Correspondence with Theodore Dreiser, 1912-1933.

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Booth, Franklin, 1874-1948. Correspondence with Theodore Dreiser, 1912-1933.

Correspondence with Theodore Dreiser, 1912-1933.

Contains correspondence from Theodore Dreiser to Beatrice Booth, wife of Franklin Booth. Also contains a working plan of John Howard Lawson's dramatization of Sister Carrie, 1928, sent for comment by Dreiser to Booth.

47 items (111 leaves).

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Booth, Franklin, 1874-1948

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Booth, Beatrice.

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Lawson, John Howard, 1894-1977

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John Howard Lawson (1894-1977) was a writer, and head of the Hollywood division of the American Communist Party. Lawson was born in New York City, New York in 1894. After studying at Williams College, he became a successful playwright. In 1928, Lawson moved to Hollywood where he wrote scripts for films such as The Ship for Shanghai, Bachelor Apartment, and Goodbye Love. In 1933, Lawson joined with Lester Cole and Samuel Ornitz to establish the Screen Writers Guild and was the organization's firs...