Edmond Pauker papers, 1923-1959.


Edmond Pauker papers, 1923-1959.

Collection consists of Pauker's personal and business papers.

42 linear feet (44 boxes)





SNAC Resource ID: 6751758

New York Public Library System, NYPL

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Organizational History President Franklin D. Roosevelt established the Works Progress Administration (WPA) in 1935 as a part of his New Deal to curtail the Depression's effects on the United States. The WPA attempted to provide the unemployed with jobs that allowed individuals to preserve skills or talents. The Federal Writers' Project (FWP), one branch of the WPA, provided work for over 6,600 unemployed writers, journalists, edit...

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Pauker, Edmond, approximately 1880-1962

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Hungarian-born literary agent and play broker in New York who represented European, especially Hungarian, playwrights, as well as some American writers. From the description of Edmond Pauker Manuscripts, ca. 1920-1940. (Columbia University In the City of New York). WorldCat record id: 320409282 Edmond Pauker, a Hungarian-born literary agent and play broker in New York, N.Y., represented European, especially Hungarian, playwrights, as well as some American authors. Pauker die...

Benoit-Lévy, Jean, 1888-1959.

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Bohem, Endre, 1900-1990

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Pauker, Yolan.

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Vajda, Ernest, 1887-1954

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Ernest Vajda (born Ernő Vajda; 27 May 1886 in Komárno, Austria-Hungary, today Slovakia – 3 April 1954 in Woodland Hills, California) was a Hungarian actor, playwright, and novelist, but is more famous today for his screenplays. He co-wrote the screenplay for the film Smilin' Through (1932), based on the hit play by Jane Cowl and Jane Murfin. Vajda also wrote the screenplay for the first film version of Rudolph Besier's The Barretts of Wimpole Street (1934). ...


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Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, a leading American film production company, was established in 1924, an amalgam of three older production companies: Metro Pictures Corporation, Goldwyn Pictures Corporation and Louis B. Mayer Pictures, and was under the corporate control of the exhibiting concern, Loew's Inc. From the guide to the Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer films and personalities scrapbooks, 1920-1944, (The New York Public Library. Billy Rose Theatre Division.) Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM), the ...

Puffy, Charles H.

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Herczec, Geza.

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Csergo, Hugo

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Bús-Fekete, László, 1896-1971

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Bús-Fekete was a dramatist who wrote an English-language stage version of Franz Werfel's novel Der veruntreute Himmel (Embezzled Heaven) and wrote a dramatization of Werfel's novel Der Abituriententag. Pauker and Guggenheim acted as literary agents for Alma Mahler; Bermann Fischer was Franz Werfel's publisher; Fay was listed as a co-writer with Bús-Fekete on the dramatization of Werfel's novel Der veruntreute Himmel (Embezzled Heaven) and was a signer on a contract with Herzog Filmverein; the ...

Shubert Theatre Corporation.

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Molnar, Ferenc.

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Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corporation.

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American distribution and production corporation of motion pictures. From the description of Pressbooks, 1977-1978. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 122391955 American film producing and distributing corporation formed by the merger of two companies in the early half of the century. In 1915 William Fox began the Fox Film Corporation; and in 1925, he bought controlling interest in the then largest theater in the world, the Roxy Theater of New York, N.Y. The Roxy boasted a seati...

Biró, Lajos, 1880-1948

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Baum, Vicki, 1888-1960

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Novelist. Works by Vicki Baum include GRAND HOTEL, SECRET SENTENCE, HELENE, MEN NEVER KNOW, THE SHIP AND THE SHORE, MARION ALIVE, THE WEEPING WOOD, DANGER FROM DEER, and HEADLESS ANGEL. From the description of Vicki Baum papers, 1929-1953. (University at Albany). WorldCat record id: 84085248 Born (1888) and raised in Vienna, Vicki Baum first published stories as a teenager but then focused on musical studies at the Vienna Conservatory, where she made her profess...

Miklos, Vitez.

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Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.

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Szirmai, Albert

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Révész, Ferenc.

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Korda, Alexander, Sir, 1893-1956

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Pauker, Honora.

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Herzmansky, Bernard.

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Paramount Pictures Corporation (1914-1927)

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