Marc Blitzstein Papers, 1918-1989

Contents List

Container Title
Series: Personal Papers
U.S. Mss 35AN/Micro 1049
Correspondence
General
Box/Folder   1/1-9
Reel-frame   1/1-1161
1919 January 26-1929 December 26
Box/Folder   2/1-7
Reel/Frame   2/1-1262
1930 January 12-1932 December 29
Box/Folder   2/8
Reel/Frame   3/1-154
1933 January 5-December 31
Box/Folder   3/1-8
Reel/Frame   3/120-1177
1934 January 9-1941 December 3
Box/Folder   3/9-11
Reel/Frame   4/1-355
1942 March 30-1955 October 22
Box/Folder   4/1-6
Reel/Frame   4/356-940
1956 May 4-1964 January 31
Box/Folder   4/7
Reel/Frame   5/1-23
Memorials Made at Blitzstein's Death, 1964
Box/Folder   4/8
Reel/Frame   5/24-127
1964 February 1-1978 January 20
Box/Folder   4/9
Reel/Frame   5/128-178
undated
Box   105
Reel/Frame   67/52-578
Address card file
Finances
Box/Folder   5/1
Reel/Frame   5/179-277
Personal investments, insurance, 1925-1964
Box/Folder   5/2
Reel/Frame   5/278-357
Eva Goldbeck, 1929-1934
Box/Folder   5/3
Reel/Frame   5/358-501
Correspondence and contracts, 1934 May 19-1961 August 22
Box/Folder   5/4
Reel/Frame   5/502-613
Arrow Press correspondence and contract, 1949 November 12-1956 August 31
Box/Folder   5/5
Reel/Frame   5/614-680
Chappell and Company correspondence and contract, 1938 March 21-1963 July 25
Box/Folder   5/6
Reel/Frame   5/681-744
Spoken Arts Inc. correspondence, contracts, notes, 1956 January 31-May 4
Box/Folder   5/7
Reel/Frame   5/745-805
Royalty statements, 1941 March 31-1961 October
Box/Folder   5/8
Reel/Frame   5/806-850
Copyright materials, 1937 April 13-1963 May 17
Box/Folder   5/9
Reel/Frame   5/851-880
Writer performance records, 1955-1961
Biographical and Family Materials
Box/Folder   6/1
Reel/Frame   5/881-1011
Military papers, marriage and death certificates, wills, 1921 July 12-1945 June 26
Box/Folder   6/2
Reel/Frame   6/1-183
Passports, journals and notebooks, address book, international drivers licenses, including photographs and papers of Eva Goldbeck
Box/Folder   6/3
Reel/Frame   6/184-260
Work résumés and biographical sketches, 1918-1958
Box/Folder   6/4
Reel/Frame   6/261-715
Journals, 1933-1934, 1950, 1963
Note: Journals from 1933-1934 are incomplete.
Box/Folder   6/5
Reel/Frame   6/716-843
Miscellaneous notes
Box/Folder   6/5
Reel/Frame   6/968-997
Miscellaneous notes of Eva Goldbeck
Box/Folder   6/6
Reel/Frame   6/844-932
Miscellaneous notes and memos of Eva Goldbeck
Eva Goldbeck's Journals
Box   112
Reel/Frame   71/1-106
1921 December-1924 August
Box   112
Reel/Frame   107-203
1924 August-1925 June
Box   112
Reel/Frame   204-311
1925 July-December
Box   112
Reel/Frame   312-418
1929 January-1932 December
Box   112
Reel/Frame   419-542
1930 January-December
Box   112
Reel/Frame   543-569
1932 December-1936 February
Answering You Americans to Americans, 1943 July 29
Note: British Broadcasting Corporation, New York Studios
1049A/10
Parts 3-4
Note: Original: Disc 161A/23

Physical Description: Portions damaged; poor quality 
1049A/10
Part 5, including Blitzstein interview
Note: Original: Disc 161A/24
1049A/10
Part 6
Note: Original: Disc 161A/24
1049A/11
Part 4
Note: Original: Disc 161A/23
American Composers at the Piano, 4 record set, undated
1049A/27
Lukas Foss - “Rondo Fantasy,” beginning
Note: Original: Disc 161A/61
1049A/27
Lukas Foss - “Rondo Fantasy,” conclusion
Note: Original: Disc 161A/62
1049A/27
Leo Smit - “Rondel for a Young Girl,” “Tonata Breakdown”
Note: Original: Disc 161A/63
1049A/27
Marc Blitzstein - “Variation III” (from “The Guests”)
Note: Original: Disc 161A/64
1049A/27
Marc Blitzstein - “Three, Four Dance;” Finale (from “The Guests”)
Note: Original: Disc 161A/64
1049A/28
Norman Dello Joio - “Prelude: To a Young Musician”
Note: Original: Disc 161A/63
1049A/28
Norman Dello Joio - “Prelude: To a Young Dancer”
Note: Original: Disc 161A/62
1049A/28
Henry Cowell - “Jig,” “Aeolian Harp,” Advertisement
Note: Original: Disc 161A/61
1049A/5
Radio interview with Lina Abarbanell, recorded from Mr. and Mrs. Opera show
Note: Original: Disc 161A/14-15

Scope and Content Note: Abarbanell speaks about her life in music, how she became interested in music, and her early studies.
1049A/17
News broadcast, 1947 March 7,
Note: Original: Disc 161A/31

Scope and Content Note: Stephen Davis, Columbia School of Journalism, with international and national news of the day.
U.S. Mss 35AN/Micro 1049
Travels
Box/Folder   6/7
Reel/Frame   6/934-967
Russian trip notebook, 1922-1927
Box/Folder   6/8
Reel/Frame   7/1-208
European trip journal, 1960 November 1-1962 January 3
Box/Folder   6/9
Reel/Frame   7/209-354
European trip notes and diaries, 1959-1960
Box/Folder   6/10
Reel/Frame   7/355-444
Israeli trip correspondence, notes, and materials, 1962 June-August
Awards
John Simon Guggenheim Foundation Fellowship
Box/Folder   7/1
Reel/Frame   7/445-507
Marc's applications and correspondence, 1928-1942
Box/Folder   7/2
Reel/Frame   7/508-519
Eva's application and correspondence 1929
Box/Folder   7/3
Reel/Frame   7/520-528
American Society of Composers, Authors, and Publishers (ASCAP) materials and award, 1942-1963
Box/Folder   7/4
Reel/Frame   7/529-560
Miscellaneous awards, 1946-1963
Organizations
Composers' Organizations
Box/Folder   7/5
Reel/Frame   7/561-625
ASCAP memos to members, papers, 1953-1958
Composers' Collective
Box/Folder   7/6
Reel/Frame   7/626-730
Purpose, correspondence, minutes, publicity, 1935 March 30-1936 January 31
Town Hall Club
Box/Folder   7/7
Reel/Frame   7/731-751
Correspondence, program, script, 1954 May-September
Rockefeller Brothers' Fund
Box/Folder   7/8
Reel/Frame   7/752-836
Correspondence and reports, 1963 June-July
Box/Folder   7/9
Reel/Frame   7/837-852
Miscellaneous
Writers' Organizations
Federal Theatre Project
Living Newspaper Project
Box/Folder   7/10
Reel/Frame   7/853-983
“Injunction Granted” script, 1936
Box/Folder   7/11
Reel/Frame   8/1-156
“Power” script, 1937
WPA Theatre Project
Box/Folder   7/12
Reel/Frame   8/157-200
Louis M. Simon clippings, 1936-1937
Box/Folder   7/13
Reel/Frame   8/201-213
Citizen Kane souvenir book, 1939
Fourth American Writers' Congress
Box/Folder   7/14
Reel/Frame   8/214-305
Notes, itinerary, program, script, 1941 June 6-8
Box/Folder   8/1-4
Reel/Frame   8/307-504
Biographical clippings, 1922-1980, undated
Box/Folder   8/5
Reel/Frame   8/505-541
Miscellaneous clippings
Series: Writings
Marc Blitzstein's Writings
Note: See also scrapbook volumes 1, 2, 9.
Box/Folder   9/1
Reel/Frame   8/542-557
Poetry, 1922 (with later comments, 1958)
Box/Folder   9/2
Reel/Frame   8/558-574
Notes for proposed autobiography, “Case Meets History,” 1947
Box/Folder   9/3
Reel/Frame   8/575-610
Notes for an article on Brecht-Weill collaboration, 1959
Box/Folder   9/4
Reel/Frame   8/611-663
Notes for Saturday Evening Post “ Adventures of the Mind” series, entitled “American Opera Today,” 1960
Box/Folder   9/5-6
Reel/Frame   8/664-805
Published articles, 1926 February 5-1960
Miscellaneous articles
Box/Folder   9/7
Reel/Frame   8/806-912
1922-1953
Box/Folder   9/8
Reel/Frame   9/1-180
undated
Box/Folder   9/9
Reel/Frame   9/181-203
Notes for proposed articles, undated
Teaching
Box/Folder   9/10
Reel/Frame   9/204-257
Influential political materials bulletins and article, 1942 June
Box/Folder   9/11
Reel/Frame   9/258-343
Lectures, articles, October 1934-1961
Downtown (Metropolitan) Music School
Box/Folder   9/12
Reel/Frame   9/344-420
Correspondence, finances, announcement list, 1935 May 28-1935 December 3
Box/Folder   9/13
Reel/Frame   9/421-472
Background materials and curriculum, 1935-1936
Box/Folder   9/14
Reel/Frame   9/473-492
“New Masses” concert correspondence and notes, 1939
Bennington College Tutorial
Box/Folder   10/1
Reel/Frame   9/493-646
Correspondence, evaluations, plays, articles, 1962 February 14-1963 April 15
Lectures
Lecture notes
Box/Folder   10/2-3
Reel/Frame   9/647-972
circa 1928-1962 April 2
Box/Folder   10/4-5
Reel/Frame   10/1-247
undated
Box/Folder   10/6
Reel/Frame   10/248-283
Lecture publicity, programs, and clippings, 1928-1936
Eva Goldbeck's Writings and Teachings
Box/Folder   10/7
Reel/Frame   10/284-358
Teaching materials, correspondence, and lectures, circa 1922
Box/Folder   10/8-9
Reel/Frame   10/359-652
Book reviews and notes, 1935-1936, undated
Reel/Frame   10/653-705
Book reviews and notes, 1935-1936, undated
Note: Originals discarded.
Box/Folder   11/1
Reel/Frame   10/706-838
Reviews of unproduced? Noel Coward plays, undated
Translations
Box/Folder   11/2
Reel/Frame   10/839-983
Alphabetical by author, circa 1935-1936
Box/Folder   11/3
Reel/Frame   11/1-111
Bertolt Brecht's writings, circa 1935-1936
Box/Folder   11/4
Reel/Frame   11/112-167
Alfred Polger's writings
Box/Folder   11/5
Reel/Frame   11/168-279
Frederick Wolf's writings, circa 1935-1936
Box/Folder   11/6
Reel/Frame   11/280-435
Miscellaneous, circa 1935-1936
Box/Folder   11/7
Reel/Frame   11/436-601
Short stories, 1922 October-1935 December
Box/Folder   11/8
Reel/Frame   11/602-660
Poetry, undated
Box/Folder   11/9
Reel/Frame   11/661-684
Plays, undated
“Sacred Cords”
Note: Unproduced play.
Box/Folder   11/10-11
Reel/Frame   11/685-877
Original manuscript, Acts I-III
Box/Folder   11/12
Reel/Frame   11/878-906
Final version, Act III
Box/Folder   12/1
Reel/Frame   11/907-911
Article about Marc Blitzstein's music, undated
Box/Folder   12/2
Reel/Frame   12/1-98
Article on Mother, a play by Bertolt Brecht and Hans Eisler
Note: Contains 3 versions.
Box/Folder   12/3-6
Reel/Frame   12/99-767
Miscellaneous articles
“The Broken Circle”
Note: Unpublished novel; earlier title: “Terry.”
Box/Folder   12/7
Reel/Frame   12/768-809
Notes, criticisms, synopsis
Box/Folder   12/8
Reel/Frame   12/810-1086
Early annotated draft, pp. 1-251
Box/Folder   13/1-2
Reel/Frame   13/1-424
Later draft, pp. 1-416
Box/Folder   13/3
Reel/Frame   13/425-568
First carbon, pp. 1-142
Complete annotated original manuscript
Box/Folder   13/4-5
Reel/Frame   13/569-913
Pages 1-273
Box/Folder   13/6-7
Reel/Frame   14/1-363
Pages 274-615
Box/Folder   14/1
Reel/Frame   14/364-461
“Brussels Letter” working and final versions, 1934
Box/Folder   14/2
Reel/Frame   14/462-639
“For a Life” excerpts from semi-autobiographical novel
“Major Fudge” unpublished novel
Unabridged annotated typescript
Box/Folder   14/3-4
Reel/Frame   14/640-981
Chapters 1-6
Box/Folder   14/4-5
Reel/Frame   15/1-418
Chapters 7-9
Box/Folder   14/6
Reel/Frame   15/419-446
Publication record
Box/Folder   14/7
Reel/Frame   15/447-481
Miscellaneous unidentified fragments
Writings by Others
Box/Folder   14/8
Reel/Frame   15/482-648
Miscellaneous
Note: Alphabetical by author.
Box/Folder   14/9
Reel/Frame   15/649-665
Bertolt Brecht writings
Language:
In Gernman.
Box/Folder   15/1
Reel/Frame   15/666-739
“The Sun in Mid-Career” / by Christopher Davis
Box/Folder   15/2
Reel/Frame   15/740-751
“The Abraham Lincoln Gazette,” the Davis family newsletter, 1940
Box/Folder   15/3
Reel/Frame   15/752-785
Miscellaneous Davis family writings
Box/Folder   15/4
Reel/Frame   15/787-911
“A Beautiful Day” / a play by Solen Matt Burry, undated
Box/Folder   15/5-8
Reel/Frame   16/1-482
“The Operatic Style of Marc Blitzstein in the American 'Agit-Prop' Era” / by Robert J. Dietz, 1970 January
Note: Doctoral Thesis, University of Iowa.
Box/Folder   15/9
Reel/Frame   16/483-612
“For Reasons of State - A Monument for Sacco and Vanzetti” / by Erich Muhsam (German play, English synopsis)
Box/Folder   15/10
Reel/Frame   16/613-746
Poetry
Box/Folder   15/11
Reel/Frame   16/747-791
“Horseplay” play / author unknown
Box/Folder   15/12
Reel/Frame   16/792-905
Miscellaneous short stories, author unknown
Note: Short stories possibly written by Eva Goldbeck.
Box/Folder   16/1
Reel/Frame   16/906-1148
“The Ablative Case” short stories or sketches / by Cecil Goldbeck and Freeman Hedges, circa 1929 (?)
Box/Folder   16/2
Reel/Frame   17/1-11
“Marc Blitzstein and the 'Agit-Prop' Theatre of the 1930s,” article in the University of Texas Yearbook / by Robert J. Dietz
Box/Folder   16/3
Reel/Frame   17/12-44
Walt Whitman unpublished notebooks / arranged by Clifton Fumess and dedicated to Eva Goldbeck, 1928
Box/Folder   16/4
“Fear and Trembling” / by Glenway Wescott Galley, 1932
Note: Available in published form.
Miscellaneous
Box/Folder   17/1
Reel/Frame   17/45-75
Ernst Toller manuscripts, 1922-1938
Box/Folder   17/2
Reel/Frame   17/76-107
Lyrics, undated
Box/Folder   17/3-5
Reel/Frame   17/108-438
Miscellaneous Blitzstein programs, 1927-1983, undated
Box/Folder   17/6
Reel/Frame   17/439-461
Josephine Davis address lists and miscellaneous papers
Box/Folder   17/7
Reel/Frame   17/462-486
Christopher Davis miscellaneous papers
Box/Folder   17/8
Reel/Frame   17/487-517
Unidentified materials, 1928-1963
Series: Motion Pictures
Hands (Hande) (1928)
Box/Folder   18/1
Reel/Frame   17/518-521
Publicity, 1928
Box/Folder   94/1
Reel/Frame   17/522-543
Piano score, 1928
Surf and Seaweed (1931)
Box/Folder   94/2
Reel/Frame   17/544-598
Piano part, instrumental score, circa 1931
Box/Folder   18/2
Reel/Frame   17/599-641
Music tablet, circa 1931
Box/Folder   94/3
Reel/Frame   17/642-694
Instrumental parts, undated
Box/Folder   94/4
Reel/Frame   17/695-760
Conductor's score, 1933
Chesapeake Bay Retriever (1936)
Box/Folder   18/3
Reel/Frame   17/761-770
Contracts and synopsis, 1936 May 2
Box/Folder   40/1
Reel/Frame   17/771-786
Piano part, 1931
Box/Folder   40/2
Reel/Frame   17/787-816
Conductor's score, 1931
Box/Folder   40/3
Reel/Frame   17/817-837
Instrumental parts, 1931
The Spanish Earth (1937)
Box/Folder   18/4
Reel/Frame   17/838
Clipping, 1961
Note: See also scrapbook volume 1.
Valley Town (1940)
Box/Folder   18/5
Reel/Frame   17/839
Contract, 1940 July 11
Box/Folder   40/4
Reel/Frame   17/840-905
Music sketches, piano reduction
Box/Folder   40/5
Reel/Frame   17/906-1020
Conductor's score, 1940
Recorded excerpts
1049A/7
Title I, II, III (title, graves, morning music)
Note: Original: Disc 161A/16
1049A/7
Title V, VI, VII (trains, [Economic] Depression, automatic steel mill)
Note: Original: Disc 161A/17
1049A/7
Title IX (finale)
Note: Original: Disc 161A/17
1049A/7
Title, morning music
Note: Original: Disc 161A/18
1049A/7
Hand Mill
Note: Original: Disc 161A/18
1049A/15
“Blues I Alley”
Note: Original: Disc 161A/28
1049A/15
“Blues II”
Note: Original: Disc 161A/28
U.S. Mss 35AN/Micro 1049
Native Land (1941)
Note: See also scrapbook volume 2.
Box/Folder   18/6
Reel/Frame   18/1-13
Correspondence, contract, notes, 1940-1946
Box/Folder   18/7
Reel/Frame   18/14-39
Clippings and publicity, 1940-1946
Box/Folder   18/8
Reel/Frame   18/40-187
Sequence log, 1940-1941
Piano reduction, instrumental parts, 1941
Box/Folder   41/1
Reel/Frame   18/188-293
A-K
Box/Folder   41/2
Reel/Frame   18/294-353
N-finale
Box/Folder   41/3
Reel/Frame   18/354-542
Conductor's score, 1941
Box/Folder   42/1
Reel/Frame   18/543-701
Piano, percussion, string parts, undated
Box/Folder   42/2
Reel/Frame   18/702-845
Wind parts, undated
Box/Folder   43/1
Reel/Frame   18/846-873
“Dusty Sun,” piano-vocal, 1941
Box/Folder   43/2
Reel/Frame   18/874-900
“Inheritance of Freedom,” conductor's score, piano score
Box/Folder   43/2 (continued)
Reel/Frame   18/874-900
“American Day,” piano-vocal score
Box/Folder   43/3
Reel/Frame   18/901-925
Music sketches for “Dusty Sun” and “Inheritance of Freedom,” undated
Box/Folder   43/4
Reel/Frame   18/926-1028
Discards
Recordings
Physical Description: Disc nos. 1-35 are 12-inch red emulsion glass, 78 rpm. 
740A/1
Playback
Note: Original: Disc 33A/1

Physical Description: Broken disc 
740A/1
Italian Street Scene
Note: Original: Disc 33A/2
740A/1
American History (A)
Note: Original: Disc 33A/3
740A/1
American History (A), part 1
Note: Original: Disc 33A/4
740A/1
American History (A), part 1
Note: Original: Disc 33A/5
740A/1
American History, part 2
Note: Original: Disc 33A/6
740A/1
American History, part 3 (Building of the Land)
Note: Original: Disc 33A/6
740A/1
End of A (Machine Age)
Note: Original: Disc 33A/7
740A/1
Bad Takes
Note: Original: Disc 33A/7
740A/2
Farm Sequence (B), part 1
Note: Original: Disc 33A/8
740A/2
Farm Sequence (B), Transition to part 2
Note: Original: Disc 33A/8
740A/2
Bad Take
Note: Original: Disc 33A/8
740A/2
Bad Take
Note: Original: Disc 33A/9
740A/2
Farm (B), Melodrama
Note: Original: Disc 33A/9
740A/2
Union Parade, part 1
Note: Original: Disc 33A/10
740A/2
Bad Takes
Note: Original: Disc 33A/10
740A/2
Grocery Store
Note: Original: Disc 33A/11
740A/2
Bad Takes
Note: Original: Disc 33A/12
740A/2
Bad Takes
Note: Original: Disc 33A/13
740A/2
Spy 6 (Hold the Fort)
Note: Original: Disc 33A/13
740A/2
Percussion Rolls
Note: Original: Disc 33A/13
740A/3
Percussion Rolls
Note: Original: Disc 33A/14
740A/3
Bad Take
Note: Original: Disc 33A/15
740A/3
Finale 1
Note: Original: Disc 33A/15
740A/3
Timpani, Glockenspiel, Triangle, Cymbal Roll
Note: Original: Disc 33A/15
740A/3
Finale, part 2
Note: Original: Disc 33A/15
740A/3
Finale 3
Note: Original: Disc 33A/16
740A/3
Last Chord of Finale 3
Note: Original: Disc 33A/16
740A/3
G2 - Industrial, part 1
Note: Original: Disc 33A/16
740A/3
Bad Takes
Note: Original: Disc 33A/17

Physical Description: Cracked disc 
740A/3
Finale of G2
Note: Original: Disc 33A/17

Physical Description: Cracked disc 
740A/3
Spy 6B
Note: Original: Disc 33A/18

Physical Description: Cracked disc 
740A/3
Memorial Day
Note: Original: Disc 33A/19

Physical Description: Cracked disc 
740A/3
Hurdy Gurdy of Memorial Day
Note: Original: Disc 33A/19

Physical Description: Cracked disc 
740A/3
Spy 3
Note: Original: Disc 33A/19

Physical Description: Cracked disc 
740A/4
Man Walking Beside Factories, Unemployed
Note: Original: Disc 33A/20
740A/4
Ku Klux Klan
Note: Original: Disc 33A/20

Physical Description: Disc quality not very good. 
740A/4
Ku Klux Klan
Note: Original: Disc 33A/21

Physical Description: Good disc quality. 
740A/4
V1 - Thugs and Strike-breakers Caught
Note: Original: Disc 33A/21
740A/4
V2 - The Committee at Work
Note: Original: Disc 33A/21
740A/4
Exposure
Note: Original: Disc 33A/22
740A/4
Beginning of Funeral
Note: Original: Disc 33A/23
740A/4
Beginning of Funeral (best)
Note: Original: Disc 33A/23
740A/4
Bad Take
Note: Original: Disc 33A/24
740A/4
Funeral (after introduction)
Note: Original: Disc 33A/24
740A/4
Bad Take
Note: Original: Disc 33A/24
740A/4
H - “Snarfest” (typewriters, etc.)
Note: Original: Disc 33A/24
740A/5
Finale (Bad take)
Note: Original: Disc 33A/25
740A/5
Finale (3)
Note: Original: Disc 33A/25
740A/5
Titles (best)
Note: Original: Disc 33A/25
740A/5
Cymbal bang
Note: Original: Disc 33A/26
740A/5
Bad Take
Note: Original: Disc 33A/26
740A/5
B - Farm Sequence, Introduction and part 1
Note: Original: Disc 33A/26
740A/5
Farm (B), Interior, part II
Note: Original: Disc 33A/27
740A/5
K2, Labor Picnic and Finish
Note: Original: Disc 33A/28
740A/5
Bad Take
Note: Original: Disc 33A/28
740A/5
Bad Take
Note: Original: Disc 33A/29
740A/5
Last part
Note: Original: Disc 33A/29
740A/5
1. Titles - old A with voice (American History)
Note: Original: Disc 33A/30
740A/5
3. Old - American History - Machine Age
Note: Original: Disc 33A/30
740A/6
2. (Improvisation) (A)
Note: Original: Disc 33A/31
740A/6
4. B (Farm Sequence)
Note: Original: Disc 33A/31
740A/6
5. Quiet - Farm Interior and Melodrama
Note: Original: Disc 33A/32
740A/6
7. Morning and Evening Scene
Note: Original: Disc 33A/32
740A/6
6. Italian Street Scene (C)
Note: Original: Disc 33A/33
740A/6
8a. Dawn after “Morning and Evening Scene” (D2)
Note: Original: Disc 33A/33
740A/6
8b. Grocery Store (N)
Note: Original: Disc 33A/33
740A/7
Piano: 9, Funeral March
Note: Original: Disc 33A/34
740A/7
10, End of Funeral March and Onward
Note: Original: Disc 33A/35
1049A/30-31
Reel No. 6, Take No. 1, 1941 October 31
Note: Original: Disc 33A/36
1049A/30-31
Reel No. 6, Take No. 2, 1941 November 7
Note: Original: Disc 33A/37

Physical Description: Broken disc 
1049A/29
Reel No. 6, Take No. 2, 1941 November 11
Note: Original: Disc 33A/38
U.S. Mss 35AN/Micro 1049
Night Shift (1942)
Box/Folder   18/9
Reel/Frame   19/1-53
Correspondence, notes, clippings, circa 1941-1942
Box/Folder   18/10
Reel/Frame   19/54-105
Annotated scripts and autographs of Danny Kaye and Kate Smith, circa 1941-1942
Box/Folder   44/1
Reel/Frame   19/106-154
Musical sketches, undated
Box/Folder   44/2
Reel/Frame   19/155-262
Piano scores, 1942 February (one designated for Aaron Copland)
Box/Folder   44/3
Reel/Frame   19/263-298
Orchestra parts
Box/Folder   44/4
Reel/Frame   19/299-304
“Turn the Night into Day” piano-vocal score
“Charlotte's Web” (unproduced)
Box/Folder   18/11
Reel/Frame   19/305-325
Notes, synopsis, 1959
Series: Operas
Triple-Sec, 1930 June 14
Note: One-act opera-farce; part of The Garrick Gaieties.
Box/Folder   18/12
Reel/Frame   19/326-352
Correspondence and contracts, 1929 October 12-1954 November 14
Box/Folder   18/13
Reel/Frame   19/353-363
Script and music sketch, undated
Box/Folder   18/14
Reel/Frame   19/364-372
Publicity and clippings, 1929-1930
Box/Folder   45/1
Reel/Frame   19/373-417
Piano transcription, vocal; Bar Chart
Language:
Text in German.
Box/Folder   45/2
Reel/Frame   19/418-543
Chamber Orchestra score, 1930
Box/Folder   45/3
Reel/Frame   19/544-672
Chamber Orchestra score: conductor's score, 1930
Box/Folder   45/4
Reel/Frame   19/673-694
Vocal parts, 1928
Box/Folder   45/5
Reel/Frame   19/695-805
Four-hand piano score and instrumental parts
The Cradle Will Rock (1937 June 16)
Note: See also scrapbook volumes 1, 2, 4, 10.
Box/Folder   18/15
Reel/Frame   19/806-890
Correspondence, 1937 January 18-1963 August 5
Box/Folder   18/16
Reel/Frame   20/1-59
Financial correspondence, statements, contracts, 1930 November 16-1960 January 19
Box/Folder   18/17
Reel/Frame   20/60-102
Royalty statements, 1938 August 26-1963 June 30
Box/Folder   18/18
Reel/Frame   20/103-188
Cast lists, notes, script sketches, undated
Box/Folder   18/19
Reel/Frame   20/189-246
Historical analysis by John O. Hunter, and correspondence, 1963 October 29-1964 January 2
Box/Folder   18/20
Reel/Frame   20/247-339
Publicity, posters, playbills, 1937-1969
Box/Folder   19/1
Reel/Frame   20/340-390
Clippings, 1937 June 18-1965 March 28, undated
Box/Folder   19/2
Reel/Frame   20/391-417
Published libretto, 1938 (dated 1960 February 21)
Box/Folder   19/3
Reel/Frame   20/418-474
British production script, 1951
Box/Folder   19/4
Reel/Frame   20/475-479
Partial French script, undated
Box/Folder   19/5
Reel/Frame   20/480-544
Complete published script
Box/Folder   19/6
Reel/Frame   20/545-628
Proof for Random House book, 1938
Box/Folder   19/7
Reel/Frame   20/629-705
Photocopy of published book, proof for foreword / by Archibald MacLeish (Random House, 1938)
Box/Folder   19/8
Reel/Frame   20/706-762
Original playscript, 1938
Box/Folder   20/1-2
Reel/Frame   20/763-982
Early partial scripts and sketches
Box/Folder   20/3
Reel/Frame   21/1-70
Early scripts with corrections
Box/Folder   20/4-5
Reel/Frame   21/71-193
Scripts
Note: Contains two.
Box/Folder   20/6
Reel/Frame   21/194-230
Published songs, 1936
Box/Folder   46/1
Reel/Frame   21/231-358
Piano-vocal score, 1938
Note: Used in New York City Opera Production, 1960.
Box/Folder   46/2-3
Reel/Frame   21/359-561
Piano-vocal scores, with published songs from opera, 1938
Box/Folder   46/4
Reel/Frame   21/562-686
Conductor's score, 1938
Conductor's score, 1938
Note: Used in 1937 production, Mercury Theatre, New York.
Box/Folder   47/1
Reel/Frame   21/687-795
Act I, Scenes 1-2
Box/Folder   47/2
Reel/Frame   21/796-1040
Act I, Scenes 3-6
Box/Folder   47/3
Reel/Frame   22/1-232
Act II, Scenes 7-10
Box/Folder   48/1
Reel/Frame   22/233-303
Piano-vocal sketches, 1938
Box/Folder   48/2
Reel/Frame   22/304-426
Musical sketches, 1938
513A/1-3
The Cradle Will Rock recording
554A/1-3
The Cradle Will Rock recording, 1964 production
No for an Answer (1941 January 5)
U.S. Mss 35AN/Micro 1049
Box/Folder   20/7
Reel/Frame   22/427-520
Correspondence, 1939 October-1969 February 7
Box/Folder   20/8
Reel/Frame   22/521-534
Contracts, royalty statements
Box/Folder   20/9
Reel/Frame   22/535-547
Production plan, narration, undated
Box/Folder   20/10-12
Reel/Frame   22/548-844
Notes, circa 1938-1940
Box/Folder   21/1
Reel/Frame   22/845-941
Working notes, working scripts, 1939
Box/Folder   21/2-8
Reel/Frame   23/1-926
Working notes, working scripts, 1939, undated
Box/Folder   21/9
Reel/Frame   23/927-1038
Early script, 1939
Box/Folder   22/1
Reel/Frame   24/1-49
Script, undated
Box/Folder   22/2
Reel/Frame   24/50-175
Complete script, annotated, undated
Box/Folder   22/3
Reel/Frame   24/176-298
Script with handwritten annotations, undated
Box/Folder   22/4-6
Reel/Frame   24/299-582
Dialogues, undated
Box/Folder   22/7
Reel/Frame   24/583-670
Petition, address lists, miscellaneous, 1940 February 20
Box/Folder   22/8
Reel/Frame   24/671-717
Publicity, 1939 February 11-1960 April 25
Box/Folder   22/9
Reel/Frame   24/718-785
Clippings
Box/Folder   22/10
Reel/Frame   24/786-791
“Blitzstein's Answer” / by Samuel L.M. Barlow, Modern Music, 1941 January-February, pp. 81-82
Box/Folder   48/3
Reel/Frame   24/792-985
Master sheets piano score
Box/Folder   49/1
Reel/Frame   25/1-220
Music sketches and unfinished songs
Box/Folder   49/2
Reel/Frame   25/221-403
Piano-vocal score, 1938-1940
Note: “In the Clear,” pp. 97-100, missing from this version.
Box/Folder   49/3
Reel/Frame   25/404-423
Incomplete piano-vocal score, undated
Box/Folder   49/4-10
Reel/Frame   25/424-503
Vocal parts for Bulge, Clair, Emanuel, Jimmie and Bobbie, Gina, Nick, and Mary, circa 1938-1941
Box/Folder   50/1-4
Reel/Frame   25/504-745
Bound choral scores, circa 1938-1941
Edited Chorus Parts, circa 1938-1941
Box/Folder   51/1-2
Reel/Frame   25/746-776
Act I (Soprano, Alto, Tenor, Bass)
Box/Folder   51/3-4
Reel/Frame   25/777-806
Act II (Soprano, Alto, Tenor, Bass)
Chorus parts, original Master
Box/Folder   52/1
Reel/Frame   25/807-836
Act I (Soprano, Alto, Tenor, Bass)
Box/Folder   52/2
Reel/Frame   25/837-866
Act II (Soprano, Alto, Tenor, Bass)
Songs
Box/Folder   52/3
Reel/Frame   25/867-872
“Fraught Song” piano-vocal score: negative photostat
Box/Folder   52/4
Reel/Frame   25/873-880
Songs, circa 1938-1941
513A/4
Recorded excerpts, 1941
1049A/14
Recorded excerpt - “Weep for Me” / Leonard Bernstein, artist
Note: Original: Disc 161A/27
U.S. Mss 35AN/Micro 1049
Regina (1949 October 31)
Note: See also scrapbook volumes 4-6, 8-9, 11.
Box/Folder   23/1
Reel/Frame   25/881-1012
Correspondence, 1949 November 11-1959 November 2
Box/Folder   23/2
Reel/Frame   26/1-82
Contracts and royalty statements, 1946 October 18-1959 September 21
Box/Folder   23/3
Reel/Frame   26/83-130
Outlines and synopses
Box/Folder   23/4
Reel/Frame   26/131-143
Criticism by Lillian Hellman, 1949 September 8-1949 June 27
Box/Folder   23/5
Reel/Frame   26/144-292
Scene outlines, circa 1946-1948
Box/Folder   23/6-7
Reel/Frame   23/293-538
Notes, working scripts, 1946-1949
Box/Folder   23/8
Reel/Frame   26/539-647
Script, first draft, circa 1949
Box/Folder   23/9
Reel/Frame   26/648-748
Script, (“old version”), undated
Box/Folder   23/10
Reel/Frame   26/749-846
Script, “Blitzstein's Copy,” with cast list and annotations, undated
Box/Folder   23/11
Reel/Frame   26/847-943
Script, undated
Box/Folder   23/12
Reel/Frame   27/1-45
Script, published copy, with Blitzstein's notes, 1953
Box/Folder   24/1
Reel/Frame   27/46-81
Partial script for television, 1949 November 13
Box/Folder   24/2
Reel/Frame   27/82-171
Clippings, 1949 May 10-1958 April 28
Box/Folder   24/3
Reel/Frame   27/172-320
Publicity, 1949 October 9-1962 October
Box/Folder   24/4
Reel/Frame   27/321-342
“Regina Concert” miscellaneous
Box/Folder   24/5
Reel/Frame   27/343-388
Notes and miscellaneous
Box/Folder   24/6
Reel/Frame   27/389-442
Works influenced by Regina, 1958 October 9
Box/Folder   24/7
Reel/Frame   27/443-572
Published score, 1942
Box/Folder   24/8
Reel/Frame   27/573-613
Published song sheets, 1949
Box/Folder   52/5
Reel/Frame   27/614-647
Songs from the Opera, circa 1949
Box/Folder   52/6
Reel/Frame   27/648-826
Early music sketches
Box/Folder   53/1
Reel/Frame   28/1-183
Working piano-vocal score, Act I, undated
Box/Folder   54/1
Reel/Frame   28/184-447
Annotated piano-vocal score, 1946-1948
Box/Folder   54/2
Reel/Frame   28/448-711
Piano-vocal score, 1946-1948
Note: Used in Cheryl Crawford production, 1949.
Box/Folder   55/1-2
Reel/Frame   28/712-828
Piano-vocal scores, Vols. I-II, 1946-1948
Box/Folder   55/5
Reel/Frame   29/1-26
Piano-vocal score, Act III (Rain Quartet)
Box/Folder   55/6
Reel/Frame   29/27-32
Piano-vocal score for Songs “Look at Me” and “Greedy Girl”
Conductor's Scores
Box/Folder   56/1
Reel/Frame   29/33-88
Act I, Scene 1
Box/Folder   56/2
Reel/Frame   29/89-335
Act I, Scene 2
Box/Folder   56/3
Reel/Frame   29/336-581
Act I, Scene 2, parts 1-5, 6a, 6b, 6c, 6d, 7b, 8
Box/Folder   57/1
Reel/Frame   29/582-770
Act I, Prelude to Scene 3; Scene 3, parts 1-6
Box/Folder   57/2
Reel/Frame   29/771-908
Act I, Scene 4, parts 1-4
Box/Folder   57/3
Reel/Frame   30/1-210
Act I, Scene 5, parts 3-9
Box/Folder   58/1
Reel/Frame   30/211-507
Act II, Scene 2
Box/Folder   58/2
Reel/Frame   30/508-576
Act III, Prelude and Scene 3
Box/Folder   58/3
Reel/Frame   30/577-660
Act III
Recorded excerpts
1049A/3
“What Will It Be,” “Zan” / sung by Priscilla Gillette
Note: Original: Disc 161A/9

Physical Description: Damaged. 
1049A/3
“The Best Thing of All,” “Regina” / sung by Jane Pickens
Note: Original: Disc 161A/9
1049A/3
“Finale, Scene V” / sung by Gillette and Pickens
Note: Original: Disc 161A/10
1049A/3
“Rain Quartette, Scene V” / sung by Gillette, Brenda Lewis as Birdie, William Wilderman as Horace, and Lillyn Brown as Addie
Note: Original: Disc 161A/10
1049A/3
“Lionnet,” parts 1-2 / sung by Lewis
Note: Original: Disc 161A/11
U.S. Mss 35AN/Micro 1049
Let's Make an Opera (1950 December 13)
Note: See also scrapbook volume 4.
Box/Folder   24/9
Reel/Frame   30/661-691
Correspondence and contract, 1950 August 24-1952 August 22
Box/Folder   24/10
Reel/Frame   30/692-742
Notes and revisions, circa 1950
Box/Folder   24/11
Reel/Frame   30/743-749
Song lyrics for the audience
Box/Folder   24/12
Reel/Frame   30/750-867
Annotated scripts, 1949-1950
Box/Folder   24/13
Reel/Frame   30/868-943
Published score, vocal with piano duet; music by Benjamin Britten, 1950
Box/Folder   24/14
Reel/Frame   30/944-954
Publicity, 1950
1049A/3
Recorded excerpts
Note: Original: Disc 161A/11
The Harpies (1953 June)
Note: See also scrapbook volume 6.
Box/Folder   24/15
Reel/Frame   31/1-5
Correspondence, 1931 March 27-November 25
Box/Folder   24/16
Reel/Frame   31/6-21
Scripts, 1931
Box/Folder   24/17
Reel/Frame   31/22-88
Tablet with musical sketches, 1931
Box/Folder   24/18
Reel/Frame   31/89-166
Piano transcription, 1931
Early instrumental parts, 1931
Box/Folder   59/1
Reel/Frame   31/167-241
Piano-vocal score (Negative Photostat), 1931
Box/Folder   59/2
Reel/Frame   31/242-289
Instrumental parts, 1931
554A/5
Recorded excerpts
U.S. Mss 35AN/Micro 1049
Reuben, Reuben (Boston, 1955 October 10)
Note: See also scrapbook volume 8.
Box/Folder   25/1
Reel/Frame   31/290-324
Correspondence and contract, 1953 August 6-1955 October 28
Box/Folder   25/2
Reel/Frame   31/325-330
Royalty statements, 1956 March 31-September 30
Box/Folder   25/3
Reel/Frame   31/331-481
Notes, Act I, i; II, iii, iv, 1951-1953
Box/Folder   25/4-5
Reel/Frame   31/482-615
Notes, 1950-1953
Box/Folder   25/6
Reel/Frame   31/616-973
Notes, circa 1952
Box/Folder   25/7
Reel/Frame   32/1-31
Notebook, circa 1955
Box/Folder   25/8
Reel/Frame   32/32-173
Notes and cuts, 1951-1955
Notes and scripts
Box/Folder   25/9
Reel/Frame   32/174-236
Act I, Scene 1, circa 1955
Box/Folder   25/10
Reel/Frame   32/237-348
Act I, Scene 2, circa 1954-1955
Box/Folder   25/11
Reel/Frame   32/349-362
Act I, Scene 3, 1954-1955
Box/Folder   26/1
Reel/Frame   32/363-394
Act I, Scene 4, 1951-1955
Box/Folder   26/2
Reel/Frame   32/395-447
Act I, Scene 5, 1954-1955
Box/Folder   26/3
Reel/Frame   32/448-496
Act I, Scene 6, 1954-1955
Box/Folder   26/4
Reel/Frame   32/497-532
Act I, Scene 7, 1955
Box/Folder   26/5
Reel/Frame   32/533-551
Act II, Scene 1, 1953-1955
Box/Folder   26/6
Reel/Frame   32/552-592
Act II, Scene 2, 1953-1955
Box/Folder   26/7
Reel/Frame   32/593-715
Act II, Scene 3, 1953-1955
Box/Folder   26/8
Reel/Frame   32/716-731
Act II, Scene 4, 1955
Box/Folder   26/9
Reel/Frame   32/732-924
Notes, partial scripts, revisions, circa 1955
Box/Folder   26/10
Reel/Frame   32/925-976
Production notes, synopsis, set designs, 1953-1955
Box/Folder   26/11
Reel/Frame   33/1-146
Script, 1955
Box/Folder   26/12
Reel/Frame   33/147-157
Publicity, 1955
Box/Folder   26/13
Reel/Frame   33/158-161
Orchestra score barring sheet
Box/Folder   26/14
Reel/Frame   33/162-171
Lyrics, undated
Box/Folder   26/15
Reel/Frame   33/172-191
Published songs
Box/Folder   60/1
Reel/Frame   33/192-615
Musical sketches
Box/Folder   60/2
Reel/Frame   33/616-654
Songs: finished manuscripts
Box/Folder   60/3
Reel/Frame   33/655-669
Songs: manuscripts for published songs
Box/Folder   61/1
Reel/Frame   33/670-947
Early piano-vocal score
Box/Folder   61/2
Reel/Frame   34/1-304
Second draft piano-vocal score
Piano-vocal scores
Box/Folder   62/1
Reel/Frame   34/05-419
Act I with revisions, 1953
Box/Folder   62/2
Reel/Frame   34/420-464
Act I, corrected, 1953
Box/Folder   62/3
Reel/Frame   34/465-581
Act I, Scenes 3-5, 8-9, with revisions
Box/Folder   62/4
Reel/Frame   34/582-621
Fragmentary score, undated
Box/Folder   63/1
Reel/Frame   34/622-874
Act I, Scenes 1-7, with later revisions, 1953
Box/Folder   64/1
Reel/Frame   34/875-end 8 35/1-373
Act I, Scenes 1-7, revised, 1955
Box/Folder   65/1-2
Reel/Frame   35/374-611
Act II, with revisions
Box/Folder   65/3
Reel/Frame   35/612-776
Act II, with later revisions, 1955?
Box/Folder   66/1
Reel/Frame   35/777-end 8 36/1-141
Act I, late version, 1955
Box/Folder   66/2
Reel/Frame   36/142-292
Act II, late version, 1955
Box/Folder   67/1
Reel/Frame   36/293-483
Act II, undated
Box/Folder   67/2
Reel/Frame   36/484-974
Act I, complete score
Conductor's scores
Box/Folder   68/1
Reel/Frame   37/1-99
Act I, Scene 1: vocal only, incomplete
Box/Folder   68/2-3
Reel/Frame   37/100-259
Act I, Scene 2: vocal only, incomplete
Box/Folder   68/4-5
Reel/Frame   37/260-348
Act I, Scene 3: vocal only, incomplete
Box/Folder   68/6
Reel/Frame   37/349-375
Act I, Scene 5: vocal only, incomplete
Box/Folder   68/7
Reel/Frame   37/376-417
Act I, Scene 5 (San Gennaro): vocal only, incomplete
Box/Folder   68/8
Reel/Frame   37/418-439
Act I, Scene 5: vocal only, incomplete
Box/Folder   68/9-10
Reel/Frame   37/440-509
Act I, Scene 6: vocal only, incomplete
Box/Folder   68/11
Reel/Frame   37/510-528
Act I, Scene 7 (Circus Finale): vocal only, incomplete
Box/Folder   68/12-13
Reel/Frame   37/529-613
Act I, Scene 7: vocal only, incomplete
Box/Folder   68/14
Reel/Frame   37/614-683
Act I, Scene 2, Dialogues 8 and 9
Complete original scores
Box/Folder   69/1
Reel/Frame   37/687-807
Act I, Overture-6A, 1953-1955
Box/Folder   69/2
Reel/Frame   37/808-1024
Act I, 6B-10, 1953-1955
Box/Folder   69/2
Reel/Frame   38/1-95
Act I, 11-12, 1953-1955
Box/Folder   69/3
Reel/Frame   38/96-383
Act I, 13-20
Box/Folder   70/1
Reel/Frame   38/384-599
Act I, 21-30, 1953-1955
Box/Folder   70/2
Reel/Frame   38/600-820
Act II, 31-36, undated
Box/Folder   70/3
Reel/Frame   38/821-996
Act II, 37-40, undated
Box/Folder   71/1-2
Reel/Frame   39/1-705
Act I, annotated copy of complete score
Box/Folder   72/1
Reel/Frame   39/706-981
Act I, annotated copy of complete score
Box/Folder   72/2
Reel/Frame   40/1-399
Act II, annotated copy of complete score
Recordings
513A/5
Act I, Scenes 1-6
513A/6
Act II, Scenes 1-4
513A/7
Reuben, Reuben
Four cuts from the score
1049A/12
10. a and b - Blitzstein
Note: Original: Disc 161A/25
1049A/12
11. Lear, Nambrust
Note: Original: Disc 161A/25
1049A/12
12. Ghostley
Note: Original: Disc 161A/25
1049A/12
13. Lear, Ghostley, Cass, Stewart
Note: Original: Disc 161A/25
Juno (1959 March 9)
Note: See also scrapbook volumes 8-9.
U.S. Mss 35AN/Micro 1049
Box/Folder   27/1
Reel/Frame   40/400-446
Correspondence, 1957 May 29-1975 October 9
Box/Folder   27/2
Reel/Frame   40/447-510
Contracts, 1956 July 16-1959 February 27
Box/Folder   27/3
Reel/Frame   40/511-550
Sally Lou Todd's analysis, 1975 June 3
Box/Folder   27/4
Reel/Frame   40/551-580
Critical comments, undated
Box/Folder   27/5
Reel/Frame   40/581-628
Audition notes, 1958
Box/Folder   27/6
Reel/Frame   40/629-673
Production notes and materials, circa 1957-1959
Box/Folder   27/7
Reel/Frame   40/674-703
Lyrics, 1957 June-July
Box/Folder   27/8
Reel/Frame   40/704-950
Notes and revisions of lyrics, 1957-1958
Box/Folder   27/9
Reel/Frame   40/951-1015
Revisions and notes on lyrics and book, 1958 August-December
Box/Folder   27/10
Reel/Frame   41/1-93
Notes and revisions of lyrics, partial scripts, 1959
Box/Folder   27/1
Reel/Frame   41/94-123
Miscellaneous working notes
Box/Folder   27/12
Reel/Frame   41/124-199
Outlines, notes, working script, 1957
Scripts
Box/Folder   27/13
Reel/Frame   41/200-237
First draft, 1957 June
Box/Folder   27/14
Reel/Frame   41/238-324
Second draft, 1957 July
Box/Folder   27/15
Reel/Frame   41/325-410
Third draft, 1957 July
Box/Folder   27/16
Reel/Frame   41/411-531
Full script, 1957 August
Box/Folder   28/1
Reel/Frame   41/532-658
Revision of Act I:1, 1957 August 12
Box/Folder   28/2
Reel/Frame   41/659-766
Script, 1958 August 25
Box/Folder   28/3
Reel/Frame   41/767-856
Complete script, circa 1959
Box/Folder   28/4
Complete script, circa 1959
Note: Not filmed.
Box/Folder   28/5
Reel/Frame   41/857-958
Revised script / by Richard Maltby, Jr. and Geraldine Fitzgerald, 1974
Box/Folder   28/6
Reel/Frame   42/1-56
Playbills, 1957-1959
Box/Folder   28/7
Reel/Frame   42/57-77
Published songs, 1959
Box/Folder   73/1
Reel/Frame   42/78-126
Conductor's score “Ireland's Eye,” “Ireland's Eye Dance,” circa 1959
Box/Folder   73/2
Reel/Frame   42/127-242
Musical sketches, undated
Box/Folder   73/3
Reel/Frame   42/243-264
Ballet music motifs
Box/Folder   74/1
Reel/Frame   42/265-489
Piano-vocal score, 1958
Box/Folder   74/2
Reel/Frame   42/490-667
Revisions of piano-vocal score, circa 1959
Box/Folder   75/1
Reel/Frame   42/668-841
Piano-vocal score, Act I, 1958-1959
Box/Folder   75/2
Reel/Frame   42/842-943
Piano-vocal score, Act II, 1958-1959
Box/Folder   75/3
Reel/Frame   43/1-109
Piano-vocal revisions
Box/Folder   75/4
Reel/Frame   43/110-132
Songs, piano-vocal scores and published piano-vocal score, 1959
Recordings
513A/8-9
Juno (1) and (2)
Demo songs on Dick Charles recording discs
1049A/4
“My True Heart,” Rosemary June, Gloria Shane, piano
Note: Original: Disc 161A/12
1049A/4
“I Wish It So,” Rosemary June, Gloria Shane, piano
Note: Original: Disc 161A/12
1049A/4
“One Kind Word,” Jack Carroll, Gloria Shane, piano
Note: Original: Disc 161A/13
U.S. Mss 35AN/Micro 1049
“Parabola and Circula” (unproduced, dedicated to Eva Goldbeck, 1929)
Box/Folder   28/8
Reel/Frame   43/133-189
Script, undated
Box/Folder   28/9
Reel/Frame   43/190-447
Music tablets, 1929
Scores, 1929
Box/Folder   76/1
Volume 1: orchestra score
Box/Folder   76/2
Volume 2: conductor's score
Box/Folder   77/1
Reel/Frame   43/450-end
Piano-vocal scores, 1963 March 1
“The Traveling Salesman” (unproduced)
Box/Folder   28/10
Reel/Frame   44/1-81
Scripts, 1929 September 17, 1930 April
“The Killers” (unproduced)
Box/Folder   28/11
Reel/Frame   44/82-128
Musical sketches, 1931
“The Condemned” (choral opera, unproduced)
Box/Folder   29/1
Reel/Frame   44/129-135
Correspondence, 1931 November 11-1935 January 11
Box/Folder   29/2
Reel/Frame   44/136-152
Analysis, notes, undated
Box/Folder   29/3
Reel/Frame   44/153-163
Libretto
Box/Folder   77/2
Reel/Frame   44/164-210
Early piano version, 1932
Box/Folder   77/3
Reel/Frame   44/211-270
Piano-vocal score transcription; instrumental; music sketch
Box/Folder   77/4
Reel/Frame   44/271-334
Conductor's score: first draft, undated
Box/Folder   77/5
Reel/Frame   44/335-547
Conductor's score, 1932-1933
Box/Folder   77/6
Reel/Frame   44/548-746
Conductor's score
“Sacco and Vanzetti” (unproduced)
Note: See also scrapbook volume 10.
Box/Folder   29/4
Reel/Frame   44/747-816
Correspondence, 1932 November 21-1963 July 3
Box/Folder   29/5
Reel/Frame   44/817-837
Contracts, 1960 February 19-June 14
Research materials
Box/Folder   29/6
Reel/Frame   44/838-979
General, 1927 April 9-1960 December 29
Box/Folder   29/7
Reel/Frame   45/1-143
General, 1961 March 7-1963 September 1
Box/Folder   29/8
Reel/Frame   45/144-238
Massachusetts Legislative Judiciary Committee Hearing, 1959
Box/Folder   29/9
Reel/Frame   45/239-245
Television correspondence, 1960 May 3-1963 June 18
Television script and notes,
Box/Folder   29/10
Reel/Frame   45/246-447
First draft, 1960 April 6-28
Box/Folder   29/11
Reel/Frame   45/448-591
Third revision, 1960 May 9
Books: annotated
Box/Folder   29/12
Reel/Frame   45/592-597
American Heritage / edited by Bruce Catton, volume XI, no. 1, 1959 December pp. 89-93
Box/Folder   30/1
Reel/Frame   45/598-1021
Commonweal vs. Sacco and Vanzetti / by Robert Weeks, 1958
Box/Folder   30/1
Reel/Frame   45/598-1021
Letters of Sacco and Vanzetti / edited by Frankfurther and Jackson, 1928
Box/Folder   30/2
Reel   46
The Sacco-Vanzetti Case / by Osmond K. Frankel, 1931
Box/Folder   30/2
Reel   46
Tragedy in Dedham / by Francis Russell, 1962
Box/Folder   30/3
Reel   46
The Untried Case / by Herbert E. Ehrman, 1960
Box/Folder   30/3
Reel   46
Winterset / by Maxwell Anderson, 1946
Box/Folder   31/1
Reel/Frame   47/1-46
Plans and outlines, Acts I-III, 1960 July 7-1961 November 28
Notes
Box/Folder   31/2
Reel/Frame   47/47-267
Character and general, 1959 September 15-1963 March 2
Box/Folder   31/3
Reel/Frame   47/268-439
Acts I-III, 1959 November 10-1963 March 18
Notes and scripts
Box/Folder   31/4
Reel/Frame   47/440-641
Act I, i, ii, iii, 1960 June 3-1963 March 20
Box/Folder   31/5
Reel/Frame   47/642-767
Act I, iv, v, vi, 1961 January 7-1962 July 5
Box/Folder   31/6
Reel/Frame   47/768-810
Act II, i, ia, iii, iv, vi, 1960 June 13-1961 October 11
Box/Folder   31/7
Reel/Frame   47/811-825
Acts III, iv, ?, 1960 April 22-1962 April 14
Music sketches
Box/Folder   31/8
Reel/Frame   47/826-830
The Beit-Yannai notebook, 1962 June 22-August 22
Box/Folder   78/
Reel/Frame   47/831-890
All Acts, 1959 December 8
Piano-vocal score
Box/Folder   78/2
Reel/Frame   47/891-900
Opening
Box/Folder   78/3
Reel/Frame   48/1-54
Act I, Scene 1, 1960 December 8
Box/Folder   78/4
Reel/Frame   48/55-108
Overture, Act I, Scene 1: preliminary drafts, 1961 April 18
Box/Folder   78/5
Reel/Frame   48/109-202
Sketches, Act I, Scenes 2, 4a, 5, 6, 1961
Box/Folder   78/6
Reel/Frame   48/203-223
Act I, Scene 2, undated
Box/Folder   78/7
Reel/Frame   48/224-386
Act I, Scene 3: preliminary drafts
Box/Folder   78/8
Reel/Frame   48/387-427
Act I, Scene 3
Box/Folder   78/9
Reel/Frame   48/428-433
Act I, Scene 5
Box/Folder   78/10
Reel/Frame   48/434-444
Act I miscellaneous, 1963
Box/Folder   78/11
Reel/Frame   48/445-476
Act II, Scenes 1a, 2a, 2b, 1961 (Preliminary Drafts)
Box/Folder   78/12
Reel/Frame   48/477-484
Act II: draft of “With a Woman to Be”
Box/Folder   78/13
Reel/Frame   48/487-499
Act II: last scene
Box/Folder   78/14
Reel/Frame   48/500-510
Act III: musical drafts
Box/Folder   78/15
Reel/Frame   48/511-560
Act III, Scene 6: musical drafts
Box/Folder   78/16
Reel/Frame   48/561-565
Act III: score for Vanzetti and reporter scene
Box/Folder   78/17
Reel/Frame   48/566-595
Act III: drafts for Vanzetti's Last Aria, 1961
Opera analysis
Publicity, 1960-1962
763A/1
Recorded excerpts, circa 1977 August 26
Scope and Content Note: “A Woman To Be,” by Sacco, sung by tenor Peter Harvey; “If It Had Not Been for These Thing,” by Vanzetti, sung by Charles Fidlar. Piano by John Mueter. This version realized by Fidlar. Produced a few days prior to a Sacco-Vanzetti commemorative picnic held in Middlefield, Connecticut, circa August 26, 1977, when the tape was played.
U.S. Mss 35AN/Micro 1049
“Tales of Malamud” (unproduced)
Box/Folder   31/9
Reel/Frame   48/596-605
Correspondence, 1962 November 2-1967 April 29
Box/Folder   31/10
Reel/Frame   48/606-676
Background materials, Bernard Malamud short stories, 1962
Box/Folder   31/11
Reel/Frame   48/676-726
“The Magic Barrel,” notes and scripts, 1962 November 2-1963 September 7
“Idiots First”
Box/Folder   31/12
Reel/Frame   48/727-850
Notes and scripts, 1963
Box/Folder   79/1
Reel/Frame   49/1-195
Piano-vocal score musical drafts, 1962 October-1963 August
Box/Folder   79/2
Reel/Frame   49/196-302
“The Magic Barrel,” piano-vocal musical drafts, 1962 November 3-1964 January 19
Box/Folder   79/3
Reel/Frame   49/303-385
“Idiots First,” conductor's score, 1963
Series: Ballets
“American Woman” / ballet by Ruth Page
Box/Folder   31/13
Reel/Frame   49/386-421
Correspondence, notes, contract, and scenario, 1935 August-September
Cain (1938 June)
Box/Folder   31/14
Reel/Frame   49/422-441
Correspondence, notes, synopsis, 1931 November 16-1935 December 25
Box/Folder   31/15
Reel/Frame   49/442-570
Bound music tablets, circa 1931-1936
Box/Folder   80/1
Reel/Frame   49/571-690
Piano transcription
Box/Folder   80/2
Reel/Frame   49/690-971
Orchestra score, undated
Box/Folder   80/3
Reel/Frame   50/1-29
Theatre Orchestra score
773A/3
Movements 1-8, recorded from a disc
773A/4
Movements 9-12 (#10 not recorded)
U.S. Mss 35AN/Micro 1049
The Guests (1949 January 20)
Box/Folder   32/1
Reel/Frame   50/30-36
Contract, 1920 January 17
Box/Folder   32/2
Reel/Frame   50/37-47
Publicity, 1949
Box/Folder   81/1-2
Reel/Frame   50/48-220
Working piano scores
Box/Folder   81/3
Reel/Frame   50/221-252
Piano score completed masters
Box/Folder   82/1
Reel   50
Unbound Conductor's score, circa 1949
Physical Description: 145 unnumbered frames 
Box/Folder   82/2
Bound Conductor's score, circa 1949
Note: Duplicate of unbound Conductor's score, Box 82, Folder 1.
“Blessings of the Bath Ballet” (unproduced)
Box/Folder   81/4
Reel/Frame   50/254-322
Conductor's score, 1926-1931
“Jigg-Saw Ballet” (unproduced)
Box/Folder   81/5
Reel/Frame   50/323-381
Orchestra score, 1927-1928
“The Story of Keene and Albert” (unproduced)
Box/Folder   32/3
Reel/Frame   50/382-384
Outline, 1940
“King Hunger” (unproduced)
Box/Folder   32/4
Reel/Frame   50/385-402
Violin-piano score, undated
“Show Window or Model” (unproduced)
Box/Folder   32/5
Reel/Frame   50/403-482
Notes and partial scripts, circa 1946
“Megalopolis Ballet” (unproduced)
Box/Folder   81/6
Reel/Frame   50/483-518
Music sketches
“Svarga” (unproduced)
Box/Folder   32/6
Reel/Frame   50/519-524
Scenario, choreography, undated
Conductor's scores, 1925 April
Box/Folder   83/1
Reel/Frame   50/525-580
Act I, a, b
Box/Folder   83/2
Reel/Frame   50/581-617
Act II
Box/Folder   83/3
Reel/Frame   50/618-637
Act III
Box/Folder   83/4
Reel/Frame   50/638-682
Act IV, a, b
Box/Folder   83/5
Reel/Frame   50/683-815
Orchestral score, piano part: incomplete, 1924 March
Box/Folder   84/1
Reel/Frame   51/1-64
String parts, undated
Box/Folder   84/2
Reel/Frame   51/65-181
Wind, percussion, piano parts, undated
Series: Symphonies
Freedom Morning (1943)
Note: See also scrapbook volume 2.
Box/Folder   32/7
Reel/Frame   51/182-188
Publicity, 1944
Box/Folder   82/3
Reel/Frame   51/189-195
Piano vocal, lyrics
Box/Folder   82/4
Reel/Frame   51/196-221
Piano reduction
Box/Folder   82/5
Reel/Frame   51/222-327
Wind parts: negative photostats, 1943
Box/Folder   82/6
Reel/Frame   51/328-391
Conductor's Orchestral score, circa 1943
Stadium concert / performed by the Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra of New York, conducted by Alexander Smalling, 1944 August 4
1049A/9
Part 1
Note: Original: Disc 161A/20
1049A/9
Parts 2-4
Note: Original: Disc 161A/21
1049A/9
Part 5
Note: Original: Disc 161A/22
U.S. Mss 35AN/Micro 1049
The Airborne Symphony (1946)
Note: See also scrapbook volumes 2, 4, 6, 7.
Box/Folder   32/8
Reel/Frame   51/392-464
Correspondence, 1946 March 19-1960 February 22
Box/Folder   32/9
Reel/Frame   51/465-474
Contracts, 1946 May 22-26
Box/Folder   32/10
Reel/Frame   51/475-563
Notebooks, circa 1939-1942
Box/Folder   32/11
Reel/Frame   51/564-596
Early handwritten script, undated
Box/Folder   32/12
Reel/Frame   51/597-619
Lyrics
Box/Folder   32/13
Reel/Frame   51/619-773
Notes
Box/Folder   32/14
Reel/Frame   51/774-799
Schemes and production notes, 1943-1944
Box/Folder   32/15
Reel/Frame   51/800-902
Working scripts
Box/Folder   32/16
Reel/Frame   51/902-949
Script, 1943-1944
Box/Folder   32/17
Reel/Frame   52/1-47
Script: Orson Welles' copy, 1946
Note: Used by Tyrone Power, May 4, 1953, and by Zachary Scott, December 17-18, 1953.
Box/Folder   32/18
Reel/Frame   52/48-57
Notes for New York Times Article, by Blitzstein
Box/Folder   32/19
Reel/Frame   52/58-159
Publicity
Box/Folder   85/1
Reel   52
Conductor's score, Movements I, II, 1943-1944
Physical Description: 185 unnumbered frames 
Box/Folder   85/2
Reel   52
Conductor's score, Movement III, 1943-1944
Physical Description: 158 unnumbered frames 
Box   113
Conductor's score, Movements I-III
Note: Not filmed.
Box/Folder   86/1
Reel/Frame   52/164-346
Musical sketches, circa 1943-1944
Box/Folder   86/2
Reel/Frame   52/347-437
Piano-vocal score, 1943-1944
Box/Folder   86/3
Reel/Frame   52/438-458
Prelude, Orchestra score, undated
Box/Folder   86/4
Reel/Frame   52/459-470
Song, “Ballad of the Bombardier,” 1943-1944
Recordings
513A/10
The Airborne Symphony
The Airborne Symphony, 1946 April 1 and 2
Note: Probably a recording of the World Premiere Performance, New York Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Leonard Bernstein.
1049A/20
Movement I - 1. Theory of Flight
Note: Original: Disc 161A/34
1049A/20
Movement I - 2. Ballad of History and Mythology
Note: Original: Disc 161A/35
1049A/20
Movement I - 3. Kittyhawk
Note: Original: Disc 161A/36

Physical Description: Damaged disc 
1049A/20
Movement I - 4. The Airborne
Note: Original: Disc 161A/36

Physical Description: Damaged disc 
1049A/20
Movement II - 5. The Enemy
Note: Original: Disc 161A/37

Physical Description: Damaged disc 
1049A/20
Movement II - 6. Threat and Approach
Note: Original: Disc 161A/38
1049A/20
Movement II - 7. Ballad of the Cities, Part I
Note: Original: Disc 161A/38
1049A/20
Movement II - 7. Conclusion of Ballad of the Cities
Note: Original: Disc 161A/39
1049A/21
Movement II - 8. Morning Poem
Note: Original: Disc 161A/40

Physical Description: Disc cracked 
1049A/21
Movement II - 8. Morning Poem
Note: Original: Disc 161A/41

Note: Probably another take of the above.
1049A/21
Movement III - 9. Ballad of Hurry Up, Part I
Note: Original: Disc 161A/42
1049A/21
Movement III - 9. Conclusion of Ballad of Hurry Up
Note: Original: Disc 161A/43

Physical Description: Damaged disc 
1049A/21
Movement III - 10. Ballad of the Bombardier
Note: Original: Disc 161A/44
1049A/21
Movement III - 12. The Open Sky, Part I
Note: Original: Disc 161A/45

Physical Description: Disc cracked 
1049A/21
Movement III - 12. Conclusion of The Open Sky
Note: Original: Disc 161A/46

Physical Description: Disc containing Movement III - 11. Chorus of the Rendezvous, is broken and cannot be repaired. 
The Airborne Symphony /performed by the NBC Symphony Orchestra, Leonard Bernstein, conductor, Narration by Blitzstein, for broadcast over Station WEAF, New York, 1946 May 26
Note: Recorded by Frankay and Jackson Recording Specialists, New York. New York. This recording from General Motors' Symphony of the Air.
1049A/22
Introduction by Radio Announcer; Movement I - 1. Theory of Flight, Part 1.
Note: Original: Disc 161A/47
1049A/22
Movement I - 3. Kittyhawk; 4. The Airborne
Note: Original: Disc 161A/47
1049A/22
Introduction by Radio Announcer; Movement I - 1. Theory of Flight, Part 1.
Note: Original: Disc 161A/48
1049A/22
Movement I - 3. Kittyhawk
Note: Original: Disc 161A/48
1049A/22
Movement I - Conclusion 1. Theory of Flight; 2. Ballad of History and Mythology
Note: Original: Disc 161A/49
1049A/22
Movement II - 5. The Enemy; Beginning of 6. Threat and Approach
Note: Original: Disc 161A/49
1049A/23
Conclusion of Movement I - 1. Theory of Flight; 2. Ballad of History and Mythology, Part 1.
Note: Original: Disc 161A/50
1049A/23
Movement II - 5. The Enemy
Note: Original: Disc 161A/51
1049A/23
Movement II - 7. Ballad of the Cities, middle section
Note: Original: Disc 161A/51
1049A/23
Movement II - 6. Threat and Approach; 7. Ballad of the Cities, Part 1
Note: Original: Disc 161A/52
1049A/23
Movement II - 7. Ballad of the Cities, conclusion; 8. Morning Poem
Note: Original: Disc 161A/52
1049A/23
Movement III - 9. Ballad of Hurry Up, Part 1
Note: Original: Disc 161A/52
The Airborne Symphony, recorded 1946 April 1
1049A/24
Movement I - 2. Ballad of History and Mythology; 3. Kittyhawk
Note: Original: Disc 161A/54
1049A/24
Movement I - 3. Kittyhawk, conclusion; Airborne Enemy, beginning
Note: Original: Disc 161A/53
1049A/24
Airborn Enemy, conclusion; Threat and Approach, beginning
Note: Original: Disc 161A/54
1049A/24
Threat and Approach, conclusion; Ballad of the Cities, beginning
Note: Original: Disc 161A/55
1049A/24
Ballad of the Cities, conclusion; Morning Poem, beginning
Note: Original: Disc 161A/56

Physical Description: Cracked disc 
1049A/25
Morning Poem; Ballad of Hurry Up, beginning
Note: Original: Disc 161A/55
1049A/25
Ballad of Hurry Up, conclusion; Night Music, beginning
Note: Original: Disc 161A/56
1049A/25
Ballad of the Bombardier
Note: Original: Disc 161A/57
1049A/25
Rendezvous; The Open Sky, beginning
Note: Original: Disc 161A/58
1049A/25
The Open Sky, conclusion
Note: Original: Disc 161A/57
1049A/26
The Open Sky, conclusion
Note: Original: Disc 161A/58
1049A/26
Threat and Approach, conclusion; Ballad of the Cities, beginning
Note: Original: Disc 161A/59
1049A/26
Morning Poem; Ballad of Hurry Up, beginning
Note: Original: Disc 161A/59

Physical Description: Cracked disc 
1049A/26
Ballad of the Cities, conclusion; Morning Poem, first line
Note: Original: Disc 161A/60
1049A/26
Ballad of Hurry Up, conclusion; Night Music, beginning
Note: Original: Disc 161A/60
Series: Choral Contatas
U.S. Mss 35AN/Micro 1049
This Is the Garden (1957 May 5)
Note: See also scrapbook volume 4.
Box/Folder   32/20
Reel/Frame   52/471-480
Finances, 1956 September 6-November 1
Box/Folder   32/21
Reel/Frame   52/481-581
Notes, synopsis, lyrics, circa 1956
Box/Folder   32/22
Reel/Frame   52/582-585
Publicity, circa 1957
Box/Folder   32/23
Reel/Frame   52/586-637
Published vocal score with piano transcription, 1956-1957
Box/Folder   87/1
Reel/Frame   52/637-727
Piano-vocal score: “scratch copy”, circa 1956-1957
Box/Folder   87/2
Reel/Frame   53/1-96
Piano-vocal score, 1956
Orchestra scores
Box/Folder   87/3
Reel   53
Volume I
Physical Description: 80 unnumbered frames 
Box/Folder   87/4
Reel   53
Volume II
Physical Description: 107 unnumbered frames 
1049A/13
Songs, 1957
Note: Original: Disc 161A/26

Scope and Content Note: “The Lex Express,” “I'm Ten and You'll See,” “Harlan Brown, Killed In the Street,” “Hymie Is a Poop,” “In Twos,” “San Gennaro”
U.S. Mss 35AN/Micro 1049
“Workers' Kids of the World Unite” (unproduced)
Box/Folder   32/24
Reel/Frame   53/99-103
Lyrics
Box/Folder   87/5
Reel/Frame   53/104-127
Piano-vocal score
“Cantatina for Women's Chorus and Percussion” (unproduced)
Box/Folder   32/25
Reel/Frame   53/128-140
Music tablets (sketches), lyrics, 1930
Box/Folder   87/6
Reel/Frame   53/141-150
Conductor's score
Series: Theater
Lear: A Study (1958)
Note: See also scrapbook volumes 4, 8.
Box/Folder   33/1
Reel/Frame   53/151-177
Correspondence and calendar, 1950 August 25-1958 March 5
Box/Folder   33/2
Reel/Frame   53/178-190
Contracts and finances, 1950 September 7-1955 November 14
Box/Folder   33/3
Reel/Frame   53/191-230
Notes, synopsis, 1955 October 30-1958 February 7
Box/Folder   33/4
Reel/Frame   53/231-468
King Lear scripts, 1950, 1955
Box/Folder   33/5
Reel/Frame   53/469-578
King Lear script: revision, 1956 January
Note: Orson Welles version.
Box/Folder   33/6
Reel/Frame   53/579-633
Publicity, 1950-1958
Box/Folder   88/1
Reel/Frame   53/634-697
Theatre orchestra score for Louis Calhern production, 1950
Box/Folder   88/2
Reel/Frame   53/698-745
Theatre orchestra score with revisions, 1955
Box/Folder   88/3
Reel/Frame   53/746-785
Theatre orchestra score, 1955
Box/Folder   88/4
Reel/Frame   54/1-46
Flute, piccolo and clarinet parts, 1955
Box/Folder   88/5
Reel/Frame   54/47-101
Trumpet parts, 1955
Box/Folder   88/6
Reel/Frame   54/102-142
Horn parts
Box/Folder   88/7
Reel/Frame   54/143-220
Percussion parts
Box/Folder   88/8
Reel/Frame   54/221-248
Notes, extra parts, 1955
Box/Folder   86/5
Reel/Frame   54/249-368
Full score: photocopy, 1950
Box/Folder   86/6
Reel   54
Theatre orchestra score, 1950
Physical Description: 61 unnumbered frames 
Box/Folder   89/1
Reel/Frame   54/370-400
Working sketches, 1950
Box/Folder   89/2
Reel/Frame   54/401-448
Musical sketches
Box/Folder   89/3
Reel/Frame   54/449-491
Study sketches, 1957
Box/Folder   89/4
Reel/Frame   54/492-530
Piano score, 1950
Box/Folder   89/5-6
Reel/Frame   54/531-590
Piano scores, circa 1955
Box/Folder   89/7
Reel/Frame   54/591-594
Piano-vocal score “Fool's Song II,” 1950
Box/Folder   89/8
Reel/Frame   54/595-624
Piano-percussion score with cues, 1950
Parade (1935 May 20)
Box/Folder   33/7
Reel/Frame   54/625-643
Correspondence, publicity, 1935
Julius Caesar (1937 November 11)
Note: See also scrapbook volume 1.
Box/Folder   33/8
Reel/Frame   54/644-656
Correspondence, finances, 1937 November 8-1938 February 15
Box/Folder   33/9
Reel/Frame   54/657-671
Notes, 1937 October 14-1938
Box/Folder   33/10
Reel/Frame   54/672-683
Publicity, 1937
Box/Folder   89/9
Reel/Frame   54/684-696
Orchestra score, 1937
Box/Folder   89/10
Reel/Frame   54/697-727
Trumpet, french horn, percussion parts
Box/Folder   89/11
Reel/Frame   54/728-740
“Orpheus” published and unpublished song scores, 1936-1937
Box/Folder   89/12
Reel/Frame   54/741-778
Fragmentary percussion and orchestra parts
Danton's Death (1938 November 2)
Note: See also scrapbook volume 1.
Box/Folder   33/11
Reel/Frame   54/779-781
Financial correspondence, 1938 November 14
Box/Folder   33/12
Reel/Frame   54/782-879
Script, circa 1938
Box/Folder   33/13
Reel/Frame   54/880-890
Lyrics, 1938
Box/Folder   33/14
Reel/Frame   54/891-900
Publicity, 1938 November 2
Box/Folder   90/1
Reel/Frame   55/1-14
Songs, 1938
Box/Folder   90/2
Reel/Frame   55/15-27
Song “Ho Christina!” score for clarinet, trombone, percussion, piano, and voice, 1938
Pins and Needles (1937 November 27)
Note: See also scrapbook volume 1.
Box/Folder   33/15
Reel/Frame   55/28-33
Publicity, 1939
Twelfth Night (1939)
Box/Folder   33/16
Reel/Frame   55/34-38
Correspondence and royalties, 1939 July 1-1940 March 29
Another Part of the Forest (1946 November 20)
Box/Folder   33/17
Reel/Frame   55/39-193
Script and front pages of published play, with notes, 1946 October, 1947
Androcles and the Lion (1946 December 19)
Note: See also scrapbook volume 2.
Box/Folder   33/18
Reel/Frame   55/194-205
Contracts, music cues, notes, publicity, 1946 November 8
Box/Folder   90/3
Reel/Frame   55/206-245
Orchestra score, 1946
Box/Folder   90/4
Reel/Frame   55/246-277
Piano score, 1946
Midsummer Night's Dream (Stratford, Connecticut, 1958 June 20)
Note: See also scrapbook volume 9, 10.
Box/Folder   33/19
Reel/Frame   55/278-289
Correspondence and contracts, 1958 June 1-1960 March 29
Box/Folder   33/20
Reel/Frame   55/290-355
Script, 1958
Box/Folder   33/21
Reel/Frame   55/356-386
Production notes, music cues, 1958
Box/Folder   33/22
Reel/Frame   55/387-450
Notes, lyrics, circa 1958
Box/Folder   33/23
Reel/Frame   55/451-468
Publicity, 1958
Box/Folder   90/5
Reel/Frame   55/469-552
Music sketches, 1958 April 30
Box/Folder   90/6
Reel/Frame   55/553-579
Incomplete piano score, 1958
Box/Folder   90/7
Reel/Frame   55/580-681
Conductor's score, fragmentary sketches
Box/Folder   90/8
Reel/Frame   55/682-709
Songs
Box/Folder   90/9
Reel/Frame   55/90/710-805
Orchestra score, Part I: early version, heavily annotated, 1958
Box/Folder   90/10
Reel/Frame   55/806-874
Orchestra score, part I: partial, 1958
Box/Folder   91/1
Reel/Frame   55/875-964
Orchestra score, parts II and III
Box/Folder   91/2
Reel/Frame   56/1-163
Complete score, 1958
Box/Folder   91/3
Reel/Frame   56/164-207
“Six Elizabethan Songs for Tenor” piano-vocal scores dedicated to Leonard Bernstein, 1958
The Winter's Tale (Stratford, Connecticut, 1958 July 20)
Note: See also scrapbook volume 9, 10.
Box/Folder   34/1
Reel/Frame   56/208-233
Correspondence, notes and cues, undated
Box/Folder   34/2
Reel/Frame   56/234-323
Script, 1958
Box/Folder   34/3
Reel/Frame   56/324-327
Publicity, 1958
Box/Folder   91/4
Reel/Frame   56/328-389
Music sketches, 1958 June
Box/Folder   91/5
Reel/Frame   56/390-406
Songs with piano accompaniment, 1958 June 26
Orchestra score with revisions
Box/Folder   91/6
Reel/Frame   56/407-451
Part I, 1958
Box/Folder   91/7
Reel/Frame   56/452-534
Part II, 1958
Box/Folder   91/8
Reel/Frame   56/535-590
Violin parts
Box/Folder   92/1
Reel/Frame   56/591-626
Orchestra score: fragment
Box/Folder   92/2-3
Reel/Frame   56/627-799
Orchestra scores, Acts I and II
Box/Folder   92/4
Reel/Frame   56/800-960
Orchestra score: complete, handwritten, 1958
Box/Folder   92/5-6
Reel/Frame   57/1-96
Percussion books I and II
Parts
Box/Folder   93/1
Reel/Frame   57/97-155
Cello
Box/Folder   93/2
Reel/Frame   57/156-208
Bass
Box/Folder   93/3
Reel/Frame   57/209-258
Flute
Box/Folder   93/4
Reel/Frame   57/259-312
Oboe, English horn
Box/Folder   93/5
Reel/Frame   57/313-364
Trumpet
Box/Folder   93/6
Reel/Frame   57/365-414
Horn in C; transpositions to Horn in F
Toys in the Attic (1960 February 25)
Note: See also scrapbook volume 10.
Box/Folder   34/4
Reel/Frame   57/415-421
Correspondence and contract, 1960 January 4-March
Box/Folder   34/5
Reel/Frame   57/422-430
Notes and front pages of published play, 1960
Box/Folder   93/7
Reel/Frame   57/431-450
Piano-vocal sketches, 1960
“Goloopchik” (unproduced)
Note: See also scrapbook volume 2.
Box/Folder   34/6
Reel/Frame   57/451-463
Lyrics, notes, circa 1945
Box/Folder   93/8
Reel/Frame   57/464-486
Music sketches, 1945
Box/Folder   93/9
Reel/Frame   57/487-612
Piano-vocal scores, 1945 August
Box/Folder   93/10
Reel/Frame   57/613-647
Piano-vocal scores of songs: negative photostats
“Volpone” (unproduced)
Box/Folder   34/7
Reel/Frame   57/648-695
Correspondence, notes, publicity, 1955-1956
Box/Folder   93/11
Reel/Frame   57/696-719
Music sketches, 1955-1956
Series: Miscellaneous Music Tablets
Box/Folder   34/8
Reel/Frame   57/720-765
Tablet 1
“King Hunger” (missing)
“Scalero” early music sketches
Box/Folder   34/9
Reel/Frame   57/766-834
Tablet 2
Ear Training Studies
“Scalero” musical sketches
“Indra Ballet”
“Bellyache Ballet”
“Ajui Ballet”
Box/Folder   34/10
Reel/Frame   57/835-918
Tablet 3
Notes for Comparative Arts lectures, 1924-1925
Quotations from Santayana's “Sence of Beauty”
Ear training
Sketches for Ajui Ballet
Monograph on Moussorgsky: rough draft
Box/Folder   34/11
Reel/Frame   58/1-17
Tablet 4
“Parabola and Circula” music sketches
Box/Folder   34/12
Reel/Frame   58/18-58
Tablet 5
“Katrina” music sketches
Box/Folder   34/13
Reel/Frame   58/59-132
Tablet 6
Song sketches
Italian quartet (?)
“Parabola and Circula” music sketches
Box/Folder   34/14
Reel/Frame   58/133-220
Tablet 7
“Scalero,” IV, V
Box/Folder   34/15
Reel/Frame   58/221-336
Tablet 8
“Scalero,” VI, VII
Series: Other Compositions
Walt Whitman's Poems Set to Music by Blitzstein
Box/Folder   34/16
Reel/Frame   58/337-345
Publicity, 1928-1929
“Gods,” 1928 February 15
Box/Folder   94/5
Reel/Frame   58/346-364
Full score, first version, for strings, solo French horn, mezzo-soprano, circa 1928
Box/Folder   94/6
Reel/Frame   58/365-380
Full score, later version, for strings, solo cello, mezzo-soprano
Box/Folder   94/7
Reel/Frame   58/381-410
Instrumental parts for second version
Box/Folder   94/8
Reel/Frame   58/411-418
Piano-vocal scores
Other Poems
Box/Folder   94/9
Reel/Frame   58/419-483
Piano-vocal scores and musical sketches, 1927
e.e. cummings poems set to music by Blitzstein
Box/Folder   34/17
Reel/Frame   58/484-494
Lyrics
Box/Folder   34/18
Reel/Frame   58/495-511
From Marion's Book : correspondence, lyrics, Alice Estey concert program, 1960 August
Box/Folder   34/19
Reel/Frame   58/512-520
Cos Cob song volumes; including Blitzstein's Song, “Jimmie's Got a Goil,” 1935, 1962
Box/Folder   34/20
Reel/Frame   58/521-533
From Marion's Book - Published Version
From Marion's Book, written for Alice Estey, 1960
Box/Folder   94/10
Reel/Frame   58/534-589
Music sketches
Box/Folder   94/11
Reel/Frame   58/590-669
Notes, piano-vocal scores, 1960 August 19
Box/Folder   94/12
Reel/Frame   58/670-692
Piano-vocal scores, 1935-1962
Jacques Offenbach's works
“Tulipatan” (“Tulip Island”)
Box/Folder   34/21
Reel/Frame   58/693-726
Piano-vocal score
Box/Folder   40/6
Reel/Frame   67/29-51
Three Songs: piano-vocal score
Box/Folder   40/7
Reel/Frame   67/1-11
Three Songs: published score
Box/Folder   40/8
Reel/Frame   67/12-28
“Invitation to Bitterness”
Piano works
“Piano Sonata” (1927)
Box/Folder   35/1
Reel/Frame   58/727-750
Score and publicity, 1927 December-1929 March
773A/1
Excerpts recorded from disc
U.S. Mss 35AN/Micro 1049
“Fugue”
Box/Folder   35/2
Reel/Frame   58/751-789
Musical sketches, undated
“Symphony in G# Minor”
Box/Folder   95/1
Reel/Frame   58/790-798
Piano sketch
“Forêt Vierge”
Box/Folder   95/1
Reel/Frame   58/799-802
Piano sketch
“Waterfall”
Box/Folder   95/2
Reel/Frame   58/803-805
Barcarolle for piano, undated
773A/1
Excerpts recorded from disc
U.S. Mss 35AN/Micro 1049
“For Kit's Wedding”
Box/Folder   95/3
Reel/Frame   58/806-807
Piano sketch, 1953
“Innocent Psalm” (“for the Bernstein baby”)
Box/Folder   95/3
Reel/Frame   58/808
Piano sketch, undated
“Prelude in C Minor”
Box/Folder   95/3
Reel/Frame   58/809-810
Piano sketch, undated
“Sonata in F Minor”
Box/Folder   95/3
Reel/Frame   58/811-820
Piano sketch, undated
“Sonatina for Piano”
Box/Folder   95/4
Reel/Frame   58/821-845
First, second, and third workings, undated
“Bourgeois at Play” (Scherzo)
Box/Folder   95/5
Reel/Frame   58/846-860
Piano score, 1930
“Scherzo”
Box/Folder   95/5
Reel/Frame   58/861-865
Piano scores, undated
“Piano Solo”
Box/Folder   95/6
Reel/Frame   58/866-896
Piano score, 1933
Recordings
773A/2
Movements 1-3, recorded from disc
773A/3
Movement 4
U.S. Mss 35AN/Micro 1049
“Piano Percussion Music”
Box/Folder   35/3
Reel/Frame   58/897-898
Publicity, undated
Box/Folder   95/7
Reel/Frame   58/899-935
Piano score and music sketches, 1928-1929
773A/2
Excerpts recorded from disc
U.S. Mss 35AN/Micro 1049
“Andante”
Box/Folder   95/8
Reel/Frame   58/936-942
Piano score, with composition plan, 1919
773A/1
Excerpts recorded from disc
U.S. Mss 35AN/Micro 1049
“Rondo”
Box/Folder   95/8
Reel/Frame   58/943-946
Piano score, with composition plan, 1920
“Persienne”
Box/Folder   95/9
Reel/Frame   58/947-952
Piano score, with composition plan, 1919
773A/1
Excerpts recorded from disc
U.S. Mss 35AN/Micro 1049
“Piano Concerto”
Box/Folder   35/4
Reel/Frame   59/1-71
Musical sketches, 1931
Box/Folder   96/1
Reel/Frame   59/72-158
Orchestra score: photostats
Box/Folder   96/2
Reel/Frame   59/159-244
Conductor's score, 1931
Box/Folder   96/3
Reel/Frame   59/245 + 85 unnumbered frames
Complete bound score with dedication, 1931
Instrumental Parts
Box   112
Reel/Frame   70/1-93
Solo piano, strings
Box   112
Reel/Frame   70/94-183
Woodwinds
Box   112
Reel/Frame   70/184-263
Brass
773A/1
Excerpts recorded from disc
U.S. Mss 35AN/Micro 1049
Orchestral Works
“Romantic Piece for Orchestra”
Note: Dedicated to Eva Goldbeck.
Box/Folder   35/5
Reel/Frame   59/246-310
Music tablet with music sketches
Box/Folder   98/1
Reel/Frame   59/311-355
Piano reduction score, 1930 March
Box/Folder   98/2
Reel/Frame   59/356-499
Orchestral score, 1930 March
773A/4
Excerpts recorded from disc
U.S. Mss 35AN/Micro 1049
“Marche Vainqueur”
Box/Folder   98/3
Reel/Frame   59/500-546
Orchestra score; viola, bass, harp parts, 1920
“Sarabande”
Box/Folder   98/4
Reel/Frame   59/547-570
Music sketches, piano score, orchestra score, 1926 May
“Variations for Orchestra”
Box/Folder   98/5
Reel/Frame   59/570-595
Piano score
Box/Folder   98/6
Reel/Frame   59/596-675
Orchestra score, 1934 December
Box/Folder   98/7
Reel   59
Orchestra score, 1934
Physical Description: 90 unnumbered frames 
Box/Folder   98/8
Reel/Frame   59/677-706
Violin, violincello, contrabass parts
Box   112
Reel/Frame   70/264-272
Viola
Box   112
Reel/Frame   70/273-336
Woodwinds parts
Box   112
Reel/Frame   70/337-402
Brass, percussion
Instrumental Works
“Pavane” from Children's Dances
Box/Folder   95/10
Reel/Frame   59/707-716
Orchestral score
“Round” from Children's Dances
Box/Folder   95/11
Reel/Frame   59/717-720
Piano score
“Pavane” from Children's Dances
Box/Folder   95/12
Reel/Frame   59/721-751
Instrumental parts
“King Richard II Suite”
Box/Folder   97/1
Reel/Frame   59/752-764
Cello-piano score, march-piano score, circa 1922
“Fire Dance”
Box/Folder   97/2
Reel/Frame   59/765-772
Piano-violin score, violin part
“Discourse for Clarinet, Cello, Piano”
Box/Folder   97/3
Reel/Frame   59/773-810
Musical sketches, composition plan, chord structures, 1933
“For EmJo's 'Bitter Fantasy' ”
Box/Folder   97/4
Reel/Frame   59/811-815
Score for string quartet, 1923 March
“For String Orchestra”
Box/Folder   97/4
Reel/Frame   59/816-817
Score, undated
“Serenade for String Quartet” (dedicated to Eva Goldbeck)
Box/Folder   97/5
Reel/Frame   59/818-846
Score for violins, viola, violincello, circa 1932
Box/Folder   97/6
Reel/Frame   60/1-74
Scores, circa 1932
Vocal Works and Songs by Blitzstein
“Quiet Girl”
Box/Folder   34/22
Reel/Frame   60/75-80
Correspondence, notes, lyrics, undated
Box/Folder   97/7
Reel/Frame   60/81-85
Music sketches; piano-vocal score
Untitled
Box/Folder   97/8
Reel/Frame   60/86-108
Vocal with piano reduction of orchestra parts; sketches
“The Dream Is Mine”
Box/Folder   97/9
Reel/Frame   60/109-114
Piano-vocal score
“Leave Me Alone”
Box/Folder   97/9
Reel/Frame   60/115-116
Piano-vocal score
“Let's Be Blue”
Note: See also scrapbook volumes 1, 2, 10.
Box/Folder   97/9
Reel/Frame   60/117
Vocal score
“Expatriate”
Box/Folder   97/9
Reel/Frame   60/118-124
Piano-vocal sketches
“A Glee for Jamie”
Box/Folder   97/9
Reel/Frame   60/125-128
Piano-vocal sketches
“Where Love Is Life”
Box/Folder   97/10
Reel/Frame   60/129-134
Piano-vocal score
“Song” / based on a Rupert Brooke poem
Box/Folder   97/10
Reel/Frame   60/135-136
Piano-vocal score
“From Far, from Eve and Morning” / from A.E. Housman
Box/Folder   97/10
Reel/Frame   60/137-140
Piano-vocal score
“Into My Heart an Air” / from A.E. Housman
Box/Folder   97/10
Reel/Frame   60/141-148
Piano-vocal score
“Into the Streets May First” / lyrics by Alfred Hayes
Box/Folder   97/10
Reel/Frame   60/149-151
Piano-vocal score
“Search Thou My Heart” / lyrics by Paul Laurence Dunbar (Circular Canon for 4 Voices)
Box/Folder   97/10
Reel/Frame   60/152-156
Piano-vocal score
“War Department Manual, Volume 7, Part 3” / music by Blitzstein
Box/Folder   97/11
Reel/Frame   60/157-160
Piano-vocal score
“Ballad of Sevastopol”
Box/Folder   39/14
Reel/Frame   66/750-762
Notes and lyrics, 1941-1942
Box/Folder   97/11
Reel/Frame   60/161-170
Vocal score; music sketches, 1941-1942
“War Song” / lyrics by Dorothy Parker
Box/Folder   97/11
Reel/Frame   60/171-172
Score
Gauley Bridge songs
Box/Folder   97/12
Reel/Frame   60/173-198
Piano-vocal score for baritone, chorus, piano
“What's the Matter With Me?”
Box/Folder   97/12
Reel/Frame   60/199-202
Piano-vocal score
“Smoking Glasses”
Box/Folder   97/12
Reel/Frame   60/203-205
Piano-vocal score
“Chez Eitingon”
Box/Folder   97/13
Reel/Frame   60/206-210
Piano-vocal score, 1946
“The Way You Are”
Box/Folder   97/13
Reel/Frame   60/211-218
Piano-vocal score; musical sketch, 1935
“Maric and Colic”
Box/Folder   97/13
Reel/Frame   60/219-222
Piano-vocal score
“A Word Out of the Sea”
Box/Folder   97/13
Reel/Frame   60/223-245
Orchestra vocal score
“Displaced”
Box/Folder   97/14
Reel/Frame   60/246-251
Piano-vocal score
“Modest Maid”
Box/Folder   97/15
Reel/Frame   60/252-260
Piano-vocal score and negative photostats
Canons and Fugues
Box/Folder   95/12
Reel/Frame   60/260-286
Writing tablet: canons; double choir; miscellaneous by Blitzstein; Madrigal of Monteverdi; Harmonic progressions of Bach, Palestrina, Ravel, Chopin
“Fugue Motives”
Box/Folder   9513
Reel/Frame   60/287-322
Piano scores, undated
Box/Folder   95/14
Reel/Frame   60/323-388
Canons; choral variations, choral preludes
Transcriptions by Blitzstein
“Lento Molto” / by Aaron Copland
Box/Folder   99/1
Reel/Frame   60/389-392
Piano transcription, 1933
“Vocalise” Op. 34, No. 14 / by Serge Rachmaninoff
Box/Folder   99/2
Reel/Frame   60/393-400
Transcription for string quartet, undated
“Dance Andalouse” / by MacDowell
Box/Folder   99/2
Reel/Frame   60/401-411
Transcription for woodwinds, undated
“Tod und Verklarung” / by R. Strauss
Box/Folder   99/2
Reel/Frame   60/412-432
Piano transcription, undated
“Impressions de Voyage en Crimee” / by Modeste Moussorgsky
Box/Folder   99/3
Reel/Frame   60/433-443
Transcription for string orchestra
“Troika en Traineaux” / by Peter I. Tschaikowsky
Box/Folder   99/4
Reel/Frame   60/444-470
Orchestra score with individual parts: trumpet, horn, bassoon, strings, piano, 1927
“Collines d'Anacapri” / by Claude Debussy
Box/Folder   99/5
Reel/Frame   60/470-496
Orchestra score with individual parts: strings, bassoon, horn, 1927
“Incantation” or ________ / by Nicolai Medtner
Box/Folder   99/6
Reel/Frame   60/497-538
Orchestra score, 1925 October
Miscellaneous Music
Box/Folder   99/7
Reel/Frame   60/539-574
Unidentified vocal music
Box/Folder   99/8
Reel/Frame   60/575-582
Unidentified orchestral music
Box/Folder   99/9
Reel/Frame   60/583-605
Unidentified piano music
Box/Folder   99/10-11
Reel/Frame   60/606-693
Unidentified music
Series: Adaptations
The Threepenny Opera (1954 March 10)
Note: See also scrapbook volumes 4, 6-11.
Box/Folder   35/6
Reel/Frame   60/694-877
Correspondence, 1949 February 21-1967 April 18
Box/Folder   35/7
Reel/Frame   60/878-1004
Financial correspondence, 1952 June 27-1960 June 6
Box/Folder   35/8
Reel/Frame   61/1-139
Contracts, 1953 November 2-1962 March 12
Box/Folder   35/9
Reel/Frame   61/140-365
Royalty statements, 1954 March 15-1963 June 25
Research Materials
Box/Folder   35/10
Reel/Frame   61/366-474
Beggar's Opera / by John Gay and Benjamin Britten, script and music, 1949
Box/Folder   35/11
Reel/Frame   61/75-503
Partial piano-vocal score in German
Box/Folder   36/1
Reel/Frame   61/504-548
Die Dreigroschenoper / by Kurt Weill, annotated piano score, 1928
Box/Folder   36/2-3
Reel/Frame   61/549-696
Script translation by Desmond Versey and Eric Bentley, 1951
Box/Folder   36/4
Reel/Frame   61/697-806
Notes, circa 1950
Box/Folder   36/5
Reel/Frame   61/807-889
Lyrics and notes on lyrics
Box/Folder   36/6
Reel/Frame   62/1-131
Lyrics
Box/Folder   36/7
Reel/Frame   62/132-159
Synopsis of lyrics
Box/Folder   36/8
Reel/Frame   62/160-180
Production materials, 1952-1955
Box/Folder   36/9
Reel/Frame   62/181-184
Narration
Box/Folder   36/10
Reel/Frame   62/185-281
Early working script, undated
Box/Folder   36/11
Reel/Frame   62/281-380
Annotated script, American setting, 1951 March 15
Box/Folder   36/12
Reel/Frame   62/381-478
Annotated script, 1951 March 15
Box/Folder   36/13
Reel/Frame   62/479-590
Script, English adaptation, 1951 March 15
Box/Folder   36/14
Reel/Frame   62/591-788
Working script of Theatre de Lys, New York City, 1954
Box/Folder   36/15
Reel/Frame   62/789-876
Annotated script, 1954, 1956
Box/Folder   37/1
Reel/Frame   62/877-882
Script, 1962
Box/Folder   37/2
Reel/Frame   62/883-962
Script with music cues, undated
Note: This Script is identical to that in Box 77, Folder 1, Reel 62, Frames 877-882 above; a few sheets of other materials were also filmed. See Processor's Note.
Box/Folder   37/3
Reel/Frame   63/1-105
Script, British acting version, undated
Box/Folder   37/4
Reel/Frame   63/106-184
Annotated script, undated
Box/Folder   37/5
Reel/Frame   63/185-248
Articles, 1959, Annotated by Blitzstein
Box/Folder   37/6
Reel/Frame   63/249-306
Clippings, 1954-1963
Box/Folder   37/7
Reel/Frame   63/307-432
Programs, posters, record insert
Box/Folder   100/1
Reel/Frame   63/433-467
Sheet music, music sketches, 1951
Box/Folder   100/2
Reel/Frame   63/468-577
Songs: vocal score
Box/Folder   100/3
Reel/Frame   63/578-631
Partial piano-vocal score, undated
Box/Folder   100/4
Reel   63
Conductor's piano-vocal score, 1963
Physical Description: 140 unnumbered frames 
Box/Folder   100/5
Reel/Frame   63/633-704
Conductor's piano-vocal score, 1962 May
“Mother Courage” (unproduced)
Note: See also scrapbook volumes 8, 10.
Box/Folder   37/8
Reel/Frame   63/705-718
Correspondence, 1956 July 16-1960 July 1
Box/Folder   37/9
Reel/Frame   63/719-725
Contract, 1957 November 8
Research materials
Box/Folder   37/10
Reel/Frame   63/726-805
German script / translated by George Tabori, 1950
Box/Folder   37/11
Reel/Frame   64/1-19
Notes, undated
Box/Folder   37/12
Reel/Frame   64/20-102
Lyrics, 1956 July
Box/Folder   37/13
Reel/Frame   64/103-127
Synopsis, translation, 1957 July
Box/Folder   37/14
Reel/Frame   64/128-172
Partial scripts, first drafts, Acts I and II, 1958 May 11
Box/Folder   37/15
Reel/Frame   64/173-183
Partial scripts, second draft, Act I, Scenes 1 and 3, undated
Box/Folder   37/16
Reel/Frame   64/184-269
Annotated script, 1957
Box/Folder   37/17
Reel/Frame   64/270-272
Production notes, criticism, 1957 December 10
Box/Folder   37/18
Reel/Frame   64/273-328
Publicity, 1953 October 26-1963 July 19
Box/Folder   101/1
Reel/Frame   64/329-365
German piano-vocal score, sketches, 1949
Recordings
1049A/8
Overture, “Mother Courage's Song” (Helene Weigl), “Song of Fraternizing” (Regina Lutz), “Song of the Big Surrender” (Weigl)
Note: Original: Disc 161A/19
1049A/8
“Song of Peter the Pipe” (Ernst Busch), “Song of the Great Souls” (Busch)
Note: Original: Disc 161A/19
U.S. Mss 35AN/Micro 1049
“Rise and Fall of the City of Mahagonny” (unproduced)
Note: See also scrapbook volumes 8, 10.
Box/Folder   38/1
Reel/Frame   64/366-383
Correspondence, 1958 January 22-1959 August 5
Research materials
Box/Folder   38/2
Reel/Frame   64/384-412
German script, by Kurt Weill, undated
Box/Folder   38/3
Reel/Frame   64/413-590
German piano-vocal score, by Kurt Weill, 1929
Box/Folder   38/4
Reel/Frame   64/590-599
Life magazine article
Box/Folder   38/5
Reel/Frame   64/600-709
First draft lyrics and notes, 1956 July
Box/Folder   38/6
Reel/Frame   64/710-766
Second draft lyrics, 1956 July 10
Box/Folder   38/7
Reel/Frame   64/767-846
First draft script, circa 1956
Box/Folder   38/8
Reel/Frame   64/847-850
Production materials, 1958 February 13
Box/Folder   38/9
Reel/Frame   64/851-854
Publicity, 1958 May 4-1963 January 20
Box/Folder   38/10
Reel/Frame   64/855-865
Music sketches, 1956 July 14
Box/Folder   101/2
Reel/Frame   65/1-169
German piano-vocal score: photostat, circa 1956
Brecht on Brecht (London, 1962)
Box/Folder   38/11
Reel/Frame   65/170-179
Correspondence and contracts, 1962
Box/Folder   38/12
Reel/Frame   65/180-197
Lyrics, notes, 1962 February 28
Box/Folder   38/13
Reel/Frame   65/198-200
Publicity, 1962
The Duenna
Box/Folder   38/14
Reel/Frame   65/201-208
Partial script, 1940
Box/Folder   38/15
Reel/Frame   65/209-238
Partial piano-vocal score, 1940
La Traviata
Box/Folder   38/16
Reel/Frame   65/239-298
Correspondence, notes, and lyrics, 1952 October 24-1954 November 25
Box/Folder   38/17
Reel/Frame   65/299-312
Script, Act I
Box/Folder   38/18
Reel/Frame   65/313-432
Piano-vocal score, with Blitzstein translation
Box/Folder   101/3
Reel/Frame   65/433-439
“Drinking Song,” piano-vocal scores
Carmen
Box/Folder   38/19
Reel/Frame   65/440-454
Research materials, opera publicity and notes, 1957
Box/Folder   38/20
Reel/Frame   65/455-465
Lyrics, Bizet manuscript and Blitzstein translation
Series: Radio
I've Got the Tune (CBS, 1957 October 24)
Note: See also scrapbook volumes 1, 2, 4.
Box/Folder   39/1
Reel/Frame   65/466-481
Correspondence and contract, 1937 August 12-1939 February 7
Box/Folder   39/2
Reel/Frame   65/482-542
Notes, circa 1937
Box/Folder   39/3
Reel/Frame   65/543-572
Working script
Box/Folder   39/4
Reel/Frame   65/573-651
Complete script, 1937 October 8
Box/Folder   39/5
Reel/Frame   65/652-677
Scripts, revisions, 1937 October 24
Box/Folder   39/6
Reel/Frame   65/678-682
Publicity, 1938
Box/Folder   39/7
Reel/Frame   65/683-716
Music tablet, sketches, circa 1937
Box/Folder   39/8
Reel/Frame   65/717-746
Published piano-vocal score, 1938
Box/Folder   102/1
Reel/Frame   65/747-785
Piano-vocal scores, 1938
Box/Folder   102/2
Reel/Frame   65/786-796
Choral parts, piano-vocal score, 1937 November 30
Box/Folder   102/3
Reel/Frame   65/797-1008
Orchestra score, 1937
Box/Folder   102/4
Reel/Frame   66/1-54
Draft piano score
Box/Folder   102/5
Reel/Frame   66/55-177
Percussion, piano, string parts, 1937
Box/Folder   102/6
Reel/Frame   66/178-291
Wind parts, 1937
Songs
1049A/1
“Musiker and Beetsie,” “I've Got the Tune,” “Chicken Salad,” “The Moon”
Note: Original: Disc 161A/
1049A/1
“Initiation”
Note: Original: Disc 161A/
1049A/2
“What For?” “Traffic,” “We Want a New One”
Note: Original: Disc 161A/
1049A/2
“Because This Is Our Day”
Note: Original: Disc 161A/
554A/5
Recorded excerpts
U.S. Mss 35AN/Micro 1049
Russia Is Singing
Box/Folder   39/9
Reel/Frame   66/292-343
Background materials and scripts, 1942 May 25-June 15
Labor for Victory
Box/Folder   39/10
Reel/Frame   66/344-386
Scripts, 1942 June 20-August 15
Box/Folder   103/1
Reel/Frame   66/387-402
Piano score
Box/Folder   103/2-3
Reel/Frame   66/403-555
Conductor's scores, 1942
Box/Folder   103/4
Reel/Frame   66/556-658
Orchestra parts
Various radio shows: The Penguin Room, Win the War, and untitled show
Box/Folder   39/11
Reel/Frame   66/659-736
Background materials and scripts, circa 1942-1946
Series: Works by other composers
Box/Folder   39/12
Reel/Frame   66/737-745
Songs by Howard Gross
Box/Folder   39/13
Reel/Frame   66/746-749
“First of May” / words by Eva Goldbeck, music by “Hammer”
“Variations sur 'Au Claire de la Lune' ”
Box/Folder   104/1
Reel/Frame   66/763-796
Conductor's score, instrumental parts
Trouble in Tahiti / by Leonard Bernstein, dedicated to Blitzstein
Box/Folder   104/2
Reel   66
Piano-vocal score, annotated by Blitzstein, 1952
Physical Description: 60 unnumbered frames 
On the Town / by Leonard Bernstein
Box/Folder   104/3
Reel/Frame   66/799-809
Piano score, undated
Box/Folder   104/3
Reel/Frame   66/810-831
Times Square Finale piano score
Music for Shakespeare's Hamlet / by Virgil Thomson
Box/Folder   104/4
Reel/Frame   66/832-856
Conductor's score, with Blitzstein's annotations
Piano-vocal scores and criticism by Frances Thorne
Note: Missing in 1985.
“Overture to a Russian War Relief Concert” / by Stanley Bate
Box/Folder   104/5
Reel/Frame   66/857-869
Score for production by Blitzstein
Box/Folder   104/6
Reel/Frame   66/870-904
Works by other composers
Series: Scrapbooks
Box   106
Reel/Frame   67/579-841
Volume 1, 1937-1938
Box   107
Reel/Frame   68/1-191
Volume 2, 1939-1944
Box   107
Reel/Frame   68/192-230
Volume 3, 1944-1945
Box   108
Reel/Frame   68/231-376
Volume 4, 1946-1952
Box   108
Reel/Frame   68/377-506
Volume 5, 1949-1950
Box   109
Reel/Frame   68/507-644
Volume 6, 1952-1954
Box   109
Reel/Frame   68/645-770
Volume 7, 1954-1958
Box   110
Reel/Frame   68/771-956
Volume 8, 1955-1958
Box   110
Reel/Frame   69/1-182
Volume 9, 1957-1959
Box   111
Reel/Frame   69/183-373
Volume 10, 1958-1960
Box   111
Reel/Frame   69/374-444
Volume 11, 1959-1960
Series: Other Tape and Disc Recordings
Note: Most tape and disc recordings are listed under production title elsewhere in this list.
513A/11
William Blake Poems and Three Sonnets by Walter Lowenfels, set to music by Norman Curtis
554A/4
Songs for the Theatre,1953 Production
761A/1
Interview with Brenda Lewis by Joseph S. Terzo and Eric Gordon, 1978 September 26; broadcast on WWUH, West Hartford, Connecticut, 1978 October 15.
Scope and Content Note: Lewis discusses the production and recording of Regina, which she sang in the Columbia recording of the 1958 production by the New York City Opera.
764A/1
Music by Leonard Lehrman, recorded from WBAI radio broadcasts during its “Lehrman Day,” 1979 March 21
Physical Description: Very poor quality recording. 
Scope and Content Note: These compositions are not by Blitzstein, but are included because Lehrman finished Blitzstein's Idiots First.
Scenes from an unidentified musical, 1938 January 5
1049A/16
“Gus and Sadie Love Song,” Scene 5
Note: Original: Disc 161A/29
1049A/16
“Yasha and Dauber,” Scene 6
Note: Original: Disc 161A/30
Unidentified musical, solo piano music recorded in the studios of G. Schirmer Inc., New York
1049A/18
Overture, Serfdom, Mother Conceives a Child
Note: Original: Disc 161A/32
1049A/18
Pharoah's Daughter Finds the Baby
Note: Original: Disc 161A/32
1049A/18
Processional to the Court
Note: Original: Disc 161A/32
The Merry Widow
1049A/19
Acts I and II, Songs in German
Note: Original: Disc 161A/33
1049A/19
Lotte Lenya reading “Kinderdreuzzung, 1939,” 1955 Christmas
Note: Original: Disc 161A/65
Disc 161A/66-67
Bobby Darin singing “Mack the Knife” and “Was There a Call for Me”
Disc 161A/68
Ella Fitzgerald singing “Mack the Knife”
Disc 161A/69
“I Never Lived I Just Was” and “I Love You Like My Mother”
Disc 161A/70
“Swanee River”, “I Can't See Why You Are,” “Please Be Sweet”
Disc 161A/71
Mina sings “La Notte” and “Il Cielo in Una Stanza”
Disc 161A/72
“I'll Be With You in Apple-Blossom Time” and “Threepenny Opera”
Disc 161A/73
Mama Ines sings “Mamba, Cha-cha, Merengue” and “Moritat - Bye-you Rhythm”
Physical Description: Broken disc 
Disc 161A/74
“Mack the Knife” in Yiddish (“Ha'Merkava, Mackie Sakinai”)
Physical Description: Broken disc 
Disc 161A/75
“Moritat” and “Baubles, Bangles, and Beads” / by the Dick Hyman Trio
Disc 161A/76
“Back o'Town Blues” and “Mack the Knife” / by Louis Armstrong and His All-Stars