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APPENDIX - Notes/Research (Box 8, f.17 - Box 14, f.14)


  • Acting
  • Activities and Adjustments
  • The Actor
  • Advertising
  • Africa
  • Agitator Son
  • Airline Hostess Play
  • The American Guy
  • American Revolution
  • Americana
  • Anti-Nazi
  • Army and Navy
  • Art See: Books and the Arts
  • Articles and Speeches (3f.)**
  • The Artist in Two Civilizations
  • The Artist, the Prophet, etc.
  • Atomic See: Five Scientists
  • Aunt and Uncle (4f.)
  • Baby Play
  • Bagatelles
  • Beau John See: The American Guy
  • Beethoven
  • Bette [Grayson Odets]
  • Birthdays
  • The Bitch's Tale
  • Black Market Play
  • Black Sea Fighters
  • Blizzard Men See also: Sextet
  • The Blue Rider See: April Shower
  • Books and the Arts
  • Bourgeois
  • Broadway Types
  • Burlesque
  • Burr, Aaron
  • Caesar
  • Camille See also: Negroes
  • Camp Tiogo Play
  • Cancer
  • Carmen Jones
  • Casting (2f.)
  • Catholics
  • Charlie
  • The Charterhouse of Parma See:
  • Children
  • Child's Lincoln See also:
  • Cinema
  • C.I.O.
  • Civil War
  • The Cold War See: Duo Play
  • Columbus, Christopher
  • Columns
  • Communists
  • Composers
  • The Corn is Green See: Story Outlines
  • Cowboy
  • Creativity
  • Crime
  • Crime Play
  • Cuba
  • Current
  • Dark Companion
  • Darwin
  • Dead Souls (3f.)
  • The Death of My Mother
  • De Kruif Play
  • Democracy Play See: The
  • Destroyer
  • Diary (Girl's)
  • Diplomacy
  • Disasters of Nature
  • Doc Cook
  • Dope
  • Draft Board
  • Drunkard Mother
  • Duo Play
  • Elizabeth & Essex
  • Embezzler
  • Episodes
  • An Errand for Uncle (5f.)
  • Etudes
  • European Types
  • Evangelists
  • Faces
  • Fairy Tales
  • Family Type
  • Farmer's Hotel
  • Father and Child
  • Fathers and Sons
  • Fisher Island Play
  • Fishing Boat
  • Fitzgerald, F. Scott
  • Five Scientists
  • A Flag for Feinberg
  • French Revolution
  • Full Length Plays (4f.)
  • The Game
  • Garfield, John (incl. 4 photos) (2f.)
  • General Notes (3f.)
  • Germans
  • Gershwin, George (incl. 5
  • Girl Against City
  • Grant, Cary
  • Grant, Ulysses S
  • Handwriting (6f.)
  • Haydn
  • Heine Play
  • Hines Trial
  • Hoff
  • Hollywood
  • Hollywood Types
  • Hostess Play
  • House Committee on
  • I Heard the Music Start
  • Idiot Child Play
  • Imposters
  • Improvisations
  • Japanese
  • Jesus
  • Joan of Arc
  • Joe Smith - Louse
  • Julie Movie
  • Kapell, William See: Souvenirs
  • Klee (incl. photo of Klee?) (2f.)
  • Knocked Up
  • L.J. [Louis J. Odets]
  • Labor Struggles
  • Lady Into Fox
  • Larry and Barry
  • Latin America
  • Lincoln (2f.)
  • The Lincoln Guard
  • Lindbergh
  • Lines
  • Literature See: Shakespeare
  • Live an' Learn
  • Live and Let Live
  • London, Jack
  • The Lost Country See: Story Outlines
  • Love in the West
  • Luise [Rainer]
  • McSorley's Wonderful Bar See:
  • Manon Lescaut
  • Marriage and Divorce
  • Marx Brothers
  • Mayor of Rising Sun
  • Medicine
  • Melbourne & Victoria
  • Memorial Day (2f.)
  • Mercy Killing
  • Mexico See: Latin America
  • Middle Class
  • Modern Hero
  • Modern Images
  • Moi (2f.)
  • Money
  • Monologues
  • The Moth
  • Mother and Son See:
  • Movie Ideas (2f.)
  • Movie Technique
  • Mozart
  • Murder Play
  • Music
  • My Side of the Street See:
  • Mystery Writing
  • Negro Play See: The Stadium
  • Negroes See also: Camille
  • The New April
  • New Trial Play
  • The Night the Moon Fell
  • Novel
  • Objective Burma See: An
  • Odets, Bette Grayson
  • Oil Play
  • Painting
  • Personal Notes (11f.)
  • Philadelphia Play
  • Playwrighting
  • Pleasant Dreams See: April
  • Poems
  • Politicians and Politics
  • Poor John See: The
  • The Prince
  • Private Treaty
  • Production Plans
  • Project Twinkle
  • Projects
  • Psychology (2f.)
  • Quartet Play
  • Rainer, Luise See: Luise
  • Reactionary
  • Refugees
  • Renoir, Jean
  • Reprisal
  • Robespierre
  • Romantics
  • Romeo & Juliet
  • Rose, Billy
  • Ruralism
  • [Russia]
  • Sacco & Vanzetti
  • [Sailors]
  • St. Paul
  • Sand, George
  • Satiric Comedy
  • Saul & David
  • Scenery
  • Scenes (3f.)
  • School Play See: Suicide
  • Science and Society See:
  • Selective Service See:
  • 783 Beck Street
  • Sextet See also: The
  • The Shadow
  • Shakespeare
  • The Shark
  • Short Plays (2f.)
  • Short Stories (2f.)
  • Siggie and Anna
  • The Sleeping Prince See:
  • Smog
  • Social Satire
  • Social Types
  • Society
  • Soldiers
  • Son of Liberty See: The
  • Souvenirs
  • Sports
  • The Stadium
  • Steele Mountain
  • Stock Actress Play
  • Stockholder
  • Story Outlines:
    1. The Charterhouse of Parma
    2. The Corn is Green
    3. The Lost Country
    4. The Sleeping Prince
  • Strange Hunt
  • Strike Breaking
  • Suicide Play
  • Sweepstakes Play
  • Symbols
  • Talks
  • Tante and Uncle See:
  • Taylor, Fred Winslow
  • The Team
  • [Telephone Company]
  • That Old Girl of Mine Play
  • Theatre
  • They Came to Cordura
  • Third Party Play
  • Titles (4f.)
  • Tolstoy
  • [Transportation Research]
  • Tristan Play
  • TV Personalities
  • TV Show
  • Two Crooks Play
  • Two Sides
  • Two X Play (Marriage)
  • Types
  • USO Radio
  • Unveiling of the Stone
  • Valse Triste See: The
  • Van Gogh
  • Veblen
  • Verdi
  • Wagner, Richard
  • Wald, Jerry
  • War (3f.)
  • War Vets Home Play
  • The Way They Are
  • Welcome to the City
  • Whitman, Walt (incl. photo
  • Whore
  • Wilson, Woodrow
  • The Winter Journey
  • Wolfe, Thomas
  • Woman with Child
  • Writers
  • X [Characters] (8f.)
**Articles and speeches (3f.):
  • Dear John Mason Brown,... 1948
  • Collected Plays of Sean O'Casey 1-23-50
  • A Commonplace of the Day (re: J. Edward Bromberg) 12-7-51
  • Cultural & Scientific Conference on World Peace, 3-27-49 (speech)
  • From a Steady Reader and a Steady Bleeder 1941? or 1942?
  • The Genesis of a Play 1-21-42
  • Harry Bridges & the Piggy 3-23-45
  • Here in Carl Sandburg is a writer,...[first line] 9-21-60 (speech)
  • Ibsen and Wagner...[first line] 1946
  • Kopman (foreword)
  • Like Joe Bromberg, I too was impressed...[first line] 4-21-49 (speech)
  • Money-raising speech [for Democratic party] 9-60
  • On Broadway, Off Broadway 4-19-61 (speech at UCLA)
  • On Returning Home 7-21
  • Our Country and Our Culture (not by Odets?)
  • A Statement Concerning the Present Trial of the Twelve Communist Leaders 10-27-49
  • Theatre Advancing 1940?
  • This little piece...Thomas Wolfe's high gifts,...[first line] n.d.
  • Two Approaches to the Writing of a Play As printed in Sunday Times 4-22-51
  • Willem de Kooning, the Painter 2-26-61
  • Why Be a Writer? 5-20-60 (speech at UCLA)
  • Misc. notes

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