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John Hall papers, 1950-1997.

Author: John Hall
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Correspondence and manuscripts including drafts, typescript, notes, photographs, mimeographed scripts and printed materials, re. Hall's plays, radio and television scripts, short stories, and novels. Among the cataloged correspondents are: Alan Ayckbourn, Robert Bolt, Christopher Fry, Sir John Gielgud, and Harold Pinter.
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Genre/Form: Diaries
First drafts
Novels
Outlines
Plays
Playscripts
Poems
Programs
Short stories
Summaries
Synopses
Scripts
Named Person: Harry Andrews; Alan Ayckbourn; H E Bates; Robert Bolt; Anthony Crosland; Alan Brien; Anna Calder-Marshall; Andrew Cruickshank; Albert Finney; Frederick Forsyth; Christopher Fry; John Gielgud; Marius Goring; Jo Grimond; Peter Hall, Sir; Jack Hawkins; John Heath-Stubbs; Ian McKellen, Sir; Siân Phillips; Harold Pinter; Donald Pleasence; Michael Redgrave, Sir.; Ralph David Richardson, Sir.; Donald Sinden; John Smith; John Robert Whiting; Norman Shrapnel; Roger L Stevens; J C Trewin; Arnold Wesker
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: John Hall
OCLC Number: 458424721
Language Note: Material is in English.
Description: 23 linear ft. ( 49 boxes)
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Correspondence and manuscripts including drafts, typescript, notes, photographs, mimeographed scripts and printed materials, re. Hall's plays, radio and television scripts, short stories, and novels. Among the cataloged correspondents are: Alan Ayckbourn, Robert Bolt, Christopher Fry, Sir John Gielgud, and Harold Pinter.

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