Miscellaneous screen, stage, and radio scripts
19th-21st-century typescript and manuscript American and European stage scripts, radio scripts, television scripts, and screenplays.
Extent31 linear feet (58 boxes)
Typescripts and a few manuscripts of 19th-21st-century American and European stage scripts, radio scripts, television scripts, and screenplays, including Tom Stoppard's Arcadia, Vaclev Havel's Audience, George M. Cohen's Bille, Frank Darabont's The Green Mile, and David Mamet's The Old Neighborhood, among many others.
Arranged in this finding aid alphabetically by title in one series (shelved in two series, screen and stage, as noted).
Numbers, where they occur in titles, are treated as though they were spelled out.
Immediate Source of Acquisition
Received from various sources at various times. Accession information is given with the item entry where known.
Processed by Monique Duhaime, with help and additions from Melanie Wisner.
- Miscellaneous screen, stage, and radio scripts, circa 1859-2007: Guide.
- Houghton Library, Harvard College Library
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