Papers, 1912-1974 (inclusive). 1940-1960 (bulk).


Paulson, Arvid. Papers, 1912-1974 (inclusive). 1940-1960 (bulk).

Papers, 1912-1974 (inclusive). 1940-1960 (bulk).

Series I, Correspondence, includes copies of letters to Harriet Bosse, whose correspondence with Strindberg was translated by Paulson; correspondence with Bobker Ben-Ali regarding the Pasadena Playhouse production of Strindberg's The Great Highway; and letters from theatrical and literary notables such as Lillian Gish, William Saroyan, Lowell Thomas, H. L. Mencken, Carlotta O'Neill, and publishers Blanche and Alfred Knopf. Series II, Manuscripts, includes Paulson's Ibsen and Strindberg translations, as well as other translations or writings. Series III, Printed Material, is divided into five subseries: Subseries A contains Arvid Paulson's published articles and translations of writings about Strindberg or his work. Subseries B contains published articles about Strindberg by other people; Subseries C contains printed programs, playbills, photographs and memorabilia relating to productions of Strindberg's plays and to Arvid Paulson's career as both actor and translator; Subseries D contains galley proofs of Paulson's books; and Subseries E contains legal and over-sized printed material.

8 linear feet.

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