Delmer Daves papers, 1930-1965.


Delmer Daves papers, 1930-1965.

Correspondence, play and film scripts, treatments of novels, adaptations, drafts, lists, photographs, diagrams, and working papers covering Daves' career in the motion picture industry in Hollywood (1930-1965). Correspondents include leading figures in the industry.

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