Finding Aid for the Jackson Stanley Papers, 1929-

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Finding Aid for the Jackson Stanley Papers, 1929-

Collection number: 793

UCLA Library, Department of Special Collections

Manuscripts Division



Los Angeles, CA

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Descriptive Summary

Title: Jackson Stanley Papers,
Date (inclusive): 1929-
Collection number: 793
Creator: Stanley, Jackson
Extent: 121 boxes (60.5 linear ft.)
Repository: University of California, Los Angeles. Library. Department of Special Collections.
Los Angeles, California 90095-1575
Physical location: Stored off-site at SRLF. Advance notice is required for access to the collection. Please contact the UCLA Library, Department of Special Collections Reference Desk for paging information.
Language: English.

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Restrictions on Use and Reproduction

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PARTIALLY PROCESSED COLLECTION UNAVAILABLE FOR USE: except boxes 1-98. Inquiries regarding these materials should be directed, in writing, to the Manuscripts Librarian, UCLA Department of Special Collections.
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Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], Jackson Stanley Papers (Collection 793). Department of Special Collections, Charles E. Young Research Library, University of California, Los Angeles.

UCLA Catalog Record ID

UCLA Catalog Record ID: 4233818 

Scope and Content

Collection consists of materials related to the career of writer Jackson Stanley. Boxes 1-98 include correspondence, manuscript material related to novels, story ideas for television, scripts for television, radio, and motion pictures, material connected to civic activities, and ephemera. Also includes material related to Stanley's career at UCLA.

Indexing Terms

The following terms have been used to index the description of this collection in the library's online public access catalog.
Stanley, Jackson--Archives.
Author, American--Archival resources.
Television writers--Archival resources.
Television scripts.


Container List

 

First Year Donations

Note

In 1963 or 1964 I will provide one or two boxes more, to include publicity cuttings, correspondence, promotional material, etc. in connection with both hardback and paper-back publication of the book, as well as the motion picture script, still photographs, reviews, etc. of the yet-to-be-produced film.
 

Correspondence

Box 1

1929-1939, 1940-1942.

Box 2

1942-1943, 1943.

Box 3

1942-1943, 1943.

Box 4

1944-1948, 1949.

Box 5

1947-1948, 1949.

Box 6

1949-1950.

Box 7

1951-1952.

Box 8

1953-1954, 1955-1956.

Box 9

1957, 1958.

Box 10

1959.

Scope and Content Note

Drawings and photographs.
Box 11

Correspondence with James Leal Henderson and Stew Pelon. James Henderson correspondence.

Physical Description: (14 folders)
Box 11

San Francisco, 1935-1936.

Box 11

World War II.

Box 11

Mazatlan, 1945-1948.

Box 11

Avalon, New Jersey, 1947.

Box 11

Washington, D.C., 1949-1950.

Box 11

England, 1950.

Box 11

1951 India/France 1952.

Box 11

Europe, 1955.

Box 11

Mexico, 1956-1957.

Box 11

Nogales, Texas, 1957.

Box 11

Valle del Bravo, 1962.

Box 11

Saigon, 1963.

Box 11

Hawaii, 1966-1967.

Box 11

Cleveland - Washington, D.C., 1967-1968.

Box 11

Stew Pelon correspondence, 1947-1950.

Physical Description: (1 folder)
 

Manuscripts

Boxes 12-13

The Florentine Ring. (1944) .

Scope and Content Note

Contents: manuscript printers copy, plus carbon containing excised material. Galley proofs as corrected by the author. Miscellaneous original versions and drafts, including short screen-story outline of literary "grandfather" of the book.
 

Miscellaneous Literary Manuscripts.

Physical Description: (All Contents of boxes 14 and 15 are plastic spiral bound)
Box 14

1. High School papers, 1930-1932.

Box 14

2. Short Story Course. UCLA, 1935.

Box 14

3. Lower Division English Papers, 1932-33.

Box 14

4. Miscellaneous Notes & Drawings.

Box 14

5. History notes & examinations.

Box 14

6. Miscellaneous Papers for English & American Literature, Poe, Hawthorn, Clemens, including a Miracle play in verse.

Box 15

1. Class Notes, UCLA--Klingberg 199 (English History) The World is constantly opening up under new management.

Box 15

2. Lobonov-Rostovsky, Russian History.

Box 15

3. English Drama, Lily Bess Campbell Short story writing: Carhart, Hubbell.

Box 15

4. Philosophy, Rieber; U.S. History, Lockey & Caughey; Literature, Downes.

Box 15

5. Papers in Literary Criticism, vol.1: Keats, Stevenson, Bracket, Masefield poem, Carcoes, rewritten.

Box 15

6. Papers in Literary Criticism, vol 2: Cather, Zoschenko, Cronyn, Pater, Nathan, Illustrated Primer, & 199B paper on Hollywood & British Empire.

Box 15

7. Essays, poems & stories: 4 Pence for Rowley, Volpone, Hamilton Duel, Russia East & West.

Box 15

8. Daily Bruin Assignment sheets, 1935-36.

Box 15

9. Miscellaneous Blue Books, including Rieber-Logic 1A illustrated.

Box 15

10. High School Chemistry notebook. Summer School, 1932.

Box 16

Miscellaneous Short stories, 1931-1939 (unpublished).

Physical Description: (Mostly fragments)
Box 16

MGM publicity stories, 1938.

Box 17

Miscellaneous Short Stories, unpublished 1940-1949 (All fragments).

Box 17

Frank Mitchell Dazey collaborations.

Box 17

Novel: Take My Heart.

Box 17

Novel: E.J. Ralston.

Box 18

Miscellaneous Completed Short Stories, unpublished, 1940-1959.

Box 18

Hollywood Group.

Scope and Content Note

Including H. Double Cross, H. Rumor, H. Dog, H. Spy, Hub, Herb Lewis (including) Honeymoon Deferred, Press Agent Provocative, Blonde & Boy Wonder, Man's Best Friend, The Day Radio Died, The Day, The Chase, Kelp, Victorville Dude Ranch, The Inventor.
Also, miscellaneous fragments.
Box 19

Miscellaneous Incomplete Novels & Notes for completed Novels.

Box 19

Nesley Farson, 1938.

Box 19

Fiske St. House Color, 1940.

Box 19

Devon Clare, 1953.

Box 19

Benefit of Clergy (?).

Box 19

Christmas Isle, 1947.

Box 19

Man Has Forever notes.

Box 19

All for a Lousy Fortune notes.

Box 20

Miscellaneous Incomplete novels; Radio, TV show treatments.

Box 20

Antihes novel 1952-57.

Box 20

Kidney Story, 1957.

Box 20

France historical, 1958.

Box 20

Radio & TV, 1939-1959.

Box 21

Completed Motion picture Scripts & treatments.

Box 21

Darmour Seriel Trailers.

Box 21

Brenda Starr script.

Box 21

Black Arrow script.

Box 21

Henry, treatment with Fay Kanin.

Box 21

Young Idea, with James Francis Crow.

Box 21

Woman in Love with Phil Rosen.

Box 21

One Love at a Time with James L. Henderson.

Box 23

Telvision Scripts, unproduced.

Box 23

Heading Home, 1960.

Box 23

Sugarfoot, with James L. Henderson, 1959.

Box 23

The Hold-out, 1958.

Box 23

All Other film story outlines, 1937-1950.

Box 22

Miscellaneous TV & Film scripts.

Box 22

Paging the Judge, ABC radio network show, 1953.

Box 22

TFPL (U.S.Airforce) Training films, 1942-43.

Box 22

Such is Life, TV pilot film; scripts, bills, etc.

Box 22

Crosby Enterprises, TV films produced.

Box 22

Dixon short story.

Box 24

Miscellaneous TV & Radio Scripts, 1939-1940.

Box 24

Drawing Conclusions (Bob Dwan).

Box 24

Glamour Boy (Ran Singer).

Box 24

Mousie (Herb Allen).

Box 24

Jackie Coogan show script (produced).

Box 24

Teamsters Union film.

Box 24

Camera Club publication.

Box 24

Bleat File copies.

Box 24

Let's Broadcast manuscripts (Published).

Box 24

Gildersleeve radio outlines for L.L. Levinson.

Box 24

Duffy's Tavern.

Box 24

Astrology short subject.

Box 24

Miscellaneous Stories to adapt.

Box 25

Polemical writings.

Box 25

Frankenstein mayor campaign.

Box 25

Proposition 12 (right to work).

Box 25

Writers Congress.

Box 25

Dear Joe.

Box 25

Communique Brochures, printed, Hollywood Writers Mob.

Box 25

Ben Scribbling, radio writers guild.

Box 25

Pabst Commercials.

Box 25

Wright Field miscellaneous.

Box 26

People Are Funny outlines.

Box 27

Completed Plays & Novels (unpublished).

Box 27

Bride of the Bath (play), 1954.

Box 27

Breakaway (1950).

Box 27

All for a Lousy Fortune (1946).

Box 27

Axy novel, 1957, incomplete.

Box 28

Friend of the Family (unpublished novel, 1948-1954).

Box 29

Persian Wedding, 1956.

Scope and Content Note

Three drafts of un-sold screenplay based on book by Anne Sinclair Medhevi, in collaboration with her.
Box 30

Private journal.

Note

Restricted.
 

Second Year Donations, February 1963

 

Ephemera attending Civic Activities.

Box 31

Files 1,2,3: Activities undertaken in connection with Santa Monica School Board Lay committee on building. 1956, 1957.

Box 31

Files 4-8: Little League in Malibu, 1956 through 1959.

Box 31

File 9: Committee reports, etc., in connection with building of Writers Guild building. 1957-58.

Box 31

File 10: UCLA Scholarship committee (This was committee which awarded scholarship to Rafer Johnson), 1953, 1956(?), n.d.

Box 31

File 11: Agendas, etc., of Alumni Council meetings (UCLA) (Three tone doodling, here!), 1953.

Box 31

File 12: Parent Teacher Association presidency, 1953-1954.

 

Prospective Television Programs--Audition Scripts.

Box 32

1. Beat Your Wife--Wayne Morris, August 1953.

Box 32

2. Beat Your Wife--Alan Hale Jr., September 28, 1953.

Box 32

3. Beat Your Wife--Robert Paige, 8 April 1954.

Box 32

4. Rogers in Town--Will Rogers Jr., 1955.

Box 32

5. What's Your Hobby--Ken Murray-Sue Fleishman, 1956.

Box 32

6. Wish Day--Robert Paige, May 31, 1956.

Box 32

7. Five minute Entertainment program, 1962.

Box 32

8. Don McNeill TV Audition--Chicago, August 7, 1956.

Box 32

9. Farmers Market Presentation--Judy Canova, 1959.

Box 32

10. One More Chance--with Chuck Foreman, 1959.

Box 32

11. What's the Name of that Song--Gwinn, Robert Alda, 1957.

Box 32

12. The Sandy Vance Show--Presentation, 1958.

Box 32

13. Your On Your Own--Script, 1954.

 

Prospective Television Programs.

Box 33

1. Judge a' Character--Prospecti, 1956-1960.

Box 33

2. What do I Wear, 1953.

Box 33

3. The Human Race, 1956-1962.

Box 33

4. Mr. Mystery, 1956.

Box 33

5. Win in Doubt, 1958.

Box 33

6. Jury Room (Dick Davis), 1953.

Box 33

7. Friend of Foe (Shukin), 1957.

Box 33

8. Blow the Man Down, 1954 (Includes funny biographical notes!).

Box 33

9. Sincerely Yours, 1960.

Box 33

10. Games On TV (sports: Howard Blake), 1958.

Box 33

11. On the Square, 1958.

Box 33

12. On the Square--2nd Version.

Box 33

13. Zoo Parade--Jack Wrather.

Box 33

14. County Fair--New York, 1959 (one week's work).

Box 33

15. Eddie Mayhew Show--rewrite, 1952 (One Sunday p.m.).

Box 33

16. Follow the Sun submission--M. Hargrove, 1961.

Box 33

17. Incomplete: The Tourist--With Don O'Connor 1957.

Box 33

18. Dialogue Revision The Renegade Ranger, 1938.

Box 33

19. Red Wagon--Swift & Company film, 1945.

Box 33

20. Manuscript of Minicam Photography article, 1944.

 

Prospective T.V. Programs (Some produced....)

Box 34

1. Paging the Judge--produced scripts.

Box 34

2. Paging the Judge--more scripts, 1953-1954.

Box 34

3. Yoleven--Parlor gambling game.

Box 34

4. Say the Word--Audience show, 1960.

Box 34

5. Tom Fadden Possibilities--script ideas, 1956.

Box 34

6. Three Shows for a Band--audience Participation 1957.

Box 34

7. Crime Game, & Treasure Hunt Game, invented for Mattel Toy Company, 1960. First named was distributed and sold as a toy game in 1961.

Box 34

8. Inspector Droll--Dan Jenkins story, J.S. script, 1952.

Box 34

9. One Man Show; Jack Finney story, J.S. Script PROD 1952.

Box 34

10. Heading East: TV Western series idea; 1 hour, script 1960.

Box 34

11. Linkletter Sketchbook: Ray Sullivan 1953.

Box 34

12. Goldwyn Publicity Writing 1937.

Box 34

13. Stanley & Associates publicity writing 1941.

 

Television Plot Outlines & Miscellaneous Stories

Box 35

1. Trip to the Point, 1958. Includes story.

Box 35

2. G-G-Gaslight -- TV Plot outline 1959.

Box 35

3. Miscellaneous T.V. Comedy Ideas.

Box 35

4. Champ--Published short story Manuscript, 1962.

Box 35

5. Three-Legged Gun--TV outline, 1959.

Box 35

6. Taffy--Includes story, 1959.

Box 35

7. The Big Wheel (All-American male) TV, 1959.

Box 35

8. Star Stock Company--TV series idea, 1957.

Box 35

9. The Other Eve--TV, 1958.

Box 35

10. Kelly Bros. (The Alaskans)--TV outline, 1959.

Box 35

11. Crescendo. (Mr. Garlund) outline, script included, 1960.

Box 35

12. Three Lost Loves, 1958. TV outline, Includes script.

Box 35

13. Bad Month at Old San Antone--Satire, 1962.

Box 35

14. Connecticutt Yankee--TV Adaptation (Blake), 1958.

Box 35

15. Long Lost Ago--TV outline, 1952.

Box 35

16. Blood Brothers--S. story & TV adaptation, 1956.

Box 35

17. Fergusons of Texas--With J.L.H., 1959. TV outline.

Box 35

18. Fever, 1958. Includes TV script.

Box 35

19. U.S. Come Home--TV Outline, 1959.

Box 35

20. Flight to Soloco--TV Outline 1958.

Box 35

21. TV Criticism--rejected by New Republic, 1957.

Box 35

22. Mate of the Corpse--Complete TV outline, 1957.

 

Stanley, Jackson, 1914- . Fernando. Los Angeles and Hawaii, 1959-1966.

Box 36

10 packages. Typescript with copious holograph corrections and additions.

Box 36

A novel, in various drafts, unpublished as of November 1966.

 

Addenda.

Note

Material to be assigned to Existing Boxes....
Box 14

Notes--trip to England, 1950. Handwritten Oxford class notes; bride of the bath notes.

Box 8

Correspondence from Europe.

Box 31

Participation in UCLA Play critiques.

 

Correspondence 44, 52, 55, (Put into box with correspondence of same year).

Box 23

TV Ideas, 1958. For some other box.

Box 16

Siberia's No Summer Resort, 1934-1939.

Box 24

Associated TV Committee--first professional TV show in Hollywood..... 1944.

Box 20

Animal Room. 1947.

Box 37

Correspondence, 1960.

Box 37

Correspondence, 1961.

Box 37

Correspondence, January-June 1962.

Box 37

Correspondence, 1962, Mexico.

Box 37

Correspondence, 1962, post-Mexico.

Note

This material received, June 1968.
Box 38

Correspondence, February 8, 1963.

Box 38

Correspondence, May 1963.

Box 38

Correspondence--Post-Mexico 1963.

Box 38

Correspondence--Miscellaneous, 1963.

Box 38

Correspondence--Letters from Europe 1964.

Box 38

Correspondence, September-December 1964.

Box 38

Correspondence, 1965.

Box 38

Correspondence - To June 1966.

Box 38

Correspondence--Hawaii, 1966, miscellaneous.

Box 39

Correspondence--Hawaii, 1966 (Alice Stanley, John Nelson, Gil Harrison, Lou Blau, Bright (Stanley) Kincaid).

Box 39

Correspondence--Hawaii, 1966 (Leith & Jean Anderson, Jack Morse, Laura Stanley, miscellaneous).

 

The Florentine Ring:

Box 39

Publicity.

Box 39

Short stories from... (unpublished).

Box 39

Promotion.

Box 39

Presentation copies.

Box 39

Sales correspondence, 1962.

Box 39

Correspondence: comments from friends regarding The Florentine Ring.

Boxes 40-43

Complete file of TV Program Big Game broadcast in color over NBC TV Network in the summer of 1958 (Total of 12 Broadcasts).

Scope and Content Note

File includes financial records, information on contestants, letters to the program, etc.
Boxes 44-45

Diaries and Date books of Jackson Stanley... various dates as indicated on `envelopes.

Boxes 46, 47

Copy of Unpublished novel, Where the Business Is, plus Original Manuscript typescript under original title: The Roman Wedge. (1966).

Boxes 47, 48

Copy of unpublished novel, Quintopec, plus original manuscript typescript under original title: The Devil & the Dove. (1959-1967--Quntopec written in 1967).

Boxes 48

Correspondence & Obituaries of Fred E. Stanley (1891-1949) relative to his death, May 27, 1949. (Father of Jackson Stanley).

Boxes 48, 49

At least THREE file folders of Correspondence for the/year 1964.

Note

(Please note that no.793 Collection Box 38 contains 2 files of 1964 correspondence, both obviously incomplete.) (p.8 of Register)
 

Ephemera:

Box 49

1. Events Attended, 1966.

Box 49

2. Playa Larga Club de Acapulco.

Box 49

3. Joel Climenhaga (Newsletter).

Box 49

4. TV Markets, 1958.

Box 49

5. UCLA Alumni Shows, 1940-1945.

Box 49

6. Auxiliary Police, 1942.

Box 49

7. Form Letter for People Who have left things at our house.

Box 49

8. Pedigree--Charlie, 1953.

Box 49

9. TV Notes on 1965-66 Season.

Box 49

10. Jason Robards Ephemera.

Box 50

11. Memorial Activities Center Brochures (Includes Dunning Letters).

Box 50

12. Writers Guild.. Miscellaneous mailings, 1961-1963.

Box 50

13. Speeches...Notes for same.... 1955.

Box 50

14 Peter Frankenfeld Correspondence 1958-1963.

Box 50

15. Peter Frankenfeld--Pink Copy of Material sent to Germany.

Box 50

16. Journal of Society for Social Medicine. Phil Wright, editor. vol.1, Issues 1-12.

Box 50

17. Children-Souvenirs.

Box 51

18. Malibu Incorporation, 1963.

Box 51

19. J.L. Webster Parent Teacher Association (Mildred), 1960-61.

Box 51

20. Santa Monica City Schools... Board Meetings, 1961.

Box 51

21. Study course notebooks - Auxiliary Police, etc.

Box 51

Correspondence, 1963.

Note

(to be added to box 38 if possible.
Box 51

Correspondence, 1963.

Note

(to be added to box 38 if possible.
Box 52

1. School Brochures: Cate, Thatcher, Verde Valle.

Box 52

2. Synonon Letter to County, & Brochures, 1963.

Box 52

3. Bruin Bench Minutes & Memoranda (1963-1965).

Box 52

4. Bruin Bench ditto (1966).

Box 52

5. Bruin Bench (1959-60.

Box 52

6. Bruin Bench (1961).

Box 52

7. Bruin Bench (1962).

Box 52

8. Class of 1936. Reunion, 1956.

Box 52

9. Class of 1936. Mailing list, 1956.

Box 52

10. Class of 1936. Reunion, 1961.

Box 53

11. Class of 1936 (Correspondence 1961).

Box 53

12. Class of 1936 (Thirtieth Reunion, 1966).

Box 53

13. Democratic Club of Malibu (1960).

Box 53

14. July 6, 1960 (Arrest).

Box 53

15. Goalposts, 1960- .

Box 53

16. Webster PTA, 1961 Season (Birch Club Takeover) (Speech).

Box 53

17. Horseracing--Programs, 1949-1966 (Includes Betting Records).

Box 53

18. Writers Guild Building Committee (1959).

Box 53

19. Writers Investment Club (1961).

Box 53

20. Loglan Letter.

Box 53

21. Coffee House Positano Brochures. Published Monthly, 1960-61(?).

Box 53

22. Conant Report Comparison--Santa Monica Schools, 1961.

Box 53

23.Parent Teacher Association Speech, 1960.

Box 53

24.Parent Teacher Association Miscellaneous, 1960.

Box 53

25. Career Day Speech. Moor Park High school, 1960.

Box 54

26. Optimst Club proceedings, 1960.

Box 54

27. Freeway Rally. Malibu, April 7, 1962.

Box 54

28. Malibu Postmastership..Speeches, petitions etc 1961.

Box 54

29. American Educational Theater Association 1961.

Box 54

30. Registration.

Box 54

31. Common Stocks Experiment.

Box 54

32. Laura; at Westlake (1960-63) Correspondence.

Box 54

33. Jim Stanley--Webb School (1962-65) Correspondence.

Box 54

34. Cathy at Camp (1962).

Box 54

35. Scrabble Scores (196-).

Box 54

36. Old Poker Scores (1945).

Box 54

37. Hearts Scores (1957).

Box 54

38. Chess with Steiner 1958.

Box 54

39. Westside Bruin Club 1953.

Box 54

40. Arriflex.. Brochures, Waybills (1955).

Box 55

41. Carlos.. Small Claims (1960).

Box 55

42. Business..Hotels...Europe Trip 1964.

Box 55

43. All for a Lousy Fortune, unpublished first novel.

Note

(Perhaps should be collected with Notes (Box 19) & Completed mimeographed Manuscript (Box 27) This entry is first typescript.
Box 55

44. Blue & White Editorial 1932.

Box 55

45. Associated Committee for Television, 1945.

Box 55

46. World Series..Box Scores, 1940.

Box 55

47. Sawyer School of Business Brief Form.

Box 55

48. First Draft...Hogarth...History Thesis, 1935.

Box 55

49. Daily Bruin Clippings. May 16-25, 1935.

Box 55

50. Vladamir Serge Suit--UCLA Film, 1935, Script.

Box 55

51. Marriage.. 1938. Sucker List.

Box 56

52. Magazine Articles... Minicam Photography, Clearning House, Readers Scope, This month.

Box 56

53. Click, Southern California picture magazine.

Box 56

54. Daily Bruin Memo to Andy Hamilton... May 1934.

Box 56

55. Budget Figures, 1939.

Box 56

56. 5656 Fernwood Avenue 1943-1948.

Box 56

57. 27460 Malibu Road 1948-1963.

Box 56

58. Additions to Residence 1959.

Box 56

59. 6. 44 Acres, Malibu 1964.

Box 56

60. Employment Taxes-State 1954-1962.

Box 56

61. Dresdner Bank 1958-1959.

Box 56

62. John Nelson. Europe. 1958 ( Big Game).

Boxes 57, 58

Letters and Papers of Mildred Cooley Stanley prior to our marriage. They may be filed or destroyed in any way you see fit.

Box 59

Manuscript, for screen production of my father, Fred E. Stanley, February 7, 1891-May 27, 1949.

Box 60

Various screen treatments submitted to him while he was story editor at Darmour productions. 1933(?).

Boxes 59, 60

Miscellaneous other screen treatments.

Note

Various brochures and programs which may be given to other departments of the library, or destroyed.
Box 61

Periodicals containing articles by Fred Stanley, 1930-1947.

Physical Description: (6 items)
Box 62

1. Various Papers. press Agency, 1939-40 Film Production Lab, UCLA, Auxiliary Police, Miscellaneous Papers, 1944.

Box 62

2. Hospital Book (4 vol.), October-November 1962 (Correspondence, 1st Coronary).

Box 63

3. Travel Brochures (Oregon Trip 1946) Racing Programs.

Box 63

4. Coccidiodomycosis--Correspondence, 1957.

 

Three on the Town

Scope and Content Note

PAPERS RELATIVE TO PRODUCTION of TV program, Three on the Town, Cleveland Ohio, July 17, 1967-January 30, 1968.
Executive Producer, John Nelson, of NBC Owned & Operated Division, New York; Producer Alan Neuman; Associate Producer, Jackson Stanley. File includes scripts, productions reports, publicity, & files for each individual week of the try-outs, listed under names of emcees who tried out. (This job in Cleveland was the fuse that fired off the writing of The Real Duke)
Box 63

1. Wall Chart, 3 on the Town.

Box 63

2. Woody Wooderry Reports submitted by Alice Stanley (mother).

Box 63

3. Prospective Acts.

Box 63

4. Games.

Box 63

5. Miscellaneous Corres with prospective idea people for show.

Box 63

6. New Format, October 1, 1967.

Box 63

7. Comserv sheets (Official station description of show to be submitted weekly to FCC.

Box 63

8. Sketches. (Prospective only; none used).

Box 64

9, 10, 11. Reports--including publicity, Inter-office corres,.

Box 64

12-19. Files for performers: Linn Sheldon, Jim Lucas, Johnny Gilbert, Clay Cole, Dick Curtis, Bob Kole, Mark Russell & Tom Haley. (One per week).

Box 64

20-32. Files for Performers finally selected (Clay Cole & Mark Russell) Numbers x-1, x-2 etc. Refers to Weeks.

 

The Real Duke, Published November 12, 1969 by Stein & Day, New York.

Note

I am holding the following file folders relative to The Real Duke until they shall be complete, at which point they will be delivered to the Dept. of Special Collections in accordance with my custom.
  • a. The Real Duke, Manuscript.
  • b. Contracts.
  • c. Sol Stein (Publisher) Correspondence.
  • d. Renni Browne (Editor) Correspondence.
  • e. Reviews.
  • f. Promotion.
  • g. Correspondence with Buyers, readers.
Box 65

1. C/C of original prospectus, February 10, 1968.

Box 65

2. Research notes.

Box 65

3. First draft pages.

Box 65

4. Complete carbon on 575 page submission to publisher, September 29, 1968.

Box 65

5. Page revisions through October and November 1968.

Box 66

6. Additional Cuts, October & November 1968.

Box 66

7. Additional Cuts, January 1969.

Box 66

8. Cuts, December 1968.

Box 66

9. Photostat of version submitted in January 1969.

Box 66

10 Revisions through February, March & April 1969.

Box 67

11. Final Manuscript as it went to the printer.

Box 67

12. Galley Proofs.

Box 67

13. Page proofs.

Box 68

Notes and Hands.

Box 68

Journal, 1970-1974.

Box 68

Raymond confidential report. Shaw papers.

Box 68

Poetry, 1974.

Box 68

Cheatham.

Box 68

Where the Vision?.

Box 68

J. Sixties.

Box 68

Journal.

Box 68

Erotica.

Box 68

Correspondence-- Eve Of St. Agnes.

Box 69

Employment insurance.

Box 69

House plans David Ming Li Lowe.

Box 69

Dozie Federal.

Box 69

Stout & Wright.

Box 69

Tax reports.

Box 69

Acreage--Malibu.

Box 69

Furniture moving and storage receipts.

Box 69

Marina Aparments brochure.

Box 69

Insurance, Securities Trust.

Box 69

Robert Myer, contractor, 1954-1955.

Box 69

Riverside property.

Box 69

H. Werner Buck debt to Fred E. Stanley.

Box 69

Hawaii correspondence, 1967.

Box 69

Santa Monica correspondence, 1967.

Box 69

Bethesda correspondence, 1968.

Box 70

Cleveland correspondence, July 1967-January 1968.

Box 70

Family correspondence, 1968.

Box 70

Family correspondence--Laura, Mildred, Jim.

Box 70

Irish theater.

Box 70

Fig Tree John.

Box 70

Emerson on Love.

Box 70

Death Valley, 1973.

Box 70

Anna and the King.

Box 70

Photography brochures.

Box 70

7210 Tester.

Box 71

Graphics Expo, 1972.

Box 71

WGA Strike.

Box 71

Letter from UCLA African Studies Center.

Box 71

Musso & Frank Grill article by Lois Dwan.

Box 71

Richard Levinson--Lois Dwan articles-- Los Angeles Times, 1969.

Box 71

Howard Blake piece in Israel magazine, 1969.

Box 71

Real estate school ABS notes.

Box 71

Popular songs catalogs.

Box 71

Building materials brochures.

Box 71

Olympiad Mexico.

Box 71

Bulletin of Atomic Scientists, 1947.

Box 71

Mexican presidents.

Box 71

Eldridge Cleaver.

Box 71

Kennedy staff.

Box 71

New York Times article: Architecture, the Living Theater.

Box 71

Building. Slides.

Box 71

Pueblo case news stories, 1969.

Box 71

Manuscript play contests.

Box 71

Superstition.

Box 71

Human Inventory, Incorporated.

Box 71

Plagiarism suit versus CBS.

Box 71

Homosexuality.

Box 72

16mm Film catalogs.

Box 72

College theaters.

Box 72

The New Republic.

Box 72

Durrell.

Box 72

Robert Crichton.

Box 72

John O'Hara.

Box 72

Magazine ownership.

Box 72

The New Revolution.

Box 72

American Veterans Committee.

Box 72

Leonard Gregory book catalogs, 1945.

Box 72

Kristen.

Box 72

One Big Happy Number: October 9, 1963.

Box 72

1954 Budget.

Box 72

Green-Colorado 1969.

Box 72

Americans for Democratic Action.

Box 72

Birth certificate-Passports.

Box 72

Coffee.

Box 72

Pipe smoking brochures.

Box 72

Double crostic.

Box 72

Swahili lessons.

Box 73

Mathematics.

Box 73

Hadrian VII.

Box 73

Christmas letters, 1962.

Box 73

My Mailings.

Box 73

Ralph Forbes.

Box 73

Narcotics.

Box 73

Published photos.

Box 73

First day covers.

Box 73

Galsworthy play collection.

Box 73

Aldous Huxley collection.

Box 73

Higginson collection.

Box 73

The Medici.

Box 73

Letter re Two for the Seesaw New Yorker review.

Box 73

Martingales.

Box 73

Horse racing--Trotter-pacers.

Box 73

Jesse Jones Box Company.

Box 73

John Burroughs Jr. High school diploma.

Box 73

Ephemera--Children.

Box 73

Ephemera--Alice.

Box 73

Ephemera--Jack.

Box 73

Class of 1936.

Box 73

Cathy the runner.

Box 73

Singletarians.

Box 73

The Committee (Improvisationists).

Box 73

ESP--UCLA.

Box 73

Basil--Crime.

Box 74

Ephemera--Mildred.

Box 74

San Pedro walk, March 24, 1972.

Box 74

The Man Who Was Irresistible to Women.

Box 74

Higginson piece New Republic, 1963.

Box 74

Time for Tom.

Box 74

Impact commercial.

Box 74

He Says-She Says.

Box 74

Brice Mack.

Box 74

You and the Law.

Box 74

Champagne-Dwan.

Box 74

Games-General.

Box 74

J.S.P. Toys.

Box 74

Dynasty game design-7304.

Box 74

Escape game-7303.

Box 74

Selchow and Righter.

Box 75

ESP game 7302.

Box 75

Pocket pool--7301.

Box 75

Far and Near.

Box 75

Sports events we have seen.

Box 75

Watergate material.

Box 76

Watergate.

Box 76

John Birch Society.

Box 77

Crime.

Box 77

Domestic news and politics.

Box 77

Film strike October 1945.

Box 77

Obituaries.

Box 77

Various articles.

Box 77

1971 Earthquake-- Los Angeles Times.

Box 78

Correspondence June-December 1968. Santa Monica.

Box 78

1969 Correspondence.

Box 78

1970 Correspondence.

Box 78

1971 Correspondence.

Box 78

1972 Correspondence.

Box 78

Outs, October 1971. Deleted chapters from a book on bridge.

Box 78

Press cuttings.

Box 78

Geneology.

Box 78

E.C. Moore.

Box 78

On writing technique.

Box 78

1974 Start.

Physical Description: (Manuscript)
Box 79

Los Angeles Open 1974.

Box 79

Earplay project.

Box 79

Art media samples.

Box 79

New Word for Fornicate manuscript. The New Republic, December 28, 1963.

Box 79

Mimosa.

Physical Description: (Partial manuscript)
Box 79

Republic of Letters.

Physical Description: (Manuscript)
Box 79

Edmund Wilson material.

Box 79

Saul Steinberg. Draft of article for New Republic.

Box 79

Teleplay-- Hollywood Heyday: Heel and Soul.

Box 79

Dark Dawn.

Box 79

Firs' Souf' notes.

Box 79

Higginson notes.

Box 79

Article ideas.

Box 79

Long Wait at Styx. Notes, etc.

Box 79

New Kind of Guy: Biomathematician. Article.

Box 79

Computers. Notes.

Box 79

Cook book.

Box 79

Flight Plan: Fun! Article.

Box 79

Manuscript-- In Search of an Island.

Box 80

PTA Outlook articles.

Box 80

The Sixties.

Box 80

The Foolish Fifties.

Box 80

Replies to Idiocy. Letters to editors and articles.

Box 80

Early sketching 1929.

Box 80

Work charts.

Box 80

Correspondence re Stanley and Hollywood blacklist.

Box 80

Decoupage.

Box 80

Calligraphy--advertisement.

Box 80

Diversion At Delphi.

Box 80

Partial manuscripts for A Rogue's Life and The Interview.

Box 80

Play Bride of the Bath.

Box 80

Where the Business Is.

Box 81

Personal records.

Box 81

Unanswered correspondence.

Box 81

Court Rhodes.

Box 81

1973 Correspondence.

Box 81

Current correspondence (1974- ).

Box 81

Sentiments of Richard M. Nixon.

Box 81

TV events seen.

Box 81

Script Mousie and the Rat.

Box 82

Script Double Exposure.

Box 82

Partial manuscript Melantha.

Box 82

Script Sergeant Bantry.

Box 82

Script Brother.

Box 82

Script Undercover Jay.

Box 82

Script The Coverup.

Box 82

Material for westerns.

Box 82

TV-related correspondence, 1970.

Box 82

Script for Mission Impossible.

Box 82

Script for Young Lawyers. Treatment.

Box 82

Script for The Bold Ones. Treatment.

Box 82

Script for Bonanza. Treatment.

Box 82

Treatment Cast Off for Medical Center.

Box 82

Treatment for Mission Impossible episode The Subway.

Box 82

Treatment for script Angel Crutch.

Box 82

Treatment for Marcus Welby MD script Birthwort.

Box 82

Treatment for script Sound and Fury.

Box 82

Notes for Mod Squad script.

Box 82

Script Feedback for Name of the Game.

Box 82

Idea bank-Notes, miscellaneous.

Box 82

Notes and correspondence re Marcus Welby MD Script.

Box 82

Ideas for Room 222.

Box 82

Notes for Storefront.

Box 82

Correspondence re Hawaii Five-O ideas.

Box 82

Ideas for Nichols.

Box 82

Treatment for Apartment Heist.

Box 82

Ideas for In On The Kill.

Box 83

Partial manuscript and draft for The Day to Kill.

Box 83

First draft of screenplay Mark Of Angels.

Box 83

1971 Checklist of screenplays in UCLA Theater Arts Library.

Box 83

Mark of Angels notes.

Box 83

Manuscript of Mark of Angels. Second draft(?).

Box 83

Continuation of second draft of Mark of Angels (?).

Box 83

First draft Mark of Angels deletions.

Box 83

Third draft Mark of Angels.

Box 83

Double Exposure manuscript and corrections.

Box 83

Quintopec Draft, notes and corrections.

Box 83

Quintopec correspondence.

Box 84

Final draft Quintopec.

Box 84

Edited manuscript of Quintopec.

Box 84

Outline and early draft for novel Happy You Die.

Box 85

Mildred Stanley writings, 1940s.

Box 85

World bidding championships, 1974 (Bridge.).

Box 85

Letter re Bill Lester estate July 13, 1973.

Box 85

Cooley family correspondence (Mildred Stanley's family).

Box 85

Correspondence: Hulsey Lokey.

Box 85

Catherine Stanley's wedding.

Box 85

Computer program.

Box 85

Stanley family geneology.

Box 85

Geneology continued.

Box 85

Eagles correspondence, 1923-24.

Box 85

Kenney family history.

Box 85

New Yorker article on overpopulation.

Box 85

Alice recollections.

Box 85

Correspondence Overseas School of Rome.

Box 85

Correspondence re game idea 1973.

Box 85

Character names from Stanley's novels.

Box 85

Notes: The Lady's Marker.

Box 86

First draft The Angeleno.

Box 86

Bound manuscript The Angeleno.

Box 86

Corrections The Angeleno.

Box 86

Notes, research, etc. for The Angeleno.

Box 87

Research for The Angeleno.

Box 87

Cursive draft.

Box 87

Transcribed.

Box 87

First outline.

Box 87

Revised original.

Box 87

Additional material.

Box 87

1979 corrections.

Box 88

Manuscript Gamesman Bridge by Stanley and E.B. Kantar.

Box 88

Galley proofs.

Box 89

Easy Expert Bridge late draft.

Box 89

Easy Expert Bridge early rough drafts.

Box 89

Additional rough drafts.

Box 90

Gamesman Bridge manuscript. Copy read by Gil Harrison.

Box 90

Gamesman Bridge manuscript. final corrections.

Box 90

Correspondence from Liveright Publishing.

Box 90

Gamesman contract.

Box 90

Material related to manuscript.

Box 90

Gamesman orders.

Box 91

Mattel game 1972.

Box 91

Guest lists for show 3 on the Town.

Box 91

Script for children's show with Marty Allen.

Box 91

Notes on animal show.

Box 91

Television show idea and notes-- Dina and The Three Soars.

Box 91

Notes- Uncle Otto.

Box 91

Business, photo data Rome, Hamburg 1964.

Box 91

Q.C. Sheppard.

Box 91

Screenplay outline A Case of Self Defense.

Box 91

Doug Scwartz--Budget for short subject film.

Box 91

Outline-- Bank Affair.

Box 91

Teleplay-- Mr. Potts.

Box 91

Draft of Ring Around the Rosary for Man From U.N.C.L.E.

Box 91

Draft Heaven's Full of Rocks.

Box 91

Draft of script Crescendo.

Box 91

Idea for play Eamon.

Box 91

Idea for script Knight of the Road.

Box 91

Outline for Dr. Kildare script.

Box 91

Draft of script Four Ways in Vienna.

Box 91

Partial outline script The Latticed Door.

Box 91

Ideas for A Man's A Man.

Box 91

Draft of novel Scott Free.

Box 91

Notes for a novel about bridge.

Box 91

Draft of novel Affair of State.

Box 92

Several drafts of short story, Who Forever Held His Peace.

Box 92

Outline for Room 222 script “A Ship is A quotation From A Forest.”

Box 92

Various film synopses.

Box 92

TV critique 1968 season.

Box 92

Outline Vladimir Serge Suit 1936.

Box 92

Short short stories.

Box 92

Ten Gallon Hat, Stanley's first published short story (Los Anglees High annual).

Box 92

Two Letters-idea for a novel.

Box 92

Scramby Amby-game show scripts.

Box 92

Outline for Groucho Marx series.

Box 92

Style manual and other material for Man From U.N.C.L.E.

Box 92

E.J. Ralston Again-Story ideas.

Box 92

Outline for Death Valley Days script.

Box 92

Idea for daytime TV show.

Box 92

Ulcer book manuscript.

Box 92

Donald O'Connor show notes and ideas, 1968.

Box 92

Story notes-- Pregnant Pause.

Box 92

Story treatment- Don't Call Me Comrade, Comrade.

Box 92

Correspondence with Dick Clark Productions re Hawaiian Honeymoon.

Box 92

TV script idea The Lash and the Book.

Box 92

Ideas, notes for game show, The Sky's The Limit.

Box 92

Friend of the Family-treatment.

Box 92

Big Game game show--Financial statement, scripts, set building instructions.

Box 93

Repeatable games, notes from People Are Funny.

Box 93

Script Blood Brothers.

Box 93

Film and TV stories, March-June 1967.

Box 93

Bid and correspondence for Air Force training film.

Box 93

Treatment for novel Damp Canyon.

Box 93

First draft Our Man Mann.

Box 93

Ad campaign for Carpetech.

Box 93

Notes on audience participation shows, ratings, etc.

Box 93

Outline for game show Judge a Character.

Box 93

Production boards Big Game game show.

Box 93

Research for game show The Human Race.

Box 93

Game shows: Statistics, budgets, etc.

Box 93

Outline for panel show Sat the Word.

Box 93

Correspondence with Robert Wehner.

Box 93

Correspondence with Herbert Wright.

Box 93

Unanswered letters.

Box 93

Notes on TV show Keep Talking.

Box 93

Correspondence with Peter Edler.

Box 94

Biographical data on Minister Mukasa of Uganda--Overseas Hosts.

Box 94

Revolutionary ideas--articles.

Box 94

Rough outlines-- Out of Time and The Autumn Springs.

Box 94

Rough draft, Out of Time.

Box 94

Coincidences.

Box 94

Sixty-Notes on aging.

Box 94

Raymond Bierce tragedy.

Box 94

Poem--Once Met in the Shade.

Box 94

Echo Chamber notes.

Box 94

Starts--1973.

Box 94

Correspondence with Mag-Nif, Incorporated.

Box 94

Story idea The Golden Trunk.

Box 94

Story idea on poet Byron.

Box 94

Verse in letters.

Box 94

Verse.

Box 94

Manuscript, Lean Forever.

Box 94

Manuscript, Lose Weight with Joy.

Box 94

Diet research.

Box 94

Correspondence--Martin Agronsky.

Box 94

Curtis Brown Limited.

Box 94

Correspondence with Kenneth Bilby of NBC 1968.

Box 94

Correspondence with Buchanan of Southwestern Natural Gas.

Box 94

Condolences.

Box 95

Article on the Greek Isles.

Box 95

Judge J. Morse--articles and story ideas.

Box 95

Stanley's will and biography.

Box 95

Bad Month at San Antone-Article, notes on Ad Topperwein.

Box 95

Edmund Kohn works.

Box 95

Miscellaneous correspondence.

Box 95

Correspondence with Howard Blake.

Box 95

Correspondence with Tom and Elizabeth Brady.

Box 95

Naomi Burton correspondence--to 1969.

Box 95

Naomi Burton correspondence--1950-1954.

Box 95

Naomi Burton correspondence--1959-1961.

Box 95

Correspondence with Ethel Cooley.

Box 96

Correspondence with Chandler Harris.

Box 96

Correspondence with Gilbert Harrison.

Box 96

Correspondence with Della Hart.

Box 96

Correspondence with Peter Heggie (Authors' Guild).

Box 96

Correspondence with Jimmy Henderson.

Box 96

Correspondence with Jimmy Henderson.

Box 96

Correspondence with Bright Kincaid.

Box 96

Correspondence with C. Larronde.

Box 96

Thomas Lipscomb correspondence.

Box 96

Correspondence with Laura Stanley.

Box 96

Correspondence with Jack Morse.

Box 96

Correspondence with Stu Pelon.

Box 96

Correspondence with Ed Nofziger.

Box 96

Letters to William Robinson returned by Air Force.

Box 96

Correspondence with Anthony Rota Booksellers.

Box 97

Mc Hale's Navy Ensign Parker episode.

Box 97

Mc Hale's Navy Piazza Binghamtoni episode.

Box 97

Room 222 The Lincoln Story episode.

Box 97

Hawaii Five-O Second Shot episode.

Box 97

The Man From U.N.C.L.E. The Very Grave Affair episode.

Box 97

The Wild Wild West The Night of the Gruesome Games episode.

Box 97

Mc Hale's Navy War-Italian Style episode.

Box 97

Fun and Games game show proposal.

Box 97

Manuscript, The Bird That Could'nt Carry a Tune by Charles Norman.

Box 98

Abu Ben Adhem-a play.

Box 98

Partial Manuscript, The Amiable Monster.

Box 98

Screenplay (TV) The Cover-Up.

Box 98

The Real Duke reader proofs.

Box 98

Play Sybil by Jack Morse.

Box 98

The Chrysler Show One Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovich.

Box 98

Musical comedy Lootville by Benedict and Nancy Freeman.