Correspondence : with Theodore Dreiser, 1926-1936.


Correspondence : with Theodore Dreiser, 1926-1936.

Separate from the alphabetical correspondence files are Hays' case files pertaining to the legal cases he handled for Dreiser. These are: The "Genius" case, folder 7050, and the cases with Paramount, folders 7051-7056. The added entries below pertain to these cases.

316 items (490 leaves + 17 legal briefs)



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