This collection contains the papers of the novelist, screenwriter, and biographer Irving Shulman, who is best known for writing
the screenplay for
Rebels Without a Cause. His papers include manuscripts and typescripts of screenplays, short stories, novels, and biographies.
Irving Shulman was a novelist, screenwriter and biographer of Rudolph Valentino, Jaqueline Kennedy Onassis, and Jean Harlow.
He was born in Brooklyn, New York, to Jewish immigrants from Lithuania on May 21, 1913. Shulman received his BA from Ohio
University in 1937, his MA from Columbia in 1938, and his Ph.D. from UCLA in 1972. During World War II he worked for the War
Department in Washington, D.C. He married Joan Grager in 1938, and they had two daughters.
19.67 Linear feet
19 boxes, 1 map case folder
The collection contains published materials; researchers are reminded of the copyright restrictions imposed by publishers
on reusing their articles and parts of books. It is the responsibility of researchers to acquire permission from publishers
when reusing such materials. The copyright to unpublished materials belongs to the heirs of the writers. Permission to publish,
quote, or reproduce must be secured from the repository and the copyright holder.
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