Rex Stout papers
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Curtis Brown Ltd.
BIOGHIST REQUIRED Incorporated the literary agencies of Willis Kingsley Wing and Collins-Knowlton-Wing, Inc., and others, and was closely associated with the English agencies of Curtis Brown Ltd. (London) and A.P. Watt & Son. From the guide to the Curtis Brown, Ltd. Records, 1914-2006., (Columbia University Rare Book and Manuscript Library, ) Lady Isabella Augusta (Persse) Gregory was an Irish playwright, director, producer, poet, folklorist, translator and historian, co...
Writers' War Board
Non-governmental organization with headquarters in New York, N.Y. From the description of Writers' War Board records, 1941-1945. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 70981975 The Writers' War Board aimed to utilize writers' talents to support the war effort; it was based in New York City. Stout was the organization's chair; and Komroff was chair of its Foreign Writers' Committee. From the description of Correspondence to Franz Werfel, 1942, 1943. (University of Pennsyl...
Pyramid Publications, Inc.
Screen Writers' Guild
Nolan signed the receipt on behalf of the Screen Writers' Guild. From the description of Correspondence to Franz Werfel, 1942. (University of Pennsylvania Library). WorldCat record id: 155864451 ...
McAleer, John J., 1923-2003
John J. McAleer was born in Cambridge, Massachusetts on August 29, 1923 to Stephen Ambrose McAleer and Helen (Collins) McAleer. He received his bachelor's degree from Boston College in 1945 after taking time off mid-degree to serve in the Army in China, Burma, and India during World War II. He worked briefly in politics on the first John F. Kennedy campaign before returning to Boston College for his master’s degree in 1947. He went on to earn a doctorate in English from Harvard in 1955. He recei...
Freedom House (U.S.)
Freedom House was established in 1941 as a non-profit, non-partisan democratic challenge to the Braunhaus in Munich, a center for Nazi propaganda. It physically merged several anti-isolationism organizations, including Committee to Defend America by Aiding the Allies and Fight for Freedom, while allowing them to remain administratively autonomous. Acting from its headquarters in the Willkie Memorial Building, Freedom House functioned as a clearinghouse, coordinator, radi...
Huebsch was vice president and chief editor at Viking Press in New York City. Viking became the publisher of Franz Werfel's works in English translation around 1935. Griesser was at Viking Press and wrote on Huebsch's behalf. Medinz was in the copyright dept. at Viking. McClure, Allen and Bradette all wrote letters to Viking Press concerning Werfel's novel The Song of Bernadette: McClure wrote a fan letter with a question that Huebsch forwarded to Werfel; Allen was requesting permission for use ...
Farrar and Rhinehart.
Radio Writers Guild
The Radio Writers Guild (RWG) was founded in 1937, as a subordinate organization to the Authors League of America, Inc. Its purpose was to protect the literary rights of staff writers on radio shows and networks, and freelance radio writers. It was a sister guild to the Dramatists Guild, the Authors Guild, and the (later and briefly conceived) Television Writers Guild. (The Screen Writers Guild was not under the jurisdiction of the Authors League.). The RWG m...
Writers Board for World Government