Guide to the Marjorie Kellogg Papers

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Guide to the Marjorie Kellogg Papers

Collection number: PA Mss 85

Department of Special Collections

Davidson Library

University of California, Santa Barbara
Processed by:
Zachary Liebhaber
Date Completed:
July 12, 2011
Encoded by:
Zachary Liebhaber
© 2011 The Regents of the University of California. All rights reserved.

Descriptive Summary

Title: Marjorie Kellogg papers
Dates: 1895-2005
Dates: (bulk 1922-2005)
Collection number: PA Mss 85
Creator: Kellogg, Marjorie
Collection Size: 30 linear feet, plus 9 audio cassettes, 5 sound reels, 2 video cassettes, 5 film reels (18 document boxes, 15 flat boxes).
Repository: University of California, Santa Barbara. Library. Dept. of Special Collections
Santa Barbara, CA 93106
Abstract: Papers of Marjorie Kellogg (1922-2005), American novelist and screenplay writer born in Santa Barbara, California. In addition to correspondence, original manuscripts, photographs, press clippings and artifacts relating to Kellogg’s writing career, the collection includes historical photographs of Santa Barbara and the surrounding area.
Physical location: For current information on the location of these materials, please consult the library's online catalog.
Languages: Languages represented in the collection: English

Access

Use of the collection is unrestricted.

Publication Rights

Copyright has not been assigned to the Department of Special Collections, UCSB. All requests for permission to publish or quote from manuscripts must be submitted in writing to the Head of Special Collections. Permission for publication is given on behalf of the Department of Special Collections as the owner of the physical items and is not intended to include or imply permission of the copyright holder, which also must be obtained.

Preferred Citation

Marjorie Kellogg papers. PA Mss 85, Department of Special Collections, University Libraries, University of California, Santa Barbara.

Acquisition Information

Donated by Sylvia Short, May 2011.

Biography / Administrative History

Born in Santa Barbara, California, Marjorie Kellogg (1922-2005) began her writing career as a copy editor for the San Francisco Chronicle after attending UC Berkeley. A later position led her to Europe, where she covered France and Spain for Salute magazine immediately after World War II. After returning to the United States, she obtained a bachelor's and master's degree in social work from Smith College.
While working as social worker in New York City, Marjorie Kellogg completed her first novel, Tell Me That You Love Me, Junie Moon (1968), adapting it as a screenplay for the 1970 movie of the same name, directed by Otto Preminger and starring Liza Minnelli and Ken Howard.
Kellogg followed her second novel, Like the Lion's Tooth (1972), with a screenplay adaptation of Sylvia Plath's The Bell Jar. In addition to her novels and screenplays, Kellogg wrote plays and musicals, including The Oldest Trick in the World, directed by Carl Williams, The Smile of the Cardboard Man, and After You've Gone, both starring Sylvia Short.
Kellogg was the daughter of Eugene S. Kellogg and Emma Pickett, both from long-established Santa Barbara and Ventura county families.

Scope and Content of Collection

The collection can be divided into two parts. The first part (Series I-III) includes early Santa Barbara area photographs, documents, genealogies and artifacts from the Pickett and Kellogg family collections, as well as photographs taken by Marjorie Kellogg in France and Spain in the aftermath of World War II.
The second part (Series IV-XIV) comprises manuscripts, photographs, correspondence, documents, audio and visual recordings, artifacts and artwork relating to Kellogg's career as student of social work at Smith College, social worker for the state of New York, author, playwright and film maker. This section includes the original manuscripts of Tell Me That You Love Me, Junie Moon and Like the Lion's Tooth, as well original manuscripts of Kellogg's screenplays, plays and musicals. Among the photographs are production stills of the film version of Tell Me That You Love Me, Junie Moon (including on-set photos of Liza Minnelli and Otto Preminger), as well as stills to the first two scenes of the film version of Like the Lion's Tooth (Marjorie Kellogg, director, with Betty Buckley) shot for promotion and never completed. Audio and visual recordings include multiple film reels to this production.

Arrangement

The collection has been arranged into the following series: I. Family photographs, II. Family documents, III. Eastwood letters, IV. Smith College, V. Novels, VI. Screenplays, VII. Musicals, VIII. Plays, IX. Junie Moon (Film, 1970), X. Lion's Tooth (Film), XI. General correspondence, XII. Miscellaneous, XIII. Posters, XIV. Audio and visual recordings.
The bulk of Series I., Family photographs, comprises family photographs. Also included in this series are photographs of France and Spain after World War II taken by Marjorie Kellogg, publicity stills of Marjorie Kellogg, and miscellaneous photos not related to a specific film production or play. Series III. Eastwood Letters, contains the transcribed letters of John George Eastwood, Kellogg's great-grandfather. Series V., Novels, includes original manuscripts to all of Marjorie Kellogg's novels as well as publisher's galleys. Series IX. Junie Moon (Film, 1970) and X. Lion's Tooth (Film) contain photographs, clippings, documents and correspondence related to these productions. Series XI. General correspondence, contains incoming correspondence from friends (including Paula Fox and Carson McCullers), colleagues, family and admirers. Among the miscellaneous items are clippings, plays saved on floppy disks, notebooks, artifacts, and fragments of unidentified works.

Indexing Terms

The following terms have been used to index the description of this collection in the library's online public access catalog.
Fox, Paula
McCullers, Carson, 1917-1967
Minnelli, Liza
Preminger, Otto
Authors, American
Clippings
Correspondence
Film (performing arts)
Manuscripts
Photographs


Collection Contents

 

Series I. Family photographs

Box 1: 1

Santa Barbara Mission, Father [?], colorized photo, 1895

Box 1: 2

Santa Barbara Mission, colorized photo, 1900

Box 1: 3

Edward Samuel Pickett (age 1 year), portrait

Box 1: 4

George John Eastwood and Felicite Whitling Eastwood, portrait

Box 1: 5

Edward Samuel Pickett and Louisa Alice Eastwood, portrait, two copies, 11/28/1894

Box 1: 6

Emma Euphemia Pickett (10 [?] months), portrait, two copies, plus lock of hair (Emma Pickett Kellogg, age 29 years), 1896, 1924

Box 1: 7

Emma Euphemia Pickett, portrait, 1902

Box 1: 8

Emma and Irene Pickett, postcard portrait

Box 1: 9

Emma Pickett (age, 16 years), portrait, 1911

Box 1: 10

Edward and Louisa Alice Pickett, portrait

Box 1: 11

Eugene Shirrell Kellogg and siblings, portrait

Box 1: 12

Eugene Shirrell Kellogg (age, 16 years), portrait, two copies 1909

Box 1: 13

Negative of house, woman and child in front

Box 1: 14

Emma Pickett (age 17.5 years) and Mary Weeks, post card portrait, 1912

Box 1: 15

Emma Pickett, Oxnard High School graduation and portrait, 1912

Box 1: 16

Pickett family snapshots, plus genealogical note

Box 1: 17

Eugene Shirrell Kellogg (25 yrs) and Emma Pickett Kellogg (23 yrs) portrait, two copies, 1918

Box 1: 18

Eugene Edward Kellogg (age, 1 year), portrait, two copies, 1919

Box 1: 19

Emma Pickett Kellogg, portrait, 1935

Box 1: 20

Eugene Shirrell Kellogg, portrait, 1935

Box 1: 21

Palm Canyon 1925, Palm Springs, Kellogg family, Thanksgiving Day, 1935

Box 1: 22

Emma Pickett Kellogg (in shawl), 1937

Box 1: 23

Emma Pickett Kellogg and Eugene Shirrell Kellogg, portrait

Box 1: 24

Eugene Edward Kellogg, Emma Pickett Kellogg, Marjorie May Kellogg, 1926

Box 1: 25

Eugene Edward Kellogg, Eugene Shirrell Kellogg, Marjorie May Kellogg, 1934

Box 1: 26

Portrait of Eugene Shirrell Kellogg and Emma Pickett Kellogg, 1935

Box 1: 27

Portrait of Marjorie Mae Kellogg (22 years), 1944

Box 1: 28

“Pictures of Porteguela,” 1941-1945

Box 1: 29

Snapshots, 1947-1950

Box 1: 30

“Horses in my life—Emma K.”

Box 1: 31

“Dogs in my life---E.K.S., E.K.”

Box 1: 32

Henry and Emma [Kellogg] Simpson, snapshots, 1952-1972

Box 1: 33

Emma [Kellogg] Simpson, portrait

Box 1: 34

Photo (cardboard backed) of Rowboat

Box 1: 35

San Antonio Creek house after Painted Cave fire, 1990

Box 1: 36

Miscellaneous photos from envelop labelled "Old photos for framing

Box 1: 37

Marjorie Kellogg--Miscellaneous early photos and slides

Box 1: 38

Marjorie Kellogg and dog in car, photo

Box 1: 39

Marjorie Kellogg--Miscellaneous later photos I, 1980s

Box 1: 40

Marjorie Kellogg--Miscellaneous later photos II, 1990s

Box 1: 41

Marjorie Kellogg publicity stills (includes negatives)

Box 1: 42

Empty studio envelopes

Box 2: 1

Emma Pickett, photo album [1], with inscription dated 11/26/1900

Box 2: 2

Emma Pickett, photo album [2], with inscription dated 11/26/1900

Box 2: 3

Emma Pickett, photo album [3], class of 1913

Box 2: 4

Emma Pickett, photo album [4], 1909-1913

Flat Box 5

Emma Pickett, photo album [5], 1880, 1912-1917

Flat Box 6

Kellogg family (Eugene S., Emma, Eugene E., Marjorie) photo album [1], 1919-1923

Flat Box 7

Kellogg family (Eugene S., Emma, Eugene E., Marjorie) photo album [2], 1923-1932

Flat Box 8A

Kellogg family (Eugene S., Emma, Eugene E., Marjorie) photo album [3], 1930s

Flat Box 8B

Marjorie Kellogg, photo album [1], 1927-1939

Flat Box 8C

Marjorie Kellogg, photo album (Europe) [2], 1946-1947

Flat Box 8D: 1

Caricature portrait of Kellogg family, 1930s

Flat Box 8D: 2

Portrait, of Marjorie Mae (8 years) and Eugene Edward Kellogg (12 years), 1931

Flat Box 8D: 3

Photos of seashore, boats

Flat Box 8D: 4

Photos--inside of church, people

 

Series II. Family documents

Box 3: 1

Deed recorded at request of Mary Tucker, Santa Barbara County Records, 10/11/1880

Box 3: 2

Certificate recorded at request of John Pickett, Santa Barbara County Records, 9/29/1889

Box 3: 3

Deed recorded at request of Mary Tucker, Santa Barbara County Records, 9/25/1899

Box 3: 4

Certificate of Redemption of Real Estate, Edward Pickett, State of California, 11/2/1901

Box 3: 5

Administrator’s Deed: Mary Tucker to Edward Pickett, Santa Barbara County Recorder’s Office, 1/24/1913

Box 3: 6

Deed, Goleta Public Cemetery, Edward Pickett, 7/10/1942

Box 3: 7

Affidavit of Birth Emma Euphemia Pickett, Santa Barbara County Records, 11/28/1940

Box 3: 8

Affidavit of Birth Emma Euphemia Pickett, Santa Barbara Country Records, 7/3/1946

Box 3: 9

Photocopy reproductions of Santa Barbara County documents (John Pickett), after 1898

Box 3: 10

“John and Euphemia Pickett Family, Goleta Valley 1878-1965” three page genealogy (two copies)

Box 3: 11

Eastwood family information obtained from family bible in possession of Emma K. Simpson

Box 3: 12

Santa Barbara High School diploma, Eugene S. Kellogg, 6/16/1911

Box 3: 13

Santa Barbara High School diploma, Eugene S. Kellogg--leather sleeve, 6/16/1911

Box 3: 14

Student poem, Marjorie Kellogg

Box 3: 15

Pickett-Kellogg Memorial Park, contract with Santa Barbara County, appraisal, map, newspaper clipping, 1963

Box 3: 16

“Plea for a park,” letter to editor (Santa Barbara News Press) by Emma Kellogg Simpson, 5/30/1965

Box 3: 17

Gift deed by Emma to Marjorie of parcels A and B, 6/29/1971

Box 3: 18

Southern Pacific Railroad Depot judgment, 12/17/1981

Box 3: 19

Kellogg Heirs Trust, documents

Box 3: 20

South Kellogg Industrial Center, map, 5/23/1996

Box 3: 21

SKIC, documents

Box 3: 22

Program to memorial service for Marjorie Kellogg, 3/4/2006

 

Series III. Eastwood letters

Box 4: 1

Letters of George John Eastwood 1872 (photocopies of original manuscript plus transcription)

Box 4: 2

Letters of George John Eastwood 1873 (photocopies of original manuscript plus transcription)

Box 4: 3

Letters of George John Eastwood 1874 (photocopies of original manuscript plus transcription)

Box 4: 4

Letters of George John Eastwood 1872-1874 transcribed with forward by Blanche Eastwood Espy, Goleta, California, 1973

Box 4: 5

The Name and Family of Eastwood, compiled by Media Research Bureau, Washington D.C. (pages 1-167)

Box 4: 6

The Name and Family of Eastwood, compiled by Media Research Bureau, Washington D.C (pages 168-351)

Flat Box 9

Eastwood family bible, with inscriptions, 1862

 

Series IV. Smith College

Box 10: 1

MA disstertation, 1951

Box 10: 2

Lydia Rappaport Lectures: Finding Out (pamphlet), 1975

Box 10: 3

Lydia Rappaport Lectures: Finding Out (xerox copy of pamphlet), 1975

Box 10: 4

Vanderbilt Lecture Series, correspondence, 1974

Box 10: 5

Vanderbilt Lecture Series: Love Story II (manuscript), 1975

Box 10: 6

Vanderbilt Lecture Series: Love Story II (two xerox copies of manuscript), 1975

Box 10: 7

Vanderbilt Lecture Series, program, 1975

Box 10: 8

Untitled manuscript of lecture, 1975

Box 10: 9

Oberlin College activities calendar, 1975

 

Series V. Novels

Box 10: 10

Junie Moon, first manuscript (pages 1-145)

Box 10: 11

Junie Moon, first manuscript (pages 146-234)

Box 10: 12

Junie Moon, first manuscript, notes and loose pages

Box 10: 13

Junie Moon, first manuscript (plus six photos)

Box 10: 14

Junie Moon, final manuscript (pages 1-113)

Box 10: 15

Junie Moon, final manuscript (pages 114-235)

Box 11: 1

Junie Moon, uncorrected proofs, spiral bound, two copies, 1968

Box 11: 2

Junie Moon, manuscript, Farrar, Straus, Giroux, (pages 1-90)

Box 11: 3

Junie Moon, manuscript, Farrar, Straus, Giroux, (pages 91-229)

Box 11: 4

Junie Moon, clippings

Box 11: 5

Junie Moon, cover to first edition, 1968

Box 11: 6

Junie Moon, music and lyrics by E.G. Snyder, score and handwritten letter, 1969

Box 11: 7

Junie Moon, contract, Farrar, Straus, Giroux, 1967

Box 11: 8

Junie Moon, royalty statements, Farrar, Straus, Giroux, 1969-1999

Box 11: 9

Junie Moon, correspondence with Farrar, Straus, Giroux, 1967-1969

Box 11: 10

Junie Moon, correspondence with Farrar, Straus, Giroux, 1992-1998

Box 11: 11

Aerial Fiction edition cover and letter, 1993

Flat Box 12: 1

Junie Moon, galley proof [1], 1968

Flat Box 12: 2

Junie Moon, galley proof [2], 1968

Flat Box 13: 1

Junie Moon, galley proof [3], 1968

Flat Box 13: 2

Junie Moon, galley proof [4], 1968

Flat Box 13: 3

Junie Moon, galley proof of intro by Paula Fox to 1986 edition, 1986

Flat Box 14: 1

Lion's Tooth, original manuscript

Flat Box 14: 2

Lion's Tooth, galley, 1972

Box 15: 1

Lion's Tooth, uncorrected proofs, two copies, 1972

Box 15: 2

Lion's Tooth, notes

Box 15: 3

Lion's Tooth, clipping--advertisement

Box 15: 4

Lion's Tooth, contracts, 1972-1973

Box 15: 5

Lion's Tooth, royalty statements, 1972-2000

Box 15: 6

Lion's Tooth, correspondence with with Robert Lantz and Candida Donadio

Box 15: 7

Lion's Tooth, correspondence with Farrar, Straus, Giroux, 1973-1997

Box 15: 8

Aerial Fiction edition covers and correspondence, 1992

Box 15: 9

Sound of Wings, first draft (pages 1-161)

Box 15: 10

Sound of Wings, draft (pages 16-156)

Box 15: 11

Sound of Wings, draft (pages 2-161)

Box 15: 12

Borrowed Finery, by Paula Fox, manuscript with clipping, 1999

 

Series VI. Screenplays

Box 16: 1

Bell Jar, final draft, 1978

Box 16: 2

Bell Jar, contract, 1973

Box 16: 3

Bell Jar, correspondence, expense sheets, 1973-1977

Box 16: 4

Bell Jar, shooting schedule, 1977

Box 16: 5

Bell Jar, clippings, 1979

Box 16: 6

Boy on the Run final polish, 9/27/1979

Box 16: 7

Junie Moon, with handwritten production notes, Sigma Productions/Otto Preminger

Box 16: 8

Junie Moon, correspondence with Writer's Guild, Paramount, Lantz, Donadio, 1969-1978

Box 16: 9

Lion's Tooth, copy 1, 1973

Box 16: 10

Lion's Tooth, copy 2, 1973

Box 17: 1

Lion's Tooth, with handwritten production notes (Tao Films/Preminger)

Box 17: 2

Lion's Tooth, screenplay loose pages

Box 17: 3

Portrait of a Still Life, copy one, plus read through notes, 1993

Box 17: 4

Portrait of a Still Life, copy two, 1993

Box 17: 5

Remember Me, draft

Box 17: 6

Return to Ekbatana, outline

Box 17: 7

Untitled Airport Sequel first draft, 5/1/1982

Box 17: 8

Vested Interest (story for a TV movie), first and second drafts, master

 

Series VII. Musicals

Box 18: 1

The Gravy Train, script

Box 18: 2

Skybound, script, copy one, 5/28/1986

Box 18: 3

Skybound, script, copy two, 5/28/1986

Box 18: 4

Skybound, script, copy three, 5/28/1986

Box 18: 5

Skybound, submissions correspondence, 1986-1988

Box 18: 6

Skybound, Thayer Burch, George Quincy, resumes, 1985-1988

Box 18: 7

Skybound, casting notes

Box 18: 8

Skybound, producers, choreographers, stock lists

Box 18: 9

Skybound, script logs, expense sheet, 1985-1988

Box 18: 10

Skybound, clippings, 1986-1988

Box 18: 11

Windmills in Brooklyn, script, songlist, photograph

Box 18: 12

Windmills, script, revisions, 1991

Box 18: 13

Windmills, script VI-28

Box 18: 14

Windmills, synopsis, treatment, characters, scenes

Box 18: 15

Windmills, lyrics to cassette, eight songs (two copies)

Box 18: 16

Windmills, lyrics and key to cassettes, music index

Box 18: 17

Windmills, literary purchase agreement, 4/28/1983

Box 18: 18

Windmills, correspondence, 1983-1992

Box 18: 19

Windmills, Kellogg, Burch and Quincy agreement, draft and final copy, 1983

Box 18: 20

Windmills, research (clippings, outlines, notes)

Box 18: 21

Windmills, sheet music

 

Series VIII. Plays

Box 19: 1

After You've Gone, script, original manuscript

Box 19: 2

After You've Gone, original script, retired, 6/2/1981

Box 19: 3

After You've Gone, script, June, 1982 version, with contact sheet and notes, 1982

Box 19: 4

After You've Gone, script, Actor's Rep version

Box 19: 5

After You've Gone, production notes in spiral notebook

Box 19: 6

After You've Gone, Actor's Repertory Theater flyers and program

Box 19: 7

After You've Gone, correspondence with Lily Turner, 3/10/1982

Box 19: 8

After You've Gone, contract, 12/8/1982

Box 19: 9

After You've Gone, clippings, reviews, 1982

Box 19: 10

After You've Gone, Patricia Carmichael, resume

Box 19: 11

After You've Gone, George Quincy, Thayer Burch clippings, 1982

Box 19: 12

Mirrors (After You've Gone) script, master, 1992

Box 19: 13

Mirrors (After You've Gone) plus five loose pages of notes

Box 19: 14

Mirrors, script, Ensemble Theatre, 5/6/2002

Box 19: 15

Mirrors, flyer, Ensemble Theatre, 5/6/2002

Box 20: 1

Are We There Yet, treatment for screenplay

Box 20: 2

Are We There Yet, script, first draft, copy 1, 12/7/1979

Box 20: 3

Are We There Yet, script, first draft, copy 2, 12/7/1979

Box 20: 4

Assassin Conspiracy, script, second draft (final), 1/28/1976

Box 20: 5

Cardboard Man, HB Studio, script, 1978

Box 20: 6

Cardboard Man, master, 1997

Box 20: 7

Cardboard Man, script XII - 84 2, 1978

Box 20: 8

Carboard Man, Merry Enterprises Theatre Inc., programs, flyers

Box 20: 9

Cardboard Man, Actor's Studio cast and call sheets, 1986

Box 20: 10

Carboard Man, Actor's Studio rehearsal schedules, 1986

Box 20: 11

Cardboard Man, Actor's studio, Amy's schedule, 1986

Box 20: 12

Cardboard Man, Actor's Studio sound track cues

Box 20: 13

Cardboard Man, Actor's Studio, script log, 1985

Box 20: 14

Cardboard Man, Actor's Studio, prop lists, 1986

Box 20: 15

Cardboard Man, Actor's studio, guest list

Box 20: 16

Cardboard Man, cast and character sheets

Box 20: 17

Cardboard Man, photographs--production stills

Box 20: 18

Carboard Man, H.B. playwrights contract, 1978

Box 20: 19

Carboard Man, music by Marjorie Kellogg

Box 20: 20

Cardboard Man, correspondence, 1977-1978

Box 20: 21

Cardboard Man, clippings

Box 20: 22

Carboard Man, mailing list, 1984

Box 21: 1

Castaway, script, 1996

Box 21: 2

Castaway, Ensemble Theatre Co.contact sheet, 1997

Box 21: 3

Castaway, Ensemble Theatre Co., contract, 2/11/1997

Box 21: 4

Castaway, rehearsal calendar and notes, 1997

Box 21: 5

Castaway, script and production logs

Box 21: 6

Castaway, production notes

Box 21: 7

Castaway, correspondence, Marjorie Kellogg resume

Box 21: 8

Castaway, music

Box 21: 9

Castaway, program, flyer, Marjorie Kellogg bio

Box 21: 10

Castaway, clippings, reveiws, letters to editor

Box 21: 11

Castaway, contract, correspondence with agent, publisher

Box 21: 12

Photographs--"Pix for Castaway"

Box 21: 13

Joanna, Actor's Studio script and schedule, 2/9/1987

Box 21: 14

Joanna, script three, 1987

Box 21: 15

Joanna, Actor's Studio script logs, 1987

Box 21: 16

Joanna, submissions lists, 1987

Box 21: 17

Joanna, submissions correspondence, 1986-1987

Box 21: 18

Joanna, Actor's Studio Cast, 1987

Box 21: 19

By the Light of the Silvery Moon, by Marjorie Kellogg and Elizabeth Stearns, script, master, 11/8/1992

Box 21: 20

By the Light of the Silvery Moon, script, copy one

Box 21: 21

By the Light of the Silvery Moon, script, copy two

Box 21: 22

Silvery Moon, play log

Box 21: 23

Silvery Moon, research and background notes

Box 22: 1

A Likely Place, script, by Marjorie Kellogg and Paula Fox

Box 22: 2

Oldest Trick in the World, script

Box 22: 3

Oldest Trick in the World, program, flyer, Henry Street Settlement Playhouse, 1965

Box 22: 4

Oldest Trick in the World, press release, 1965

Box 22: 5

Oldest Trick in the World, photographs--production stills, 1965

Box 22: 6

Oldest Trick in the World, photographs--production stills, 1965; Infernal Machine

Box 22: 7

Oldest Trick in the World, score, 1965

Box 22: 8

Rain in the Morning (NBC Matinee Theater), script, by Paul Fox and Marjorie Kellogg

Box 22: 9

A Stranger in the Garden, script, by Marjorie Kellogg and Paula Fox

Box 22: 10

The Waiting Game, script, copy one, first draft, 3/17/1996

Box 22: 11

The Waiting Game, script, copy two

Box 22: 12

The Waiting Game, notes and lists of directors

Box 23: 1

Untitled Play, script, first draft, 3/17/1996

Box 23: 2

Script, untitled

Box 23: 3

Script, untitled bound

 

Series IX. Junie Moon (Film, 1970)

Box 23: 4

Clippings re filming [folder 1]

Box 23: 5

Clippings re filming [folder 2]

Box 23: 6

Work orders, 1969

Box 23: 7

Correspondence

Box 23: 8

Tell Me That You Love Me, Junie Moon, by Philip Springer, score, two copies

Box 23: 9

Miscellaneous papers; publicity brochure (Paramount)

Box 23: 10

Photographs-snapshots of Liza Minelli (on set), with note to Marjorie Kellogg

Box 23: 11

Photographs--James Beard, headshot with resume, production stills

Box 23: 12

Photographs--Otto Preminger on set with actors

Box 23: 13

Photographs--Regency marquis in NYC, 1986

Box 23: 14

Photographs--Otto and Erik Preminger, Marjorie Kellogg, in Cannes

Box 23: 15

Photographs--Otto and Erik Preminger, Marjorie Kellogg, in Cannes [negatives]

Flat Box 24

Photographs--59 on set production stills, 11 x 14 inches (including James Beard, James Coco, Ken Howard, Liza Minelli, Robert Moore, Otto Preminger, Fred Williamson

 

Series X. Lion's Tooth (Film)

Box 25: 1

Shooting schedule, day one (scenes 41 and 42)

Box 25: 2

First suggested schedule, 10/9/1975

Box 25: 3

Cast and crew contact sheet

Box 25: 4

Lion's Tooth "promo" production schedule (scenes 41 and 42)

Box 25: 5

Promo sheets, Tao Films

Box 25: 6

Picture budget detail sheets, 1975-1977

Box 25: 7

Correspondence, 1977-1981

Box 25: 8

Photographs--production stills from day one (Betty Buckley, Richard Philpot)

Box 25: 9

Scene list (handwritten)

Box 25: 10

Later correspondence notes, and writer's guild slip, 1990-1994

 

Series XI. General correspondence

Box 25: 11

John Frederick Brown

Box 25: 12

Paula Fox, 1999-2000

Box 25: 13

Paul Gunczler, 1997

Box 25: 14

Heidi Krumland

Box 25: 15

Marjorie Kellogg to her mother, from France and Spain, 1940s

Box 25: 16

re: Marjorie Kellogg papers

Box 25: 17

Robert Lantz, 1974-1988

Box 25: 18

Wilma Leggett, 1973

Box 25: 19

Carson McCullers, 1964

Box 25: 20

David J. Miller

Box 25: 21

William Morrow Co., 1/11/1983

Box 25: 22

Peabody and Arnold, 1987

Box 25: 23

Postcard from Liz, 1989

Box 25: 24

George Quincy, 1/26/1995

Box 25: 25

Devon Raymon

Box 25: 26

Russell and Volkening, 1966

 

Series XII. Miscellaneous

Box 26: 1

Newspaper clipping--Marjorie Kellogg in Spain, 1940s

Box 26: 2

Ms. Magazine-- Lion's Tooth excerpt, 1972

Box 26: 3

McCall's--article by Marjorie Kellogg, 1974

Box 26: 4

Mademoiselle--article by Anne Lamott, 1990

Box 26: 5

Will Hare, photo and clipping

Box 26: 6

Paula Fox, clippings, photograph

Box 26: 7

Libretto to musical remake of Junie Moon,

Box 26: 8

Registration of copyright, claims and notes

Box 26: 9

Research, notes, and treatment for story or screenplay about housing scam

Box 26: 10

Marjorie Kellogg obituary, clippings, 2005

Box 26: 11

State of New York social work certificates

Box 26: 12

Clippings from New Yorker, photos, poems

Box 26: 13

Notebook with short passages of fiction

Box 26: 14

Letter of recommendation for Marjorie Kellogg--Otto Preminger, 10/26/1976

Box 26: 15

Materials from folder labelled "research bibliography"

Box 26: 16

Notes and and fragments for story based on lost woman of Nantucket

Box 26: 17

Notes and fragments for play

Box 26: 18

Idea for play

Box 26: 19

Database entry for Marjorie Kellogg and resumes

Box 26: 20

Unidentifiable loose notes

Box 26: 21

Church or grave rubbing in Presbyterian Medical Center envelope

Flat Box 27

Junie Moon scrapbook including reviews of book, photos, with inscription "For De, Her First Novel, Mother"

Flat Box 28: 1

Diploma, University of the State of New York, Education Dept. Certified Social Worker, 1966

Flat Box 28: 2

Junie Moon, cover overlays, 1968

Flat Box 28: 3

Santa Barbara News Press, Scene, World Premier of Castaway 5/16/1997

Flat Box 28: 4

Junie Moon, cover, cardboard display 12 X 16.5, 1968

Flat Box 29

After You've Gone, t-shirt

Flat Box 29

Castaway, t-shirt

Box 30

6 floppy disks: Castaway, Cardboard Man, Vested Interest, Waiting Game, 1997-1998

 

Series XIV. Posters

Drawer 21-18

Junie Moon "A popular library book" poster

 

Series XV. Audio and visual recordings

Audio A21358/CS

Cardboard Man Soundtrack, Actor's Studio, George Quincy1986

Audio A21359/CS

Cardboard Man work tape

Audio A21360/CS

Windmills in Brooklyn eight songs

Audio A21361/CS

Windmills in Brooklyn full score

Audio A21362/CS

Castaway Early Recording

Audio A21363/CS

Bye Bye Blues Quincy Renditions, side three (Final) Chess

Audio A21408/CS

Junie Moon, Act One, songs by John Frederick Brown

Audio A21412/CS

Notes from Yanna on story, 1/5/1994

Audio A21413/CS

Joanna 1. Boom, 2. Explosion

Audio A21364/R7

Music and sound for The smile of the Carboard Man, Actor's Studio, 1980

Audio A21365/R7

Joanna, music track, master

Audio A21414/R7

Basic score to Oldest trick in the world, music by Bruce Prince Joseph

Audio A21415/R7

Oldest trick sound recording

Audio A21416/R7

Oldest trick sound recording

Visual V4744/VHS

The Bell Jar

Visual V4745/VHS

Tell Me That You Love Me, Junie Moon

Visual V4746/VHS

Like The Lion's Tooth, Print 1, Togg Films Inc.

Visual V4747/F1

The Lion's Tooth (10 min, 16 mm color), Marjorie Kellogg, Tao Productions

Visual V4748/F1

Lion's Tooth, "To Betty Buckley" [copy 1]

Visual V4749/F1

Lion's Tooth, "To Betty Buckley" [copy 2]

Visual V4750/F1

Lion's Tooth 16 mm composite, M. Kellogg, Tao Films