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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

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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

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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

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Identifier: M025
Overview Benjamin Draper (1907-1980) was a professor of Broadcast Communications at San Fransisco State College, during which he returned to DU for a PhD in theatre. Draper also spent time as assistant to Ida Kruse McFarlane and Anne Evans at the Central City Festival in th 1930s. 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...
Dates: 1964