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Finding Aid for the Robert Hardy Andrews Papers, 1945-1966 (Collection 812)
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Box 1

Burning Gold. n.p. undated.

Creator/Collector: Andrews, Robert Douglas, 1903-
Physical Description: (1008 leaves, typescript carbon)

Scope and Content Note

A novel first published by Doubleday, Doran and Company, Garden City, New York, 1945.
Box 1

Another copy.

Physical Description: (408 leaves, typescript carbon)
Box 2

A Corner of Chicago. Ojai, California. 1962.

Physical Description: (424 leaves, typescript carbon)

Scope and Content Note

First published by Little, Brown, and Company, Boston, 1963.
Some correspondence relating to the publishing of “A Corner of Chicago” is bound in at the end.
Box 2

Another copy. Boston: Little, Brown, and Company. 1963.

Physical Description: (121 leaves, galleys)
Box 2

First draft. Ojai, California. 1962.

Physical Description: (31 leaves, typescript carbon)
Box 2

Ephemera relating to “A Corner of Chicago.”

Physical Description: (2 items)
Box 2

Letter to Andrews from James T. Farrell. Chicago. December 11, 1961.

Physical Description: (14 leaves, holograph and photocopy)

General note

Original withdrawn by donor (December 1968).
Box 3

Movie and television scripts.

Physical Description: Scripts for: Ford Theatre; Thriller; Combat; Death Valley Days and Adventures of Don Renegale.
Box 3

A lamp for India: the story of Madame Pandit. [Beverly Hills, California, ]. ca. 1966

Physical Description: (ca. 500 leaves, typescript)

Scope and Content Note

With many changes and additions.
Box 3

[originally titled, “Of Victory and Fortune”]. Beverly Hills, California. ca. 1966.

Physical Description: (ca. 400 leaves, typescript with changes and corrections)

Scope and Content Note

“Working Outline.”
Box 4

A corner of Chicago. Ojai, California. ca. 1961.

Physical Description: (424 leaves, typescript carbon with many corrections)

General note

Apparently this was the printer's copy.
Box 4

Letter to Andrews from James T. Farrell. Chicago. December 22, 1961.

Physical Description: (22 leaves, holograph on yellow legal-size paper and photocopy)

General note

Original withdrawn by donor (January 1969).