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Marion Meade papers, 1859-1993

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Series I; Cataloged Correspondence



Box 1 Addams, Charles


Box 1 Barry, Ellen


Box 1 Bellow, Saul


Box 1 Booth, Shirley


Box 1 Cowley, Malcolm


Box 1 Fiedler, Leslie


Box 1 Gelhorn, Martha


Box 1 Hahn, Emily


Box 1 Hayes, Helen


Box 1 Matthau, Walter


Box 1 Morris, Wright


Box 1 Mumford, Lewis


Box 1 Robson, Flora


Box 1 Sayre, Nora


Box 1 Schulberg, Budd


Box 1 Smith, Scottie


Box 1 Vanderbilt, Gloria


Box 1 White, E.B.


Box 1 Wilbur, Richard

Series II: Arranged Correspondence



Box 1 A to L



Box 2 M to Z

Series III: Manuscripts



Box 3 Dorothy Parker: "What Fresh Hell is This?" t.m.s. (1st draft) with soft cover edition



Box 4 Dorothy Parker: "What Fresh Hell is This?" (setting copy) with hard cover edition

Series IV: Subject Files, Chronological



Box 5 Introductory material and research material, 1893-1919



Box 6 1920-1926



Box 7 1926-1933



Box 8 1930-1939



Box 9 1940-1954



Box 10 1955-1967

Series V; Subject Files, Alphabetical



Box 11 Bibliography - Corrections



Box 12 FBI - Genealogy



Box 13 Goodner - Notebooks



Box 14 Parker - Photos used



Box 15 Vanessa - Works (1940-1967)

Series VI: Audio Cassettes



Box 16 Audio cassettes (1) of interviews



Box 17 Audio Cassettes (2) of interviews (with related logs and transcripts).


Box 17 Marcovicci, Andrea. "What is Love" [incl "I Wished On The Moon" & "The Red Dress" by Parker]

Series VII: Oversize Folders 1-2 Subject Files: Alphabetical



Box Flat Box 317 1. Illustrations not used in book


Box Flat Box 317 2. Illustrations used in book (mock-ups)

Series VIII: Addition



Box 18 Marion Meade. Dorothy Parker: What Fresh Hell Is This (New York: Penguin, 2007)


Box 18 Marion Meade "Ladies of the Corridor" t.m.s. (author's copy with corrections)


Box 18 Dorothy Parker and Arnaud D'Usseau. The Ladies of the Corridor (New York: Penguin, 2008)


Box 18 Arnaud D'Usseau. 2 audio tapes and 1 cd on Parker


Box 18 American Theatre (April, 2008)