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- Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library 90
- Manuscripts and Archives 31
- Robert B. Haas Family Arts Library Special Collections 12
- Yale Center for British Art, Rare Books and Manuscripts 6
- Lewis Walpole Library 1
- Theater -- United States 33
- Photographs 31
- Photographic prints 26
- Theater programs 26
- Theater 21
- Audiovisual materials 18
- Scrapbooks 15
- Authors, American -- 20th Century -- Archives 13
- Playbills 13
- Scripts (documents) 13
- Actors -- United States 12
- Dramatists 12
- Theater -- Production and direction 12
- Authors 11
- College theater 11
- LGBTQ resource 11
- Theatrical producers and directors -- United States 11
- American drama -- 20th Century 10
- Set designers -- United States 10
- Theater -- Production and direction -- United States 10 ∧ less
- French 6
- German 6
- Spanish; Castilian 3
- Russian 2
- Hungarian 1
- Yale School of Drama 19
- Yale University 19
- O'Neill, Eugene, 1888-1953 8
- Yale Repertory Theatre 8
- Van Vechten, Carl, 1880-1964 6
- Crawford, Jack Randall, 1878- 4
- Fontanne, Lynn, 1887-1983 4
- Jones, Robert Edmond, 1887-1954 4
- Stein, Gertrude, 1874-1946 4
- Theatre Guild 4
- Thomson, Virgil, 1896-1989 4
- Wescott, Glenway, 1901-1987 4
- Yale University Press 4
- Yale University. Dramatic Association 4
- Barrie, J. M. (James Matthew), 1860-1937 3
- Barry, Philip, 1896-1949 3
- Coward, Noel, 1899-1973 3
- Craig, Edward Gordon, 1872-1966 3
- Garrick, David, 1717-1779 3
- Hayes, Helen, 1900-1993 3 ∧ less
- Storage location
- Stored offsite 67
- Stored onsite and offsite 56
- Stored onsite 17
Autograph manuscript letters, signed, of Janet Achurch and Charles Charrington and their correspondents. Letters concern: casting of theatrical productions; investing in theatrical projects; Charrington's involvement in the Fabian Society; and other professional and domestic topics. Correspondents include Harley Granville-Barker, William Poel, and Kate Santley. Also included is a booking sheet for the Vaudeville Theatre, London, circa 1880.
The Frank Poole Bevan Papers consist of theater costume designs, set designs, photographs, and other material documenting the work of Frank Poole Bevan. The papers provide evidence of Bevan's career as a designer and faculty member in the Yale School of Drama. The papers illuminate Bevan's creative life and are useful for studying the history of American costume design in the mid twentieth century.
Chiefly an autograph collection of approximately three hundred letters, two United States Navy Department letterbooks (1873-1876), photographs, drawings, and a small amount of F. C. C. Boyd's financial papers. Most of the items are American, although several are European, including one signed by Pope Urban VIII. Major topics covered by the colletion include numismatics, the theater, and the United States Navy.
This collection contains correspondence, writings, photographs, posters, puppets, printed material, personal papers, realia, and other materials created by or relating to the life and work of Lee Breuer.
British Theatrical and Literary Prints is a collection of eighteenth- and nineteenth-century engravings and etchings depicting scenes and characters from 267 plays and stories by 112 authors that were published in England and Ireland during those two centuries. The prints are generally small in format—octavo or quarto in size—and most were extracted from publications.
Plays, cinema scenarios, correspondence, notes, clippings and reviews of Mrs. W.K. Clifford, d. 1929 (also known as Lucy Clifford and John Inglis).
The papers consist of correspondence, subject files, articles, speeches, book reviews, and material on the Yale School of Drama, including Cole's course notes, production notes, reports, financial papers and slides of productions. The subject files are of particular interest for the material from the early days of television, ca. 1948. Cole's work as a theater consultant is shown in the blue prints and other material prepared for theaters in Dresden, Malmo, Philadelphia and Stanford.
The collection consists of correspondence, including letters from Kay Boyle, Donald Gallup, Robert Haas, Marcel Marceau and the artist Henry Miller; photographs; clippings; printed material; sound recordings; and manuscripts relating to the production of Nancy Cole's one-woman show, Gertrude Stein's Gertrude Stein, and other projects, including One of Each.
Photographic prints and clippings relating to English and American Drama as collected by Jack Randall Crawford, the staff of the Drama Library, and others.