Vincent J. Donehue papers 1946-1965

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Vincent J. Donehue papers, 1946-1965

Vincent J. Donehue papers 1946-1965

Donehue was a director working primarily for the New York stage and television in the 1950s and 1960s. He also directed two films in Hollywood. The collection includes personal correspondence; production files containing notes, letters, partial scripts, cast lists, contracts and financial papers; complete scripts, many for television shows; clippings of reviews; and a few manuscripts and photographs.

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