Draper Manuscripts: King's Mountain Papers, 1756-1887

Contents List

Container Title
U.S. Mss 136AN
Series: General Correspondence and Related Material
Box   1
Folder   1-9
A (General), 1940-1966
Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences
Box   1
Folder   10-23
1940-1945
Box   2
Folder   1-10
1946-1950, 1960-1963
Box   2
Folder   11-12
Academy Research Council, 1943
Box   2
Folder   13
Addresses, Invitation and Mailing Lists, 1942-1948, undated
Note: See also Address Books in Personal Papers Series (Box 33) and Invitations in Wanger Correspondence Files (Box 28-29).
Agents
Box   2
Folder   14-25
1941-1964
Box   3
Folder   1
1965-1966
Box   3
Folder   2-10
Agents Client Lists, 1956-1965
Box   3
Folder   11
Air Power League, 1946
Box   3
Folder   12
All Saints Church, 1944
Box   3
Folder   13
Allen, James, 1941-1942, 1947, 1950
Box   3
Folder   14
Allied Artists, 1955
Box   3
Folder   15
American Council on Education, 1965
Box   3
Folder   16
American Heritage Project, 1958
Box   3
Folder   17-20
American National Theatre and Academy (ANTA), 1950-1958
Box   3
Folder   21
American Veterans Committee, 1947
Box   3
Folder   22
Antioch College, 1947-1948
Box   3
Folder   23-29
Applications, Employment, 1943-1954, 1960
Box   3
Folder   30
Atlantic Union Committee, 1950
Box   3
Folder   31
Audience Research, 1949
Box   3
Folder   31a
Autographed Photographs, undated
B (General)
Box   3
Folder   32-38
1932, 1940-1946
Box   4
Folder   1-20
1947-1966
Box   4
Folder   21
Bankers Trust Company, 1948-1950
Box   4
Folder   22
Bechhold, Siegfried, 1952-1955
Item B37
Bergman, Ingrid, caricature of Bergman skiing as Joan of Arc with a personalized note and autograph, undated
U.S. Mss 136AN
Box   4
Folder   23
Bernhard, Joseph, Film Classics, Inc., 1947-1949
Box   4
Folder   24-25
Bernstein, Sidney, 1940-1942, 1946-1950
Box   5
Folder   1-10
Bienstock, Abraham and Marge, 1938-1950
Box   5
Folder   11
Braniff, T.E., 1950
Box   5
Folder   12
British-American Tax Agreement, 1948-1949
Box   5
Folder   13-15
British Information Services, 1943-1947
C (General)
Box   5
Folder   16-25
1932, 1934, 1938-1952
Box   6
Folder   1-13
1953-1966
Box   6
Folder   14
Cartwright, Morse A., 1943
Box   6
Folder   15
Censorship, 1961
Note: See also individual film files in Film Production Files series.
Box   6
Folder   16
Chessman, Caryl, 1953-1954, 1959-1960
Box   6
Folder   17
Collier's Congressional Awards, 1946-1947
Box   6
Folder   18
Columbia Broadcasting System (CBS), 1941, 1945, 1949-1950
Box   6
Folder   19-26
Council on Foreign Relations, 1951-1966
Box   6
Folder   26a
Council of Motion Picture Organizations, Inc., 1950-1952
Box   6
Folder   27
Cowles, Gardner, 1946-1950
Box   6
Folder   28-35
Criminology, General, 1956-1963
Box   6
Folder   36
Crowther, Geoffrey, 1947-1949
Box   6
Folder   37
Crum, Bartley C., 1942-1948
Box   6
Folder   38-41
Crusade for Freedom, June 1950-February 1951
Box   7
Folder   1-20
D (General), 1941-1966
Box   7
Folder   21-32
Dartmouth College, 1941-1966
Box   7
Folder   33
Deluxe Lab, 1949
Box   7
Folder   34
Disney, Walt, 1943-1945
Box   7
Folder   35
Downey, Sheridan, 1944-1945
Box   7
Folder   36
Dunhill, Alfred of London (Tobacconist), 1940-1945
E (General)
Box   7
Folder   37-39
1932, 1941-1950
Box   8
Folder   1-3
1951-1966
Box   8
Folder   4-8
Employment, 1961-1966
Box   8
Folder   9
Erickson, Clarence E., 1940-1941
Box   8
Folder   10-27
F (General), 1932, 1939-1966
Box   8
Folder   28
Famous Artists, 1951-1956
Box   8
Folder   29
Fidler-Wanger Debate, 1939-1940
Note: See also Speeches (Box 36-37).
Box   8
Folder   30-31
Figaro, Inc., 1957-1958
Note: See also Correspondence with Robert Lantz (Box 11-12).
Box   8
Folder   32
Fleming, Victor, 1948-1949
Free World Association
Note: See also related series Free World Association.
Box   8
Folder   33-35
1943-August 1944
Box   9
Folder   1-4
September 1944-1945
Box   9
Folder   5-13
G (General), 1939-1966
Box   9
Folder   14
Germany, 1950
Box   9
Folder   15
Gospel in Stone, 1950
H (General)
Box   9
Folder   16-22
1938, 1940-1947
Box   10
Folder   1-18
1948-1966
Box   10
Folder   19
Harrison, Kay, 1948-1949
Box   10
Folder   20
Hayward, Susan, 1946-1949
Box   10
Folder   21
Health Organizations, 1947
Box   10
Folder   22
Historical Project Proposed by Wanger, 1948
Box   10
Folder   23-32
I (General), 1941-1941, 1946-1965
Box   10
Folder   33-34
Industrial Areas Foundation, 1944-1947
Box   10
Folder   34a
Italian Consulate, February-October 1966
Box   10
Folder   35-40
J (General), 1938-1966
Jewish Organizations and Groups
Note: See also Organizations (Box 14-17).
Box   10
Folder   41-42
1942-1943
Box   11
Folder   1-4
1945-1949
Box   11
Folder   5-14
K (General), 1940-1966
Item A372
Kadny, Capt. Hassan, letter with a hand-sewn replica of the Palestinian flag, January 1919
U.S. Mss 136AN
Box   11
Folder   15
Kline, Herbert, 1945
L (General)
Box   11
Folder   16-25
1940-1951
Box   12
Folder   1-7
1952-1966
Box   12
Folder   8
La Dolce Vita, 1961
Box   12
Folder   9
Lang, Fritz, 1945
Box   12
Folder   10
Lee and Losh, 1943-1945
Box   12
Folder   11-12
Los Angeles Committee on Foreign Relations, 1958, 1961
Box   12
Folder   13
Los Angeles Committee for Home Front Unity, 1944-1945
Box   12
Folder   14
Los Angeles County Association for Mental Health, 1960-1961
M (General)
Box   12
Folder   15-25
1937-1953
Box   13
Folder   1-8
1954-1966
Box   13
Folder   9
McGee, Richard, 1953-1955
Box   13
Folder   10
Marshall Plan, 1948
Box   13
Folder   11
Maugham, Robin, 1954-1955
Box   13
Folder   12
MCA Artists, Ltd., 1951-1956
Box   13
Folder   13
Meals for Millions, 1950
Box   13
Folder   14
MGM Interoffice Memos, 1966
Box   13
Folder   15
Monogram Memos, 1951-1953
Box   13
Folder   16
Morris, William Agency, 1951-1956
Box   13
Folder   17-21
Motion Picture Association (MPA), 1940-1950
Box   13
Folder   22
Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA), 1951-1955
Motion Picture Industry Council
Box   13
Folder   23-24
1948-1951
Box   14
Folder   1-2
1952-1958
Box   14
Folder   3
Motion Picture Relief Fund, Inc., 1941-1943
Box   14
Folder   4
Motion Picture Society for the Americas, 1942-1943
Box   14
Folder   5-8
N (General), 1932, 1938, 1942-1966
Box   14
Folder   9
National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, 1940-1944
Box   14
Folder   10
National Youth Administration, 1941
Box   14
Folder   11-17
0 (General), 1940-1966
Box   14
Folder   15-16
Occidental College, 1943-1945
Box   14
Folder   17-18
Office of War Information, 1942-1945
Box   14
Folder   19
Opuls, Max, 1949-1950
Organizations
Note: See also Jewish Organizations and Groups (Box 10-11).
Box   14
Folder   20-23
1942-1943, N
Box   15
Folder   1-23
1943, P - 1945, Pu
Box   16
Folder   1-19
1945, R-W; 1947-1949, C
Box   17
Folder   1-6
1949, L - 1965
Box   17
Folder   6A
Osborne and Harvey, 1942-1946
Box   17
Folder   7-17
P (General), 1932-1966
Box   17
Folder   18-20
Palmer, Gretta, 1943-1951
Item A371
Paramount Studios, illuminated Christmas card in a leather folder with signatures from co-workers, including Claudette Colbert and Maurice Chevalier, December 1929
U.S. Mss 136AN
Box   17
Folder   21-22
The Players, 1960-1966
Box   17
Folder   23
Prelude to Victory, 1942
Box   18
Folder   1
Princeton Film Center, 1954-1955
Box   18
Folder   2
Prison Inmates, 1953-1955
Box   18
Folder   3-5
Producers and Producers Association, 1942-1945, 1947
Box   18
Folder   6-8
Publications and Literary Rights, 1943-1945
Note: See also Story Information and Correspondence (Box 23).
Box   18
Folder   9
Publicity, 1960, 1964
Box   18
Folder   10-14
Publishers, 1941-1942, 1948-1950
Box   18
Folder   15
Q (General), 1941-1965
R (General)
Box   18
Folder   16-32
1932, 1938, 1943-1959
Box   19
Folder   1-2
1960-1966
Box   19
Folder   3
Radio Show Ideas - Correspondence, 1941
Box   19
Folder   4
Randall, Barbara - Correspondence and Book Reports, 1945-1950
Box   19
Folder   5
Randall, Viola, 1952
Box   19
Folder   6-7
Rank, J. Arthur, 1945-1949
Box   19
Folder   8
Reader's Digest, 1955
Box   19
Folder   9
Red Cross, 1944-1945
Box   19
Folder   10
Re: Michael Redgrave, 1946-1948
Box   19
Folder   11
Retail Dry Goods Association, 1950
Box   19
Folder   12
RKO, 1946-1950, 1956
Box   19
Folder   13
Rogers, Will, 1942-1943
S (General)
Box   19
Folder   14-24
1932-1933, 1938, 1942-June, 1950
Box   20
Folder   1-16
July, 1950-1966
Box   20
Folder   17
San Francisco Press Conference, 1948
Box   20
Folder   18-19
Saturday Review, 1942-1943
Box   20
Folder   20
Schwartz, Charles (Schwartz and Frolich), 1937-1942
Screen Producers Guild and Other Guilds
Box   20
Folder   21
1940-1944
Box   21
Folder   1-6
1944-1955
Scripts Returned Correspondence
Box   21
Folder   7-27
1942-1949
Box   22
Folder   1
1950
Box   22
Folder   2
Services, 1966
Sheraton Closed Circuit Television See Television - Sheraton (Box 23-24)
Box   22
Folder   3-10
Silberberg, Mendel, 1934-1965
Scope and Content Note: Includes legal correspondence with Mitchell, Silberberg, and Knupp law firm.
Box   22
Folder   11-24
Society of Independent Motion Picture Producers (SIMPP), 1941-1958
Box   22
Folder   25
Sonnenberg, Benjamin, 1943-1945
Box   22
Folder   26
Spadea Syndicate, 1953
Box   22
Folder   27
Speakers Bureau, 1944-1945
Box   22
Folder   28
Stassen, Harold E., 1942, 1945
Box   23
Folder   1
Story Information and Correspondence, 1947-1950
Note: See also Publications and Literary Rights (Box 18).
Box   23
Folder   2-9
T (General), 1938, 1940-1966
Box   23
Folder   10
Talent Seeking, 1947-1950
Box   23
Folder   11
Tasker, Dana, 1951-1954
Television
Box   23
Folder   12-16
General and FM Radio, 1945-1953
Box   23
Folder   17
Toll Television, 1957-1958, 1962-1965
Box   23
Folder   18-19
Closed Circuit, 1954-1955
Sheraton Closed Circuit Project
Box   23
Folder   20
Data Book and Dealer Meeting Transcript, 1955
Box   23
Folder   21
New York Office Records, 1956-1957
Correspondence
Box   23
Folder   22-24
1954-October 1955
Box   24
Folder   1-3
November 1955-1956
Box   24
Folder   4
Zenith, 1955
Box   24
Folder   5
Time-Life, 1937-1945
Twentieth-Century Fox
Box   24
Folder   6
Casting, 1959-1960
Box   24
Folder   7
Memos, 1961
Box   24
Folder   8
Stories, 1959-1960
Box   24
Folder   9
Two Cities-Wanger, 1946
Box   24
Folder   10
U (General), 1941-1942, 1948-1956, 1958-1959, 1962, 1966
Box   24
Folder   11
United Artists, 1946-1950
Box   24
Folder   12-16
Universal, 1942-1949
Box   24
Folder   17
University Religious Conference, 1943-1944
Box   24
Folder   18-22
V (General), 1938-1966
Box   24
Folder   23
Variety Club, 1962, 1965-1966
Box   24
Folder   24
von Morpungo, Henry, 1957
W (General)
Box   24
Folder   25-29
1932-1933, 1940-1944
Box   25
Folder   1-19
1945-1966
Box   25
Folder   20
Wall Street Journal, 1948
Walter Wanger Family and Personal Correspondence
Box   26
Folder   1-2
Wanger, Henry and Etta, 1945-1965
Box   27
Folder   1
Wanger, Justine - Papers, News clippings, Correspondence, 1938-1960
Box   26
Folder   3
Bena, Melinda Markey Hayden, 1952-1965
Box   26
Folder   4-7
Wanger, Shelley, 1948, 1952, 1956-1966
Box   26
Folder   8-9
Guest, Stephanie Wanger, 1946, 1949, 1952-1965
Box   26
Folder   10
Lists of Letters Sent Following Wanger's Heart Attack, March-April 1956
Box   26
Folder   11
Wanger's Birthday, 1952
Correspondence with European Relatives and Refugees
Box   27
Folder   2
Bernd, Elsa, Alfred, Bernhard and Hanna, 1939-1941
Box   27
Folder   3
Bittman, Johannes, Margarete and Eva, 1941-1942
Box   27
Folder   4
Dachauer, Simon, 1938-1947
Box   27
Folder   5
Gerst, Natalie, 1941
Box   27
Folder   6
Krautkopf Family, 1938-1941
Box   27
Folder   7
Krausz, Suzy and Laszlo (with Genealogy), 1946-1949
Box   27
Folder   8
Mallesch, Elly Kleinwort von (Joan Bennett's maid), 1947-1948
Box   27
Folder   9
Stern, Babette Stahl, 1938-1941
Box   27
Folder   10
Strauss, Else and Moritz, 1937-1943
Box   27
Folder   11
Wiesengrund, Lucie, 1942-1944
Christmas Card and Gift Lists and Correspondence, Thank You Letters
Box   27
Folder   12-17
1937-1942
Box   26
Folder   12-27
1943-1944, 1946-1958
Box   28
Folder   1-8
1959-1966
Box   28
Folder   9-10
Donations, 1947, 1965
Note: See also Income Tax records in Corporate Records Series (Box 42-43).
Invitations - Personal, Premiere and Theatre, Membership, Political, and Donation Solicitation
Box   28
Folder   11-20
1943-1945, 1948-1956
Box   29
Folder   1-28
1957-1966
Parties Given - Invitations, Correspondence, Lists
Box   29
Folder   29
Bienstock Party, 1948
Box   29
Folder   30
Jean Simmons Party, 1948
Box   30
Folder   1
Robert Young Party, 1948
Box   30
Folder   2
Christmas Party, 1959
Box   30
Folder   3-4
Subscriptions, 1939-1965
Trips
Box   30
Folder   5
U.S., 1940, including Speeches
Box   30
Folder   6
London, 1946
Box   30
Folder   7
New York, 1948
Box   30
Folder   8
Children's Trip to Europe, 1949
Box   30
Folder   9
Philadelphia, 1954
Box   30
Folder   9A
New York, 1955
Box   30
Folder   10
New York, 1959
Box   30
Folder   11
London, 1966
War Information, Office of, See Office of War Information (Box 14)
Box   31
Folder   1-2
Warburg, Paul, 1939-1943
Box   31
Folder   3-5
Washington, D.C., 1940-1945
Box   31
Folder   6
Willkie, Wendell, 1941-1944
Box   31
Folder   7
Wright, Loyd, 1938-1942
Box   31
Folder   8
Writers/Producers Guild, 1964-1965
Box   31
Folder   9
Y (General), 1941-1966
Box   32
Folder   1
Young America, 1945
Box   32
Folder   2-4
Z (General), 1941-1966
Box   32
Folder   5
Miscellany, undated
Series: Diaries, Speeches, Appointment Calendars, Notes, and Other Personal Papers
Box   33
Folder   1
Biographical Sketches and Data
Address Books and Directories
Box   33
Folder   2
Address Books, circa 1954-1955
Box   33
Folder   3
Telephone and Address Directory, circa 1954
Box   33
Folder   4-6
Foreign Address Directories, 1960, 1962, undated, London Addresses, 1960-1961, Egyptian Address Book, 1962
Box   33
Folder   7
Application and Supporting Documents for Army Commission, 1942
Appointment Calendars
Box   33
Folder   8
1921
Box   33
Folder   9
Pocket Calendars and Diaries, 1922, 1923, 1934
Note: Blank books discarded.
Box   33
Folder   10
Calendar and Diary, 1932
Box   33
Folder   11
Pocket Appointment Calendars and Diaries, 1939, 1940, 1947
Box   33
Folder   12
1941
Box   33
Folder   13
Pocket Appointment Calendars and Diaries, 1945, 1946, 1953, 1956-1958
Box   33
Folder   14
Pocket Appointment Calendars and Diaries, 1948, 1949, 1955
Box   33
Folder   15
1949
Box   33
Folder   16
Staff (Marie Kirchner?) Appointment Calendar, 1949
Note: Blank pages discarded.
Box   33
Folder   17
1951
Box   33
Folder   18
1951 (Kept by Staff)
Box   33
Folder   19
1952
Box   33
Folder   20
1954
Box   33
Folder   21
Pocket Appointment Calendar, 1954
Box   33
Folder   22
Calendar and Diary, 1957 (Kept by Wanger)
Box   34
Folder   1
1957 (Kept by Staff)
Box   34
Folder   2
1958 (Kept by Wanger)
Box   34
Folder   3
1958 (Kept by Staff)
Box   34
Folder   4
October 1959-September 1960
Box   34
Folder   5
Pocket Appointment Calendars and Diaries, 1959, 1960, 1962
Box   34
Folder   6
1960 (Kept by Staff)
Box   34
Folder   7
Pocket Appointment Calendar, 1961
Box   34
Folder   8
May-August 1961 (Kept by Staff)
Box   34
Folder   9
August-December 1962 (Kept by Staff)
Box   34
Folder   10
1963, 1965
Appointments, Memoranda, and Notes
Box   34
Folder   11
Notes, 1949
Box   34
Folder   12
Notes and Memoranda, 1952-1956
Box   34
Folder   13-19
Notes, 1957-1966
Box   34
Folder   20
Notes, undated
Box   34
Folder   21
Certificates and Awards, 1914-1964
Box   34
Folder   22
Memorabilia, 1918-1936, undated
Personal Diaries
Box   35
Folder   1-14
1927, 1928, 1930(?), 1931, 1933, 1937, 1955, 1956, 1958, 1959, 1960, September-December 1960, 1961, 1962
Note: Annotated by Wanger and Attorneys for Lawsuit Against 20th Century-Fox.
Box   36
Folder   1-3
1963-1965
Micro 966
Portions of Diaries Microfilmed by Wanger's Attorneys for Wanger's Lawsuit Against Twentieth Century-Fox, 1962
Note: For other diaries, see Walter Wanger's Diary and My Life with Cleopatra files (Box 71-72) and Cleopatra Lawsuit Files (Box 74).
Reel   1
Portion Labeled A, September 30-December 31, 1958
Reel   1
Portion Labeled H, September 30-December 31, 1958
Reel   1
Portion Labeled B, December 29, 1958-January 1960
Reel   1
Portion Labeled C, December 10, 1959-May 9, 1960 (kept by Francine Fitch)
Reel   1
Portion Labeled D, January 8-April 30, 1960
Reel   1
Portion Labeled G, September 21-December 31, 1960
Reel   1
Portion Labeled E, January 1-December 31, 1961
Reel   1
Portion Labeled F, January 1-December 31, 1962
Reel   2
Portion Labeled I, January 1, 1959-January 17, 1960
Reel   2
Portion Labeled J, January 1, 1960-January 15, 1961
Reel   2
Portion Labeled K, January 1, 1961-January 8, 1962
Reel   2
Portion Labeled L, January 1, 1962-January 8, 1963
Reel   3
January 22-December 31, 1962
U.S. Mss 136AN
Box   36
Folder   4
Medical Records
Box   36
Folder   4A
Passports, 1933, 1946, 1953
Box   36
Folder   4B
Personal Papers and Correspondence, Early, 1908-1920, undated
Micro 1042
Microfilmed Scrapbooks and Newspaper Clippings
Note: Originals discarded after filming.
Reel   6
Scrapbook of Clippings about the play Purple Slipper and the Philadelphia Theatre (formerly the Little Theatre), October 1919
Reel   6
Famous Players-Lasky Corporation Clippings, May 1921
Reel   6
Covent Garden Opera House and Rivoli Cinema, November 1921-October 1922
Reel   6
Provincial Cinematograph Theatres (PCT), 1923
General Clippings
Reel   6
1938-1940, 1944
Reel   7
1946-1947, 1952-1959
Reel   7
Variety Clippings, 1961-1963
Scope and Content Note: Material concerning Cleopatra, Spyros Skouras, and Twentieth-Century Fox, slightly annotated by Wanger, apparently for his lawsuit.
Reel   7
Miscellaneous Press Releases and Articles
U.S. Mss 136AN
Speeches
Box   36
Folder   5
List of Speeches
Box   36
Folder   6
“Films as Foreign Offices,” December 10, 1921
Box   36
Folder   7
“Associated Film Audiences,” Fall 1938
Box   36
Folder   8
“The Wherefore of Movie Ills,” November 17, 1938
Box   36
Folder   9
“What is America's Greatest Need Today,” December 29, 1938
Box   36
Folder   10
“Don Forbes' Hollywood Scrapbook,” January 6, 1938
Box   36
Folder   11
Box Office, re: movie Blockade, January 7, 1939
Box   36
Folder   12
Town Meeting, February 20, 1939
Box   36
Folder   13
“A New Hollywood,” February 26, 1939
Box   36
Folder   14
American Library Association, June 23, 1939
Box   36
Folder   15
“The Stars Call Them Leeches,” September 9, 1939
Box   36
Folder   16
Fidler v. Wanger and Wanger v. Fidler, Sept.-Oct. 1939
Box   36
Folder   17
“120,000 American Ambassadors,” October 1939
Box   36
Folder   18
Academy Speech, February 29, 1940
Box   36
Folder   19
“Social Significance of the Motion Picture,” April 1, 1940
Box   36
Folder   20
“The Role of the Motion Picture in Inter-American Understanding,” August 1, 1940
Box   36
Folder   21
“The High Morale of Free Men,” November 24, 1940
Box   36
Folder   22
Round Table, University of Chicago, December 22, 1940
Box   36
Folder   23
Theatre Arts, post 1940
Box   36
Folder   24
Pasadena Civic Auditorium, January 9, 1941
Box   36
Folder   25
“Motion Pictures - An Avenue of Pan-American Understanding,” January 16, 1941
Box   36
Folder   26
Town Meeting, March 3, 1941
Box   36
Folder   27
“Streamlining Motion Pictures to Meet a Crisis,” March 28, 1941
Box   36
Folder   28
Academy Awards Dinner, 1941
Box   36
Folder   29
Variety Club Seventh Annual Convention, May 1941
Box   36
Folder   30
“An Open Letter to Franklin D. Roosevelt,” August 2, 1941
Box   36
Folder   31
“The Role of Movies in Morale,” November 1941
Box   36
Folder   32
“Censorship and Propaganda in Motion Pictures,” Saturday Review of Literature, circa 1941
Box   36
Folder   33
Walter Winchell Guest Column, circa 1941
Box   36
Folder   34
“Propaganda in Films,” January 26, 1942
Box   36
Folder   35
Academy Speech, February 26, 1942
Box   36
Folder   36
Anniversary Address, KFWB Radio, March 19, 1942
Box   36
Folder   37
“Against Isolationism,” March 20, 1942
Box   36
Folder   38
Variety Club Pan-American Night, April 6, 1942
Box   36
Folder   39
United Nations Luncheon, May 12, 1942
Box   36
Folder   40
“Is the United States All-Out for War?” September 17, 1942
Box   36
Folder   41
“Movies - The War and After,” September 18, 1942
Box   36
Folder   42
Earl Warren Broadcast, October 16, 1942
Box   36
Folder   43
“Upheaval in Hollywood,” Correspondence, 1942
Box   36
Folder   44
“OWI and Motion Pictures,” Spring 1943
Box   36
Folder   45
“The Motion Picture and the Fight for Freedom,” June 25, 1943
Box   36
Folder   46
“Hollywood, U.S.A.,” USA Magazine, 1943
Box   36
Folder   47
“The Movie of Tomorrow,” circa 1943
Box   36
Folder   48
Writers Congress, 1943
Box   36
Folder   49
“Post-War Is Now,” June 16, 1944
Box   36
Folder   50
Campaign Speeches for Roosevelt, 1944
Box   36
Folder   51
Society of Motion Picture Engineers, May 14, 1945
Box   36
Folder   52
Michael Sheridan, August 28, 1945
Box   36
Folder   53
Hollywood Survey, November 8, 1945
Box   36
Folder   54
“One + One = Two (Billions),” circa 1945
Box   36
Folder   55
Founder's Day, Denver, circa 1945
Box   36
Folder   56
“The Film Way,” post 1945
Box   36
Folder   57
“How We Did Our Own Specific Jobs - The Movies,” Article for Simon and Schuster, circa 1945
Box   36
Folder   58
“America's Secret Weapon,” circa World War II
Box   36
Folder   59
“How Free Do You Want to Be?,” circa World War II
Box   36
Folder   60
“Motion Pictures: A Force for International Cooperation,” post World War II
Box   36
Folder   61
On the Popularity of Westerns, February 26, 1946
Box   36
Folder   62
“Gun and Camera,” May 13, 1946
Box   36
Folder   63
Technicolor News and Views, June 1946
Box   36
Folder   64
Survey Associates Dinner, December 3, 1946
Box   36
Folder   65
Advertising Club Luncheon, April 21, 1947
Box   36
Folder   66
Clare Boothe Luce, May 1, 1947
Box   36
Folder   67
“United States Propaganda,” Fall 1947
Box   36
Folder   68
Letter to Gardner Cowles, December 24, 1947
Box   37
Folder   1
Reference File, 1947
Box   37
Folder   2
Wall Street Journal Article, August 1948
Box   37
Folder   3
Reference File, 1948
Box   37
Folder   4
“Tulsa” Speech, April 12, 1949
Box   37
Folder   5
Article re: George Orwell's 1984, July 1949
Box   37
Folder   6
Reference File, 1949
Box   37
Folder   7
“Donald Duck and World Diplomacy,” March 30, 1950
Box   37
Folder   8
“Wooden Shoes and Silken Slippers,” May 31, 1950
Box   37
Folder   9
28th Annual NIAA Conference, 1950
Disc 195A
No.   1
Council of Motion Picture Organizations, Inc., July 26, 1951
U.S. Mss 136AN
Box   37
Folder   10
National Committee for Free Europe, Inc., circa 1951
Box   37
Folder   11
Autobiographical Material and Appeals During Trial and Sentencing, May 1952
Box   37
Folder   12
“What I Learned in Prison,” October 1952
Box   37
Folder   13
“What I Found in Jail,” 1953
Note: See also Riot in Cell Block 11 Reference Files (Box 89-90).
Box   37
Folder   14-15
The Forward Look, June 1955
Box   37
Folder   16
American Booksellers Association, October 12, 1955
Box   37
Folder   17
Farmers Insurance Representatives, September 15, 1955
Box   37
Folder   18
Notes, Material for Speech (On the Movies?), 1956
Box   37
Folder   19
“Hollywood's Finest Hour,” March 3, 1958
Box   37
Folder   20
“Living in an International Goldfish Bowl,” May 8, 1959
Box   37
Folder   21
Reference File, 1950s
Box   37
Folder   22
“It's Here - The Knowledge Explosion,” January 5, 1964
Box   37
Folder   23
Dartmouth Address, June 1966
Box   37
Folder   24
“Back Seat Citizens,” undated
Box   37
Folder   25
“Children and the Theatre,” undated
Box   37
Folder   26
“Edison Defends the Machine Age,” undated
Box   37
Folder   27
Hollywood Reporter Annual, undated
Box   37
Folder   28
“How Free Do You Want to Be?,” undated
Box   37
Folder   29
“Important Fun,” G. Jones Interview of Wanger, undated
Box   37
Folder   30
Motion Picture Engineers, undated
Box   37
Folder   31
“Motion Pictures: A Force for International Cooperation,” undated
Box   37
Folder   32
Quigley Awards, undated
Box   37
Folder   33
For Adlai Stevenson, undated
Box   37
Folder   34
“What Is America's Greatest Need Today?,” undated
Box   37
Folder   35-36
World War I Scrapbook, Wanger's Dictated Notes (Transcription and Dictaphone Record); with Photos, Military Orders, Service Identification Card and Record, Volumes 1 and 2
Box   37
Folder   36A
World War I Enlistment Certificate, 1917; Pass; Officer's Record Book
Yearbooks
Box   37
Folder   37
Cascadilla Prep School, 1909
Box   37
Folder   37A
Cascadilla Prep School Athletic Letter Certificates, 1909, 1911
Box   37
Folder   38
Dartmouth College, 1914
Box   38
Folder   1
Dartmouth College, 1915
Series: Corporate and Financial Records
Personal and Family Financial Records
Box   38
Folder   2
Abandoned Projects, 1944-1945
Box   38
Folder   3
Charts of Accounts
Micro 1042
Reel   1
Frame   13-387
Account Book and Journal, 1942-1946 (Vol. 1)
Scope and Content Note: Lists Cash Received, 1943-1946, and Vouchers, 1942-1945; with Joan Bennett's Accounts, listing Cash Received, 1944-1946; Journal Vouchers, 1942-1945 (original discarded).
U.S. Mss 136AN
Box   38
Folder   4
Appraisals of Personal Property, 1937, 1953, 1956, 1959-1960; Wanger's Library, undated
Box   38
Folder   5
Audits, 1942, 1947
Box   38
Folder   5A
Bank Books, 1949-1950
Box   38
Folder   6
Bank, Loan, and Investment Statements (Chemical Bank and Trust Company), 1933, 1937-1938, 1941, 1943-1949
Bank Statements
Box   38
Folder   7-9
Regular Commercial Account, September 1942-December 1948, February 1951-December 1953
Note: May also include records of Walter Wanger Pictures, Inc.
Box   38
Folder   9A
Foreign Banks, 1949-1957
Box   38
Folder   10
Guaranty Trust Company of New York, London Branch, 1942-1949
Box   38
Folder   11
Legal Expense Account, with Correspondence, January 1952-May 1953
Box   38
Folder   12
Personal Account, January 1949-December 1950
Box   38
Folder   13
Special Account #1, with Cancelled Checks, September 1942-August 1944
Box   38
Folder   14
Special Account #2, with Cancelled Checks, May 1939-October 1944
Bank Statements and Cancelled Checks
Box   38
Folder   15-20
March-October 1954, December 1963-March 1964
Box   39
Folder   1-3
April-December 1964
Box   39
Folder   4
Bankruptcy Proceedings, Records, 1949-1954
Box   39
Folder   5
Bills for Loan-Outs to Other Studios, September 1945-November 1949
Box   39
Folder   6
Bonds - Record of Bonds Held by New York Trust Company, 1936-1945
Box   39
Folder   7
Bonds - U.S. Government Bonds, 1942-1948
Box   39
Folder   8-9
Breakdown of Accounts, October-December 1954, 1964
Box   39
Folder   10
Budgets, Account Withdrawals, Receipts and Disbursements, 1933
Box   39
Folder   11
Cash Budgets (Accountants Work Sheets), circa 1948-1950
Micro 1042
Reel   1
Frame   1-12
Cash Received, October 1942-December 1943 (Vol. 2)
Note: Original discarded after filming.
Reel   1
Frame   388-800
Cash Receipts and Check Register, January 1948-1953 (Vol. 3)
Note: Original discarded after filming.
U.S. Mss 136AN
Canadian Cooperation Project
Box   39
Folder   12
Annual Report, April 1949
Box   39
Folder   13
Correspondence, Story Summaries, and Other Papers, January 1945-May 1949, 1951
Box   39
Folder   14
Facilities Available in Canada, September 1948
Box   39
Folder   15
Ideas and Stories for Features and Shorts to be Produced, May 4, 1948
Box   39
Folder   16
Stockshot Index, November 18, 1948
Box   39
Folder   17
Weekly Cash Statements, Including Walter Wanger Pictures, Inc. and Other Companies, November 1943-December 1948
Box   39
Folder   18
Check Registers, December 1952-October 1953
Box   39
Folder   19
Cancelled Checks, October 1953-January 1954
Contracts and Agreements
Box   39
Folder   20
Contract Summaries for Wanger, Walter Wanger Pictures, Inc., Diana Corporation, and En Corporation/Sierra Pictures, Inc., 1945-1949
Box   40
Folder   1
Aktiebolaget Ars - Contract to Act as Representative and Correspondence, 1922-1923
Box   40
Folder   1A
Allied Artists Corp., Ltd., 1921
Box   40
Folder   2
Allied Artists Pictures Corp. - Correspondence and Contracts, 1954-1963
Box   40
Folder   3
Columbia Pictures Corp. - Employment Contracts and Termination of Contracts, 1931-1933
Box   40
Folder   4
Columbia Pictures Corp. - Correspondence re: Contracts, 1955
Box   40
Folder   5
Drew, Paula - Contracts, Loan-Out Agreements, Payroll Records and Correspondence (Including Scripts), 1946-1947
Box   40
Folder   6
Ewing, John (Art Director) - Contract and Payroll Records, 1945-1946
Box   40
Folder   7
Hayward, Susan - Contracts and Loan-Out Agreements, 1945-1949
Box   40
Folder   8
Houser, Mervyn, 1945-1947
Box   40
Folder   9
Ikerd, Percy, 1945-1949
Box   40
Folder   10
Lavery, Emmet (Writer), 1944-1945
Box   40
Folder   11
Lee, John C. (Public Relations), 1943-1944
Box   40
Folder   12
Loew's Inc. (MGM) - Contract Negotiation Documents, 1944-1945
Box   40
Folder   13
Mapleton Productions, Inc. - Employment Agreement, 1955
Box   40
Folder   14
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Corp., 1933-1934
Box   40
Folder   14A
Nassour, Edward and Joseph Bernhardt, 1949
Box   40
Folder   15
Paley, Jay - Legal Agreements, Correspondence, and Financial Records (With Wanger and Walter Wanger Productions, Inc.) 1934-1942
Box   40
Folder   16
Reynolds, Toni - Contracts and Payroll Records, 1946-1947
Box   40
Folder   17
United Artists, 1938
Box   40
Folder   18
Universal, 1942-1948
Box   40
Folder   19
Walter Wanger Productions, Inc., 1936-1941
Financial Correspondence
Morgan Maree (with Jess Morgan, Accountant and Business Manager), including Sydney Morse and Co., London
Box   40
Folder   20-28
1954-1963
Box   41
Folder   1-4
1964-1967
Box   41
Folder   5-7
Osborne and Harvey, including Weekly Balances, 1942-1946, 1952
Box   41
Folder   8
Expenditures by Wanger During Trip to France, September-November 1949, and to London, October-December 1949
Box   41
Folder   9
Expenditures During Italian Trips, June, August-September 1949
Expense Records
Box   41
Folder   10
Personal Expense Record Book (England), May 1960-April 1961
Box   41
Folder   11
Expense and Tax Record, August 1961-August 1962
Box   41
Folder   12
“Diary” of Personal Expenses, 1963
Box   41
Folder   13
“Diary” of Personal Expenses, 1965
Financial Memoranda (Kept by Wanger's Secretaries)
Box   41
Folder   14-19
1955-1961
Box   42
Folder   1-5
1962-January 1967
Box   42
Folder   6-8
General Financial Records, Statements, and Summaries, 1940, 1942-1966
Box   42
Folder   9
Monthly Financial Statements, October 1942-July 1946
Box   42
Folder   10
Financial Statements of Condition, January 1942-December 1945
Box   42
Folder   11
Gift Tax Returns, 1946-1948
Houses, Leases, and Property Agreements
Box   42
Folder   12
Elm Point, Great Neck, Long Island, New York, 1931
Box   42
Folder   13
321 Palisades Beach Road, Santa Monica, California, 1932
Box   42
Folder   14
515 S. Mapleton Drive, Los Angeles, 1936-1950
Note: Includes Joan Bennett's Records.
Box   42
Folder   15
10451 Bellagio Road, Los Angeles, 1943
Box   42
Folder   16
1421 Stone Canyon Road, Los Angeles, 1958
Box   42
Folder   17
11110 Montana Avenue, Los Angeles, 1960-1961
Box   42
Folder   18
#9 Swan Walk, London, 1960-1961
Box   42
Folder   19
House Search, Los Angeles, 1962
Box   42
Folder   20
345 E. 57th St., New York, 1964-1966
Box   42
Folder   21
Income, 1960
Income Tax Returns
Box   42
Folder   22-23
1920-1933
Box   43
Folder   1-21
1934-1951, 1953, 1955-1957, 1960
Insurance Records
Box   43
Folder   22
Analyses, 1941-1947
Box   43
Folder   23
Cash Values of Policies, 1942-1950
Box   43
Folder   24
Correspondence, 1929-1954
Box   43
Folder   25
Loans on Insurance (Policyholder's Service Bureau, Arthur I. Boreman and Sons), 1934-1950
Box   43
Folder   26
Records of Loans, 1943-1945
Box   43
Folder   27
Policies
Box   43
Folder   28
Automobile Insurance, 1943-1947
Box   43
Folder   29
Fire Insurance (includes Walter Wanger Pictures, Inc.), 1944-1950
Box   43
Folder   30
Personal Property Insurance, 1943-1951
Box   43
Folder   31
Public Liability and Property Damage Insurance, 1942-1949
Box   43
Folder   32
Workman's Compensation (includes Walter Wanger Pictures, Inc.), 1944-1950
Box   43
Folder   32A
Inventory of Files, January 1956, July 1962
Box   43
Folder   32A
Files from Mitchell, Silberberg and Knupp, March 1965
Miscellaneous Invoices and Payment Authorizations
Box   43
Folder   33
1956-1957
Box   44
Folder   1-3
1961-1964
Box   44
Folder   4
Jamaica Film Production Company Project, 1954
Box   44
Folder   5
Jamaica Harbor and Land Reclamation Development, 1963
Micro 1042
Reel   2
Frame   1-412
Journal, Including Receipts and Disbursements, October 1954-December 1963 (Vol. 4)
Note: Original discarded after filming.
U.S. Mss 136AN
Box   44
Folder   10
Journal, 1954-1967
Box   44
Folder   10
Equipment and Depreciation Record, 1953-1966
Lawsuits
Box   44
Folder   6
Joan Bennett Wanger v. Bank of America (Walter Wanger's Bankruptcy and Foreclosure of 515 S. Mapleton Drive Property), 1951-1954
Walter Wanger v. Provincial Cinematograph Theatres, Ltd. (The High Court of Justice, Kings Bench Division, Great Britain)
Box   101
Folder   1
Pleadings, February 16, 1923
Box   101
Folder   1
Letter re: Settlement of Suit, May 30, 1923
Box   101
Folder   2
Brief of Plaintiff, 1923
Box   101
Folder   3
Proof of Plaintiff, 1923, and Defendant's Notice, May 1923
Records Collected as Evidence
Box   101
Folder   4
Agreement Between PCT, Ltd. and Wanger (To Hire Wanger as Manager, Regent Theatre, Brighton), October 2, 1922; Letter Terminating Agreement, February 13, 1923
Box   101
Folder   5
Chairman's Conference - Minutes, July 18, 1922-January 2, 1923
Box   101
Folder   6
Comparison of Weekly Admissions at Regent Theatre, Brighton, July 1922-January 1923
Box   101
Folder   7-8
Correspondence (Copies), July 3, 1922-April 17, 1923
Box   101
Folder   9
Film Bookings, Regent Theatre, July 1922-September 1923
Box   101
Folder   10
Managing Director's Agreement, September 13, 1922
Box   101
Folder   11
Organization of PCT, Ltd., July 1922
Box   101
Folder   12
Personnel of PCT, Ltd.
Box   101
Folder   13
Report of the Proceedings of the 13th General Shareholders Meeting of PCT, Ltd., March 27, 1923
Box   101
Folder   14
Theatre Weekly Trading Accounts, July 1921-April 1923
Box   101
Folder   15
Transcription of Shorthand Notes, June 1, 1923
Box   44
Folder   7
Walter F. Wanger v. Paramount Publix Corp. , 1932
Box   44
Folder   8
Walter F. Wanger v. Universal Pictures Co., Inc. , 1948-1949
Lawyers Mortgage Company
Box   44
Folder   11
General and Reorganization Records, 1937-1949
Box   44
Folder   12
Certificate #18380 - 370 Ft. Washington Avenue, New York, New York, 1937-1947
Box   44
Folder   13
Certificate #19947 - 2280 Grand Avenue, Bronx, New York, 1937-1950
Box   44
Folder   14
Certificate #100036 - 2155 Gleason Avenue, Bronx, New York, 1936-1941
Box   44
Folder   15
Certificate #1000347 - 1220 Shakespeare Avenue, New York, New York, 1936-1950
Micro 1042
Reel   2
Frame   413-757
Ledger, General, 1946-1953 (Vol. 5)
Note: Includes records of Walter Wanger, Joan Bennett, and several of Wanger's production companies. Original discarded after filming.
U.S. Mss 136AN
Box   44
Folder   16
Ledger, General, 1954 (Vol. 6)
Box   44
Folder   9
Legal Bills, 1943-1945, 1960-1966
Loans
Box   44
Folder   17
Loans Made by Wanger to Others, 1943-1948
Box   44
Folder   18
Loans from Allied Artists Pictures Corp., 1955
Box   44
Folder   19
Loans from Bank of America to Wanger and to Walter Wanger Pictures, Inc., 1944-1949
Box   44
Folder   20
Loan from Joan Bennett, 1948
Box   44
Folder   21
Loans from Chemical Bank and Trust Co. to Wanger and to Walter Wanger Pictures, Inc., 1955
Box   44
Folder   22
Loan from Eugene Frenke, 1951
Box   44
Folder   23
Loans from Samuel Goldwyn to Wanger and to Walter Wanger Pictures, Inc., 1948-1952
Box   44
Folder   24
Loans from Landau Investment Co. to Wanger and to Walter Wanger Pictures, Inc., 1947
Box   44
Folder   25
Loans from Maurice Newton to Wanger and to Walter Wanger Pictures, Inc., 1951
Box   44
Folder   26
Loans from Security First National Bank to Wanger and to Walter Wanger Pictures, Inc.
Box   44
Folder   27
Loan from Elizabeth Taylor, including Correspondence, 1960-1961
Box   44
Folder   28
Loans from Henry Wanger to Wanger and to Walter Wanger Pictures, Inc., 1950, 1956
Oil and Gas Investments
Box   44
Folder   29
Prospecting Reports, Louisiana Gulf Coast, Yegua Seismograph Program, 1946-1947
Box   44
Folder   30
Prospecting Reports, Mayer Prospect, Schleicher and Sutton Counties, Texas (Francis A. Callery), 1947; Statements, 1952-1954
Box   44
Folder   31
Prospecting Reports, Throckmorton County, Texas (Francis A. Callery), 1946
Box   44
Folder   32
Royalties Records, 1947-1953
Payroll Records, Wanger and Walter Wanger Pictures, Inc.
Box   44
Folder   33-35
1945-1950, A-Z
Box   45
Folder   1
1955-1960, 1964
Box   45
Folder   2
Polo Records and Invoices, 1935-1942
Receipts and Disbursements
Micro 1042
Reel   3
Frame   1-66
Record of Receipts and Disbursements, 1954 (Vol. 7)
Note: Original discarded after filming.
U.S. Mss 136AN
Box   45
Folder   3-6
Monthly Statements, 1953, April 1954-November 1963
Weekly Statements
Box   45
Folder   7
Wanger, Walter Wanger Pictures, Inc. and Other Companies, January 1949-August 1950
Box   45
Folder   8-12
1957-1966
Note: Includes Wanger and Walter Wanger Pictures, Inc.
Box   45
Folder   13-14
Miscellaneous Receipts, 1953, 1955, 1959
Box   45
Folder   15
Safety Deposit Box Contents and Inventories of Important Documents, 1945-1966
Box   45
Folder   16-17
Salary Records (Films), 1941-1955
Box   45
Folder   18
Salary Records (Personal Income), 1956-1964
Box   45
Folder   19
Sale of Films to Allied Artists, 1954 (Wanger and Walter Wanger Pictures, Inc.)
Box   45
Folder   20
Sale of Picture Rights to Sol Lesser Productions, Inc., 1950
Scope and Content Note: Re: Eagle Squadron, Arabian Nights, Gung Ho, and Salome.
Box   45
Folder   21
Sale of Picture Rights to Trans World Film, Inc., 1947-1954
Box   45
Folder   22
Social Security Records, 1964
Stocks and Bonds
Note: See also Bonds (Box 39).
Box   45
Folder   23
Correspondence, 1941-1948
Box   45
Folder   24
Record of Stocks and Bonds Owned, 1941-1945
Box   45
Folder   25
Neustadter Brothers, 1936-1947
Box   46
Folder   1
Paramount, 1929-1931
Box   46
Folder   2
Safety Anti-Dazzle Bulb Syndicate Ltd., 1924-1955
Box   46
Folder   3
Account with Sutro and Co., 1948
Box   46
Folder   4
Statements from Tucker, Anthony and Co., 1944-1949
Box   46
Folder   5-6
Young America Films, 1945-1957
Box   46
Folder   7
Swenson's Livery Service, 1944-1945
Box   46
Folder   8-11
Tax-Deductible Contributions - Correspondence and Receipts, 1938-1954
Box   46
Folder   12
Trust Agreement Between Walter Wanger and Joan Bennett, 1947
Box   46
Folder   13
Wanger, Beatrice, Estate of, 1945-1946
Box   46
Folder   14
Wanger, Justine - Correspondence and Legal Documents, 1929-1950
Box   46
Folder   15
Wanger, Stella - Estate of, 1933
Box   46
Folder   16
Wills and Codicils, Insurance and Estate Papers, 1942-1961
Bena, Melinda Markey Hayden
Box   46
Folder   17
Bank Statements, December 1943-January 1947
Box   46
Folder   18
Financial Records, 1937-1950
Box   46
Folder   19
Bennett, Richard Papers, 1940-1947
Bennett Wanger, Joan
Box   46
Folder   20
Monthly Bank Balances, August 1944-August 1946
Box   46
Folder   21
Cancelled Checks and Statements, Special Account, January 1944-July 1945, June-July 1956
Micro 1042
Reel   3
Frame   67-93
Cash Received, July 1941-December 1943 (Vol. 8)
Note: Original discarded after filming.
U.S. Mss 136AN
Box   46
Folder   22
Financial and Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1950-1951
Box   46
Folder   23
Monthly Financial Statements, January 1944-July 1946
Box   46
Folder   24
Statements of Financial Condition, January 1944- December 1945
Box   46
Folder   25
House, Papers re: 1537 Glendon Avenue, 1942-1945
Micro 1042
Reel   3
Frame   94-360
Household Account Book, 1930-1941 (Vol. 9)
Scope and Content Note: Records of Cash, Checks, Journal, Bank Statements, Assets, Liabilities, Capital, Revenue, Expenses, including some records regarding Gene Markey and children.
Note: Original discarded after filming.
U.S. Mss 136AN
Box   46
Folder   26-29
Income Tax Returns, 1941-1944
Box   46
Folder   30
Lawsuit - Joan Bennett Wanger v. Alexander and Marion Wilensky (Promissory Note), 1949-1950
Box   46
Folder   31
Life Insurance, 1930, 1939
Box   47
Folder   1
Lists of Important Papers
Box   47
Folder   2
Wine Lists (Joan Bennett Wanger and Walter Wanger), 1939, 1941, 1948
Box   47
Folder   3
Patent Application, 1947-1949
Box   47
Folder   4
Randall, Barbara Bennett, 1943-1950
Box   47
Folder   5
Wanger, Shelley - Financial Records and Correspondence, 1952-1967
Wanger, Stephanie
Box   47
Folder   6
Check Register, 1949-1962
Box   47
Folder   7
Cancelled Checks and Statements, 1949-1961
Box   47
Folder   8-9
Financial Records and Correspondence; Guardianship Records; Tax and Insurance Records, 1946-1966
Box   47
Folder   10
Papers re: 709 Washington Ave. Corp., 1944-1950
Box   47
Folder   11
State of the Union Records, 1945
Note: See also I'd Rather Be Left Co. Records (Box 48).
Box   47
Folder   12
Wedding to Frederick Guest, 1963-1964
Citadel Pictures
Box   47
Folder   13
Correspondence, Contracts, Related Material, 1950-1951
Box   47
Folder   14
Corporate and Legal Papers, 1946-1952
Note: Includes Walter Wanger, Inc.
Box   47
Folder   15
Financial and Tax Records, 1946-1953
Micro 1042
Reel   3
Frame   361-415
General Ledger, Cash Book and Journal, 1950-1951 (Vol. 10)
Note: Original discarded after filming.
U.S. Mss 136AN
Diana Productions, Inc
Box   47
Folder   16
Accounts, Abstracts of Contracts, Miscellaneous Corporate Records, 1945-1948
Correspondence and Memoranda
Box   47
Folder   17-20
1945-June 1947
Box   48
Folder   1
July-December 1947
Box   48
Folder   2
Payroll Records, 1945-1946, A-Z
Eagle-Lion Studios, Inc.
Box   48
Folder   3-4
Correspondence and Memoranda, August 1947-May 1950, January 1951
Box   48
Folder   5
Financial and Organizational Records, 1947-1948
Box   48
Folder   6
Legal Agreements, 1947-1948
Box   48
Folder   7
Payment Authorization Requests, 1947-1949
Box   48
Folder   8
Policies, Personnel, and Equipment Inventory, undated
I'd Rather Be Left Company
Box   48
Folder   9
Partnership Agreement and Correspondence, 1945-1946
Box   48
Folder   10
Financial Statements, Legal Documents and Donor Records, 1946-1952
Box   48
Folder   11-12
State of the Union Weekly Reports, December 1945-February 1948
Marlowe, Ltd.
Box   48
Folder   13
Articles of Association, 1923
Sierra Pictures, Inc. (En Corporation)
Box   48
Folder   14
Bank Statements (Production Account), February 1951- January 1955, August 1959-June 1962
Box   48
Folder   15
Contracts with Ingrid Bergman, 1946
Box   48
Folder   16-17
Correspondence and Financial Records, February 1947-1954
Box   48
Folder   18
Income Tax Returns, 1947-1954
Box   48
Folder   19
Statements of Assets and Liabilities, May-September 1947
Societa Anonima Italiana Cinematografica (SAIC)
Box   48
Folder   20-21
Correspondence, June 1936-July 1939
Tec-Scope
Correspondence and Memoranda
Box   48
Folder   22
December 1961-August 1962
Box   49
Folder   1
September 1962-1964
Box   49
Folder   2
Minutes, Memoranda and Reports, March 1962-April 1963
W. Wanger Productions Ltd.
Box   49
Folder   3
Articles of Association, circa 1948
Walter Wanger, Inc.
Box   49
Folder   4
Income Tax Returns, 1948-1949
Walter Wanger International
Box   49
Folder   5-6
Bank Statements and Cancelled Checks, 1949-November 1953
Box   49
Folder   7
Correspondence, 1949
Box   49
Folder   8
Correspondence with Eugene Frenke, 1948-1949
Box   49
Folder   9
Correspondence and Contracts with Salta Viertel, 1948-1950
Box   49
Folder   10
Financial Statements and Working Papers, 1949-1950
Box   49
Folder   11
Income Tax Returns, 1948-1949
Box   49
Folder   12
Ledger, Journal, Cash Received, Payroll, 1949
Micro 1042
Reel   3
Frame   416-426
Ledger, and Cash Journal, 1949 (Vol. 11)
Note: Original discarded after filming.
U.S. Mss 136AN
Box   49
Folder   13
Legal and Corporate Records, Minutes, 1948-1949
Box   49
Folder   14
Miscellany
Box   49
Folder   15
Payroll and Personnel Records, 1949
Walter Wanger Pictures, Inc.
Note: Includes some records of Walter Wanger Productions, Inc.
Box   49
Folder   16
Chart of Accounts
Box   49
Folder   17
Audit, 1947
Box   49
Folder   18-20
Balance Sheets and Financial Reports, 1934-1959
Bank Statements and Cancelled Checks
Box   49
Folder   21
General Account, December 1950-May 1954
Box   49
Folder   22-23
Payroll Account, October 1945-August 1951
Box   49
Folder   24
Production Account #1, July 1947-January 1950
Box   49
Folder   25
Production Account #2, July 1948-December 1949
Box   49
Folder   26
Regular Account, October 1942-March 1951
Box   49
Folder   27-29
Cancelled Checks and Statements, March 1955-December 1963
Box   49
Folder   30
Bonds - U.S. Government Bonds, 1942-1945
Micro 1042
Reel   3
Frame   427-854
Cash Received, Check Record, Vouchers, 1934-1945 (Vol. 12)
Note: Includes records of Walter Wanger Productions, Inc. Original discarded after filming.
U.S. Mss 136AN
Contracts and Legal Agreements
Box   50
Folder   1
Argosy Pictures Corporation Legal Agreement, 1947
Box   50
Folder   2
Campbell, James Lawrence - Contract, Payroll Records, and Correspondence, 1943-1944
Box   50
Folder   3
Columbia Pictures - Employment Agreement, Loan-Outs, and Payroll re: Jacques O'Mahoney, May 1949-July 1950
Box   50
Folder   4
Connor, Whitfield - Contracts and Payroll Records, 1946-1947
Box   50
Folder   5-6
Figaro, Inc. - Legal Agreements and Correspondence, April 1956-1959
Box   50
Folder   7
Foley, Rosemary (Secretary) - Contracts and Payroll Records, 1942-1948
Box   50
Folder   8-11
Guilds and Unions, 1942, 1947-1955, 1961
Box   50
Folder   12
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Inc. - Contract re: Night of the Short Knives and Rector of Justin, 1964
Box   50
Folder   13
Parsonett, Marion - Contract and Payroll Records, 1944-1945
Box   50
Folder   14
Pathe Industries, Inc. (Eagle-Lion) - Contracts and Correspondence, 1947-1950
Box   50
Folder   15
RKO Radio Pictures - Contracts and Correspondence, 1956, 1959
Box   50
Folder   16
Raine, Norman Reilly - Contracts, Loan-Out Agreements and Payroll Records, 1942-1943
Box   50
Folder   17
Hal Roach Studios, Inc. - Contract and Correspondence re: Leasing Studio, 1946-1950
Box   50
Folder   18
Sidney, Sylvia - Contracts, Loan-Out Agreements, Legal and Loan Records and Correspondence, 1935-1941
Box   50
Folder   19
20th Century-Fox - Correspondence re: Contracts, 1963-1965
Box   50
Folder   20
Universal Pictures Co., Inc. - Legal Agreement, 1946
Box   50
Folder   21
Wiggam, Lionel - Contracts, 1945-1947
Box   50
Folder   22
Distribution Agreement with Universal Pictures Co., Inc., 1946-1950
Box   50
Folder   23
Cast and Preproduction Insurance, April 1948-February 1949
Box   51
Folder   1-2
Inventory of Office Files, Prepared for Transfer of Records to University of Wisconsin, circa 1963
Box   51
Folder   3-4
Miscellaneous Invoices and Payment Authorization Slips, 1959-1963
Box   51
Folder   5
Invoices, 1936-1939, 1942 (Vol. 13)
Note: Includes records of Walter Wanger Productions, Inc.
Micro 1042
Reel   4
Frame   268-489
Ledger, including Eagle-Lion General Ledger, 1948-1954 (Vol. 14)
Note: Original discarded after filming.
U.S. Mss 136AN
Loans
Box   51
Folder   6
To Ingrid Bergman, 1947-1949
Box   51
Folder   7
From Columbia Pictures Corp., 1949-1950
Box   51
Folder   8
From Eagle Lion Films, Inc. (Secured by Sierra Pictures, Inc. Stock), 1948
Box   51
Folder   9
From Edward Lasker; Agreement with Pathe Industries, Inc. re: Repayment, 1948-1949
Box   51
Folder   10
From Pacific Finance Corp., February 1947-March 1948
Box   51
Folder   11
Application to Reconstruction Finance Corp. for Loan, 1950
Box   51
Folder   12
From Universal Pictures Co., Inc., 1946
Box   51
Folder   13-14
Minutes, Corporate Papers, and Correspondence, 1934-1960
Note: Including Walter Wanger Productions, Inc.
Box   105
Minute Book, including By-Laws and Dissolution Papers, 1941 (Vol. 15)
Note: Including Walter Wanger Productions, Inc.
Box   51
Folder   15-16
Personnel and Payroll Records, 1947-1950 1956-1963
Box   51
Folder   17
Pathe Industries, Inc. Financial and Stock Statements, 1946-1947
Box   51
Folder   18
Pathe Industries/Eagle Lion Productions Progress Reports, January 24-May 21, 1948
Box   51
Folder   19-21
Receipts, Reimbursements, and Royalties, 1942-1963
Micro 1042
Reel   4
Frame   491-663
Cash Receipts and Disbursements, August 1946-1947 (Vol. 16)
Note: Original discarded after filming.
Receipts and Disbursements, Including Journal, 1948-1954 (Vol. 17)
Note: Original discarded after filming.
Reel   4
Frame   664-720
Part 1, through Cash Received, Dec. 1949, Acct. CD-17
Reel   5
Frame   1-384
Part 2, Cash Received, Jan. 1950, Acct. CD-18
Box   52
Folder   1
Reorganization Papers, 1946-1950
Box   52
Folder   2
Reports to the Board of Directors, February-May 1948
Tax Returns
Box   52
Folder   3
Corporation Tax Returns, 1934-1950
Box   52
Folder   4
Employer's Tax Returns, 1938-1950
Box   52
Folder   5-23
Income Tax Returns, 1936-1954, 1963-1964
Box   52
Folder   24
Property Taxes, 1956-1964
Box   52
Folder   25
Twentieth Century-Fox, Classified Index of Unproduced Literary Properties Owned, October 23, 1958
Box   52
Folder   26
Wartime Wage Restrictions, 1943-1944
Box   52
Folder   27
Wartime Cooperation with the United States Government, 1940s, and with the Defense Department, 1954
Walter Wanger Productions, Inc.
Box   52
Folder   28
Analysis of General Overhead, 1941
Box   52
Folder   29
Articles of Incorporation and Dissolution Papers; Correspondence and Corporate Papers, 1934-1945
Box   52
Folder   30
Bank Balances, October 1934-March 1935
Box   52
Folder   31
Bank Statements and Cancelled Checks, 1942-1945
Contracts
Box   52
Folder   32
Barrymore, Diana - Contracts and Legal Correspondence, 1942-1943
Box   52
Folder   33
Clurman, Harold, 1937
Box   52
Folder   34
Cooke, Edmund (Public Relations) - Contract and Payroll Records, 1945-1946
Box   52
Folder   35
Cortez, Stanley (Cameraman) - Loan-Out Contracts (Diana Productions, Inc.), 1946-1948
Box   52
Folder   36
Gabel, Martin - Contracts, Loan-Out Agreements and Payroll, 1946-1947
Box   52
Folder   37
Gilbert, Doris (Writer) - Contract and Correspondence, 1943
Box   52
Folder   38
Samuel Goldwyn Studios - Legal Agreement and Correspondence, 1940-1941
Box   52
Folder   39
Starling, Lynn, 1934-1936
Box   52
Folder   40
Paramount - Legal Agreements, Lawsuit and Correspondence, 1934-1939
Box   52
Folder   41
United Artists - Legal Agreements, 1936-1941
Box   52
Folder   42
Van Every, Dale, 1934
Box   53
Folder   1
World Screen Plays - Legal Agreement, 1949
Box   53
Folder   2
Financial Statements, 1938, 1942-1943
Box   53
Folder   3
Financial - Vouchers, 1942-1943
Box   53
Folder   4-5
Income Tax Returns, 1934-1936, 1941-1945
Box   53
Folder   6
Inventories of Equipment and Wardrobe, 1934-1936
Micro 1042
Reel   5
Frame   385-632
Journal (Vol. 18)
Scope and Content Note: Cash Received, 1942; Checks Drawn,1942-1943; Invoices, 1942-1943; Jaypay Journal Entries, 1934; Walter Wanger Productions Journal Entries, 1934-1943 (includes a few records of Jaypay Pictures Corporation; Jay Paley)
Note: Original discarded after filming.
U.S. Mss 136AN
Box   53
Folder   7
Lawsuit - Ernest B. Schoedsack v. Walter Wanger Productions, Inc. , 1943
Box   53
Folder   8
Ledger - Invoices, 1942
Box   53
Folder   9
Song Royalties, 1942-1946
Walwa Films, S.A.
Note: See also Walwa Files in Cleopatra Film Production Series (Box 65- ).
Box   53
Folder   10
Financial Correspondence and Papers; Liquidation Papers, 1960-1965
Series: Business Correspondence and Staff Memoranda
Box   53
Folder   11-13
Daily Staff Notes and Lists of Calls to Wanger, December 1947-August 1949
Box   53
Folder   14-23
Telephone Messages, 1956, October 30, 1958-1966
Staff Memoranda
Box   53
Folder   24
Cooke, Edmund, August 1945-August 1946
Box   53
Folder   25-26
Fitch, Francine - Memos to and from Wanger in London, May-December 1960
Fitch, Francine
Box   53
Folder   27-28
January-December 1961
Box   54
Folder   1-16
January 1962-December 1965
Note: Includes some Appointments and Telephone Messages)
Box   55
Folder   1-5
January-December 1966
Note: Memos in Folder 1 Originally Labelled “Not to Be Given to UW”
Foley, Rosemary
Box   55
Folder   6
1937-1945, including Memos of Marian Lemke
Box   55
Folder   7-11
1946-1950
Guth, Percy
Box   55
Folder   12-14
Memos, Distribution and Cost Records, Balances, Loans, and Other Financial Records Kept by the Comptroller, October 1934-April 1942
Box   55
Folder   15
Memos and Accumulated Costs of Scenarios in Progress, June 1936-September 1941
Box   55
Folder   16-17
Kosiner, Harry, August 1938-1940
Box   56
Folder   1-4
McGuire, Jane, 1945-September 1949
Box   56
Folder   5
McNeil, Reta, December 1951-September 1953
Box   56
Folder   6-10
Mercader, George, including some memos of Marie Kirchner, 1946-1954
Box   56
Folder   11
Monson, Mary, 1954
Box   56
Folder   12
Scanlon, Ernest L., 1949-1950
Box   56
Folder   13
Sheridan, Michael (Publicist), June-September 1947
Box   56
Folder   14
Slade, Afton, 1948
Box   56
Folder   15
Slater, M.A., May 1946-September 1947
Box   56
Folder   16-17
Tannenbaum, David, 1946-1948
Producers' Representatives - Correspondence and Film Receipts
Rogers, Budd
Box   56
Folder   18-21
September 1943-July 1944
Box   57
Folder   1-9
August 1944-August 1949
Box   57
Folder   10-13
Producers' Representatives, January 1948-June 1950
Title Registration Bureau - Correspondence and Registrations
Box   58
Folder   1-6
July 1936-December 1941
Box   58
Folder   7
Title Transfer, 1941-1943
Box   58
Folder   8-13
1942-1949
Box   58
Folder   14
Title Registration Committee Members, November 1950-February 1955
Box   58
Folder   15
1950
Box   59
Folder   1-7
1951-1957
Box   60
Folder   1-10
1958-February 1968
Series: Film Production Files
Box   61
Folder   1
Lists of Films Made by Walter Wanger
The Adventures of Hajji Baba (20th Century-Fox, 1954)
Box   61
Folder   2
Budget and Production Figures, 1954-1955
Box   61
Folder   3
Cast Call Sheets
Box   61
Folder   4
Cast and Staff Lists and Production Schedules
Box   61
Folder   5
Casting, 1953-1954
Box   61
Folder   6
Censorship, 1953-1954
Box   61
Folder   7
Contracts, Legal Papers, and Associated Correspondence, 1952-1954
Box   61
Folder   8
General Correspondence, December 1952-1965
Box   61
Folder   9
Electrical Equipment and Invoices
Box   61
Folder   10
Income Statements, 1957-1960
Box   61
Folder   11
Labor Cost Sheets, 1952-1954
Box   61
Folder   12
Locations
Box   61
Folder   13
Production Reports (Daily), 1954
Box   61
Folder   14
Production - Titles, Music, Set Plans, 1954
Box   61
Folder   15
Publicity and Clippings
Scripts and Screenplays
Box   61
Folder   16
Typescript Screenplay, by Richard Collins, February- March 1953
Box   61
Folder   17
Unrevised Screenplay, by Collins, undated (circa February or March 1953)
Box   61
Folder   18
“Unrevised” Screenplay, by Collins, May 8, 1953
Box   61
Folder   19
Screenplay, by Collins, May 18, 1953
Box   61
Folder   20
Typescript Screenplay, by Collins, May 19, 1953
Box   61
Folder   21
Final Revised Script, by Collins, March 16, 1954
Box   61
Folder   22
Script Revisions (Portions), No Author Listed, March 1954
Box   61
Folder   23
Script Revisions (Annotated), No Author Listed, March 1954
Box   61
Folder   24
Revised Screenplay, by Collins, April 7, 1954
Box   61
Folder   25
Revised Screenplay, by Collins, April 14, 1954
Box   61
Folder   26
Script Revisions (Portions, Annotated), April 1954
Box   61
Folder   27
Wanger's Copy of Old Script, with Rewrites and Eliminations, August 9, 1954
Box   61
Folder   28
Script Revisions and Correspondence re: Revisions, 1953-1954
Box   61
Folder   29
Synopses
“Air Evacuation Nurse” (Story Idea, Unproduced)
Box   62
Folder   1
Notes, Budget, 1944
Aladdin and His Lamp (Monogram [Allied Artists], 1952)
Box   62
Folder   2
Budget, circa 1950
Box   62
Folder   2
Production Cost Reports, 1951-1952
Box   62
Folder   3
Call Sheets, Shooting Schedule, Music Cue Sheets, Billing Sheet, Staff Sheet, Appointments, 1950-1951
Box   62
Folder   4
Contract with MCA and Correspondence, June 1950-February 1951
Box   62
Folder   5
Correspondence, December 1950-September 1951
Box   62
Folder   6
Income and Cost Statements, 1952-1964
Box   62
Folder   7
News Releases, July-August 1951
Box   62
Folder   8
Publicity, 1952
Scripts and Screenplays
Box   62
Folder   9
Script by Howard Dimsdale, Millard Kaufman and Sam Roeca, undated, with Revisions of July 19, 1951
Box   62
Folder   10
Script by Dimsdale, Kaufman, and Roeca, undated, with Revisions of July 23, 1951
Box   62
Folder   11
Script Fragments, No Author Listed, undated
Box   62
Folder   12
“Aladdin's Lamp,” Television Pilot Script, by Howard Dimsdale, circa 1951
Algiers (United Artists, 1938)
Scripts and Screenplays
Box   62
Folder   13
Typescript of Detailed Description and English Dialogue (“Pepe LeMoko”), March 15, 1938
Box   62
Folder   14
Revised Script (“Pepe LeMoko”) by John Howard Lawson (Annotated), April 12, 1938
Box   62
Folder   15
Revised Script (“Pepe LeMoko”) by John Howard Lawson (Annotated with Shooting Dates), April 12, 1938
Box   62
Folder   16
Script (“Pepe LeMoko”), No Author Listed, undated; Negative Cost Report
Box   62
Folder   17
Radio Script and Correspondence, 1938
All Mine to Give (Universal, 1957)
Box   62
Folder   18
Correspondence, Tentative Outline (“The Day They Gave Babies Away”), by Dale and Katherine Eunson, January-September 1956
Anne of the Indies (“Queen of the Pirates”) (20th Century-Fox, 1951)
Box   62
Folder   19
Contract with Jan Fortune (Writer), 1948
Box   62
Folder   20
Contracts re: Purchase of Options on Story, and Story, 1947-1950
Box   62
Folder   21
Pre-Production Costs, Correspondence, and Saturday Evening Post Story by Herbert Ravenel Sass, 1947-1950
Box   62
Folder   22
Discarded Pages of Jan Fortune Treatment, January 1948
Box   62
Folder   23
Treatments by Guy Endore, March 3, 19, 1949
“Antarctica” (Film Project, Unproduced)
Box   62
Folder   24
Clippings and Correspondence, January 1953-March 1957
“Antigone” (Film Project, not produced by Wanger)
Box   62
Folder   25
Correspondence, July-September 1946
Arabian Nights (Universal, 1942)
Box   62
Folder   26
Audit of Universal Pictures Books, 1947
Box   62
Folder   27
Contract, Correspondence with Universal Pictures, 1942
Box   62
Folder   28
Contracts and Correspondence - Writers, Cast, and Staff, August 1936-October 1942
Box   62
Folder   29
Correspondence re: Title and Credits, January 1937- November 1942
Box   62
Folder   29
Censorship, July 1942-March 1943
Box   62
Folder   30
Distribution Statements, 1943-1954
Box   62
Folder   31
Production and Publicity Correspondence; Grosses, March 1942-April 1943
Box   62
Folder   32
Production Estimates and Schedules, March-October 1942
Box   63
Folder   1
Revised Script by Michael Hogan, June 27, 1942, with Revisions of August 20, 1942
Box   63
Folder   2
Income Statements of Arabian Nights, Eagle Squadron, Gung Ho, Salome Where She Danced, 1950-1954
Around the World in Eighty Days (This Version Unproduced)
Box   63
Folder   3
Correspondence, Contracts, Treatment by Jacques Thery and John Gay, 1932-1941
“The Ballad and the Source” (Unproduced)
Box   63
Folder   4
Breakdown by Gina Kaus, November 10, 1945
Box   63
Folder   5
Breakdown, December 1949
Box   63
Folder   6
British Censorship Problems, 1950-1953
Box   63
Folder   7
Casting Correspondence, 1947-1959
Box   63
Folder   8
Contracts, Correspondence, and Payroll Records, 1945-1949, 1957
Box   63
Folder   9
General Correspondence, 1945-1966
Box   63
Folder   10
Correspondence with Joseph Schenck and Darryl Zanuck, 1948-1950
Box   63
Folder   11
Distribution Agreement with Universal, 1950
Box   63
Folder   12
Financing and Cost Estimates, 1947-1951
Box   63
Folder   13
Publicity, Title Correspondence, Clipping, 1945-1947
Scripts and Screenplays
Box   63
Folder   14
Radio Scripts by Kay Brown, and Correspondence, May-June 1945
Box   63
Folder   15
Script by Michael Blankfort, From the Novel by Rosamond Lehmann, December 11, 1946
Box   63
Folder   16
Screenplay by Blankfort, March 20, 1947, with Revisions of March 28, 1947
Box   63
Folder   17
Script by Blankfort (Annotated), September 26, 1947
Box   63
Folder   18
Incomplete First Draft Screenplay by Irmgard Von Cube and Allen Vincent (Annotated), May 23, 1949
Box   63
Folder   19
Script by Von Cube and Vincent, undated
Box   63
Folder   20
“Second Version” Script by Von Cube and Vincent, August 1949
Box   63
Folder   21
Discarded Pages from “Second Version” Script by Von Cube and Vincent, August 1949
Box   63
Folder   22
Story Outlines, Scene Sketch, Treatment, 1945-1957
Box   63
Folder   23
Story Outlines and Notes by Irmgard Von Cube and Allen Vincent, 1949-1950
Treatments
Box   63
Folder   24
First Treatment, by Gina Kaus, From the Novel by Rosamond Lehmann, November 17, 1945
Box   63
Folder   25
Typescript Screen Treatment by William Cameron Menzies, From the Novel by Rosamond Lehmann (Annotated), March 24, 1948, Including Suggested Changes Dated March 30, 1948
Box   63
Folder   26
Treatment by Menzies, March 24, 1948
Battle Zone (Allied Artists, 1952)
Box   63
Folder   27
Contracts, May-June 1952
Box   63
Folder   27
Production Costs,June 1952-January 1953
Box   63
Folder   28
Correspondence and News Releases, December 1951-October 1953
Box   64
Folder   1
Income Statements, 1953-1963
Box   64
Folder   2
Income and Cost Statements from Battle Zone, Kansas Pacific, Fort Vengeance, 1953-1954
Box   64
Folder   3
Payroll, March-October 1952
Box   64
Folder   3
Accounts Payable, November 1951-September 1952
Box   64
Folder   4
Revised Script, by Steve Fisher, June 7, 1952
Box   64
Folder   5
Script Fragments, undated
“Beauty and the Beast” (Unproduced by Wanger)
Box   64
Folder   6
Correspondence, August 1951
“Bellevue Hospital” (Unproduced)
Box   64
Folder   7
Correspondence, September 1941
“Big Blonde” (Unproduced)
Box   64
Folder   8
Script, “Dorothy Parker's O'Henry Prize Story,” undated
Note: Originally Labelled “Dead File”
Box   64
Folder   9
Script, No Author Listed, undated
Big Brown Eyes (Paramount, 1936)
Box   64
Folder   10
Revised Script, by Raoul Walsh and Bert Hanlon, Based on Stories by James Edward Grant, February 28, 1936
“The Big Eye” (Unproduced)
Box   64
Folder   11
Correspondence, January-March 1950
“The Black Knight” (Produced as Crossed Swords, United Artists, 1954?)
Box   64
Folder   12
Script by Daniel B. Ullman, undated
Blockade (United Artists, 1938)
Box   64
Folder   13
Negative Cost Report; Speech(?), undated
Box   64
Folder   14
Second Draft Continuity (“The River is Blue”), by John Howard Lawson, January 12, 1938
Box   64
Folder   15
Revised Final Script (“The River is Blue”), by Lawson, February 28, 1938
“Border Trumpet” (Unproduced)
Box   64
Folder   16
Correspondence and Contracts, 1956-1960
Note: File labelled “Dead File”
Canyon Passage (Universal, 1946)
Box   64
Folder   17
Contracts and Correspondence, 1944-1950
Correspondence
Box   64
Folder   18
General, July 1945-September 1947
Box   64
Folder   19
Post-Production, June 1945-March 1948
Costs
Box   64
Folder   20
Financial Statements, 1946-1954
Box   64
Folder   21
Production Costs and Correspondence, 1945-1947
Box   64
Folder   22
Publicity
Box   64
Folder   23
Other Stories by Ernest Haycox, circa 1955
Captain Scarlett (United Artists, 1953)
Box   64
Folder   24
Income Statements, 1955-1962
The Case Against Mrs. Ames (Paramount, 1936)
Box   64
Folder   25
Revised Final Script, by Gene Towne and Graham Baker (Annotated), March 11, 1936
Castles in Spain
Box   64
Folder   26
Final Draft Continuity, by Clifford Odets, undated
Box   64
Folder   27
Wardrobe Inventories; Set, Office, Globe, and Materials and Findings Inventories, from Castles in Spain,Vogues of 1938, 52nd Street, I Met My Love Again, Stand-In, and Algiers, August-November 1937
“Cheyenne” (This Version Unproduced)
Box   64
Folder   28
Contracts and Correspondence, January-November 1941, undated
“Citizen Tom Paine” (Unproduced)
Box   64
Folder   29
Contracts and Correspondence, August 1944-November 1945
Cleopatra (20th Century-Fox, 1963)
Academy Awards, 1964
Box   102
Folder   2
Certificate of Nomination
Box   65
Folder   1
Miscellany
Box   65
Folder   2
Banca d'America e d'Italia Account Records (MCL Films and Walwa Films), 1961-1963
Box   65
Folder   3
Budgets and Cost Estimates, 1959-1961
Box   65
Folder   4
Call Sheets, June 1959
Box   65
Folder   5
First Unit Call Sheets, September 1961-July 1962
Box   65
Folder   6
Second Unit Call Sheets, August 1961-July 1962
Box   65
Folder   7-10
Casting, Employment, and Staffing Correspondence, Memos, and Lists, April 1958-1962
Box   65
Folder   11
Censorship, May 1959-November 1960
Box   65
Folder   12-15
Clippings, October 1956-December 1967
Contracts
Box   65
Folder   16
Walter Wanger Pictures, Inc. and Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., Including Correspondence, October 1958-April 1963
Box   65
Folder   17-18
Other Contracts, Including Walwa, Seven Arts, and Transfer of Rights in the Film, February 1958-December 1965
Correspondence and Memoranda
Box   65
Folder   19
Adler, Buddy, August 1958-July 1960
Box   65
Folder   20
Bautzer, Gregson (Attorney), October 1957-September 1965
Box   66
Folder   1
Famous Artists Agency, October 1958-January 1964
Box   66
Folder   2
Franzero, Carlo Maria (The Life and Times of Cleopatra), Including Legal Papers, December 1955-September 1964
Box   66
Folder   3
Gang, Tyre, Rudin, and Brown (Attorneys), September 1959-April 1964
Box   66
Folder   4-6
General Correspondence, August 1957-1964, undated
Box   66
Folder   7
Goldstein, Robert, May 1960-July 1961
Box   66
Folder   8
Harrison, Rex, June 1960-May 1965
Box   66
Folder   9
Hate and Fan Mail, June 1959-September 1963
Box   66
Folder   10
Ibrahim, Fathi, February 1960-February 1961
Box   66
Folder   11
General Legal Correspondence, October 1958-October 1967
Box   66
Folder   12
Levathes, Peter, October 1960-August 1962
Box   66
Folder   13
Mamoulian, Rouben, November 1959-January 1961
Box   66
Folder   14
Mankiewicz, Joseph L., August 1960-April 1963
Box   66
Folder   15
Merman, Doc, April 1960-December 1963
Box   66
Folder   16
Ogden, Archibald, July 1960-March 1961
Box   66
Folder   17
Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton, and Garrison (Attorneys), December 1962-April 1966
Box   66
Folder   18
Rogell, Sid, February 1959-June 1963
Box   66
Folder   19
Schreiber, Lew, October 1958-February 1961
Box   66
Folder   20
Seven Arts, December 1962-October 1965
Skouras, Spyros
Box   66
Folder   21
June 1959-May 1961
Box   67
Folder   1
June 1961-August 1962
Box   67
Folder   2
Taylor, Elizabeth, October 1959-June 1964
Box   67
Folder   3-4
Wald, Jerry, March 1958-July 1962
Box   67
Folder   5
Walwa Legal Correspondence, September 1959-December 1964
Box   67
Folder   6
Writers, November 1958-January 1965
Box   67
Folder   7
Darryl and Richard Zanuck, November 1958-September 1964
Box   67
Folder   8-9
Picture Cost Summary Sheets, May 1959-December 1962
Box   67
Folder   10
Story Cost Reports, November 1958-December 1962
Detail Cost Statements, Distribution, Invoices
Box   67
Folder   11-21
May 1959-August 1961
Box   68
Folder   1-14
September 1961-October 1962
Box   69
Folder   1-3
November 1962-November 1963
Box   69
Folder   4
Costumes and Wigs, May 1960-April 1962
Box   69
Folder   4
Wardrobe Plot, April 1961
Box   69
Folder   4
Costume Sketches, April 1961
Box   69
Folder   5
Credits and Titles, August-November 1962
Box   69
Folder   6
Hairdressers (Sydney Guilaroff), May 1960-June 1963
Box   69
Folder   7
Music, August 1961-July 1962
Notes
Box   69
Folder   8
Wanger's Personal Notes, London - re: Delays in Production, 1960-1961
Box   69
Folder   9
Notes, Meeting Notes, and Research, 1958-1962
Box   69
Folder   10
Promissory Notes, 1958-1959
Production Files
Box   69
Folder   11-13
Production, Location, and Art Department Correspondence and Papers, May 1959-1963
Box   69
Folder   14
Production Cross Plot, May 1961
Box   69
Folder   15
Daily Log, October 1961-July 1962
Box   69
Folder   16
General Production Information, March-May 1961
Box   69
Folder   17
Meetings with Buddy Adler, September 1959-June 1960
Box   102
Folder   1
Daily Operations Reports, September 1961-July 1962
Box   69
Folder   18-19
Production Meetings - Minutes, September 1961- June 1962
Box   69
Folder   20-21
Daily Production Reports, September 1961-July 1962
Box   69
Folder   22
Daily Production Reports, Second Unit, November 1961-July 1962
Box   69
Folder   23
Salvage List, April 1961
Box   69
Folder   24
Set Construction Order
Publicity
Box   69
Folder   25-26
Correspondence, January 1961-December 1963
Box   70
Folder   1
General Publicity, February 1959-December 1960
Box   70
Folder   2
Souvenir Booklet, circa 1962
Box   70
Folder   3
Reviews of Weekly Rushes, November 1961-July 1962
Original Story
Box   70
Folder   4
The Life and Times of Cleopatra, by Carlo Maria Franzero (Wanger's Annotated Copy), circa 1958?
Box   70
Folder   5
Cleopatra, by Franzero, 1962
Scripts and Screenplays
Note: See also Writers' Correspondence (Box 67) and Prof. Hugh Gray's Notes on Screenplays (Box 74).
Box   70
Folder   6
List and Distribution of Scripts, 1960, 1961
Box   70
Folder   7
Revised Writer's Working Script, by Ludi Claire, February 11, 1959
Box   70
Folder   8
First Draft Screenplay, by Nigel Balchin, April 24, 1959
Box   70
Folder   9
Revised First Draft Screenplay, by Balchin, May 13, 1959, Including Revisions Dated June 26, 1959
Box   70
Folder   10
Second Draft Screenplay, by Balchin, June 10, 1959, Including Estimated Timing on Script
Box   70
Folder   11
General Notes, by Ivan Moffat, October 28, 1959
Box   70
Folder   12
Third Draft Screenplay, by Balchin and Dale Wasserman, January 11, 1960, Including All Wasserman Revisions
Box   70
Folder   13
Typescript Extracts from First Script, by Lawrence Durrell, June 1960
Box   70
Folder   14
Typescript Scenes 304-313L, 548-565, No Author Listed, August 1960
Box   70
Folder   15
Typescript Revisions, by M. Brandel, December 12, 1960
Box   70
Folder   16
Typescript First Draft Screenplay, by Sidney Buchman, February 10, 1961
Box   70
Folder   17
Screenplay Outline, from Joseph Mankiewicz, February 16, 1961
Box   70
Folder   18
Typescript Dialogue Script, by Lawrence Durrell, February 24, 1961
Box   70
Folder   19
Outline From the Death of Caesar, by Durrell, Notes by J. Mankiewicz, February 1961
Box   70
Folder   20
Typescript Screenplay, by Sidney Buchman, Incorporating Dialogue by Durrell, Pages 1-67, March 3, 1961
Box   70
Folder   21
Typescript Outline After the Death of Caeser, by Buchman, March 17, 1961
Box   70
Folder   22
Script, by Durrell, April 12, 1961
Box   70
Folder   23
First Draft Screenplay, by Ranald MacDougall, May 9, 1961
Box   70
Folder   24
Notes on Second Draft Screenplay, May-August 1961
Box   71
Folder   1
Second Draft Screenplay, by Ranald MacDougall, August 2, 1961
Box   71
Folder   2
Shooting Script, by Joseph L. Mankiewicz, September 18, 1961, Including Revisions through July 12, 1962
Box   71
Folder   3
Comparison of Mankiewicz and MacDougall Scripts, November 9, 1961
Box   71
Folder   4
Script, No Author Listed, undated
Box   71
Folder   5
Script Revisions (Fragments), 1960-1962
Box   71
Folder   6
Conquest of Cleopatra Scenes, undated
Box   71
Folder   7
Script Breakdown and Synopsis, January 3, 1961
Box   71
Folder   7
Ideas for New Script, February 4, 1961
Box   71
Folder   8
Script Breakdown (Annotated), circa 1962
Box   71
Folder   9
Suggested Sequence of Master Scenes, by Nigel Balchin (Annotated by Walter Wanger), undated
Box   71
Folder   10
“A Statement Concerning the Writing of Cleopatra,” by Joseph L. Mankiewicz, October 6, 1962
Box   71
Folder   11
Treatment of Mankiewicz's Idea of Script From Pages 1-76 and Sidney Buchman's Version of the End of the Story, as Edited by Lawrence Durrell, February 16, 1961 and March 23, 1961
Box   71
Folder   12
Treatment-Synopsis by G. Byron Sage, November 10, 1958
Box   71
Folder   13
Shooting Schedules, April 1960-July 1962
Box   71
Folder   14
Notes re: Cuts and Changes, 1959-1960
Box   71
Folder   15
Walwa Legal Papers, August 1960-August 1962
Box   71
Folder   16
Walter Wanger's Expenses (Including Lawsuit Material), October 1958-December 1964
Box   71
Folder   17
Weather Forecast in Rome, October-November 1961
Walter Wanger's Diary and My Life With Cleopatra
Box   71
Folder   18
Outline of Diary, by Joe Hyams, 1962
Box   71
Folder   19-23
Annotated Diary, September 1960-June 1962, November 1962
Box   72
Folder   1
Diary Portions re: Elizabeth Taylor, June 1961-August 1962
Box   72
Folder   2-3
Censored Portions of Diary
My Life With Cleopatra, by Walter Wanger and Joe Hyams
Box   72
Folder   4
Paperback Version, June 1963
Box   72
Folder   5
Periodical Version, undated
Box   72
Folder   6
Financial Correspondence, June 1965-July 1965
Box   72
Folder   7
Correspondence, 1962-April 1967
Tape 1035A
No.   1-4
Tape Recorded Interview Between Hyams and Wanger
U.S. Mss 136AN
Box   72
Folder   8
Transcripts of Taped Interview with Joe Hyams (Annotated by Walter Wanger), 1962
Box   72
Folder   9
Transcripts from Tapes, January-March 1962
Box   72
Folder   10
Transcripts of Interview, June 1962
Micro 966
Reel   4
Microfilmed transcripts of Interview from Tapes and Discs, 1962
Note: 16mm microfilm made for Wanger Lawsuit by Wanger's Attorneys.
U.S. Mss 136AN
Box   72
Folder   11
Rough Draft Introductions and Epilogues, March 7, 1962
Box   72
Folder   12
Prologue, Drafts and Notes, March 1963
Drafts
Box   72
Folder   13
Pages 1-67, September 25, 1958-April 24, 1961
Box   72
Folder   14
October 1958-November 1959, Annotated
Box   72
Folder   15
October 1958-September 1960, Annotated
Box   72
Folder   16
April 25 - September 24, 1961, Annotated
Box   72
Folder   17
September-December 1961, Annotated
Box   72
Folder   18
Pages 1-81, January-March 1962 (Later Draft)
Box   72
Folder   19
Pages 1-56, January 18 - June 17, 1962, Annotated
Box   72
Folder   20-21
Miscellaneous Pages, Notes, circa 1963, Annotated
Box   72
Folder   22-24
Notes, February 1959-1963, undated
Box   72
Folder   25
Censored Notes, undated
Walter Wanger v. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., et al. , Lawsuit
Box   73
Folder   1
Attorney's Notes re: Suit, 1963
Box   72
Folder   2
Attorney's Outline and Notes for Examination of Spyros Skouras, circa 1964
Box   72
Folder   3
Budget Materials, 1959-1963
Box   72
Folder   4
Casting Records, 1958-1961
Box   72
Folder   5
Complaint, 1962; and Complaint in MCL Films, S.A. v. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. , 1962
Box   72
Folder   6
Clippings re: Darryl F. Zanuck and Fox, 1964
Correspondence and Memoranda
Box   72
Folder   7
General, including Legal Strategy Memoranda, 1963-1964
Box   72
Folder   8
Gang, Tyre, Rudin, and Brown, with Press Coverage of Later Lawsuits, February 1964-December 1967
Box   72
Folder   9
Correspondence, Contract, and Papers re: Elizabeth Taylor's Illnesses and Lateness, 1959-1963
Box   72
Folder   10
Picture Cost Reports, May 1959-December 1962
Box   72
Folder   11
Story Cost Reports, 1957(?)-1962
Depositions
Box   72
Folder   12
Transcript of Wanger's Preliminary Statement, October 1962
Box   72
Folder   13-21
Deposition of Wanger, pp. 1-1330, October-November 1963
Deposition of Spyros Skouras
Box   72
Folder   22
December 1963, pp. 1-108 (with Wanger's Annotated Note Slips)
Box   74
Folder   1-3
February-March 1964, pp. 109-455 (Annotated by Wanger)
Box   74
Folder   4-5
Drafts of Legal Documents
Evidence Gathered for Lawsuit
Box   74
Folder   6
First Cause of Action (Interference with Producer's Prerogatives; Santi Fiasco), 1959-1962
Box   74
Folder   7
Second Cause of Action (Breach of Contract for Salary and Expenses), 1961-1964
Box   74
Folder   8
Third Cause of Action (Libel), Exhibit G, 1962-1963
Box   74
Folder   9
Sixth Cause of Action (Justine), 1958-1964
Box   74
Folder   10
Regarding Spyros Skouras Contact with Cleopatra, Interference with Wanger as Producer, 1959-1962
Box   74
Folder   11
Prof. Hugh Gray's Notes on Screenplays, 1959
Note: See also Writers' Correspondence (Box 67) and Scripts and Screenplays (Box 70-71).
Box   74
Folder   12
Insurance Papers and Correspondence (London Production), 1960-1961
Box   74
Folder   13
Interrogatories to Plaintiff and Responses; Data re: Wanger's Expenses During Cleopatra, Attorney's Notes, 1959-1964
Box   74
Folder   14
Legal Bills, 1959-1962
Box   74
Folder   15
London Production - Papers re: Weather, Lack of Preparedness, Hairdressing, 1960-1961
Box   74
Folder   16
Minutes of Twentieth Century-Fox Board and Executive Committee, August 1959-1962
Box   74
Folder   17
Promissory Notes and Correspondence, December 1958-August 1961
Box   74
Folder   18
Materials re: Reputation of Spyros Skouras, 1961-1963
Box   74
Folder   19
Twentieth Century-Fox Annual Reports, 1958-1962
Box   74
Folder   20
Papers re: University of Wisconsin Deed of Gift,circa 1963
Box   74
Folder   21
Walter Wanger Pictures, Inc.-Twentieth Century-Fox Agreement - Attorney's Notes, and Miscellany, 1960-1962
Box   74
Folder   22
Wanger's Legal Notes, 1962-September 1965
Box   74
Folder   23
Brodsky and Weiss, The Cleopatra Papers (Annotated by Lawyers)
Box   74
Folder   24
Wanger and Hyams, My Life with Cleopatra (Annotated by Lawyers)
Note: See also Series entitled Walter Wanger's Diary and My Life with Cleopatra (Box 71-72), and Walter Wanger's Diaries in Diaries, Speeches, Appointment Calendars, Notes, and Other Personal Papers series (Micro 966, Reel 1-3).
Box   74
Folder   25
Materials re: Examination of Darryl F. Zanuck, 1962-1964
Box   74
Folder   26
Wanger-Fox Legal Settlement, December 1962-November 1965
“Comanche” (Unproduced by Wanger)
Box   75
Folder   1
Correspondence, July-August 1951
“Commencement” (Unproduced)
Box   75
Folder   2
Correspondence and Contracts, 1947, 1952-1959
Box   75
Folder   3
Novel From Redbook, by John Klempner, June 1958
Box   75
Folder   4
Reference Material re: Scripps College, 1956
Box   75
Folder   5-6
Typescript Scripts by John Klempner, undated
Box   75
Folder   7
Story Outlines, by Lionel Wiggam, circa 1945, 1948
Box   75
Folder   8
Story Outlines and Notes, 1952-July 1957, undated
“Congratulations, Miss Reilly” (Story Idea)
Box   75
Folder   9
Correspondence and Story Idea, March-April 1938
“Death Valley” (Unproduced)
Box   75
Folder   10
Correspondence, April 1949
“The Doctor's Dilemma” (This Version Unproduced)
Box   75
Folder   11
Correspondence, October 1946-November 1947
“The Doll” (This Version Unproduced)
Box   75
Folder   12
Correspondence and Magazine Article, January 1953-December 1954
“The Duchesse de Langeais” (Unproduced)
Box   75
Folder   13
Budget, May-June 1949
Box   75
Folder   14
Clippings, August 1948-February 1950
Box   75
Folder   15
Contracts and Legal Papers, 1949-1950, 1953, 1958
Box   75
Folder   16
Greta Garbo Contract and Expenses, August 1948-February 1950
Box   75
Folder   17
Max Opels' Contract, July 1949-June 1950
Correspondence
Box   75
Folder   18-19
General, August 1948-1950
Box   75
Folder   20
With MCA (Garbo's Agents), 1949-February 1950
Box   75
Folder   21
Life Insurance for Greta Garbo, July-November 1949
Scripts and Screenplays
Box   75
Folder   22
Incomplete First Draft Script, by Sally Benson, undated
Box   75
Folder   23
Early Scripts, Notes, and Treatments, December 1948-August 1949, undated
Box   75
Folder   24
Script, by Sally Benson (Annotated), undated
Box   75
Folder   25
Draft Script, by Sally Benson, undated
Box   75
Folder   26
Typescript Final Draft Script, by Sally Benson, Including Revisions by Harold Goldman, August 18, 1949
Box   75
Folder   27
Wanger's Copy of Final Script, by Sally Benson, Including Revisions, August 1949
Box   75
Folder   28
Typescript Final Script (French Translation), by Sally Benson, August 23, 1949
“The Dud Avocado” (Unproduced)
Box   76
Folder   1
Contract with Elaine Dundy, November-December 1958
Box   76
Folder   2
Correspondence, September 1958-August 1965
Box   76
Folder   3
Promissory Notes, 1958-1959
Scripts and Screenplays
Box   76
Folder   4
First Draft Screenplay, by Dick Berg, January 6, 1959
Box   76
Folder   5
First Draft Screenplay, by Dick Berg, January 20, 1959
Box   76
Folder   6
Script, No Author Listed, September 18, 1959
Box   76
Folder   7
Script, No Author Listed, October 16, 1959
Box   76
Folder   8
Third Draft Screenplay, by Edith Sommer and Philip Dunne, November 13, 1959, with Revisions of November 20, 1959
Box   76
Folder   9
Fourth Draft Screenplay, by Edith Sommer and Philip Dunne, November 25, 1959
Box   76
Folder   10
Script, No Author Listed, undated
Box   76
Folder   11
Script, Cast, and Credit Notes, by Dick Berg, April-December 1959
Story Outlines
Box   76
Folder   12
By Dick Berg, December 11, 1958
Box   76
Folder   13
No Author Listed, undated
Lawrence Durrell Novels (The Alexandria Quartet)
Box   76
Folder   14
Chronological Breakdown Index, Prepared by G. Byron Sage, August 5, 1959
Box   76
Folder   15
Correspondence, August 1958-August 1967
Box   76
Folder   16
Notes, Cast Suggestions, undated
Box   76
Folder   17
Publicity, October 1958-December 1967
Box   76
Folder   18
Synopses by G. Byron Sage, of Justine, Balthazar, Mountolive, and Clea, December 1958-January 1959, June 1959
Clea
Box   76
Folder   19
Manuscript of Novel by Lawrence Durrell, Copied May 27, 1959
Justine
Correspondence
Box   76
Folder   20
Employment, December 1958-October 1960
Box   76
Folder   21
Writers Correspondence, January 1959-April 1960
Box   76
Folder   22
Outline and Outline Treatment (“City of Lovers”), by Ivan Moffat, June 29 and July 6, 1959
Box   76
Folder   23
Treatment by Ivan Moffat, January 15, 1960
Box   76
Folder   24
Discarded Pages from Treatment by Ivan Moffat, circa January 1960
Box   76
Folder   25
Summary, Step and Working Outlines, by G. Byron Sage, February 1960
Box   76
Folder   26
Treatment and Script Outline, by Joseph L. Mankiewicz, September 14, 1960
“Dynasty” (Unproduced)
Box   76
Folder   27
Contracts, 1939-1943
Box   77
Folder   1
Contracts with Taylor Caldwell (Janet Reback), 1939
Box   77
Folder   1
Contract with Walter Wanger Pictures, Inc.
Box   77
Folder   1
Copyright Correspondence, 1954-1955
Box   77
Folder   2
Correspondence re: Contracts, 1939-1946, 1954-1956
Correspondence
Box   77
Folder   3
General, 1941-1948, 1951, 1956-1957
Box   77
Folder   4
Caldwell, Taylor (Janet Reback) and Martin Reback, 1939-1948, 1955, 1959-1960
Box   77
Folder   5
Wylie, Philip, 1943-1946, 1955
Box   77
Folder   6
Cost Schedule; Audit, 1947, 1965
Scripts and Screenplays
Box   77
Folder   7
Revised First Continuity, by Sheridan Gibney, from the Novel Dynasty of Death by Taylor Caldwell, February 2, 1940
Box   77
Folder   8
Script by Gibney, September 13, 1941
Box   77
Folder   9
Script by Philip Wylie, December 28, 1943
Box   77
Folder   10
Story Line, by Leon d'Usseau, undated
Box   77
Folder   11
Treatment, Synopsis, Criticism and Analysis of Script, 1939-1941, undated
Eagle Squadron (Universal, 1942)
Box   77
Folder   12
Box Office Reports, June-August 1942
Box   77
Folder   13
Material Breakdown - Bomber B19, by Hurd Barrett, November-December 1940
Box   77
Folder   14
Censorship, January-May 1942
Box   77
Folder   15
Clippings, September 1940-July 1942
Correspondence
Box   77
Folder   16
Employment, December 1940-October 1942
Box   77
Folder   17
Legal Correspondence and Contracts, October 1940-November 1943
Box   77
Folder   18-19
Production - Great Britain, October 1940-November 1941
Box   77
Folder   20
Production - United States, October 1941-April 1942
Box   77
Folder   21
Post-Production, January-December 1942
Box   77
Folder   22
Titles, January 1940-April 1942
Box   77
Folder   23
Writers, May 1940-June 1942
Box   77
Folder   24
Financial - Income Statements, 1942-1954
Box   77
Folder   25
Publicity, Preview, Premiere, October 1940-December 1942
Scripts and Screenplays
Box   77
Folder   26
Continuity and Dialogue, by Norman Reilly Raine, May 29, 1942
Box   78
Folder   1
Second Rough Draft Typescript, by Harold Buckley and Hurd Barrett, January 7, 1941
Box   78
Folder   2
Screenplay, by Norman Reilly Raine, January 27, 1942
Box   78
Folder   3
Script Breakdown, Notes, Pick-Up Shots, 1942
Box   78
Folder   4
Story, by C.S. Forester, circa August 1941
Box   78
Folder   5
Story Outline, by Harry Watt, September 29, 1941
Box   78
Folder   6
Story Synopsis, by Ian Dalrymple, March 1941
Box   78
Folder   7
Synopsis, by Hurd Barrett, December 4, 1940
“The Empress” (Unproduced)
Box   78
Folder   8
Correspondence, September 1954-February 1960
Eternally Yours (United Artists, 1939)
Box   78
Folder   9
Final Script, by Gene Towne and Graham Baker, undated
Box   78
Folder   9
Negative Cost Report, undated
Every Night at Eight (Paramount, 1935)
Box   78
Folder   10
Final Budget, 1935
Box   78
Folder   11
Working Script, No Author Listed, May 20, 1935
“Evita” (Unproduced by Wanger)
Box   78
Folder   12
Correspondence, January 1960-October 1965
“The Fall” (Unproduced)
Box   78
Folder   13
Clippings, February 1957-July 1960
Box   78
Folder   14-16
Contracts and Option Agreements and Correspondence, 1957-1964
Box   78
Folder   17
Correspondence, February 1957-May 1964
Box   78
Folder   18
Locations in Amsterdam, September 1958-July 1959, undated
Fatal Lady (Paramount, 1936)
Box   78
Folder   19
Revised Final Script (“Brazen”), by Samuel Ornitz, January 20, 1936, with Revisions of February 20, 1936
Fifty-Second Street (United Artists, 1937)
Box   78
Folder   20
Revised Final Script, by Grover Jones, June 22, 1937, with Annotations and Added Scenes, July 23, 1937
Box   78
Folder   20
Negative Cost Report, undated
“Fight For Life” (Unproduced)
Box   78
Folder   21
Correspondence and Proposed Treatment, February 1948-March 1949
“The First and the Last” (Unproduced)
Box   78
Folder   22
Correspondence, 1947
“Flight Nurse” (This Version Unproduced)
Box   78
Folder   23
Correspondence and Clippings, October 1943-May 1945
Box   78
Folder   23
Preliminary Treatment (“Sixty Hours from Home”, by Emmet Lavery, April 27, 1944
Foreign Correspondent (United Artists, 1940)
Box   78
Folder   24
First Continuity (“Personal History”), by Alma Reveille, January 10, 1940, with Revisions of January 24, 1940
Box   78
Folder   25
Wanger's Annotated Shooting Script (“Personal History”), No Author Listed, June 5, 1940
Box   78
Folder   25
Negative Cost Report, undated
Fort Vengeance (Allied Artists, 1953)
Box   78
Folder   26
Correspondence, Shooting Schedule, Production Costs, Income Statements (“The Royal Mounted Police”), 1951-1962
Box   78
Folder   27
Script, by Dan Ullman, circa 1952
“Fortunes of Monte Cristo” (Unproduced)
Box   78
Folder   28
Correspondence, Budget, 1951
“The Fourth World” (Unproduced)
Box   79
Folder   1
Clippings, 1950-February 1958
Box   79
Folder   2
Contract and Correspondence, 1956
Box   79
Folder   3
Correspondence and Story Outline, March 1956-March 1966
“Frontier Knight”/“Galahad of the Border” (Unproduced)
Box   79
Folder   4
Synopsis, by Paul Schofield, February 1939
Gaily, Gaily (Another Version Produced by United Artists, 1969)
Box   79
Folder   5
Clippings, 1966-1967
Contracts
Box   79
Folder   6
Embassy Pictures Corp., November 30, 1964
Box   79
Folder   7
Purchase Agreements with Ben and Rose Hecht, 1964-1965
Correspondence
Box   79
Folder   8
With Actors and Agents, April 1964-March 1967
Box   79
Folder   9
Ginnes, Abe, February 1964-December 1967
Box   79
Folder   10
Hecht, Ben and Rose, December 1963-December 1967
Box   79
Folder   10
Title Registration, May-October 1964
Box   79
Folder   11
Legal Correspondence, including Expenses, February 1964-January 1968
Box   79
Folder   12
Final Screenplay by Abram S. Ginnes, undated
Box   79
Folder   13
Original Story by Ben Hecht, 1963
Box   79
Folder   14
Treatment by Abram S. Ginnes, April 1964
Box   79
Folder   15
Walter Wanger's Notes, November 1967
“The Gang's All Here” (This Version Unproduced)
Box   79
Folder   16
Memoranda from Lawrence and Lee, March 1960
General Motors Film Idea (Unproduced)
Box   79
Folder   17
Correspondence, August-October 1940
“Gibraltar” (Unproduced)
Box   79
Folder   18
Correspondence and Synopsis, May 1939
Gilda (Columbia, 1946)
Box   79
Folder   19
Treatment by E.A. Ellington, circa 1944
“The Gingko Tree” (Unproduced)
Box   79
Folder   20
Correspondence and Summary, October 1957-July 1959
“The Girl With the Swansdown Seat” (Unproduced)
Box   79
Folder   21
Correspondence, May-August 1956
“The Gouffe Case” and “Big Brass Band” (Unproduced)
Box   79
Folder   22
Correspondence, 1955-1956, 1964-1965
Grand Junction Project (Unproduced)
Box   79
Folder   23
Correspondence, August 1948
“The Greatest Raid of All” (Unproduced)
Note: Labeled “Dead File”
Box   79
Folder   24
Correspondence, Clippings, July 1960-October 1965
“A Grue of Ice” (Unproduced)
Box   79
Folder   25
Correspondence, December 1962-January 1963
Gung-Ho! (Universal, 1943)
Box   79
Folder   26
Cast, Staff, Writers, Credits, March-December 1943
Box   79
Folder   27
Censorship, September 1942-September 1943
Box   79
Folder   28
Clippings and Publicity, December 1943-January 1944
Box   79
Folder   29
Contracts and Correspondence, 1943
Correspondence
Box   79
Folder   30
Pre-Production, September 1942-October 1943
Box   79
Folder   31
Post-Production, November 1943-August 1946
Box   79
Folder   32
With Lt. Col. Evans F. Carlson; Speech, Biographical Sketches, August 1942-November 1944
Box   79
Folder   33
With Lt. Wilfred S. LeFrancois, March-December 1943
Box   79
Folder   34
Cost and Income Statements, 1943-1954
Box   79
Folder   35
Publicity, Program, Music, Preview, Radio, November 1943-February 1944
Scripts and Screenplays
Box   79
Folder   36
Continuity and Dialogue, December 8, 1943
Box   79
Folder   37
Typescript Original Story (“The Makin Episode”), by Lt. W.S. LeFrancois, U.S.M.C., undated
Box   79
Folder   38
Screenplay by Lucien Hubbard, May 7, 1943
Box   79
Folder   39
Screenplay by Hubbard, July 7, 1943, with Revisions of July 27, September 16, 1943
Box   79
Folder   40
Script by LeFrancois, September 23, 1943
“Habona” (“The Builder”) (Unproduced)
Box   80
Folder   1
Synopsis, by Rose Minte and Lillian Bret Harte, circa 1931
Alexander Hamilton Project (Unproduced)
Box   80
Folder   2
Correspondence and Clippings, January 1948-September 1949
“Harvey” (Unproduced by Wanger)
Box   80
Folder   3
Correspondence, March 1939-May 1947
Her Master's Voice (Paramount, 1936)
Box   80
Folder   4
First Draft Script (Labeled “Exactly as Filmed”), by Dore Schary (Annotated), September 18, 1935
History Is Made at Night (United Artists, 1937)
Box   80
Folder   5
Final Revised Script, by Gene Towne and Graham Baker, January 3, 1937
Box   80
Folder   5
Negative Cost Report; Staff List, December 1936
“Hitler's Women” (Unproduced)
Box   80
Folder   6
Story Idea, undated
The House Across the Bay (United Artists, 1940)
Box   80
Folder   7
Revised Final Script by Kathryn Scola, October 11, 1939
Box   80
Folder   7
Negative Cost Report, undated
I Met My Love Again (United Artists, 1938)
Box   80
Folder   8
Revised Script, by Arthur Ripley, Joshua Logan, and David Hertz, June 23, 1937
Box   80
Folder   8
Negative Cost Report; Staff List, June 1937
I Want to Live! (United Artists, 1958)
Box   80
Folder   9
Budget, Production Costs and Other Expenses, February- September 1958
Box   80
Folder   10
Call Sheets, March-July 1958
Box   80
Folder   11
Casting Lists, February-May 1958
Box   80
Folder   12
Censorship, March-August 1958
Box   80
Folder   13-15
Contracts and Releases, August 1956-1958
Correspondence
Box   80
Folder   16-20
General, 1957-1960
Box   80
Folder   21
Academy Award Congratulations, March-May 1959
Box   80
Folder   22
Hayward, Susan, 1957-1959
Box   80
Folder   23
Screenings, September 1958-February 1959
Legal Correspondence
Box   80
Folder   24-26
February 1957-April 1958
Box   81
Folder   1-2
May 1958-October 1960
Box   81
Folder   3-4
Montgomery, Ed, December 1956-March 1960
Box   81
Folder   5
Barbara Graham's Correspondence with Al Matthews (Copies), September 1954-May 1955
Box   81
Folder   6-7
Income Statements, July 1959-January 1960, July 1961-December 1962
Box   81
Folder   8
Music, 1958-1959
Box   104
Preview Cards
Box   81
Folder   9
Private Screening, September 30, October 6, 8, 1958; Program and Bookings
Box   81
Folder   10
Production Reports, March-June 1958
Publicity
Box   81
Folder   11-12
Background Information and Clippings, 1953-1959
Clippings
Box   81
Folder   13
Pre-Release, April 1957-October 1958
Box   81
Folder   14
Release, November 1958
Box   81
Folder   15-16
General Clippings, December 1958-April 1959
Box   81
Folder   17
Life Magazine Crime Series, circa 1957
Box   81
Folder   18
Foreign Clippings, November-December 1958
Box   81
Folder   19
Correspondence, 1957-1958
Box   81
Folder   20
Press Package Feature Stories
Box   81
Folder   21
Publicity Tour, 1958
Reference and Research Materials
Box   81
Folder   22-23
Character Sketches of Barbara Graham, Mabel Monahan, Iris Salter, Emmett Perkins and Jack Santo; and Notes, by Sigmund Fritschel, undated
Box   81
Folder   24
Description of the Graham Case (“Lost Woman”), by Marcel Frym, J.D., undated
Box   81
Folder   25
Statement of John L. True to San Francisco Police (copy), June 4, 1953
Box   81
Folder   26
Shooting Schedules, March-May 1958
Box   81
Folder   27
Original Story - Book by Tabor Rawson, 1958
Box   81
Folder   28
French Translation (Je Veux Vivre) of Rawson's Book by F.M. Watkins, 1958
Scripts and Screenplays
Box   81
Folder   29
Original Story (The Barbara Graham Story), by Ed Montgomery, April 14, 1957
Box   81
Folder   30
Story (The Barbara Graham Story), by Ed Montgomery, April/May 1957
Box   81
Folder   31
Script Revisions (Annotated) (“The Story of B.G.”), part 1, by Don Mankiewicz, July and August 1957
Box   81
Folder   32
Typescript First Draft Script (“The Story of B.G.”), by Mankiewicz, August 1957, with Revisions
Box   82
Folder   1
Typescript Revisions (“The Story of B.G.”), labeled “Obsolete, Don M. Working Copy,” by Mankiewicz, September 1957
Box   82
Folder   2
Typescript Revisions (“The Story of B.G.”), labeled “First Draft,” Second Revision, by Mankiewicz, September 17, 1957
Box   82
Folder   3
Typescript Revisions (“The Story of B.G.”), part 2, by Mankiewicz (Annotated), 1957
Box   82
Folder   4
Typescript Revised Draft Screenplay (“Barbara”), by Mankiewicz (Annotated), September 1957
Box   82
Folder   5
Typescript Second Revised Screenplay (“Barbara”), by Mankiewicz, November 1957
Box   82
Folder   6
Revised Pages (“The Story of Barbara Graham”), by Mankiewicz, circa 1957
Box   82
Folder   7
First Estimating Draft (“Barbara”), by Everett De Baum, December 1957-January 1958
Box   82
Folder   8
Typescript First Draft (“The Barbara Graham Story”), Part I, by Nelson Gidding, January 23, 1958
Box   82
Folder   9
Typescript First Script (“The Barbara Graham Story”), Part I, by Gidding, January 30, 1958-February 25, 1958, with Revisions
Box   82
Folder   10
First Mimeo Estimating Script (“The Barbara Graham Story”), by Gidding, February 3, 1958, with Revisions and Annotations
Box   82
Folder   11
Final Shooting Script (I Want to Live!), by Gidding, March 14, 1958, with Annotations and Revisions
Box   82
Folder   12
Script Portions (“The Barbara Graham Story”), by Gidding, March and April 1958
Box   82
Folder   13
Script (“The Case of Barbara Graham”), by Edward S. Montgomery, undated
Box   82
Folder   14
Other Script Pages
Box   82
Folder   15
Wanger's Personal Notes, including Titles, 1957-1958
Box   82
Folder   16
Barbara Graham Material and Notes of Everett De Baum, November and December 1957
Box   82
Folder   17
Staff Lists and Correspondence, October 1956-September 1958
Box   82
Folder   18
Step Outline and Notes, by Don Mankiewicz, 1957
Disc 195A
No.   2
Robert Wise: Thoughts on Trial Scenes; and Wanger Letters, 1958 March?
Tape 1035A
No.   5
Tape user copy of disc
U.S. Mss 136AN
“If I Loved You” (Unproduced)
Box   82
Folder   19
Correspondence and Contracts, 1945-1948
“The Illusionist”/“L'Illusionniste” (Unproduced)
Box   82
Folder   20
Typescript Story (“The Illusionist”), by Walter Wanger, Adapted by Rolf Passer, with Correspondence and Affidavit, November 1938
Box   82
Folder   21
Script (“The Magician,” or “L'Illusionniste”) by Sacha Guitry, Translated by Harold Clurman, undated
“The Immaculate Mind of Francesca Lundeen” (Unproduced)
Box   82
Folder   22
Correspondence, December 1962-March 1963
“Instant Gold” (Unproduced)
Box   82
Folder   23
Contracts, March 1965
The Invasion of the Body Snatchers (Allied Artists, 1956)
Box   82
Folder   24
Budget and Production Reports, February 1955-February 1956
Box   82
Folder   25
Contracts and Legal Correspondence, 1954-1959
Box   82
Folder   26
Correspondence, January 1954-June 1966
Box   83
Folder   1
Labor Distribution Reports, January 1955-February 1956
Box   83
Folder   2
Wanger's Notes, January 1955-February 1956
Box   83
Folder   3
Plans for Opening Narration, June-September 1955
Box   83
Folder   4
Publicity, November 1954-April 1958
Scripts and Screenplays
Box   83
Folder   5
Script (“The Body Snatchers”) by Daniel Mainwaring, from the Serial by Jack Finney, February 10, 1955, with Revisions
Box   83
Folder   6
Final Revised Script (“The Body Snatchers”), by Mainwaring, March 17, 1955
Box   83
Folder   7
Final Revised Script (“The Body Snatchers”), by Mainwaring (Annotated), March 17, 1955, with Revisions of March 25, 1955, Marked for Shooting; Including Staff Sheets, Locations, Cast Sheets, Shooting Schedule, Cover Set Sheet
Box   83
Folder   8
Script Fragments, No Author Listed (Annotated), March 1955
Box   83
Folder   9
Original Story (“A Fall of Small Frogs”), by Jack Finney, undated
Joan of Arc (RKO, 1948)
Box   83
Folder   10
Correspondence, Contracts, Script Fragments, 1948-1961
Box   83
Folder   11
Financial Statements, March 1949-December 1965
Kansas Pacific (Allied Artists, 1953)
Box   83
Folder   12
Correspondence, June-July 1952
Box   83
Folder   12
Call Sheets, July 1952
Box   83
Folder   13
Income Statements, 1953-1962
Box   83
Folder   14
Payroll, December 1951-September 1952
Box   83
Folder   14
Accounts Payable, March-September 1952
Box   83
Folder   15
Production Costs, July 1952-January 1953; Labor Distribution, October 1952-January 1953; Daily Report, July 1952
Box   83
Folder   16
Script by Dan Ullman, undated
Box   83
Folder   17
Revised Script by Ullman (Annotated), undated
Ladies Courageous (Universal, 1944)
Box   83
Folder   18
Cast, Title, Censorship, Clippings, Scenes, September 1942-December 1943
Box   83
Folder   19
Contracts and Correspondence, January-October 1943
Correspondence
Box   83
Folder   20
General Correspondence, August 1942-October 1944
Box   83
Folder   21
Butterfield, Allyn, May 1943-February 1944
Box   83
Folder   22
Gilbert, Doris, January-June 1943
Box   83
Folder   23
Income Statements, 1944-1953
Box   83
Folder   24
Publicity and Exploitation Manual, 1944
Box   83
Folder   25
Research Notes of Doris Gilbert, January-February 1943
Scripts and Screenplays
Box   83
Folder   26
Continuity and Dialogue, February 28, 1944
Box   83
Folder   27
Revised Final Screenplay (“When Ladies Fly”), by Norman Reilly Raine and Doris Gilbert, August 12, 1943, with Revisions of September 15, 1943
The Lady in the Iron Mask (20th Century-Fox, 1952)
Box   83
Folder   28
Budget, Shooting Schedule, Production Reports, October-November 1951
Box   83
Folder   29
Cast Sheet, Call Sheet, October 1951
Box   83
Folder   30
Correspondence and Contracts (“The Queen's Men”), April 1951-May 1955
Box   84
Folder   1-3
Income Statements, November 1952-August 1959
Scripts and Screenplays
Box   84
Folder   4
Revised Script, No Author Listed, August 15, 1951
Box   84
Folder   5
Revised Script, No Author Listed, September 12, 1951
Box   84
Folder   6
Revised Script, No Author Listed, October 9, 1951, with Shooting Schedule
“The Laguardia Story“ (Unproduced Film Project)
Box   84
Folder   7
Correspondence, October 1947-May 1948
“Laurette” (Unproduced)
Box   84
Folder   8
Correspondence, February-March 1961
“The Lion” (Not produced by Wanger)
Box   84
Folder   9
Correspondence, Clippings, Agreements, July 1959-August 1964
“The Little Shepherd of Kingdom Come” (Not Produced by Wanger)
Box   84
Folder   10
Correspondence re: Story Purchase, 1947
“The Lonely Road” (Unproduced)
Box   84
Folder   11
Correspondence and Treatment by George Worthing Yates, January 1946-June 1947
The Long Voyage Home (United Artists, 1940)
Box   84
Folder   12
Wanger's Annotated Copy of the Revised Final Script, by Dudley Nichols, from the Original by Eugene O'Neill, May 13, 1940
Box   84
Folder   12
Negative Cost Report, November 1940
The Lost Moment (Universal, 1947)
Box   84
Folder   13
Daily Box Office Reports, October-December 1947
Box   84
Folder   14
Contracts, Correspondence, and Payroll, January-November 1947
Box   84
Folder   15
Correspondence, January 1947-October 1949
Note: Includes Earlier Titles: “Lost Love” and “Aspern Papers”
Costs
Box   103
Folder   3
Picture Cost Statements, February-December 1947
Box   103
Folder   4
Weekly Cost Summaries, March 1947-January 1949
Box   84
Folder   16
Weekly Cost Statement to Universal, March-December 1947
Box   84
Folder   17
Credits and Censorship, January-September 1947
Box   84
Folder   18
Income Statements, December 1947-September 1953
Box   84
Folder   19
Loans and Mortgages - Papers and Correspondence, 1947-1951
Box   84
Folder   20
Preview Analysis, September-October 1947
Box   84
Folder   21
Production Reports, Shooting Schedule, March-September 1947
Box   84
Folder   22
Publicity, October-December 1947
Scripts and Screenplays
Box   84
Folder   23
Final Screenplay (“The Lost Love”), by Leonardo Bercovici, from the Novel The Aspern Papers, by Henry James, January 29, 1947
Box   84
Folder   24
Screenplay, by Bercovici, undated
“The Man from Nowhere, or, The Reluctant Saint” (Not produced by Wanger)
Box   84
Folder   25
Second Draft Script, by Daniel Mainwaring, Based on the Story by Hardy Kruger and Mainwaring, September 6, 1962
“The Man from Snake River” (Unproduced)
Box   84
Folder   26
Clippings, November 1954-May 1955
Box   85
Folder   1
Contracts, December 1954-May 1955
Box   85
Folder   2
Correspondence, September 1954-March 1960
Box   85
Folder   3
Labor Distribution Reports, June-July 1955
Box   85
Folder   4
Research and Reference Materials, April 1953-June 1956
Scripts and Screenplays
Box   85
Folder   5
First Draft, No Author Listed, May 25, 1955
Box   85
Folder   6
First Draft, Incomplete, by Richard Collins, June 27, 1955
Box   85
Folder   7
Typescript First Draft Script, by Collins, July 16, 1955, with Revisions of August 1, 1955
Box   85
Folder   8
Original Story - Adventures in Politics, by Richard L. Neuberger, 1954 (Wanger's Marked Copy)
Box   85
Folder   9
Story Presentation (“The Neuberger Story”), by Kay Lenard, January 1956
“The Man with the Miraculous Hands” (Unproduced)
Box   85
Folder   10
Correspondence, April-July 1961
“The Man with Two Shadows” (Unproduced)
Box   85
Folder   11
Script, by Robin Maugham, undated
Mary Burns, Fugitive (Paramount, 1935)
Box   85
Folder   12
Final Cost Budget, 1935
Box   85
Folder   13
Revised Final Shooting Script, No Author Listed, August 24, 1935
Box   85
Folder   14
Revised Final Shooting Script, No Author Listed, August 28, 1935, with Revisions of October 4, 1935
“Mona Lisa” (Unproduced Film Project)
Box   85
Folder   15
Correspondence and Outlines (“The Smile”), by Bernard C. Shoenfeld, March-June 1953
The Moon's Our Home (Paramount, 1936)
Box   85
Folder   16
Final Cost Budget, 1935
Box   85
Folder   17
Revised Final Script, by Isabel Dawn and Boyce DeGaw, January 30, 1936
Navy Wife (Allied Artists, 1956)
Box   85
Folder   18
Contracts and Correspondence, January 1954-December 1955
Box   85
Folder   19
Correspondence, March 1954-November 1956
Box   85
Folder   20
Labor Distribution Reports, November 1954-May 1956
Box   85
Folder   21
Production Reports and Costs; Shooting Schedules, June-December 1955
Box   85
Folder   22
Publicity, October 1955-June 1956
Scripts and Screenplays
Box   85
Folder   23
First Draft Screenplay (“Mother-Sir!”), by Kay Lenard, From the Novel by Tats Blain, May 16, 1955
Box   85
Folder   24
Revised Script by Lenard, circa November 1955
Box   86
Folder   1
Revised Script (Annotated), by Lenard, circa November 1955
Box   86
Folder   2
Original Story - Mother-Sir! by Tats Blain, 1951 (Wanger's Annotated Copy)
Box   86
Folder   3
Story Treatments, October 1954
A Night in Paradise (“Peacock's Feather”) (Universal, 1946)
Box   86
Folder   4
Correspondence, June 1944-July 1946
Box   85
Folder   5
Income Statements, October 1944-May 1954
Box   85
Folder   6
Production Files, Script Notes, Container, Correspondence, Narration Scripts, July 1934-July 1946
Box   85
Folder   7
Script by Ernest Pascal, November 20, 1944, with Revisions through March 20, 1945
“Night of the Short Knives” (Unproduced)
Box   86
Folder   8
Synopsis of Galleys of Novel by Burke Wilkinson, June 15, 1964
Box   86
Folder   9
Script, No Author Listed, from the Book by Wilkinson, March 29, 1965
Box   86
Folder   10
Script (Annotated), No Author Listed, April 6, 1965
Box   86
Folder   11
Revised Script, by John Hopkins, June 1966
Box   86
Folder   12
Script (Annotated), No Author Listed, August 1966 - with Henry Sandoz Letter re: Locations and Hardware, July 9, 1966
Box   86
Folder   13
Script, by Henry Sandoz, August 1966
Box   86
Folder   14
Draft Story Line, by Robert D. Graff, August 19, 1965
Box   86
Folder   15
Treatment for Screenplay, by John Hopkins, November 29, 1965
Box   86
Folder   16
Treatment for Screenplay, by Hopkins, February 10, 1966
“Not the Glory” (Unproduced)
Box   86
Folder   17
Correspondence and Outline (“A Close Call”), by Francis Thorens, November 1955-July 1957
“Notre-Dame des Desempares” (Unproduced)
Box   86
Folder   18
Correspondence, April 1960-February 1967
Box   86
Folder   19-21
Typescript English Translation of the Novel by Christian Murciaux, Parts I-III, October 1962
“Omar Khayyam” (Not Produced by Wanger)
Box   87
Folder   1
Correspondence and Story Ideas, December 1951-October 1953
Palm Springs (Paramount, 1936)
Box   87
Folder   2
Revised Final Script, by Joseph A. Fields, January 2, 1936
Pan American Airways Film Project (Unproduced)
Box   87
Folder   3
Correspondence and Clippings, December 1940-June 1943
“Phi Beta Legs” (Unproduced)
Box   87
Folder   4
Story Outline, by Karen de Wolf; Agreement, 1951
Police Department Project (Unproduced)
Box   87
Folder   5
Correspondence, September 1955-October 1958
The President Vanishes (Paramount, 1935)
Box   87
Folder   6
Final Cost Budget, 1934; Release Dates
Box   87
Folder   7
Script, No Author Listed, 1934
The President Vanishes and Private Worlds
Box   87
Folder   8-10
Cost and Distribution Statements, September 1934-January 1940
Private Worlds (Paramount, 1935)
Box   87
Folder   11
Final Cost Budget, 1935
Box   87
Folder   12
Final Script, by Gregory La Cava, December 28, 1934
Public Health Film (Unproduced)
Box   87
Folder   13
Correspondence, February-September 1948
“Queen of the Universe“(Unproduced)
Box   87
Folder   14
Correspondence, Contracts, and Payroll, May 1951-November 1956
Box   87
Folder   15
Ideas and Story Outline, by Ben Hecht, circa 1954
Box   87
Folder   16
First Draft Script, by Sherman L. Lowe, from a Story by Ben Hecht, undated
Box   87
Folder   17
Revised Draft Script, by Lowe, undated
“Raft O' Glory” (Unproduced)
Box   87
Folder   18
Correspondence, December 1942-April 1944
The Reckless Moment (Columbia, 1949)
Box   87
Folder   19
Breakdown Schedules, July-September 1948
Box   87
Folder   20
Budgets, 1947-1949
Box   87
Folder   21
Call Sheets, January-June 1949
Box   87
Folder   22
Contracts, Correspondence, and Payroll Records, 1948-1950
Box   87
Folder   23
Contract - Production, and Distribution Agreement with Pathe Industries, Inc., June 22, 1948
Box   87
Folder   24-25
Correspondence, 1947-1950
Box   87
Folder   26
Costs, Weekly Preproduction, 1948
Box   87
Folder   27
Distribution Statements, 1949
Box   87
Folder   28
Income Statements, Loan Payments, Notice of Default and Notice of Sale of Picture, November 1949-December 1954
Box   88
Folder   1
Production - Assistant Director's Daily Report, 1949
Scripts and Screenplays
Box   88
Folder   2
Typescript First Draft Script (“The Blank Wall”), by Robert E. Kent, December 5, 1947
Box   88
Folder   3
Typescript First Draft Script (“The Blank Wall”), by Leopold Atlas, December 24, 1947
Box   88
Folder   4
Typescript First Draft Script (“The Blank Wall”), by Mel Dinelli, February 6, 1948
Box   88
Folder   5
Revised Draft Script (“The Blank Wall”), by Dinelli, March 8, 1948, with Revisions of April 23, 1948
Box   88
Folder   6
First Draft Script (“The Blank Wall”) (Annotated), by Dinelli, April 28, 1948
Box   88
Folder   7
Typescript Screenplay (“The Blank Wall”), by DeWitt Bodeen, October 28, 1948
Box   88
Folder   8
First Estimating Draft Script (“The Blank Wall”), by Henry Garson and Robert Soderberg, February 1, 1949
Box   88
Folder   9
Final Draft Script (“The Blank Wall”), by Carson and Soderberg, Annotated with Revised Pages, March 1, 1949
Box   88
Folder   10
Revised Final Draft Script (“The Blank Wall”), by Carson and Soderberg, March 11, 1949, with Revisions of April 7, 1949; Marked for Shooting
Box   88
Folder   11
Revised Final Draft Script (“The Blank Wall”), by Carson and Soderberg, March 11, 1949, with Revisions of May 2, 1949
Box   88
Folder   12
Shooting Schedules, 1949
Box   88
Folder   13
Story Outlines, Suggested Changes, Revised Pages, Preview Results, 1947-1949
Box   88
Folder   14
Vouchers, 1949
“The Rector of Justin” (Unproduced)
Scripts and Screenplays
Box   88
Folder   15
First Draft Script, by Samuel Taylor, Based on the Book by Louis Auchincloss, March 8, 1965
Box   88
Folder   16
Second Draft Script, by Taylor, April 1, 1965
Box   88
Folder   17
Script, by Taylor, April 1, 1965
Box   88
Folder   18
Script, by Taylor, August 25, 1965
Reign of Terror (Eagle Lion, 1949)
Box   88
Folder   19
Breakdown Schedule, Revised Final, June 19, 1948
Box   88
Folder   19
Set List, March 27, 1948
Box   88
Folder   20
Production Budget and Final Cost Accounting, 1948
Box   88
Folder   21
Contracts and Correspondence, 1947-1949
Box   88
Folder   22
Production Cost Statements, Weekly, 1948-1949
Box   89
Folder   1
Income and Distribution Statements, 1948-1954
Box   89
Folder   2
Post-Production, April 1948-August 1949
Box   89
Folder   3
Production Reports, Daily, August-September 1948
Box   89
Folder   4
Revised Final Script (“The Bastille,” “The Black Book”), by Philip Yordan, Original Story by Aeneas MacKenzie, June 17, 1948
Box   89
Folder   5
Discarded Script Pages, by Philip Yordan, 1948
“Rena' s Way” (Unproduced)
Box   89
Folder   5A
Correspondence and Summary of Novel by Victoria Morhaim, July 1959-April 1960
Riot in Cell Block 11 (Allied Artists, 1954)
Box   89
Folder   6
Budget, Cost Records, July-November 1953; Audit, June 1957
Box   89
Folder   7
Call Sheets, August-September 1953
Box   89
Folder   8
Contracts and Correspondence, 1953
Correspondence
Box   89
Folder   9-13
General, January 1953-1959
Box   89
Folder   14
Inter-Office Memoranda and Trip Sheets, April 1953-June 1954
Box   89
Folder   15
Legal, 1953
Box   89
Folder   16
Look and Pageant Magazines, Fall 1953
Box   89
Folder   17
Walter and Peg McGraw, March 1953-November 1954
Box   89
Folder   18
Miscellaneous Prison Related Correspondence, 1952-1954
Edinburgh Film Festival
Box   89
Folder   19
Clippings, Programs, Invitations, August 21-29, 1954
Box   89
Folder   20
Correspondence, August 20-September 2, 1954
Box   89
Folder   21
Correspondence (also re: Venice Film Festival), May-December 1954
Box   89
Folder   22
Employment Applications, June-August 1953, February 1954
Box   89
Folder   23
Income Statements, 1958
Box   89
Folder   24
Labor and Equipment Costs, June 1953-February 1954
Box   89
Folder   25
Music and Music Cue Sheet, December 1953
Box   89
Folder   26
Production Reports, August-October 1953
Publicity and Publicity Correspondence
Box   89
Folder   27
General, August 1953-April 1954, August 1954
Box   89
Folder   28
With Morgan and Brenon, January-March 1954
Box   89
Folder   29
Promotional Tours, 1954
Box   89
Folder   30
Clippings, Publicity, Reviews, July 1953-April 1955
Reference and Research Material
Box   89
Folder   31-33
Clippings and Background Information About Prisons, 1946-1954
Box   89
Folder   34-35
Other Reference Material, 1943-1954
Box   89
Folder   36
Wanger's Impressions of Jail and Going to Jail, undated
Box   89
Folder   37
Wanger's Prison Writings
Box   90
Folder   1
Wanger's Writings on Prison, this Movie, and Rehabilitation
Box   90
Folder   2
Honor Farm Rules
Box   90
Folder   3
Phoenix Plan Materials, 1952
Box   90
Folder   4
Writings and Letters of Prisoners; Sketches, undated
Scripts and Screenplays
Box   90
Folder   5
Typescript First Draft Screenplay (“Riot”), Incomplete, First Sequence Only, by Richard Collins, April 29, 1953
Box   90
Folder   6
Typescript Draft Script (“Riot”) (Annotated), by Collins, June 1, 1953
Box   90
Folder   7
First Draft Script (“Riot”) (Annotated), by Collins, June 2, 1953
Box   90
Folder   8
Revised Script, by Collins, June 29, 1953
Box   90
Folder   9
Revised Script, by Collins, June 29, 1953, with Revisions of July 21, 1953
Box   90
Folder   10
Revised Script Pages, Annotated, Incomplete; No Author Listed, July 13, 1953
Box   90
Folder   11
Draft Script Pages, Annotated, Incomplete, No Author Listed, August 5, 1953
Box   90
Folder   12
Final Shooting Script, No Author Listed, August 5, 1953
Box   90
Folder   13
Revised Final Shooting Script, No Author Listed, August 5, 1953, with Revisions of August 13, 1953
Box   90
Folder   14
Revised Script Pages, Annotated, Incomplete, No Author Listed, August 15, 1953, October 15, 1953
Box   90
Folder   15
Script Pages (Annotated) and Correspondence with Richard Collins, June-October 1953
Box   90
Folder   16
Staff, Cast, and Shooting Schedule, Prop and Canteen List, Reel Description, August 1953
Box   90
Folder   17
Titles and Proposed Titles
Rocket to the Moon Project (Unproduced)
Box   90
Folder   18
Correspondence, February 1946
“The St. Moritz Affair” (Unproduced)
Box   90
Folder   19
Clippings and Correspondence, January-July 1957
Salome, Where She Danced (Universal, 1945)
Box   90
Folder   20
Continuity with Dialogue, 1944
Box   90
Folder   21
Contract, Correspondence, and Payroll of Laurence Stallings, 1944-1950
Box   90
Folder   22
Correspondence and Miscellany, 1943
Box   90
Folder   23
Income Statements, including Grosses, 1945-1954
Box   90
Folder   24
Production Correspondence, Music, Casting, January 1944-October 1945
Box   90
Folder   25
Post-Production Correspondence, January 1944-September 1945
Box   90
Folder   26
Production Reports, January 1945; Final Cost Sheet, April 1945
Box   90
Folder   27
Publicity Brochure
Scripts and Screenplays
Box   90
Folder   28
Script, by Laurence Stallings, September 12, 1944; with Revisions of September and October 1944
Box   90
Folder   29
Script Notes, Correspondence, April 1944-March 1946
Scarlet Street (Universal, 1945)
Box   90
Folder   30
Continuity Breakdown, July 23, 1945
Box   90
Folder   31
Budget Estimates, July 1945
Censorship
Box   90
Folder   32
Lawsuit Briefs, Universal v. City of Atlanta , March-May 1946
Box   90
Folder   33
Lawsuit Correspondence, June 1945-October 1946
Box   90
Folder   34
Clippings, September 1945-July 1946
Box   91
Folder   1
Contracts, February 1945-January 1951
Box   91
Folder   2
Correspondence, January 1945-October 1947
Box   91
Folder   3
Income Statements, May 1948-May 1954
Box   91
Folder   4
Lawsuit, Diana Productions, Inc. v. Fidler , December 1945-March 1947
Box   91
Folder   5
Post-Production Correspondence, May 1944-June 1946
Scripts and Screenplays
Box   91
Folder   6
Revised Final Script, by Dudley Nichols, July 18, 1945
Box   91
Folder   7
Continuity and Dialogue Script, by Nichols, December 17, 1945
Albert Schweitzer Memorial Project (Unproduced)
Box   91
Folder   8
Clippings and Correspondence, January 1949-January 1950
Secret Beyond the Door (Universal, 1948)
Box   91
Folder   9
Contracts and Correspondence re: Purchase, December 1945-September 1946
Box   91
Folder   10
Employment, January 1946-April 1947
Box   91
Folder   11
Post-Production Correspondence, September 1946-April 1948
Box   91
Folder   12
Production, Legal, Budget, Costs, January 1946-February 1948
Box   91
Folder   13
Final Shooting Script, by Silvia Richards, Based on a Story by Rufus King, undated, with Changes Dated February 7, 1947
Box   91
Folder   14
Redbook Novelization, by Rufus King, December 1945
Box   91
Folder   15
Story Outline, Correspondence, Notes, December 1945- October 1947
“Shalimar” (Unproduced)
Box   91
Folder   15A
Story Outline (Annotated), by Leon Gutterman and Reed Johnston, undated
Shanghai (Paramount, 1935)
Box   91
Folder   16
Final Cost Budget, 1935
Box   91
Folder   17
Financial Statements, 1936-1938
Note: Also includes Financial Statements for Smart Girl, Every Night at Eight, Mary Burns, Fugitive, Her Master's Voice, Trail of the Lonesome Pine, The Case Against Mrs. Ames, The Moon's Our Home, Big Brown Eyes, Fatal Lady, Palm Springs, and Spendthrift.
Box   91
Folder   18
Final Shooting Script, No Author Listed, April 26, 1935
“The Sinner, A Story of Mary Magdalene” (Unproduced)
Box   91
Folder   19
Correspondence and Contracts with Charles O'Neill; Correspondence and Treatment, by Jean Renoir, May 1946-January 1947
Slave Market Project (Unproduced)
Box   91
Folder   20
Story Outline, by Geoffrey Homes, undated
Box   91
Folder   20
Correspondence, February 1959-February 1963
Slightly Honorable (United Artists, 1940)
Box   91
Folder   21
Revised Shooting Script (“Send Another Coffin”), by Ken Englund, Adapted by John Lay and Robert Tallman, August 25, 1939, with Retakes of October 18, 1939
Box   91
Folder   21
Negative Cost Report, undated
Smart Girl (Paramount, 1935)
Box   91
Folder   22
Final Cost Budget, 1935
Box   91
Folder   23
Revised Working Script, No Author Listed, May 22, 1935
Smash-Up - The Story of a Woman (Universal, 1947)
Box   91
Folder   24
Audit, June 1948
Box   91
Folder   25
Continuity Index, June 1946
Box   91
Folder   26
Contracts and Correspondence, August 1945-January 1947
Box   91
Folder   27
Correspondence (“Angelica”), July 1945-December 1947
Box   91
Folder   28
Credits and Censorship, April 1946-May 1947
Box   92
Folder   1
Income and Box Office Statements, February 1947-May 1954
Box   91
Folder   2
Music - “Life Can Be Beautiful”
Box   91
Folder   3
Publicity, June 1946-June 1947
Scripts and Screenplays
Box   91
Folder   4
Revised Final Script, by John H. Lawson, from a Story by Dorothy Parker and Frank Cavett, May 15, 1946; including Revised Final Changes
Box   91
Folder   5
Script Notes and Changes, April-November 1946
Box   91
Folder   6
Shooting Schedules, 1946
“The Snow Queen”(This Version Unproduced
Box   92
Folder   7
Correspondence and Two Treatments by Robert Thom and Edward DeBlasio, July-August 1964
“So Gallantly Gleaming” (Unproduced)
Box   92
Folder   8
Clippings, May 1946-April 1959
Box   92
Folder   9
Contracts, July 1939-November 1941
Box   92
Folder   10
Copyright, April 18, 1955
Box   92
Folder   11
Correspondence, September 1939-August 1964
Scripts and Screenplays
Box   92
Folder   12
Outline for Opening, by Harvey Thew and Peter Ordway, August 9, 1939
Box   92
Folder   13
First Rough Draft Script, by Sonya Levien (Annotated), December 2, 1939
Box   92
Folder   14
First Rough Draft Script, by Levien, December 2, 1939, with Revisions of April 1940
Box   92
Folder   15
Script, by Levien, with Revisions of April 18, 1940
Box   92
Folder   16
Script, by Levien, undated
Box   92
Folder   17
Script Pages, by Levien, pp. 121-209 (end), with Character Description and Other Material
Annotated Script Pages, by Levien
Box   92
Folder   18
Pp. 1-31 (School and Courtship Sequences), November 1939
Box   92
Folder   19
Pp. 32-48 (Marriage Sequence), undated
Box   92
Folder   20
Pp. 49-55 (Family Reconciliation Sequence), undated
Box   92
Folder   21
Pp. 56-62 (St. Louis Sequence), January 1940
Box   92
Folder   22
Pp. 63-65 (Letter Sequence), pp. 66-75 (Pres. Tyler Sequence), and pp. 76-81 (Homecoming Sequence), undated
Box   92
Folder   23
Pp. 82-120 (Report Sequence), January 27, 1940
Box   92
Folder   24
Pp. 121-130 (Pres. Polk Sequence), February 1940
Box   92
Folder   25
Pp. 130-137 (Mrs. Benton's Death Sequence) and pp. 138-147 (Fort Sutter Sequence)
Box   92
Folder   26
Pp. 148-156 (Monterrey Sequence) and pp. 157-168 (Jessie and Pres. Polk Sequence)
Box   92
Folder   27
Pp. 169-177 (Cahuenga Sequence) and pp. 178-185 (Kit Carson Comes to Washington)
Box   92
Folder   28
Pp. 186-203 (Court Martial Sequence) and pp. 204-209 (Benton Home/Ending Sequence)
Box   92
Folder   29
Story, by Harvey Thew and Peter Ordway, undated
Box   92
Folder   30
First Treatment, by Thew and Ordway, undated
Box   92
Folder   31
Memorandum, August 3, 1939, and Revised Treatments, January 21, 1947, undated
Soldier of Fortune (Not Produced by Wanger? Another Version Produced by 20th Century-Fox, 1955)
Box   92
Folder   32
Story Outline, by Jay Simms, undated
“Soul of Paris” (Unproduced)
Box   93
Folder   1
Contracts, Correspondence, and Partial Treatment, No Author Listed, January-April 1950
South African Project (Unproduced)
Box   93
Folder   2
Correspondence, September-November 1948
South American Project (Unproduced)
Box   93
Folder   3
Correspendence, March 1939-October 1940
Spendthrift (Paramount, 1936)
Note: See also Box 92, Folder 17.
Box   93
Folder   4
Dialogue Continuity, by George Marion, Jr. and Al Santell, undated
Box   93
Folder   5
Revised Final Continuity (“As Shot”), Original Story by Eric Hatch, Screenplay by Raoul Walsh and Bert Hanlon, May 5, 1936
Stagecoach (2 Versions, 1939 Version by United Artists)
Box   93
Folder   6
Correspondence, May 1957-October 1965
Box   93
Folder   7
Negative Cost Report, December 1938
Box   93
Folder   8
Revised Final Script, by Dudley Nichols, November 11, 1938
Stand-In (United Artists, 1937)
Box   93
Folder   9
Revised Final Script, by Gene Towne and Graham Baker, July 16, 1937
Box   93
Folder   9
Negative Cost Report; Staff Sheet, June 1937
“The Story of Cyllene” (Unproduced)
Box   93
Folder   10
Correspondence, July-August 1946
The Story of I.G. Farben Project (Unproduced)
Box   93
Folder   11
Clippings, December 1945-January 1946
Sundown (United Artists, 1941)
Box   93
Folder   12
Final Script, No Author Listed, undated
Box   93
Folder   13
Revised Final Script; No Author Listed, August 16, 1941 (Wanger's Annotated Copy, Annotated for Shooting)
“Sylva” (Unproduced)
Box   93
Folder   14
Correspondence, Contract, and Treatment, February 16, 1963, by Dalton Trumbo, February-November 1963
“Take the Stand, Mrs. Langtry” (Unproduced)
Box   93
Folder   14A
Correspondence and Cosmopolitan Story, November 1954-February 1956
Tangier (Universal, 1946)
Box   93
Folder   15
Clippings, March-December 1956
Box   93
Folder   16
Correspondence with Billy Grady, October 1952-July 1954; “One Passage East,” by Billy Grady
Box   93
Folder   17
Legal Correspondence and Contracts, December 1952-September 1959
Box   93
Folder   18
Outlines (“Tanja”) by Gerald Kersh and Correspondence, February 1956
Box   93
Folder   19
Outline and Alternate Beginnings
Box   93
Folder   20
Outline and Treatment (“Incident in Tangier”), by Edwin Blum, with Annotations, March 1956
Box   93
Folder   21
Treatment (“Tanja”), by Blum, with Annotations and Correspondence, March-April 1956
Box   93
Folder   22
Treatment (“The Tangier Story”), undated
Tap Roots (Universal, 1948
Box   93
Folder   23
Audits, May 1948-October 1949
Box   93
Folder   24
Budget, 1947
Box   93
Folder   25
Contracts, Correspondence, and Payroll, November 1946-October 1950
Box   93
Folder   26
Correspondence, October 1946-October 1949
Box   93
Folder   27
Correspondence with Writers, Synopsis, and Narration, December 1944-September 1964
Box   93
Folder   28
Cost Summaries, Weekly (Universal), April 1947-January 1949
Box   93
Folder   29
Cost Summaries, Weekly (Universal Estimating Department), June-October 1947
Box   93
Folder   30
Cost Summaries, Weekly (Paid by Walter Wanger Pictures, Inc.), May 1947-March 1948
Box   93
Folder   31
Income Statements, July 1948-October 1953
Box   93
Folder   32
Loans From Bank of America, May 1947-December 1949
Box   93
Folder   33
Music Set Ups, Set Lists, Added Scenes, 1947
Box   93
Folder   34
Production Reports, Daily, May 1947
Box   93
Folder   35
Publicity, Box Office Receipts, Audience Research, February 1947-January 1949
Box   94
Folder   1
Final Shooting Script, by Alan LeMay, May 8, 1947
Box   94
Folder   2
“Screenwriter's Doodles,” circa April 1947
Box   94
Folder   3
Shooting Schedules, May 1947
“Terry and the Pirates” (Unproduced)
Box   94
Folder   4
Correspondence and Contracts, August 1940-September 1945
3-D Follies Project (Unproduced)
Box   94
Folder   5
Correspondence, Drafts, Ideas, March-May 1953
“Time Out for Ginger” (Unproduced)
Box   94
Folder   6
Correspondence, December 1956-May 1957
To the People of the United States (U.S. Public Health Service, 1944 or 1945)
Box   94
Folder   7
Estimated Budget, 1943
Box   94
Folder   7
Invoices and Costs re: Production, 1943-1944
Box   94
Folder   8
Contracts, 1943-1944
Box   94
Folder   9-10
Correspondence, November 1942-April 1945
Box   94
Folder   11
Miscellany, April 1942-1944
Box   94
Folder   12
Scripts (Annotated), April 1942-January 1944
“Top Dog” (Unproduced)
Box   94
Folder   13
Correspondence, August 1956-December 1957; Notes
Box   94
Folder   14
Story Outline, Adapted by Monte Brice, October 19, 1957
Trade Winds (United Artists, 1938)
Box   94
Folder   15
Cost Report, December 31, 1938; Correspondence, September 1938; Negative Cost Report, undated
Box   94
Folder   16
First Rough Draft Script, by Tay Garnett, July 8, 1938
Box   94
Folder   17
Revised Final Script, by Dorothy Parker, Alan Campbell, and Frank R. Adams, September 26, 1938, with Retakes of October 26, 1938
Trail of the Lonesome Pine (Paramount, 1936)
Box   94
Folder   18
Final Cost Budget, 1935
Box   94
Folder   19
Reviews, 1936
Box   94
Folder   20
Final Draft Continuity, October 9, 1935, with Revisions of October 18, 1935
Tulsa (Eagle Lion, 1949)
Box   94
Folder   21
Breakdown Schedule, Production Report, Proclamations, 1948
Box   94
Folder   22
Budget, Production, June 1948
Box   94
Folder   23
Clippings, 1949
Box   94
Folder   24
Contracts, January-July 1948
Correspondence
Box   94
Folder   25
General, May 1947-September 1949
Box   94
Folder   26-27
Production, Title, and Premiere Correspondence, November 1947-1949
Box   94
Folder   28
Weekly Cost Statement to Eagle Lion, January 1948-October 1949
Box   95
Folder   1
Weekly Summary of Costs, January 1948-March 1949
Box   95
Folder   2
Financial Statements, October 1951-November 1953
Box   95
Folder   3
Income Statements and Loan Repayment Tickets, June 1949-January 1954
Box   95
Folder   4
Invoices, June-August 1948
Box   95
Folder   5
Daily Production Reports, May-October 1948
Box   95
Folder   6
Publicity and Advertisements, March 1949
Box   95
Folder   7
Research Materials, November 1947-September 1948
Box   95
Folder   8
Story Outline, No Author Listed, February 12, 1948
Box   95
Folder   9
Revised Final Script, by Frank Nugent and Curtis Kenyon, June 10, 1948, with Revisions of August 30, 1948
“Uncle Wiggily in Connecticut” (Unproduced)
Box   95
Folder   10
Typescript Second Draft Screenplay, March 11, 1949
“Underdog” (Unproduced)
Box   95
Folder   11
Correspondence and Contract, 1955-October 1956
Underworld U.S.A. (Not Produced by Wanger. Another Version Produced by Columbia, 1961)
Box   95
Folder   12
Clippings, September 1955-September 1958
Box   95
Folder   13
Correspondence, August 1955-August 1959
Box   95
Folder   14
Treatment, by Joel Sayre, July 10, 1956
Vietnam Project (Unproduced)
Box   95
Folder   15
Miscellany, May-June 1962
Vogues of 1938 (United Artists, 1937)
Box   95
Folder   16
Revised Final Script by Bella and Samuel Spewack, July 16, 1937
Box   95
Folder   16
Negative Cost Report, undated
Charles A. Ward Story (Unproduced)
Box   95
Folder   17
Clippings and Correspondence, June 1955-July 1959
“The Washington Flyer” (Unproduced)
Box   95
Folder   18
Contracts, 1946
We've Never Been Licked (Universal, 1943)
Box   95
Folder   19
Clippings, July 1942-1943
Correspondence
Box   95
Folder   20-22
General, May 1942-March 1945
Box   95
Folder   23
Promotional Letters, November-December 1942
Box   95
Folder   24
Income Statements, October 1943-May 1954
Box   95
Folder   25
Screenplay, by Norman Reilly Raine and Nick Grinde, November 2, 1942, with Revisions of February 1, 1943
Winchester '73 (Not Produced by Wanger. Another version produced by Universal, 1950)
Box   95
Folder   26
Correspondence and Story Outline, by Stuart N. Lake, January 1946-August 1947
Winter Carnival (United Artists, 1939)
Box   95
Folder   27
Revised Final Script, by Budd Schulberg, Maurice Rapf, and Lester Cole, May 19, 1939
Box   95
Folder   27
Negative Cost Report,undated
“A Woman Loves Once” (Unproduced)
Box   96
Folder   1
Contracts, March 1935-November 1941
Box   96
Folder   2
Treatment, Adaptation by Louis Stevens, From the Novel by Michael Arlen, undated
“The World and Little Willie” (Unproduced)
Box   96
Folder   3
Correspondence, April-July 1948
Box   96
Folder   4
Cost Statements, May-July 1948
“Yellow Knife” (Unproduced)
Box   96
Folder   5
Budget, Payroll, and Accounts Payable, January 1951-May 1952
Box   96
Folder   6
Clippings, July-November 1951
Box   96
Folder   7
Contracts and Correspondence, August 1951-December 1955
Box   96
Folder   8
Correspondence, 1950-October 1957
Scripts and Screenplays
Box   96
Folder   9
Typescript, No Author Listed, December 12, 1951
Box   96
Folder   10
Typescript First Draft, by John Tucker Battle, undated
Box   96
Folder   11
Script, by Battle, with Revisions by Dan Ullman, undated
Box   96
Folder   12
Typescript Script, No Author Listed, with Revisions by Edward Bends, undated
Box   96
Folder   13
Typescript Script (“The Puguan”), No Author Listed, undated
Box   96
Folder   14
Script Revisions, No Author Listed, undated
Box   96
Folder   15-16
Script Fragments (Annotated), No Author Listed, undated
Box   96
Folder   17
Original Story in Saturday Evening Post, by Robert Ormond Case, June 1951
Box   96
Folder   18
Story (“Buccaneer of the Barrens”), by Case, undated
Treatments
Box   96
Folder   19
“New Treatment,” by Case, May 4, 1951
Box   96
Folder   20
Screen Treatment, by Case, February 23, 1953
Box   96
Folder   21
Treatment (“Buccaneer of the Barrens”), by Sidney Franklin, Jr., February 18, 1954
Box   96
Folder   22
Empirical Treatment (“The Buccaneer of the Barrens”), by John Tucker Battle, undated
Box   96
Folder   23
Treatment (“Buccaneer of the Barrens”) by Case, undated
You Only Live Once (United Artists, 1937)
Box   96
Folder   24
Revised Script (Annotated), by Gene Towne and Graham Baker, undated
Box   96
Folder   25
Revised Final Script, by Gene Towne and Graham Baker, January 8, 1937
Box   96
Folder   25
Negative Cost Report, undated
Box   96
Folder   26-27
Story Ideas and Synopses, Titles A-Z, 1946-1949; Clippings, December 1936-January 1937
Box   96
Folder   28
“Dead File” - Miscellaneous Film Ideas, August 1949-January 1961
Series: Television and Theater Files
Boys Town Project
Box   97
Folder   1
Correspondence, November 1956
“Close-Up” Variety Show
Box   97
Folder   2
Synopsis, September 1956
“Crime Classics” Project
Box   97
Folder   3
Synopsis, November 1956
“Deal a Blow” Project
Box   97
Folder   4
Correspondence and Script for “Chrysler Corporation Presents,” by Robert Dozier, August 1955-June 1956
“Dynamite” Project
Box   97
Folder   5
Clippings, April 1955-May 1958
Box   97
Folder   6
Correspondence, August 1956-May 1961
Box   103
Folder   1
Pilot Script and Story Outlines, 1958
Box   103
Folder   2
Presentation, 1958
“Hollywood House Party”
Box   97
Folder   7
Contract, 1951
“If I Were President”
Box   97
Folder   8
Correspondence and Synopsis, 1957
“Jack and the Beanstalk” Project
Box   97
Folder   9
Correspondence and Clippings, November 1955-December 1956
Box   97
Folder   9
Short Story, No Author Listed, circa 1956
“Jungle Princess” Project
Box   97
Folder   10
Correspondence and Contracts, July 1950
“Planet Earth”
Box   97
Folder   11
Synopsis, May 1956
“The Quest” Project
Box   97
Folder   12
Story Outline and Correspondence, August-September 1956
“Radar 1956” Project
Box   97
Folder   13
Rough Outlines, by Walter Wanger and Dana Tasker, September 1956
“Stagecoach” Project
Box   97
Folder   14
Correspondence, Presentation, and Story Outline, May-August 1957
“Steve Canyon” Project
Box   97
Folder   15
Correspondence, September 1951-October 1965
Box   97
Folder   16
Miscellaneous Correspondence Regarding Various Television Properties, September 1956-1961
Parlor Story (Play) (New York, Biltmore Theatre, 1947)
Box   97
Folder   17
Correspondence, Partnership Agreement, Income, 1946-1951
Series: Other Papers
Box   97
Folder   18
BBDO Convention - Records, 1956
Box   97
Folder   19
Conference on Cultural Affairs and Foreign Relations, Los Angeles - Records, 1962
Box   97
Folder   20
Greater Los Angeles Plans, Inc., 1945-1949
Box   97
Folder   21
Magic Lantern Process, June 1961
Box   97
Folder   22
Miscellany, 1920-1965
Box   97
Folder   23
Record of J. Arthur Rank Films in the United States, 1948
Series: Free World Association Records
Box   97
Folder   24
Advertisements and Copy, 1944
Box   97
Folder   25-26
Americans United for World Organization - Correspondence, Press Releases, and General Papers, 1944-1945
Box   97
Folder   27
Board of Directors Correspondence, 1944-1945
Box   97
Folder   27
Minutes of Board of Directors and Free World Association, Hollywood Section, 1943-1945
Box   97
Folder   28
Commission to Study the Organization of Peace, 1944
Box   97
Folder   29
Committee for Interracial Progress, 1944
Box   97
Folder   30
“Complaints,” 1944-1945
Correspondence, General
Box   97
Folder   31-33
March 1943-November 1944
Box   98
Folder   1-2
December 1944-August 1945
Council for Democracy
Box   98
Folder   3
Briefs for Broadcasters Project, 1944-1945
Box   98
Folder   4
Other Papers, 1943-1945
Box   98
Folder   5
“Write Now,” 1944-1946
Financial Records
Box   98
Folder   6
Banking and Loan Records, 1944-1945
Box   98
Folder   7
Contributions and Fund Raising, 1943-1945
Box   98
Folder   8
Miscellaneous Invoices, 1943-1945
Box   98
Folder   9
Petty Cash Records, 1944-1945
Box   98
Folder   10
Freedom House, 1944
Box   98
Folder   11
Hollywood Free World Association Progress Reports, 1944-1945
Box   98
Folder   11
Los Angeles Free World Association, 1944
Box   98
Folder   12
Leases and Correspondence, 1943, 1945
Box   98
Folder   13
Legislation Research Committee Papers, 1944-1945
Box   98
Folder   14
Lists of Names, 1944-1945
Box   98
Folder   15
Lists of National Committee Members, 1943, undated
Membership Records
Box   98
Folder   16-17
Applications and Correspondence, Last Names, A-Z
Box   98
Folder   18
Committee Records, 1944
Box   98
Folder   19
Membership and Other Lists, 1943-1944, undated
Box   98
Folder   20
Membership Meeting, Annual, 1944
Box   98
Folder   21
Miscellany, 1944-1945
Box   98
Folder   22
National Citizens Political Action Committee, 1944
Other Organizations
Box   98
Folder   23-27
A-F, 1944-1945
Box   99
Folder   1-2
G-U, 1944-1945
Box   99
Folder   3
Town Hall, 1944
Box   99
Folder   4
V-W, 1944-1945
Box   99
Folder   5
Personnel Records and Reports, 1944-1945
Box   99
Folder   6
“Questionable” Organizations, 1943-1945
Box   99
Folder   7
Radio Bureau Minutes of Meetings, Correspondence, and Papers, 1944-1945
Box   99
Folder   8
Radio Show Proposed Scripts and Ideas, 1944-1945
Radio Scripts
Box   99
Folder   9
1943-April 1944
Box   100
Folder   1
July 1944-1945
Box   100
Folder   2
Reservations for Hepburn Meeting, undated
Box   100
Folder   3
Speeches and Articles, 1942-1945
Box   100
Folder   4
Statements of Principle and Drafts, 1944-1945
Box   100
Folder   5
Subscriptions to Free World, 1943-1945
Box   100
Folder   6
Walter Wanger Speech and Miscellany, 1944
Series: Films
DC 700-701
Aladdin's Lamp (Citadel Pictures, Inc., 1950; two copies)
Note: Director: Charles Haas
GA 067
[Greta Garbo Screen Test] (Walter Wanger Productions) [circa 1940]
DC 699
Northern Frontier (Associated Screen Studios, Canada, 1945)
Note

A Yellowknife Presentation [Sponsor]

Director: Ross Beesley

DC 699
Sometimes You Strike It Right (A Salmita Production, 1945)
AB 745
Universal Newsreel, Vol. 19, No. 550 [Segment] (Universal Pictures, Oct 31, 1946)
AB 745
Universal Newsreel, Vol. 19, No. 553 [Segment] (Universal Pictures, Nov 12, 1946)
FA 013-015
Woman in the Window (International Pictures, 1944; Released by RKO)
Note: Director: Fritz Lang
[Home Movies: Wanger Collection, No. 1-11] [Gene Markey?], 1929-1938
Note: Quotes in descriptions below are from title cards in the films.
AB 797
No. 1
Scope and Content Note: “Melinda at the Markey's, June 1936” - small child in yard with adults; “Santa Barbara Pool, July 3, 1938” - Joan Bennett and daughters swimming; “First Swimming Lesson, August 1938” - younger daughter in yard, both daughters having lesson; Untitled section - shots of Melinda as baby; “Fall 1936” - Joan and daughters in yard; “Xmas 1936” - Melinda and presents; wears Santa outfit; both girls in identical dresses play with toys, dolls, tea set.
CA 595
No. 2
Scope and Content Note: Christmas 1936, repeat in black and white of girls and toys from No. 1; “Children's Birthday Party, Beverly Hills Hilton Hotel, Feb. 26, 1937” - decorations, children with balloons, clown, long table and guests, Mickey Mouse favors, pan shots of children mugging at camera, Joan Bennett with children and cake; “Santa Barbara Pool, July 3, 1938” - black and white repeat of footage in No. 1; “Fleischman's Polo Field” - Walter, John, and the Children; “Santa Barbara Fourth of July” - bagpipe band,-polo players, family on field and getting into car; “First Swimming Lesson” - repeat in black and white of footage from No. 1; “Melinda's Swimming Lesson with Captain Nass, August 1938” child and instructor in pool, Joan Bennett at side; “Melinda and Linda Lovelace at Bel Air Beach Club September 1938” - Melinda playing on the beach with another little girl, Diane in pool.
AB 798
No. 3
Scope and Content Note: “Me with Chin Chin and Golly Nine Months“ - “Me” is Melinda, playing with two dogs; “Learning to Crawl 7 Months” - Melinda with teddy bear in high chair, then crawling on stomach; “Halloween Eight and A Half Months” - Melinda in hat with toy bell; “Arline Judge's Fancy Dress Party, Nine Months” - Melinda in ballerina costume sitting in chair, then in crib, on floor playing and crawling; “Christmas 1934” - Melinda and toys by tree. Diane plays with her.
AB 799
No. 4
Scope and Content Note: “May 1934-Three Months Birthday” - Melinda in crib, being fed with bottle; “June 27th Four Months Birthday” - Melinda in buggy. Diane and nurse play with her, in high chair; “And Still another bath, only this time mother is giving it to the four and a half months old Melinda” - Joan Bennett gives Melinda a bath under the glare of movie lights; “One of the First Cereal Meals--Mother at the Spoon”; “July 27th Five Months Birthday Having a Bath”
AB 800
No. 5
Scope and Content Note: “Play Yard Tower Road January 1936“ - Diane and Melinda with nurse and Joan Bennett, sandbox, slide, merry-go-round, swings; “Palm Springs March 1936” - Melinda, Diane and Joan Bennett in wading pool; “Markey Garden June 1936“ - Melinda in yard with grandparents(?); “Melinda at the Markeys June 1936” - repeat in black and white of color footage from No. 1
AB 801
No. 6
Scope and Content Note: “Melinda Markey February 27 1934” - picture of stork; “The Good Samaritan Hospital - Los Angeles” - views of hospital; Joan Bennett in bed; “Melinda at one day and a half with Miss Edwards the nurse” - Joan gets Melinda from nurse; “One Week Old” - shots of Joan in bed, holding baby; “March 1934“; “One week and five days old“; ”The Happy Family by Gene Markey” - more shots in hospital; “Leaving the hospital”; “At home two weeks and five days old” - Melinda in bassinet; “The Nursey” - shots of room; “Three weeks and five days old”; “Her morning bath - the first given at home by Mrs. Majors”; “ April 1934 - Another bath given by Mrs. Leash on her two months old birthday”; “May 1934 - Three months birthday” - repeat of footage from No. 4
AB 802
No. 7
Scope and Content Note: “June 27th Four Months Birthday”; “And still another bath only this time Mother is giving it to her”; “One of the first cereal meals - Mother at the spoon”; “July 27th Five Months Birthday , Having a Bath” - all above repeat from No. 4; “Malibu - Summer 1934” - Melinda in inflated boat; Joan Bennett poses her with sailor's hat; “Tower Road Seven Months” - Joan Bennett and Melinda with Diane
AB 803
No. 8
Scope and Content Note: “Children's Birthday Party Beverly Hills Hotel, February 26, 1937” - original color footage of this segment, which appears in black and white in No. 2
AB 804
No. 9
Scope and Content Note: “Palm Springs March 1935” - Joan Bennett and Melinda by pool; “Learning to walk Easter Day 1935 Thirteen Months” - Melinda toddling around in driveway aided by father and Diane and grandmother; ”Malibu-Fifteen Months” - Joan Bennett with Melinda and Diane wading at beach; “October 1935” - Nurse and Melinda in nursery; father puts her to bed; Diane drawing; “Christmas 1935” - Melinda in Santa suit with toys by tree, partly a repeat of footage in No. 1
AB 805
No. 10
Scope and Content Note: “December 1933 - Barbara Morton and Yorkie” - couple at front of house; “Yorkshire Pudding”same couple with bulldog; “Barbara Morton and Brownie” - couple with large dog; “Christmas Day - Gene and Yorkie” - Gene Markey with bulldog; “Joan and Mother in the Garden Tower Road” - one shot; “February 1934 - Ditty's Playhouse Tower Road” - Diane playing in yard by large playhouse; “Ditty Cleaning House”; “Ditto paying a Visit”; “Patricia Calling” - all three of Diane with visitors at playhouse; “Shortly before the big event” - Joan Bennett pregnant, in yard; “Mother Alice, Boopie and almost Melinda's Mother” - three seated at table in yard; “Mother Alice and Wee Wong” - grandmother and dog; “Ditto, Michael, Barbara, Sean, Mother Alice and Ditty” - group posing on lawn
AB 806
No. 11
Scope and Content Note: “Ditty and Peter Bennett, 1929” - Diane and a little boy in yard; with friends; on tennis court; “Brownie” - large dog in yard; “Introducing Joan and Gene at Malibu, 1933”; “Wee Wong” - Pekinese dog and Brownie; Diane in surf with dogs; Joan and Diane wave to camera, play with dogs; Peter and Diane play; Joan and friend, Joan pregnant; Diane riding a horse; Diane riding horse; Diane with Joan and Gene in yard; “Bunty” - a dog