
Folder   7
Reviews and clippings
Box   47
Folder   1
Miscellaneous
Oasis
Box   47
Folder   2
Story by Willard Robertson, 1944 August 11
One Every Minute
Box   47
Folder   3
Treatment by DS, undated
Osborne of Sing Sing
Box   47
Folder   4
Script, 1940 October 9
The Plymouth Adventure
Box   47
Folder   5-8
Correspondence, 1953-1955
WCFTR Poster File
Poster
U.S. Mss 37AN
Box   47
Folder   9
Script, 1951 December 18
Box   48
Folder   1
Script (with photographs), 1952 April 15
Box   48
Folder   2
Previews
Box   48
Folder   3
Miscellaneous
GA 184-GA 189
Film
U.S. Mss 37AN
Power of Darkness, by Allen Rivkin
Box   48
Folder   4
Treatment, 1948 July 28
The Quiet Hour
Box   48
Folder   5
Script and correspondence
SAC
Box   48
Folder   6
Script, undated
The Sailor Named Smith
Box   48
Folder   7
Treatment, undated
The Salary, Annuity, Fiduciary Blues (radio sketch)
Box   48
Folder   8
Script by Arthur Miller, undated
She Wanted the Moon
Box   48
Folder   9
Treatment, undated
So Little Time
Box   48
Folder   10
Notes and correspondence
Storm in the West
Box   48
Folder   11
Correspondence, 1943-1953
Box   48
Folder   12
Notes and continuity outlines
Box   48
Folder   13
Script, 1943 September 17
Box   48
Folder   14
Picture estimate
Box   48
Folder   15
Illustrations for book
The Story of Adam Crocker
Box   49
Folder   1
Treatment, 1943 September 20
Sunrise at Campobello (play)
Box   49
Folder   2
Research materials and notes
Box   49
Folder   3-4
Script by DS, undated
Box   49
Folder   5
Script, 1957 May 28
Box   49
Folder   6
Script, 1957 August 9
Box   49
Folder   7
Script, 1957 August 26
Box   49
Folder   8
Script, 1957 October 20
Box   50
Folder   8
Script, 1958 January 14
Box   51
Folder   1
Script (final uncorrected), 1960 April 11
Box   51
Folder   2
Script (final corrected), 1960 April 11
Box   50
Folder   1
Business records
Box   50
Folder   2
Programs
Box   50
Folder   3
Publicity
330A/1-2
Recording, Play of the Week, 1958 November 9
U.S. Mss 37AN
Box   50
Folder   4
Miscellaneous
Correspondence
Box   50
Folder   5-7
, 1957
Box   51
Folder   3-6
, 1958
Box   52
Folder   1
, 1958-1959
The Swan
Box   52
Folder   2
Correspondence, 1955-1956
Box   52
Folder   3
Previews
Box   52
Folder   4
Script (with photographs), 1945 September 6
Box   52
Folder   5
Miscellaneous
Take the High Ground
Note: See also Making of a Marine
Box   52
Folder   6
Correspondence, 1951-1952
Box   52
Folder   7
Script (with photographs), 1952 December 18
Box   53
Folder   1
Previews
Box   53
Folder   2
Miscellaneous, including correspondence
Disc 49A/22
Recording of musical theme
U.S. Mss 37AN
Then There Were Two (released as Kid Glove Killer)
Box   53
Folder   3
Script, 1941 December 1
“This Hallowed Ground” on Book Parade
Box   53
Folder   4
Miscellaneous
Tonight!- Lincoln Versus Douglas
Box   53
Folder   5
Script by Norman Corwin
Touchdown for Sale
Box   53
Folder   6
Treatment by DS
Transcontinental Bus
Box   53
Folder   7
Treatment by Edwin Gilbert and DS, 1933 January 10
Trial by Sasswood, a play
Box   53
Folder   8
Script by Laura Kerr and Allen Rivkin, undated
The Unsinkable Molly Brown, a play
Box   53
Folder   9
Correspondence, 1958-1959
Box   53
Folder   10
“The Unsinkable Mrs. Brown,” script by Robert Morris, 1958 August 7
Box   53
Folder   11
Script, undated
Valley of the Kings
Box   54
Folder   1
Correspondence, 1952-1954
The Victim
Box   54
Folder   2
Treatments, 1958
Washington Story
Box   54
Folder   3
Correspondence, 1951-1952
Box   54
Folder   4
Script (with photographs), 1951 December
Box   54
Folder   5
Previews
Box   54
Folder   6
Miscellaneous
Westward the Women
Box   54
Folder   7
Correspondence, 1951-1952
Box   54
Folder   8
Previews
Box   54
Folder   9
Miscellaneous
A Woman's Place-Party of the First Part
Box   55
Folder   1
Script by Norman Panama and Melvin Frank (first draft)
Scripts for Special Occasions
Box   55
Folder   2
Don Hartman's Birthday Party, 1951 November 10
Box   55
Folder   3
Miscellaneous story ideas by DS
Box   55
Folder   4
Miscellaneous synopses
Box   55
Folder   5
Script fragment, undated
Series: 1968 Additions, 1933-1952
Physical Description: 4.4 cubic feet (19 archives boxes) 
Subseries: Production Files
The Bachelor and the Bobby-Soxer
Box   56
Folder   1
Script (with photographs) by Sidney Sheldon, undated
Bataan
Box   56
Folder   2
“Bataan Patrol” script, 1942 November 7
Berlin Express
Box   57
Folder   1
Script (with photographs), 1947 September 27
Big City
Box   57
Folder   2
Script, 1937 June 10
The Boy With the Green Hair
Box   58
Folder   1
Script (with photographs) by Ben Barzman and Alfred Lewis Levitt, 1948 February 18
Boys Town
Box   58
Folder   2
Treatment, undated
Box   59
Folder   1
Script, undated
Chinatown Squad
Box   59
Folder   2
Script by L. G. Blochman and DS, 1935 March 13
Crossfire
Box   60
Folder   1
Script (with photographs) by John Paxton, undated
Edison the Man
Box   60
Folder   2
Script, undated
The Farmer's Daughter
Box   60
Folder   3
Script (with photographs) by Allen Rivkin and Laura Kerr, undated
Fog
Box   60
Folder   4
Script by Ethel Hill and DS, 1933 September 12
Fury of the Jungle
Box   61
Folder   1
Script by Ethel Hill and DS, 1933 May 26
Gettysburg
Box   61
Folder   2
Script, 1955 June 13
Girl from Scotland Yard
Box   61
Folder   3
Script by Doris Anderson and DS, 1937 January 25
Happiness Preferred
Box   61
Folder   4
Script by Doris Malloy and DS, 1936 November 3
He Couldn't Take It
Box   61
Folder   5
Script, undated
Her Master's Voice
Box   62
Folder   1
Script by DS, undated
The Hoaxters
Box   62
Folder   2
Script (with photographs), 1952 August 25
I Remember Mama
Box   62
Folder   3
Script (with photographs), 1947 October 11
I'll Be Seeing You
Box   62
Folder   4
Script (with photographs) by Marion Parsonnet, 1944 December
Joe Smith, American
Box   63
Folder   1
Script, 1941 October 15
Let's Talk It Over
Box   63
Folder   2
Treatment by DS and Lew Foster, undated
Lost Angel
Box   64
Folder   1
Script, 1943 March 16
Married Bachelor
Box   64
Folder   2
Script, 1941 July 18
The Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Story (The Dore Story)
Box   65
Folder   1
Script (with photographs), undated
Mind Your Own Business
Box   65
Folder   2
Script by DS, undated
Mr. and Mrs. North
Box   66
Folder   1
Script, 1941 October 20
Murder in the Clouds
Box   66
Folder   2
Script by DS and Roy Chanslor, 1934 August 21
Mr. Blandings Builds His Dream House
Box   67
Folder   1
Script (with photographs) by Norman Panama and Melvin Frank, 1947 December 19
Pilot Number Five
Box   67
Folder   2
Script, 1945 May 15
Rachel
Box   68
Folder   1
Script (with photographs) by Waldo Salt, 1947 August 4
The Silk Hat Kid
Box   68
Folder   2
Script by Edward Eliscu and Lou Breslow, 1935 May 18
The Spiral Staircase
Box   69
Folder   1
Script (with photographs) by Mel Dinelli, 1945
Stranger in Town (Mr. Justice Goes Hunting)
Box   69
Folder   2
Script, 1942 October 16
They Live by Night
Box   70
Folder   1
Script (with photographs) by Charles Schnee, undated
Til the End of Time
Box   70
Folder   2
Script (with photographs) by Allen Rivkin, 1946
Timothy's Quest
Box   71
Folder   1
Script, undated
The War Against Mrs. Hadley
Box   71
Folder   2
Script, 1942 May 4
Weep No More
Box   72
Folder   1
Script (with photographs) by Frank Fenton, 1948 April 20
Westward the Women
Box   72
Folder   2
Script, undated
The Window
Box   73
Folder   1
Script (with photographs) by Mel Dinelli, 1947 October 23
Young and Beautiful
Box   73
Folder   2
Script by DS, Al Martin, Joe Stanley, and Bert Clark, 1934 June 27
Young Tom Edison
Box   74
Folder   1
Script, undated
Series: 1977 Additions, circa 1920-1980
Physical Description: 41.0 cubic feet (112 archives boxes), 19 tape recordings, 19 reels of microfilm (35 mm), and 24 reels of film 
Scope and Content Note

The 1977 Additions primarily focus on the years 1956-1977, the period after Schary left Hollywood and concentrated his activities in New York. Some files predate this period and document his years at RKO and MGM, while a few miscellaneous items, personal items, and writings reflect still earlier activities.

The papers reveal aspects of both Schary's personal and his professional life. Included in the former are his involvement in Democratic politics, his affairs as a leading figure in the Jewish community, and the activities of his family. In the latter category are his work as a writer, director, and producer of motion picture and theatrical productions and as chairman of the Anti-Defamation League. Files relating to his tenure as commissioner of cultural affairs in New York City are fragmentary.

Given the wide range of Schary's work and interests, the collection provides insights not only into the creation of Hollywood and Broadway productions, but also into subjects such as Democratic politics, liberalism, anti-Semitism, the radical right, the Hollywood Ten, the 1967 Arab-Israeli War, and the Arab boycott.

Schary's filing system has been retained whenever possible. This has led to some overlap between and within subseries. To aid the researcher, some cross-referencing has been added by Archives staff. However, researchers are cautioned to examine the contents list below carefully in order to locate all pertinent files. The GENERAL FILE in particular describes people, events, productions, and organizations that may be mentioned in other subseries.

These additions are organized as five subseries: BIOGRAPHICAL AND PERSONAL MATERIAL, GENERAL FILES, PRODUCTION FILES, ANTI-DEFAMATION LEAGUE FILES, and GENERAL WRITINGS.

The BIOGRAPHICAL AND PERSONAL MATERIAL includes an artificial compilation of various interviews, newspaper clippings, magazine articles, and other materials about Schary's life; documentation about various events in his life; and information about the lives and activities of Miriam Schary and other members of his family.

The General material within this subseries relates to Schary's home and family life and consists of correspondence, lists, clippings, writings and eulogies, diaries, financial and legal materials, itineraries, and miscellaneous. The subseries provides some evidence of the lifestyle and relationships of a close-knit, well-to-do Jewish family. Also here is some information on family parties, holidays, homes and apartments, trips, and miscellaneous. Of special interest are the files regarding Camp Flagler, a hotel where Schary worked as assistant social director and newsletter editor with Moss Hart. In the file is a newsletter dated August 16, 1929 which was guest edited by Hart.

The Family material focuses on individual members of Schary's family. The files are organized by the name of the individual most closely related to Schary. These files also contain material relating to other members of that individual's family. For example, included with the file on daughter Joy is correspondence with her husband and their children. Women are identified in the container list by their married name with the exception of Jill and Joy Schary. Of interest in Jill Schary's files are materials about her success with the “bird-in-the-hand” glove, a concept which she developed as a young girl and which Neiman Marcus marketed, and evidence of her early literary efforts. Many of Miriam Schary's files document her professional career as an artist (she painted professionally under her maiden name, M. Svet), although some writings are included.

The GENERAL FILES focus on Schary's activities as a public figure, primarily those outside his production and ADL activities. Much of the subseries consists of correspondence, although other types of documentation such as proposals, by-laws, financial and legal records, minutes, surveys, newsletters, bulletins, testimony transcripts, speeches and eulogies, outlines, scripts, lists, notes, clippings, and miscellaneous are also included.

The files relect the myriad individuals, organizations, committees, and causes with which Schary was involved. Among the prominent correspondents here are Ralph Bellamy, Art Buchwald, William F. Buckley, Jr., Norman Cousins, Moss Hart, Hedda Hopper, Lyndon Johnson, John and Robert Kennedy, Howard Lindsay, Arthur Schlesinger, Jr., David O. Selznick, Adlai Stevenson, Darryl F. Zanuck, and others, while organizations such as the Authors League of America, Brandeis Camp Institute, the Dramatists Guild and the Dramatists Guild Fund, the House Un-American Activities Committee, Independent Citizens Committee of the Arts, Sciences and Professions, Interracial Council for Business Opportunities, MGM, Motion Picture Association of America, National Committee for a Sane Nuclear Policy, Walter Reade Organization, and others are also represented. Arrangement is alphabetical by subject, with a general file (e.g. A-General) beginning each alphabetical sequence. A partial index to correspondents in this section is an Appendix to this finding aid.

Researchers should consult the contents list below to explore the full range of this subseries. However, the following description may alert users to items or files of particular interest. These descriptions follow in alphabetical sequence.

The Academy Award Show file includes a letter from David Selznick in which he explains his interpretation of the purpose of the Irving Thalberg Memorial Award. Minutes of a meeting with Joseph Papp are contained in the Ad Hoc Committee to Save the Theatre at Lincoln Center file. The Amafro Films Inc. file contains fragmentary information about a company designed to train talented blacks in producing films about the Afro-American experience and includes correspondence from Jack Valenti. The American Arbitration Association file includes materials about a West Side Story case on which Schary served as arbitrator. The file of the American Theatre Wing consists of minutes, reports, and financial statements of a Tony Award-sponsored organization which takes current Broadway plays to hospitals and other institutions. Included in the Americans for Democratic Action file is an address by Gunnar Myrdal and an Arthur Schlesinger, Jr. memorandum (January 7, 1960) in which he discusses Soviet-American relations. The file of America's Conscience Fund focuses on a plan designed to assist Birmingham blacks during the 1964 civil rights movement. The Authors League of America file reveals this group's concern about copyright legislation.

The Herman Badillo file focuses on his New York City mayoral campaign while correspondence of Lucy Ballentine, Schary's secretary, provides insight into his office operation and personal matters concerning family and friends. The file of Bernard Reis and Company, an accounting firm, relates to Schary finances and includes financial statements for Schary's production companies. Speeches and speech notes are included in both the files of the Brandeis Camp Institute and Brandeis University and reveal Schary's long association and support of these organizations. (Schary served on Brandeis University's Board of Trustees.) Fawn Brodie's correspondence details Schary's difficulties in obtaining sponsorship for a television program about slavery and also briefly comments on Marilyn Monroe's death. Letters with William Buckley clarify his attitude toward the John Birch Society and his support of Israel.

The C, General file includes a script of a portion of a Stan Freeburg album, three newsletters by Geoffrey Cowan describing Council of Federated Organization (COFO) activities in the South, and a parody of the poem “Gunga Din,” which describes the Watergate affair. Correspondence from actor Louis Calhan describes films he made and Hollywood personages he knew, including Dave Tebets. The file of the Citizens Crusade Against Poverty includes letters from the group's president, Walter Reuther. The Community Relations Committee of the Jewish Community Council file contains information on Myron C. Fagan and Gerald L. K. Smith, individuals who believed that there existed a Jewish-Communist conspiracy and these groups had an undue influence in Hollywood. The file of the Community Relations Committee of the Jewish Federation documents the group's efforts to examine the portrayal of Jews in films and to urge the use of Jews in film production. The Council of Civic Unity file documents a coalition designed to end racial excitement and discrimination in the Los Angeles war industry area. Much of the crank mail is anti-Semitic in nature.

Files of the Dramatists Guild Fund Inc. reveals its efforts to assist struggling writers through scholarships and loans. The Dramatists Guild file includes Howard Lindsay correspondence while H, General contains letters from Mother Dolores (Hart) who comments on the monastic life she had chosen over acting. Moss Hart's letters are detailed and rich and mention not only the projects on which he worked but his mental state as he coped with bouts of depression. Included in the Hedda Hopper file is a log which contains excerpts of her column which mentioned Schary. The Hollywood 10 and the House Un-American Activities Committee (HUAC) files contain materials on Schary's appearance before that committee, his opinions of the Ten, their dismissal by RKO following their citation for contempt, and the dismissal of producer Adrian Scott and director Edward Dmytryk who had made Crossfire.

The file of the Independent Citizens' Committee of the Arts, Sciences, and Professions focuses on a non-partisan political organization located in Hollywood. The Paul Morton Leeds file includes materials on the Communist Party and politics of the left. The MGM files include minutes of executive meetings and discuss the status of several films, projected films, and stars. The Motion Picture Association of America file contains production code reports regarding script censorship.

Among the N, General file is a letter (September 7, 1967) from Roy Wilkins of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People in which he comments on black militants. The files of the New York City Commissioner of Cultural Affairs include minutes from the New York City Bicentennial Committee. The files pertaining to Frank O'Connor's New York gubernatorial campaign document a controversy which resulted from Schary's endorsement of O'Connor. (The ADL feared the endorsement would be perceived as an endorsement by that organization since Schary was then serving as national chairman.) The Daniel O'Shea file includes materials relating to Vanguard Films, David Selznick's company for which Schary worked prior to his RKO appointment.

Both the Edgar Peterson and the N. Peter Rathvon files contain materials relating to RKO. Files of Walter Reilly, production assistant to Schary, includes materials relating to Schary Productions. Among the RKO files are financial reports and status reports relating to several films. Scrapbooks, containing clippings, programs, playbills, and miscellaneous focus on Schary's public activities including both productions and speaking engagements.

The David O. Selznick files include correspondence with Vanguard Films regarding several film productions such as The Bachelor and the Bobby Soxer and The Farmer's Daughter (also known as “Katie for Congress”). Among the Sidney Hillman Foundation files are scripts for three local television shows, Hotbed of Hatred, No Room at the Bottom, and The Orange and the Scratch. Telephone logs include not only discussions of routine matters but also occasional synopses and explanations of productions. The Justin and Maurice Turner file discusses some investments while the Uptown Service Committee file includes a report of the Motion Picture Alliance for the Preservation of American Ideals. The file of the Water Conservation project discusses New York City's efforts to cope with a water shortage. Louis Wolfson's file documents a Securities and Exchange Commission lawsuit regarding the improper sale of securities and contains a letter of support regarding Wolfson's parole.

The PRODUCTION FILES concern motion picture, radio, television, and theatrical works. The subseries is arranged by genre and then alphabetically by title. It pertains to both produced and unproduced works. Correspondence with authors, designers, and actors that does not pertain to a particular production are located in the GENERAL FILES, as is information relating to MGM, RKO, the Hollywood Ten, and other film-related topics. The amount of information varies with the production, but may include treatments, outlines, notes, variant script drafts, speeches, clippings, crew lists, correspondence, legal records, miscellaneous, budgets, surveys, preview lists, publicity, playbills, design sketches, casting material, music, and journals. A small file of miscellaneous project submissions begins the subseries.

Among the works represented are the films Act One, The Bachelor and the Bobby Soxer, Boys Town, Broadway Melody of 1939, Crossfire, The Farmer's Daughter, The Spiral Staircase, Sunrise at Campobello, Sunset Boulevard, and The Unsinkable Molly Brown; the Jimmy Durante radio program; and miscellaneous television programs such as Busing: Some Voices from the South and CBS Reports; and plays such as Banderol, Brightower, The Devil's Advocate, The Highest Tree, A Joyful Noise, A Majority of One, One by One, Something About a Soldier, Sunrise at Campobello, Too Many Heroes, The Unsinkable Molly Brown, and Zulu and the Zayda.

These files document Broadway activity and independent motion picture and television productions during the 1960s. Items of interest include the stage manager's diary which detailed the rehearsal period for Brightower; Schary's own journal for One by One, which documents the production process; lyrics from Sunset Boulevard; a treatment for “Up Spoke the Captain,” an unproduced play written for the Marx Brothers; and a treatment for Mississippi, a film for which Schary did not receive final film credit. Documentation of negotiation for the French production of The Devil's Advocate and litigation concerned with possible plagiarism in The Bachelor and the Bobby Soxer are also included.

The ANTI-DEFAMATION LEAGUE subseries consists of Schary's files as national chairman. Included are correspondence, reports, agenda, lists, scripts, treatments, financial records, transcripts, articles, speeches, writings, and miscellaneous. The subseries is subdivided into two sections: a Subject File and a Speech File. Arrangement in the former is alphabetical by title, with a general category (e.g. A-General) beginning each letter's segment. The speeches are organized by the name of the group addressed, with unidentified materials at the end in chronological order.

The general file does not appear to be exhaustive either of ADL's activities or of Schary's participation in it. However, it does reveal many concerns of the Jewish community such as anti-Semitism and the Arab-Israeli War. The following description summarizes some items of particular interest. Included in the A-General file are letters regarding a Steve Allen joke which offended some people. The file of the American Council for Judaism, an anti-Zionist organization, indicates conflicts between various Jewish groups. The AT&T file contains a complaint about the number of Jewish executives employed by that company. The file labelled Anti-Semitism includes a report of the reaction to a 1968 New York City teacher strike, while the Black/Jewish file reveals the attitudes of both groups.

The B'nai B'rith International Council file reveals a conflict between it and ADL over jurisdiction in combatting anti-Semitism in foreign countries. Among the topics discussed there are the Arab-Israeli situation, war, terrorism, the Nixon policy toward Israel, and Secretary of State William Roger's efforts to get the U.S. to adopt a neutral policy toward Israel.

The Coca Cola company file reports on alleged submission to the Arab boycott over funds; a controversy regarding America, a Catholic magazine which supported prayer in public schools; and an alleged anti-Semitic translation that the New York Philharmonic Symphony used in a 1963 concert.

In the CORE-Brooklyn file is a memorandum regarding an ADL complaint about anti-Semitic incident caused by militant blacks. The subseries also contains a file relating to Benjamin Epstein, national director of ADL. Among the papers on Arnold Forster are materials regarding George Lincoln Rockwell's appearance at the University of Chicago.

The John F. Hatchett file focuses on the controversy surrounding his appointment as director of a New York University Afro-American Student Center and some alleged anti-Semitic statements made by him. The Italian controversy file documents litigation between ADL and the American-Italian Anti-Defamation League over similarities in their names.

The John Birch Society files contain material about that group and the radical right in general. The controversy and litigation over the anti-Jewish and anti-Israeli mural at the Jordanian pavillion at the New York World's Fair are documented in the file of that name. The National Jewish Community Relations Advisory Council file contains information on its attempts to reestablish relations with ADL which had been severed since the 1950s. Among the S-General file contents is correspondence from Omar Sharif on his role in Funny Girl.

All of the speeches delivered by Schary as ADL chairman have been microfilmed, and after filming the original materials were integrated in the chronologically-arranged speeches which are part of the GENERAL WRITINGS described below.

The GENERAL WRITINGS subseries contains speeches from the 1960s; other non-theatrical writings including verse, skits, short stories, book reviews, magazine and newspaper articles; and related material. Documentation is extensive for Schary's book Special Occasions which dealt with the family catering business. A folder regarding an unproduced musical based on this book is also included. Several files also pertain to “Hollywood as I Knew It,” an unpublished autobiography, and a novelized version of “Storm of the West,” an allegorical western by Schary and Sinclair Lewis that Schary wanted to produce for MGM.

Subseries: Biographical and Personal Material
Interviews
Box   75
Folder   1-2
Correspondence and transcripts, 1944-1972
Recorded interviews
Audio 920A
Turning Point (UCLA, Television-Radio Division, Department of Theatre Arts, 1959 August 19
Scope and Content Note: Interview with Dore Schary covering the entire span of his career. He discusses his work with the major motion picture studios and in the theater.
920A/16
Part 1
Scope and Content Note: Discusses his pre-Hollywood career; his work as a writer at Columbia, as a writer and head of the B picture unit at MGM and a dispute there over Storm in the West; his work at Vanguard Pictures for David Selznick; at RKO for Howard Hughes and their dispute over Battleground; and Schary's eventual return to MGM.
920A/17
Part 2
Scope and Content Note: Comparison of Schary's position at MGM with that of Irving Thalberg; discussion of his career at MGM and his differences with Louis B. Mayer; the role of independent producers in Hollywood.
920A/18
Part 3
Scope and Content Note: Comparison of workings of and final products of motion pictures, television, and theater; discussion of film and theatrical productions of Sunrise at Campobello; description of theatrical focus of his then current activities.
920A/19
U.S. Steel Concert House. (BB & D, air date 1960 December 14)
Scope and Content Note: Interview with Dore Schary regarding the relationship between art and business.
920A/4
The Barry Gray Show Production information unknown, circa 1972
Scope and Content Note: Interview with Dore Schary regarding his role as president of TelePremier, a pay television company. Focuses on its product, TheatreVision, and describes how the system works. Discusses economics of pay TV; the attitude of commercial network television; and the eventual goal of pay TV to produce.
U.S. Mss 37AN
Box   75
Folder   3
Magazine articles and notices, 1947-1955
Box   75
Folder   4
Miscellaneous, including biographies, birth certificates, awards, 1933-1972, undated
Box   75
Folder   5
Newspaper clippings, 1936-1955, 1980
Box   75
Folder   6
Oral history for Columbia University, 1959-1961
Box   75
Folder   7
Thesis, “A Biography of Dore Schary: His Contribution to the Motion Picture Industry and Theatre...” / by Naomi Fink, 1968
General file
Box   76
Folder   1
Anniversary, 25th, 1957
Box   76
Folder   2
Appraisals of property, 1966
Birthdays
Box   76
Folder   3
, 1950-1965
Box   200
Folder   2
Schary Manor souvenir booklet
Box   76
Folder   4
60th brithday, 1965
Camp Flagler
Box   76
Folder   5
Social calendar, 1929
Box   76
Folder   6
Flagler News, circa 1929 June-August
Christmas lists, cards, and correspondence
Box   76
Folder   7-9
, 1949-1965
Box   77
Folder   1-2
, 1965-1972
Box   77
Folder   3
Dore Schary Day at the World's Fair, 1965
Box   77
Folder   4
Entertainment, 1951-1968, undated
Box   77
Folder   5
Genealogy, circa 1920-1961, undated
Residences
Box   77
Folder   6
Leases, 1935-1937
Box   77
Folder   7
Correspondence and miscellaneous, 1941-1966, undated
Box   77
Folder   8
House, correspondence and estimates, 1950-1952, undated
Apartments
Box   77
Folder   9
New York, 1957-1958
Box   77
Folder   10
33 East 70th Corporation, 1958-1966
Box   78
Folder   1
Vineyard Haven, 1962-1965, undated
Box   78
Folder   2
Fire, 1964, undated
Box   78
Folder   3
School activities, high school and college, circa 1929-1944
Box   78
Folder   4
Surgery, 1968, undated
Family file
Schary, Miriam Svet
Box   81
Folder   5-9
Correspondence and miscellaneous, 1947-1969, undated
Painting career
Box   81
Folder   10
Clipping, reviews, and catalogs, 1952-1956, undated
Exhibitions
Associated American Artists
Box   82
Folder   1-3
General file, 1947-1957, undated
Box   82
Folder   4
Mailing lists, 1952, 1955
Box   82
Folder   5
Brenon and Morgan, 1955
Box   82
Folder   6
Janet Nessler Gallery, 1962-1964, undated
Box   82
Folder   7
Lane Galleries, 1956
Box   82
Folder   8
Los Angeles Art Association, 1956, undated
Box   82
Folder   9
Los Angeles Art committee, 1955, undated
Box   82
Folder   10
Portraits Inc., 1953-1954
Box   82
Folder   11
Sagitarius Gallery, 1955
Box   82
Folder   12
Miscellaneous, 1952-1956, undated
Micro 1062
Reel   14
Segment   2
Scrapbook, 1952-1963
U.S. Mss 37AN
Box   82
Folder   13
Shipping, 1951-1957
Box   82
Folder   14
Vigeveno Gallery, circa 1952-1954
Writings
Et Cetera
Box   82
Folder   15
Diary draft (incomplete), circa 1952-1959
Box   83
Folder   1
Typescript, circa 1955
Box   83
Folder   2-3
revised typescript, circa 1959
Box   83
Folder   4
Stories, undated
Schary, Samuel (Stanley), Fay, and Susan
Box   83
Folder   5
Correspondence, 1943-1971
Box   83
Folder   6
Funeral of Samuel, 1964
Box   83
Folder   7
Schary, Saul, Correspondence, 1948-1973, undated
Box   83
Folder   8
Schary, William, Correspondence, 1972-1973
Small Family (Paul and Lillian)
Box   83
Folder   9
Correspondence and clipping, 1947-1962, undated
Box   84
Folder   1
Funeral of Lillian, 1961-1962
Box   84
Folder   2
Funeral of Paul, 1954, undated
Box   84
Folder   3
Family (Jane, Beth, Edgar, Bobbe), 1948-1974, undated
Box   84
Folder   4
Svet, Mandell and Rosalie, Correspondence, 1951-1958, undated
Subseries: General Files
Box   85
Folder   1-3
A, General, 1946-1949, 1960-1973, undated
Box   85
Folder   4
Academy Award show, and script, 1946
Box   86
Folder   1
Ad Hoc Committee to Save the Theatre at Lincoln Center, circa 1967-1975
Box   86
Folder   2
Advertising, 1959-1964
Box   86
Folder   3
Allstate Investment Corporation, 1967
Box   86
Folder   4
Amafro Films Inc., 1966-1969, undated
Box   86
Folder   5
American Arbitration Association, 1968-1974
Box   87
Folder   1
American Civil Liberties Union, 1959-1963
Box   87
Folder   2
American Federation of Arts, 1959-1966, undated
Box   87
Folder   3
American Federation of Musicians, 1964-1969
Box   87
Folder   4
American Jewish Congress, 1962-1963
Box   87
Folder   5-6
American Theatre Wing, 1961-1973
Box   87
Folder   7
America's Conscience Fund, 1963, undated
Box   87
Folder   8
Americans for Democratic Action, 1959-1969, undated
Box   88
Folder   1
Arbitration matters, 1969, undated
Box   88
Folder   2
Ashley Famous Agency Inc., 1966-1967
Box   88
Folder   3
Aspen Institute for Humanistic Studies, circa 1962-1966, undated
Box   88
Folder   4
Aspen Writer's Workshop and Theatre, 1965-1967
Box   88
Folder   5
Atomic bomb testing and arms control, 1959-1962
Box   88
Folder   6
Audience research survey, 1963-1966, undated
Box   88
Folder   7
Authors Guild Inc., 1966-1972
Box   89
Folder   1-3
Authors League of America Inc., (including Copyright Committee material), 1961-1973
Box   90
Folder   1-3
B, General, 1947, 1953-1974, undated
Box   90
Folder   4
Badillo, Herman, 1973
Box   90
Folder   5
Ballentine, Lucy, 1954, 1957-1959
Box   90
Folder   6
Bellamy, Ralph, 1961-1973, undated
Box   90
Folder   7
Belle Schary Drama Workshop, 1959-1968
Box   90
Folder   8
Benoff, Mac, 1959-1965, undated
Box   90
Folder   9
Bernard Reis and Company, 1965-1968
Box   90
Folder   10
Bets, 1955-1956
Box   90
Folder   11
Boyea, Samuel, 1961-1963, undated
Box   91
Folder   1
Bradley, Tom, 1969 March-April, undated
Box   91
Folder   2-3
Brandeis Camp Institute, correspondence, speeches, and miscellaneous, 1954 February-1971 June, undated
Box   91
Folder   4
Brandeis Institute (formerly Brandeis Camp Institute), 1971 September-1973 November
Box   91
Folder   5-6
Brandeis University, 1959 May-1973 November, undated
Box   91
Folder   7
Brandt, Harry, 1965 April-May
Box   91
Folder   8
Brodie, Faun and Bernard, 1961 January-1964 March
Box   91
Folder   9
Brozgold, Lee and Mr. and Mrs. Morris Brozgold, 1963 April-1964 May, undated
Box   91
Folder   10
Buchwald, Art, 1961 December-1963 March
Box   91
Folder   11
Buckley, William F., Jr., 1967 February-1969 March
C, General
Box   91
Folder   12
1945, 1949, 1959-1965
Box   92
Folder   1
1966-1974, undated
Box   92
Folder   2
Calhern, Louis, 1948 July-1956 July, undated
Box   92
Folder   3
Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions, 1964 July-1969 September, undated
Box   92
Folder   4
Central Synagogue - Centennial Celebration at the Jewish Museum, 1969 December-1970 February, undated
Box   92
Folder   5
Citizens Crusade against Poverty, correspondence and minutes, 1964 July-1967 June
Box   92
Folder   6
Comay, Michael (Israeli ambassador to the UN), 1963 March-1965 March
Box   92
Folder   7-8
Committees, Miscellaneous, 1960 November-1966 September
Box   92
Folder   9
Community Relations Committee of the Jewish Community Council, 1947 January-1969 September
Box   93
Folder   1
Community Relations Committee of the Jewish Federation-Council of Greater Los Angeles, correspondence regarding national film project, 1959 March-1968 November
Box   93
Folder   2
Community Relations Service (U.S. Department of Commerce), 1964 August-1967 December
Box   93
Folder   3
Contracts, 1933 February-1952 August
Contributions
Box   93
Folder   4
Made, circa 1943-1955, undated
Box   93
Folder   5
Not made, 1955
Box   93
Folder   6
Council for Civic Unity, 1943 December-1945 September
Box   93
Folder   7
Council for Public Higher Education in New York, 1968 October-1969 June, undated
Box   93
Folder   8
Council of Supervisory Associations of the Public Schools of New York City, 1964 April
Box   93
Folder   9-11
Crank mail, circa 1947-1973
Box   94
Folder   1
D, General, 1949-1974
Box   94
Folder   2
Davis Family (Moshe), 1959-1972
Democratic Party
Box   94
Folder   3
General, 1948-1966
Box   94
Folder   4
Kennedy Inauguration, 1960-1961, undated
Box   94
Folder   5
State Convention (Buffalo, New York), 1966, undated
Audio 920A
Testimonial dinner for state chairman Peter Strauss, 1964 October 7
Scope and Content Note: Dinner for Strauss, Chairman of the New York State Democratic Campaign Committee, New York State reappointment leader, and campaign manager for the 1964 New York senatorial campaign of Robert F. Kennedy. Includes speeches by several local, state, and national Democratic politicians including New York City Mayor Robert F. Wagner, Peter Strauss, and Robert F. Kennedy. Much of the focus is on the 1964 presidential and senatorial campaigns.
920A/12
Part 1
Scope and Content Note: Includes introductions, invocation, and short speeches by New York state politicians.
920A/13
Part 2
Scope and Content Note: Includes comments by Peter Strauss regarding reapportionment and by Mayor Wagner
920A/14
Part 3
Scope and Content Note: Comments by Mayor Wagner continue regarding 1964 presidential and New York senatorial campaigns and speech by Robert F. Kennedy in which he discusses the campaign and his view of civil liberties; he specifically mentions wiretapping.
920A/15
Part 4
Scope and Content Note: Robert F. Kennedy speech continues.
GA 191-GA 193
Film
U.S. Mss 37AN
Depinet, Ned
Box   94
Folder   6
Correspondence, 1947-1948
Box   94
Folder   7
Pre-production survey of Battleground and The Last Mile, 1948
Depositions by Dore Schary
Box   94
Folder   8
Cole vs. Loews, 1948 March
Box   94
House Un-American Activities Committee, 1947 October
Box   94
Folder   9
Deutsch, Armand, 1949
Box   94
Folder   10
Donehue, Vincent, 1959-1966, 1973
Dramatists Guild Inc.
Box   94
Folder   11
, 1958-1963 September
Box   95
Folder   1-3
, 1964 January-1974 June
Dramatists Guild Fund Inc.
Box   95
Folder   4-7
, 1962 June-1971 April
Box   96
Folder   1-2
, 1971 April-1974 March
Micro 1062
Reel   14
Segment   3
Investment record, 1965
U.S. Mss 37AN
Box   96
Folder   3
Drexel University, Arts Administration program, 1970
Box   96
Folder   4
Dublin Conference Group, 1965-1966
Box   96
Folder   5
E, General, 1948-1972
Box   96
Folder   6
Eleanor Roosevelt Cancer Foundation, 1959-1963, undated
Eleanor Roosevelt Memorial Foundation
Box   96
Folder   7-9
, 1963 January-August
Box   97
Folder   1-4
1963 September-1973 October, undated
Box   97
Folder   5
Encyclopedia Judaica Research Foundation, 1966-1967, undated
Box   97
Folder   6
Epstein, Albert, 1962-1967
Box   97
Folder   7
Equal Opportunity Commission, correspondence, testimony, and clippings, 1967-1968
Box   97
Folder   8-9
F, General, 1947-1974
Box   97
Folder   10
Financial statements, 1955-1957
Box   98
Folder   1
Fink, Naomi and Richard, 1961-1973
Box   98
Folder   2
Fittelson, William, 1959-1973
Box   98
Folder   3
Forrest, Robert, 1966
Box   98
Folder   4
Franklin D. Roosevelt Memorial committee, 1949-1969
Box   98
Folder   5
Free World association, 1943-1944
Box   98
Folder   6
Freeman Family (Joel, Josh, Jeff, Lou), 1959-1974
Box   98
Folder   7-9
G, General, 1941 October-1974 January, undated
Box   98
Folder   10
Gash, Fred, 1960 August-1973 July
Box   98
Folder   11
Glazier, Sidney, 1965 December-1966 May
Box   98
Folder   12
Goetz, William and Mildred, 1966 February-1973 February
Box   98
Folder   13
Goldberg, Arthur, 1961 March-1970 November
Box   99
Folder   1
Golden, Harry, 1961 November-1972 February
Box   99
Folder   2
Goldwyn, Samuel, 1966 August-1973 April
Box   99
Folder   3
Green, Abel, 1949, 1959 September-1973 May
Box   99
Folder   4
Green, John and Bonnie, 1960 January-1973 March
Box   99
Folder   5
Greenson, Ralph and Hildi, 1959 February-1972 October, undated
Box   99
Folder   6-7
H, General, 1947, 1949, 1959 March-1974 January, undated
Box   99
Folder   8
Hart, Moss, and Kitty Carlisle, 1937 December-1973 December, undated
Box   99
Folder   9
Hebrew University of Jerusalem, prospectus for Institute for Contemporary Jewry, 1972 October-December
Box   99
Folder   10
Hoffman, Herman, 1963 March-1973 July
Box   99
Folder   11
Hoffman, Irving, correspondence and drawings, 1960 July-1963 May
Box   99
Folder   12
Hopper, Hedda, 1940 September-1965 June
Box   99
Folder   13
Hollywood Independent Citizens' Committee of the Arts, Sciences, and Professions, see Independent Citizens Committee of the Arts, Sciences, and Professions
Box   100
Folder   1
Hollywood Ten, December 1959-1965
House Un-American Activities Committee (HUAC)
Box   100
Folder   2-5
General, 1944 April-1959 December, undated
Box   100
Folder   6
Dore Schary vs Wage Earners Committee, 1952 May-July
Box   100
Folder   7
Hubbell Robinson Productions, 1959 December
Box   100
Folder   8
Hughs, Richard J., 1961 March-1970 January
Box   100
Folder   9
Humphrey, Hubert, 1947, 1949 March-1974 May
Box   100
Folder   10
I, General, 1959 February-1972 September
Income taxes
Box   100
Folder   11
, circa 1934-1959
Box   101
Folder   1
, 1960-1972
Box   101
Folder   2-3
Independent Citizens' Committee of the Arts, Sciences, and Professions, including Hollywood chapter materials (HICCASP), 1944 January-1946 December
Independent Productions Corporation and IPC Distributors vs. Loews Inc.
Box   101
Folder   4
General file, 1963 November-1964 September
Box   101
Folder   5-6
Deposition of Dore Schary, 1964 March 13-20
Box   101
Folder   7
Independent Screen Producers Guild, 1960 July-August, undated
Box   101
Folder   8
Institute of International Education, 1960 March-1970 April
Box   101
Folder   9
Insurance, circa 1950-1967
Box   101
Folder   10
Internal Revenue Service, petition and correspondence, 1966 September
Interracial Council for Business Opportunity
Box   101
Folder   11-12
, 1967 March-1969 September
Box   102
Folder   1
, 1969 October-1970 October
Box   102
Folder   2
Interviews, 1959-1965, undated
Box   102
Folder   3
Investments, 1961 March-1968 July
Box   102
Folder   4
Israel, 1967 May-1973 November, undated
Box   102
Folder   5
Israel Communications Center, 1970 February-March, undated
Box   102
Folder   6
Israel Magazine, 1966 April-1967 January
Box   102
Folder   7
Israeli Motion Picture Production, circa October 1965
Box   102
Folder   8
J, General, 1947, 1954 November-1974 February
Box   102
Folder   9
Janet Nessler Gallery, 1963 June-1966 July
Jewish-Film Advisory Committee, correspondence and reports
Box   102
Folder   10
, 1962-1969
Box   103
Folder   1
, 1970-1974
Box   103
Folder   2
Jewish Teachers Seminary, 1965 January-1969 March, undated
Jewish Theological Seminary
Box   103
Folder   3
General, 1947, 1959 October-1973 April
Box   103
Folder   4
American Jewish History Center, 1959 February-1963 June
Box   103
Folder   5
Jewish Welfare Lecture Board, 1970 April
Box   103
Folder   6
John F. Kennedy Library, oral history interview, correspondence and transcript, 1967 April-1974 January, undated
Johnson, Lyndon Baines
Box   103
Folder   7
General, 1963 December-1973 August, undated
Box   103
Folder   8
LBJ Campaign, 1964 August-November
Juliana, Queen of the Netherlands
GA 835
Pictorial diary of a visit to Hollywood: respectfully presented to Her Majesty Queen Juliana / by Mr. Dove Schary on behalf of the MGM Studios, 1952
U.S. Mss 37AN
K, General
Box   103
Folder   9-10
, 1944 January-1966 October
Box   104
Folder   1-2
, 1967 January-1974 January
Box   104
Folder   3
Kaplan, Kivie, 1962 September-1973 February
Box   104
Folder   4
Kaplan, Leon, 1957 January-1961 August
Box   104
Folder   5-6
Kennedy, John F., 1961 September-1967 October, undated
Box   104
Folder   7
Kennedy, Robert F., 1962 August-1973 April, undated
Box   104
Folder   8
Kinoy, Ernest, 1961 December-1969 February
Box   104
Folder   9
Kupcinet, Irving, 1959 February-1965 December
L, General
Box   104
Folder   10-11
, 1945 January-1970 November
Box   105
Folder   1
1971 April-1973 December, undated
Box   105
Folder   2
Langner, Lawrence, and Armina Marshal, 1962 March-1964 June, undated
Box   105
Folder   3-4
League of New York Theatres, 1959 May-1968 July, undated
Box   105
Folder   5
Leeds, Paul Morton, hearing transcript before the Security Hearing Board for the First Army, 1954 March 23
Box   105
Folder   6
Lehman, Herbert, correspondence and eulogy, 1959 March-1965 December
Box   105
Folder   7
Levene, Sam, 1942 July-1945 April
Box   105
Folder   8
Lewis, Tom, 1963 April-1965 November
Box   105
Folder   9
Lexington Democratic Club, 1959-1968
Lincoln, Abraham
Box   105
Folder   10
Miscellaneous, 1960-1961
Box   105
Folder   11
Emancipation Proclamation Centenary, circa 1962
Second inaugural reenactment
Box   105
Folder   12
Research material
GA 070-072
Film
U.S. Mss 37AN
Box   105
Folder   13
Correspondence, scripts, program, 1964-1965, undated
Box   105
Folder   14
Financial file, 1965, undated
DD 604
Lincoln Centennial
U.S. Mss 37AN
Lindsay, John
Box   105
Folder   15
Correspondence, 1968-1973
Box   105
Folder   16
Speeches, 1969
Box   106
Folder   1
Loans, 1953-1963
Box   106
Folder   2
Loew's Inc., 1959-1969, undated
Box   106
Folder   3-6
M, General, 1944-1972
Box   106
Folder   7
MCA Inc., 1962-1963
Box   106
Folder   8
MacKenna, Kenneth, 1941-1943, 1965
Box   106
Folder   9
Mannix, E. J., 1942-1943
Box   106
Folder   10
Mark, Melville, regarding Covenant Communications Corporation, 1971-1973
Box   107
Folder   1
Marks Pensions Service, 1965
Box   107
Folder   2
Masada, 1966-1967
Meir, Golda
Box   107
Folder   3
Correspondence, 1969-1973
New York State dinner and visit
Box   107
Folder   4
Correspondence, lists, and notes, 1969
Box   107
Folder   5
Guest lists, 1969, undated
Box   107
Folder   6
Miscellaneous notes, undated
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
Box   107
Folder   7
Books and rights inventory, 1948 November
Box   107
Folder   8-9
Congratulatory messages, circa 1948 August
Box   107
Folder   10
Hiring of DS, 1948
Box   107
Folder   11-13
Minutes of executive meetings, 1942-1949
Box   107
Folder   14
Producers synopsis meetings, 1941-1942, 1953
Box   107
Folder   15
Report by Monica Kaufman regarding film industry, 1955
Box   107
Folder   16
Sales meeting, 1949, undated
Schary-Rapf Unit (Unit 43)
Box   108
Folder   1
Continuity costs and reports, circa 1942-1943
Box   108
Folder   2
Statements, correspondence, miscellaneous, circa 1945
Box   108
Folder   3
Termination of DS, circa 1956
Box   108
Folder   4
Meyner, Robert B., 1959-1962
Box   108
Folder   5
Military short films, 3 outlines and script, 1945
Box   108
Folder   6
Montor, Henry, 1970-1973
920A/6
Jack Moseley message, circa 1973
Scope and Content Note: Taped message to Dore Schary regarding Moseley's desire to get involved in motion picture direction. He solicits Schary's advice about the quality of various university film departments and seeks his opinion as to whether experience or formal education is the best teacher.
U.S. Mss 37AN
Box   108
Folder   7
Motion Pictures Association, correspondence and censorship reports, 1961-1967
Box   108
Folder   8
Motion pictures industry, descriptions including article regarding shorts and outline regarding Academy film, 1945, undated
Box   108
Folder   9
Motion Picture Industry Council, circa 1948-1949
Box   108
Folder   10
Murrow, Edward R., 1961, undated
Box   108
Folder   11
Musical and Dramatic Theatre Academy, 1962-1964
Box   108
Folder   12-14
N, General, 1947-1974
Box   108
Folder   15
National Academy of Television Arts and Science, regarding panel discussion, 1969
Box   108
Folder   16
National Advisory Committee on Farm Labor, 1961
Box   108
Folder   17
National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, 1949
Box   108
Folder   18
National Citizens' Commission on International Cooperation, 1965, undated
Box   108
Folder   19
National Citizens Committee for Broadcasting, 1968-1969
National Committee for a Sane Nuclear Policy
Box   108
Folder   20
, circa 1959-1962
Box   109
Folder   1
, 1963-1968
Box   109
Folder   2
National Committee for Immigration Reform, 1965
Box   109
Folder   3
National Committee on U.S.-China Relations, 1967-1968, undated
Box   109
Folder   4
National Jewish Community Relations Advisory Council, Minutes, 1970-1974
Box   109
Folder   5
Negotiate Now, 1967-1968, undated
Box   109
Folder   6
New Jersey State Council on the Arts, 1966-1968
Box   109
Folder   7
New School for Social Research, 1964-1968, undated
New York City, Commissioner of Cultural Affairs
Box   109
Folder   8
Congratulations, 1970, undated
Box   109
Folder   9
Correspondence and miscellaneous, 1970-1972
Box   109
Folder   10
New York Committee for Democratic Voters, 1965
Box   109
Folder   11
New York Times, 1969-1974
Box   109
Folder   12
New York University, Department of Drama and Criticism, 1968
Box   109
Folder   13
O, General, 1947, 1962 January-1973 July
O'Connor, Frank - Campaign
Box   109
Folder   14
Clippings, 1966 August-December, undated
Correspondence
Box   109
Folder   15
General, 1966 February-1969 May
Box   109
Folder   16
Anti-Defamation League Correspondence, 1966 June-November
Box   109
Folder   17
Fiscal file, 1966 July-September
Box   110
Folder   1-4
Press releases, memoranda, transcripts of speeches, and miscellaneous, 1965 May-1966 September, undated
Statements and speeches
Box   110
Folder   5
By Dore Schary, 1966 June-October, undated
Box   110
Folder   6
Citizens' Committee, 1966 June-August
Offices
Box   110
Folder   7
850 Seventh Avenue, 1966 June-1970 July, undated
Box   110
Folder   8
434 North Rodeo Drive, 1958 February-1960 September, undated
Box   110
Folder   9
75 East 55th Street, 1959 June-1964 November, undated
Box   110
Folder   10
Petty cash, circa 1957-1962
Box   110
Folder   11
Search for new office, 1963 March-August, undated
Box   110
Folder   12
One World Award Committee, circa 1947-1948
Box   110
Folder   13
Organizations, lists, 1951 June
Box   110
Folder   14
O'Shea, Daniel, 1944 April-1945 December
Box   111
Folder   1-2
P, General, 1945 September-1974 February, undated
Box   111
Folder   3
Parke-Bernet Galleries, 1966 June-1967 September
Box   111
Folder   4
Peace-oriented organizations, 1961 May-1962 November
Box   111
Folder   5
Peterson, Edgar, 1947 June-1948 May
Box   111
Folder   6
The Players Bulb, 1961 July-1974 January
Box   111
Folder   7
President's Commission on the Status of Women, 1963 February-March, undated
Box   111
Folder   8
Public television hearings, 1967 April
Box   111
Folder   9
Q, General, 1960 October-1971 April
Box   111
Folder   10
Questionable organizations, 1950 June-July
Box   111
Folder   11-12
R, General, 1942 June-1974 February, undated
Box   111
Folder   13
Rathvon, N. Peter, 1947 February-November
Box   111
Folder   14
Reade Wingate project, 1968 August
Box   111
Folder   15
Reilly, Walter, 1957 December-1972 May, undated
Box   112
Folder   1
Religious Heritage of America Award Luncheon, 1969-1970
Box   112
Folder   2
Richard Fulton Inc., correspondence and contracts, 1967 March-1970 August
Box   112
Folder   3
Rivkin, Allen, 1946, 1959 April-1973 September
RKO
Box   112
Folder   4
Miscellaneous, 1948 June-October
Box   112
Folder   5
Production meetings, notes and financial information, 1947 February-November
Box   112
Folder   6
Production summary, 1946
Box   112
Folder   7
Roosevelt, Eleanor, 1959-1964
Box   112
Folder   8
Roosevelt (Franklin) Memorial, 1945
Box   112
Folder   9
Rosten, Leo, 1959-1973
Box   112
Folder   10
Rust Craft Broadcasting Company, 1965
S, General
Box   112
Folder   11-14
, 1946-1970
Box   113
Folder   1-2
1971 February-1974 February, undated
Box   113
Folder   3
Salk, Erwin, 1966
Box   113
Folder   4
Salute to Israel Parade, 1969-1970
Box   113
Folder   5
Samuel, Maurice, 1963-1968, undated
Box   113
Folder   6
Samuel, Howard J., 1969-1970, undated
Box   113
Folder   7
Schary Productions Inc., 1958-1961, undated
Box   113
Folder   8
Scott, Adrian, including DS deposition, 1947-1955, undated
Box   113
Folder   9
Screen Actors Guild, circa 1952-1963
Box   113
Folder   10
Screen Directors Guild, 1955-1965, undated
Box   113
Folder   11
Screen Producers Guild, 1954-1969
Selznick, David O.
Box   113
Folder   12-13
Interoffice memoranda, 1943-1946
Box   114
Folder   1
Personal correspondence, 1944-1966
Box   114
Folder   2
Showboat Children's Theatre Center, correspondence and budgets, 1971
Box   114
Folder   3
Sidney Hillman Foundation awards, 1965-1966, undated
Box   114
Folder   4
Society of Cultural Activities and Public Affairs, 1964-1965
Box   114
Folder   5
Society of Stage Directors and Choreographers, 1964-1974
Box   114
Folder   6
Spigelgass, Leonard, 1947-1948, 1959-1973
Stevenson, Adlai
Box   114
Folder   7-8
Correspondence, 1952-1973, undated
Memorial program for 1965
Box   114
Folder   9-10
Correspondence, clippings, eulogies, and receipts, 1965-1966, undated
Box   114
Folder   11
Scripts and related material, 1965
Audio 920A
American Theatre Memorial to Adlai Stevenson, 1965 October 2
Scope and Content Note: Speech fragments and music used in producing this memorial tribute
920A/1
Part 1
Scope and Content Note: Speech fragment by Eleanor Roosevelt and fragment of a recitation of the Gettysburg Address.
920A/2
Part 2
Scope and Content Note: Aaron Copeland music.
U.S. Mss 37AN
Box   115
Folder   1
Memorial program for 1966, Script, 1966
Box   115
Folder   2
Memorial program for 1968, 1965-1966, undated
Box   115
Folder   3
Stocks, 1951-1957, undated
Box   115
Folder   4
Studio City, 1966, undated
Box   115
Folder   5
Sunrise Productions, undated
Sunrise at Campobello
920A/11
Interview, 1965 August 4
Scope and Content Note: Interview with Dore Schary regarding Sunrise at Campobello publication as a Random House play. Schary discusses both the theatrical and motion picture productions, the casting of Ralph Bellamy as Franklin D. Roosevelt, and his opinion of Eleanor Roosevelt.
U.S. Mss 37AN
Box   115
Folder   6
White House reading, correspondence and scripts, 1967
Box   116
Folder   1
Synagogue Council of America, 1959-1962
Box   116
Folder   2
T, General, 1944-1974, undated
Box   116
Folder   3
Tannenbaum, David, 1945-1957, undated
Box   116
Folder   4
Television series, 1957-1964, undated
Box   117
Folder   1
Theatre Guild, 1950-1960
Box   117
Folder   2
Thorndike-Barnhart University dictionary, 1960-1962
Box   117
Folder   3
Title registration, 1954-1967
Box   117
Folder   4
Town Hall Inc. , 1949-??
Box   117
Folder   5
Truman, Harry, 1949-1973
Box   117
Folder   6
Tuesday Evening Dialogue, 1965-1967
Box   117
Folder   7
Turner, Justin and Maurice, 1959-1972
Box   117
Folder   8
U, General, 1959-1973
Box   117
Folder   9
United Jewish Appeal regarding Israeli-Arab War, 1967
Box   117
Folder   10
United Nations Association of the United States of America, 1964-1970
Box   117
Folder   11
United Nation committee, 1959-1964, undated
Box   117
Folder   12
United World Federalists, 1959-1966
Box   117
Folder   13
University of Illinois at Urbana, 1964-1968, undated
Box   118
Folder   1
University of Illinois, Center for Advanced Study, 1968
Box   118
Folder   2
University of Judaim, 1961-1972, undated
Box   118
Folder   3
University Religion conference, correspondence and speeches, circa 1942-1945
Box   118
Folder   4
Uptown Service Committee, minutes, 1943-1944
Box   118
Folder   5
V, General, 1949-1971, undated
Box   118
Folder   6-7
W, General, 1949-1974, undated
Walter Reade Organizations Inc.
Agenda, minutes, memoranda, and reports
Box   118
Folder   8-9
, 1965-1969
Box   119
Folder   1-7
, 1969-1973
Box   120
Folder   1-3
Financial statements and reports, 1968-1972
Box   120
Folder   4
Walter Schwimmer Inc., 1966, undated
Box   120
Folder   5
Water conservation project, Correspondence and promotion spots, 1965, undated
Box   120
Folder   6
White, Jonathan and David, 1958-1974
Box   120
Folder   7-8
Wolfson, Louis E., 1943-1973, undated
Box   120
Folder   9
World Arts Foundation, 1971
Box   120
Folder   10
Writers' Congress, 1971, undated
Box   121
Folder   1
Writers Guild of America, 1959-1973
Box   121
Folder   2
Y, Z, General, 1947, 1959-1974
Subseries: Production Files
Project submissions
Correspondence
Box   122
Folder   1-7
, 1959-1964
Box   123
Folder   1-3
, 1965-1966 May
Box   124
Folder   1-4
, 1966 June-1970
Box   124
Folder   5-6
Correspondence including treatments, 1971-1974, undated
Box   124
Folder   7
Critiques, circa 1970-1971
Motion pictures
Miscellaneous film treatments
Box   125
Folder   1
By Itzhak Benzur, 1968-1969
“The Honored Ones”
“Interview with Ulysses Jr. in 1968”
“The Two of Them”
Box   125
Folder   2
By Dore Schary, 1933-1940
“Blue Moon Murder Case,” adapted, 1934 December 1
“Coming' Round the Mountain” by Vance Randolph and DS, 1933 December 5
“Oil Boom” / by DS and Roy Chanslor, 1934 August 30
“Sheila,” 1939 December 22
Act One, 1963
Box   125
Folder   3-5
Script (annotated) by DS, circa 1963 April 3
Box   125
Folder   6
Speech at Sardi party and miscellaneous, 1962-1963
American Heritage
Box   125
Folder   7
Correspondence, speech by Tom Clark, and script, 1946-1947
“Armistad” (unproduced)
Box   125
Folder   8
Treatment, 1971, undated
Bachelor and the Bobby-Soxer, 1947
Box   125
Folder   9
Clippings, preview breakdown, crewlist, 1947, undated
Box   125
Folder   10
Litigation regarding Joseph Anthony vs RKO, 1950-1954
HA 883-HA 887
Film
U.S. Mss 37AN
“The Best of Both Worlds” (unproduced)
Box   125
Folder   11
Correspondence, agreement, miscellaneous, 1969
Box   125
Folder   12
Handwritten treatment by DS, undated
Box   125
Folder   13
Typed treatment by DS, undated
Box   126
Folder   1
Treatment (annotated), 1969 June 11
Box   126
Folder   2
Treatment, circa 1969 June 13
“Bolivar the Liberator” (unproduced, originally “Simon Bolivar”)
Box   126
Folder   3
Notes, outlines, correspondence, 1936-1949
“Born Tough” (Unproduced)
Box   126
Folder   4
Story by DS, 1933 June
Boys Town, 1938
Box   126
Folder   5
Script by DS, 1938 March 30
Broadway Melody of 1939, 1937
Box   126
Folder   6
Outline by Jack MacGowan and DS, 1937 June 25
“A Certificate of Authority” (unproduced)
Box   126
Folder   7
Correspondence, circa 1971-1973
Box   126
Folder   8
Treatment by Zvi Kolitz, undated
Box   126
Folder   8
Script (annotated) for Act I and II, undated
“The Comic” (Unproduced)
Box   126
Folder   9
Legal material, 1968-1969
Box   126
Folder   10
Idea, “The Gag Factory” / by Joseph Lerner, undated
Box   126
Folder   11
Treatment, 1968 March 20
Box   126
Folder   12
Treatment with notes, 1968 May 17-28
Box   126
Folder   13
Outline and treatment, 1968 May 28-June 11
Box   126
Folder   14
Treatment (annotated), 1968 June 14
Box   126
Folder   15
Treatment (annotated) , 1968 June 14-July 1
Crossfire, 1947
Box   126
Folder   16
Correspondence, 1947
Box   126
Folder   17
Billing and budget information
Box   127
Folder   1
Audience surveys, reactions, preview cards, 1947
Box   127
Folder   2
Commentary article and correspondence, 1947
Box   127
Folder   3
Clippings, reviews, and articles, 1947-1948
“The Dead Sea Scrolls” (unproduced)
Box   127
Folder   4
Script, undated
“The Defiant Danes” (Unproduced)
Box   127
Folder   5
Correspondence and treatment by Jack Dunn Trop, 1963
“Evil Genius” (Unproduced)
Box   127
Folder   6
Correspondence, 1962-1963
The Farmer's Daughter, 1947
Box   127
Folder   7
Preview reports, correspondence, 1947
Box   127
Folder   8
Clippings and reviews, 1946-1947
“Friendship” (Unproduced)
Box   127
Folder   9
Script by Norman Panama, Melvin Frank, Don Hartman, Allen Rivkin, Armand Deutsch, 1947 October
I'll Be Seeing You, 1944
Box   127
Folder   10
Clippings and financial statements, 1945-1946, undated
Box   127
Folder   10A
Correspondence, 1944 April (working title Double Furlough)
“The Incorruptible Man”
Box   127
Folder   11
Handwritten script by DS, 1967 July 12
Box   127
Folder   12
Partial script (annotated), 1967 July 12
Box   127
Folder   13
Partial script with revisions, 1967 July 12
Box   127
Folder   14
Partial script (annotated), 1967 August 23
Box   127
Folder   15
Script, 1967 August
Box   127
Folder   16
Correspondence and revisions, 1969, undated
Box   128
Folder   1
Handwritten script by DS, 1969 January 9
Box   128
Folder   2
Typescript, 1969 February
Box   128
Folder   3
Typescript (annotated), 1969 February
Box   128
Folder   4
Mimeo script, 1969 February
Lonelyhearts, 1958
Box   128
Folder   5
Contracts, 1958
Box   128
Folder   6
Correspondence, 1958-1967, 1972
Box   128
Folder   7
Script (annotated, with photographs) by DS, circa 1958
Box   129
Folder   1
Script (annotated, “original work script of film editor”), post 1958 June 30
HA 851-HA 856
Film
U.S. Mss 37AN
“Love Affair” (Unproduced)
Box   129
Folder   2
Story by Leo McCarey and DS, 1938 July 20
Miracle of the Bells, 1948
Box   129
Folder   3
Memoranda and budget, 1947-1948
Mississippi, 1935
Box   129
Folder   4
Treatment, 1934 May 28
“The Public Must Eat” (Unproduced)
Box   129
Folder   5
Treatment by Jerry Wald and DS, 1934 April
Box   129
Folder   6
Script, 1936 February 13
“Red, White and Blue” (Unproduced)
Box   129
Folder   7
Story by Harold Hecht and DS, undated
“Sarah Bernhardt” (Unproduced)
Box   129
Folder   8
Correspondence, 1971
“The Sentries” (Unproduced)
Box   129
Folder   9
Handwritten script, before 1967 February 9
Box   129
Folder   10-12
Three typescripts, 1967 February 9
The Spiral Staircase, 1946
Box   129
Folder   13
Reviews and financial statements, 1945-1946
Sunrise at Campobello (WB, 1960)
Box   129
Folder   14
Correspondence, 1957-1960
Box   129
Folder   15
Estimating production budgets, 1960
Box   129
Folder   16
Legal material, 1959-1960
Box   130
Folder   1
Staff and cast lists, 1960, undated
Box   130
Folder   2
Financial records, 1960
Box   130
Folder   3
Miscellaneous, 1960
Box   130
Folder   4
Outline, undated
Box   130
Folder   5
Estimating script, 1959 December 11
Box   130
Folder   6
Final shooting script (annotated, with wardrobe plots), circa 1960 April ll
Box   130
Folder   7
Transcripts of reels 1-15, 1960
Sunset Boulevard, 1950
Box   130
Folder   8
Correspondence and song lyrics, 1949
Til the End of Time, 1946
Box   130
Folder   9
Clippings and preview reports, 1945-1946
FF 053-FF 055
Film
U.S. Mss 37AN
“Time and Again” (Unproduced)
Box   130
Folder   10
Correspondence, agreement, continuity notes, 1971-1972
“The Truth Seeker” (Unproduced)
Box   130
Folder   11
Correspondence, 1971-1972
The Unsinkable Molly Brown, 1964
Box   130
Folder   12
Financial data, 1971
“Why Send Your Son to College?” (Unproduced)
Box   130
Folder   13
Correspondence and contracts, 1969-1970
Box   130
Folder   14
Idea “Joy” / by David Hardy, undated
“Yankee Clipper” (Unproduced)
Box   130
Folder   15
Story by DS, 1957 February 14
Radio
The Eternal Light
Box   131
Folder   1
Catalog, undated
The Fight for Human Rights (KFWB)
Box   131
Folder   2
Script, 1950 January
The Jimmy Durante Show
Box   131
Folder   3
Twenty-two scripts and script fragments by DS and Don Hartman, 1934
Lincoln and the Theatre
Box   131
Folder   4
Correspondence, writings, miscellaneous, and speech by David Mearns, 1957, 1959
Television
“Bannion and Company” (Unproduced)
Box   132
Folder   1
Outline and questions, 1964, undated
Busing: Some Voices from the South (NET)
Box   132
Folder   2
Script by Paul Altmeyer, circa 1972
Caucus (WCAU-TV)
Box   132
Folder   3
Correspondence, 1960
Civil War Series (Unproduced)
Box   132
Folder   4-5
Correspondence and miscellaneous, 1958-1961
Box   132
Folder   6
Writers correspondence and miscellaneous, circa 1959-1960
Box   132
Folder   7
Legal materials, 1958-1960
Box   132
Folder   8
Civil War Centennial miscellaneous, 1958-1959
Box   132
Folder   9
Proposal, circa 1960-1961
Box   132
Folder   10
Reading list, undated
Box   132
Folder   11
Research, 1958-1961, undated
Box   132
Folder   12
Songs
Box   132
Folder   13
Background research summary, undated
Scripts and treatments
Box   132
Folder   14
“The Call to Arms” / treatment by Joseph Schrank, 1959 October 31
Box   132
Folder   15
“The Battery” / treatment by Irving Gaynor Neiman, 1959 October 31
Box   132
Folder   16
“The Battle of Bull Run” / treatment by Abram S. Ginnes, 1959 October 31
Box   133
Folder   1
“The Vortex” / treatment by Alfred Brenner
CBS Reports
“The Selling of the Pentagon”
Box   133
Folder   2
Transcript, correspondence, miscellaneous, 1971
[Commercial: Robert Kennedy TV spot]
Box   133
Folder   3
Draft and research material, 1964
Directions '62
Note: See also Biographical material, Interviews
“A Jewish Perspective”
Box   133
Folder   4
Correspondence and transcript, 1962-1963
Elliot Norton Program (WGBH-TV)
Box   133
Folder   5
Correspondence and transcript, 1959
The Eternal Light
Box   133
Folder   6
Catalog and lists, undated
Ford Startime
“Well, What About You?”
Box   133
Folder   7
Correspondence, 1960, 1968
Box   133
Folder   8
Financial information, 1960
Box   133
Folder   9
Outline and script “Where Are You” / by Leonard Spigelgass, undated
Box   133
Folder   10
Script (annotated) by DS, circa 1960 March 17
Box   133
Folder   10
Script, 1960 April 22
“Grand Deception” (Unproduced)
Box   133
Folder   11
Correspondence, 1960
Box   133
Folder   12
Series description and book reviews, undated
Box   133
Folder   13
Story ideas, undated
“Murphy and Sons” (Unproduced)
Box   133
Folder   14
Correspondence, 1972
Box   133
Folder   15
Handwritten script by DS, undated
Box   133
Folder   16
Typescript (annotated) by DS, undated
“The Name of the Game” (Unproduced)
Box   133
Folder   17
Treatment by DS (idea by Jill Schary), 1967 January 4
“Outline of History” (Unproduced)
Box   133
Folder   18
Correspondence and notes, 1963
The Peculiar Institution
Box   134
Folder   1
“The Drinking Gourd” / script by Lorraine Hansberry, 1959 September
“Pericles and Aspasia” (Unproduced)
Box   134
Folder   2
Correspondence and research, circa 1961 July
Public Hearing (WCBS-TV)
Box   134
Folder   3
“President Nixon and the Jewish Vote,” Correspondence and transcript, 1972
The Sound of the Sixties
Box   134
Folder   4
Script, undated
Box   134
Folder   5
Recording script, undated
“The Story of the Jewish People” (Unproduced)
Box   134
Folder   6
Outline and proposal, 1973
Sunrise at Campobello
DD 358-DD 359
Documentation regarding staging of the play aired on NBC Kaleidoscope: “Blueprint for Biography,” 1959
U.S. Mss 37AN
Today
Box   134
Folder   7
Transcript of excerpt, 1969 June 30
Tonight
Box   134
Folder   8
Contract, 1963 April
Truman (Harry) Diamond Jubilee (closed circuit TV)
Box   134
Folder   9
Correspondence, outline, and miscellaneous, 1959
Box   134
Folder   10
Scripts, 1959 April
“Undergraduate” (Unproduced)
Box   134
Folder   11
Ideas and treatments, 1966-1967
General
Box   135
Folder   1
Budget, miscellaneous, 1963 January, undated
Correspondence
Box   135
Folder   2
regarding unproduced productions, 1969, undated
Box   135
Folder   3
regarding résumés and applications, 1959-1960, undated
Box   135
Folder   4
Lists, 1959-1964, undated
Theater
And All Those People
Box   135
Folder   5
Correspondence and miscellaneous, 1960-1961, undated
Banderol, 1962
Box   135
Folder   6
Clippings, reviews, publicity and playbills, 1962
Box   135
Folder   7
Correspondence regarding casting and sets, 1962-1964, undated
Box   135
Folder   8
Correspondence and miscellaneous, 1962, undated
Box   135
Folder   9
Notes, circa 1962
Box   135
Folder   10
Speech for New York City, 1965
Box   135
Folder   11
Original story, “The Big Desk,” undated
Box   135
Folder   12
Draft script by DS, circa 1962
Box   135
Folder   13
Draft script by DS, circa 1962
Box   135
Folder   14
Typed script by DS, circa 1962
Box   136
Folder   1
Script by DS, 1962 April 18
Box   136
Folder   2
Script by DS, 1962 August 1
Box   136
Folder   3
Final rehearsal script by DS, 1962 August 20
Box   136
Folder   4
Final script by DS, 1962 August 20
Box   136
Folder   5
Final rehearsal script by DS, 1962 August 20
Box   136
Folder   6
Script fragments, circa 1962
“Born a Sucker” (Unproduced)
Box   136
Folder   7
Script, “Phoney” and “There's a Sucker” / by DS, 1930
“Bragen the Bold” (Unproduced)
Box   136
Folder   8
Treatments, 1967 May 18
Brightower, (1970)
Box   136
Folder   9
Casting notes, lists, letters, and schedule, 1967-1970
Box   136
Folder   10
Design sketches by Tom Munn, circa 1969 June 14
Box   136
Folder   11
Financial information, contracts, investors, 1969-1970
Box   137
Folder   1
Correspondence, general, 1967-1970
Box   137
Folder   2
Guest list for opening, 1969-1970, undated
Box   137
Folder   3
Miscellaneous including script records, appointments, and playbill, 1967-1970
Box   137
Folder   4
Notes,“The Legend,” circa 1965-1970, undated
Box   137
Folder   5
Research,“The Legend,” 1965-1967
Box   137
Folder   6
Staff lists, undated
Box   137
Folder   7
Stage manager's production diary, 1969-1970
Box   137
Folder   8
Original story,“The Legend,” 1966 January 7
Box   137
Folder   9
Outline, summary, “The Legend” and “Public Figure-Private Life,” 1965-1967, undated
Box   137
Folder   10
Drafts for individual scenes, outlines, “The Inquiry” / by Samuel Gates (pseudonym), 1967
Box   137
Folder   11
Scripts (annotated) of individual acts,“The Inquiry” / by Samuel Gates, undated
Box   137
Folder   12
Script (annotated), Scene One,“The Inquiry” / by Samuel Gates, undated
Box   137
Folder   13
Script by Samuel Gates, after 1967 April 6
Box   137
Folder   14
Script (annotated), undated
Box   138
Folder   1
Script (annotated), undated
Box   138
Folder   2
Script (annotated), 1967 February 14
Box   138
Folder   3
Script, undated
Box   138
Folder   4
Script (annotated) and notes, circa 1969 June 23
Box   138
Folder   5
Script (annotated), undated
Box   138
Folder   6
Script (annotated), undated
Box   138
Folder   7
Script (annotated) , circa 1970 January 2
Box   138
Folder   8
Script, incomplete, undated
Box   139
Folder   1
Script, undated
Box   139
Folder   2
Revised pages,“The Inquiry,” 1967 March-April, undated
Box   139
Folder   3
Revised pages and outlines, 1969 August-1970 January
Box   139
Folder   4
Revised pages (annotated), undated
Box   139
Folder   5
Revised pages, undated
Broadway Answers Selma, 1965
Box   139
Folder   6
Correspondence, 1965
“Cracker Money” (Unproduced)
Box   139
Folder   7
Correspondence and miscellaneous, 1966, undated
Box   139
Folder   8
Script by Steven Gethers, undated
The Deputy, 1964
Box   139
Folder   9
Correspondence, bulletins, and clippings, 1963-1964
The Devil's Advocate, 1961
Box   139
Folder   10
Legal material, 1959-1961
Box   139
Folder   11
Miscellaneous, 1959-1961
Box   139
Folder   12
Negotiations for French production, 1973
Box   139
Folder   13
Outline by Morris L. West, circa 1959 December 17
Box   139
Folder   14
Reviews, 1961, undated
Box   139A
Folder   1
Script by DS, 1960 November 23
Box   139A
Folder   2
Script by DS, 1961 April 6
Box   139A
Folder   3
Final script and playbill, 1961
Box   140
Folder   1
Script, Spanish version, undated
“Diamond Orchid” (Unproduced)
Box   140
Folder   2
Correspondence and miscellaneous, 1963-1964
Box   140
Folder   3
Script by Jerome Lawrence and Robert E. Lee, 1964 February 4
Box   140
Folder   4
Script fragments, circa 1963-1964
“Fatty” (Unproduced)
Box   140
Folder   5
Correspondence, 1963-1965
Box   140
Folder   6
Script by Harry Essex, undated
“The Feather Peddlers” (Unproduced)
Box   140
Folder   7
Correspondence and miscellaneous, 1966-1967
Box   140
Folder   8
Script by Jefferson Baylay, undated
“The Flying Mare”(Unproduced)
Box   140
Folder   9
Script by Donald Sherry and Oscar Selin, undated
“The Glory Road” (Unproduced)
Box   140
Folder   10
Treatment by Bruce Catton and Philip Minis and correspondence, 1961, undated
“The Hero and the Whole World” (Unproduced)
Box   140
Folder   11
Correspondence and miscellaneous, 1965-1966, undated
Box   141
Folder   1
Script by Mac Benoff, undated
The Highest Tree, 1959
Box   141
Folder   2
Correspondence, 1959-1960, undated
Box   141
Folder   3
Legal material, 1959-1960
Box   141
Folder   4
Speech for opening night, 1959
Box   141
Folder   5
Radio reviews, 1959
920A/5
Recorded radio reviews and interview, 1959 November 4-5
Scope and Content Note: Radio reviews of this Dore Schary Broadway production including those by The Griffens (WBAI-FM), John Wingate (WOR), Ken Banghart (NBC), and Jim McKay (CBS), plus an interview with Schary.
U.S. Mss 37AN
Box   141
Folder   6
Script by DS, 1959 May 20
Box   141
Folder   7
Script by DS, including notes, plots, and lists, 1959 August 21
Box   141
Folder   8-10
Script by DS, undated
Box   142
Folder   1
Final published script, 1961
“Home Sweet Home” (Unproduced, See also “Wrong Way Light Bulb”)
Box   142
Folder   2
Script by Leonard Spigelgass, undated
Hyphen
Box   142
Folder   3
Correspondence and legal material, 1966
Box   142
Folder   4
Script by Norman Corwin, circa 1966
“Inka Dinka Doo” (Unproduced)
Box   142
Folder   5
Casting and technician's résumés, 1971-1972, undated
Box   142
Folder   6
Correspondence, 1971-1972
Box   142
Folder   7
Miscellaneous, circa 1971
Box   142
Folder   8
Script, draft fragment, undated
Box   142
Folder   9
Script (annotated), undated
“Interloper” (Unproduced)
Box   142
Folder   10
Correspondence and miscellaneous, 1966-1967, undated
Box   142
Folder   11
Script by Philippe Heriate, circa 1967 January
Box   143
Folder   1
Script with revisions, undated
Box   143
Folder   2
Script fragments, undated
A Joyful Noise, 1966
Box   143
Folder   3
Audition materials, 1966
Box   143
Folder   4
Cast and crew lists, 1966, undated
Box   143
Folder   5
Correspondence, 1966-1967
Box   143
Folder   6
Director's notes, 1966
Box   143
Folder   7
Miscellaneous, including reviews, 1966, undated
Box   143
Folder   8
Script by Edward Pedula, 1966 March
Box   143
Folder   9
Revised script, 1966 August 17-circa September 2
Box   143
Folder   10
Incomplete script (annotated), 1966 August 22-31
Box   143
Folder   11
Revised lyrics, 1966 August-November, undated
Box   143
Folder   12
Incomplete script (annotated), 1966 October-December
Box   143
Folder   13
Script fragments, 1966 October-December
Box   143
Folder   14
Revised pages and scenes, 1966 October, undated
Box   143
Folder   15
Revised pages and scenes, 1966 November-December
“The Knight and the Lady” (Unproduced)
Box   143
Folder   16
Two scripts, undated
“Let's Get Organized” (Unproduced)
Box   144
Folder   1
Script “Gentlemen of Distinction” / by DS and David Boehm, undated
“Look Away, Look Away” (Unproduced)
Box   144
Folder   2
Correspondence and miscellaneous, 1965-1966, undated
Box   144
Folder   3
Script “Runthrough,” 1964 December 14-28
Box   144
Folder   4
Script “Runthrough” / by Harry Codes (pseudonym), 1964 December 14-30
Box   144
Folder   5
Script, “Magnolia Jungle” / by Samuel Gates (pseudonym), 1965 February 1
Box   144
Folder   6
Script “Magnolia Jungle” / by J. Gates, circa 1965
Box   144
Folder   7-8
Two scripts by Samuel Gates, 1965 February 1
Box   144
Folder   9
Script fragments, “Magnolia Jungle,” circa 1965
Love and Kisses, 1963
Box   144
Folder   10
Playbill, budget, and lighting plot, 1963, undated
Box   144
Folder   11
Script by A. R. Block, 1963 October 10
“The Madness of God” (Unproduced)
Box   144
Folder   12
Correspondence and proposed budget, 1967-1968
A Majority of One, 1959
Box   144
Folder   13
Radio reviews and clipping, circa 1959 February
Box   144
Folder   14
Script by Leonard Spigelgass, undated
“Man of Ideas” (Unproduced)
Box   145
Folder   1
Script by DS, undated
[Mark Twain Musical] (Unproduced)
Box   145
Folder   2
Correspondence and legal material, 1968-1969
Box   145
Folder   3
Music by Kurt Weill, Maxwell Anderson and A. L. Levinson, 1969, undated
One by One, undated
Box   145
Folder   4
Casting file including correspondence and contracts, 1964
Box   145
Folder   5
Contracts, 1964
Correspondence
Box   145
Folder   6-9
Business, 1964-1966, undated
Box   145
Folder   10
Personal, 1964-1973
Box   145
Folder   11
Director's notes, 1964 November
Box   145
Folder   12
Expenses, 1964-1965, undated
Box   146
Folder   1-2
Journal, “Case History of a Play,” 1964 June-November
Box   146
Folder   3
Journal, with notes, circa 1964 November
Box   146
Folder   4
Ledger, 1964
Box   146
Folder   5
Production costs, box office statements, and accountant's report, 1964
Box   146
Folder   6
Reviews, 1964
Box   200
Folder   3
Set design and plans, 1964
Box   146
Folder   7
Scenes, notes, research “Two by Two,” 1964
Box   146
Folder   8
Script, “Two by Two,” circa 1964 March
Box   146
Folder   9
Script, first draft by DS, undated
Box   146
Folder   10
Script by DS, circa 1964 April 4-25
Box   147
Folder   1
Script by DS, annotated and fragments, circa 1964 April-May
Box   147
Folder   2
Rehearsal script, Act I, Scene 1 by DS, 1964 June 15
Box   147
Folder   3
Rehearsal script, 1964 June 15
Box   147
Folder   4
Script by DS, 1964 December 1
Box   147
Folder   5
Partial script, undated
“One Every Minute” (Unproduced)
Box   147
Folder   6
Script by DS, undated
“The Play Girls” (Unproduced)
Box   147
Folder   7
Correspondence and legal material, 1966-1967
Box   147
Folder   8
Script by Leonard Spigelgass, undated
“The Prosecutor” (Unproduced)
Box   147
Folder   9
Script and miscellaneous by Ronald Alexander and Bernard Botein, circa 1958-1959
“Room in Paris” (Unproduced)
Box   147
Folder   10
Correspondence, miscellaneous, and sheet music, 1966
Box   147
Folder   11
Script by Peggy Mann, undated
“Secret of the World” (Unproduced)
Box   147
Folder   12
Casting material, 1964-1967, undated
Box   147
Folder   13
Clippings, 1962-1966
Box   147
Folder   14
Correspondence, 1966-1967, undated
Box   148
Folder   1
Financial information and legal material, 1966-1967
Box   148
Folder   2
Technical applications, 1964-1966
Box   148
Folder   3
Script by Ted Allen, undated
Sentimental Journey
Box   148
Folder   4
Scripts, partial, 1957 September 12, undated
Box   148
Folder   5
Scripts, edited including published version, 1957 September 12, undated
Box   148
Folder   5a
Correspondence and miscellaneous, 1957-1961
Something About a Soldier, 1962
Box   200
Folder   4
Set designs by William Pitkin, undated
Box   148
Folder   6
Speech for opening night, 1962 January 4
Box   148
Folder   7
Script, revised, by Ernest Kinoy, 1961 September 15
Box   148
Folder   8
Script by Ernest Kinoy, circa 1961
Box   148
Folder   9
Script by Ernest Kinoy, published, 1962
“Sue as in Susannah” (Unproduced)
Box   148A
Folder   1
Treatments “Susannah Pronounced Sue” and “The Single Girl,” 1965 April
Sunrise at Campobello, 1958
Box   148A
Folder   2-3
Correspondence, 1959-1973, undated
Box   148A
Folder   4
Financial information, 1959-1960
Box   148A
Folder   5
Legal material, 1956-1962
Box   148A
Folder   6
Miscellaneous, 1958-1959, undated
Box   148A
Folder   7
Publicity pamphlet, undated
Box   149
Folder   1
Script, by DS, 1957 November 20
Box   149
Folder   2
Script (annotated with electricians' sheet), 1958 March
Box   149
Folder   3
Script (bound with photographs), 1958 March
Box   149
Folder   4
Script, published, 1961
Sunrise at Campobello, 1969
Box   149
Folder   5
Correspondence, budget, and casting, 1969, undated
“Swastika” (Unproduced)
Box   149
Folder   6
Outline by Samuel Gates (Pseudonym), undated
Too Many Heroes, 1937
Box   149
Folder   7
Plot outlines “Mob” and “Violence,” 1934 April 10, undated
Box   149
Folder   8
Revision plan “Violence,” undated
Box   149
Folder   9
Script “Violence,” 1934 September
Box   149
Folder   10
Script “Violence” (annotated), undated
Box   149
Folder   11
Script, annotated including playbills, 1937 October 14
Box   149
Folder   12
Scrapbook, 1937
Box   149A
Folder   1
Script,“ Violence,” undated
Triple Play, 1959
Box   149A
Folder   2
Correspondence and financial information, 1959
The Unsinkable Molly Brown, 1960
Box   149A
Folder   3
Contract, 1960
Box   149A
Folder   4
Financial correspondence, 1964-1970
Box   149A
Folder   5
Miscellaneous, circa 1960
Box   149A
Folder   6
Set designs, undated
Box   149A
Folder   7
Musical score for Act I
Box   150
Folder   1
Musical score for other acts, undated
Box   150
Folder   2
Speech by Dore Schary, 1960 November 3
Box   150
Folder   3
Story by Caroline Bancroft, 1956
Box   150
Folder   4
Script by Richard Morris, undated
Box   150
Folder   5
Script (bound, annotated, photographs), 1960 November 3
Untitled scripts
Box   150
Folder   6
Fragments, 1965 May 13
Box   150
Folder   6
Fragment, identified as Moss Hart script, undated
“Up Spoke the Captain” (Unproduced)
Box   150
Folder   7
Script by DS and Don Hartman, circa 1932 November 10
Voices of Freedom
Box   150
Folder   8
Transcript and cover letter, 1963 April
“Wrong Way Light Bulb” (Unproduced)
Box   150
Folder   9
Script by Leonard Spigelgass, undated
“You-Hoo! Are You There, Mrs. Goldberg?” (Unproduced)
Box   150
Folder   10
Correspondence, 1970
“You and Your Son at Yale” (Unproduced)
Box   150
Folder   11
Correspondence and circulars, 1963-1964
Zulu and the Zayda
Box   150
Folder   12
Advertising and publicity, 1965, undated
Box   150
Folder   13
Cast and staff lists, rehearsal schedules, undated
Box   150
Folder   14
Casting file, 1965, undated
Box   151
Folder   1-2
Correspondence, 1964-1969
Box   151
Folder   3
Financial information, 1965-1968
Box   151
Folder   4
Legal material, 1964-1967, undated
Box   151
Folder   5
Letter to cast, 1965
Box   151
Folder   6
Music and lyrics, 1965, undated
Box   151
Folder   7
Notes, 1965
WCFTR Poster File
Poster
U.S. Mss 37AN
Box   151
Folder   8
Reviews, 1965, undated
Box   151
Folder   9
Set designs and floor plans by William and Jean Eckart, undated
Box   151
Folder   10
Requests for tickets, 1965-1966
Box   151
Folder   11
Script by Felix Leon and Howard Da Silva, undated
Box   151
Folder   12
Script by Leon and Da Silva, 1965 March 18
Box   152
Folder   1
Script by Leon and Da Silva, 1965 March 18
Box   152
Folder   2
Rehearsal script by Leon and Da Silva, 1965 July 22
Box   152
Folder   3
Script by Leon and Da Silva, 1965 November 9
Box   152
Folder   4
Rewrites, undated
U.S. Mss 37AN/Micro 1062
Subseries: Anti-Defamation League Files
General File
Box/Folder   153/1
Reel/Frame   1/1
A, General, 1963-1970, undated
Box/Folder   153/2
Reel/Frame   1/84
African American Teachers Forum, 1967-1968, undated
Box/Folder   153/3
Reel/Frame   1/92
American Council for Judaism, 1968-1969, undated
Box/Folder   153/4
Reel/Frame   1/119
American President Lines, 1965-1966
Box/Folder   153/5
Reel/Frame   1/135
AT&T, 1965-1966
Annual Meetings
50th, 1963
Box/Folder   153/6
Reel/Frame   1/153
Congratulations on election as national chair, 1963
Box/Folder   153/7
Reel/Frame   1/214
Agenda, correspondence, policy, and fact sheets, 1963
Box/Folder   153/7
Reel/Frame   1/214
Celebration
Box/Folder   153/8
Reel/Frame   1/261
Correspondence, 1961-1963
Box/Folder   153/9
Reel/Frame   1/312
Lists, agenda, and miscellaneous, 1962-1963
Box/Folder   153/10
Reel/Frame   1/388
Script, Dinner with the President, 1963
Box/Folder   153/11
Reel/Frame   1/433
56th, including material regarding Schary's term as chair, 1969
Box/Folder   153/12
Reel/Frame   1/530
60th, 1973
Anti-Semitism
Box/Folder   153/13
Reel/Frame   1/554-641
General, including a report by the University of California Studies, 1961-1965
Box/Folder   153/14
Reel/Frame   1/642-734
New York City school system, including memorandum regarding black anti-Semitism, 1968 March-1969 February
Box/Folder   153/15
Reel/Frame   1/735-746
Arab boycott, 1966 November-December
Box/Folder   153/16
Reel/Frame   1/747-767
Argentina, 1966 December, 1971 April
Box/Folder   153/17
Reel/Frame   1/768-836
B, General, 1962 March-1970 January, 1974 January
Beth, Nat, see Publicity
Black-Jewish relationships
Box/Folder   153/18
Reel/Frame   1/837-945
Correspondence, 1964 April-1969 July
Box/Folder   153/19
Reel/Frame   2/1-135
Memoranda and statements, 1957 December-1969 January
Box/Folder   154/1
Reel/Frame   2/136-159
Black Panthers, 1970 February-December
B'Nai B'rith
Box/Folder   154/2-3
Reel/Frame   2/160-285
General correspondence, 1959 July-1972 November, undated
Box/Folder   154/4
Reel/Frame   2/286-423
Proposed budgets for 1969, 1969 October-November
Box/Folder   154/5
Reel/Frame   2/424-551
Board of Governors Meeting (1970 January 17-19), 1970
125th Birthday Celebration
Box/Folder   154/6
Reel/Frame   2/552-634
Correspondence, circa 1968 February-1969 February
Box/Folder   154/7
Reel/Frame   2/635-685
Financial materials, notes, and miscellaneous, circa 1968-1969
Box/Folder   154/8
Reel/Frame   2/686-730
Related scripts, “Steps to Freedom” and “Paratroopers and Butterflys,” 1968
“Millions of Voices”
Box/Folder   154/9
Reel/Frame   2/731-776
2 Scripts, by Alvin Boretz, 1968 November 22
Box/Folder   154/10
Reel/Frame   2/777-884
Master script, undated
Box/Folder   154/11
Reel/Frame   2/885-948
Administrative Committee Meeting, 1963
Box/Folder   154/12
Reel/Frame   3/1-12
Interfaith Awards, Sixteenth Annual, 1964 May
International Council
Correspondence, reports, and miscellaneous
Box/Folder   154/13
Reel/Frame   3/13-210
, 1967 June-1968
Box/Folder   155/1-2
Reel/Frame   3/211-658
1969-1971 February, undated
Box/Folder   155/3
Reel/Frame   3/659-709
Poland, 1968 March-April
Box/Folder   155/4
Reel/Frame   3/710-748
Lodges and Chapters, miscellaneous, 1964 May-1970 January, undated
B'Nai B'rith Women
Box/Folder   155/5
Reel/Frame   3/749-770
General correspondence, 1963 May-1968 May, undated
Box/Folder   155/6
Reel/Frame   3/771-780
District #3, Homowack Lodge, convention, 1967 November-1968 April
Box/Folder   155/7
Reel/Frame   3/781-794
B'Nai B'rith Youth Organization, correspondence and screen treatment, 1965 February-1966 August
Box/Folder   155/8
Reel/Frame   3/795-810
Boggs, Hale, regarding posthumous Torch of Liberty Award (1973 December 9), 1973
Box/Folder   155/9
Reel/Frame   3/811-822
Botein Commission, Special Committee on Racial and Religious Prejudice, statement, undated
Box/Folder   155/10
Reel/Frame   3/823-835
Budget Committee, 1968 May
Box/Folder   155/11
Reel/Frame   3/836-841
Butler, Thomas C., dinner, Newark, New Jersey (1970 November 18), 1970 November
Box/Folder   155/12
Reel/Frame   3/842-871
Bylaws, revisions, 1968 March
Box/Folder   155/13
Reel/Frame   3/872-938
C, General, 1959 November-1970 February, undated
Box/Folder   155/14
Reel/Frame   4/1-53
Catholic-Jewish relations, correspondence, speeches and miscellaneous, 1966 October-1968 December, undated
Box/Folder   155/15
Reel/Frame   4/54-64
Chairman's Committee, 1967 September
Chairman's Newsletter
Box/Folder   155/16
Reel/Frame   4/65-155
Bulletins and correspondence, 1964 March-circa 1969 December
Box/Folder   155/17-18
Reel/Frame   4/156-197
Draft articles, 1964, 1966
Box/Folder   155/19
Reel/Frame   4/198-217
Christian Crusade against Communism, report and newsletter, 1961-1962
Box/Folder   155/20
Reel/Frame   4/218-229
Church and state relations, 1966 August-1967 April, undated
Box/Folder   155/21
Reel/Frame   4/230-234
Church Plan Commission, 1969 March, undated
Box/Folder   155/22
Reel/Frame   4/235-276
Coca-Cola Company, 1966 March-1967 May
Box/Folder   155/23
Reel/Frame   4/277-366
Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations, 1967 January-1970 May, undated
Box/Folder   155/24
Reel/Frame   4/367-392
Confessions of Nat Turner, 1978 January-November
Box/Folder   156/1
Reel/Frame   4/393-594
Confidential, correspondence and miscellaneous, 1962 August-1966 August, undated
Box/Folder   156/2
Reel/Frame   4/595-600
Congress of Racial Equality-Brooklyn, 1967 August
Box/Folder   156/3
Reel/Frame   4/601-608
Congressional Records, 1967 November
Correspondence
Box/Folder   156/4
Reel/Frame   4/609-805
Drafts, 1960 December-1969 December
General, 1948 March-1949 October, 1960-1972 May
Box/Folder   156/5-6
Reel/Frame   4/806-943
1948-1949, 1960-1972 May
Box/Folder   156/7-9
Reel/Frame   5/1-512
1948-1949, 1960-1972 May
Box/Folder   157/1-3
Reel/Frame   5/513-924
, 1972 May-1973 December
Box/Folder   157/4
Reel/Frame   6/1-56
regarding Prayer in public schools, 1964
Box/Folder   157/5
Reel/Frame   6/57-118
Crank Mail, 1968-1973
Box/Folder   157/6
Reel/Frame   6/119-155
D, General, 1955 September-1971 July
Box/Folder   157/7
Reel/Frame   6/156-189
Dalsimer, Sam, correspondence and obituaries, 1969 April-November
Box/Folder   157/8
Reel/Frame   6/190-197
DiFalco, S. Samuel regarding dinner for the Benjamin N. Cardoza Award (1970 May 4), 1970
Box/Folder   157/9
Reel/Frame   6/198-207
E, General, 1963 March-1969 August
Box/Folder   157/10
Reel/Frame   6/208-214
Employment of Minorities Reports, 1968 January-June
Epstein, Ben
Box/Folder   157/11-12
Reel/Frame   6/215-622
Correspondence, reports, and miscellaneous, including speeches and introductions for Chaplain's Dinner, 1955, 1962 June 11, 1954 July-1972 June, undated
Box/Folder   157/13
Reel/Frame   6/623-699
Tribute, 1972 March-April
Box/Folder   157/14
Reel/Frame   6/700-713
Executive salary information, circa 1964-1966
Box/Folder   158/1
Reel/Frame   6/714-780
F, General, 1962 December-1971 March
Box/Folder   158/2
Reel/Frame   6/781-936
Financial reports and budgets, 1961 December-1969
Box/Folder   158/3-5
Reel/Frame   7/1-477
Financial reports and budgets, 1961 December-1969
Box/Folder   158/6
Reel/Frame   7/478-480
Ford Motor Company, 1966 November
Box/Folder   158/7
Reel/Frame   7/481-674
Forster, Arnold, 1961 October-1970, undated
Box/Folder   158/8
Reel/Frame   7/675-741
Fund-raising Committee, 1963 May
Box/Folder   159/1
Reel/Frame   7/742-918
Fund-raising and contributions, correspondence, statements, and presentation, 1963 October-1966 September
Box/Folder   159/2
Reel/Frame   7/919-997
G, General, 1960 January-1969 December
Box/Folder   159/3
Reel/Frame   8/1-3
General Motors, 1966 November
Box/Folder   159/4
Reel/Frame   8/4-7
Goldberg, Arthur, regarding dinner (1966 January 30), 1966 January
Box/Folder   159/5
Reel/Frame   8/8-22
Golden, Harry, including speech, 1965 February
Box/Folder   159/6
Reel/Frame   8/23-45
Goldwater, Barry, correspondence and reports, 1964 July-August, undated
Box/Folder   159/7
Reel/Frame   8/46-73
H, General, 1963 May-1969 October
Box/Folder   159/8
Reel/Frame   8/74-103
Hatchett, John F., controversy, 1967 November-1968 November
Box/Folder   159/9
Reel/Frame   8/104-122
Hillel Foundations, 1961 September-1966 December
Box/Folder   159/10
Reel/Frame   8/123-127
Housing, news release, undated
Box/Folder   159/11
Reel/Frame   8/128-130
Hoving, Thomas, controversy, news releases, 1969 January
Box/Folder   159/12
Reel/Frame   8/131-163
I, General, 1963 August-1969 October
Box/Folder   159/13
Reel/Frame   8/164-240
Institute for American Democracy, correspondence, statements, and pamphlet, 1967 July-1970 January
Box/Folder   159/14
Reel/Frame   8/241-272
Israel, bulletins, clippings, Theodore Sorenson speech, 1969 April
Box/Folder   159/15
Reel/Frame   8/273-505
Italian controversy regarding American-Italian Anti-Defamation League, 1966 November-1968 April
Box/Folder   159/16
Reel/Frame   8/506-541
J, General, correspondence, speech transcript, and clippings, 1963 April-1969 October, undated
Box/Folder   159/17
Reel/Frame   8/542-587
Jesus Christ Superstar, study guide, 1973 September
Box/Folder   159/18
Reel/Frame   8/588-598
Jewish businesses, regarding merchants in Detroit riot area, report, 1968 January
Box/Folder   159/19
Reel/Frame   8/599-609
Jewish Defense League, 1968 August-1969 November
Box/Folder   159/20
Reel/Frame   8/610-625
Jewish underground in World War II, 1967
Box/Folder   159/21
Reel/Frame   8/626-639
The Joe Pyne Show, 1967 May-June
Box/Folder   159/22-23
Reel/Frame   8/640-900
John Birch Society, correspondence, articles, reports, circa 1961, 1966-1967
Box/Folder   160/1
Reel/Frame   8/901-1079
Jordan Pavilion, 1960 May-1964 May, undated
Box/Folder   160/2
Reel/Frame   9/1-64
K, General, 1963 April-1970 December
Box/Folder   160/3
Reel/Frame   9/65-77
Katz, Label, president of B'Nai B'rith, 1961 October-1965 September
Box/Folder   160/4
Reel/Frame   9/78-99
Kaufman, Jay, executive vice-president of B'Nai B'rith, including speech, 1969 February-1970 February
Box/Folder   160/5
Reel/Frame   9/100-136
Klutznick, Philip, regarding Germany, correspondence and reports, 1969 June-August
Box/Folder   160/6
Reel/Frame   9/137-218
Ku Klux Klan, including a transcript of CBS Reports, “Ku Klux Klan: The Invisible Empire” (1965 September 21), 1964 March-1970 February, undated
Box/Folder   160/7
Reel/Frame   9/219-287
L, General, including a transcript of Meet the Press with guest Welch, 1961 December-1970 January
Box/Folder   160/8
Reel/Frame   9/288-436
Large City Budgeting Conference, 1963 February-1969 November
Box/Folder   160/9
Reel/Frame   9/437-517
Latin America, 1968 April-1969 October
Box/Folder   160/10
Reel/Frame   9/518-574
Lederer, Richard M., Jr., treasurer, 1968 May-1970 April
Box/Folder   160/11
Reel/Frame   9/575-628
Letter of Conscience regarding Soviet Jewry, petition, undated
Box/Folder   160/12
Reel/Frame   9/629-639
Look magazine, 1966 January
Box/Folder   160/13
Reel/Frame   9/640-750
M, General, 1962 November-1969 May, undated
Box/Folder   161/1
Reel/Frame   9/751-963
McGovern, George, campaign, correspondence, speeches, and pamphlets, circa 1972
Middle East
Box/Folder   161/2-3
Reel/Frame   10/1-311
General, circa 1967-1970
Box/Folder   161/4
Reel/Frame   10/312-325
Mideast Misunderstands, 1967 August-September
Box/Folder   161/5
Reel/Frame   10/326-335
A Conversation with the President (1970 July 1), partial transcript
Box/Folder   161/6
Reel/Frame   10/336-346
Miller, Alex, 1968 January-1969 March
Box/Folder   161/7
Reel/Frame   10/347-383
Miscellaneous, circa 1966, undated
Box/Folder   161/8
Reel/Frame   10/384-430
Motion Picture and Amusement Division Luncheon (1973 October 25), including a speech by David Dortort regarding “The Jewish Image in Television,” 1973 October
Box/Folder   161/9
Reel/Frame   10/431-477
N, General, 1960 March-1969 October
National Commission Meetings
Box/Folder   161/10-12
Reel/Frame   10/478-919
Correspondence, minutes, reports, 1960-1970
Box/Folder   161/13
Reel/Frame   10/920-981
Fact sheets, 1971
Box/Folder   161/14
Reel/Frame   11/1-8
National Committee Against Discrimination in Housing, 1967 August
Box/Folder   161/15
Reel/Frame   11/9-17
National Conference on New Politics (August 31, 1967, Chicago), report, 1967 September
Box/Folder   162/1
Reel/Frame   11/18-151
National Convention (1965 February, Washington, D.C.), correspondence and minutes, 1965 January-March
Box/Folder   162/2
Reel/Frame   11/152-198
National Council for Civic Responsibility, press information, 1964
Box/Folder   162/3-6
Reel/Frame   11/199-839
National Executive Committee, minutes, correspondence, reports, and miscellaneous, circa 1961-1967
Box/Folder   162/7
Reel/Frame   11/840-849
National Investment Committee, statements, 1967 October-1968 March
Box/Folder   162/7
Reel/Frame   11/840-849
National Jewish Community Relations Advisory Council
Box/Folder   162/8
Reel/Frame   11/850-1089
, 1960 February-1964 July
Box/Folder   163/1
Reel/Frame   12/1-169
1964 July-1970 June, undated
Box/Folder   163/2
Reel/Frame   12/170-172
National Planning Committee, 1968 August
Box/Folder   163/3
Reel/Frame   12/173-176
New England Regional Office, 1963 March
Box/Folder   163/4-5
Reel/Frame   12/177-361
Nixon vs McGovern, circa 1971-1972
Box/Folder   163/6
Reel/Frame   12/362-374
O, General, 1963 March-1968 November
Box/Folder   163/7
Reel/Frame   12/375-394
O Jerusalem, 1972
Box/Folder   163/8
Reel/Frame   12/395-408
Office of Economic Opportunity, statement, 1967 August, undated
Box/Folder   163/9
Reel/Frame   12/409-413
Ohio-Kentucky Regional Office, Board luncheon, 1965 March
Oliver, Revilo
Box/Folder   163/10
Reel/Frame   12/414-607
Research material, circa 1964-1966
Box/Folder   163/11
Reel/Frame   12/608-718
Writings, 1964-1965
Box/Folder   163/12
Reel/Frame   12/719-742
Olympic Games, 1968 January
Box/Folder   163/13
Reel/Frame   12/743-808
P-Q, General, 1962 November, 1969 December, 1974 January, undated
Box/Folder   163/14
Reel/Frame   12/809-818
Passover, including speech by Arthur Goldberg, 1964, undated
Box/Folder   163/15
Reel/Frame   12/819-854
Pearson, Drew, regarding Nicolae Malaxa, 1959 February-1964 August
Box/Folder   163/16
Reel/Frame   12/855-864
Poor People's Washington Campaign, 1968 March
Box/Folder   163/17
Reel/Frame   12/865-903
“Prejudice and the Lively Arts,” 1960 April-1961 September, undated
Box/Folder   163/18
Reel/Frame   13/1-15
President's Conference, 1969 October-December
Box/Folder   163/19
Reel/Frame   13/16-19
Professional Salaries, 1969 February
Box/Folder   163/20
Reel/Frame   13/20-123
Publications, miscellaneous, circa 1962-1972
Box/Folder   164/1
Reel/Frame   13/124-325
Publicity (Nat Beth), 1962 May-1969 April, undated
Box/Folder   164/2
Reel/Frame   13/326-398
R, General, 1963 February-1969 October
Box/Folder   164/3
Reel/Frame   13/399-425
Race Relations Committee, 1966 December-1967 April
Box/Folder   164/4
Reel/Frame   13/426-670
Radical Rights/Extremism, circa 1963-1969
Box/Folder   164/5
Reel/Frame   13/671-676
Religious Leaders Conference, 1966 April-May
Box/Folder   164/6
Reel/Frame   13/677-833
Reports, miscellaneous, circa 1962-1970
Box/Folder   164/7
Reel/Frame   13/834-837
Robinson, Jackie, 1968 January
Box/Folder   164/8
Reel/Frame   13/838-869
Rome, regarding Catholic Church, 1968 September-1969 December
Box/Folder   164/9
Reel/Frame   13/870-903
Rustin, Bayard, 1968 May-1969 January
Box/Folder   164/10
Reel/Frame   14/1-197
S, General, 1959 May-1974 February
Box/Folder   164/11
Reel/Frame   14/198-226
Saint Louis, 1973 August-November
Box/Folder   164/12
Reel/Frame   14/227-242
Schwartzchild, Henry, 1969 February-April
Box/Folder   164/13
Reel/Frame   14/243-278
Solicitation File, circa 1965-1966
Box/Folder   164/14
Reel/Frame   14/279-386
Soviet Jewry, including Foley Square material and speech, circa 1970-1973
Box/Folder   165/1
Reel/Frame   14/387-512
Soviet Jewry, 1962, 1964-1965, 1967
Box/Folder   165/2
Reel/Frame   14/513-562
Speaking engagements and miscellaneous invitations, 1963-1974
Box/Folder   165/3
Reel/Frame   14/563-582
Special Committee on the New York Building, 1967 July-1969 October
Box/Folder   165/4
Reel/Frame   14/583-587
Special purposes gifts, 1967 January-1969 November
Box/Folder   165/5
Reel/Frame   14/588-714
Staff personnel committee, 1963 January-1970 February
Box/Folder   165/6
Reel/Frame   14/715-738
Sugarman, Eugene, correspondence and speech, 1968 June-1969 January
Box/Folder   165/7
Reel/Frame   14/739-742
Susskind, David, 1966 November
Box/Folder   165/8
Reel/Frame   14/743-778
T, General, 1963-1969
Box/Folder   165/9
Reel/Frame   14/779-794
Talent for Peace, including speech, 1964-1967
Box/Folder   165/10
Reel/Frame   14/795-819
Tri-faith study of TV violence, circa 1969
Box/Folder   165/11
Reel/Frame   14/820-829
U-V, General, 1963-1970
Box/Folder   165/12
Reel/Frame   14/830-913
W, General, 1963-1969
Box/Folder   165/13
Reel/Frame   14/914-end
Wallach, Sidney, Committee on Special Projects, 1963
Box/Folder   165/14
Reel/Frame   15/1-112
Washington, D.C., rally regarding Civil Rights Act, 1964
Box/Folder   165/15
Reel/Frame   15/113-128
Wayne, New Jersey, 1967, undated
Box/Folder   165/16
Reel/Frame   15/129-148
Wexley, William, 1968-1970
Box/Folder   165/17
Reel/Frame   15/149-174
Weyl, Nathaniel, 1968
Box/Folder   165/18
Reel/Frame   15/175-220
Writings, undated
Box/Folder   165/19
Reel/Frame   15/221-227
X-Y-Z, General, 1962-1964
Speech File
Reel/Frame   15/228-end
A-Awards Dinner
Reel   16
Bangor-Food Industry
Reel   17
Founders Day-Joint Defense Appeal
Reel   18
Joint Defense Appeal-Special Gifts Dinner
Reel   19
Southern tour-Youth Service Dinner; miscellaneous and unidentified speeches
U.S. Mss 37AN
Subseries: General Writings
Speeches
Box   165
Folder   20
Miscellaneous speech correspondence, 1970-1973
Box   166
, 1960
Box   167
, 1961-1962 January 23
Box   168
, 1962 March 6-1963 January 21
Box   169
, 1963 January 31-October
Box   170
, 1963 November-1964 November 18
Box   171
, 1964 December 3-1965 August 26
Box   172
, 1965 October 19-December 15
Box   173
, 1966 January-October 10
Box   174
, 1966 November-1967 May 7
Box   175
, 1967 May 9-December 15
Box   176
, 1967 November 30-1968 June
Box   177
, 1968 September-1969 March 2
Box   178
, 1969 March 15-December
Audio 920A
Recorded speeches
920A/7
Lively Arts Forum, 1960 April 24
Scope and Content Note: Dore Schary speech on the state of the art of theater, television, and motion pictures.
920A/8-10
“Politics and the Lively Arts,” 5th Annual Homer A. Watt Memorial Lecture, Washington Square College, New York University, 1961 March 21
Scope and Content Note: Speech by Dore Schary regarding representation of politics in the arts, participation of actors in politics, pressure of politics on the arts. Speech is followed by a question-and-answer session, during which the blacklisting of the 1950s is discussed.
920A/3
“The Arts and the Sexual Image,” 42nd Annual Conference on the Child Study Association of America, New York City, 1966 March 7
Scope and Content Note: Speech by Dore Schary.
U.S. Mss 37AN
Box   179
Folder   1
Verse, 1943-1970, undated
Box   179
Folder   2-3
Non-dramatic writings, some by Samuel Gates (pseudonym), 1951-1971, undated
Box   179
Folder   4
Early skits, playlets, short stories, undated
Box   179
Folder   5
Book reviews and related correspondence, 1959-1973
Magazine and newspaper articles and related correspondence
Box   179
Folder   6-7
, 1929-1955
Box   180
Folder   1-5
, 1956-1969
Box   181
Folder   1-2
1970-1973, undated
For Special Occasions, 1962
Box   180
Folder   3
Correspondence with Random House, 1961-1963, 1967
Box   180
Folder   4
Correspondence regarding proposed Broadway play, 1961-1963
Box   180
Folder   5
Fan mail, 1962-1963
Box   180
Folder   6
General correspondence, 1961-1966
Box   180
Folder   7
Notes, undated
Box   180
Folder   8-10
Early draft, 1956, 1961
Typed draft, undated
Box   180
Folder   11
Chapters 1-11
Box   181A
Folder   1
Chapters 12-21
Box   181A
Folder   2
Revision of Chapters 2 and 22
Box   181A
Folder   3-4
Revised draft, undated
“Hollywood As I Knew It”
Box   181A
Folder   5
Correspondence, 1970-1971
Box   181A
Folder   6
Outlines and notes, undated
Box   182
Folder   1
Fragments, “The Hollywood Years,” 1961, undated
Box   182
Folder   2
First draft, 1970 November 12
Box   182
Folder   3
Second Draft, 1970 December 2
Box   182
Folder   4
Draft, undated
“Power”
Box   182
Folder   5
Drafts and related correspondence, 1955-1956, undated
Box   182
Folder   6
Miscellaneous, 1954-1965
“Storm in the West”
Box   182
Folder   7
Story by Dore Schary and Sinclair Lewis, 1963
Series: 1981 Additions, 1924-1980
Physical Description: 7.4 cubic feet (17 archives boxes and 1 records center carton), 3 tape recordings, 204 disc recordings, 70 reels of film, and 1 video recording 
Scope and Content Note

The 1981 Additions to the Dore Schary Papers primarily pertain to the last six years of his life (1974-1980), although there are scattered papers from earlier periods. While there is considerable overlap between the 1977 and 1981 additions, the 1981 Additions are characterized by Schary's reflection and research during the process of writing his autobiography Heyday and by documentation on two plays he brought to the stage in the mid-1970s, Herzl and F.D.R.

As with previous installments of the Schary papers, the 1981 Additions include correspondence, scripts, memoranda, publications, scrapbooks, speeches, and research notes which document Schary's personal and family life, his association with the Anti-Defamation League, and his work as a film and theater producer.

The BIOGRAPHICAL AND PERSONAL MATERIAL contains some family correspondence from the last several years of Schary's life, but this section is primarily a retrospective file pertaining to Schary's experiences in earlier years. Included are a commemorative book on his 50th birthday in 1955, lists of memberships and affiliations, and awards. Also listed here are a group of home movies featuring not only Schary's family but also personalities such as Marc Connelly, Beatrice Kaufman, Moss Hart, Constance Bennett, Groucho Marx, Robert Taylor, Barbara Stanwyck, and Sheila Graham, and several recorded interviews of Schary.

The GENERAL FILES, 1954-1980, continues the alphabetical correspondence/subject file in previous installments. The majority of the material here dates after 1974. Aside from an occasional report or clipping, it consist chiefly of correspondence with friends, professional colleagues, Jewish activists, and aspiring writers. There is also correspondence between Schary and his literary agent, Julian Bach, regarding publication of Heyday, as well as with Herzl biographer Amos Elon, with whom Schary collaborated. More extensive files on Heyday are part of the GENERAL WRITINGS subseries and additional correspondence with Elon can be found in the Herzl production files. Of note in the General File are correspondence, notes, and legal material regarding Schary's occasional disputes with Hollywood columnist Hedda Hopper.

The PRODUCTION FILES, 1944-1980, document Schary's work on specific film, television, and theater projects, not all of which were produced. In addition to substantial files on the plays F.D.R. and Herzl, there is material on the films Act One and I'll Be Seeing You, and the play One by One, adapted from his family memoir For Special Occasions, and “Storm in the West,” the allegorical western by Schary and Sinclair that Schary wanted to bring to the stage as a musical.

The ANTI-DEFAMATION LEAGUE subseries in this addition is a small group of clippings, articles, and ADL reports pertaining to topics such as the Arab influence in the United States, Black-Jewish relations, Israel, Zionism, and the Palestinian Liberation Organization. There is an occasional memorandum or letter by Schary, but the file is essentially made up of informational material.

GENERAL WRITINGS consists of Schary's speeches from the 1970s, together with some supplementary correspondence and notes, and non-theatrical writings. Many of Schary's speeches during the period consist of tributes to figures such as Hale Boggs, Hubert Humphrey, and Roy Wilkins. Other writings here primarily document research and writings for Heyday. Included are correspondence, research notes, and several versions of the book in manuscript form. The remainder of the subseries contains articles, notes, and musical scores for Song of a Citizen, for which Schary wrote the lyrics.

This addition also contains 204 DISC RECORDINGS which are a mixture of radio interviews, family celebration, music, and award ceremonies and recordings of Schary's testimony as the 1947 House Un-American Activities Committee. Although these discs have been assigned call number Disc 158A, they have not been fully described. A listing of information transcribed from the disc labels follows the GENERAL WRITINGS in the contents list below.

Subseries: Biographical and Personal Material
Awards
Box   183
Folder   1
Paper documentation, 1951-1980
Box   201
Plaques, presentations, and memorabilia
Box   183
Folder   2
Family correspondence, 1974-1980
Home Movies, 1920s-1954
AC 197
No. 1, [Late 20s, early 30s]
Physical Description: 205 feet; black and white; silent 
Scope and Content Note: Blacktie dinner party. Kids outdoors sledding.
AC 198
No. 2, “Greetings to Dore and Miriam Schary from Chick and Don Hartman on Jill's first Christmas,” 1936-1937
Physical Description: 195 feet; color; silent 
Scope and Content Note: Jill as a baby in high chair, grandma holding baby with Dore, Miriam, and Jill. Christmas 1937: Jill at Christmas tree with grandma.
AC 199
No. 3, [1939]
Physical Description: 297 feet; color; silent 
Scope and Content Note: Dore Schary award for Boys Town. Chimps performing at zoo. Dore Schary, family, and kids playing with nurse.
AC 200
No. 4, [1939]
Physical Description: 298 feet; color; silent 
Scope and Content Note: Westlake Park. Jill in yard. Canoeing on lagoon near Westlake theater. Jill on boat. Nurse holding Joy. Dore Schary's mother in yard.
AC 201
No. 5, [1939-1940]
Physical Description: 300 feet; color; silent 
Scope and Content Note: Merry-go-round at Griffith Park. Joy, Jeb, and Jill at zoo. Jill on swings and merry-go-round. Feb. 1940: Joy and Jill on swing. Everett Sloane indoors. Joy and Jill with presents on Christmas. UCLA football game.
AC 202
No. 6, [1939]
Physical Description: 285 feet; color; silent 
Scope and Content Note: Jill and Joy playing with nurse outdoors. Two men boxing. Joy and Jill playing outside. Costume party with John Payne. Jill's Halloween party with kids in costumes. Joy and grandma.
AC 203
No. 7, [1939]
Physical Description: 349 feet; color; silent 
Scope and Content Note: Marc Connelly and [Beatrice Kaufman] outside with friends. Moss Hart outdoors at country residence with Miriam and [Constance Bennett]. New York exterior shots. Shots from train, pulling into station.
AC 204
No. 8, [1939]
Physical Description: 395 feet; color; silent 
Scope and Content Note: Dore Schary: On train at train station. At home with relatives. At pool and beach resort. NY World's Fair (1939-40): Tour of exhibits and Midway. USSR exhibit.
AC 205
No. 9, [1939]
Physical Description: 368 feet; color; silent 
Scope and Content Note: “Marion's Wedding/Washington”: Lincoln Memorial and Washington Monument. Joy and Jill on bike. Marion's wedding. “Club-Taylor”: Playing tennis and relaxing. Miriam with woman. Dore, Groucho, and others at table. Robert Taylor at buffet and at table with Barbara Stanwyck. Jill at amusement park.
AC 206
No. 10, [1939-1940]
Physical Description: 348 feet; color; silent 
Scope and Content Note: People in yard [may be Dore Schary's father]. NYC park. Dore with [sister] at reunion. “Allen Ruth at Arrowhead.” Jill on pony. Miriam, Jill, and Joy on swing and slides. Close-ups of Dore.
AC 207
No. 11, [1939-1940]
Physical Description: 337 feet; color & black and white; silent 
Scope and Content Note: “Arrowhead.” Amusement park. Joy, Jill, and Dore on ferris wheel. Grandma and Jill at house. North Shore Tavern. Dog with puppies. Miriam and couple on boat.
AC 208
No. 12, 1940
Physical Description: 348 feet; color; silent 
Scope and Content Note: “Jeb-Xmas 1940.” Three kids playing outside with dog. American flag and flag that says Jeb. Christmas tree, Joy, Jill, Miriam, and other relatives. Jeb as baby with nurse and Miriam.
AC 209
No. 13, 1941
Physical Description: 300 feet; color; silent 
Scope and Content Note: “April 1941-Jeb.” Jill and Joy inside house with Dore's mother. Joy and Jill outdoors. Scenery around house. Jeb in buggy with Jill and Joy. Miriam enters. Dore's mother with man and woman.
AC 210
No. 14, [August/September 1941]
Physical Description: 200 feet; color; silent 
Scope and Content Note: “Joy's 3rd Birthday.” Jeb as baby. Kids playing outside. Lake Tahoe area with grandma Schary, Jeb, and Dore. Jeb, Joy, and Jill playing.
AC 211
No. 15, December 7, 1941
Physical Description: 199 feet; color; silent 
Scope and Content Note: Palm Springs. Dore and Jeb. Jill, Joy, and Jeb playing. Blazing sunset.
AC 212
No. 16, 1941
Physical Description: 200 feet; color; silent 
Scope and Content Note: At train station. Joy, Jill, and Jeb. Jill's birthday party. Jill with clown. Jeb with Dore.
AC 213
No. 17, 1943-1945
Physical Description: 303 feet; color; silent 
Scope and Content Note: Group of friends at train station. Dore and Miriam visiting Lew Wasserman. At pool with kids and Cary Grant.
AC 214
No. 18, [1946-1947]
Physical Description: 350 feet; color; silent 
Scope and Content Note: Joy, Jeb, and Jill playing outdoors. People sunbathing near pool. Dore, Jill, and Joy.
AC 215
No. 19, [1949-1951]
Physical Description: 372 feet; color; silent 
Scope and Content Note: Family picnic. Jill, Jeb, and Miriam on boat. Lake and mountain shots. “Florida 1950-51.” Jill, Joy, and Jeb fishing from boat. Beach front. Jeb and others at pool. Jeb diving.
AC 216
No. 20, 1954
Physical Description: 395 feet; color; silent 
Scope and Content Note: “Schary's Washington Trip.” Panning shots: Park, Jefferson Memorial, across tidal basin, Mt. Vernon, Lincoln Memorial, Arlington, Tomb of Unknown Soldier, Gettysburg.
AC 217
No. 21, 1953
Physical Description: 36 feet; black and white; sound 
Scope and Content Note: Film preview [Sheila Graham]. Interviews Schary's kids at preview. Jeb with girlfriend. (Note: This is not strictly a home movie but it has the kids in it.)
AC 218
Goystown, undated, a parody of Boys Town
DG 194, DG 205-DG 206
Tennis film
AC 404
Personal film
U.S. Mss 37AN
Box   183
Folder   3
Interviews, articles, and notes, 1954-1978
1228A/1
Interview on This Is New York, circa 1947
DD 355
DS interviewed on being a Jew in America, broadcast on Directions '62, 1962 January 14
Scope and Content Note: Sam Levene interviews Dore Schary on the meaning of being a Jew in America. Topics discussed include: God, belief and faith, Jewishness vs. Judaism, an illustration of a home Hanukah service written by Schary.
DD 357
Youth Wants to Know, 1955 December 25
Scope and Content Note: DS interviewed about the film industry by college age audience.
Note: Director: Dick McDonough
U.S. Mss 37AN
Box   183
Folder   4
Memberships and affiliations, 1955-1978
Box   183
Folder   5
Personal appearances, 1959
Box   183
Folder   6
Memorabilia, 1926-1932
Box   183
Folder   7
Radio and television appearances, 1960-1976
VBA 249
Dick Cavett Show, 1979 December 18?
CC 956
Person to Person, 1958 May 16
DD 356
This Is Your Life, 1956 April 18
Scope and Content Note: Profile of DS including interviews with Moss Hart, Don Hartmann, and other Hollywood personalities.
U.S. Mss 37AN
Box   183
Folder   8
Wills, 1964, undated
Subseries: General Files
Box   183
Folder   9
A, General, 1954-1980
AC 231
Academy Awards clip, 1952
Scope and Content Note: Shows DS presenting screenplay awards, Best Supporting Actor Anthony Quinn presented by Greer Garson, and Best Supporting Actress Gloria Graham presented by Edmund Gwenn.
U.S. Mss 37AN
Box   183
Folder   10
American Theatre, Wing, 1970-1979
Box   183
Folder   11-12
B, General, 1959-1980
Box   184
Folder   1
Bach, Julian, 1974-1980
Box   184
Folder   2
Ben-Gurion University, 1974-1975
Box   184
Folder   3
Brandeis Institute, 1974-1976
Box   184
Folder   4
Brandeis University Creative Arts awards, 1971-1980
Box   184
Folder   5
Bunker - “Archie Bunker's Bigotry,” 1973
Box   184
Folder   6
C, General, 1964, 1966, 1974-1980
Box   184
Folder   7
Casting, 1977-1979, undated
Box   184
Folder   8
Coins, undated
Box   184
Folder   9
Columbia Pictures, 1980
Box   184
Folder   10
Copyright revision bill, 1974
Box   184
Folder   11
“Crank” mail, 1974-1978
Box   184
Folder   12
D, General, 1973-1980
Box   184
Folder   13
Dann, Martin, 1978-1979
Box   184
Folder   14
Directors Guild, 1974-1980
Box   184
Folder   15-16
Dramatists Guild, 1974-1980
Box   184
Folder   17
E, General, 1974-1980
Box   184
Folder   18
Elon, Amos, 1975-1977
Box   185
Folder   1
F, General, 1977-1980
Box   185
Folder   2
G, General, 1974-1980
Box   185
Folder   3
Gladney, Norman, 1975
Box   185
Folder   4
Greenberger, John, 1974-1977
Box   185
Folder   5
H, General, 1974-1980
Box   185
Folder   6
Hopper, Hedda, 1940-1962
Box   185
Folder   7
I, General, 1975-1980
Box   185
Folder   8
Israel, 1971-1975
Box   185
Folder   9
Italy-Buggiana, 1975-1976
Box   185
Folder   10
J, General, 1967, 1970, 1974-1980
Box   185
Folder   11
Jewish Film Festival, 1975-1976
Box   186
Folder   1
Jewish Welfare Board, Conference on Jewish Cultural Arts, 1974-1976
Box   186
Folder   2
K, General, 1974-1980
Box   186
Folder   3
L, General, 1974-1980
Box   186
Folder   4
M, General, 1974-1980
Box   186
Folder   5
Manuscript and book critiques, 1979
Box   186
Folder   6
Montor, Henry, 1976-1980
Box   186
Folder   7
N, General, 1974-1979
Box   186
Folder   8
National Jewish Community Relations Advisory Council, 1974-1976
Box   186
Folder   9
O, General, 1974-1979
Box   186
Folder   10
P, General, 1969, 1973, 1975-1980
Box   186
Folder   11
R, General, 1948, 1974-1980
Box   186
Folder   12
Eleanor Roosevelt Institute, 1974-1980
Box   187
Folder   1-2
S, General, 1970, 1974-1980
Box   187
Folder   3
Schary Foundation, 1965-1979
Box   187
Folder   4
Scheinman, Jack, 1975-1977
Box   187
Folder   5
Story submission, 1973-1979
Box   187
Folder   6
Suid Project, 1973-1979
Box   187
Folder   7
T, General, 1960, 1976-1978
Box   187
Folder   8
U, General, 1961, 1975-1980
Box   187
Folder   9
University of Wisconsin, 1976-1980
Box   187
Folder   10
V, General, 1974-1979
Box   187
Folder   11
W, General, 1974-1980
Box   187
Folder   12
Young Men's and Young Women's Hebrew Association film project, 1975-1976
Box   187
Folder   13
X, Y, Z, General, 1971, 1973-1979
Subseries: Production Files
Motion Pictures
Act One, 1963
Box   188
Folder   1
Script, including photographs, 1963 April 3
Battleground
HA 898-HA 903
Film
GA 116
Promotion film including scenes of production and premieres, 1950
Physical Description: 896 feet; black and white; sound; 35 mm; archival positive 
GA 115
Newsreel segment of presentation of Photoplay award by Ronald Reagan and Jane Wyman, 1951 February 13
Crossfire
DD 324-DD 325
Film (segment), 1947
Scope and Content Note: Film noir in which the hunt for a homicidal ex-soldier becomes a forum for examining anti-Semitism and bigotry.
Farmer's Daughter
DD 329-DD 330
Film, 1947
Scope and Content Note: The story of a simple farm girl whose honesty and intelligence make her a successful candidate for Congress, and help her find romance with the man she loves.
Flicker Flashbacks
CA 775
Film, 1946-1947
Scope and Content Note: A compilation of two films from the series that uses early films and adds a voiceover narration.
U.S. Mss 37AN
I'll Be Seeing You (also “Double Furlough”)
Box   188
Folder   2
Musical score by Daniele Amfitheatrof, 1944
FF 050-FF 052
Film
U.S. Mss 37AN
“I'll See You Again” (released as Adam Sample)
Box   188
Folder   3-4
Research material, 1942-1953
Next Voice You Hear
HA 783-HA 786
Film
GA 114
Picture-of-the-year award ceremony, Hollywood Foreign Correspondents Association, 1950 July 27
Mr. Blandings Builds His Dream House
DD 307-DD 309
Film, 1948
Scope and Content Note: The difficulties encountered by the city-bred Blandings in building a house in Connecticut are chronicled in this comedy.
Our American Heritage
AC 140
Film, 1947
Scope and Content Note: Public service for the American Heritage Foundation. Looks at American citizens and their future now that the war is over, encouraging citizens to be active and use their talents for the good of the country.
U.S. Mss 37AN
“The Sentries” (Unproduced)
Box   188
Folder   5
Correspondence, 1967, 1974
So Long, Mac
AC 259-AC 260
Film, 1959
Scope and Content Note: Promotional film follows the routine in the life of a Marine from boot camp through discharge. Includes a brief history of Marine battles.
Spiral Staircase
FE 408-FE 410
Film, 1945
Scope and Content Note: A Hitchcock-like thriller in which Dorothy McGuire is a mute servant in an eerie turn-of-the-century household which may be harboring a homicidal maniac.
Westward the Women
HA 768-HA 773
Film, 1951
Scope and Content Note: The story of 150 women who make the dangerous trek from Chicago to California in 1851 and meet their mail-order husbands at the end of the journey.
GA 113
Preproduction Title Card to run before showing first cuts
Scope and Content Note: Single title card reads: “Dear Friends: We hope that you will understand that all sound effects, dubbed voices, and music are missing from this film. Even the actors are tentative -- and we hope that you will bear with us. Apologetically, Dore Schary.”
GA 839
Screen snapshots / theatrical intermission snipe
GA 190
Soundtrack for Mr. Schary
U.S. Mss 37AN
Television
“The Big Apple” (Unproduced)
Box   188
Folder   6
Proposal, undated
Theater
Affectionately, A. Lincoln
Box   188
Folder   7
Correspondence, 1975-1977
Box   188
Folder   8
Mimeo script and revised mimeo script by Herbert Mitgang, 1975, undated
“Casus Belli”
Box   189
Folder   1
Script by Melvin I. Cooperman, undated
F.D.R. (Seattle, 1977?)
Box   189
Folder   2
Correspondence, 1975-1980
Research
Box   189
Folder   3
FDR correspondence, 1944-1945
Box   189
Folder   4
Notes, 1940s
Box   189
Folder   5
Quotations, 1933-1944
Scripts
Box   189
Folder   6-7
Original script, Act I and II, undated
Box   189
Folder   8
Draft with revisions, 1976
Box   189
Folder   9
Draft with revisions, 1976
Box   190
Folder   1
Draft with revisions, 1976
Box   190
Folder   2
Working copy with revisions, 1976
Box   190
Folder   3
Working copy, slightly revised, 1976
Box   190
Folder   4
Final copy with revisions, 1976
Box   190
Folder   5
Program and publicity, 1977
“For Special Occasions” (Unproduced)
Box   190
Folder   6
Notes and outline, 1975
Herzl, 1976
Box   190
Folder   7
Advertising, 1976
Box   190
Folder   8
Clippings, 1975
Box   190
Folder   9
Correspondence, 1975-1979
Box   190
Folder   10
Financial file, 1975-1978
Legal file
Box   190
Folder   11
Agreements, 1975-1976
Box   191
Folder   1
General partnerships, 1976
Limited partnerships
Box   191
Folder   2
Agreements, 1975-1976
Box   191
Folder   3
Signed contracts, 1976
Box   191
Folder   4
Production contracts, 1975
Box   191
Folder   5
Manuscript, incomplete, undated
Box   191
Folder   6
Manuscript, scenes 2-12, undated
Box   191
Folder   7
Notes (“Original notes from Italy and NY”), 1975
Box   191
Folder   8
Notes and articles, 1975, undated
Box   191
Folder   9
Opening night address by DS, 1976
Box   191
Folder   10
Opening night reception, 1976
Box   191
Folder   11
Playbill draft, 1976
Box   191
Folder   12
Production outline, including budget, staff, scene, costume, and prop lists, 1976, undated
Box   191
Folder   13
Promotion, 1975, undated
Box   191
Folder   14
Readings based on the play, 1979, undated
Box   191
Folder   15
Reviews, 1976
Scripts
Box   191
Folder   16
“The Quest,” with revisions, undated
Box   191
Folder   17
“The Quest,” undated
Box   191
Folder   18
Incomplete script, undated
Box   192
Folder   1
Copyrighted script, 1976
Majority of One, 1959
1010A/2
Recorded reviews, 1959
U.S. Mss 37AN
Mutuality, 1976
Box   192
Folder   2
Program and script, 1976 May 4
One by One
Box   192
Folder   3
Script including photographs, 1964 December 1
“Sabbatical” (Unproduced)
Box   192
Folder   4
Outlines by Mofie Block, undated
“Storm in the West” (Unproduced)
Box   192
Folder   5
Casting and production,“Way Out West,” undated
Box   192
Folder   6
Correspondence and legal papers, 1979-1980
Script
Box   192
Folder   7
Original script “Way Out West,” with additions, undated
Box   192
Folder   8
Script “Out Where the West Begins,” with revisions, undated
Subseries: Anti-Defamation League Files
Box   192
Folder   9
Miscellaneous, 1976-1979
Box   192
Folder   10
Anti-Semitism, 1973-1979
Box   192
Folder   11
Arab influence in the United States
Box   193
Folder   1
ADL reports, 1975-1979
Box   193
Folder   2
Press reports, 1974-1977
Box   193
Folder   3
Black-Jewish relations, 1963-1980
Box   193
Folder   4
Holocaust, 1943, 1971-1979
Box   193
Folder   5
Images of the Jew, 1974-1978
Box   193
Folder   6
Israel and Zionism, 1947, 1973-1979
Box   193
Folder   7
Middle East, 1966-1967, 1975-1979
Box   193
Folder   8
Palestinian Liberation Organization and Palestinian issue, 1976-1980
Box   193
Folder   9
Quotas (minority), 1972-1978
Box   193
Folder   10
Rabbi Arthur Chiel articles, 1974-1977
1010A/1
Soviet Jews arriving in Tel Aviv interviewed by Arnold Foster of ADL, 1971
Subseries: General Writings
U.S. Mss 37AN
Speeches
Box   193
Folder   11
Speaking engagements, 1966, 1977-1979
Box   194
, 1970-1979
Box   195
Folder   1
Index for 1945-1978
Box   195
Folder   2
Joke and story file, undated
Box   195
Folder   3
Quotation file, undated
Box   195
Folder   4
Speech invitations declined, 1958-1967
Box   195
Folder   5
Speeches for Jewish Welfare Bureau, 1969-1970
Box   195
Folder   6
ADL speech research material, undated
Heyday
Box   196
Folder   1
Proposal, 1971-1976
Correspondence
Box   196
Folder   2
Publishing, 1976-1980
Box   196
Folder   3
Responses, 1979-1980
Research
Box   196
Folder   4
Interviews, papers on DS, 1976-1977
Box   196
Folder   5
Lectures, 1957, 1977, undated
Box   196
Folder   6
Notes, articles, 1950-1977, undated
Box   196
Folder   7
Production records, 1948-1956
Box   196
Folder   8
Reminiscence regarding Howard Hughes, 1976
Box   196
Folder   9
Reminiscence, correspondence with David O. Selznick, 1944-1976, undated
Summary notes and chronology
Box   196
Folder   10
, 1933-1966
Box   196
Folder   11
, 1951-1955
Box   197
Folder   1
1956-1966, 1969
Manuscript
Original, 1973-1974
Box   197
Folder   2-5
Pages 1-528
Box   197
Folder   6
Endmatter, 1979, undated
Box   197
Folder   7
First revision, circa 1975
Second revision, circa 1976
Box   197
Folder   8
Chapters 1-8
Box   198
Folder   1-4
Chapters 9-33 (incomplete)
Box   198
Folder   5-6
Third revision (Chapters 13, 20-27), circa 1977
Box   198
Folder   7
Fourth revision (Chapters 24-29), 1978
Box   198
Folder   8
Miscellaneous edited pages of final copy
Box   199
Folder   1
Magazine and newspaper articles, 1949, 1971-1978
Box   199
Folder   2
Poetry, 1974, undated
Box   199
Folder   3
Project notes, 1961, 1977, undated
Song of a Citizen
Box   199
Folder   4
Musical score by DS, undated
Box   199
Folder   4
Lyrics by DS, undated
Terrific
Box   199
Folder   5
Dramatic contract, 1932
Disc 158A/Audio 1750A
Subseries: Disc Recordings
Disc Box   1
Dore Schary, Part 1, undated
Note: Assigned Audio 1750A/1.
Disc Box   1
Dore Schary, Part 2, undated
Note: Assigned Audio 1750A/2.
Disc Box   1
Tex and Jinx Show, NBC, 1955 May 2
Note: Assigned Audio 1750A/3.
Disc Box   1
Personalities in Print, Willard Epsy, 1957 April 8
Note: Assigned Audio 1750A/4.
Disc Box   1
Academy Award 1946, Part 12, 1946 March 7
Note: Assigned Audio 1750A/5.
Disc Box   1
Tex and Jinx Show, NBC, Guest: Dore Schary, 1950 June 18
Note: Assigned Audio 1750A/6.
Disc Box   1
“Sixteen Hours”
Note: Assigned Audio 1750A/7.
Disc Box   1
Tex and Jinx Show, NBC, Dore Schary, 1950 September 25
Note: Assigned Audio 1750A/8.
Disc Box   1
Academy Award 1946, Part 7, 1946 March 7
Note: Assigned Audio 1750A/9.
Disc Box   1
Maggie McNellis, 1946 November 11
Note: Assigned Audio 1750A/10.
Disc Box   1
Rollocking Rockaway Radul
Note: Assigned Audio 1750A/11.
Disc Box   1
Bill Leonard Show Excerpt, 1947 July 15
Physical Description: 2 discs 
Note: Assigned Audio 1750A/12-13.
Disc Box   1
Songs Composed by Harry Sosnik
Note: Assigned Audio 1750A/14.
Disc Box   1
“This I Believe,” Edward R. Murrow
Note: Assigned Audio 1750A/15.
Disc Box   1
Academy Award 1946, Parts 5, 8, and 13, 1946 March 7
Physical Description: 3 discs 
Note: Assigned Audio 1750A/16-18.
Disc Box   1
Dore Schary, End of Time
Note: Assigned Audio 1750A/19.
Disc Box   1
Dore Schary, WMGM Recording Studies, 1950 May 16
Note: Assigned Audio 1750A/20.
Disc Box   1
Academy Award 1946, Parts 3 and 4, 1946 March 7
Physical Description: 2 discs 
Note: Assigned Audio 1750A/21-22.
Disc Box   1
“America Marches On,” and “Mr. Martin Comes Home” / by Dore Schary
Note: Assigned Audio 1750A/23.
Disc Box   1
Farewell Radio Address of King Edward VII of England
Note: Assigned Audio 1750A/24.
Disc Box   1
Academy Award 1946, Parts 1 and 2, 1946 March 7
Physical Description: 2 discs 
Note: Assigned Audio 1750A/25-26.
Disc Box   1
“Happy Birthday” to Dore Schary from Don Allen and Shep, 1946
Note: Assigned Audio 1750A/27.
Disc Box   1
Dore Schary, Part 5, 1950 May 16
Note: Assigned Audio 1750A/28.
Disc Box   2
Take the High Ground, Vocal and Band/Funeral-West Coast for Paul Small
Note: Assigned Audio 1750A/29.
Disc Box   2
Academy Award 1946, Part 16, 1946 March 7
Note: Assigned Audio 1750A/30.
Disc Box   2
Dore Schary, Part 6, 1950 May 16
Note: Assigned Audio 1750A/31.
Disc Box   2
People Are Friendly - Interviews
Note: Assigned Audio 1750A/32.
Disc Box   2
Judy Garland's 21st Birthday, Parts 1-3, 1943 June 11
Physical Description: 2 discs 
Note: Assigned Audio 1750A/33-34.
Disc Box   2
Kurt Weill's Huckleberry Finn
Note: Assigned Audio 1750A/35.
Disc Box   2
Hedda Hopper, 1942 March 25
Note: Assigned Audio 1750A/36.
Disc Box   2
Campobello, Memories Overture
Note: Assigned Audio 1750A/37.
Disc Box   2
Act One, Main Title and Closing
Note: Assigned Audio 1750A/38.
Disc Box   2
Job 77727, Dore Schary
Note: Assigned Audio 1750A/39.
Disc Box   2
“Sixteen Hours,” 1956 February 16
Note: Assigned Audio 1750A/40.
Disc Box   2
Dore Schary, “For Special Occasions,” interviews on Casper Citron Show
Physical Description: 2 discs 
Note: Assigned Audio 1750A/41-42.
Disc Box   2
The Moss Hart Party, 1959 October 23
Note: Assigned Audio 1750A/43.
Disc Box   2
The State of American Society, CBS-TV, 1960 June 4
Note: Assigned Audio 1750A/44.
Disc Box   2
The Stevenson Wit
Note: Assigned Audio 1750A/45.
Disc Box   2
Hollywood for Roosevelt, Part 3
Note: Assigned Audio 1750A/46.
Disc Box   2
B'Nai B'Rith, Dore Schary, Part 2, 1939 March 25
Note: Assigned Audio 1750A/47.
Disc Box   2
26 by Corwin, number 20, “The Human Angle,” 1941 September 21
Note: Assigned Audio 1750A/48.
Disc Box   2
Farmer's Daughter, Part 3, 1947 April 19
Note: Assigned Audio 1750A/49.
Disc Box   2
“Sleep My Child,” Lyric: George Brown, Music: Henry Vars
Note: Assigned Audio 1750A/50.
Disc Box   2
Farmer's Daughter, Part 1 and 2, 1947 April 19
Note: Assigned Audio 1750A/51.
Disc Box   2
Theme no. 1, “Next Voice,” 1950 March 14
Note: Assigned Audio 1750A/52.
Disc Box   2
Bar Mitzvah of Jeb Schary, 1953 October
Note: Assigned Audio 1750A/53.
Disc Box   2
Set “B” Dore Schary, Part 1-4, 1950 November 17
Physical Description: 2 discs 
Note: Assigned Audio 1750A/54-55.
Disc Box   2
Take the High Ground, vocal and band only, 1953 February 3
Note: Assigned Audio 1750A/56.
Disc Box   3
“Mr. and Mrs. Robert Taylor at Home,” Parts 1, and 2, 1941 February 8
Physical Description: 2 discs 
Note: Assigned Audio 1750A/57-58.
Disc Box   3
Ralph Rainger and Leo Robbins, Parts 1-4
Physical Description: 2 discs 
Note: Assigned Audio 1750A/59-60.
Disc Box   3
“Sunrise at Campobello”
Note: Assigned Audio 1750A/61.
Disc Box   3
Campobello-MT and Scene 3453-5/Memories Overture
Note: Assigned Audio 1750A/62.
Disc Box   3
Echoes of a King's Story
Note: Assigned Audio 1750A/63.
Disc Box   3
Mario Lanza, Parts 1-7
Physical Description: 4 discs 
Note: Assigned Audio 1750A/64-67.
Disc Box   3
“I Don't Want No More Army Life”/“Bless 'Em All,” 1952 January 3
Note: Assigned Audio 1750A/68.
Disc Box   3
Concerto, Parts B and C
Physical Description: 2 discs 
Note: Assigned Audio 1750A/69-70.
Disc Box   3
“La Bambo,” Played under direction of Leopold Stokowski, 1937 January 7
Note: Assigned Audio 1750A/71.
Disc Box   3
“Milk Spot” from “Name It and Claim It,” 1945 January 15
Note: Assigned Audio 1750A/72.
Disc Box   3
Kenyon and Eckhart
Note: Assigned Audio 1750A/73.
Disc Box   3
Tex and Jinx Show, NBC, Guest: Dore Schary, 1950 June 18
Physical Description: 2 discs 
Note: Assigned Audio 1750A/74-75.
Disc Box   3
Tex and Jinx Show, NBC, Guest: Dore Schary, 1950 September 25
Note: Assigned Audio 1750A/76.
Disc Box   3
Academy Award, 1946, Parts 9 and 10, 1946 March 7
Note: Assigned Audio 1750A/77.
Disc Box   3
Audio discs: Jimmy Durante songs?
Physical Description: 2 discs 
Note: Assigned Audio 1750A/78-79.
Disc Box   3
Norman Corman presents, “The Lonesome Train” / by Earl Robinson and Millard Lampell with Raymond Massey as A. Lincoln, Burl Ives (principal singer), Lynn Murray (conductor of orchestra and chorus)
Physical Description: 3 discs; Presto Glass Base 
Note: Assigned Audio 1750A/80-82.
Disc Box   3
B'Nai B'Rith, Dore Schary, Part 1, 1939 March 25
Note: Assigned Audio 1750A/83.
Disc Box   3
“Next Voice,” Theme by Dore Schary, Organ version, 1950 February 28
Note: Assigned Audio 1750A/84.
Disc Box   3
“Sleep My Child,” Sung by Dennis Day and Choir
Note: Assigned Audio 1750A/85.
Disc Box   3
Maggie McNellis Show, WNBC, Dore Schary Guest
Note: Assigned Audio 1750A/86.
Disc Box   3
“Milk Spot ” from “Name It and Claim It,” 1945 January 15
Note: Assigned Audio 1750A/87.
Disc Box   3
Sunrise at Campobello, music from play
Note: Assigned Audio 1750A/88.
Disc Box   4
Dore Schary, House Un-American Activities Committee Hearing, 1947 October 29
Physical Description: 8 discs 
Note: Assigned Audio 1750A/89-96.
Disc Box   4
Dore Schary, House Un-American Activities Committee Hearing, 1947 October 31
Physical Description: 4 discs 
Note: Assigned Audio 1750A/114-117.
Disc Box   4
Dore Schary, Parts 1-3, 4, 7-10, 1950 May 16
Note: Assigned Audio 1750A/106-109.
Disc Box   4
Dore Schary, “This I Believe,” 1952 February 1
Note: Assigned Audio 1750A/97.
Disc Box   4
Dore Schary, “America Marches On, ” “Mr. Martin Comes Home,” Parts 1, 3, Radio Station KFWB, 1939 January 13
Note: Assigned Audio 1750A/98.
Disc Box   4
Dore Schary, Everett Sloane, No Title, 1940 January 30
Note: Assigned Audio 1750A/99.
Disc Box   4
Dore Schary testimony, Parts 1-8, undated
Note: Assigned Audio 1750A/110-113.
Disc Box   4
Cantata for Dore's 50th Birthday. Words, music and accompaniment by Richard Edens, 1955 August 30
Physical Description: 2 copies 
Note: Assigned Audio 1750A/100-101.
Disc Box   4
“26 by Corwin,” “The Human Angle,” Sides 1, 3, 4, 6, 1942 September 21
Note: Assigned Audio 1750A/104-105.
Disc Box   4
Testimonial Dinner for Don Hartman, Parts 1-4, 1951 March 10
Note: Assigned Audio 1750A/102-103.
Disc Box   5
Barry Gray Show, WMCA, Parts 1-2, 1959 November 5
Note: Assigned Audio 1750A/118.
Disc Box   5
Barry Gray Show, WMCA, Parts 1-3, 1957 December 16
Note: Assigned Audio 1750A/119-120.
Disc Box   5
The National Committee for a Sane Nuclear Policy, Public Service Announcements, 1959
Note: Assigned Audio 1750A/121.
Disc Box   5
“The Legend,” read by Victor Borge at the Inaugural Dinner for the Establishment of “Thanks to the Danes” Scholarship Foundation, undated
Note: Assigned Audio 1750A/122.
Disc Box   5
American Committee for the Weizmann Institute of Science, Annual Reception and Dinner, Sides 1-6, 1957 November 26
Note: Assigned Audio 1750A/123-126.
Disc Box   5
Third Annual Eleanor Roosevelt Award Dinner: “This Is Your Life, Dear Adlai,” Sides 1-4, 1965 April 12
Note: Assigned Audio 1750A/127-128.
Disc Box   5
Adlai Stevenson in Conversation with Arnold Michaels, 1956 June 19
Note: Assigned Audio 1750A/129.
Disc Box   5
“Adlai Stevenson, The Man, The Candidate, The Statesman, A Portrait Through Excerpts From His Most Memorable Speeches”
Note: Assigned Audio 1750A/130.
Disc Box   5
“'Mr. President,' from FDR to Eisenhower. The actual voices of the men who have made our history from 1933 to 1953.” Edited and narrated by James Fleming
Note: Assigned Audio 1750A/131.
Disc Box   5
Profile of a Motion Picture. The People of “Lonelyhearts” in conversation with Arnold Michaels
Note: Assigned Audio 1750A/132.
Disc Box   5
Harold Rome, Zulu and the Zayda, (soundtrack)
Note: Assigned Audio 1750A/133.
Disc Box   5
Arthur Fiedler's Favorites, Marching in Review
Note: Assigned Audio 1750A/134.
Disc Box   5
Tex and Jinx Show, NBC, Sides 3 and 4, 1955 May 21
Note: Assigned Audio 1750A/135.
Disc Box   5
“Sixteen Hours,” 1956 February 16 and 19
Physical Description: 2 discs 
Note: Assigned Audio 1750A/136-137.
Disc Box   5
Linda Hopkins, “Me and Bessie”
Note: Assigned Audio 1750A/138.
Disc Box   6
Dore Schary, The Old Fall River Line Fox Trot Orchestra, courtesy of Abbey Rentz, occasional accompaniment John St. John and The Shoeless Three
Note: Assigned Audio 1750A/139.
Disc Box   6
Barry Gray Show, WMCA, January 30, 1958; Critic at Large, Leon Pearson, NBC radio; Night Beat, Bryon Bentley, WARD, , 1958 January 30
Note: Assigned Audio 1750A/140.
Disc Box   6
Yiddishe Chestuskes (Cherniafsky), Aaron Lebedeff orchestra accompaniment
Note: Assigned Audio 1750A/141.
Disc Box   6
Bob Hope, Look Magazine Award, Dore Schary, 1948 February 3
Note: Assigned Audio 1750A/142.
Disc Box   6
“Dori Sherry” [sic]
Note: Assigned Audio 1750A/143.
Disc Box   6
Dore Schary, “I'll Be Seeing You”
Note: Assigned Audio 1750A/144.
Disc Box   6
Kaye-Andrews, “Civilization”
Note: Assigned Audio 1750A/145.
Disc Box   6
Hollywood for Stevenson-Sparkman, “Adlai E. Stevenson Telephones the Voter on Election Eve”
Physical Description: 2 copies 
Note: Assigned Audio 1750A/146.
Disc Box   6
Wald, Jerry, “Now Is the Hour”
Note: Assigned Audio 1750A/147.
Disc Box   6
Carl Sandburg's 79th Birthday, Part 1, 1957 January 6
Note: Assigned Audio 1750A/148.
Disc Box   6
Dore Schary, John Wingate, “Night Beat,” WARD, 1958 February 5
Note: Assigned Audio 1750A/149.
Disc Box   6
John Barrymore, “Shakespeare's Hamlet - To Be or Not To Be”
Note: Assigned Audio 1750A/150.
Disc Box   6
“Cook”(?), (no artist mentioned), 1945 January 31
Note: Assigned Audio 1750A/151.
Disc Box   6
Feigele Panitz and Erno Neufeld, Cradle Song; Feigele Panitz and Sylvis Neufeld, Folk Humor
Note: Assigned Audio 1750A/152.
Disc Box   6
Richard Rodgers, “You Took Advantage of Me,” “Do I Hear You Saying 'I Love You,'” “My Heart Stood Still,” “Thou Swell”
Note: Assigned Audio 1750A/153.
Disc Box   6
Concerto, Parts A and C, RKO 592 (no artist mentioned)
Note: Assigned Audio 1750A/154.
Disc Box   6
Kaye-Andrews, “Down the Road”
Note: Assigned Audio 1750A/155.
Disc Box   6
Kaye-Andrews, “Bread and Butter”
Note: Assigned Audio 1750A/156.
Disc Box   6
Kaye-Andrews, “Blue Tail Fly”
Note: Assigned Audio 1750A/157.
Disc Box   7
Bing Crosby with Al Newman's Orchestra, “I'm Saving A Dime (Out of Every Dollar). ” Dinah Shore with Al Newman's Orchestra, “I'm Saving A Dime (Out of Every Dollar)”
Note: Assigned Audio 1750A/158.
Disc Box   7
Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra, “I Have Eyes,” “The Funny Old Hills”
Note: Assigned Audio 1750A/159.
Disc Box   7
Guy Lombardo and His Royal Canadians, “It's a Hap-Hap-Happy Day,” “Bluebirds in the Moonlight”
Note: Assigned Audio 1750A/160.
Disc Box   7
Eddy Duchin and His Orchestra, “I Hear A Dream” “It's a Hap-Hap-Happy Day”
Note: Assigned Audio 1750A/161.
Disc Box   7
Lillian Schary (no title)
Note: Assigned Audio 1750A/162.
Disc Box   7
Lillian Schary-Vocals, Ralph Rainger-Piano, “Easy Living,” “Night and Day”
Note: Assigned Audio 1750A/163.
Disc Box   7
Personal Recording Studios, Letter to Schary from unidentified actor in “Chinatown Squad” (1935 film)
Note: Assigned Audio 1750A/164.
Disc Box   7
Taylor and Sullivan, “Epilogue of Love”
Physical Description: 2 copies 
Note: Assigned Audio 1750A/165-166.
Disc Box   7
“The Hartmans,” 1938 April 6
Physical Description: copy 3? 
Note: Assigned Audio 1750A/167.
Disc Box   7
The Barton Brothers, “Cock-eyed Jenny,” “Minnie the Flapper”
Note: Assigned Audio 1750A/168.
Disc Box   6
Billy Hodes, “Essen,” Parts 1 and 2
Note: Assigned Audio 1750A/169.
Disc Box   7
FDR Speech, 1941 December 8
Note: Assigned Audio 1750A/170.
Disc Box   7
Jimmy Fiedler(?), How To Aid Returning World War II Veterans
Note: Assigned Audio 1750A/171.
Disc Box   7
Dore and Miriam Schary, Sylvia and Leonard Lyons, Moss Hart, Conversation and Playlets
Note: Assigned Audio 1750A/172.
Disc Box   7
Greetings, New York World's Fair
Note: Assigned Audio 1750A/173.
Disc Box   8
“The Hartmans,” 1938 April 16
Note: Assigned Audio 1750A/174.
Disc Box   8
Unidentified
Note: Assigned Audio 1750A/175.
Disc Box   8
“Epilogue to Love,” Parts 8 and 9
Note: Assigned Audio 1750A/176.
Disc Box   8
“Riding to Win,” Parts 6 and 7
Note: Assigned Audio 1750A/177.
Disc Box   8
“Gangster,” Parts 6 and 7
Note: Assigned Audio 1750A/178.
Disc Box   8
“The Adventures of Ellery Queen,” WABC, Parts 1 and 2, 1939 October 15
Note: Assigned Audio 1750A/179.
Disc Box   8
“For Dore with Love from Sam, Ken, Paul,” Ken Roberts Audition
Note: Assigned Audio 1750A/180.
Disc Box   8
Dore Schary, “Headlines on Parade,” KNX, Parts 1 and 2, 1939 March 27
Note: Assigned Audio 1750A/181.
Disc Box   8
“I'll be Seeing You”(?), unidentified female vocalist with chorus
Note: Assigned Audio 1750A/182.
Memorial Album to George Gershwin, recorded 1938 July 10
Disc Box   8
Gems from Porgy and Bess, part 1 and 2
Note: Assigned Audio 1750A/189.
Disc Box   8
Gems from Oh, Kay!, Gershwin medley
Note: Assigned Audio 1750A/190.
Disc Box   8
Rhapsody in Blue - Middle Movement, “The Man I Love”
Note: Assigned Audio 1750A/191.
Disc Box   8
Gems from Lady, Be Good and Tip Toes, Gershwin medley
Note: Assigned Audio 1750A/192.
Disc Box   8
Gems from Girl Crazy and Of Thee I Sing
Note: Assigned Audio 1750A/193.
Disc Box   8
Joy Schary
Note: Assigned Audio 1750A/183.
Disc Box   8
“Number 1 Drama Spot - Maxwell Show,” 1938 February 3
Note: Assigned Audio 1750A/184.
Disc Box   8
“Battleground,” main title and end title, disc number 2, “Dore Schary,” 1949 August 9
Note: Assigned Audio 1750A/185.
Disc Box   8
WMGM Recording Studios, interview by George H. Combs, World Premiere of “Battleground,” 1949 November 10,Dore Schary and Mayor Wm. O'Dwyer
Note: Assigned Audio 1750A/186.
Disc Box   8
“Easy Living,” sung by Lillian Schary, piano - Ralph Rainger
Physical Description: 2 copies 
Note: Assigned Audio 1750A/187-188.
Disc Box   9
“September in the Rain,” sung by Lillian Schary, piano - Ralph Rainger
Physical Description: 2 copies 
Note: Assigned Audio 1750A/194-195.
Disc Box   9
“Falling in Love,” A Joy Schary Original, 1950 February 16
Note: Assigned Audio 1750A/196.
Disc Box   9
“Inside U.S.A.” ( 1948), lyrics - Howard Dietz, music - Arthur Schwartz
Note: Missing.
Disc Box   9
“A Connecticut Yankee” ( 1943 revival), lyrics - Lorenz Hart, music - Richard Rodgers
Note: Assigned Audio 1750A/197.
Disc Box   9
“Arden and Ohman (1925-1933)”
Note: Assigned Audio 1750A/198.
Disc Box   9
“I Can Hear It Now…,” volume 2, by Edward R. Murrow and Fred W. Friendly, 1945-1949: “a continuing chronicle of the years following the close of World War II up to the present time, told in the authentic sounds and voices of the men who made history,” copyright 1949
Physical Description: Sides 1-10 
Note: Assigned Audio 1750A/199-203.
Disc Box   9
“I Want To Be What I Am”
Note: Assigned Audio 1750A/204.
Disc Box   10
Rodgers and Hart, 1927-1942
Note: Assigned Audio 1750A/205-206.
Disc Box   10
Hollywood for Stevenson, “Stevenson Bandwagon Album”
Note: Assigned Audio 1750A/207-208.
Disc Box   10
“The Confederacy,” music - Richard Bales, essays by Bruce Catton and Clifford Dowdey
Note: Assigned Audio 1750A/209.
Disc Box   10
Tribute to Leo Forbstein
Note: Assigned Audio 1750A/210.
M96-022
Part 2 (M96-022): 1996 Additions, circa 1964-1976
Physical Description: 0.8 cubic feet (2 archives boxes) 
Scope and Content Note: Additions, circa 1964-1976, including script variations for Herzl; script reading record for Inka-Dinka-Do; published vocal scores for The Unsinkable Molly Brown; a published version of the play The Highest Tree by Schary; a 1973-1974 scrapbook; Schary's research files on Israel; and miscellaneous writings by others, including Belle Baker--The Incomparable and Shadow in the Sun.
Herzl
Box   1
Folder   1
Script, copyright 1975
Note: With annotations and script notes for reading.
Box   1
Folder   2
Script, copyright 1975-1976
Box   1
Folder   3
Inka-Dinka-Do: script record
Note: Includes names of Paul Anka, Bobby Van, and Alan King.
Box   1
Folder   4
The Unsinkable Molly Brown, circa 1960
Note: Published vocal scores for individual songs, artist copy and commercial versions.
Box   1
Folder   5
The Highest Tree / play by Dore Schary, in Contemporary American Drama, 1964
Box   1
Folder   6
Scrapbook: photocopy, reduced, 1973-1974
Box   1
Folder   7
Belle Baker--The Incomparable / story by Nicole Baker
Box   1
Folder   8
Shadow in the Sun, script and correspondence from Steve Karp
Box   1
Folder   9
Partial draft of a novel by Brett Jay Markel
Box   2
Research files on Israel
Appendix: Prominent Correspondents in 1977 Additions
Name File Box/Folder
Adato, Perry Miller Inka Dinka Doo 142/6
Allen, Steve A, General 85/1-3
Anderson, Marian Eleanor Roosevelt Cancer Foundation 96/6
Annenberg, Walter A, General 85/1-3
Atkinson, Brooks A, General 85/1-3
Auchincloss, Louis A, ,General 85/1-3
Bayh, Birch B, General 90/1-3
Beame, Abraham B, General 90/1-3
Bellamy, Ralph Ralph Bellamy 90/6
F, General 97/8-9
Benjamin, Robert B, General 90/1-3
Benny, Jack B, General 90/1-3
Berlin, Irving B, General 90/1-3
Berman, Shelly B, General 90/1-3
Bernstein, Leonard Confidential 156/1
Bloomgarden, Kermit B, General 90/1-3
Mary MacArthur Award 175/14
Buchwald, Art Art Buchwald 91/10
Buck, Pearl S. Committees 92/7-8
Buckley, William F., Jr. William F. Buckley, Jr. 91/11
Bush, George B, General 90/1-3
Caldwell, Taylor C, General 91/12--92/1
Capp, Al C, General 91/12--92/1
Carlisle, Kitty Moss Hart 99/8
Institute for International Education 101/8
XYZ, General 121/2
Carmichael, Stokely S, General 112/11--113/2
Cerf, Bennett C, General 91/12--92/1
Eleanor Roosevelt Memorial Foundation 96/7--97/4
Institute of International Education 101/8
Chayefsky, Paddy Eleanor Roosevelt Memorial Foundation 96/7--97/4
Chisholm, Shirley C, General 91/12--92/1
Church, Frank C, General 91/12--92/1
Clark, Tom C. C, General 91/12--92/1
Clurman, Harold C, General 91/12--92/1
Cooke, Terence Cardinal C, General 91/12--92/1
Cornell, Katherine C, General 91/12--92/1
Eleanor Roosevelt Memorial Foundation 96/7--97/4
Corwin, Norman C, General 91/12--92/1
Cousins, Norman C, General 91/12--92/1
Eleanor Roosevelt Memorial Foundation 96/7--97/4
Cronkite, Walter C, General 91/12--92/1
Cronyn, Hume C, General 91/12--92/1
Triple Play 149/15
Daly, John Charles D, General 94/1
Davis, Ossie D, General 94/1
Douglas, Kirk D, General 94/1
Douglas, Paul D, General 94/1
Dozier, William D, General 94/1
Eben, Abba E, General 96/5
Eisenhower, Dwight E, General 96/5
Eisenhower, Milton Committees 92/7-8
Fonda, Henry F, General 97/8-9
Frances, Arlene Jill Schary, miscellaneous 80/1
Furness, Betty Adlai Stevenson Memorial, 1965 114/9-11
Garson, Greer G, General 98/7-9
Eleanor Roosevelt Memorial Foundation 96/7--97/4
Goldberg, Arthur Arthur Goldberg 98/13
Grant, Cary G, General 98/7-9
Guinness, Sir Alec G, General 98/7-9
Halsted, Anna Roosevelt H, General 99/6-7
Hammerstein, Oscar H, General 99/6-7
Hansberry, Lorraine H, General 99/6-7
Harriman, W. Averell Committees 92/7-8
Hart, Dolores H, General 99/6-7
Hart, Moss Moss Hart 99/8
Havoc, June H, General 99/6-7
Hayes, Helen Committees 92/7-8
Hellman, Lillian Dramatists Guild Fund 95/4--96/2
Hemingway, Mary H, General 99/6-7
Hersholt, Jean Academy Award Show, 18th 85/4
Hoover, J. Edgar H, General 99/6-7
Hopper, Hedda Hedda Hopper 99/12
Houseman, John C, General 91/12--92/1
Humphrey, Hubert Democratic Party 94/3-5
Javits, Jacob J, General 102/8
Committees 92/7-8
Jessel, George Committees 92/7-8
Hedda Hopper 99/12
Johnson, Lady Bird Lyndon Johnson 103/7-8
Johnson, Lyndon Lyndon, Johnson 103/7-8
Kanin, Garson K, General 103/9--104/2
Kaye, Danny K, General 103/9--104/2
Kazan, Elia K, General 103/9--104/2
Kennedy, John John Kennedy 104/5-6
Kennedy, Jacqueline John Kennedy 104/5-6
Kennedy, Robert Robert Kennedy 104/7
Kerr, Jean K,General 103/9--104/2
Kerr, Walter K, General 103/9--104/2
N, General 108/12-14
Kinoy, Ernest Ernest Kinoy 104/8
Kintner, Robert Eleanor Roosevelt Memorial Foundation 96/7--97/4
Kubrick, Stanley K, General 103/9--104/2
Kupcinet, Irv K, General 103/9--104/2
Langner, Lawrence Lawrence Langner 105/2
Theatre Guild 117/1
Lavery, Emmett L, General 104/10--105/1
Lawford, Peter Eleanor Roosevelt Memorial Foundation 96/7--97/4
Lerner, Alan J. Committees 92/7-8
Leroy, Mervin L, General 104/10--105/1
Levine, David E. Dramatists Guild 95/4--96/2
Lindsay, Howard Dramatists Guild 95/4--96/2
Players Club 111/6
Lindsay, John V. L, General 104/10--105/1
Loew, Arthur M. L, General 104/10--105/1
MacLeish, Archibald M, General 106/3-6
March, Fredric M, General 106/3-6
Minnelli, Liza G, General 98/7-9
Mondale, Walter M, General 106/3-6
Moore, Gary Committees 92/7-8
Muni, Paul Council for Civic Unity 93/6
Murphy, George M, General 106/3-6
Muskie, Edmund M, General 106/3-6
Myerson, Bess Institute for International Education 101/8
Neal, Patricia N, General 108/12-14
Nemiroff, Robert N, General 108/12-14
Newhart, Bob N, General 108/12-14
Newman, Paul N, General 108/12-14
Niven, David N, General 108/12-14
Paley, William S. Eleanor Roosevelt Memorial Foundation 96/7--97/14
Parson, Louella P, General 111/1-2
Peale, Norman Vincent P, General 111/1-2
Poitier, Sidney P, General 111/1-2
Powell, Dick P, General 111/1-2
Quinn, Anthony Q, General 111/9
Reuther, Walter Citizens Crusade Against Poverty 92/5
Robbins, Jerome R, General 111/11-12
Robinson, Edward G. R, General 111/11-12
Robinson, Jackie R. General 111/11-12
Rockwell, George Lincoln Arnold Forster 158/7
John Birch Society 159/22-23
Rodgers, Richard R, General 111/11-12
M, General 106/3-6
Adlai Stevenson Memorial, 1965 114/9-11
Roosevelt, Eleanor Eleanor Roosevelt 112/7
Roosevelt, Franklin, Jr. R, General 111/11-12
Roosevelt, James Eleanor Roosevelt Cancer Foundation 96/6
Rose, Billy Eleanor Roosevelt Memorial Foundation 96/7--97/4
Rosten, Leo Leo Rosten 112/9
Ruby, Harry R, General 111/11-12
Ryan, Robert R, General 111/11-12
Sane Nuclear Policy 108/20--109/1
Sands, Diana F, General 97/8-9
Sarnoff, David S, General 112/11--113/2
Committee 92/7-8
Schlesinger, Arthur, Jr. S, General 112/11--113/2
Americans for Democratic Action 86/8
Seaton, George S, General 112/11--113/2
Selznick, David O. David Selznick, Academy Award Show, 18th 113/12--114/1
Sharif, Omar S, General-AD 153/1
Simon, Paul S, General 112/11--113/2
Sinatra, Frank (i.e. Fr. Paul) S, General 112/11--113/2
Spellman, Cardinal S, General 112/11--113/2
Spiegel, Samuel S, General 112/11--113/2
Spivak, Lawrence Eleanor Roosevelt Memorial Foundation 96/7--97/4
Spock, Dr. Benjamin Sane Nuclear Policy 108/20--109/1
Stern, Isaac B, General 90/1-3
Stevens, George, Jr. U, General 117/8
Stevenson, Adlai Eleanor Roosevelt Memorial Foundation 96/7--97/4
Eleanor Roosevelt Cancer Foundation 96/6
Stevenson, Adlai, III S, General 112/11--113/2
Adlai Stevenson Memorial, 1965 114/9-11
Adlai Stevenson Memorial, 1968 115/2
Stout, Rex S, General 112/11--113/12
Susskind, David S, General 112/11--113/12
Sullivan, Ed Committees 92/7-8
Skouras, Spyros P. Committees 92/7-8
Tebet, David T, General 115/8
Thomas, Norman Committees 92/7-8
Tracy, Spencer T, General 115/8
Tree, Marietta Committees 92/7-8
Truman, Harry Harry Truman 117/5
U Thant U, General 117/8
Uris, Leon U, General 117/8
Valenti, Jack Amafro Films Inc. 85/8
Van Doren, Mark Sane Nuclear Policy 108/20--109/1
Wagner, Robert F. W, General 118/6-7
Committees 92/7-8
Water conservation 120/5
Walker, Robert W, General 118/6-7
Wallace, Mike Committees 92/7-8
Warner, Jack W, General 118/6-7
Warren, Earl W, General 118/6-7
Whitmore, James Sane Nuclear Policy 108/20--109/1
Wilkins, Roy N, General 108/12-14
Wilson, Earl W, General 118/6-7
Committees 92/7-8
Winchell, Walter W, General 118/6-7
Winters, Shelley W, General 118/6-7
Yorty, Sam XYZ, General 121/2
Young, Andrew XYZ, General 121/2
Zanuck, Darryl F. XYZ, General 121/2