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Finding Aid for the Gladwin Hill Papers, ca. 1935-
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Gladwin Hill Papers ca. 1935-1991


New York Times story manuscripts also include a great deal of unpublished material in the form of memos to editors with story suggestions, background information, etc. It should not be assumed that every story waspublished. Also, editing of stories in New York would render the published version different from the originally submitted manuscript.
Boxes 1-16

Manuscripts of New York Times articles on general subjects. 1946-1980

Scope and Content Note

Related notes and correspondence are provided with the manuscripts, where they have survived.


Sorted alphabetically by subject.
Boxes 17-21

New York Times manuscript duplicates.

Scope and Content Note

Possibly duplicating some of the material in boxes 1 through 7.
Boxes 21-29

New York Times manuscripts on environmental subjects.

Scope and Content Note

Grouped alphabetically by subject.
Boxes 29-36

New York Times manuscripts of stories on Western U.S. politics. 1946-1960s

Scope and Content Note

These are grouped rather haphazardly -- sometimes chronologically, sometimes by subject alphabetically, and sometimes by personality name.
Boxes 36-37

Associated Press manuscripts: “Screwy News” features. 1939

Boxes 36-37

General subjects.

Boxes 36-37

Ringling Brothers Barnum & Bailey Circus. 1936-1941

Boxes 36-37

World War II. 1942-1944

Boxes 37-43

Magazine article manuscripts, including correspondence with publishers. 1940s-

Scope and Content Note

Also, “Madman in a Lifeboat” manuscript.
Boxes 43-46

World's Fair Magazne article manuscripts. 1980 through 1991

Boxes 43-46

Maturity News Service manuscript. Late 1980s-1991

Boxes 43-46

Book review manuscripts. 1960s-1990

Scope and Content Note

Also, recent Op-Ed projects, published and unpublished.
Boxes 46-48

Awards; media projects (e.g., radio survey), works in progress; unpublished short story manuscripts.

Boxes 46-48

Essays written under pseudonyms. 1950s-1960s

Boxes 48-51

Interview notes.

Boxes 48-51

Personal diaries. 1935-1973

Boxes 51-61

New York Times Los Angeles Bureau records and correspondence. 1940s-1970

Boxes 61-66

USC workshop notes, projects and correspondence.

Boxes 66-69

Earthquake Manual project, prepared in conjunction with members of Greater Los Angeles Press Club.

Scope and Content Note

Also, Hollywoodland Homeowners Association notes and correspondence.
Boxes 69-72

Personal and professional correspondence. 1970-1992

Boxes 72-77

Family correspondence. 1920s-1950s

Boxes 77-84

Family corresondence, including World War II. 1930s-1940s

Boxes 85-87

Family correspondence. 1940s to present

Boxes 88-93

Manuscripts of speeches and lectures. 1946-1973

Boxes 93-96


Boxes 97-108

“Dancing Bear” manuscript, correspondence and raw notes.

Boxes 109-110

World War II notebooks, manuscripts, ephemera.

Boxes 111-112

Photos and family data.


(Box 111 is a flat box)
Boxes 112-114

Interview notes. 1960s