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Manuscripts

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 78 Collections and/or Records:

'A Salute to Central City' - A Public Service Television Program, 1958 August 11

 File
Identifier: M123.02.0094.0003
Overview Script for the public service television program concerning the production '...And Perhaps Happiness,' written by Thomas Hornsby Ferrill in 'A Salute to Central City' which aired from 9:30-100 pm on August 11, 1958 on station KLZ-TV, channel 7, in Denver, Colorado. Show produced by Richard E. Cook of the California Academy of Sciences, Staged by James Edvon of KLZ-TV, and directed by Jack Carver, KLZ-TV.
Dates: 1958 August 11

''And Perhaps Happiness'' - Manuscript, 1

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Identifier: M123.02.0027.0003

''And Perhaps Happiness'' - Manuscript, 2

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Identifier: M123.02.0027.0004

''And Perhaps Happiness'' - Manuscript, 3

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Identifier: M123.02.0027.0005

''And Perhaps Happiness'' - Manuscript, 4

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Identifier: M123.02.0027.0006

''And Perhaps Happiness'' - Revised Manuscript, 1

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Identifier: M123.02.0027.0001
Overview Revised manuscript of the opera ''And Perhaps Happiness''
Dates: 1958

''And Perhaps Happiness'' - Revised Manuscript, 2

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Identifier: M123.02.0027.0002
Overview Revised manuscript of the opera ''And Perhaps Happiness''
Dates: 1958

'...And Perhaps Happiness' 1958 Master Copy of All Drafts, 1958

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Identifier: M123.02.0094.0004
Overview Bound book with red cover (11 x 8 x 2) containing all drafts, revisions, and coorespondence concerning the 1958 Central City Opera House production of '...And Perhaps Happiness.' between Thomas Hornsby Ferrill and Reginald Lawrence.
Dates: 1958

Arthur A. Wright Papers

 Collection
Identifier: M228
Scope and Contents Manuscript of "The Civil War in the Southwest" and "Colonel John P. Slough and the New Mexico Campaign" Preliminary study on Otto Mears, never published
Dates: 1953-1969

Benjamin Draper Manuscript

 Collection
Identifier: M025
Overview

The Benjamin Draper Manuscript is titled "A Preliminary Tabulation of Colorado Theatre Structures 1859 - 1900 and An Outline of a Four-Part Comprehensive Study The Colorado Theatre 1859-1900, prepared by Benjamin Draper as a Graduate Study Project, University of California, Berkeley under Professor Garff B. Wilson, Department of Dramatic Arts, 1964.

Dates: 1964