Robert D. and Marjorie S. Graff collection on Sean O'Casey
Materials by and about Sean O'Casey collected by Robert D. and Marjorie S. Graff.
- Graff, Robert D., 1919- (Collector, Person)
Language of Materials
Collection materials are in English.
Conditions Governing Access
There are no restrictions on physical access to this material.
Extent1.25 linear feet (4 boxes)
Collection of broadsides, letters, compositions, screenplays, and photographs relating to or by Sean O'Casey. Includes materials on: Young Cassidy (film version of Mirror in my house); The drums of Father Ned; and Under a colored cap. Correspondents include: Julie Christie, Marcel Duchamp, Robert D. Graff, John Ford, Laurence Olivier, and Bernard Shaw.
Biographical / Historical
Sean O'Casey was an Irish playwright.
Arranged alphabetically by author, then by title.
Please note that item 26 was omitted from this finding aid.
Immediate Source of Acquisition
87M-88. Manuscripts presented by: Robert D. and Marjorie S. Graff, High Time Farm, Box 217, Far Hills, New Jersey 07931; received 1983 December.
Processed by: Bonnie B. Salt
- Graff, Robert D., 1919-, collector. Robert D. and Marjorie Graff collection on Sean O'Casey, 1916-1980 (MS Eng 1384): Guide.
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