Correspondence of John Daniel Cooke, 1927-1941.

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Cooke, John D. (John Daniel). Correspondence of John Daniel Cooke, 1927-1941.

Correspondence of John Daniel Cooke, 1927-1941.

The collection contains correspondence between Cooke and several American and English authors and artists. Most of the correspondence concerns Cooke's attempts to find speakers for the University of Southern California's Phi Beta Kappa and Epsilon Phi lectures. Some of the correspondence also focuses on the connections between literature and film as Cooke taught a class on screenwriting and was actively interested in the field.

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