Robert Auletta papers
Plays, notebooks, and correspondence of American playwright, Robert Auletta.
- circa 1960-2019
- Auletta, Robert (Person)
Conditions Governing Access
Open for research.
Extent13 linear feet (13 boxes, 2 tubes)
Collection includes plays, publicity material, correspondence, notebooks, books, and posters.
Biographical / Historical
Robert Auletta (1940-2020) was an American playwright.
Arranged as received.
The collection was in the hands of the creator and his partner Jeni Breen prior to acquisition.
Immediate Source of Acquisition
Gift of Jeni Breen, Colleen Auletta, and Deirdre Auletta, 2021 September.
Collection was boxed by Dale Stinchcomb in the order created by the donor.
- Auletta, Robert. Robert Auletta papers, circa 1960-2019 (MS Thr 2143). Houghton Library, Harvard University.
- Houghton Library, Harvard University
- 2021 October 4
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