Herbert B. Ehrmann papers
Correspondence, scripts, and scrapbooks relating to the American dramatist and author Herbert Ehrmann.
Language of Materials
Collection materials are in English.
Conditions Governing Access
There are no restrictions on physical access to this material. Collection is open for research.
Extent2 linear feet (3 boxes)
Contains scripts, scrapbooks, correspondence, contracts, box office statements, stories and poems relating primarily to Ehrmann's theatrical career. Includes correspondence between Ehrmann and the American dramatist and producer George S. Kaufman, pertaining to their lawsuit (1938-1942).
Biographical / Historical
Ehrmann (1891-1970; A.B., 1912, LL.B., 1914) was an American dramatist and author.
Organized into the following series:
- I. Scripts
- II. Other papers
Immediate Source of Acquisition
2003MT-136. Gift of Mrs. Herbert B. Ehrmann; received: 1971 February 17.
- Ehrmann, Herbert B. (Herbert Brutus), b. 1891. Herbert B. Ehrmann papers, 1915-1968: Guide.
- Houghton Library, Harvard College Library
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