Catherine Turney Papers: Finding Aid

Finding aid prepared by Stephanie E. Clayton, May 13, 2009 and updated by Brooke M. Black in July 2018.
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Overview of the Collection

Title: Catherine Turney Papers
Dates (inclusive): 1761-1998
Bulk dates: 1934- 1985
Collection Number: mssTurney papers
Creator: Turney, Catherine.
Extent: Approximately 4,000 items in 36 boxes and 5 volumes.
Repository: The Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens. Manuscripts Department
1151 Oxford Road
San Marino, California 91108
Phone: (626) 405-2191
Email: reference@huntington.org
URL: http://www.huntington.org
Abstract: This collection contains the papers of American screenwriter and writer Catherine Turney (1906-1998) chiefly dating from 1934-1985 and including manuscripts, research notes and files, correspondence, and ephemera. Among the manuscripts are drafts of her screenplays, television and movie treatments, biographies, and novels. The correspondence reflects Turney's communication with many people involved in or associated with the film, literary and art worlds in both America and England. Subjects in this collection also include: Hermione Baddeley; Empress Josephine; Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley; Percy Shelley; George and Martha Washington; Warner Bros.; actresses; literary agents; women authors; California fiction and history.
Language: English, French, Spanish, and German.

Access

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Administrative Information

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Preferred Citation

[Identification of item]. Catherine Turney Papers, The Huntington Library, San Marino, California.

Provenance

Gift of Bettina Hanson Salter, April 27, 2005.

Cataloger's Notes

  • 1. Materials pertaining to Catherine Turney’s sister, Elizabeth Turney, are listed under Elizabeth Turney Hanson.
  • 2. Virginia Scott Steele’s husband, Norman Nixon, was often referred to as Nick.
  • 3. The great majority of the collection is in English. Only a handful of items are in another language.
  • 4. Catherine Turney’s mother is referred to by her married name, Elizabeth Blamere Turney.
  • 5. The Huntington Library also has screenplay drafts of “Mildred Pierce” by Turney and some related letters (1944) - mssHM 71516-71519.
  • 6. Several items were transferred to the Huntington’s Rare Books Department:
    • Alexander, Diane. (1984). Playhouse. 1 item. Signed by author.
    • Behlmer, Rudy. Inside Warner Bros. (1935-1951). (1987). 2 items. Signed by author. Includes bookmark.
    • Dolman, Bob, and Ron Howard. (1992). Far and Away: The Illustrated Story of a Journey from Ireland to America in the 1890s. 1 item.
    • Francke, Lizzie. Script Girls: Women Screenwriters in Hollywood. (1994). 1 item. Signed by author.
    • MacDougall, Ranald, Albert J. LaValley, and James M. Cain. Mildred Pierce. (1980). 2 items. Includes 1 note from Peter to Catherine Turney.
    • Schwartz, Nancy Lynn, and Sheila Schwartz. (1982). The Hollywood Writers' Wars. 1 item. Signed by Sheila Schwartz.
    • -----. (1929). Biographical Sketch of Rev. Mother M. Hyacinth, Foundress of the Daughters of the Cross in America. 1 item. Front cover missing.

Biographical Note

Catherine Turney (1906-1998) was born on December 26, 1906, in Chicago, Illinois. Her family moved to Pasadena, California, in 1921. She graduated from Bishop’s School of La Jolla, California, in 1924.
After graduation, Turney attended the Columbia School of Journalism for a year where she took courses in playwriting, stage work, and short story writing. Due to illness, Catherine Turney returned to Pasadena where, in 1928, she began classes at the Pasadena Community Playhouse under the direction of Gilmore Brown. It was here that she began writing plays for production on stage. Her first play, “Bitter Harvest” about Lord Byron’s alleged incestuous affair and daughter, was performed locally in 1933. In 1936, the play was opened in London starring Eric Portman and was soon hailed a success. She also wrote plays and programs for radio in the 1930s.
She married Cyril E. Armbrister in 1931 and they divorced in 1938. She married Clifford Guthrie “George” Reynolds on February 18, 1940, and they divorced in 1949. After two unsuccessful marriages, Turney never married again, but she did have a long-term relationship with California artist Lenard Kester.
Her success with “Bitter Harvest” prompted MGM to offer her a writing contract for 1936- 1937. She went back to the stage in 1937, writing “My Dear Children” with Jerry Horwin, starring John Barrymore, and other plays that were produced in Chicago and New York. World War II brought a shortage of writers in Hollywood and Warner Bros. story editor Jim Geller offered her a contract in 1943. At Warner Bros., Turney developed a reputation for being a woman’s writer and wrote for Barbara Stanwyck, Bette Davis, and Joan Crawford. She went back to MGM in 1948, but is not credited for her work there. She wrote three movies independently in the 1950s, “No Man of her Own” for Paramount Pictures, “Japanese War Bride” for Joseph Bernhard Productions Inc., and “Back from the Dead” for Emirau Productions Inc.
From the late 1950s to the early 1960s, Turney wrote for television. Her credits include, “Maverick,” “General Hospital,” “Alcoa Presents,” and “The Wonderful World of Disney.” In the late 1950s she turned her attention to fiction and biographies. Her first novel, The Other One, was published in 1952 and was made into a motion picture in 1957. Her most famous published work, published in 1974, is her biography of Elizabeth Medora Leigh, the third daughter of Augusta Leigh and the reputed daughter of Lord Byron. Titled, Byron’s Daughter, Turney spent years researching, writing, and then defending her first scholarly work. Despite her prolific writing in a variety of mediums, Catherine Turney spent much of her life suffering from financial troubles, though she did, however, have many friends. She died in 1998.

Scope and Content

This collection contains the papers of American screenwriter and writer Catherine Turney (1906-1998) chiefly dating from 1934-1985 and including manuscripts, research notes and files, correspondence, and ephemera.
There are 711 items in the manuscript section which are arranged alphabetically by author and then title. Materials without author and title are arranged alphabetically by type. Oversize materials are located in boxes 34 and 35. The manuscripts consist of various screenplays, television and movie treatments, biographies, and novels, both published and unpublished, written by Turney throughout her career (some written with co-authors such as Jerry Horwin and Stephen Longstreet). The collection includes an unproduced screenplay, written for Bette Davis titled “Angel Manager.” A version of the screenplay for “Of Human Bondage” is located in the manuscripts. Also included is one of the first scripts for “Japanese War Bride,” originally titled “East is East.” There are materials related to Turney’s first play, “Bitter Harvest,” including two published copies with Turney’s edits, and her most successful play, “My Dear Children.” The manuscripts contain drafts of Byron’s Daughter and Turney’s research notes for that book. Other manuscripts include: a draft of her biography “The Patriarch,” which was intended to illuminate the lives of the women in George Washington’s life; a fictional trilogy regarding early California entitled “Light in the Spring,” “Manifest Destiny,” and “Fruit of the Vine”; and a biography of Aimée Dubuc de Rivery entitled “The Beautiful One.” Research notes and materials for her biographies and novels are listed under “Note cards” and “Notes.” There are reviews of Turney’s biographies and novels, two interviews with Catherine Turney, and poetry written by Turney while she attended Bishop’s School. Of note are seventeen drawings by the artist Stephen Longstreet. There are also manuscripts relating to the creation and early days of the Pasadena Community Playhouse and two manuscripts regarding Catherine Turney’s experiences with John Barrymore in the 1930s while he played the leading role in “My Dear Children.”
Correspondence consists of approximately 2,000 items arranged alphabetically by author. The majority of the correspondence is either to or from Catherine Turney. The topics range from business matters regarding her scripts and book deals to personal matters. Many of the letters to and from publishing companies are requests and permissions for the use of copyrighted material in Catherine Turney’s published works. The most common topic of her business correspondence in the late 1970s was her dispute with the heirs of Lord Byron regarding her use of the book Lord Noel Byron and the Leighs. The financial and legal debates prevented her from finishing her work on George Washington for the bicentennial. Catherine Turney corresponded with many people involved in or associated with the film, literary and art worlds in both America and England. Notable participants include: L.E. Berman; Muriel Box; Shirley Burke; Virginia Scott Steele; Stephen Longstreet; John Collier; Bette Davis, Joan Crawford and Barbara Stanwyck; and Eric Portman. Also included are: Elaine Barrie Barrymore; John Barrymore; Metro- Goldwyn-Mayer; Charles Scribner, Charles Scribner’s Sons; Byron Society (American Committee); CBS; KABC; KHJ-TV; Jerry Horwin; Pasadena Playhouse Association; Screen Writers’ Guild; and the Writers Guild of America, West. A friend of Catherine Turney, Jeane Oldham, wrote to her about the funeral of Paul von Hindenburg and descriptions of Germany in mourning, including German reactions to Hitler’s speech on the occasion. A box of correspondence was found later and added to the collection which contains letters by Lenard Kester to Catherine Turney and a letter by Arthur Schwartz.
The ephemera section consists of 938 items arranged alphabetically by type and then subject where appropriate. The ephemera includes records pertaining to both of Turney’s divorces, property that she owned in Pasadena, her contracts with movie and television studios, publishing agreements for books and magazine articles, and royalty statements. There are copies of magazines which published her work, research materials for her various works, and newspaper and magazine clippings regarding her works. Research materials for “The Patriarch” include photocopies of letters from George Washington, Martha Washington, and Nathanael Greene. The Turney Family Ephemera consists of newspaper clippings regarding her mother’s singing career, ephemera associated with that career and ephemera related to her father’s company. The Catherine Turney Ephemera includes a wedding book from her second marriage and applications she filled out for the Producer-Writers Guild of America Pension Plan and Motion Picture and Television Country House and Hospital. Also included in this folder is a photocopy of her interview from the book Screenwriter by Lee Server. The ephemera pertaining to the Pasadena Community Playhouse consists of one brochure from 1937, three copies of the “Pasadena Playhouse Hall of Fame 1982,” and two newspaper clippings regarding the 1979 fundraiser.
There are photographs of Catherine Turney and her family as well as photographs of friends, including a personalized, autographed photo of Bette Davis.
The volume section consists of five items. There is a children’s book that was a gift to Turney from her father and a religious text. Seven items were transferred to the Rare Books Department. They are listed at the end of the finding aid.
Other subjects in the collection include: Abdülhamid I, Sultan of the Turks; Actresses; Hermione Baddeley; Sally Benson; Henry Blanke; Curtis Bernhardt; Daniel Boone and family; Sydney Box; California fiction; Church of the Ascension (Sierra Madre, Calif.); Bette Davis; Aimée Dubuc de Rivery; Baron Bryan Fairfax; Gerald Gardiner; Paul von Hindenburg; Arthur Raleigh Humphreys; Impressionism in California; Empress Josephine; literary agents; Mahmud II, Sultan of the Turks; Mildred Pierce (Motion picture); Motion Picture Association of America. Production Code Administration; Quarter Circle U Ranch (Mont.); Ben Raeburn; screenwriters; Selim III, Sultan of the Turks; Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley; Percy Bysshe Shelley; Sierra Madre (Calif.); Anne Strick; television writers; Warner Bros.; George and Martha Washington; Rebecca West; and World War II.

Arrangement

The collection is organized in the following manner: Manuscripts (Boxes 1-14); Correspondence (Boxes 14-26); Ephemera (Boxes 26-33); Oversize (34-35); and Volumes.

Related Materials in the Huntington Library

Indexing: Added Entries

Barrymore, Elaine Barrie
  • Signer of production agreement in E. Noyer letter (1939, Jan. 30) to Jerry Horwin. Box 19 (37).
  • Co-addressee of Catherine Turney and Jerry Horwin letter (1939, June 27). Box 25 (4).
Barrymore, John, 1882-1942
  • Co-addressee of Catherine Turney and Jerry Horwin letter (1939, June 27). Box 25 (4).
Box, Muriel, 1905-
  • Addressee of Catherine Turney letters (1972-1973). Box 21 (37).
Charles Scribner’s Sons
  • Addressee of Richard G. Montgomery letter [undated]. Box 19 (24).
  • Addressee of Pierpont Morgan Library letter (1972, Jan. 25). Box 20 (13).
  • Addressee of Catherine Turney letters (1972-1973). Box 22 (11).
Davis, Bette, 1908-1989
  • Author of two letters in Catherine Turney “To Bette, With Love:” [essay] (1940-1992). Box 12 (1).
Horwin, Jerry
  • Co-author with Catherine Turney of “One More Genius:” [play] [before 1939]. Box 14 (1).
  • Co-author with Catherine Turney of “One More Genius:” [play] [before 1939]. Box 14 (2).
  • Co-addressee of M.D.C. Corporation letter (1940). Box 18 (25).
  • Co-addressee E. Noyer letter (1939, Jan. 30). Box 19 (37).
  • Addressee of Edmond Pauker letter (1940, Jan. 16). Box 20 (4).
  • Co-addressee of Edmond Pauker letter (1952, Dec. 12). Box 20 (5).
  • Co-author with Catherine Turney of letters (1939) to Richard Aldrich and Richard Myers. Box 25 (3).
  • Co-author with Catherine Turney of letter (1939, June 27) to John Barrymore, 1882- 1942 and Elaine Barrie Barrymore. Box 25 (4).
  • Co-author with Catherine Turney of letter (1942) to General Service Studios. Box 25 (5).
  • Co-author with Catherine Turney of letter (1952, Dec. 9) to Edmond Pauker. Box 25 (6).
  • Co-addressee of Laura Wilck letter (1941, Mar. 31). Box 25 (45).
  • Addressee of William Morris Agency letter (1939, Mar. 16). Box 25 (48).
Longstreet, Stephen, 1907-2002
  • Co-author with Catherine Turney of “Man and Wife:” [play] (1939). Box 14 (3).
  • Co-author with Catherine Turney of “The Red Pavillion [sic]:” [play] [undated]. Box 14 (4).
  • Addressee of Lenard Kester letters (1950). Box 17 (59).
  • Co-addressee of C.H. Motter letter (1948, Jan. 27). Box 19 (27).
  • Addressee of Catherine Turney letters (1950) to Stephen Longstreet, 1907-2002. Box 23 (14).

Indexing: Subjects

Abdülhamid I, Sultan of the Turks, 1725-1789
  • Subject in “The Beautiful One:” [after 1978] novel by Catherine Turney. Box 2 (3).
  • Subject in “The Beautiful One:” [p.60-77] [after 1978] novel by Catherine Turney. Box 2 (4).
  • Subject in “The Beautiful One:” [p.86-188] [after 1978] novel by Catherine Turney. Box 2 (5).
  • Subject in “The Beautiful One:” [p.175-188] [after 1978] novel by Catherine Turney. Box 2 (6).
  • Subject in “The Beautiful One: Full Outline of the Rest of the Chapters:” [after 1978] prospectus by Catherine Turney. Box 2 (7).
  • Subject in Notes: “The Beautiful One:” [after 1978] by Catherine Turney. Box 7 (1).
  • Subject in Research Materials: “The Beautiful One:” [undated]. Box 31 (9).
Actresses
  • Subject in “Catherine Turney:” [after 1981] essay by Joanne Louis Yeck. Box 14 (9).
  • Subject in “Interview with Catherine Turney:” (1974, May 1). Box 14 (13).
Baddeley, Hermione, 1908-1986
  • Subject in I. V. (Ira Victor)Morris, 1903- letters (1968) to Catherine Turney. Box 19 (26).
  • Subject in Catherine Turney letters (1968) to I. V. (Ira Victor) Morris, 1903-. Box 23 (36).
Barrymore, Elaine Barrie
  • Subject in “Dear John:” [undated] essay by Catherine Turney. Box 3 (10).
  • Subject in untitled manuscript beginning, “Jerry Horwin and I came to write “My Dear Children” more or less by accident” (1975) essay by Catherine Turney. Box 13 (6).
  • Subject in “Catherine Turney:” [after 1981] essay by Joanne Louis Yeck. Box 14 (9).
  • Subject in “Interview with Catherine Turney:” (1974, May 1). Box 14 (13).
  • Subject in M.D.C. Corporation letter (1940) to Jerry Horwin and Catherine Turney. Box 18 (25).
  • Subject in Catherine Turney letter (1990, July 6) to Richard Fetters. Box 22 (28).
  • Subject in Catherine Turney letters (1939-1940) to Elizabeth Turney Hanson. Box 22 (40).
  • Subject in Catherine Turney letter (1975, May 16) to John Kobler. Box 23 (3).
  • Subject in Catherine Turney letter (1990, July 16) to Richard. Box 24 (61).
Barrymore, John, 1882-1942
  • Subject in “Dear John:” [undated] essay by Catherine Turney. Box 3 (10).
  • Subject in untitled manuscript beginning, “Jerry Horwin and I came to write “My Dear Children” more or less by accident” (1975) essay by Catherine Turney. Box 13 (6).
  • Subject in “Catherine Turney:” [after 1981] essay by Joanne Louis Yeck. Box 14 (9).
  • Subject in “Interview with Catherine Turney:” (1974, May 1). Box 14 (13).
  • Subject in I. Robert Broder letter (1940, May 17) to Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corporation.
  • Subject in M.D.C. Corporation letter (1940) to Jerry Horwin and Catherine Turney. Box 18 (25).
  • Subject in E. Noyer letter (1939, Jan. 30) to Jerry Horwin. Box 19 (37).
  • Subject in Catherine Turney letter (1979, Aug. 15) to Margaret Blackstone. Box 21 (34).
  • Subject in Catherine Turney letter (1990, July 6) to Richard Fetters. Box 22 (28).
  • Subject in Catherine Turney letters (1939-1940) to Elizabeth Turney Hanson. Box 22 (40).
  • Subject in Catherine Turney letter (1975, May 16) to John Kobler. Box 23 (3).
  • Subject in Catherine Turney letter (1990, July 16) to Richard. Box 24 (61).
Benson, Sally, 1900-1972
  • Subject in “Catherine Turney:” [after 1981] essay by Joanne Louis Yeck. Box 14 (9).
  • Subject in “Interview with Catherine Turney:” (1974, May 1). Box 14 (13).
Bernhardt, Curtis, 1899-1981
  • Subject in “Catherine Turney:” [after 1981] essay by Joanne Louis Yeck. Box 14 (9).
  • Subject in “Interview with Catherine Turney:” (1974, May 1). Box 14 (13).
Blanke, Henry, 1901-1981
  • Subject in “Catherine Turney:” [after 1981] essay by Joanne Louis Yeck. Box 14 (9).
  • Subject in “Interview with Catherine Turney:” (1974, May 1). Box 14 (13).
Boone, Daniel, 1734-1820--Family
  • Subject in Silverado Museum letter (1982, Nov. 18) to Barbara R. Warner. Box 20 (49).
Box, Muriel, 1905-
  • Subject in Shirley Burke letters (1971-1975) to Catherine Turney. Box 15 (31).
Box, Sydney, 1907-1983
  • Subject in Muriel Box letters (1962-1979) to Catherine Turney. Box 15 (19).
Brandt & Brandt
  • Subject in Carol Brandt, 1904-1984 letter (1959, Oct. 23) to Harold Ober Associates. Box 15 (20).
  • Subject in Carol Brandt 1904-1984 letters (1960-1961) to Catherine Turney. Box 15 (21).
  • Subject in Catherine Turney letters (1960-1961) to Carol Brandt, 1904-1984. Box 21 (39).
Byron, George Gordon Byron, Baron, 1788-1824
  • Subject in “Bitter Harvest:” [undated] play by Catherine Turney. Box 2 (9).
  • Subject in “Bitter Harvest:” (1936) play by Catherine Turney. Box 2 (10).
  • Subject in “Bitter Harvest:” (1936-1972) play by Catherine Turney. Box 3 (1).
  • Subject in “Bitter Harvest:” (1936) play by Catherine Turney. Box 3 (2).
  • Subject in “Byron’s Daughter:” [before 1972] biography by Catherine Turney. Box 3 (4).
  • Subject in “Byron’s Daughter:” [before 1972] biography by Catherine Turney. Box 3 (5).
  • Subject in “Byron’s Daughter:” [before 1972] biography by Catherine Turney. Box 3 (6).
  • Subject in “Byron’s Daughter:” [before 1972] biography by Catherine Turney. Box 3 (7).
  • Subject in “Byron’s Daughter:” [before 1972] biography by Catherine Turney. Box 3 (8).
  • Subject in “A Lifelong Fascination with Byron: Confessions of an Amateur Scholar:” [after 1972] essay by Catherine Turney. Box 5 (2).
  • Subject in Note cards: “Byron’s Daughter:” [before 1972] by Catherine Turney. Box 6 (1).
  • Subject in Notes: “Byron’s Daughter:” (1974-1994) Catherine Turney. Box 7 (2).
  • Subject in Notes: “Byron’s Daughter:” (1972-1982) Catherine Turney. Box 7 (3).
  • Subject in Research Materials: “Byron’s Daughter:” (1932-1974). Box 32 (1).
Byron Society
  • Subject in Byron Society. American Committee letter (1978, Feb. 1) to “Members.” Box 16 (3).
  • Subject in Byron Society. American Committee letter (1978, Apr. 18) to Nancy Terry. Box 16 (4).
  • Subject in Byron Society. American Committee letters (1978) to Elizabeth Woodall. Box 16 (5).
  • Subject in Marsha M. Manns letters (1979-1987) to Catherine Turney. Box 19 (3).
  • Subject in Janice Smith letters (1977-1988) to Catherine Turney. Box 21 (1).
  • Subject in Catherine Turney letter (1978, Mar. 28) to Stuart Ende. Box 22 (25).
  • Subject in Catherine Turney letters (1981) to Michael Rees, 1931-. Box 24 (3).
  • Subject in Catherine Turney letters (1975-1981) to Janice Smith. Box 24 (15).
  • Subject in Catherine Turney letters (1973) to Elizabeth Woodall. Box 24 (48).
  • Subject in Ephemera: Byron Society (1974-1981). Box 27 (8).
California - Fiction
  • Subject in Notes: “Light in the Spring;” “Manifest Destiny;” and “Fruit of the Vine:” (1976-1978) by L.B. Magee. Box 1 (10).
  • Subject in “Light in the Spring:” [undated] novel by Catherine Turney. Box 5 (3).
  • Subject in “Manifest Destiny; Fruit of the Vine:” [undated] synopses by Catherine Turney. Box 5 (4).
  • Subject in Note cards: “Light in the Spring”; “Manifest Destiny”; and “Fruit of the Vine:” [undated] by Catherine Turney.
  • Subject in Notes: “Light in the Spring”; “Manifest Destiny”; and “Fruit of the Vine:” [undated] by Catherine Turney.
  • Subject in Lewis B. Magee letters (1976-1981) to Catherine Turney. Box 18 (29).
  • Subject in Catherine Turney letters (1976-1977) to Lewis B. Magee. Box 23 (22).
  • Subject in Research Materials: “Light in the Spring” (1976-1979).
Charles Scribner’s Sons
  • Subject in Norman Kotker letters (1976) to Shirley Burke. Box 18 (1).
  • Subject in Norman Kotker letter (1972, May 31) to Gerald J. Pollinger. Box 18 (2).
  • Subject in Norman Kotker letters (1972-1975) to Catherine Turney. Box 18 (3).
  • Subject in Gerald J. Pollinger letter (1972, Apr. 27) to Norman Kotker. Box 20 (16).
  • Subject in Charles Scribner, 1921-1995 letter (1976, Jan. 19) to Shirley Burke. Box 20 (42).
  • Subject in Catherine Turney letters (1971-1974) to Norman Kotker. Box 23 (5).
Church of the Ascension (Sierra Madre, Calif.)
  • Subject in “Absolute Standards:” [c. 1991] essay by Henry A. Barber. Box 1 (1).
  • Subject in “Transcripts of Notes Taken of Interview with Fr. Erlandson:” (1985, Feb. 19) by Catherine Turney.
  • Subject in Catherine Turney letter (1985, June 7) to Mrs. Wimmer. Box 24 (43).
  • Subject in Ephemera: Church of the Ascension (Sierra Madre, Calif.) (1982-1992). Box 27 (11).
Crawford, Joan, 1908-1977
  • Subject in “Catherine Turney:” [after 1981] essay by Joanne Louis Yeck. Box 14 (9).
  • Subject in “Interview with Catherine Turney:” (1974, May 1). Box 14 (13).
  • Subject in Albert J. LaValley letters (1980-1981) to Catherine Turney. Box 18 (6).
  • Subject in Catherine Turney letter (1979, Aug. 15) to Margaret Blackstone. Box 21 (34).
Davis, Bette, 1908-1989
  • Subject in “To Bette, With Love:” (1940-1992) essay by Catherine Turney. Box 12 (1).
  • Subject in “Catherine Turney:” [after 1981] essay by Joanne Louis Yeck. Box 14 (9).
  • Subject in “Interview with Catherine Turney:” (1974, May 1). Box 14 (13).
  • Subject in Charles Champlin, 1926- letters (1983-1992) to Catherine Turney. Box 16 (11).
  • Subject in Catherine Turney letter (1981, Aug. 15) to Betsy Truax. Box 24 (26).
  • Subject in Photographs ([1909]-1997). Box 31 (2).
Dramatists Play Service (New York, N.Y.)
  • Subject in F. Andrew Leslie letters (1967) to Catherine Turney. Box 18 (9).
  • Subject in Catherine Turney letter [1967] to F. Andrew Leslie. Box 23 (7).
Dubuc de Rivery, Aimée, 1776-1817
  • Subject in “The Beautiful One:” [after 1978] novel by Catherine Turney. Box 2 (3).
  • Subject in “The Beautiful One:” [p.60-77] [after 1978] novel by Catherine Turney. Box 2 (4).
  • Subject in “The Beautiful One:” [p.86-188] [after 1978] novel by Catherine Turney. Box 2 (5).
  • Subject in “The Beautiful One:” [p.175-188] [after 1978] novel by Catherine Turney. Box 2 (6).
  • Subject in “The Beautiful One: Full Outline of the Rest of the Chapters:” [after 1978] prospectus by Catherine Turney. Box 2 (7).
  • Subject in Notes: “The Beautiful One:” [after 1978] by Catherine Turney. Box 7 (1).
  • Subject in Nermin Streater letters (1981) to Catherine Turney. Box 21 (15).
  • Subject in Research Materials: “The Beautiful One:” [undated]. Box 31 (9).
Fairfax, Bryan Fairfax, Baron, 1736-1802
  • Subject in Notes: “The Patriarch:” (1973) by Catherine Turney. Box 7 (5).
  • Subject in Notes: “The Patriarch:” [before 1978] by Catherine Turney. Box 7 (6).
  • Subject in “The Patriarch:” [before 1978] biography by Catherine Turney. Box 8 (7).
  • Subject in Monimia F. MacRae letters (1974) to Catherine Turney. Box 18 (28).
  • Subject in Research Materials: “The Patriarch:” (1761-[1976]). Box 32 (3).
Gardiner, Gerald, 1900-
  • Subject in Muriel Box letters (1962-1979) to Catherine Turney. Box 15 (19).
Harold Ober Associates
  • Subject in Dorothy Olding letters (1957-1989) to Catherine Turney. Box 19 (41).
  • Subject in Catherine Turney letter (1950, Oct. 4) to Harold Ober. Box 23 (46).
  • Subject in Catherine Turney letters (1957-1972) to Dorothy Olding. Box 23 (47).
Hindenburg, Paul von, 1847-1934--Death & burial
  • Subject in Jeane [Oldham] letters (1934) to Catherine Turney. Box 19 (39).
Humphreys, A. R. (Arthur Raleigh), 1911-
  • Subject in K. Jean Humphreys letters (1979-1989) to Catherine Turney. Box 17 (52).
Impressionism (Art)--California
  • Subject in Virginia Steele Scott letters (1971-1974) to Lenard Kester. Box 20 (38).
Josephine, Empress, consort of Napoleon I, Emperor of the French, 1763-1814
  • Subject in “The Beautiful One:” [after 1978] novel by Catherine Turney. Box 2 (3).
  • Subject in “The Beautiful One:” [p.60-77] [after 1978] novel by Catherine Turney. Box 2 (4).
  • Subject in “The Beautiful One:” [p.86-188] [after 1978] novel by Catherine Turney. Box 2 (5).
  • Subject in “The Beautiful One:” [p.175-188] [after 1978] novel by Catherine Turney. Box 2 (6).
  • Subject in “The Beautiful One: Full Outline of the Rest of the Chapters:” [after 1978] prospectus by Catherine Turney. Box 2 (7).
  • Subject in Notes: “The Beautiful One:” [after 1978] by Catherine Turney. Box 7 (1).
  • Subject in Research Materials: “The Beautiful One:” [undated]. Box 31 (9).
Leigh, Augusta, 1784-1851
  • Subject in “Bitter Harvest:” [undated] play by Catherine Turney. Box 2 (9).
  • Subject in “Bitter Harvest:” (1936) play by Catherine Turney. Box 2 (10).
  • Subject in “Bitter Harvest:” (1936-1972) play by Catherine Turney. Box 3 (1).
  • Subject in “Bitter Harvest:” (1936) play by Catherine Turney. Box 3 (2).
  • Subject in “Byron’s Daughter:” [before 1972] biography by Catherine Turney. Box 3 (4).
  • Subject in “Byron’s Daughter:” [before 1972] biography by Catherine Turney. Box 3 (5).
  • Subject in “Byron’s Daughter:” [before 1972] biography by Catherine Turney. Box 3 (6).
  • Subject in “Byron’s Daughter:” [before 1972] biography by Catherine Turney. Box 3 (7).
  • Subject in Note cards: “Byron’s Daughter:” [before 1972] by Catherine Turney. Box 6 (1).
  • Subject in Notes: “Byron’s Daughter:” (1974-1994) by Catherine Turney. Box 7 (2).
  • Subject in Notes: “Byron’s Daughter:” (1972-1982) by Catherine Turney. Box 7 (3).
  • Subject in Research Materials: “Byron’s Daughter:” (1932-1974). Box 32 (1).
Leigh, Elizabeth Medora, 1814-1849
  • Subject in “Bitter Harvest:” [undated] play by Catherine Turney. Box 2 (9).
  • Subject in “Bitter Harvest:” (1936) play by Catherine Turney. Box 2 (10).
  • Subject in “Bitter Harvest:” (1936-1972) play by Catherine Turney. Box 3 (1).
  • Subject in “Bitter Harvest:” (1936) play by Catherine Turney. Box 3 (2).
  • Subject in “Byron’s Daughter:” [before 1972] biography by Catherine Turney. Box 3 (4).
  • Subject in “Byron’s Daughter:” [before 1972] biography by Catherine Turney. Box 3 (5).
  • Subject in “Byron’s Daughter:” [before 1972] biography by Catherine Turney. Box 3 (6).
  • Subject in “Byron’s Daughter:” [before 1972] biography by Catherine Turney. Box 3 (7).
  • Subject in “Byron’s Daughter:” [before 1972] biography by Catherine Turney. Box 3 (8).
  • Subject in “A Lifelong Fascination with Byron: Confessions of an Amateur Scholar:” [after 1972] essay by Catherine Turney. Box 5 (2).
  • Subject in Note cards: “Byron’s Daughter:” [before 1972] by Catherine Turney. Box 6 (1).
  • Subject in Notes: “Byron’s Daughter:” (1974-1994) by Catherine Turney. Box 7 (2).
  • Subject in Notes: “Byron’s Daughter:” (1972-1982) by Catherine Turney. Box 7 (3).
  • Subject in “Prospectus for TV Series:” [undated] treatment by Catherine Turney. Box 9 (9).
  • Subject in untitled book review beginning, “This is the first full-length portrait of Elizabeth Medora Leigh…” [c. 1972] by John D. Weaver. Box 14 (7).
  • Subject in untitled book review beginning, “Recently there have been biographies of Mary Woolstonecraft [sic]…” [c.1972] by Edith Dunham Webber.
  • Subject in Gerald J. Pollinger letter (1972, Apr. 27) to Norman Kotker. Box 20 (16).
  • Subject in Marie Sarrieu letter [1970] to Catherine Turney. Box 20 (37).
  • Subject in Research Materials: “Byron’s Daughter:” (1932-1974). Box 32 (1).
Literary agents - Correspondence
  • Subject in Shirley Burke letter (1973, Jan. 8) to Émil-Paul Fréres. Box 15 (30).
  • Subject in Shirley Burke letters (1971-1975) to Catherine Turney. Box 15 (31).
  • Subject in Shirley Burke letters (1976-1981) to Catherine Turney. Box 15 (32).
  • Subject in Catherine Turney letters (1971-1981) to Shirley Burke. Box 22 (5).
Longstreet, Stephen, 1907-2002
  • Subject in Norman Nixon letters (1950-1973) to Catherine Turney. Box 19 (36).
  • Subject in Catherine Turney letter (1958, June 17) to [Raymond Burr, 1917-1993]. Box 22 (6).
  • Subject in Contracts (1939-1979). Box 27 (4).
Mahmud II, Sultan of the Turks, 1784-1839
  • Subject in “The Beautiful One:” [after 1978] novel by Catherine Turney. Box 2 (3).
  • Subject in “The Beautiful One:” [p.60-77] [after 1978] novel by Catherine Turney. Box 2 (4).
  • Subject in “The Beautiful One:” [p.86-188] [after 1978] novel by Catherine Turney. Box 2 (5).
  • Subject in “The Beautiful One:” [p.175-188] [after 1978] novel by Catherine Turney. Box 2 (6).
  • Subject in “The Beautiful One: Full Outline of the Rest of the Chapters:” [after 1978] prospectus by Catherine Turney. Box 2 (7).
  • Subject in Notes: “The Beautiful One:” [after 1978] by Catherine Turney. Box 7 (1).
  • Subject in Research Materials: “The Beautiful One:” [undated]. Box 31 (9).
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Film Co.
  • Subject in “Catherine Turney:” [after 1981] essay by Joanne Louis Yeck. Box 14 (9).
  • Subject in “Interview with Catherine Turney:” (1974, May 1). Box 14 (13).
  • Subject in Catherine Turney letter (1979, Aug. 15) to Margaret Blackstone. Box 21 (34).
  • Subject in VHS (TM): “MGM Archival Interviews: Catherine Turney” (1995, May 26). Box 33 (2).
  • Subject in VHS (TM): “MGM Archival Interviews: Catherine Turney” (1995, May 26). Box 33 (3).
Mildred Pierce (Motion picture)
  • Subject in “Catherine Turney:” [after 1981] essay by Joanne Louis Yeck. Box 14 (9).
  • Subject in “Interview with Catherine Turney:” (1974, May 1). Box 14 (13).
  • Subject in Albert J. LaValley letters (1980-1981) to Catherine Turney. Box 18 (6).
  • Subject in Catherine Turney letter (1979, Aug. 15) to Margaret Blackstone. Box 21 (34).
  • Subject in Catherine Turney letters (1980) to Albert J. LaValley. Box 23 (6).
  • Subject in Ephemera: “Mildred Pierce:” (1944). Box 27 (14).
Motion Picture Association of America. Production Code Administration
  • Subject in “Catherine Turney:” [after 1981] essay by Joanne Louis Yeck. Box 14 (9).
  • Subject in “Interview with Catherine Turney:” (1974, May 1). Box 14 (13).
Pasadena Community Playhouse
  • Subject in Untitled manuscript beginning, “How the collection came to the library by Peggy Ebright” [undated] by Peggy Ebright. Box 1 (5).
  • Subject in “Gilmore Brown:” ([1960]-1982) essay by Catherine Turney. Box 4 (8).
  • Subject in “A Lifelong Fascination with Byron: Confessions of an Amateur Scholar:” [after 1972] essay by Catherine Turney. Box 5 (2).
  • Subject in “Virginia:” [1979] essay by Catherine Turney. Box 13 (3).
  • Subject in Karen J. Blair letter (1983, Aug. 29) to Martin Ridge. Box 15 (15).
  • Subject in Charles Levin letter (1959, Dec. 17) to Catherine Turney. Box 18 (10).
  • Subject in Marjorie Lounsbury letter (1996, June 21) to Catherine Turney. Box 18 (22).
  • Subject in Stephen Lyons letter (1939-1990) to Susan Naulty. Box 18 (24).
  • Subject in Pasadena Playhouse Alumni & Associates letter (1996, May 11) to Catherine Turney. Box 20 (1).
  • Subject in Catherine Turney letter (1979, Aug. 15) to Margaret Blackstone. Box 21 (34).
  • Subject in Catherine Turney letter [after 1986] to Pasadena Playhouse Alumni & Associates. Box 23 (51).
  • Subject in Ephemera: “Bitter Harvest” (1933-1936). Box 27 (7).
  • Subject in Ephemera: Catherine Turney (1940-1992). Box 27 (10).
  • Subject in Ephemera: Pasadena Community Playhouse (1937-1982). Box 28 (2).
  • Subject in Newspaper and Magazine Clippings: Catherine Turney (1937-1993). Box 30 (5).
  • Subject in Photographs ([1909]-1997). Box 31 (2).
Pierpont Morgan Library
  • Subject in Herbert Cahoon, 1918-2000 letters (1960-1972) to Catherine Turney. Box 16 (7).
  • Subject in Catherine Turney letters (1960-1972) to Herbert Cahoon, 1918-2000. Box 22 (8).
Portman, Eric, 1903-1969
  • Subject in “A Lifelong Fascination with Byron: Confessions of an Amateur Scholar:” [after 1972] essay by Catherine Turney. Box 5 (2).
  • Subject in L.E. Berman letters (1935-1945) to Catherine Turney. Box 15 (12).
  • Subject in Ephemera: “Bitter Harvest:” (1933-1936). Box 27 (7).
  • Subject in Newspaper and Magazine Clippings: “Bitter Harvest:” (1934-1936). Box 30 (3).
Quarter Circle U Ranch (Mont.)
  • Subject in Jack [Brewster] letter [undated] to Catherine Turney. Box 15 (22).
  • Subject in Robert Smith letters (1978-1996) to Catherine Turney. Box 21 (3).
Raeburn, Ben
  • Subject in Shirley Burke letters (1971-1975) to Catherine Turney. Box 15 (31).
Scott, Virginia Steele
  • Subject in “Virginia:” [1979] essay by Catherine Turney. Box 13 (3).
  • Subject in Norman Nixon letters (1950-1973) to Catherine Turney. Box 19 (36).
Selim III, Sultan of the Turks, 1761-1808
  • Subject in “The Beautiful One:” [after 1978] novel by Catherine Turney. Box 2 (3).
  • Subject in “The Beautiful One:” [p.60-77] [after 1978] novel by Catherine Turney. Box 2 (4).
  • Subject in “The Beautiful One:” [p.86-188] [after 1978] novel by Catherine Turney. Box 2 (5).
  • Subject in “The Beautiful One:” [p.175-188] [after 1978] novel by Catherine Turney. Box 2 (6).
  • Subject in “The Beautiful One: Full Outline of the Rest of the Chapters:” [after 1978] prospectus by Catherine Turney. Box 2 (7).
  • Subject in Notes: “The Beautiful One:” [after 1978] by Catherine Turney. Box 7 (1).
  • Subject in Research Materials: “The Beautiful One:” [undated]. Box 31 (9).
Shelley, Mary Wollstonecraft, 1797-1851
  • Subject in “Bitter Harvest:” [undated] play by Catherine Turney. Box 2 (9).
  • Subject in “Bitter Harvest:” (1936) play by Catherine Turney. Box 2 (10).
  • Subject in “Bitter Harvest:” (1936-1972) play by Catherine Turney. Box 3 (1).
  • Subject in “Bitter Harvest:” (1936) play by Catherine Turney. Box 3 (2).
  • Subject in “Byron’s Daughter:” [before 1972] biography by Catherine Turney. Box 3 (4).
  • Subject in “Byron’s Daughter:” [before 1972] biography by Catherine Turney. Box 3 (5).
  • Subject in “Byron’s Daughter:” [before 1972] biography by Catherine Turney. Box 3 (6).
  • Subject in “Byron’s Daughter:” [before 1972] biography by Catherine Turney. Box 3 (8).
  • Subject in Note cards: “Byron’s Daughter:” [before 1972] by Catherine Turney. Box 6 (1).
  • Subject in Notes: “Byron’s Daughter:” (1974-1994) Catherine Turney. Box 7 (2).
  • Subject in Notes: “Byron’s Daughter:” (1972-1982) Catherine Turney. Box 7 (3).
  • Subject in Research Materials: “Byron’s Daughter:” (1932-1974). Box 32 (1).
Shelley, Percy Bysshe, 1792-1822
  • Subject in “Bitter Harvest:” [undated] play by Catherine Turney. Box 2 (9).
  • Subject in “Bitter Harvest:” (1936) play by Catherine Turney. Box 2 (10).
  • Subject in “Bitter Harvest:” (1936-1972) play by Catherine Turney. Box 3 (1).
  • Subject in “Bitter Harvest:” (1936) play by Catherine Turney. Box 3 (2).
  • Subject in “Byron’s Daughter:” [before 1972] biography by Catherine Turney. Box 3 (4).
  • Subject in “Byron’s Daughter:” [before 1972] biography by Catherine Turney. Box 3 (5).
  • Subject in “Byron’s Daughter:” [before 1972] biography by Catherine Turney. Box 3 (6).
  • Subject in “Byron’s Daughter:” [before 1972] biography by Catherine Turney. Box 3 (8).
  • Subject in Note cards: “Byron’s Daughter:” [before 1972] by Catherine Turney. Box 6 (1).
  • Subject in Notes: “Byron’s Daughter:” (1974-1994) Catherine Turney. Box 7 (2).
  • Subject in Research Materials: “Byron’s Daughter:” (1932-1974). Box 32 (1).
Sierra Madre (Calif.) - Church history
  • Subject in “Absolute Standards:” [c. 1991] essay by Henry A. Barber. Box 1 (1).
  • Subject in “Transcripts of Notes Taken of Interview with Fr. Erlandson:” (1985, Feb. 19) by Catherine Turney.
  • Subject in Catherine Turney letter (1985, June 7) to Mrs. Wimmer. Box 24 (43).
  • Subject in Ephemera: Church of the Ascension (Sierra Madre, Calif.) (1982-1992). Box 27 (11).
Stanwyck, Barbara, 1907-1990
  • Subject in “Catherine Turney:” [after 1981] essay by Joanne Louis Yeck. Box 14 (9).
  • Subject in “Interview with Catherine Turney:” (1974, May 1). Box 14 (13).
  • Subject in Betsy Swart letters (1981) to Catherine Turney. Box 21 (19).
Strick, Anne
  • Subject in Shirley Burke letters (1971-1975) to Catherine Turney. Box 15 (31).
  • Subject in Shirley Burke letters (1976-1981) to Catherine Turney. Box 15 (32).
Warner Bros.
  • Subject in “Catherine Turney:” [after 1981] essay by Joanne Louis Yeck. Box 14 (9).
  • Subject in “Interview with Catherine Turney:” (1974, May 1). Box 14 (13).
  • Subject in Steve Trilling letter (1946-1947) to Catherine Turney. Box 21 (21).
  • Subject in Catherine Turney memorandum (1947, Sep. 18) to Steve Trilling. Box 24 (25).
  • Subject in Warner Bros. Pictures (1923-1967) letter (1946, Dec. 6) to Catherine Turney. Box 25 (33).
  • Subject in Contracts (1939-1979). Box 27 (4).
Washington, George, 1732-1799 - Biography
  • Subject in Note cards: “The Patriarch:” [before 1978] by Catherine Turney. Box 6 (4).
  • Subject in Note cards: “The Patriarch:” [before 1978] by Catherine Turney. Box 6 (5).
  • Subject in Notes: “The Patriarch:” (1973) by Catherine Turney. Box 7 (5).
  • Subject in Notes: “The Patriarch:” [before 1978] by Catherine Turney. Box 7 (6).
  • Subject in “The Patriarch:” [before 1978] biography by Catherine Turney. Box 8 (7).
  • Subject in “The Patriarch:” [before 1978] biography by Catherine Turney. Box 8 (8).
  • Subject in “The Patriarch:” [before 1978] biography by Catherine Turney. Box 9 (1).
  • Subject in “The Patriarch:” [before 1978] biography by Catherine Turney. Box 9 (2).
  • Subject in “The Patriarch;” [before 1978] biography by Catherine Turney. Box 9 (3).
  • Subject in “The Patriarch;” [before 1978] biography by Catherine Turney. Box 9 (4).
  • Subject in untitled manuscript beginning, “Washington Idea” [undated] prospectus by Catherine Turney. Box 13 (7).
  • Subject in Research Materials: “The Patriarch:” (1761-[1976]). Box 32 (3).
  • Subject in Research Materials: “The Patriarch:” (1932-1976). Box 32 (4).
Washington, Martha, 1731-1802 - Biography
  • Subject in Note cards: “The Patriarch:” [before 1978] by Catherine Turney. Box 6 (4).
  • Subject in Note cards: “The Patriarch:” [before 1978] by Catherine Turney. Box 6 (5).
  • Subject in Notes: “The Patriarch:” (1973) by Catherine Turney. Box 7 (5).
  • Subject in Notes: “The Patriarch:” [before 1978] by Catherine Turney. Box 7 (6).
  • Subject in “The Patriarch:” [before 1978] biography by Catherine Turney. Box 8 (7).
  • Subject in “The Patriarch:” [before 1978] biography by Catherine Turney. Box 8 (8).
  • Subject in “The Patriarch:” [before 1978] biography by Catherine Turney. Box 9 (1).
  • Subject in “The Patriarch:” [before 1978] biography by Catherine Turney. Box 9 (2).
  • Subject in “The Patriarch:” [before 1978] biography by Catherine Turney. Box 9 (3).
  • Subject in “The Patriarch:” [before 1978] biography by Catherine Turney. Box 9 (4).
  • Subject in untitled manuscript beginning, “Washington Idea” [undated] prospectus by Catherine Turney. Box 13 (7).
  • Subject in Mount Vernon Ladies’ Association of the Union letters (1973-1978) to Catherine Turney. Box 19 (28).
  • Subject in Research Materials: “The Patriarch:” (1761-[1976]). Box 32 (3).
  • Subject in Research Materials: “The Patriarch:” (1932-1976). Box 32 (4).
West, Rebecca, 1892-1983
  • Subject in Charles Champlin, 1926- letters (1983-1992) to Catherine Turney. Box 16 (11).
  • Subject in Catherine Turney letter (1982, May 17) to Mike Bygrave. Box 22 (7).
  • Subject in Catherine Turney letter (1983, Mar. 21) to Charles Champlin, 1926-. Box 22 (9).
Wilson, Harold, 1916-1995
  • Subject in Miscellaneous Manuscripts [undated] by Elizabeth Payette. Box 1 (13).
World War II
  • Subject in Ration Books: World War II (1942-1945). Box 31(80).
Writers Guild of America
  • Subject in “Interview with Catherine Turney:” (1974, May 1). Box 14 (13).
  • Subject in Alice Penneman letter (1956, Jan. 23) to Writers Guild of America, West. Box 20 (9).
  • Subject in Writers Guild of America, West letters (1976-1986) to “The Membership.” Box 26 (1).
  • Subject in Writers Guild of America, West letters (1959-[1970]) to Catherine Turney. Box 26 (2).
  • Subject in Ephemera: Catherine Turney (1940-1992). Box 27 (10).
  • Subject in Ephemera: Writers Guild of America, West (1954-1985). Box 28 (4).

Indexing Terms

The following terms have been used to index the description of this collection in the Huntington Library's Online Catalog.  

Subjects

Baddeley, Hermione, 1908-1986.
Byron, George Gordon Byron, Baron, 1788-1824.
Crawford, Joan, 1908-1977.
Dubuc de Rivery, Aimée, 1776-1817.
Josephine, Empress, consort of Napoleon I, Emperor of the French, 1763-1814.
Leigh, Augusta, 1784-1851.
Leigh, Elizabeth Medora, 1814-1849.
Shelley, Mary Wollstonecraft, 1797-1851.
Shelley, Percy Bysshe, 1792-1822.
Turney, Catherine.
Washington, George, 1732-1799.
Washington, Martha, 1731-1802.
Motion Picture Association of America. Production Code Administration.
Warner Bros.
Writers Guild of America.
Mildred Pierce (Motion picture)
Actresses -- United States.
Literary agents -- Correspondence.
Screenwriters -- United States.
Women -- California.
Women authors, American -- 20th century -- Archives.
California -- Fiction.
California -- History -- 20th century -- Sources.

Forms/Genres

Contracts -- United States -- 20th century.
Drawings -- United States -- 20th century.
Letters (correspondence) -- United States -- 20th century.
Magazines -- United States -- 20th century.
Manuscripts for publication -- United States -- 20th century.
Photographs -- United States -- 20th century.
Research notes -- United States -- 20th century.
Screenplays -- United States -- 20th century.
Scripts (documents) -- United States -- 20th century.

Additional Contributors

Barrymore, Elaine Barrie.
Barrymore, John, 1882-1942.
Berman, L. E.
Box, Muriel, 1905-1991.
Burke, Shirley.
Collier, John, 1901-1980.
Horwin, Jerry.
Longstreet, Stephen, 1907-2002.
Portman, Eric, 1903-1969.
Scott, Virginia Steele.
Scribner, Charles, 1921-1995.
Stanwyck, Barbara, 1907-1990.
Byron Society. American Committee.
Charles Scribner's Sons.
Columbia Broadcasting System, inc.
Columbia Pictures Corporation.
KABC-TV (Television station : Hollywood, Los Angeles, Calif.)
KHJ-TV (Television station : Los Angeles, Calif.)
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer.
Pasadena Playhouse Association.
Screen Writers' Guild, recipient.
Writers Guild of America, West.


Collection Contents

 

Manuscripts and Correspondence

Box 1

Manuscripts, Barber – Rowse

Folder 1

Barber, Henry A. “Absolute Standards:” [essay] [c. 1991]. 1 item.

Folder 2

Barzen, Jacques. “Reader’s Report:” [book review] (1976, May 4). 1 item.

Folder 3

Bischoff, Jim. Book Reviews: Byron’s Daughter (1972, Dec. 4). 1 item.

Folder 4

de Wolfe, Karen and Catherine Turney. “Allison, Ltd.:” [screenplay] (1953, Jan. 19). 1 item. Alternately titled “Jessica LTD.”

Folder 5

Ebright, Peggy. Untitled manuscript beginning, “How the collection came to the library by Peggy Ebright” [undated]. 2 items. Includes research notes.

Folder 6

H----, A. R. “Urological Department:” [poem] [undated]. 1 item.

Folder 7

Longstreet, Stephen, 1907-2002. Drawings (1945). 17 items.

Folder 8

Longstreet, Stephen, 1907-2002 and Catherine Turney. “The Burning Man” [play] [undated]. 1 item. Alternately titled “Man and Wife.” Original folder included.

Folder 9

Longstreet, Stephen, 1907-2002 and Catherine Turney. “Man and Wife:” [play] (1968). 1 item. Alternately titled “The Burning Man.” Original folder included.

Folder 10

Magee, L.B. Notes: “Light in the Spring;” “Manifest Destiny;” and “Fruit of the Vine” (1976-1978). 16 items. Includes magazine clipping.

Folder 11

Mahony, Patrick. “The Girl on the Train:” [screenplay: p. 17] [undated]. 1 item.

Folder 12

Morris, Edmund. Notes regarding “Monplasir:” (1962). 2 items. Alternately titled “Monplaisir.”

Folder 13

Payette, Elizabeth. Miscellaneous Manuscripts [undated]. 3 items.

Folder 14

Roth, Beulah and Catherine Turney. “A Likely Story:” [treatment] (1963). 2 items. Original folder included.

Folder 15

Rowse, A. L. (Alfred Leslie), 1903-1997. Untitled manuscript beginning, “As opposed to vague conjectures about Shakespeare’s Dark Lady…” [c. 1973]. 1 item.

Box 2

Manuscripts. Turney, Catherine “Ah, Wilderness!” – “Bitter Harvest”

Folder 1

[Turney, Catherine]. “Ah, Wilderness!:” [poem] [undated]. 1 item. Notes on back.

Folder 2

Turney, Catherine. “Angel Manager (Temporary Title): Revised Draft:” [screenplay] [1962]. 1 item. Original folder included. With handwritten edits.

Folder 3

Turney, Catherine. “The Beautiful One:” [novel] [after 1978]. 1 item.

Folder 4

Turney, Catherine. “The Beautiful One:” [novel: p.60-77] [after 1978]. 1 item.

Folder 5

Turney, Catherine. “The Beautiful One:” [novel: p.86-188] [after 1978]. 1 item.

Folder 6

Turney, Catherine. “The Beautiful One:” [novel: p.175-188] [after 1978]. 1 item.

Folder 7

Turney, Catherine. “The Beautiful One: Full Outline of the Rest of the Chapters:” [after 1978]. 2 items. Includes 1 incomplete copy.

Folder 8

[Turney, Catherine]. “Beauty:” [poem] [undated]. 1 item.

Folder 9

Turney, Catherine. “Bitter Harvest:” [play] [before 1936]. 1 item.

Folder 10

Turney, Catherine. “Bitter Harvest:” [play] (1936). 1 item. Signed by author. Includes typewritten additions and corrections by author.

Box 3

Manuscripts, Turney, Catherine “Bitter Harvest” – “Dear John”

Folder 1

Turney, Catherine. “Bitter Harvest:” [play] (1936-1972). 1 item. Includes typewritten additions and corrections by author.

Folder 2

Turney, Catherine. “Bitter Harvest:” [play] (1936). 1 item. Includes handwritten edits by author.

Folder 3

Turney, Catherine. “Black Savannah:” [screenplay] (1951, Aug. 14). 1 item. With handwritten edits.

Folder 4

Turney, Catherine. “Byron’s Daughter:” [biography] [before 1972]. 1 item. Original folder included.

Folder 5

Turney, Catherine. “Byron’s Daughter:” [biography: p. c-f, l, u] [before 1972]. 1 item.

Folder 6

Turney, Catherine. “Byron’s Daughter:” [biography: p. 1-47, 55-58, 63-66, 70, 78-96, 118-124] [before 1972]. 1 item. With handwritten edits. Includes a note.

Folder 7

Turney, Catherine. “Byron’s Daughter:” [biography: p. 69, 78-82, 84-87, 91-95, 104- 113] [before 1972]. 1 item. With handwritten edits.

Folder 8

Turney, Catherine. “Byron’s Daughter:” [biography: p. 69-82, 104-117] [before 1972]. 1 item. With handwritten edits.

Folder 9

Turney, Catherine. “Dead Ringer:” [television script] [1959]. 2 items. With handwritten edits and copy of original.

Folder 10

Turney, Catherine. “Dear John:” [essay] [undated]. 1 item.

Box 4

Manuscripts, Turney, Catherine “Dive for Danger” – “Jezebel”

Folder 1

Turney, Catherine. “Dive for Danger:” [screenplay] (1966-1971). 2 items. Includes 1 letter from Catherine Turney to Gilbert Gardner and original folder.

Folder 2

Turney, Catherine. “Doorway to the Dark:” [television script] (1948). 4 items. With handwritten edits. Includes two articles, one copy of an article and original folder.

Folder 3

Turney, Catherine. “East is East:” [screenplay] (1950). 1 item. Original folder included. Alternate title “Japanese War Bride.”

Folder 4

Turney, Catherine. “The Galley Chief:” [poem] [undated]. 1 item.

Folder 5

Turney, Catherine. “General Hospital #137-HSP-63:” [television script] (1963, Oct. 8). 1 item.

Folder 6

Turney, Catherine. “General Hospital #139-HSP-63:” [television script] (1963, Oct. 10). 1 item.

Folder 7

Turney, Catherine. “General Hospital #140-HSP-63:” [television script] (1963, Oct. 11). 1 item.

Folder 8

Turney, Catherine. “Gilmore Brown:” [essay] ([1960]-1982). 3 items. Includes photocopies of playbill and article.

Folder 9

Turney, Catherine. “The Golden Violet:” [play] (1944, Mar. 3). 1 item.

Folder 10

Turney, Catherine. “Help Wanted-Female:” [treatment] (1953, Apr. 16). 1 item.

Folder 11

Turney, Catherine. “Jessica LTD.: Original Story for Television:” [television script] [1952]. 1 item. Alternately titled “Allison, Ltd.”

Folder 12

Turney, Catherine. “Jessica LTD.: First Draft Screenplay:” [television script] (1952, Dec. 30). 1 item. Alternately titled “Allison, Ltd.”

Folder 13

Turney, Catherine. “Jezebel:” [television script] (1956, Oct. 18). 1 item.

Box 5

Manuscripts, Turney, Catherine “Kismet (The Wild Horse)” – “Nightshade”

Folder 1

[Turney, Catherine]. “Kismet (The Wild Horse):” [poem] [undated]. 1 item.

Folder 2

Turney, Catherine. “A Lifelong Fascination with Byron: Confessions of an Amateur Scholar:” [essay] [after 1972]. 1 item.

Folder 3

Turney, Catherine. “Light in the Spring:” [novel] [undated]. 1 item. Original folder included.

Folder 4

Turney, Catherine. “Manifest Destiny; Fruit of the Vine:” [synopses] [undated]. 1 item. Original folder included.

Folder 5

Turney, Catherine. “Maverick: The Lass with the Poisonous Air:” [television script] (1959, Aug. 17). 1 item. Original folder included.

Folder 6

Turney, Catherine. “Mildred Pierce for Radio:” [radio script] [after 1943]. 1 item. Original folder included.

Folder 7

[Turney, Catherine]. Miscellaneous Manuscripts [undated]. 4 items.

Folder 8

Turney, Catherine. “Monplaisir: Step Outline:” [treatment] (1962). 3 items. Includes outline of revisions and list of changes.

Folder 9

Turney, Catherine. “My Memoirs: By a Dog:” [short story] [before 1963]. 1 item.

Folder 10

Turney, Catherine. “Nightshade:” [play] (1934). 1 item.

Box 6

Manuscripts, Turney, Catherine Note cards: “Byron’s Daughter” – Note cards: “The Patriarch”

Folder 1

Turney, Catherine. Note cards: “Byron’s Daughter:” [before 1972]. 74 items.

Folder 2

Turney, Catherine. Note cards: “Light in the Spring;” “Manifest Destiny;” and “Fruit of the Vine:” [undated]. 86 items.

Folder 3

Turney, Catherine. Note cards: “Light in the Spring;” “Manifest Destiny;” and “Fruit of the Vine:” [undated]. 47 items.

Folder 4

Turney, Catherine. Note cards: “The Patriarch:” [before 1978]. 80 items.

Folder 5

Turney, Catherine. Note cards: “The Patriarch:” [before 1978]. 46 items.

Box 7

Manuscripts, Turney, Catherine Notes: “The Beautiful One” – Notes: “Surrender the Season”

Folder 1

Turney, Catherine. Notes: “The Beautiful One:” [after 1978]. 34 items.

Folder 2

Turney, Catherine. Notes: “Byron’s Daughter:” (1974-1994). 47 items.

Folder 3

Turney, Catherine. Notes: “Byron’s Daughter:” (1972-1982). 10 items.

Folder 4

Turney, Catherine. Notes: “Light in the Spring;” “Manifest Destiny;” and “Fruit of the Vine:” [undated]. 3 items.

Folder 5

Turney, Catherine. Notes: “The Patriarch:” (1973). 25 items.

Folder 6

Turney, Catherine. Notes: “The Patriarch:” [before 1978]. 22 items.

Folder 7

Turney, Catherine. Notes: “Surrender the Season:” [undated]. 1 item.

Box 8

Manuscripts, Turney, Catherine “The Organization Woman” – “The Patriarch”

Folder 1

[Turney, Catherine]. “The Organization Woman:” [script] [undated]. 1 item.

Folder 2

Turney, Catherine. “Of Human Bondage:” [screenplay] (1943, June 26). 1 item.

Folder 3

Turney, Catherine. “One Step Beyond: The Burning Girl:” [television script] [1959]. 2 items. Includes 1 copy and original folders.

Folder 4

Turney, Catherine. “One Step Beyond: The Forests of the Night:” [television script] [1959]. 1 item. Original folder included.

Folder 5

Turney, Catherine. “The Other One:” [screenplay] (1957, Mar. 23). 1 item. Original folder included.

Folder 6

Turney, Catherine. “The Other One – Prod. 208 – Revised:” [screenplay] (1957, Apr. 2). 1 item.

Folder 7

Turney, Catherine. “The Patriarch:” [biography: p. 1-191] [before 1978]. 1 item.

Folder 8

Turney, Catherine. “The Patriarch:” [biography: p. 192-461] [before 1978]. 1 item. Box 9: Manuscripts, Turney, Catherine “The Patriarch” – “The Return of the Soldier”

Folder 1

Turney, Catherine. “The Patriarch:” [biography: p. 462-672] [before 1978]. 1 item. Includes carbon copy of page 594.

Folder 2

Turney, Catherine. “The Patriarch:” [biography: p. 672-905] [before 1978]. 1 item.

Folder 3

Turney, Catherine. “The Patriarch:” [biography: p. 619, 739, 761] [before 1978]. 3 items.

Folder 4

Turney, Catherine. “The Patriarch:” [biography: p. 801-836] [undated]. 1 item.

Folder 5

[Turney, Catherine]. Poetry: set [undated]. 10 items.

Folder 6

[Turney, Catherine]. Poetry: untitled [1920]. 3 items.

Folder 7

[Turney, Catherine]. “A Prayer:” [poem] [undated]. 1 item.

Folder 8

[Turney, Catherine]. “The Professor’s Wife:” [play] (1926). 1 item.

Folder 9

Turney, Catherine. “Prospectus for TV Series:” [treatment] [undated]. 1 item.

Folder 10

Turney, Catherine. “The Red Pavillion [sic]:” [play] [undated]. 2 items. Includes 1 copy and original folders.

Folder 11

Turney, Catherine. “The Return of the Soldier:” [screenplay] (1947, Oct. 23). 1 item. Original folder included.

Box 10

Manuscripts, Turney, Catherine “A Room for the Night” – “The Shifting Glo om”

Folder 1

Turney, Catherine. “A Room for the Night:” [play] (1931). 1 item.

Folder 2

Turney, Catherine. “Rope Enough:” [television script] (1955, Aug. 11). 1 item.

Folder 3

Turney, Catherine. “A Rose from Lord Byron:” [novel] [undated]. 1 item.

Folder 4

Turney, Catherine. “Shadow:” [poem] [undated]. 1 item.

Folder 5

Turney, Catherine. “The Sheltered Life:” [screenplay] [undated]. 2 items. Includes 1 copy and original folder.

Folder 6

Turney, Catherine. “The Sheltered Life: A Treatment:” [undated]. 2 items. Includes 1 copy and original folders.

Folder 7

Turney, Catherine. “The Shifting Gloom:” [treatment] (1928). 1 item.

Box 11

Manuscripts, Turney, Catherine “Sonnet” – “There Will Be Time”

Folder 1

Turney, Catherine. “Sonnet:” [poem] (1925, June 1). 1 item.

Folder 2

Turney, Catherine. “Storm Signal:” [television script] [undated]. 1 item.

Folder 3

Turney, Catherine. “Sweet Sixteen:” [short story] [undated]. 2 items. Includes 1 note.

Folder 4

Turney, Catherine. “Tacey Cromwell:” [screenplay] (1953, Oct. 14). 1 item. Original folder included.

Folder 5

Turney, Catherine. “The Tangled Web:” [novella] [before 1955]. 1 item. Original folder included.

Folder 6

Turney, Catherine. “There Will Be Time:” [novel: p. 1-188] [undated]. 1 item. Alternate title, “The Undying Past: The Story of an Obsession.”

Folder 7

Turney, Catherine. “There Will Be Time:” [novel: p. 189-393] [undated]. 1 item. Alternate title, “The Undying Past: The Story of an Obsession.”

Folder 8

Turney, Catherine. “There Will Be Time:” [novel: p. 394-544, Epilogue: 1-3] [undated]. 1 item. Alternate title, “The Undying Past: The Story of an Obsession.”

Folder 9

Turney, Catherine. “There Will Be Time:” [novel: p. 464-492] [undated]. 1 item. Alternate title, “The Undying Past: The Story of an Obsession.”

Box 12

Manuscripts, Turney, Catherine “To Bette, With Love” – “The Undying Past: The Story of an Obsession”

Folder 1

Turney, Catherine. “To Bette, With Love:” [essay] (1940-1992). 8 items. Includes 3 copies, 1 letter from Harold Ober Associates to Catherine Turney, 1 note from Ciji Ware to Catherine Turney, and copies of 2 letters to Catherine Turney from Bette Davis.

Folder 2

[Turney, Catherine]. “To E.L.F.:” [poem] [undated]. 1 item.

Folder 3

Turney, Catherine. “Transcripts of Notes Taken of Interview with Fr. Erlandson:” (1985, Feb. 19). 1 item.

Folder 4

Turney, Catherine. “The Ugliest Woman in Town:” [treatment] (1959, Sep. 18). 1 item. Alternate title, “What Did He See in Her?”

Folder 5

Turney, Catherine. “The Undying Past:” [novel] [c. 1970]. 1 item. Alternate title, “There Will Be Time.”

Folder 6

Turney, Catherine. “The Undying Past: The Story of an Obsession:” [novel: p. 1-276] [c. 1995]. 1 item. Alternate title, “There Will Be Time.”

Folder 7

Turney, Catherine. “The Undying Past: The Story of an Obsession:” [novel: p. 277-477] [c. 1995]. 1 item. Alternate title, “There Will Be Time.”

Box 13

Manuscripts, Turney, Catherine “The Undying Past: The Story of an Obsession” – Turney, Catherine and John Hiestand

Folder 1

Turney, Catherine. “The Undying Past: The Story of an Obsession:” [novel: p. 1-252] [c. 1995]. 2 items. Alternate title, “There Will Be Time.” Includes 1 letter to Catherine Turney from Joanne Louis Yeck.

Folder 2

Turney, Catherine. “The Undying Past: The Story of an Obsession:” [novel: p. 253-477] [c. 1995]. 1 item. Alternate title, “There Will Be Time.”

Folder 3

Turney, Catherine. “Virginia:” [essay] [1979]. 1 item.

Folder 4

Turney, Catherine. “What Did He See in Her?:” [television script] (1959, Sep. 10). 2 items. Alternate title, “The Ugliest Girl in Town.” Includes 1 incomplete copy.

Folder 5

Turney, Catherine. “Wilderness of Tigers: Outline of Rest of Story:” [novel] [undated]. 1 item. Alternate titles, “There Will Be Time” and “The Undying Past: The Story of an Obsession.”

Folder 6

Turney, Catherine. Untitled manuscript beginning, “Jerry Horwin and I came to write “My Dear Children” more or less by accident” [essay] (1975). 1 item.

Folder 7

Turney, Catherine. Untitled manuscript beginning, “Washington Idea” [prospectus] [undated]. 1 item.

Folder 8

Turney, Catherine and Arthur Alexander. “Request for Love:” [play] [undated]. 1 item. Original folder included.

Folder 9

Turney, Catherine and Gilbert Gardner. “Sea – Change:” [treatment] [undated]. 1 item.

Folder 10

Turney, Catherine and Gilbert Gardner. “Sea – Change:” [treatment] [undated]. 2 items. Includes 1 copy and original folder.

Folder 11

Turney, Catherine and John Hiestand. “Doorway to the Dark: A Half-Hour Film Series for Television:” [prospectus] [undated]. 2 items. Includes 1 copy.

Box 14

Manuscripts, Turney, Catherine and Jerry Horwin – Turney Genealogy and Correspondence, Ackerman – Avon Books

Folder 1

Turney, Catherine and Jerry Horwin. “One More Genius:” [play] [before 1939]. 1 item. Alternate title, “Don’t Mention It.” With handwritten edits. Original folder included.

Folder 2

Turney, Catherine and Jerry Horwin. “One More Genius:” [play] [before 1939]. 1 item. Alternate title, “Don’t Mention It.” With handwritten edits. Original folder included.

Folder 3

Turney, Catherine and Stephen Longstreet, 1907-2002. “Man and Wife:” [play] (1939). 1 item. Alternate title, “Like the Eagles.” Original copyright, 1939.

Folder 4

Turney, Catherine and Stephen Longstreet, 1907-2002. “The Red Pavillion [sic]:” [play] [undated]. 1 item. Original folder included.

Folder 5

Turney, Catherine and Ralph Spence. “Great Caesar’s Ghost!:” [screenplay] (1948). 2 items. Includes 1 letter to Harold N. Swanson from Robert L. Frost and 1 receipt.

Folder 6

Ware, C.J. “Dedication for Once Upon a Wicked Stage:” [undated]. 1 item.

Folder 7

Weaver, John D. Untitled book review beginning, “This is the first full-length portrait of Elizabeth Medora Leigh…” [c. 1972]. 1 item.

Folder 8

Webber, Edith Dunham. Untitled book review beginning, “Recently there have been biographies of Mary Woolstonecraft [sic]…” [c.1972]. 1 item.

Folder 9

Yeck, Joanne Louis “Catherine Turney:” [essay] [after 1981]. 1 item.

Folder 10

-----. “77 Sunset Strip:” [prospectus] [undated]. 1 item.

Folder 11

-----. Diary entry [undated]. 1 item.

Folder 12

-----. “English:” [poem] [undated]. 1 item.

Folder 13

-----. “Interview with Catherine Turney:” (1974, May 1). 1 item.

Folder 14

-----. Poetry [undated]. 2 items.

Folder 15

-----. “The Thorobred [sic]:” [short story] [undated]. 1 item.

Folder 16

-----. “Turney Genealogy:” [undated]. 1 item.

Folder 17

Ackerman, Harry Gregory, 1909-1988. 1 letter (1960, July 12) to Catherine Turney.

Folder 18

Amalu, Sammy. 2 letters (1973) to Catherine Turney.

Folder 19

Ambler, J. Jaquelin (John Jaquelin), 1902-. 1 letter (1973, May 9) to Freemasons. Alexandria-Washington Lodge, No. 22 (Alexandria, Va.). Addressed to Oliver Lloyd Onion.

Folder 20

American Museum in Britain. 3 letters (1974) to Catherine Turney. Signed by Kay Bond.

Folder 21

Andrews, Mary Todd. 1 letter (1962, June 6) to Catherine Turney.

Folder 22

Armbrister, Cyril. 1 letter (1959, Apr. 12) to Catherine Turney.

Folder 23

Armbrister. Fran. 1 letter [undated] to Catherine Turney. Note from Catherine Turney to Virginia Scott Steele and Norman Nixon on verso.

Folder 24

Arnesen, Arne. 1 letter (1973, Jan. 7) to Catherine Turney.

Folder 25

Arvan, Sadie. 1 letter [undated] to Catherine Turney.

Folder 26

Authors’ Guild (U.S.). 1 letter (1973, July 2) to Catherine Turney. Signed by Rex Stout.

Folder 27

Authors’ League of America. 1 letter (1974, July 12) to “Members of the Authors League.” Signed by Jerome Weidman, 1913-1998. Original in Oversize.

Folder 28

Avon Books. 2 letters (1978) to Catherine Turney. Signed by Walter Meade.

Box 15

Correspondence, B---- – Burke

Folder 1

B----, John. 1 letter (1954, May 13) to Catherine Turney.

Folder 2

[Babcock], Barbara. 1 postcard (1981, Nov. 22) to Catherine Turney.

Folder 3

Bachardy, Don. 1 letter (1980, Apr. 21) to Catherine Turney.

Folder 4

Baird, Ursula H. 36 letters (1968-1980) to Catherine Turney. 1 letter is a fragment and 1 is incomplete. Includes 5 postcards, 7 newspaper clippings, 1 photograph and 2 other letters.

Folder 5

Bárberá, Manuel. 3 letters (1944) to Catherine Turney.

Folder 6

Barrett, Myrna Ellen. 8 letters (1980-1984) to Catherine Turney. Includes 4 cards.

Folder 7

Barrymore, Elaine Barrie. 1 letter (1939, Feb. 17) to Richard Aldrich and Richard Meyers.

Folder 8

Barrymore, John, 1882-1942. 1 letter (1940, Feb. 14) to M.D.C. Corporation.

Folder 9

Bateson, Frederick Wilse, 1901-1978. 1 note (1973, Nov. 10) to Catherine Turney.

Folder 10

Behm, Donald Roy. 3 notes (1984) to Catherine Turney.

Folder 11

The Bekins Company. 1 letter (1974) to Catherine Turney. Includes 1 invoice and 1 statement of claim.

Folder 12

Berman, L.E. 8 letters (1935-1945) to Catherine Turney.

Folder 13

Bernhardt, Curtis. 1 letter (1946, Jan. 23) to Catherine Turney and [Clifford Guthrie “George” Reynolds].

Folder 14

Bird, Helen. 1 letter (1958, Feb. 15) to Catherine Turney.

Folder 15

Blair, Karen J. 1 letter (1983, Aug. 29) to Martin Ridge. Letter from Catherine Turney to Dan Durran, Pasadena Playhouse Alumni & Associates written on bottom. Original in Oversize.

Folder 16

Bodley Head (Firm). 1 letter (1972, Dec. 4) to Catherine Turney. Signed by Sonia Birch.

Folder 17

Booker, James Motley, 1914-. 1 letter (1973, June 9) to Catherine Turney.

Folder 18

Bowen, Catherine Drinker, 1897-1973. 2 letters (1957-1960) to Catherine Turney.

Folder 19

Box, Muriel. 16 letters (1962-1979) to Catherine Turney.

Folder 20

Brandt, Carol, 1904-1984. 1 letter (1959, Oct. 23) to Harold Ober Associates.

Folder 21

Brandt, Carol, 1904-1984. 3 letters (1960-1961) to Catherine Turney.

Folder 22

[Brewster], Jack. 1 letter [undated] to Catherine Turney.

Folder 23

Bright, Pat. 1 letter [undated] to Catherine Turney.

Folder 24

British Library. Reference Division. 1 letter (1979, May 18) to Catherine Turney. Signed by E. Eames.

Folder 25

British Museum. 3 letters (1971-1972) to Catherine Turney. Signed by Florett Robinson.

Folder 26

Broder, I. Robert. 1 letter (1940, May 17) to Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corporation.

Folder 27

Brown, Derek. 2 letters (1974) to Catherine Turney.

Folder 28

Brown, P.?E. 1 telegram (1903, July 15) to Elizabeth Blamere Turney.

Folder 29

Burgham?, Theodora. 1 letter (1934, May 23) to Catherine Turney.

Folder 30

Burke, Shirley. 1 letter (1973, Jan. 8) to Émil-Paul Fréres.

Folder 31

Burke, Shirley. 70 letters (1971-1975) to Catherine Turney. Includes 3 letters from Shirley Burke to Derek Priestley, 1 letter from Shirley Burke to Gerald Pollinger, and 1 invoice.

Folder 32

Burke, Shirley. 53 letters (1976-1981) to Catherine Turney. Includes 1 letter from Margaret Blackstone to Shirley Burke and 1 itinerary.

Box 16

Correspondence, Burr – Elias

Folder 1

Burr, Raymond. 1 card [undated] to Catherine Turney.

Folder 2

Burton, Jill. 4 letters (1990-1997) to Catherine Turney.

Folder 3

Byron Society. American Committee. 1 letter (1978, Feb. 1) to “Members.” Signed by Janice Smith.

Folder 4

Byron Society. American Committee. 1 letter (1978, Apr. 18) to Nancy Terry. Signed by Janice Smith.

Folder 5

Byron Society. American Committee. 2 letters (1978) to Elizabeth Woodall. Signed by Janice Smith.

Folder 6

Caen, Herb, 1916-1997. 1 letter (1981, Dec. 3) to Catherine Turney.

Folder 7

Cahoon, Herbert, 1918-2000. 5 letters (1960-1972) to Catherine Turney.

Folder 8

Cambridge Central Library. 1 letter (1960, Aug. 10) to Catherine Turney.

Folder 9

Carroll, Joseph. 1 letter (1952, Sep. 22) to Catherine Turney.

Folder 10

Caspary, Vera, 1904-1987. 1 letter (1967, July 29) to Catherine Turney.

Folder 11

Champlin, Charles, 1926-. 3 letters (1983-1992) to Catherine Turney.

Folder 12

Chaput, Donald. 1 letter (1978, Apr. 4) to Janice Smith.

Folder 13

Charles Scribner’s Sons. 1 letter (1974, June 24) to Shirley Burke. Signed by Alice Trapasso.

Folder 14

Charles Scribner’s Sons. 15 letters (1971-1973) to Catherine Turney. Signed by Susan Richman and Linda Spencer. Includes 1 letter from unknown author to unknown addressee.

Folder 15

“Charmagel?” 1 letter (1982, Apr. 8) to Catherine Turney.

Folder 16

Chatto & Windus (Firm). 1 letter (1972, Dec. 4) to Catherine Turney. Signed by Susan Daniell.

Folder 17

City of Nottingham Public Library. 2 letters (1972) to Catherine Turney. Signed by Paul Sykes.

Folder 18

Clark, J. Kent. 1 letter (1974, Sep. 30) to Catherine Turney.

Folder 19

Clark, James Brice. 1 letter (1985, Sep. 5) to Catherine Turney. Includes “St. Luke’s Leaflet” dated September 1, 1985.

Folder 20

Cleggett, David A. H. 1 letter (1976, [Jan. 19]) to Ursula H. Baird.

Folder 21

Cogen, Jill. 1 memo (1996, May 15) to Catherine Turney. Includes 1 OCLC printout.

Folder 22

Cohealy, Victoria N. 1 letter (1973, Mar. 15) to Betsy Fleshman.

Folder 23

Colby, Myrna. 4 letters (1972-1973) to Catherine Turney.

Folder 24

Collier, John, 1901-1980. 1 letter (1972, June 5) to Peter Beaufain De Berenger. Incomplete. Includes handwritten notes by Catherine Turney.

Folder 25

Collier, John, 1901-1980. 8 letters (1963-1972) to Catherine Turney.

Folder 26

Columbia Broadcasting System, inc. 1 letter (1950, Nov. 15) to Catherine Turney. Signed by Mr. Coleman.

Folder 27

Columbia Pictures Corporation. 2 letters (1965) to Catherine Turney. Signed by Diane Pregerson. Includes 1 contract.

Folder 28

Constable (Firm). 1 letter (1972, Feb. 21) to Norman Kotker. Signed by Coral N. Debenham.

Folder 29

Constable (Firm). 1 letter (1972, Dec. 8) to Catherine Turney. Signed by Coral N. Debenham.

Folder 30

Cortines, Ramon C. 1 letter (1976, Mar. 1) to Catherine Turney.

Folder 31

[Couchman, Donald Howard, 1936-]. 1 letter (1993, Oct. 20) to Catherine Turney.

Folder 32

Cross, Dorothea D. 1 letter [undated] to Catherine Turney.

Folder 33

Cushing, John D., 1922-. 1 letter (1976, Mar. 31) to Catherine Turney.

Folder 34

Davies, Peter. 1 letter (1930, Oct. 16) to Catherine Turney.

Folder 35

Davis, Anne Louise. 4 letters (1955-1957) to Catherine Turney.

Folder 36

Davis, Bette, 1908-1989. 6 letters (1946-1985) to Catherine Turney. Includes 2 copies and 1 birth announcement.

Folder 37

Dawes, Dorothy P. 4 letters (1973-1988) to Catherine Turney.

Folder 38

De Berrenger, Peter Beaufain. 1 letter (1972, June 6) to John Collier, 1901-1980.

Folder 39

De Sallier Dupin, Jacques-Yves. 1 letter (1980, Sep. 17) to Catherine Turney. Includes notes on le Monastère des Dames de la Visitation à Nantes. In French.

Folder 40

Department of Trade and Industry, Industrial Property and Copyright Department. 1 letter (1972, June 6) to Vera Oldham. Signed by D. Daley. Torn and repaired badly.

Folder 41

Depew, David J., 1942-. 2 letters (1990-1992) to Catherine Turney. Includes 1 article.

Folder 42

Deutsch, Rosa Barcelo. 1 letter (1974, Jan. 24) to Catherine Turney.

Folder 43

Doubleday and Company, inc. 3 letters (1963) to Catherine Turney. Signed by Ellen K. Roberts.

Folder 44

Doubleday and Company, inc. 1 letter (1963, June 23) to Ian Van Auw. Signed by Ellen K. Roberts.

Folder 45

Dramatists Guild. 2 letters (1962) to Catherine Turney. Signed by Erica T. Dorf. Includes 1 letter from Dramatists Guild to Edizoni Enrico Raggio and 1 letter from Edizoni Enrico Raggio to Erica T. Dorf, signed by Lucio Chiavarelli.

Folder 46

Dramatists Play Service (New York, N.Y.). 1 letter (1961, Feb. 15) to Catherine Turney. Signed by Margaret Sherman.

Folder 47

Dunne, Philip, 1908-1992 and Amanda Dunne, 1 card (1982, July 10) to Catherine Turney.

Folder 48

E.P. Dutton (Firm). 1 letter (1989, Jan. 3) to Dorothy Olding. Signed by Margaret Blackstone.

Folder 49

Éditions Émile-Paul Frères. 1 letter (1973, Apr. 6) to Catherine Turney. In French.

Folder 50

Edizoni Enrico Raggio. 1 letter (1962, Sep. 11) to Dramatist Guild. Signed by Lucio Chiavarelli.

Folder 51

Eisenbach, Robert. 1 letter (1971, Oct. 8) to Catherine Turney. Includes 1 letter from ABC Circle Films to Robert Eisenbach.

Folder 52

Eisenbach-Greene, Inc. 2 letters (1970) to Catherine Turney. Signed by Florence A. Shaen and Evie. Includes 2 letters from Robert Lippert to Eisenbach-Greene, Inc., 1 letter from Eisenbach-Greene, Inc. to Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corporation (addressed to George Stephenson), 1 letter from Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corporation to Eisenbach-Greene, Inc. and 1 copy.

Folder 53

Elias, Theodore J. 1 letter (1958, May 6) to Don I. Johnson.

Folder 54

Elias, Theodore J. 1 letter (1958, Mar. 31) to KABC-TV (Television station: Hollywood, Los Angeles, Calif.).

Folder 55

Elias, Theodore J. 4 letters (1958) to Patrick Mahony.

Folder 56

Elias, Theodore J. 1 letter (1958) to N.W. Ayer & Son. Includes 1 letter from Theodore J. Elias to Ronald L. Buck.

Box 17

Correspondence, Fairfax – Kobler

Folder 1

Fairfax, Nicholas. 1 letter (1974, Nov. 1) to Catherine Turney.

Folder 2

Farmer, Gregory. 1 letter (1990, Aug. 26) to Catherine Turney.

Folder 3

Feeley?, A.C. 1 letter (1975, June 10) to Catherine Turney.

Folder 4

Fetters, Richard. 2 letters (1990) to Catherine Turney.

Folder 5

Fisher, Dorothy Canfield. 1 letter (1942, Mar. 7) to Catherine Turney.

Folder 6

Fisher, M. F. K. (Mary Frances Kennedy), 1908-1992. 1 letter (1972, July 10) to Catherine Turney.

Folder 7

Folger Shakespeare Library. 1 letter (1970, June 29) to Catherine Turney. Includes 1 photocopy of four catalog cards. Signed by Margaret A. Martin.

Folder 8

Fontain, Raymond. 1 postcard (1996, July 31) to Betsy Truax.

Folder 9

Forker, Charles R. 3 letters (1982-1991) to Catherine Turney.

Folder 10

Foster, Margie. 1 letter (1991, Nov. 7) to Catherine Turney. Written for M. F. K. (Mary Frances Kennedy) Fisher, 1908-1992.

Folder 11

Franke, Lizzie. 2 letters (1990) to Catherine Turney.

Folder 12

Frederick Keppel & Co. 1 letter (1939-1940) to Louise W. Tripp. Includes 1 receipt.

Folder 13

Freeman, Douglas Southall, 1886-1953. 1 letter (1948. Mar. 1) to Ursula H. Baird.

Folder 14

Freemasons. Alexandria-Washington Lodge, No. 22 (Alexandria, Va.). 8 letters (1972- 1973) to Catherine Turney. Signed by Oliver Lloyd Onion. Includes 1 letter from Harold R.Cumbee to Oliver Lloyd Onion, 1 newspaper article, 1 note , 1 photograph, and 1 letter from Oliver Lloyd Onion to J. Jaquelin (John Jaquelin) Ambler, 1902-.

Folder 15

French, Layfayette. 1 letter (1975, June 6) to Catherine Turney.

Folder 16

Gardner, Carmel. 1 letter (1954, Apr. 29) to Harold Ober.

Folder 17

Garland, Diana. 1 letter [undated] to [Catherine Turney]. Fragment.

Folder 18

Geffen, Don. 1 letter (1982) to Catherine Turney.

Folder 19

Geller, James J. 3 letters (1953) to Catherine Turney.

Folder 20

George Washington Masonic National Memorial Association. 2 letters (1972) to Catherine Turney. Signed by Marvin E. (Marvin Edward) Fowler, 1904-2001.

Folder 21

Gerson, Noel B. 1 letter (1973, June 29) to Catherine Turney.

Folder 22

Gipson, J.H. 1 letter (1936, Oct. 6) to Cyril E. Armbrister. Includes 1 copy.

Folder 23

Glasgow, Ellen Anderson Gholson, 1873-1945. 4 letters (1939-1940) to Catherine Turney.

Folder 24

Goldstone-Tobias Agency. 1 letter (1957, Apr. 5) to Catherine Turney. Signed by Jerome S. Seigel.

Folder 25

Gottlieb, Polly Rose. 1 postcard (1968, June 3) to Catherine Turney.

Folder 26

Gourmet. 1 letter (1958, Nov. 19) to Catherine Turney.

Folder 27

Grant, Donna. 3 letters (1958) to Catherine Turney.

Folder 28

Great Britain. Board of Inland Revenue. 1 letter (1974, Jan. 10) to Shirley Burke. Signed by J. Mathieson. Includes 1 memorandum of agreement.

Folder 29

Gunn, Jim. 1 letter [undated] to Catherine Turney.

Folder 30

Guthrie, McCaleb & Graham. 1 letter (1983, Nov. 2) to Mary V. Rankin. Signed by Toni Gifford.

Folder 31

H----, Ed. 1 letter (1987, Mar. 7) to Catherine Turney.

Folder 32

Haas, Robert Bartlett. 1 letter (1973, Feb. 6) to Catherine Turney.

Folder 33

Hahn & Hahn. 1 letter (1948, May 18) to Catherine Turney. Signed by Louise R. Vincent.

Folder 34

Hanisch, Marian. 2 letters (1967) to Catherine Turney. Includes 1 postcard and 1 map.

Folder 35

Hanson, Burton S. 2 letter (1991) to Catherine Turney.

Folder 36

Hanson, Elizabeth Turney. 1 letter (1983, Oct. 22) to Catherine Turney.

Folder 37

Hanson, Nick. 1 letter [undated] to Catherine Turney.

Folder 38

Harcourt, Alfred, 1881-1954. 2 letters (1939) to Catherine Turney.

Folder 39

Harold Ober Associates. 8 letters (1959-1991) to Catherine Turney. Signed by Patricia Powell, Claire Smith, Craig Tenney, and Phyllis Westberg.

Folder 40

Heinemann (Firm). 1 letter (1974, Feb. 22) to Catherine Turney. Signed by Alanna Hornby.

Folder 41

Henry Holt and Company. 5 letters (1950-1954) to Catherine Turney. Signed by William Raney and Stewart Richardson. Includes 1 telegram.

Folder 42

Henson, Pamela. 1 letter (1973, Apr. 16) to Catherine Turney.

Folder 43

Hiestand, John. 2 letters (1951-1958) to Catherine Turney. Includes 1 copy.

Folder 44

Hiestand, John and Catherine Turney. 1 letter (1956, Mar. 12) to Hereward Carrington, 1880-1959.

Folder 45

Historical Society of Pennsylvania. 2 letters (1977) to Catherine Turney. Signed by Carol Soffa.

Folder 46

Hix, Elsie. 2 letters (1960) to Catherine Turney and Leonard Meyberg.

Folder 47

Horwin, Jerry. 1 letter and 2 telegrams (1951) to Catherine Turney.

Folder 48

House & Garden. 1 letter (1958, Sep. 25) to Catherine Turney. Signed by Ellen Sheridan.

Folder 49

Howell, Miriam. 9 letters (1954-1955) to Catherine Turney.

Folder 50

Humphreys, A. R. (Arthur Raleigh), 1911-. 2 letters (1980-1981) to Catherine Turney. Includes 2 photographs.

Folder 51

Humphreys, A. R. (Arthur Raleigh), 1911- and K. Jean Humphreys. 13 letters (1979- 1983) to Catherine Turney. Includes 3 sets of poems and 1 note.

Folder 52

Humphreys, K. Jean. 9 letters (1979-1989) to Catherine Turney.

Folder 53

Hutchinson Publishing Group, Ltd. 1 letter (1972, Dec. 8) to Catherine Turney. Signed by Julian Younger.

Folder 54

Jamieson, Michael. 3 letters (1982) to Catherine Turney. Includes flyer for the National Theatre and 2 postcards.

Folder 55

“Joe, Brian, Susan, and Charles.” 1 postcard (1987, Aug. 17) to Catherine Turney.

Folder 56

John Murrey (Firm). 1 letter (1972, Dec. 14) to Catherine Turney. Signed by C.E. Hubben.

Folder 57

Johnson, Don I. 1 letter (1958, May 2) to Theodore J. Elias.

Folder 58

Karlan, Patricia. 2 letters (1982) to Shirley Burke.

Folder 59

Kester, Lenard. 2 letters (1950) to [Stephen Longstreet, 1907-2002].

Folder 60

Kester, Lenard. 1 letter (1970, Oct. 2) to Los Angeles Times (Firm), Editor.

Folder 61

Keyes, Marion H. 3 letters (1976-1982) to Catherine Turney.

Folder 62

Kobler, John. 1 letter (1975, May 11) to Catherine Turney.

Box 18

Correspondence, Kotker – Mahony

Folder 1

Kotker, Norman. 2 letters (1976) to Shirley Burke.

Folder 2

Kotker, Norman. 1 letter (1972, May 31) to Gerald J. Pollinger.

Folder 3

Kotker, Norman. 21 letters (1972-1975) to Catherine Turney.

Folder 4

Lane, Craig J. and Karen D. Lane. 2 letters (1992) to Catherine Turney.

Folder 5

Langton, Paul. 1 letter (1973, Apr. 19) to Catherine Turney. Includes 1 letter from Shirley Burke to Paul Langton.

Folder 6

LaValley, Albert J. 4 letters (1980-1981) to Catherine Turney.

Folder 7

Lee, Leonard. 1 letter [undated] to Catherine Turney.

Folder 8

Leo, John. 7 letters (1983-1991) to Catherine Turney. Includes 1 postcard and 1 photograph.

Folder 9

Leslie, F. Andrew. 2 letters (1967) to Catherine Turney.

Folder 10

Levin, Charles. 1 letter (1959, Dec. 17) to Catherine Turney.

Folder 11

Library of Congress. Reference Dept. 8 letters (1973-1975) to Catherine Turney. Signed by Paul G. Sifton. Includes 1 copy with notes by Catherine Turney.

Folder 12

Library of Congress. Register of Copyrights. 1 letter (1935, Feb. 14) to Catherine Turney. Signed by William M. Brown.

Folder 13

Linley, Margaret. 3 letters (1955-1967) to Catherine Turney.

Folder 14

Logathetti, Faith. 2 letters (1981) to Catherine Turney.

Folder 15

London, Michael. 1 letter (1992, May 16) to Catherine Turney.

Folder 16

Longford, Elizabeth, 1906-2002. 3 letters (1974-1975) to Catherine Turney.

Folder 17

Longstreet, Stephen, 1907-2002. 2 letters (1950) to Elizabeth Turney Hanson.

Folder 18

Longstreet, Stephen, 1907-2002. 3 letters (1950) to Lenard Kester.

Folder 19

Longstreet, Stephen, 1907-2002. 1 letter (1950, May 26) to Henry Simon.

Folder 20

Longstreet, Stephen, 1907-2002. 4 letters (1950) to Catherine Turney.

Folder 21

Lottridge, Richard G. 6 letters (1984-1990) to Catherine Turney. Includes copies of Catherine Turney’s Will, Durable Power of Attorney, and Living Will.

Folder 22

Lounsbury, Marjorie. 1 letter (1996, June 21) to Catherine Turney. Written on a photocopy of a letter from Winnie to Marjorie Lounsbury.

Folder 23

Lyman, Susan E. 1 letter (1974, June 30) to Catherine Turney.

Folder 24

Lyons, Stephen. 1 letter (1939-1990) to Susan Naulty. Includes Playbox playbill “The Good Hope” and notes from Jack Harris’s phone call.

Folder 25

M.D.C. Corporation. 1 letter (1940) to Jerry Horwin and Catherine Turney. Includes 2 copies.

Folder 26

MacDonald & Co. 1 letter (1972) to Catherine Turney. Signed by Beatrice Otta.

Folder 27

MacKillip, Ian. 1 letter (1989, Aug. 24) to Catherine Turney.

Folder 28

MacRae, Monimia F. 6 letters (1974) to Catherine Turney.

Folder 29

Magee, Lewis B. 11 letters (1976-1981) to Catherine Turney. Includes map of Carmel- by-the-Sea and notes regarding the San Francisco Morning Call.

Folder 30

Magnin, Edgar F. (Edgar Fogel), 1890-1984. 3 letters (1974) to Catherine Turney.

Folder 31

Mahony, Patrick. 17 letters (1952-1958) to Catherine Turney. Includes 1 copy of publishing contract and 2 newspaper clippings.

Box 19

Correspondence, Malnic - Oxford University Press

Folder 1

Malnic, Eric. 1 letter (1990, June 14) to Catherine Turney.

Folder 2

Mamaux, Grace F. 1 letter (1974) to Catherine Turney.

Folder 3

Manns, Marsha M. 3 letters (1979-1987) to Catherine Turney. Includes report on 1979 American Byron Seminar and 1 order form.

Folder 4

[Maple], Doug. 2 letters (1983-1984) to Catherine Turney.

Folder 5

Marshall, Michael, 1936-. 2 letters (1985) to Catherine Turney.

Folder 6

Mary Clarissa, Mother. 1 letter (1961, Dec. 12) to Catherine Turney.

Folder 7

Massachusetts Historical Society. 2 letters (1975-1976) to Catherine Turney. Signed by John D. Cushing, 1922- and Stephen T. Riley.

Folder 8

Matthias, Tommie. 1 letter (1982, Apr. 2) to Catherine Turney.

Folder 9

MCA Inc. 1 letter (1962, Sep. 26) to Catherine Turney. Signed by Cloty Toock.

Folder 10

[McBride], Vicki. 1 postcard (1988, July 25) to Catherine Turney.

Folder 11

McCall, Monica. 2 letters (1955) to Catherine Turney.

Folder 12

McCreadie, Marsha. 2 letters (1993) to Catherine Turney. Includes business card and CV.

Folder 13

McIntire, Jeanette Nolan. 1 letter [after 1988] to Catherine Turney.

Folder 14

Menikoff, Barry. 1 letter (1982, Oct. 1) to Catherine Turney.

Folder 15

Merchants National Bank & Trust Company of Indianapolis. 1 letter (1960, Sep. 6) to Catherine Turney. Signed by Fred P. Backer.

Folder 16

Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. 1 letter (1972, Nov. 24) to Catherine Turney. Signed by Saul David.

Folder 17

Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Film Co. 1 letter (1981, Aug. 19) to Catherine Turney. Signed by Willie Hunt. Includes 1 newspaper clipping.

Folder 18

Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Pictures. 1 letter (1942, Dec. 22) to Jules Goldstone. Signed by William J. Fadiman.

Folder 19

Mignone, Mary. 3 letters (1954-1955) to Catherine Turney.

Folder 20

Miller, R. De Witt (Richard De Witt), 1910-. 1 letter (1956, Mar. 14) to Catherine Turney.

Folder 21

Miner, Worthington, 1900-1982. 1 letter (1952, Aug. 11) to Catherine Turney.

Folder 22

Moffett, William A. 1 letter (1991, Jan. 28) to Catherine Turney.

Folder 23

Mondale, Walter F., 1928-. 1 letter [between 1982 and 1984] to “Dear Special Friend.”

Folder 24

Montgomery, Richard G. 1 letter [undated] to Charles Scribner's Sons and Susan Richman. Includes book review.

Folder 25

Morgan, Raymond R. 2 letters (1955-1956) to Catherine Turney.

Folder 26

Morris, I. V. (Ira Victor), 1903-. 4 letters (1968) to Catherine Turney.

Folder 27

Motter, C.H. 1 letter (1948, Jan. 27) to Catherine Turney and Stephen Longstreet, 1907- 2002.

Folder 28

Mount Vernon Ladies’ Association of the Union. 11 letters (1973-1978) to Catherine Turney. Signed by John A. Castellani, Walter T. Cragg, and Elizabeth McCallister. Includes notes, 2 transcriptions of letters from John Parke Custis, 1754-1781 to Martha Washington, 1731-1802, 1 photocopied letter from Martha Washington, 1731-1802 to Bartholomew Dandridge, 1691-ca. 1755, and 1 copy of “Typescripts of the letters of Lucy and Henry Knox.”

Folder 29

Myers, Richard. 1 letter (1954, Oct. 13) to Catherine Turney.

Folder 30

Nathan, Robert. 1 letter [undated] to Catherine Turney.

Folder 31

National Jewish Hospital and Research Center (U.S.). 2 letters (1973) to Catherine Turney. Signed by Emmett H. Heitler.

Folder 32

National Portrait Gallery (Smithsonian Institution). 1 letter (1975, Jan. 24) to Catherine Turney. Signed by Anne Cohen DePietro.

Folder 33

New York Public Library. 1 letter (1972, Dec. 15) to Catherine Turney. Signed by Faye Simkin. Includes 1 letter from Catherine Turney to New York Public Library addressed to Faye Simkin.

Folder 34

Newman, Eugene V. 1 letter (1983, Oct. 31) to Catherine Turney.

Folder 35

Nichols, Jeanne. 1 letter (1991, Nov. 7) to Catherine Turney.

Folder 36

Nixon, Norman. 4 letters (1950-1973) to Catherine Turney.

Folder 37

Noyer, E. 1 letter (1939, Jan. 30) to Jerry Horwin. Includes production agreement signed by Elaine Barrie Barrymore, Catherine Turney and Jerry Horwin.

Folder 38

Odebrecht, Ruth. 1 letter (1973, Nov. 12) to Catherine Turney.

Folder 39

[Oldham], Jeane. 8 letters (1934) to Catherine Turney. Includes 4 postcards.

Folder 40

[Oldham], Vera. 1 letter [undated] to Catherine Turney.

Folder 41

Olding, Dorothy. 7 letters (1957-1989) to Catherine Turney. Includes 2 receipts.

Folder 42

Olney, Cady. 4 letters (1963-1973) to Catherine Turney.

Folder 43

Order of the Holy Cross. 1 letter (1992, Mar.) to “Dear Friends.” Signed by William Sibley.

Folder 44

Organick, Betty Blanchard. 2 letters (1954) to Catherine Turney.

Folder 45

Osborn, James Marshall. 2 letters (1976) to Catherine Turney. Includes notes and 2 newspaper clippings.

Folder 46

Oxford University Press. 1 letter (1972) to Catherine Turney. Signed by Barry A. Marshall.

Box 20

Correspondence, Pasadena Playhouse Alumni & Associates – Smith, Jack

Folder 1

Pasadena Playhouse Alumni & Associates. 1 letter (1996, May 11) to Catherine Turney. Signed by Dick Durant.

Folder 2

Pasadena Playhouse Association. 1 letter (1985, July 26) to Alan H. Jutzi, 1945- and Laurie Jutzi. Signed by David G. Houk. Includes questionnaire.

Folder 3

Pauker, Edmond. 1 letter (1951, June 5) to Rudolph Friml and Dailey Paskman.

Folder 4

Pauker, Edmond. 1 letter (1940, Jan. 16) to Jerry Horwin. Includes 1 letter from Richard Aldrich to Edmond Pauker.

Folder 5

Pauker, Edmond. 1 letter (1952, Dec. 12) to Jerry Horwin and Catherine Turney.

Folder 6

Pauker, Edmond. 2 letters (1936-1954) to Catherine Turney.

Folder 7

Pauker, John. 1 letter (1954, Feb. 23) to Catherine Turney.

Folder 8

Paul, Jennifer S. 1 letter (1986, Mar. 3) to Catherine Turney.

Folder 9

Penneman, Alice. 1 letter (1956, Jan. 23) to Writers Guild of America, West.

Folder 10

Pepham, Don. 1 memo (1978, Apr. 4) to Catherine Turney. Includes 1 note from Catherine Turney to Don Pepham.

Folder 11

Peter Davies Ltd. 2 letters (1973-1974) to Catherine Turney. Signed by Patricia Pearson. Includes 1 letter from Countryside Magazine Group to Patricia Pearson, signed by E.V. Scott.

Folder 12

Peter Owen (Firm). 1 letter ([1974], Dec. 5) to Catherine Turney. Fragment. Includes 1 copy and another fragment of a letter.

Folder 13

Pierpont Morgan Library. 1 letter (1972, Jan. 25) to Charles Scribner's Sons. Addressed to Linda Spencer and signed by Charles Ryskamp.

Folder 14

Pinnacle Books. 1 letter (1979, June 28) to Catherine Turney. Signed by Gaye Tardy.

Folder 15

Pollinger, Gerald J. 1 letter (1973, Aug. 22) to Shirley Burke.

Folder 16

Pollinger, Gerald J. 1 letter (1972, Apr. 27) to Norman Kotker. Includes notes by Catherine Turney.

Folder 17

Pollinger, Gerald J. 3 letters (1973) to Winant, Towers Limited. Addressed to Anne Powys-Lybbe.

Folder 18

Portman, Eric, 1903-1969. 1 letter (1936, June 24) to Catherine Turney.

Folder 19

Potter, Frank M. 1 letter (1982) to Catherine Turney. Includes 1 newspaper clipping.

Folder 20

Preminger, Ingo. 1 memo (1954, Sep. 27) to Catherine Turney and Eris Horwin.

Folder 21

Prescott, Peter. 1 letter [undated] to Martin Kasindorf.

Folder 22

Priestley, Derek. 6 letters (1972-1973) to Shirley Burke.

Folder 23

Priestley, Derek. 22 letters (1972-1974) to Catherine Turney. Includes 2 notes, 1 letter from Winant, Towers Limited to Hertfordshire Countryside, signed by Patricia Pearson, 1 newspaper clipping, 1 copy of a letter, and 1 press release.

Folder 24

Priestley, Derek. 1 letter (1972, Oct. 13) to Winant, Towers Limited. Addressed to Dorothy Ward. Includes 1 copy.

Folder 25

Ralling, Joanna. 2 letters (1992-1993) to Catherine Turney.

Folder 26

Rees, Michael, 1931-. 5 letters (1977-1981) to Catherine Turney.

Folder 27

Reynolds, Clifford Guthrie (George). 3 letters (1938) to Catherine Turney.

Folder 28

Robert Eisenbach & Associates. 1 letter (1969) to Catherine Turney. Includes 3 contracts. Signed by Florence A. Shaen.

Folder 29

Robert M. McBride & Company. 1 letter (1959, Oct. 8) to Catherine Turney. Signed by Ruth B. Aidlin.

Folder 30

Robinson, Michael J.E. 1 letter (1976, Nov. 24) to Shirley Burke.

Folder 31

Robinson, Michael J.E. 1 letter (1976, Dec. 10) to Catherine Turney.

Folder 32

Rodley, Chris and Nigel Algar. 1 letter (1992, Apr. 4) to Catherine Turney.

Folder 33

Rome Historical Society (Rome, N.Y.). 1 letter (1977, Feb. 9) to Catherine Turney. Signed by Joseph G. Vincent. Includes 1 pamphlet.

Folder 34

Rosemond, Jo W. 2 letters (1954-1958) to Catherine Turney.

Folder 35

Rowse, A. L. (Alfred Leslie), 1903-1997. 3 letters (1974-1990) to Catherine Turney.

Folder 36

Ruppart, Lola. 1 letter (1983, Sep. 14) to Catherine Turney.

Folder 37

Sarrieu, Marie. 1 letter [1970] to Catherine Turney.

Folder 38

Scott, Virginia Steele. 2 letters (1971-1974) to Lenard Kester.

Folder 39

Scott, Virginia Steele. 4 letters (1970-[1973]) to Catherine Turney.

Folder 40

Scott, Virginia Steele and Norman Nixon. 1 card [1972] to Catherine Turney.

Folder 41

Screen Gems. 1 letter (1953, Feb. 11) to Screen Writers' Guild.

Folder 42

Scribner, Charles, 1921-1995. 1 letter (1976, Jan. 19) to Shirley Burke. Original in Oversize.

Folder 43

Seidenbaum, Art. 1 letter (1982, May 11) to Catherine Turney and Charles Champin, 1926-.

Folder 44

Shanewise, Lenore. 1 letter (1934, June 4) to Catherine Turney.

Folder 45

Shanewise, Lenore. 1 letter (1978, May 21) to Maureen.

Folder 46

Shearing, Joseph, 1888-1952. 1 letter (1946, Jan. 15) to Catherine Turney.

Folder 47

Sheiner, Mary David. 1 letter (1986, Apr. 26) to Catherine Turney.

Folder 48

Siegisake, Kazuko. 1 letter (1980, Nov. 12) to Catherine Turney.

Folder 49

Silverado Museum. 1 letter (1982, Nov. 18) to Barbara R. Warner. Signed by Ellen Shaffer. Includes genealogy and notes.

Folder 50

Small, Mary. 1 letter (1991, Aug. 13) to Catherine Turney.

Folder 51

Smith, Beth and Charles Smith. 1 letter (1985, May 23) to Catherine Turney.

Folder 52

Smith, Jack, 1916-1996. 1 note (1989, July 26) to Catherine Turney.

Box 21

Correspondence, Smith, Janice - Turney, Catherine to Carol Brandt

Folder 1

Smith, Janice. 30 letters (1977-1988) to Catherine Turney. Includes 1 order form, 5 bulletins, 1 pamphlet, 1 membership application, 3 itineraries, 3 letterhead pages, 1 newspaper clipping, 1 article, and 1 map.

Folder 2

Smith, Page. 1 letter (1975, Feb. 14) to Catherine Turney.

Folder 3

Smith, Robert. 3 letters (1978-1996) to Catherine Turney. Includes manuscript by Burton Brewster, 1902-1984 entitled “The Old and the New of Cattle Ranching and 1 article.

Folder 4

Smith, William A. 1 letter (1963, Mar. 8) to Catherine Turney.

Folder 5

Snyder, Susan. 4 letters (1981-1982) to Catherine Turney.

Folder 6

Sociedad General de Autores de la Argentina. 1 letter (1944, Jan. 5) to Catherine Turney. In Spanish.

Folder 7

Society of the Lees of Virginia. 2 letters (1973) to Catherine Turney. Signed by Eleanor Lee Templeman.

Folder 8

Sprouse, Edith. 1 letter (1972, Oct. 29) to Catherine Turney.

Folder 9

Stachowski, [Benny]. 2 letters (1964-1972) to Catherine Turney. Includes 7 photos.

Folder 10

Stanfill, Terry. 1 letter (1993, May 17) to Catherine Turney.

Folder 11

Stanwyck, Barbara, 1907-1990. 1 letter (1945, Sep. 1) to Catherine Turney.

Folder 12

Stark, Ray. 1 letter (1948, Oct. 22) to Catherine Turney and Stephen Longstreet, 1907- 2002.

Folder 13

Straight, John Hawthorne. 1 letter (1974, Aug. 27) to Catherine Turney.

Folder 14

Stewart, Irene. 1 letter (1963, Sep. 25) to Catherine Turney.

Folder 15

Streater, Nermin. 3 letters (1981) to Catherine Turney. Includes letter from Catherine Turney to Nermin Streater on verso.

Folder 16

Strick, Anne. 1 letter (1976, Nov. 27) to Catherine Turney.

Folder 17

Struiksma, Edward. 1 letter (1986, Mar. 26) to Catherine Turney.

Folder 18

Stuart, Gloria. 2 letters (1996-1998) to Catherine Turney.

Folder 19

Swart, Betsy. 2 letters (1981) to Catherine Turney.

Folder 20

Telfair Academy of Arts and Sciences. 2 letters (1975) to Catherine Turney.

Folder 21

Trilling, Steve. 3 letters (1946-1947) to Catherine Turney.

Folder 22

Truax, Betsy. 3 letters (1981-1987) to Catherine Turney.

Folder 23

Turner Home Entertainment (Firm). 1 letter (1995, Aug. 2) to Catherine Turney. Signed by Jillian C. Walker.

Folder 24

Turney, Catherine. 1 letter (1960, June 27) to Harry Gregory Ackerman, 1909-1988.

Folder 25

Turney, Catherine. 1 letter (1958, Jan. 17) to Arthur Alexander.

Folder 26

Turney, Catherine. 4 letters (1973) to Samuel Amalu.

Folder 27

Turney, Catherine. 2 letters (1974) to American Museum in Britain. Addressed to Kay Bond.

Folder 28

Turney, Catherine. 1 letter (1975, Jan. 30) to American Scenic and Historic Preservation Society.

Folder 29

Turney, Catherine. 1 letter (1959, Apr. 23) to Cyril E. Armbrister.

Folder 30

Turney, Catherine. 25 letters (1972-1977) to Ursula H. Baird.

Folder 31

Turney, Catherine. 1 letter (1973, Feb. 17) to Frederick Wilse Bateson, 1901-1978.

Folder 32

Turney, Catherine. 2 letters (1973) to J. Metley Beeker.

Folder 33

Turney, Catherine. 3 letters (1974) to Edmund Berkeley, Jr.

Folder 34

Turney, Catherine. 1 letter (1979, Aug. 15) to Margaret Blackstone.

Folder 35

Turney, Catherine. 1 letter (1972, Dec. 1) to Bodley Head (Firm).

Folder 36

Turney, Catherine. 1 letter (1960, Nov. 9) to Catherine Drinker Bowen, 1897-1973.

Folder 37

Turney, Catherine. 3 letters (1972-1973) to Muriel Box, 1905-.

Folder 38

Turney, Catherine. 2 letters (1959-1961) to Brandt & Brandt. Addressed to Charles Schlessiger.

Folder 39

Turney, Catherine. 2 letters (1960-1961) to Carol Brandt, 1904-1984.

Box 22

Correspondence, Turney, Catherine to British Library. Reference Department – Indiana Trust Company

Folder 1

Turney, Catherine. 2 letters (1979) to British Library. Reference Department. Addressed to E. Eames.

Folder 2

Turney, Catherine. 3 letters (1972-1973) to British Museum. Addressed to Florett Robinson.

Folder 3

Turney, Catherine. 5 letters (1972-1974) to Derek Brown.

Folder 4

Turney, Catherine. 1 letter (1971, Aug. 1) to Christiana G. Bryson. On verso end of letter from Christiana G. Bryson and “pages to be revised” for “The Patriarch.”

Folder 5

Turney, Catherine. 85 letters (1971-1981) to Shirley Burke.

Folder 6

Turney, Catherine. 1 letter (1958, June 17) to [Raymond Burr, 1917-1993].

Folder 7

Turney, Catherine. 1 letter (1982, May 17) to Mike Bygrave.

Folder 8

Turney, Catherine. 6 letters (1960-1972) to Herbert Cahoon, 1918-2000.

Folder 9

Turney, Catherine. 1 letter (1983, Mar. 21) to Charles Champlin, 1926-.

Folder 10

Turney, Catherine. 1 letter (1978, Apr. 3) to Donald Chaput.

Folder 11

Turney, Catherine. 19 letters (1972-1973) to Charles Scribner’s Sons. Addressed to Susan Richman and Linda Spencer. Includes 1 letter from Catherine Turney to Shirley Burke and 1 set of notes.

Folder 12

Turney, Catherine. 1 letter (1972, Nov. 28) to Christophers Ltd.

Folder 13

Turney, Catherine. 1 letter (1973, Feb. 16) to William B. Coberly, Jr.

Folder 14

Turney, Catherine. 5 letters (1972-1973) to John Collier, 1901-1980.

Folder 15

Turney, Catherine. 1 letter (1972, Nov. 28) to Constable (Firm). Addressed to Coral N. Debenham.

Folder 16

Turney, Catherine. 1 letter (1971, Oct. 19) to Cornwall County Library. Addressed to Christine North.

Folder 17

Turney, Catherine. 1 letter (1978, Mar. 29) to Ramon C. Cortines.

Folder 18

Turney, Catherine. 3 letters (1955-1957) to Anne Louise Davis.

Folder 19

Turney, Catherine. 1 letter (1974, Feb. 9) to Rosa Barcelo Deutsch.

Folder 20

Turney, Catherine. 2 letters (1963) to Doubleday and Company, inc. Addressed to Ellen K. Roberts.

Folder 21

Turney, Catherine. 2 letters (1962) to Dramatists Guild. Addressed to Erica T. Dorf.

Folder 22

Turney, Catherine. 1 letter (1971, Jan. 23) to Robert Eisenbach.

Folder 23

Turney, Catherine. 1 letter (1976, June 18) to Robert Eisenbach and Harold Greene.

Folder 24

Turney, Catherine. 1 letter (1969, Apr. 11) to Robert Eisenbach and Edward Morris.

Folder 25

Turney, Catherine. 1 letter (1978, Mar. 28) to Stuart Ende.

Folder 26

Turney, Catherine. 1 letter (1971, Oct. 26) to England. Dept. of the Environment. Addressed to R.J.B. Walker.

Folder 27

Turney, Catherine. 1 letter (1974, Oct. 28) to Nicholas Fairfax.

Folder 28

Turney, Catherine. 1 letter (1990, July 6) to Richard Fetters.

Folder 29

[Turney, Catherine]. 1 letter (1942, Aug. 18) to Mrs. Fisher. Damaged, text lost. Incomplete.

Folder 30

Turney, Catherine. 1 letter (1970, June 16) to Folger Shakespeare Library.

Folder 31

Turney, Catherine. 16 letters (1972-1973) to Freemasons. Alexandria-Washington Lodge, No. 22 (Alexandria, Va.). Addressed to Marvin Fowler and Oliver Lloyd Onion.

Folder 32

Turney, Catherine. 1 letter (1972, Nov. 28) to Émil-Paul Frères. Includes 1 copy.

Folder 33

Turney, Catherine. 1 letter (1954, May 14) to Carmel Gardner.

Folder 34

Turney, Catherine. 1 letter (1973, May 11) to Noel B. Gerson.

Folder 35

Turney, Catherine. 1 letter (1975, May 21) to William A. Goodwin.

Folder 36

Turney, Catherine. 2 letters (1973-1974) to Great Britain. Board of Inland Revenue. Addressed to J. Mathieson. Includes 1 statement.

Folder 37

Turney, Catherine. 1 letter (1960, July 27) to Clarence Greene and Russell Rouse.

Folder 38

Turney, Catherine. 1 letter (1975, Feb. 8) to James Grieve.

Folder 39

Turney, Catherine. 1 letter (1983, Nov. 9) to Jerry L. Guthrie.

Folder 40

Turney, Catherine. 20 letters (1939-1940) to Elizabeth Turney Hanson. Two of the letters are damaged, text lost.

Folder 41

Turney, Catherine. 4 letters (1963-1990) to Harold Ober Associates. Addressed to Patricia Powell and Craig Tenney.

Folder 42

Turney, Catherine. 1 letter (1957, Jan. 16) to Henry Holt and Company. Includes contract.

Folder 43

Turney, Catherine. 2 letters (1958) to John Hiestand.

Folder 44

Turney, Catherine. 3 letters (1977) to Historical Society of Pennsylvania. Addressed to Carol Soffa.

Folder 45

Turney, Catherine. 3 letters (1960) to Elsie Hix.

Folder 46

Turney, Catherine. 1 letter (1958, Nov. 24) to House & Garden. Addressed to Ellen Sheridan.

Folder 47

Turney, Catherine. 11 letters (1954-[1975]) to Miriam Howell.

Folder 48

Turney, Catherine. 1 letter (1972, Dec. 1) to Hutchinson Publishing Group, Ltd.

Folder 49

Turney, Catherine. 2 letters (1960) to Indiana Trust Company.

Box 23

Correspondence, Turney, Catherine to John Murray (Firm) – Derek Priestley

Folder 1

Turney, Catherine. 2 letters (1960-1972) to John Murray (Firm).

Folder 2

Turney, Catherine. 1 letter (1973, Jan. 28) to KHJ-TV. Addressed to Sandi Craig.

Folder 3

Turney, Catherine. 1 letter (1975, May 16) to John Kobler.

Folder 4

Turney, Catherine. 1 letter (1978, Mar. 28) to Helene Koon.

Folder 5

Turney, Catherine. 15 letters (1971-1974) to Norman Kotker.

Folder 6

Turney, Catherine. 2 letters (1980) to Albert J. LaValley.

Folder 7

Turney, Catherine. 1 letter [1967] to F. Andrew Leslie.

Folder 8

Turney, Catherine. 1 letter (1974, Feb. 25) to [Don] Levine and Grace Levine.

Folder 9

Turney, Catherine. 1 letter (1969, Apr. 8) to Henry Lewis and Harry [Gregory Ackerman, 1909-1988].

Folder 10

Turney, Catherine. 9 letters (1973-1975) to Library of Congress. Reference Dept. Addressed to Jerry L. Kearns and Paul G. Sifton.

Folder 11

Turney, Catherine. 1 letter (1935, Feb. 25) to Library of Congress. Register of Copyrights.

Folder 12

Turney, Catherine. 1 letter (1981, July 31) to Faith Logathetti.

Folder 13

Turney, Catherine. 3 letters (1974-1975) to Elizabeth Longford, 1906-2002. Includes 1 book review.

Folder 14

Turney, Catherine. 2 letters (1950) to Stephen Longstreet, 1907-2002.

Folder 15

Turney, Catherine. 1 letter (1970, July 15) to Los Angeles County Heart Association.

Folder 16

Turney, Catherine. 1 letter (1957, July 31) to Stephen Lyons.

Folder 17

Turney, Catherine. 1 letter (1974, July 19) to Susan Lyman.

Folder 18

Turney, Catherine. 1 letter (1977, May 31) to Noel Anthony Scawen Lytton Lytton, 4th Earl of, 1900-.

Folder 19

Turney, Catherine. 1 letter (1972, Nov. 29) to MacDonald & Co.

Folder 20

Turney, Catherine. 1 letter (1973, Aug. 21) to Macmillan Publishing Company.

Folder 21

Turney, Catherine. 5 letters (1974) to Monimia F. MacRae.

Folder 22

Turney, Catherine. 3 letters (1976-1977) to Lewis B. Magee.

Folder 23

Turney, Catherine. 13 letters (1952-1958) to Patrick Mahony. Includes 1 copy.

Folder 24

Turney, Catherine. 1 letter (1974, Feb. 23) to Grace F. Mamaux.

Folder 25

Turney, Catherine. 2 letters (1980-1987) to Marsha M. Manns.

Folder 26

Turney, Catherine. 1 letter (1943, Jan. 30) to Alvin Manuel.

Folder 27

Turney, Catherine. 3 letters (1973) to Margaret Martin.

Folder 28

Turney, Catherine. 2 letters (1975-1976) to Massachusetts Historical Society. Addressed to John D. Cushing and Stephen T. Riley.

Folder 29

Turney, Catherine. 3 letters (1955) to Monica McCall.

Folder 30

Turney, Catherine. 1 letter (1978) to Dorothy McKenzie.

Folder 31

Turney, Catherine. 1 letter (1981) to Chuck McLain.

Folder 32

Turney, Catherine. 3 letters (1977-1978) to Walter Meade.

Folder 33

Turney, Catherine. 2 letters (1960) to Leonard Meyberg.

Folder 34

Turney, Catherine. 3 letters (1951-1952) to R. De Witt (Richard De Witt) Miller, 1910-.

Folder 35

Turney, Catherine. 2 letters (1975) to Montpelier Historic House Museum. Addressed to Layfayette French.

Folder 36

Turney, Catherine. 6 letters (1968) to I. V. (Ira Victor) Morris, 1903-. Includes notes.

Folder 37

Turney, Catherine. 1 letter (1974, May 30) to Morris-Jumel Mansion (Museum).

Folder 38

Turney, Catherine. 24 letters (1973-1984) to Mount Vernon Ladies’ Association of the Union. Addressed to John A. Castellani, Walter T. Cragg, and Ellen McCallister.

Folder 39

Turney, Catherine. 1 letter (1974, May 20) to National Archives Collection (Library of Congress). Includes 1 check.

Folder 40

Turney, Catherine. 1 letter (1973, Feb. 9) to National Jewish Hospital and Research Center (U.S.).

Folder 41

Turney, Catherine. 1 letter (1975, Jan. 19) to National Portrait Gallery (Smithsonian Institution).

Folder 42

Turney, Catherine. 1 letter (1972, Dec. 2) to New York Public Library.

Folder 43

Turney, Catherine. 1 letter (1961, July 19) to John Newland.

Folder 44

Turney, Catherine. 1 letter [undated] to Eugene Newman.

Folder 45

Turney, Catherine. 1 letter (1972, Dec. 2) to Newstead Abbey.

Folder 46

Turney, Catherine. 2 letters (1950-1963) to Harold Ober. Includes 1 letter from Walter Perkins to Dorothy Olding, 1 note from Harold Ober to Catherine Turney, 1 manuscript by Lenard Kester, 1 contract and 1 payment schedule.

Folder 47

Turney, Catherine. 5 letters (1957-1972) to Dorothy Olding.

Folder 48

Turney, Catherine. 4 letters (1954) to Betty Blanchard Organick.

Folder 49

Turney, Catherine. 1 letter (1972) to Oxford University Press. Includes notes.

Folder 50

Turney, Catherine. 1 letter (1973, Mar. 21) to Jill Parsons. Damaged.

Folder 51

Turney, Catherine. 1 letter [after 1986] to Pasadena Playhouse Alumni & Associates. Addressed to Dick Durrant.

Folder 52

Turney, Catherine. 4 letters (1953-1954) to Edmond Pauker. Includes 1 letter from Catherine Turney to Richard Aldrich.

Folder 53

Turney, Catherine. 1 letter (1939, Feb. 2) to Brock Pemberton.

Folder 54

Turney, Catherine. 2 letters (1977-1978) to Donald Pepham.

Folder 55

Turney, Catherine. 1 letter (1973, Nov. 4) to Peter Davies Ltd. Addressed to Patricia Pearson.

Folder 56

Turney, Catherine. 3 letters (1972-1974) to Peter Owen (Firm). Addressed to Peter Owen. Includes 1 receipt.

Folder 57

Turney, Catherine. 1 letter (1972, Dec. 2) to Pierpont Morgan Library. Addressed to Charles Ryskamp.

Folder 58

Turney, Catherine. 1 letter (1979, July 16) to Pinnacle Books, Inc. Addressed to Gaye Tardy.

Folder 59

Turney, Catherine. 2 letters (1958) to Playwrights Committee, Theatre Project, U.C.L.A. Extension Division.

Folder 60

Turney, Catherine. 1 letter (1972, Mar. 17) to Gerald Pollinger.

Folder 61

Turney, Catherine. 2 letters (1954-1957) to Ingo Preminger.

Folder 62

Turney, Catherine. 20 letters (1972-1974) to Derek Priestley.

Box 24

Correspondence, Turney, Catherine to Peter Quennell – Richard -----

Folder 1

Turney, Catherine. 3 letters (1960-1972) to Peter Quennell, 1905-1993.

Folder 2

Turney, Catherine. 1 letter (1983, Nov. 17) to Mary Rankin.

Folder 3

Turney, Catherine. 3 letters (1981) to Michael Rees, 1931-.

Folder 4

Turney, Catherine. 1 letter (1976, Dec. 3) to Michael Robinson.

Folder 5

Turney, Catherine. 2 letters (1976-1977) to Rome Historical Society (Rome, N.Y.). Addressed to Joseph G. Vincent.

Folder 6

Turney, Catherine. 3 letters (1973) to A. L. (Alfred Leslie) Rowse, 1903-1997.

Folder 7

Turney, Catherine. 1 letter (1983, Sep. 3) to Lola Ruppart.

Folder 8

Turney, Catherine. 1 letter (1979, May 29) to Gaston Saffroy.

Folder 9

Turney, Catherine. 1 letter (1980, Nov. 24) to Marie Sarrieu.

Folder 10

Turney, Catherine. 1 letter (1973, Sep. 1) to Joseph D. Sawyer.

Folder 11

Turney, Catherine. 1 letter (1981, Dec. 9) to Virginia Scott Steele and Norman Nixon. Incomplete.

Folder 12

Turney, Catherine. 1 letter (1956, Apr. 30) to Screen Writers Guild. Addressed to Alice Penneman.

Folder 13

Turney, Catherine. 2 letters (1974) to Frances N. Shively.

Folder 14

Turney, Catherine. 1 letter (1957, Apr. 6) to Jerome S. Siegal.

Folder 15

Turney, Catherine. 16 letters (1975-1981) to Janice Smith.

Folder 16

Turney, Catherine. 2 letters (1975) to Page Smith.

Folder 17

Turney, Catherine. 2 letters (1973) to Society of the Lees of Virginia. Addressed to Eleanor Lee Templeman.

Folder 18

Turney, Catherine. 3 letters (1972-1973) to Edith Sprouse.

Folder 19

Turney, Catherine. 1 letter (1961, Dec. 4) to St. Vincent’s College.

Folder 20

Turney, Catherine. 2 letters (1955-1957) to Ray [Stark].

Folder 21

Turney, Catherine. 1 letter (1974, Sep. 11) to John Hawthorne Straight.

Folder 22

Turney, Catherine. 2 letters (1975) to Telfair Academy of Arts and Sciences. Addressed to Feay Shellman.

Folder 23

Turney, Catherine. 1 letter (1978, Mar. 28) to Nancy Terry.

Folder 24

Turney, Catherine. 1 letter (1970, Apr. 5) to “To Whom It May Concern.”

Folder 25

Turney, Catherine. 1 memorandum (1947, Sep. 18) to Steve Trilling.

Folder 26

Turney, Catherine. 1 letter (1981, Aug. 15) to Betsy Truax.

Folder 27

Turney, Catherine. 1 letter (1974, July 19) to John V. (John Varick) Tunney, 1934-.

Folder 28

Turney, Catherine. 3 letters (1973-1974) to United States. Internal Revenue Service. Includes 1 letter from Great Britain. Board of Inland Revenue to Shirley Burke.

Folder 29

Turney, Catherine. 3 letters (1955) to Ivan Van Auw.

Folder 30

Turney, Catherine. 12 letters (1955-1958) to Irita Van Doran.

Folder 31

Turney, Catherine. 1 letter (1972, Sep. 17) to Virginia Historical Society. Addressed to John M. (John Melville) Jennings, 1918-.

Folder 32

Turney, Catherine. 4 letters (1973-1974) to Virginia State Library. Addressed to Randolph W. (Randolph Warner) Church, 1907- and Milton C. Russell.

Folder 33

Turney, Catherine. 3 letters (1973) to Richard C. Walker.

Folder 34

Turney, Catherine. 3 letters (1974) to Peter Walne.

Folder 35

Turney, Catherine. 1 letter (1973, Apr. 10) to Greta Walton.

Folder 36

Turney, Catherine. 1 letter (1974, Feb. 21) to Madeline Warren.

Folder 37

Turney, Catherine. 1 letter (1974, Nov. 28) to Washington Headquarters Association. Addressed to Mrs. J. Frank Wood.

Folder 38

Turney, Catherine. 3 letters (1974) to John A. Washington.

Folder 39

Turney, Catherine. 2 letters (1979) to Kaye Webb.

Folder 40

Turney, Catherine. 1 letter (1992, Feb. 24) to Phyllis Westberg.

Folder 41

Turney, Catherine. 1 letter (1973, June 28) to Wade Wellman.

Folder 42

Turney, Catherine. 4 letters (1975) to William L. Clements Library. Addressed to Howard H. Peckham and Arlene Kleeb.

Folder 43

Turney, Catherine. 1 letter (1985, June 7) to Mrs. Wimmer.

Folder 44

Turney, Catherine. 2 letters (1973) to Winant, Towers Limited. Addressed to Anne Powys-Libbe.

Folder 45

Turney, Catherine. 1 letter (1986, Mar. 11) to [Abbe Wolfsheimer].

Folder 46

Turney, Catherine. 10 letters (1955-1958) to Audrey Wood, 1905-.

Folder 47

Turney, Catherine. 1 letter ([1994], Mar. 31) to Janet Wood.

Folder 48

Turney, Catherine. 3 letters (1973) to Elizabeth Woodall.

Folder 49

Turney, Catherine. 1 note [undated] to D. H. (Daniel Holt) Woodward, 1931-2007.

Folder 50

Turney, Catherine. 1 letter (1974, Nov. 28) to Esmond Wright.

Folder 51

Turney, Catherine. 1 letter (1970, July 29) to Writers Guild of America, West. Addressed to Patricia Brown.

Folder 52

Turney, Catherine. 3 letters (1973) to Writers’ Guild of Great Britain. Addressed to Paul Ralph and Ted Willis.

Folder 53

Turney, Catherine. 1 letter (1951, Feb. 20) to Bill -----. Incomplete.

Folder 54

Turney, Catherine. 1 letter (1974, July 12) to Bob -----.

Folder 55

Turney, Catherine. 1 letter (1973, Feb. 13) to Carl -----.

Folder 56

Turney, Catherine. 1 letter (1957, Apr. 11) to Dave -----.

Folder 57

Turney, Catherine. 1 letter (1956, Jan. 27) to Francis -----.

Folder 58

Turney, Catherine. 1 letter (1957, May 3) to Jack -----.

Folder 59

Turney, Catherine. 1 letter (1973, Sep. 25) to Man -----.

Folder 60

Turney, Catherine. 1 letter (1972, Mar. 13) to Owen -----.

Folder 61

Turney, Catherine. 1 letter (1990, July 16) to Richard -----.

Box 25

Correspondence, Turney, Catherine and John Hiestand – Woodall

Folder 1

Turney, Catherine and John Hiestand. 1 letter (1952, Jan. 10) to Patrick Mahony.

Folder 2

Turney, Catherine and John Hiestand. 2 letters (1952) to R. De Witt (Richard De Witt) Miller, 1910-. Includes 2 copies.

Folder 3

Turney, Catherine and Jerry Horwin. 2 letters (1939) to Richard Aldrich and Richard Myers.

Folder 4

Turney, Catherine and Jerry Horwin. 1 letter (1939, June 27) to John Barrymore, 1882- 1942 and Elaine Barrie Barrymore.

Folder 5

Turney, Catherine and Jerry Horwin. 1 letter (1942) to General Service Studios. Includes 1 copy.

Folder 6

Turney, Catherine and Jerry Horwin. 1 letter (1952, Dec. 9) to Edmond Pauker.

Folder 7

Turney, Elizabeth Blamere. 1 letter [1906] to Catherine.

Folder 8

Turney, William L. 3 letters (1952-1982) to Catherine Turney. Includes 1 affidavit, 1 form, and 4 sets of instructions.

Folder 9

University of London. Institute of United States Studies. 1 letter (1974, Dec. 9) to Catherine Turney. Signed by Esmond Wright.

Folder 10

University of Virginia. Library. Manuscripts Dept. 2 letters (1974) to Catherine Turney. Signed by Edmund Berkeley, Jr.

Folder 11

United States. Internal Revenue Service. 4 letters (1974) to Catherine Turney. Signed by Bryan Stewart.

Folder 12

Van Auw, Ivan. 1 letter (1954, May 12) to Carmel F. Gardner.

Folder 13

Van Auw, Ivan. 9 letters (1950-1963) to Catherine Turney. Includes 1 letter from S.H. to Harold Ober, 1 letter from Irita Van Doran and 1 telegram.

Folder 14

Van Doren, Irita. 9 letters (1955-1958) to Catherine Turney.

Folder 15

Van Duzer, Albert. 1 letter (1983, May 19) to Catherine Turney.

Folder 16

Van Dyke, Robert E. and Gladys Van Dyke. 1 letter (1990, Aug. 9) to Catherine Turney.

Folder 17

Vega, Felix and Richard Lottridge. 1 letter [undated] to Catherine Turney.

Folder 18

Virginia Historical Society. 2 letters (1972) to Catherine Turney. Signed by John M. (John Melville) Jennings, 1918-.

Folder 19

Virginia State Library. 4 letters (1973-1974) to Catherine Turney. Signed by Milton C. Russell, John W. Dudley and John F. Rooder.

Folder 20

Virginia State Library and Archives. Archives Branch. 1 letter (1973, Apr. 11) to William B. Coberly, Jr. Signed by Louis H. Manarin.

Folder 21

Virginia Trust for Historic Preservation. 1 letter (1974, Apr. 27) to Catherine Turney.

Folder 22

Von Stein, Vera. 2 letters (1973-1977) to Catherine Turney.

Folder 23

Walker, Franklin Dickerson, 1900-. 1 letter (1977, Feb. 14) to Catherine Turney.

Folder 24

Walker, Richard C. 3 letters (1973) to Catherine Turney.

Folder 25

Wall, Charles Cecil. 1 letter (1977, Apr. 4) to Ursula H. Baird.

Folder 26

Walne, Peter. 1 letter (1974, May 14) to Catherine Turney.

Folder 27

Walsh, J.D. 2 letters (1995) to Andrew Rolle and Myra Rolle.

Folder 28

Walsh, J.D. 3 letters ([1976]-1995) to Catherine Turney.

Folder 29

Walton, Greta. 1 postcard (1974, Mar. 25) to Catherine Turney.

Folder 30

Ware, Ciji. 3 letters (1991-1998) to Catherine Turney. Includes 2 postcards.

Folder 31

Wark, Robert R. 1 letter (1984, May 14) to Catherine Turney.

Folder 32

Warner, Barbara R. 1 letter (1982, July 22) to Robert Louis Stevenson State Park (Calif.). Addressed to Ellen Shaffer.

Folder 33

Warner Bros. Pictures (1923-1967). 1 letter (1946, Dec. 6) to Catherine Turney. Signed by A.J. Obringer.

Folder 34

Warner Communications Inc. 1 letter (1981, Sep. 1) to Chuck McLain.

Folder 35

Warren, Charles Marquis, 1912-1990. 2 letters (1957-1959) to Catherine Turney.

Folder 36

Warren, Madeline. 1 letter (1974, Feb. 26) to Catherine Turney.

Folder 37

Warren, Madeline and Kristina Nordstrom. 1 letter (1974, Feb. 8) to Catherine Turney. Includes 1 manuscript entitled “About The Women Who Wrote the Movies.”

Folder 38

Washington Headquarters Association. 2 letters (1974-1975) to Catherine Turney. Signed by Mrs. J. Frank Wood.

Folder 39

Washington, John A. 3 letters (1974) to Catherine Turney.

Folder 40

Weaver, John D. (John Downing), 1912-2002. 4 letters (1954-1996) to Catherine Turney.

Folder 41

Webb, Mary. 1 letter (1977, Apr. 27) to Catherine Turney.

Folder 42

Webster, Paul Francis. 1 letter (1974, Nov. 13) to Catherine Turney.

Folder 43

Wellman, Wade. 2 letters (1973) to Catherine Turney.

Folder 44

Wiggam, Lionel, 1915-. 1 letter (1957, Dec. 9) to Catherine Turney.

Folder 45

Wilck, Laura. 1 letter (1941, Mar. 31) to Catherine Turney and Jerry Horwin. Includes 1 letter from Edmond Pauker to Laura Wilck and 1 letter from Co-National Plays, Inc. signed by Frank O. Miller to Edmond Pauker.

Folder 46

Wilkerson, Martha. 4 letters (1965) to Catherine Turney.

Folder 47

William L. Clements Library. 2 letters (1975) to Catherine Turney. Signed by Arlene Kleeb.

Folder 48

William Morris Agency. 1 letter (1939, Mar. 16) to Jerry Horwin.

Folder 49

Winant, Towers Limited. 4 letters (1972-1973) to Shirley Burke. Signed by Anne Powys- Libbe and Dorothy Ward. Includes 1 letter from Gerald J. Pollinger to Winant, Towers Limited, 1 letter from Winant, Towers Limited to Gerald J. Polinger, 1 letter from Derek Priestly to Winant, Towers Limited and 1 set of notes.

Folder 50

Winant, Towers Limited. 4 letters (1973) to Catherine Turney. Signed by Anne Powys- Libbe.

Folder 51

Wisbar, Frank. 1 letter (1953, June 11) to Catherine Turney.

Folder 52

Wolfsheimer, Abbe. 1 letter (1986, Mar. 25) to Catherine Turney.

Folder 53

Wood, Audrey, 1905-. 6 letters (1955-1957) to Catherine Turney.

Folder 54

Wood, James O. 1 letter (1971, Oct. 28) to Catherine Turney.

Folder 55

Wood, Maxine. 1 letter (1974, Feb. 1) to Catherine Turney.

Folder 56

Woodall, Elizabeth. 5 letters (1973-1980) to Catherine Turney.

Box 26

Correspondence, Writ ers Guild of America, West - unknown and Ephemera, Address Books – Art Exhibit Programs

Folder 1

Writers Guild of America, West. 2 letters (1976-1986) to “The Membership.” Signed by David W. Rintels and Brian Walton.

Folder 2

Writers Guild of America, West. 3 letters (1959-[1970]) to Catherine Turney. Signed by Ken Englund and Patricia Brown.

Folder 3

Writers' Guild of Great Britain. 2 letters (1973) to Catherine Turney. Signed by Paul Ralph.

Folder 4

Yeck, Joanne Louise. 2 letters (1983-1985) to Catherine Turney. Includes 1 program.

Folder 5

Yeck, Joanne Louise, Tom McGreevey and Zan. 2 letters (1993) to Catherine Turney. Includes 1 postcard.

Folder 6

-----, Betty. 1 card [undated] to Catherine Turney.

Folder 7

-----, Betty. 1 postcard (1997?, Jan. 28) to Catherine Turney.

Folder 8

-----, Cathy. 1 letter (1969, Sep. 20) to Catherine Turney.

Folder 9

-----, Clare. 1 letter [undated] to Catherine Turney.

Folder 10

-----, Elda. 1 letter (1974, Mar. 11) to Catherine Turney.

Folder 11

-----, Gilma. 1 letter [undated] to Catherine Turney.

Folder 12

-----. Ginger. 1 letter (1982, July 14) to Catherine Turney.

Folder 13

-----, Giovanni. 1 postcard (1982, Jan. 14) to Catherine Turney.

Folder 14

-----, Jack. 1 postcard (1983, June 25) to Catherine Turney.

Folder 15

-----, Jaddie. 1 postcard (1978, Nov. 22) to Catherine Turney.

Folder 16

-----, Jaddie and Stan. 1 letter (1978, Mar. 8) to Catherine Turney.

Folder 17

-----, John. 1 letter [undated] to unknown addressee. Fragment.

Folder 18

-----, Marion. 1 letter (1953, Jan. 6) to Virginia Steele Scott and Norman Nixon. Original in Oversize.

Folder 19

-----, Marion. 1 letter (1967, Oct. 31) to Catherine Turney.

Folder 20

-----, Marion. 1 letter (1987, Jan. 2) to Catherine Turney.

Folder 21

-----, Mary. 1 letter (1982, May 10) to Catherine Turney.

Folder 22

-----, Max. 1 letter (1973, Jan. 2) to Catherine Turney.

Folder 23

-----, Myra. 1 note [before 1906] to Elizabeth Blamere Turney.

Folder 24

-----, N. 1 letter [undated] to Catherine Turney.

Folder 25

-----, Regina and Ian. 1 card [undated] to Catherine Turney.

Folder 26

-----, Robert. 1 letter (1998, Mar. 27) to Catherine Turney.

Folder 27

-----, Sarah. 1 letter [undated] to Catherine Turney.

Folder 28

-----, Sue. 1 letter [undated] to Catherine Turney.

Folder 29

-----, Tom. 3 letters (1975) to Catherine Turney.

Folder 30

-----, Tom. 2 letters (1980-1981) to Catherine Turney.

Folder 31

-----, True and Kathleen. 1 card [undated] to Catherine Turney.

Folder 32

-----, Wollie?. 1 letter [1939] to Catherine Turney.

Folder 33

-----, Zeda?. 1 letter (1953, Jan. 14) to Catherine Turney.

Folder 34

-----. 1 letter [undated] to Butch.

Folder 35

-----. 1 postcard (1982?) to Catherine Turney.

Folder 36

-----. 1 letter (1991) to Catherine Turney.

Folder 37

-----. 1 letter (1948, Jan. 27) to Catherine Turney and Stephen Longstreet, 1907-2002.

Folder 38

-----. 1 letter (1903, Jan.) to “Sister mine.” Incomplete.

Folder 39

Address Books (c.1960-1984). 2 items. Includes 1 set of notes, 1 phone message slip, and 1 printout. Fragile.

Folder 40

Art Exhibit Programs (1950-1992). 11 items. Includes 1 photocopy of print.

 

Ephemera

Box 27

Ephemera, Articles: Miscellaneous - “Mildred Pierce”

Folder 1

Articles: Miscellaneous (1914-1997). 24 items. 3 items in Oversize.

Folder 2

Business Cards [undated]. 7 items. 3. Call Slips (1975-1977). 19 items.

Folder 4

Contracts (1939-1979). 30 items. 16 items located in Oversize.

Folder 5

Divorce Records (1937-1949). 3 items. Originals in Oversize.

Folder 6

Ephemera: The Bishop’s School (1924-1973). 4 items.

Folder 7

Ephemera: “Bitter Harvest:” (1933-1936). 7 items.

Folder 8

Ephemera: Byron Society (1974-1981). 22 items.

Folder 9

Ephemera: “Byron’s Daughter:” (1972-1977). 7 items. One item in Oversize.

Folder 10

Ephemera: Catherine Turney (1940-1992). 9 items.

Folder 11

Ephemera: Church of the Ascension (Sierra Madre, Calif.) (1982-1992). 19 items.

Folder 12

Ephemera: Copyright Materials (1931-1965). 17 items.

Folder 13

Ephemera: Dramatists Guild (1940-1974). 3 items.

Folder 14

Ephemera: “Mildred Pierce:” (1944). 5 items.

Box 28

Ephemera, Miscellaneous - Greeting Cards

Folder 1

Ephemera: Miscellaneous (1904-1993). 35 items.

Folder 2

Ephemera: Pasadena Community Playhouse (1937-1982). 8 items.

Folder 3

Ephemera: Turney Family (1902-1991). 67 items. Fragile.

Folder 4

Ephemera: Writers Guild of America, West (1954-1985). 8 items.

Folder 5

Envelopes (1907-1982). 43 items.

Folder 6

Escrows (1937-1951). 2 items.

Folder 7

Financial Statements (1944-1990). 15 items. 6 items in Oversize.

Folder 8

Greeting Cards (1991-1992). 26 items.

Box 29

Ephemera, Insurance Records - Newspaper Clippings: Lord Byron

Folder 1

Insurance Records (1931-1989). 13 items.

Folder 2

Maps [undated]. 2 items.

Folder 3

Magazines (1890-1972). 5 items. Originals in Oversize.

Folder 4

Magazines (1948-1991). 3 items.

Folder 5

Magazines (1969-1989). 4 items.

Folder 6

Magazines (1990-1997). 4 items.

Folder 7

Magnetic Tape [undated]. 1 item.

Folder 8

Negatives [undated]. 10 items.

Folder 9

Newspaper Clippings: Lord George Gordon Byron (1974). 5 items.

Box 30

Ephemera, Newspaper Clippings: Miscellaneous – Notes

Folder 1

Newspaper Clippings: Miscellaneous (1941-1998). 68 items. Includes 3 notes. 10 items are located in Oversize.

Folder 2

Newspaper Clippings: “The Other One” (1952). 7 items.

Folder 3

Newspaper and Magazine Clippings: “Bitter Harvest” (1934-1936). 21 items. Includes 1 note.

Folder 4

Newspaper and Magazine Clippings: “Byron’s Daughter” (1972-1974). 57 items. One item in German.

Folder 5

Newspaper and Magazine Clippings: Catherine Turney (1937-1993). 11 items.

Folder 6

Newspaper and Magazine Clippings: Movies (1946-1957). 11 items.

Folder 7

Newspaper and Magazine Clippings: Television (1954-1959). 4 items.

Folder 8

Notes [undated]. 14 items. One item in Oversize.

Box 31

Ephemera, Pay Stubs - Research Materials: “The Beautiful One”

Folder 1

Pay Stubs (1969-1971). 11 items.

Folder 2

Photographs ([1909]-1997). 38 items. Includes 1 note. 3 are in Oversize. 3. Postcards ([1970]-1990). 12 items.

Folder 4

Prints [undated]. 3 items.

Folder 5

Programs (1932-1995). 7 items.

Folder 6

Probate Records: Clifford Guthrie (George) Reynolds (1983-1985). 24 items.

Folder 7

Publishing Agreements (1968-1970). 8 items.

Folder 8

Ration Books: World War II (1942-1945). 14 items. Includes 1 leather case.

Folder 9

Research Materials: “The Beautiful One” [undated]. 19 items.

Box 32

Ephemera, Research Materials: “Byron’s Daughter” - Scrapbook: “My Dear Children”

Folder 1

Research Materials: “Byron’s Daughter” (1932-1974). 32 items. Includes 1 note.

Folder 2

Research Materials: “Light in the Spring” (1976-1979). 10 items.

Folder 3

Research Materials: “The Patriarch” (1761-[1976]). 90 items. 26 items are in Oversize.

Folder 4

Research Materials: “The Patriarch” (1932-1976). 41 items.

Folder 5

Royalty Statements (1950-1980). 24 items.

Folder 6

Scrapbook: “My Dear Children” (1944). 7 items. Spanish.

Folder 7

Scrapbook: “Pasadena Community Playhouse Association’s Workshop” (1927-1928). 1 item. Includes loose items. Original located in Oversize.

Box 33

Ephemera, VHS (TM)

Folder 1

VHS (TM): “American Cinema Part II” (1995). 1 item. Includes jacket.

Folder 2

VHS (TM): “MGM Archival Interviews: Catherine Turney” (1995, May 26). 1 item. Includes jacket.

Folder 3

VHS (TM): “MGM Archival Interviews: Catherine Turney” (1995, May 26). 1 item. Includes jacket.

Folder 4

VHS (TM): “Moving Pictures” Series 5 Programme 2 [after 1994]. 1 item. Includes jacket.

 

Oversize

Box 34

Oversize

Box 35

Oversize

 

Lenard Kester

Box 36

Lenard Kester and Arthur Schwartz

Folder 1

Kester, Lenard. 30 letters to Catherine Turney (1950). Includes two ephemera pieces.

Folder 2

Kester, Lenard. 4 letters to Catherine Turney (1951). Includes two ephemera pieces.

Folder 3

Kester, Lenard. 19 letters to Catherine Turney (1952).

Folder 4

Kester, Lenard. 20 letters to Catherine Turney (1953).

Folder 5

Schwartz, Arthur, 1900-1984. 1 letter to Catherine Turney [1953].

 

Volumes

Volume 1

American Studies Association. American Quarterly. (1978). 1 item. Damaged.

Volume 2

Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery, & Schonfeld, L. A guide for readers: The Huntington Library. (1987). 1 item.

Volume 3

Higgins, Aileen Cleveland. 1908. Dream Blocks. 1 item. Damaged.

Volume 4

Lasance, F. X. (Francis Xavier), 1860-1946. (1936-1979). My Prayer-Book: Happiness in Goodness. 2 items. Includes 1 clipping.

Volume 5

Rhodehamel, John H., Stephen F. Rohde, and Paul Von Blum. (1991). Foundations of Freedom. 1 item.