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William Goldman papers, 1949-1997

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Call No.: MS#0496
Bib ID 5018084 View CLIO record
Creator(s) Goldman, William, 1931-
Title William Goldman papers, 1949-1997
Physical Description 110 linear feet (241 document boxes; 3 flat boxes; 1 mapcase)
Language(s) English .
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Arrangement

Arrangement

This collection is arranged in ten series.

Description

Summary

Correspondence, manuscripts, notes, drafts, photographs, tapes, clippings, printed material, and memorabilia covering the career of William Goldman.

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2019-05-20 EAD was imported spring 2019 as part of the ArchivesSpace Phase II migration.

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"CUL Collections:"
"CLIO"
"Nat'l / Int'l Archives:"
"ArchivedGRID"
Goldman, William, 1931- Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Literature, Modern Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Motion picture authorship Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Motion picture industry -- United States Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Motion pictures and literature Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Novelists -- United States Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID
Screenwriters -- United States Portal CLIO ArchiveGRID

History / Biographical Note

Biographical / Historical

William Goldman is best-know as a novelist, playwright and screenwriter. He was born in Chicago, Illinois in 1931. He received a BA in 1952 from Oberlin College and an MA from Columbia University in 1956. His first novel "Temple of Gold" was published in 1957. He went on to write several other novels including "Boys and Girls Together" (1964)"The Thing of It Is.." (1964); "The Princess Bride" (1974); "Marathon Man" (1975); and "The Color of Light" (1984).

Goldman began writing screenplays in 1965. He has been nominated for several screenwriting awards and has won Oscars for both "Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid" in 1970 and "All The President's Men" in 1977. Other screenplays written by Goldman include "Harper" (1966); "Marathon Man" (1976); "The Princess Bride" (1987); "Misery" (1990); and "Absolute Power" (1997). In 1985 Goldman was the recipient of the Laurel Award for lifetime achievement in screenwriting.

Goldman's nonfiction works include a book about the Broadway theater"The Season" (1969) one about his beloved sports; "Wait Until Next Year" (1988), with Mike Lupica; "Hype and Glory" (1990) about the Cannes Film Festival and the Miss America Pageant; and the highly acclaimed "Adventures of the Screen Trade" (1983), his definitive and personal view of Hollywood and the profession. Goldman was a regular columnist for "New York Magazine" between 1990 and 1994 and has written for "Premiere".

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Series I: Cataloged Correspondence



Box 213 Evans, Robert To: William Goldman, [Hollywood, Ca.], 15 Oct. 1974, 1p. t.l.s, with envelope


Box 213 Grisham, John To: William Goldman, [North Garden, Va.], 5 Dec. 1994, 1p. t.l.s, with notes by Goldman on verso


Box 213 Hamill, Pete To: William Goldman, Encino, Ca., 3 Jan. 1974, 1p. t.l.s, with envelope

[6 marked books added from Hype and Glory box 165]


Box 213 Hill, George Roy To: William Goldman, [New York], 29 Oct. 1982, 2p. t.l.s, with envelope


Box 213 Hill, George Roy To: William Goldman, [Beverly Hills], 13 August 1968, 6p. t.l.s, with envelope


Box 213 Hill. George Roy To: William Goldman, [Hollywood, Ca.], 21 Oct. 1969, 1p. t.l.s.


Box 213 Jovanovich, William To: William Goldman, [New York.], 13 April 1970, 2p. t.l.s, with envelope


Box 213 Kael, Pauline To: William Goldman, [New York.], [14 Jan. 1970], 1p. a.l.s, with related letter


Box 213 Kerr, Walter To: William Goldman, [Larchmont, N.Y.], 10 Oct. 1969, 1p. t.l.s, with envelope


Box 213 Lester, Richard To: William Goldman, [Twickenham, UK], 10 Nov. 1978, 1p. t.l.s.


Box 213 Manilow, Barry To: William Goldman, [Beverly Hills], 8 May 1984, 1p. a.l.s, with related photos and envelope


Box 213 Manilow, Barry To: Bill [Goldman], [Beverly Hills], 9 May 1985, 1p. a.l.s, with envelope


Box 213 Meredith, Burgess To: Bill Goldman, [Malibu], 6 Feb. 1978, 1p. a.l.s.


Box 213 Perot, H Ross To: William Goldman, [Dallas], Dec. 1980 - June 1981, 2 t.l.s, with related photocopies


Box 213 Redford, Robert To: William Goldman, New York, Wengen Switzerland and Geneva Switzerland, n.d., and April 1970 - Nov. 1979, 1p. a.l.s., (with envelope and notes in Goldman's hand); a.l.s, with photo); telegram


Box 213 Reiner, Carl To: William Goldman, [Hollywodd, Ca.], Sept. 1969 - Oct. 1969, 2 t.l.s, with related materials


Box 213 Simon, Neil To: Bill [Goldman], [Hollywood, Ca.], 14 Sept. [1969], 1p. t.l.s, with envelope


Box 213 Sondheim, Stephen To: William Goldman, [New York], 29 March 1977, 1p. telegram


Box 213 Towne, Robert To: William Goldman, Malibu, 29 March 1977, 1p. telegram


Box 213 Valenti, Jack To: William Goldman, Washington, DC., Feb. 1970 - March 1977, 3 telegrams


Box 213 Warner, Jack To: William Goldman, [Century City, Ca.], 8 April 1970, 1p. t.l.s, with envelope


Box 213 Yates, Peter To: Baron Eric de Rothschild, London, 2 April 1991, 1p. facsimilie (with related

Series II: Arranged Correspondence

Arranged on a project basis


Subseries 2.1 Adventures in the Screen Trade



Box 214 Folder 1 Various People To: William Goldman, [v.p.], 1983 - 1986, 4 t.l.s,

[The following series of arranged correspondence is organized on a "project" basis. ]


Subseries 2.2 All the President's Men


Box 214 Folder 2 Various People To: William Goldman, [v.p.], 1974 - 1977

[This folder contains mostly congratulatory notes for his screenplay Oscar]


Subseries 2.3 Brothers


Box 214 Folder 3 Various People To: William Goldman, [v.p.], 1986 - 1987

[Mostly letters pertaining to the publication of the novel]


Subseries 2.4 Butch and Sundance, the Early Years


Box 214 Folder 4 Various People To: William Goldman, [v.p.], 1977 - 1979

[Production oriented letters ]


Subseries 2.5 Chaplin


Box 214 Folder 5 Kathryn Sommer To: William Goldman, Los Angeles, 28 August 1991, 1p. facsimilie,


Subseries 2.6 The Color of Light


Box 214 Folder 6 Various People To: William Goldman, [v.p.], 1984 - 1985

[Letters and materials pertanent to the publication of the novel]


Subseries 2.7 Control


Box 214 Folder 7 Various People To: William Goldman, [v.p.], 1981 - 1984

[Letters pertaing to the publication of the novel]


Subseries 2.8 Father's Day


Box 214 Folder 8 Various People To: William Goldman, [v.p.], 1971


Subseries 2.9 Ghost and the Darkness


Box 214 Folder 9 Various People To: William Goldman, [v.p.], 1989 - 1995

[Production and script correspondence]


Subseries 2.10 The Great Waldo Pepper


Box 214 Folder 10 Various People To: William Goldman, [v.p.], 1972

[Production and script correspondence]


Subseries 2.11 Heat


Box 214 Folder 11 Various People To: William Goldman, [v.p.], 1985

[Personal letters regarding the book]


Subseries 2.12 The Hot Rock


Box 214 Folder 12 Various People To: William Goldman, [v.p.], 1971 - 1973

[Script and production notes]


Subseries 2.13 Hype and Glory


Box 214 Folder 13 Various People To: William Goldman, [v.p.], 1988-1990

[From Miss America officials and Cannes officials]


Subseries 2.14 Magic


Box 214 Folder 14 Various People To: William Goldman, [v.p.], 1976

[Publishers correspondence]


Subseries 2.15 Marathon Man


Box 214 Folder 15 Various People To: William Goldman, [v.p.], 1974 - 1976

[Publishers correspondence and others]


Subseries 2.16 Marathon Man


Box 214 Folder 16 Various People To: William Goldman, [v.p.], 1982


Subseries 2.17 Memoires of an Invisible Man


Box 214 Folder 17 Various People To: William Goldman, [v.p.], 1991

[Mostly legal papers pertaining to Goldman's screen credit status]


Subseries 2.18 The Princess Bride


Box 214 Folder 18 Various People To: William Goldman and George Roy Hill, [v.p.], 1982 - 1987

[Letters pertaining to the production and other film tie-ins]


Subseries 2.19 The Princess Bride


Box 214 Folder 19 Various People To: William Goldman , [v.p.], 1974 - 1993

[Publisher's letters and notes of enthusiasm]


Subseries 2.20 The Silent Gondoliers


Box 214 Folder 20 Various People To: William Goldman, [v.p.], 1983 - 1985

[Correspondence from publishers and others]


Subseries 2.21 Tinsel


Box 214 Folder 21 John Brady To: William Goldman, n.p., 1979 - 1981


Subseries 2.22 Tom Horn


Box 214 Folder 22 Various People To: William Goldman, [v.p.], 1977


Subseries 2.23 Miscellaneous Correspondence


Box 214 Folder 23 Various People To: William Goldman, [v.p.], ca. 1950s


Box 214 Folder 24 Various People To: William Goldman, [v.p.], ca. early 1960s


Box 214 Folder 25 Various People To: William Goldman, [v.p.], ca. late 1960s


Box 214 Folder 26 Various People To: William Goldman, [v.p.], ca. 1970s


Box 214 Folder 27 Various People To: William Goldman, [v.p.], ca. 1980s


Box 214 Folder 28 [?] To: William Goldman, [v.p.], 1962 - 1977

[Congratulatory telegrams without names]


Box 214 Folder 29 [?] To: William Goldman, [v.p.], 1957 - 1980s

[Corrspondence with unknown persons]



Box 215 Folder 1 Kelly, Betty To: William Goldman, [n.p.], Sept. 1978 - April 1982

[Betty Kelly was William Goldman's editor at Delacorte Press Arranged by correspondent]


Box 215 Folder 2 Haydn, Hiram To: William Goldman, [n.p.], 1959 - 1973

[Hiram Haydn was William Goldman's publisher at Harcout Brace Jovanovich]


Box 215 Folder 3 Claiborne, Ross To: William Goldman, [n.p.], 1973 - 1976

[Ross Claiborne was Editorial Director at Dell Publishing]


Subseries 2.24 Fan Mail/Contest



Box 49 Folder 1 & 2 Requests for the "reunion scene" from The Princess Bride.

Series III: Education and Early Writings

Includes his Columbia University M.A. thesis



Box 1 Folder 1 The Shape of the World. t.ms. ; The Good Things of the Earth;. a.ms. ; Assorted writing exercises. a.ms. ; The Two Bears. t.ms. ; Untitled fragment. t.ms. ; Whom the Gods would Destroy.... t.ms. ; M is for the Million Things . t.ms ; What Lamp Has Destiny to Guide Her Little Children Stumbling in the Dark. t.ms., [n.p.], 1949-1961


Box 1 Folder 2 How We Are Clothed; a.ms. ; Untitled fragment; t.ms. ; Something About a Soldier; a.ms. ; Scrutiny of a Mess; t.ms. ; Say Hello to the Oak Trees; a.ms. ; Between Men and Dogs; ; Various writing exercises; a.ms. ; Untitled fragment; t.ms., [n.p.],, 1949-1961


Box 1 Folder 3 Untitled story; t.ms. ; Untitled fragment; t.ms ; Happy Thirtieth Birthday! J & D: a bound collection of t.ms. essays ; A friendly Atmosphere; ; Untitled fragment; t.ms. ; Unitled fragment; t.ms. ; Thlunk; t.ms. ; The Simple Pleasures of the Rich; t.ms. ; Orphan; t.ms. ; Untitled essay; t.ms. ; Untitled; t.ms., [n.p.],, 1949-1961


Box 1 Folder 4 & 5 Always Leon. 3 t.ms. ; Friday Graduation. 3 t.ms. ; Prayer. t.ms., [n.p.], 1949-1961


Box 1 Folder 7 The Comedy of Manners in America , [New York], 1956, 2 t.ms. drafts (with ms. notes & marginalia

[William Goldman's Columbia University Thesis]

Series IV: Manuscripts


Subseries 4.1 Screenplays



Box 10 Folder 10 Draft of short story and autograph notes for Flowers for Algernon: Good Old Charley Gordon

[Based on a short story by Daniel Keyes]


Box 10 Folder 2 Flowers for Algernon: Good Old Charley Gordon; includes draft of short story, [n.p.], 1964


Box 10 Folder 3 Draft and related materials for Masquarade


Box 10 Folder 4 - 7 Drafts, notes and ephemera for Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid



Box 11 Folder 1 First draft of Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid


Box 11 Folder 2 - 5 Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid., Carbon and typescript drafts,


Box 11 Folder 6 Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid , Color coded page revisions ,



Box 12 Folder 1 Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid , Final notes,


Box 12 Folder 1 Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid , Draft notes and production breakdown,


Box 12 Folder 2 - 6 Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid ; --Ephemera: magazine and newpaper clippings, brass belt buckle; award materials from the MPAA (Oscar) and others.


Box 12 Folder 7 Archer based on Moving Target by Ross McDonald, Typescript draft with autograph notes,



Box 13 Folder 1 - 4 Archer , Drafts,


Box 13 Folder 4 - 7 In the Spring the War Ended , 3 drafts,



Box 14 Folder 1 - 2 In the Spring the War Ended , 2 drafts,



Box 15 Folder 1 - 3 The Thing Of It Is with music by Stephen Sondheim, Drafts (all nearly final),

[ Folder 1 contains a file of story notes with working title:Bongiorno Brummell]



Box 16 Folder 1 - 3 The Thing Of It Is aka That's Life, Various drafts,



Box 15 Folder 4 - 7 That's Life ; --Contains story notes with the working title Bongiorno Brummell



Box 16 Folder 6 The Chill , Notes and drafting materials,


Box 16 Folder 7 The Chill , First draft,



Box 17 Folder 1 & 2 The Chill, [n.p.], 1967, Draft,


Box 17 Folder 3 The Chill , Second draft,


Box 17 Folder 4 & 5 The Chill , First final rewrites,


Box 17 Folder 6 - 8 The Chill , Second final rewrites,



Box 35 Folder 1 - 7 The Piano Man adapted from his own novel Father's Day, Various drafts,



Box 225 Two copies of the script for an untitled musical with screenplay by Goldman and score by Stephen Sondheim, [New York], June 19990, 2 binders stamped "UNTITLED",


THE HOT ROCK



Box 37 Folder 1 - 6 Various drafts of the screenplay The Hot Rock ; --This script had the working titles of "Four for the Money " and "The Masterminds", [n.p.],, 1970-1971



Box 38 Folder 1 - 4 Drafts of The Hot Rock



Box 39 Folder 1 - 7 The Hot Rock: Drafts of scripts and research materials


Box 39 Folder 1 Script pages The Hot Rock


Box 39 Folder 2 Color coded draft of The Hot Rock


THE GREAT WALDO PEPPER



Box 41 Folder 1 The Great Waldo Pepper: Second draft, July 29, 1972


Box 41 Folder 2 The Great Waldo Pepper: First final rewrite, February 15, 1973


Box 41 Folder 3 - 5 The Great Waldo Pepper: Second final rewrites, July-August, 1973


Box 41 Folder 6 - 7 The Great Waldo Pepper: Final screenplays, August 22, 1973



Box 42 Folder 1 The Great Waldo Pepper: Script notes, production records, 1973


Box 42 Folder 2 - 5 Drafts of The Great Waldo Pepper


PAPILLON



Box 44 Folder 5 - 7 Papillon materials ; Dry Guillotine by Rene Belbenoit ; Papillion by Henri Charriere (2 copies) ; notes and early drafts of the screeplay Papillion by William Goldman (uncredited)



Box 46 Folder 1 Papillion final draft


THE PRINCESS BRIDE



Box 49 Folder 3 - 6 First drafts of the screenplay The Princess Bride



Box 50 Folder 1 - 8 Princess Bride; notes; first and second drafts of the screenplay



Box 51 Folder 1 - 7 Drafts of the screenplay Princess Bride ; fan mail, reviews and publisher's material for the novel Princess Bride



Box 52 Folder 1 - 7 Revised drafts of the screenplay The Princess Bride ; Notes on script ; Copy of American Film December 1983 containing Princess Bride reference



Box 53 Folder 1 - 7 Final drafts and production notes concerning Rob Reiner as director of the film



Box 54 Folder 1 - 8 Final drafts of the screenplay The Princess Bride some with annotations ; Folder 54 - 8 contains a small folder of promotional material



Box 55 Folder 1 - 5 Revised final drafts, May 3, 1986


Box 55 Folder 6 Production notes



Box 56 Folder 2 Revised draft with storyboards


Box 56 Folder 6 Final draft of screenplay


THE STEPFORD WIVES



Box 58 Folder 6 First draft of screenplay The Stepford Wives by W. Goldman



Box 59 Folder 1 - 6 Stepford Wives drafts and other materials



Box 60 Folder 1 - 5 Stepford Wives: Drafts of the screenplay and MPAA voting materials for the Academy Awards 1973 Academy Awards1973 voting material and wine related research for the screenplay Year of the Comet


THE YEAR OF THE COMET



Box 62 Folder 5 - 7 First drafts of the screenplay Year of the Comet



Box 63 Folder 1 - 6 Copies of the second draft of The Year of the Comet



Box 64 Folder 1-6 Research materials and copies of the third draft of The Year of the Comet



Box 65 Folder 1 - 6 Copies of the third, forth and seventh draft of The Year of the Comet



Box 66 Folder 1 & 2 Seventh and eighth draft of Year of the Comet


MARATHON MAN



Box 68 Folder 6 First draft of the screenplay


Box 68 Folder 7 Revised draft of Marathon Man



Box 69 Folder 1 - 7 Drafts of the screenplay


Box 69 Folder 1 - 3 First drafts of the screenplay


Box 69 Folder 4 - 6 Second drafts of Marathon Man


Box 69 Folder 7 Third draft



Box 70 Folder 1 - 8 Drafts of the screenplay


Box 70 Folder 1 & 2 Third draft


Box 70 Folder 3 Notes and pages Marathon Man


Box 70 Folder 4 - 8 Fourth draft



Box 71 Folder 1 - 4 Marathon Man


Box 71 Folder 1 Clippings, ads, book tie-in


TOM HORN



Box 72 Folder 2 Mr. Horn notes, and pages


Box 72 Folder 3 & 4 Teleplay and notes


ALL THE PRESIDENT'S MEN



Box 79 Folder 1 - 6 Drafts of the William Goldman script



Box 80 Folder 1 - 4 Various versions of the second draft of the screenplay All the President's Men



Box 81 Folder 3 & 4 Script pages


Box 81 Folder 5 & 6 Copies of revised screenplay



Box 82 Folder 1 - 5 Various copies of the script, 1975


THE SEA KINGS



Box 104 Folder 1 - 6 First and second drafts



Box 105 Folder 1 - 7 Second and third drafts, 1991-1994



Box 106 Folder 1 - 4 Third and forth drafts


FLORA QUICK, DEAD OR ALIVE



Box 115 Folder 1 - 5 Screenplay and City in Fear by Albert Ruben, 1979 ; Drafts of the screenplays


THE NATIONAL PASTIME/DAMAGES



Box 187 Folder 1 - 4 Draft pages, second draft; notes and clippings


MAVERICK/LAST ACTION HERO



Box 199 Folder 1 - 5 Drafts, notes and final draft


Subseries 4.2: Novels



Box 1 Folder 6 Untitled; t.ms. ; The Other Way; t.ms. ; When There Was Glory In It; t.ms. ; Untitled; t.ms. ; On The Diamond; ; Survival; t.ms. ; Untitled; t.ms. ; A Great Big House In Brooklyn; t.ms. ; Something From Tiffany's; t.ms. ; Fragment plus a.ms notes ; Fragment; a.ms. ; A Box of Candy; t.ms. ; Still Good; t.ms. ; Untitled t.ms with a.ms notes ; Naomi, Like In The Bible; t.ms. ; The Method; t.ms. ; Untitled; t.ms. ; Flight; t.ms. ; Untitled; t.ms. ; Jump and I'll Catch You; a.ms. ; Beer; t.ms. ; The Ice Ceam Eat; t.ms. ; Royalty; t.ms. ; Thumbnail sketches for plays or novels; t.ms. ; 6 poems; t.ms. ; Roaylty; t.ms., 1949-1961


THE TEMPLE OF GOLD



Box 3 Folder 1 First draft, T.ms.,

[Includes autograph notes]


Box 3 Folder 2 Draft materials, T.ms.,

[Includes autograph notes and publisher's editorial notes]


Box 3 Folder 3 Late draft, T.ms.

[Includes autograph notes]


Box 3 Folder 4 Late draft, T.ms.

[Includes publisher's advertising material]


Box 3 Folder 5 Final draft, [1956] -1957, T.ms.,


YOUR TURN TO CURTSEY, MY TURN TO BOW


Box 3 Folder 6 [First] draft of Your Turn to Curtsey, My Turn to Bow, Notes and t.ms.,


Box 3 Folder 7 Draft, with autograph notes


SOLDIER IN THE RAIN



Box 4 Folder 2 - 7 Typescript and autograph notes and drafts of the novel a.k.a. A Few Days In Between


AFTER HARDBODY & JEWISH GIRLS MAKE THE BEST HUSBANDS



Box 9 Folder 5 - 8 After Hardbody and related material ; Jewish Girls Make the Best Husbands ms. pages and related material ; Early writing and notes ca. 1971 ; Jewish Girls Make the Best Husbands Draft


THE THING OF IT IS



Box 14 Folder 3 - 5 Drafts


Box 14 Folder 6 Reviews


THE CHILL



Box 16 Folder 5 Ross McDonald Paperback marked up by William Goldman


THE SEASON/FATHER'S DAY



Box 33 Folder 1 - 6 Clipped/photocopied reviews of The Season and drafts of the novel Father's Day aka Pierre


Box 33 Folder 2 - 6 Variois drafts of Father's Day



Box 34 Folder 1 - 7 Drafts and proofs, 1969-1971


Box 34 Folder 7 Clippings/photostats reviews


THE PIANO MAN



Box 36 Folder 1 Second draft, 1986


Box 36 Folder 2 Advance proof of The Goodbye Look by Ross MacDonald


Box 36 Folder 3 W.G's notes on The Goodbye Look and a hardbound copy of The Hot Rock by Donald Westlake


THE PRINCESS BRIDE



Box 46 Folder 2 - 6 Notes and prose drafts



Box 47 Folder 1 - 7 Various printer's drafts of the novel



Box 48 Folder 2 - 7 Publication materials; contest materials; requests for the "reunion scene"



Box 49 Folder 1 - 6 Princess Bride



Box 56 Folder 3 Revised draft for Ballentine Books


Box 56 Folder 4 Materials relating to an audio version


MARATHON MAN



Box 66 Folder 4 Research materials


Box 66 Folder 5 Rough draft


Box 66 Folder 6 & 7 Typed and carbon first drafts of the novel



Box 67 Folder 1 - 7 Various typed drafts of the novel, including a publisher's proof



Box 68 Folder 1 - 7 Drafts


Box 68 Folder 1 Edited draft of the novel


WIGGER



Box 71 Folder 2 Notes


Box 71 Folder 3 & 4 Draft, proof and publisher's materials


HEAT



Box 95 Folder 3 - 6 Various drafts and proofs of the novel


THE COLOR OF LIGHT



Box 130 Folder 1 - 3 Proofs


BROTHERS



Box 139 Folder 1 - 7 Novel and screenplay, 1986-1987


Box 139 Folder 5 Proof


MARATHON MAN


Box 139 Folder 4 Proof


THE SILENT GONDOLIERS



Box 140 Folder 7 Illustrations


THE TEMPLE OF GOLD/YOUR TURN TO CURTSEY, MY TURN TO BOW



Box 2 Folder 8 Drafts

[Includes autograph notes]


Subseries 4.3: Plays



Box 1 Folder 6 Thumbnail sketches for plays, 1949-1961



Box 5 Folder 4 - 6 Madonna and Child by James and William Goldman (2 drafts) ; Blood, Sweat and Stanley Poole by James and William Goldman



Box 6 Folder 5 Now I am Six (2 drafts) ; Something Blue (3 drafts) ; Notes for stories and plays ; Nagurski, [n.p.], [ca. 1962]


Box 6 Folder 6 - 8 No Way to Treat a Lady by Seymour Krenzer and Miles McGee (2 drafts) Something Blue (3 drafts) ; notes for stories and plays ; Nagurski! ; Notes, reports and drafting materials pertaining to No Way to Treat a Lady


Subseries 4.4: Short Stories



Box 2 Folder 2 The Blossom and the Bough; t.ms. ; Did You Like the Flowers? t.ms. ; 4 Drafts of Theft; t.ms. ; 5 Drafts of Orphan; t.ms.


Box 2 Folder 3 Three Cheers for the Prince of Morocco; t.ms. ; Stroll; t.ms. ; Untitled; t.ms. ; The Admitted Impediment; t.ms. ; 3 Drafts of Tale for a Rainy Afternoon; t.ms. ; Untitled; t.ms. ; Hair of the Dog; t.ms.


Box 2 Folder 5 The Hanging of Mrs. St. Claire; t.ms. ; The Ice Cream Eat; t.ms. (3 drafts) ; Blam; t.ms. ; Thunk (2 drafts)


Box 2 Folder 6 Dirt; t.ms. (3 drafts) ; J8; t.ms. with autograph notes (3 drafts) If You Listen You Can Almost Hear It; (2 drafts)


Box 2 Folder 7 Note for The Wife ; Abstract of The Temple of Gold; t.ms. ; The Ice Cream Eat; t.ms. ; A Ride on a Choo-Choo; t.ms. ; untitled; t.ms. ; The Simple Pleasures of the Rich; t.ms. ; The Simple Pleasures of the Rich; a.ms. ; The Aztec City; t.ms. ; A Suite at the Plaze; t.ms. ; The Last One Home t.ms. fragment ; The Second Day of School; t.ms. with autograph notes ; Autograph notes ; The Craziest Day; t.ms. ; The Man Who Beat Packy MacFarland; t.ms. ; Fire on Kessler Street; t.ms. ; Till the Right Girl Comes Along; ; The Army; t.ms. ; autograph and typescript notes, legal pad of notes ; On the Diamond; t.ms. ; untiltled fragments; t.ms.



Box 4 Folder 1 - 4 The Simple Pleasues of the Rich ; Quiet ; untitled; Tale for a Rainy Afternoon ; Dirt ; The Most Beautiful Girl in New York ; Feeny a.ms. ; Tale for a Rainy Afternoon ; untitled treatment for a play ; Beat Up in the Bronx ; unidentified fragment, p.91 ; autograph notes for ? ; draft and materials for Huntington Forsyth ; Till the Right Girl Comes Along ; Beat in the Bronx ; Da Vinci revised ; Til the Right Girls Come Along notes ; Fire on Kessler Street ; untitled with notes ; Fire on Kessler Street ; Da Vinci



Box 5 Folder 3 Three Cheers for the Prince of Morocco ; God Rest ye Merry, Cromatons ; Prayer ; Untitled ; Fragment of God Rest ye Merry, Cromatons; Prayer and A Few Days In Between



Box 6 Folder 5 Now I am Six (2 drafts) ; Something Blue (3 drafts) ; Notes for stories and plays ; Nagurski, [ca. 1962]



Box 102 Folder 2 Shaw, Irwin Five Decades [short stories]


Subseries 4.5: Teleplays



Box 4 Folder 8 Something in Fur by David Shaber and WIlliam Goldman ; Cash and Carry by Bruce Geller and William Goldman ; Hog in a Hot Sump Pump ; Untitled film dialogue pages ; The Green Cunt by William Goldman and David Shaber



Box 5 Folder 4 - 6 Madonna and Child by James and William Goldman (2 darfts) ; Blood, Sweat and Stanley Poole by James and William Goldman



Box 72 Folder 1 - 6 Mr. Horn [Teleplay]


Subseries 4.6: Musicals



Box 5 Folder 7 A Family Affair [Notes and drafts]



Box 6 Folder 1 & 2 A Family Affair [Scripts]

[Book by James and William Goldman, lyrics by James Goldman an John Kander, music by John Kander]


Box 6 Folder 3 A Family Affair [Final production version]


Box 6 Folder 4 A Family Affair [Script revisions], December 1959


Box 6 Folder 6 - 8 No Way to Treat a Lady by Seymour Krenzer and Miles McGee (2 drafts) ; Something Blue (3 drafts) ; Notes for stories and plays ; Nagurski ; Notes, reports and drafting materials pertaining to No Way to Treat a Lady


Box 6 Folder 8 Memorabilia from the musical of No Way to Treat a Lady, [ca. 1963]


Box 6 Folder 9 Notes and ephemera pertaining to Family Affair, [ca. 1963]



Box 7 Folder 1 The Man Who Owned Chicago (2 drafts)


Box 7 Folder 2 The Man Who Owned Chicago


Box 7 Folder 3 The Man Who Owned Chicago , [ca. 1963], 2 drafts, 1 spiral notebook of notes,


Box 7 Folder 5 Boys and Girls Together , Typescript and autograph draft and notes,


Box 7 Folder 6 Boys and Girls Together , Typescript and autograph draft and notes,


Box 7 Folder 7 Boys and Girls Together , [ca. 1963], Typescript and autograph draft and notes,

[akaMagic Town]



Box 8 Folder 1 - 5 Boys and Girls Together , [n.d.], 5 drafts in five folders,

[All are incomplete and all have autograph notes and corrections]



Box 9 Folder 1 & 2 Boys and Girls Together fragment ; Boys and Girls Together ephemera



Box 136 Folder 3 Materials relating to the musical Company



Box 19 Folder 3 Michael Stewart and Fran and John Pascal George M! Music and Lyrics by George M. Cohan


Box 19 Folder 4 & 5 Ernest Kinoy Golden Rainbow Music and lyrics by Walter Marks


Box 19 Folder 7 N. Richard Nash The Happy Time Lyrics by Fred Ebb, Music by John kander


Box 19 Folder 8 Marc Richards Hellzapoppin '67 Music and lyrics by Marian Grudeff and Raymond Jessel



Box 20 Folder 1 Henry Sweet Henry by Nunnally Johnson, music and lyrics by Bob Merrill



Box 136 Folder 3 Materials relating to the musical Company


Subseries 4.7: Non Fiction


ADVENTURES IN THE SCREEN TRADE



Box 132 Folder 1 - 6 Adventures in the Screen Trade [nonfiction 1983], 1981-1982, Notes, research, draft pages,



Box 134 Folder 3 - 6 Drafts



Flat Box 528 Folder 7 Photocopies and one magazine pertaining to Adventures in the Screen Trade non fiction. ; Photocpopies of Motion Picture Herald articles pertaining to the ranking of motion picture stars in the sixties and seventies. ; Rolling Stone 18 March 1982


Flat Box 528 Folder 8 Photocopies of research materials Adventures in the Screen Trade non fiction. ; Photocpopies of Motion Picture Herald articles pertaining to Burt Reynolds career


THE SEASON



Box 30 Folder 1 Manuscript notes


Box 30 Folder 2 - 7 Typescript drafts



Box 31 Folder 1 - 5 Drafts or parts of drafts in various states of editing


Box 31 Folder 6 Printer's proof



Box 32 Folder 1 - 4 Various proofs



Box 33 Folder 1 Clippings and reviews


WAIT TILL NEXT YEAR



Box 156 Folder 1-6 Unpublished nonfiction co-written with Mike Lupica aka "Broken Plays", 1988, Various drafts and proofs of unpublished work,


Subseries 4.8: Journalism



Box 36 Folder 4 Notes on Ross MacDonlad article and interview



Box 102 Folder 2 Notes and material relating to William Goldman's review of Irwin Shaw for the New York Times


Subseries 4.9: Ghostwriting


PAPILLON



Box 44 Folder 5-7 Papillon materials ; Dry Guillotine by Rene Belbenoit ; Papillion by Henri Charriere (2 copies) ; Notes and early drafts of the screeplay Papillion by William Goldman (uncredited)



Box 45 Folder 1-6 Second and third drafts of the screenplay based on the novel by Henri Charriere


MEMOIRS OF AN INVISIBLE MAN



Box 157 Folder 2 Novel Memoirs of an Invisible Man by H.F. Saint


Box 157 Folder 3 & 4 Notes, research and draft pages for Memoirs of an Invisible Man


Box 157 Folder 5 First draft of screenplay Memoirs of an Invisible Man



Box 158 Folder 1-6 Memoirs of an Invisible Man , 1988, First and second drafts of the screenplay,



Box 159 Folder 1-6 Memoirs of an Invisible Man , 1987, Screenplay (drafts including late drafts written by Robert Collector and Dana Olsen),


TWINS



Box 172 Folder 3-6 Early drafts



Box 173 Folder 1-6 Various versions of the fourth draft of the screenplay, 1988

[The following writers all had a hand in this project: William Osborne, William Davies, Timothy Harris, Herschel Weingrod, and William Goldman]


INDECENT PROPOSAL



Box 194 Folder 1-6 Multiple drafts of the script by Amy Holden Jones with revisions by William Goldman, 1991



Box 195 Folder 1-7 Various drafts doctored by William Goldman, 1992



Box 196 Folder 1-4 Various drafts


LAST ACTION HERO



Box 199 Folder 6 First pass at doctoring



Box 200 Folder 1-4 Four drafts of The Last Action Hero doctored by William Goldman, written by Adam Lett, Shane Black and David Arnott


DOLORES CLAIBORNE



Box 201 Folder 1 & 2 Dolores Claiborne by Tony Gilroy



Box 210 Folder 1-6 Screenplay and research materials


MISSION IMPOSSIBLE 2



Box 211 Folder 1 & 2 Drafts


Subseries 4.10: Lectures


ADVENTURES IN THE SCREEN TRADE



Box 131 Folder 7 & 8 NYU and Columbia university lectures at the time of Adventures in the Screen Trade


Box 131 Folder 8 Columbia University lecture, December 1981



Box 152 Folder 1 - 7 Oberlin Commencement Address and Wait until Next Year unpublished nonfiction; research, 1985



Box 189 Folder 5 Women in Hollywood lecture


Subseries 4.11: Interviews



Box 36 Folder 4 Notes on Ross MacDonlad article and interview



Box 88 Folder 4 & 5 Interview with the film makers of A Bridge Too Far



Box 123 Folder 2 - 8 Interviews for Rescue



Box 124 Folder 1-6 Rescue! screenplay, 1980-1981 ; Research, clippings and interviews for the novel Rescue!



Box 127 Folder 3 Interview with John Brady



Box 133 Folder 3 Interview with George Roy Hill re. Adventures in the Screen Trade


Box 133 Folder 4 Interview with Gordon Willis


Box 133 Folder 5 Interview with John Brady


Box 133 Folder 6 Interview with Robert Evans



Box 134 Folder 1 Interview with Gareth Wigan


Subseries 4.12: Biography



Box 161 Folder 1 Sir Richard Burton, a Biography , !987


Box 161 Folder 2 Sir Richard Burton notes


Subseries 4.13: Thesis



Box 1 Folder 1 The Shape of the World. t.ms. ; The Good Things of the Earth;. a.ms. ; Assorted writing exercises. a.ms. ; The Two bears. t.ms. ; Untitled fragment. t.ms. ; Whom the Gods would Destroy.... t.ms. ; M is for the Million Things . t.ms. ; What Lamp Has Destiny to Guide Her Little Children Stumbling in the Dark. t.ms., 1949-1961



Box 2 Folder 1 The Drawing Room: An Inquiry Into the American Contribution to the Comedy of Manners, Columbia University, June 1956, 1 v. Carbon typescript of masters thesis,



Box 1 Folder 7 William Goldman's Columbia University Thesis: The Comedy of Manners in America, 1956, 2 t.ms, with autograph notes and marginalia),


Subseries 4.14: Diaries



Box 16 Folder 4 Diary Goldman kept during the writing of The Thing of It Is


Subseries 4.15: Research


Various



Box 2 Folder 4 Autograph notes ; Booklet of Military Publications Standard Abbreviated Job Titles ; Beat in the Bronx; t.ms. ; The Sudsy World of William Inge; t.ms. ; fragment Beat in the Bronx; ; untitled; t.ms ; Anyone for Acupulco; t.ms. ; untitled fragment



Box 9 Folder 3 & 4 Private notes and materials pertaining to Atlantic City ; Pop culture photocopies of the early 1970s and untitled ms.


THE SEASON



Box 18 Folder 1 John Bowen After the Rain original novel by J. Bowen


Box 18 Folder Foloder 2 Lawrence Holofcener Before You Go


Box 18 Folder 3 Michael Voysey By George


Box 18 Folder 4 Robert Alan Arthur Carry Me Back to Morningside Heights


Box 18 Folder 5 Stephen Levi Daphne in Cottage D


Box 18 Folder 6 Peter Nichols A Day in the Life of Joe Egg


Box 18 Folder 7 Benjamin Bernard Zavin The Education of Hyman Kaplan With words and music by Paul Nassau and Oscar Brand; based on stories created by Leo Rosten



Box 19 Folder 1 Edward Albee Everything in the Garden


Box 19 Folder 2 Lewis John Carlino The Exercise


Box 19 Folder 6 Harvey Breit and Patricia Rinehart The Guide



Box 20 Folder 2 Johnny No-Trump by Mary Mercier


Box 20 Folder 3 Mike and Maggie Maggie and Mike by David Shaber


Box 20 Folder 4 More Stately Mansions by Eugene O'Neil


Box 20 Folder 5 I've Been Thinking by Herman Shumlin


Box 20 Folder 6 Song of the Grasshopper by Alfonso Paso


Box 20 Folder 7 Spring and Port Wine by Bill Naughton



Box 21 Folder 1 The Unknown Soldier and his Wife by Peter Ustinov


Box 21 Folder 2 Weekend by Gore Vidal


Box 21 Folder 3 What Did We Do Wrong by Henry Denker


Box 21 Folder 4 - 6 Clipping files for the 1967 - 1968 theater season



Box 22 Folder 1 - 6 Clipping files for the 1967-1968 theater season includes loose draft pages



Box 23 Folder 1 - 6 Clipping files for the 1967-1968 theater season ; Research files, includes drafting material by W.G. regarding the state of the Tony Awards



Box 24 Folder 1 - 5 Clipping files of the 1967-1968 theater season ; Research files



Box 25 Folder 1 - 6 Clipping files of the 1967-1968 theater season ; Research files



Box 26 Folder 1 - 7 Clipping files of the 1967-1968 theater season ; Research files



Box 27 Folder 1 - 7 Statistical notes; memorandum and theatrical indices regarding the 1967 - 68 theater ; Research files



Box 528 Folder 2 & 3 Two binders of computer data from Theatre Goers Study, May 1968 ; Research files



Box 28 Folder 1 - 7 Theatrical surveys and indices of the 1967 - 68 theater season



Box 29 Folder 1 - 7 Clipping files of the 1967-1968 theater season with William Goldman's manuscript notes



Box 36 Folder 1 - 6 Draft of The Piano Man Ross MacDonald The Hot Rock research materials


Box 36 Folder 2 Advance proof of The Goodbye Look by Ross MacDonald


Box 36 Folder 3 W.G's notes on The Goodbye Look and a hardbound copy of The Hot Rock by Donald Westlake


Box 36 Folder 4 Notes on Ross MacDonlad article and interview


Box 36 Folder 5 Research materials for The Hot Rock


THE HOT ROCK



Box 39 Folder 1 - 7 Drafts of scripts and research materials


THE GREAT WALDO PEPPER


Box 39 Folder 4 - 7 Research materials



Box 40 Folder 1 Research materials for The Great Waldo Pepper


THE STEPFORD WIVES



Box 57 Folder 1 Born Female by Caroline Bird; The First Sex by Elizabeth Gould Davis


Box 57 Folder 2 Women, Feminist Stories by Nine New Authords


Box 57 Folder 3 Annotated draft of The Stepford Wives by Ira Levin


Box 57 Folder 4 - 7 Research magazines



Box 58 Folder 1 - 5 Magazines and clippings pertaining to the women's movement in the early 1970s



Box 59 Folder 1 - 6 Drafts and other materials



Box 60 Folder 1 - 5 Stepford Wives: Drafts of the screenplay and MPAA voting materials for the Academy Awards 1973 Academy Awards1973 voting material and wine related research for the screenplay Year of the Comet


YEAR OF THE COMET



Box 61 Folder 3 - 7 Year of the Comet materials



Box 62 Folder 1 - 4 Research materials and notes for The Year of the Comet



Box 64 Folder 1-6 Research materials and copies of the third draft of The Year of the Comet


MARATHON MAN



Box 66 Folder 4 Research materials for Marathon Man


WIGGER



Box 71 Folder 2 Wigger notes


TOM HORN



Box 72 Folder 1 The Last of the Bad Men by Jay Monaghan


Box 72 Folder 5 Mr. Horn research and notes


ALL THE PRESIDENT'S MEN



Box 75 Folder 4 - 6 Carbon copies of the novel All the President's Men



Box 76 Folder 1 - 5 All The President's Men (1974); Carbon copies of book by Carl Bernstein and Bob Woodward



Box 77 Folder 1 - 6 All The President's Men (1974) ; Research materials for the screenplay



Box 78 Folder 1 - 7 All The President's Men (1974-1975) ; Research material / magazines



Box 80 Folder 5 & 6 All the President's Men research material



Box 81 Folder 1 & 2 All The President's Men, 1975 research and research notes


A BRIDGE TOO FAR



Box 85 Folder 1 & 2 Reader's digest and A Full Life by Lt. Ge. Sir Brian Horrocks


Box 85 Folder 3 - 7 Research, notes, and outlines for A Bridge too Far screenplay by W. Goldman



Box 86 Folder 1 - 3 A Bridge too Far notes, script pages and research materials


Box 86 Folder 5 & 6 Notes, memos research, script pages for A Bridge too Far


MAGIC



Box 90 Folder 1 & 2 Magic research; personal files of W.G. at the time of Magic


Box 90 Folder 7 Magic outline and notes



Box 92 Folder 5 Personal notes


HEAT



Box 93 Folder 1 - 6 Heat (1976-1984); Research files for W.G's novel



Box 94 Folder 1 - 3 Research material



Box 98 Folder 2 Production notes


BUTCH CASSIDY PROJECT



Box 99 Folder 1 Research notes, outline and bio: Butch Cassidy, My Brother by Lula Parker Betenson as told to Dora Flack


Box 99 Folder 2 & 3 Notes, script pages and research


GRAND HOTEL



Box 101 Folder 4 - 6 Grand Hotel research materials



Box 102 Folder 2 Five Decades short stories by Irwin Shaw


THE SEA KINGS


Box 102 Folder 4 Research for The Sea Kings,; The Pirates by Douglas Botting



Box 103 Folder 1 Notes for The Sea Kings


TINSEL



Box 106 Folder 5 & six Research notes for i



Box 107 Folder 1 Notes for i


CONTROL



Box 110 Folder 3 - 6 Research notes for Control


FLORA QUICK, DEAD OR ALIVE



Box 114 Folder 1 - 6 Flora Quick, Dead or Alive screenplay by Michele Gallery, 1979 ; First and second drafts of the script Flora Quick, Dead or Alive by Michele Gallery



Box 115 Folder 1 - 5 Flora Quick, Dead or Alive screenplay and City in Fear by Albert Ruben, 1979 ; Drafts of the screenplays


CITY IN FEAR



Box 116 Folder 1 Draft Panic on Page One by Albert Ruben, aka City in Fear


Box 116 Folder 2 City in Fear draft


MUCKALUCK


Box 116 Folder 3 Muckaluck novel by Richard Anderson


Box 116 Folder 4 Promotional notes and materials for Muckaluck


Box 116 Folder 5 Draft of Muckaluck


A YEAR AND A DAY



Box 117 Folder 1 Unidentified audio tape ; A Year and a Day screenplay by Michael Leeson aka "Survivors"


Box 117 Folder 2 - 8 First and second drafts of A Year and a Day by Michael Leeson


HOT SHOT



Box 118 Folder 1 - 4 Hot Shot Research and notes


THE RIGHT STUFF



Box 120 Folder 2 The Right Stuff research notes ; This New Ocean, A History of Project Mercury by Lloyd S. Swnson, Jr. James Grimwood and Charles Alexander ; The Right Stuff by Tom Wolfe



Box 121 Folder 1 - 3 Notes and script pages for The Right Stuff



Box 122 Folder 1 Notes


Box 122 Folder 2 Notes on Rescue screenplay



Box 124 Folder 1-6 Rescue screenplay, 1980-1981 ; Research, clippings and interviews for the novel Rescue



Box 125 Folder 1 - 3 Reasearch, notes, and clippings for Rescue


Box 125 Folder 4 - 6 Copies of first draft Rescue



Box 126 Folder 1 & 2 First draft of Rescue


Box 126 Folder 4 & 5 Rescue notes, clippings, research


Box 126 Folder 6 & 7 Second and third draft of Rescue



Box 127 Folder 1 Rescue third draft


Box 127 Folder 3 Interview with John Brady


COLOR OF NIGHT


Box 127 Folder 5 - 8 Notes and research for Color of Night



Box 128 Folder 1 - 3 Research and notes for The Color of Night


ADVENTURES IN THE SCREEN TRADE



Box 131 Folder 1 - 5 Research for Adventures in the Screen Trade



Box 132 Folder 1 - 6 Adventures in the Screen Trade notes, research, draft pages



Box 134 Folder 2 Research materials


BROTHERS



Box 136 Folder 5 & 6 Brothers research material



Box 137 Folder 1 - 6 Brothers (1987) notes and research


JOHN LENNON



Box 141 Folder 2 John Lennon file


A CHORUS LINE


Box 141 Folder 3 A Chorus Line playscript


Box 141 Folder 4 A Chorus Line screenplay by Arnold Schulman


Box 141 Folder 5 A Chorus Line , 1 audio cassette,


GHOST AND THE DARKNESS


Box 141 Folder 6 The Lunatic Express by Charles Miller The Man Eaters of Tsavo by J.H. Patterson



Box 142 Folder 1 The Man Eaters of Tsavo by J.H. Patterson


Box 142 Folder 2 - 6 Research for the screenplay



Box 143 Folder 3 & 4 The Iron Snake by Robert Hardy


WAIT UNTIL NEXT YEAR



Box 152 Folder 1 - 7 Oberlin Commencement Address and Wait until Next Year unpublished nonfiction; research, 1985



Box 153 Folder 1- 5 Wait Till Next Year research including notes, magazines, clippings, 1987



Box 154 Folder 1 - 6 Wait Till Next Year research including notes, clippings, draft pages, magazines copy newspapers, 1987-1988



Box 155 Folder 1 Research


Box 155 Folder 2 Research and draft pages


MEMOIRS OF AN INVISIBLE MAN



Box 157 Folder 2 Memoirs of an Invisible Man by H.F. Saint


Box 157 Folder 3 & 4 Notes, research and draft pages for Memoirs of an Invisible Man


KING BILL



Box 160 Folder 2 & 3 King Bill


SIR RICHARD BURTON/SINGING OUT LOUD



Box 161 Folder 1 Sir Richard Burton, a Biography , !987


Box 161 Folder 2 Sir Richard Burton notes


Box 161 Folder 4 Singing Out Loud notes and research


Box 161 Folder 5 Copy of screenplay Little Shop of Horrors


Box 161 Folder 6 Grease by Bronte Woodward



Box 162 Folder 1 West Side Story by Ernest Lehman


Box 162 Folder 2 Singing in the Rain


Box 162 Folder 3 Jesus Christ Superstar


HYPE AND GLORY



Box 166 Folder 1 - 6 1988 Cannes Film Festival ephemera



Box 167 Folder 1 - 6 Research pertaining to the Miss America Contest, 1987



Box 168 Folder 1 - 7 The Miss America Contest materials


MISERY



Box 174 Folder 2 Notes on Misery


A FEW GOOD MEN



Box 179 Folder 1 Original play by Aaron Sorkin


UNHOLY CITY



Box 180 Folder 2 Sunshine and Wealth, Los Angeles in the Twenties and Thirties by Bruce Henstell and other research


Box 180 Folder 3 Munson case information


Box 180 Folder 4 Papers regarding the Civic Committee in the Recall of Mayor Frank Shaw


Box 180 Folder 5 Urban Politics and Reform in New Deal Los Angeles: The Recall of Mayor Frank L. Shaw



Box 181 Folder 1 Urban Politics and Reform in New Deal Los Angeles: The Recall of Mayor Frank L. Shaw


Box 181 Folder 2 - 4 The Progressives and the Police: Urban Reform and Professionalism of the Los Angeles Police


Box 181 Folder 5 Copies of magazine articles



Box 182 Folder 1 - 6 Various research materials, 1989-1990


THE NATIONAL PASTIME



Box 185 Folder 3- 5 Research notes for The National Pastime


LOW FIVES



Box 191 Folder 2 - 6 Low Fives research and first drafts


CHAPLIN



Box 193 Folder 3 - 6 Chaplin based on My Autobiography by Charles Chaplin and His Life and Art by David Robinson, Story by Diana Hawkins, screenplay by William Boyd and William Goldman



Box 196 Folder 5 & 6 Hunchback of Notre Dame by Victor Hugo and other research


MAVERICK



Box 197 Folder 7 Poker Faces, The Life and Work of professional Card Players by David M. Hayano


Box 197 Folder 1 - 6 Notes, research and drafts of the screenplay, 1992-1993


THE CHAMBER



Box 201 Folder 3 - 6 Draft and research



Box 205 Folder 1 Absolute Power Chapter breakdown


Box 205 Folder 2 - 4 The Executive Power by David Baldacci (four marked copy of the novel)



Box 209 Folder 1-2 Absolute Power screenplay, Cannes '96 Ephemera and Mission Impossible 2 research, 1996



Box 210 Folder 1 - 6 Screenplay 1999, research materials



Box 211 Folder 3 - 8 "Terrorist Project" research materials


BROTHERS



Flat Box 528 Folder 9 New York Times Magazine 4 March 1984, 4 March 1984


STEPFORD WIVES



Flat Box 529 Folder 6 Oversize feminist newspaper


BUTCH AND SUNDANCE


Flat Box 529 Folder 7 & 8 Oversize nrewspapers


Flat Box 529 Folder 7 & 8 Oversize nrewspapers


GRAND HOTEL


Flat Box 529 Folder 9 Oversize newspapers and MGM Grand menues


GHOST AND THE DARKNESS



Box 219 Various cuts and research reels of Ghost and the Darkness



Box 221 Mission Impossible 2 1997 ; The Chamber 1996 ; Maverick 1994 ; Absolute Power 1997



Box 220 Maverick ; National Pastime ; Unholy City ; Hype and Glory ; Singing Out Loud

Series V: Screenplays By Others



Box 5 Folder 1 Maurice Richlin and Blake Edwards Soldier in the Rain, Carbon t.ms.


Box 5 Folder 2 Maurice Richlin and Blake Edwards Soldier in the Rain, May 14, 1963, Notes and screenplay (third revised



Box 12 Folder 2 - 6 Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid. Ephemera: magazine and newpaper clippings, brass belt buckle; award materials from the MPAA (Oscar) and others.



Box 30 Folder 3 First draft of The Candidate by Jeremy Lerner



Box 139 Folder 6 & 7 Second draft of screenplay Brothers by Barry Kemp



Box 140 Folder 1 & 2 Brothers screenplay by Barry Kemp



Box 159 Folder 1 - 6 Memoirs of an Invisible Man screenplay 1992, 1987, Drafts including late drafts written by Robert Collector and Dana Olsen



Box 160 Folder 5 - 7 Dan and Tony Gilroy's draft of King Bill



Box 200 Folder 5 & 6 Dolores Claiborne by Tony Gilroy



Box 201 Folder 1 & 2 Dolores Claiborne by Tony Gilroy

Series VI: Notes Clippings and Ephemera



Box 2 Folder 8 Clippings, unidentified photos, Obelrin Ephemera up to 1973



Box 6 Folder 9 Notes and ephemera re. Family Affair, [ca. 1963]



Box 9 Folder 1 & 2 Fragment; Boys and Girls Together ephemera



Mapcase 14/16/03 Publicity broadside for Boys and Girls Together



Box 225 Publicity for Boys and Girls Together, plus a review sent to Goldman



Box 10 Folder 4 - 7 Drafts, notes and ephemera re. Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid



Box 12 Folder 2 - 6 Ephemera: magazine and newpaper clippings, brass belt buckle; award materials from the MPAA (Oscar) and others.



Box 38 Folder 5 Clippings from the European press for The Hot Rock and studio breakdowns of the script



Box 42 Folder 7 Tony Bill lawsuit papers re. The Great Waldo Pepper



Box 43 Folder 1 - 7 Materials pertaining to The Great Waldo Pepper and the Tony Bill lawsuit



Flat Box 528 Folder 1 Publicity brochure for The Great Waldo Pepper



Box 48 Folder 2 - 7 Publication materials, contest materials, requests for the "reunion scene" re. Princess Bride



Box 51 Folder 1 - 7 Drafts of the screenplay for Princess Bride ; Fan mail ; Reviews and publisher's material for the novel



Box 52 Folder 1 - 7 Revised drafts of the screenplay for Princess Bride ; Notes on the script ; Copy of American Film 4 December 1983 containing a Princess Bride reference



Box 56 Folder 7 Photostats of notices ; Reviews ; Magazines pertaining to the film



Box 60 Folder 1 - 5 Drafts of the screenplay The Stepford Wives and MPAA voting materials for the Academy Awards 1973 and wine related research for the screenplay Year of the Comet



Box 61 Folder 1 & 2 Academy Award voting materials, 1973



Box 66 Folder 3 Publicity materials for Year of the Comet



Box 68 Folder 3 & 4 Reviews and notes for Marathon Man


Box 68 Folder 5 Advertising and promotion for Marathon Man



Box 71 Folder 1 Clippings, ads, book tie-in re. Marathon Man



Box 75 Folder 1 - 3 Screenplay, reference material and reviews of the TV miniseries Mr. Horn



Box 84 Folder 3 Reviews, publicity for All The Presidents Men



Box 225 Cast of characters and publicity brochure for All The Predident's Men



Box 88 Folder 2 & 3 Notes, clippings, press material re. A Bridge Too Far


Box 88 Folder 6 & 7 Production records, call sheets, press books and clippings re. A Bridge Too Far



Box 89 Folder 1 Clippings, publicity and a lawsuit for A Bridge Too Far



Box 92 Folder 4 Publicity and reviews of Magic


Box 92 Folder 8 Publicity, reviews and ideas for sequel to Magic



Box 96 Folder 3 Promotional material and reviews of Heat



Box 98 Folder 3 - 4 Production records for Heat



Box 100 Folder 7 Stills and publicity from the production of the film Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, the Early Years



Box 101 Folder 1 & 2 Post production materials for Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, the Early Years magazines, promotional materials, publicity, reviews



Box 110 Folder 1 Publicity and promotion for Tinsel


Box 110 Folder 2 Clippings and ads for Tinsel



Box 127 Folder 2 Focus awards brochure



Box 130 Folder 4 - 7 Color of Light publicity, book jackets, reviews and clippings



Box 131 Folder 6 Draft of Adventures in the Screen Trade and Esquire excerpt from the same



Box 133 Folder 1 Writer's Guild Information



Box 136 Folder 2 Publicity, reviews, book jacket Adventures in the Screen Trade



Box 139 Folder 1-3 Publicity, reviews and related material for Brothers



Box 140 Folder 6 The Silent Gondoliers publication materials



Box 141 Folder 1 Story ideas



Box 151 Folder 6 & 7 Press kits and stills of the production for The Ghost and the Darkness



Box 160 Folder 1 Draft of King Bill and Rhode Island film commission materials, 1986



Box 161 Folder 3 Singing Out Loud notes and clippings


Box 161 Folder 4 Singing Out Loud notes and research



Box 165 Folder 1-6 Singing Out Loud unproduced screenplay 1987 and ephemera form Cannes 1988



Box 166 Folder 1 - 6 1988 Cannes Film Festival ephemera re. Hype and Glory



Box 172 Folder 1 & 2 Hype and Glory reviews and articles



Box 174 Folder 1 Special Olympics sponsorship brochure by Twins



Box 178 Folder 6 Reviews and promotional materials re. Misery



Box 189 Folder 3 & 4 Photos of an arranged screenwriters trip to the USSR



Box 209 Folder 1-2 Absolute Power screenplay, Cannes 1996 Ephemera and Mission Impossible 2 research

Series VII: Photographs



Box 2 Folder 8 Clippings, unidentified photos, Obelrin Ephemera up to 1973



Box 189 Folder 3 & 4 Photos of an arranged screenwriters trip to the USSR



Box 213 Manilow, Barry To: William Goldman, [Beverly Hills], 8 May 1984, 1p. a.l.s, with related photos and envelope


Box 213 Redford, Robert To: William Goldman, New York, Wengen Switzerland and Geneva Switzerland, n.d., and April 1970 - Nov. 1979, 1p. a.l.s., (with envelope and notes in Goldman's hand); a.l.s, with photo); telegram



Flat Box 528 Folder 4 1 B/W photo of [Frank Talman] standing beside a vintage airplane


Flat Box 528 Folder 6 The Color of Light (novel 1984) 11 x 14 of water; A Bridge Too Far 11 x 14 of producer James Levine

Series VIII: Audio Visual



Box 14 Folder 7 Sondheim, Stephen Tape of the song "No Mary Ann" for The Thing Of It Is



Box 56 Folder 4 Materials relating to an audio version of The Princess Bride


Box 56 Folder 5 Audio cassette of The Princess Bride



Box 117 Folder 1 Unidentified audio tape ; A Year and a Day screenplay by Michael Leeson aka "Survivors"



Box 141 Folder 5 A Chorus Line audio cassette



Box 219 Various cuts and research reels of Ghost and the Darkness



Box 221 Mission Impossible 2 1997 ; The Chamber 1996 ; Maverick 1994 ; Absolute Power 1997

[Copies of movies with corresponding research.]



Box 222 Mission Impossible 2 1997: Various episodes of the TV show and one beta casette labled "Iran Canada"



Box 220 Video and audio cassetts with research materials:; Maverick ; National Pastime ; Unholy City ; Hype and Glory ; Singing Out Loud

Series IX: Memorabilia



Box 225 Harmonica ; Wallets (2) ; Hip Flask ; Baseball Yo Yo ; Travel Face Mirror

Series X: Printed



Box 12 Folder 2 - 6 Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid: ; Ephemera: magazine and newpaper clippings, brass belt buckle; award materials from the MPAA (Oscar) and others.



Box 36 Folder 4 Notes on Ross MacDonlad article and interview



Box 56 Folder 3 Revised draft of The Princess Bride for Ballentine Books


Box 56 Folder 7 Photostats of notices, reviews; magazines pertaining to The Princess Bride



Box 57 Folder 4 - 7 Research magazines re. The Stepford Wives



Box 58 Folder 1 - 5 Magazines and clippings pertaining to the women's movement in the early 1970s as background material for The Stepford Wives



Box 78 Folder 1 - 7 All The President's Men (1974-1975) ; Research material / magazines



Box 88 Folder 6 & 7 Production records, call sheets, press books and clippings re. A Bridge Too Far



Box 101 Folder 1 & 2 Post production materials for Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, the Early Years magazines, promotional materials, publicity, reviews



Box 120 Folder 2 The Right Stuff research notes ; This New Ocean, A History of Project Mercury by Lloyd S. Swnson, Jr. James Grimwood and Charles Alexander ; The Right Stuff by Tom Wolfe



Box 153 Folder 1- 5 Unpublished nonfiction research re. Wait Till Next Year (1987)



Box 154 Folder 1 - 6 Research including notes, clippings, draft pages, magazines copy newspapers re. Wait Till Next Year, 1987-1988



Box 172 Folder 1 & 2 Hype and Glory reviews and articles



Box 181 Folder 5 Copies of magazine articles re. Unholy City



Box 189 Folder 1 - 6 Articles for New York Magazine



Box 190 Folder 1 -5 New York Magazine Articles, 1991-1994



Box 212 Folder 1 Articles about Goldman


Box 212 Folder 2 A signet ring and a monogrammed flask Two Weeks in the Sun, a Cannes Notebook by Roger Ebert ; Miss America Through the Looking Glass The Story Behind the Scenes by Nancie s. Martin ; Hostage to Fortune Atlantic City and Casino Gambling by Michael Pollock ; New Jersey History by Peter Kross ; By The Beautiful Sea by Charles E. Funnel ; Becoming a Beauty Queen, The Complete Guide by Barbara Peterson Burwell and Polly Peterson Bowles



Box 213 Hamill, Pete To: William Goldman, Encino, CA, 3 Jan. 1974, 1p. t.l.s, with envelope

[6 marked books added fromHype and GloryBox 165]



Flat Box 528 Folder 1 Articles pertaining to military aircraft. Oversize magazines:; The Los Angels Herald Examiner 15 December 1969; Life 12 June 1970; Look 30 June 1970


Flat Box 528 Folder 3 Mounted film article by Judith Christ: The Return of the Pre-Bond Man New York Herald Tribune 3 April 1966


Flat Box 528 Folder 5 Oversize magazines pertaining to All the Presidents Men: The New York Times Magazine 22 July 1973 and 13 January 1974; The Boston Globe Magazine 25 August 1974


Flat Box 528 Folder 7 Photocopies of Motion Picture Herald articles that rank motion picture stars in the sixties and seventies.; Rolling Stone 18 March 1982

[Research:Adventures in the Screen Trade]


Flat Box 528 Folder 8 Research materials Adventures in the Screen Trade ; photocopies of articles from Motion Picture Herald regarding Burt Reynolds


Flat Box 528 Folder 9 Research for Brothers novel: oversize magazines. ; New York Times Magazine 4 March 1984


Flat Box 528 Folder 12 Research material for Unholy City: Official Detective Stories 25 May 1938 Bombing the Lid Off Los Angeles



Flat Box 318 Folder 1 Marathon Man , 2 posters, 1 periodical


Flat Box 318 Folder 2 All The President's Men, New York, 1974, 2 newspapers


Flat Box 318 Folder 3 Magic , 5 pages manuscript, 3 periodicals, 1 newspaper


Flat Box 318 Folder 4 Butch and Sundance: The Early Years , 7 sheets posters


Flat Box 318 Folder 5 Wait Until Next Year, Chicago, 1987, 4 newspapers, 1 towel


Flat Box 318 Folder 6 Hype and Glory, Atlantic City, 1988, 2 periodicals, 10 clippings, 1 advert, 2 boards


Flat Box 318 Folder 7 Wait Until Next Year, [v.p.], 1988, 3 periodicals, 1 clipping


Flat Box 318 Folder 8 & 9 The National Pastime , [v.p.], 1989 & 1991, 8 newspapers, 4 sheets notes


Flat Box 318 Folder 10 Absolute Power & Mission Impossible 2, [v.p.], 1996 & 1997, 11 clippings


Flat Box 318 Folder 11 Terrorism project, [v.p.], 1997, 37 clippings


Flat Box 318 Folder 12 Leather chair strap support with name stamped "William Goldman"



Box 226 Books, annotated by Goldman, used as background research for his various projects., 15 books



Box 227 Books, annotated by Goldman or signed by others used as background research for his various projects., 20 books



Box 228 Books, annotated by Goldman or signed by others used as background research for his various projects., 23 books



Box 229 Books, annotated by Goldman or signed by others used as background research for his various projects., 18 books



Box 230 Movie / drama magazines from 1930s through 1980s: including Photoplay, Movie Life, Modern Screen, Movieland, and Liberty (the latter a general interest magazine, not film)



Box 231 Movie / drama magazines from 1930s through 1980s: including Photoplay, Movie Life, Modern Screen, Movieland, and Liberty (the latter a general interest magazine, not film)



Box 232 Movie / drama magazines from 1930s through 1980s: including Photoplay, Movie Life, Modern Screen, Movieland, and Liberty (the latter a general interest magazine, not film)



Box 233 Photoplay



Box 234 Dramatists Guild Quarterly (1970s) Films in Review, mostly 1970s



Box 235 MAD & Confidential



Box 236 Motion Picture Herald, 1940s



Box 237 Miscellaneous magazines. Also, various materials for Dramatic Museum ephemera, including souvenir movie programs and scrapbooks of playbills from the 1910s


Western Source Material:



Box 238 Howard Pyle's Book of Pirates. New York: Harper & Brothers, 1921


Box 238 The Dummy Speaks by Darryl Hutton, 1972


Box 238 Ventriloquism of Today by Paul Stadelman, 1963


Box 238 Turbulent 20th Century Edited and selected by Charles Seymour, 1961


Box 238 Annie Oakley: Woman at Arms by Courtney Ryley Cooper, New York: Duffield and Company, 1927


Box 238 The Death of Billy the Kid by John W. Poe, New York: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1933


Box 238 The Buccaneers & Marooners of America Edited by Howard Pyle, London: T. Fisher Unwin, 1897


Box 238 Life and Adventures of Polk Wells by Himself, published by G.A. Warnica, 1907


Box 238 Brigitte Bardot and the Lolita Syndrome by Simone de Beauvoir, published by Reynal & Company, 1960


Box 238 The Romance of the Colorado River by Frederick S. Dellenbaugh, New York: The Knickerbocker Press, 1903


Box 238 Massacres of the Mountains by J.P. Dunn, Jr., New York: Harper & Brothers, 1886


Box 238 Chippewa Exercises by Chrysostom Verwyst, Michigan: published by Holy Childhood School, 1901


Box 238 Vigilantes by Hoffman Birney, Philadelphia: The Penn Publishing Company, 1929


Box 238 All you need to know about Wine by G. B. Woodin, New York: The Peter Pauper Press, 1969


Box 238 The Grand Canyon of Arizona by George Wharton James, Boston: Little, Brown, and Company, 1910


Box 238 Arizona As It Is or, The Coming Country by Hiram C. Hodge, New York: Hurd and Houghton, 1877


Box 238 The Banditti of the Plains by James Mitchell Clarke, San Francisco: The Grabhorn Press, 1935



Box 239 Books on card games and card magic.



Box 240 Domestic and foreign (hardback, paperback, and cassettes) copies of Goldman's books (38)



Box 241 Domestic and foreign (hardback and paperback) copies of Goldman's books (39)