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  • Format Mixed Materials
  • Physical Details
    • 0.4 c.f. (1 archives box)
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  • Papers of an editor of "Theatre Arts" magazine (1918-1946), chiefly consisting of correspondence and manuscripts of articles, poetry, and two operettas by Mrs. Isaacs and members of her family. Among the prominent correspondents are Jacques Copeau, Paul Green, Martha Graham, Edith Hamilton, Robert Edmond Jones, D. H. Lawrence, Thornton Wilder, and Stark Young. In additon to the Isaacs' writings the collection includes articles by Edward Bourdet, Edward Gordon Craig, Paul Green, and Langston Hughes; an annotated typescript of "A Note on the Theatre" by William Saroyan; and notes on "Mourning Becomes Electra" by Eugene O'Neill.


  • Presented by Marion R. I. Brody, Hermine I. Popper, Lewis Isaacs, New York, N.Y., 1963 and 1969; and Nafe E. Katter, Storrs, Connecticut, 1964.
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