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Maxwell Anderson papers, 1930-1948.

Author: Maxwell Anderson
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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The collection includes a photostatic copy of a typescript of Anderson's screenplay for the film "Winterset" (1936) and four letters. The screenplay for "Winterset," a film directed by Alfred Santell and starring Burgess Meredith, John Carradine, and Margo, is dated 1 October 1935 and stampled "Complete" and "Property of the Oliver Hinsdell Studio." It has a paper label identifying it as script number 1442 of the  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Motion picture plays
Named Person: Maxwell Anderson; Maxwell Anderson; Francis Rufus Bellamy; Orrick Johns; Allan Nevins; D F Wright
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Maxwell Anderson
OCLC Number: 26661097
Notes: In Rare Book Literary and Historical Papers, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (#12007-z).
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The collection includes a photostatic copy of a typescript of Anderson's screenplay for the film "Winterset" (1936) and four letters. The screenplay for "Winterset," a film directed by Alfred Santell and starring Burgess Meredith, John Carradine, and Margo, is dated 1 October 1935 and stampled "Complete" and "Property of the Oliver Hinsdell Studio." It has a paper label identifying it as script number 1442 of the Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Corporation of Culver City, Calif. Letters are from Anderson to F.R. Bellamy, 1941, authorizing a radio production of Unto the Least of These; to Allan Nevins, 1930, about selling a house on 113th Street in New York City that had belonged to Nevins and including a brief note giving background information about the house issue (Nevins's name is typed at the top, but there is no signature); to Orrick Johns, undated, about Anderson's critics and publishing opportunities for Johns's poems in the Measure: A Journal of Poetry; and to D.F. Wright, 1948, about a gift of olive oil from Crete and concern about the political situation in Greece.

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