Papers of Eugene O'Neill [manuscript], 1918-1947.

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O'Neill, Eugene, 1888-1953. Papers of Eugene O'Neill [manuscript], 1918-1947.

Papers of Eugene O'Neill [manuscript], 1918-1947.

Collection includes typescripts of "Beyond the horizon" and "Screenews of war" and an uncorrected proof of "A moon for the misbegotten." In a series of letters, 1922-1929, O'Neill writes to Harold de Polo concerning family matters, the Provincetown Players, his illnesses, his travels in the Far East, the breakup of his second marriage to Agnes Boulton O'Neill and his plans to marry Carlotta Monterey. O'Neill also discusses his plays, "The Emperor Jones," The straw," "The hairy ape," "Strange interlude," "Lazarus laughed," and "Dynamo." In a letter, ca. 1927, O'Neill writes to Agnes Boulton O'Neill re finances, purchase of a house, Arthur Hopkin's production of "Burlesque," the New York theatre and his hopes that "Strange interlude" will be chosen for Book of the Month.

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