Jay Presson Allen:
A Container List of Her Papers at the Harry Ransom Center
|Allen, Jay Presson, 1922-2006
|Jay Presson Allen Papers
|56 boxes (25 linear feet)
|The Jay Presson Allen Papers include screenplay and play script drafts for film, theater, and television productions including Cabaret, The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie, The Verdict, Prince of the City, A Chorus Line, and Family. Personal and legal papers as well as photographs, galley proofs, and newspaper clippings are also present in the collection.
|Film Collection FI-00002
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|Jay Presson Allen Papers (Film Collection FI-00002). Harry Ransom Center, The University of Texas at Austin.
|The Lewis M. Allen Papers at the Ransom Center contain the papers of Allen's husband, film and theater producer Lewis M. Allen, as well as additional materials created by or related to Jay Presson Allen.