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Ward Morehouse papers, 1877-1966

Author: Ward MorehouseBrooks AtkinsonMaude AdamsIrving BerlinConstance CollierAll authors
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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The Ward Morehouse papers contain correspondence, interviews, writings, articles and ephemera documenting his career as a journalist, drama critic and playwright.
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Genre/Form: Interviews
Named Person: Ward Morehouse; Maude Adams; Tallulah Bankhead; Ethel Barrymore; David Belasco; Irving Berlin; Billie Burke; Ina Claire; George M Cohan; Katharine Cornell; Noel Coward; Edna Ferber; William Gillette; Ruth Gordon; Cedric Hardwicke; Jed Harris; Moss Hart; Helen Hayes; Katharine Hepburn; Josephine Hull; Elia Kazan; Gertrude Lawrence; Alfred Lunt; Lynn Fontanne; W Somerset Maugham; Clifford Odets; Arthur Wing Pinero; Marjorie Rambeau; Richard Rodgers; Gloria Swanson; Mike Todd; John Van Druten; A H Woods; Maude Adams; Tallulah Bankhead; Ethel Barrymore; David Belasco; Irving Berlin; Billie Burke; Ina Claire; George M Cohan; Katharine Cornell; Noel Coward; Edna Ferber; Lynn Fontanne; William Gillette; Ruth Gordon; Cedric Hardwicke; Jed Harris; Moss Hart; Helen Hayes; Katharine Hepburn; Josephine Hull; Elia Kazan; Gertrude Lawrence; Alfred Lunt; W Somerset Maugham; Ward Morehouse; Clifford Odets; Arthur Wing Pinero; Marjorie Rambeau; Richard Rodgers; Gloria Swanson; Mike Todd; John Van Druten; A H Woods
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Archival Material, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Ward Morehouse; Brooks Atkinson; Maude Adams; Irving Berlin; Constance Collier; Joan Crawford; William Fields; Elsie Ferguson; William Gillette; Lillian Gish; Norman Hackett; Oscar Hammerstein, II; Moss Hart; Helen Hayes; Hal Holbrook; Elia Kazan; Alfred Lunt; Lynn Fontanne; Grant Mitchell; Frank Morgan; Channing Pollock; Marjorie Rambeau; Samson Raphaelson; Basil Rathbone
OCLC Number: 122625957
Description: 1.25 linear feet (3 boxes)

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The Ward Morehouse papers contain correspondence, interviews, writings, articles and ephemera documenting his career as a journalist, drama critic and playwright.

The materials are rich in information on the theater community in the mid part of the 20th century. Through the interviews one gains a sense of Morehouse's writing style which brings the personalities to life through his sharp and often witty characterizations. Personalities of note documented in the collection include Irving Berlin, William A. Brady, Billie Burke, William Gillette, Moss Hart, Helen Hayes, Katharine Hepburn, Elia Kazan, Lunt and Fontanne, Clifford Odets, Marjorie Rambeau, Richard Rodgers and Dwight Deere Wiman.

Other materials in the collection include research notes, correspondence and drafts for a proposed biography of Dwight Deere Wiman. Information included encompasses not only Wiman himself but his family including the Deere family. Of special note is a letter from M. Byer Allan (Rita Jolivet) describing her experience as a passenger during the sinking of the Lusitania.

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