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Finding Aid for the Jim Tully papers, 1883-1952 [bulk dates 1920-1947]
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Box 36, Folder 2

Baxter, Warner 1936 Mar 28

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"Warner Baxter," 9 pages, typescript with holograph notes. With note, "Revised for TW and returned, March 28-36."
Box 36, Folder 4

Baxter, Warner 1935 Sep 4

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"Warner Baxter," 8 pages and fragments, typescript with holograph notes and typescript(carbon).
Box 36, Folder 5

Baxter, Warner 1936 Mar 14

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9 pages, typescript(carbon) and another copy. With clipped article, "Hollywood Mystery, "This Week Magazine, 1936 May 24.
Box 36, Folder 6

Baxter, Warner 1936 Mar 19

Note

"Warner Baxter," 11pages and fragment pages, typescript and holograph. With clipped article,"Warner Baxter -- and Women," Movie Classic, 1936 Jan.
Box 127, Folder 1

Baxter, Warner 1936 Apr

Note

Complete issue of Screen Pictorial, "Women Just Can't Resist Him" by Jim Tully, pages 18-19. Paper is extremely brittle.
Box 36, Folder 3

Baxter. Warner 1936 Mar 10

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"Warner Baxter," 9 pages, typescript with holograph notes.
Box 36, Folder 7

Beery, Wallace no date

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Biographical information, 10 items.
Box 36, Folder 8

Beery, Wallace 1935 Feb 1

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"The Wise Buffoon," 9 pages, typescript(carbon). With note, " … Taken for Fawcett, Feb 1-35."
Box 36, Folder 9

Beery, Wallace no date

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6 pages (2-7, missing first page], typescript.
Box 36, Folder 10

Beery, Wallace no date

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"Wallace Beery," 8 pages, typescript(carbon).
Box 36, Folder 11

Beery, Wallace 1935 May 22

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"Wallace Beery," 7 pages, typescript(carbon). With note, "Sent Fawcett-May22-1935, Published Screen Book for Nov. 1935." With clipped article, "The Amazing Wallace," Screen Play, May 1935.
Box 36, Folder 12

Beery, Wallace 1935 Nov

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"Wallace Beery," 7 pages (variously numbered), typescript(carbon) and holograph. With clipped article, "My Friend Wallace Berry," Screen Book, November 1935.l
Box 113, Folder 1

Beery, Wallace 1935 Sep

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"A Chorus Boy Makes Good,"Screen Pictorial, pages 30-31. Complete issue, with part of cover missing.
Box 113, Folder 2

Beery, Wallace 1936 Apr

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"Comedy and Tragedy in Hollywood," Screen Book Magazine, pages 33, 38. Clipping only.
Box 113, Folder 3

Beery, Wallace 1935 Oct 31

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"Wallace Beery," 8 pages, typescript(carbon). With note, "This Week, Lavell, Oct 31, '35."
Box 113, Folder 4

Beery, Wallace no date

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"Wallace Berry," 9 pages, typescript with holograph corrections. Pages are misnumbered.
Box 113, Folder 5

Beery, Wallace 1935

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"Wallace Beery," 8 pages, typescript(carbon). With note, "Fawcett Feb 2/35."
Box 36, Folder 13

Bel-Geddes, Norman no date

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"The Master of Beauty", , 5 pages, typescript(carbon) and another copy. With clipped article, Classic, December 1924.
Box 36, Folder 14

Bel-Geddes, Norman 1924 Apr

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Clipped article, "Bel-Geddes - Master of the Scenic Art" by Grenville Vernon, Theatre Magazine, April 1924.
Box 36, Folder 15

Bellamy, Ralph no date

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"Ralph Bellamy," , 8 pages and 1 fragment, typescript with holograph corrections.
Box 50, Folder 5

Bellamy, Ralph no date

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Biographical information, 2 items.
Box 36, Folder 16

Bennett, Arnold no date

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"Arnold Bennett," 11 pages, typescript, and typescript(carbon) copy.
Box 36, Folder 17

Bennett, Joan no date

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"The True Life Story of Joan Bennett" [by Jim Tully?] 11 pages, typescript.
Box 36, Folder 18

Benny, Jack 1935 Nov 21

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"Jack Benny," , 9 pages, typescript(carbon) and another copy. With clipped articles, "Radio's Number One Man," from The Jewish Times, The American Jewish World, Picturegoer Weekly, photocopy of "Jack Benny's Secret" in This Week, January 9, 1936, and "Radio's Number One Man" in the Jewish Tribune, February 14, 1936.
Box 36, Folder 19

Benny, Jack no date

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Biographical information, 6 items.
Box 36, Folder 20

Bern, Paul no date

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Biographical information, 1 item.
Box 36, Folder 21

Bern, Paul 1941 May

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"A Hollywood Samaritan," ,, 11 pages, typescript with holograph corrections. With note: "Amer. Mercury, May-1941."
Box 36, Folder 22

Bern, Paul no date

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'The First Gentlemen,", 5 pages, typescript with holograph corrections. With clipping of the published article, "I'd Fight for Paul", publication unidentified.
Box 36, Folder 23

Bern, Paul no date

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"Paul Bern," , 2 pages, typescript.
Box 36, Folder 24

Bern, Paul [1932]

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"Goodbye, Paul!," 9 pages, typescript and holograph. With clipping of published article, "Goodbye, Paul!" in Rob Wagner's Script, no. vol. 8, no. 188 (1932 Sep 17), p.4. With a 3 page typescript copy.
Box 100, Folder 8

Bern, Paul no date

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Goodbye, Paul. 3 pages, typescript(carbon). Regarding Paul Bern.
Box 120, Folder 8

Bern, Paul 1932

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Complete issue of Rob Wagner's Script, vol. VIII, no. 188 (17 Sep 1932) with JT's tribute to Paul Bern on page 4, "Goodbye, Paul!
Box 36, Folder 25

Bickford, Charles no date

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"Charles Bickford," [by Jim Tully], 10 pages, typescript with holograph corrections and a typescript(carbon) copy.
Box 36, Folder 26

Bickford, Charles 1930

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"A Man with Red Hair," 7 pages, typescript(carbon). With note, 'Published Hollywood Mag, 1930 … "
Box 50, Folder 6

Bickford, Charles no date

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Biographical information, 1 item.
Box 53, Folder 2

Bickford, Charles 1932 Aug

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Issue of The New Movie Magazine, with "Hollywood's Rebel" by Jim Tully, pages 34- 35,104-106.
Box 36, Folder 27

Blue, Monte no date

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"The Man Who Found Himself," 7 pages (variously numbered), typescript and typescript(carbon) with holograph corrections.
Box 128, Folder 9

Blue, Monte no date

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Pages 2-8, typescript. Missing page 1.
Box 36, Folder 28

Boardman, Eleanor no date

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"A Sister of Cinderella" by Eleanor Boardman, 4 pages, mimeograph. Research material.
Box 128, Folder 5

Boardman, Eleanor no date

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Research material. "A Sister of Cinderella" by Eleanor Boardman, 4 pages, mimeograph.
Box 50, Folder 7

Booth, Edwina no date

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Biographical information, 1 item. Also describes her experience and ill health while filming "Trader Horn."
Box 36, Folder 28

Borzage, Frank 1927 Feb

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"Frank Borzage," 8 pages, typescript with holograph corrections. Written on verso of Charlie Chaplin Film Company letterhead. With clipped article, Vanity Fair,February 1927..
Box 128, Folder 1

Bosworth, Jobart no date

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"The Nine Years' War" by Hobart Bosworth [as told to Jim Tully?]. 3 pages, typescript.
Box 36, Folder 29

Bow, Clara no date

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Biographical information, 4 items.
Box 36, Folder 30

Bow, Clara no date

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"A Girl from Brooklyn," 7 pages, typescript(carbon).
Box 36, Folder 31

Bow, Clara no date

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"Clara Bow," 19 pages (variously numbered), typescript and holograph.
Box 36, Folder 32

Bow, Clara no date

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"Clara Bow," 13 pages (variously numbered), typescript(carbon) with holograph corrections.
Box 36, Folder 33

Bow, Clara no date

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"Clara Bow," 12 pages, typescript with holograph corrections.
Box 36, Folder 34

Bow, Clara no date

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"Clara Bow," 21 pages, holograph and typescript.
Box 36, Folder 35

Bow, Clara 1932 Dec

Note

"Clara Bow," 12 pages, typescript(carbon). With clipped article, New Movie Magazine, December 1932.
Box 55, Folder 2

Bow, Clara 1930 Oct

Note

Issue of Hollywood, with "A Barbarian Redhead" by Jim Tully, pages 15, 32. With a photo of Jim Tully and Gene Buck on page 26. Box 55 is an oversize flat box, !3" x 15 x 3."
Box 36, Folder 36

Boyd, William no date

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Biographical information,1 item. Provided by Cecil B. DeMille Studios.
Box 36, Folder 37

Boyd, William no date

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"Bill Boyd," 6 pages and 2 inserts, typescript with holograph corrections.
Box 36, Folder 38

Boyd, William [1934]

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'Bill Boyd," 7 pages, typescript with holograph corrections. With clipped article,"Happy Landing!," Photoplay Magazine, March 1934.
Box 50, Folder 8

Boyd, William 1933 Nov

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"Bill Boyd" [by Jim Tully?], 10 pages, typescript.
Box 36, Folder 39

Boyer, Charles no date

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Biographical information, 4 chapters.
Box 36, Folder 40

Boyer, Charles 1937

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Biographical information from Walter Wanger Productions, with letter of transmittal from Alex Gottlieb, July 12, 1937.
Box 128, Folder 2

Brian, Mary and Carroll, Nancy no date

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Profiles by Jim Tully? Incomplete.
Box 36, Folder 41

Brown, Clarence no date

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"Clarence Brown," 15 pages, holograph.
Box 36, Folder 42

Brown, Clarence [1928]

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"Clarence Brown," 11 pages typescript with holograph corrections. With clipped article, Vanity Fair, April 1928 and 4 pages of biographical information.
Box 113, Folder 6

Brown, Clarence 1927, no date

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Biographical material about director Clarence Brown. 3 items.
Box 133, Folder 4

Brown, Clarence no date

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Galley proofs for a profile on director Clarence Brown.
Box 36, Folder 43

Brown, Joe E no date

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"Joe E. Brown," 12 pages and 2 inserts. Typescript with holograph corrections.
Box 36, Folder 44

Brown, Joe E 1936

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"Joe E. Brown," 10 pages, typescript with holograph corrections, and 9 page typescript(carbon). With photocopy of published article, "Behind That Mouth", This Week, March 29, 1936.
Box 36, Folder 45

Brown, Joe E 1935

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"Joe E. Brown," 13 pages, typescript(carbon). With clipped article, "The Valiant Joe E. Brown", Screen Play, April 1935.
Box 36, Folder 46

Brown, Joe E 1934 Nov 1

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"Joe E. Brown," 23 pages, holograph. With note, "First draft."
Box 36, Folder 47

Browning, Tod no date

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"Adventure Stuff," 3 pages, typescript with holograph corrections.
Box 48, Folder 22

Burke, Thomas no date

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"A Great Writer Discovers Himself" by Jim Tully, 18 pages with holograph corrrections.
Box 37, Folder 1

Burns, Bob 1936 Dec 8

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7 pages, typescript and holograph.
Box 37, Folder 2

Burns, Bob 1936 Dec 10

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6 pages, typescript(carbon). With photocopy of published article, "The Bazooka Man," This Week, January 31, 1936.
Box 50, Folder 9

Busch, Mae no date

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"Climbing the Reel Ladder" by Mae Busch [as told to Jim Tully], 5 pages, typescript with holograph corrections.
Box 37, Folder 3

Cagney, James no date

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Biographical information, 9 items.
Box 37, Folder 4

Cagney, James 1935

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"The Career of Cagney," 15 pages, variously numbered, holograph, and 9 page carbon copy. With clipped article, "Tough Guy," Screen Book Magazine, June 1935.
Box 37, Folder 5

Cagney, James 1935

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"James Cagney," 8 pages, typescript with holograph corrections and 9 page carbon copy. With photocopy of published article, "He Tired of Slapping Ladies " This Week, November 24, 1935.
Box 37, Folder 6

Cagney, James 1940

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"The Short Fellow Step[s] Small Guy,"Photoplay, August 1940.
Box 37, Folder 7

Cagney, James no date

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"James Cagney," 15 pages, holograph. For Modern Screen.
Box 37, Folder 8

Cagney, James 1934 Jan

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"James Cagney," 10 pages, typescript and holograph.
Box 37, Folder 9

Cagney, James no date

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Biographical information, "After Success What" by Jack Cooper, 5 pages, typescript(carbon).
Box 48, Folder 23

Cagney, James 1933 and no date

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Biographical information, 6 items. With a letter of transmittal from Bernard Williams, Warner Brothers.
Box 48, Folder 24

Cagney, James 1940 Feb 14

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"The Short Fellow Steps Out," 5 pages, typescript with holograph corrections. With note, "Photoplay, Feb. 14-40."
Box 48, Folder 25

Cagney, James 1940 Feb 14

Note

"The Short Fellow Step [sic] Out," 7 pages, typescript(carbon). With attached note, "Photoplay, Feb 14-40, Lavell, Brogan."
Box 48, Folder 26

Cagney, James 1934 May

Note

Clipped article, "What Cagney Owes His Mother," Modern Screen.
Box 53, Folder 5

Cagney, James 1936 Jun

Note

Issue of Screen Pictorial, with "He's Tired of Slapping the Ladies," pages 36-37, 58.
Box 37, Folder 10

Capra, Frank 1937 Jan

Note

Columbia Studios biography, 1 page, mimeograph.
Box 37, Folder 11

Capra, Frank 1934 Mar 3

Note

"Frank Capra," clipped article from Rob Wagner's Script.
Box 37, Folder 12

Capra, Frank no date

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"Frank Capra," 13 pages, variously numbered, holograph.
Box 37, Folder 13

Capra, Frank 1937 Mar 23

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"Frank Capra," 7 pages, variously numbered, typescript and holograph.
Box 37, Folder 14

Capra, Frank 1937 Mar 24

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"Frank Capra," by Jim Tully, final copy, 8 pages, variously numbered, typescript and holograph.
Box 37, Folder 15

Capra, Frank 1937

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"Frank Capra," 7 pages, typescript. With photocopy of published article, "Star Boss," This Week, Nov. 14, 1937.
Box 37, Folder 16

Capra, Frank no date

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Biographical information, 1 page, typescript(carbon) mounted on paper.
Box 50, Folder 10

Capra, Frank no date

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Biographical information, 1 item.
Box 37, Folder 17

Carewe, Edwin no date

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"The Lad who Ran Away," clipped article from Photoplay Magazine.
Box 37, Folder 18

Carewe, Edwin no date

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Biographical information by Tom Reed and "Chula, The Fox Comes Into His Own! "by Tom Reed.
Box 37, Folder 19

Cather, Willa no date

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"The Greatest Woman Novelist in the World," 8 pages, variously numbered, typescript and holograph. With another typescript(carbon) copy, 8 pages.
Box 37, Folder 20

Chaney, Lon 1928

Note

"Lon Chaney," 9 pages, typescript and holograph. With another typescript(carbon) copy, 8 pages and photocopy of published article, Vanity Fair, February 1928.
Box 37, Folder 21

Chaney, Lon no date

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Biographical information, 2 items, typescript.
Box 53, Folder 7

Chaplin, Charlie 1930 Aug

Note

Issue of The New Movie Magazine, with "The Unknown Charlie Chaplin," pages 50-51, 114, 118, 121.
Box 55, Folder 4

Chaplin, Charlie 1937 Jun

Note

Issue of Esquire, with "The King of Laughter (Chas. Chaplin)" by Jim Tully, pages 47, 231-235. Box 55 is an oversize flat box, !3" x 15 x 3."
Box 85, Folder 3

Chaplin, Charlie no date

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"Charlie Chaplin builds a house."
Box 85, Folder 5

Chaplin, Charlie no date

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Clipping of the article "The Unknown Charlie Chaplin" by Jim Tully which appeared in The New Movie Magazine.
Box 85, Folder 6

Chaplin, Charlie 1924 Nov

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"Charlie Chaplin's New Picture," which appeared in Screenland. Clipping.
Box 85, Folder 11

Chaplin, Charlie no date

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Clipping of the article "The Unknown Chaplin," page 1 only.
Box 85, Folder 12

Chaplin, Charlie no date

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Pages 1-95 of The Story of Chaplin by Jim Tully. Typescript with holograph corrections.
Box 85, Folder 15

Chaplin, Charlie no date

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"Charlie Chaplin's Leading Lady." Typescript of press release from Chaplin Studios re Georgia Hale.
Box 112, Folder 6

Chaplin, Charlie no date

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JT's notes and draft pages of manuscript. With letter to JT from Robert E. Sherwood regarding Chaplin's "Woman of Paris" and reader response to Sherwood's review. Includes 7 pages of JT's holograph notes outlining chronology and course of his relationship with Chaplin.
Box 112, Folder 7

Chaplin, Charlie no date

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JT's notes and draft pages of manuscripts. With JT's holograph text of telegram to Albert Boni that he is mailing complete Chaplin manuscript to Boni and carbon copy of telegram, 8 December 1924, signed Charlie Chaplin, to Thomas Burke, London, congratulating Burke on publication of his autobiography.
Box 112, Folder 8

Chaplin, Charlie 1930

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Tragic Comedian (The). Holograph and typescript partial manuscript. With letter from John Wheeler (Bell Syndicate) re JT's series on Chaplin, 23 July 1930.
Box 112, Folder 9

Chaplin, Charlie 1924-1925

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Research material clipped from newspapers and magazines re Charlie Chaplin (1 of 2).
Box 112, Folder 10

Chaplin, Charlie 1924-1925

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Research material clipped from newspapers and magazines re Charlie Chaplin (2 of 2).
Box 115, Folder 1

Chaplin, Charlie 1935 Mar 17

Note

"Can Chaplin Come Back?," 19 pages, holograph and typescript. Pages variously numbered.
Box 85, Folder 10

Chaplin, Charlie - divorce no date

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Research material - Pamphlet of Charlie Chaplin's Divorce Case.
Box 85, Folder 4

Chaplin, Charlie (about) 1924

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Research material - Clippings of articles regarding Charlie Chaplin.
Box 37, Folder 22

Chatterton, Ruth no date

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Biographical information from Paramount Studios, 7 items.
Box 37, Folder 23

Chatterton, Ruth 1935

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"Ruth Chatterton," 6 pages, typescript(carbon). With note, "King Features, July 1935, Lavelle."
Box 37, Folder 24

Chatterton, Ruth no date

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"Ruth Chatterton," 1 page [incomplete], typescript withi holograph corrections. With note, Photoplay, May 10, 1934."
Box 37, Folder 25

Chatterton, Ruth no date

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"A Miracle Woman," 14 pages, holograph.
Box 37, Folder 26

Chatterton, Ruth no date

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"The Woman Who Won,"10 pages, typescript.
Box 37, Folder 27

Chatterton, Ruth no date

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"The Lady Who Dared," 9 pages, typescript(carbon).
Box 37, Folder 28

Chatterton, Ruth 1935

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"Ruth Chatterton," 8 pages, typescript(carbon). With photocopy of published article, "She Won Fame for a Wager," Picturegoer Weekly, November 30, 1935, and 2 copies of clipped article, "Chatterton's $1000 Gamble with Fate," Screenplay, March 1936.
Box 37, Folder 29

Chatterton, Ruth no date

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"A Gift to the Microphone," 10 pages, typescript with holograph corrections. With another typescript copy, 4 pages.
Box 37, Folder 30

Chatterton, Ruth no date

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"The Greatest Siren in Hollywood," 9 pages, typescript with holograph corrections.
Box 37, Folder 31

Chevalier, Maurice 1934 Feb

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"Maurice Chevalier," 7 pages, typescript with holograph corrections. With another copy, 9 pages, typescript(carbon).
Box 37, Folder 32

Chevalier, Maurice 1933 and no date

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Biographical information, 5 items.
Box 48, Folder 27

Clifford, Ruth no date

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"Are Blondes Sexless?" by Ruth Clifford [as told to Jim Tully?], 5 pages, typescript with holograph corrections, With note, "Jim Tully, The Chaplin Studios, Hollywood, Cal."
Box 37, Folder 33

Cody, Lew no date

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"A Lover of Mountains," 5 pages, holograph.
Box 37, Folder 34

Cody, Lew no date

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"The Life Story of Lew Cody," 7 pages, with 1 page of story highlights.
Box 50, Folder 12

Cody, Lew 1924 Mar

Note

Clipped article, "Why I Stopped Playing the 'He-Vamp'" by Lew Cody [as told to Jim Tully], True Confessions, March 1924.
Box 37, Folder 35

Colbert, Claudette 1935

Note

"Claudette Colbert," 8 pages, typescript(carbon). With clipped article, "Bad Breaks Were Good for Claudette," Screen Play, May 1936.
Box 37, Folder 36

Colbert, Claudette no date

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Biographical information, 10 chapters.
Box 50, Folder 13

Collins, Cora Sue 1935 Jan 26

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Biographical information, 1 item.
Box 37, Folder 37

Colman, Ronald 1936

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"Ronald Colman," 11 pages, typescript and holograph and 2 carbon copies, 10 pages each. With photocopy of published article,"It's All Luck, " This Week, January 20, 1936.
Box 37, Folder 38

Colman, Ronald 1935 and no date

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Biographical information, 5 items.
Box 127, Folder 1

Colman, Ronald 1936 Feb 29

Note

Complete issue of Picturegoer, "The Luck of the Game" by Jim Tully, pages 8-9. Paper is extremely brittle.
Box 37, Folder 38

Compson, Betty no date

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"Betty Compson" [by Jim Tully], 17 pages, typescript and holograph.
Box 37, Folder 39

Compson, Betty no date

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"Betty Compson" [by Jim Tully], pages 1, 6-9, 11-16, & appendix, typescript with holograph corrections.
Box 50, Folder 14

Connolly, Walter 1935 Jun 1

Note

Research material, newspaper clipping from The Cincinnatti Enquirer re honorary doctorate given to Walter Connolly by Xavier University.
Box 37, Folder 40

Cooper, Gary no date

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Biographical information , 16 items.
Box 37, Folder 41

Cooper, Gary 1935

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"Gary Cooper," 8 pages, typescript with holograph corrections. With photocopy of published article, "Unspoilt by Fame, " [Screen Pictorial], no date.
Box 37, Folder 42

Cooper, Gary 1935

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"Gary Cooper," 6 pages, typescript(carbon) with holograph corrections. With clipped article, "Gary Cooper -- Still Ridin' to Town!," Motion Picture, August 1935.
Box 37, Folder 43

Cooper, Gary 1936 Jun 30

Note

"Gary Cooper," 8 pages, typescript with holograph corrections. With typescript(carbon) copy, 8 pages, 2 pages of printed text with holograph notes. With photocopy of published article, "He 'Stole' a Picture, " This Week.
Box 48, Folder 28

Cooper, Gary 1931 Aug

Note

Clipped article, "The Man from Montana" by Jim Tully, The New Movie Magazine, August 1931.
Box 37, Folder 1

Cosgrave, Luke no date

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Research material consisting of newspaper articles by and about Luke Cosgrave, with a mention of director James Cruze.
Box 37, Folder 2

Costello, Dorothy no date

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5 pages, typescript.
Box 37, Folder 3

Crawford, Joan no date

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"Joan Crawford," 6 pages, typescript(carbon) and pages, 1, 7 and 8.
Box 37, Folder 4

Crawford, Joan 1930

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"Joan Crawford," 8 pages, typescript(carbon), final copy. With photocopy of published article, "'Cinderella' Joan, "This Week.
Box 38, Folder 5

Crosby, Bing no date

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"My Hollywood Neighbor," 10 pages, typescript.
Box 38, Folder 6

Crosby, Bing 1935

Note

"He Sang for 'Gas'," 10 pages, typescript, with a carbon copy. With photocopy of published article, This Week, Dec. 29, 1935.
Box 53, Folder 8

Crosby, Bing 1934 Apr

Note

Issue of Screen Play, with "Crosby's Hat Still Fits" by Jim Tully, pages 30-31, 61-62.
Box 38, Folder 7

Cruze, James no date

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Biographical information from Paramount Studios, 3 items.
Box 38, Folder 8

Cruze, James 1924

Note

"The First American Director," 6 pages, typescript (in purple ink), another typescript copy, and carbon copy of page 1. With clipped article,"A Thousand Dollars A Day, " Classic, October 1924.
Box 38, Folder 9

Cruze, James no date

Note

Research material, "James Cruze's First Leading Part [by] Melvin M. Riddle, 3 pages, typescript(carbon). With note, "Exclusive for Photoplay."
Box 38, Folder 10

Cruze, James no date

Note

Photocopy of "James Cruze" by Jim Tully, Vanity Fair.
Box 38, Folder 11

Cruze, James 1929

Note

"The Great Dane," 10 pages, typescript(carbon). With clipped article, Liberty, April 20, 1929, and a photocopy.
Box 38, Folder 12

Cruze, James 1942

Note

"The Big Dane," 24 pages (variously numbered), typescript and holograph. With note, "Oct 8, 1942, Esquire."
Box 38, Folder 13

Cruze, James 1942

Note

"The Big Dane," 19 pages (variously numbered), typescript witih holograph corrections. With note, "Oct, 8, 1942, Esquire.
Box 38, Folder 14

Cruze, James 1942

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"The Big Dane," 18 pages, typescript with holograph corrections, with note" Nov. 19- 42, 2nd last[?]copy." With another carbon copy.
Box 38, Folder 15

Cruze, James no date

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2 pages, typescript(carbon). Pages 11and 12 of an incomplete article.
Box 55, Folder 5

Cruze, James 1943 Aug

Note

Issue of Esquire, with "The Saga of the Big Dane" by Jim Tully, page 124. Re JT's thirty year friendship with director James Cruze. Box 55 is an oversize flat box, !3" x 15 x 3."
Box 113, Folder 7

Cruze, James no date

Note

"The Principles of Directing" by James Cruze. 3 pages, typescript. Research material.
Box 38, Folder 16

Curtis, Leland no date

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"A Lover of Mountains," 5 pages, typescript(carbon) with holograph corrections. With this: 4 page holograph narrative of a hiking trip by Leland Curtis(?), written on verso of California Art Club letterhead.
Box 38, Folder 17

Davies, Marion no date

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Biographical information from M-G-M Studios, 2 items.
Box 38, Folder 18

Davies, Marion no date

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"The Daughter of a Judge," 7 pages, typescript and holograph.
Box 38, Folder 19

Davies, Marion 1934 Mar 23

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"Marion Davies," 7 pages, typescript with holograph corrections.
Box 38, Folder 20

Davies, Marion 1934

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"The Daughter of a Judge," 6 pages, typescript(carbon). With clipped article, "You Can't Fool Marion Davies," Hollywood Magazine, August 1934, and photocopy.
Box 38, Folder 21

Davis, Bette 1936 Apr 6

Note

"Bette Davis," 9 pages, typescript and holograph.
Box 38, Folder 22

Davis, Bette 1936

Note

"Bette Davis," 8 pages, typescript and holograph. With photocopy of published article, "Twice a Waitress, " This Week, July 5, 1936.
Box 113, Folder 8

Davis, Bette no date

Note

Biographical material about actress Bette Davis. 6 items.
Box 38, Folder 23

DeMille, Cecil B no date

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"A Napoleon of Shadows," 10 pages, typescript and holograph. Written on Charlie Chaplin Film Company letterhead.
Box 38, Folder 24

DeMille, Cecil B no date

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"A Napoleon of Shadows," 7 pages, typescript(carbon), with JT's address, 11744 Buena Park Drive, Hollywood, in upper left corner.
Box 38, Folder 25

DeMille, Cecil B 1926

Note

"A Napoleon of Shadows," 7 pages, typescript in purple ink. With 2 copies of clipped article, Vanity Fair, April 1926.
Box 38, Folder 26

DeMille, Cecil B no date

Note

Biographical information, 3 items.
Box 113, Folder 9

DeMille, Cecil B no date

Note

"The Dramatic in Photoplays" by Cecil B. De Mille. 3 pages, typescript. Research material.
Box 38, Folder 27

Dempsey, Jack no date

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"Jack Dempsey," 15 pages, typescript and holograph.
Box 38, Folder 28

Dempsey, Jack 1935 Sep

Note

Research material, "Defeated Victor" by George Jean Nathan, Redbook, p. 24, 25, 68.
Box 53, Folder 9

Dempsey, Jack 1931 Nov

Note

Issue of College Humor, with "The Duke of Reno" by Jim Tully, page 65.
Box 53, Folder 10

Dempsey, Jack 1937 May-Jun

Note

Issue of The All-America Sports Magazine, with "Jack Dempsey" by Jim Tully, 94-100, with holograph corrections by JT.
Box 38, Folder 29

DePutti, Lya no date

Note

"Lya De Putti," 8 pages, typescript with holograph corrections.
Box 38, Folder 30

DePutti, Lya no date

Note

"Lya De Putti," 10 pages, typescript with holograph corrections. With JT's address, Hollywood Athletic Club, in upper left corner.
Box 38, Folder 31

DePutti, Lya no date

Note

Research material, "Notes on Lya de Putti life." 2 pages, typescript. With note by JT on page 2, "Vidor, a sophisticated but not profound actress … "
Box 38, Folder 32

DePutti, Lya no date

Note

Biographical information, 5 items.
Box 86, Folder 3

Diego Rivera no date

Note

Page 1 only of a piece about Diego Rivera.
Box 38, Folder 33

Dietrich, Marlene 1938 and no date

Note

Biographical information, 5 items.
Box 38, Folder 34

Dietrich, Marlene no date

Note

Profile of Marlene Dietrich, probably not by Jim Tully, 5 pages, typescript.
Box 38, Folder 35

Dietrich, Marlene no date

Note

"Marlene Dietrich," 13 pages, holograph.
Box 38, Folder 36

Dietrich, Marlene 1937 Jul 11

Note

"Marlene Dietrich," 6 pages, typescript with holograph corrections.
Box 38, Folder 37

Dietrich, Marlene 1937 Jul 18

Note

"Marlene Dietrich," 8 pages, typescript with holograph corrections. With photocopy of published article, "She Pawned Her Fiddle," This Week, September 26, 1937.
Box 113, Folder 10

Dietrich, Marlene no date

Note

Biographical information from Paramount Studios.
Box 134, Folder 11

Dietrich, Marlene 1937

Note

7 pages, typescript with holograph corrections. With note, "Revised - mailed Aug 12- 1937."
Box 48, Folder 3

Douglas, Melvyn no date

Note

[Melvyn Douglas by Jim Tully?], 5 pages, typescript.
Box 48, Folder 29

Douglas, Melvyn no date

Note

"Down Memory Lane with Melvyn Douglas" [by Jim Tully?], 6 pages, typescript.
Box 48, Folder 30

Douglas, Melvyn no date

Note

[Melvyn Douglas by Jim Tully?], 5 pages, typescript. Article begins, 'Melvyn Douglas has a unique distinction ... "
Box 48, Folder 31

Douglas, Melvyn no date

Note

[Melvyn Douglas by Jim Tully?], 4 pages, typescript. Article begins, "The shortest distance between High Street, Columbus, Ohio … "
Box 48, Folder 32

Douglas, Melvyn no date

Note

[Melvyn Douglas by Jim Tully?], 5 pages, typescript. Article begins, "Old residents of Baxter Boulevard … "
Box 48, Folder 33

Douglas, Melvyn no date

Note

Biographical information, 1 item.
Box 38, Folder 38

Dreiser, Theodore 1926 Feb

Note

"Mr. Dreiser Writes an American Tragedy" by Jim Tully. Clipped article from The Literary Digest International Book Review, February 1926.
Box 38, Folder 39

Dresser, Louise 1928 Feb

Note

"Louise Dresser," photocopy of published article, Pictorial Review, February 1928.
Box 38, Folder 40

Dressler, Marie no date

Note

Biographical information from Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios, 5 items.
Box 38, Folder 41

Dressler, Marie no date

Note

"Bulk Without Beauty" [by Jim Tully], 18 pages, holograph and typescript.
Box 38, Folder 42

Dressler, Marie no date

Note

"Marie Dressler," 10 pages, typescript(carbon).
Box 57, Folder 1

Dressler, Marie 1936 Mar 28

Note

Issue of Picturegoer Weekly, with "Marie Dressler's Successor" by Jim Tully, pages 8- 9. Box 57 is an oversize flat box, 13" x 15".
Box 113, Folder 11

Dressler, Marie no date

Note

Biographical information from Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios.
Box 127, Folder 3

Dressler, Marie no date

Note

Biographical material from MGM Studios.
Box 131, Folder 3

Dressler, Marie no date

Note

Publicity material from MGM Studios.
Box 38, Folder 43

Duncan, Rosetta and Vivian no date

Note

Biographical information, with note"Wilson B. Heller by Helen Gurley."
Box 38, Folder 44

Dunne, Irene no date

Note

Biographical information from RKO-Radio Pictures Studios.
Box 113, Folder 13

Dunne, Irene no date

Note

Biographical information on Irene Dunne by John Peere Miles.
Box 38, Folder 45

Durante, Jimmy no date

Note

Biographical information from Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios, 2 items.
Box 38, Folder 46

Durante, Jimmy 1934 Mar 29

Note

"Jimmy Durante,'" 8 pages, typescript with holograph corrections. With clipped article, "The Nosiest Man in Hollywood," Screen Play, November 1934.
Box 38, Folder 47

Durante, Jimmy no date

Note

"The Nosiest Man in Hollywood," 8 pages, typescript(carbon) with holograph corrections. With clipped article, Screen Play, November 1934, and photocopy.
Box 38, Folder 48

Durbin, Deanna no date

Note

"Deanna Durbin," 8 pages, holograph and typescript.
Box 38, Folder 49

Durbin, Deanna 1937 Oct 9

Note

"Deanna Durbin," 6 pages, typescript(carbon). With photocopy of published article, "Fifteen … and Famous," This Week, [1937].
Box 48, Folder 34

Durbin, Deanna 1937

Note

Biographical information, 3 items.
Box 113, Folder 12

Dvorak, Ann 1931 Oct

Note

Biographical information from United Artists Studio.
Box 113, Folder 14

Fair, Elinor no date

Note

Biographical information.
Box 113, Folder 15

Fairbanks Jr., Douglas no date

Note

Biographical information by Frank Daugherty.
Box 39, Folder 1

Fields, W. C no date

Note

"'Life Begins at 20 -- by W.C. Fields" [as told to Jim Tully], 4 pages (4-7), typescript with holograph corrections.
Box 39, Folder 2

Fields, W. C 1935 Sep

Note

"Life Begins at 20 -- by W.C. Fields" [as told to Jim Tully], 7 pages, typescript and a typescript(carbon) copy. With clipped article, Motion Picture, September 1935.
Box 39, Folder 3

Fields, W. C 1934 Oct

Note

From "Over a Barrel" [by Jim Tully], 7 pages, typescript with holograph corrections and a typescript(carbon) copy. With clipped article, Esquire, October 1934.
Box 39, Folder 4

Fields, W. C 1936 May 29

Note

"Over a Barrel," 11 pages, typescript(carbon) with holograph corrections. With note, " … Out of Esquire, 1934. Lavell, May 29-36."
Box 39, Folder 5

Fields, W. C 1936 Jun 12

Note

"W.C. Fields." 7 pages, typescript with holograph corrections.
Box 39, Folder 6

Fields, W. C 1936 Jun 14

Note

"W.C. Fields," 8 pages, holograph, typescript, and typescript(carbon). With photocopy of published article, "Clowns Never Laugh," This Week, September 6, 1936.
Box 39, Folder 7

Fields, W. C 1935 Feb 5

Note

[Anecdote re W.C. Field's birth], 1 page, typescript(carbon) and 2 copies. With note, " Written for Marian Sims by W.C. Fields --Jim Tully."
Box 39, Folder 8

Fields, W. C no date

Note

"W.C. Fields is a very funny guy … " by Jim Tully or Scoop Conlon, 7 pages, typescript. With note, "Scoop: I did not look at this -- not needing it. Jim."
Box 39, Folder 9

Fields, W. C 1935 Feb 13

Note

[Autobiographical article] as told to Jim Tully(?), pages 2-13 [no page 1], typescript(carbon). With note, "Carbon Fawcett Feb 13 -35."
Box 115, Folder 2

Fields, W.C 1935

Note

"Laughing Backwards" by W.C. Fields [as told to Jim Tully]. Typescript(carbon). With note, "Sent This WEEK July 21 '35."
Box 115, Folder 3

Fields, W.C no date

Note

"Am I Laughing," chapters 1-6 of biography of W.C. Fields with short synopsis (2 pages). Typescript(carbon). Written by Frank Scully and Jim Tully.
Box 115, Folder 4

Fields, W.C 1934 Aug 12

Note

"Am I Laughing," biography of W.C. Fields. Holograph and typescript. Alternate title: Under a Swiss Bell Ringer. Written by Frank Scully and Jim Tully. With note, "Rising Sun - it sounds like the name of an Indian camp." With clipping about W.C. Fields from the Los Angeles Evening Herald and Express, 20 Jan 1936.
Box 115, Folder 5

Fields, W.C 1937

Note

"Am I Laughing," biography of W.C. Fields. 39 pages, typescript. Written by Frank Scully and Jim Tully. With clipping, LA Examiner, Louella Parsons column, noting that W.C. Fields' biography being written by Frank Scully and Jim Tully, 20 Feb 1935.
Box 115, Folder 6

Fields, W.C no date

Note

Fragments of manuscript for "Am I Laughing." Typescript with holograph corrections by JT.
Box 109, Folder 14

Fields, W.C. no date

Note

3 pages (numbered 23-25). Typescript. Partial manuscript of an article about W.C. Fields.
Box 113, Folder 16

Fields, W.C. no date

Note

'"Am I Laughing" by W.C. Fields (as told to Jim Tully if the editor desires.' 22 pages, typescript.
Box 113, Folder 17

Fields, W.C. no date

Note

'"Laughing Backward" by W.C. Fields.' [As told to Jim Tully]. 25 pages. Typescript.
Box 113, Folder 18

Fields, W.C. 1935

Note

'"Life Begins at Twenty" by W.C. Fields.' [As told to Jim Tully] 2 pages. Typescript with JT's corrections. With note, "Fawcett May 9-1935."
Box 113, Folder 19

Fields, W.C. 1934

Note

'"Over a Barrel" by W.C. Fields.' [As told to Jim Tully] 11 pages. Typescript with JT's holograph corrections. With note, "June 30, 1934 Esquire."
Box 39, Folder 10

Flynn, Errol no date

Note

"Errol Flynn," 10 pages, holograph.
Box 39, Folder 11

Flynn, Errol 1938 Oct

Note

"Errol Flynn,"7 pages (variously numbered), typescript with holograph corrections. With photocopy of published article, This Week, no date.
Box 39, Folder 12

Ford, John no date

Note

Biographical information from 20th Century Fox Studios, 4 items.
Box 39, Folder 13

Ford, Wallace no date

Note

"Wallace Ford," 5 pages, typescript(carbon).
Box 39, Folder 14

Ford, Wallace no date

Note

"Wallace Ford," 7 pages, typescript with holograph corrections.
Box 39, Folder 15

Ford, Wallace no date

Note

"Wallace Ford," 14 pages, holograph.
Box 39, Folder 16

Francis, Alex B no date

Note

Biographical information, 6 pages, typescript(carbon) and typescript.
Box 39, Folder 17

Francis, Kay 1937

Note

Biographical information from Warner Bros. Pictures Inc., 2 items, with letter of transmittal from Bernie Williams, July 28, 1937.
Box 39, Folder 18

Frazer, Robert no date

Note

"An Edison Enters" by Jim Tully, clipped article from unidentified publication, incomplete. With photocopy.
Box 39, Folder 19

Friends I Remember 1935 Apr

Note

"Friends I Remember" by Jim Tully, clipping from Column Review, incomplete. JT writes about H.L. Mencken, George Jean Nathan, Rupert Hughes.
Box 39, Folder 20

Gable, Clark no date

Note

Biographical information from Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios, 6 items.
Box 39, Folder 21

Gable, Clark no date

Note

"Clark Gable," pages 1-2, 7-10 &13, typescript(carbon) with holograph corrections. 'Life Story of Clark Gable" from Howard Strickland, edited by JT.
Box 39, Folder 22

Gable, Clark 1935 Nov

Note

"Clark Gable," 9 pages, typescript(carbon) with another copy.
Box 39, Folder 23

Gable, Clark no date

Note

"Not a Type / Clark Gable" [by Jim Tully], 14 pages holograph.
Box 39, Folder 24

Gable, Clark 1934-1935

Note

"Clark Gable," 11 pages, typescript with holograph corrections, and 1 additional page, dated November 18, 1934. With clipped article, "Clark Gable's Last Dime," Screen Play, March 1935, and photocopy.
Box 39, Folder 25

Gable, Clark 1934 Jun

Note

"This Man Gable," clipped article, Screen Play, June 1934 and photocopy.
Box 39, Folder 26

Gable, Clark 1935 May 12

Note

"Clark Gable," 10 pages, typescript with holograph corrections. With note, "This Week, May 12-35."
Box 39, Folder 27

Gable, Clark 1935 May 13

Note

"Clark Gable," 8 pages, typescript(carbon). With photocopy of published article, "He Went Places," This Week.
Box 39, Folder 28

Gable, Clark 1935 Jul 6

Note

"The Man's Man Women Like," Picturegoer Weekly, clipped article and photocopy.
Box 39, Folder 29

Gable, Clark 1937 Jun 17

Note

"The Gable Who Is Not Fable," 10 pages, typescript(carbon). With note, June 7, 1937, Cinema Art.
Box 39, Folder 30

Gable, Clark 1940 Feb 19

Note

"Where Do I Go From Here?," 17 pages, holograph and typescript.
Box 53, Folder 15

Gable, Clark 1934 Jun

Note

Issue of Screen Play, with "This Man Gable" by Jim Tully, pages 21, 76-77.
Box 53, Folder 16

Gable, Clark 1941 Jul 4

Note

Issue of Family Circle, with "Clark Gable" by Jim Tully, pages 10-11, 15-16.
Box 53, Folder 17

Gable, Clark 1931 Oct

Note

Issue of The New Movie Magazine, with "They Called Him a Failure" by Jim Tully, pages 47, 121-122.
Box 55, Folder 7

Gable, Clark 1937 Sep

Note

Issue of Cinema Arts, with "Clark Gable without Women" by Jim Tully, pages 28-29, 100. Box 55 is an oversize flat box, !3" x 15 x 3."
Box 39, Folder 31

Gallery of Men (A) no date

Note

Pages 1-2, 4-9, typescript with holograph corrections. JT writes about Hollywood personalities.
Box 39, Folder 32

Gallery of Women (A) no date

Note

8 pages, typescript with holograph corrections. JT writes about Hollywood personalities.
Box 39, Folder 33

Garbo, Greta no date

Note

Biographical information from Meto-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios, 6 items.
Box 39, Folder 34

Garbo, Greta no date

Note

Biographical information, incomplete manuscript pages and notes, 19 pages.
Box 39, Folder 35

Garbo, Greta no date

Note

Pages 2-15 (lacking page 1), typescript(carbon) with JT's holograph notes. Unclear if JT is the author.
Box 39, Folder 36

Garbo, Greta no date

Note

"A Peasant Girl From Sweden," 5 pages, typescript(carbon).
Box 39, Folder 37

Garbo, Greta 1928

Note

"Greta Garbo," 17 pages (variously numbered), typescript(with holograph corrections). With clipped article, Vanity Fair, June 1928
Box 39, Folder 38

Garbo, Greta no date

Note

"Greta Garbo," 15 pages (variously numbered), typescript and holograph.
Box 39, Folder 39

Garbo, Greta 1931

Note

"Greta Garbo,", holograph, with note "New Movie, October 17, '31."
Box 39, Folder 40

Garbo, Greta 1931

Note

"Greta Garbo," 8 pages, typescript and typescript carbon. With note, "New Movie, Oct., 1931 [and] King Features, July, 1935."
Box 39, Folder 41

Garbo, Greta 1935, 1937

Note

"Greta Garbo," 4 pages, typescript(carbon). With note, "Fawcett--August 13, 1935. Taken out for This Week - Jan 1937." With clipped article, "Garbo vs. Bergner," Screen Play, Dec. 1935 and photocopy.
Box 39, Folder 42

Garbo, Greta no date

Note

"Greta Garbo," 6 pages, holograph and typescript.
Box 39, Folder 43

Garbo, Greta 1937 Jan 13

Note

"Greta Garbo," 6 pages, typescript(carbon). With note, "Jan. 13-1937 T.W. Lavell."
Box 39, Folder 44

Garbo, Greta 1937 Jan 26

Note

"Greta Garbo," 6 pages, typescript(carbon). With note, "Revised Jan. 26-1937 for This Week."
Box 39, Folder 45

Garbo, Greta 1938 Jan 28

Note

"Greta Garbo," 6 pages, typescript(carbon). With photocopy of published article, "I Tank I Go Home," This Week, April 11, 1937.
Box 50, Folder 15

Garbo, Greta no date

Note

Biographical information from Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1 item.
Box 113, Folder 20

Garbo, Greta no date

Note

Biographical information from Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 5 items.
Box 39, Folder 46

Gaynor, Janet no date

Note

Biographical information from Fox Studios, RKO Studios, and Frances Deaner, 6 items.
Box 39, Folder 47

Gaynor, Janet no date

Note

"Janet Gaynor," 9 pages, holograph and typescript.
Box 39, Folder 48

Gaynor, Janet 1928

Note

"Janet Gaynor," 16 pages (variously numbered), holograph and typescript. With photocopy of published article, Pictorial Review, March 1928.
Box 40, Folder 1

Gaynor, Janet no date

Note

"Janet Gaynor," 11 pages, holograph and typescript.
Box 40, Folder 2

Gaynor, Janet 1935

Note

"Janet Gaynor," 9 pages, typescript(carbon). With note, "This Week Lavell - Aug 4-35 (July crossed out)."
Box 40, Folder 3

Gaynor, Janet 1935

Note

"Janet Gaynor," 5 pages, typescript(carbon). With note, "Pages used for Fawcett, 3 most interesting W in H - Sept 27-35, This Week, Aug 4 - 35, Lavelle."
Box 40, Folder 4

Gaynor, Janet 1934

Note

"A Waltz Girl in a Jazz Age," 4 pages, typescript(carbon). With clipped article, Screen Play, July 1934 and photocopy.
Box 40, Folder 5

Gaynor, Janet 1932

Note

"The Girl who is Gainer," by Jim Tully, 9 pages (variously numbered), typescript with holograph corrections. With clipped article, "How Fame Came to Janet," New Movie Magazine, April 1932 and photocopy.
Box 128, Folder 10

Gaynor, Janet 1927, no date

Note

Biographical material from studio and 1 newspaper clipping.
Box 40, Folder 6

Gibson, Wynne 1931 and no date

Note

Biographical information from Paramount Studios, 3 items.
Box 40, Folder 7

Gilbert, John 1928

Note

"John Gilbert," 8 pages, typescript with holograph corrections and 9 page carbon copy with "Jim Tully, 818 Kings Road, Hollywood, Cal." in upper left corner. With clipped article, Vanity Fair, May 1928 and photocopy.
Box 40, Folder 8

Gilbert, John no date

Note

"Jack Gilbert's Story," typescript(carbon). Unclear if JT is the author.
Box 40, Folder 9

Gilbert, John 1935 Jul

Note

"They Take It on the Chin" by Jim Tully, clipped article, Screen Book Magazine, July 1935 and photocopy. Account of the Gilbert-Tully fist fight.
Box 40, Folder 10

Gilbert, John no date

Note

Biographical information from Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 3 items.
Box 40, Folder 11

Gilbert, John no date

Note

"Almost an Actor," 15 pages, typescript with holograph corrections. With photocopy of published article, New Movie Magazine.
Box 40, Folder 12

Gilbert, John no date

Note

"Almost an Actor," 29 pages, typescript and typescript(carbon) with holograph corrections. With clipped article, New Movie Magazine.
Box 113, Folder 21

Gilbert, John no date

Note

Biographical information. Includes "Jack Gilbert Writes His Own Story" by Jack Gilbert, 52 pages, and "Ask Dad -- He Knows: John Gilbert's Father stalks out of the past to release a flood of memories" by Carolyn Dawson.
Box 40, Folder 13

Glyn, Elinor no date

Note

"An Impression of Elinor Glyn," 7 pages, typescript (purple ink) and a typescript(carbon) copy. With clipped article, "My Interview with Elinor Glyn," Haldeman-Julius Quarterly.
Box 48, Folder 35

Glyn, Elinor 1926 Feb

Note

"An Impression of Elinor Glyn," 2 pages, typescript with holograph corrections. With note, "Jim Tully, 1842 Cherokee Ave., Hollywood, Cal." With clipped article, "My Interview with Elinor Glyn," Vantiy Fair, February 1926.
Box 40, Folder 14

Gordon, Huntley no date

Note

"Married to Thirteen Women," by Jim Tully. Clipped article, [unidentified publication] and photocopy.
Box 40, Folder 15

Goudal, Jetta 1927

Note

Biographical information from DeMille Studios, 2 items. With letter of transmittal from Barrett C. Kiesling, March 11, 1927.
Box 40, Folder 16

Goudal, Jetta no date

Note

6 pages, typescript. By JT?
Box 130, Folder 2

Green, Al no date

Note

"The Extra Pirate" by Jim Tully. Clipped article from Photoplay magazine.
Box 40, Folder 17

Green, Alfred E 1929

Note

"The Extra Pirate," 5 pages, typescript with holograph corrections. With note, "Classic(?), sent April 6, 29."
Box 50, Folder 16

Greene, Richard no date

Note

Biographical information, primarily from 20th Century-Fox, 21 items.
Box 40, Folder 18

Griffith, D. W 1926

Note

"David Wark Griffith," 10 pages, typescript with holograph corrections. With clipped article, Vanity Fair, November 1926.
Box 40, Folder 19

Griffith, Raymond 1925 Mar 13

Note

Biographical material from Paramount Studios, incomplete.
Box 40, Folder 20

Griffith, Raymond no date

Note

"The Life Story of Raymond Griffith," 5 pages, typescript with holograph corrections.
Box 40, Folder 21

Hamsun, Knut no date

Note

"Knut Hamsun," 12 pages, typescript(carbon).
Box 40, Folder 22

Harding, Ann 1931, 1934

Note

Biographical information from RKO Studios, 2 items.
Box 40, Folder 22

Harding, Ann no date

Note

"Ann Harding," 11 pages, holograph and typescript.
Box 40, Folder 23

Harding, Ann 1935

Note

"Ann Harding," 8 pages, typescript(carbon) with holograph corrections. With note, "Second version, Jan. 6-35, Meloney, Lavell."
Box 40, Folder 24

Harding, Ann 1935

Note

"Ann Harding," 9 pages, typescript(carbon). With note, "TW - Dec 13-35, Lavell."
Box 40, Folder 25

Harding, Ann 1936

Note

"Ann Harding," 10 pages, typescript with holograph corrections. With note, "For This Week, Feb 1-36." With photocopy of published article.
Box 40, Folder 25

Harlow, Jean 1938 Mar

Note

Clipped article and cover, "Is Jean Harlow Dead? Her Mother Says No!", Modern Romances, vol. 15, no. 4.
Box 40, Folder 26

Harlow, Jean 1938 Apr

Note

Clipped article and photocoopy, "Is Jean Harlow Dead? Her Mother Says No!", Modern Romances, vol. 15, no. 5.
Box 40, Folder 27

Harlow, Jean 1936,no date

Note

Biographical information, 3 items, including a life story from Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer.
Box 40, Folder 28

Harlow, Jean no date

Note

[Jean Harlow as told to Jim Tully], 9 pages (variously numbered), typescript.
Box 40, Folder 29

Harlow, Jean 1934 Feb

Note

"Men Who Have Made Love To Me as told to Jim Tully by Jean Harlow", 5 pages, typescript with holograph corrections.
Box 40, Folder 30

Harlow, Jean 1935

Note

"Jean Harlow," 8 pages, typescript(carbon). With note, "L. Rec'd - Fawcett, Mar 2-35. with K-Ti lect 16."
Box 40, Folder 31

Harlow, Jean no date

Note

"Jean Harlow," 13 pages, holograph and typescript.
Box 40, Folder 32

Harlow, Jean 1935

Note

"Jean Harlow," 8 pages, typescript(carbon). With note, "King Features, Lavell, Oct 31- 35." With another typescript(carbon) copy, with note, "K.T. Lavell, Oct 16-35."
Box 40, Folder 33

Harlow, Jean no date

Note

"Jean Harlow," 7 pages, typescript and holograph. With photocopy of published article, "Hollywood's White-Haired Girl," This Week.
Box 40, Folder 34

Harlow, Jean 1936

Note

"Jean Harlow," 8 pages, typescript and holograph. With note, "2nd last copy, May 27- 36."
Box 40, Folder 35

Harlow, Jean 1936

Note

"Jean Harlow," 7 pages, typescript(carbon). With note, "Meloney, Lavell, May 29-36."
Box 40, Folder 36

Hart, William S 1924

Note

Clipped article and photocopy, "When Bill Hart Showed Sand" by Jim Tully, Triple-X, Oct 1924.
Box 40, Folder 37

Hatton, Raymond no date

Note

Clipped article and photocopy, "The Faith of One Woman" by Jim Tully, Classic, no date.
Box 50, Folder 17

Hearst, William Randolph ca. 1934

Note

Clippings re William Randolph Hearst, 3 items and 1 fragment.
Box 50, Folder 18

Henie, Sonja no date

Note

Biographical information, primarily from 20th Century-Fox, 21 items.
Box 40, Folder 38

Hepburn, Katharine 1932, no date

Note

Biographical information, some from RKO Studios, 4 items.
Box 40, Folder 39

Hersholt, Jean no date

Note

Biographical information, some from Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios, 8 items.
Box 40, Folder 40

Hersholt, Jean 1936 Dec 11

Note

"Jean Hersholt," 7 pages, typescript and holograph.
Box 40, Folder 41

Hersholt, Jean 1936 Dec 15

Note

"Jean Hersholt," 7 pages, typescript(carbon).
Box 40, Folder 42

Hersholt, Jean 1937

Note

3 pages [4-6] only, typescript(carbon). With note, "Removed from article for This Week (new pages added to article, 1/12/37)"
Box 50, Folder 19

Hersholt, Jean 1942 Sep 18

Note

Research material, clipped article, "The Quints Go Home! By Lillian Barker, The Family Circle, September 18, 1942.
Box 127, Folder 4

Hidalgo, Luis 1931, 1932, no date

Note

Research material including gallery and museum catalogs, and photographs of his work.
Box 40, Folder 43

Holt, Jack no date

Note

Clipped article and photocopy, "The Toss of a Coin" by Jim Tully, unidentied publication.
Box 41, Folder 1

Home Is The Actor 1942

Note

7 pages, typescript and holograph. With note, "Nov. 11-1942 - Script." With program for Dedication Ceremonies, Motion Picture Country Home, Woodland Hills, Calif.
Box 128, Folder 3

Howard, Keble no date

Note

Research material. Extract from "My Motley Life" by Keble Howard.
Box 41, Folder 2

Howard, Leslie no date

Note

Biographical information from Warner Brothers, 3 items.
Box 50, Folder 20

Howard, Leslie 1935 and no date

Note

Biographical information, 4 items.
Box 50, Folder 21

Howard, Marion 1923 Oct

Note

Clipped article, "The Indiana Tiger Lily" by Marion Howard [as told to Jim Tully?], True Confessions, October 1923.
Box 41, Folder 3

Howard, William K no date

Note

Biographical information from Paramount Studios, 2 items.
Box 41, Folder 4

Hoyt, Vance no date

Note

"Vance Hoyt," 2 pages, typescript with holograph corrections. Written for Rob Wagner's Script.
Box 41, Folder 5

Hughes, Rupert no date

Note

Biographical information, 2 items.
Box 41, Folder 6

Hughes, Rupert no date

Note

"Rupert Hughes the Man," 3 pages, typescript(carbon). With published newspaper clipping, "Rupert Hughes Versatile Man," (publication unidentified) and photcopy.
Box 41, Folder 7

Hughes, Rupert 1924

Note

Clipping and photocopy of "Rupert Hughes Stages Burr and Betty Jumel" by Jim Tully, The Literary Digest International Book Review, September 1924.
Box 41, Folder 8

Hughes, Rupert no date

Note

"Two Thousand Rejection Slips," 8 pages, typescript(carbon) and another copy.
Box 41, Folder 9

Hughes, Rupert no date

Note

"The Wittiest Man in America," 1 page, typescript.
Box 50, Folder 22

Hughes, Rupert no date

Note

Biographical information, 2 items.
Box 50, Folder 23

Hughes, Rupert no date

Note

"The Life Story of Rupert Hughes [by Jim Tully?], 3 pages, typescript with holograph corrections.
Box 41, Folder 10

Huston, Walter no date

Note

Biographical information, 17 items.
Box 41, Folder 11

Huston, Walter 1936

Note

"Walter Huston," 7 pages, typescript(carbon). With photocopy of published article, "He Was Blacklisted," This Week, January 3, 1937.
Box 41, Folder 12

Huston, Walter no date

Note

7 pages (2-8), holograph and typescript.
Box 41, Folder 13

Huston, Walter no date

Note

13 pages, holograph and typescript. With clipped article, "He Shook Hands With Hunger," New Movie Magazine, and photcopy.
Box 41, Folder 14

Hyams, Leila no date

Note

Biographical information, 2 items.
Box 41, Folder 15

James, Gardner no date

Note

"Brief sketch of Garder James", 2 pages, with note, "Dear Jim, Here is the dope on Gardner James, Thanks, Norman L. Sper."
Box 41, Folder 16

Jannings, Emil 1927

Note

Clipped article, "Emil Jannings" by Jim Tully, Vanity Fair, November 1927, and photocopy.
Box 41, Folder 17

Jannings, Emil 1927, no date

Note

Biographical information, 8 items, including a letter of transmittal from W.M.Henius (secretary to Emil Jannings), April 30th, 1927.
Box 48, Folder 36

Jones, Allan no date

Note

Biographical information, 2 items.
Box 50, Folder 24

Jones, Buck no date

Note

Biographical information, 2 items, typescript. Both articles are by Scoop Conlon.
Box 50, Folder 25

Jones, Buck no date

Note

"The Top Rider" by Jim Tully, 5 pages, typescript with holograph corrections.
Box 41, Folder 18

Karloff, Boris 1932 Sep

Note

"Boris Karloff," 12 pages, typescript with holograph corrections.
Box 41, Folder 19

Karloff, Boris 1932

Note

"Boris Karloff," 10 pages, typescript(carbon). With clipped article, "Alias the Monster" by Jim Tully, New Movie Magazine, September 1932 and photocopy.
Box 50, Folder 26

Karloff, Boris 1935 and no date

Note

Biographical information, 2 items. With an undated letter to JT, signed "L" re Boris Karloff and a review of "The Raven."
Box 54, Folder 3

Karloff, Boris 1932 Sep

Note

Issue of The New Movie Magazine, with ""Alias the Monster" by Jim Tully, pages 24-25, 99-101.
Box 41, Folder 20

Keenan, Frank no date

Note

"The First American Actor" by Jim Tully, 3 pages, typescript(carbon).
Box 81, Folder 3

King of Laughter (re Charlie Chaplin) no date

Note

Illustrations.
Box 81, Folder 4

King of Laughter (re Charlie Chaplin) no date

Note

Chapter 19. Typescript with holograph corrections.
Box 81, Folder 5

King of Laughter (re Charlie Chaplin) no date

Note

Outline notes. Typescript and holograph.
Box 81, Folder 6

King of Laughter (re Charlie Chaplin) no date

Note

Page 1. Typescript.
Box 81, Folder 7

King of Laughter (re Charlie Chaplin) no date

Note

Pages 185-199. Typescript with holograph corrections.
Box 81, Folder 8

King of Laughter (re Charlie Chaplin) no date

Note

Chapter 18. Typescript with holograph corrections.
Box 81, Folder 9

King of Laughter (re Charlie Chaplin) no date

Note

Chapters 2-5. Holograph and typescript.
Box 81, Folder 10

King of Laughter (re Charlie Chaplin) 1940 Jan 10

Note

Second version. Typescript(carbon). Missing Chapter 14. Folder 1 of 2 .
Box 81, Folder 11

King of Laughter (re Charlie Chaplin) 1940 Jan 22

Note

Second copy. Typescript and holograph. Missing some chapters. Folder 2 of 2.
Box 81, Folder 12

King of Laughter (re Charlie Chaplin) no date

Note

Various pages. Typescript with holograph corrections.
Box 81, Folder 13

King of Laughter (re Charlie Chaplin) 1940 Jan 10

Note

Second revision. Typescript with holograph corrections.
Box 81, Folder 13

King of Laughter (re Charlie Chaplin) 1940 Jan 10

Note

Second sent copy. Typescript with holograph corrections.
Box 82, Folder 1

King of Laughter (re Charlie Chaplin) no date

Note

Chapters 1-30. Typescript.
Box 82, Folder 2

King of Laughter (re Charlie Chaplin) no date

Note

Chapters 1-28. Typescript(carbon).
Box 82, Folder 3

King of Laughter (re Charlie Chaplin) no date

Note

Various pages and chapters. Typescript, typescript(carbon) and holograph. With clippings of articles about Chaplin by JT from Screen Pictorial, The New Movie Magazine and an unidentified publication.
Box 82, Folder 4

King of Laughter (re Charlie Chaplin) no date

Note

Chapters 21-24 and 26-29. Typescript(carbon).
Box 82, Folder 5

King of Laughter (re Charlie Chaplin) no date

Note

Pages 1-188. Typescript and typescript(carbon).
Box 133, Folder 7

King of Laughter (re Charlie Chaplin) no date

Note

Various chapters.
Box 113, Folder 23

King, Basil no date

Note

Biographical information from Goldwyn Studios, and an article "A Glance in the Future" by Basil King.
Box 122, Folder 10

Lad Who Ran Away (The) no date

Note

7 pages, typescript. Re Jack London and Edwin Carewe.
Box 41, Folder 21

Laemmle, Carl, Jr no date

Note

Biographical information, 2 items.
Box 41, Folder 22

Laemmle, Carl, Jr no date

Note

"Carl Laemmle, Jr." by Who?, 8 pages, typescript with holograph corrections.
Box 41, Folder 23

Laemmle, Carl, Jr no date

Note

"Carl Laemmle, Jr.: by-----? 7 pages, typescript(carbon).
Box 41, Folder 24

Laemmle, Carl, Jr no date

Note

"The Son of His Father," 5 pages, typescript. With clipped article, "The Triumph of Junior," Hollywood Magazine, no date and photocopy.
Box 41, Folder 25

Langdon, Harry no date

Note

Biographical information, 1 item.
Box 41, Folder 26

LaPlante, Laura 1928

Note

"Laura La Plante," 12 pages (variously numbered), typescript and holograph. With clipped article, Vanity Fair, January 1928, and photocopy.
Box 41, Folder 27

Laughton, Charles 1934-1935

Note

Biographical information from Scoop Conlon, 1 item, and newspaper and magazine clippings.
Box 41, Folder 28

Laughton, Charles 1935 Jul

Note

Clipped article, "Living with Charles Laughton" as told to June Head, Screen Pictorial.
Box 41, Folder 29

Laughton, Charles 1935 Nov

Note

Clipped article, "The Private Life of Charles Laughton" by Jim Tully, Screen Play, 2 copies and 2 photocopies.
Box 41, Folder 30

Laughton, Charles 1935

Note

"Charles Laughton," 10 pages, typescript(carbon) and holograph and 8 page typescript(carbon) copy with note, "This Week, Lavell, Sep 21-35." With photocopy of published article, "A Lover At Last!," This Week.
Box 48, Folder 37

Lederer, Francis 1933 Nov

Note

Biographical information, 1 item, with letter of transmittal from Perry Lieber, RKO Studios.
Box 41, Folder 31

Lee, Rowland V 1933 Aug 13

Note

"Rowland V. Lee," 3 pages, typescript with holograph corrections. With note, "Rob and [ ] choose your title,"
Box 41, Folder 32

Leigh, Magda 1924 Jun

Note

Clipped article, "The Only Woman Writer of Sea Stories" by Jim Tully, Classic, and photocopy.
Box 41, Folder 33

Leigh, Magda 1924 Aug

Note

Clipped article, "A Woman of the Sea" by Jim Tully, Story World, 2 copies and a photocopy.
Box 41, Folder 34

Lewis, Sinclair no date

Note

"The Jitterbug of Letters," 6 pages, typescript and holograph. With note, "For Chas Grayson's forthcoming book."
Box 41, Folder 35

Lewis, Sinclair 1941 Jun

Note

"Sinclair Lewis - The Jitterbug of Letters" by Jim Tully, 3 pages, typescript, June 3 1941. With 3 page typescript(carbon) copy, With note, "For Charles Grayson's forthcoming book, June 1941."
Box 81, Folder 1

Life of Chaplin no date

Note

Chapter 19. Typescript with holograph corrections. Re Charlie Chaplin.
Box 81, Folder 2

Life of Chaplin no date

Note

Quote from Charlie Chaplin by Jim Tully.
Box 50, Folder 27

Lindsey, Ben B. (Judge) 1930, 1933, and no date

Note

Research material, newsclippings re Judge Ben Lindsey.
Box 85, Folder 7

Little Genius (The) no date

Note

Typescript. Re Charlie Chaplin.
Box 41, Folder 36

Lombard, Carole 1937 May 11

Note

"Carole Lombard," by Jim Tully, 15 pages, holograph.
Box 41, Folder 37

Lombard, Carole 1937 May 12

Note

"Carole Lombard," 8 pages, typescript and holograph.
Box 41, Folder 38

Lombard, Carole 1937 and no date

Note

Biographical information, Paramount Studios, 7 items.
Box 41, Folder 38

Lombard, Carole 1937 May 22

Note

"Carole Lombard," 7 pages, typescript with holograph corrections. With note, "Revised first two pages for T.W. May 22/37." With photocopy of published article, "She Got Her Number!," This Week, August 29, 1937.
Box 41, Folder 40

London, Jack 1934 Jun 28

Note

"Jack London," 15 pages, typescript with holograph corrections.
Box 41, Folder 41

London, Jack 1934 Jun 30

Note

"Jack London," 16 pages, typescript with holograph corrections. With note, "First copy."
Box 41, Folder 42

London, Jack no date

Note

"Jack London," 11 pages, typescript and holograph.
Box 41, Folder 43

London, Jack no date

Note

"Jack London," 9 pages, typescript, with a 9 page typescript(carbon) copy.
Box 41, Folder 44

London, Jack no date

Note

"Jack London," 13 pages, typescript(carbon).
Box 42, Folder 1

London, Jack no date

Note

"The Lad Who Ran Away" by Jim Tully, 7 pages, typescript. About Jack London and Edwin Carewe riding freight trains.
Box 42, Folder 2

London, Jack 1923 Jun

Note

Clipped article, "The Baffled Greatness of Jack London" by Jim Tully, Literary Digest International Book Review and photocopy.
Box 42, Folder 3

London, Jack 1925 Feb

Note

"The Failure of Jack London" by Jim Tully, 1 page only, typescript. With clipped article, Story World, 4 copies and 1 photocopy.
Box 42, Folder 4

London, Jack 1925 Apr

Note

"Jack London's Star Rover" by Jim Tully, 8 pages, typescript(carbon). With clipped article, Literary Digest International Book Review, and photocopy. Review of The Twenty-Fifth Man by Ed Morrell.
Box 84, Folder 16

Loneliest Man in Hollywood (The) re Charlie Chaplin no date

Note

Clipping of the article "The Loneliest Man in Hollywood" by Jim Tully.
Box 85, Folder 16

Loneliest Man in Hollywood (The) re Charlie Chaplin no date

Note

Clipping of Jim Tully's article, publication unknown.
Box 42, Folder 5

Lorre, Peter no date

Note

"The Man with the Naked Face" by Jim Tully, 10 pages, typescript. With manuscript note, signed MB.
Box 50, Folder 28

Lorre, Peter no date

Note

Biographical information, 1 item.
Box 42, Folder 9

Love Thy Neigbor 1935 Jun

Note

Clipped article by Jim Tully re Hollywood romances, Royal Screen Pictorial, and photocopy.
Box 42, Folder 6

Love, Bessie no date

Note

2 pages, typescript.
Box 42, Folder 7

Love, Bessie no date

Note

"Bessie Love,"2 pages, typescript with holograph corrections.
Box 42, Folder 8

Love, Bessie no date

Note

Biographical information from Paramount Studios, 1 item.
Box 42, Folder 10

Loy, Myrna no date

Note

Clipped article, "Myrna Loy - From Asia to America in 100 Reels" by Alva Johnston, drawing by Hans Flato.
Box 42, Folder 11

Loy, Myrna 1937 Mar 16

Note

"Myrna Loy," 9 pages, typescript and holograph. With 2 photocopies of published article, "You Wouldn't Know Her," This Week, June 27, 1937.
Box 50, Folder 29

Loy, Myrna no date

Note

Biographical information, 1 item and clipped article, "Lovely, Lazy, Loy!" by Jimm Starr, Screen Play, no date.
Box 42, Folder 12

Lubitsch, Ernst 1926

Note

Biographical information from Warner Bros., 4 items, with letter of transmittal from Hal Wallis, May 10, 1926.
Box 42, Folder 13

Lubitsch, Ernst 1926

Note

"Ernst Lubitsch," pages, typescript with holograph corrections. With clipped article, Vanity Fair, December 1926 and photocopy.
Box 42, Folder 14

Lubitsch, Ernst 1925 Oct

Note

Clipped article, "The Man Who discovered Pola Negri," unsigned article, The Picturegoer And The Theatre, and photocopy.
Box 42, Folder 15

MacDonald, Jeanette no date

Note

"Jeanette MacDonald," 5 pages, holograph and typescript.
Box 42, Folder 16

MacDonald, Jeanette 1938 Feb 28

Note

"Jeanette MacDonald," 8 pages, typescript with holograph corrections.
Box 42, Folder 17

MacDonald, Jeanette no date

Note

"Jeanette MacDonald," 9 pages, typescript(carbon).
Box 42, Folder 18

MacDonald, Jeanette no date

Note

"Jeanette MacDonald," 7 pages, holograph and typescript.
Box 42, Folder 19

MacDonald, Jeanette no date

Note

"Jeanette MacDonald," by Jim Tully, 6 pages, typescript and holograph.
Box 50, Folder 30

MacDonald, Jeanette no date

Note

Biographical information, 5 items.
Box 126, Folder 6

Macgowan, Kenneth no date

Note

Biographical information from 20th Century Fox.
Box 42, Folder 35

Magic Lantern People (The) no date

Note

By Jim Tully, 6 pages [missing page 5], typescript with holograph corrections. Article about Hollywood, written on verso of Charlie Chaplin Film Company letterhead.
Box 42, Folder 36

March, Fredric no date

Note

Biographical information, 2 items.
Box 42, Folder 37

March, Fredric 1935

Note

"Frederic [sic] March," 7 pages, typescript(carbon). With note, "Lavell Fawcett July 31- 35."
Box 42, Folder 38

March, Fredric 1935

Note

"Frederic [sic] March," 10 pages, typescript(carbon). With clipped article, "Jim Tully Reveals Real Fredric March," Motion Picture, December 1935, and photocopy.
Box 42, Folder 39

March, Fredric 1936

Note

"Fredric March," 10 pages, typescript and holograph. With note, "Not final … Phone CR 5111 Milt Howard - and find out how first name is spelled."
Box 42, Folder 40

March, Fredric no date

Note

"Fredric March," , 9 pages (variously numbered), typescript and holograph.
Box 42, Folder 41

March, Fredric 1936

Note

"Fredric March," 9 pages, typescript(carbon). With note note, "TW Lavell Feb 21-36." With photocopy of published article, "Bank President or Actor?," This Week.
Box 42, Folder 42

Marion, Frances 1927

Note

"Frances Marion," 6 pages, typescript with holograph corrections. With clipped article, Vanity Fair, January 1927, and photocopy.
Box 50, Folder 31

Marion, Frances no date

Note

Biographical information, 2 items and clipped article, "A Girl Who Has Won Fame and Fortune Writing Scenarios" by Mary B. Mullett, The American Magazine, no date.
Box 42, Folder 43

Mathis, June 192_ Nov

Note

Clipped article, "June Mathis' Struggle" by Jim Tully, Story World, and photocopy.
Box 42, Folder 44

May, Doris no date

Note

Clipped article, "Doris May's Seven Rivals in Love" [by Jim Tully?], Classic, and photocopy.
Box 42, Folder 20

McKee, Raymond no date

Note

Biographical information, 1 item.
Box 42, Folder 21

McLaglen, Victor 1935 Jun

Note

"Victor McLaglen," 5 fragments of pages.
Box 42, Folder 22

McLaglen, Victor 1935 Oct

Note

Clipped article, "The Adventures of Victor McLaglen" by Jim Tully, Screen Play, and photocopy.
Box 42, Folder 23

McLaglen, Victor 1936

Note

"Victor McLaglen,"6 pages, typescript(carbon) with note, "This Week, Lavell - Jan 10, 36." With 2 photocopies of published article, "Hard-Boiled McLaglen," This Week.
Box 42, Folder 24

McLaglen, Victor 1937

Note

"Victor McLaglen," 13 pages, typescript(carbon) and holograph. With note, "Jan 6-37, Cinema Arts July '37, Globe - Aug 20-38."
Box 42, Folder 25

McLaglen, Victor no date

Note

"Victor McLaglen," 12 pages, typescript.
Box 42, Folder 26

McLaglen, Victor no date

Note

"McLaglen," 3 pages, typescript.
Box 42, Folder 27

McLaglen, Victor no date

Note

"Victor McLaglen," 10 pages, typescript.
Box 42, Folder 28

McLaglen, Victor no date

Note

4 pages (4-7), typescript. Partial story re Victor McLaglen.
Box 42, Folder 29

McLaglen, Victor 1934 Jun

Note

Clipped article, "A Whale of a Man" by Jim Tully, Photoplay Magazine, with photocopy.
Box 42, Folder 30

McLaglen, Victor no date

Note

"Victor McLaglen," 9 pages, holograph.
Box 42, Folder 31

McLaglen, Victor 1931

Note

"A Much Traveled Man," 15 pages (variously numbered), typescript with holograph corrections. With note, "C. Arts, July 1931."
Box 42, Folder 32

McLaglen, Victor no date

Note

"A Much Traveled Man," 12 pages, typescript(carbon).
Box 54, Folder 5

McLaglen, Victor 1932 Jun

Note

Issue of The New Movie Magazine, with "A Whale of a Man" by Jim Tully, pages 26-27, 88-90.
Box 54, Folder 6

McLaglen, Victor 1935 Oct

Note

Issue of Screen Pictorial, with "McLaglen Becomes a Great Actor" by Jim Tully, pages 24-25, 61.
Box 122, Folder 12

McLaglen, Victor no date

Note

Publicity material and biographical material.
Box 42, Folder 33

McPherson, Aimee Semple 1929

Note

"The Mystery of Aimee McPherson," 4 pages, holograph. With clipped article, Liberty, January 12, 1929 and photocopy.
Box 42, Folder 34

McPherson, Jeanie [Macpherson, Jeanie] 1924 Jul

Note

Clipped article, "Meet Jeanie Macpherson" by Jim Tully, Story World, and photcopy. Incomplete.
Box 42, Folder 45

Mencken, H. L no date

Note

2 pages, typescript with holograph corrections.
Box 42, Folder 46

Mencken, H. L 1935

Note

2 pages [incomplete], holograph. With clipped article, "The Magnificent Loafer," Rob Wagner's Script, February 2, 1935 and cover.
Box 42, Folder 47

Mencken, H. L no date

Note

5 pages, typescript with holograph corrections. Written for Walter Winchell's column?
Box 42, Folder 48

Mencken, H. L 1937 Apr 23

Note

'H. L. Mencken," 11 pages (variously numbered), typescript with holograph corrections.
Box 42, Folder 49

Mencken, H. L 1927 Oct

Note

"H.L. Mencken," 25 pages (2 page 8s), typescript and holograph. With clipped article, College Humor, and photocopy.
Box 42, Folder 50

Mencken, H. L 1942 Nov 25

Note

"The Wings of Angels" [by Jim Tully], 15 pages (variously numbered), typescript with holograph corrections.
Box 42, Folder 51

Mencken, H. L 1937 Dec 16

Note

"H. L. Mencken," 1 page only, typescript and holograph.
Box 42, Folder 52

Mencken, H. L 1937 Dec 28

Note

"H. L. Mencken," 20 pages, typescript and typescript(carbon).
Box 42, Folder 53

Mencken, H. L no date

Note

"H. L. Mencken," 10 pages (1, 14-22), typescript with holograph corrections.
Box 42, Folder 54

Mencken, H. L 1938 Jan 2

Note

"H. L. Mencken," 19 pages, typescript and holograph. With note, "Next to final copy … "
Box 127, Folder 33

Mencken, H.L no date

Note

"The Great Liberator." 2 pages, typescript(carbon).
Box 128, Folder 11

Mencken, H.L 1927 Oct

Note

11 pages, typescript with holograph corrections. With note, "Sept 16-42."
Box 43, Folder 1

Menjou, Adolphe 1930, no date

Note

Biographical information, primarily from Paramount Studios, 8 items.
Box 43, Folder 2

Menjou, Adolphe no date

Note

"Adolphe Menjou," 16 pages, holograph.
Box 43, Folder 3

Menjou, Adolphe no date

Note

"Adolphe Menjou," 16 pages (variously numbered), typescript and holograph.
Box 43, Folder 4

Menjou, Adolphe no date

Note

"Adolphe Menjou," 5 pages, typescript(carbon).
Box 43, Folder 5

Menjou, Adolphe 1937

Note

"Adolphe Menjou," 10 pages, holograph. With note, "1st copy, TW, Oct 16-37."
Box 43, Folder 6

Menjou, Adolphe 1937 Oct 22

Note

"Adolphe Menjou," 9 pages (variously numbered), typescript,holograph, and typescript(carbon). With photocopy of published article, "He Needed a Shave!," This Week, March 13, 1938.
Box 43, Folder 7

Menjou, Adolphe 1924 Aug

Note

Clipped article, "Menjou and the Missus" by Jim Tully, Screenland, and photocopy.
Box 43, Folder 8

Menjou, Adolphe 1928 Mar

Note

Clipped article, "Adolphe Menjou" by Jim Tully, Vanity Fair, and photocopy.
Box 54, Folder 7

Menjou, Adolphe 1932 May

Note

Issue of The New Movie Magazine, with "Why Adolphe Menjou Refuses to be a Star" by Jim Tully, pages 50-51, 99-100.
Box 113, Folder 24

Menjou, Adolphe no date

Note

Biographical information.
Box 127, Folder 5

Menjou, Adolphe no date

Note

"The Smiling Sophisticate …", 1 page, typescript.
Box 43, Folder 9

Mercer, Beryl no date

Note

Biographical information, 1 item.
Box 43, Folder 10

Milestone, Lewis no date

Note

Biographical information, 3 items.
Box 43, Folder 11

Milestone, Lewis no date

Note

"Lewis Milestone" [by Jim Tully], 5 pages, typescript.
Box 43, Folder 12

Milestone, Lewis no date

Note

"A Russian Runaway" by Jim Tully, 16 pages, holograph.
Box 130, Folder 4

Miller, Patsy Ruth 1924 Mar

Note

"the Oldest Soul & Yet the Youngest" by Jim Tully. Clipped article from Cinema Review.
Box 50, Folder 32

Missouri Fox Hounds no date

Note

Material on animals used at MGM, 1 page, typescript(carbon).
Box 43, Folder 13

Mix, Tom no date

Note

Biographical information from Universal Studios, 1 item.
Box 43, Folder 14

Mix, Tom no date

Note

"Mix-ing with Will Rogers," 17 pages (variously numbered), typescript and holograph. Article about Tom Mix and Will Rogers.
Box 43, Folder 15

Mix, Tom no date

Note

"Mix-ing with Will Rogers," 15 pages, typescript(carbon).
Box 43, Folder 16

Mix, Tom no date

Note

"Mix-ing with Will Rogers," 13 pages, holograph and typescript.
Box 50, Folder 33

Mix, Tom no date

Note

[Tom Mix by Jim Tully?], 5 pages, typescript.
Box 43, Folder 17

Mizner, Wilson no date

Note

"The Happiest Man in the World," 9 pages, typescript and holograph. With 6 page carbon copy.
Box 43, Folder 18

Mizner, Wilson no date

Note

"A Sad Man of Wit", 6 pages, typescript(carbon).
Box 54, Folder 8

Mizner, Wilson 1944 Jan

Note

Issue of The Magazine Encore, with "Wilson Mizner" by Jim Tully, pages 27-31. "From the essay of the same name in A Dozen and One [1943]."
Box 127, Folder 12

Mizner, Wilson no date

Note

"A California Playboy" by Jim Tully. 21 pages, variously numbered.
Box 127, Folder 13

Mizner, Wilson 1937 Jan 14

Note

"A California Playboy" by Jim Tully. 20 pages. With note, "Rewritten Jan 14-37."
Box 127, Folder 14

Mizner, Wilson no date

Note

2 typescript copies.
Box 127, Folder 24

Mizner, Wilson no date

Note

Incomplete.
Box 127, Folder 25

Mizner, Wilson no date

Note

14 pages, holograph.
Box 127, Folder 26

Mizner, Wilson no date

Note

31 pages, typescript and holograph.
Box 127, Folder 27

Mizner, Wilson no date

Note

"The Wittiest Man in the World" by Jim Tully. 9 pages, typescript. With holograph note, "carbon for Real America."
Box 127, Folder 28

Mizner, Wilson no date

Note

"A Sad Man of Wit." 6 pages, typescript with holograph corrections. With a variant copy.
Box 127, Folder 29

Mizner, Wilson 1933 May 9

Note

5 pages, typescript. With holograph note, "Last copy."
Box 127, Folder 30

Mizner, Wilson no date

Note

13 pages, typescript(carbon). On yellow paper, with holograph note, "carbon for S. Rose."
Box 127, Folder 31

Mizner, Wilson no date

Note

"Eulogy for Wilson Mizner." 8 pages, typescript and holograph.
Box 127, Folder 32

Mizner, Wilson no date

Note

Notes.
Box 128, Folder 7

Mizner, Wilson no date

Note

Research material. Extract from "Addison's book."
Box 128, Folder 12

Mizner, Wilson 1936 Nov 26

Note

"Wittiest Man in the World." 3 pages, typescript.
Box 128, Folder 13

Mizner, Wilson no date

Note

Biographical information and portions of an article.
Box 43, Folder 19

Modesty in Hollywood no date

Note

"Modesty in Hollywood" [by Jim Tully]. 14 pages, holograph. Original title: The Heroes of Hollywood.
Box 43, Folder 20

Modesty in Hollywood no date

Note

"Modesty in Hollywood" [by Jim Tully]. 7 pages, typescript(carbon).
Box 50, Folder 34

Mogul, Gale no date

Note

Biographical information, 1 item.
Box 43, Folder 21

Moley, Raymond 1933 Dec 3

Note

"Raymond Moley," 3 pages, typescript with holograph corrections.
Box 43, Folder 22

Montgomery, Robert no date

Note

Biographical information, 6 items.
Box 43, Folder 23

Montgomery, Robert 1935

Note

"Robert Montgomery,'' 8 pages, typescript(carbon). With note, "Fawcett, May 20-35, copy to Lavell." With clipped article, "The Amazing Bob Montgomery," Screen Play, September 1935, and photocopy.
Box 122, Folder 13

Montgomery, Robert no date

Note

Publicity material.
Box 43, Folder 24

Moore Brothers no date

Note

"Four Moore Brothers," 5 pages, typescript. Written on verso of Thos. H. Ince Corporation letterhead.
Box 43, Folder 25

Moore Brothers no date

Note

"Four Moore Brothers," 5 pages, typescript(carbon).
Box 43, Folder 26

Moore Brothers no date

Note

"Three Moore Brothers," 5 pages (variously numbered), typescript with holograph corrections.
Box 128, Folder 14

Moore Brothers no date

Note

Profile of Tom, Owen and Matt Moore. 8 pages, typescript. With clipped article.
Box 43, Folder 27

Moore, Colleen no date

Note

Biographical information, 3 items.
Box 43, Folder 28

Moore, Colleen no date

Note

"Colleen Moore," 5 pages, holograph.
Box 43, Folder 29

Moore, Colleen no date

Note

"Colleen Moore," 10 pages, typerscript(carbon).
Box 43, Folder 30

Moore, Colleen no date

Note

"Colleen Moore," 10 pages (varioiusly numbered),typescript with holograph corrections, "rough draft." With holograph note attached, "Then in old lady's talk … "
Box 43, Folder 31

Moore, Colleen 1927

Note

"Colleen Moore," 25 pages and fragments (variously numbered), with note, "Part of P. Review article." With clipped article, Pictorial Review, December 1927 and photocopy.
Box 54, Folder 9

Moore, Colleen 1933 Jan

Note

Issue of The New Movie Magazine, with "The Real Colleen Moore" by Jim Tully, pages 28-29, 73-74.
Box 43, Folder 32

Moore, Owen no date

Note

Biographical information, 1 item.
Box 43, Folder 41

Moran, Polly no date

Note

Biographical information from Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios, 1 item.
Box 43, Folder 42

Morley, Karen no date

Note

Biographical information, 4 items.
Box 43, Folder 43

Morley, Karen no date

Note

"Karen Morley" [by Jim Tully?], 4 pages (2 pages numbered "3"), typescript.
Box 113, Folder 22

Motion picture directors no date

Note

"How Directors Direct." Information on directors' techniques re King Vidor, Hugo Ballin, Lambert Hillyer, Marshall Neilan, Emmett Flynn, Rupert Hughes, Victor Seastrom. Provided by studio publicity department?
Box 43, Folder 33

Muni, Paul no date

Note

Biographical information, 5 items.
Box 43, Folder 34

Muni, Paul no date

Note

"Paul Muni," 15 pages, holograph and typescript. With note, "1st copy TW."
Box 43, Folder 35

Muni, Paul 1936

Note

"Paul Muni," 8 pages, typescript and holograph. With note, "TW second version Jan 36."
Box 43, Folder 36

Muni, Paul no date

Note

"Paul Muni," 10 pages, typescript and holograph.
Box 43, Folder 37

Muni, Paul 1936 Jan 26

Note

"Paul Muni," 8 pages, typescript(carbon). With note, "TW Lave Jan 26-36." With photocopy of published article, "The Man of 1,000 Faces," This Week, March 8, 1936.
Box 43, Folder 38

Muni, Paul 1934

Note

"Glancing Backward" by Paul Muni [as told to Jim Tully], 5 pages (variously numbered), typescript with holograph corrections. With clipped article, Esquire, December 1934, and photocopy.
Box 43, Folder 39

Muni, Paul 1934 Jun

Note

"Paul Muni" [by Jim Tully?], 9 pages, typescript.
Box 56, Folder 4

Muni, Paul 1936 Mar 7

Note

Issue of Picturegoer Weekly, with "Man of a Thousand Faces" by Jim Tully, pages 8-9.
Box 128, Folder 15

Muni, Paul 1934, 1936

Note

"Glancing Backward with Paul Muni." 11 pages, typescript(carbon). With note, "Esquire 1934 / Lavell - May 29 - 36."
Box 130, Folder 3

Muni, Paul no date

Note

Biographical material from studios.
Box 54, Folder 10

My Gallery of Men 1932 Nov

Note

Issue of The New Movie Magazine, with "My Gallery of Men" by Jim Tully, pages 26-27, 83-86. Re: Alfred Green, Lewis Milestone, Irving Thalberg, Rudolph Valentino, Clark Gable, James Cagney, Mack Sennett.
Box 43, Folder 40

My Hollywood Neighbors 1935 May

Note

Clipped article, Royal Screen Pictorial, and photcopy.
Box 85, Folder 8

My Impressions of Folk, Movies, and Edna Purviance 1924

Note

Clipping of the article "My Impressions of Folk, Movies, and Edna Purviance" by Charlie Chaplin (ghost written by Jim Tully?) which appeared in True Confessions. With an unsigned manuscript inscription, "Jim Tully - this is a masterpiece!"
Box 54, Folder 11

Nathan, George Jean 1928 Apr

Note

Published article, "George Jean Nathan" by Jim Tully, College Humor, pages 61, 130-- 133.
Box 57, Folder 3

Nathan, George Jean 1938 Jan

Note

Issue of Esquire, with "The World of Mr. Nathan" by Jim Tully, pages 42, 172-173. Box 57 is an oversize flat box, 13" x 15" x 3."
Box 43, Folder 44

Nazimova, Alla 1926 Mar

Note

Clipped article, "Nazimova Tells Why She Took Role of 'Fallen Woman'" [by Jim Tully?], True Confessions, and photocopy.
Box 43, Folder 45

Negri, Pola no date

Note

Biographical information, "The Life Drama of Pola Negri" by Ben Markson, 8 chapters, Paramount Studios.
Box 43, Folder 46

Negri, Pola no date

Note

Biographical information, "Life History of Pola Negri by Herself."
Box 43, Folder 47

Negri, Pola no date

Note

"Pola Negri," 10 pages, typescript with holograph corrections. Written on verso of Charlie Chaplin Film Company letterhead.
Box 43, Folder 48

Negri, Pola 1926 Aug

Note

"Pola Negri," 11 pages, typescript(carbon). With clipped article, Vanity Fair, and photocopy.
Box 48, Folder 38

Neihardt, John G 1924 Oct

Note

"A Great Western Poet" by Jim Tully, 8 pages, typescript(carbon) and another copy. With clipped article, "The Epic Poet of the Pioneer West, " Literary Digest Book Review, October 1924, and photocopy.
Box 44, Folder 1

Nilsson, Anna Q no date

Note

"Anna Q. Nilsson," 4 pages, typescript with holograph corrections. Written on verso of "Jim Tully, Authorized Biographer Thomas H. Ince … " letterhead and Charlie Chaplin Film Company letterhead.
Box 44, Folder 2

Nilsson, Anna Q 1926 Sep

Note

"Anna Q. Nilsson," 8 pages and fragment, typescript(carbon) with holograph corrections.
Box 44, Folder 3

Normand, Mabel no date

Note

Biographical information, 1 item.
Box 44, Folder 4

Oakie, Jack 1933

Note

Biographical information, Paramount Studios, 6 chapters.
Box 44, Folder 5

Oakie, Jack 1937 May 3

Note

"Jack Oakie," 7 pages, typescript with holograph corrections. With photocopy of published article.
Box 44, Folder 6

O'Brien, Pat 1936

Note

"Pat O'Brien," 7 pages, typescript(carbon), with note "Meloney Lavell Apr 30-36." With photocopy of published article, This Week.
Box 44, Folder 7

O'Brien, Pat 1933 Apr

Note

Clipped article, "Wandering son" by Jim Tully, New Movie Magazine, and photocopy.
Box 48, Folder 39

O'Brien, Pat no date

Note

Biographical information, 1 item, with letter of transmittal by Jay Chapman.
Box 50, Folder 35

O'Brien, Pat no date

Note

Biographical information, 5 items.
Box 44, Folder 8

Oland, Warner 1937, no date

Note

Biographical information, primarily from 20th Century Fox, 12 items.
Box 44, Folder 9

Oland, Warner 1934 May 1

Note

"Warner Oland," 11 pages, typescript with holograph corrections, and 1 page, dated May 6, 1934.
Box 44, Folder 10

Oland, Warner 1937 Dec 6

Note

"Warner Oland," 7 pages, typescript and holograph.
Box 44, Folder 11

Oland, Warner 1937 Dec 8

Note

"Warner Oland," 6 pages (variously numbered), typescript and holograph.
Box 44, Folder 12

Oland, Warner 1937 Dec 8

Note

"Warner Oland," 6 pages, typescript with holograph corrections. With pencilled note, "Final Dec 9-39."
Box 44, Folder 13

Oland, Warner 1937 Jan 5

Note

"Warner Oland," 14 pages, typescript(carbon) and holograph. With note, "Revised and sent to This Week - January 5 1937."
Box 44, Folder 14

Oland, Warner 1934 Mar

Note

"Warner Oland" [by Jim Tully?], 10 pages, typescript.
Box 50, Folder 36

Oland, Warner no date

Note

Biographical information, 1 item.
Box 44, Folder 15

Oliver, Edna May no date

Note

Biographical information, primarily from RKO-Radio Pictures Studios, 7 items.
Box 44, Folder 16

Oliver, Edna May 1935

Note

"Edna May Oliver," 9 pages, typescript(carbon). With note, "This Week, June 1935."
Box 44, Folder 17

Oliver, Edna May no date

Note

"Edna May Oliver," 24 pages (variously numbered), holograph.
Box 44, Folder 18

Oliver, Edna May 1933 Mar

Note

"Edna May Oliver," 11 pages and fragment, typescript with holograph corrections. With clipped article, "She Laughs to Keep From Crying," New Movie Magazine, and photocopy.
Box 85, Folder 9

Original Screen Story (The) 1923 Sep

Note

Clipping of the article "The Original Screen Story" by Charles Chaplin (ghost written by Jim Tully?) which appeared in Story World, September 1923.
Box 44, Folder 19

Paddock, Charles W 1926 July 20

Note

Biographical information, 1 item.
Box 44, Folder 20

Paddock, Charles W no date

Note

"Charles Paddock," 14 pages, typescript with holograph corrections.
Box 44, Folder 21

Paddock, Charles W 1927 Aug

Note

"Charles Paddock," 12 pages, typescript. With clipped article, College Humor, and photocopy.
Box 44, Folder 22

Parker, Jean no date

Note

"Jean Parker," 7 pages, typescript. With note, "Screen Play -- wil you return please Howard -- J.T." With a 7 page carbon copy.
Box 50, Folder 37

Parker, Jean no date

Note

Biographical information, 1 item.
Box 57, Folder 4

Parker, Jean 1936 Apr 11

Note

Issue of Picturegoer Weekly, with "A Hollywood Cinderella' by Jim Tully, pages 8-9. Box 57 is an oversize flat box, 13" x 15".
Box 44, Folder 23

Paul, Elliot H no date

Note

"Far Down and Away Up" [by Jim Tully], 6 pages, mimeograph with holograph corrections. Incomplete.
Box 44, Folder 24

Paul, Elliot H no date

Note

"Far Down and Away Up" [by Jim Tully], 9 pages, typescript.
Box 44, Folder 25

People You Know no date

Note

Clipped article, Picturegoer Weekly and photocopy.
Box 44, Folder 26

Phillips, Clara 1923

Note

"The Clara Phillips Case" [by Jim Tully], 12 pages and 1 page notes, typescript. With clipped article, True Confessions, June 1923, and photocopy.
Box 50, Folder 38

Pidgeon, Walter no date

Note

Research material, clipped article, "Walter Pidgeon" by Kitty Callahan, The Family Circle, no date.
Box 44, Folder 27

Pitts, Zasu no date

Note

8 pages, typescript.
Box 44, Folder 28

Pitts, Zasu no date

Note

"Zasu Pitts," 8 pages, typescript(carbon). With note, "For Jim Tully."
Box 44, Folder 29

Pitts, Zasu no date

Note

"Zasu Pitts," 7 pages, typescript with a few holograph corrections.
Box 44, Folder 30

Pitts, Zasu no date

Note

7 pages, typescript with holograph corrections.
Box 126, Folder 7

Players from California no date

Note

2 pages, typescript and holograph.
Box 44, Folder 31

Powell, Dick 1934 Jan 27

Note

6 pages, typescript.
Box 44, Folder 32

Powell, Dick 1934 Feb 3

Note

"Dick Powell," 4 pages (1-2, 3, 6), typescript with holograph corrections. With clipped article, "Arkansas Traveler," Screen Play, May 1934, and photocopy.
Box 44, Folder 33

Powell, Dick 1935

Note

"Dick Powell," 8 pages, typescript(carbon). With note, "Sent … McHenry Jan 18-35."
Box 54, Folder 12

Powell, Dick 1943 May

Note

Issue of Screen Play, with "Arkansas Traveler" by Jim Tully, pages 36-37, 72-73.
Box 44, Folder 34

Powell, William 1935 and no date

Note

Biographical information, primarily from Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 19 items.
Box 44, Folder 35

Powell, William 1935

Note

"William Powell," 8 pages, typescript(carbon). With note, "Fawcett-Lavell-July 1935."
Box 44, Folder 36

Powell, William 1935 July

Note

"William Powell," 8 pages, typescript(carbon). With clipped article,"Why Women Can't Resist William Powell," Movie Classic, November 1935, and photocopy.
Box 44, Folder 37

Powell, William 1935 Aug

Note

"William Powell," 11 pages (variously numbered), typescript and holograph. With note, "This Week, Aug '35."
Box 44, Folder 38

Powell, William 1935 Aug

Note

"William Powell," 8 pages, typescript(carbon). With photocopy of published article, "He Borrowed $700--," This Week, November 10, 1935.
Box 44, Folder 39

Powell, William no date

Note

"William Powell," 10 pages (variously numbered), holograph and typescript.
Box 44, Folder 40

Powell, William no date

Note

"An Old Debt" by Jim Tully, 8 pages, typescript(carbon). With clipped article, "The Truth About William Powell," Screen Book, April 1935 and photocopy.
Box 44, Folder 41

Powell, William 1935

Note

"William Powell," 7 pages and fragments, typescript(carbon). With clipped article, "Melancholy William," Screen Pictorial, July 1935 and photocopy.
Box 44, Folder 42

Powell, William no date

Note

"William Powell," 8 pages, typescript with holograph corrections.
Box 44, Folder 43

Powell, William 1932 Mar

Note

"William Powell," 10 pages, typescript and holograph, with note, "New Movie, March 1932." With 1 page shorthand notes.
Box 44, Folder 44

Powell, William 1932

Note

"William Powell," 8 pages, typescript(carbon) and another copy. With clipped article, "Ugly Mug," New Movie Magazine, March 1932 and photocopy.
Box 44, Folder 45

Powell, William no date

Note

"William Powell," by 9 pages, typescript.
Box 54, Folder 13

Powell, William 1932 Mar

Note

Issue of The New Movie Magazine, with "Ugly Mug" by Jim Tully, pages 32-33, 89-90.
Box 45, Folder 1

Power, Tyrone no date

Note

"Tyrone Power" 16 pages, holograph.
Box 45, Folder 2

Power, Tyrone 1937 June 15

Note

"Tyrone Power," 7 pages, typescript and holograph. With photocopy of published article, "His Name Didn't Help!," This Week, October 10, 1937.
Box 50, Folder 39

Power, Tyrone no date

Note

Biographical information, 3 items.
Box 45, Folder 3

Prevost, Marie no date

Note

"A Country Bred Girl" by Jim Tully, 6 pages, typescript(carbon).
Box 45, Folder 4

Prevost, Marie no date

Note

2 pages, typescript with holograph corrections.
Box 48, Folder 40

Prevost, Marie no date

Note

Clipped article, "Who Travel in Bathing Suits?" by Jim Tully, publication unidentified.
Box 50, Folder 40

Prevost, Marie no date

Note

Biographical information, 1 item with addendum.
Box 48, Folder 41

Raft, George 1932 Sep 15

Note

Biographical information, 1 item, with letter of transmittal from Paul A. Snell, Paramount Publix Corporation.
Box 113, Folder 25

Raft, George 1932, no date

Note

Biographical information from Paramount Studios and fact sheet.
Box 45, Folder 5

Rainer, Luise 1937 Jan 22

Note

'Luise Rainer," 7 pages, typescript with holograph corrections.
Box 45, Folder 6

Rainer, Luise 1937 Jan 22

Note

'Luise Rainer," 7 pages, typescript(carbon). With photocopy of published article, "Hollywood Scared Her!," This Week, March 14, 1937.
Box 113, Folder 26

Rainer, Luise no date

Note

Biographical information from Goldwyn Studios.
Box 45, Folder 7

Ralston, Esther no date

Note

"Esther Ralston," 19 pages (variously numbered), typescript with holograph corrections.
Box 45, Folder 8

Ralston, Esther 1928

Note

"Esther Ralston," 21 pages (variously numbered), typescript(carbon). With photocopy of published article, Pictorial Review, July 1928.
Box 45, Folder 9

Ralston, Esther 1928 and no date

Note

Biographical information, Paramount Studios, 3 items.
Box 113, Folder 27

Ralston, Esther no date

Note

Biographical information from Goldwyn Studios.
Box 138, Folder 3

Ralston, Esther no date

Note

Tully's holograph notes, written on verso of writing paper with 818 Kings Road address.
Box 128, Folder 16

Reinhardt, Max no date

Note

Biographical information from Warner Brothers.
Box 122, Folder 11

Renaldo, Duncan no date

Note

"While I Was Away [by JT]." 24 pages. Typescript with holograph corrections.
Box 94, Folder 10

Renoir, Jean no date

Note

Research material. Biography of Jean Renoir from Harry Brand, 20th Century Fox.
Box 50, Folder 41

Rin Tin Tin no date

Note

Biographical information, incomplete (page 2 only) and studio publicity.
Box 45, Folder 10

Rinehart, Mary Roberts 1925

Note

"The Nurse Who Became a Successful Writer" by Jim Tully, 8 pages, typescript(carbon). With 5 copies of clipped article, Story World, January 1925, and photocopy.
Box 50, Folder 42

Rinehart, Mary Roberts 1920 Feb 11

Note

Research material. "Mary Roberts Rinehart" by Sue McNamara, 1 item.
Box 113, Folder 28

Rinehart, Mary Roberts no date

Note

Biographical information from Goldwyn Studios.
Box 45, Folder 11

Rivera, Diego no date

Note

[Diego Rivera by Jim Tully], 3 pages [2-4, lacking page 1], typescript(carbon). With typescript copy of letter from Albert Einstein to Diego Rivera, 1934 Feb 13.
Box 45, Folder 12

Rivera, Diego no date

Note

"Diego Rivera," 4 pages, typescript with a few holograph corrections.
Box 45, Folder 13

Rivera, Diego no date

Note

Biographical profile of Diego Rivera by Jim Tully (?), 10 pages, typescript, and a 10 page carbon copy.
Box 45, Folder 14

Rivera, Diego 1934 May 16

Note

"Diego Rivera," 16 pages, typescript with holograph corrections.
Box 45, Folder 15

Rivera, Diego 1934 May 17

Note

"Diego Rivera," 11 pages, typescript with holograph corrections.
Box 45, Folder 16

Rivera, Diego 1934 May 18

Note

"Diego Rivera," 16 pages, typescript(carbon). With note, "Mailed - May 18, 34 to Esquire."
Box 113, Folder 29

Rivera, Diego no date

Note

Biographical information transcribed from various magazines.
Box 127, Folder 6

Rivera, Diego no date

Note

Incomplete article, 7 pages, typescript.
Box 127, Folder 7

Rivera, Diego 1934

Note

Research materials.
Box 130, Folder 5

Rivera, Diego 1934

Note

Material related to Tully's trip to Mexico to interview Rivera. Includes postcards of Rivera's work, JT's invitations to events from Associated Press and the University Club, and a newspaper clipping and translation regarding Tully's visit.
Box 45, Folder 18

Robinson, Edward G 1933 Aug

Note

Research material. Clipped article, "Robinson Arrives" by Ida Zeitlin, Screenland.
Box 45, Folder 19

Robinson, Edward G 1936 Oct 2

Note

"Edward G. Robinson," 8 pages, typescript and holograph.
Box 45, Folder 20

Robinson, Edward G 1936

Note

"Edward G. Robinson," 8 pages, typescript(carbon). With photocopy of published article, "Screen Gangster No.1," This Week, November 29, 1936.
Box 50, Folder 43

Robinson, Edward G 1933 and no date

Note

Biographical information, 3 items and clipped article, "E.G. the Terrible" by Konrad Bercovici, New Movie Magazine, October 1933.
Box 57, Folder 6

Robinson, Edward G 1936 Nov 21

Note

Issue of Picturegoer Weekly, with "From Politics to Pictures" by Jim Tully, pages 12- 13. Box 57 is an oversize flat box, 13" x 15" x 3."
Box 113, Folder 30

Robinson, Edward G no date

Note

Biographical information from Warner Brothers-First National.
Box 45, Folder 21

Rogers, Ginger 1933 and no date

Note

Biographical information, primarily from RKO Radio Pictures, 5 items.
Box 45, Folder 22

Rogers, Ginger 1935

Note

Clipped article, "The Real Ginger Rogers" by Jim Tully, Motion Picture, October 1935, and photocopy.
Box 45, Folder 23

Rogers, Ginger no date

Note

"Ginger Rogers," 8 pages, typescript with holograph corrections.
Box 45, Folder 24

Rogers, Ginger no date

Note

"Ginger Rogers," 7 pages, typescript with holograph corrections. With note, "2nd last copy."
Box 45, Folder 25

Rogers, Ginger 1936

Note

"Ginger Rogers," 7 pages, typescript(carbon). With photocopy of published article,"She Won a Contest," This Week, June 7, 1936.
Box 45, Folder 26

Rogers, Ginger 1934 Nov 1

Note

"Ginger Rogers,"12 pages (variously numbered), typescript and holograph.
Box 45, Folder 27

Rogers, Ginger 1934 Dec

Note

"Ginger Rogers," 9 pages (variously numbered), typescript(carbon) wit holograph corrections.
Box 45, Folder 28

Rogers, Ginger no date

Note

"Ginger Rogers," 13 pages, holograph.
Box 45, Folder 29

Rogers, Ginger no date

Note

"Ginger Rogers," 17 pages (variously numbered), typescript and holograph.
Box 45, Folder 30

Rogers, Ginger 1933 Nov 16

Note

"Ginger Rogers," 13 pages, typescript and holograph, with note, "second copy …" With page 1 only of "1st copy."
Box 57, Folder 7

Rogers, Ginger 1935 Apr 27

Note

Issue of Picturegoer Weekly, with "The Life Story of Ginger Rogers" by Jim Tully, pages 14-15. Box 57 is an oversize flat box, 13" x 15"x 3."
Box 45, Folder 31

Rogers, Roy 1941 Oct 31

Note

"A Cowboy from Ohio" by Jim Tully, 8 pages, typescript(carbon). With note, "Photoplay."
Box 54, Folder 14

Rogers, Roy 1942 Sep

Note

Issue of Photoplay, with "Keep Punchin'" by Jim Tully, pages 50-51, 85.
Box 45, Folder 32

Rooney, Mickey no date

Note

Biographical information, 2 items.
Box 45, Folder 33

Rooney, Mickey 1938 Apr 21

Note

"Mickey Rooney," 7 pages, typescript with holograph corrections.
Box 45, Folder 34

Rooney, Mickey 1938

Note

"Mickey Rooney," 7 pages, typescript and 1 page, May 4, 1938, with new first sentence. With telegram from Marie Meloney and JT's reply. With photocopy of published article, "Mickey Rooney Gets His Star", This Week.
Box 50, Folder 44

Rubens, Alma no date

Note

Biographical information, 1 item.
Box 84, Folder 17

Sad Jester (The) re Charlie Chaplin no date

Note

First Installment, first chapter of "The Sad Jester" by Jim Tully. Series of Articles re: Charlie Chaplin. Typescript.
Box 84, Folder 18

Sad Jester (The) re Charlie Chaplin no date

Note

First installment, second chapter of "The Sad Jester" by Jim Tully. Series of Articles re: Charlie Chaplin. Typescript.
Box 84, Folder 19

Sad Jester (The) re Charlie Chaplin no date

Note

First installment, third chapter of "The Sad Jester" by Jim Tully. Series of Articles re: Charlie Chaplin. Typescript.
Box 84, Folder 20

Sad Jester (The) re Charlie Chaplin no date

Note

First installment, fourth chapter of "The Sad Jester" by Jim Tully. Series of Articles re: Charlie Chaplin. Typescript.
Box 84, Folder 21

Sad Jester (The) re Charlie Chaplin no date

Note

Second installment, chapter five of "The Sad Jester" by Jim Tully. Series of Articles re: Charlie Chaplin. Typescript.
Box 84, Folder 22

Sad Jester (The) re Charlie Chaplin no date

Note

Second installment, chapter six of "The Sad Jester" by Jim Tully. Series of Articles re: Charlie Chaplin. Typescript.
Box 84, Folder 23

Sad Jester (The) re Charlie Chaplin no date

Note

Second installment, chapter seven of "The Sad Jester" by Jim Tully. Series of Articles re: Charlie Chaplin. Typescript.
Box 84, Folder 24

Sad Jester (The) re Charlie Chaplin no date

Note

Second installment, chapter eight of "The Sad Jester" by Jim Tully. Series of Articles re: Charlie Chaplin. Typescript.
Box 84, Folder 25

Sad Jester (The) re Charlie Chaplin no date

Note

Second installment, chapter nine of "The Sad Jester by Jim Tully. Series of Articles re: Charlie Chaplin. Typescript.
Box 85, Folder 17

Sad Jester (The) re Charlie Chaplin no date

Note

Chapter 1. Typescript with holograph corrections.
Box 85, Folder 18

Sad Jester (The) re Charlie Chaplin no date

Note

Chapter 2. Typescript and typescript(carbon).
Box 85, Folder 19

Sad Jester (The) re Charlie Chaplin no date

Note

Chapter 3. Typescript(carbon).
Box 85, Folder 20

Sad Jester (The) re Charlie Chaplin no date

Note

Chapter 4. Typescript(carbon).
Box 85, Folder 21

Sad Jester (The) re Charlie Chaplin no date

Note

Chapter 5. Typescript(carbon).
Box 85, Folder 22

Sad Jester (The) re Charlie Chaplin no date

Note

Chapter 6. Typescript(carbon) with holograph corrections.
Box 85, Folder 23

Sad Jester (The) re Charlie Chaplin no date

Note

Chapter 7. Typescript(carbon).
Box 85, Folder 24

Sad Jester (The) re Charlie Chaplin no date

Note

Chapter 8. Typescript(carbon).
Box 85, Folder 25

Sad Jester (The) re Charlie Chaplin no date

Note

Chapter 9. Typescript with holograph corrections.
Box 85, Folder 26

Sad Jester (The) re Charlie Chaplin no date

Note

Chapters 11 and 16 (10?). Typescript(carbon). Labelled "3rd installment."
Box 85, Folder 27

Sad Jester (The) re Charlie Chaplin no date

Note

Chapter 12. Typescript(carbon) with holograph corrections.
Box 85, Folder 28

Sad Jester (The) re Charlie Chaplin no date

Note

Chapter 13. Typescript with holograph corrections.
Box 85, Folder 29

Sad Jester (The) re Charlie Chaplin no date

Note

Chapter 14. Typescript(carbon) with holograph corrections.
Box 85, Folder 30

Sad Jester (The) re Charlie Chaplin no date

Note

Chapter 15. Typescript(carbon) with holograph corrections.
Box 85, Folder 31

Sad Jester (The) re Charlie Chaplin no date

Note

Chapter 16. Typescript.
Box 85, Folder 32

Sad Jester (The) re Charlie Chaplin no date

Note

Chapter 17. Typescript and typescript(carbon) with holograph corrections.
Box 85, Folder 33

Sad Jester (The) re Charlie Chaplin no date

Note

Chapter 18. Typescript.
Box 85, Folder 34

Sad Jester (The) re Charlie Chaplin no date

Note

Chapter 20. Typescript(carbon) with holograph corrections.
Box 85, Folder 35

Sad Jester (The) re Charlie Chaplin no date

Note

Chapter 21. Typescript and holograph.
Box 85, Folder 36

Sad Jester (The) re Charlie Chaplin no date

Note

Chapter 22. Typescript with holograph corrections.
Box 85, Folder 37

Sad Jester (The) re Charlie Chaplin no date

Note

Chapter 23. Typescript with holograph corrections.
Box 85, Folder 38

Sad Jester (The) re Charlie Chaplin no date

Note

Chapter 24. Typescript with holograph corrections.
Box 85, Folder 39

Sad Jester (The) re Charlie Chaplin no date

Note

Chapter 25. Typescript with holograph corrections.
Box 85, Folder 40

Sad Jester (The) re Charlie Chaplin no date

Note

Chapter 26. Typescript with holograph corrections.
Box 85, Folder 41

Sad Jester (The) re Charlie Chaplin no date

Note

Chapter 27. Typescript and typescript(carbon) with holograph corrections.
Box 85, Folder 42

Sad Jester (The) re Charlie Chaplin no date

Note

Chapter 28. Typescript(carbon) with holograph corrections.
Box 85, Folder 43

Sad Jester (The) re Charlie Chaplin no date

Note

Chapter 29. Typescript(carbon) with holograph corrections.
Box 85, Folder 44

Sad Jester (The) re Charlie Chaplin no date

Note

Chapter 30. Typescript(carbon) with holograph corrections.
Box 85, Folder 45

Sad Jester (The) re Charlie Chaplin no date

Note

Chapter 31. Typescript(carbon) with holograph corrections.
Box 45, Folder 35

Schulberg, B. P no date

Note

Biographical information from Paramount Pictures, 1 item.
Box 45, Folder 36

Schulberg, B. P no date

Note

"B.P. Schulberg," 21 pages (variously numbered), holograph and typescript.
Box 45, Folder 37

Schulberg, B. P no date

Note

"B.P. Schulberg," 11 pages, typescript(carbon).
Box 129, Folder 8

Scully's list no date

Note

List of interviewees.
Box 45, Folder 38

Sennett, Mack no date

Note

"A Master of Moron Ridicule" by Jim Tully, 7 pages (1-5, 7-8), typescript with holograph corrections.
Box 45, Folder 39

Sennett, Mack no date

Note

[Untitled article re Sennett Studios], 4 pages, typescript.
Box 45, Folder 40

Sennett, Mack no date

Note

"The King of Moron Culture," 8 pages, typescript(carbon). With JT's address, 11744 Buena Park Drive, Hollywood.
Box 45, Folder 41

Sennett, Mack 1926 May

Note

"The King of Moron Culture," 10 pages, typescript with holograph corrections. With clipped article, "Mack Sennett: Maker of Comedies, The King of Moron Culture," Vanity Fair.
Box 45, Folder 42

Sennett, Mack no date

Note

'History of Sennett Studios," 2 copies, and 'Personal Biography of Mack Sennett". With note from Arnold Gingrich, Editor of Esquire, rejecting the article.
Box 46, Folder 1

Shearer, Norma 1932 and no date

Note

Biographical information, primarily from Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios, 6 items.
Box 46, Folder 2

Shearer, Norma no date

Note

"A Woman's Life Begins At Thirty" as told by Norma Shearer to Jim Tully, 5 pages, typescript with holograph corrections.
Box 46, Folder 3

Shearer, Norma 1934

Note

"A Woman's Life Begins At Thirty" as told by Norma Shearer to Jim Tully, 8 pages (variously numbered), typescript. With note, "Screen Play, June 1934."
Box 46, Folder 4

Shearer, Norma 1934

Note

"A Woman's Life Begins At Thirty" as told by Norma Shearer to Jim Tully, 6 pages, typescript with holograph corrections. With clipped article, Screen Play Magazine, June 1934.
Box 46, Folder 5

Shearer, Norma no date

Note

"Norma Shearer," 8 pages, typescript(carbon).
Box 46, Folder 6

Shearer, Norma 1935

Note

"Norma Shearer," 14 pages and fragments, typescript and holograph. With clipped article, "Norma Shearer As I Know Her," Motion Picture, November 1935, 2 copies.
Box 46, Folder 7

Shearer, Norma 1935

Note

Clipped article, "Early Struggles of Norma Shearer" by Jim Tully, Picturegoer Weekly, August 17, 1935.
Box 46, Folder 8

Shearer, Norma no date

Note

"A Name in a Notebook" by Jim Tully, 7 pages, typescript.
Box 46, Folder 9

Shearer, Norma no date

Note

"Norma Shearer," 32 pages, holograph.
Box 46, Folder 10

Shearer, Norma no date

Note

"Norma Shearer," 16 pages, typescript with holograph corrections.
Box 46, Folder 11

Shearer, Norma no date

Note

"Why Women Seek Fame," information about Norma Shearer for JT, 3 pages.
Box 46, Folder 12

Shearer, Norma 1935

Note

"Norma Shearer," 10 pages, holograph and typescript. With note, "This Week, Aug 25 '35."
Box 46, Folder 13

Shearer, Norma 1935

Note

"Norma Shearer," 9 pages, typescript(carbon). With note, "This Week, Aug 25'35."
Box 46, Folder 14

Shearer, Norma 1936 Jul 15

Note

"Shakespeare and Shearer" [by Jim Tully], 5 pages, holograph and typescript.
Box 46, Folder 15

Shearer, Norma 1932 Dec 13

Note

"Interview with Miss Norma Shearer" with Jim Tully and Eleanor Packer, 18 pages and fragments, typescript.
Box 46, Folder 16

Shearer, Norma no date

Note

Page 2 of an unidentified article, typescript(carbon).
Box 86, Folder 13

Shearer, Norma no date

Note

Typescript with holograph notes.
Box 113, Folder 31

Shearer, Norma no date

Note

"Shakespeare and Shearer" by Jim Tully. 3 pages, typescript.
Box 113, Folder 32

Shearer, Norma no date

Note

Biographical information from Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios.
Box 120, Folder 17

Shearer, Norma no date

Note

"Shakespeare and Shearer, 4 pages, typescript(carbon).
Box 46, Folder 17

Sidney, Sylvia no date

Note

Biographical information and clipping, 2 items.
Box 50, Folder 45

Sidney, Sylvia no date

Note

Research material, newspaper clipping, "Clara Bow's Rival Screamed Way to Success on Screen!" by Leo Rabbette.
Box 113, Folder 33

Sidney, Sylvia 1931-1932, n.d.

Note

Biographical information from Paramount Studios.
Box 46, Folder 18

Simon, Simone 1937

Note

"Simone Simon," 9 pages and fragments, typescript with holograph corrections. With note, "Dec. 17-1937 T.W."
Box 46, Folder 19

Simon, Simone no date

Note

"Simone Simon," 7 pages, typescript with holograph corrections, and 2 variant pages.
Box 46, Folder 20

Simon, Simone 1937 Jun 27

Note

"Simone Simon," 8 pages, holograph and typescript.
Box 46, Folder 21

Simon, Simone no date

Note

"Simone Simon," 7 pages, typescript(carbon) and 1 page holograph addition.
Box 46, Folder 22

Simon, Simone 1936 and no date

Note

Biographical information, 2 items. With letter of transmittal from Harry [Brand?], 20th Century Fox Studios.
Box 113, Folder 34

Simon, Simone no date

Note

Biographical information.
Box 46, Folder 23

Sinclair, Upton 1933 Oct 19

Note

"Upton Sinclair Talks to Jim Tully," 7 pages, typescript and holograph.
Box 46, Folder 24

Stanwyck, Barbara 1932

Note

Clipped article, "The Waif Who Threatens Garbo" by Jim Tully, New Movie Magazine, February 1932, and photocopy.
Box 46, Folder 25

Stanwyck, Barbara 1935 Aug

Note

"The Strange Drama of Barbara Stanwyck" by Jim Tully, 7 pages, typescript(carbon). With clipped article, Screen Book.
Box 46, Folder 26

Stanwyck, Barbara 1935 Nov

Note

"Barbara Stanwyck," 7 pages, typescript(carbon).
Box 46, Folder 27

Stanwyck, Barbara 1935 Nov 27

Note

"Barbara Stanwyck," 7 pages, typescript(carbon). "With note, "K.T. Nov 27-35 Lavell."
Box 46, Folder 28

Stanwyck, Barbara 1935 Apr 18

Note

"Barbara Stanwyck," 10 pages, holograph and typescript. With note, "April 18-1935 Fawcett."
Box 46, Folder 29

Stanwyck, Barbara 1939 Jun 15

Note

"Barbara Stanwyck," 8 pages, typescript with holograph corrections. With note, " … England Jan 27-40 K Theatres … "
Box 46, Folder 30

Stanwyck, Barbara 1939 Jun 15

Note

"Barbara Stanwyck," 8 pages, typescript(carbon).
Box 46, Folder 31

Stanwyck, Barbara 1939 Jun 15

Note

"Barbara Stanwyck," 8 pages, typescript and holograph. With note, "Almost final … "
Box 46, Folder 32

Stanwyck, Barbara 1939 Jun 15

Note

6 pages, typescript and holograph.
Box 46, Folder 33

Stanwyck, Barbara no date

Note

"Barbara Stanwyck," 11 pages, holograph and typescript.
Box 48, Folder 42

Stanwyck, Barbara 1935 Oct 12

Note

Clipped article, "The Drudge Who Reached the Stars" by Jim Tully, Picturegoer Weekly.
Box 54, Folder 17

Stanwyck, Barbara 1936 Mar

Note

Issue of Screen Pictorial, with "A Born Fighter" by Jim Tully, pages 20-21.
Box 57, Folder 8

Stanwyck, Barbara 1940 Feb

Note

Issue of Photoplay, with "Tears into Laughter" by Jim Tully, pages 17, 74. Box 57 is an oversize flat box, 13" x 15 x 3."
Box 138, Folder 4

Stanwyck, Barbara no date

Note

4 pages, typescript draft and notes.
Box 46, Folder 34

Starke, Pauline no date

Note

Undated letter from 'Katherine" to JT with biographical information re Pauline Starke.
Box 46, Folder 35

Starke, Pauline no date

Note

"The Girl Without 'It!'" by Jim Tully, 5 pages, typescript with holograph corrections.
Box 46, Folder 36

Starke, Pauline no date

Note

"Pauline Starke" [by Jim Tully], 1 page, typescript.
Box 113, Folder 35

Starke, Pauline no date

Note

Biographical information.
Box 48, Folder 43

Sten, Anna 1935 Aug 31

Note

Biographical information, 1 item, with letter of transmittal from Margery Heffron, secretary to Margaret Ettinger.
Box 46, Folder 37

Sternberg, Josef von 1928 and no date

Note

Biographical information, 5 items.
Box 46, Folder 38

Sternberg, Josef von no date

Note

"Josef von Sternberg" [by Jim Tully], 18 pages, holograph.
Box 46, Folder 39

Sternberg, Josef von no date

Note

"Josef von Sternberg" [by Jim Tully], 11 pages, typescript(carbon).
Box 46, Folder 40

Stone, Lewis 1939

Note

"Lewis Stone," 8 pages (1-2,4-9), typescript(carbon) with holograph corrrections.
Box 46, Folder 41

Stone, Lewis no date

Note

"Lewis Stone," 7 pages, typescript. With note, "First copy changed."
Box 46, Folder 42

Stone, Lewis no date

Note

"Lewis Stone," 7 pages, typescript with holograph corrections.
Box 46, Folder 43

Stone, Lewis no date

Note

Undated letter from "Ralph" to Jim Tully about Lewis Stone.
Box 46, Folder 44

Stone, Lewis 1939 Mar 6

Note

"Lewis Stone," 8 pages, typescript and holograph.
Box 46, Folder 45

Stone, Lewis no date

Note

"Lewis Stone," 7 pages, typescript(carbon).
Box 122, Folder 14

Stone, Lewis 1939 Jan 18

Note

"Lew Stone" by JT. 6 pages, typescript and holograph.
Box 46, Folder 46

Stroheim, Erich von 1924, 1927, 1943 and no date

Note

Biographical information and magazine articles, 5 items.
Box 46, Folder 47

Stroheim, Erich von no date

Note

"The Man You Love to Hate" by Jim Tully, 5 pages, typescript(carbon).
Box 46, Folder 48

Stroheim, Erich von no date

Note

"The Undefeated (The Story of Erich Von Stroheim)" by Jim Tully, 25 page and 2 inserts, holograph and typescript.
Box 46, Folder 49

Stroheim, Erich von no date

Note

"An Artist of Battle" by Jim Tully, 9 pages (variously numbered), typescript with holograph corrections.
Box 46, Folder 50

Stroheim, Erich von 1926 Mar

Note

"An Artist of Battle" by Jim Tully, 7 pages, typescript. With clipped article, Vanity Fair, March 1926.
Box 46, Folder 51

Stroheim, Erich von no date

Note

[Notes on Erich von Stroheim by Jim Tully], 8 pages, holograph. Written on Hollywood Athletic Club letterhead.
Box 46, Folder 52

Stroheim, Erich von no date

Note

"Erick [sic] von Stroheim" by Jim Tully, 8 pages, typescript.
Box 46, Folder 53

Stroheim, Erich von no date

Note

"The Undefeated (The Story of Erich Von Stroheim)" by Jim Tully, 21 pages, typescript. With note," … First British serial rights offered." sewn into a folder cover for Charles Lavell, Authors' and Playwrights' Representative, London.
Box 48, Folder 44

Stroheim, Erich von no date

Note

English translation of "Eric Von Stroheim" by George Fronval, Visages et Contes du Cinema, issue devoted to von Stroheim.
Box 106, Folder 23

Stroheim, Erich Von no date

Note

7 pages, typescript(carbon). Published as "The Long Bulge Upwards" by Erich von Stroheim, but written by Jim Tully.
Box 113, Folder 36

Stroheim, Erich von no date

Note

Biographical information from Goldwyn Studios.
Box 50, Folder 46

Stromberg, Hunt no date

Note

Biographical information, 2 items.
Box 47, Folder 1

Sullavan, Margaret 1936, 1937 and no date

Note

Biographical information from Universal Pictures Corporation and Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 9 items.
Box 47, Folder 2

Sullavan, Margaret no date

Note

Incomplete article (lacking beginning pages) on Margaret Sullavan, 9 pages, typescript with manuscript corrections.
Box 47, Folder 3

Sullavan, Margaret no date

Note

2 pages, typescript.
Box 47, Folder 4

Sullavan, Margaret no date

Note

7 pages, typescript.
Box 47, Folder 5

Taylor, Robert 1936

Note

"Robert Taylor," 14 pages, holograph. With note, "first copy, Aug 10-36 T.W."
Box 47, Folder 6

Taylor, Robert 1936 Aug 10

Note

"Robert Taylor," 7 pages, typescript with holograph corrections. With note, "T.W. Lavell."
Box 47, Folder 7

Taylor, Robert no date

Note

"Hollywood's King of Romance," 6 pages, typescript
Box 48, Folder 45

Taylor, Robert no date

Note

"Hollywood's King of Romance," 6 pages, typescript(carbon).
Box 50, Folder 47

Taylor, Robert 1936 Jul 31

Note

Research material. "Destination Hollywood" by Guy Fowler, 59 pages, typescript(carbon). "Authorized by Robert Taylor."
Box 47, Folder 8

Taylor, William Desmond no date

Note

"Who Killed William D. Taylor?" by Jim Tully, 16 pages, typescript(carbon).
Box 47, Folder 9

Taylor, William Desmond no date

Note

"Who Killed William D. Taylor?" by Jim Tully, 18 pages, typescript.
Box 48, Folder 46

Taylor, William Desmond 1922 Feb 3-25

Note

Research material, Los Angeles Times accounts of the murder of William Desmond Taylor, 16 pages, typescript on gold paper.
Box 47, Folder 10

Temple, Shirley no date

Note

Biographical information from 20th Century-Fox, 9 items.
Box 47, Folder 11

Thalberg, Irving no date

Note

"Irving Thalberg," 12 pages, typescript with holograph corrections.
Box 47, Folder 12

Thalberg, Irving no date

Note

Biographical information, 17 pages and fragments, typescript.
Box 47, Folder 13

Thalberg, Irving 1927 Oct

Note

Clipped article, "Irving Thalberg" by Jim Tully, Vanity Fair, October 1927, and photocopy.
Box 47, Folder 14

Thalberg, Irving no date

Note

6 pages, typescript.
Box 47, Folder 15

Thalberg, Irving 1936 Aug 14

Note

"Irving Thalberg," 7 pages, typescript(carbon). With note, "T.W. Lavell."
Box 47, Folder 16

Thalberg, Irving no date

Note

"Irving Thalberg," 8 pages, typescript and holograph.
Box 47, Folder 17

Thalberg, Irving 1936 Aug 12

Note

"Irving Thalberg," , 11 pages (variously numbered), holograph and typescript.
Box 47, Folder 18

Thalberg, Irving 1936 Aug 12

Note

"Irving Thalberg," 7 pages and 1 insert, typescript with holograph corrrections. With note, "2nd copy."
Box 47, Folder 19

Thalberg, Irving 1936 Sep 27

Note

Photocopy of published article, "Biggest Man in Movies - Name Never on Screen" by Jim Tully, Milwaukee Journal.
Box 34, Folder 17

Three Gamblers (The) no date

Note

9 pages, typescript. Re Josef von Sternberg, Douglas Fairbanks and George Arthur. With clipped article.
Box 34, Folder 18

Three Most Interesting Women in Hollywood (The) 1935 Sep 28

Note

11 pages, typescript and another copy. Re Ginger Rogers, Janet Gaynor and Zasu Pitts.
Box 47, Folder 20

Todd, Thelma no date

Note

"Was Thelma Todd Murdered?," 9 pages, typescript.
Box 47, Folder 21

Todd, Thelma 1935 Dec 31

Note

"Was Thelma Todd Murdered?," 9 pages, typescript(carbon). With note, "K.T. Dec 31- 35 Lavell."
Box 47, Folder 22

Todd, Thelma no date

Note

"Was Thelma Todd Murdered?," 9 pages, typescript(carbon).
Box 47, Folder 23

Tracy, Spencer 1936-1937

Note

"Spencer Tracy," 9 pages, typescript(carbon). Photocopy of published article, "He Had Half a Dress Suit," This Week, Noveber 15, 1936, and clipped article, "Spencer Tracy", The Scribbler, February 1937, reprinted from This Week.
Box 113, Folder 37

Tracy, Spencer 1936, no date

Note

Biographical information from Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios.
Box 47, Folder 24

Tucker, Sophie no date

Note

Biographical information, 4 items.
Box 47, Folder 25

Tully, Jim 1935 Jun

Note

Clipped article, "Jim Tully Talks -- Not for Publication," Motion Picture, June 1935, and photocopy.
Box 47, Folder 26

Tully, Jim no date

Note

"Portrait of Jim Tully Talking to Himself," 2 pages, typescript.
Box 47, Folder 27

Tully, Jim 1936

Note

Clipped article, "Winchell, Tully, Benchley, Loos, Report on 'Romeo'," (reviews of Romeo and Juliet, produced by Irving Thalberg), Hollywood Reporter, July 16, 1936, and photocopy.
Box 47, Folder 28

Valentino, Rudolph no date

Note

Biographical information, 3 items.
Box 47, Folder 29

Valentino, Rudolph 1935 Nov 16

Note

Clipped article (incomplete), "Laughter and Tears in Hollywood" by Jim Tully, Picturegoer Weekly, and photocopy.
Box 47, Folder 30

Valentino, Rudolph no date

Note

Clipped article, "But Women Adore Him -- and Say Why" by Jim Tully in an unidentified publication. With photocopy.
Box 47, Folder 31

Valentino, Rudolph 1926 Oct

Note

"Rudolph Valentinto," 10 pages (variously numbered), typescript in red with holograph corrections. With clipped article, Vanity Fair, October 1926, and photocopy.
Box 128, Folder 17

Valentino, Rudolph no date

Note

"Beauty in Women by Rudolph Valentino" [as told to Jim Tully]." 3 pages, typescript with holograph corrections.
Box 47, Folder 32

Valli, Virginia 1927 Mar

Note

Clipped article, "Virginia Valli" by Jim Tully, Vanity Fair, March 1927, and photocopy.
Box 47, Folder 33

Vaughn, Alberta no date

Note

Biographical information, 1 item.
Box 47, Folder 34

Vidor, Florence no date

Note

Biographical information, 1 item.
Box 47, Folder 35

Vidor, Florence no date

Note

"Florence Vidor," 2 pages, typescript with holograph corrections.
Box 47, Folder 36

Vidor, King no date

Note

1 page, no date.
Box 47, Folder 37

Vidor, King no date

Note

"King Vidor," 8 pages, typescript with holograph corrections. Written on verso of Charlie Chaplin Film Company letterhead.
Box 47, Folder 38

Vidor, King no date

Note

"King Vidor," 8 pages and 1 page insert, typescript with holograph corrrections. Written on verso of Charlie Chaplin Film Company letterhead.
Box 47, Folder 39

Vidor, King 1926 Jun

Note

"King Vidor," 7 pages, typescript(carbon). With clipped article, Vanity Fair, June 1926, and photocopy.
Box 47, Folder 43

Washburn, Bryant no date

Note

Biographical information, 1 item.
Box 47, Folder 40

West, Mae 1933 and no date

Note

Biographical information, 4 items, and 1 envelope of clippings.
Box 47, Folder 41

West, Mae 1933 Nov 8

Note

"Mae West," 6 pages (variously numbered), typescript with holograph corrections.
Box 47, Folder 42

West, Mae no date

Note

"Mae West," 6 pages, typescript.
Box 47, Folder 44

What Alice Might Have Seen in the Wonderland of Films no date

Note

2 pages, typescript with holograph corrections.
Box 47, Folder 45

Wheeler, Bert 1934 Feb 11

Note

"Bert Wheeler," 4 pages, typescript, and 1 page shorthand notes.
Box 47, Folder 46

Why I Live in Hollywood 1930 Dec

Note

By Jim Tully, clipped article, Hollywood Magazine(?), December 1930, and photocopy.
Box 47, Folder 47

Wills, Helen 1926 Sep

Note

Biographical information, 1 item. Interview with J.B. Kennedy for Collier's.
Box 47, Folder 48

Wills, Helen 1928 Jun

Note

'"Helen Wills," 13 pages, typescript with holograph corrrections. With clipped article, College Humor, June 1928, and photocopy.
Box 47, Folder 49

Wilson, Herb 1926 Mar

Note

Clipped article, "Herb Wilson -- A Modern Jekyll-Hyde" by Jim Tully, Fawcett's, March 1926, and photocopy.
Box 47, Folder 50

Winchell, Walter no date

Note

"Batting for Walter Winchell." 4 pages, typescript with holograph corrections.
Box 47, Folder 51

Winchell, Walter no date

Note

"Batting for Walter Winchell," 5 pages, typescript(carbon). With note, "Not edited."
Box 47, Folder 52

Winchell, Walter no date

Note

"Batting for Walter Winchell," 4 pages, typescript.
Box 47, Folder 53

Winchell, Walter no date

Note

"Batting for Walter Winchell," 4 pages, typescript(carbon).
Box 47, Folder 54

Winchell, Walter no date

Note

"Batting for Walter Winchell," 4 pages, typescript(carbon).
Box 47, Folder 55

Winchell, Walter no date

Note

"Watching Winchell," 5 pages, typescript with holograph corrections.
Box 48, Folder 1

Winchell, Walter 1942 Nov 19

Note

"Walter Winchell," 4 pages, typescript witih holograph corrections. With note, "Nov. 19-42."
Box 48, Folder 2

Winchell, Walter 1942 Dec 12

Note

"Walter Winchell," 11 pages, typescript with holograph corrections. With note, "December 12-42."
Box 48, Folder 3

Winchell, Walter 1942 Dec 26

Note

"Walter Winchell," 12 pages, typescript(carbon). With note, "File -- Dec 26/1942."
Box 48, Folder 4

Winchell, Walter 1942 Dec 26

Note

"Walter Winchell," 13 pages and 1 page insert, typescript(carbon). With note, "Dec 26/1942. copy sent to N.Y. … to DuBois."
Box 94, Folder 17

Winchell, Walter no date

Note

12 pages, typescript. "Walter Winchell" by James Tully.
Box 127, Folder 8

Winchell, Walter 1937

Note

"Walter Winchell" by JT, alternate title is "Watching Winchell." 2 pages, incomplete.
Box 48, Folder 5

Withers, Jane no date

Note

Biographical information, 1 item.
Box 48, Folder 6

Withers, Jane no date

Note

"Jane Withers," 13 pages and 1 page insert, holograph.
Box 48, Folder 7

Withers, Jane 1936 Jul 10

Note

"Jane Withers," 8 pages, typescript with holograph corrections.
Box 48, Folder 8

Withers, Jane 1936 Jul 10

Note

"Jane Withers," 6 pages, typescript(carbon). With note, "July10/36. T.W. -- Lavell."
Box 54, Folder 21

Withers, Jane 1936 Oct

Note

Issue of Screen Pictorial, with "Small Wonder!" by Jim Tully, pages 14, 55.
Box 50, Folder 48

Woolsey, Robert 1934 Feb 10

Note

"Robert Woolsey" [by Jim Tully], 6 pages, typescript with holograph corrrections.
Box 106, Folder 18

Woolsey, Robert no date

Note

6 pages, typescript. "2nd copy."
Box 48, Folder 9

Yezierska, Anzia 1925 Mar

Note

Clipped article, "A Writer Who Rose from Despair" by Jim Tully, Story World, March 1925, 2 copies and 1 photocopy.
Box 48, Folder 10

Young, Loretta 1933 Nov 10

Note

"Loretta Young," 9 pages (variously numbered), typescript and holograph.
Box 48, Folder 11

Young, Loretta 1935

Note

"Loretta Young," 9 pages and 2 pages of quotes, typescript(carbon) and typescript. With photocopy of published article, "She Wouldn't Cry," This Week, January 17, 1935.
Box 48, Folder 12

Young, Loretta 1936 Nov 20

Note

"Loretta Young," 7 pages, typescript with holograph corrections.
Box 48, Folder 13

Young, Loretta 1936 Nov 22

Note

"Loretta Young," 7 pages, typescript(carbon) and another carbon copy. With notes on both copies, "Nov. 22-1936. T.W. -- Lavell."
Box 50, Folder 49

Young, Loretta 1933 and no date

Note

Biographical information, 5 items.
Box 48, Folder 13

Zanuck, Darryl 1937 Jan

Note

"Zanuck statements," 4 pages, typescript.
Box 48, Folder 14

Zanuck, Darryl no date

Note

"By Darryl F. Zanuck", 4 pages, typescript.
Box 48, Folder 15

Zanuck, Darryl no date

Note

"Producing Pictures" by Darryl F. Zanuck [as told to Jim Tully?], 9 pages, typescript and holograph.
Box 48, Folder 16

Zanuck, Darryl no date

Note

Biographical information, 2 items.
Box 48, Folder 17

Zukor, Adolph no date

Note

Biographical information, 2 items.
 

Celebrity profiles - research material

Box 84, Folder 14

Charlie Chaplin Producing Greatest Comedy no date

Note

Typed manuscript titled "Chaplin Producing Greatest Comedy."
Box 85, Folder 14

Charlie Chaplin Producing Greatest Comedy no date

Note

Typed manuscript of the article "Chaplin Producing Greatest Comedy," author unknown.
Box 85, Folder 13

Charlie Chaplin Stages Great Spectacle High In Sierra Mountains no date

Note

Press release from Charles E. Moyer, United Artists Corporation. Mimeograph.
Box 85, Folder 2

Notes -Charlie Chaplin's House no date

Note

Tully's notes on Charlie Chaplin's home. Holograph.
Box 85, Folder 1

Photographs -Charlie Chaplin's House no date

Note

Photographss of Charlie Chaplin's home in Beverly Hills, including exterior front and rear views, floor plan.
 

Contracts

Box 107, Folder 10

Laughter in Hell 1932 July 8

Note

2 pages. Print contract between Jim Tully and Albert & Charles Boni Inc for the publishing of Laughter in Hell. Signed by Albert Boni.
Box 135, Folder 13

Agreement between Edward D, Lyman and Jim Tully for foreword and introduction for The Parole Scandal by Martin Mooney 1939 Jul

Box 135, Folder 10

Agreement between Jim Tully and Hollywood Records 1939 Aug 1

Note

With an earlier unsigned copy.
Box 135, Folder 11

Agreement between Jim Tully and Ivan Kahn for professional representation 1939 May 10

Note

With an earlier unsigned copy.
Box 107, Folder 6

Beggars Abroad 1929 May

Note

3 pages, typescript(carbon). Contract between Jim Tully and Doubleday Doran & Co Inc. for the publishing of Beggars Abroad. 2 copies.
Box 107, Folder 11

Beggars Abroad 1929 May 20

Note

4 pages, typescript(signed). Signed by John J. Hessian for Doubleday, not signed by JT.
Box 107, Folder 1

Beggars of Life (film) 1928 Feb 3

Note

3 pages, typescript(carbon). Contract with Paramount Famous Lasky Corporation for screen treatment of Jim Tully's book Beggars of Life, signed and notarized. With 1) letter to JT from B.P. Schulberg, 9 Feb 1928, typescript(carbon) signed by both JT and Schulberg, 2) Letter to JT from J.J. Gain, signed by J.J. Gain, 18 June 1928, typescript(carbon) 3) letter to Jim Tully, signed Henry Herzbrun, typescript, July 5, 1928.
Box 107, Folder 12

Blood Money no date

Note

2 pages, typescript. Not signed.
Box 107, Folder 3

Blood on the Moon 1931 Sep 29

Note

2 pages, typescript(carbon). Contract between Jim Tully and M. Louis Querelle for the publishing of Blood on the Moon in a French translation. With unidentified signature (Querelle)?
Box 107, Folder 4

Blood on the Moon 1930 Jun 18

Note

3 pages, typescript(carbon). Contract between Jim Tully and Coward McCann Inc for the publishing of Blood on the Moon. Signed Thomas R. Coward, Pres.
Box 135, Folder 16

Bruiser (The) statements re payments and royalties from publishers 1938, 1939, 1943

Box 107, Folder 9

Charlie Chaplin 1926 Sep 1

Note

2 pages. Print contract between Jim Tully and Albert & Charles Boni Inc to publish serially and in book form a book concerning Charlie Chaplin.
Box 107, Folder 8

Circus Parade 1927 Apr 8

Note

2 pages. Print contract between Jim Tully and Albert & Charles Boni Inc for the publishing of Circus Parade, signed by Charles Boni and JT.
Box 135, Folder 11

Contract for one year representation by Ivan Kahn, unsigned 1935 Apr 12

Box 135, Folder 15

Documents re payments and royalties from publishers 1920-1937

Box 135, Folder 14

Dozen and One (A) agreement between Jim Tully and Murray & Gee, Inc., signed 1942 Dec 16

Box 107, Folder 7

Jarnegan 1926 Apr 17

Note

2 pages. Print contract between Jim Tully and Albert & Charles Boni Inc for the publishing of Jarnegan, signed by Albert Boni and JT.
Box 135, Folder 17

Ladies in the Parlor - lawsuit brought against Greenberg Publications by the state of New York for publishing indecent material 1935 Oct 22

Box 107, Folder 2

List of contracts no date

Note

2 pages, typescript. List of JT's contracts with Albert & Charles Boni Inc, James Cruze Inc, Samuel J. Friedman, Doubleday & Doran Inc, Coward McCann Inc, Greenberg Publisher, Frank Scully, Louis Querelle, Alfred A. Knopf Ltd.
Box 135, Folder 9

Passing Strangers contract with Lasky Studios and related documents 1926-1928

Box 135, Folder 12

Proposed agreement between Jim Tully and Hoffman-Schlager, Inc. for professional representation 1935

Note

With related correspondence.
Box 107, Folder 5

Shadows of Men 1930 June

Note

2 pages, typescript(carbon). Contract between Jim Tully and Louis Querelle for the publishing of Shadows of Men in a French translation. With unidentified signature (Querelle)?
Box 107, Folder 13

Vagabonds and Thieves 1929 Nov

Note

1 page typescript letter to JT and 6 mimeographed copies of Assignment of Copyright to JT for stories published in the American Mercury: Thieves and Vagabonds, Sapping Day, A California Holiday, Bull Horrors, Jailbirds, Jungle Justice, The Giver of Life.
Box 107, Folder 14

Vagabonds and Thieves 1929 May 20

Note

4 pages, typescript(carbon). Initialled and signed by John H. Hessian for Doubleday, not signed by JT.
 

Endorsements

Box 135, Folder 8

Advertising copy for Eberhard Faber 1929 Jan

Box 135, Folder 26

Advertising for Smith & Corona typewriters 1937 Nov 27

Note

Clipped ads from Collier's magazine and the Saturday Evening Post.
 

Film Reviews

Box 130, Folder 1

Magic Skin (The) no date

Note

Review of film adaptation of Balzac's The Magic Skin, with his grandniece, Jeanne De Balzac, in the cast.
 

Hewes, Robert E.

Box 109, Folder 20

Eulogy for Robert E. Hewes no date

Note

1 page, typescript. Jim Tully's eulogy for Robert E. Hewes, beginning "Gentlemen - who make the dumb speak - a word …" With carbon copy.
 

Hewes, Robert E. (Collaboration with)

Box 109, Folder 19

Moods no date

Note

8 pages, typescript. Collection of poems by both Jim Tully and Robert E. Hewes.
 

Lawsuit

Box 135, Folder 7

Tully v. Howard, et al re unauthorized publicity for the film "Home Town", aka "Back Door Heaven" 1939

Note

Documents related to the lawsuit.
 

Letters to the Editor

Box 126, Folder 23

Dear Editor 1940 Jan

Note

Complete issue of the Monthly Letter, Connecticut State Prison publication "devoted to the inmates' benefit." Tully's letter is on page 25.
Box 130, Folder 20

Dear Rob … [Script Magazine] 1933 Oct 7

Note

Rebuttal to a letter written on behalf of Charlie Chaplin.
Box 126, Folder 22

Letter (A) 1938 May

Note

Complete issue of the Monthly Letter, Connecticut State Prison publication "devoted to the inmates' benefit." Tully's letter is on page 2.
Box 126, Folder 24

On Reading "The Collected Poems of Bruce Kapustka" 1942 Jun

Note

Complete issue of The Kapustkan, An American Journal of Dynamic Democracy. Tully's letter is on page 22.
Box 134, Folder 15

Open Letter (The) 1938 Apr 22

Note

Complete issue of The Presidio, monthly for the inmates of the Iowa State Prison, Fort Madison. Vol. 5, no. 5 (July 1938). Tully's letter re prison reform is reprinted here, originally appeared in the Monthly Record.
 

Non-fiction

Box 131, Folder 4

Adventures in Interviewing no date

Note

Various pages.
Box 131, Folder 5

Adventures in Interviewing no date

Note

Various chapters.
Box 133, Folder 5

Adventures in Interviewing no date

Note

Re Laura Raley. 1 page only.
Box 60, Folder 4

Beggars Abroad 1930-1931

Note

Folder (1 of 3). Clippings regarding research and publication of Jim Tully's book Beggars Aboard.
Box 60, Folder 5

Beggars Abroad no date

Note

Folder (2 of 3). Clippings regarding the reviews of Jim Tully's book Beggars Abroad.
Box 60, Folder 6

Beggars Abroad 1930 Nov

Note

Folder (3 of 3). Clippings regarding the reviews of Jim Tully's book Beggars Abroad.
Box 69, Folder 1

Beggars Abroad 1930

Note

Chapters 1-12 Typescript with holograph corrections. Some pages renumbered.
Box 69, Folder 2

Beggars Abroad 1930

Note

Chapters 1-11, 14, 27 [no chapters 12, 13]. Typescript (1 of 2).
Box 69, Folder 3

Beggars Abroad 1930

Note

Chapters 13-24 (2 of 2). Typescript with holograph corrections. Some pages renumbered.
Box 69, Folder 4

Beggars Abroad 1930

Note

Chapter 10 "A Master of Irish Daughter" variant title and text.
Box 69, Folder 5

Beggars Abroad 1930

Note

Chapter 14 ,"A Brother of Chaos."
Box 69, Folder 6

Beggars Abroad 1930

Note

Chapter 16, 17-29 (no 15). Typescript.
Box 69, Folder 7

Beggars Abroad 1930

Note

Various pages.
Box 123, Folder 10

Beggars Abroad 1929-1930

Note

Clipped articles.
Box 127, Folder 11

Brigands and Bruisers no date

Note

Table of contents, typescript.
Box 100, Folder 24

Dictionary of Circus Slang no date

Note

List of circus slang compiled and defined by Jim Tully. 6 pages holograph. With a 7 page typescript(carbon) copy.
Box 122, Folder 1

Dillinger no date

Note

3 chapters of a proposed book on Dillinger?
Box 62, Folder 8

Dozen and One (A) 1943

Note

Clippings regarding Jim Tully's book A Dozen and One.
Box 90, Folder 6

Dozen and One (A) no date

Note

Typescript and holograph.
Box 123, Folder 18

Dozen and One (A) no date

Note

Clipped articles.
Box 127, Folder 22

Dozen and One (A) no date

Note

Chapter 25 re Wilson Mizner.
Box 151, Folder 1

Dozen and One (A) 1943

Note

Box 151 is an oversize flat box, 20" x 24" x 3." Clippings.
Box 135, Folder 1

Dozen and One (A) copyright certificate 1943

Box 122, Folder 2

Who Killed Dillinger? 1939 Aug 3

Note

First copy. ca. 140 pages. Typescript with holograph corrections.
Box 122, Folder 3

Who Killed Dillinger? no date

Note

164 pages.
Box 122, Folder 4

Who Killed Dillinger? no date

Note

103 pages, typescript. With clippings re Harry Makley.
 

Novels

Box 129, Folder 10

[A Story of Hollywood?] no date

Note

Holograph chapters, incomplete.
Box 130, Folder 9

[Coal mining story] no date

Note

Various pages and chapters.
Box 84, Folder 12

Alexander (Medicine Making) no date

Note

Folder (1 of 2). Manuscript of Alexander (Medicine Making) by Jim Tully.
Box 84, Folder 13

Alexander (Medicine Making) no date

Note

Folder (2 of 2). Manuscript of Alexiander (Medicine Making) by Jim Tully.
Box 86, Folder 2

All or Nothing (Inside the Ropes) 1935

Note

Typescript. With holograph note, "Old copy - Sept. 1, 1935."
Box 60, Folder 3

Beggars in Europe 1929 June

Note

Clippings regarding research and publication of Jim Tully's book Beggars in Europe.
Box 123, Folder 11

Beggars of Life 1928-1929

Note

Clipped articles.
Box 126, Folder 8

Beggars of Life no date

Note

Various pages and chapters.
Box 132, Folder 7

Beggars of Life no date

Note

Typescript and holograph.
Box 133, Folder 15

Beggars of Life no date

Note

Various chapters.
Box 134, Folder 2

Beggars of Life 1921 Oct 12

Note

Text of review from the Galveston Texas News.
Box 133, Folder 8

Beggars of Life - adapted for the screen by Benjamin Glazerdof no date

Note

Typescript(carbon).
Box 134, Folder 4

Beggars of Life - radio script submitted to Jim Tully by Tom Kennedy 1939 Jan 30

Note

9 pages, typescript.
Box 134, Folder 3

Beggars of Life - radio treatment submitted by Tom Kennedy 1939 May 5

Note

12 pages, typescript(carbon). With quote from Rupert Hughes' review in the New York Evening Post.
Box 60, Folder 12

Biddy Brogan's Boy 1941 Nov-Sep

Note

Clippings regarding Jim Tully's book Biddy Brogan's Boy.
Box 105, Folder 1

Biddy Brogan's Boy 1941 Jul

Note

Pages 1-54. Incomplete first draft. Holograph and typescript.
Box 105, Folder 2

Biddy Brogan's Boy 1941 Jul

Note

Pages 57-105. Incomplete first draft. Holograph and typescript.
Box 105, Folder 3

Biddy Brogan's Boy 1941 Jul

Note

Pages 106-204a. Incomplete first draft. Holograph and typescript.
Box 105, Folder 4

Biddy Brogan's Boy 1941 Jul

Note

Pages 205-336. Incomplete first draft. Holograph and typescript.
Box 105, Folder 5

Biddy Brogan's Boy 1941 Jul

Note

Pages 289-546. Incomplete first draft. Holograph and typescript.
Box 105, Folder 6

Biddy Brogan's Boy 1941 Jul

Note

Pages 546-665. Incomplete first draft. Holograph and typescript.
Box 126, Folder 9

Biddy Brogan's Boy no date

Note

Various pages.
Box 126, Folder 16

Biddy Brogan's Boy no date

Note

Galley proofs.
Box 134, Folder 5

Biddy Brogan's Boy no date

Note

Various pages and chapters.
Box 134, Folder 6

Biddy Brogan's Boy no date

Note

Various pages and chapters.
Box 149, Folder 1

Biddy Brogan's Boy - scrapbook 1942

Note

Box 149 is an oversize flat box, 13" x 15" x 3."
Box 60, Folder 7

Blood on the Moon no date

Note

Folder (1 of 2). Clippings regarding research, publication, and reviews of Jim Tully's book Blood on the Moon.
Box 60, Folder 8

Blood on the Moon no date

Note

Folder (2 of 2). Clippings regarding research, publication, and reviews of Jim Tully's book Blood on the Moon.
Box 61, Folder 9

Blood on the Moon 1931

Note

Clippings regarding Jim Tully's book Blood on the Moon.
Box 115, Folder 8

Blood on the Moon 1931 Jun 20

Note

Complete issue of Rob Wagner's Script, vol. V, no. 123, with review of Blood on the Moon, p. 4-5.
Box 123, Folder 14

Blood on the Moon no date

Note

Clipped articles.
Box 134, Folder 10

Blood on the Moon - MGM Reader's Report by John Senn 1931 May 1

Box 61, Folder 10

Bruiser (The) 1935-1936

Note

Clippings and ephemera regarding Jim Tully's book The Bruiser.
Box 62, Folder 8

Bruiser (The) 1936-1937

Note

Clippings regarding Jim Tully's book The Bruiser.
Box 70, Folder 1

Bruiser (The) no date

Note

2 copies of synopsis. Typescript and typescript(carbon). 20 pages each.
Box 70, Folder 2

Bruiser (The) 1936 Aug 24

Note

Pages from chapter 10 with note "Deleted from book Aug 24 36." 4 pages and a fragment.
Box 70, Folder 3

Bruiser (The) no date

Note

Galleys.
Box 70, Folder 4

Bruiser (The) no date

Note

Chapters 1-13. Typescript and typescript(carbon) with holograph corrections. (1 of 2).
Box 70, Folder 5

Bruiser (The) no date

Note

Chapters 14-36. Typscript and typescript(carbon) with holograph connections. (2 of 2).
Box 70, Folder 6

Bruiser (The) no date

Note

Various pages, typescript and holograph (1 of 3).
Box 70, Folder 7

Bruiser (The) no date

Note

Various pages, typescript and holograph (2 of 3).
Box 70, Folder 8

Bruiser (The) no date

Note

Various pages, typescript and holograph (3of 3).
Box 70, Folder 9

Bruiser (The) no date

Note

A dramatic outline novel to be published May 1936. Typescript and holograph. Pages 1- 6, 6a, 7-9.
Box 70, Folder 12

Bruiser (The) 20 Dec 1936

Note

Suggested screen treatment by Arthur Ripley. 1 page, typescript.
Box 115, Folder 9

Bruiser (The) no date

Note

Publicity "blurb" for JT's novel, The Bruiser, written by Gene Fowler.
Box 123, Folder 15

Bruiser (The) 1936-1938

Note

Clipped articles.
Box 126, Folder 10

Bruiser (The) no date

Note

Various pages.
Box 129, Folder 6

Bruiser (The) no date

Note

Various pages and chapters.
Box 131, Folder 7

Bruiser (The) no date

Note

Various pages.
Box 131, Folder 8

Bruiser (The) no date

Note

Partial holograph and typescript manuscript.
Box 133, Folder 10

Bruiser (The) 1938

Note

Complete issue of Manuscript, Motion Pictures of Tomorrow, vol. 2, no. 1, with excerpt from Tully's The Bruiser, pages 3-223.
Box 138, Folder 25

Bruiser (The) no date

Note

Various chapters, mostly holograph.
Box 138, Folder 26

Bruiser (The) no date

Note

Various chapters, mostly holograph.
Box 138, Folder 27

Bruiser (The) no date

Note

Various chapters, holograph and typescript.
Box 138, Folder 28

Bruiser (The) no date

Note

Various chapters, holograph and typescript.
Box 70, Folder 10

Bruiser (The) - film no date

Note

Outline of a photoplay based on the novel by Jim Tully. Adaptation by Leslie Balogh Bain. 2 copies, typescript and typescript(carbon), 21 pages each.
Box 70, Folder 11

Bruiser (The) - film no date

Note

Arthur Ripley's memorandum to Jim Tully on treatment of the Bruiser's adaptation to film. 2 copies, typescript 7 pages.
Box 71, Folder 1

Children of Thieves no date

Note

Chapters 1-14.
Box 71, Folder 2

Children of Thieves no date

Note

Chapters 1-21.
Box 71, Folder 3

Children of Thieves no date

Note

Typescript and holograph manuscript of chapters 1-10 and 13-19.
Box 71, Folder 4

Children of Thieves no date

Note

Typescript and holograph manuscript of chapters 1-23 . Folder (1 of 2).
Box 71, Folder 5

Children of Thieves no date

Note

Chapters 6, 8-22, 37, and 40. Typescript, typescript(carbon) and holograph. 2 copies of chapter 13. Folder (2 of 2).
Box 71, Folder 6

Children of Thieves 1939 March

Note

Typescript and holograph manuscript of chapters 1-11, 3 copies of chapter 8.
Box 71, Folder 7

Children of Thieves 1938 August

Note

Various chapters, foreword, etc. Typescript, typescript(carbon), holograph. With holograph note, "Sent Howland - Sept 6 '38."
Box 122, Folder 25

Children of Thieves no date

Note

9 pages, typescript.
Box 130, Folder 7

Children of Thieves no date

Note

8 pages, typescript(carbon).
Box 131, Folder 9

Children of Thieves no date

Note

Holograph pages of a portion of the manuscript.
Box 71, Folder 8

Children of Thieves - Play no date

Note

Holograph manuscript of Act 1, scenes 1 and 2.
Box 71, Folder 9

Children of Thieves - Play no date

Note

Typed manuscript of Act 1, scenes 1-3. Two copies of Scenes 2 and 3.
Box 131, Folder 10

Children of Thieves - stage treatment no date

Note

Holograph pages, incomplete.
Box 131, Folder 11

Children of Thieves - synopsis no date

Note

8 pages.
Box 61, Folder 1

Circus Parade no date

Note

Clippings regarding Jim Tully's book Circus Parade. Folder (1 of 4).
Box 61, Folder 2

Circus Parade no date

Note

Clippings regarding Jim Tully's book Circus Parade. Folder (2 of 4).
Box 61, Folder 3

Circus Parade no date

Note

Clippings regarding Jim Tully's book Circus Parade. Folder (3 of 4).
Box 61, Folder 4

Circus Parade no date

Note

Clippings regarding Jim Tully's book Circus Parade. Folder (4 of 4)/
Box 102, Folder 7

Circus Parade no date

Note

Typescript, holograph and typescript(carbon). Folder (1 of 2).
Box 102, Folder 8

Circus Parade no date

Note

Typescript, holograph and typescript(carbon). Folder (2 of 2).
Box 123, Folder 16

Circus Parade 1927-1930

Note

Clipped articles.
Box 126, Folder 11

Circus Parade no date

Note

Chapter 20, "Later."
Box 128, Folder 18

Circus Parade no date

Note

Chapters 8, 9, 12, 14, 15. Typescript.
Box 130, Folder 8

Circus Parade 1927

Note

Literary Guild correspondence re orders, advertising campaign.
Box 123, Folder 17

Circus Parade - banned book list 1930

Note

Clipped articles.
Box 131, Folder 12

Circus Parade - dialogue draft for film version? no date

Note

ca. 50 pages, typescript(carbon).
Box 138, Folder 5

Circus Parade - The Lion Tamer no date

Note

10 pages, typescript.
Box 135, Folder 5

Circus Parade film rights 1927 Oct

Note

Unsigned contract between Albert & Charles Boni, Inc. and Clarence Brown.
Box 135, Folder 6

Circus Parade film rights 1927 Oct

Note

Unsigned contract between Jim Tully and Clarence Brown. 2 copies.
Box 62, Folder 10

Emmett Lawler 1922

Note

Clippings regarding Jim Tully's book Emmett Lawler.
Box 114, Folder 12

Emmett Lawler no date

Note

"Suggestions for the revision of the adaptation of Emmett Lawler" for stage or screen adaptation, 2 copies. 1 copy lacks pages 18-21.
Box 114, Folder 13

Emmett Lawler no date

Note

Act III, scene I of stage adaptation of Emmett Lawler. With note, "for copy loaned Al Lewin."
Box 114, Folder 14

Emmett Lawler no date

Note

Synopsis for adaptation as a film, author unknown. 5 pages, typescript.
Box 123, Folder 19

Emmett Lawler no date

Note

Clipped article.
Box 152, Folder 12

Emmett Lawler 1922

Note

Page proofs.
Box 152, Folder 13

Emmett Lawler no date

Note

Galley proofs.
Box 152, Folder 14

Emmett Lawler no date

Note

Adaptation for the screen by Paul Gangelin, Universal Pictures. "Revision for adaptation."
Box 138, Folder 6

Emmett Lawler - notes re St. Mary's, Ohio and Irish families no date

Box 128, Folder 19

Glass House [Jarnegan?] no date

Note

Various chapters.
Box 128, Folder 21

Glass Houses no date

Note

Subtitle: A realistic novel of Hollywood.
Box 128, Folder 22

Glass Houses no date

Note

Various chapters.
Box 114, Folder 11

God Loves the Irish no date

Note

2 copies of the play with "Samuel French Plays" covers.
Box 72, Folder 1

Half Sister of the Lord no date

Note

Pages 1-22 and 27-116. Typescript and holograph.
Box 72, Folder 2

Half Sister of the Lord no date

Note

Lists alternate title "A Sister of Christ." Characterization. Typescript witih holograph corrections.
Box 72, Folder 3

Half Sister of the Lord no date

Note

Outline. Typescript.
Box 72, Folder 4

Half Sister of the Lord no date

Note

Outline - missing part of page 1. Typescript(carbon).
Box 72, Folder 5

Half Sister of the Lord no date

Note

Synopsis. Lists subtitle "The Story of a Sentimental Woman. Typescript.
Box 72, Folder 6

Half Sister of the Lord no date

Note

Chapters 1-3 and 19. Typescript with holograph corrections.
Box 72, Folder 7

Half Sister of the Lord no date

Note

Synopsis. Typescript with some corrections.
Box 72, Folder 8

Half Sister of the Lord no date

Note

Pages with the note "Leo T. Bye & Co 825 Fifth Ave NY 258 S. Carmelina Ave." Typescript.
Box 72, Folder 9

Half Sister of the Lord no date

Note

Various pages. Typescript and holograph. Folder (1 of 2).
Box 72, Folder 10

Half Sister of the Lord no date

Note

Various pages. Typescript and holograph. Folder (2 of 2).
Box 73, Folder 1

Half Sister of the Lord no date

Note

Unidentified chapters, partial. Typescript and holograph. Folder (1 of 2).
Box 73, Folder 2

Half Sister of the Lord no date

Note

Unidentified chapters, partial. Typescript and holograph. Folder (2 of 2).
Box 73, Folder 3

Half Sister of the Lord 1937 Feb 2

Note

Taviner [version?]. Primarily holograph, with typescript and typescript(carbon). Folder (1 of 4).
Box 73, Folder 4

Half Sister of the Lord 1937 Feb 2

Note

Taviner [version?]. Primarily holograph, with typescript and typescript(carbon). Folder (2 of 4).
Box 73, Folder 5

Half Sister of the Lord 1937 Feb 2

Note

Taviner [version?]. Primarily holograph, with typescript and typescript(carbon). Folder (3 of 4).
Box 73, Folder 6

Half Sister of the Lord 1937 Feb 2

Note

Taviner [version?]. Typescript, typescript(carbon). Folder (4 of 4).
Box 74, Folder 1

Half Sister of the Lord 1937 Feb 22

Note

Chapters 1-3. Typescript and holograph. Folder (1 of 3).
Box 74, Folder 2

Half Sister of the lord 1937 Feb 22

Note

Chapters 4-12. Typescript and holograph. Folder (2 of 3).
Box 74, Folder 3

Half Sister of the Lord 1937 Feb 22

Note

Chapters 13-20 . Typescript and holograph. Folder (3 of 3).
Box 74, Folder 4

Half Sister of the Lord 1937 Mar 21

Note

Letter from JT to George Clarke and outline. 2 carbon copies.
Box 74, Folder 5

Half Sister of the Lord 1937 May 13

Note

Chapters 1-6. Typescript and holograph. Folder (1 of 3).
Box 74, Folder 6

Half Sister of the Lord 1937 May 13

Note

Chapters 7-10 . Typescript and holograph. Folder (2 of 3).
Box 74, Folder 7

Half Sister of the Lord 1937 May 13

Note

Chapters 11-15. Typescript and holograph. Folder (3 of 3).
Box 75, Folder 1

Half Sister of the Lord 1937 April 13

Note

Holograph pages 1-9 of Half Sister of the Lord.
Box 75, Folder 2

Half Sister of the Lord 1937 July 25

Note

Chapters 1-4. Typescript and holograph. Folder (1 of 4).
Box 75, Folder 3

Half Sister of the Lord 1937 July 25

Note

Chapters 5-10. Typescript and holograph pages. Folder (2 of 4).
Box 75, Folder 4

Half Sister of the Lord 1937 July 25

Note

Chapters 11-17. Typescript and holograph pages. Folder (3 of 4).
Box 75, Folder 5

Half Sister of the Lord 1937 July 25

Note

Typescript and holograph pages. Folder (4 of 4).
Box 75, Folder 6

Half Sister of the Lord 1937 July 25

Note

Copied pages.
Box 75, Folder 7

Half Sister of the Lord no date

Note

Various holograph pages.
Box 75, Folder 8

Half Sister of the Lord no date

Note

Various holograph pages.
Box 75, Folder 9

Half Sister of the Lord no date

Note

Various holograph pages.
Box 68, Folder 1

Hollywood Decameron no date

Note

2 drafts of "A Hollywood Lawyer" by Jim Tully. One draft is missing page 2.
Box 68, Folder 2

Hollywood Decameron 1938

Note

3 drafts of "Lucky in Hollywood" with 2 earlier drafts titled "A Hollywood Celebration." Copyright Jan 1938, also dated June 27-30, 1940.
Box 68, Folder 3

Hollywood Decameron 1938

Note

1 draft of "A Cat in Hollywood," copyright 1938.
Box 68, Folder 4

Hollywood Decameron 1941

Note

"A Hollywood Firing Squad" is dated 1941, while an earlier draft "A Hollywood Mystery" is copyright 1938. The characters names and plot are the same, but the story is structured slightly differently.
Box 68, Folder 5

Hollywood Decameron 1941 Dec 9

Note

"A Hollywood Genius."
Box 68, Folder 6

Hollywood Decameron 1938 Feb 15

Note

Draft of "A Faun in Hollywood" dated Feb 15 1938, as well as a later draft called "For the Love of a Woman" dated 10 Nov 1942.
Box 68, Folder 7

Hollywood Decameron 1939 June 24

Note

3 drafts of "Marriage in Hollywood."
Box 68, Folder 8

Hollywood Decameron 1938

Note

1 draft of "A Memory in Hollywood" (c.1938) as well as another draft titled "A Harvest Memory" (no date) that was published in Esquire with an alternate ending.
Box 68, Folder 9

Hollywood Decameron 1938

Note

2 drafts of "An Exile in Hollywood."
Box 68, Folder 10

Hollywood Decameron 1938

Note

3 drafts of "A Wager in Hollywood."
Box 68, Folder 11

Hollywood Decameron 1938

Note

3 drafts of "Murder in Hollywood," also bought by the New York News and Chicago Tribune Syndicates. One scene pages 13-15 is word for word the same as a scene in "Test in Hollywood," but the plots are completely different.
Box 68, Folder 12

Hollywood Decameron 1938

Note

1 draft of "Test in Hollywood." One scene pages 13-16 is word for word the same as in "Murder in Hollywood," but no plot similarities. Also, 1 copy of an alternate draft titled "A Test in the Morning."
Box 68, Folder 13

Hollywood Decameron 1937 Jan 14

Note

4 drafts of "A Hollywood Interlude."
Box 68, Folder 14

Hollywood Decameron 1937

Note

3 drafts of "A Hollywood Samaritan" - there are two versions of the story - a shorter one where Tully himself is named as the narrator, and a longer one where the character names have been changed.
Box 87, Folder 7

Hollywood Decameron no date

Note

Typescript with holograph corrections.
Box 87, Folder 11

Hollywood Decameron 1936 April 25

Note

Draft of A Harvest Memory from Hollywood Decameron. Final copy. Typescript.
Box 87, Folder 12

Hollywood Decameron 1936 May 25

Note

Draft of A Harvest Memory from Hollywood Decameron. Typescript and holograph.
Box 109, Folder 1

Hollywood Decameron no date

Note

Incomplete manuscript. Typescript and holograph. Not collated.
Box 109, Folder 2

Hollywood Decameron 1938

Note

"A Winner In Hollywood" chapter from Hollywood Decameron. Typescript with holograph corrections. With 2 typescript(carbon) copies.
Box 109, Folder 3

Hollywood Decameron 1940 Feb 26

Note

"A Memory in Hollywood" from Hollywood Decameron. Typescript with holograph note mislabelling it as Jarnegan.
Box 109, Folder 4

Hollywood Decameron no date

Note

"A Faun in Hollywood" from Hollywood Decameron. 20 pages (misnumbered). Typescript and holograph. Regarding Robert Hewes.
Box 109, Folder 5

Hollywood Decameron 1938

Note

"A Faun in Hollywood." 19 pages & 20 pages. Typescript. 1 copy with label "Returned from legal, July 5, 1938" differs substantially in text from other versions.
Box 109, Folder 17

Hollywood Decameron no date

Note

17 pages, typescript. With 4 pages (2-5) of another copy written on verso of Thomas H. Ince Studios letterhead. Regarding Robert E. Hewes.
Box 109, Folder 22

Hollywood Decameron no date

Note

Chapters 12-17, and 1 partial unlabelled chapter. Typescript with two holograph notes reading "Jarnegan" and "Hollywood Decameron" respectively.
Box 109, Folder 23

Hollywood Decameron no date

Note

8 pages (not consecutively numbered). Typescript, typescript(carbon), holograph. 2 pages damaged (paper loss).
Box 109, Folder 24

Hollywood Decameron no date

Note

Various pages and chapters. Typescript with holograph corrections.
Box 109, Folder 25

Hollywood Decameron no date

Note

1 page, typescript with holograph corrections.
Box 109, Folder 26

Hollywood Decameron no date

Note

Various chapters. 1 chapter labelled "incomplete." another chapter labelled "Adentures in Hollywood." Possible chapters for Hollywood Decameron or Jarnegan?
Box 133, Folder 6

Hollywood Decameron no date

Note

Various chapters.
Box 138, Folder 13

Hollywood Decameron - notes on recording no date

Box 77, Folder 13

Hollywood House by Jim Tully and Crane Wilbur 1935 Aug 7

Note

By Jim Tully and Crane Wilbur. Typescript(carbon), 200 pages (some missing).
Box 122, Folder 15

Hollywood Samaritan (A) 1938 Jan 15

Note

Notice of registration with Library of Congress copyright office.
Box 88, Folder 1

Honor Among Thieves no date

Note

Table of contents for Books I-III.
Box 88, Folder 2

Honor Among Thieves no date

Note

Not collated. Typescript and typescript(carbon). Folder (1 of 2).
Box 88, Folder 3

Honor Among Thieves no date

Note

Not collated. Typescript and typescript(carbon). Folder (2 of 2).
Box 88, Folder 4

Honor Among Thieves 1935 March

Note

"Second best revision, original copy." Typescript and holograph. With brown paper wrapper addressed to JT, 4234 Navajo St. (End of Toluca Lake), North Hollywood.
Box 88, Folder 5

Honor Among Thieves no date

Note

Not collated. Typescript and holograph. Folder (1 of 2).
Box 88, Folder 6

Honor Among Thieves no date

Note

Not collated. Typescript with holograph corrections. Folder (2 of 2).
Box 89, Folder 1

Honor Among Thieves no date

Note

Chapters 1-16 and 19-22. Typescript, holograph, typescript(carbon).
Box 89, Folder 2

Honor Among Thieves no date

Note

Typescript with holograph notes.
Box 89, Folder 3

Honor Among Thieves 1938 Feb 23

Note

Chapters 1-20. Typescript and holograph.
Box 90, Folder 1

Honor Among Thieves 1938 Mar 5

Note

Typescript and holograph. Not collated. Folder (1 of 2).
Box 90, Folder 2

Honor Among Thieves 1938 Mar 5

Note

Typescript and holograph. Not collated. Folder (2 of 2).
Box 90, Folder 3

Honor Among Thieves 1938 Mar 12, Mar 25

Note

110 pages, typescript and holograph notes. Folder (1 of 2).
Box 90, Folder 4

Honor Among Thieves 1938 Mar 12, Mar 25

Note

Typescript with holograph corrections. Folder (2 of 2).
Box 90, Folder 5

Honor Among Thieves no date

Note

Typescript, typescript(carbon) with holograph corrections.
Box 132, Folder 6

Honor Among Thieves no date

Note

Chapters 20, 23. With note, "To be filed in Honor Among Thieves, June 9-36."
Box 62, Folder 3

Jarnegan 1926-1929

Note

Clippings regarding the publication of the book Jarnegan by Jim Tully. Folder (3 of 4).
Box 80, Folder 8

Jarnegan no date

Note

Typescript and holograph .
Box 80, Folder 9

Jarnegan no date

Note

Typescript and holograph.
Box 102, Folder 1

Jarnegan no date

Note

8 pages, holograph and typescript.
Box 102, Folder 4

Jarnegan no date

Note

Various chapters. Typescript, holograph and typescript(carbon). Much of it written on verso of various Charlie Chaplin Film Co. letterhead, Regal Pictures letterhead, and "Jim Tully, authorized biographer of Thomas H. Ince" letterhead.
Box 102, Folder 5

Jarnegan no date

Note

6 pages, typescript and typescript(carbon).
Box 102, Folder 6

Jarnegan no date

Note

Pages 222-239. Typescript of chapter, "Bitter as a Rose."
Box 108, Folder 1

Jarnegan 1936

Note

Incomplete manuscript. Typescript with holograph notes.
Box 108, Folder 2

Jarnegan no date

Note

Various pages and chapters. Typescript, holograph and typescript(carbon). Folder (1 of 3).
Box 108, Folder 3

Jarnegan no date

Note

Various pages and chapters. Typescript, holograph and typescript(carbon). Folder (2 of 3).
Box 108, Folder 4

Jarnegan no date

Note

Various pages and chapters. Typescript, holograph and typescript(carbon). Folder (3 of 3).
Box 108, Folder 7

Jarnegan no date

Note

Partial manuscript. Typescript and holograph.
Box 126, Folder 12

Jarnegan no date

Note

Various pages.
Box 126, Folder 13

Jarnegan no date

Note

Various chapters.
Box 152, Folder 3

Jarnegan - galley proofs no date