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The Republic by Charles Austin Beard
American Heros and Hero Worship, by Gerald White Johnson
Kaiser Wakes the Doctors by Paul De Kruif
George Washington Carver by Rackham Holt
Starbuck by John Selby
Published by Skira undated
Chicago Sun 1944 July
Woodrow Wilson, As the Camera Saw Him First, by Gerald White Johnson
Woodrow Wilson and the Lost Peace, by Thomas Andrew Bailey
Art Reviews, 1954-1960
Christmas recommendation list 1954 Dec.
The Mind and Work of Paul Klee by Werner Haftmann 1955 March
The Eagle, the Jaguar, and the Serpent, by Miguel Covarrubia
Mobile Design by John Lynch
Notes About Painting by Xavier Gonzales
Four Stages of Renaissance Style by Wylie Sypher
Bruegel by Wolfgang Stechow
Floating World by James Albert Michener 1955 May
Baroque and Romantic Stage Design by James Scholz, ed.
History of Art, College Outline Series
The Naked Truth and Personal Vision by Bartlett H. Hayes 1955 June
Gilbert Stuart by James Thomas Flexner
Water Color, Gouache, and Casein Painting by Adolf Dehn
Michelangelo, Raphael, Leonardo da Vinci, Published by Phaidon Press 1955 Aug.
El Greco by Antonia Vallentine
Drawings and Water Colors by Vincent van Gogh, Published by Macmillan
Christmas recommendation list 1955 Oct.-Dec.
The Paintings of Bruegel by F. Grossmann 1956 Feb.-March
American Art from the Armory Show to the Depression by Milton Wolf Brown
Charles Burchfield by John Ireland Howe Baur
Marvels of Ancient Rome by Margaret R. Sherer
John Singer Sargeant by Charles M. Mount
Pablo Picasso by Wilhelm Boeck and Jaime Sabartes
Lorenzo Lotto by Bernard Berenson 1956 May-July
Orozco by Alma M. Reed
Fantasy Drawings by Chaim Gross
Dictionary of Modern Painting, edited by Carleton Lake and Robert Maillard
The Disasters of War by Goya
Four Steps Toward Modern Art by Dr. Lionello Venturi
Islamic Art by Ralph Pinder Wilson 1957 July
Loves of Krishna by William George Archer 1957 Aug.
Toulouse Lautrec exhibition - Los Angles Municipal Art Gallery 1959 May
Joan Miro exhibition - Los Angles Museum of Modern Art, guest written by Frederick S. Wright 1959 June
The Art of the Ancient Maya, Los Angeles County Art Museum - 24th Annual Festival of the Arts and Pageant of the Masters, Laguna Beach artists colony 1959 July
Artists of Los Angeles and Vicinity - Los Angeles County Museum of Art 1959 Aug.
"The Arts, Past and Present" conference, UCLA Extention at Lake Arrowhead 1959 Sept.
American Prints Today, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, guest written by Joseph L. Young
Californians Collect California Art, Westside Jewish Community Center
"Works of Four Artists Exhibit Diversity" - guest-written by Edgar Ewing 1959 Oct.
European Art Today - Los Angeles County Art Museum 1959 Nov.
Gladys Robinson collection exhibition, Gibraltar Savings of Beverly Hills 1959 Dec.
Greek Art by G. M. A. Richter
English Art 1800-1870 by Thomas Sherrer Ross Boase
Christmas recommendation list
Spanish Master Exhibition - UCLA Art Galleries 1960 Jan.
Recent Sculpture USA - Los Angeles County Art Museum 1960 Feb.
Leonardo da Vinci by Ludwig Goldscheider 1960 March
The Kremlin by David Douglas Duncan
Printmaking by Gabor Peterdi
My Adventures as an Illustrator by Norman Rockwell
Subseries 4.6: Contributions, 19[43?]-1987, undated
Scope and Content Note
Abramovitz, Mirtza - "Mirtza Abramovitz" [exhibition brochure] 1960 Dec., 1966 April
The Artists' and Writers' Cookbook, Beryl Barr and Barbara Turner Sachs, eds. - "The Perfect Writer's Luncheon" undated
The Aspirin Age, Isabel Leighton, ed. - "Calvin Coolidge: A Study in Inertia" 1949 Aug.-1952 March, undated
Basic Books - "An Introduction to Fiction" [1950s]
The Book of Knowledge - "Biography, Autobiography, and the Biographical Novel" 1962 June-1963 Jan.
California Art Festival - "An Introduction to California's Art Festival" [exhibition catalog] 1966
California Museum of Science and Industry, Arts and Humanities Symposium - brochure 1970 Feb.
Call of the Wild, Kenneth S. Lynn and Arno Jewett, eds. - "Leaders of the Pack" 1961 Nov.-1962 Feb.
Chicago Tribune - "Author's Choice: The Books They'll Give at Christmas" 1981 Dec.
Christmas in America - "There Is Light" 1987 Dec.
Colliers Encyclopedia - "Clarence Darrow" undated
Delmar, Mary Daves - ["The Doni Madonna"] for [ Mother and Child] [Unpublished?] undated
Doubleday Anthology, Bucklin Moon, ed. - publicity 
Droemer, Willy - "Willy Droemer" [festschrift] 1970 Dec., undated
Eyrie Anthology of Writing, Thomas A. Edison Senior High School, Tulsa (Okla.) - "Introduction" 1964 April
Focus on Fascinating Folk: Poems about People by Young People, Los Angeles Public Library - "Introduction" 1977 Nov., 1978
Forest Lawn Memorial-Park (Glendale, Calif.) - "The Sotteraneo of Michelangelo" [exhibition brochure] [1980s]
Fourteen Radio Plays, Arch Oboler - "The Art of Reading a Radio Play" 
Hearts to Market, Westchester Senior High School, Los Angeles (Calif.) - "Preface"
Notes, drafts, and published copy 1959 March, June, undated
Publicity 1959 April
Idylls of France, Proctor Jones - "Foreword" 1980 Dec.-1982 May
Lachman, Harry - "Harry Lachman" [exhibition catalog] 1958, undated
Ladies' Home Journal - ["If You Could Have Any Gift In the World..."] 1967 Aug.
Lewis, Stanley - "Stanley Lewis" [exhibition catalog] 1959 Dec.
"My Favorite Dinner--When I'm Not Working on a Book" [Unpublished?] 1977 Dec.
New York Daily News (N.Y.) - "Travel Tips from the Stars" 1985 Oct.
New York Times Book Review (N.Y.) - "Books to Speak for America Overseas" 1954 Nov.-Dec.
Noble, John - "John Noble" [exhibition catalog] 1964 Jan.
"Mary and Jesus Sculptures" [exhibition brochure?] 1977 Nov.
"Moses" [exhibition brochure] 1976 Oct.
Philadelphia Record (Penn.) - "The War of the Peace" 1944 Sept.-Oct.
Robinson, Edward G.
Citizen of the Year acceptance speech 1962 March-April
Masker's Club testimonial dinner speech 1969 March
American Citizen Award acceptance speech undated
The Romantic Revival [exhibition catalog], Frank Rosen - "Introduction" 1979 April-July
Rovesnik (Moscow, Russia) - New Year's congratulations undated
Smith, Jacob Getlar - "Jacob Getlar Smith" [exhibition brochure] 1959 Nov.
So Red the Nose, Sterling North and Carl Kroch, eds. - " Lust for Life Cocktail" 
Staprans, Raimond - "Raimond Staprans" [exhibition catalog] 1961 March
Teachers Make a Difference, Harris County, Dept. of Education (Tex.) - ["My Favorite Teacher"] 1987 April
This Is My Best, Whitt Burnett, ed. - The Agony and the Ecstasy excerpt 1969 Jan.-Feb.
U.S. Treasury Dept. ["Post-War Peace Time Planning"] [1943?]
Universal Jewish Encyclopedia - "Jakob Wasserman" undated
The Wild Life of Jack London, Russ Kingman - "Foreword"
Notes and drafts 1978 May-June
Dust jacket undated
Women's Home Companion - "Anecdotes" 1954
Writers' Digest - "Advice from Writers" 1962
Subseries 4.7: Testimonials, 1950-1987, undated
Scope and Content Note
Individuals and Organizations, 1959-1987, undated
Barker, Lee 1973 July
Bradbury, Ray, 1920- 1978 April
Ewing, Edgar undated
Hammer, Armand, 1897- 1987 June
Laine, Frankie undated
Libby, Willard F. undated
Smith, Jacob Getlar, 1898-1958 1959 Aug.
Weller, Sam 1989 March
The Wilhelm School 1978 Feb.
Publications, 1950-1985, undated
Abraham Lincoln - Thomas, Benjamin Platt, 1902-1956 1952 Dec.
Acanthus Series, New York Graphic Society 1961 Jan.
All My Yesterdays - Robinson, Edward G., 1893-1973 1973 Nov.
The Antagonists - Gann, Ernest Kellogg, 1910- 1971 Jan.
Be Not Afraid - White, Robin, 1928- 1972 Jan.
Big as Life - Doctorow, E. L., 1931- 1966 June
Christopher Marlowe - Rowse, Alfred Leslie, 1903- 1964 Aug.
The Collected Works Of Abraham Lincoln - The Abraham Lincoln Society 1953
Comprehensive Planning - Branch, Melville Campbell, 1913- 1965 Feb.
Correspondence de Camille Pissaro - Bailly-Herzberg, Janine 1985 Jan.
The Cousin Jacks - Rowse, Alfred Leslie, 1903- 1969 Jan.
The Crusades - Oldenbourg, Zoe, 1916- 1966 July
Dana - Cater, Douglass, 1923- 1970 May
The Devil's Advocate - West, Morris L., 1916- 1959 Oct.
Dove - Graham, Robin Lee 1971 Nov.
The Elizabethan Renaissance - Rowse, Alfred Leslie, 1903- 1972 March
The Expedition - Wolport, Stanley 1967 Dec.
The Fall of Rome - Lafferty, R. A. 1970 Dec.
Final Warning - Gale, Robert Peter undated
Fish the Strong Water - McDonald, Norman C. 1957 Feb.
I, James McNeill Whistler - Williams, Lawrence 1972 Jan.
The Immortal Lovers - Winwar, Frances, 1900- 1950 April
The Jesus Factor - Corley, Ed 1970 June
Journals of David E. Lilienthal - Lilienthal, David Eli, 1899-1981 1964 Sept.
King James Holy Bible - Michelangelo, illustrator 1964 Nov.
Land of the Long Horizon - Havighurst, Walter, 1901-, ed. 1960 Sept.
Los Angeles Magazine 1961 July
Masterpieces of Greek Art - Schoder, Raymond V., 1916-1987 1960 Oct.
Michelangelo - Goldscheider, Ludwig, 1896- 1962 July
Monet - Mount, Charles Merrill 1967 April
My Son the Lawyer - Denker, Henry undated
Pace Magazine 1969 April
Pluche, or the Love of Art - Dutourd, Jean, 1920- 1969 Sept.
Prometheus - Maurois, Andre, 1885-1967 1966 July
A Quiet Voyage Home - Jessup, Richard 1970 July
Rainbow in the Rock - Sanders, Irwin Taylor, 1909- 1962 April
Sanctuary V - Schulberg, Budd 1969 Aug.
Shakespeare's Southampton, Patron of Virginia - Rowse, Alfred Leslie, 1903- 1964 Jan.
Stanton - Thomas, Benjamin Platt, 1902-1956 1962 Feb.
The Thirteenth Apostle - Vale, Eugene 1965 Oct.
The Thousand Hour Day - Kuniczak, W. S., 1930-
Correspondence 1967 March
Clippings 1967 May
Three Ships and Three Kings - Sallaska, Georgia 1969 Feb.
To Seize the Passing Dream - Berkman, Ted
Correspondence 1972 Jan.
Clippings 1972 Feb.
The Turning Point - Van der Linden, Frank 1962 May
The Vulgarians, New York Graphic Society 1960 Aug.
William Shakespeare - Rowse, Alfred Leslie, 1903- 1964 Feb.
The Winter War - Haines, William Wister, 1908- 1961 Jan.
Series 5: Professional Papers, 1928-1990s, undated
Scope and Content Note
Subseries 5.1: Appearances, 1934-1989, undated
Scope and Content Note
Publicity poster 1934
New York, N.Y. 1934 May-Nov.
The Halle Bros. Co., Week of Authors, Cleveland, Ohio 1934 Oct.
Joseph Horne Co., Authors' Week, Pittsburgh, Pa.
Correspondence and publicity 1934 Nov.
Publicity 1934 Oct.
Women's Advertising Club, Pittsburgh, Pa. 1934 Oct.-Nov.
Butler University, Indianapolis, Ind. 1934 Oct.
J.L. Hudson Co., Week of Authors, Detroit, Mich. 1934 Oct.
New York, N.Y. 1934 Oct.-Nov.
National Council of Jewish Juniors
Bayonne, N.J. 1934 Nov.
Brooklyn (New York, N.Y.) 1934 Nov.
H. C. Capwell's, Oakland, Calif. 1935 May
Nineteenth Century Woman's Club 1935 Oct.
Saint Paul College Club, St. Paul, Minn. 1935 Nov.
Drama Study Club, New York, N.Y. 1935 Nov.
Miscellaneous appearances 1936
Lamson's Book Department 
University of Southern California, Epsilon Phi Installation Dinner, Los Angeles, Calif. 1936 Jan.
Gimbels, Philadelphia, Pa. 1936 Jan.
Art Students League, New York, N.Y. 1936 Feb.-March
San Francisco Bay Area, Calif., including: 1936 April-Oct.
Community Playhouse, San Francisco, "On the Trail of Vincent van Gogh in Europe"
Oakland Forum, "Van Gogh and His Paintings"
Midwest, including: Indianapolis Town Hall, "This Writing Game" 1936 Oct.-Nov.
Sheboygan Women's Club, Sheboygan, Wisc. 1936 Nov.
Midwest, including: Sinai Temple Lecture Forum, Chicago, "Van Gogh--Inspiration for Lust for Life" 1936 Sept.-1937 March
Miscellaneous appearances 1937 May
California 1937 May-June
Publicity poster 1938
Miscellaneous appearances 1938 Sept.
California, including: Scripps College (Claremont, Calif.), "On the Trail of Van Gogh Across Europe" 1938 Jan.-Oct.
American Booksellers Association, Chicago 1938 Sept.-Oct.
California 1938 Aug.-Nov.
Boston 1938 Nov.
California, including: Tuesday Evening Forum (Pasadena), "California and Its Literary Tradition" 1938 Dec.-1940 Dec.
Publicity poster 1941
California 1941 Jan.-Dec.
Publicity poster 1942
Manual Arts School, Los Angeles, Calif. 1942 March
San Francisco Jewish Community Center 1942 Nov.
Ford Hall Forum, Boston 1943 Feb.
Columbia University, The Institute of Arts and Sciences 1943 Feb.
Books Are Bullets, WQXR, New York, N.Y. 1943 May
California, including: Oakland Forum, "A World to Come Home To" 1943 Aug.-1944 April
Associated American Artists, New York, N.Y. 1944 Sept.-Oct.
Philadelphia Record, Famous Authors Luncheon 1944 Oct.
Boston Herald, Book Fair 1944 Sept.-Oct.
Marshall Field and Co., Author's Day, Chicago 1944 Nov.
California, including: Fresno Town Hall, "Your Life in Tomorrow's America" 1944 Nov.-1945 May
May Company, New York, N.Y. 1945 June
The John O'London Literary Circle, Los Angeles 1946 Jan.-April
Notes, New York, N.Y. 1947 April-May
Town Meeting - nationally broadcast radio program, "Can Free Enterprise Here Compete With Socialism Abroad?" 1947 Aug.
Itinerary and notes, publication in Publishers' Weekly 1947 Sept.-Oct.
Atlantic States 1947 Sept.-Oct.
Midwest 1947 Oct.
California 1947 Oct.-Nov.
Town Meeting - nationally broadcast radio program, "Who Should the Republicans Nominate for President?" 1948 May-June
Indiana University Writers Conference, Bloomington, Ind. 1948 March-Aug.
Itinerary, New York, N.Y. 1949 Sept.
Lit Brothers, Philadelphia, Pa. 1949 Sept.
Book Department, [Salt Lake City, Utah] 1949 Oct.
Author Luncheon, Chicago 1949 Oct.
Southern California 1949 Oct.-Nov.
Itinerary and notes, New York, N.Y. 1951 May-Sept.
Hawthorn School, Los Angeles 1953 Nov. 17
Miscellaneous appearances 1954 Aug.
Southern California 1954 Sept.-1955 Feb.
Louisiana 1954 Nov.-1955 Feb.
Southern California 1955 Feb.-Sept.
Louisiana 1955 March-1956 May
Fellows For Schweitzer, Los Angeles 1956 Jan.-March
California 1955 Oct.-1956 June
Los Angeles 1956 Aug.
Smith College Geneva Group, Geneva (Switzerland) 1956 Aug.-Sept.
Library of Congress - Washington (D.C.), "The Biographical Novel" 1957 Jan.
United States Information Service, Paris, France 1958 Feb.
American Club of Rome, Italy 1958 March
Associazione Toscana Fulbright, Rome, Italy - "Creating a New Art Form" 1958 March
Israel 1958 May
California 1959 Feb.-1961 May
Salt Lake City, Utah 1961 May
Denver, Colo. 1961 May-July
Midwest 1960 Dec.-1961 May
Southern California 1961 April-June
Pacific Northwest 1961 March-July
Zion Book Store, Salt Lake City, Utah 1961 Aug.
Books and Authors Dinner, Denver, Colo. 1961 May-Sept.
Scrapbook 1961 July-Aug.
Max Goldberg Television Show, Denver, Colo. 1961 July-Aug.
Boston College 1961 Sept.
Woodward and Lothrop, Washington, D.C. 1961 Oct.
Washington Post, Book and Author Luncheon, Washington, D.C. 1961 Oct.
John Wanamaker (Firm), Philadelphia, Pa. 1961 Oct.
Itinerary 1961 Oct.-Nov.
California 1961 April-Oct.
Texas 1961 Sept.-Oct.
North American Defense Command Radio Series, "Our Date with History" 1961 Dec.-1962 June
University of California, Los Angeles, Graduation, "The Pleasures of Universal Man" 1962 Jan.
Los Angeles 1961 Sept.-1962 April
University of California, Los Angeles, Symposium on the Arts, "The Vitality of the Arts" 1962 June
Germany 1962 Sept.-Dec.
Israel Festival of the Arts, Los Angeles 1963 Jan.-Feb.
Rockford College Festival of the Arts, Rockford, Ill. 1962 Sept.-1963 May
Oklahoma Council of Teachers of English, Oklahoma City, Okla. 1963 April-1964 Jan.
Texas 1963 Oct.
The Broadway, Ventura, Calif. 1963 Nov.
California Writers' Club, Berkeley, Calif. 1963 April-1964 Jan.
Occidental College, American Assembly conference, Palm Springs, Calif. 1963 Sept.-1964 Dec.
Portland, Ore. 1963 July-1964 April
American Field Service, annual reception, Pasadena (Calif.) 1964 Feb.-March
National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, Los Angeles, Calif. 1964 March-April
New York World's Fair (1964-1965) 1964 April-May
Rome, Italy 1964 April
The Broadway, Century City, Calif. 1964 Oct.
Occidental College, American Assembly conference, Palm Springs, Calif. 1964 Sept.-1965 Jan.
Southern California 1964 Dec.-1965 April
San Francisco Bay Area (Calif.) 1965 Aug.-Nov.
Pacific Northwest 1965 Oct.-Nov.
Southern California 1965 Oct.
American Association of University Women, Denver, Colo. 1965 June-Oct.
Southern California 1965 May-Dec.
Midwest/Atlantic States tour - itineraries, travel information, and secretary's correspondence 1965 Aug.-Nov.
Salt Lake City, Utah 1965 Oct.
Denver, Colo. 1965 Oct.-Nov.
L. S. Ayers and Company, Indianapolis, Ind. 1965 Oct.-Nov.
National Society of Arts and Letters, Washington, D.C. 1965 Sept.-Nov.
Midwest 1965 Nov.-Dec.
Atlantic States 1965 June-Dec.
Texas 1965 Nov.-Sept.
Southern States 1965 Nov.
Midwest 1965 Nov.
Patio Book Shop, Los Angeles - publicity 1965 Dec.
Itinerary 1965 Dec.
California, including: The Agony and the Ecstasy movie benefits, San Diego and San Francisco 1965 Dec.-1966 Jan.
Midwest 1965 June-1966 Jan.
Name placard 
California State Colleges, Statewide Lecture series, "How to Write Books in an Age of Crisis," San Fernando Valley State College, Northridge, California State College, Long Beach, and San Diego State College 1965 Nov.-1966 June
Occidental College, American Assembly conference, Palm Springs, Calif. 1966 Feb.-March
Southern California 1966 April
Itinerary 1966 May-June
Atlantic States 1966 April-May
Columbia University, American Assembly conference 1967 Jan.-May
American Library Association, Round Table on Library Service to the Blind, San Francisco, Calif. 1966 Dec.-1967 July
Armed Forces Radio and Television Service, Recorded introduction for "An American Gallery" 1967-68
League of Utah Writers, Annual Round-Up, Salt Lake City, Utah 1967 Jan.-Oct.
Tom Reddin tribute dinner, Los Angeles 
New York, N.Y. 1968 Jan.
White House dinner for the Chancellor of Austria, Washington, D.C. 1968 April
American Women in Radio and Television, Los Angeles, Calif. 1968 Jan.-Sept.
Foundation of Educational Therapy for Children, Los Angeles, Calif. 1968 Nov.
University of California Centennial Dinner, Berkeley 1968 Oct.-Nov.
Los Angeles, including: University of California, Los Angeles, Golden Anniversary Gala 1969 Feb.-Sept.
Up With People cast discussion, Oklahoma 1969 Dec.
Miscellaneous notes 1970-71
California Museum of Science and Industry, Los Angeles 1970 March
Southern California 1970 May-Oct.
Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, Los Angeles, Calif., Lust for Life presentation 1970 Sept.-Oct.
Los Angeles 1970 Oct.-Nov.
H. C. Capwell's, El Cerrito, Calif. 1971 July
Public Pulse, KSL [radio appearance], Salt Lake City, Utah 1971 Feb.-June
California 1970 Aug.-1971 April
Tour itineraries 1971 Jan.-June
Pacific Northwest 1971 March
Salt Lake City, Utah 1971 March
Los Angeles 1971 Jan.-March
Arizona 1971 March
Festival of the Arts, Birmingham, Ala. 1971 March
Illinois 1971 Feb.-April
Friends of the Claremont Colleges, Claremont, Calif. 1970 Sept.-1971 April
Elizabeth Wright Evans' Community Workshop [television appearance], Seattle 1971 April
Texas 1971 Jan.-May
Denver, Colo. 1971 April-May
Midwest 1971 April
Lausanne Mothers' Club, Memphis, Tenn. 1971 April
Midwest 1971 April
Southern California 1971 Jan.-May
Atlantic States 1971 Feb.-July
Southern California 1971 Feb.-June
A.M. Washington, WMAL [television appearance], Washington, D.C. 1971 June
Stewart and Company, Baltimore, Md. 1971 June-July
Southern California 1971 Aug.-1972 March
Abraham Lincoln Association, Springfield, Ill. 1972 July-1973 Feb.
Cal Alumni Centennial, Berkeley, Calif. 1973 March
Southern California 1973 April-1974 June
Royal Viking Line, World Cruise 1975 Jan.-1977 June
California State University, Long Beach 1974 Oct.-1975 April
University of California, Berkeley, Dept. of History commencement 1975 April-June
Italian television celebration of Michelangelo's 500th birthday, Rome, Italy 1975 July
Royal Viking Line, Black Sea Cruise 1975 May-1976 March
Itineraries and schedules 1975 Sept.-Dec.
League of Utah Writers, Salt Lake City 1974 Nov.-1975 Oct.
Southern California 1975 Sept.
Doubleday and Company, inc. book party, San Francisco 1975 Sept.
Seattle 1975 Sept.
Robinson's, Los Angeles, Calif. 1975 Oct.
Meier and Frank, Portland, Ore. 1975 Sept.-Oct.
San Francisco 1975 Oct.
Utah 1975 Sept.-Oct.
ZCMI, Salt Lake City, Utah 1975 Oct.
Deseret Books, Salt Lake City, Utah 1975 Oct.
Scribner Book Store, Denver, Colo. 1975 Oct.
Arizona 1975 Oct.
The Book Stack, Los Alamitos, Calif. 1975 Oct.
Kaufmann's and Pittsburgh Press, Book and author dinner, Pittsburgh, Pa. 1975 Oct.
Midwest 1975 Oct.-1976 Feb.
Washington Post, Book and Author Luncheon 1975 Oct.-Nov.
Midwest 1975 Oct.-Nov.
Friends of the Texas Christian University Libraries, Fort Worth, Texas
Publicity 1975 Nov. Dec.
Publicity 1975 Oct.-Nov.
Cokesbury, Dallas, Texas 1975 Nov.
Southern California 1975 Nov.-Dec.
Royal Viking Line 1975 Dec.-1976 Jan.
Archaeology panel[?] 1976 Feb.
Southern California 1976 Jan.-Feb.
At One With... [television appearance] 1976 Feb.
Friends of the University of Southern California Libraries luncheon, Los Angeles 1976 March
Secretary of State luncheon, Washington, D.C. 1976 April-May
Los Angeles Library Association luncheon 1976 April
Dinah People Party [television appearance for CBS], Los Angeles 1976 May
Commonwealth Club of California, San Francisco 1976 April-July
The Mike Walsh Show [Australian television appearance], Los Angeles 1976 June-July
California State University Headquarters dedication, Long Beach, "A University Comes of Age" 1976 Aug.-Oct.
Indiana State University, Terre Haute, Ind. 1976 Aug.-Oct.
San Jose Mercury News, Creative Encounter
Correspondence, ephemera, and publicity 1976 Sept.-Dec.
Publicity 1976 Nov.
Paperback Wholesalers, Las Vegas, Nev. 1976 Nov.
Gold Shield Tea for Dr. & Mrs. Franklin Murphy, Los Angeles 1976 Nov.
Royal Viking Line, Mexico Cruise 1976 Dec.-1977 July
Pepperdine University, Malibu, Calif. 1976 Oct.-1977 Jan.
Press Club of San Francisco 1977 April
Royal Viking Line, British Isles/Norwegian Fjord Cruise 1976 June-1977 May
California 1977 Feb.-1978 April
Royal Viking Line, Alaska/Canada Cruise 1978 Feb.-Oct.
California 1978 Sept.-1979 March
Cunard Line, Yokohama to Los Angeles Cruise 1979 Feb.-March
Broadway, Meet the Authors, Century City, Calif. 1979 April-May
California Museum of Science and Industry, An Evening with Friends, Los Angeles 1979 June
Royal Viking Line Around the World Cruise, Trans-Canal/Caribbean/Mexico Cruise 1978 Dec.-1980 July
Itineraries 1980 Aug.-Nov.
Midwest 1980 Aug.
Atlantic States 1980 Aug.-Dec.
Southern California 1979 Aug.-Sept.
Wellesley College Club, Book and Author luncheon, Dallas, Texas 1980 July-Sept.
California 1980 July-Oct.
Westmont College, Santa Barbara, Calif. 1980 Aug.-1981 Jan.
Publicity 1980 Oct.
California 1980 May-Dec.
Denver, Colo. 1980 Aug.-Oct.
Southern California 1980 June-1981 Jan.
Salt Lake City, Utah 1980 Nov.
Oklahoma Independent Booksellers Association, Oklahoma Writers Hall of Fame dinner, Oklahoma City 1980 Nov.
Tuscon, Ariz. 1980 Nov.-Dec.
Pacific Northwest 1980 Nov.-Dec. 30
Washington State University, Pullman, Wash. 1980 Nov.
California 1980 June-Nov.
Itinerary 1981 Jan.-Feb.
San Diego Museum of Art, San Diego, Calif. 1980 Oct.-1981 Feb.
Royal Cruise Line and California Alumni Association Mediterranean Highlights Cruise 1979 Nov.-1981 Oct.
Pepperdine University Seminar, Oahu, Hawaii 1981 Jan.-Oct.
The Kincaid School, Houston, Texas 1981 Aug.-Oct.
Royal Viking Line, Trans-Canal Cruise 1981 Jan.-1982 Jan.
Los Angeles 1981 Dec.-1982 Jan.
Dallas County Community College District, Dallas, Texas 1982 Jan.-March
California State University, tribute to Chancellor, Glen S. Dumke, Los Angeles, Calif. 1982 March-April
Los Angeles Public Library 1982 Jan.-April
Royal Viking Line, New England/Canada Cruise 1981 Oct.-1982 Sept.
Kiev Writers Conference, Ukraine 1982 May-Sept.
University of California, Los Angeles Law School Alumni Day 1982 June-Oct.
Gustavus Adolphus College, Nobel Conference, Saint Peter, Minn., "The Human Mind Since Darwin" 1981 Nov.-1983 March
Royal Cruise Line and California Alumni Association, North Africa/Caribbean Cruise 1981 Sept.-1982 Dec.
University of California, Los Angeles - Guggenheim Fellowships reception 1983 May
Michigan Foundation for the Arts, Detroit 1982 Oct.-1983 May
Beverly Hills Theater Guild, Beverly Hills, Calif. 1983 April-June
Royal Viking Line, North Cape/Iceland/Canada/New England Cruise 1982 Sept.-1983 Dec.
Pearl Cruises of Scandinavia, China Explorers Cruise 1982 Jan.-1983 Nov.
Southern California, including: Soviet/American Writers Conference, Pepperdine, Calif. 1983 April-1984 June
Delta Cruise Line - South America Cruise 1984 March-May
Brentwood Library Expansion Committee, Los Angeles 1984 Feb.-April
Royal Cruise Line - Scandinavia, Russia, and the Fjords 1984 Feb.-Aug.
Los Angeles (Calif.) 1984 Sept.-Nov.
Heritage Cruises - South Pacific Cruise 1983 March-1985 Jan.
Itineraries 1985 Feb.-Dec.
Family Service of Long Beach, Calif. 1984 Nov.-1985 Jan.
University of California, Berkeley, Berkeley Fellows 1985 Feb.
University of California, Los Angeles, Irving and Jean Stone Honors Commons reception, open house, and dedication 1985 April-June
Southern California 1983 Sept.-1985 April
Royal Cruise Line - Athens to London 1985 March-July
California 1985 June-Sept.
Itinerary 1985 Aug.-Dec.
New York Times, Literary Brunch and Book Fair
Correspondence and publicity 1985 Aug.-Sept.
Los Angeles 1985 Summer-Oct.
New York, N.Y. 1983 July-1986 Jan.
Higbee's and Women's City Club, Meet the Author Luncheon, Cleveland, Ohio 1985 Oct.
California 1985 May-Nov.
La Verne County Library, La Verne, Calif.
Correspondence and publicity 1985 Oct.-Nov.
Publicity 1985 Oct.
Westwood Women's Bruin Club, Los Angeles 1985 Oct.
Southern States 1984 Jan.-1985 Nov.
Johns Hopkins University and Frederick Jackson Turner Society, Baltimore, Md. 1985 May-Nov.
Hunter's Books, Beverly Hills, Calif. 1985 Aug.-Oct.
Houston, Texas 1985 Oct.-[Nov.]
Southern California 1982 Nov.-1985 Dec.
Book Browse and Benton County Medical Auxiliary, Corvalis, Ore. 1985 Nov.
California Alumni Association of San Gabriel Valley, Pasadena, Calif. 1985 June-Nov.
Women's Board of the Arizona Kidney Foundation, Phoenix, Ariz. 1985 Nov.-Dec.
Salt Lake City, Utah 1985 Nov.
California 1983 Aug.-1986 May
University of California, Los Angeles, Naumberb Memorial Lecture, "The Science, and the Art, of Biography" 1986 March-Sept.
California 1985 Sept.-1987 July
Festival of Life Cruise 1986 Feb.-1987 Sept.
Amazon/Caribbean Cruise 1987 July-Oct.
Southern California 1987 Aug.-1988 May
Royal Cruise Line, Alaska Cruise 1988 Jan.-July
Southern California 1987 Dec.-1988 Oct.
Cosmos Club, Washington, D.C. 1988 Sept.-Oct.
Fresno Art Museum, Fresno, Calif. 1988 Aug.-Nov.
Seabourn Cruise Lines, Mediterranean Cruise 1989 Feb.-March
Southern California 1988 Nov.-1989 June
Photographs from unidentified appearances undated
Subseries 5.2: Interviews, 1941-1988, undated
Scope and Content Note
"A Politica e os Escritores de America" - Samuel Wainer, Diretrizes (Brazil)
English translation 1941
Published copy of interview 1941 May
"Biographer in Spite of Himself" - Keith Monroe, Writers' Markets and Methods 1942 Jan.
"Irving Stone--if he can ameliorate..." - Fortnight 1947 Aug. 29
"Irving Stone Tells How He Happened to Write A Book About Eugene Debs" - Carolyn Coggins, Washington Star 1947 Oct. 5
"Biographical Novels Best Sellers, Irving Stone Says" - Indianapolis Times (Ind.) 1947 Oct. 9
"Versatile Irving Stone" - Leon Gutterman, The National Jewish Ledger 1947, 1948 Jan. 2
"Couple Finds Formula for Producing Bestsellers: He Writes, She Edits" - Jean Davis, Mirror (Los Angeles, Calif.) 1954 Aug. 16
"Irving Stone Enjoying Writer's Richest Reward" - Cecil Smith, Los Angeles Times (Calif.) 1955 Feb. 6
"Biographical Novelist: Back to Original Sources" - University of Southern California, Alumni Review 1955 April
"Irving Stone Tries a Change of Pace" - John H. Hutchens, New York Herald Tribune 1956 Sept. 30
"Author Oblivious to Budget Mechanics" - Mary Lou Loper, Los Angeles Times 1960 May 22
"Irving Stone" - Allan Nevins, Book-of-the-Month Club News 1961 March
"Irving Stone Here, Talks of Latest Books" - James Walls, San Francisco Chronicle 1961 March 22
"How a Great Novel Was Written" - John Barkham, Lexington Herald Leader (Ky.) 1961 March 26
"Stone Research Always Thorough" - Walter L. Scratch, The Citizen-News (Hollywood, Los Angeles, Calif.) 1961 April 14
" Agony and Ecstacy Author Grateful to Denver Critics" - Robert L. Perkin, Rocky Mountain News (Denver, Colo.) 1961 May 10
"Novelist: More Agony than Ecstasy" - John Barnes, Los Angeles Times 1961 May 19
"He strode quickly over the rough, sunbaked..." - Bob Barnes, Associated Press 1961 [June]
"Author Irving Stone set himself this target..." - Bob Barnes, Associated Press 1961 [June]
"Agony and the Accuracy"
Sunday Gazette-Mail (Charleston, W. Va.) 1962 June 10
Virginian-Pilot (Norfolk-Portsmouth, Va.) 1962 June 10
"Biographer Finds Truth in Fiction" - Duluth News-Tribune (Minn.) 1962 June 10
"Biography or Fiction?" - The State Journal Register (Springfield, Ill.) 1962 June 10
"Biographer Stone Fulfills Dream" - San Angelo Times (Tex.) 1962 June 10
"Fact and Fiction for Irving Stone" - Journal-Sentinel (Winston-Salem, N.C.) 1962 June 10
"Stone Uses Techniques of Fiction to Pen Biography" - Sioux Falls Argus-Leader (S.D.) 1962 June 17
"You Are There with Irving Stone" - The Milwaukee Journal (Wisc.) 1962 June 21
"Author's Goal is to Make Biography Lively as Novels" - St. Paul Pioneer Press (Minn.) 1962 Aug. 19
"Biographer Irving Stone Tells 'Secret' of Trade" - Oregonian, Portland 1961 July 27
"'Departmental' World Stifles, Says Novelist" - Seattle Post-Intelligencer 1961 July 28
"Stone Says Books Must Be Lived" - Jimmy Thornton, Dallas Morning News 1961 Oct. 27
[Open-end interview], Garrison Features Syndicate [after 1962 March]
"The Little Guy Who Duplicated the Creation" - Kenneth Allsop, Daily Mail (London, England?) 1962 April 18
"Author Hails Great L.A. Cultural Gains" - Charles E. Davis, Jr., Los Angeles Times 1962 May 21
"The Writer Speaks: Irving Stone" - The New American Library 
"Vendetta la sua Villa a Hollywood per Fare un Libro su Michelangelo" - Luciano Ferrari, La Notta (Milan, Italy) 1963 Jan. 10-11
"Stone: How to Tell a Story" - Catholic Star Herald, (Camden, N.J.) 1965 Nov. 19
"Irving Stone Talks of Life as an Author" - Max Goldberg, Rome Daily American (Italy) 1966 Jan. 3
"Lust for Writing" - Roy Newquist, Books and Bookmen (London, England) 1966 May
"If I can live the life, you can live it..." - Sidney Gordon, Courier (Pleasantville, N.Y.) 1966 [July]
"Criticism and the Two Irvings" (with Irving Wallace) - William R. Melton, Jr., The Register 1967 Jan. 15
"An Exclusive Interview with Irving Stone" - Kirk Polking, Writer's Digest: Yearbook '68 1968
"The Man Who Knew Michelangelo and Rachel Jackson and..." - Chicago Tribune Magazine (Ill.) 1969 March 23
"Irving Stone: He Becomes Each Man He Writes About" - New Haven Register (Conn.) 1969 March 23
"A gray dawn in Moscow..." - Derek Gill, Pace Magazine 1969 May
"Author Sees Kennedy as Inspired Leader" - William Wingfield, San Gabriel Valley Tribune (Calif.) 1969 May 14
"The Hardest Part of Writing a Book is the Beginning" - Anne Thompson Smith, Los Angeles Evening Herald Examiner 1969 July 4
"Distinguished Author Stone Focuses Attention on Freud" - William Wingfield, San Gabriel Valley Tribune (Calif.) 1970 Jan. 7
"Portraits in Stone" - William Wingfield, Southland Sunday (Long Beach, Calif.) 1970 April 5
"Happy Galley Slave in the Irving Stone Aerie" - Maggie Savoy, Los Angeles Times 1970 April 12
"This Must Be the Place" - Art Seidenbaum, Los Angeles Times West Magazine 1970 June 7
"Writing About All Kinds of People" - William Wingfield, UUWorld 1970 Oct. 1
"Irving Stone Has No Favorites, But Mentions Three" - T. E. Foreman, Daily Enterprise (Riverside, Calif.) 1970 Oct. 21
"The 'Passions' of a Contented Writer" - Genevieve Stuttaford, San Francisco Sunday Examiner and Chronicle 1971 March 21
"Stone Finds Rich Lode in Freud Project" - Malcolm Bauer, Oregonian (Portland, Ore.) 1971 March 14
"Freud's Fine" - Diana Montgomery, Seattle Post-Intelligencer 1971 March 16
"Stone's Women 'Shoulder to Shoulder' Type" - Helen L. Mirshon, Oregon Journal (Portland, Or.) 1971 March 18
"Research is the Key to Stone's Giant Novels" - William Melton, The Register, [(Hollywood, Los Angeles, Calif.)?] 1971 March 28
"Irving Stone's 'Dream' of Sigmund Freud" - Carol Karmer, Chicago Tribune 1971 April 1
"Psychoanalyzing Freud" - James Hazelwood, Oakland Tribune (Calif.) 1971 April 4
"'Son' of Sigmund Freud Tours on Behalf of Book" - Chris Shearhouse, States Item (New Orleans, La.) 1971 April 6
"Processes of the Mind, Passion of Irving Stone" - Don Lee Keith, Times Picayune (New Orleans, La.) 1971 April 8
"Author Became Freud to Write New Novel" - Bryan Martin, Dallas Morning News 1971 April 8
"He Asked for Criticism and She Gave It!" - Anne Waldron, Houston Chronicle 1971 April 13
"Characters Obsess This Author" - William Gallo, Rocky Mountain News (Denver, Colo.) 1971 April 14
"Irving Stones Bound by Love and Writing" - Sally Morgan, Kansas City Times (Mo.) 1971 April 16
"He Couldn't 'Be' Hitler" - Judith Michaelson, New York Post 1971 April 21
"Writer's Life Is Not an Easy One" - Robert W. Wells, Milwaukee Journal (Wis.) 1971 April 28
"Stone Defends Accuracy of Book" - Sam Newlund, Minneapolis Tribune (Minn.) 1971 April 29
"Old World Still Beckons Irving Stone" - Joy Billington, Evening Star (Washington, D.C.) 1971 May 24
"A New Slant on Freud: Father of Women's Lib" - Nancy B. Clarke, Evening Bulletin (Philadelphia, Pa.) 1971 June 25
"You Never Quit Searching" - Gracia Caines, Morning News (Wilmington, Del.) 1971 July 13
"Twenty Lives of Irving Stone" - Derek Gill, Modern Maturity 1973 Dec.-1974 Jan.
"Home Q&A : Irving and Jean Stone" - Marshall Bergess, Los Angeles Times 1974 May 12
"Irving Stone, o Biógrafo - Sou um Mestre Frustrado" - O Globo (Brazil) 1975 March 30
"Ele Sabe de Vida de Todos Mundo" - Christina Lyre, Fat[os e Fot]os (Brazil) 1975 April 16
"A Career of Living in the Past" - O.J. Smith, Journal (Portland, Or.) 1975 Sept. 4
"'Half the time I'm writing'..." - John M. Leighty, United Press International 1975 Sept. 16
"Novelist Irving Stone Relishes Research Over Writing" - Wally Marchbrook, Oregonian (Portland, Or.) 1975 Sept. 19
"He Writes, She Edits" (fragment) - Seattle Post-Intelligencer 1975 Sept. 30
"Irving Stone Tells Why He Digs Troy" - Georgia Hesse, San Francisco Examiner 1975 Oct. 3
"He's the Best Irving Stone He Could Be" - Frances Melrose, Rocky Mountain News (Denver, Colo.) 1975 Oct. 10
"The Irving Stones Dig Into Archeologists' World" - Linda Kauss, Phoenix Gazette (Ariz.) 1975 Oct. 11
"Irving Stone - Speaks Words" - Candace Portnoff, Arizona Republic (Phoenix, Ariz.) 1975 Oct. 26
"Stone Age Transforms Biography" - Dorothy Kincaid, Milwaukee Sentinel (Minn.) 1975 Oct. 29
"interview..." - The Literary Guild 1975 Oct.
"Stone Finds a Hero in the Digs of Troy" - Elaine Markoutsas, Chicago Tribune (Ill.) 1975 Nov. 1
"Stone Still Creating His Novels" - Bob Thomas, Associated Press - The Daily Breeze (Torrance, Calif.) 1975 Nov. 1
"Irving Stone: He and His Wife Jean Form - a Team: He Writes and She Edits" - Art Harris, Atlanta Constitution (Ga.) 1975 Nov. 6
"Best-selling Writer Knows the Answers" - Alison Oppedahl, Detroit Free Press (Mich.) 1975 Nov. 9
"I guess there is a sizable number..." - Robert T. Smith, Minneapolis Tribune (Minn.) 1975 Nov. 11
"Theirs Is a Partnership of Love" - Sue Gardner, Long Island Press 1975 Nov. 12
"Irving Stone: 'I Write Great Human Stories'" - Mary Elson, (Nashville, Tenn.) 1975 Nov. 14
"Selling Books Keeps Author on the Move" - Bob Thomas, Durham Morning Herald (N.C.) 1975 Nov. 16
"Irving Stones Have Partnership of Love" - Sue Gardner, Women's News Service 1975 Nov. 23
"Irving Stone: He Becomes the Characters His Works Portray" - Carol Lundgren, St. Louis Jewish Light (Mo.) 1975 Nov. 26
"Irving Stone Moving but Not Rolling" - Roy Newquist, Palm Springs Life (Calif.) 1975 Nov.
"Talk Given Here by Irving Stone" - Walker A. Tompkins, Santa Barbara News Press (Calif.) 1975 Dec. 7
"Biographer Tells His Own Story" - May Kimbraugh, St. Louis Globe Democrat (Mo.) 1975 Dec. 10
"Irving Stone Convinced Homer Not Just Greek Legend" - Leonard Sanders, Star-Telegram (Fort Worth, Tex.) 1975 Dec. 28
"Visiting Author, Wife Report No-Sex, No Violence Writing" - Lynn Titton, Provo Herald (Utah) 
"There is cheering news across America..." - Bob Thomas, Associated Press
"Irving Stone Has New Novel on Schliemann" [1975 Nov]
"Stone Selling a Treasure" [1975 Nov]
"Stone Muses on His Newest Best-selling Book" - Holly Hill, Westchester-Rockland (N.Y.) newspapers 1976 Jan. 19
"Irving Stone" - Sherry Lynn Miller, Desert Silhouette's Tucson Magazine (Ariz.) 1976 Jan.
"Stone Searches" - West Coast Review of Books 1976 June
"Irving Stone on the Biographical Novel" - Martin L. Gross, Book Digest Magazine 1976 July
"No Literary Stone Left Unturned" - Jackie Dashiell, Los Angeles Evening Herald Examiner (Calif.) 1976 Nov. 28
"A Best Seller Every Six Years" - Cobey Black, Honolulu Advertiser (Hawaii) 1976 Dec. 10
"King of the Biographers Doesn't Want to Write His Own Story" - Joan Wixen, The Sunday News Magazine (Detroit, Mich.) 1977 Oct. 23
"Irving Stone and the Great Human Story" - Ursula Vix, International Herald Tribune (Washington, D.C.) 1978 July 18
"Book Club to Reissue Classics" - Hilary Mills, Washington Star 1980 Jan. 1
"Author Irving Stone Answers What? How? of Biographical Novels" - Barbara Green, Richmond News Leader (Va.) 1980 Aug. 22
"Irving Stone: Writer with Lust for Detail" - Randy Sue Coburn, Washington Star 1980 Aug. 22
"Details Etched in Stone" - Henry Allen, Washington Post 1980 Aug. 22
"Irving Stone: A Writer of Many Lives" - Marly Allen, Pasadena Star News (Calif.) 1980 Aug. 24
"Irving Stone: A Lust for the Life He Writes About" - Peter Gorner, Chicago Tribune (Ill.) 1980 Aug. 26
"Not All Words Etched in Stone" - Elaine Smyth, San Diego Union (Calif.) 1980 Sept. 5
"Stone Pursues Moment of Truth" - Linda Dudley, Evening Tribune (San Diego, Calif.) 1980 Sept. 5
"Irving Stone" - Edwin McDowell, New York Times (N.Y.) 1980 Sept. 14
"The Frustrating, Invigorating Job of Writing" - Beth Brosseau, Dallas Morning News Focus 1980 Sept. 28
"Engraved in Stone" - Henry Allen, International Herald Tribune 1980 Sept. 30
"A Most Timely Controversy" - Ruthe Stein, San Francisco Chronicle 1980 Oct. 3
"Irving Stone Must Identify with Subject of His Books" - Dave Hardy, Santa Barbara News-Press (Calif.) 1980 Oct. 4
"Prolific Author Irving Stone Becomes One of His Heros" - Bethany Korwin-Pawlowska, Oakland Tribune (Calif.) 1980 Oct. 8
"The Evolution of Irving Stone" - David N. Rosenthal, San Jose Mercury News (Calif.) 1980 Oct. 12
"Irvings Stone Steps into Darwin's Shoes" - Michelle Carter, The Times (San Mateo, Calif.) 1980 Oct. 16
"No Stone Unturned in Quest for Perfection" - John Peck, Arizona Daily Star (Tuscon, Ariz.) 1980 Oct. 19
" Origin of a Best Seller" - Carol Fowler, Contra Costa County Times (Calif.) 1980 Oct. 19
"What Do Writers Say About Inspiration" - Anne Japenga, Los Angeles Times (Calif.) 1980 Oct. 24
"Writer, Wife Share Research for Books" - Mildred Ladner, Tulsa World (Okla.) 1980 Nov. 11
"Stone's Origin a 5-Year Project" - Fred Crafts, Eugene Register-Guard (Or.) 1980 Nov. 16
"Irving Stone Re-fighting Darwin's Battles" - Judi Hunt, Seattle Post-Intelligencer 1980 Nov. 23
"Author Irving Stone: The Legendary Master of Details" - John Marshall, Journal-American (Bellevue, Wash.) 1980 Nov. 25
"Biographical Author by Necessity" - Michael Hudson, United Press International - Press Democrat (Santa Rosa, Calif.) 1980 Nov. 30
"Irving Stone - The Woman Behind His Words" - Catherine Tehr, Sacramento Union (Calif.) 1980 Nov. 30
"Darwin Letters Helped Stone Recreate Dialogue for Novel" - Nick Lackeos, Alabama Journal (Montgomery, Ala.) 1980 Dec. 1
" The Origin is Latest Success in Stones' Long Collaboration" - Larry Rumley, Seattle Times 1980 Dec. 14
"A Conversation with Irving and Jean Stone" - Westmont College, La Paz 1980 Dec.
"Special People: Jean and Irving Stone" - Irvin Ashkenazy, Westways 1981 Jan.-March
"The Agony, the Ecstasy, and Irving Stone" - Susan Kleinhandler Golant, Writer's Digest 1981 March
"Irving Stone Recalls Upton Sinclair: An Interview" - John Ahouse, The Upton Sinclair Quarterly 1981 March 25
"Lust for Lives" - Pearl Sheffy Gefen, Jerusalem Post (Israel) 1981 April 24
"Lust for Life Studies" - Alex Hamilton, The Arts Guardian 1981 June 3
"Research is Agony, Ecstasy Comes Much Later" - Richard Sandomin, Newsday 1981 Sept. 6
"Dateline: Los Angeles" - Robert Windeles, Daily News Magazine 1983 April 24
"Biographer Irving Stone Still Going Strong at 80" - Louise Egan Steele, Pasadena Star-News (Calif.) 1983 Sept. 25
"Irving Stone, Grand Ufficiale" - Elaine Attias, La Gazetta (Los Angeles, Calif.) 1984 May-June
"Irving and Jean Stone: A Well Published Pair" - Marshall Berges, Los Angeles Times 1984 Nov. 18
"Irving Stone, Portraits in Words" - Mei-Mei Chan, USA Today 1985 Sept. 11
"Irving Stone's Book About Pissarro Anything but Impressionistic" - Barbara Manning, Orange County Register (Santa Ana, Calif.) 1985 Sept. 22
"Irving Stone Makes Time for Readers" - Fred Herman, The Modesto Bee (Calif.) 1985 Oct. 10
"Irving Stone Finishes No. 9" - Blake Green, San Francisco Chronicle 1985 Oct. 14
"Stone's Latest Project: 653 Pages on Pissaro" - Grace Glueck, New York Times 1985 Oct. 16
"The Literary Stones Roll Along Book-Talk Circuit for Glory" - Harriet Swift, Oakland Tribune (Calif.) 1985 Oct. 16
"Writer, Editor Marry Talent with a Home" - Herb Machelson, Sacramento Bee (Calif.) 1985 Oct. 20
"Irving Stone" - Grace Glueck, International Herald Tribune 1985 Oct. 26-27
"The Woman Behind Irving Stone" - William Johnson, Times Tribune (Palo Alto, Calif.) 1985 Oct. 20
"Irving Stone Returns to the Passion of Impressionism" - Carol Fouler, Contra Costa Times (Calif.) 1985 Oct. 20
"Irving Stone...His Novels Bring Real People to Life, and His Life Is One Long Love Story" - Vicki Davis, Hunstville Times (Ala.) 1985 Oct. 22
"Writer Embraces Impressionistic Ideals" - John Swagerty, Arizona Republic (Phoenix, Ariz.) 1985 Oct. 22
"'It's Nice to Have Only One Talent,' Author Irving Stone Says" - Deana Nunley, Birmingham Post Herald (Ala.) 1985 Oct. 22
"Author of Artists Will Share Glory" - Donald La Badie, Commercial Appeal (Memphis, Tenn.) 1985 Oct. 23
"Irving Stone Follows Path of 19th Century Artist" - John M. Leighty, United Press International
News wire printout 1985 Oct. 23
Evening Herald (Sanford, Fla.) 1985 Nov. 3
"If you're talking about a mind for detail..." - A.M. Chaplin
"Irving Stone: Novels Are More Than History" - The Sun (Baltimore, Md.) 1985 Oct. 28
"Stone Wants His Novels to be Easy to Believe, Hard to Forget" - Minneapolis Star and Tribune (Minn.) 1985 Nov. 13
"Irving Stone Knows the Depths of Glory" Digley Diehl, Los Angeles Herald Examiner 1985 Nov. 13
"After 50 Years of Marriage, Irving and Jean Stone Are a Team" - Herb Michelson, Monterey Peninsula Herald (Calif.) 1985 Nov. 17
"Author Stone Treasures History" - Donna Johnson, Daily Star-Progress (La Habra, Calif.) 1985 Nov. 19
"Popular Novelist Tells Universal Stories" - Donn Fry, Seattle Times (Wash.) 1985 Nov. 19
"Stone's Subjects Like Old Friends" - Lynn Pyne, Phoenix Gazette (Ariz.) 1985 Nov. 21
"His Books Have Built a 'Stone Wall'" - Peter C. Wyckoff, Houston Post (Tex.) 1985 Nov. 24
"For 51 years, Irving Stone has been..." - Bob Thomas, Associated Press 1985 [Nov]
"Living Life as an Artist" - Columbus Dispatch (Ohio) 1985 Nov. 17
"Author Uses Novels to Capture Historical Figures" - Alburquerque Journal (N.M.) 1985 Dec. 27
"A Visit with an Author - and His Editor" - L.M. Collins, Deseret News (Salt Lake City, Utah) 1985 Dec. 22
"Irving Stone Finds His Latest Universal Study" - Sol H. Marshall, Jewish Telegraphic Agency 1985 Dec. 27
"From Irving Stone, Impressions of the Artists" - Michael Kernan, Washington Post 1986 Jan. 19
"At 82, His Future is Full of Books" - Margaret Jones, Sydney Morning Herald (Australia) 1986 Feb. 8
"Master Author Has Great Lust for Life" - Bob Wilcox, Daily News (Perth, Australia) 1986 Feb. 19
"A Lust for Facts" - Marcia van Zeller, The West Australian 1986 Feb. 22
"Irving Stone Has Lived His Theme of Struggle" - Guy Parson, The Mercury (Hobart, Australia) 1986 Feb. 15
"How Author Stone is Still Rolling at 83" - Winsome Lane, South China Morning Post (Hong Kong) 1986 March 10
"Beverly Hills: An Illustrated History" - Kathleen Mackay, Windsor Publications 1988 March 28
Interview with Diane Glazer (notes) [1980s]
"Stone Recreates the Past" - Dick Kleiner, [ The Honolulu Advertiser?] undated
"The Novelist's Subject is Genius" - Barbara Bladen undated
"St. Patrick's Day..." - Bob Thomas, Associated Press undated
"He'd Like to Talk to Freud" - Barbara Flanagan undated
Miscellaneous radio, television and telephone interviews - correspondence and notes 1938-75
Subseries 5.3: Travel, 1941-1984, undated
Scope and Content Note
Rio de Janiero, Brazil 1941-42
New York, N.Y. 1944-47
United States 1952-54
New York, N.Y. 1954-58
Mexico 1954 April-May
Correspondence and ephemera
Caribbean 1955 June
Israel 1958 April-May
Turkey 1958 May
New York, N.Y. 1960-62
United States 1961 May
United States State Department, Cultural Exchange Tour
Travel journal 1962 Sept.-Dec.
Correspondence and notes 1962 Sept.-1963 May
Publicity 1962 Nov.
Poland, Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, Finland, Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Yugoslavia and Italy 1962 May-1964 March
India [cancelled] 1962 Aug.
New York, N.Y. 1963 May
Boston, Mass. 1965 March-May
New York, N.Y. 1965 April-May
Italy, maiden voyage of the T/n Michelangelo 1965 March-June
Correspondence and ephemera
Europe 1965 June-Aug.
Europe, Los Angeles County Museum of Art Tour 1968 Aug.-Oct.
Greater Los Angeles Zoo Association Safari, including South Africa, Rhodesia, Tanzania and Kenya
Correspondence and ephemera 1969 Sept.-Dec.
Maps 1969 Oct.-Nov.
Japan 1946 Oct., 1970-71
Athens, Greece 1971-72
Athens, Greece 1980 Jan.
Montréal, Québec 1982 May
China 1984 April
United States - map [fragment] undated
Subseries 5.4: Bio-Bibliographic Files, 1928-1990s, undated
Scope and Content Note
Irving Stone and the Biographical Novel, Joseph Henry Jackson
Galley, published copy, and publicity 1954
Reprint in California Monthly 1955 May
Autobiography for Current Biography 1967 Aug.
Autobiographical chapter for Gale Research Company 1984 Sept.-
Notes and typescript drafts 1985 April
Final draft and published copy (photocopy) 1985 May
Interview with Jean W. Ross 1987 Feb.
"Many More Lives to Live"
"Work papers," including literary diary (1929-1931, photocopy) [1990s]
Chronology of Stones' life [1990s]
Research for autobiographical[?] work
Stone's writings (photocopies) undated
Stone's writings (photocopies)
Clippings (photocopies) undated
Clippings (photocopies) undated
Irving Stone, Wilhelm Scholê students undated
Lists of biographical dictionaries in which Stone appears undated
Irving Stone: A Bio-Biobliographic Study, Betty Jean Bowling 1955 Aug.
Irving Stone: A Bibliography
Research notes and correspondence 1965-72
Frontispiece and introduction drafts 1970-72
Published copy 1973
Addenda 1973, , undated
Materials for revised edition [1987?]
Publication announcements, distribution mailing lists and responses 1973-75
Miscellaneous bibliographic lists 1980
"Braille, large print, tape, cassettes, etc."
Foreign rights editions undated
Editions list undated
Literary properties, Lust for Life through They Also Ran undated
Screen adaptations undated
Bibliographic notes [file cards] undated
"First scrapbook" 1928-31
Second[?] scrapbook 1932 June-1934 Aug.
Loose ephemera and clippings 1934 July-Oct., undated
Clippings 1968-88, undated
Foreign [Germany and U.S.S.R.] 1964-79
Foreign [U.S.S.R.] 1934, 1956, 1984
Publicity material 1947, 1962, undated
Bank of America
Correspondence and proofs 1969-71
Advertisement proofs 1968-69
Gibraltar Savings 1982-83, undated
Italian Trade Commission - Italian wine publicity 1977 Feb.
KFAC [radio station] 1970 Feb.-April
New York Stock Exchange 1971 May
Subseries 5.5: Contract Files, 1928-1984, undated
Scope and Content Note
Adversary in the House - Václav Petr (Prague, Czech Republic) 1947 Dec.
Aldo Martello Editore (Milan, Italy) 1948 May
Rosenkilde and Baggers (Firm) (Copenhagen, Denmark) 1949 May
Noble & Noble, inc. 1949 June
MCA Artist, Inc. - dramatic rights 1951 Nov.
Adversary in the House/ Immortal Wife - The Falcon Press (London, England) 1948 Sept.
Adversary in the House/ The Passionate Journey/ Immortal Wife - New English Library (London, England) 1965 Sept.
The Agony and the Ecstasy
Editorial de Ediciones Selectos S.R.L. (Buenos Aires, Argentina) 1961 Jan.
Universitas Verlag (Berlin, Germany) 1961 Oct., 1962 Nov.
Bratstvo-Jedinstvo (Belgrade, Serbia) 1962 April
Enrico dall'Oglio Editore (Milan, Italy) - paperback movie edition 1965 March
Drzavna Zalozba Slovenije (Ljubljana, Slovenia) 1966 May
Doubleday and Company, inc. - illustrated edition undated
Clarence Darrow for the Defense
Livraria José Olympio Editoria (Rio de Janerio, Brazil) 1941 April
Editions de Minuit (Paris, France) 1946 Dec.
Skubal & Machajdikna (Prague, Czech Republic) 1947 Aug.
M. Mizrachi (Tel Aviv, Israel) 1961 July
The Dark Mirror - The Lenox Hill Players, Inc. 1928 May
Dear Theo - Bokförlaget Natur och Kultur (Stockholm, Sweden) 1938 Jan.
Republic Productions, Inc. 1940 April
Doubleday, Doran & Company 1940 April, July
Walström & Widstrad (Stockholm, Sweden) 1941 Feb.
Casa Editora Vecchi (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) 1941 March
Republic Productions, Inc. undated
The Human Mind After Darwin - Harper & Row, Publishers 1983 Feb.
Steinberg Verlag (Zurich, Switzerland) 1944 [Dec.]
Mordecai Newman (Tel Aviv, Israel) 1945 Jan.
The Twin Editions 1945 May
Bokförlaget Natur och Kultur (Stockholm, Sweden) 1945 June
Editorial Claridad (Buenos Aires, Argentina) 1945 June
T. Werner Laurie Limited (London, England) 1945 Dec.
Renaissance du Livre (Brussels, Belgium) 1945 Dec.
Werner Söderstrom Osakeyhitö (Helsinki, Finland) 1945 Dec.
Arnoldo Mondadori Editore (Milan, Italy) 1946 June
Julius Albert (Prague, Czech Republic) 1946 Oct.
Povl Branner (Copenhagen, Denmark) 1945 Dec.
Saturnino Calleja (Madrid, Spain) 1946 Dec.
Hajnal Publishing Co. (Budapest, Hungary) 1947 April
Infantry Journal, Inc. 1947 Aug.
dall'Oglio Editore (Milan, Italy) 1957 Nov.
Naprijed (Zagreb, Croatia) 1965 Jan.
Invincible Press (Sydney, Australia) undated
Irving Stone's Jack London Reader - Doubleday and Company, inc. 1976 Oct.
Love is Eternal
Doubleday and Company, inc. - motion picture rights 1954 April
Alfred Scherz Publishers (Bern, Switzerland) 1954 Oct.
William Collins Sons and Co. (London, England) 1954 Nov.
Shinchosha (Tokyo, Japan) 1954 Dec.
Casa Editrice Baldini & Castoldi (Milan, Italy) 1956 Jan.
Idith, Ltd. (Tel Aviv, Israel) 1957 March
Reader's Digest AB (Stockholm, Sweden) - abridgement 1960 Aug.
Naprijed (Zagreb, Croatia) 1967 March
Cedric Chivers, Ltd. (Somerset, England) - library reprint edition 1971 Oct.
Lust for Life
Leland Hayward Inc. - motion picture representation 1934 June
Bokförlaget Natur och Kultur (Stockholm, Sweden) 1934 Dec.
Modern Library (Firm) 1938 Nov.
Albert Bonnier Förlag (Stockholm, Sweden) 1946 June
Livros do Brasil, Limitada (Lisbon, Portugal) 1960 June
Państwowy Instytut Wydawniczy (Firm) (Warsaw, Poland) 1963 July
Slovensky Spisovatel (Firm) (Bratislava, Slovakia) 1964 May
Men to Match My Mountains
Editions Pierre Seghers (Paris, France) 1957 July
Grilkhes, Michel M. - television production rights 1962 Sept.
Pageant of Youth - Alfred H. King Inc. 1933 March
The Passionate Journey
The Falcon Press (London, England) 1949 July
George Thomas Folster (Tokyo, Japan) 1949 Nov.
Bokförlaget Natur och Kultur (Stockholm, Sweden) 1949 Dec.
The Martins Forlag (Copenhagen, Denmark) 1950 June
Plaza & Janes (Barcelona, Spain) 1961 Jan.
The Passions of the Mind - Altin Kitaplar (Istanbul, Turkey) 1971 Oct.
The President's Lady
Exportadora de Publicaciones Mexicanas (Mexico City) 1951 Oct.
Les Presses de la Cité (Paris, France) 1952 Jan.
H. Aschehoug & Co, (Oslo, Norway) 1952 Jan.
Bokförlaget Natur ock Kultur (Stockholm, Sweden) 1952 Oct.
Casa Editrice Baldini & Castoldi (Milan, Italy) 1953 Dec.
Sailor on Horseback
John Martin (Copenhagen, Denmark) 1938 Oct.
Walström & Widstrad (Stockholm, Sweden) 1938 Oct.
Gyldendal Norsk Forlag (Oslo, Norway) 1938 Oct.
H. P. Leopold's Uitgevers Moatschappij (Hague, Netherlands) 1938 Dec.
Jose Olympio Editora (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) 1940 March
Editorial Claridad (Buenos Aires, Argentina) 1941 June
Kansankuttuuri Oy (Helsinki, Finland) 1945 May
Arnoldo Mondadori Editore (Milan, Italy) 1946 March
Touzimský & Moravec (Prague, Czech Republice) 1947 July
Editions B. Arthaud (Paris, France) 1947 July
Bodley Head (Firm) (London, England) 1947 Nov.
Pań Instytut Wydawniczy (Firm) (Warsaw, Poland) 1957 Sept.
Sifraith Poalim (Tel Aviv, Israel) 1960 Feb.
Livros do Brasil, Limitada (Lisbon, Portugal) 1960 April
Editura Tineretului (Bucharest, Romania) 1963 Sept.
Chicago Program Group 1984 May
They Also Ran - Pyramid Publications 1964 Feb.
Those Who Love - Cankaijeva Zalzba (Ljubljana, Slovenia) 1967 May
Those Who Love / The Passions of the Mind / The Greek Treasure - Cassel & Company (London, England) 1965 Nov.
Truly Valiant - Drama Council, Inc. 1935 Dec.
A work of fiction - Viking Press 1936 Jan.
John Charles Fremont, textbook edition - McGraw-Hill Book Company 1950 April
All existing titles as of 1958 June 21 - Icaros Publishing Co. (Athens, Greece) 1958 June
All works by Stone published by Doubleday and Company, inc. 1960 Nov.
A work about the United States - Doubleday and Company, inc. 1966 May
Darrow, Ruby H. - Clarence Darrow literary estate 1939 July
MCA Artists, Ltd. 1955 Oct.
The Orsatti Agency 1945 Jan., Aug.
Simenon, Georges, 1903- - option to purchase radio rights for Inspector Maigret stories 1949 April
William Morris Agency 1943-44
Subseries 5.6: Honors and Awards, 1944-1989, undated
Scope and Content Note
Honors and Awards Received, 1944-1989, undated
American Academy of Achievement, Golden Plate Award 1971 Feb.-July
Correspondence, publicity and ephemera
American Longevity Association, Certificate of Appreciation - correspondence and ephemera 1983 May-Sept.
American Revolutionary Roundtable, 1965 Best Book Published on the Revolutionary War - correspondence and publicity 1966 Feb.-May
Associated American Artists[?] - tribute certificate 1944 Sept.
Athens (Greece) 1972 Oct.
Key to the City [photocopy]
Diploma presenting key to the city
The Authors Club of Los Angeles
Rupert Hughes Literary Award - publicity and ephemera 1961
Authors Club Special Award - ephemera 1971 June
Rupert Hughes Literary Award - publicity 1980 Nov.
Azusa Pacific College - award given for Irving Stone's Jack London at Second Author's Reception - plaque [photocopy] 1977 Nov.
Beverly Hills (Calif.), Office of the Mayor - Letter of Commendation - letter and publicity 1964 Oct.
Book Bank USA, Author of the Year - correspondence and ephemera 1977 Feb.-May
Books on Tape - Golden Cassette Award Certificate 1980
Braille Institute, Certificate of Appreciation 1980 Sept.
Legislature - Certificate of Commendation 1977 Oct.
Office of the Lieutenant Governor - Certificate of Commendation 1978 July
California Alumni Association, 1971 Alumnus of the Year
Correspondence and ephemera 1972 Feb.-May
Certificate and publicity 1972 April-May
California Museum of Science and Industry, A&H University, Honorary Doctorate Diploma 1976 Feb.
California State Colleges - Honorary Doctorate of Literature - correspondence, ephemera and diploma 1971 March
California State University, Long Beach - The Michelangelo Symposium Guest Speaker - appreciation plaque [photograph] 1975 April
California Writers Club - Honorary Life Membership Award [photocopy] 1977 March
California Writers Guild - Award of Honor certificate 1972 Feb.
Carrara, Italy - commendation [photocopy] 1962 May-June
Christophers (Organization), Christopher Award - correspondence, publicity and ephemera 1957 Feb.
Coe College, (Cedar Rapids, Iowa) - Honorary Doctorate of Literature Diploma 1967 June
Comerciantes de la Calle Overa y Los Amigos del Pueblo de Los Angeles - Certificate of Appreciation 1986 Sept.
Commonwealth Club of California - Gold Medal for Fiction - correspondence and publicity 1962 May-June
Community Television Foundation of South Florida, Inc. - Certificate of Appreciation [1971 May]
Corporea Glorificans Spiritualia Michaelangelus Annuntiat - mounted medal [photocopy] undated
Cosmos Club (Washington, D.C.), John P. McGovern Award in Literature - correspondence and ephemera 1988 Feb.-1989 May
Council of American Artist Societies, Gold Medal Award for significant achievement in the arts - correspondence and ephemera 1966 March, undated
Family Club (San Francisco, Calif.) - annual encampment tribute to outstanding California author - correspondence and publicity 1971 July-Aug.
Florence (Italy), Golden Lily - correspondence and publicity 1962 March
France - Commandeur de l'Ordre des Arts et des Lettres 1984 Jan.-Aug.
Correspondence, publicity and ephemera
Certificate and ephemera 1983 Dec.
Gustavus Adolphus College Library Associates - honorary membership - ephemera undated
Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion, Honorary Doctorate of Humane Letters
Correspondence, publicity and ephemera 1978 Jan.-Aug.
Diploma 1978 June
Institute Interamericano - election as a Fellow - ephemera 1970 Feb.
Knight Commander of the Order of Merit
Correspondence and publicity 1967 March-July
Certificate of conferment 1965 Jan.
Grand Ufficiale - certificate of conferment 1982 Jan.
Izmir (Turkey) - fragment of award [photocopy] - presented by Vice Admiral Cemal Suer 1971 Nov.
Los Angeles (Calif.)
City Board of Education - Bicentennial Pageant Distinguished Alumnus
Correspondence and ephemera 1976 May-June
Certificate 1976 May
Office of the Mayor
Letter of Commendation [1960s]
Proclamation of United Nations Day 1970 Oct.
Proclamation of Irving Stone Day 1983 June
Los Angeles County (Calif.) Board of Supervisors - Library Department and Forest-Lawn Memorial Park - award for literary and cultural achievement
Correspondence and publicity 1962 June-July
Ephemera 1962 July
Los Angeles Children's Museum - Certificate of Appreciation undated
Los Angeles Library Association - luncheon in honor of Stones - ephemera undated
Los Angeles P.E.N. Center - award for distinguished body of work - correspondence and publicity 1980 Jan.-May
Award of appreciation 1985 Oct.
Welcome plaque [photocopy] undated
Mark Twain Journal - Knight of Mark Twain - correspondence 1969 July
Memphis (Tenn.) - honorary citizenship - ephemera and certificate 1985 Oct.
Men of Achievement - Award for Distinguished Achievement - certificate 1974 April
National Father's Day Committee - Literary Father of the Year
Correspondence, publicity and ephemera 1966 March-May
Ephemera 1966 June
National Sculpture Society (U.S.) - Herbert Adams Memorial Medal
Correspondence, notes and publicity 1970 March-Dec.
Certificate 1970 Nov.
New Orleans, La. - honorary citizenship certificate 1965 Nov.
Oppenheimer, Evelyn, 1907- - "Oppie" Awards for Best Biographical Novel - correspondence and ephemera
The Passions of the Mind, and The Greek Treasure 1971-75
Depths of Glory 1986 Jan.
Phi Epsilon Pi Fraternity - Phi Epsilon Pi Award - correspondence 1963 Jan.
Progress Publishers (Moscow, Russia) [50th anniversary commemoration?] - medal with case [photocopy] 1981
San Francisco (Calif.)
Lowell High School Honorary Diploma
Office of the Mayor and Lowell High School - Alumni Association - congratulations for achievement 1965 Dec.
Sister City program - recognition of outstanding personal and professional achievements - ephemera 1986 July
Southern California Motion Picture Council, Inc. - Certificate of Award 1965 Oct.
Springfield, Ill. - key to the city (photocopy) 1973 Feb.
Torrance, Calif., Office of the Mayor - proclamation of Irving Stone Week 1980 Nov.
Union of Soviet Writers - certificate honoring Stone's 80th birthday 1983 July
United Service Organizations (U.S.) - Citation for Distinguished Service 1946-47
University of California, Berkeley
Honorary Doctorate of Laws
Correspondence, publicity and ephemera 1968 May-July
Photograph album 1968 June 18
Diploma 1968 June
The Berkeley Citation - certificate 1970
University of California, Irvine, Friends of the Library - Corpus Literarum Award 1975 April-May
University of California, Los Angeles
College of Letters and Science Award 1985 Nov.
International Student Center - Neil H. Jacoby International Award 1983 March-Nov.
Correspondence, publicity and ephemera
Publicity 1983 June
University of Judaism - Author of the Year 1977 April
University of Southern California
Honorary Doctorate of Letters - correspondence, publicity, ephemera and diploma 1965 April-Oct.
Asa V. Call Achievement Award - correspondence, publicity, ephemera and award [photograph] 1980 April-Nov.
Western Writers of America - Best Western Non-Fiction Award [photograph] 1956
Wisdom Magazine and The Wisdom Society Wisdom Award of Honor - correspondence and ephemera 1965 Aug.-1967 Oct.
The Irving and Jean Stone Awards, 1966-1972, undated
Correspondence, including Ken McCormick and other Doubleday and Company, inc. staff 1966 Dec.-1971 Jan.
Notes and statements on biographical and historical novels 
Brochure drafts and final copy [1967-8]
Miscellany 1967-72, undated
Subseries 5.7: Teaching Files, 1965-1985, undated
Scope and Content Note
University of Southern California - "Act of Writing," English 404
Correspondence and notes 1965-66, undated
Lecture transcriptions, edited drafts 1966 Feb.-May
Minutes, recorded by Colleen Ferguson 1966 Feb.-May
Sonoma State University - English workshop seminar - correspondence and publicity 1985 Feb.-Mar
University of California, Los Angeles, Regent Professorship
Lecture transcriptions 1985 April-June
Announcement of appointment 1985 Feb.
Series 6: Subject Files, 1923-1992, undated
Scope and Content Note
Abraham Lincoln Sesquincentennial Association 1958-60
Adversary In the House
Clipping files, including anti-communist articles 1945-50
Dramatization rights 1948-52
Agam, Yaacov 1964-81
The Agony and the Ecstasy
Analyses of story by Vatican representatives and Italian officials 1961, 1984
Clipping files 1957-92
Clipping files 1963-84
Great Adventures of Michelangelo - clipping file 1965
Screen Writers Guild arbitration 1964 Nov.
American Peasant - rejection letters 1934-40
Beverly Hills Improvement Association 1963-66
The biographical novel 1955-67
"Biography of an American Century" [future project?] 1949-56
Books given away (lists) 1949-90
Breton, Andre 
Buffet, Bernard 1953-59
Art magazines and newspapers 1952
California Museum of Science and Industry - Irving Stone's Jack London 1976-78
California State University and Colleges
Committee for the Arts 1967-86
Art program proposal 1967
Contemporary California Art from the Lytton Collection 1967-68
Mailing lists/Skiba, Pauline 1967
Solicitation/Acknowledgment letters 1966-68
Regrets 1967, undated
Clarence Darrow for the Defense
Certificate of copyright 1941 Oct.
Clipping files 1941-82, undated
Clipping file 1981, undated
Contract with Ruby H. Darrow 1939 July
Dramatization notes 1944 Dec.
Theatrical production, Dome Productions 1973-74, undated
"Complete Story of American Painting" [future project]
Notes and clippings 1945-48, undated
Cook, Captain James 1979-80
Copyright amendment 1975-76, undated
Anthology, "Mind of Clarence Darrow" 1955-61, undated
Clarence Darrow Centennial 1955-57
Clipping 1957 April
Clarence Darrow Community Center 1963-67
Clarence Darrow Memorial Dedication 1987 Sept.
Clarence Darrow Octagonal House 1963-66, undated
Clipping 1962 July
Television series of cases undated
Darwin, Charles 1979-82, undated
Clipping 1982 April
Natural History Museum of Los Angeles Exhibition 1980-81, undated
Certificate of copyright registration 1937 May
Clipping files 1935-58, undated
Theatrical reading project 1953-56, undated
Depths of Glory - clipping files 1985-87
Lachman-Merritt 1940-46, undated
Dome Productions vs. Irving Stone 1973-80
Dostoevski, Fyodore [future project?] 1982-84
Clipping 1976 Jan.
Douglass House Foundation 1970-74
Drakulic, Milka 1966-67, undated
Clipping files 1948-67
Clipping file 1967 Sept.
Edgemont Hospital 1956-74, undated
Schedule of partner's capital accounts 1962-63
Eisenhower 1952 campaign 1952 Aug.-Oct.
Eugene V. Debs Foundation 1947-69
Expo 67, Montreal, Quebec 1967
False Witness - clipping file 1940
Future projects, miscellaneous 1948-84, undated
Article relating to Beethoven 1984 May
Gitlin, Paul vs. Irving and Jean Stone 1965-69, undated
Doubleday attachments 1965-66, undated
Gogh, Vincent van 1946-56, undated
Clippings [France] undated
Goldman, Emma undated
Eugene V. Debs correspondence, March 1926-April 1928 undated
Jack London correspondence, May 1911-Nov. 1913 undated
The Greek Treasure
Clipping files 1955-76, undated
Clipping file 1973
Greystone Mansion 1964-66
Gulbenkian, Calouste [future project] 1968 Nov., undated
Le Collection de la Foundation de Calouste Gulbenkian (catalog) 1962 Nov.
Hammer, Armand 1983-88
University of California, Los Angeles, International Student Center, Neil H. Jacoby International Award 1984 Jan.-Feb.
Project [festschrift?] undated
Prologue [to festschrift?] by Senator Claiborne Pell undated
Hebald, Milton undated
Hemingway, Ernest - anecdote for Carlos Baker 1966-68
"History of Writing" [future project]
Drafts 1984-85, undated
I, Michelangelo, Sculptor - clipping files 1961-62
Clipping files 1944-68
Clipping files 1945-54
Clipping file 1945 April
Irving Stone: An Exhibition - Barker Wright Memorial, Bath (Me.) 1964-65
Jeremiah [future project?] 1978-81
John Birch Society - clipping 1964 Sept.
John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation - Fellowship application form, and correspondence 1935-43
Johnson, Lyndon Baines, "Great Society"
Clipping files 1965 Oct.
Clipping files 1965 Oct.
League of American Writers, School for Writers - correspondence, notes and publicity 1939-45
London, Jack 1971-76, undated
Map to London's cabin undated
Samuel Bronston biography 1942-44
To Build a Fire television adaptation 1966 Oct., undated
Los Angeles 1965 June, undated
Love Is Eternal
Cartoon by F. Zimmer regarding best seller status undated
Clipping files 1954-55, undated
Clipping files 1954-55
Lust for Life
Brazilian scrapbook 1941 April
Clipping files 1934-68, undated
Clipping files 1934-87, undated
Congratulatory telegrams from first printing 1934 Sept.
Fiftieth anniversary clippings 1984 July-Aug.
Madera Project 1985 Oct.
Publicity 1985 Oct.
"The Male American" [future project?] 1962-68
"The Master Forger: the Van Meegeren Story" 1951-52
Matisse, Henri 1948 April
Men to Match My Mountains
Clipping files 1956-86
Television series 1962-63, undated
Michelangelo 1960-64, undated
Clipping 1960 June
Robert Clemens reviews 1962-65
Robert Clemens reviews 1962-64
Mike Merrick Enterprises 1974-76
National Library Week 1961-62, undated
Allan Nevins Memorial Fund - including correspondence with Henry E. Huntington Library 1971-78, undated
Columbia University Oral History interview 1969 March, undated
New York World's Fair (1964-1965) - Vatican Pavilion 1962-65, undated
Concept drawing and article undated
Niarchos, Stavros - clippings 1959 Nov.
Nobel Prize in Literature - nominations and correspondence 1979 Feb.-Oct.
"John Nobel Retrospective", Witchita (Kan.) 1981-82
Art Museum, Witchita (Kan.), 1982 Oct. 1982-83, undated
Clipping 1982 Oct.
"The Organizers of the Armory Show", University of Kansas Museum of Art, Lawrence (Kan.) 1963-64
Provincetown Winter 1988 March
"Retrospective Exhibition," Hammer Collection 1959
Noble, John A. 1974 March
Clipping files 1980-85, undated
Clipping file 1980-81
The Passionate Journey undated
Clipping files 1949-50
The Passions of the Mind 1971-89, undated
Clipping file 1970-81
Pissaro: His Life and Work - dust jacket fragment undated
The President's Lady - clipping files 1951-55
Public Health Service - Cancer Control Series 1967-69
Research Institute of America
Writings and clippings 1943-47
"Romance of Life" [future project] 1960-66
Rome Daily American World Series Contest 1957 Oct. 11-21
Roosevelt, Eleanor [future project] 1961, 1984
Rosza, Miklos - autobiography 1989
Sailor On Horseback
Clipping files 1938-39
Clipping files 1938-72, undated
Clipping files 1938-80, undated
Commemorative stamps undated
Film treatment undated
Iliou Mélathron restoration 1972-79, undated
Schweitzer, Albert 1952-79, undated
Clippings 1951-75, undated
Albert Schweitzer biography [future project] 1969-80, undated
Fellows for Schweitzer - including correspondence from Lee Ellerbrock and Albert Schweitzer 1952-68, undated
Sigmund Freud Institute 1968-73
Sinclair, Upton 1923, 1943, 1982
Socialism 1947, undated
Socrates [future project] 1957-67, undated
Soviet Writers Delegation 1968-86
"Span of Glory" 1983 Jan.-Oct.
Sponsors for Government Action Against Cancer 1946 March-July
State Committee on Public Education
Correspondence and agenda items 1965-70, undated
Report 1967 June
Revision drafts 1968, undated
"Story of an American Century" [future project] 1987-88
The Story of Michelangelo's Pieta - clipping files 1964 Jan.-April
Studies for a book of short biographies 1938-40, undated
They Also Ran
Clipping files 1943-74, undated
Clipping files 1944, 1976-82, undated
Those Who Love
Clipping files 1961-67, undated
Clipping files 1961-67 Oct.
Tomorrow Magazine : "Hometown Revisited" series 1947-50
University of California, Berkeley - People's Park Riots 1969 May-Oct.
Clippings 1969 May
Warren, Earl 1949-54
"When Did Man Become Man" [future project?] 1987 May-Sept.
Writings 1978-84, undated
Wilhelm Schôle 1973-89, undated
Publicity 1974 Feb., undated
Wright, Frank Lloyd 1961-62, 1984, undated
Young Musicians Foundation 1960, undated
Series 7: Personal Papers, 1923-1989, undated
Scope and Content Note
Subseries 7.1: Family Correspondence, 1935-1989, undated
Scope and Content Note
Cohen, Harry and Mary Tennebaum 1949-51
Cohen, Irwin 1942-49
Copeland, Isabel Morris 1943
Haskins, Howard 1942-56
Haskins, Rebecca undated
Howard, Jules and June Rosenberg 1957 Dec.
Hubbell, Vincent 1967-89
Kahn, Wendy undated
Kahn, Shirley 1944
Kasle, Sam, Hannah and family 1945-51
Kollmeyer, Delphine Cohen 1951, 1980
Levin, Joseph and Dora Tennebaum 1957-66
Levin, Jerry Lee 1947
Levy, Sadie and Hazel 1943-69
Lichtman, Mary Tennebaum Cohen 1944-80
Lord, Ben and family 1945-50
Marcus, Isidor 1960-61
Maxwell, Charlotte Seidkin 1944-73
Moskowitz, Stella Factor 1944-72
Oppenheimer, Phillip 1961
Oppenheimer, Sigmund and Gertrude 1941-88
Seidkin, Harry and Belle (Miriam) 1951-58
Seidkin, Julia Rosenberg 1943
Seidkin, Phyllis 1943-87
Seigel, Dini 1957
Seigel, Herbert and Irma (Norma) Factor 1936-73
Slaner, Jessie R[osenburg] 1972-73
Stol, Bernard and Adeline 1942-63
Stone, Jean Factor 1935-78
Stone, Kenneth 1948-83
Stone, Kenneth and Paula 1950-55
Stone, Paula 1937-88
Symmes, Marion Lawrence 1951
Titus, Albert 1943-46
Titus, Bessie Tennebaum Lachman 1944-57
Subseries 7.2: Personal Miscellany, 1923-1989, undated
Scope and Content Note
Rosenberg family tree 1989 June
Tennebaum geneological information and family tree 1983 March
Miscellany regarding parents 1941 March, undated
Birth notice [transcribed] 1936 July
Kappa Nu Record - pages depicting Stone's Chapter (copies) 
University of California, Berkeley - Bachelors degree diploma 1923 July
University of Southern California
Graduate economics seminar term paper (photocopy, bound) [1924 June]
Masters degree thesis (photocopy) [1924 May]
Masters degree diploma 1924 June
Wedding invitation [1934 Feb.]
Wedding telegrams 1934 Feb.
First anniversary telegrams 1935 Feb.
Third anniversary telegrams 1937 Feb.
Thirty-eighth birthday telegrams 1941 July
Thirty-ninth birthday telegrams 1942 July
Forty-third birthday telegrams 1946 July
Thirteenth anniversary telegrams 1947 Feb.
Twentieth anniversary cards 1954 Feb.
Fifty-eighth birthday telegrams 1961 July
Thirtieth anniversary party invitation 1964 Feb.
Thirty-fifth anniversary invitation and correspondence 1969 Jan.-Feb.
Sixtieth birthday telegrams 1971 July
Sixty-eighth birthday cards 1971 July
Guest list for party [forty-second anniversary?] 1976 March
Cards, letters, and telegrams 1978 July-Aug.
Birthday greeting from Los Angeles, Calif., by Tom Bradley, Mayor 1978 July
"What is a Writer?" - reprinted as broadside by Azusa Pacific College 1978 July
California's Irving Stone: His Life and Times, testimonial dinner and exhibition, California Museum of Science and Industry - program planning correspondence 1978 April-July
Exhibition correspondence and material 1978 May-Aug.
Guest lists, invitiation mock-ups, acceptances and regrets 1978 May-July
Publicity 1978 June-Aug.
Publicity 1978 July
Proposals to KCET, Los Angeles 1978 June 30
Ephemera and birthday telegrams 1978 July 12-14
Thank you notes from Irving Stone 1978 July 12-31
Attendees' thank you notes 1978 July-Aug.
Passover seder invitations 1979 April 4
Letters and cards 1983 July-Aug.
Ephemera 1983 July
Birthday party correspondence and ephemera 1981-83
Fiftieth anniversary guest list 1984 Feb.
Ephemera 1988 July
Birthday party guest list and ephemera 1988 July
Memorial service program 1989 Aug.
Certificates of Discharge from shipping service 1930-32
Air Raid Warden miscellany 1941-42
Caricature of Stone by Augusto Rodrigues 1941
Selective Service miscellany 1942-44
Poem for "Gordon's Party" 1964 June
Guest and mailing lists for miscellaneous events and exhibitions 1968-86, undated
Snapshots from unidentified dinner parties 1982, undated
Irving Stone Memorial Bench - correspondence and photographs 1976-78
Paula Stone miscellany 1956 July 20
Kenneth Stone miscellany [1970s], undated
Lithograph[?] by Paul Aizpiri, 3 out of 15, signed, "Á Kenny pour votre anniversaire Aizpiri" undated
Guardianship of Paula and Kenneth Stone 1955-60
Medical miscellany 1937-90, undated
Financial miscellany 1937-89, undated
House miscellany 1937-89, undated
Encino, Calif. home photograph and floorplan 1937 Dec., undated
North Maple Drive, Beverly Hills, Calif., deed 1945 Aug.
Auto miscellany 1945-86, undated
Calendar 1961 July
Address lists and books [1940s], 1982, undated
Notes and correspondence from secretaries 1947-75, undated
Employment applications and letters of recommendations for staff 1944-87
Office equipment correspondence and brochures 1952-70, undated
Miscellaneous notes and clippings 1929, 1953-56, undated
Miscellaneous notes and clippings 1936, 1956-62, 1985, undated
Series 8: Jean Stone Papers, 1934-1990, undated
Scope and Content Note
Biographical material, resumes 1984-89
Article, "It Takes Two to Make A Career" - Suburbia Today
Published copy 1962 Nov.
National Council of Jewish Juniors, Jersey City, N.J. 1934 Oct.
Soroptimist Club, Beverly Hills, Calif. 1955 May
"A Chat with Irving Stone's Helpmate" - Joan Hawkes, Boston Traveler (Mass.) 1965 Dec.
"Jean Stone Lives Up to Dedication" - Toni Frank, Evening Outlook (Santa Monica, Calif.) 1971 March
"Marriage is not a dying institution...", Associated Press
"Tender Trap Changes Pace" - Virginian-Pilot (Norfolk-Portsmouth, Va.) 1971 March
"Reasons for Marriage Today Better" - Sioux Falls Argus Leader (S.D.) 1971 April
"The Novel Life of Jean Stone" - Joan McKinney, Oakland Tribune 1971 March
"Author's Wife is 'Editor-in-Residence'" - Marcia Schultz, Seattle Times 1971 March
"Reflections of an Editor-Wife" - Kay Loving, Chicago Tribune 1971 April
"To His Editor in Residence" - Bettye Auding, States Item (New Orleans, La.) 1971 April
"Mrs. Stone Gets Her Due Credit" - Sandra Pesman, Los Angeles Times 1971 April
"Mrs. Irving Stone: The Woman Behind the Author" - Violet Dewey, Milwaukee Journal (Wisc.) 1971 April
"Author's Wife Finds Own Identity in Work" - Kathryn Boardman, St. Paul Dispatch (Minn.) 1971 April
"Famed Author's Wife Stands Beside Him" - Hazel Neu, The Daily Californian (Berkeley, Calif.) 1971 May
"Michelangelo, Freud Are Her Pals" - Pat McDonnell, Long Beach Press Telegram 1971 June
"Mrs. Irving Stone Shares Husband's Lust for Life, Writing" - Eleanor Breitmeyer, Detroit News (Mich.) 1975 Oct.
Travel files - Straits of Magellen - "Explorer Certificate" 1984 April
The Huntington Westerners - Jessie Benton Frémont Award 1989-90
West P.E.N. Center, Maxwell Perkings Award for Editing - acceptance speech undated
Friends of Childcare, inc. - Woman of Achievement 1988
Beverly Hills Cultural Foundation 1967-73, undated
Greystone Mansion Advisory Committee 1966, 1969-70
Studio Watts Workshop/Institute of International Education scholarships 1968-71
University of California, Los Angeles
Associates of the Institute of Ethnomusicology 1968-71, undated
International Student Center 1963-70
Personal miscellany [1940s]
Personal publicity 1954, 1961, 1988
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