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Albert Maltz papers, 1940-1983

Albert Maltz papers, 1940-1983

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Box 1 Short story manuscripts

Season of Celebration; A Piece of Paper; Afternoon in the Jungle; Sunday Morning on 20th Street; A Gentleman and his Son; Gypsy and the Dropforge Man; The Game; Goodbye; Letter from the Country; fragment of a short story begun in college; A Good American; Circus Come to Town; They Way Things Are.



Box 2 The Cross & The Arrow (1) p. 1-799



Box 3 The Cross & The Arrow (2) p. 880- end



Box 4 The Cross & The Arrow (3) Incomplete Draft; Discarded Drafts



Box 5 The Cross & The Arrow (4)p. 1-677



Box 6 Journey of Simon McKeever (1)



Box 7 Journey of Simon McKeever (2), notes and other material



Box 8 The Underground Stream (draft and notes)



Box 9 The Underground Stream



Box 10 The Underground Stream (draft)



Box 11 Of Kings and Pawns (notes and discarded drafts)


Box 11 The Masters (notes)



Box 12 A Long Day in a Short Life (1) p. 1-340



Box 13 A Long Day in a Short Life (2) p. 341-753



Box 14 A Long Day in a Short Life (3) (first draft and notes)



Box 15 A Long Day in a Short Life (4) (notes)



Box 16 A Long Day in a Short Life (draft)



Box 17 Miscellaneous (notes and sketches for characters and incidents)



Box 18 Notes and Drafts of: To Climb the Pyranees


Box 18 Notes and Drafts of: Husband and Wife


Box 18 Notes and Drafts of: With Laughter



Box 19 A Tale of One January (notes)



Box 20 A Tale of One January (final draft and published edition)



Box 21 Photocopies of Notes


Box 21 Correspondence



Box 22 The Citizen Writer in Retrospect (Oral History, UCLA), 1983