A Container List of His Papers at the Harry Ransom Center
|Apstein, Theodore, 1918-1998
|Theodore Apstein Papers
|105 document boxes (44.1 linear feet)
|Screenplays, playscripts, short stories, correspondence, and other materials document the career of writer Theodore Apstein. Apstein was a graduate of the University of Texas at Austin's Department of Drama who wrote scripts for theater, television, and film productions, and taught playwriting at several universities.
|Film Collection FI-00003
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|Theodore Apstein Papers (Film Collection FI-00003). Harry Ransom Center, The University of Texas at Austin.
|Kevin O'Sullivan, 2010 Folder descriptions were transcribed from a printed list generated by a database no longer in use. Alphanumeric identifiers in the container list (for example, TAF101.001) refer to that database.
|This collection contains several boxes of materials from television producer Michael Zinberg. The Ransom Center's Michael Zinberg Papers contain additional scripts and production materials created or collected by Zinberg.