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Finding Aid for the Waldo Salt Papers, 1936-1987
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PRODUCED FILMS

 

COMING HOME (1978)

 

Awards

Box 19 , Folder 7

Programs and tickets for Academy awards ceremony and Writers Guild reception, April l979. 5 items.

Box 116 , Folder -

Writers Guild of America: Best Written American Drama Written Directly for the Screen, l978.

Box 117 , Folder -

Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences: Nomination for Best Screenplay, l978.

Box 117 , Folder -

Hollywood Foreign Press Association: Nomination for Best Screenplay, l978.

 

Clippings

Box 19 , Folder 6

Clippings from newspapers and magazines. Incl: interview with John Voight ("Rolling Stone", 5/31/79); articles on Jane Fonda and John Voight ("People", 6/26/78) and Ron Kovic (New York Times, 8/29/76). 7 items.

 

Correspondence

Box 19 , Folder 1

Legal correspondence with Jerome Hellman and Jane Fonda about Agreement to write, produce and release the film, l974-79. 30 items.

Box 19 , Folder 2

Financial correspondence concerning distribution of film, 1978-82. 13 items.

Box 19 , Folder 3

Legal correspondence concerning credit arbitration and other litigations. 25 items.

Box 19 , Folder 4

Letters and notes regarding research, reception and special screenings of the film. 18 items.

Box 19 , Folder 5

Congratulatory letters and telegrams for Academy and Writers Guild awards, April l979. 32 items.

 

Research Material

Box 19 , Folder 8

Tape transcript (2 tapes) of second interview with T. Hager, 1/11/74. 21p. (The tapes are in box 112).

Box 19 , Folder 9

Tape transcript of interview with Al Riate, 10/14/74. 74p. (The tape is in box 112).

Box 19 , Folder 10

Tape transcript of interview with Ron Kovic and Roger Steffens, 10/15/74. 71p. (The tape is in box 112).

Box 19 , Folder 11

Tape transcript of interview with Haskel Simoniwitz, 10/18/74. 36p. (The tape is in box 112).

Box 19 , Folder 12

Tape transcript of interview with David Carver, 10/23/74. 35p. (The tape is in box 112).

Box 19 , Folder 13

Tape transcript (2 tapes) of interview with Bill Hager, 10/29/74. 32p. (The tapes are in box 112).

Box 20 , Folder 1

Tape transcript (5 tapes) of interview with Bill Stroud, ll/5/74. 41p. (The tapes are in box 112).

Box 20 , Folder 2

Tape transcript of interview with T.Hager, ll/6/74. 62p. (The tape is in box 112).

Box 20 , Folder 3

Tape transcript of second interview with Ron Kovic, ll/8/74. 22p. (The tape is in box 112).

Box 20 , Folder 4

Tape transcript of interview with Joan Anderson, ll/13/74. 5p. (The tapes is in box 112).

Box 20 , Folder 5

Tape transcript (1 tape) of interview with Lydia McClosky, ll/16/74. 12p. (The tape is in box 112).

Box 20 , Folder 6

Tape transcript (1 tape) of interview with T.Hager, 7/25/75. 39p. (The tape is in box 112).

Box 20 , Folder 7

Tape transcript (1 tape) of interview with T.Hager, 8/7/75. 38p. (The tape is in box 112).

Box 20 , Folder 8

Tape transcript (3 tapes) of interview with Grace Richell, 10/7/75. 2 versions, one incl. clipping from magazine. 6lp. (The tapes are in box 112). 38p.

Box 20 , Folder 9

Tape transcript (1 tape) of interview with Wolthussen, 1/29/76. 2lp. (The tape is in box 112).

Box 20 , Folder 10

Transcript of a telephone conversation with Martia Lindley, 10/31/76. 8p. (The tape is in box 112).

Box 20 , Folder 11

Tape transcript (4 tapes) of interview with Roger [Steffens], n.d. 35p.

Box 21 , Folder -

"We live the problems. We work the answers" (brochure), n.d., 12p.

Box 21 , Folder -

Program of wheelchair sports event, Veterans Administration Hospital, Long Beach, California, October l6-l7, l976, 6p.

Box 21 , Folder -

"Camp Pendleton" (brochure), 63p.

Box 21 , Folder -

"Front Lines. Soldiers' Writings from Vietnam", 1975, 135p.

Box 21 , Folder -

"The New Soldier", ed. David Thorne and George Butler, 1971, 174p.

Box 21 , Folder -

"Ramparts. Vietnam Primer", 1965-66, 97p.

Box 21 , Folder -

"The Vietnam Veteran in Contemporary Society. Collected Materials Pertaining to the Young Veterans", May 1972, various pagings.

Box 21 , Folder -

"The Pleasure Chest Compendium of Amorous and Prurient Paraphernalia Erotica, Et Al" (catalogue), n.d., 109p.

Box 21 , Folder -

"Sex and the Spinal Cord Injured. Some Questions and Answers", 1974, 44p.

Box 21 , Folder -

"Sexual Options for Paraplegics and Quadriplegics", 1975, 110p.

Box 21 , Folder -

"Wheelchair Bathrooms" (brochure), January l97l, 20p.

Box 21 , Folder -

"Redbook" (magazine), vol. 141, #1, May l973.

Box 21 , Folder -

"The Wheelchair in the Kitchen", 1973, 32p.

Box 21 , Folder -

"Proceedings of Sixteenth Annual Clinical Spinal Cord Injury Conference, September 27-29, l967", Veterans Administration Hospital, Long Beach, California, 208p.

Box 21 , Folder -

"Paraplegic And Quadriplegic Individuals (Handbook of Care for Nurses)", l969, 64p.

Box 21 , Folder -

"Paraplegia news", vol. XXIX, #331, April l976.

Box 21 , Folder -

"Paraplegia news", vol. XXVIII, #327, December l975.

Box 21 , Folder -

"Paraplegia news", vol. XXVIII, #322, July l975.

Box 21 , Folder -

"Not Made of Stone. The Sexual Problems of Handicapped People", 1974, 208p.

Box 21 , Folder -

"An Introduction to Paraplegia" (brochure), n.d., 23p.

Box 21 , Folder 1

Two newspapers articles on Ron Kovic: "The Best Years", The New York Times, August 29, l976; book review of "Born on the Fourth of July", The New York Times Book Review, August 15, l976.

Box 21 , Folder 2

Photographic material, incl. 2 photos of unidentified American soldier in wheelchair, with Vietnamese children, (b/w, 6x9), and 1 photo of American soldiers and Vietnamese in boats (b/w, 9x11).

Box 22 , Folder 1

Photocopy of course reader "The Psychology of Disability" by Barry J. Rabin, 1976, various pagings.

Box 22 , Folder 2

"Spinal Cord Injury Manual", n.d., various pagings.

Box 22 , Folder 3

Articles, pamphlets, newspaper clippings and conference materials relating to topic "disability and sexuality". 18 items.

Box 22 , Folder 4

Photocopy of typed article with interview: "Six Disabled Women: Survival Through Alienation", by Mimi Nelken, n.d., 18p. Article: "Mimi's World", by Mimi Nelken, The Philadelphia Inquirer, May 6, l973.

Box 22 , Folder 5

Research on "Post Vietnam Syndrome". Incl. published and typed articles, clippings, letters, notes and memos, mostly concerning article "Vietnam Veterans: A Shocking Report on their Damaged Lives", by C. Breslin, "Redbook", May 1973 (folder 1 of 2).

Box 22 , Folder 6

Research on "Post Vietnam Syndrome". Incl. published and typed articles, clippings, letters, notes and memos, mostly concerning article "Vietnam Veterans: A Shocking Report on their Damaged Lives", by C. Breslin, "Redbook", May 1973 (folder 2 of 2).

Box 23 , Folder 1

Research on veterans. Incl. articles and interviews from "Penthouse","Playboy", "The New Yorker", "New Times", 1974-76. 24 items.

Box 23 , Folder 2

Research on veterans. Incl. various articles from The New York Times, Los Angeles Times, "Rolling Stone", and various publications:"The Vietnam Veteran", "Civil Liberties" and "Focal Point", l973-76. 9 items.

Box 23 , Folder 3

Research on veterans' organizations. Incl. material issued by the Vietnam Veterans Against the War/ Winter Soldier Organization (VVAW/WSO), and report on progress and activities by the Orange County Veterans Advisory Council, 1974-75. 8 items.

Box 23 , Folder 4

Photocopies of typed surveys and questionnaires given to Vietnam veterans in l97l-72. 3 items.

Box 23 , Folder 5

Various clippings and articles concerning veterans. Incl. film review of "Hearts and Minds", in "Vogue", April l975; photocopy of letter to Jane Fonda from Grace Rishell, March l974; and photocopy of procedures for naval funerals. 7 items.

Box 23 , Folder 6

Copy of two articles by Catherine Breslin on veteran Bobby Muller: "One Kid's War" (12p), and "One Man's War" (14p); drafts and interview material, with corrections (various pagings), n.d.

Box 23 , Folder 7

Research on hit songs l965-69, dated June l975. Incl. billboard ratings (typed and hand-written), copies of lyrics and scores, unnumbered pages.

Box 24 , Folder -

"Life" magazine, vol. 66-67, January-December l969, incl. index (Box 1 of 3).

Box 25 , Folder -

"Life" magazine, vol. 66-67, January-December l969, incl. index (box 2 of 3).

Box 26 , Folder -

"Life" magazine, vol. 66-67, January-December l969, incl. index (box 3 of 3).

Box 27 , Folder -

Magazines. Incl: "Life" issues: index 1968, 1970: January 9, April 3, May 8/ 22, July 10/ 24, October 23), "Esquire" (November l968), "Look" (December 1969), "National Geographic" (February 1967).

Box 112 , Folder -

Audiotapes of script conferences and interviews with Vietnam veterans. Labeled with names of interviewees, dated. (Transcribed in box 20, folders 1-17). 37 tapes.

 

Script Material

Box 13 , Folder 9

Script: "Buffalo Ghost" (working title) [by Nancy Dowd], n.d. Heavily annotated and corrected [by W.Salt]. 227p.

Box 14 , Folder 1

Notes on "Buffalo Ghost" script (7/25/74); preliminary notes (hand-written and typed) for "Going Home" script (working title), incl. extensive background notes on script and character development, and continuity notes, December l974-April l975.

Box 14 , Folder 2

Continuity notes for ""Going Home", April-June l975.

Box 14 , Folder 3

Treatment for ""Going Home", 4/11/75. 60p. 2 copies. (Same as "Continuity Notes", Box 14-2, except for front page, "Treatment from Waldo Salt").

Box 14 , Folder 4

Outline notes for "Going Home", June l975. 65p. 2 copies. (Another version of Treatment).

Box 14 , Folder 5

Two versions of draft, September l975-February l976. Incl. continuity notes and annotations.

Box 14 , Folder 6

Draft, January-February l976. Incl. continuity notes, dated.

Box 15 , Folder 1

Draft, February-April l976. Incl. extensive annotations and continuity notes, dated.

Box 15 , Folder 2

Two versions of draft, February-March l976. Incl. continuity notes, dated.

Box 16 , Folder 1

Master File, "Going Home" (working title), April-August l975. Script, incl. continuity notes, story conferences and notes on characters, dated.

Box 16 , Folder 2

Master File, September l975-April l976. Script, incl. continuity notes and notes on characters, dated (folder 1 of 2).

Box 16 , Folder 3

Master File, September l975-April l976. Script, incl. continuity notes and notes on characters, dated (folder 2 of 2).

Box 16 , Folder 4

Master File, June-December l976. Incl. 1st draft screenplay, continuity notes and tape transcripts of story conferences, dated (folder 1 of 2).

Box 17 , Folder 1

Master File, June-December l976. Incl. 1st draft screenplay, continuity notes and tape transcripts of story conferences, dated (folder 2 of 2).

Box 17 , Folder 2

1st draft screenplay, 6/11/76, 147p.

Box 17 , Folder 3

Draft screenplay by W.Salt and Bob Jones, n.d., 132p. 2 copies.

Box 17 , Folder 4

Drafts for 1st draft, l975-76. Uncollated script materials and continuity notes, heavily annotated and corrected, dated (folder 1 of 2).

Box 18 , Folder 1

Drafts for 1st draft, l975-76. Uncollated script materials and continuity notes, heavily annotated and corrected, dated (folder 2 of 2).

Box 18 , Folder 2

Drafts and reworkings for 1st draft, September l975-April l976, incl. script and continuity notes with annotations and corrections (folder 1 of 2).

Box 18 , Folder 3

Drafts and reworkings for 1st draft, September l975-April l976, incl. script and continuity notes with annotations and corrections (folder 2 of 2).

Box 18 , Folder 4

Script continuity by Bob Jones, 12/27/76, with annotations by W.Salt. 6p.

Box 18 , Folder 5

Miscellaneous hand-written notes -some by W. Salt- on script, characters and unrelated matters. n.d. 20 items.

 

THE DAY OF THE LOCUST (1975)

 

Clippings

Box 13 , Folder 7

Clippings from newspapers and trade publications, 1970-75.

 

Correspondence

Box 80 , Folder 11

Congratulatory notes and telegrams to and from W.Salt regarding script, October 1973; letters to W.Salt from various universitites, with invitations, research proposals and other projects, 1977-l986. 16 items.

Box 80 , Folder 12

Legal correspondence regarding contract between Jennorah Productions (W.Salt) and Warner Bros. to write the screenplay, August 1970-January 1970. 6 items.

Box 81 , Folder 5

Eighteen typed letters by Ronald Shedlo -Warner Bros.- regarding research and script for "The Day of the Locust", September-December l970; manuscript letter by R.Shedlo, incl. clipping, n.d.

 

Notebook

Box 110 , Folder 8

Notes and sketches for "The Day of the Locust", incl. drawings, 1974.

Box 126 , Folder 3

Conceptualization of film's plot, characters and dialogue, on sketch paper. Includes both text and drawings. n.d. (18x24). 4 items.

 

Publicity Material

Box 13 , Folder 8

Press-book and invitation to preview. 2 items.

Box 121 , Folder 3

Lobby card, in Spanish ("Como plaga de langosta"), for Mexican distribution of the film. Inscribed on the back and signed "Rush, 8/24/76".

 

Research Material

Box 13 , Folder 2

Reprints of photos from Warner Bros. Research Department, showing Los Angeles streets and buildings in the 1940s. 18 photos (b/w, 8x10).

Box 13 , Folder 3

Typed notes on background information for script, incl. research on a major studio Art Department, Los Angeles in 1939 and N. West's biography. 24p.

Box 13 , Folder 4

Photocopy of "The Natives Are Restless" (novel) by Cynthia Lindsay (n.d.), 223p.

Box 13 , Folder 5

Photocopies of articles on Hollywood and Los Angeles, from newspapers and magazines, various dates. 39 items.

Box 13 , Folder 6

Clippings from "Friday" magazine (l940) and "Unbelievable" magazine (n.d.).

Box 111 , Folder -

Audiotapes of interviews. Labeled with names of interviewees. 19 tapes. (Transcribed in box 13-1).

 

Script Material

Box 9 , Folder 6

Chapter breakdown of "The Day of the Locust" ( n.d.), typed, 4p.

Box 9 , Folder 7

Background notes on structure, characters and scenes, l97l-1974. 57p.

Box 9 , Folder 8

Script, 6/26/71-8/3/71. 135p.

Box 10 , Folder 1

Script, 1/8/72-1/16/72. 137p.

Box 10 , Folder 2

Revised 3rd draft, April 1972. 114p.

Box 10 , Folder 3

Master File, April-October 1971. Script, incl. revisions and notes with dates (folder 1 of 2).

Box 10 , Folder 4

Master File, April-October 1971. Script, incl. revisions and notes with dates (folder 2 of 2).

Box 10 , Folder 5

Master File, November 1971-January l972. Script, incl. revisions and notes with dates.

Box 11 , Folder 1

Master File, February-April 1972. Script, incl. revisions and notes with dates (folder 1 of 2).

Box 11 , Folder 2

Master File, February-April 1972. Script, incl. revisions and notes with dates (folder 2 of 2).

Box 11 , Folder 3

Master File, February-May 1973. Script, incl. rewrite outline, revisions and notes with dates.

Box 11 , Folder 4

Master File, June-July 1973. Script, incl. revisions and notes with dates.

Box 11 , Folder 5

Master File, August-December 1973. Script, incl. revisions, drawings, rewrite and meeting notes with dates.

Box 12 , Folder 1

Master File, December 1973-February 1974. Script, incl. revisions, drawings and notes with dates.

Box 12 , Folder 2

Final version of edited pages, 1971-73. Uncollated, annotated, with dates.

Box 12 , Folder 3

Uncollated script materials with annotations and dates, 1971-74.

Box 12 , Folder 4

Transcripts of 6 tapes (#2 through #7) from scenes of script.

Box 13 , Folder 1

Photocopy of storyboard, pages 2 through 39, with annotations.

 

DOUBLE WEDDING (1937)

 

Script Material

Box 62 , Folder 12

Script, "temporary complete", 5/13/37. (W.Salt uncredited in this 1937 MGM production).

 

FLIGHT FROM ASHIYA (1964)

 

Correspondence

Box 64 , Folder 6

Letters from Harold Hecht to Yul Brynner and W.Salt regarding script, January-October 1962. 3 items.

 

Notebook

Box 110 , Folder 3

Notes and sketches for "Flight from Ashiya" script, incl. drawings, [1961].

 

Script Material

Box 64 , Folder 4

Script, 7/24/62, with revisions through September 1962, and scene breakdown, 134p. 2 copies.

Box 64 , Folder 5

Notes, narration and pages of dialogue, with dates.

 

THE GANG THAT COULDN'T SHOOT STRAIGHT (1971)

 

Clippings

Box 76 , Folder 4

Clippings from trade publications and newspapers, 1970.

 

Correspondence

Box 80 , Folder 17

Correspondence with producers Ira Winkler and Robert Chartoff, MGM Studios and Jennorah Productions (W.Salt) regarding screenplay, writing credits and research materials, September 1969-July 1971. 4 items.

 

Notebook

Box 126 , Folder 2

Conceptualization of film's plot, characters and dialogue, on sketch paper. Includes both text and drawings. n.d. (18x24) 13 items.

 

Script Material

Box 3 , Folder 11

Rough draft, 3/19/70-5/17/70. Incl. background notes, arranged chronologically.

Box 4 , Folder 3

Rough draft, 3/19/70-5/17/70. Incl. background notes, arranged chronologically. (Duplicate of box 3, folder 11).

Box 5 , Folder 1

1st draft, 3/19/70-5/25/70. Incl. meeting notes, background notes and revisions, arranged chronologically.

Box 5 , Folder 2

2nd draft, 5/27/70-6/10/70. 156p.

Box 5 , Folder 3

Master File, March-June l970. Script, incl. revisions and background notes, arranged chronologically.

Box 5 , Folder 4

Master File, June 1970-February l971. Script, incl. revisions and background notes, arranged chronologically.

Box 6 , Folder 1

Script, August-September l970, with annotations. 124p.

Box 6 , Folder 2

Revised draft, February l97l, with scene breakdown. 120p.

Box 6 , Folder 3

Uncollated script materials, with annotations, l970-71.

Box 76 , Folder 1

Uncollated script materials, with annotations and corrections, 1970.

Box 76 , Folder 2

Hand-written notes in two notebooks, 1970.

Box 76 , Folder 3

"The Gang That Couldn't Shoot Straight" (novel) by Jimmy Breslin, 1969, 249p. Annotated by W.Salt.

 

MIDNIGHT COWBOY (1969)

 

Awards

Box 3 , Folder 8

Invitations, programs, tickets for Academy awards ceremony and other events. 1969-70.

Box 115 , Folder -

Screen Writers' Guild: Nomination as Best Written American Drama Adapted from Another Medium, l969.

Box 115 , Folder -

Screen Writers' Guild: Best Written American Drama Adapted from Another Medium, l969.

Box 115 , Folder -

Award from "Film TV Daily", l969.

Box 115 , Folder -

Hollywood Foreign Press Association: Best Motion Picture Screenplay, l969.

Box 117 , Folder -

Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences: Nomination for Best Screenplay, l969.

Box 117 , Folder -

Award from Office Catholique International Du Cinema, n.d.

 

Clippings

Box 4 , Folder 2

Reviews and articles from newspapers, magazines and trade papers regarding release of film, Academy nominations and awards. l969-70.

 

Correspondence

Box 3 , Folder 7

Congratulatory letters and telegrams on release of film and Academy awards. l969-70.

Box 3 , Folder 10

Letter from John Voight discussing possible project with W. Salt and Lindsay Anderson, March l974.

Box 4 , Folder 1

Correspondence regarding W.Salt's copyright of screenplay and payment of profits. 1968-83.

Box 81 , Folder 10

Letter by Dalton Trumbo, congratulating W.Salt on "Midnight Cowboy", 2/16/70.

Box 86 , Folder 2

Legal correspondence concerning payments made to W.Salt on profits made by the film, 1970-71. 12 items.

 

Notebook

Box 126 , Folder 1

Conceptualization of film's plot, characters and dialogue, on sketch paper. Mostly text with few drawings. n.d. (14x17). 10 items.

 

Photos

Box 3 , Folder 9

12 photos of Academy Awards ceremony, 4/7/70 (b/w, 8x10); 3 photos w/ Golden Globe award (b/w, 8x10).

 

Research Material

Box 3 , Folder 4

"Pageant" (magazine), vol. 23, #7, Jan. l968.

Box 113 , Folder -

Audiotape ( 1/4 inch) of improvisations by Dustin Hoffman and John Voight. 1 reel.

 

Script Material

Box 1 , Folder 1

Master File, l967. Script, incl. revisions and notes with dates. (folder 1 of 2). ARCHIVAL COPY.

Box 1 , Folder 2

Master File, l967. Script, incl. revisions and notes with dates. Annotated. (folder 2 of 2).

Box 1 , Folder 3

Master File, l968. Script, incl. revisions and notes with dates. Annotated. ARCHIVAL COPY.

Box 1 , Folder 4

Master File, 1967. Script, incl. revisions and notes with dates. (folder 1 of 2).

Box 2 , Folder 1

Master file, l967. Script, incl. revisions and notes with dates. Annotated. (folder 2 of 2).

Box 2 , Folder 2

Master file, l968. Script, incl. revisions and notes with dates. Annotated.

Box 2 , Folder 3

Uncollated script materials with annotations, 1967-68. (folder 1 of 3).

Box 2 , Folder 4

Uncollated script materials with annotations, 1968. (folder 2 of 3).

Box 3 , Folder 1

Various notes: incl. comments on 2nd draft script by John Schlesinger, 7/18/67, 15p. (folder 3 of 3).

Box 3 , Folder 2

Script, l968. Incl. revisions and annotations with dates.

Box 3 , Folder 3

Revised script, various dates, 1968.

Box 3 , Folder 5

Script by Jack Gelber. lst draft, n.d.

Box 3 , Folder 6

Script by Jack Gelber. 2nd draft, n.d.

 

MR. WINKLE GOES TO WAR (1944)

 

Script Material

Box 68 , Folder 2

Script, "3rd draft- estimating", 12/17/43. In collaboration with George Corey.

 

RACHEL AND THE STRANGER (1948)

 

Script Material

Box 72 , Folder 1

Scene-sequence outline, n.d., 10p; script, "1st draft continuity", with shot breakdown, 11/12/46, 148p.

Box 72 , Folder 2

Script, "revised final", 7/28/47. 133p. 2 copies.

 

SERPICO (1973)

 

Awards

Box 116 , Folder -

Writers Guild of America: Nomination for Best Written American Drama Adapted from Another Medium, l973.

Box 116 , Folder -

Writers Guild of America: Best Written American Drama Adapted from Another Medium, l973.

Box 116 , Folder -

Mystery Writers of America: Edgar Allan Poe Special Award, [1973].

Box 117 , Folder -

Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences: Nomination for Best Screenplay, l973.

 

Clippings

Box 9 , Folder 5

Film review by Vincent Canby, The New York Times, 12/6/73.

 

Correspondence

Box 81 , Folder 4

Two letters announcing nominations for "Serpico" screenplay: 3/1/74, by Walter Mirisch- Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences; 3/20/74, by Mystery Writers of America. Letter from FCA Agency concerning unusual policemen in Los Angeles, 8/19/75.

Box 85 , Folder 6

Legal correspondence with Produzioni De Laurentiis, Jennorah Productions, Inc. and others, concerning W.Salt's agreement to write "Serpico" screenplay and his participation in the profits; legal correspondence regarding payment of profits. 1972-76.

 

Publicity Material

Box 121 , Folder 6

Press book, 4p; advertising pamphlet, 8p.

 

Script Material

Box 6 , Folder 4

Two copies of scene breakdown: one handwritten and photocopied (n.d., 30p), and typed version of the same (February 197l, 11p).

Box 6 , Folder 5

Background notes on structure, characters and scenes, November l972-January l973. Annotated. 62p.

Box 6 , Folder 6

Rough draft, 11/7/72-12-14-72. Incl. revisions, annotations and background notes, chronologically arranged.

Box 6 , Folder 7

1st draft, 12/15/72-12/18/72. Annotated. 158p.

Box 7 , Folder 1

2nd draft, 1/10/73-2/9/73. 172p.

Box 7 , Folder 2

Script, 3/4/73-3/20/73, with revisions. 140p.

Box 7 , Folder 3

Master File, 11/7/72-12/3/72. Script, incl. revisions, annotations and background notes, chronologically arranged. (folder 1 of 2).

Box 8 , Folder 1

Master File, 12/3/72-12/14/72. Script, incl. revisions, annotations and background notes, chronologically arranged. (folder 2 of 2).

Box 8 , Folder 2

Master File, 12/15/72-1/24/73. Script, incl. revisions, chronologically arranged. (folder 1 of 3).

Box 8 , Folder 3

Master File, 1/24/73-3/6/73. Script, incl. revisions, chronologically arranged. (folder 2 of 3).

Box 8 , Folder 4

Master File, 3/6/73-3/20/73. Script, incl. revisions, chronologically arranged. (folder 3 of 3).

Box 8 , Folder 5

Final script/blue pages; revisions 3/29/73-4/2/73. 3 versions.

Box 9 , Folder 1

Uncollated script materials with annotations, l973. (folder 1 of 2).

Box 9 , Folder 2

Uncollated script materials with annotations, l973. (folder 2 of 2).

Box 9 , Folder 3

Tape transcripts of scenes and dialogues, 1972. 43p.

Box 9 , Folder 4

"Serpico" (novel) by Peter Maas. Typed manuscript, 419p.

 

THE SHOPWORN ANGEL (1938)

 

Publicity Material

Box 121 , Folder 1

Publicity card, with names of cast and screenwriter. (5x6).

 

TARAS BULBA (1962)

 

Notebook

Box 110 , Folder 2

Notes and sketches for "Taras Bulba" script, incl. drawings, [1959].

 

Script Material

Box 118 , Folder 4

Script, 7/6/61, incl. blue and pink pages with revisions, dated. 142p. Note on cover: "Property of Harold Hecht Productions, Inc.".

 

TONIGHT WE RAID CALAIS (1943)

 

Publicity Material

Box 121 , Folder 2

Press-book, 3p. (2 copies).

 

WILD MAN OF BORNEO (1941)

 

Script Material

Box 119 , Folder 2

Script, "complete, okayed by Mr. J.Mankiewicz", 10/14/40. 108p.

 

PRODUCED TELEVISION PROGRAMS

 

THE ADVENTURES OF ROBIN HOOD (TV series, 1955-58)

 

Box 60 , Folder 2

Script material: outlines for several episodes, using pseudonym Arthur Behrstock, n.d.; scripts: "Isabelle of Angouleme", n.d., 34p; "My Brother's Keeper", n.d., 38p; The Walking Trees of Sherwood", n.d., 37p. Air dates not verified.

Box 60 , Folder 3

Script material for several episodes, using pseudonym Arthur Behrstock, n.d. Scripts: "A Year and a Day," "The Knight of the Black Patch," "The Robber Baron," "Lincoln Green."

Box 80 , Folder 47

Correspondence with producers and story editors (Sapphire Films Ltd.) regarding scripts, rewrites and payments for various episodes, using his name or pseudonyms "M.L.Davenport"/"Arthur Behrstock", 1956-58.

 

THE BUCCANEERS (TV series, 1956-57)

 

Box 61 , Folder 5

Script: "The Surgeon of Sangre Rojo", 34p. Aired CBS, 11-24-56.

Box 61 , Folder 5

Script: "Dan Tempest's War with Spain", 34p. Aired CBS, 10-6-56. Incl: research notes , 4p.

Box 61 , Folder 5

Script: "The Prize of Andalusia", 33p. Aired CBS, 3-30-57.

Box 61 , Folder 5

Script: "The Gunpowder Plot", 33p. Aired CBS, 11-10-56.

Box 61 , Folder 5

Script: "Gentleman Jack and the Lady", 34p. Aired CBS, 12-29-56.

Box 61 , Folder 5

Script: "Dangerous Cargo", 36p. Aired CBS, 1-5-57.

Box 61 , Folder 5

Script: "The Printer's Devil", 35p. Aired CBS, 6-8-57.

Box 61 , Folder 5

Script: "The Spy Aboard", 37p. Aired CBS, 4-13-57.

Box 61 , Folder 5

Script: "The Indian Fighter", 35p. Aired CBS, 4-27-57.

Box 61 , Folder 5

Script: "The Return of Calico Jack", 34p. Aired CBS, 2-2-57.

Box 80 , Folder 47

Correspondence with producers and story editors (Sapphire Films Ltd.) regarding scripts and rewrites for various episodes, 1956-58.

Box 120 , Folder 3

Correspondence with producers regarding script revisions and research, 1956 (6 items); script material regarding series format, incl. list with episodes and authors (9 items); research material (14 items); typed and hand-written notes (15 items).

 

ESPIONAGE (TV series, 1963-64)

 

Box 63 , Folder 8

Script material for episode "Never Turn your Back on a Friend", aired NBC 1/1/64. Incl: story idea, outline and notes, n.d.; 3 versions of script (one dated 10/9/63), signed M.L.Davenport (W.Salt's pseudonym).

 

FOR THE PEOPLE (TV series, 1965)

 

Box 64 , Folder 8

Script material: scene breakdown for episode "Go Fight City Hall"; script for episode #13 (aired CBS, 5/9/65), dated 3/23/65, for Plautus Productions, Inc., 2 copies; outline of series, by E.Kinoy; shooting schedule and call sheet, March 1965.

 

IVANHOE (TV series, 1957-59)

 

Box 66 , Folder 2

Script material: series outline by B.Berenberg, 5/7/56, for Screen Gems, Inc, 49p; annotated scripts for episodes: #12 (n.d., 34p); #15 by R.Soderberg (7/26/57, 34p), no author (n.d., 40p). Air dates not verified.

Box 66 , Folder 3

Annotated scripts for episodes: #16 (n.d., 3 versions); #20 (n.d., 35p); #21 (n.d., 35p); #29 by Felix Van Lieu -pseudonym for W.Salt- (ll/26/57, 39p); hand-written notes and sketches. Air dates not verified.

Box 75 , Folder 3

Copies of musical score and lyrics for programs # 15 (1 song), #18 (3 songs), #20 (2 songs) and #21 (1 song). Words by M.L.Davenport (pseudonym) and music by Benedict Berenberg.

 

THE NURSES (TV series, 1962-64)

 

Box 69 , Folder 2

Script materials: two versions of treatment for episode "Last Rites for a Rag Doll", one dated 5/26/64; three versions of script, dated 8/5/64, 10/21/64 and 10/25/64.

Box 69 , Folder 3

Uncollated script materials, 1964, with annotations and corrections. (folder 1 of 2).

Box 69 , Folder 4

Uncollated script materials, 1964, with annotations and corrections. (folder 2 of 2).

Box 69 , Folder 5

Script materials: series outline, with notes on characters and plots, 4/6/62, 20p; script, "2nd revised": "Edward Victor DeMarino", by Alvin Sargent, 10/30/63.

 

THE SWISS FAMILY ROBINSON (1958)

 

Box 118 , Folder 3

Script for television special. Adapted from J.R.Wyss' novel by M.L.Davenport (pseudonym for W.Salt). Note on cover: "revised, 9/22/58". Aired NBC, 10/12/58.

 

THE SWORD OF FREEDOM (TV series, 1957-58)

 

Box 75 , Folder 6

Scripts and outlines for Sapphire Films, Ltd, Great Britain: #6, "Portrait in Emerald Green", 7/4/57, 29p; #16, "Serenade in Red", 11/20/57, 28p; #20, "Forgery in Red Chalk", 10/24/57, 28p; #24, "Chart of Gold", 11/25/57, 26p. Air dates not verified.

Box 80 , Folder 47

Correspondence with producers and story editors (Sapphire Films Ltd.) regarding scripts, rewrites and payments for various episodes, using his name or pseudonyms "M.L.Davenport"/"Arthur Behrstock", 1956-58.

 

UNPRODUCED FILMS

 

THE ARTFUL DODGER

 

Notebook

Box 110 , Folder 5

Notes, sketches and drawings for "The Artful Dodger", n.d.

 

Research Material

Box 58 , Folder 5

Research notes, incl. newspaper clipping on military draft and hippies, hand-written in notebook under heading "Research Notes", n.d.

 

Script Material

Box 58 , Folder 4

Two versions of story outline: one, n.d., 5p; the other, 1/4/67, 8p.

Box 58 , Folder 5

Background notes on characters and plot, hand-written in notebook under headings "Script Notes" and "Book Notes", n.d.

Box 58 , Folder 6

Notes on 1st draft of script, 9/18/67, 5p; rewrite notes, 4/3/68, 9p.

Box 58 , Folder 7

Master File, January 1967-April 1969. Script, incl. story outline, rewrite and continuity notes, with dates, annotations and corrections (folder 1 of 2).

Box 59 , Folder 1

Master File, January 1967-April 1969. Script, incl. story outline, rewrite and continuity notes, with dates, annotations and corrections (folder 2 of 2).

Box 59 , Folder 2

Script, June-September 1967. 192p.

Box 59 , Folder 3

Script, June-September 1967. 192p. (Another version of 59-6, with annotations and corrections).

Box 59 , Folder 4

Script, October 1968-April 1969. 115p.

Box 59 , Folder 5

Uncollated script materials, with annotations, corrections and dates, l968.

Box 60 , Folder 1

Uncollated script materials, with annotations, corrections and dates, l967-69. Incl: hand-written notes on legal size sheets.

 

BEAU BRUMMEL

 

Script Material

Box 61 , Folder 1

Various versions of script: "temporary incomplete", 3/15/40, 119p (2 copies, one incomplete); "temporary complete", 6/8/40, 91p; "temporary incomplete", 12/5/40, 23p; version dated 8/20/41, 23p.

 

A CONNECTICUT YANKEE IN KING ARTHUR'S COURT

 

Clippings

Box 54 , Folder 9

Book review of "The Real Camelot. Paganism and the Arthurian Romances" by John Darrah, in The New York Times, n.d.

 

Correspondence

Box 54 , Folder 6

Correspondence with director John Landis regarding the project, 198l-82. Incl: "Rolling Stone" story on accident during "Twilight Zone" shooting, 6/2l/84. 15 items.

Box 54 , Folder 7

Correspondence with Universal Pictures, John Landis, Creative Artists Agency, Inc., Jennorah Productions, Inc. (W.Salt) regarding contract to write script, October l981-October 1983. 15 items.

Box 54 , Folder 8

Invoice sent to W.Salt by University of California Press regarding payment of various Mark Twain works, 1/19/82.

 

Script Material

Box 52 , Folder 5

Outline of novel by Mark Twain, n.d. 34p.

Box 52 , Folder 6

Master File, March-October 1982. Script, incl. outline of Mark Twain's novel (34p); continuity notes; notes on characters, plot and scenes; revised continuity notes (folder 1 of 2).

Box 53 , Folder 1

Master File, March-October 1982. Script, incl. outline of Mark Twain's novel (34p); continuity notes; notes on characters, plot and scenes; revised continuity notes (folder 2 of 2).

Box 53 , Folder 2

Master file copy, October-November 1982. Script, with a few corrections (folder 1 of 2).

Box 53 , Folder 3

Master File, October-November 1982. Script, with a few corrections (folder 2 of 2).

Box 53 , Folder 4

Script, 11/27/82. 162p. 2 copies (original and photocopy).

Box 53 , Folder 5

Uncollated script materials, with annotations and corrections, 1982-83. Incl: script pages (a few dated 1981); continuity notes; outlines; and Mark Twain quotes (folder 1 of 2).

Box 54 , Folder 1

Uncollated script materials, with annotations and corrections, 1982-83. Incl: script pages (a few dated 1981); continuity notes; outlines; and Mark Twain quotes (folder 2 of 2).

Box 54 , Folder 2

Script materials, with annotations and corrections, 1982-84, not arranged chronologically. Incl: script and continuity notes.

Box 54 , Folder 3

Script materials, with annotations and corrections, 1983-84, not arranged chronologically. Incl: script and continuity notes.

Box 54 , Folder 4

100 numbered index cards with scene breakdown in relationship to novel; 36 unnumbered index cards with notes on characters, scenes and settings.

Box 54 , Folder 5

"A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court" (novel) by Mark Twain, New York, 1963. 334p. Annotated by W.Salt.

 

THE DAY THEY GAVE BABIES AWAY

 

Script Material

Box 62 , Folder 8

Script, "First draft revised", 9/22/50. 122p.

 

DON QUIXOTE

 

Correspondence

Box 80 , Folder 14

Four manuscript letters to W.Salt regarding Don Quixote project, one dated 12/10/71, presumably by A.R. Lubin; clippings from trade publications. 8 items.

Box 82 , Folder 2

Legal correspondence regarding Memorandum of Agreement between Jennorah Productions (W.Salt) and A.Ronald Lubin, January 1981-November 1983. 4 items.

 

Research Material

Box 30 , Folder 4

"Don Quixote" by Miguel de Cervantes. English version of novel: "The Portable Don Quixote", ed. Samuel Putnam, n.d., +854p. Disassembled and rearranged by W.Salt, with annotations and 52 marks on pages.

Box 30 , Folder 6

"Cliff Notes on Don Quixote", l964, 89p.

 

Script Material

Box 23 , Folder 8

Master File, June-August l965. Script, incl. background notes on characters, rewrite notes, and annotations, with dates.

Box 23 , Folder 9

Master File, September-December l965. Script, incl. background notes on characters, scene breakdown, continuity notes, annotations and corrections, with dates (folder 1 of 2).

Box 28 , Folder 1

Master File, September-December l965. Script, incl. background notes on characters, scene breakdown, continuity notes, annotations and corrections, with dates (folder 2 of 2).

Box 28 , Folder 2

Master File, January-May l966. Script, incl. background notes on characters and sequences, continuity notes, and annotations, with dates (folder 1 of 2).

Box 28 , Folder 3

Master File, January-May l966. Script, incl. background notes on characters and sequences, continuity notes, and annotations, with dates (folder 2 of 2).

Box 28 , Folder 4

Master File, June-October l966. Script, incl. background notes on characters and sequences, notes on rewrites, continuity notes, annotations and corrections, with dates (folder 1 of 2).

Box 28 , Folder 5

Master File, June-October l966. Script, incl. background notes on characters and sequences, notes on rewrites, continuity notes, annotations and corrections, with dates (folder 2 of 2).

Box 28 , Folder 6

Master File, November l966-January l967. Script, incl. background notes on characters and sequences, annotations and corrections, with dates.

Box 28 , Folder 7

Script, 1/22/66. 139p.

Box 29 , Folder 1

Script, 2/7/66. Incl. cover with reproduction of drawing by Pablo Picasso. 136p.

Box 29 , Folder 2

Script, 7/27/66. Incl. cover with reproduction of drawing by Pablo Picasso, and annotations. 179p.

Box 29 , Folder 3

Script, 1/22/67. 129p.

Box 29 , Folder 4

Script, 1/22/67. 129p.

Box 29 , Folder 5

Script, 1/25/67. 126p.

Box 29 , Folder 6

Script, 1/25/67. Same as 29-5 but without dates on each page. The cover page is a photocopy of the reproduction of Picasso's drawing; annotations in pencil.

Box 29 , Folder 7

Script, 3/19/71. Incl. reproduction of Picasso's drawing, and annotations in pencil. 97p.

Box 30 , Folder 1

Script, n.d. 137p.

Box 30 , Folder 2

Uncollated script materials, dated March 8-10, l97l.

Box 30 , Folder 3

"Don Quixote" (script) by Laslo Vadnay, l956. Note on cover: "Property of and returnable to Desilu Script Library". 116p.

Box 30 , Folder 5

Hand-written pages with notes on characters, plot and themes, incl. suggestions for rewrites, undated. 13p.

 

DOWNHILL

 

Script Material

Box 63 , Folder 1

Script, with revisions and annotations, n.d. 116p.

Box 63 , Folder 2

Uncollated script materials, with annotations and corrections, November 1968 (folder 1 of 3).

Box 63 , Folder 4

Uncollated script materials with annotations and corrections, November 1968 (folder 2 of 3).

Box 63 , Folder 5

Uncollated script materials, with annotations and corrections, November 1968 (folder 3 of 3).

Box 120 , Folder 6

Script materials with annotations and corrections, incl. scene breakdown; notes on characters, plot and dialogue; etc. n.d.

 

ETHAN FROME

 

Box 65 , Folder 2

Script, "temporary- Warner Bros. Studios", 1/28/42, 111p.

 

FLUX II

 

Box 64 , Folder 7

Script, October 1968-April 1969. 115p. (See Box 59, Folder 3/4/5 and Box 60, Folder 1).

 

A HANDSOME MAN

 

Correspondence

Box 80 , Folder 20

Legal correspondence regarding agreement to write and produce "A Handsome Man", September 198l-July 1982. 10 items.

Box 80 , Folder 21

Two letters by producer Jerome Hellman concerned about W.Salt's delay in finishing the script, 11/3/8l and 12/9/81.

 

Research Material

Box 58 , Folder 2

Research on Ireland. Incl: memos to Jerome Hellman and W.Salt by G.Mutrux regarding locations, bibliography and filmography on Ireland, July 1981; photocopies of travel books; photos of Irish landscape.

Box 58 , Folder 3

Photocopies of articles and chapters from various books regarding Irish history, politics, culture and geography. Incl. brochures, maps and a few photos.

 

Script Material

Box 56 , Folder 7

Tape transcript (10 tapes) of story conference notes taken during meetings with producer Jerome Hellman, August 1981. 454p. (folder 1 of 3).

Box 57 , Folder 1

Tape transcript (10 tapes) of story conference notes taken during meetings with producer Jerome Hellman, August 1981. 454p. (folder 2 of 3).

Box 57 , Folder 2

Tape transcript (10 tapes) of story conference notes taken during meetings with producer Jerome Hellman, August 1981. 454p. (folder 3 of 3).

Box 57 , Folder 3

Treatment, January-February 1982. 102p. 2 copies: one, annotated.

Box 57 , Folder 4

Master File, August 1981-February 1982. Script, incl. outline of novel (15p); continuity notes; notes on characters and plot; with annotations (folder 1 of 2).

Box 57 , Folder 5

Master File, August 1981-February 1982. Script, incl. outline of novel (15p); continuity notes; notes on characters and plot; with annotations (folder 2 of 2).

Box 57 , Folder 6

Photocopy of typed script of novel "The Flight of the Earls", previous title of "A Handsome Man". Incl: photocopies of letter and memo to Jerome Hellman and P.Matson, regarding progress and changes in novel and impact on screenplay (folder 1 of 2).

Box 58 , Folder 1

Photocopy of typed script of novel "The Flight of the Earls", previous title of "A Handsome Man". Incl: photocopies of letter and memo to Jerome Hellman and P.Matson, regarding progress and changes in novel and impact on screenplay (folder 2 of 2).

 

HEMINGWAY

 

Clippings

Box 48 , Folder 3

Clippings from newspapers and magazines concerning the project and Hemingway's life.

 

Correspondence

Box 80 , Folder 25

Correspondence regarding the project, incl. letters to W.Salt from Sydney Pollack, 8/17/79; Jay Weston cancelling project, 4/13/81; various notes from Mary Welsh Hemingway. 21 items.

Box 80 , Folder 26

Legal correspondence regarding Agreement between Jennorah Productions, Inc. (W.Salt) and MGM on screenplay and film. April 1977-June 1979. 8 items.

Box 80 , Folder 27

Correspondence with MGM concerning W.Salt's research, sets and locations for film, etc., May-October 1977; invoices and plane ticket for W.Salt charged to MGM, 1979. 6 items.

Box 80 , Folder 28

Manuscript letter signed "Betsy" [Douglas], 8/28/77; typed letter signed "Clara", commenting on script, 5/14/79.

Box 86 , Folder 1

Legal correspondence between MGM and Jennorah Productions concerning script entitled "How it Was", based on Mary Welsh Hemingway's work, l977-79. 5 items.

 

Photos

Box 107 , Folder 3

Group shot with W.Salt, Fidel Castro, Mary Welsh Hemingway, in La Habana (Cuba) during research trip for "Hemingway" project, [197?]. b/w and color, 8x10; inscribed on the back. 3 photos.

Box 107 , Folder 4

Photo of W.Salt and Mary Welsh Hemingway during research for "Hemingway" project, [197?]. b/w, 8x10; inscribed on the back.

 

Research Material

Box 40 , Folder 4

Chronology of E.Hemingway's life: 1899-1943. Incl. typed biografical data from various sources, cited and arranged year by year, with dates of research.

Box 40 , Folder 5

Chronology of E.Hemingway's life: 1944-1961. Incl. typed biografical data from various sources, cited and arranged year by year, with dates of research.

Box 41 , Folder 1

Chronology of E.Hemingway's life: 1899-1953. Incl. typed biographical data from various sources, cited and arranged year by year, with dates of research (A different version of box 40, folders 4/5).

Box 41 , Folder 2

Chronology of E.Hemingway's life: 1954-1961. Incl. typed biographical data from various sources, cited and arranged year by year, with dates of research (A different version of box 40, folders 4/5).

Box 41 , Folder 3

Chronology of E.Hemingway's life: 1899-1961. Incl. typed biografical data from various sources, cited and arranged year by year, with dates of research (Not the same as box 40, folders 4/5).

Box 41 , Folder 4

Photocopy of chronology of E.Hemingway's life, incl. typed biografical data from various sources, cited and arranged year by year, with dates of research (A different version of box 41, folder 3).

Box 41 , Folder 5

Index to research on E.Hemingway done by W.Salt: it lists contents of the XVI folders with biographical research, folders with bibliographical research and research on Mary Welsh Hemingway.

Box 42 , Folder 1

Research on E.Hemingway. "I": 1918-33. Incl. typed biographical data from various sources; photocopies of articles in books, magazines, journals and newspapers; with dates of research and index. 28 items.

Box 42 , Folder 2

Research on E.Hemingway. "II": 1934-36. Incl. typed biographical data from various sources; photocopies of articles in books, magazines, journals and newspapers; with dates of research and index. 23 items.

Box 43 , Folder 1

Research on E.Hemingway. "III": 1937-39. Incl. typed biographical data from various sources; photocopies of articles in books, magazines, journals and newspapers; with dates of research and index. 30 items.

Box 43 , Folder 2

Research on E.Hemingway. "IV": 1940-48. Incl. typed biographical data from various sources; photocopies of articles in books, magazines, journals and newspapers; with dates of research and index. 30 items.

Box 43 , Folder 3

Research on E.Hemingway. "V": 1949-53. Incl. typed biographical data from various sources; photocopies of articles in books, magazines, journals and newspapers; with dates of research and index. 20 items.

Box 43 , Folder 4

Research on E.Hemingway. "VI": 1954-55. Incl. typed biographical data from various sources; photocopies of articles in books, magazines, journals and newspapers; with dates of research and index. 17 items.

Box 43 , Folder 5

Research on E.Hemingway. "VII": 1956-60. Incl. typed biographical data from various sources; photocopies of articles in books, magazines, journals and newspapers; with dates of research and index. 14 items.

Box 44 , Folder 1

Research on E.Hemingway. "VIII": 1961. Incl. typed biographical data from various sources; photocopies of articles in books, magazines, journals and newspapers; with dates of research and index. 9 items.

Box 44 , Folder 2

Research on E.Hemingway. "IX": 1961. Incl. typed biographical data from various sources; photocopies of articles in books, magazines, journals and newspapers; with dates of research and index. 11 items.

Box 44 , Folder 3

Research on E.Hemingway. "X": 1962-63. Incl. typed biographical data from various sources; photocopies of articles in books, magazines, journals and newspapers; with dates of research and index. 12 items.

Box 44 , Folder 4

Research on E.Hemingway. "XI": 1964-66. Incl. typed biographical data from various sources; photocopies of articles in books, magazines, journals and newspapers; with dates of research and index. 18 items.

Box 44 , Folder 5

Research on E.Hemingway. "XII": 1967-72. Incl. typed biographical data from various sources; photocopies of articles in books, magazines, journals and newspapers; with dates of research and index. 17 items.

Box 44 , Folder 6

Research on E.Hemingway. "XIII": 1973-76. Incl. typed biographical data from various sources; photocopies of articles in books, magazines, journals and newspapers; with dates of research and index. 9 items.

Box 44 , Folder 7

Research on E.Hemingway. "XIV": 1977. Incl. typed biographical data from various sources; photocopies of articles in books, magazines, journals and newspapers; with dates of research and index. 22 items.

Box 45 , Folder 1

Research on E.Hemingway. "XV": 1978. Incl. typed biographical data from various sources; photocopies of articles in books, magazines, journals and newspapers; with dates of research and index. 26 items.

Box 45 , Folder 2

Research on E.Hemingway. "XVI": 1979. Incl. typed biographical data from various sources; photocopies of articles in books, magazines, journals and newspapers; with dates of research and index. 26 items.

Box 45 , Folder 3

Clippings: "A Farewell to F.Scott" (The New York Times, April 1978); "Miro at 85" (The New York Times, 4/15/78); "Mary Hemigway" (Soho Weekly News, 4/6/78); and copy of Cuban newspaper "Granma", 7/11/77.

Box 45 , Folder 4

"Oversize articles": photocopies and clippings from newspapers and magazines, 1937-78, incl. index. 31 items.

Box 45 , Folder 5

"Ernest Hemingway. The Life and Death of a man", by A.Aronowitz and P.Hamill, 196l. 222p. (Photocopy).

Box 45 , Folder 6

"Hemingway. The Writer's Art of Self-Defense", by J.Benson, 1969. 202p. (Photocopy).

Box 45 , Folder 7

"Ernest Hemingway. Critique of Four Major Novels", by C.Baker, 1962. 199p. (Photocopy).

Box 45 , Folder 8

"Hemingway's Spanish Tragedy", by L.Broer, 1973. 131p. (Photocopy).

Box 45 , Folder 9

"Ernest Hemingway. An Introduction and Interpretation", by S.Baker, l967. 150p. (Photocopy).

Box 46 , Folder 1

"Hemingway's Craft", by S.Grebstein, 1973. 244p. (Photocopy).

Box 46 , Folder 2

"Ernest Hemingway and the Pursuit of Heroism", by L.Gurko, 1968. 246p. (Photocopy).

Box 46 , Folder 3

"Death of a Hunter" (play), by Rolf Hochhuth, n.d., 101p. (Photocopy of typed manuscript).

Box 46 , Folder 4

"Hemingway. The Inward Terrain", by R.Hovey, 1968. 248p. (Photocopy).

Box 46 , Folder 5

"Hemingway and the Dead Gods. A Study in Existentialism", by J.Killinger, 1960. 114p. (Photocopy).

Box 46 , Folder 6

"Hemingway on Love", by R.Lewis, 1965. 252p. (Photocopy).

Box 46 , Folder 7

"Hemingway Screened: The Hollywood Version", by F.Laurence, n.d. (Photocopy of incomplete typed manuscript of essay, pp.9-69 and 341-387).

Box 46 , Folder 8

"Papa. Hemingway in Key West", by J.McLendon, 1972. 222p. (Photocopy).

Box 47 , Folder 1

"Twentieth Century Interpretations of "A Farewell to Arms", ed. by J.Gellens, 1970. 120p. (Photocopy).

Box 47 , Folder 2

"The Merrill Studies in "A Farewell to Arms", ed. by J.Graham, l971. Incomplete: pp. III-82p. (Photocopy).

Box 47 , Folder 3

"Twentieth Century Interpretations of "The Old Man and the Sea", ed. by K.Jobes, 1968. 120p. (Photocopy).

Box 47 , Folder 4

"The Narrative Pattern in Ernest Hemingway's Fiction", by C.Nahal, 197l. 244p. (Photocopy).

Box 47 , Folder 5

"Hemingway's First War. The Making of "A Farewell to Arms", by M.Reynolds, 1976. 309p. (Photocopy).

Box 47 , Folder 6

"A Hemingway's Check List", by L.Samuels, 1951. 63p. (Photocopy).

Box 47 , Folder 7

"Hemingway. A Collection of Critical Essays", ed. by R.Weeks, 1962. 180p. (Photocopy).

Box 47 , Folder 8

"Three Bags Full. Essays in American Fiction", by P.Young, 1967. Incomplete: pp. VII-75. (Photocopy).

Box 47 , Folder 9

"Ernest Hemingway. A Reconsideration", by P.Young, 1966. 244p. (Photocopy).

Box 47 , Folder 10

"Ernest Hemingway", by P.Young, n.d. Incomplete: pp. 80-297. (Photocopy).

Box 48 , Folder 1

Transcript of interview with George Saviers during W.Salt's trip to Idaho in April 1979, 42p.

 

Script Material

Box 35 , Folder 1

Hand-written outlines and notes on drawing paper concerning E.Hemingway's biography in connection with plot structure of screenplay; notes on characters and scenes; chronologies of historical events. n.d. [presumably 1977]. 42 items.

Box 35 , Folder 2

Hand-written outlines and notes on drawing paper concerning plot structure and approach to subject-matter; notes on characters and scenes. n.d. [presumably 1977]. 18 items.

Box 35 , Folder 3

Hand-written outlines, notes and sketches on large drawing paper concerning plot structure; notes on characters and scenes. n.d. [presumably 1977]. 6 items.

Box 35 , Folder 4

Hand-written outlines and notes on transparent drawing paper concerning plot structure and scenes; notes on the E.Hemingway character. n.d. [presumably 1977]. 4 items.

Box 35 , Folder 5

Hand-written and typed outlines and notes regarding plot structure, scenes and dialogue; notes on characters. 1977-78. 49 items.

Box 35 , Folder 6

Water-color sketches of human figure, incl. one self-portrait [?] or E.Hemingway [?]. 6 items.

Box 35 , Folder 7

Typed and hand-written notes on approach to script; notes on plot structure, characters, scenes and flashback device; continuity and rewrite notes, incl. revisions and annotations, chronologically arranged, l977-79.

Box 35 , Folder 8

Master File, May-June l977. Incl. correspondence on copyright matters, April-May 1977; 2 MGM memos about W.Salt's trip to Havana with Sydney Pollack, July 14/18, l977; chronology of E.Hemingway's life, from various sources (folder 1 of 2).

Box 35 , Folder 9

Master File, May-June l977. Incl. correspondence on copyright matters, April-May 1977; 2 MGM memos about W.Salt's trip to Havana with Sydney Pollack, July 14/18, l977; chronology of E.Hemingway's life, from various sources (folder 2 of 2).

Box 35 , Folder 10

Master File, November l977-May l978. Script, incl. continuity notes, notes on Spain and places and events related to plot; transcript of narration from Joris Ivens's "The Spanish Earth" (l937); notes on rewrites and flashback device (folder 1 of 2).

Box 36 , Folder 1

Master File, November l977-May l978. Script, incl. continuity notes, notes on Spain and places and events related to plot; transcript of narration from Joris Ivens's "The Spanish Earth" (l937); notes on rewrites and flashback device (folder 2 of 2).

Box 36 , Folder 2

Master File, April-August l978. Script, incl. continuity notes and notes on sequences (folder 1 of 2).

Box 36 , Folder 3

Master File, April-August l978. Script, incl. continuity notes and notes on sequences (folder 2 of 2)

Box 36 , Folder 4

Master File, August-November l978. Script, incl. continuity and outline notes, with revisions and annotations (folder 1 of 2).

Box 36 , Folder 5

Master File, August-November l978. Script, incl. continuity and outline notes, with revisions and annotations (folder 2 of 2).

Box 36 , Folder 6

Master File, November l978-February l979. Script, incl. continuity notes, notes on characters and scenes (folder 1 of 3).

Box 37 , Folder 1

Master File, November l978-February l979. Script, incl. continuity notes, notes on characters and scenes (folder 2 of 3).

Box 37 , Folder 2

Master File, November l978-February l979. Script, incl. continuity notes, notes on characters and scenes (folder 3 of 3).

Box 37 , Folder 3

Master File, May-August l979. Script, incl. continuity notes, notes on characters, scenes and African setting (folder 1 of 3).

Box 37 , Folder 4

Master File, May-August l979. Script, incl. continuity notes, notes on characters, scenes and African setting (folder 2 of 3).

Box 37 , Folder 5

Master File, May-August l979. Script, incl. continuity notes, notes on characters, scenes and African setting (folder 3 of 3).

Box 37 , Folder 6

Script ("Original"), April l978-February 1979, 407p. (folder 1 of 2).

Box 38 , Folder 1

Script ("Original"), April l978-February 1979, 407p. (folder 2 of 2).

Box 38 , Folder 2

Script ("Draft II"), June-July 1979, 178p. Incl. annotations. 2 copies: one missing pages 39, 67, 81, 110, 145, 147, 154, 160 and 164.

Box 38 , Folder 3

Script, August l979, 147p. (2 copies).

Box 38 , Folder 4

Revised draft, September 1982, 147p. (Same as box 38, folder 3). Note on cover: "Based on the book "How It Was" by Mary Hemingway".

Box 39 , Folder 1

Redrafted pages from script "Draft II" (38-3), with annotations and corrections, dated (folder 1 of 2).

Box 39 , Folder 2

Redrafted pages from script "Draft II" (box 38, folder 2), with annotations and corrections, dated (folder 2 of 2).

Box 39 , Folder 3

Uncollated script materials with annotations, corrections and revisions, various dates, l978.

Box 39 , Folder 4

Uncollated script materials with annotations, corrections and revisions, various dates, l978.

Box 39 , Folder 5

Uncollated script materials with annotations, corrections and revisions, various dates, l978.

Box 39 , Folder 6

Uncollated script materials with annotations, corrections and revisions, various dates, l978-79.

Box 40 , Folder 1

Uncollated script materials: extra pages from Master File in box 37, folders 3/4/5, various dates, l979.

Box 40 , Folder 2

Uncollated script materials, with annotations and corrections, various dates, l978.

Box 40 , Folder 3

Uncollated script materials, various dates, l978.

Box 48 , Folder 2

Typed and hand-written notes on scenes and characters, n.d.

 

IVANHOE

 

Script Material

Box 66 , Folder 1

Script, "First draft continuity", 4/26/48. 179p.

 

THE LAST FRONTIER

 

Script Material

Box 66 , Folder 4

Master File, July-September 1963. Incl: script, notes on characters and scenes, rewrite notes, with annotations and dates (folder 1 of 2).

Box 66 , Folder 5

Master File, July-September 1963. Incl: script, notes on characters and scenes, rewrite notes, with annotations and dates (folder 2 of 2).

Box 67 , Folder 1

Script, July-August 1963, 175p. Annotated. Note on cover page: "Salt new pages".

Box 67 , Folder 2

Script, September 1963. 173p. Annotated.

Box 67 , Folder 3

Script material: rewrite notes, 9/15/63; comments on script, n.d., 5p; revised pages for producer Harold Hecht, 8/8/63.

 

THE LONELY PASSION OF JUDITH HEARNE

 

Notebook

Box 126 , Folder 4

Conceptualization of film's plot, characters and dialogue, on sketch paper. Mostly text with few drawings. n.d. (18x24) 2 items.

 

Research Material

Box 34 , Folder 6

"Observations upon the Irish" (essay) in "Time" magazine, June 20, 1969, pp.37-38; "The United Irishman" (pamphlet), Dublin, October 1969, 6p.

 

Script Material

Box 30 , Folder 7

Outline and notes on Brian Moore's novel and his two script versions; outline of W.Salt's screenplay; continuity notes, notes on characters and plot, transcript of discussion with producer I.Kershner, rewrite notes, with annotations and corrections.

Box 30 , Folder 8

Outline and continuity notes, discussion with producer Irvin Kershner, notes on rewrite, various dates, l969. (3 sets. Same as box 30, folder 7 but incomplete).

Box 31 , Folder 1

Master File, April-June l969. Script, incl. outline and continuity notes, notes of meeting with producer Irvin Kershner, and rewrite notes.

Box 31 , Folder 2

Master File, July l969-March l970. Script, incl. continuity notes and notes on rewrite (folder 1 of 2).

Box 31 , Folder 3

Master File, July l969-March l970. Script, incl. continuity notes and notes on rewrite (folder 2 of 2).

Box 32 , Folder 1

Script, May-June l969. 160p.

Box 32 , Folder 2

Script ("Final"), February-March l970. 111p. (2 copies).

Box 32 , Folder 3

Uncollated script materials, with annotations and corrections, April-May l969.

Box 32 , Folder 4

Uncollated script materials, with annotations and corrections, May l969.

Box 33 , Folder 1

Uncollated script materials, with annotations and corrections, May-June l969.

Box 33 , Folder 2

Uncollated script materials, with annotations and corrections, June l969.

Box 33 , Folder 3

Uncollated script materials, with annotations and corrections, August l969-March 1970.

Box 33 , Folder 4

Uncollated script materials, with annotations and corrections, June l969-February 1970.

Box 33 , Folder 5

Uncollated script materials, with annotations and corrections, August l969-February 1970 (Different from 33-3).

Box 33 , Folder 6

Uncollated script materials, with annotations and corrections, May l969-February 1970.

Box 34 , Folder 1

Uncollated script materials, with annotations and corrections, February 1970.

Box 34 , Folder 2

135 index cards with notes on characters, situations, dialogue, props, etc.

Box 34 , Folder 3

Hand-written notes on characters, scenes, dialogue, some with editing indications. 10 items.

Box 34 , Folder 4

Script:"The Lonely Passion of Judith Hearne", by Brian Moore. 1st draft screenplay, n.d. 87p.

Box 34 , Folder 5

Script: "The Lonely Passion of Judith Hearne", by Brian Moore. 2nd draft ("Last") screenplay, n.d. 110p. Annotated by W.Salt.

 

MONSIEUR COGNAC

 

Notebook

Box 110 , Folder 4

Notes and sketches for "M.Cognac" project, incl. drawings, n.d. (Two items).

 

Script Material

Box 68 , Folder 3

Two versions of treatment: 9/20/62, 62p; 9/22/62, 61p.

Box 68 , Folder 4

Uncollated script materials, l962-63. (folder 1 of 2).

Box 68 , Folder 5

Uncollated script materials, l962-63. (folder 2 of 2).

 

RED LIGHT, GREEN LIGHT

 

Script Material

Box 72 , Folder 4

Script, n.d., with annotations. 304p.

Box 72 , Folder 5

Script, incomplete, n.d., with annotations. 286p. (Same as 72-4).

Box 72 , Folder 6

Script, n.d., with annotations. 165p.

Box 73 , Folder 1

Script, n.d., for producer Victor D. Solow, entitled "The Moon and Mr.Hanna". 133p. (Shorter version of 73-1).

Box 73 , Folder 2

Hand-written and typed drafts, n.d.

Box 120 , Folder 8

Script, incomplete, n.d., no paging; typed and hand-written notes on plot and dialogue, n.d.

 

REVELATIONS

 

Correspondence

Box 80 , Folder 42

Correspondence with director Jack Clayton about W.Salt's delays in finishing the screenplay, due to personal and professional reasons, April 1980-January 1983. 7 items.

Box 85 , Folder 4

Legal correspondence with Paramount Pictures, Jennorah Productions, Inc., and Paul Kohner/Mike Levy Agency, regarding contract and payments to W.Salt for "Revelations" screenplay, 1979-81. 8 items.

 

Script Material

Box 54 , Folder 10

Notes on "Revelations", novel by Phyllis Naylor, and script, 1979-80. Incl: outline of novel, 2 copies (one annotated), 13p; notes on structure and characters of novel; continuity notes, various dates; notes on suggested cuts and revisions, 11/24/80.

Box 55 , Folder 1

Master File, December 1979-September 1980. Script, incl. outline and notes on novel; background notes on characters and plot (folder 1 of 2).

Box 55 , Folder 2

Master File, December 1979-September 1980. Script, incl. outline and notes on novel; background notes on characters and plot of script (folder 2 of 2).

Box 55 , Folder 3

Master File, September-November 1980. Script, incl. notes on plot, with some annotations.

Box 55 , Folder 4

Master File, November-December 1980. Script, incl. notes on suggested cuts and revisions by director Jack Clayton, 11/24/80; two letters from J.Clayton to W.Salt regarding shortening of script, November 24-25, 1980.

Box 55 , Folder 5

Script, May-November 1980. 161p.

Box 56 , Folder 1

Script, 12/15/80. 125p. 2 copies (original and photocopy).

Box 56 , Folder 2

1st draft screenplay, 12/19/80. Note on cover: "Revised by Jack Clayton".

Box 56 , Folder 3

Notes by Jack Clayton. Incl: general notes on novel; two letters from J.Clayton to W.Salt regarding script dated November 1980; two lists of suggested cuts and revisions: one "major" (7p), other "specific" (29p).

Box 56 , Folder 4

55 index cards with notes on characters and scene breakdown.

Box 56 , Folder 5

Notes on structure and characters. Incl: hand-written notes and sketches on oversize drawing paper; miscellaneous notes. 5 items.

Box 56 , Folder 6

Photocopy of "Revelations" (novel) by Phyllis Naylor (1979), 275p.

 

THE ROAD TO ROME

 

Script Material

Box 73 , Folder 5

Script, "temporary complete", 9/15/39. 114p. In collaboration with Robert Thoeren.

 

ROGUES RUN

 

Script Material

Box 73 , Folder 6

Script materials: scene-sequence outline, n.d, 28p, with annotations; script, "rough draft", 8/20/49, 122p; script, "revised temporary", for Norma Productions, 8/20/49, 113p, with annotations and hand-written notes.

 

STILWELL

 

Correspondence

Box 81 , Folder 8

Drafts and copy of letter by W.Salt to George Roy Hill, Paul Newman et al., concerning cancellation of project, 7/30/86; correspondence regarding script and research, incl. copy of letter from historian Barbara Tuchman to P.Newman, 10/19/84. 9 items.

Box 85 , Folder 7

Legal correspondence regarding Writer Loanout Agreement between Warner Bros. and Jennorah Productions to write "Stilwell" screenplay, January 1985. 3 items.

 

Research Material

Box 51 , Folder 2

Photocopies of the J.Stilwell Collection index (Hoover Institution Archives, Stanford). Incl: photocopy of letter from archivist to R.Crawford regarding W.Salt's involvement with the project, 10/8/85.

Box 51 , Folder 3

Research at the Hoover Institution Archives, Stanford, by Carol Corwen, September l985. Incl: correspondence concerning progress of research and availability of material; and photocopies of J.Stilwell's diaries, chronologically arranged.

Box 51 , Folder 4

Chronology of Joseph Stilwell's life, 9/9/85 (9p); notes on "Walkout with Stilwell in Burma" by F.Dorn (11p) and "The Stilwell Papers" (47p); tape transcripts of interview with T.White (5 tapes), 9/23/85, and of Stilwell seminar (4 tapes).

Box 51 , Folder 5

Letter to W.Salt from J.Levin regarding project, 8/2/84; notes on "J.Stilwell and the American Experience" by B.Tuchman; "The Soong Dynasty"; "In Search of History"; and "Thunder Out of China" by T.White.

Box 51 , Folder 6

Photocopy of "The Powers that Be" by D.Halberstam, dealing with Joseph Sitwell, T.White and Henry Luce (pp.100-129).

Box 52 , Folder 1

Photocopies of newspaper articles regarding Joseph Stilwell, 1942-46. 17 items.

Box 52 , Folder 2

Photocopies of newspaper articles regarding Chiang Kai-Shek, 1931-1943. 13 items.

Box 52 , Folder 3

Photocopies of maps of China and Burma. 7 items.

Box 52 , Folder 4

Miscellaneous newspaper and magazine clippings concerning Chinese history and politics, 1985.

Box 113 , Folder -

Audiotapes of interview with T.White. Labeled and dated (Transcriptions in box 52, folder 3). 6 tapes.

 

Script Material

Box 50 , Folder 5

Outline, April 1986, incl.continuity notes, 5p.

Box 50 , Folder 6

Continuity notes, April l986. Two different versions: one, 54p, with extensive annotations and corrections; the other, 56p, dated 4/8/86.

Box 50 , Folder 7

Continuity notes, April-May l986. Various versions and reworkings, arranged chronologically; notes dated 5/19/86 are a copy of annotated draft dated 5/14/86.

Box 50 , Folder 8

Continuity notes, April-May l986. Incl: final version of all continuity notes for project; and note on use of voice-over device. Various dates and pagings.

Box 51 , Folder 1

235 index cards with notes on historical background, chronology, characters, situations and settings.

 

TULKU

 

Correspondence

Box 81 , Folder 11

Correspondence regarding Loanout Agreement between Warner Bros. and Jennorah Productions, Inc. (W.Salt); various letters and materials regarding research for project, August l983-January 1985.

 

Research Material

Box 50 , Folder 3

Photocopy of "On Top of the World. Five Women Explorers in Tibet", by Luree Miller (1976).

Box 50 , Folder 4

Notes on Tibet and China. Incl: photocopy of article on Chinese poetry; typed overview on historical relationships between both countries; several typed and hand-written notes on social and religious customs in China.

Box 113 , Folder -

Audiotapes (microcassettes) of research material for "Tulku" script. Some labeled and dated. 10 tapes.

 

Script Material

Box 48 , Folder 4

Outline of "Tulku" (novel) and continuity notes; notes on characters and plot; story conference notes; rewrite notes; with dates and annotations, l983-85.

Box 48 , Folder 5

Master File, October 1983-May 1984. Script, incl. continuity notes and notes on characters (folder 1 of 2).

Box 49 , Folder 1

Master File, October 1983-May 1984. Script, incl. continuity notes and notes on plot and characters, with dates and annotations (folder 2 of 2).

Box 49 , Folder 2

Master File, June 1984-January 1985. Script, incl. continuity notes and notes on characters (folder 1 of 2).

Box 49 , Folder 3

Master File, June 1984-January l985. Script, incl. continuity notes and notes on characters (folder 2 of 2).

Box 49 , Folder 4

Script, 5/29/84. 112p + 4 unnumbered pages ("Final Sequence"). Note on cover: "Rough Rough".

Box 49 , Folder 5

Script, August-September l984. 146p. (Missing several pages).

Box 49 , Folder 6

Script, August-September l984. 137p. (Not the same as box 49, folder 5).

Box 49 , Folder 7

Script, 2/28/85. 124p.

Box 50 , Folder 1

39 index cards with notes on characters, situations, dialogue, settings, etc.

Box 50 , Folder 2

Photocopy of "Tulku" (novel), by Peter Dickinson (l979, 286p). Passages of text marked by W.Salt.

 

STAGE PRODUCTIONS

 

DAVY JONES' LOCKER

 

Box 91 , Folder 3

Script material for marionette play with music, produced by Bil and Cora Baird's Marionette Theatre. Incl: outline; play by W.Salt ("M.L.Davenport") and Arthur Burns; drafts and notes; musical score; programs. 11 items.

 

THE QUEEN AND THE BARON

 

Box 71 , Folder 5

Theatrical sketch, n.d., 15p. (See box 114, folder 12, for program of stage production of this sketch in Berkeley, l934).

Box 114 , Folder 12

Program of stage production of W.Salt's sketch "The Queen and the Baron", Berkeley, 1934; programs of two other stage productions in which W.Salt participated as actor and stage manager, 1936. 5 items.

 

SANDHOG

 

Clippings

Box 90 , Folder 5

Newspaper and magazine reviews of stage production at the Phoenix Theater, New York, November 1954. 14 items.

Box 90 , Folder 6

Photostats of theater reviews, 1954-55. 7 items.

 

Correspondence

Box 90 , Folder 8

"Sandhog" production in East Berlin. Incl: legal correspondence with German publisher, May-July 1959; German version of play, annotated, 134p; postcards and letters from Earl Robinson during trip to Eastern Europe, May-June 1959; etc. 22 items.

Box 90 , Folder 9

Congratulatory telegrams, 11/23/54. 15 items.

Box 90 , Folder 12

Correspondence regarding literary representation and theatrical rights for "Sandhog" in Europe, 1954-59. 12 items.

Box 90 , Folder 13

Correspondence with Earl Robinson regarding theatrical rights and royalties, and varios projects, 1961-71. 10 items.

Box 90 , Folder 15

Miscellaneous correspondence, incl. congratulatory letters, 1954-76. 12 items.

 

Financial-Legal

Box 90 , Folder 7

Contract between Earl Robinson/Waldo Salt and Cherry Lane Music, Inc., regarding rights for song "Johnny's Gone", 2/2/60. 4 copies.

Box 90 , Folder 11

Letters from the management of the Phoenix Theatre, incl. daily boxoffice ticket sales records for November-December 1954.

Box 90 , Folder 14

Legal correspondence regarding royalties and rights, 1960-77. 5 items.

Box 90 , Folder 16

Legal correspondence and hand-written notes concerning budget and estimates for New York production, n.d.

Box 90 , Folder 17

Legal correspondence regarding rights to Theodore Dreiser's short story; copyright of play; business partnership between W.Salt and Earl Robinson; etc, 1951-54. 44 items.

 

Publicity Material

Box 90 , Folder 10

Programs for New York production, premiered 11/23/54 at the Phoenix Theatre; program for production by the Northwestern University Theatre, February-March, 1959. 4 items.

 

Research Material

Box 91 , Folder 1

Hand-written research notes, n.d.

Box 91 , Folder 2

Newspaper clippings regarding construction of tunnel under the Hudson river. 4 items.

 

Script Material

Box 86 , Folder 6

Typed and hand-written plot and scene outline, with notes, n.d. Uncollated.

Box 86 , Folder 7

Typed and hand-written notes and outlines, n.d. Uncollated.

Box 87 , Folder 1

Typed and hand-written script material, incl. rewrite notes, notes on Acts two and three, etc., n.d.

Box 87 , Folder 2

Typed and hand-written script material, incl. notes and drafts, n.d. Uncollated.

Box 87 , Folder 3

Typed and hand-written script material, incl: "First reading script: Acts one and two"; lyrics and score for various songs, with annotations. n.d.

Box 87 , Folder 4

Typed and hand-written drafts for Act one, Scenes one, four and five, n.d.

Box 87 , Folder 5

Typed and hand-written drafts for Act two, n.d.

Box 87 , Folder 6

Typed drafts for Act three, n.d.

Box 87 , Folder 7

Typed and hand-written rewrites for Acts one, two and three, n.d.

Box 87 , Folder 8

Typed and hand-written material for "Cantata" show number, n.d.

Box 87 , Folder 9

Typed and hand-written notes and draft for "Kids" show number, incl. lyrics and score, n.d.

Box 87 , Folder 10

Carbon copies of Acts one, two and three (two different versions), n.d.

Box 88 , Folder 1

Uncollated script material, with annotations, n.d.

Box 88 , Folder 2

Uncollated script material, with annotations, n.d.

Box 88 , Folder 3

Uncollated script material, n.d.

Box 88 , Folder 4

Script, "First Draft", n.d.

Box 88 , Folder 5

Script, n.d. Note on cover: "Sandhog. A Play with Music by Waldo Salt and Earl Robinson, based upon "St. Columba and the River", a short story by Theodore Dreiser".

Box 88 , Folder 6

Script, n.d. (Another version of play).

Box 88 , Folder 7

Recording script and Chorus & Narration script, with annotations, n.d.

Box 88 , Folder 8

Script, annotated, n.d. Note on cover: "Sandhog. A Musical Play by Earl Robinson and Waldo Salt, based upon "St.Columba and the River", a short story by Theodore Dreiser. Property of Phoenix Theatre, by special arrangements with Rachel Productions".

Box 89 , Folder 1

Script, annotated, n.d. Label on cover: "Stage manager's book", incl. schedule of rehearsal and opening (November 9-23, l954), lists of cast and scene breakdown.

Box 89 , Folder 2

Script, n.d. Note on cover: "Sandhog. A Folk Opera in 3 Acts, by Earl Robinson and Waldo Salt [..]. Directed by Howard Da Silva. Musical Direction by Ben Steinberg [..]. 3 copies.

Box 90 , Folder 1

Typed and hand-written script material, "First Rough", n.d.

Box 90 , Folder 2

Typed and hand-written lyrics for "Tunnel Dream" song, 9p; notebook with lyrics for "Sweat Song", n.d.

Box 90 , Folder 3

Sheet music for songs, published by Chappell and Co. Incl: "Twins" (6 copies); "Katie O'Sullivan" (8 copies); "Johnny-O" (5 copies); "The Bends" (4 copies).

Box 90 , Folder 4

Musical score for "Sandhog Quartet" (3 copies) and "Finale" (1 copy).

 

SIDE BY SIDE

 

Box 91 , Folder 4

Narration for musical performance (2 versions), annotated, n.d.; newspaper and magazine clippings, 1952-54.

 

PROJECTS

 

ALL FOR ART

 

Box 60 , Folder 4

Comedy in one act, "(for women's clubs)", n.d., 20p.

 

ALTAR MASTERPIECE

 

Box 60 , Folder 5

Script and research material for project on XVth century Polish artist Wit Stwosz and his altar masterpiece for St.Mary's church in Cracow, n.d. Incl: shot breakdown with narration; and unnumbered typed and hand-written notes.

 

APPEARANCES

 

Box 60 , Folder 6

Theatrical sketch, n.d., 12p.

 

THE APPLE BLOSSOMS SPRING AND FALL

 

Box 60 , Folder 7

Story idea and drafts, n.d.

 

AROUND THE WORLD

 

Box 60 , Folder 9

Story idea, "(Notes for a script)", n.d., 18p.

 

AU BORD DE LA SEINE

 

Box 60 , Folder 8

Theatrical sketch, "(a melodrama)", n.d., 9p. Manuscript signed by W.Salt. Sketches on back of some pages.

 

BABY GIRL EMILY CAHILL

 

Box 60 , Folder 10

Story idea, script material and scene breakdown, n.d.

 

BANK ACCOUNT, BIG BLUE BUICK AND BERTHA

 

Box 60 , Folder 11

Story idea, with notes, n.d., 4p.

 

THE BIG SHOT

 

Box 61 , Folder 2

Treatment, 3/3/50, 21p, for Norma Productions, Burbank, California. Final draft screenplay, 5/31/50, 43p.

 

BLAST OF SILENCE

 

Notebook

Box 110 , Folder 6

Notebook containing notes, sketches and drawings for project, n.d.

 

BLIND LOVE

 

Box 61 , Folder 3

Story idea, n.d., 15p; hand-written notes.

 

BOLIVAR

 

Box 61 , Folder 4

Treatment, 7/12/63, 80p.

 

CAPTAIN KIDD

 

Box 61 , Folder 6

Correspondence and script material regarding pirate film with Ben Hecht. Incl: two different treatments of story, n.d. (one,108p, with annotations); letters and telegrams to and from W.Salt ("Mel Davenport"), B.Hecht and R.Haggiag, 1959-60 (9 items).

 

COLONEL MARCH OF SCOTLAND YARD (TV series, 1957)

 

Box 62 , Folder 2

Scripts for British TV series: "The Case of the Kidnapped Poodle", 2 versions with introductory and rewrite notes, n.d.; "The Abominable Showman", ("Script No.7"), n.d., annotated; drafts and notes. Production and air dates not verified.

 

COME AWAY HOME

 

Box 62 , Folder 4

Story outline, n.d., 17p.

 

A COMEDY OF BAD MANNERS

 

Box 62 , Folder 3

Theatrical sketch, n.d., 7p.

 

CORONET BLUE (TV series)

 

Box 62 , Folder 5

Script material for Plautus Productions, Inc.: Outline: "Warrior of the Empty Hand", n.d., 20p; annotated script, same title, n.d.; annotated script: "Tomoyo", 5/20/65; script and research material related to series, 1965. Air date not verified.

 

THE CRIMSON PIRATE

 

Box 62 , Folder 1

Script material: Treatment by W.Salt, 11/22/50, for Norma Productions, with some annotations, 53p; script, "English Estimating", no author, 3/7/51, 148p; script, "Revised Final for England", by Roland Kibbee, 9/6/51, 115p.

Box 75 , Folder 1

Story idea, drafts, typed and hand-written research notes. n.d.

 

CRISIS IN CANDY

 

Box 62 , Folder 6

Story idea, n.d., 7p. 3 copies.

 

DANGEROUS THING

 

Box 62 , Folder 7

Story idea, n.d., 12p; typed and hand-written notes.

 

DESIGN FOR PRIVATE CONVERSATION

 

Box 62 , Folder 9

Theatrical sketch, n.d., 9p, with program insert from the Palo Alto Community Players, n.d.

 

DIANA

 

Box 62 , Folder 10

Story idea, n.d., 14p; hand-written notes.

 

THE DOCTOR OF DOOM

 

Box 62 , Folder 11

Nine sketches for radio program, n.d., annotated.

 

THE EARTH-OUR PLANET

 

Box 63 , Folder 6

Script and research material for project on Earth and astronomer N.Copernicus' anniversary, n.d.

 

THE END

 

Box 63 , Folder 7

Theatrical sketch, "(An Episode of Melodrama)", n.d., 10p.

 

END OF SUMMER

 

Box 120 , Folder 4

Lyrics. Typed script, n.d., 3p (3 copies); typed and hand-written drafts; small notebook with lyrics, n.d.

 

FILMSTRIP FOR PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD

 

Box 64 , Folder 1

Treatment and notes for educational project promoting use of railroads, n.d.

 

THE FIRESIDE FAMILY

 

Box 64 , Folder 2

Script material for TV series project on traditional American songs, n.d. Incl: outlines for series and various episodes; 2 versions of script: "Whistle, Daughter, Whistle", 10 and 20p; hand-written notes.

 

THE FIRST WEEK

 

Box 64 , Folder 3

Theatrical sketch, n.d., hand-written in 3 Stanford University blue books.

 

FLAT-OUT!

 

Box 118 , Folder 2

Story idea for a TV series, n.d. Typed script, 3p. Clipping with story by Tom Wolfe, in "Esquire", n.d., 14p.

 

FREEDOM ROAD

 

Box 64 , Folder 9

Script by Howard Fast and Leo Hurwitz, n.d., 216p.

Box 65 , Folder 1

Script material: script, n.d., with note on cover: "What's left of old script", 229p (missing pages 1-7); scene-sequence breakdown, 79p.

Box 80 , Folder 18

Photocopy of letter to Joseph Gould concerning story outline, 4/1/47.

 

FRONTIER LAWYER

 

Box 65 , Folder 3

Outline for TV series project, n.d., 6p.

Box 110 , Folder 7

Notes and sketches for TV project, incl. drawings, n.d.

 

GALLANT LADY

 

Box 120 , Folder 7

Story treatment, 33p; scene breakdown (two versions: 11 and 12p); hand-written and typed notes regarding characters and plot. n.d.

 

GOOD GIRLS

 

Box 65 , Folder 4

Two versions of story idea, May 1983, 10 and 12p; typed notes.

 

GOOD MORNING!

 

Box 65 , Folder 5

Two versions of play, "(An American Bathroom Farce in 3 acts)", n.d. One is complete (76p) and annotated, the other has act II and III only.

 

THE GUIDE

 

Box 75 , Folder 2

Story idea, n.d., 2p.

 

HEY, RUBE!

 

Box 65 , Folder 7

Outline for TV series, n.d., 9p, using pseudonym M.L.Davenport. Annotated.

 

THE HIGHWAYMAN (TV series)

 

Box 65 , Folder 6

Script material British TV series, 1958: scripts for episodes #1 and #2, n.d., 35 and 35p; outlines for #3 and episodes titled:"The Indiscreet Time-piece" and "The Distiller's Apprentice"; research notes; series outline. Production date not verified.

Box 80 , Folder 47

Correspondence with producers (Sapphire Films Ltd.) regarding scripts for TV series project, 1956-58.

Box 118 , Folder 1

Script for episode #3: "The Duel", n.d. 35p. Another title for the series, on front page: "Stand and Deliver!".

 

IF AT FIRST ..

 

Box 65 , Folder 8

Theatrical sketch, n.d., 15p.

 

IN HOUSES I ENTER

 

Box 65 , Folder 12

Script material for television play by Arthur Behrstock (pseudonym for W.Salt). Incl: Outline; scene breakdown; script, 10/24/55-11/1/55 ("incomplete"), 31p; hand-written notes.

 

INDEMNITY

 

Box 65 , Folder 9

Script material: outline for TV series, n.d., 4p; annotated scripts for three episodes -one dated 1957- by Milton Gelman [possibly pseudonym for W.Salt?]; hand-written notes and newspaper clipping.

 

INDIAN SUMMER

 

Box 65 , Folder 11

Story idea, n.d., 1p.

 

THE INGRATE

 

Box 65 , Folder 10

Theatrical sketch, n.d., 10p.

 

INSURRECTION AT CHAPARRAL

 

Box 65 , Folder 13

Story idea, n.d., 4p; longer version of story, hand-written in two notebooks, n.d.

 

KARL TANZLER-COUNT VON COSEL

 

Box 78 , Folder 2

Research material on Karl Tanzler, a.k.a. Count Von Cosel. Incl: newspaper clippings, n.d.; photocopies of newspaper articles and typed articles.

 

LAST CELEBRATION

 

Box 75 , Folder 4

Typed and hand-written notes and drafts on film project about the end of World War II; two letters from W.Salt concerning project, dated April 21 and 23, 1963.

 

THE LEGEND OF SLEEPY HOLLOW

 

Box 67 , Folder 4

Script material: scene-sequence breakdown, n.d.; script, 2/24/45, 122p, 2 copies: one with revised blue pages.

 

LIFE IS FOR THE BIRDS

 

Box 67 , Folder 5

Hand-written and typed notes for film project; letter from Elektra Productions regarding film, 6/17/57; 3 newspaper clippings from The New York Times, n.d.

 

LOVE AND THE LITTLE FANS

 

Box 67 , Folder 6

Story idea by Arthur Behrstock (pseudonym for W.Salt), n.d., 8p, 2 copies.

 

MACGOWAN

 

Box 67 , Folder 10

Play in three acts, n.d., hand-written in 9 Stanford University blue books; scenes "1" through "5" in separate pages.

 

A MAN NAMED THIN

 

Box 67 , Folder 7

Outline for TV series project on Dashiell Hammett stories, n.d., 9p; photocopy of "A Man Named Thin" (short story) by D.Hammett.

 

THE MARK OF ROMULUS

 

Box 67 , Folder 11

Outline and notes on characters and plot for TV series project on ancient Rome, n.d, 6p; 55 hand-drawn cartoon strips by M.Wong and J.P.Cahn.

 

A MATTER OF CONVICTION

 

Box 67 , Folder 8

Script, with shot breakdown, for Harold Hecht Productions, n.d. 157p. Annotations on last two pages.

 

MERMAID IN MANHATTAN

 

Box 67 , Folder 9

Story idea and draft, 3/2/36, 16p.

 

MIGRANT WORKERS

 

Box 78 , Folder 3

Research material on migrant workers. Incl: photocopies of newspapers and magazine articles; photocopy of book "The Offshores", 1966; copy of report on migrant workers' situation, l940.

Box 79 , Folder -

Research material on migrant workers. Incl.: photographs; photocopies of newspaper clippings; legislation; booklets and pamphlets; tape transcripts of interviews with workers, 1940 and various other dates.

 

MISCELLANEOUS PROJECTS

 

Box 75 , Folder 7

Unidentified story materials: typed and hand-written, drafts and notes, n.d.

 

MOTHER

 

Box 68 , Folder 6

Monologue, n.d., 3p.

 

MR. BROADWAY

 

Box 68 , Folder 1

Script material: story idea, n.d., 3p; outline, n.d., 5p; outline: "Shake Hands with Billy Shine", n.d., 17p; script, n.d., 66p; letter from CBS Television rejecting W.Salt's story for "Mike Bell" series, 8/31/64.

 

MR.BROADWAY

 

Notebook

Box 110 , Folder 5

Notebook containing notes, sketches and drawings for "Mr.Broadway" project, n.d.

 

THE NIGHT OF THE BERSERK TURK

 

Box 68 , Folder 7

Script materials for television project: two versions of treatment, n.d., 11 and 13p, with annotations; script, n.d., various pagings.

 

NO MORE TONIGHT

 

Box 69 , Folder 1

Theatrical play, "(A Comedy in Three Acts)", 1936, no paging. In collaboration with Robert R. Presnell, Jr.

 

NOSES FOR NEWS

 

Box 63 , Folder 3

Sketch for radio program, 12/3/35, 11p.

 

THE OCTOPUS

 

Box 69 , Folder 6

Correspondence between W.Salt ("Mel Davenport") and producer Sydney Harmon regarding possible adaptation of novel "The Octopus", July-September 1960. 4 items.

 

OPEN SEASON

 

Box 69 , Folder 7

Theatrical play, n.d., various pagings. Note on cover: "Property of Sidney Harmon". 6 copies -slightly different-, marked "1"-"5", with annotations and corrections. (folder 1 of 3).

Box 70 , Folder 1

Theatrical play, n.d., various pagings. Note on cover: "Property of Sidney Harmon". 6 copies -slightly different-, marked "1"-"5", with annotations and corrections. (folder 2 of 3).

Box 70 , Folder 2

Theatrical play, n.d., various pagings. Note on cover: "Property of Sidney Harmon". 6 copies -slightly different-, marked "1"-"5", with annotations and corrections. (folder 3 of 3).

 

OPERATION LIFE

 

Box 70 , Folder 3

Treatment for a documentary film, n.d., 5p.

 

THE ORIGINAL MANNER

 

Box 70 , Folder 4

Outline and drafts for film project based on life of Henry Rousseau, "Le Douanier", 7/15/59, with annotations; letter to "Z" about project, undated.

 

PEACE

 

Box 70 , Folder 6

Two versions of theatrical sketch, with different titles: "Peace", n.d., 7p; "Ten More Minutes", n.d., 6p; hand-written draft, n.d., 6p.

Box 75 , Folder 5

Script materials for documentary project: shot breakdown in 6 reels, n.d., 29p, annotated; copy of song; typed notes by Joris Ivens, "The World Peace Congress Film", n.d., 2p.

 

THE PENALTY

 

Box 70 , Folder 5

Theatrical sketch, n.d., 9p.

 

PENNYWORTH

 

Box 71 , Folder 1

Uncollated pages of play in three acts, with annotations and corrections, n.d.; hand-written notes in two Stanford blue books, n.d.

 

POTENTATE

 

Box 110 , Folder 6

Notebook containing notes, sketches and drawings for project, n.d.

 

THE PRESS AGENT

 

Box 71 , Folder 2

Theatrical sketch, n.d., 9p. Annotated.

 

THE PRINCESS AND THE KING

 

Box 71 , Folder 3

Theatrical sketch, "(A Caprice)", n.d., 17p.

 

PROXY

 

Box 71 , Folder 4

Theatrical play, "(A Comedy in Three Acts)", n.d., various pagings, with annotations and numerous pages with revisions. In collaboration with William Salt.

 

RED BONE WOMAN

 

Box 72 , Folder 3

Scene outline, n.d., 6p.

 

REFORM TICKET

 

Box 73 , Folder 3

Story idea, n.d., 6p.

 

THE REPORTER (TV series)

 

Box 73 , Folder 4

Outlines of two episodes for CBS 1964 TV series: "The Doormouse", 4/19/64, 17p, 2 copies, annotated; "A Hotel with a Heart", n.d., 6p, 3 copies, annotated; character outline, no author, n.d. Production dates not verified.

 

ROSENBERG-SOBELL

 

Box 73 , Folder 7

Outline for film project about the Rosenberg-Sobell case, n.d., 89p; letter, signed "Milt", concerning W.Salt's outline, n.d.

 

SAN FRANCISCO-1945

 

Box 73 , Folder 8

Outline for project on San Francisco and the creation of the United Nations in 1945, n.d., 12p.

 

THE SCENE TONIGHT

 

Box 73 , Folder 9

Script material for TV series project: 3 versions of outline; outline, script and drafts for episode #1:"A Screaming Silence", by Mel Davenport (pseudonym), n.d., 27 and 57p; correspondence with H.Brodkin (Plautus Productions), Feb.1963-April 1964.

 

SIXTY MILLION JOBS

 

Box 73 , Folder 10

Treatment, n.d., 17p.

 

SONG OF SONGS

 

Box 73 , Folder 11

Hand-written notes on King Solomon's poem, 5p; research notes in notebook, n.d.

 

THE SPICE OF LIFE

 

Box 74 , Folder 1

Script for TV project for Norma Productions, 6/1/50, 48p. In collaboration with Frank Tashlin.

 

STAKEOUT (TV series)

 

Box 74 , Folder 2

Scripts by M.L.Davenport (pseudonym) for Screen Gems, Inc : "Scared Witness", 11/28/58, 40p; "The Gasparilla", 1/26/59, 39p; "Trial and Error", 3 /11/59, 36p; "Danger Road", 3/26/59, 42p; "The Fugitive", 4/26/59, 39p.

Box 74 , Folder 3

Script materials: outlines for various episodes, n.d.; 14 memos from the Florida Sheriff's Bureau, December 1958-April 1959; research notes, 2 items; production materials, April 1959, 3 items.

Box 74 , Folder 4

Script materials: outline and notes for episode "The Kale Boys", l958; various versions of script and drafts: story by M.L.Davenport and scripts by Will Lorin, 7/15/58 and 11/2/58, and by Kenneth Gamet, 12/10/58.

 

THEY GO SOUTH FOR THE WINTER

 

Box 118 , Folder 5

Theatrical sketch ("A Farce"). Typed script, n.d. 8p.

 

THOSE CASEY KIDS

 

Box 118 , Folder 6

Screen treatment by M.L.Davenport (pseudonym for W.Salt), n.d. 105p.

 

TIME BOMB

 

Box 120 , Folder 5

Story idea, n.d. 1p.

 

THE TOWER OF BABEL JOB

 

Box 118 , Folder 7

Script material for musical play. Incl: typed script, with annotations, corrections and rewrite notes, n.d., 14p; music sheets with lyrics; manuscript of play in small notebook; letter to W.Salt from Earl Robinson, n.d.; uncollated script materials.

 

TWO MEALS ON SUNDAY

 

Box 118 , Folder 8

Theatrical play, l936. Various pagings.

 

VANISHED YESTERDAY

 

Box 118 , Folder 9

Theatrical sketch ("A Farce"), n.d. 9p.

 

VOYAGE OF "THE BEAGLE"

 

Box 118 , Folder 10

Correspondence with Sapphire Films Ltd. (Great Britain) regarding film project on Charles Darwin's voyage, June-July 1958 (3 letters); research notes, April 1963, 6p.

 

WARZAWA

 

Box 118 , Folder 11

Scene outline for documentary project on Warsaw. Two versions (21 and 22p), annotated, n.d.

 

THE WAY WEST

 

Box 118 , Folder 12

Script, 3/16/64. 84p. Incl. script notes, l963.

 

WHO KILLED SERGE RUBINSTEIN?

 

Box 78 , Folder 1

Magazines: "Reader's Digest", June 1956; "Newsweek", 2/14/55; "Business Week", 2/5/55; "Fortune", May 1955; "Life", 2/7/55.

Box 110 , Folder 6

Notes and sketches for "Who Killed Serge Rubinstein?" and other projects, incl. drawings, n.d. (List on front page).

Box 119 , Folder 1

Script, "draft 3", by M.L.Davenport (pseudonym). 150p. (2 copies).

 

Script Material

Box 118 , Folder 13

Outline and scene breakdown (typed and hand-written versions), n.d.

Box 118 , Folder 14

Uncollated script materials, incl. notes on characters and plot, outlines, etc. n.d.

 

WISHING WELL/ 15 WORDS

 

Box 120 , Folder 9

Drawings, hand-written and typed notes, n.d.

 

WOMEN'S BARRACKS

 

Box 119 , Folder 3

Script, with annotations and corrections, various pagings. n.d.

Box 119 , Folder 4

Script by Jacques Remy and Joseph Morhaim; adaptation by A.Behrstock (pseudonym for W.Salt) and A.S.Cooper. [1955]. 120p.

Box 119 , Folder 5

Script; no mention of author. Note on cover: "Property of Damon Productions, Inc., New York City". n.d. 124p.

Box 119 , Folder 6

Script by Arthur Behrstock (W.Salt's pseudonym) and A.S.Cooper. Note on cover: "screen adaptation by Nato De Angeles from the book by Tereska Torres". n.d. 122p.

Box 120 , Folder 1

Script materials. Incl: typed and hand-written notes on plot and structure, and uncollated script pages. n.d.

Box 120 , Folder 2

Outline of novel by Tereska Torres and outline for screenplay, n.d., 2 versions (19 and 25p); treatment by Jacques Remy, n.d., 83p; treatment by Edmund Tezcinski, n.d., 40p.

 

WOODES ROGERS (TV series)

 

Box 74 , Folder 5

Outline for episode "The Parson's Son", n.d., 2p. Note on page 1: "MLD #1" (Mel Davenport, pseudonym).

Box 80 , Folder 47

Correspondence with producers (Sapphire Films Ltd.) regarding scripts for TV series project, 1956-58.

 

WORDS, WORDS, WORDS

 

Box 74 , Folder 6

Theatrical sketch, by "Chablis," n.d., typed script, 8p.

 

CORRESPONDENCE

 

ATHERTON, WILLIAM

 

Box 80 , Folder 1

Manuscript letter by William Atherton, n.d.

 

BAIRD, BIL

 

Box 80 , Folder 2

Manuscript letter by Bil Baird, n.d.; drawing, signed "Bil", n.d.

 

BIRD, TOM

 

Box 80 , Folder 3

Three typed letters by Tom Bird, Artistic Director Vietnam Veterans Ensemble Theatre, 8/16/84, 10/4/85 and 8/4/86.

 

BIRNKRANT, ARTHUR & RUTH

 

Box 80 , Folder 4

Manuscript letter by Ruth and Arthur Birnkrant, n.d.

 

BLACK, KAREN

 

Box 80 , Folder 5

Note and telegram from Karen Black regarding a project with Arthur Penn, June 1984; photocopy of advertisement from "Variety", 7/1/83, congratulating K.Black. 3 items.

 

BRESLIN, CATHERINE

 

Box 80 , Folder 6

Two manuscript letters by Catherine Breslin, [1980].

 

CORMILLOT, ALBERTO

 

Box 80 , Folder 7

Typed letter by Alberto Cormillot, 9/20/73, incl. two photos with W.Salt.

 

DEUTSCH, DAVID

 

Box 80 , Folder 13

Typed letter by David Deutsch, 12/2/80, regarding film project; typed letter [by Victor Wilmer], about the same topic, n.d.

 

FONDA, JANE

 

Box 80 , Folder 15

Card signed "Jane" [Fonda], n.d.

 

FRIENDS

 

Box 81 , Folder 14

Christmas, birthday and anniversary cards, notes and telegrams from various friends and acquaintances, various dates. 11 items.

 

FROUZA, SIMON

 

Box 80 , Folder 16

Typed letter signed "Simon" [Frouza], 4/3/86, incl. photocopy of author's trips in the U.S. 3 items.

 

GINNES, ABRAM

 

Box 80 , Folder 19

Telegram and letter from Abram S. Ginnes, 5/23/69 and 11/1/71.

 

HALPRIN, LAURENCE

 

Box 82 , Folder 3

Leaflet with program designed by Laurence Halprin to visit San Francisco. 3 items.

 

HARMON, SIDNEY

 

Box 80 , Folder 22

Typed letter by Sidney Harmon, incl. photocopy of poem and invitation to exhibit, 9/15/83. 4 items.

 

HECHT, HAROLD

 

Box 80 , Folder 23

Manuscript letter by Harold Hecht proposing W.Salt to write "The Son of the Crimson Pirate", n.d.

 

Correspondence

Box 80 , Folder 8

Photocopies and originals of correspondence concerning controversy over credits for "The Crimson Pirate" and effects of blacklist on W.Salt and other screenwriters, January-May 1952. 20 items.

 

HELLMAN, JEROME

 

Box 82 , Folder 4

Correspondence with producer Jerome Hellman regarding "Coming Home", "The Day of the Locust", "The Lonely Passion of Judith Hearne", etc, incl. photocopy of letters to Joseph Losey (8/22/73) and critic Charles Champlin, 1969-77. 17 items.

 

HILLMANN, ROBERT L.

 

Box 80 , Folder 24

Letter of recommendation for Robert H. Hillman to the John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundations, [February 1986].

 

HUNT, MARSHA

 

Box 80 , Folder 29

Typed letter by Marsha Hunt, 7/10/84.

 

JARRICO, PAUL

 

Box 80 , Folder 30

Typed and hand-written letters by Paul Jarrico, regarding personal matters and HUAC-related activities, incl. a profile of W.Salt [possibly by P.Jarrico], 1952-80. 11 items.

 

JOHNSON, BUFFIE

 

Box 80 , Folder 31

Typed and hand-written letters by Buffie Johnson, 1982-83. 5 items.

 

JOSH, DANIEL

 

Box 80 , Folder 9

Typed letter by Josh Daniel, describing film project, n.d.; response by W.Salt, 11/5/85.

 

LIM, GENNY

 

Box 80 , Folder 32

Typed letter by Genny Lim, 10/18/85; two letters of recommendation for her by W.Salt, addressed to the National Endowment for the Arts, 4/5/84, and the John Simon Guggenheim Foundation, n.d.

 

THE LIVING THEATER

 

Box 81 , Folder 15

Two typed and manuscript letters by Julian Beck and Judith Malina, members of The Living Theater, thanking W.Salt for his contribution towards their release from prison in Brazil, 9/4/71.

 

LOSEY, JOSEPH

 

Box 80 , Folder 33

Correspondence with Joseph Losey regarding "Courier to Peking" and "Save Me the Waltz" projects, and discussing producer Jerome Hellman's participation in them, 1973-1974. 7 items.

 

LUMI, MARIKA

 

Box 80 , Folder 34

Correspondence with Marika Lumi regarding Memorandum of Agreement between her and Jennorah Productions, Inc. (W.Salt) to develop project based on book "The Kin of Ata", July-September 1982. 6 items.

 

MACLAINE, SHIRLEY

 

Box 80 , Folder 36

Manuscript card by Shirley MacLaine, n.d.

 

MCDANIEL, CHARLES A.

 

Box 80 , Folder 35

Typed letter by Charles A. McDaniel, incl. photocopy of typed article by the author, 4/7/87.

 

MICHEL, DEE

 

Box 80 , Folder 38

Two typed and manuscript letters by Dee Michel, incl. clipping, n.d. and 8/2/81.

 

MICHEL, GUY

 

Box 80 , Folder 37

Typed letter by Guy Michel, incl. postcards, drawings and clippings, n.d.

Box 82 , Folder 1

Correspondence with Guy Michel regarding magazine "Art Maggots", n.d., incl. clippings, photocopies and original artwork, issues of magazine and calendar.

 

O'CONNELL, SUSAN

 

Box 80 , Folder 39

Typed letter by Susan O'Connell, 7/17/78.

 

POWELL, MICHAEL

 

Box 80 , Folder 40

Manuscript letter by British director Michael Powell addressed to "Mr.Davenport" (pseudonym), concerning the filming of W.Salt's script "Never Turn Your Back on a Friend", 12/22/63.

 

PUTTNAM, DAVID

 

Box 80 , Folder 41

Photocopy of congratulatory from W.Salt to David Puttnam; W.Salt mentions his poor health and medical advice not to work, 2/18/87.

 

ROBINSON, EARL

 

Box 80 , Folder 43

Typed and manuscript letters and postcards by Earl Robinson, incl. clippings, l959-1981. 19 items.

Box 80 , Folder 44

Typed and manuscript letters and cards by Earl Robinson, incl. clippings, n.d. 17 items.

Box 80 , Folder 45

Letters from the Earl Robinson Foundation, March 1981-February 1982. 7 items.

 

ROSENBAUM, NINA

 

Box 80 , Folder 46

Typed letter by documentary filmmaker Nina Rosenbaum, seeking support for film project, 10/30/85. Incl. clippings of her film career and material related to the project. 7 items.

 

SALO, MATTI

 

Box 81 , Folder 6

Two typed letters by Matti Salo -Finnish Film Archive-, concerning his research for book on blacklisted writers, 7/26/85 and 11/14/85; letter by W.Salt providing information, 1/5/85.

 

SALT -A STORY ABOUT A FILM

 

Box 81 , Folder 1

Three letters by Marine Dominguez and Lisa D. Kernan regarding film project about the making of the 1954 "Salt of the Earth", l984-86. 9 items.

 

SAVE ME THE WALTZ

 

Box 81 , Folder 2

Correspondence with Joseph Losey and Jerome Hellman regarding film project "Save me the Waltz", August 1972-April 1973. 8 items.

 

SCHLESINGER, JOHN

 

Box 81 , Folder 3

Three typed letters by John Schlesinger regarding "Coming Home" and "The Day of the Locust", 5/1/70, 7/7/71 and 4/20/72; manuscript letter by J.Schlesinger, n.d.; copy of letter by Jerome Hellman to J.Schlesinger concerning various projects, 7/13/70.

 

SPANISH REFUGEES

 

Box 81 , Folder 9

Report and brochure from Eric G.Muggeridge-Foster Parents'Plan for Spanish Children; three manuscript letters, in Spanish with typed English version, by child refuggee Juan Campuzano Solanas, incl. his photo, 7/27/39, 10/28/39, 12/11/39. 11 items.

 

STEFFENS, ROGER

 

Box 81 , Folder 7

Two typed letters by Roger Steffens, Vietnam veteran, 6/25/75 and 2/24/76, incl. clipping; letter by Richard G.Hofman, also a Vietnam veteran, 4/10/79.

 

TRUMBO, DALTON

 

Box 81 , Folder 10

Letter by Dalton Trumbo, congratulating W.Salt on "Midnight Cowboy", 2/16/70.

 

VAN LIEU, FELIX

 

Box 80 , Folder 10

Two letters by W.Salt to the Social Security Administration regarding the use of pen names "M.L.Davenport -Marion Lewis Davenport" and "Felix Van Lieu", July 29 and October 11, l957; invoices, receipts, etc, using these pseudonyms, l959-60.

 

WARNER BROS.

 

Box 81 , Folder 12

Letter by Frank Daugherty, assistant story editor at Warner Bros., suggesting W.Salt's play "Art in Gotham", submitted to the studio, be turned into a magazine short story, 10/9/35.

 

WYLER, CATHERINE

 

Box 81 , Folder 13

Typed letter by Catherine Wyler, n.d.

 

HOUSE UN-AMERICAN ACTIVITIES COMMITTEE

 

HOUSE UN-AMERICAN ACTIVITIES COMMITTEE

 

Box 77 , Folder 1

Telegrams and subpoenas to appear before the HUAC, dated 11/19/47 and 2/17/51. 4 items.

Box 77 , Folder 2

Transcript of hearings: Testimony of Howard Da Silva and Gale Sondergaard, 3/21/51, 31p.

Box 77 , Folder 3

Transcript of hearings: Testimony of Richard Collins, 4/12/51, 101p.

Box 77 , Folder 4

Transcript of hearings: Testimony of Waldo Salt, 4/13/51, 38p.

Box 77 , Folder 5

Transcript of hearings: Testimony of Meta Reis Rosenberg, 4/13/51, 30p.

Box 77 , Folder 6

Transcript of hearings: Testimony of Paul Jarrico, 4/13/51, 17p.

Box 77 , Folder 7

Transcript of hearings: Testimony of Robert Lees, n.d., 32p.

Box 77 , Folder 8

Transcript of hearings: Testimony of Victor Killian, n.d., 4p.

Box 77 , Folder 9

Transcript of hearings: Testimony of Alfred Levitt, n.d., 8p. Letter from A.Levitt to W.Salt and Mary Davenport Salt, 10/19/51.

Box 77 , Folder 10

Two statements by W.Salt, n.d., 1 and 4p.

Box 77 , Folder 11

Newspaper clippings concerning actor Larry Parks' testimony before HUAC, March-April 1951. Three typed articles on L.Parks' case, n.d., no author. Hand-written notes on index cards.

Box 77 , Folder 12

Copies of statement and declarations regarding HUAC, n.d., no author. 4 items.

Box 77 , Folder 13

Letters and telegrams to W.Salt from family and friends regarding his testimony before HUAC, April 1951. 9 items.

Box 77 , Folder 14

Pamphlets, leaflets, legislation, invitations, regarding HUAC activities and freedom of speech. 11 items.

Box 77 , Folder 15

Newspaper clippings regarding HUAC hearings, 1951.

Box 77 , Folder 16

Issues of "Variety" and "The Hollywood Reporter" refering to HUAC hearings, October 1950-September l951. 42 copies.

Box 77 , Folder 17

Diploma honoring W.Salt after the HUAC hearings, n.d.

Box 77 , Folder 18

Material relating to the l947-48 HUAC hearings. Incl: statement by Berthold Brecht; excerpts from speeches on freedom, 11/16/47; leaflet with Ring Lardner, Jr., declarations; program of testimonial dinner, 2/27/48; etc. 9 items.

Box 77 , Folder 19

Correspondence regarding HUAC and the blacklist, 1957-83. Incl: letters from Fred Rinaldo, 9/1/57; Anne Revere, 2/16/57; Nancy Schwartz, 6/25/76; Lester Cole, 4/26/79; Ring Lardner, Jr., 2/25/81; etc. 13 items.

Box 77 , Folder 20

Miscellaneous material, incl. newspaper clipping on W.Salt and the blacklist, Los Angeles Times, 2/10/70; typed and hand-written notes; drafts and copies of speeches. 8 items.

Box 77 , Folder 21

Legal correspondence with attorney Jerome B.Lurie regarding W.Salt's affidavit submitted to the House of Representatives Committee on Un-American Activities, October 1963-January 1964. 7 items.

Box 83 , Folder 1

Correspondence regarding activities of the Actors Laboratory, Hollywood, in connection with the HUAC investigations, 1948. Copies of three plays, promoted by the Actors' Laboratory. 13 items.

 

PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES

 

A.C.L.U. - AMERICAN CIVIL LIBERTIES UNION

 

Box 82 , Folder 7

Correspondence and publications by the A.C.L.U. and other related organizations, 1983-86. 9 items.

 

ACADEMY OF MOTION PICTURE ARTS AND SCIENCES

 

Box 82 , Folder 6

Correspondence with the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences regarding membership, reception of Oscar, Academy publication, 1970-86; brochures and report. 11 items.

 

THE AMERICAN WRITERS CONGRESS

 

Box 84 , Folder 6

Correspondence regarding the organization of the American Writers Congress-1981, incl. program, invitation, clippings, hand-written note by W.Salt, August-October 1981. 8 items.

 

BEIJING FILM ACADEMY

 

Box 83 , Folder 2

Beijing Film Academy members' visit to New York University, 1984, incl. cards, list of visitors and clipping. 8 items.

 

THE DRAMATISTS GUILD

 

Box 82 , Folder 5

Correspondence with the Dramatists Guild, incl. copy of constitution, newsletters, sample of contract, information of meetings and activities, 1986. 9 items.

 

INTERNATIONAL PLATFORM ASSOCIATION

 

Box 83 , Folder 4

Publicity material from International Platform Association, 1985. 4 items.

 

LECTURES AND SEMINARS

 

Box 83 , Folder 6

Correspondence, copies of speeches and notes concerning lectures, talks and seminars given by W.Salt, 1974-1986. 29 items.

Box 83 , Folder 7

Hand-written notes outlining lecture on film, n.d.

Box 83 , Folder 8

Twenty two typed and manuscript letters requesting and thanking W.Salt's participation in lectures, seminars and related activities, 1973-1983.

 

MILL VALLEY FILM FESTIVAL

 

Box 83 , Folder 9

Correspondence regarding W.Salt's participation in the Mill Valley Film Festival, September 20-29, 1984, incl. program, tickets, cards and clippings. 28 items.

 

NEW YORK UNIVERSITY -SCHOOL OF THE ARTS

 

Box 83 , Folder 10

Letters, memos and students evaluations from the Institute of Film and Television, School of the Arts, New York University, regarding W.Salt's appointment as professor, 1977-1985. 15 items.

Box 83 , Folder 11

Letter from the New York Council of the Arts, Sciences and Professions, concerning W.Salt's nomination to the Executive Board, 5/21/52.

 

OFFICE OF THE AMERICAS (O.O.A.)

 

Box 83 , Folder 3

Two issues of "Focus", newsletter of O.O.A.-Office of the Americas; O.O.A. letter signed by actor Martin Sheen inviting new members, n.d.; flyer inviting to screening of film "Latino", [1985]. 4 items.

 

PALO ALTO COMMUNITY PLAYERS

 

Box 83 , Folder 12

Three typed and manuscript letters regarding the Palo Alto Community Players activities, 1980-82; clippings and programs, various dates. 10 items.

 

PEN AMERICAN CENTER

 

Box 83 , Folder 13

Two typed letters and newsletter from the Pen American Center, incl. invitation to attend "Forbidden Writers" program, 11/22/85 and 6/10/86.

 

STAGE - ACTOR/DIRECTOR/WRITER

 

Box 114 , Folder 10

Program sheets of theatrical events at Stanford University, in which W.Salt participated as author and actor, 1931-35. 6 items.

Box 114 , Folder 11

Programs of stage productions "Hay Fever" and "The Dover Road", directed by W.Salt at the Menlo Junior College, incl. college newspaper. 1935. 5 items.

Box 114 , Folder 12

Programs of stage productions of "The Cock Crows" and "The Pursuit of Happiness", in which W.Salt participated as an actor and stage manager, l936. 5 items.

 

STANFORD ALUMNI ASSOCIATION

 

Box 83 , Folder 14

Typed note, 7/28/70, and card signed Pat McGilligan, regarding Stanford Alumni reunion, incl. newsletter and reunion program.

 

SUNDANCE INSTITUTE

 

Box 83 , Folder 15

Correspondence with the Sundance Institute regarding W.Salt's participation in the June Laboratory for filmmakers, incl. list of participants, schedule of activities, brochure, etc, May-December l981. 14 items.

Box 83 , Folder 16

Correspondence with the Sundance Institute regarding W.Salt's impossibility to participate in the June Laboratory for filmmakers, due to his health condition, March-July 1982, incl. course material, newsletter and clipping. 11 items.

Box 83 , Folder 17

Correspondence with the Sundance Institute regarding W.Salt's participation in the June Laboratory for filmmakers, incl. list of participants, schedule of activities, brochure, newsletter, etc, January-November 1983. 9 items.

Box 84 , Folder 1

Correspondence with the Sundance Institute regarding W.Salt's participation in the June Laboratory for filmmakers, incl. list of participants, schedule of activities, brochure, cards, etc, January-December 1984. 21 items.

Box 84 , Folder 2

Correspondence with the Sundance Institute regarding W.Salt's participation in the June Laboratory for filmmakers, incl. list of participants, schedule of activities, brochures, letters from participants, clipping, etc, March-December 1985. 18 item

Box 84 , Folder 3

Correspondence with the Sundance Institute regarding W.Salt's participation in the June Laboratory for filmmakers, incl. list of participants, schedule of activities, brochures, Producers seminar materials, clippings, cards, May-Sept 1986. 31 items.

Box 84 , Folder 4

Brochure of the United States Film Festival.

 

UNION OF CONCERNED SCIENTISTS

 

Box 84 , Folder 5

Two newsletters and one brochure from the Union of Concerned Scientists, 1985-86.

 

WRITERS' CONGRESS

 

Box 84 , Folder 7

Transcript of radio interview with W.Salt regarding the 1943 Writers' Congress, Los Angeles, 11/2/43, 10p; copy of speech delivered in Royce Hall, Univ. of California, Los Angeles, n.d., 8p.

 

WRITERS GUILD OF AMERICA

 

Box 83 , Folder 5

Correspondence with the Writers Guild of America regarding Laurel Award, incl. speech, drafts, clipping and W.Salt nomination of Ring Lardner, Jr., as 1987 recipient. 4 items. January-May 1986.

Box 84 , Folder 8

Correspondence with the Writers Guild of America, 1970-86: summaries of meetings; list of members; correspondence and hand-written notes for W.G.A San Dimas Conference, l970; correspondence regarding copies of W.Salt's screenplays. 34 items.

 

PERSONAL MATERIALS

 

ARTWORK

 

Box 122 , Folder 1

Drawings by W.Salt (pencil, ink, watercolor) n.d. Unnumbered.

Box 122 , Folder 2

Gladys Schwartz' sketch-book, containing drawings and sketches (ink, pencil and watercolor). n.d. Inscribed by W.Salt.

Box 122 , Folder 3

Drawings by Gladys Schwartz (ink and pencil). Some are dated 1976. Unnumbered.

Box 122 , Folder 4

Drawings by Gladys Schwartz (ink and pencil). n.d. Unnumbered.

Box 123 , Folder -

Drawings by W.Salt (ink, pencil and charcoal). Note [by W.Salt]: "50s mostly; sketch class on 28th St. loft NYC w/Zero Mostel, Kallem brothers, Ian Hunter, etc; and Gladys Schwartz' studio on 104th St.". Unnumbered.

Box 124 , Folder -

Drawings by W.Salt (ink, pencil and charcoal). Note [by W.Salt]: "sketches 40s, 50s and 60s". Unnumbered.

Box 125 , Folder -

Drawings and cartoons by W.Salt (ink, pencil, charcoal, etc). n.d. Unnumbered.

Box 127 , Folder -

Drawings, sketches, watercolors, etc, by William Salt, Sr. (W.Salt's father), and Gladys Schwartz. Mostly undated. Unnumbered.

 

AWARDS

 

Box 117 , Folder -

Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences: Certificate of Appreciation to W.Salt for service to the Academy, n.d.

 

BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

 

Box 114 , Folder 1

W.Salt's obituary from Los Angeles Times, Los Angeles Herald Examiner, "Variety", etc; biographical data for "Who's Who in America". 8 items.

Box 114 , Folder 2

Clippings and photocopies of articles regarding W.Salt'career, various dates. 11 items.

 

FAMILY PAPERS

 

Box 91 , Folder 5

Birth certificate of Ambur [sic, Amber?] Arvilla Dana, W.Salt's wife, issued 1939.

Box 91 , Folder 6

Newspaper clippings (l975, 1986), note, drawing, mimeographed book, regarding David Greenberg, W.Salt's son-in-law. 6 items.

Box 91 , Folder 7

Note from Jonah Salt Greeenberg, W.Salt's grandson, and invitation to attend Grandparents' Day at his school, 1984.

Box 91 , Folder 8

Letters, cards, and notes to W.Salt from his daughter Deborah, 1960-86. 47 items.

Box 91 , Folder 9

Newspaper and magazine clippings (1978, 1985), booklets, catalogue, etc, regarding Deborah Salt's career as a painter. 9 items.

Box 91 , Folder 10

Drawings, collage, reproduction of works, etc., by Deborah Salt. 12 items.

Box 91 , Folder 11

Poems by Deborah Salt (197l), clippings, school report and publication incl. cover illustration and poem by her. 6 items.

Box 91 , Folder 12

Speech for W.Salt and Eve Merriam's wedding ceremony, with annotations, dated 10/22/83.

Box 91 , Folder 13

Legal correspondence regarding separation agreement between W.Salt and Eve Merriam, 1985-86. 3 items.

Box 91 , Folder 14

Statement of assets and liabilities corresponding to W.Salt and Eve Merriam Salt, 5/31/84. 2 copies.

Box 92 , Folder 1

Poems, clippings (1978,1982), and theater programs regarding Eve Merriam's professional activities. 7 items.

Box 92 , Folder 2

Letter and card signed Dee Michel, 1981, and notes. 4 items.

Box 92 , Folder 3

Letters, cards and telegram to W.Salt from his daughter Jennifer, 1962-67; correspondence from Sarah Lawrence college, 1966; etc. 14 items.

Box 92 , Folder 4

Newspaper and magazine clippings (1969-78), theater programs, regarding Jennifer Salt's career as an actress. 17 items.

Box 92 , Folder 5

Letters by Mary Davenport, W.Salt's wife, 1965-67. 11 items.

Box 92 , Folder 6

Poems by Mary Davenport, incl. letter addressed to "Gladys" [Schwartz?], 3/10/79.

Box 92 , Folder 7

W.Salt's personal documents, 1925-69. Incl: three passports; birth, marriage and divorce certificates; communication from the Office of War, 1945; etc. 8 items.

Box 93 , Folder 1

Legal correspondence regarding W.Salt's will, 1981-84. 8 items.

Box 93 , Folder 2

Invitation to attend retirement dinner in honor of W.Salt's brother William, 1970; obituary and clippings of his funeral, 1972; etc. 6 items.

Box 93 , Folder 3

Bank statements, death certificate (1950), funeral expenses, insurance certificate, etc. regarding W.Salt's father, William Haslem Salt. 12 items.

Box 93 , Folder 4

Legal correspondence regarding the estate of Winnie Shimp Salt -W.Salt's mother-, 1963. 3 items.

Box 93 , Folder 5

Letters, cards and drawings by W.Salt's wife Gladys Schwartz, undated. 12 items.

Box 93 , Folder 6

Scrap book (1977) and typed script, "Escape to America -(A Part) Autobiography and Letters" (l969), from Gladys Schwartz's parents, Simon and Anna, to W.Salt.

Box 93 , Folder 7

Correspondence, catalogues, cards, etc., related to Gladys Schwartz' art exhibits and gallery showings, 1975-81. 55 items.

Box 93 , Folder 8

Memorial speech [by Lee] in honor of Gladys Schwartz Salt, [1980]. 2 copies.

Box 93 , Folder 9

Condolence letters and cards to W.Salt for Gladys Schwartz Salt's death, 1980. 38 items.

Box 93 , Folder 10

Correspondence regarding headstone for Gladys Schwartz Salt's grave at Riverside Cemetery (Rochelle Park, New Jersey), 1980. 7 items.

Box 93 , Folder 11

Gladys Schwartz's personal documents, 1946-80. Incl: six passports; marriage, divorce and death certificates; teaching accreditations; etc. 33 items.

Box 93 , Folder 12

Legal correspondence regarding the estate of Gladys Schwartz Salt, 1980-81. 8 items.

Box 93 , Folder 13

Deeds to property of W.Salt and Gladys Schwartz Salt, 1970-78. 3 items.

Box 93 , Folder 14

Letters and photographs from Donna Titcomb, [grandaughter of W.Salt's brother William?], 1983. 4 items.

Box 93 , Folder 15

Christmas card from Patricia L[ynn] Titcomb, [grandaughter of W.Salt's brother William?], n.d.

Box 93 , Folder 16

Invitation from Mary Lynn Titcomb, [grandaughter of W.Salt's brother William?], to attend commencement ceremony at Branham High School, (San Jose, California), l978.

 

FINANCIAL-LEGAL

 

Box 84 , Folder 9

Legal correspondence with George Litto Agency, Inc., Bart/Levy Associates, Inc., and Creative Artists Agency, regarding contracts and representation, 1964-83. 8 items.

Box 84 , Folder 10

Petty cash receipts and copies of itemized expenses for W.Salt and Jennorah Productions, Inc., 1984-86.

Box 84 , Folder 11

Correspondence with United Airlines, incl. award notifications, 1983-84; correspondence with American Express regarding cash program and insurance plan, 1981-85; list detailing content of "Additional credit card box" and "wallet". 9 items.

Box 84 , Folder 12

Correspondence with attorney George T. Altman concerning W.Salt taxes, May-June 1952. 4 items.

Box 84 , Folder 13

Correspondence with accounting firm Gerwin, Jamner & Pariser, regarding management of W.Salt's finances, 1977-1985. 6 items.

Box 84 , Folder 14

Correspondence regarding W.Salt's partnership of Han Lani Farms, Hawaii, 1982-86. 9 items.

Box 84 , Folder 15

Legal correspondence concerning Jennorah Productions, Inc., incl. copy of contracts and letters from law firm Ball, Hunt, Hart, Brown and Baerwitz, l977-81. 7 items.

Box 84 , Folder 16

Legal correspondence concerning W.Salt's involvement in various judicial cases, incl. letters by attorneys, notifications, depositions, etc., 1962-67. 9 items.

Box 85 , Folder 1

Legal letter from attorney Murray C. Lertzman discussing alimony and child-support, 9/11/67; notification by the California Department of Motor Vehicle concerning hearing about W.Salt's driving permit, 1/14/66.

Box 85 , Folder 2

Correspondence with the Social Security Administration, regarding health care, 1979-80.

Box 85 , Folder 3

Contract between Leeds Music Corporation, Roy Webb and W.Salt to compose original scores and lyrics, 1/7/48.

Box 85 , Folder 5

Letters from Screen Gems, Inc., to M.L.Davenport (pseudonym), concerning payment for television scripts "King of the Jewel Thieves", "The Tidal Wave", "Scared Witness", "The Gasparilla", and music for "Ivanhoe", June 1958-April 1959. 9 items.

Box 86 , Folder 3

Legal correspondence regarding W.Salt's partnership agreement in stage play "A Raisin in the Sun", October 1958-April 1961. 19 items.

Box 86 , Folder 4

Business certificate for partnership between W.Salt and Earl Robinson, under the designation of "Music Hall Productions", August 1953.

Box 86 , Folder 5

Copy of separation agreement between W.Salt and his wife Mary Davenport Salt, unsigned, 1964; copy of trust indenture made between W.Salt and his wife, unsigned, l964.

Box 101 , Folder 11

Correspondence and records regarding W.Salt's financial situation, 1937-51. Incl: records of payments, loans, purchases, bank transactions, receipts, etc.

Box 101 , Folder 12

Correspondence with Bernard Skadron, W.Salt's business manager, 1951-52. 14 items.

Box 102 , Folder 1

Accounting ledger from January 1944 through January 1950.

Box 102 , Folder 2

Four sheets with trial balances for l950; copy of receipt from Mitchell Frug, W.Salt's business manager, regarding W. and Mary Salt's financial records, 1950.

Box 102 , Folder 3

Accounting ledger for 1951.

Box 102 , Folder 4

Accounting ledger for l955.

Box 102 , Folder 5

Accounting ledger for l956 and 1957.

Box 103 , Folder 1

Tax records from 1938 through 1956.

Box 103 , Folder 2

Insurance records from 1940 through 1953.

Box 103 , Folder 3

Correspondence and records regarding purchase and lease of property, escrows, loans, mortgages, etc., 1939-53.

Box 103 , Folder 4

Records of paid bills, l950-51.

Box 103 , Folder 5

Records and payroll tax reports for employer/employee, 1948.

Box 103 , Folder 6

Records of dues paid to the Screen Writers' Guild, 1946-49.

Box 103 , Folder 7

Promisory note signed by W.Salt on behalf of the Harold Hecht Company and Norma Productions, 6/8/51.

Box 103 , Folder 8

Transactions with Bank of America, 1947. Incl: bank statements; deposit slips for checks from RKO Pictures, Inc.

Box 103 , Folder 9

Transactions with Bank of America, 1948. Incl: check stubs with annotations on the back regarding check deposits and payments by RKO Pictures, Inc., etc.; typed lists of checks, dates and payees.

Box 104 , Folder 1

Transactions with Bank of America, 1948. Incl: bank statements; deposit slips for checks from RKO Pictures, Inc.

Box 104 , Folder 2

Transactions with Bank of America, 1949. Incl: bank statements; deposit slips for checks from Norma Productions.

Box 104 , Folder 3

Transactions with Bank of America, 1949. Incl: cancelled checks; hand-written and typed lists with annotations.

Box 104 , Folder 4

Transactions with Bank of America, 1949. Incl: cancelled checks.

Box 104 , Folder 5

Transactions with Security- First National Bank of Los Angeles, 1950. Incl: deposit slips for checks from RKO Pictures, Inc., and Norma Productions; typed statements of account.

Box 104 , Folder 6

Transactions with Security- First National Bank of Los Angeles and Bank of America, 1950. Incl: cancelled checks.

Box 104 , Folder 7

Transactions with Bank of America, 1950. Incl: bank statements; check stubs; cancelled checks.

Box 104 , Folder 8

Transactions with Security- First National Bank of Los Angeles, 1950. Incl: bank statements; cancelled checks.

Box 104 , Folder 9

Transactions with Security- First National Bank of Los Angeles, 1950-51. Incl: check stubs.

Box 104 , Folder 10

Transactions with The Chase National Bank, 1951. Incl: bank statements.

Box 105 , Folder 1

Transactions with The Chase National Bank, 1953. Incl: bank statements; records of deposits.

Box 105 , Folder 2

Transactions with The Chase National Bank, July-November 1951. Incl: cancelled checks.

Box 105 , Folder 3

Transactions with The Chase National Bank, April-September 1952. Incl: cancelled checks.

Box 105 , Folder 4

Transactions with The Chase National Bank, December 1951-April 1952. Incl: cancelled checks.

Box 105 , Folder 5

Transactions with The Chase National Bank, September 1952- July 1953. Incl: cancelled checks.

Box 105 , Folder 6

Transactions with Chemical Bank, 1954. Incl: bank statements, cancelled checks.

Box 105 , Folder 7

Transactions with First National City Bank, September 1956-April 1957. Incl: cancelled checks.

Box 105 , Folder 8

Transactions with Bank of America, 1947-49. Incl: check stubs, cancelled checks.

Box 106 , Folder 1

Transactions with Bank of America, 1941-50. Incl: savings account book.

Box 106 , Folder 2

Transactions with Security- First National Bank of Los Angeles, 1951. Incl: check stubs, deposit slips, bank statements.

Box 106 , Folder 3

Transactions with Bankers Trust Company, 1955. Incl: records of deposits and checks drawn.

Box 106 , Folder 4

Transactions with The First National City Bank of New York, 1956 and 1959. Incl: check stubs and deposit slips for payments by Screen Gems, Inc., with two letters signed by Benedict Berenberg, regarding payment for scripts in "Stakeout" TV series.

Box 106 , Folder 5

Transactions with Chemical Corn Exchange Bank, July-December 1956. Incl: deposit slips.

Box 106 , Folder 6

Check stubs from unidentified bank, 1954-56.

 

MEDICAL

 

Box 94 , Folder 1

W.Salt's medical history, as a patient of Dr.Murray Abowitz, 1945-79. Incl: two folders marked "chart #1" and "chart #2".

Box 94 , Folder 2

W.Salt's medical history, 1983-85.

Box 94 , Folder 3

Allergy tests, 1986.

Box 94 , Folder 4

Medical report on eye hemorrhage, 1986.

Box 94 , Folder 5

Stay at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center due to heart and lungs condition, l986.

Box 94 , Folder 6

Knee surgery at Beverly Hills Medical Center, l983.

Box 94 , Folder 7

Respiratory care at W.Salt's home in Santa Monica, 1987.

Box 94 , Folder 8

Triple by-pass surgery at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, l980.

 

MISCELLANEOUS

 

Box 114 , Folder 13

W.Salt's calendar/appointment book for l974.

 

NOTEBOOKS

 

Box 110 , Folder 1

Notes and sketches for film and television projects, incl. drawings, n.d. (List on front page).

Box 110 , Folder 5

Notes, sketches and drawings for "The Artful Dodger", "Mr.Broadway" and other projects, incl. two drawings by Frances Lardner, n.d.

Box 110 , Folder 9

Typed and hand-written notes and sketches for various projects, n.d. (Loose pages).

 

PHOTOS

 

Box 106 , Folder 7

Individual shots of W.Salt. b/w and color, various sizes; undated. 8 photos and 1 contact sheet.

Box 106 , Folder 8

Portrait shots of W.Salt. b/w, for passport; undated. 11 photos and 1 negative.

Box 106 , Folder 9

Photo of William Salt, Sr. -W.Salt's father-. b/w, 5x7; undated.

Box 106 , Folder 10

Portrait shot of Mary Davenport Salt -W.Salt's wife. b/w, 4x6, undated; group shot with Mary Davenport, her mother, her two daughters -Deborah and Jennifer- and grandson Jonah. color, 3/4, undated.

Box 106 , Folder 11

Individual and group shots with Jennifer and Deborah Salt -W.Salt's daughters. b/w and color, various sizes; some are inscribed on the back, undated. 13 photos.

Box 106 , Folder 12

Individual and group shots with Jennifer Salt, incl. her son Jonah, W.Salt, John Schlesinger, etc. b/w, color, various sizes; some are inscribed on the back and dated. 40 photos.

Box 106 , Folder 13

Individual and group shots with Deborah Salt, incl. W.Salt, other relatives and friends. b/w and color, various sizes; some are inscribed on the back and dated. 30 photos.

Box 106 , Folder 14

Individual and group shots with Gladys Schwartz Salt -W.Salt's wife-, incl. W.Salt, her parents Simon and Anna Schwartz, other relatives and friends. b/w and color, various sizes; some inscribed on the back and dated. 81 photos and 9 contact sheets.

Box 107 , Folder 1

Photos taken by Gladys Schwartz Salt (some experiment with light and shapes). color, 3/4; undated. 103 phots.

Box 107 , Folder 2

lst wife-, incl. W.Salt and her son Guy, l981 and 1982. 3 photos.

Box 107 , Folder 5

Photo of W.Salt and director John Landis, ("early 1980"); production stills for film "Into the Night", directed by J.Landis, with Jeff Goldblum and Michelle Pfeiffer, and W.Salt in cameo role. b/w and color, 8x10. 5 photos.

Box 107 , Folder 6

Photo of W.Salt and Ring Lardner, Jr., taken during W.Salt and Eve Merriam's wedding, 1983. color, 4x6.

Box 107 , Folder 7

Photos of W.Salt and Earl Robinson. b/w, 8x10, [1952?]; color, 3x4, l982.

Box 107 , Folder 8

Production still of John Schlesinger and Jerome Hellman in the set of "Midnight Cowboy", [1969]. b/w, 8x10.

Box 107 , Folder 9

Individual and group shots with W.Salt dressed as a rabbi for film directed by Melanie Mayron, l985. color, 4x5. 4 photos.

Box 107 , Folder 10

Group shots with W.Salt and various people, some identified. b/w and color, various sizes; some dated on the back. 10 photos.

Box 107 , Folder 11

Photos without W.Salt. color, 3x4; some inscribed and dated on the back. 35 photos.

Box 107 , Folder 12

Photos without W.Salt. b/w and color, various sizes; some identified and dated on the back. 34 photos.

Box 108 , Folder 1

Group shot with W.Salt at Stanford University. b/w, 6x9; undated.

Box 108 , Folder 2

Photographs of W.Salt, family and friends, taken in his Connecticut home, [1970s]. b/w and color, various sizes; some are inscribed on the back and dated. 90 photos, 1 contact sheet, 1 slide, and negatives.

Box 108 , Folder 3

Five contact sheets and negatives of trip to Spain and Morocco, and of W.Salt and family in Connecticut, [1970s].

Box 108 , Folder 4

Photos and negatives of trip to Guatemala, 1975. color, 3x4. 132 photos.

Box 108 , Folder 5

Photos of trip to Greece, [1976]. color, 3x4. More than 330 photos.

Box 108 , Folder 6

Photos of W.Salt and Eve Merriam's wedding, with family and friends (identified on the back), 1983. color, 4x6. 12 photos.

Box 108 , Folder 7

Photos of W.Salt and various people (some identified) at Sundance Institute (Utah), 1981, 1985 and 1986. b/w and color, various sizes. 10 photos.

Box 108 , Folder 8

Photos of W.Salt's family and friends, taken at his home after the memorial service, March 1987. color, 4x4. 5 photos.

Box 108 , Folder 9

Negatives, unnumbered.

Box 121 , Folder 7

Two portrait shots of W.Salt, n.d. b/w, 11x14.

Box 121 , Folder 8

Three photos of Jennifer Salt, n.d. b/w, 11x14.

Box 121 , Folder 9

Photo of Deborah Salt, 1960. b/w, 11x14.

Box 121 , Folder 10

Portrait shots of Gladys Schwartz Salt, n.d. b/w, 11x14. 14 photos.

Box 121 , Folder 11

Portrait shot of John Schlesinger, n.d. b/w, 10x13.

Box 121 , Folder 12

Photo of couple in a beach, n.d. b/w, 11x14; photo of Andalusian house [?], n.d. color, 8x10.

 

PROJECTS NOT AUTHORED BY WALDO SALT

 

Box 95 , Folder 1

"The Black and White Handbook for Beginners", poem by Billie Allen and Nan Lanier. Typed script, n.d.

Box 95 , Folder 2

"Futures", treatment for a screenplay by David Berry, 1986, 14p. Incl. copy of letter from American Playhouse to Tom Bird, Artistic Director Vietnam Veterans Ensemble Theatre, 7/28/86.

Box 95 , Folder 3

"The Now of the Children", story outline by O.S. Barron, l968, 42p. Note on cover: "Property of Julian Bercovici".

Box 95 , Folder 4

"Hedda According to Strindberg", screenplay by Leonardo Bercovici, n.d., 113p.

Box 95 , Folder 5

"A Spongeful of Vinegar", screenplay by Arthur Paul Burns, 1966, 162p.

Box 95 , Folder 6

"A Plea, a Confession, a List, and Assorted Vagaries", by Arthur Birnkrant, n.d., 134p.

Box 95 , Folder 7

"Rainbow Gold", screenplay by Ayoka Chenzira. Two versions: one dated l984 (110p), the other 1985 (90p).

Box 95 , Folder 8

"A Little Rebellion", treatment for a screenplay by Joshua Daniel, n.d., 14p. Incl: letter to W.Salt by the author, 2/24/85; tape of interviews with Joshua Daniel.

Box 95 , Folder 9

"TD", treatment for a screenplay by Joshua Daniel, n.d., 33p.

Box 95 , Folder 10

"Child's Play", screenplay ("rough draft") by Carol Doumani, l986, 116p.

Box 96 , Folder 1

"Artist's Proof", screenplay by Carol Doumani, n.d., 127p.

Box 96 , Folder 2

"Cape Town", screenplay/treatment by Bernard Clegg and Robert McKee, n.d., 107p.

Box 96 , Folder 3

"Going Back. A Return to Vietnam", [dialogue and continuity for documentary] by producer/director David Munro, with Vietnam veterans Bob Muller, Tom Bird, Michael Harbert and John Terzano, n.d., 72p.

Box 96 , Folder 4

"Raisin in the Sun", drama in three acts by Lorraine Hansberry, l957. Typed script, annotated, various pagings.

Box 96 , Folder 5

"Les Blancs", play by Lorraine Hansberry, l969. Typed script, various pagings.

Box 96 , Folder 6

"Smart Money", screenplay ("final draft") by Gary Jenneke and Steve Larson, from a story by them and John Hanson, n.d., 110p.

Box 96 , Folder 7

"Hidden China", documentary project, l986. Typed script, no paging.

Box 96 , Folder 8

"Fire on the Water. Dispatches from the Kid's War": scene outline, character sketches and synopsis by Robert Hillman, n.d., no paging; "Out of Sight!": scene outline [by Robert Hillman], n.d., no paging.

Box 96 , Folder 9

"Hugger-mugger", by Paul Jarrico, [198?], 10p. Story idea for a film based on the making of "Salt of the Earth".

Box 96 , Folder 10

"The Last Refuge", play in three acts by Paul Jarrico, n.d. Typed script, various pagings.

Box 97 , Folder 1

"Stacking", screenplay by Victoria Jenkins. Two versions: one, "revised second draft" (March 1984, 115p), the other, "fourth draft" (September l984, 98p).

Box 97 , Folder 2

"The Great Goddess: Lady of the Beasts", essay by Buffie Johnson, n.d. Typed script, 131p.

Box 97 , Folder 3

"Fade Away", screenplay by Janet Dulin Jones. Two versions: one, "revised first draft" (May 1986, 160p), the other undated (130p).

Box 97 , Folder 4

"Peter's Project", treatment ("Fourth Draft") by Harriet Karr, 1983, 12p.

Box 97 , Folder 5

"Letting Go", screenplay by Harriet Karr, n.d., 100p.

Box 97 , Folder 6

"The Revolutionary", screenplay by Hans Koningsberger, 1969, 169p.

Box 98 , Folder 1

"Going the Distance", screenplay by Kate Lardner, l984, 105p.

Box 98 , Folder 2

"Touches of oneness", poems by Lannie Lasky. Typed script, n.d., 189p.

Box 98 , Folder 3

"The Kin of Ata", screenplay by Marika Lumi. Two versions: one undated (128p), the other dated 1983, 71p.

Box 98 , Folder 4

"The Good Life: Lady Macbeth of Westport", play by Eve Merriam, n.d. Typed script, no paging.

Box 98 , Folder 5

"The Lucifer Game", musical by Eve Merriam and Robin Wagner, lyrics by Eve Merriam, music by Helen Miller, n.d. Typed script, various pagings.

Box 98 , Folder 6

"Acadian Waltz", screenplay ("fifth draft") by Glen Pitre, 1983, 101p.

Box 98 , Folder 7

"Los Alamos", screenplay ("first draft") by Bruce Robinson, n.d., 214p.

Box 99 , Folder 1

"Theron Ware", play by Phil Rorig, n.d. Typed script, various pagings.

Box 99 , Folder 2

"Illinois People. A Dramatic Cantata", music and text by Earl Robinson, lyrics by Carl Haverlin, n.d. Typed script, 21p.

Box 99 , Folder 3

"Song of Atlantis", play by Earl Robinson, l983. Typed script, various pagings.

Box 99 , Folder 4

"Ballad of the Gentle Ones. A Fantasie, a Communing, Dolphin to Human", by Earl Robinson, n.d. Typed script, annotated, various pagings.

Box 99 , Folder 5

"I Been Thinkin' About J.C.", [cantata?] by Earl Robinson, n.d. Typed script, no paging.

Box 99 , Folder 6

"David of Sassoun. A Fairytale, a Musical Legend, an Epic Pageant, an Opera?", by Earl Robinson, n.d. Typed script, annotated, various pagings. Incl. note to W.Salt by the author, n.d.

Box 99 , Folder 7

"The Surgeon of Kiev", novel by William Haslem Salt, Sr., n.d. Typed script, various pagings.

Box 99 , Folder 8

"The Last Romantic", screenplay by Jack Skinner, n.d., 120p.

Box 99 , Folder 9

"The Wartime Correspondence of an American Family. March 1944-November 1945", by Jane Levy Troy, incl. introduction by J.L.Troy; transcription of letters; copies of photos. Various pagings.

Box 100 , Folder 1

"Holding Together. The World War II Correspondence of an American Family", ed. by Jane Levy Troy. Typed script, incl. foreword, family tree, transcription of letters, photos, etc. Note on cover: "I". pp. 1-300.

Box 100 , Folder 2

"Holding Together. The World War II Correspondence of an American Family", ed. by Jane Levy Troy. Typed script, incl. foreword, family tree, transcription of letters, photos, etc. [II] pp. 301-590.

Box 100 , Folder 3

"After Death", screenplay by Paul Williams, 1983, 123p.

Box 100 , Folder 4

"Yes, Sir, That's My Baby", screenplay ("second draft") by Blanche Ziegler, l983, 120p.

Box 101 , Folder 1

"Deep Purple", screenplay by Blanche Ziegler, ("property of Karen Black"). Two versions, both dated March l985: one 115p, the other has note on cover: "revised at Sundance", 116p.

Box 101 , Folder 2

"K. 589", screenplay by Eugenia Zukerman and Helen Whitney, l982, 111p.

Box 101 , Folder 3

Summary of "Rescue in Denmark", a history work by Harold Flender, l96l. 23p.

Box 101 , Folder 4

"Hemingway: The Wind, The Land and The Sea", treatment and screenplay ("First Draft-English version"), by Jose Garcia, 1986. Incomplete: 34p.

Box 101 , Folder 5

"The Gun", teleplay for "Lassie" TV series Jackson Gillis, l954, various pagings and annotations, incl. other script materials related to the series.

Box 101 , Folder 6

"Parodies Lost", mimeographed poems by Paul Jarrico, various dates. 5p.

Box 101 , Folder 7

Two typed poems by Genny Lim and Guy Michel, July l984.

Box 101 , Folder 8

Biographical and professional information, clippings, theater programs, etc, regarding stage director Larry Loonin, 1976-79.

Box 101 , Folder 9

Five theatrical sketches and stories by Robert R. Presnell, [Stanford University], 1935. Typed scripts, with annotations, various pagings.

Box 101 , Folder 10

"Hallelujah!", story by Wilma Shore. Typed script, n.d. 19p.

Box 121 , Folder 13

"Maria la O (Mary My Own)": scene outline for musical comedy in two acts, by Ernesto Lecuona. Typed script, n.d. 7p.

Box 121 , Folder 14

Music sheets for songs "Johnny's Gone" (music by Earl Robinson and lyrics by W.Salt) and "The People Painter" (music by Earl Robinson); poem by Earl Robinson. 3 items.

 

SLIDES

 

Box 109 , Folder 1

Slides taken in Spain (bullfight, Cordoba), and Connecticut, [1974]. 83 slides.

Box 109 , Folder 2

Slides taken in Spain (Barcelona); slides of W.Salt, family and friends, [1974]. 127 slides.

Box 109 , Folder 3

Slides taken in Guatemala, 1975. 77 slides.

Box 109 , Folder 4

Slides taken in W.Salt's home in Connecticut, [1970s]. 70 slides. (See box 108-2)

Box 109 , Folder 5

Slides taken in Spain, Italy and France, [1965?]. 78 slides.

 

WRITINGS BY WALDO SALT

 

Box 114 , Folder 3

"An Oceanic Cosmogony. Compiled by W.M.Salt", Stanford University, 1931. Typed script with pen and ink drawings.

Box 114 , Folder 4

Poems and lyrics, typed and hand-written, mostly undated. More than 30.

Box 114 , Folder 5

"Apologia Pro Vita Sua. Anonymous", Culver City, l938. Typed script. Two copies (3p) and a different version (4p).

Box 114 , Folder 6

"Da Vinci and the Vatican", article by W.Salt clipped from "NM" [magazine], 10/2/45.

Box 114 , Folder 7

Memorial speech in honor of Arnold Manoff, incl. notes. Typed and hand-written script, undated. 9 items.

Box 114 , Folder 8

Memorial speech in honor of Dr.Murray Abowitz, incl. newspaper clipping, [1981].

Box 114 , Folder 9

Typed and hand-written notes on LSD experience, undated. 4 items.